Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 13, 1952 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, June 13, 1952
Page 3
Start Free Trial

Mft ARKANSAS STILL - | buildings were started, and nol i schools had been huilt. but one total of $50.800 had Tom he oic backlog piled up during [of 96 jobs estimated to cost $569 the war years. They don't expect .150. the bottom to fall out of the con- structinn business. Records Compared The same period this year: Thirty-two homes at $188,500; , Publisher In Dallas, Dies Dallas-Wl-Tom C. Gnoch, 72, publisher of the Dallas Times Her- p-f. j r* j jiuii.»-iwv jiumi-.s ai jioo.ouii. i'u'"i.-.uri IM mt'ijaiias i l m e s n e r s i-omparea three commercial buildings at $36.-| aid, died at his home todav after borne changes in the building 500; O ne industrial structure at i «n illness of seven weeks As pre- picture are apparent m rompar-l $1,000; no apartment houses. I ident and editor-in-chief of the % GALLON . Vanilia Ice Cream 63c Holland Bra. locker Plant - , no a p a r m e n mg records of the first five schools or churches; 47 repair -- -- · · · · - jLiiwuift vt uuui nies; 11 repair i of 1951 with records cov- j 0 b s at $47.166; and 13 miscellan- ng the first five months of theieous permits at $4.515. Totals are Times Herald. Gooch had guided SUPER! the destiny of the newspaper and " ~ - · · - ·*· "" i ruua peunits at 91,010. loiais areil's radio station. KRLD since the current year. New construction -inn jobs estimated to cost $277,-' dralh of its founder, Edwin J private and business -- is dnwn.'ggi. · | Kie?t, in 1941 But repair work and alterations! ar Th°r n ou*h ihHaTof May, , 95 ,, ! ARKANSAS' 22 - *"·' °- H.-46 new residences had been com-. CONTINUED rnoM PAGE ONI pleted or started in Fayetteville. Claude Fuller, .Eureka Springs; HICIITU ui »ini teu in r ayeneville. "-untie rujiei, .c,uieKa springs; This year, only 32 had been start- ' Charles Harriett, Batesville; Terry ed or finished. Ten commercial i Smith, Panigould; Fnrrest Rnsse" Funeral services for Farrel O Hanna. Fayptteville. who died yesterday, will be conducted Brewer, Little *" "i IMIIMU'U. i en commercial; l ; a l " ' i""K"titu, I structures had been erected last I Little Rock; Ted year coi t.iared with three thisj Rock - "3ar. | (Alternate delegates from North- 0'. the olher hand, only 27 re- j v -' cst Arkansas include Dick Simp iir and alteration permits for an i snn ' E " rek a Springs; S t o r n Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. Phont 27. West Fork, Ark. estimated $50,800 worth of work | were issued through May of 1951. ' J' hn ' e . v ' siloam Springs; ,!. p. morrow at 2 p.m. in the McCord Community House hv the Rev, Fred McClung. Burial will he in the McCord cemetery. William M. Craig William M. Craig. 75, resident of fi80 Storor, died last night at . X-.l... II Mm Far On* (stale Association of Utter Car- Los Angeles - id'. - The N'FL r '* r anrf La dim Auxiliary, champion Ram traded fullback flick Hoerner and in other players to Ihr Dallas Texarn yeMerdav for All-Atnenra In ike TIMM--II em. linehnrk'- I * er. .eilrr Carrlm Meet Hoi Sprlnirs. A i k -^T'-An es'I- niated 20n Arlcin!.ls letter rar- nrr^ ^nd u-np= gathernrl hcrp Vi- dav for Ihp Iflth .inni'al Ar'.anri" SUPER! --,, ,,-. ---. Fayetteville; George BU o'clock TMM? «W Throlig-h the same period this yean ,, "' * ort Smith; Rutherford J. an illness of a few days Mr Craig 47 permits--almost twice as many I Ross ' Fort Smith; and Dwight was horn August 23 ' 1876 at Sa-had been issued calling for an i Nlchols . Eureka Springs. 1L - -estimated 547,166 worth of work.!- '~~~ So, while the overall cost estimate · FrCnCH PlonCS BldSt i has slipped slightly the number of: ./· . · , e i i · | repair and channe jobs has al-; Vtefminh Supply LlflC most doubled And there is less Hanoi. Indochina - f,p| - The difference between the , French Air Force blasted the Com- .... . the son of John,and Martha Craig. He had lived in Fayet)eville 10 years, coming here from the [Savoy and Wedington rommuni- | ties. In March of 1903. he was married to the former Laura Bell Howell at Savoy. In addition to his wife of the home, he is survived by four LIVING INSICNIA-Some of the 1200 hoys and girl, attending the.annual -HClllh round-up, held this year at Kansas SI ", College ,n Mannntlan, Kan., formed this living representation of heir msiRma. Usms their Heads and Hands, and putlms tUr Hearts into the projec!. they presented this picture o Hen thy Amcncanj-qulh, thus porlrayin E the four li's m their nlcdac Through May of 1951 permits. Fifty-four fighters and 20 were issued for 46 residences cs- American-supplied B^B bombers timated to cost $219,700. Ten com- roared over Colonial Route No 3 mercial buildings were approved Wasting all spans and fords used at a cost of $264.800, and one in- by the Vietminh for transporting dustnal bmldmg costing $6,0001 war equipment and supplies ret was approved. No apartment i ceiveri from lied China. Amazing NEMf Rubber-Base tfall Paint Now painting is lew