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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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-MMTTHWfST ARKANSAS TIMIS. feyrttovlfe, ArVoiHM. Friday, Jui» 6, 1952 Black-topping Of Highway To Wedington Hearing Completion END OF MOURNING RELEASES PHOTO L»ke Wedmjjrton. government- bullt resort area 13 iTules ra.vt of Fiyetteville now operated by civilian contractor, will become more tccessihc lo motorists with iht- completion in approximately a week of n blacktop highway linking Fayettcville with the lake. Highway ifi. which leads to ihe like, was paved fnr five mile;, west of Fayeiteviik- two years acn. Now work is being romple.led on · n tight-mile stretch which will complete pnvinff to th* lake. The road was graded and pre(Hred for black topping hy Mr- CHnlnn Brruhers of Fayetirville under a state contract. The actual pa vine Is being done. ly ihttNnrth- weat Arkansas Asphalt Company, of Fayrttcville under a 5iih-ron-' tract. · John Leetcr of Kaellevil]p, liratl of the paving company, r.aid today that the first two COM!* --hasp . and' prime-- have been completed. Work on application of thr seal' Cfltt was to begin yesterday, but WHS delayed by rain. However, L*tter said, the job should he completed In about a we.ck, barring riln. .'W. A. McClelland, who operates the l»lce and resnrt area under Contract with the government, re- ; ported today that in the first quar-' ter tf 1052 £s compared with the the first quarter of last year fish- Ing and boating were tip 20 per oent, while the number of picnic; viiltors hss doubled. ."·The picnic grounds are open in! th* public without charge. Mc- Clellind emphasized that visitors are "welcome to bring food and ! tted drinks in the area for pic- i nice." ..Cold drinks are also avail-j ·We at the recreation hall. ; Mis also Joanne R;inkf. They visited theii MUI and daughl law. Mr. and Mr*. Curt Ranks, while there. Mrs Irene Hayes and son. Dar- rnll. and ErneM Slow and family have returned from f'lebit. Okla., ''· where they wore railed hy the illne.'.s and death of their mother · Mrs. M. C. Stow. Mr*. Verlis Rose of Magnolia, Ark., arrived Tuesday to spr-nri a few dav« hnc with her husband. Sne will return to Magnolia Sunday m resume her learning duties at Southern State College for the j summer term. Springdale Ceilings Off Potatoes, Plentiful Supply Expected ! Washinjfton-'^-Predict ions thai potatoes f,oon will be back in grocery bins, and at trimmed prices,! followed the government's action yesterday in canceling price controls on potatoes. But price offi-- rials and produce men alike said that before the potato price goes; down, it will probably go up. 1 A produce buyer for a large ! Eastern store chain said; , 1 "A lot of speculators are going = i lo (ret caught with high-priced spuds, and whc-n the dumping bo: [ gins, these abnormal prices will! ' soon become history. Three more j weeks should see. plenty of pota- i toes in most stores." I He declared it would be "interesting to watch" what happens to potato prices, but refused to make any prediction.". Other officials said potatoes have been almost impossible lo buy in retail storer. in myny areas. They guessed there would be a sharp price increase, probably dropping off late this month and in July, when the 19.i2 crop hits the market. Ellis Arnall said the Office of Price Sfnhili/.ation decided to remove the ceiling over potato prices because the Senate had voted to do so, effective July ]. Although the Senate vote would not become lav/ uniess concurred in by the House and approved by the president, Arnall ?aid it would be im-; possible to administer potato ceil- 1 ngs while Congress threshed It ' out. | The Sonafe vote was on an amendment to a bill extending the | i economic controls law beyond the, 1 June 30 expiration d-ntc. The amendment would discontinue 1 price controls over fresh fruits and i i vegetables Only white type po-' tatoes would be affected. ' OPS made the price ceiling on potatoes effective January 20, a f - ' ter a rise dating from September' that almost doubled the price. It has been criticized from the out- ' set by growers' associations and j