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July 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Stockpiled Road Materials Missing, Murry Charges MOtTMWKI AMANSAS T1MIS, Mm Little Bock-W-After request-* ln(j "detailed information" on al- ' lewd disappearance of Arkansas Highway Department roadbullri- ing materials, Ally. Gen. Ike Murry charged at Harrison last night that some $10,000 worth of stockpiled materials are missing. Two other candidates for governor also delved into the Highway Department situation in speeches last night. . Earlier yesterday, Murry sent a letter to acting Highway Commis- the "rock piles" and prices were i · f, j , m . higher than those at which the'AIM MlmClm Ufcl sam material* h=H k»n nff.»J , **"""" ·IHHVIII* V V I Perfect Marks In Two DA Colleges same materials had been offered to the state. Holt Qiutci JohnMit Jack Holt told Baton-Hie listeners that a state government em- ploye had said earlier this year that "you won't be able to build a road for everybody, but by campaign time, everybody will be Funds Reduced, Federal Payroll Cuts Due r,J«Hy I, jr.' ...Mil Washington-MVThousands 01 normnl turnover or personnel and t h e t,,t ,1 w, fSrr^^ha^u^i;^-; TM«-·""-' 82nd Congress made in appropriii- i |K Sla " "I'l'-irtment lions for federal agencies. Although virtually all departments feel the pinch, hardest hit | are the six economic stabilization j agencies which officials estimate will release more than 9,000 of ·^^f ·Vi^,^:^;'C^..« *, Knintod STQ.OOO.OOU for fifc;il Ii»fi3, n rut nf Sa,2n{i.nnii f n m i lat yriir and $4.250,01)0 below (he Mm i u - i j t - h l and ( (Hiostrd. , T ·!-. -opes s if J u p i t e r is i t n n | ' l i t i ( i n ; i l j Ther e were no immediate from other Riivi-rninent re- j' U . n .. ....... i,. i_i_, w--u.,- 1.111 ut r u u j U J H \ I! I sjiy SLULfCIHS Irom I close enough lo a^new project to this area enrolled in the College i smell the asphalt." ·iion Chairman' iimo.'H r~" : ""~ "'""' l " u ""i""" 1 - i °' Business Administration made I smn i.hauman James H Cram, in He said that Chief Highway straight "V crades durin« the' wh.ch he asked or details on: Engineer Alf Johnson had' said 'spring semester DeanPau"l W t t riaku"ed C f,7 " 7 , ° f ,T ihai "° n ' y 1 '° 54 mil " ° f roadwor * : M i l «« ! as announced tenaiS Used l i o m m a t e r i a l s stock- I V,,T; horn Honr- " Hnlf rnmnirnH f r i i c ' piled at Forrester, Ark. ! 1^1^2200 mnp,wh^«?hpV n v : Thcy WCrC Cccil Nclson M c 1 v l n 'l 2. Estimated value of the miss- ^ f^vrng o m a k e vnu be" · FaJieUevillc ' a " d Eusnne W ^°^ "T 15 ;- ,,,, !iTM7h"/r^CitTMArkTM^;'^ rt -^- Mcm ihis ' T TM n 3. Explanation of the n p?oH /- »._*,_,,_ , . . . _ ^ _ , . juniors, ani WIN ii'iciise more Tnan 9,000 of i«'iis jrnm oilier Rovf-rninont C":tnar!;i Four University students from!l, h c i r I7 '°°° cm P lo yes within 30 -iconric-s on planned cutbacks, hut ; hravrr. nays. | - - - the The must important fur* tVinnrU arc first mukr.'tt, SIT at the surf.ico C -! 1000 JOBS OPEN 3. Explanation of the nllpgod discrepancy. His letter said that tho Gnvernor McMath touched ind Robert Vcrnon Dun-| it, u- u -- "." ^ "" -'aw, Fayetlevjlle, a sophomore.' road tn f f h '* hw ?y PTM*TM '" » Cros- 01| ; C V 5t f, dcms on ,,, ^^ ,,{ TMj! sett speech last night. He said ; werc . S? nior S -Charles Thomas' *d in for profit." HP said competitive bids wore not requested for DRESSING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT fromAir/Drfjsintj YouHtw fmr fosftJ Stfora " -WONDERFULLY DELICIOUS FAVQtttTE OflOCf/9 ille; Juniors--James Lsir^»^ ^s^c.^TM^ construction on Highway 82 where Jr - M TM n t a i n » nm . l! ; . . construction on Highway 82 where "1.8 million dollars of road work ,,--'--Vr"7 .',", ~ ",,"',j ",,.",',"" has been completed just west of fj octor ' I i mds , x ; lll ? 