Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 21, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 21, 1952
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NOITHWtfT ARKANSAS T1MIS. FeyMMvilt*, Arkamw. Sahmtoy, Jimt IT, IM* -East Germans Weld Powerful Force While Allies Dicker Over One-Uniform Army Bonn, Germany -()- Commu-; ijjst East Germany is whippinc together a new Red Wehrmacht. to threaten the, west while t h e * fref world faces a twn-ycar wait: Jor West German manpower to, plug the japs in Europe's defense. This is the menacing fact con-, frnntjnjt the west as six Kuropran' nations debate whether lo merge thc*ir armies into a united defense force. Mobilizing the manpower ind industry of Western Germany in the A t l a n t i c defense system depend? on thr verdicts of ihe six European parliaments to the proposal to create a one-uniform array. Th* Germans cannot put Special Offer We hove too much money tied up in Capeheort Radio Combinations, and will offer an unheard of Trade-in price for your old set. These all play all types of records, and the tone can't be duplicated. Come and see us or phone. For the balance of June we are making a Special Price on all Floor Lamps Automatic Appliance Co. 11-13 N. BLOCK PHONE 133 a single mm into uniform until the Ruhr, continental Euror*'i the parliimtnti hive acted. industrial complex and Germiny'i Allied and German off'd»!«' arsenal in two world wars, here predict it will be October, at Eastern Germany is at best a least, before the West German,! second class Soviet satellite 11 French, I t a l i a n and Benelux par-| has only IS m i l l i o n people and Laments f i n a l l y r a t i f y the Kuro.; » rantr industrial u n d e r p i n n i n g pean army plan-if they do. ; but in the impending arms race · T h e n the long pull begins to: the East O f r m n n s i ron | ca || v w i n create from scratch West German hold the erije over the West Oer- divisions that could help h u r l ! mans during the next two crucial back any Rusiian drive to the years. WMl - · The reason is the agonizingly Allied and German authorities! long t i m e it will take lo t r a n s f o r m believe the West Germans will West Germans i n t o h a r d - h i t l i n c , need at least two years--perhaps s w i f t - m o v i n g c o m b a t groups. Jonger--to mobilije. train, and Meanwhile across the Iron Cur- equip the 400,000 troops they have tain, Communist East Germany promised to provide for the Euro- has embarked on r e a r m a m e n t promised to p pean army. Redi Have ftO.OOO Men Soviet-occupied East Germany has just lunged into a remilitarization program calling for vast expansion of their Russian- trained cadre Army by the end of with typical t o t a l i t a r i a n methods and a whirlwind recruiting campaign. West Pork Mr. pnd Mrs. F. W. Richard.'! ".- ",' " lc ^' ll * KI ivir. pna Mr?, r. \v. mcnarn! this year. This force of trained' have as their guest Mr. Richards combat troops--officially called.sisler, Mrs. Helen Kent, and Mrs. the "people's p o l i c e " -- a l r e a d y ' R i c h a r d s ' sister, Mrs. I. J. M i n - ' numbers 60.000 men. ' :nick, both of Chicago. 111. By the end of 1953 the East: Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Waters have German Communists are expected l a s their guest t h i s week their son to place at least 12 divisions! and daughter-in-law, Mr. and totalling 180,000 men at the serv-.Mrs. .lames Wclers and children ice of Moscow. The Communists of Oak Harbor, w?«h. expect to mobilize a total of 25, Miss Suzanne Williams is in divisions and 3T5.0DO men when - Rogers, where she will work this their program is completed. | summer. West Germany has agreed to raise 12 divisions of ground troops, an air force and a defensive navy more injured today In fierce rebfl guerrilla attack on a paMtnger train 90 mile* north of here. KGRN BATURUAI BVKNI* flMHJ lx»mbardj on the Air 6:15 Starlight Timt fl'30 Ncw 6.45 Or.ark Sport? Review 7:00 Twenty Questions 7:30 MOM Theatre of Iht Air MOM Theatre ot the Air fl:30 l/imbardn on the Air Miss Mtlva Karnes left Werines- i day on an d e t ' m t i n n a l tour with.' man's can outmatch the East Ger- M J M ,,,,,,,,, Mahonrlv . ^ ^ j FORE! -- Everybody clue was \ playing, «o Sheila Titus, Z, substituted a driver for a putter »nd a baseball for a ball to be the cutest golfer on a Melrose, Mass., course. (NEA) Major Shuffling Of Prisoners Completed 11:110 Chicajn Theatre of the Air !UO Chicago Theatre of the Air 10:00 News 10:15 Dance Orrh. 1(1:30 nance Orch. 10:55 News 11:00 Dance Orch. 11:30 Sign Off marts both in manpower and flrmnmcnt. Western ("Jprmanv Viac - norml.tmn J «« ,TM J t TM s j-''"'' ! ann going to school, left t h i s population of 48 million plus! week for Arkansas City, Kan to = I spend the summer "v.