Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 15, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 15, 1952
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MAS TIMtf, taycttevilk Arfcamta*. Tunday, July 15, 1M2 CIO Official Hits Eisenhower Jb."Amateur" Would Be Prisoner Of Own Advisers, Says Beirne w i - s h i n I t o n - ( j p ) - A top CIO leader, today termed Dwight D. Kiennou'er, Republican presiden- Uii candidate, a "rink tmateur" jl (),( field of civil government Ind said thit on major domestic Cities he would be a "prisoner of [i owr. advisers. 1 1 Joseph A. Bierne, a CIO vice .resident and head of 300,000 CIO femmunications workers, said in in interview before leaving for Cftlcago and th« Democratic presidential convention: [ "Eisenhower has unquestionably keen a I"" military leader but if he is elected president he will be helpless on the great domestic Issues facing the country such as the Tift-Hartley labor law. civil lights legislation, federal aid to the states and others. "He will have to depend completely on his advisers in making domestic policy decisions, rather 'thin making up his own mind." Bierne is a member of the Plal- ·ferm Committee at the Democratic National Convention. One of the CIO's newer and younger 1-ad- trs, h/ is sometimes regarded as I possible successor to CIO President Philip Murray. CIO opposition to Eisenhower .wis first evident last November it the'CIO's convention in Atlantic City. Emll Mazey, a member of ithe CIO's Political Action Com- jmittee and secretary-treasurer of Ithe United Auto Workers, said |thlt supporting Ike for president ...UNTIL YOU GET THE FACTS ON OR VALUE TNI WAY HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS 14-M Nwrii Ctfeff* ·AYimVKU would be buying a "pig in a poke." ·I have carefully examined the record of General Muty Mid, "and I want to fay that I find nothing in his raord which would indicate that he it an acceptable candidate for president so fir as organized labor is concerned." Two 'Copters Take Off For Europe Weitover Air Torre Base, Mais, ·W)-Two huge helicoptera--point- ed for Europe--took ofj at 7 a. m. (CST) today in an attempt to make the first helicopter flight across the Atlantic. The "flying windmills'," heavily laden with big supplies of ga.o- line, got off the ground after taxiing along runways instead of the customary stralght-up takeoff of helicopters. The Military Transport Service crsft were given a s e n d o f f b y a group of helicopter enthusiasts including Maj. Igor Sikorsky, pioneer in the field. The craft--the Hop-a-long and the Whirl-O-\Vay -- accompanied by a C-54 service plane, are twt- ing the feasibility of delivering helicopters by air to Europe. Six stops are planned--Presque Isle. Maine; Goose Bay, Labrador; Narsarssuak, Greenland; Keflavik, Iceland; Preswick, Scotland and Mansion, England. The longest hop--from Iceland tr Scotland--will cover 317 miles, less than 200 miles short of the 'copters' 1,000 mile crusing range. Each craft carries a pilot and a co-pilot, all war-veteran Air Force fliers and all but one veterans of helicopter service. The 'copters are Sikorsky H-19s. Prairie Gi'ove Mrs. R. C. Lane entertained with, a watermelon feast at her home Friday in honor of the ninth birthday of her daughter Betty Faye. Guests were Treka Brooks, Nancy Cornwall. Sharon Wilkes, Sue Wlswell, Jean Ann Webb, Gale Curtsinger. Patsy McClellsn and Le Quetta Lane. Mr. Pat Fry of Prescott, Ariz., Is visiting his sister, Mrs. A. M. Meachrom this week. Pfr. and Mrs. Gerald Watson, who spent his leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Watson, has returned to Camp Pennington, Calif. Mrs. Dora Hightower Is visiting In Kennett, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Asher were guest* of Mr. and Mri. Raymond Asher and family In Tulsa, Okla. last week. Dinner gutclc Sunday of Mrs. H. D. Bogart Sr. were her (laughter, Mrs. Gene