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July 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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JM IROfp6 Mjm4 In Hifhway Accident San Gabriel, Calif. - (/P) - Jim Thorp*, 64, the great Indian ath- lett, was nursing a broken nose ·nd a bruised face today received in a truck accident. Thorpe, a native Oklahoman, told officers he was riding in a truck which rammed the rear of a it»te highway vehicle yesterday. POLITICIANS' ARITHMETIC VS. DEMOCRATIC ARITHMETIC H*f« II Mm box tcor« of trw prwtnt County and Circuit Ckfkf' political rim record In public office. Roy Scott: 5 ttrmt X 2 y*an or 10 yrara n County Clerk. Richard Greer: j 4 tarrnt X 2 ytara or I ytart at Circuit Cbrlc. | 4 ywin a$ d*puty dark or a total of 12 ywn in thit off to. ThtBt two County Officials ara now asking the Voters of Washington County to Perpetuate them in office. THUMBS DOWN on 6 terms in Office for Scott 5 terms in Office for Greer DO THE VOTERS REMEMBER THE CAMPAIGN PLEDGES OF THESE TWO CANDIDATES 8 A N D 10 YEARS AGO? THEY SAID, "IF THE GOOD P E O P L E O F T H E COUNTY WILL ELECT ME FOR ONE TERM AND IF I CAN BE ELECTED A SECOND TERM, I WILL QUIT AND GET OUT." As politicians they have forgotten their initial campaign promises to the voters. T H E V O T E R S O F W A S H I N G T O N COUNTY HAVE NOT F O R G O T T E N AND WILL DEMONSTRATE THEIR MEMORY OF CAMPAIGN P R O M - ISES ON JULY 29th. A vota for BUSH it for BUSH n County Judge and not for a yot man or a hat boon. Buih it fully capable of running the Judge't office him- ·etf and will do jutt that. -VOTE FOR- William L Bush For COUNTY JUDGE A University graduate, vocational agriculture teacher, World War II and Korean Veteran, Farmer, Stockman, Churchman and a friend to the farmer and butineti man. Poltical advertisement paid for by friends of Col. Bush--Jim Newport, Rt. 2, Fayettcvilie. Oklahoma City Packing House Workers Out Refuse To Cross Picket Line Of | Stock Handlers Oklahoma City-(flAn estimat od 400 CIO Union employes of the Armour and Company packing plant here stayed awiy from their meat processing jobs today by refusing to cross a picket line of striking livestock handlers. Both the stock handlers and the Armour workers are members of the CIO United Packinghouse Workers Union. The handlers walked off their jobs yesterday in a grievance dispute which climaxed months of futile .negotiations for a contract. Operations in the stockyards were reported curtailed slightly. Steve Mauser, international representative of the union, advised the union members to continue their refm»! in ciuss ine picket lines. He directed bitter remarks at what he termed was police in- j tervention. Police Chief L. J. Hil- j bert said he had a detail of men stationed at the stockyards to "prevent violence and that's all." Oscar Holdcrby, president of the Oklahoma National Stockyards Company against which the livestock handlers are striking, said operations were "about normal" at the yards. He estimated cattle receipts yesterday at 5,000 head and said today's total probably will reach 2,800. Effect of the strike on Armour operations was not known immediately. Variation In Zoning Ordinace Granted M, IM Southern Governors And Russell Confer The Courts Municipal Court In Municipal Court t h i s morn- ins Francis Edwards u-ns fined $40 and sentenced to a day ir. jail "n a charje of drunk driving by .lurttre V. James P t a k j Charles Curtu tialey, 20, and Jack E. Graham, 18, 'were convicted of petit larceny in the theft of a tire from a pickup truck parked near Swansons two weeks ago. Galcy was sentenced to HI days in jail nml fined $25 dollars and Graham was fined $25 by Judfje I'tak. Twenty tons of soap may Itibri- ' .'ile the ways when a battleship ' ·· launched. | A group of Southern governors and scnntors get together for a confi-renue in Cliit-.ijvj *,viiii Sen. Richard Russell at his headquarters at the Hilton Hole!. Left In risht; Guv. Herman Tnlmudgc of Onrpin; Gov. James F. Byrrics of South Carolina; £~n. Hussc I fo Georgia; candidate for the Dprnocnitir presidential nomination; Guv. .Hugh White (if Mississipo;; Sen. Harry F. JJyrd nf Virginia; Sen. Kdwarri Johnson of, Colorado, Russell's campaign manager; G n . A l l a n Shivers of Texas; Gov. Robert Kennnn of Louisiana; Sen. Russell -Long of Louisiana, and former Gov. Cameron Morrison of North Carolina. At a meeting of the Board of Adjustment in the Council Room of the City Administration Building yesterday afternoon, T. H. C h a f f i n requested and was grant cd a variation in the zoning ord inancc on the property at 9 Eas Trenton Street, Jot 3. block 14 in the Village Park addition. Chaffin requested that he be al lowoJ to huild his house 17 fee from the street rather than the 2, feet required by the ordinance because of the topography of the land. Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes father of the late. U.S. Supreme Court justice, brought »bout a sharp drop in the incident* child-bed fever by advising doctors to wash their hands before delivering babies. Americans use abont 135 pounds of \vheat flour per capita an- nuallv. Egyptian Army Seizes Control 01 Government Move Sold Planned To Show Farouk Intrigue Irritating London-(/P)-Turmoil rose to a new fever pitch today in the Middle East. In Egypt, the Army seized control of the government with the announced intent of stamping ' out corruption. The move appnr- I enlly was designed to show King j Farouk the Army is tired of pub-; lice graft and palace intrigue. ; The Cario coup was led by Gon.' Mohammed Naguib, Palestine war hero whose appointment as war minister was vetoed last week by Farouk. The lightning action came only a Jew hours after the independent leader, Ahmed Naguib Hilaly Pasha formed a new government, Egypt's f i f t h in six months. London viewed the coup as a direct challenge tn Farouk. Apparently Naguib's move was not designed to wrest control from Tanks and armored cars surrond- ed Abdin Palace and government buildings in Cario. The situation in Egypt is being watched anxiously by Western observers, not only bemuse of Egypt's potential key position in Middle East defense, but also in ! light of Britain's bitter fued w i t h ' i the Egyptians over control of the] Hilaly, but to halt corruption, j Suez Canal and the Sudan. F R I I C A T A L O G ·UMMIMI, rAUU, 1ANCMI. KM SMI TlltOmtlOUT 1M Will Conuini nintti. lorilloni. jroti. l«le,- rent, prlc«, «tc. M'ECIFV lUmiNESI 01 rtOFERTY AND UtCAtlOH DKSWKD, inn we place your reoueil In Epeclil Service B u l l e t i n l e n t t o o w n e r i . N o o b l l o t l o n . WMI. tar Otitof M.. 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