-itn her j parents. j Herbert Argo took t Iruck load j of hogs to Springfield, Mo., Wcri- i nesday to market. CHICK SPECIAL j each HCAVT MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery _ T«W|MM*i llS , · - · "·.·. " M M uri^ ! Koie Island. KorCH-'rl'f-T h e been staying with her g r a n d p a r - j Army said tonight all major shtif- e . n .;'. * nd *?"?* lo scl J otl1 - I e f l '"is i fling of Red prisoners of war on Koje Island is complete. The Koje command, t i n d e r Brii;. Gen. Hayden L B n a t n e r , said well over 70.000 prisoners had been moved in 11 d.ivs St/NDAV MOIMNO 7:011 Freedom Story 7:30 Music for Sunday · :0fl Church of Chriirt 8:30 Fayetteville Baptist Asm. S:45 Central Baptist Church 900 Nazarene Churc 1 9:15 Central Christian Church 8:30 Voice of Prophecy 10*0 Sacred Heart Profraaa 10:15 TIMES Morning; Newt Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 11:00 First Baptist Church i AeVi-fttin IB OH TIMES--It cam % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Halter* IrM. locker Plant Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS CITY HOSPITAL Phone 1200 GAS. Phone 2160 AeeouNTiNa-MoontN ·USINIU ceumii ------------. TRAIN FOR CIVIl SIRVICE JOBS SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COURSES FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS PHONE 11 H. O. DAVIS. PREB. CITY WATER PIANT. Phono 721 UOHT AND POWIR. Phene 2200. IUTUAL INIUDANCf FIRE. Mien. 75 POLICE. Phone )| On The Radio NIMV Ynrk-i/l'.i-TnnpcH: NBC - 7 Jane Ace Records; 7:.!0 ; Stars in K h a k i snd Biijr; a J u d y ; C a n n v a ; 8:30 G r a n d Ole Opry ' ; CBS - 6:30 Gun Smoke Western; I 7 (Jenp A u t r y Western; 7:30 T a r - ' zan; 8 Gang Busters. i ABC - 7 Dancing P a r t v ; 9 H o u r ' i ' o f Music. I MBS - 7 Twenty Questions; 17:30 Theater of Air; 8:30 Lorn- I bardo Music. Burma Guerrilla* Attack Hangonn. Burma -'flV Fifteen persons were killed and m a n y S UNO AT 12:00 News with Vandevente? 12:15 Piano Portraits 12:30 Show Tips and Show Tuna 1.00 BASEBALL St. Ixiuls Cardinals Vj. Boston Braves 2:30 Bandstand U.S.A. 3.00 3:30 3.55 Mystery Hall Under Arrest Bobby Benson ·UTO OLASa- AUTO GLASS t MIRROR SHOP Automebilt Glasj Inilalled Olaia Tafcln -- Platt Glatt -- Mirrori ' Mirror ResilTiring, Clais Furniture Topi ALL WORK GUARANTEED 119 Wett Mtadow. Phon* 2720 AUTO turriiii FAYETTIVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II EAST MOUlfTAIM FAVETTEVILLI, ARC FHOHE 7»a Cronkthoft Grinding Mater Rebuilding Porn F»r Ail Can and Trucks SINES BODY SHOP Specialiiinj In Boar and Fendtr Work, Painting, Safety Clan, Upholiiarbif, Seat CoT«n. 227 W. Dickton Phono 1*6 'CLIANIIU e, LAUHDHr CITIZENS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 326 N. Wett Phone 2146 Phona 977 Complete Drug Stere Service. Free Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 P M. PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 411 Dickton St. FarttleTill*. Ark. Washington County Fanners Nuhiil Fire Insurance Organized 1922 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phone 180 209 North Block Street Indispensable For Summer NIW« » T A N O CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Fernwrlj- Fowler 1 ! Fruif and N.w. Stand) ·THE BIG LITTLE STORE" in FAYETTEVILLE at 4U WEST DICKSOH PHOKE 114 PLUMCINC- JOHNSON PUJMBM6 AND HEATIN6 CONTRACT OR REPAIR Cernsr Spring and School. ph ont |fl60 HKVICI T-1TT1UII WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE TOR ALL CARS £L.^?