Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 5, 1952 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
Page 16
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· i--MO»TMWIST AtKANSAI TIMES, FaytrHvilU. Ar.oMw, Thurtday, Jun. 5, 1952 ROTC Cadets Will Receive Commissions Program Planned Saturday Morning At Greek Theater Dr. John Tyler Caldwrll, who will assume duties as prcsKlr-m of the Univf siiy July 1, w i l l riolivor tht commissioning {iHHrr-ss and present commission* to 179 Air Force and Army HOTC raMM:. Saturday it 10 a. m. in the Greek Amphitheater. A total oi 108 Air Force and 77 Army HOTC cadets will formally receive their commissions as ncr- ond lieutenants in the regular and reserve .components oj the Unitefl Ststes armed forces. · Dr. Caldwell will he introduced : by U. Col. Ray W. Alford, professor of air science and tactics ; The oaths of office for t h e Army will be given by Col. Henry Neil- vi, professor of m i l i t a r y science j iad tactics, and the oaths of o f f i c e ' fir the Air Force will he siven by Colonel Alford. W. S. "Pop" · Creuon. University chaplain, will ! deliver the invocation and the hen- ; ·diction. I · Cadetb from Northwest A r k a n - ' Ml who will receive coromissions | «n: Army: Infantry--Bobby D. Fntts, Fay- tttevllle; Charles R. West, SprinK- d«le; Jay E. Woodrldge, H u n t s ville. Signal Corps--Alfred E. Beaty. Lincoln: Aidy C. Jordan, Jr., Prtirle Grove: Mack A. Walker. Eureka Sprincs: and Link Luckett, r«yettevllle. Air Force: "Gene B. Basden, Lincoln; Hes- lit K. Browning. Fayetteville; Boylee D. urry, Springdalc: Ray- notid H. Davis, Bentcnville; Rich- »rt E. Hlghflll, Silonm Springs; »t»phen V. Morse, Springdale; 1 FurTMt M. Tennant, Lincoln: Albert L. , Wilkinson. Fayetteville; n«yd L. Williams, Fayetlevllle; ftwl James R. Younkin, Fayettc- Tffle. 'Sweeper Hit By Diving Jet Dutch Pilot, 14 Crewmen Victims I said the pilot of the plane was i killed and tv-'o survivors of the ftf-ton British craft were rescued. The London Admiralty said the ship normally carried a crew I of 16. i The accident occurred off the ! Dutch naval bnse of Den Helrler, : between the m a i n l a n d anrl the! West Frisian island of Texel. | Dm IIHrlrr, The NVthcrlanfl. 1 ;- l/l'i-A Il'itch Thlinrtcrjct prnctire- d i v i n e ( I n r i n c NATO air-sea rr.i- nrnvcrs rnishr-ri i n t o a\ 112-foot cicty. Hriti.'-h i forlny, and 15 * mi'ii \i-crr- fr-nrtvl lost. A Dulrh rnmmuniqiH 1 A l t h o u g h most turtles are nearly! voiceless, some t u r t l e s can whistle, says the National Geographic So' 1 An o u t s t a n d i n g flavor -- lunge's | Roman Meal Bread. 1 1 - l f l - t f l WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You Since 1929 SMITH RADIO SHOP UPSETTING EXPERIENCE-Bcwildered and raiharrass usuall.r-imprrlurh.lble guardsman of the Royal Horse reaches for his helmet after beinfi unseated during a f of the Trooping of the Colors in London. The horse had no regard for ceremony, and also spilled a pol Who tried to place him under control. ~.