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June 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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)»-- MOtTHWKT AMUNiAS TIMIJ. 4 ! , Ark«iML M.ndo y , Jun. 73, U5I The General Visits His Birthplace He Beats The Heat S-iiuril.-iy tooling off after zoo keepers put seven 10(1 pound chunks "f ice in the cane the Russian bears _ Joe's mate is OJga -- call home ' Joe found he could beat the beat hy cooling his hindquarters in t h e 1 pool and nibhlini; at a piece of ire he holds in forcpaw. on greeted the Kencn, I at the airport and .scortcd him to his home. At right s Jack F o r o JKuslon oilman and leader of the Ike for President forces in Texas., federal Denies Democratic Bid llered To Him 2-? Also Says He Is "I Not Interested In "]? Third Party Move V.Donvcr-MV.Prosldcnt Trunun liepubllcnn Nallomil Convention. : forces of what he called » ruthless i The busy aspirant for the GOP steal of Texas conversion delo: presidential n o m i n a t i o n arrived | sates. He called it a "great be- here by p l a n e late last night. He ! Iniyal" of GOP principles, then will mnke a telecast from 9 to 9:15 ! urged f a i r play in the Chicago p. m. (CST) tonight, taking issue | convention nest week, w i t h bis rival, Sen. Robert A. T a f t ' Eisenhower rapped the a d m i n , on mailers of foreign policy. The ; islratinn, which he said is "in- Denver t a l k will be televised na- grown, inbred and incapable " and l i n n a l l y by the National Broad- j invited Democrats and indepcnd- | cas.,n R Company. i P n t votcrs l n jn|n ,,, mislinRP1 ;TM Uenini Rcrolvlnj Offer ! Eisenhower was loudly cheered I by more t h a n son persons who Kisrnhower touched off his fire T at Potsdam in 1045, the president : never offered Gen. Dwighl Eltcn Rower the 1952 Democratic presl dential nominalion. The general is n6t Interestor in any t h i r d parly rnove this year. . .. . . . , - · T , . . . Inld 'urn ho would .support him for This and more were disclosed : a n y l h i n g he w a n t e d D? Eisenhower the past weekend during his swift Western which touched iit Dall..... Vegns, Nev.. and the Hoover Dam. His backers hay t h a i as a re.Mill i^iM-imowiM uiucncu on nis lire- i ' H^'^UII.S wno work* al Dallas, lie denied t h a i ! mct h i n i a l t h p 1 - as Vegas airport. Truman had ever offered him the : . by scv(lr:l1 thousand who stood '32 Democratic nomination. Last ' ln I02 - ri(1 6'ec heat along the road fall A r t h u r Kroclt of the New York ' " oov « Dnm. He returned the cheers with grins and waves from of a five-hour Nevada M M O U I M yes Urday, the general piekc'd up thr Times reported t h a t ttie offer had j been made a n n n cn convertible in w h i c h he In his hook. ' T r u s a d e In i " df w i l h Nevada's Gov. Charles liimpo." Kiscnhower wrote t h a t , ,,' " llssc "- Governor Russell is a ; Kepuhlican, but not a member of ; the Nevada delegation. ! ^ t n c dam, Ike wa.s greeted hy While saying he is not interest- ' Bureau of Reclamation officials swine.! prl in any t h i r d p a r l y movement j w l i n showed him the works. The T "·· t h i s year, Kisenhower declined t o - f i ^ e r a l was impressed. ("iiiirnil hiniM-lf on any f u t u r e dc- j "This is a w o n d e r f u l ac- uT"'. ·,· ,. , comnhshmctil." he said. "It com"','" ;lt 1il " '·" rr TM .'''"OS flood conlrol. irrigation and In a f i R h t n i R speech al Dallas power in one project and it wil s l U l , o Salurduy n i g h t , BUY YOUR TELEVISION from a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP lie accused T a f t ' not t a k e n nut of the taxpayers' · ! pockcls. b u t i s self-paying. . It is believed that the Portugese ,introduced banana plants into the i Canary Islands alter 1102 and Hint lhe plants were carried from the Canaries to the New World. K u l f u r i c acid Is made from hv- drogen. oxygen and s u l f u r . -^- 0" SHCC- IN PERSON! -, FRANKENSTEIN MONSTER THE AWUM° HORROR! Taint--Remodel--Repairs Karate*--Hrrrzewayc No Money Down E«ty Monthly Paymenti DYKE