congressmen from potato growing! states. Some growers said the price ceiling forced potatoes into the bbick market, creating a shortage and leading to higher prices'. BOWL FOR PLEASURI /im Benton Bowline Lanes--Adv. Not white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three Junse's floman Meal Bread. U-19-lf Weatherproof and Fireproof Beautiful Colors PHONE 3031 FOR FREE ESTIMATE CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. O. O. Gilbert of ChriMian .Street , left early Thursday morning on a i business trip tn Hugo. Okla. Mrs. In Russell nf Springdale \ relumed Thursday morning from · Amanllo, Texas, where she h a s f spent the past three weeks visiting her sister, Mrc. George. Brnwncll. ! Mrs Rellr Salom was taken to j the home of her daughter, Mrs. | Campbell, in the Joyce community, Wednesday, from the Cmmty Hny- · pit.il where she has been a patient for the- past few days. The trip was made by a Callison-Sism am- \ bulance. i The Spnngdale Chamber of . Commerce is sponsoring a chicken j '- J dinner at the Oak Grove school j :"""""""i Friday merit. Tickets are on s a l e ' In the C. ff C. offirp. j THIS COMMAND PHOTO of Queen Elizabeth II nnd her husband, the Miss Ann Cox, a student at Duke of Edinburgh, was taken in drawing roimi of Clarence house in Hendnx College in Conway. i s ) London prior to death of King Ccrrge VI. The photo was withheld spending her summer vacation j pending end of thc period of court mourning. Her majesty wears A with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. . smoke grey tulle and inc.c bull Names Of Arkansans In Abilene To See i Elsenhower Kepi Closely Guarded Secret edle run with silver In annual rent and n percentage of Miss Beverly .lo Reed, datigh- hll gross rereipts. j ler of Mr. and Mrs ,1. .lor Reed I ~ " " j o f Springdale a n d Washington, 11. C.. is visitinK her mother and [brother. Mis. Reerl aiitl Joe Brad. : at their home northeast of Spring,dale. '. · Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fields are on : The F.iyelteville Missionary, vacation at Houston. Texas. 'naptist Association held a mission ;' Mike Malonoy of Little Rock : rally Thursday in the rily library i I »'as In Bentonville on business basement with the Immanuel Flap- ' , n '" S1;;n " 1 c[ thc Ordor ot Ulc (:nrt "Bentonville TROOPS ADVANCE ON A-BOMB AREA Thursday. · Mr. and Mrs. Don Wagner nnrl daughter. Carol Ann, spent Thurs- 8«y night at Gravette with her I tip! C.'hurch of Sprin^dale as host. The theme /or the rlay was "Our Opportunities." Thc meeting wax opened with a sons service, fol- pirents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Allum ,lnwcH by a talk hy Elder Kcn- ·nd dauRhler. Bernircc. I ncth Sanders with Elder l.«! Nor- Psul Mahnncv of Fort Smith | man as allernnt^. Missionary rp- ; was In Bentonville on husinrr^ 'ports followod. The morning ser-j ,, Thursuay. imon was delivered hy Elder A. I), j j Mr. and Mrs. Guy riotiRhnnur jstuckty. A cooperative dinnrr was , tnd sons. David nnrl Stephen, of ' held nt the noon hour .loe Roh- j | Anertorujowa, arrived Sunday to j inson nrldressed the y^roup a f t e r ' · Visit Mrs. Goughnour'.s parents, j the dinner hour. Another sonfl ' $he Rev. and Mrs. 1,. A. Johnson, ! service was hrlti and the afternoon I Mr. and Mrs. Goughnour returned '.sermon was Riven hy Elder H a r - j j to thp.ir home Tuesday, while the jinn Griffelh. \ JSny.t remained for a longer vidit . ^ r - fl"d Mrs- David Karncr of i I with their grandparents. |Crouch Street left Thursday morn- | I : Mr. .and Mrs. Glrnn Huls and i Ing for Miami Brach, Tin., where | sons, Dale Thomas, of Stamford, ! Dr. Harner will be one of five Texas,'visited this week at the. IHclpfiates from Arkansas to the j )iome of his cousin. Mrs. Alvin 'Nitlonnl American Optome.tric j . fleamster, and family. I Association congress. They plan i Overnight guests of Miss Joan j l o return to SprinRdale about June Walker Tuesday night were Miss 1Si ! Zelma Rock wood. Miss La Rue ' Mr - ailri Mrs - Warren Clark have , Jtckson, anrl Miss Donna Ixiu : returned to their home in Vallejo, _ Heath of Little Rock , Calif., after spendinjj their vaca- | J Miss Marparet Tulljou? whn t s : ( i n t l in s P r i n R rlalp wilh Mrs -.' · with Warner Brothers pictures i s .