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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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33 NOHTHWE5T ARKANSAS TIMIS. Foy.ttevlll.. Arktfntot. Friday, May 9, 1952 Eisenhower Gaining Strength In West Virginia FALSE ALARM, BUT FIREMAN 7INNED UNDER TRUCK · Charleston. W. Vn.-i/T'l - Snnir· Aepulilir:in U*.vJrr;- fnrndlv m ih'- president is! nnni!n;i!;nn of Srn;i- ttm Trfft R-O)u.ii ("inrrrtp'l tn'Uv thai Gen. n^urM :v K::.'nhf-.vrr has bPtn pruiiinr ··irrn^ifj in \Vc: I Yircinia Ihr I;M fr-.v r;:r-. Even Ihr mnf( oj'Mirvi.'lH' firmm;; the general's Iw-krr;-. hnu-rvrr. nmt no nmrr tlinn :-i\ ni M vc-r; rjclpga'rr in prfnj^tnn; the nul- come of Tuv.d;i V pnunry r|cr- t4on balloting in this MM^, West Virginia will rh«.m-r .. Ifi- msn riflf-Rnfinn 'c ihr- K^p'iHif.'in con* en i inn m th" luf-M'irniul prcfcvcnr-r pripi.ii-. T)ir ! ipiTin- lirals will elect 2f» dflf-alf-. including Ifi rlrlr'pnK-:--;i!-l,iri;r with 4 half-vote f*arh In a dun] \ "tmi ii'mii^r?. ihi: addr. up lo ?() flf!rp;itr:- Virtually mn nf i!v Dcinncrni^ has rxpriv-rn! any f;n nnti.'.m *mnr,£ the fr p -rrai *-;inrhrl;itor Thf Eir-rnhov/r-r hnnm jf» -VjpyH ' most nf ihc Hepulilir^i] c/indirhilr-f inlo !· · sii'^ ;i puMif rniTimilmfMt On Ihrir profcrnifc nlhrr fur T;)ft 4 CHILDREN, MAN KILLED IN FIRE RADIO TV SERVICE lotett TV Toil Equipment 24-Hour Service TRLSTATE SALES CO. 320 W. Dkluon Phon. 513 PRICES ARE BORN HERE AND RAISED ELSEWHERE Open Each Evening 'Til 9 C«m» wl utt brawn (round. ··ly term. Duty pirk!ni. 1 H Or».n Slimpi. HILTON BROS. DRIVE-IN FURNITURE Hiwiy Tl N*rlh V^HJ HOLDING A FLOPPY DOLL, flrcmnn Frank Grlcsbnck Htanda amid 1 rharrcd nuns of what wus a ;wo-ntory frame IHHJKC in Do^utn, N. J. The doll belonged to 'J-ycnr-old twins, Janet and Joyce I'aiton, killed In (he lire along with ststcri Claire. U. and Eileen, 6, and an overnight visitor. Bernard Nelson. GO. if Hoboken, N. J. The children's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John I'aUon, and a son, John, Jr., escaped ( Internal ionul, 1 The primitiv* name for Stras-l BOWL FOR PLEAEUHJK bourg, Germany, was "Stratis-. Jim Rnnton BowUne Lanes-- Adv. ''Town- j ~-- ,·;.·-.:,: 'T.-r"-^-.- 7 · . . . - . = j ' , , hurpurn" which means on-the-Routes." The fir^l nominating ronvcntinn , in U. S party history chose A n - ' drew Jackson by acclamation jn Italy's first nuiomobite factory was npcncd in 18f)^. Men hrralhr n h n n t 425 cubic feet of air in 24 hours. Used by thousands tn reducing diets -- Junto's Roman Meal oread. 11-19-lf | GRADE A DAIRY BARNS NO MONEY DOWN 36 Months to Repay loon DYKE LUMBER CO. 309 St. Charln HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery P. o. B« in or Telephone 3129 Fayvtteville, Arkansas WHO FSXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving Yob 20 Years SMITH RADIO SHOP ARROW POINTS to fireman Raymond Hancy. 21, pinned turned ^pcrilm^ to a lire alarm-- \\hirh was false. Firo as othcra bend to give Jirst aid. He was hospitalized with under a Northiakr, ·mrn strain to push broken pelvis. III., fire t h e h r a v y (luiinlu truck which over* vehicle off of him fir Ki.H.'Mhowpr iiftin c.'indidat r'.iin-rft Ki-Tihowpr Kiinpurtprs, 31 ! are m I he Tatt camp and nric has nc'-'tii'-rl In (akc a stand. ' Wntp-in candidate. 