LUMBER CO. 101 St ChlrlM Springdale The Brotherhood of the First Baptist C h u r c h will meet Tuesday nijihl in the d i n i n g mom of the church at 1:30. Dr. Edgar Williamson of L i t t l e Rock will be the speaker for the evening. Miss Kay M c K i m returned home over the weekend from Lake Foil Smith, where she attended the ] Chi Rho Camp for the junior hiyh . group of young people. She was a representative of the First j C h r i s t i a n Church in Springdale. JOG B. Johnson, a 1952 graduate of Springdale High School, is inking basic t r a i n i n g in San Antonio, Texas, at Lackland Air Force Base, He enlisted before completing his education but was not ordered to i duty until he received his diploma. ! The Rev. Stanley Jordan, who : has been on a six-week tour of the Holly Land, is expected to a r ! rive home this week and take i over his duties as pastor of the I First Baptist Church. I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sanders cn- ! tertaincd Thursday night wilh a | picnic supper in their buck yard ; in honor of Mr. Sander's g i a n d ; dnughter. Mrs. Mike U n r u h , Mr. U n r u h . and daugher. Susan, of I Wchita, Kan. They are guests this ! week in the home of Mrs. Unruh's ; mother, Mrs. E. L. McNally on | West Emma Avenue. Other guests I were Dr. and Mrs. E. L. McNally and son, Jimmy. Mrs. Helen Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A l l e n Sanders, and ; Miss Gvnevievc Sanders. I The Rev. W. H. Ludwig s p e n t ' the past week in St. Louis where! lie attended the Western District, i convention of the Lutheran j ! C h u r c h . He is pastor of the local! j Lutheran Church. ' I Mr. and Mrs. Doc Maddox and ' j son, Mike, of West Emma Avenue I spent Thursday in Harlford visit. ing Mrs. Maddox's sister, Miss I Joan Anderson, and her two j a u n t s . Mrs. M. M. Smith and Mr*. R u t h Johnson. Mrs. Roy Gordon and Mr. and | Mrs. T. D. L a t h i u p of Highway 71 i north had as their guests the past week Ray Samuel of Wyoming; ; Mr. and Mrs. Evans Wray and I d a u g h t e r , M a r t h a , of El Dorado; ; and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Norwood ' of Little Rock. j The regular Fourth Sunday singing was held Sunday afternoon I at lhe Goshcn Methods! Church. i Several out-standing quartets and i soloists were present and a large ; crowd attended. · The Rev. Amos Howard, evan- 'gclitt for the Nazarrnc C h u r c h , i i was guest speaker Sunday at both i I Iho morning and evening worshp ' ; services in the absence of their j 1 pastor, the Rev. Paul Watson, w h o . is a t t e n d i n g the General Assembly ! of the Nazarene Church in K a n s a s , j City. i j Mrs. L. J. Stephenson was in i I c h a r g e of the children's s t o r y : .hour at the Spiingdale Public L i - ! ; brary Satin-day morning. At one point in the Persian G u l f , d r i n k i n g water is obtained, from the bottom of the sen w h e r e ! big fresh water springs discharge.. Of every 100 hen eggs placed in incubators, it is estimated lha I Cucumber Harvest ; Getting Under Way i | Rogers - (Special) - The f i r s t ! I commercial cucumber crop is be-j ing harvested by farmers working; u n d e r contract w i t h the Green i 1 Bay Foods Company, which open- j ed receiving stations here this 1 year. | Q u a l i t y of t h e cucumbers was! reported excellent despite d r y i weather. Receiving stations h a v e ' been ertablished at R r. g c r s, I Springdale, Siloom Springs a n d ; Lincoln. j | Cucumber production is being' sponsored hy the Chambers o f ' · Commerce of Rogers, Si l o a m ! I Springs, Fayetteville and Spring-, dale, in cooperation Avith farmers' and the Green Boy Company. . Advertise In the TIMES--It P»TI. EVERYTHING M nUMBING and SUfrtlK FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVHNMENT AVI. WE BRING YOU GOOD HEWS IN T R U E AMERICANISM only will v-'c ilntl peace, happiness, freedom and success. America has been betrayed hy her public officials, communi.-,ls nnd those advocating 'EASY UEAI,' .schemes. 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