^ I : ) rh's rriother, Mrs. H. R. Allen | J visiting in the home of Mr. and «f Meadow Street. ! · Mrs U B Dcarie.n ' Guej;ts In tne homp nf Mr - anri j Little Rock-f/Pj-A spokesman 1 i for the Arkansas delegation to I greet Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abilene, Kan., will not disclose the names of other Arkan' sans present at a closed door ses- | sion with the general. Republican j Gubernatorial Candidate J o f f ! Speck of Frenchman's Bayou, i Ark., a leader in the Arkansas ·j Eisenhower movement, said only j that "other delegates to the GOP ' national convention) were pres- i e.nt." I He said the Arkansas delegation I was "the first to meet with the genera!" Wednesday night. ! Speck, who called Eisenhower "the most sincere man I've ever i met." and "a man i - i t h no political obligations," was not alonp in refusing TO name the nther Arknn- sans in Kansas. Sen. Frank Carlson (R-Kan) said the "plan was not to name the delegates." He a Iso said t ha t several drlrga t PS from six states who went tn Ahi- lone as Tnft supporters, "are now for the general." The name of only one other Arkansan tn the delegation, nthrr than Speck, is known. He is Harry Craig of Caraway, Ark., a rlc-le- gatp to The Chicago convention from the Sixth Arkansas congressional district. Mouse In Camera Gives Pause To Bomb Testers L;is Vegas, Nev.-fflVA d««?rt mouse holed up in a sensitive camera at a forward area of the Yucca Flat testing ground nearly Upset the best laid plans for setting off the eighth atomic blast in the spring series. The mouse was wooed from his perch yesterday with a slice of cheese. The tost would have been postponed if the mouse had not been coaxed from the camera, test site officials said. Graduation Ceremony Is Held AI Annapolis Annapolis. Md.-f/P)-The Naval Academy sent 769 new officers ! into the service today under a : shower of white hats and to the applause nf some, of the nation's lop military leader?. They were ; among 7R3 midshipmen in the j 112th class In graduate from An- 1 napolis since the Academy was ; founded in 1845. America will look to thorn fnr i leadership in days to come, Ad' miral William M. Fr-rhtrler said 1 in the main commencement ad. dress. Fechtelcr is chief nf naval ' operations, the ranking officer of his service. ond vice presidents, respectively; Mrs. Emma Jane \Vatkins. secre- j tary, and Mrs. Mae Godfrey, trea- · surer. In May, 1952, the planet Mars came within 50 million miles of the earth, j NEED A NEW ROOF? I ASBESTOS SIDING? 1. No Money Down I! Easy Monthly Payments 1 DrKE LUMBER CO. 1 Ml St. Chuln I: NOTICE We Will Bi OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT JUNE 6 Tor reitrvalioni call 397-M-3 THE HOMESTEAD WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You Since 1929 SMITH RADIO SHOP Rogers Reviving the Newcomers organization, a committee headed by IJenver Murray, Rnper? businessman, will iirransre a ha.sket picnic at Lake At.ilnnla tnr all new re.-i- dcnts of the Rogers community. The date will he set shortly. Local talent will furnish a jirouram for the afternoon. Benton County Home Demonstration Club members for the first time in the club's history will spend three days at Roaring River, Mo., the week of July 18. A committee composed of Mrs. Burl Lillard, Mrs. Carl Shores. Mrs. R. \. Russell, Mrs. .1. A. Harbinson and Mrs. Opal Patchell will arrange the retails of the camp. Mrs. Bess Davis was elected' president of the American Legion j Auxiliary at a meetiiiK held Mon- I day at the home of Mrs. .]. Wesley ! Sampler, retiring president. Mrs. Effie Cary and Mrs. Bonn Ella Rrooks were elected first and sec- ' Tonite Saturday 8:00-10:17 DANGER ! ! ! ! ! You may drop your teeth when you look at the thrilling i»nn in thii movie TM» *** «·» **«**. **» **«! nun Ventriloquest Cot Serial No. 6 Pony Miniature Rides Golf Monkey Village U. S. 6TH ARMY TROOPS from Cnmp Dcsi'.rt Rock advance on scare* largct nrcn in simulated nltack immediately after explosion of an atomic Iwmb 7,000 ynnls from Ihcir foxholes in Yucca flat in Nevada. Miss Lou Ann Clifl whn cr.irtu- ' Mr! - E l m f r Gnrdon and daughter, I Jmoko horn bomb jilumcs nkyward in distance. 