Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 15, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 15, 1952
Page 12
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jgl- NOmmtlT AKANtAS IWMI. 11, ttSI Kg Earl Shelton Building In Fairfield, III., Is Bombed j Fiirficld, III. - I.I 1 ) - A violent; Police were without clu« in i taplorjon in a iwn-story brick i I'""' for persons who »«t off the VuOdinf owned by the notorious '· hlilst - fc'if Karl Shelton early today No one WJ5 i"Ju«d- The Shel- Ion building, houiing a restaurant 14, U4», he wii «bot and seriously woundtd! as he played polcer in hll («mb]in( club on the «econd floor of the buildlnf bombed today. Thr« nf Blf Earl'n brothers were ilain In fani style -- from 1147 to 1950. ONLY ONE INJURED BADLY IN SPECTACULAR CRASHES . todny Windows In buildings a block away were broken. Included were scores of windows In the city's Brown Hole], a 30-room two-story Wayne County Sheriff Elmer Brown estimated riama(e to property at SM.OOO. The notorious Shelton gang terrorized Southern Illinois in the prohibition era. Big Earl, who is 58, left Fairfiold more than 18 months ago and is believed living .somewhere in Indiana. On May W A N T E D CHERRY PICKERS Apply at tin Polli Julf 2Mh. Good Oornmnt Political idvrrtitemtnt paid for by Cherry fur Governor Committee Fttellcvllle Arkanau S M I T H KAMO 4 APPLIANCE Clink Ptomed For Crippled Children A diagnosis and recheck clinic for crippled children will be held In Fayetlevllle July 24. The clinic will b* held »t Bales School, and all children with crippling con- ditloni are eligible to attend providing the proper appointments are made. Children who have never attended a clinic should contact the Department at the Courthouse or the Health Department located at the County Hospital by July 19. It is necessary that the parents of such children accompany them at the time of application for appointment. The public health nurse will be »t her office on Wednesday and Saturday mornings from 9 to 11:30 o'clock and Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 3 o'clock. Children who have attended previous clinics will receive appointments by July 16 if they are to b« examined it this clinic. Any questions concerning this procedure should be directed to the public health nurse. Children eligible Include those 21 yearn of age or less with crippling physical conditions. It is 1m- port»nt that all interested parlies make applications and secure ap- pontments. Auto driver unhurt No one injured faUllj. If You Are Not Seeing the Convention you are missing the chance of your life. Ltt us install a Ztnith TV in rim* for th« Democratic Convention. W« hav« tho lattit equipment for servicing television. SMITH RADIO APPLIANCE NO ONE WAS KILLED and only one man was Injured seriously In these two accidents which left nothing but wreckage. Army Pfc. Ronald L. Voss of Washington crawled from underneath hi, overturned car and walked home uninjured after his convertible ripped off a 15-foot metal «ectlon of a park brid* »pun 35 feet to the brush below. Six crewmen were Injured, one seriously, when two Grand Trunt k and Western raJIroad freight trains collided head-on at Fcnton, Mich. Eighteen'cars of both trains were derailed and rails torn up_ for nearly a half-mile, . . /Jmicr^'ioioLi Russell Sees Platform "All Can Stand On" Who's getting your It ought to be YOU! This month, as in other months, some store's share of the business that's gettoble is gaining, another's share is dropping -somebody is always getting the business. Customers and their wants are always on the march, responding to new needs and new invitations to buy. Somebody's getting their business -- by asking for it! No more economical way to ask for business has ever been devised than through newspaper advertising. Use it consistently! · A telephone call will bring a rtprtifntativl to dlicuii with you th« poitibilititi of Northwtit Ark'antai Timti advertising at opplitd to your buiintn. No obligation what ·v«r. Ju»l call 244, ask for Display Advtrtising Deportment. A1MOST IVIRYONt MAM A NIWSMNM IVHY DAT New York-l/Pj-Sen. Richard B. Russell of Georgia says he ex- i peels the Democratic parly to w r i t e a civil rights plank which | 'won't please some of the folks in my part of the country." But the Georgia aspirant for | I the Democratic presidential nnm- j j illation adds that the plank also · "won't please v/.ia: --lu might call I tre extreme liberals." "I t h i n k wo re K"ng to get a ' platform at Chicago t h a t we can all stand on," Russell said here yesterday. He reiterated previous statements that he expected no Dixie revolt similar to that of 1948. Russell commented on Ihe Democratic presidential nomination battle, and spoke last night on the