Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 16, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 16, 1952
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THEY DON'T LOOK VERY PEACEFUL! B4-HOUR SKYWATCH UNDERWAY TO SPOT AIR ATTACK Ihe Aviation Marhinijt't Mat*, School at the U.S. Naval Air I Technical Training Center. Mem-i phis, Tenn. Baker, who h;:.i been | transferred to Flee! Air Service I fiouadron. Sanford. Fl«.. entered Ihe Naval service October I. I»5I. He was graduated from the Faye t l e v i l l e High School and va» employed hy t*if N'erlhwest Tobacco Company before entering the N a v y . Illinois'B«auty Announcements Shamnek Clih The Shamrock Club will meet ivlth Mm. Charles Dodrl, 528 Shady Street, Thursday at 2:30 j. f-10 lln t rt M^ f I* agreement between the alee] industry and the MO-Urnled bteclworkcrs don't get much of . lift her. u Philip Murray I ' °" "" ""' and Johj ' A ' .SHAOfD STATES »re those In which a JMrair akywateh la undtrwa, by th. Civil Def.nv, orfamzatlon ·against a po«ible Communiat air attack. More thin 140,000 volunte.ra an operating Uia round-the-' .clock watch from 9,000 obaervation poet, keyed to 32 Biter alaliona. Civil Defenat need! call for per'*""**' nf MO-MO ----llv the volunteers must wor: many hours -overtii -v Civil ifenie nflirni. o h . burgh, P»,. , ' " owl ll " ch oUl ' r °""d= » Pitta- »«eriuilioi«U SoundpitoH,, Personals ! f a m i l y of Shreveporl. La., are 9 j visiting v.-ith his parents, Mr. and _ | .M rs M F W d t t S i 5]2 Nprth W a ] _ Mr. and Mis. .lack f l . W a l l s and ' nut Avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Frank L. Williams | dent of schools In Dallas, of Dallas, Texas, arc spending the I \vock in Fayelteville, w h i l e Dr. | W i l l i a m s Js directing a Work Con, KILIIHUII HI .mcKsunviiip, r la., I fercnce on Instructional Leader- spent with Sues a u n t , Mrs. J. D. Sue G u i n n and Louise Walton have returned from a Wo week's vacation in Jacksonville, Fla ship at the University. Dr. Willi- j Green, and her uncle,'Earl Ware.' ams is an assistant superinten-1 O l n r r placer, of interest, visited . while in Florida, were Orlando, HEAR Better! V2 Models! Trtl www rtf life! Enjoy the wonderful world of found with · liny. lithtw«i|ht Zenith "Royal" er nitm-pow#rful "Super-Royil" Hnrinf Aid. Zcnith'i combhution fiH/amma ftaturrt cannot be found iflftny other hearingiid »l any pricel Daytona Beach. St. Augustine, and Marineland. En mule to Jacksonville, the girls stopped in Chat- anooga. Tenn., to see Misj Walton's sister. The return trip was made with Mrs. Green, who » vis- itinc her mother, Mrs. H. E. Ware, in Springdale. P. M. Heerwagcn loft Friday for Denver, Colo., and a visit with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dpnvi-r Manring. You Be The Judge Oil-lift t'hurrh Revival Church w i l l he the Hev. Ja Hurri*. c h a p l a i n at the Vcteran'8 Hospital. JbitiMty Mn. Anfl*«iw U(wl« Funeral services for Mrs. achna 1-abric Bouthot, M, . ... died Sunday, will be conducted tomorrow morninf at 9 o'clock a* ,St. Jtr.eph'3 Catholic Church, by Ihn Rev. Father Edward Malloy. B u r i a l '.ull be In the St. JoK»h'i Catholic cemetery, under the Direction of Nelson's Funeral Horn*. ·» wlU at* aaajal tmt · CLIB BARTON t mes A m f r l « " Mul J' f*Knnt m"l ltnue Clly N j n( dale Sickles for reaping- irtin back to the Stone Ate. A«T«r«aH aa HH TIME*-II a»n Alx , ,,,, MU ,,, earn--' by Glrnna I'ohlcy. Hock Kalla. A Junior at Nurthweitcrn unlvtrilty. ih la ID. weighs 110. la 9-fnt-2. la blonde, blue-eyed, flula player, i International) | Attorney Central 1 C) HM HEARING AIDS Colors.' I10NV FINISH Nnl . . . ii«l tor UMV .ho prefer U 10-OAY RETURN PRIVIlEOt DIXIE RADIO Ill DICKSON GIGANTIC!! Shoe Sale Final Summer Clearance Further Reduction on Sale Shoes Naturalizers ................ Values to 11.95 Bourbeuse ................... Values to 12.90 Now Values to 9.95 Cobblers ..................... Values to 8.95 85 ffawlfc Good Shoes Properly Fitted The Judge nf the County Court shall be elected by the qualified electors of Ihe County for the term of 2 years. He shall he at least 2S years of age. a citizen of the United States, a man of upright character, of good business education, a resident of the Stale for ? years before his election and a resident of the County at the t i m e of his election and d u r i n g hi- continuance in office. Article ~ Section 29 of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas. The County Judge, as chairman of lhe Count.v Court, has the exclusive original jurisdiction in all matters relating to County taxes, roads, bridges, paupers, juvenile