'ted Vrnm high srhonl'at Stephens : ^ nn . a "'SP»nKrtale. arc Mr. rtor- _ - - - ' Hon s son and daughter-in-law. - · · - ( International] College, Columbia. Mn., arrivfd homr Tuesday tn sprnd tin summer vacation. Shr was accompanied by Miss Marllvn Nnrnartl o f . . . , . ,, . . , ^·St-^i^-M^rS vent to Tulsa. Okla.. Tuesday to i ·ttend the funeral "f her brother. W. B. Stewart of Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs Cnffelt were acrom- Mr. and Mrs. Brn Gordon and daughters, Amolia and Dohora, of Pittshurfi. Kan. ' was mad* in a Callison-Sisco am- list Church Suinkiy Krv. LtM ion ("olomnn will be thc Si'. I if will speak at both the mnrnini; evening services, lie \\-;rs with the church before '..iltle Rock. V n n , r ' U.;D Blankenship nf F a y e l t e v i l l e . Mt. Stewart was Mrs. nianken- ship, uncle ne. e Mrs. Russell Heath and d»u B h- · ra i tre.tment. Mrs. W. A. Jackson o( Sprmc- rtale. noule 4, mother of Mrs.. Walter Watkms, w a s taken to the . City Hospital Wednesday afte.r- ] nnon in a Callison-Sisco am- · hulanre. She \'."ill receive medi- : ter, Donna Lo\i, of Little Rork arrived Monday to v i s i t Mrs. 'Heath's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. J. L .lackson ·nd daughters, L;i Rue and Annette. Roy Stamper spent Tuesday in Fayetteville on biisini-ss. Mrs K S Miller .iiui Mrs Charles Royd will entertain the Lwmp Henderson Circle nf the Prepbytenan Missionary Societv in the Presbyterian Church basement Thursday, Jmiir 12, at 2 3 0 p. m. Mr. «nd Mrs. Ralph GiRfr spent Thursdav and Fuday in Little B«k visitina Mis. Gicer's lirnlh- er-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs. W. .L Rogers and sons, Mitchell · nd Randall. Mr. and Mis. F. H. R,,nks re- turr.ed Tuesday from l.awrenie. Kftn.. where they attended the ("·nest speaker at the First Bap- EVERYTHING IN P1UMBING and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT Prairie Grove High School Gym 8:30 Till WESLEY RAMSEY and Hit Rhythm WrtnfUn CHICK SRECIAL 8c HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery THEY'RE AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT R O Y A L TONITE ^V ' ** u SATURDAY "THE KID from KANSAS" AND Burl LANCASTER CARTOON * SERIAL OZARK NOW SHOWING: 1:00 - 3:OS - SilS . 7:20 - 8:30 E V E R - N E W J O Y F O R A U d TO ENJOVI * WAIT , DISNIYS Snow White ·· i ·'·' Seven Dwarfs ALSO SPECIAL FEATUnETTC "THE GUEST" PALACE Now! ADULTS25c "^^ """ ' FROM 10 TIL 1 SATURDAY "MIDNIGHT MELODY" CARTOON f 'MUM UARK ENDS TONITH -- OPEN 6:45 · The.B9lle)df New York" stamnt Prat (star BEGINS SATURDAY--Open 12:45 Sat. Sun. GIGANTIC MERCHANDISE RAIN OR SHINE AUCTION $10,000 Worth of High Quality New Merchandise Monday Night, June 9th 8:S0H0 A P RP M AT FARMERS LIVESTOCK AUCTION CO, EAST EMMA AYE. THESE AND MANY OTHER NATIONALLY ADVERTISED ITEMS WILL BE SOLD: SCANDAl HE'S THE KEYHOLE KINO OF YELLOW JOURNALISM! Every Page a Peep Show! NEW ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINES Regular $169.50 Full Size Portables and Cabinets Sews Forward Reverse, Round Bobbin NEW TREATED TARPAULINS SIZES: 8x10 10x12 10x14 10x16 12x18 12x20 14x16 20x20 Binoculars--7x50 New Waffle Irons New Waterless Cook ware New Vacuum Cleaners New Electric Mixers New Rogers Silverware New Chinaware NEW CHROME DINETTE SETS Regular $120 to $170 Rubberized Spring Chairs Tables are Stain-Proof, Burn-Proof and Acid-Proof -- Groy, Yellow, Green, Red New Automatic Clock Radios New Electric House Clocks New Pop-Up Toasters New Kitchen Clocks TOOLS! TOOLS! TOOLS! New 'i-in. Drills-6't-in. Power Saws Piece Goods New Drop Cords New Chrome Socket Sets NEW 17-JEWEL WATCHES Regular $49 and Up Ladies' and Gents' Gold Automatic Self-Winding, Waterproof ABSOLUTELY NO BY-BIDDING-EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD COME EARLY, BUYERS! So You Can Examine Merchandise and Be Sure of a Seat! MERCHANDISE OWNED BY NATIONAL WHOLESALE CO Springdale Sales Co. % A I f A M 1^ A k . l f l « A 4 i ·» · · · %*· «· A A · » m SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS BILLY TACK|ETT, Auctioneer

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