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June 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Obituary Mn. Chra B*H« Todd Springdale -(Special)- Funeral conducted Friday «ervir«j were afternoon for Mrs. Clara Belle Todd, who died Tuesday. The Rev I. H. -Burgess was in charge-of the services at Callison-Sisco Chapel. Burial was in Friendship cemetery. Pallbearers were Elmer Johnson, Lee Donagey, Gordon Cate, of Chelan, Wash.. Ervin of Fiy- etteville, and Vol of Patrick- three daughters, Mrs. Edith Hankins and Mrs. Ernie Hankins, both of Thorney, and Mrs. Bobby McConnell of Fayettevillp; two bro- thcis, Tilden of Fayetteville and Granvel of California; two sisters ' Mrs. Grace Hall and Mrs. Ruth I Hanna, both of Prairie Grove; 2.1! grandchildren and one great] Funeral arrangements under direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel are incomplete. · o-.', *-'uii4uji ^.aie, 1 John Downum, Ralph Miller and ! ,, ,, . Charlie Rogers. Mn. Mary Ann Plummtr Springdale -(Special)- Funeral services, were to be conducted at 3 o'clock this afternoon fnr Mrs. Mbt Eifen* V. Van Guilder Funeral services for Miss Eilene V. Van Guilder, Fayetteville realL M f r y A n n Plun;mer ' 9 I - ot Spring- estate woman who died Saturdav ill 16nRout f 1' who di(Kl Saturday, were conducted at 10 o'clock this I J ' Kernck was to con- morning at the Nelson Funeral 1 rl I* '".!"*!. at . Callison - Sisc ° Home Chapel by the Rev. Robert^ 1 ""* 1 ' W1 h bunal Moffett. Burial was in th, r,T r .! Gr _ ove *TM'ery. Moffett. Burial was in the Fairview cemetery. Pallbearers were: Glen ! A. Cowan, W. H. Summer in Shady | Survivors Delzcll. --.- are one son, Mack jTrowbridxe of Fayetteville- one £· I adopted daughter, Mrs. Marie Mc^ | Cann of Springfield, Mo.; two sis- Kansas Williom I. Patrick William L. Patrick. 68. a lifetime resident of Patrick, Ark., died at his home early this morning. The son of Maride and Maggie Patrick, he was born August 27, 1883. He is survived by his wife, Nan- | City, Mo., and Mrs. Jadah Davey , , ., . of Carthage, Mo.; four grandchil- dran and six great-grandchildren. Mr$. J«si« May Artman Springdale-(Special)-Mrs. ,,,,- sie May Artman. 38, died Sunday night at the Fayetteville City Hospital following the birth of her still-born son, Richard Artman,' Hf. Wadsworth Dies; Funeral Wednesday Former Senator And Member Of House Is Cancer Victim Washington - (VP) . Funeral services will be held here Wednesday for J«mes W Wadsworth, 74, former senator and representative who sponsored pre-World War II draft legislation and head- ert the commission which drew up the proposed universal military training program. He died of cancer in Emergency Hospital Saturday night after a long illness. Wadsworth was the fourth man in American history to become a member of the House of PriceControl Decision Up In House This Week Washington - (*1 - Absenteeism appeared likely today to be a decisive factor in crucial House voting this week on price control legislation. It may determine whether last week's tentative vote virtually ending all economic controls after June 30 will be aside or be made final. Administration leaders were hopeful they could persuade more i Democrats to be on hand--and re- ! Sometime between the start of Tiain on hand--Wednesday and i '*'' Friday's session and the lime Thursday when the decisive vot- 1 "' lhe . voti n* "n the Tallc amend J\t if Allf ' tntht. 1 4 2 mfkmHarr n\n*t «» t i Many Deawcrala Abienl Democratic absenteeism was the dominant factor in the voting. Only a h a n d f u l of Democrats were among the Mt members voting for « t , the price control amendment and almost all the 88 opposing it were Democrats. cy of the home; three sons, Edgar I Jr . Mrs." Artm.n wa»"born" January 30. 1914, at Spring Valley. Ark., the daughter of W. O. and Minnie Mae Southern Davis. She was a member of the New Hope Baptist Church. Besides her husband, Richard, she is survived by three daugh- Representatives after serving in the Senate. A Republican from Western New York State, Wadsworth was active Jes- throughput his career in building "·-- 'up the nation's defenses. After two terms in the Senate and nine in the House he retired in 1950, only CHOKED^ GAS? TIUHK HCAVZNSIU MI ,t,,ck, tre Ju.ticia Indllilllon. Whin It rtrikea. t.ke Bsll-, M Ubltu Thfj oonl.ln the ,,.,.....,, · ··«TM-icnni MIC in survived oy inree daugn- SSS »" ? ±',°. r ':" '!" """ « ":?· Martha-Mae Gibson of Hind,- kuftburii, iu W.lls, (*. tot. FUtrt, It e c u 11 (MNMINt In T * · r tMk'i Cctar ville and Wanda Fay and Alpha Christine Artman, both of the home; two sons, Floyd Lee «nd Weldon Eugene Artman, both of the home; five brothers, Robert C. Davi Vakima, Kan., and Mrs. Ethel La'wson, Mrs. Ervene Artman and Mrs. Grace Farrish to be called back into public service last year by President Truman to head the National Security Training Commission. T h i s group worked up the universal military training program approved by the Senate and 'still und»r by the House. = the Callison-Sisco Funeral Home, are incomplete. ng is due. Only 214'of the 432 House mem- «rs were present last Friday af- ernoon when the House tentative- y adopted an amendment to end controls on everything not allocated or rationed at the consumer level. Price Administrator Ellis Arnall said Saturday the amendment would make the controls law a completely unworkable "monstrosity." He said, if it becomes law, he would recommend complete scrapping of price controls. See. Higher rriec* Economic Stabilizer Delegates Of Arkansas Meet Gen. Eisenhower "Significont," Says Speck Of Interview In Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas-UPKSi* of Ar-- rt ....