matters, disbursement of monev for County purposes, and in even- other case t h a t may be necessary ; lo the internal improvement and I local concern of the respective | counties. Aiticl« 7 Section 28 i Constitution of Arkansas. | The Count.v Judge is c h a i r m a n I of the Quorum Court, which meets PHONE 1142 ! l h e 3rd Monday in November each I year for the purpose of levying county property tax m i l l a g c ' a n d ; a p p r o v i n g authorized millages /or I school, city, and special districts, l a n d for m a k i n g appropriation? i from the County general revenue for the operation of the Court, 1he I several County Offices, paupers, i h a r i t y , and all o'.hcr purposes for w h i c h County general revenues are exncnded. The Count.v Judge is required to review adjustments of tax assessments on appeal of . the aclion of the Equalization : Hoard. .Section I7-40I of Statutes i j of Arkansas. The County Judge is business manager for the County and if such he is specifically charged w i t h the responsibility of conducting the affairs of lhe County in an efficient and economical manner. The County Judge is the purchasing agent for the County i Acting in the capacity he should | know soorj .efficient p u r c h a s i n g 1 practices and be able to set up and m a i n t a i n a system which j would effect maximum value o f : tax revenue. 1 -. The County Judge is authori/.ed "-md required to have brought he-! fore him all children belween t h e ! j age of 3 and 15 years, whom they · kno\v, and who are reported t ' n j i them, to be in moral or legal d i f - I I flculties cither directly or i n d i - j 1 rrclly and lo u;e his j u d g m e n t in .counseling and acting to the bcFl ' interest of the moral, m e n t a l and phvsical welfare of such children. The County J u d g e is th" road overseer and is charged "-Kb the duty of laying out. building, r.'- j pairing a n d - m a i n t a i n i n g a l l ! County rtoacis and Bridges except ' such as are included in the State' Highway System. j The County Judge as c h a i r m a n I of the County Court is charged | w i t h the welfare of the sick and I Ihe poor, and other persons who. from age and i n f i r m i t y arc unable to support themselves an'l who have no s u f f i c i e n t estali- of their ovn. The County Judge as the administrator of County A f f a i r s has many a d d i t i o n a l duties such at a p p o i n t i n g Boards or members nf Boards lo a d m i n i s t e r hospital* libraries, education, welfare and etc. Richard Grwr it qualified by (raining and txptrianct in County aorornmenl and in Butintn. Hi hat carefully iludled Ih* duliti i of th. oftlct of County Judtt and ai one trained in Buiinm A d ! mlniilrallon and experienced In i Public ferric* prmnti himwlf.! with a eontlrucllTa program for an ·flKllTe idmlniilrilion of our County aflelrt. , You Be The Judge This adverliwment palil fne hy nil-burn 1 Greer, Comildnle. for Washington County Judge. Geneva Ma* Drake is enrolled at Oklahoma A. and M. Terh this semester in the School of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. John Feathers nf Akron. Ohio, arrived yesterday morning for a visit w i t h relatives, Mrs. John Feathers. Sr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Feathers. This is Mr. Feathers first visit to Fayetteville in about 40 years. Mrs. Pant Heerwagen spent Monday in Tulsa, Okla., w i t h her ion. Dr. Paul Heerwagen, Jr., and with Mr». Gene Goff. Herbert F.ugene Baker, airman first class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hurchel H. Baker, SO University Street, recently grvtuated frnm A small deposit in our layaway! You are cordially invited to see the NEW FALL FASHIONS ARRIVING DAILY at the · Choose from these FIRST ARRIVALS. reserves your choice July Clearance First hi Vayettci'ille SA Remaining Stock Famous Brand Summer Suits We can't mention the name. Values to 25.00 NOW and $|. 5 00 · main floor rear Entire Stock Summer Sportswear Reduced 333% Cool Summer Dresses Our Regular Stock Both Casual and Dressy Styles Remaining Stock · Swim Suits · 2-pc. Dresses · Skirts · Shorts · Tee Shirts · Blouses Nationally Famous Brands. All from Our Regular Stock Formerly Priced 1.95 to 29.95 Now priced 1.30 to 19.95 · main floor front Values to 16.50 10.98 Values to 29.95 19.95 Values to 22.95 17.95 Values to 42.00 29.95 Cotton Sundress $1.29 Values to 49.95 39.95 · m«in floor rear Perfect Cool Housedrcss 14-42 Fast Colors -- Sanforized i Blouses · downstair* One Table Infant's Children's Wear Reduced !/2 to Now $1.00 Cotton and Crepes Values to $4.98

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