1:1 Flc ' d K ! nd ' ey . , , _, ,, Wacenn Va vot(n\nll«- riai-irl I ii_ Ashley Cnunty." He also said that contracts for road work between Crossett and Hamburg would be k let soon. Cherry's Voice B»ck Chancellor Francis Cherry told some 500 at Monticello last night that he would continue to carry his fight to the people. He said a slight attack of laryngitis following a 241/2 hour radio talkathon was cured. Rep. Bo.vd Tackett, who spoke at Ola and Hussellville yesterday, named Fred Rogers of Little Dock as chairman of his Pulaski County organization. Today's schedule: McMath. Hope; Holt, Denlon- ville, Rogers, Springdale, Siloam Springs and Fayetteville; Tackett, Jacksonville, Cabot, Lonoke, Carlisle. England,- Stuttgart and Little Rock; Murry, Berryville, Eureka Springs and Rogers; Cherrv, . McGohec, Lake Village, Hamburg j and Crossett. Eugene Henderson To Attend Boys Nation Eugene B. Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Henderson of i'aycttevillc, will leave lor the University of Maryland campus July 23 where he will serve as one of lwo delegates representing ; Arkansas in Boys Nation. Henderson, who will be 17 July 22, is a senior in Fayetteville High School. He was chosen to represent Arkansas in Boys Nation by popular vote of the delegates at | the Bo.vs Stale encampment at I Tamp Robinson last month. At the ;tate encampment, Henderson was he Federalist party candidate for governor but lost to David Railey of Fort Smith, who is the other delegate to the Bo.vs Nation. Present plans are for the two I rays to leave the morning of July 3. The encampment convenes July Sophomores--H u b e r t a Anne Wasson, Fayetteville; David Eugene Lashley, Fayettevillc; Lorna Stokenbury. Fayettevillc; Freshmen--Thomas Ewing Milburn, III. Harrison; Frank Sheridan Garrison, Harrison; In addition to the honor roll students, Dean Milam listed those ;ceiving honorable mention: Seniors--James Moore Eldridge, Bentonville; Robert Staten Me-1 Kinney, I'ayclteville; | Sophomores -- I l a h Brunsvoldj Myers, Fayettevillc; Mary Frances Hancy Handy, Hindsville; j Freshmen--Billy AVayne Batson, Fayetlevillc. Joel Kent Baker, sophomore from Rogers, was one of three students enrolled in the College of Engineering who made perfect grades (luring the spring semester. Dean George F. Branigan announced today. I Others listed on the doan's honor roll were, by class: Seniors--James Ray Younkin Warren Donald Van- Thcsc agencies are the Economic Stabilization Agency, Office ' of Price Stabilization. Wage Sta- · bilizatinn Board, Office of Rent i Stabilization, Salary Stabilization. Salary Board, and Railroad and Airline Wage Board. ! Operating on $99,658.375 during ! the fiscal year which closed June 30, their funds were cut to 60 m i l lions for the fiscal year which be- ', gan July 1. Other government de- | partments, their funds not cut as ; sharply, are not expected to trim : personnel as drastically. I State Department officials, for j example, figure they will have to | eliminate about 400 jobs here and i another 20 in the American this- j sion to the United Nations. They I estimated cuts could be made by i not filling jobs vacated through .' Fayettevillc; derslicc, Fay Juniors--George E. Branigan, Fayettevillc; Sophomores--William R a l p h Beaty, Siloam Springs; Freshmen--Robert Stephen Hoi- comb, Sprinpdaln; Jamrs I,yle Wentz, Sulphur Springs;; Daren I Lane I.uekc, Fayetteville. | The dean's list also gave honor- jablc mention to Frank George : Hcilig, West Fork, senior. j Heavy Sum Spent On ! Alcoholic Beverages Washington - (/p) - Americans spent almost one half as much on