1 ; will have nn official ircoirmtinn umkr West Virninifi clcrtinn laws. I Thr Eirpnhowcr fnrcpy have IIPPP whippiing up final week Ihijsiasm wilh a succession nf sppfihors. Including former nation- Of Ihf 43 Ropiili- '. ;il Rt*|)iiMir.in rii;iifni;m Hugh 13 ;irc self-pro- ; Smit of Ppnns.vlvania. ' Scntl spnkf in \Vhrrl in i. ihr nichi \trfnro a major iidrlrcss in t h a t rity hy T a f t . The ··pnalnr |i,( d marir rarlirr sponkinK apppHianccs ' n Charlcstnn and liuntin^ttm. Obituary n-! Personals DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Blokcloy H»ad'i Trio with Steve Slarwyck HIGHWAY BUBBLE CLUB Mrs. Carl A. Smith will Inavn j Innight fur St. Uiuis. Mn.. where flic will .spend the weekend with her dnuchler. llr Kathleen Smith, ;it Rarnes HnsiTilal. I Mrs .John K. C',icy iccciverl a call \Verlnes(!a evening from her . Mm. .John Kaplr. whn hnd just . landrvl in San Fnmriscn. Calif., en- roule home a f t e r sen ice in Korea sini-c Oclobr-r. Services Held For Lieutenant L. C. Osburn Gnivesifln scrvtfes for First l,t. I. C. ).-buni. 35, i.nn rf Mrs. Kvclyn D. MrWhirtcr nf Fayptip. vilio. wlin \vnr, Uillfd in Korea Oi'inhn- 1, HIS], ivnrc conriuctotl IN.'; mnrnmc nt if) o'clock at tile N.'itionnl i-cm-'tci-v. Phone 3103 Tonite Saturday 7:45-9:55 I A swtinm ua* or SAVAO«V WHIN MIN rAIHTID TH[ Wl» WITH ·LOOD AND OlOIIV! RAY MUUND ,.,, IAMARR MWA RiHUN (· ^ HKOMUUICAIKY H.Wt USFI t. 2 SHOWS A NIGHTLY L _Boxoffice opens 6:45 / ·^Don't dresj up. Juit come at you are! ·Bc your own Baby Sitterl Pony Miniature Rides Golf ·^-Playgrounds ·^Starlight Potlo for Walk-Ins. T^Doluxo Snacl: Bar T^Smoko when you Like! Children Undrr 12 Frffe-, whpii flccompanied by ParcnM Mrs. flilcs IVnnick Irfl yrslcr- | tjfi.v mnrninp w i t h Mr nilr!. Mrs. ' C. H. Rhnrlns fnr Memphis. Tnnn j The rthnrifs will visit in Mpmi'his, : wilh Dr. ntlfl .Vn-s. l!;ir«-c-!l :mil i Mrs. Ponnirk \vill t;n nn In Mur| frpshnrn. TPTIII.. \vhrtc 1 she will hr ' the curst nf Mr. and Mrs. Krcd Rissrr. . t'iMnk run-h M . ;,o n ff Mr. · Mrs. Evprplt CumhiP. rptn ; hnmp Wp(inn.-fl;iy nijjht servire in Knrpn. Thp -·riim will have R fnmily rrnninn wppkpnrl ,nt thp hnmo of Fra Ciandfnthpr. X. G. Ciimhip Man^fiolrl, His hrnrlipr-in-lnw siplcr. Mr and Mrs H. \v. brrphl will .iho -litpnd. Clean-up® Paint-up* Remodel 9 or Redecorate* OUR TERMS ARE:" NO DOWN PAYMENT -- NO MORTGAGI "NO INSPECTIONS -- LIBERAL TERMS City Lbr. Co.,or Kelley Bros,Lbr.Co. 103 N. cast St. Phone 2938 324 W. Dickson Phone 9 WINTER'S WASH--Korean laborers unload a mountain of winter socks, collected from United Nations troops. Collected as part of' the winter clothing turn-in, the socks will be cleaned and stored, lor possible future use. /' . . . ( EVERYTHING IN PLUMBING and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. Lieutenant CVburn was bnrn in; Palm Hp.ich, Fl.i.. Scptombcr 2R. : IPJfi. IIf inovor! with ni.s inotlicr ·ind frithrr to Arlv.in-Jfi 1 ; when IIP u-ns four. }!., f.nth(?i- pirrndM him in dr.ith nnd is }uricd ai.^o in Ihp. N.Ttin:ifl| f( 1 inrlf-r\. Hr \vn; n rrad-' n»ip nf ihn Fa\Ttto\-Mlp 'Hich Schr-il nnd of The Univotvitv. wht-rc hp u-;i? n mombrr of Knppn ' Survivors inrindp his mot hoi-; HMO n'stcr. Mr?. Bon Tnlhot nf M;iRnnli.'i. Ai-h.; both prandmnth-' OIT Mrs. R. A. Oshurn nf thr hnnir. iinri Mr. D. R. Gnd\vin nf (.'nlumbup, tin.; nitht an nip, fivp unrles and nno nophow. Thp military sorvirrs \\-pro cnn-; durtcd hy 2."i mi-n from thp Tinker Air Force Base. Oklahoma City. Samuel Conrad Swearingen Fuii'T.-il fPivicr:; for Smrmrl I Oujrjid S\vr;irin^n. 70. WPIT hrld j vostprdny ;it 1:30 p. m. at Wa!snn : Mortuary, hy thr RPV. J. Robert Mnffott. p-istnr of Ihr First Chns- , iian Church. Burin 1 was at Onk crmp t rry a t For! Sm it h with crnvp«irlp .--ervu-re. rnndurted by Dr. Wnlt.ico i;;u-on. Mr. ;\u'c,inni;(Mi. wbu dip.} Mny 1?. \V;»P ,1 prominent Arkansas rdu- rotor. He was principal nf the East Sidp Junior High School in Liltle Rork for about 30 years. From Liltle Rork. he went to the Stutt- fiart public pchnolp. Hp also laucht in the Window Schnnj and at the lime of his death, was with thn Oc-neral E.