* .., c ..-uiir, .irvcrai jcss.'^ansas' J l - m a n Republican dele- controversial bills and possibly a lotion mrt w i t h Gen Dwighl D multi-billion appropriation bill j Eisenhower here Saturday night financing the foreign aid program ! a n d Jefferson W. Speck of French round out the House program. I man's Bayou termed the meeting Committee; Fort Smith. and Harry Pollack. VMA by thouuMU ta li*t«--Junie'i Roman ment, 142 members, most of them Democrat, wandered from the House chamber and didn't return. The price control bill, officially ! known as the defense production i act, it the main business before j the House this week. A long-ramie I shipping One Kill** In Fight Mexico Cily-urvone dead and f i v e wounded mrn were brought lo local hospitals last n i f h t and the wounded reported they had hern in a political fight between Mexico City and Pachuca. .Ifl miles northeast of here. The condition of the men was too serious for them to give further details. Many RnlrhlM In Hunt K*ng Hong Kong-UP)-A Hong Kong newspaper said today three or four persons are committing sulrlde every day in this British colony because of unemployment and fl- i nancial difficulties. j NewMt Bird Sljlf London -i/f)- The fashionable : ; b i r d ibont town Is building h e r ; nest in aircraft this year, and e n - ; Rlneers at London Airport n o w ! have In board up planes taken to ; the h a n g a i s (or overhaul. 'i S U T T L E ' i ISSO STATION Cor. W. M«inl.l. fe Schwl SU. PHONE 12 Powtr Lawn MOWMI FOR KENT OR SALE McCamn BUI First item of business before the Senate today was a stitutional amendm* ...,.,;, Roger L. · a president si?.e private property Putnam said lifting of controls' ««pt as Congress might direct j "highly significant." mnesj oeiore the s P ech . GOP c a n d i d a t e for gov- a proposed con! ' rno j' 0 ' Arkansas and Kisenhower- ment forbidding , P r f s i d e n t stale chairman, said private property L . " lfcnni «».v all of Arkansas' Mr.. Eliu |*|,h«r mc; five brothers, Robert s P r n«°'aJe-(Special)-Mrs. Eliia 'is of Hindsvile, Deward of Belz "«, '3, of Lowell died Satur- a, Wash., Ernest O., Olivet day at lht hom « of her daughter, tan., and Carroll and Darrell Mrs - Ijtm McGarrah of Frisco lavis of Indio, Calif.; four sisters, s P" n gs community. Mrs. Belzher Irs. Ethel Lawson, Mrs. Ervene was bom in Kentucky, February of Hindsville. and Mrs. Etta Bowlin of Springdale. 5, 1(79 the daughter of Sylvester and Mary Rose Jones. She came . ,, lo Lowell from Kentucky at the Funeral arrangements, in charge age of 10 - Sh * wss * member of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Survivors are three soi.s, William S. Bridges of Monte Ne, John Q. Bridges of Lowell and George D. Belzher of Lowell; one daughter, Mrs. McGarrah; one stepdaughter Mrs. Naomi Wisely of Lowell; five brothers, George Jones of Springdale, Sylvester Jones of Chester, James Jones, Coal City, Ark., Granville, Prairie Grove, and Frank Jones of Oklahoma; two sisters, Mrs. America Turnbloom, San Pedro, Calif., and Mrs. Or» Poor of Pearcy, Ark.; 19 grandchildren and 13 great grand- Dangers of Rectal Troubles FREE BOOK-Explaini Many Aitociatod CandiHont , headache, conitlntlon , nai»». .bdominal KRneW and inteitinal condition! an oftTM uuied by Pile.. Fiitula or Colon uWt. lO-w*. mi* BOOK «. in. the n.tur, of HICK allmenti. ite today--I poiturd will do .; rn .', 0 ," ,*. M1 " 0 '' «"P«al. Suite 18J2. «11 E. Lmwood, Kinill City.3. children. Funeral lervices will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Callison-Sisco Fu- nenl chapel, by the Rev. Mary Taylor Hull. Burial will be in the Rogers cemetery under the direction of the Callison-Sisco Fu- Ineral Home E X C L' U S I V E L 1 Y G E N U I N E A L L I G A T O R styled by Seymour Troy, master designer who creates fabulously expensive originals roylincfs fcr *·· MMtoMd H frfrt, Light and lovely shoes to be worn with assurance . and almost any costume. $29.95 Values 1 095 Us« Our Loyawoy! m*«thln| . . »U.fl plM M, would cause prices on consumer goods to soar so high currenl prices would look like bargains. The House also voted, subject to final action this week, to itrip the Wage Stabilization Board of its power to handle wage disputes and do »way with the present equal representation of labor management and the public on the board. That amendment, offered by Representative Lucas (D-Tex) was adopted by a 176 to «1 vote It would give representative* of the public a majority on the Wage Board »nd would make members subject to Senate confirmation. delegates are uncommitted, but that the Taft group has been Senator McCarran (D-Nev) offer- . ---·· ed this as an aftermath of Presi- * m n e nf t n e m dent Truman's seizure of the steel · "' believe that when the first industry. The Senate hopes to catch up during the week on its backlog of L... ' r House- sla * sen ' House-passed appropriation bills. 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