Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 14, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 14, 1952
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12 NdtHWISl AMANSAS TIM8. WcdriMdny, May 14, 1952 f aft Says Most Delegates Will fee Committed Before Convention . Washinston-(/P)-Scn nolicrt A T»Jt ssid yesterday he hclicvcr fewer than 100 delegates will remain uncommitted when the Republican National Convention meets In Chirac" J u l y 7 to choose i presidential nominee. On the other h.-inrl. \Vc;:lcy IVb- erts, executive director of the Elsenhower - for - President cam- PRICES ARE BORN HERE AND RAISED ELSEWHERE Open Each Evening Til 9 C»mt tut end brawte around. ·»y term*. »aty parking. S H Qrwen Stumps. HILTON BROS. DRIVE-IN FURNITURE Hlw.y »I Ntrlh WHITE SIDEWALL TIRES! Just Received Some NEW AIR RIDE WHITE WALL TIRES BOB STOUT'S SERVICE STORE 123 NO. COLLEGE PHONE 266 . pairn, siirl ho Ihinks thrro will bo, m a n y mnrr ih;in lfl() riHr^atef, who \ rouid yn rilhfr way, adding, "Wr brlk-vr wf'll grt mnsl nf lrn*m." 1 Ti'if' roporffd ho oxprrts fjov. .John S. Fine nj Prnrisvlvnnia and A r l h t i r K u m m p r f i r l H . M i c h i g a n i n;i(ion;il mmmiHPrm.'in, will have nuirlr- up ihr-ir minds b.v r o n v r n - , l i f - n l i m p vhoro In Ihrnw' thoir pupporf Finr niiparcntl.v r r m f r n l s 1 moit nf rVnns.vlVftnla's 70 dole-1 K.'iicfi and Summrrfiolr! IP credit-! rd v/ith hnntf flblf lo Influence n | mnjnrily of MirhiL'fin's A(\. F'-f'lv.T-pn 1h(!Ri. t h r y h;i\'c j ihr l;iryrr-t t)loc r,f u r i r n m m i f t r d drip- j calf"; anrt .ciijinnrtprs nf Taft a n d ; 1 Grn. Dvvi^ht I). Eisrnlinwpr, l o p ' mnlrndcrs fnr (hr- G f ) p nnmin;i- : ! l i n n , h;ivr hrcn cyrinR them lonfi- ' inKly. ; T;ifi'j« r : t i m n f r n[ frwrr (h;m 100 tincf.mmiUf-d vntcs mdicalp.s hf e.vprri?; some of Ihosp now linipri puhlicly ,-is nnl r,- ( \'oriiiK any p a n - i |riid,-itp lo m a k p ihnii position clear j before HIP presidential mil r a i l s ! i bpRin. lie rjaim.s nearly enough · for Ihe fin-l retiuired for n first- j bnllot nomination. i ! An Associated Press l a h u i n f i o n | | whirh now Rives Tafl 341) voles' l M n i hiFenhower .'WO, HstK iss as. i |itih!!r!y unrommitled. This t a b u - ' j lation is based nn concisions, ! inslrurtions «nri state- ments by delegates willing to express a chnlce. Claiming abouf 80 more votes lhan the total credited lo him, Taft evidently is counting a sizable number of the publicly uncommitted as being on his fide. He also apparently is count ing heavily on winning convention contests that rnay develop over seating rival Taft nnd Eisenhower delegations from at least five Southern stoles. States where, contest?; may develop between r i v a l rlole^ilirms include Texa.=, Louisiana, Mississippi, Souih Carolina and Georgia. They cast a tola! nf 81 votes, a margin that might be derisive if Ihey a l l went to one candidate in a close rare. Election Of Student Body Officers At University Under Way; Amendments Up EVERYTHING M P1UMBINO ami SUFNIB FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO OOVEKNMtNT AVI. J-lLjltaa Hero's a Baby ·2aP 1 ^ You'll Lore to Hug! as Sugar . . . Tonite Thursda* l weet 0$ Su 9° r 7:45-9:52 Cufe °* o Bug's Ear. Cartoon -- Fifth Column Mouse Foreign Students 3rd International Day DANCE Benefit Foreign Students fund Student Union Ballroom Friday, May 16, 8 P.M. $1.00 Per Couple If Purchased in Advance $1.25 at the Door Semi-Formol Gil Stacey Orchestra Records Set By Truck Crops In Arkansas Growing Of Spinach This Spring Reaches An All-Time High L i t t l e Rock-(/IVThe total cash value of Arkansas' 1951 rnttnn crop was higher than in J950 despite a decline in prices. The Federal Crop Reporting Service sfiiri yesterday t h a t the 1951 crop was worth $27.3,-120.000. compared to '$252.300,000 for the 11)50 crop. Two Arkansas truck farm crops have yet records t h i s year, said the service. A record crop of 280,000 hlishels of spring spinach was harvested, compared to the 1951 crop of 12fl.OOO bushels. The watermelon acreage also ' Kft a record. On May 1, (i,300 acres | had heen planted in watermelons; 1.000 acres more t h a n the 1951 acreage and the largest since 10IH. The Service issued this report on other crops: Eggs--Farm flocks laid 87 m i l lion eggs in April--a six per cent decline from production in April last year. Production for the first four months of 1952 was 283 million. .