Trahln and daughter of Fort Benning, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bogart, Jr. and childr'en of Fayetteville. Mrs. Greathouse Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bob Pyeatt this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pruitt and children of Tillar. Ark. came Saturday to visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dutton. Mr. Pruitt returned to hlj home Sunday night leaving Mrs. Pruitt and the children for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Watson have returned from Oceanside, Calif, where they visited relatives, On their return trip they stopped in Amarillo, Texas to visit members of their family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Delap drove with her brother Ralph Dodson to Fort Smith where he took the plane for his home in Redondt Beach. Calif. Mr. Dodson had spent several weeks vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dodson and his tister, Mrs. Clyde Eisenhower In Colorado For Vacation; Looks Forward To Fishing And Perhaps Golf Denver - (IP) - Gen. Dwight D.! since he came home from Europe Eisenhower looked forward eagerly today to a vacation at trout fishing tad perhtpt seme golf before turning full attention to "a 1M|. nard campaign" at the Republican presidential nominee. The general and Mn. Ilaen- hower arrived her* last nl|ht after a four-hour fllfht from Chicago--where he woe the GOP nomination last frldty-- and got a big ovation. Elsenhower give the cheering crowd of several thousand a broad smile, waved hit hat, then stepped to t microphone and said: "When we left here a week ago Thursday I made t prophet? thtt good, common, honest Americans would b* in charge 'of the Republican convention--tnd they were. "There's t long, hard campaign ahead of us. Every one of us has got to work and scrap. I can't think of a better place than Denver for a long breath for what is ahead of us. "We're glad to he back." ·Met With Gevener Then he got into in open ctr tnd rode seven miles to the Brown Palace Hotel with Mayor Quigg Newton of Denver tnd ffov. Dm Thornton of Colorado. Tnornton played t leading role at the Chicago convention in charting strttegy which won the nominttion for Eisenhower over Sen. Robert A. Tift of Ohio. Eisenhower set up a headquarters here shortly after he returned from Europe June 1. He left Denver aboard t specill train July i for Chicago. After i brief stay last night at his · eighth-floor suite in the Brown Palace, the teneral and his wife spent the night at the home of her mother, Mrs. John S. Dour!, who returned from Chicago with the party. Just before boarding his plane in Chicago. Elsenhower said he had a very busy week and that his time hid been "very crowded" aix week! ago. "I hope to hide away and catch tome trout," he aaid, grinning. He laid he hoped to get started fishing Wednesday. ·eMt Ceatermeat In Chicago, he got in a final round of conference* on campaign matter! tnd apent t good part of the afternoon with hit aon. John, an Army major, who la to leave for Korea in a few days. Eisenhower's last, Chicago caller was Walter Hallanan of West Virginia, a Taft supporter who was temporary thai/man of the GOP' convention. Hallanan wai with the general only a minute. He reported he pledged his support. May Apttetnt Chief Aides to the general believe he soon may name what, one Eisen- list of the Auxiliary also closed i Kan., was In Bentonville during 1 Ala., and his niece. Miss Char-, Mrs. E. M. Handley, has gone to at the Monday meeting. the past week visiting his father, j lot'" Adsms of Baintirldge, Ga I Forest C;"y to visit other rali- °- Brown and Mrs. Brown, i M,. j. R. Cummlngi of Seattle. I lives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carithers 1 v, - . . . A M I here Wednesday! Mr. tnd Mn. Charles Burton Matthews and daughters. Vliet and Terry, left this week after spending their vacation with Mr, Matthews' parents, Mr. and Mrs. ha. as tuesu thl, week hi. ai,-;,^ ravntevllle where sh.'had ter, Mrs. Elizabeth McNeil, «ri « betn visiting he r sister, Mr,. Earl , , . