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June 10, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Tveaetey, J«M 10, ItSJ 'fBsenhower Meets Soulhefwi Support ·) ^ _ maim Dwlfht Eisenhower Z m . ma* a peraona! pitch 'today for J C iatouthem presidential-nominating K f t In New York, Eisenhower con- TM tinuad his timetable confere*ces ·. m with COP delegates. This after- 4§^ noon he meets group* from Alata ^f bama, Georgia and North C«ro The Associated Press tally of pre-eonventlon delegate strength tor the three elates shows: Georgia, 1? delegates uncommitted; laf-*- Alabama, nine for Tat, four for D Elsenhower and one uncommitted; n North Carolina, 13 for Taft, seven for Eiaenhower and six uncom- p, mitted. a Elsenhower's purpose In there fi session*--he met yesterday with pa* ·- delegations from Delaware, New wSsV. 1 ? Ha(np«hlre, Connecticut and Mas- UT' V sachusetts--is to charm over to his r., tide any convention votes that ·jfr "'ire not already there--and to put sK^jv'.tln clincher on those that are. ej-j',.'.. A candidate for the Democratic V" presidential nomination, mean- ·*? j ' While, was doing some ilzlng-up *V?!".' **'' Eisenhower on his own. Ten- I*-'^?- neuec't Sen. Eites Kefauver com- bf'" mented In New York that Elsen- aj bower "has not made the strong , allowing anticipated." :, Kefauver flew to New York for |H : rV ; * fund-raising dinner from Har- 1 "risburg, Pa., where he predicted he would get strong backing from among Pennsylvania's M dele- US. Theaters On Increase In face Of TV Competition Br WAYNE OIJVEB I toUl. according jo Film Dally, New York-l/h-Desplle televi- \°[ 4 . 1S1 »t the Hart of this year-- | sion, there ire more motion pic- "" IT u.s. SOLDERS BUM RED RAG AND SIGNS AT KoiE ] Dr. Leflir To Spend Yer Al Mew York UnivenHy; Covkigton Is Acting Dean lure theaters In operation now than a year ago due to a continuing boom In drive-Ins. The Council of Motion Picture Organizations says 23,199 film theaters were in operation at the start of this year--A net Bain of 7( over a year earlier. It's the highest total since the pre-de- presslon peak of 23,544 In 1929. But, citing statistics from the Department of Commerce a n d from Film Daily's yearbook due out later this week, _OMPO dis- maara ssaeei leaser) Sen. Richard Russell of-Geora, alao out for the Democrat had a committee of farm to boott him toward I '"JMsell hat handled the annua agriculture appropriations In th , ·enat* for II yean. Hit campalg 1« per cent of all film theaters. In the first quarter of this year, 8fl new drive-ins were opened and 10 four-walled theaters. Most Industry official! that television has had idmit lot to do with many of the Ihcater closings and a decline in movie attendance from 80 to 90 million a week at the 1140-47 peak to around 55 million a week now. TV Harta Attendance Leonard Coldenson, president of I United Paramount Theaters, says surveys definitely show attendance Is down more in TV areas than in closes this significant fact: There | (hose without TV was a gain of 824 drive-ins and a decline of 749 fnur-wn!led theaters during this year. A spokesman emphasized two points, however. One, due to defense restrictions on materials it has been much easier to build drive-ins than conventional theaters. Two, most of the new four- walled theaters have larger seating capacities than thote that have been closing. He said a survey in the St. Louis area, for instance, showed 42 houses closed and 36 new ones opened in a five-year period, but the new ones had more total seats than those that closed. Drlve-ini, mushroomed meanwhile, have from insignificant i.--r announced the com ·nittea would be advlscory an !- would be Increased later. · Pennsylvania Gov. John Fine ··who heads his state's 70-vote GO .·delegation, repeated yesterda 'that he wants the group--ached .