*4i erl, t h i s Gllnrds ll-diess s p i r i t e d liceman J.ow Review Staff Members Appointed *- Four ippointmenU 1o the edl- iprlil staff of the Araknsas Uw Review, a quarterly published by lh Ark»iua« Bar Association and Bin University School of L»v, Rave been announced by Dean floberl A. Letlsr and John W. El- ted of Rison, student editor of the Rtview. During the 1BS2-53 school year, . Sharp Jr., Fayetteville, will ierve ·i business manager. Window Cherry To Open His Campaign In Paragould Tackett Continues Speaking Tour In North Arkansas ! L i M 1 c R n c k-f/Pi-Chancollor Francis Cherry'of Joneshnrn will . jopcn his K u b e r n a t n r i n l campaign ! in Panigoiild tonight, becoming ] I the sernnd nf !he five candidates for the Democratic n o m i n a t i o n j formally to open. A s t a t e - w i d e : radio network of 17 stations will I nroadrast 'the address. | William F. Kirsch, Paratfould j attorney and former s t a t e senator, ' w i l l introduce Judge Cherry, who U m a k i n g his first bid for a state job. | C'hriTy WHS in L i t t l e not k yes- j let day, redecorating his hoad- ! quarters in the Capital Hotel and I w o r k i n g nn his opening address. j Confjressnvin Bnyd Taclte.U, first i rncc counties yesterday. TackeH, J who livpR at N n p h v M l e . spoke briefly in Strawberry, Newark, niark Rock and Imboden, He de- voted his shorl speeches to discussing his record, and did not m e n t i o n any of his f o u r opponents by name. Today. Tacked visils C'ave City. Evening Shade, Ash Flat and Hardy. T E L E V I S I O N Get a Ringside Seat at all National Conventions KOTV will be on the cable in 30 days Get your TV installed before the conventions start SMITH RADIO APPLIANCE YOU CANT FOOL HOT BISCUITS! Especially if they'reansto- Tat, made with Mrs. Tucker's Shortening, you should not fool with o r d i n a r y spread,, because such b,s- cults deserve the BBST- Mrs. Tucker's Golden VeU low MEADOLAKE--SO fresh, SO sweet, SO fine-t just can't be matched. EVERY FOOD HAS A RIGHT TO MEADOIAKE FLAVOR MAKES IT AND DHIVf « i CREAMIEST Liittn to Iht NEWS, rach wttkdoy, at 7:30 AM, over Italian KGRH OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. Mrs. V. H Carter, Jr, and son i 6f Austin. Texas, are visiting,Mr. · ind Mrs. Vern Carter, Sr. j Mrs. George Kcrsten, M r s . ; Earnest Krause, Miss R u t h Rhodns *ttd Miss Ethel pea realign left j TVftdnesday for Chicago on vacation. Mrs. Laura Land IF in Baytown. : Texas, to be with her son, Paul Ltnd, who is recovering from a ; Iwart attack. Frank David is a r t - : ln( as bus station agent In her | absence. J. R. Page Is a p a t i e n t at Kt. Edward's Hospital in Fort Smith. 1*fcere he underwent an eye nper- ·tion Monday. J Miss Bcrnice Stevens of Dallas.. T*xas. is the guest nf her sister.. Mrs. Dick Page, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Addison HazMl ·nd children, B«n and Ann Shaion, of Ponca City, Okla.. are spending their vacation with Mrs. Haz.lett's parents, Mr. and Mis. C. H. Miller. The Methodist m o n t h l y fellow- ihip supper 'A as held Wednesday nifint at the church : Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph Center and children an* spending a few weeks here with relatives. Sergeant Cen- , t*r has been transferred from a California Army base to Fort Sill Okla. ' '· Mrs. W. E. W t r r i c k has been called to Blakely, On., by t h r death of hw brother. I. W. Day. She was accompanied by her riHugh ter-ln-law, Mrs Holly Fortune,! tnd two children. WLMard Neville, ?on of Mr and Mrs. Bill Neville, sport M e m n n n l Day weekend w i t h his mother and · 9i«ter. He has jujt returned to this country after 3n months with the Air Force in Korea. Mrs. H*nrv Ganger ha? bron a patient at rayetteville City Has- pHal for the past in days. 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