Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 13, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 13, 1952
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MMMrtWtST MKANSM TMHB, Far*tt*vinV ArkanMN, FrUar, June 13, 1*52. Special Edition In Honor of Arkansas Press Association 1952 .OFFICERS A. P. MURRAY, President Wynne Progress HUGH PARK, 1st V. P. Van Buren Press-Argus J. E. DUN LAP, JR., 2nd V. P. Boone County Headlight ·no:.,. ,:,i ;,,, U1; ,,. -°»"V re K ard*d aa routine - t h e P.ama IX, Frought w i t h .him from WW( , g whf - n th( , v R0 8r , op p in|f for j , hp ^^~ o n - l ui.ny in K,,r,-H J«b of « gas-meter reader Switzerland h.s queen and their i a suit of clothe-. bolteTed^rl, pr,,rr.;t w i t h d r a w a l ol i The c r y of "gasman" by meter , baby daughter A n H r n , thi. ia ,r » i ' -TT. " , ion, r, M h t a r y for reread era visiting rmllion» of homes c [ ad m n a v a l lln i form . y, e bp. th * h , l t tle woman fnrtf an vrnct ** *ril v V day nrj flew uvt;rx inarmed prir his aides. Mo. Tiitney, said: "T_ Id call !··--*-'n«-_ Chin' s ground" headt-- said: "Tell t «ch the Tain I want t\ statement tii eat Christmaa 1 r an expression ut it Was mis Kane at the ti was possible ' back to Amer k wag plannc-i rs movement f moved up U»- , The TeaU) east coast o- sweep over i 'j-my alongf tl a giant pocke TO great for .te compiand .ison with To: i each other. --* Center hem were intaln wlldei thin · South atElecti IS, Syria, Ij Hachem ly and men idenly resi 3 Shishe' E authorit ly, 44, i" who 1 i the Scei tepped Arabnat act wasi ective WELCOME Members of the Arkansas Press Association to disassociate herse ally from her sister, who has re- rvroor. «,«» » ^x ~ · -- ~J J is "° w ! wa » lon«'y- I've just moved hf re pw-iO.i , Jf^, seeking her own career as a red- from Qhicsgro and I thought it was r ShisBHdy suddenly head. She admitted it Isn't easy Mud of her." arrested Dr. Marotn* to get producers to think of her as "It wa« a~" - · - · · · - - ( one-night pro-Rus- a single personality. , and his cabinet be- " K *« always been this · history. Many Change* JToday, after a year of struggle than th uildin -d th nh star cse nar get a d tinder am to .. rule in if brlriK wives go ts and r empty I aings. evi looking I 'S. 3U wil) fi 1 of Jap; ted in pri .Jng U fn pre-war j ffs averag y used to d that whil s Okinawa! iin, Burma, ·n't like it e price on t: r home grow L«nT The income awan \1llagc 1 ir a day. Hi 'ents fi d^y rrn nd buy s c h ·hlldrrn and c, !y. And hia : iomc home ir( Jig slra* hats ,for some Amoi for $10 a rnor will get a joh In th'' clos where Jiving t; the family wi time jobs. The white been hit ha have paid pert $40,000) Ifrfc Em it by Shlshekly was £, lri,t over the govern- w\ ed Damascus radio, know jple that the " army's wh"" is to preserve Syria's J sovereignty, and in- c The statement said ' dressed us alike ANNUAL SPRING CONVENTION Friday and Saturday, June 13 and 14 a y has a firm " held b£ Co»tlnu»l k - David L*Sage ' and Mrs. Lore r . daughter, Mrt the other apaj i Fireman Pit 1 Cd. No 1 Bufl ing glass and Franclt hosplt Heavy smok iwa« suffered i .to forever maintain the integrity of the press of Arkansas v" Of an organization I oriraniz^tion wnt-o u/ri1U*n The t rnomlir-rc In i,,,.,.^,^.^ u « »..i n .· . . . * 'The need of an organization I organization were written, for the m u t u a l protection of the! constitution slated that the publishers in the The! members, to increase the useful- first i ness of the publishing industr; aid in the bsuermc-nt of th tate' . . . -, . , . · . . i ·-- -'} l "e improvements, a n d other i m p r . . . - - - - - - --. A r : Arkansas and merit the confidence association was founded have mcnts in all phases of f a r m i n g Kansas Gazette, was the clarion and patronage of our clientr-le. j gujdwl the organization throuch i Thu Balanced F a r m i n g contest "It shall be the purpose nf the 70 years of progress. " : is for i n d i v i d u a l familii-s association to promote the interests Going further than maintaining i the community contest pi of the publishing industry, to op- a critical preservation of the free-1 for cooperation of all familie: while . vides , ' W. R. WHITEHEAD, 3rd V. P. Magnolia Banner-News K. A. ENGLE, Treasurer Little Rock, Democrat expanding state. At a meeting of 19 newspaper- Association was founded with Colonel Smithee elected its first president. Within the next few dnvs a con manager of the Association, heads an office in Little Rock that functions as :t ir/.-nern! c!esrin§ house for information to the benefit of all ne^"spapers in the state. The Central Office issues a confidential report weekly to its members, containing general in- f o r m a t i o n ; publishes a monthly . ., ... - . . . - i ,, - -- i - - - " ^....v. ,....,^... magazine, the Arkansas Publisher; promote u n i t y of thought and ae- Two such programs are t h e ! The Association assisted in plans . m a i n t a i n s a news m a i l i n g service, lion in all matters of common i n - . Balanced Farming p r o g i a i n , ' to m.ike the University of A r - : and opcrafs a commercial clipping improve conditions u n d e r ; launched six years ago. and the ' ......... '. ' " .." theNndustiy operates, c u l t i - ' H u r a l Communit call for tho newspapers of Arkansas to band together association to meet the c problems of newspapers experi- ] pose the publication of prop's- dom and integrity of'the Arkansas i unincorporated communities in cncmg. the growing pains of an ganda under the guise of news, to press, the Association has helped j carrying out both i n d i v i d u a l and a/firm the obligations of news- in inauguration and served as a I community improvements both as papers to be frank, honest and j sponsor in programs of general ' to farm practice: and community i OTI i u A t T f i - T. . r 1 ··!·- ·· ··· t" "r»* "ni.i iji ftviiti 111 n» i i t i n in ti' men in 1873, thn Arkansas Pross fearless in editorial expression, to | benefit to the proRress of the state. · pnu-rpriscs. terest, which stitution ;md by-l;iwi of the new j vale friendly relations between it-;; Program, now in its second ij«s itudent paper ;i d a i l y pub: bu!0;iu. A stale newspaper ^' - ly Improvement licatio/i. IL also worked for and I rectfiiy and ratebook is published year, obtained recognition of a bachelor I a n n u a l l y by Ir.e Association. W. H. PARKER, Manager Litth Rock C. A. VERIECK, Director Fordyc* Newi-AaVocat* S. M. HODGES, Director Otctola Times R. L. FISHER, Director Yell County Record W. E. HUSSMAN, Director Comden Daily Newi S. E. GEARHART, Director Northwest Arkentet Timei

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