-,. ulad to meet Friday with Eisen "I",; bower and later with Tafl-- t .keep clear of any alliances befor ·-the OOP convention In Chlcag July 7. I The Associated Pre« tabulation *»ef nationwide delegate strength ^·eaed on known and eoncedec pit f61 c i it M i now fivtt! {_; Republican-Taft 4*1, Klaan newer MO. Nomination needs «04 Democrats--Kefaurer 144, Ruwel MN, W. Averell Harrlman H takaa 111 to be nominated. Prairie Grove A home-coming and dedication tervlct was held at the MethadM Church fuaday morning. The oc caslon reiebrated th* eompletlon of tto remodeling work and of a new altar the rated and a modern kitchen pu in. The Rev. F. W. Cooley, district superintendent, preached at the 11 o'clock hour. A cooperative dinner was served at noon in the educational building. Among the out-of-town visitors were the Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Honk of Fayettevllle, Lt. and Mrs. Bob Blakemore and son of Tuba, Okia., spent th* .weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alakemore. Mn. L. E. Maupln and son, Frank, returned Saturday from a trip East They were accompanied home by Mn. Howard Clendennlng of Bunker Mill, Va. Frank Maupln left Monday for Shreveport, La. Mrs. Clendennlng will be the guest of relatives for a week. Charles Phillips, who spent hb ·vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Phillips, has ^ returned to his work In the Comb- air Air Plant in San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mn, Wayne Elliott and daughter, and Mrs. Demes Elliott of Fayettevlle were Friday guests of Mr, Elliott's tlster, Mrs. Nathan Phillips. Mr. and Mn. Dolor, Helm were nntti Sunday at dinner for Mr. and Mn. Gra" Melr» ~--\ :·· · -' Ingtewood, Calif., Mrs. Estus Coretta Wilson, treasurer. Ryker and tiaugmer u, L;,.. . I "·» Okla, Mrs. Louis Morton and daughters, and Capt. Howard Helm, who recently returned from Korea. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zellner have as their guests their daughter, Mn. Mae Thompson, their granddaughter, Mrs. John Allison, and their great granddaughter, Julannc Allison, all of El Paso, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barr and daughter, Lena Faye, of Baton .Rouge, La., will visit her uncle, George Wallace, and Mrs. Wallace. Mn. Barr I: the former Mss Faye Bearing. .. Tommy Lcdford, who has been ^discharged from the Army after 'serving a year in Korea, has mo»»d wtih his wife and baby to Wobbi, N. M. Mn. Emma Dearlng, Mr. and Mn. Robert Dearlnt of Fayitte- vlfle, and Mr. and Mn. Owen Bearing of Blackwell, Okla., were Sunday guests of Mrs. Dearlng's sister, Mrs. George Wallace. James Cosby and his mother, Mn. Cosby, have returned from visit with relatives in Snyder, numbers five or six years ajo to "Nevertheless," he says, "continuing surveys show that inroads of television upon the box office moderate after the novelty and installment period of set ownership have passed." Goldenson 'also mokes a point man. others in the industry emphasize: During World War IP and immediately afterward w h e n Americans had high incomes and little to spend them on, the movies boomed to abnormal levels hardly could have been expected to last. He says those conditions "brought Into operation hundreds of motion picture theaters which under any other conditions rould not have operated." Chaplain Persuades Prisoner To Leave All-Day Perch On Girder Jollet, lll.-(/Pi - A Statesvllle prison convict ended an all-day perch on a girder 60 feet above the prison's mesl hall yesterday after the prison chaplain convinced him he should come down, Marshall Parille, 25, shlnnied up a steam pipe while prisoner were eating breakfast. He reach ed * rafter directly under the meis hall's glass roof and began taunting cu«rds. For more than nine hourt he Ignored guards' orders to come down but finally pbeyed the re- lives. Mr. and Mm. Robert Dutton ol Muskogee, Okla., spent the weekend with Mr. Dutton's mother The Duttons visited Harry Dutton at the Veterans Hospital In Fay ettevlll* Sunday afternoon. Carolyn Nelson, who has spenl :wo weeks with her slater, Mrs James Gartman, left Monday for her home In Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carnahan are spending several days In E Dorado, with their daughter, Mrs Joe Bland, Mrs. May Ferree, who moved _jre from Fayettevllle, was given t housewarmlng Friday night at wr new home on South Pittman Street. Gueats were relatives and old friends. Mr. and Mn. Bill Hutchens of 'exarkana, and Mr. and Mn. tiompson of Fort Worth, Texas, are guests of Mr, and Mn. Fred Hardage. The Study Club will entertain Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock t the home of Mrs. Clyde Borders. Hostesses for the tea will be Mn. E. Woolverton, Mn. Jeff Bagett, Mrs. D. E. Rieff, Mrs. L. A. 