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snow o f , Brown . whM , ,,,,,, ,,,, wll , v m t Chief Petty Officer W. M. Terr, and ton. Billy, nf Memphis, spev th». w-rk»nd a. jjueits ot his aunt, ·-.-. · T P..-I,,. ,!,.{ his M. B. Matthews on Blair Street, i Birmingham, Ala. They left Mon iuiru ulty, Okla., arrived Friday to Mr. and Mr.. Vernen Hey-! land, Mri. Alice Mcltill, and Joe' M " ?eceml??romVTM'li Mr « *· A. Beard of WleUti JSSrt i t ha. h?« P « r «»«' T '*"' «" lv1 M«»4«y '-° tvaport Li., na» been re- ,,,,., .... ,,,--.. ., ... .' The children', .tors' hour wts ,,, ' »"·»·", ·"* «"" in shrevepart u., na» been re-i""-; ;,"" "· · , TM.""""' "' (Id Saturday at 10":30 a.m. in! . _ 'uTM* 11 ° 'he hospital. Mr..'"?"",. u ?,,,,!£,, *lJ£f1 uu! ,e Public Library. Mr. R. w l Mr. and Mr.. Tommy Orme had j Mttjger .uffered a ;troke, and i» · 7 K . "A,; u .',,. , ii McCorkindale was in charge o f ! " * uts:b tn " wMk h " brother; reported to be In a critical con--TM" 01 "?''"" V?", "iTM," the activities which included storv! lf -'«* ·"« «l««r. Mr. and Mrs. dltlon. , "" _ l ° *',.,,, v. TM. TMJn .S telling, playing records and games, i R W- Cantrell, and hi. .on, Rob- Those from Becionville a t t e n d - ! . , , P :C · TM Mr. end Mrs. Harvey Wetklcy'Tt Orme of Amarillo, Texas. j Ing the Fayetteville District M.i" r " OI Int *'"' of Collinsvllle, Okla., Mr. a n d . .'.-, Mrr. C. A. Llnebarger'Y. r. Encampment on Ml. Se-i Mii Mary Lou Pearce and Mrs. Mrs. Bob Frieze and children of have returned from Homestead, Iquoyah last week Included Nancy Tulsa, Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Khep- · · .*.. v.-nere they visited their .on' rieldi. Patsy MrCormack, Jim herd of Long Beach, Calif., and dauijhter-in Pearcs of Clarendon, are guests this week of '.he Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. John Weekley o f , Mrs. C. A. Linebarger, Jr. Thfy bert Pearce, Jr. Mr. and! Powell, B. L. Rowland and Hu- M«- Hubert E Pearce. hower leader called aort of . Mrs. A l b i n n Rosa of Tnntitown was returned 'to her home Sotur- day afternoon from the County Hospital where she had been a chief of staff" for campaign operations. Walter Williams of Seattle, chairman of the National Citi- tens for Eisenhower Committee, described the job that way after conferring with Elsenhower yesterday. The chief of staff, Williams Hid would be Eisenhower's personal representative who would take charge of Elsenhower's own headquarter.. Williams speculated that a campaign manager may not be named to replace Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts, who has resigned to devote more time to j this week Mrs. Cowan's sister and Iowa were guests Saturday in the j also attended a Shriner's home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Charlie ventlon at Miami, T\ Hershey near Springdale. Mrs. Eugene McBee and chil- Mrs. Frances Davia, dutrict dren of Weatherford, Texas, and | tms , s o( her brother-in-law ... u Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prichard o f : alster Mr . , nd Mr , Don Wif ner . i??'"', i K · h ' Ve b "" i anrt daughter. Carol Ann. Thev visiting in the home of Mrs. Mary ,, sn vlsited Mr! reller ,. ,,,,,,,,,;, Steelmsn and family east of Springdale, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Allum of Gravette. Cpl. C. L. Kehmeler, who it stationed at Lackland Air Force f ^^ _ ^ M ^ v i _ ^Base at San Antonio, Texa., ar- pftlent for medicirtre'a'tmenrshei rlved Friday for a visit with his con-1 Mr. and. Mrs. Ervin McCain,pref.Ment cf the VFW. and secre- l and two children of Dallas, v e r e i t a r y of the local chapter, ha. an- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fellers of i weekend visitors of her brother- j noimred that four local