Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 21, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 21, 1952
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- - *CtTHW»T AJKAMUt IIMU. y, My 11, Iff] hcfe SM Twice As Muck A foray b liking In These Dap New York - ifl - Unr!» Sam In i hm hrr-n Inrroinwl by i ·/, billion iptadlnf twlrt «l much » ht Is j l"ll«r». A rilmppnintlnR nnn- tikiBf In Ihi-sf d«vs. In the first TM rktla1 ! 1 , i( ' 1 " mtt "'"I h TM*ht In . ' · 3 8 m i l l l n n . A pnptihir markrl- two wccki of this momh t h e , bl( h ,, n(1 , , t u p ' b h , , trtuury r.n bthmd by two billion i m j l l l o n A ,, np ,, |nr I^Vm" aclltr - 'bond issue last month hrnueht In The financial riistrirt t h i n k s - (14 billion. tht Treasury will soon r» borrow- j The TrcaMir.v Impr.s in more Inf more money-- pos«ih:.v seek- · nhrraliy lerm»rl saving bonds Ing four billion dollar* from ror- ; * · · · · · ' ·';,-; mmi"*- f i n m in? p u b l t r , pwationi at i nor! o( atlvunre : whlrh was rashinjr in more of in- payment on next March's income 1 :, n : .y:c r a v i n e s bonds t h a n it. UXti. '\vas buyttiK. Under th* impart of defence Thr Trrnsury may nrxt turn to and other fpenrfina thf frdpral i t f l x n n t i r i p n f n r y bonds, « form it debt hat hit 2C3 billion dollars, | hr-s mod bcforr. These are told tight billion hisbrr than ,1 vpar i t° rorjinmtions, who have to save tlonil. Pvt. Marvin L. Eloin. who his just completed nlxtffn week* training at Camp Plckul Va., and his mother vlilted lant w«*k in the " Street Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. The painting of the Jordan River by Mm. L. M. Thorn- j ' _ tlw B ' rry i Khonda and tor Dr · go. And (he government ha* borrowed lix billion dollarc in "new mniv-v for months In meet their ax bill*. By buying the bonds, n-oti-y" ilnrr April. July IF a l - | l h r y get aomr internal nn the rnch v.ays a bad- month for thr Trca- \ Ihp.v're Inyinc ajldn. And thon in «iir; T , of ro'jrw. Tax collection. 1 ; JViarch they turn t h e bonds Into art flow, while sovernmfnt ntjen- Mh** Tro.sMiry for the taxes flu* at citf start to fprnd f u n d s appro- i t h a t time. priated for the new fiscal year. | -- · --But this July's two billion dollar deficit In tu-o wr#ks compHrrn with a one billion deficit a year ago, when the Korean war was home nf Private Sloan'a grand- j "° n w "« dedicated. It took Mrs. mother Mrs. (tapir Stout West of ' Thomson seven weeks In complete Springdale. They left last of the ! the painting. week for S»n Antonio where he Mr. and Mr*. Wilburn A. Hard- will be stationed. | |, ler ,,,,,( fnn Ertdl , nt Theodore Mrs. James Cofer and daughter, j Drive spent Saturday with Mr. Dminn Jean, of Holdenville, Okla. . and Mrs. Noel Holt of Van Buren j are siicjls in the home of Mrs. I and also visited their d a u g h t e r ! Allen Brisco and children of and her family, Mr. and Mrs. j Springdale. Mrs. Cofcr's husband i "Buddy" Steadman, also of Van | Sgl. J - c Cofer has been a prisoner - Buren. .of war in Korea for the past tw.» : The Rev. Stanley Jordan pas- i i' cars - I tor of the First Baptist Church Mrs. L. J, Stephenson directed ' presented slides of his recent trip the activities at the Children's to the Bible Lands Sunday nifiht. Story Hour Saturday morning. " " (-''-rre v .-ere of places he vis- [ The story hour is sponsored by the Hed in the Middle East. This scr- library board and provides recre- . : · i . . - i u i r s rmly revealed half alion for the young children. : "! !"s IMII-. The other half w i l l The Home Lovers Club met at ' he « n °wn at a later date whlrh I the home of Mrs. Irvin Haas on i wi " nc anouneed and will be open East l l u n t s v l l l e Street Friday for to tno P U D l i ( ? - Springdale cooperative dinner The a n n u a l retreat for the C h r i s t i a n Men's Fellowship of the Arkansas Churches met at Petit pf -- John c - -''ne«, son of Mr. I """· ^ N ' C ' Jon "' 4 " orth of f hpr " 1 ,^" 1 ' . TM. s ,« r » d . uat «d from lhe 28lh d '" is '" ns *TM or ° """' .ri-nn Stat, r a rk "Saturday , nrt | "'"·nilMioned offleer'a ac.derny at Sunday. Four mombr-rs nf the lo- ' '"* m ' ^!"' ny , r ~"~., y ' ral C. M. F. attended. They wort- i , "jV 1 a . nri _, Mr "- J - r ;.G'lmnre nf A I M T h r . TM - ..'