*!' A1 P Bmw ' Wtl "' "·'·"ti FRAME AJID AXLE STRAIGHTENING l i t S. COUtOI, r-AYITTEVIUI, ARK. PHONE 772 4:0(1 4:30 The Shadow True Detective Mysteries 5:00 5:30 5:55 Sunday Down South Nick Carter Cecil Brown SUNDAV NIGHT «:00 Meet Your Congress 6:30 News C:45 Christian Sdenre Program 7:00 7:30 The Great Day Show Methodist Church 8:30 Favorite Stories »:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 Top Ten Top Ten Top Ten University Hour 10:00 10:15 10:30 News Political Picture Slpi Off 9:30 8.50 MONDAY MOMONO Rise N 1 Shln« RFTJ 1480 fi:00 Rise N 1 8hln« 6:30 Market Report and WtiUm 6:35 Rise II 1 Shin« «:45 Stork Talk Tim* 7:00 7:90 7:45 Korfee K u p Kapera Otaaco Nexa Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleifh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 0:30 TIMES Mornlnf Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 3:00 Morning Melodies 0:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for * Day Sue Burnett 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 BauckHge Commentary 11:25 Curl Smith j 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report Nei tTe»t- LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER "KlgM en rfcc Hiway--tight on ffce fr/ee" N. COLLEGE PHONE 1212 IWiLRY ' Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIDI SOUARI Designed lo defeat the hot w r a l h r r -- a c h a r m i n g hare top rires.= l h a t is as fresh and k p a r k l i n g as a J u n n rr.orninjj. M a t c h i n c j n r k e t i; edjed all around sleeves and f r o n t in d a i n t y scallun'- P a t t e r n No. S40S is a sew-rlte pfrfoi-alod p a t t e r n in si?r"; 12 14 IS, IH, 20. Size M. drrss. S'i v'arris of ,10-iiirh, j a c k e t , I1» yards.' For this pattern, send ,10c for RACM, in COINS, your name ad. drnss. sirrs drsirerl, and the PAT- TF.fiN N U M R K l l to Sue Burnett. Northwt Arkansas Times. 1150 Avc. New York .1G. M V Basic FASHION for 'S2 is f i l l e d w i t h ideas to make your clothes biidKct EO f u r t h e r -- tlmo-savlnR and economical deafens t h a t are easy to sew. Gift pattern printed msifle ?.T centi. MONDAY AfTllNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churchtt 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwauon .Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purpl« Safe 1.00 BASEBALL Chicago Cubs Vs. Philadelphia Phillies 2:3(1 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pickin' Time 4:00 Tune Pirk'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5'00 Bnbby Benson 5:30 Wild R i l l Hiekock 5-55 Cecil Brown U*)UOM SAM'S LIQUOR STORE Foyerfev/He'i Motf Uv-To-Oafe MUt FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. PASTEWIZO - NON06BHZD PEERY SIGN AND ELECTRIC SIGNS _ NEON - ELECTRICAL W I R I N G 1-DAY SERVICE ON NEON REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES ON ELECTH1CAL WORK M2 SOUTH SCHOOL PHONI 2601 TAXI MHVICI- 4011 W. DICK80N 0-K TAXI CO. Our Cabt irt now »ouipp«d with J.W«T Ra«lo lo al»« TOU bttttr itrTlcl. For Prompt Text 8«r»lc» call TVMWIIITIM The New ROYAL Family CM help You if there it typing to 4o. Now electric. Now Ston4ord. New Pertable. ALIXANDIR TYPEWRITER CO. i HI SERVICE A VICIOUS OUTRAGE - NATION GONE SPRAY MAD DDT SPRAY IS A DEADLY POISON CITY SnPrR A Y "',? C O N T A M I N A T E S VEGETABLE GAR. DENS AND BLOWS THE DEADLY POISON INTO YOUR FACE., l r r»., hlrdi. bin and h u m a n htlniji ara victimi of th« cily'i «pray rij '" D " T I N M »- K rnnnnrrioN. Th. pni,m,.i h.,nh ! , » . · , " I "V" V 1 "" 1 """"""1. »DT 1, barrel (mm n i V """"' '" b - «"rlmtnnl tn Ih. hrillh of " P '" m " k "' d " rv " w " "" m " n "" T0 OUT or roa ov " M^rdpr'av" (In"."'"n l'''Sl !" * ll " m " " r '"'l v h«riiu f ponnni ^i^rr^ 1 "'" 1 ''"'" ^^«'"''S'«ir?v^ f"c"l '(,"" ,n", a :'n,! ,"j;' ""* "'"' ·*""·" "V rh'imr.l tpr.y, l« ,";.± r r nnvl :,';^,,'; orr ';';,';,,;;;'"""' ·»· ·" ··""· h,, ,,,,,,,.,, , ^mm 1 ,^"' 1 )" "|''' h ''"'" '''."in hw leural thil "Wirtf ·pri-iKt con.