alcoholic beverages last year a. they did for the things they wear. The Commerce Department said yesterday $9,150,000,000 was spent on liquor, wine and beer, an average of S59.80 for every man, woman and child in the country Thcy spent, about 20 billions for shoes and clothing. ON THE BIGGEST CAR VALUE IN TOWN Hindsville ·SHOW DOWN' WAY HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS 14-tt N*r* C«H*f* FAYITTIVIUI Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shipley had' as guests the past week Mrs. hipley's sisler-in-law, Mrs. Gene ohnson and Mrs. Settle Brooks md son. Rusty, of Temple, Tcxa "hey are on their way to New 'ork and will fly from there to -.ermany to join their husrtands M/Sgt. Gene Johnson and Mr Brooks. Other gucsls in the Ship- cy home were Mr. and Mrs Clyde Pitts and son, Curtis « Brea, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Oti; Watson and son of Fayetteville Mr. and Mrs. Loy Watson, Kilgore, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Pan Watson, Springdale, Mrs. Bil ·Johnson, Kingston, and Mrs. Elsie Pilch of Goshcn. The Hunlsville Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. Tcxie Smith July 3rd. Miss Willie Ann Sutton has returned from liussellville where she attended the Future Homemakers of America leadership conference at Arkansas Tech. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dunlap nf Davis, Okla., spent Saturday with Urs. Dunlap's brother, Nolon Chappell and Mrs. Chappell. The Colbaugh Home Dcmon- tration Club met with Mrs. Fred 5. Reud on July 2. There were fix members present and Mrs. Howrd Halfield was · guest. Mrs. 'cnnie Sharrock gave n demon- traiion on textile painting. The emeiery committee reported the ut pnymcnt had been mad« on he power mower. The nlgn eom- ilttec Mid the community dlrec- ory slfn w«.i completed «nd rcudy o b« InnUlled t the intersection ne inri one-fourth mllen north f Hlndivllle. There w«s « dl.-! iinslon on pulnllng mullboxej he Aujuit meeting will be held t the home of Mm. Hownrrt Vwell. It will he »n Ice creum no- »! fnr the club mtmbeni «nt Fir fumlllw. Mr«. Nellie Ellin of ChwoUh, Okla., was a guest of Mrs. K t h e l j Starnes Sunday. Mas. Nellie Brase and Mrs Annie Lewis are visiting relatives in I.os Angeles, Calif. Billie and Bobbie Starnes are attending the Baptist Asscmblj at Siloam Springs July 1-9. ficv. Charles Day, pastor of the Hindsville Baptist Church, and Fred Heed, Jr., are attending part of the sessions. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sutton, Jr., and daughter and Pvt. Fred L. Sutton are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sutton. Pvivute Sutton is being transferred to a station in New York. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Reed were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Huntsville and Mrs. Flossie Wylie, Prescotl, Mrs. Nellie Woods, Brea, Calif., Mrs. Rulh Richardson, Little Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kennedy of Texarkana, Texas. Mrs. Wylic and Mrs. Woods formerly lived in the Hartweli commuirty and will be remembered as Flossie and Nellie Hart. The funeral services for Dan Rarron who was killed in a car accident was held al the Hinrts- ·ille Presbyterian Church Sunday at 2 p. m. Rev. Counts was in charge of the service. Burial was n the Hindsvjile cemetery. U MM TIMES--K part. You'll Need This Care for It Now! Ifi hard to think of win- t«r'i cold dayi with a hot tun ovtr our headi, but any homtownir k n o w s that hli radiator is needed sooner than h* thinki. That It why th* wiu homeowner calli ui now for radiator check upt. Play ·aft. Call 1886 I No Job Too Big No Job Too Sm.ll D PLUMBING CO. 211 W. 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