..u.-.' I-«Dbnck, Texas and their son-in- only a year old. Thin dotiblrr-llmr Into debt chnwK how oVfpnxe spending 1; really h i l l i n g jis Mrir]p. Th« Treaiurv has Irted various AI. M . T h o m p s o n , president, Charlrs T?nsoy. secretary and Thn Winsome Sunday School i rinss nl the First Bapllst Church j treasurer; Joe MrKIrn, past dis- w i l l mcel Tuesflay at 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. W. T. Pitts, Jr., tntint of meeting thl» deficit. The on Maple Drive. Mrs. Stanley Jor- total M PI a day Treasury hills I dan will have charge of the devo- l l r l r t prrslrlrnt; and the fipv. 1. J. I Kerrlr-k. the loral pastor. I The Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor if the First Baptist Churrh. law »nd daughter. Mr. and Mrs . A. T. Cnrlcy of Hobhs, N. M. re- .' ' r ' do K r °°ni. turnrd home Saturday a f t e r ! _?_"}* ""."· c *" f - aurfton, pose spending a week ~ "~" * Mrs. Exum nf Spi A«»ertt«« !· in* TIMIS-- It nn. ACTMSJ (HONDA nEMINO »nd her visiting Mr. and i » ff *tlonat«ly liter their wedding ringdale. i ln KM »*. "*-, where «he l« mak- i Inf t Him. With Rhonda buay with I a picture. Honeymoon had to be In Business to Serve You That's True of Your Carrier at Well as Your Newspaper! · SUNSHINE or rain--it'« all the same lo your carrier-boy. No matter what the woath- ·r, hs crime to doiiv«r your copy on timi-- vith oil the newi, pldurm, Itxitures, comics ond other things that maite your daily newspaper topi in reading enjoyment. H* exig«mesi( to Mnre you is tpurred by the lad that his newspaper route it strictly his own business enterprise--and that it will prosper only a« he pleases his cuElomern with prompt deliveries regular collections and carelul attention to address chances when iamilies move in or out. Such a home-delivery system nssurc:; 1m best possible newspaper n » r v i c « for you, and B;jpvlies pfpjitabl* business training . _ for your c^Bir-l*?. Next time h« call* at ' your home, OtL betler acquainted with this -ambitious young biwiiwsman. He's well worth knowing and ·noouraging all you NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Letter Carriers Nime Officers At Convention Little Boclr - (if, . Delegates attending the Arkansas Rural Letter Carrier's Association convention here elected .1. A. Hudson of Harrison as 1h?ir new president. Other officers elected Saturday were: .John H. May o£ Rose Bud and Victor Morgan of Searcy, vice presidents; W.vlie .1. Roberts of Conw-ay, secretary; J. C. Fowler .of Sherrill. treasurer, anrl W. A. Brown of Damascus, chaplain. Mrs. TjUther Reid of Conwsy was elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary. Other officers are: Mrs. V. M". Morgan of Searcy, vice president; Mrs. W. W. Adams of Gas: eta Mrs. Fred Finnoy of Beslonville, chaplain, and Mrs. Glen Ward of. Rudy, junior sponsor. Butler Ford Visitors In the Wash Ynungman horn* S u n d a y were Earl Younflman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Henson and daughter, Mrs. Virgil Henson and Joe Dale Howcrton of Springdale. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Ramey and sons of Fort Smith spent Sunday with Mrs. fiamry's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Everotte Anderson. Mr?. Ixiyd Wolfe is a patient in (he Elizabeth Hospital at Prairie Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Haney have joined the son, Dwain and family at Groat Bend, Kansas where they a re employed on a construction job. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis and son Dennis spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Keith U«M M DM MWI, «Nh KOIH OKLAHOMA TIRE A SUPPLY CO. 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