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July 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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IJ HOBTtWtr AMCANtAS TIMK. feytttovUk. kikmntm. TiMtdoy, July tt, 1M1 Eisenhower And Nixon To Map Campaign Plans Vice Presidential Candidate To Visit Ranch In Colorado Denver-M'l-Gcn. D w i R h l 71. Eiwn- howfr nnrt his COP vii-c pri-s- IHcntis) r u n n i n g m;ilo. Son. Hirh- ird M. Nixon of California, w i l l HiscuBS campaign pluns Sunday at ] Helen Louise Wlnn. (ho general's vacation haven In : Miss Jane Blakcmore and Miss the Colorado Rorkien. j Fram-M Garrett are attending t h r It w i l l be their HnU grt-to^th-' district 4-H 'nceling now bcine cr slm-0 they ,onferred briefly In Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Shulty ami daughter. Sally, of Kansas City are. guests of the Km Marvin; 1 Sen. Fred A. Seaton, »n adviser j this week, to Eisenhower at the general's I ]^ r y n r j ^ fl \ t . , · ·· r headquarlcrs here, announced to- . i r ,j r l t ' a n d daughters of Sallisaw, day that Nixon will fly from Wash- Okla., were -iivf't.-:\v. ·.. i .. .. intflon S a t u r d a y to Dcnvei. O n , Mrs. D. N. McCorniick. Mr. find n d n y Nixon wil motor 72 miles ' Mrs. Bert Pyealt of Siloam Springs Chicagn niter the Repuhllrnn Na- I i i i r-,,.,.. ,,,,!!,.., i llonal Convention. , : lo the srrluderi cattle ranch near were Sunday guests. ABC-0-MATIC Mtwatic Wosker Franer Colo., where Eisenhower Mi «" Francos and Nancy fiar- L" !',,:, vaoaHnnm, since l«l . ^V ^T^wlt^tU'.Mer" Thuisday. Nixon will fly Mnn- ! Mrs . Jamc i |, awson ,,, Santa Ana! day aftcinoon from Denver to I,os ; c - a i j f Qn t h e return t r i p they Angeles for a brief rest in his i S | )Cn t days wtih relatives in Texas. i home state before traveling In . Dr. Dunbar II. Ogden. pastor of ! Columbus. Ohio, to address Dip ! the Presbyterian Church of Stan- 1 Ohio Republican Convention July . Ion, Va.. preached at the Presby- j t e r a i n C h u r c h Sunday nioinin^. ,. , , , Dr. Ogdcn. who is on varalion, is In I ..is Angeles, the a d j u t a n t tn( , KUKi rtt nis brother, Dr. Frert neral of the Veterans of For- Qgden of Faycttcville. I* aad SEE the BIG C D I F F E B E N C E t h u p u n mAa^^ -MAT1C fir ibcad nf iMhcr wadMn. Ifi imootbw. ·£c*Bdec. 4i*Mt, i*m t*cinu» S M I T H HADKUAPPIIANCE gen eign Wars. J u l i a n Dickenson, an- nounn.-d Eisenhower w i l l m a k e his f l i s t major i-nmoaien address there before the VFW National Convention opening August .T. Prairie Grove Sun Vinson a b u n k i n g party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Msr. Gene Vjnson, Saturday night nnd'rt sunrise breakfast nl the Vinson Cafe Sunday morn- Ins. Guei»ts were Karie Sur Helmn, Miry Nell Gclficr. LaVnnne Phillips, Corctta and Sue Wilson, Camilla and Kathryne BIdwcll. Barbiini Patrick Doris Jean Smith, Marilyn Wilson, Chfirlene Brewer, Mary Prut or, Anita Tunnel, and Sunday guests of Mrs. R u t h Hanna were Mr. a n d Mrs. S. R. Patrick of Fayettsville. The Rev. C. C. Birt'.vel! and -laughters Camilla and Kathryne left Monday for Mount Holly, where they will spend a week with friends. Bob Tucker of Houston, Texas, arrived Saturday to spend t w o : weeks with his wife and c h i l d r e n . ; Mrs. Tucker and the c h i l d r e n arc spending the summer with her narcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, Cummings. MUfi Lou Clayton left Monday i on a trip through the South. Miss! Doris .lean Smith is working i n ' Miss Clayton's place at Harlans.; Keep M with the the TIMER dmtlr. TELEVISION IS VERY COMtHKATED Buy