fugg, lose work, lean expense -through Du Pont HwsarcVi! New FLOW KOTE WaU Paint goes on fast and easy with brush or roller, covers solidly, dries in 30 minutes. You'll like painting with FLOW KOTE ... it has no unpleasant mior... and you can dean your brush or roller in a jiffy by washing in water. \ Velvet-smooth FLOW KOTE keeps yoiir home fresh . . . lovely. Once the finish is thoroughly hardened, dirt, grease, and grime can be washed !off in a twinkling. You can make up hundred*'of smart color ·chemes with exciting FLOW KOTE colors, ranging from soft pastels to modern middle-shades nnd dramatic deep-tones. For long-range beauty nnd wonomy, get FLOW KOTE, the rubber-bane paint preferred by professional painters! LEWIS BROS. CO; Inc. Phone 246 Sar« the turfiKe and vow tave all! children; three great grandchil- · rlren; two sisters. Mrs. Max K.-ip.' Ian and Mrs. Dorothy Wolfe of · Chicago. 111. I Funeral services have been ten-! tatively planned for 3 o'clock to- I morrow afternoon at the Weding- J ton Church by the Rev. O. 1,. I Lierly. Burial will be,in the Wed-1 ington cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. ZS'SO.SS DON'T BELIEVE IN SIGNS-Mouth-\\ jtering appeal of pricej on I his hotel restaurant sign just arc:i't so. Proprietors of this nld Cleveland. Ohio, hotel put up the sign in 1934, when a dollar was I l.° ]iar i Sn 4 jyst "ever got arqund_to taking U down. RAGSDALE Carpet Cleaning Co. 326-A NO. WEST ST. Hom»malc*n oil about town art bulling about our fabuloui carpet cleaning icrvic*. And for good rcaionl W« pick up your rugt and torp«ti-cl*an th»m thoroughly, gently, in our modern plant, with a car* ond caution that'i incomparable. We insure your floor coverings, t o o . . . If your carpet is a wall-to-wall installation, we'll come to your home, on the day and at the time you specify, ond clean it beautifully in a matter of hours. Call us today. CONTRACT CARPET LAYING HANDBINOING -- MOTHPROOFING Spccialiiing in Cleaning and Repairing ORIENTAL RUGS The Courts Circuit Court Raymond Stewart nf Faycttr- ' ville liled suit yesterday aliernom against Edwards Hatchery, Inc., 01 ' Missouri, and Charles Yates for $30,000 as the result of a De- \ cember 5, 1951, traffic accident in ' r ayettevii'e. i Stewart alleges he was driving his motorcycle east on West Moun! . ain Street at 15 miles per hour when a bus owned by the hatch- ' ery and driven by Yates turned . across his path, striking the motorcycle. ·' Jn his complaint, Stewart says j he suffered severe injuries o' the ; right hip, knee and leg and to his i · back. He seeks a $:)0,000 judgment. '; Federal Court In a decision late yesterday Federal Judge John E. Miller of Fort Smith directed that Dameron I Mills of Missouri could recover i nothing in a suit against Otis Wat- ; son and others. The firm sought judgment for a feed bill. The court ' ruled the feed supplied, was sub- ; standard. The complaints were ' dismissed. i Judge Miller also dismissed Wat- | son'- counter-claim against the plaintiff. The plaintiffs had asked judgment for $.18,711. j RAIN BOW'GIRLS- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI expected Sunday. Formal opening, to which the public is invited, will begin at 9 a. m., Monday with the welcoming addresses to be given by Dean Henry Kronenberg of the Univer- , sity College of Education; Dean of Women Miss Jeannette Scudder; Mayor Powell M. Rhea .of Fay- ettevillc and Superintendent of Schools Virgil T. Blossom. Fraternal greetings will be extended by Mrs. Billie Lee Griffith, worthy matron of the University , chapter of Order of Ihe Eastern · Star; Harold Roberts, worshipful ' master Washington '.orige Xa. One; Dr K. A. Long. K. C. C. H. ' Royal Arch Masons; Leslie M. Green, K. C. C. H. grand conductor of the Council; R. L. Mad- I clox, K. C. C. H. .Scottish Rite i bodies; Joel A. Bunch, prosirlent : Northwest Arkansas Shrineri; ' Carl Underwood, grand master councilor of DeMolays: Miss Lois Mitchell, worthy advisor Fayette- vill» Assembly No. 14. The program will include dedi- · cation of the Grand Assembly by Miss Dixie Ann Walker, grand worthy advisor. The Grand Cross of Color dinner will be held at the Uark Bowl with a Or.ind Cross rrr«- · mnny, at 7:.tO ,,. m .. with the Fayetteville Assembly in charge. The ceremony will he held in Ihe women's gym on the University ram- pus. The session will close Tuesday night with 8 banquet, followed by · dance, with both events scheduled at the Student Union. An outstanding flavor- .lunge's ' Roman Meal Rread. 11-19-tf ' Kf»n up wUh tht time.--read thf T1MB8 HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Irailar Hatchery Special Purchase! First in Fayctteville Season Closeouts from Junior House Skirts, blouses, dresses as only JUNIOR HOUSE con fashion them. Come in early tomorrow! Skirts Dresses 8.93 12.95 = $C98 5' $-759 Sizes 9-15 Blouses S $ l" Short Sleeve Organdy · main floor front WELCOME newspopor men and women to Fayetteville. Pay us a visit while you're in town.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free