Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 19, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 19, 1952
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-- MOHTHWtiT AtK*NIAt Tdgndoy, Jun* i9, 1M2 Handwriting Expert Questions Some Of Signatures On 1951 Controversial Act Little Rock - (At - A Memphis I The analyser, Lintmi Godown, * handwrtling expert returns to the C ttand today to pivp testimony con\ Ing signatures of pHitioiiK Ker'k- 5 ing to refer the contrnversinl 1951 * purchasing art to a popular vote. testified yesterday he believed at least 4(1 nnmos on the petition.', were written by the same person -- Louis Hart of Mule. Hoi*. Jlart culatcd Ihc petitions. Hearings on the luit, which seeks to prevent Act 242 from being Mibmllted to a general vote were resumed yesterday following a two-months recess. The suit, an original action before the Supreme j Courl, v/as filed by two taxpayers. Wnyne Uplnn, Little Rock attorney, is ntSiR for the Supreme A ( ·» . . previously admitted, he had clr- l" n "rt ns special commissioner to Kk^' *-2* ** «· *» * "'f ****** mn» ««·«· «xtt MI Guflmtnn nut vnn WA*J 0ur MI gtss wr ^REAL-KILL BUG KlUfK iwagr tanwtsitt' '**£ **C Prevents Mold and Mildtw Growth Too [OBJBtv SjMitisJ!' lts SE»=Sl *""*!!S» _~ i jJt ·_-=*. i tfikc evidence. Godown nlso said he found "numerous incKularilies in the "handwriting" on the petitions. He testified In behalf of opponents of the referral move, which Is blocking enactment of the 1951 law. The act cannot become effective u n t i l either the tavpayers suit is won or It is approved by voters in the November election. Short Course On Gardening Is Arranged Horticulture enthusiasts from all over the state will |ather here June 24-25 for a short course in gardening on the University campus. Hosts will be the Federated Garden Clubs of Arkansas, the General Extension Service, and the University's Horticulture Department. Mrs. E. A. Matthews of Hot The Courts Ihoncery Court C. E. Bcclcr vs. Lorraine fleelcr: Decree of divorce to p l a i n t i f f . Josephine A n n Hudson vs. James If. Hudson: Decree of divorce to p l a i n t i f f awarding cus- ody of minor child of parties to i l a i n t i i f . Theodore Parsons vs. Belt Parsons: Decree of divorce lainlilf. Springs, president of the Federated Clubs, annonunced the program for the short course today. It includes, on Tuesday morning, a discussion of diseases of roses by Dr. H. R. Rosen, professor of plant pathology, and methods of garden insect control by Gordon Barnes, Extension entomologist. Tuesday afternoon a guided tour through the new Fine Arts Building, a field trip to the Uni- vcrsity's experimental farm, and visit to Dr. Roicn'i noted row far. den, are scheduled. Wtdnecda) morning the club members wil see a practical pruning demon stration, and hear a discussion on landscape design for homes ant public buildings. Then L. H. Burton. Extension horticulturist, will lead a general question and answer session. Chief speaker on Wednesday afternoon will bt Dr. R. F. Beecher, professor of agronomy, who will deal with soil management for ornamental plants. Club members attending the short course will be housed in University dormitories and will eat in cafeterias on the campus. Only about two per cent of wheat flour milled in the United States is whole wheat. EVERYTHING M PIUMIINO and SUPPIMI FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVRNMINT AVI. REVIVAL Now In Progress Big Brush Arbor on lot back ) of Baptist Church-Lincoln, Ark. "The world is tired of sham and false promises. People everywhere are weary, broken-hearted, aqd troubled. Come and find the way to peace and happiness." Services Begin Each Evening, 7:45 Jesse Coleman. Evangelist- Clyde Record. Song Leader Marriages Benny Joe West and Miss Doro hy Lew-alien, both of Springdalc rere married June 17 by 1'. M aker, justice of the peace. James D. Swan of Faycttcvillc nd Miss Mary Lou.McKeehan o cxarkana, Ark., were marriet une 16 by the Rev. James L cut. Maryland Club Coffee guarantees to taste better, at less cost per cup, than *··«* · ^ ...or to give you one dollar!" MARYLAND CLUB tastes tetter at te« cost per op.'** Here's why we 'knqw you'll prefer Maryland Club Coffee! /· Swift's Premium Shankless Smoked ·d Itand C · Maiyland Club Widely AdvtHiitd do "Moiylond Club ~ Widtly Adveitind tiend t 60.0 40.0 ·A«« ·--.«?..rrfr.^'^i'SS WIST by mm "" ,,, iwwn to ""* it Q OUNC»H COIHt CO. OonlTake/llBWKS^fofit ; Taste-Test Maryland Club Yourself! · Discover for yourself why Maryland Club^ is the choice of celebrated hostesses and distinguished hotels, clubs and restaurants throughout the Southwest. Taste-test Maryland Club in your own home against any other coffee on the market. Then, if you don't agree that Maryland Club tastes better, ·t k$s cost per cup--just return to us, by December 31, 1952, the can-strip with your own twenty-five word statement telling us why you don't agree, and we'll ·end you a Money Order for one dollar in cash! The coffee you'd drink if you owned all the coffee in the world! * Excellent for this hot weather, Bake one in the lorning while it's cool; hen serve it cold. Another Quickie Meat Item For Hot Weather MINUTE STEAKS Package of four ' 89c WHEATIES Family-Size Pkg. 21c Coupon in each package good for package of Frostee Ice Cream Mix COFFEE CREAM, !/2 Gal Red pure, rich ice cream !rop Frozen Lemonade or Limeade Dill Pickles Qt. 25c Save Yourself Time and Trouble Serve Our Delicious Potato Salad, Ib49c Cole Slaw . . Ib 49c Lamb Patties, Ib79c Leg o' Lamb, Ib 98c Just Received I Famous Royal Edge Paper Doilies Shop Early! From our wide selection of FIREWORKS Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper All Soft Drinks Ctn. 19c Plus Deposit Some more of those good long, white POTATOES Cheaper 10 /*"N ^""X NKIST A C LEMONS V I DOZ. . . 39c ) Nice, Firm LETTUCE Head . . lOcJ The Sweetest Onions Grown California Red 4 Ibs 35c Santa Rosa Plums Bing Cherries ricots All soft fruits for a cool fruit salad Gray Shopping Canttr 'RECIPE OF THE WEEK \ Coemwt iMbm «· !»·*·«/«,. Xf, 1»1 P«« mimin «F miml. «4 «,,,,,, m fcoieem .ml on lidM tt ».iitk p,, n«n. Chill. M««n«kil., nii H m. ·"I", conMeucK and Mlt In MM. PUI. Stir In ninura *f milk «d »·«. Coot .ml Kir . m a ^j. m n»i until minun ca«M t« · k«i| ·nd il Ihirlmd. RM..T. frm h.., itir into «M ynlki. Owk nd itir " " W l w J »'"«"· '"««. Cnwr

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