-..,.,., i , "l'. m " " nl 1»"ian fnnililiiflt with pnnnnnm DOT nv Ih/" rrn I I w'' "'"f" 1 "" · ""P '"* " "" " l « «hllrlm) »'i!v.' ..... r . .... ' '" '"" P°""n II pMiril nn tn Ihii hurnun h»lna 101 WM! Sttrnnd Si. CLYDE L. IARR To The Voters I am a candidate for county judge of Washington County. I have never asked for public office before, and I wish to take this opportunity to give the people of the county a summary of what I feel are my qualifications for county judge. My parent? were both lifelong residents of Washington County. My mother is a retired school teacher; my father, who is not living, was a minister and a farmer. My education, briefly, includes graduation from Morrow High School, and from the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture, where I finished after returning from World War II service. I majored in vocational education. Following graduation I taught in the ray- etteville school system as an assistant vocational agricultural instructor for three years, when I was again called into service with the National Guard on August 21, 1950, and fought in Korea. Qualifications I would soy first that since I was raised on the farm I feel I know the problems of the farm and the farmer. I further feel that my college work in agriculture gives me a better insight into the problems of farming and rural areas. More important, my work with farmers in practically every community in the county makes me feel that I am well acquainted with the roads in Washington County. I have traveled most 6f them many times. Regarding my military experience, I would first like to explain that I am a civilian who, like many others, have been called to duty during national emi-ncncies. I have never planned to make the / a career. My rank of lieutenant colonel, which I attained while in the Army, means only that I did my job well and stayed prepared. In the Army, I served with artillery units which used heavy equipment and I had the problems and responsibilities of moving this equipment. We hod to be able to tell if we could travel the roads, and many, many times made repairs in order to get through. I hcve moved over roods in the United States, Africa, Italy, France, Germany, England and Korea, and I have seen all kinds -- good and bad. My military experience taught me to work with people. I hove hod tremendous responsibilities in working with people. From an administrative viewpoint I gained considerable experience handling Army regulations, payrolls, and the many records of supplies. I hove hod my share of experience wth all of these. I am sure the administrative features of the county judge's office will not prove too difficult for me. I was responsible for the paying of soldiers every month during my seven years in the Army. During those years I was never short in my accounts or otherwise in difficulty. I am lure I was responsible for enough money to qualify me to handle the county's money. During my military service I hod extensive experience with machinery and equipment of all kinds. I always hod the responsibility for the vehicles, and I feel this experience will help me because maintenance of the county's equipment is important to the office of County Judge. The 936th Field Artillery Battalion, with which I served in Korea, had approximately 180 vehicles. Their upkeep wos a constant problem and had to be watched continuously. From childhood I have been active in church work. I om on elder in the Presbyterian Church of Lincoln. I hove been superintendent of the Sunday School there and served as teacher of a Sunday School class. I om very strong in my religious beliefs. I sing in the church choir, get along all right in a quartet, and ploy the violin and guitar for my own amusement. I am 35 yeors old, and will deeply appreciate your consideration of my qualifications for your county judge. I will be alod to come to any community should the members of any civic organization or other citizens desire me to. I have a non-political program including slide pictures taken in Korea, which I would be glad to present anywhere. I can be reached at Route 2, Lincoln, Ark., phone 650-F-3. I would be very happy to use this means of getting acquainted. Military service has prevented my getting around to see the people as I would like. Thank you, Col, Bill Bush (mdidite for County Jut* Political AdTttilMiHtfil PiU In by CeL ·III L mew ft.

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