'arman, and Mrs. Edward Broyles. Mr. and Mn. Harold Italians of 'ulsa, Okla., are spending a few ays at their home here. Mrs. W. N. Mattlson, mother of Miss Delia Mattlson, assistant II- rarian at the University, is a atlent at the County Hospital. Mary Bell Thornton and Eddie elap returned Saturday from ansas City after a week's visit ,-lth their uncles, Darwin and iwrence Delap. The Presbyterian Youth Fellow- lip held election of officers at 'i regular meeting Sunday cvc- ing. They were Camilla Bidwell, resident; Barbara Patrick, vice resident; Eddie Delap, secretary; - Cpl. and Mn. Roland Ramoa of Camp Chaffee. who were guests = of bar aunt. Mn. Ruth Hanna, lift "Buturday for Tuaa to visit rela- ·i * (MM hi ai SM Us Waf KMV PQVM*MIT Ptae) ·M Hi m«4tHn.j Ywr H (0. 6ef Plenty of This All Yew Around fven en the* meat march- U neceaaary in yevr hem*. Oet plenty ef M art tower teat by inlnf the riflht CeN in te- atay ajnaj tee hew yeu ten (et ·* the het waMr yeu quest of the chaplain, the Rev. Jervase Brinkham, and slid down the steam pipe. Warden Joseph E. Ragen said Parille told him he was angry about a decision in Sunday's Chicago White Sox-Washington Senators baseball game in Washington. Ragcn Slid Parille was seeking publicity. Parille, of Chicago, Is serving 15 years to life for armed robbery. Union Church School Picnic Is Scheduled The Union Vacation Church School being held jointly by the First Christian Church and the First and Central Presbyterian Churches will have a picnic at 11:JO o'clock tomorrow morning. TANK-LEO AMBHCAN SOUNMt are shown inside of a prisoner-of-war compound on Koje Island, oft Korea, : a: they rounded up defiant Communist prisoners. The troops charged into three compounds and tore down j a Red flag and a number of offending signs, without Dring a shot. They burned the flog and destroyed ! .-the. sJgns. At bottom, the bayonet-wieldinit soldiers tear down one ol the Communist proDaeanda posters, i Dr. Hobert A. Lcflar, dean of' the University School of Law, has been granted a leave of absence during the next academic year to enable him to accept an appointment as visiting professor of law at New York University. Announcement of the action was made today by President John Tyler Caldwcll. Provost Joe E. CoviiTgton, who will receive the degree of doctor of puridical science from Harvard University next week, wi! serve as acting dean of the School of Law -while Dean Lcflar is at New York University. "The University of Arkansas is delighted that Dean Leflar has been honored by being invited to join the distinguished faculty of such a famous law school for a .year," President Caldwell said in making the announcement. "We shall look forward, however, to his return-to our campus with his family in 1953. 'I personally appreciate Mr. Covington's willingness to assume the dcanship on an acting basis in addition to his other heavy duties." New York University's School of Law has an enrollment of approximately 1,700 students, and it recently spent approximately 55,000,000 in construction of a new law center. While there Dean Leflar also will serve as a visiting professor of law for about 10 weeks this summer at the University of Colorado. Prof. Ralph C. Barnhart, who has been on .the faculty of the School of Law for six years, will serve as acting dean during the summer session. Dean Leflar plans to be on the campus here during registration of students next fall and to return in time for commencement next spring. ck ... DRESSING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT WON MRFUUY DELICIOUS NOW\ Too Fat? The beginning and junior classes will meet on the lawn of the Christian Church. The primary rlass will meet on the lawn of Ihc home of Miss Mary Lou Davies, 207 North College Street. Each rhilrl wilt bring his own lunch, but the drink and dessert will be furnished by the school. 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