color Wichita, Kan., were weekend· In-ltw and ulster, Mr and Mrs ; benrert will be appointed from ,ntt'Clayton Little. . t h i s district by Mr.. Virginia Mr.. Retta Allen of Santa Ana, ] Whltey of Sprinfdale, who was Calif., who spent the past two; recently elected deupty eon- weeks here visiting her ulster J ductres. for District No. 1. made the trip in a Callison-Sisco ambulance. E. F. Wright was returned Sunday to his home in the Harmon community from the City Hospital by a Cnlllson-Sisco ambulance. mother, Mn. Nettle Kehmeir, tnd his sister, Mils Sue Kehmeitr. Mr. and Mr.. Frank Clift hid as weekend guests her mother, Mrs. 0. R, McKlnney, and brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mn. Guy Delap. Saturday guests of Mr. Joe Delap and his daughter, Mri. Louise Thornton were Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Delap and family of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Delap of Kansa. City, and Joe Delap of Dewey, Okla. Mr. tnd Mrs. Frank Glenn Blakemore and son, Keith, have returned to Falfurriat, Texas after a vacation spent with her parents, Mr. and Mn. J. G. English tnd hit parents, Mr. tnd Mn. J. R. BlUtemore. Mr. and Mn. Algle Oarretl and children of Oklahoma are visiting his mother, Mrs. S. L. Otrrett. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Delap and children of Dewey, Okla. vi.ited Saturday with her slater, Miss Ethel, and her mother, Mrs. A. T. Speedlin. They left Sunday morning accompanied by Mrs. Speed- lin. Mrs. J. H. Camahan and Miss Grace Camahan left Monday for El Dorado, to spend several weeks with her daughter, Mri. Joe Bltnd. Mrs. Ruth Minna and her niece, Miss Barbara Patrick returned from their vacation Sunday. Mn. Hanna, a nurse at Elizabeth Hospital, spent her vacation in Colorado and California with relatives. Mias Mildred Phillips of Harrison was the Sunday night guest of Miss Lorene Jones. Miss Phillips who taught music In the Prairie Grove School for two year, has been teaching In Prlchtrd, Colo. Mr. tnd Mrs. Hubert Jones art spending t month In California visiting tnd tight teeing. his own campaign for reelection to the Senate. O t h e r Elsenhower associates said, however, they look for the general to name a successor to Lodge soon. Williams said it looked to him as though Elsenhower himself would call the signals with the help of Arthur T. Sum- merfleld of Michigan, the new chairman of the Republican National Committee. Mr. and Mrs. Tom cowan nf i Henderson, all of Marlow. Okla. Pierce Street have as their guests' They were en route from Fort ' Monmouth. N. J.. where Mrs. Mc- Springdale Mr. snd Mrs. Clay Carter visited friend. In Bentonville Sunday afternoon. Airman Joe Bob Johnson of Spcinfdtle, son nf Mr. tnd Mrs. Wallace Johnson, l« completing his Air Force basic airman indoctrination course at Lackland Air Foree Btae near San Antonio, Texti. Sft. R. E. Hodges of Shlloh Street his retched Germany o n ' his new assignment. He expect!: William Lee in Galena. Kan. to be located In Heidelburg. Mrs.; Mrs. Andy Johnston of Wichita Hodges tnd dtughter, Mary Elle-1 Falls, Texas, spent Saturday and nor, will continue to make their j Sunday here visiting Mr. and Mrs. her husband. Mr. snd Mrs. w. D. Patrick of Norwalk, Calif. Bentonville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Branson of Sunnyvale. Calif.. Mrs. Riley Archer of Coffeyville, Kan,, Mrs. Faye McComb of Eureka, Kan., and Howard Branson of Tulst, Okla., were here this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Branson, Mrs. Ella Moody, and Mrs. Bob Kohley. Mr. and Mi's; L. G. McVey were here this weekend visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee, Mrs. Kate Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Johnson of Bentonville, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jordan and son, J. w., Mr. and Mrs. R. F.l Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Rieketts, Mr. and