\!cn?ion Service at the Univrrrily. \vhore he has been fnr . the pa. i- t five years. Active pallbearers were Jnmes and Connie Swear in pen, Ci \'d? Prttit, Claude Sullivan, G. A. Sines, and Rov Edwards. Honor- , ary p.nllhparors were C. F. Alien. ' Justus Matlock. V. L. Webb, all of Little Rock, and Charles M. Evans, Carter Shori, Dean K. G. Hot?., : and J. H. McCnnnpll. i Arrangement? were in charge of ! Watson's Mortuary. Mrs. Hazel Potts ; BentonvilU'-'SpecKil'' F u n ? r a 1 services fnr r.Irs.Ttazel PottV 27, Sulphur Spring housewife whc- died ThurKfiny ninrninfi afier n lon,7 illness, will be conducted at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon at ire Methodist Church in Sulphur Sprint-.; under the direction of the CalliKon-McKinney Funeral Home. The Hev. A. V. Candy will officiate. Mr?. Potts was born in Pitts- burp. Kan., but has spent most o f . her life in Benton County. She is ! survived by her husband Tshmael; \ four dauRhtco, Betty, Alma. Vir- \ fiinia, and Lola: and one son, Ish: macl, nit of the. home. ' new aid for those with I.ET n KWEI.TER- you'll fool f r o f h as n daisy with » Carrier Room Air Conditioner. It cools thr nlr . . . lowers h u m i d i t y . . . n i t e r s em dust . . . circulates without drafts . . . keeps eut d i s t r a c t i n g noises. Co.str. le.v, t h a n a vacation [or two. Yr,ii can dial the weather to fit the day- hot. miiBB.v, cold, rainy. A hlcsslnr; on hay lever days, too, removing dust, and pollen from, the »lr. Ennincerpri and made by Carrier, the same rompany responsible for air conditioning thr- world's tallest skyscrapers, greatest theaters, most famous hotels. Easy terms. For details, call us today. FOR HOME OR O F F I C E ! plumbing, piping r%r .Iriil- mR nrr-«sfir\. I'lu;-. .n Ativ nutlet. Nmhinc i- t-.l or fldpiu. Thrrm-i*).it if mnlrrtl* ntr » v n ] ,hlr. F i v p - v r n t w.irrin1\ In nrcd* willi vmr rh^i.-f nl ^Carrier 40UTH SIDE SQUARE "Depend On IH for Service" ·.''· V - y o u r r ,i T i,i r\i-rp( inn.il per- furnnii'V in nn nnn.-uiglv lighl, rn7tip.i{{, i'ii;'" :,nit nid. SninC Inch fimlnr .nvl rsrlumvo ffs- liirr* An Xrnith « pcpulflr "nr,ynl" nmdcl. Frw (loninnniriTlinn. Avc lob'it rl Worffnf* («irn Ceil (0 D A Y R E T U R N f R I V U I O t EASY PAYMENTS DIXIE RADIO PHONE 1728 «» I A T T I C I I I All AIDS For More FUN and RELAXATION . . . . Spend Cool ^ f r r Comfortable I Have Purchased The Campus Berber Shop Formerly Owned by 0. L. Claterbaugh Located on Garland Avenue Across from U. of A. Tennis Courts j It Will Be Known As ' SPICER'S CAMPUS BAftBER SHOP I Invite You to Come See Me My Motto: "Every Haircut a Good One' 1 T. 0. SPICER KBQBQBBiiHHMHI^H This Week-end in a COOL MALCO Theatre! TODAY fc SATURDAY The game they play is more dangerous than sin ... but they give it a new twist! JANE VICTOR RUSSELL-MATURE First Time at Regular Prices i if ··} STARTS SATURDAY · 1:30-3:40 5:35-7:35-9:30 DEATHLESS EXPLOITS OF 10 MENI in VINCENT PUCE · HO»C,V C4«MICH»tl I "Memorial To Al Jolson" "Wania Bet" j PAI ACE TODAY fc I r+lmf\\*S. SATURDAY · DOUBLE FEATURE* JOHN mrcou "Mritirloun Mind No. 14" "Oaldin Ejg Qoaiit" ROY AI TONITE « lv * 1 ' ' ***" SATURDAY The Kid rides herd in a stampede of Rhythm and Melody "KID FROM LAS VEGAS" David Bruce - Vera Vague PLUS _ Daring Robbery by 'Big Town' Gangsters "ARMORED CAR" CESAR ROMERO Serial A Color Cartoon llornng Color by SUF-ERCINE Color J Guy MADISON · Barbara PAWN,- JOIMS CRAIG ·orton MacLANE · Crolj STEVENS · Tom FADDEN

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