Columbia Broadcasting System's "Chronoscopc" television show. These were some of his com- ' ments on Ihe various candidates: '· Himself--He will get the Dem- I ocratic n o m i n a t i o n by tlie f i f t h ballot and will be "the man to beat General Eisenhower." Sen. Estcs Kcfauver of Ten- ' nesscc--He will lead on the first : ballot but falter afterwards. j Vice President Albcn Berkley-- [ His ,-igc 74 is against him, but if I he were 10 or 12 years younger he undoubtedly would be" nominated. VOGELERS APPLAUD ANTI-RED SPEECH ac^satio'n/m^m'm^r" 11 bU * inc "" ««"»»« Imprisoned on spy The Vogclers were cheered Lv delrimtM /7,,*--...; , « _ . . ls *' tional SoundphotoJ M u t u a l Security Director Avcr- cll is the only oan- didalc for Ihc f u l l civil rights program and wants "a double dose" of the New Deal end Fair Deal. Russell said he would have 300 votes on Ihe first ballot, second only to Kcfauver. The latest Associated Press tabulation has Kefauver on top with 25214 votes, Russell next with 117H,. The Georgia senator will gn to Chicago today, first stopping off at Washington. Soil Conservation Dislrkl Session Held Al Capital Little Rock - OT - Waters S. Davis Jr.. of League City, Texas, ' told delegates to a soil oonsrrva- i lion district meeting here ycster- i day that they must change the I thinking of people toward land. Davis is president of the National Association of Soil Conservation Districts. He told representatives from Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas and Oklahoma attending the two-day meeting t h a t the organization is not a "pressure group." The soil conservation group is a non-governmental agency, composed of farmers who are members and supervisors of soil conservation districts throughout the United States. The president of the Arkansas group, R. S. Rainwater, yesterday said his county members protested a request by state Farm Bureau Federation leaders that Congress cut appropriations for soil conservation work. Civil Defense Head i Bitter Over Fund Lack Washington -UP)- Mildred Cald- j well said yesterday civil defense, funds voted "by a shocked and i aroused Congress" after bombs! fall would be useless. He bitterly ! criticized lawmakers for not providing money now. The statement by the civil defense administrator was another of a series of his blasts at Congress for voting only 43 million dollars for a civil defense program for fiscal 1953. A total of 600 million had been requested. An outstanding flavor--Junge's Roman Meat Bread. H-19-tf Th» whole family will «njoy a Drivt-ln if j( Meviei tonits + if * CAHTOON k HEWS SENSATIONAL Return Premiere MctrfcMOHMlMN Pony * Miniotura Golf S I N G With Arkonus' Moil Colorful Candidate in Singing Hit U n u t u a I Campaign Sengs. KBRS Springdale Tuotdoy 5.55 P.M. W« . . 9:00 A.M. Thursday 11:25 A.M. Friday 12:00 Noon VOTE For NOBLE GILL For Democratic National Commirteeman Political Ad Paid for by Noble Gil Sulphur City Rev. and Mrs G. W. Witt of Farmington were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Price, Jr, Sunday. Mr. Witt preached at the Baptist Church in the morning. The Community Builders Home Demonstration Club will meet with Mrs. Hal Showalter July 22, at 2 p.m. O. J. Pierson of Abilene, Texas, who is a student of Wayne Baptist College, is visiting his wife and baby at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramsey. Mr. and Mrs. John Box. and Mrs. Ruth Witcher of Springdale visited Mrs. Neil McKinnon Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Price, Jr., attended services at Baptist Assembly, Siloam Springs, Wednesday evening. Miss Sheila Ann Price returned home with them. Dean Harris has received his call for service and will leave on July 24. He is^iie son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Harris of Hicks. Charles Ramsey and daughter, Anne, are visltlnf their old bonne in Seminole, Texas. id rinproei Bewttful Colon PHOITC Mil ·* FOR FBEE ESTIMATE CLARK VENETIAN ·LINO A AWNING CO. TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Yours From o Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP THE FLEET'S ALL IN -- FROM , LAUGHING! LT»tJ H £ MAD COM EDY OF THE KISSW SAILORS . . . WHO WISH IT WAS THE ARMY · ' ' IK f 1 MARTIN -LEWIS '4 SAILOR NAUTICAL FUN! Ain CONDITIONED ENDS "CII UCD CITY" CARTOOK I I i n 1£ TONITE a i e . T E K i . l l f NEWS STARTS WED. * _TWp LOVEHS So Well Received HELD OVER Th. HAPfY DAYS... Tht MAO FADS... Th. GREAT SONOS It's PIPER LAURIE ROCK HUDSON CHARLES COBURN 6IGI PERREAU DANCE To The Music of New Sensational Western Band Johnnie Daulton Columbia Recording Artist and His Western Swing Kings from Carlsbad, New Mexico at the Legion Hut Tonight 9:00 To ? Admission $1.00

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