Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 19, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 19, 1952
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-NMTHWEST MKANtAl TIMIS. NryMMvUb, AikMtM. fetuntoy, July 19, 1*S2 Contest Winners At Form Bureau Meeting, Ravine Converted Into City Hospital Park, Open For Public Use By KATHLEEN DOZIKK Kayctteville may now boast n f | Panics or the like, may rio so by another park, perhaps not assailing her, telephone 1591-J. large as other park areas of t h e i - * city, hut equally attractive. The City Hospital Park, as it has been named-, is located just north of City Hospital chive and extend;; through what once was an un- U'ashinclon-f/l'i-Thr- r rc i cross ! Cross lo Use More Volunteer .~ to replace its pair! staff be affected. sightly ravine between School and West streets. Cle.'iriii", cleaning and t r a n s - j members w i t h volunteer workers' Advertise In th* TIMES -- It PJL.TI. foiniinj; t h i s ground was aec-nm-j -- plished throuch ihe i Seal flippers are eaten as a dcll- al 2fi veterans'hospitals during the cat . y j n Newfoundland, next two months. E, H o l a n d j - - - - ' . - · ·. j , -· .. ^_r^=r^ Ilarirman, Red Cross president, yerlerday said 1 the move was one for economy and in line with Red Cross policy to use volunteers wherever possible. He estimated no more t h a n 40 persons would Sand has washed 1n and made- it impossible for ships to land at j the once famous coffee port of ! Mocha in Yemen. An outstanding flavor--Jum»e's Koman Mca 1 Bread. ll-19-tf TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Yours From o Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP [ JVlr.s. B. F. the Nurses' . T h e winners 61 the" contests »t t h e Washington County Farm Bureau a n n u a l meeting and "Victory kbratlon" held at the Fair Grounds Saturday were from left to riuht Sonja Stockcnhury, m. Nt. H Elklnt, rolliiiR pin; Mrs. W. E. J Rogers, ni. No. Three Sprlnjfdalo. ball throwing; Mrs Ha/el Cab- Wrt, Elklns, nail driving; and Mrs. Joe Carney, Ht. No. Two. Elkins, husljand calling Back row I »m left to rleht, JB.V Shipley, Rt. No. One Karminnton, sack race; Tom Benard, nt. No. One West ' ·k, wife calling; Karl Cale. Prairie Grove, horseshoe pitching.--Cone Magie rhoto. BOWL FOR PLEASURE !· Button Bowline Lanes--Adv lot Flnproof BmllM Colon PHONE Mil FOR net EfTIMATr CLARK VENETIAN ! (LIND i AWNING CO. Two Fight To Death As Crowd Looks On New York-(/P)-Two men fought a pocket knife duel to the death yeitcrday » a,crowd looked on, afraid to (top it. Fighting in the street, they cut each other scores of times in 12 minutes. Both were killed. Police identified the two as Willie Kirkpatrlck, rif], nnd Elmorc Hayward, 40, both Negroes. Cause of the f i g h t was not rtc- I termined. BUILDING AND REPAIR CABINET AND MILL WORK of All Klnrfi. Frw Etlimata LOY 556 Wall SI. KINZEft Phon. 201* May gumnwn \mrmMj Helsinki, Finland - fVPi-Uniled Nations Secretary General e f f o r t s o f : Harper, resident of Home. Mrs. Harper . w i t h the appprnval of Miss R u t h ' ] Riley, hospital superintendent, be; Ran the project last February. She! first .scoured assistance from Mayor Powell M. Rhea, in b u i l d - j ing slops, R i v i n g access lo the park. This accomplished, clebiis, leaf mold and such accumulation was moved. Crass and undcr- j growth were cut, leading small I plants and a prove of redbud, w a l n u t , calalpa and oak trees, i "The redbud and some of the plants are reminders of a l i m e many years ago, when Miss Tcrasa liorick, an employe if t h e , hospital, began beautifying the ravine," recalls Miss Riley and her sister, Mrs. .1. S. Knox. Both are admirers of Mrs. Harper's achievements, n o t . only here in the park but also on the hospital j grounds. Here she has planner! and cared for numerous plants, nnticeahlc among which is t h e j mimosa tree, the Mexican sunflowers dotting the la\vn ( and the large bed, shaped lo the contour of the walk lending to the nurses' home. This contains a colorful a r r a y of zinnias, petunias.' asters, gladioli, marigolds, centered with a variety of lilies a n d j bordered with portulaca. Near this, Mrs. Harper placed the stnne bird bath, moving it from the lower part of the terrace. Mrs. Harper states t h a t her ob- S C H L I C H T M A N ' S BROILER-BRED CHICKS NEW HAMK-VANTHESS CROSS DfUWAKE HAMP CROSS CtUblUhtd OT« 25 Ytin Truck 0*llT*tin to Minr Locillll.i JOtKHIMIN HATCHERY U.S. APPffOVID PUUOMUM CLEAN n Phon* or Prl ·.!*« 347-an Prk« And iry BOX 3. APPLETOM CITY. MO. Or**« "A" Dairy ··rr» HO JMtMKT MWH OY ^E7uMl7lTcO, nt it ciuriM The Whole Family Will Enjoy A Drive-in Movie This Week-End Lie said today he has been c m - i j e r t i v e in this work is "to restore powered to call an extraordinary i a beautiful bit of woodland, almost meeting of the General Assembly ' in the heart of the city and prow i t h i n n fortnight if t h e Korean videjieqcssitics for its use." "Rea- truce-'talks prove .successful. ' sons "for restoring; the -parti-*'- she, .--. -- | S { a t cs are "to provide a spot Keep up with the limn --read where anyone might wish to sit! the TIMES dally. snd rest; a close-in and a v a i l a b l e ! l i t t l e pnrk for small f a m i l y pic- i nics, Boy Scout jamborees, Sun- j day School gatherings, etc.; and j j especially for kin-folk-? a n d . friends of patients in the hospital." Beneath the trees have been placed stone tables and benches, a fireplace and a jury bench, which was used by Mrs. Harpers! late husband while serving as a j justice of t h e peace. Two of the! stone benches are constructed i n ' semi-circular fashion and r e t a i n ; the coil about two large oak trees.! Bird houses, donated by Cub Scouts of Pack Seven, swing from the tree branches and there arc no varn dries. M rs. Ha rper believes t h a t eight or 10 more might be useful. Asked of her plans for the park. Mrs. Harper replied that, "In the fall we hope to p l a n t many dogwoods, rcdbuds, and perhaps some bulbs on the sloping banks." She also tells us that anyone wishing to reserve the pnrk for parties. HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEE BOB HAIL AT WHITELEY'S GARAGE WH INDIAN HATS: To iht firtt 1JO Klddltt at our Snack Bar . . . . Com* at lot* at 10.-30-S** the regular thow . . . Remain for trw midnil* thow at eur guott Driving Miles to See!! R. Burnett's Famous Novel of the Turbulent 60'$ Latest World NEWS C«rto«i: Man's Bast Friend Phone 3103 FrM Pony tWOT for HM KhMta Miniature llORIVEINiff · · rr^'.r.-. $L Fret Playground for tht Kiddies * Monkey Villaat ITS STORY IS THAT OF AN ERA!... ITS DRAMA IS THAT OF AN EMPIRE ...ITS SPLENDOR IS THE VICTORY OF LOVE OVER TERROR AND TYRANNY! She was a Christian--he was a pagan-and their love was a conflict between faith and the flesh. A great h u m a n story unfolds in this epic of an era told with unrivalled splendor! 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