«.even m i l l i o n less t h a n the corresponding period last year. M i l k -- D a i l y milk production per cow averaged fi.9 pounds on May 1. This was 14 per cent t h a n last year. Snap beans--Production for this year is estimated at 60,000 bushels, j lowest since 1934. j Potatoes--The 1052 commercial i early Irish potato crop Is estimated at only 110,000 bushels. Ijist year's production was 102,000 bushels. Strawberries--A crop of R04.000 crates was indicated. 31 per cent less t h a n the 1951 crop. Tomatoes--A two per cent, re- · ductinn of the planted acreage is ' indicated from reports on intentions to plant. The a n n u a l election of officers of the student hndy at the University was under way today. All nominees ran as candidates of one i of the two organized parlies on I the campus, t h e University and 1 Independent parties. J-'our amendments to the constitution of the Associated Stutlents of the Uni; versily also are to be voted on. Eli/abHh Riggs, Hot Springs, candidate for sophomnio .senator | from the College of Arts and Sciences, is unopposed. Other candidates frtr offices are: President, W i l l i a m Suttnn. Hope, and Lany Hogue, Fort Smith; vice president. Dean Pryor, Frc- rtonia, Kan., and Jim McGhee, Piggotl; s e c r e t a r y , Ursula Stephens, Ourrton. and Sybil Rose, Ka.vetlevillc; treasurer, ' . J i m H.' Dick Izard, Van Buren, and Fred I R. Bower., Perryville; College o f ' and Donn G. Allison, DeQueen; Philpot, M«na; junior senator. Jfrry D. Gr«n. Fort Smith, and June Dalton, Trinidad, Colo.; Education, Bob Keeter, Flippin, and Vivian Jorgensen, Rogers; Graduate School,- Auoie Lynch, . .Johnston, Newport, and Herman j Shirley. North Little Hock. i ; Senior class officers--president, Waller Kearns, Denton, Texas, ! and George Branigan, Fayette- j ville; secretary-treasurer, Cather; ine McCartney, Fort Smith, and | Norma Jean Stubblefield, Fay( etteviUe. ' I College senators -- College of . Agriculture senior senator, Sue i Walker, Clinton and Eugene Kerr, i Gravetlc; junior senator. Davis Brady, Proctor, and Lawrence i Luther, Quitman; College of arts I and Sciences s e n i o r senator, ! i Helen Turner, Seligman, Mo., and ' Anne Singer, Little Rock; junior ' senator, P a 11 y Murphy, Fort i I Smith, and Anna Jean Pappas, j i Hot Springs; College o( Business ! i Administration, senior senator, ! sophomore senator, Sara Steele, Morrilton, and Bill Jurney, Cof- Little Rock, and Bill H u f f , Little fe.willc, Kan.; School of Law, Rock; College of Engineering, Don Overton. Pine Bluff, and James Vince Skillman, Memphis, Tenn., School of Pharmacy, Jerry Hunter, Paragould, and Pat Phillips, Ashdown. Kee, «p wltt Ik* th* TIMCR 4«I|J. REMODEL -- REPAIR CLEAN UP -- PAINT UP NO MONEY DOWN Up lo 38 Monlhi lo R.p«y DVKE LUMBER CO. Ul 81. Chirln WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Years SMITH RADIO SHOP listen to th« NEWS, each weekday, "at 7:30 AM, over station K~GRH ENJOY C;0-01 $ Summer ~" Marriages Charles Draper and Mrs. Minnie ' Draper, both or Hoxana, III., were married May 13 by County Judge ! Witt Carter. Harold E. MrAIexander and Mrs. Geralriine Strole, hoth of Holton, Kan., were married May 12 by the Rev. G. W. Morrison. Montie May Brooks. Clark, Mo., and Mrs. Naomi M n r R u e r i t e niley, j nenick. Mo., were married May 10 j by the "Rev. D. I.. Dykes. ,lr. j Keith D. Ferrell and Miss Pa- ' tricia Ann Stein, hoth of Valley Falls, Kan., were married May by the Rev. Joseph N. Doyle, Roy Sharp and Miss Vera Col- Ihnr, both of P'ayetteville, were married May 1 by the Rev, H. I.. Baylcss. One codfish ean prorluce as many as in million eggs at one time. Used by thousands in reducing lleta--Junge's Roman Meal hrend. 11-19-tf IN PERSON Thursday, May 15th, 1 P.M. North Side of the Square This Personal Appearance Is Made Possible by Your Locol Theatres with Cooperation of "Movietime U.S.A." Rod Cameron Joyce Hofden George Waggner ?ree to Everyone -- Here's Your Chance to See a Movie Star in Person Provides in abundance of dean, filtered, hcilihful air day . . . or night. 2-ipecd motor, on and off ·witch and window fillers. Fits nearly any window in ilic house. Quid-running very economical (O USC. 9-1I Only $1.25 a WEEK! Oklahoma JIMPPLYCo. PRICE West Siiie Square Phone 161 ["HOME OF BETTER VALUES' *Star Values* STAR DAY, THURSDAY, MAY 15 *** *** *** LADIES' BLOUSES Linen-Like Material in Pastel Shades.. MEN'S DRESS SOCKS Regularly 49c--Star Day Special Dickies Summer Weight Work Suits $C77 Cool and Easy to Launder Chambray Suit jjj Dickies Boys Shorts Grey Chambray, Sizes 0 to 8 liiten (o Ih* NEWS, each wnkday, at 7:30 AM, ov.r Italian KGRH OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. 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