Yourt From a Television S«rvici Station SMITH RADIO SHOP BUIUNNG AND REPAIR CABINET AND MILL WORK of All Kindt. Fret Estimate LOY KINZER 55* Wall S*. M»i» 2019 i DANCE To The Music of New Sensational Western Bond Johnnie Doulton Columbia Recording Artist and His Western Swing Kings from Carlsbad, New Mexico at the Legion Hut Tonight 9:00 To ? Admission $1.00 ,, I ; s A C-O-O-L 76° -NOW- ASK ANYBODY WHO HAS SEEN IT -- IT'S VERY GOOD! THE STUDCKT IODT HAS SOMtTHMG NEW 10 S1UDYI . lill liN · Till . li» COOL PALACETHE KEFAUVER COMMITTEE -TOLD YOU AIOUT -- NOW YOU CAN SEE IT! HOODLUM TrtlkAlMlkMM tack tftW ^COLORED CARTOON * COOL U A R K ENDS TONITE Ihe DEN«[B ,w RIO GRANDE IEGINS WED. IT'S FUN FOR EVERYONE! I i ; DONDrFOH · tftWC IY!N«TON' ; IVMMHyiMIPII HI COLOMKD CARTOON LATE WORLD NEWS IS Arkansas Counties Hay Be Designated Disaster Areas As Result Of Long Drouth Births ·» Little Rock-(/P)-A thlal of 13 A r k a n s a s counties may be des- jgnatcd as disaster areas because of extreme drouth conditions. J. V. Highfili, state Farm Home Mr. aud Mr*. Glenn Kilon Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Eaton of Fayelteville, announce the birth · Administration director, said yes- of a son, July 22. at the City Hos-1 tcrday he had recommended an p j t a l . I additional 17 counties as disaster . _ ... areas to the Agriculture Department. Benton County requested j ;iien of i the designation last week. S j j n n g n ' j l f . ?mi,ounce the birth of j Miles McPeek, agricultural stat- a son, July 22, at the City Hospital. I isticaian, said that a l t h o u g h i "pretty fair" rains in the western Mr. and MM. Jmeph C. Hall half of the state were reviving ison Marion, Nevada, Perry, Scott. Searcy, Union and Van Burcn. Mr. and Mrs. Bennle Thicn ·read; MARS-BOUND BOY--Rigged for £pucc travel, six-year-old J o h n n y Schloss, ol Brooklyn, N. Y., tries nut a "rocket ship" built of p.irls from a toy mechanical building set. It was f-hown at the sixth annuul Toy Guidance Exhibit. More than 500 unusual toys from 300 American manufacturers were . . seen at the exhibit.. __-~^ Buckner Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rushing and son, David, who have been vacationing in the Western states returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thraelkeld and son, Carter, of Detroit, were gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robbins and f a m i l y Saturday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernfct Von Erdmannsdorff were, Mrs. H;vy Longslrect and d a u g h ter, N i t a Fnyc and Wesley Simpson of Joplin, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. George Stowell of Miami, Okla. Stephen Longstrcet who has been a puest of Mr. and Mrs. Von E r d m a n n s d n r f f the past three '..'rrks returned home lo Joplin v i t h his mother, Mrs. Ray Longstreet. Mr. and Mrs. Otio Drake and Mrs. Cardia Drake spent Sunday with Mrs. Dora Settles in Ben- tonvillc, Mrs. Cardia Drake remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charlc: Lalrlo- morc ami d a u g h t e r , brcmiii, i.o visiting in C l n r k s v i l l e this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fry Davis, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly of Anderson, Mo., the past week, returned Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Baxil bed- ford and daughter, Betty Jo, of Elkins were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Caudle. Mr. and Mrs. Willie 1-oguu of Tulsa were Saturday night guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Caudle. .Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stover and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Maxwell of Parksdnta were Sunday guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Rill Earls entertained »1 a noon luncheon Sunday for Miss Beverly Drake of Okmul- noe and Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Drake of Buckner. Air. and Mrs. Claude Atkisson ·A'crc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les- :i:r Atkisson and daughter of Rogors Sunday. Mrs. Olha Caldwcll of Fayclte- · ilk was an overnight guest of .ill*, and Mrs. John Wilson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. .ioixph C. Hall u? Jfi.yr-ilevillc, r-nnouncc the birth of a son, J u l y 21, at the County Hospital. Draft Boards Eyeing Doctors And Dentists Little Rock-(/P)-Some 230 A i - , kansas doctors and dentists w h o ! did not serve in the armed forces j after 1940 will start receiving d a r f t questionnaires immediately, i This was announced yesterday by Brig. Gen. E. L. Compere, state I Selective Service head, who said j the men classified 1-A will be; examined d u r i n g August. pastures and hay crops, the sup- ' plies still would be short. j Counties recommended as dis- | aster areas yesterday were: Baxter, Carroll, Cleburne, Conway, Crawford, Faulkner, Fulton, Hot Springs, Independence, Mad- HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEE BOB HALL AT WHITEIEY'S GARAGE WHY ROAST? ·^ i .. , d/'rCo/id/tionea Travel relaxed in cool comfort. No driving strain! No traffic or parking problems. You stt more snd SAVE plenty. Frequent service, with through schedules to major cities. Connections every- w h e r e . C o m e i n o r c a l l f o r information. Frtqutnf Itrvic* t* fort I r «nd C«n|i Chc Last Showing Tonite 8:00-10:00 Sensational Return Premier A ··public Htlutt W A Y N E Claire T R E V O R Walttr t^-ffy'iif^.f^'^if, PLUS: WORLD MEW8 fc GOOFY CAJBTOOK ^" STARTS WEDNESDAY -- 2 DAYS ONLY YOU Vt N E V E R MET A WOMAN . I K E H E R ' ··w^. " ' "** ^.l.yl^ll»M.I.*^l Cotch-A-Pok« 300 Paper Sacks to B« Thrown Oif th« Snack Bar Lo«d«d With Prisn. T[]DRI.EIH f / Lefs eonsidfr ffiese/0 1. Continuation of prwent toti eoritroction prop-am allocating road fundj equally between p r i m a r y tad ·econdary construction. 2. Completion of Medical Center and the building of · Nurses' School u a pan of the Medical Center. Z. Put into operation long range construction plant for building new Hospital for Nervoul Dia 4 Provide an equalized educational program for every boy and girl in the State. Thii meant a nine nwnthi' course of instruction with adequate building facilltiea and · trained teaching itafl. To retain qualified teaching per- ·onnel a salary schedule of at lean $2400 per year for Khool teachers with a bachelor's degree must be s«t up. 5. Complete the building of a modern admini»tr»tioo building and barracks for the State Penitentiary. t. Set up a construction fund for the State colleen and the University. 7. Continue to increase Old Age Assistance grata in of need until national average is reached. t. Repeal the law that permits utilities to increase ratet merely by filing a petition and potting a bond. Rate increase should not be granted until the cue justifying such increase is clearly established. I. Support construction of all power generating facilities whether such facilities are being built by private companies or co-ops or the federal government. 10. Extension of rural telephone service to Arkansas firm families. Pol. Adv. Paid for by Henry Wood, Campaign Mgr., Tor Sid McMath SELECT [fl eAinaUAA* ~ TM U COMfUfl t rttftm tffnfrut 41 E. 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