Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 10, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 10, 1952
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£2 NOtTHWBT AMANSAS tIMIS. ta*Mw«h. AriiMW Tuttdoy, Jim. 10, 195] Housing Problem Acule In West Germany i Frankfurt, Germany - WP) -West fancy shops and high prices, It is jOtrmany's cellnr-dwcllcrs \v«nl In ! known HS the Paris of West Ger- Jcotne bock upstairs. Thousands o f . many. But a thousand people live rthem still live in musty, gloomy · below street level in cellars of ttll»r» which are nil t h n t rcifimn ' bombed out houses. I.lttle t-onimunitics also have , citizens who go downstairs to cn- ! tcr their homes. | And when houses or apartments * are furnished, the humble cellar- ute. Building can't keep aptico j dwellers arc unable to obtain jwlth needs. Most of (ho cellar oc- j them. Canny owners extract "key fcupunts arc German. Displaced i money." and heavy advancefl in fetrcons and refugees usually live j rent before such places are, occu- in camps. I iiied. "Key money" Is a fat ad- houses and buildings smashed ry w«r. The West German Republic i s ! {ding the crest of an economic j but its housing problem is Duesseldorf is a good example ft the two-sided economic picture In West Germany. Torn by w a r time bombing, this big nhinebnd City began rebuilding almost be- Jore the smoke cleared. Today, with Its swank holds. nce which soe.i into the owner's porkH a;i a bonus. On The Radio W.lth.rprool «nd Fireproof Baauliiul Colors PHONE 3031 FOB FREE ESTIMATE j CLARK VENETIAN ULIND · AWNING co. · V«b«3», Ptluniis, Scurl.l - ··«. and Many Olh.r Flow. . «·· Plants .·Temata, Papptt and Egg .Plant. · ·umm.r Blooming Bulbs and ; Flower Stedi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP in » N. Block Now York-Wl-Tonight: NliC - 7 Cavalcade drama; 7:30 Barrie Craig; H Bob Hope; 8!30 Fibber and Molly; 9 What's My Line. CBS - 7 People Are Funny; 7:30 Mr. und Mrs. North; 8 Police drama; 8:55 Hearthstone's Mystery. ABC - 7 Newstand Theater; 8 Town Meeting. MDS - 7 Hlnck Museum; 7r30 Dr. Kildare; KM Detective drama More than 13 million texts from the ruble were distributed in Japan during the occupation, eays i the American Bible Society. The redwoods of trie U. S. West Coast have been native only to California and Southern Oregon since the Glacial Age. AiverttM In the TIMES--It rare. 50,000 Dope Addicts Annoy West German Authorities Hamm, Gcrmany-(/PJ-A dope* wave Is sweeping West Germany i for the first time in history. 'Some j 50,000 addicts have become the \ Mrs. A. U. Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson of J o h n s o n , and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jones and children of Fayetteville, were Sunday jjuests of ! Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Phillips and j Mrs. Elizabeth Smith. in June are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Karnes, Walter C'oughman and nightmare of health and security j M £ e] f ° wl| f g* TMJ to. of " clalt ' I worship message Officials of the 'main office for combatting drug d a n g e r s ' in Hamm say the number of dope addicts has soared since the war. Marihuana, virtually unknown before the war, Is being smuggled into the country from abroad. It has become a favorite stimulant for many youths, artists and oth- Germans. . j v o u t h ( , arnp ^^ fon Sm|th Thf The Federal Interior Ministry Is i juniors will be in-iession all week organizing a narcotics bureau In The Presbyterian Church will an effort to control illegal trade be host to .the Ozarli Larger Parin drugs and to fight "muggling. j ish, Tuesday evenlng-atie o'clock. Before the war 6,000 drug ad- : The men and women will have diets were registered by the separate meetings and then there Reich's Health Ministry in Berlin, will be a combiped meeting. Buell Seven thousand others were under Woods will give a report on the medical treatment. These figures now have tripled, officials said, but exact totals are not available NEED A NEW ROOF? ASBESTOS SIQINO? No Money Down Easy Monthly DYKE LUMBER CO. 301 it CharlM WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You Since 1929 SMITH RADIO SHOP UNIVERSITY THEATRE WORKSHOP presents The Fatal Weakness A delightful modern comedy "in-the-round" JUNE 16,17,-19, 20, 21 BOX OFFICE OPENS WEDNESDAY AT 1:00 Reviewers wrote: "Not for some time has Broadway seen comedy served with studied perfection." COME TO BOX OFFICE OR CALL 2020 Reservations held until 7:30 night of performance RELAX IN-YOUR FAVORITE THEATRE TONITE! 1:05 - 3:05 - 5:10 . 7:15 - S:20 PALACE CABTOON SHORT U A R K let idi Hook limp WhiH You Into i Pored!* of Temptations end Stnsotiwisl ENDS TONITC JOHN DHIK DONNA RHP MOttftKK CRAWFORD since there is no compulsory rcs- stration of drug addicts. Doctors and health officials blame the war and the disastrous postwar years for the new German lust for narcotics. Most of the Illegal dope comes from abandoned Wehrmacht stocks, plundered after the retreat of German armies. Marihuana, often mentioned as the most dangerous drug because it is inconspicuous, easy to use, comparatively cheap and easy to get, has been brought into the country by foreigners, sometimes occupation troops. Despite the stiff counter measures, especially by the American military authorities, the marihuana trade flourishes. In recent montHs, German and Allied police have broken several dope rings in Western Germany. By tight cooperation, drastic fines and ]ail sentences and a determined anti-narcotics campaign, German authorities are going all.out Lo check the dangerous dope trade. West Fork Mr. and Mrs. William Emcfson of Fayctteville visited in th» home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Steve Emerson' and in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ray, Sunday. Mrs. Norene Reed and son, Dick, lave gone to Searcy to be with Mrs. Reed's father, who