Mn. L. M. tnd son, Chucky, of Little Rock, Martin tnd Miss Winnie Martin of spent the weekend here is guests Pea Ridge attended a family re- of Mr. and Mrs. Olen Webb. Kinney had spent the past two months with her son tnd daughter-in-law. Col. tnd Mn. R. D. McKinney. Mrs. Bertht Johnson of Pittman, Nev., hai been a guest for the past two weeks at the home of her brother-in-law and lister, Mr. and Mrs. James Cox, and her niece, Mrs. Ralph Ciger and Mr. Glger. Mr. and Mr.. Albert McCurdy and son, Joe, of Dardanelle, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Eva McCurdy, and Mr. tnd Mri. Troy Wight tnd dtufhter, Linda. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Roger, and sons, Mitchell and James Randall of Little Rock will spend the next two weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr*. James Cox, and her brother-in-law tnd sister. Mr. and Mr.. Ralph Oiler. union Sunday at the home of home here. Mrs. E. D. Thigpen of Spring-1 dale has a.i her guest her mother, Mrs. J. .Tones, and her brother, J M. Jones of Houston, Texas. They are also visiting another daughter, Mrs. C. A. Bradshu A-, who lives on Highway S west. Also a guest in the Thigpen home recently wis her daughter and daughter-in-law, Miss Joyceline Tmgpen and Mrs. James Thigpen of Tulsa. An iron lung demonstration was held Monday at 1 p.m., at the regular monthly meeting of the Springdale Memorial H o s p i t a l Auxiliary. The demonstration was under the direction of Gilbert Sitco. The iron lung wai loaned to them by the Fayetteville Fire Department. The meeting was held in the Civic Club rooms of the Springdale Public Library. All the sewing that was being done was returned to Miss Atwood, president of the unit. The charter I Ervin Branson. 0. Brown, Jr., of Hugoton, Mrs. Ksy Miller of Pea Ridge spent the weekend here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. tnd Mrs. Fred Dougln. Mr. and Mri. Bill Barker had as guests this plat week his sunt, j ' · Sid McMath Appreciation Rilhf Lake Wedington Saturday July 19th, 1:00 hi rlMjnlMtn ·( »v«fnot McMtrhYs 4I 1(1 MArKt^ffft^fl 9n ITl Hiflkwiy U hnproviiMiil Aiiodifioii Invites You and Your Family To Meet and Hear Sid McMath ·ring Your Lunch FrM Drinks VHlfMT VIM TlRW Political Ad Paid for by Highway 1 Improvement Attttttttoa. Frank GUes, President, and Paul Marlnonl, Sarah Barker Lloyd McConnell UWtttTE KM TAX COLLECTOR Designed and put into operation in Washington County the new tax ledger system, which includes the new printed tax receipts that have saved the tax payers so much time at the Collector's office. These new tax receipts are prepared from metal plates which cannot be changed with pen or pencil. With them, errors are eliminated and tax records are being kept up to date. Under the law this system, which is now practically complete, will in the future be operated through the Collector's office. Hundreds of people have been highly pleased with the time-saving features of this new method, and are glad it is no longer necessary to stand in line for hours when paying taxes. QwclifM in «rtry way f* rxndto Htii wtrfc, ywir v*tt will bt «n ···mtim of ·MMrfjapmwtt for kwfttr Munty rtt*rdi. Democratic Primary August 12, 7952 TMt MttlHl PaM fe» Hy LtoH MfCMmll. rlwar 41, E. reremvHle, Ark. Wtiat nk«! Han's pur chasa li key I *«t «al aMfeg MMM at a Bonnr-wmi trica. Entry om s( (MM mtttlMi Ml sean cmMy lnancM «ri aljintttf ay «s*rt S1NGO Mcswfci art k la * wtfcg wear! STOCK CORHITS OF IAMIS MAKES TAKEN M TIAIE coMtnm siwiNO COUKII · * ttri« el inMm MUrned » McK rw satnVM, pratai)efiil-k««in| tewing SIKCft SEWIM CtNTt'. » LIMITED NUMKK · COME EARLY · GET YOURS WHIE THEY LAST Vwt| pnOfMi Of Vifnlk HW! on SMI ojir u romr SINGER SEWING CENTER listed in phone book only imtftr SINQU UWINO MACHINE COMPANY 18 South Eost St. Eott Sidt Square Fayttt«yillt, Ariu Phont 2287

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