was in an automobile accident Saturday. The First Baptist Church Vacation Bible School commencement program will be Friday evening, beginning »t 7:45, in the church chapel. The public is invited. Mrs. Herbert Suttlc had as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Delmot Fisher and children, Johnnie and Patricia, of Wichita, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Garnett had as their Sunday guests their daughters, Miss Erma Lee and Miss Betty Garnett of Wichita, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fay Moore and children, Jody and Janey, of Rogers, are jfuests of C. C. Stockburger this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McKce and children of Springdale wore guests in the home of Mr. McKei Genera] Assembly he attended in New York City recently. Woods was commissioner representing the Arkansas Presbytery. The The churches Included in the | Larger Parish are, Cane Hill, Walnut Grove, Ml. Comfort, Springdale and West Fork. Springdale parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Me- ington. The John James Contracting Company is at work at the high school landscaping and terracing the grounds. The work will be completed by September when the students return back to school. Miss Caroline Simonds, Miss Sally Anderson, Miss Margaret Johnson and Miss Paula Cum-, rriings are delegates to the annual Girls State in Little Rock this week. The girls are being sponsored by Business and Professional Womens Club. Womans Civic Club, and the American Legion Auxiliary. * The second meeting of the Memorial Hospital auxiliary was held Monday afternoon at the Civic Club rooms in the library. Miss Eva Atwoort was in charge of the meeting and heard reports of the committees. The membership chairman announced that the charter membership list is still open and all women in this area are urged to become a member. Special guests at the meeting were Mrs. Dan Douglas, and Mrs. Marvin Altman of Fort Smith. They are both members of the Sparks Memorial Hospital auxiliary and gave a report of that organization. Miss Lctta Brackens, registered nurse who has been elected administrator of the Springdale hospital, also attended the meeting. Mrs. Leslie Buchanan of Maple Drive left over the weekend for Prescott, where she will attend to business and also visit her sister. She will spend several days. George Smith of San Antonio, Texas, was a guest in the home of Mrs. Ruth B. Allison Monday. Miss Beverly Jo Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jog Reed returned to Washington, D. C., over the weekend after spending a week with her mother and brother in Spirngdale. Miss Reed and her fa- her are both employed in Wash- Kce. The Assembly of God Church Rebecca Howcll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howell of had a hamburger supper on the Putman Street, is spending the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Emerson's -home Friday evening. The participation was "good. The proceeds, $23.95, will go to orphans in Egypt. The Christian Church will have a church dinner Sunday June 15, honoring Fathers Day and June birthdays. Those having birthdays DRIVE INI Phon. 3103 Tonite 8:00-10.17 Alio: Cartoon h Newi Starts Wednesday Double Feature NAT STIRLING HOLIOWAY TOP SERGEANT MULLIGAN · with MAMORIE RIYNOIOS Pony If Miniature RkJti Golf *Monk«y Vill.g* summer with Mrs. Howell's mother, and Rebecca's grandmother in Southern Arkansas. Two trucks from the Springdale Fire Department answered a call to the West End Coffee Shop early Monday morning. A small blaze around one of the stoves was put out and little damage was done. Miss Boyd, sister of Bob Boyd, was taken from her home in the Sonora community to the Holt Convalescent Home in Springdale by a Callison-Sisco ambulance Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mattie Sutton, mother of Mrs. Clenn Sutton of Stony Point community was taken to the City Hospital Monday morning in a Callison-Sisco ambulance. Bill Nelson, Rodger Faust, and John Purtle returned over the weekend from Little Rock, where they attended Boys State at Camp Robinson. The fourth boy who attended, Joe Reed, went on to South Arkansas to visit. Marriages John Nick and Miss Agnes Rc- bac, both of Chicago, 111., were married June 7 by Chancellor Thomas F. Butt. Everett E. Jones and Miss Lea- cllen Kirk, both of Miami, Okla.. were married June 7 by County Judge Witt Carter. Louis Winford Bcltis, Curdon, Ark., and Miss Lois Josephine Lind, Little Hock, were married June 5 by the Rev. Frederick A. Gumz. Hugh Ward Hinklc and Miss Betty Gertrude Matthews, both of Fayctteville, were married May 29 by the Rev. E. M. Logue. An outstanding flavor--Junge's Romnn Meal Bread. 11-19-tf HttVY MIXED ARKANSAS trailer Htrtchtry Summer ..... MALLORY PANAMA STRAW HATS It's time to choose your new straw hat. Hunt's has a wida selection by Mallory in smart creams, tans, and natural colors. You can choose the style of hat best for you . . . Hunt's has a l a r g e variety of crown styles. Don't delay. Select a Mal| lory today. Genuine imported Baku . . . finest quality . . . extra light weight . . . Cravenetfe processed. MALLORY ama Straw with Craven / Sheds showei scoo Pan. Hat Perfect! Wonderful! Ideal I It's the finest way of all to please DAD on his day. Simply stop in and write out a handsome MALIORY Gift Certificate to his name. Then watch how much he enjoys an that picking a Distinctively styled bcst - MALLORY of his own choice. Priced from $5 to $10 ... others $1.98 up. All Sizes. m o o t h L i g h t - qualit" M a d e ,00 Cool! Cool! Cool! SPORT SHIRTS for DAD · Short Sleeve · French Crepe · Seersucker · Bold Rayons · All Sizes · Solids 1 98 The sport shirt is the smart way to summer comfort . . . to coolness and easy fit. Come in today.- Another Group of SPORT SHIRTS Give Dad a Sport Shirt for Father's Day. 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