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July 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Personals Don Looney of Barllcsville, Okla., Js spending a week here as tho guest of John Her.best. Maj. Orrin J . Henbest Is on a Bans weddinf Tuesday. Ray C. Miller, aviation storekeeper, third class, USN, is at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Atsugl, Japan, where he is serving with the Flag Allowance- of Commander Fleet Air, Japan. He Is the two-week active tour of duty with i s °n of Mrs. Bessie Miller of Faythe Air Force, at Lowry Field,' 'tteville, and Attended the Uni- Denver, Colo. versity here. Harry E. Shultz, who has been L ill with bronchial pneumonia and * Today's Market-- St. L**u Llveotock National Stockyards 111 - (in - CUSDA) - Hogs 7,000; active- mostly 15 to 25 higher on 180-230 Ibs; other barrows and gilts about steady; tows 25 to SO lower- no change stags or boars; bulk chojce 180-22U ibs unsorwd for grade 23.00-23.10; occasional sales 23.15; couple · · ·OflMMBT AM patient at the City Hospital for the past three weeks, is expected to return home tomorrow. Paul Junior Keown returned to his home in Stilwell, Okla., after a vacation here with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Keown, 411 Government Avenue. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keown, who ; | 3 teaching in Stilwell. Miss Dorothy Bridenthal of Little Rock, visited here the first of the week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Orcgg, · CLIB BARTON for Attorney Central HI**"i ··"^"giff" 1 * *·» ·« · IMoneo 101% M HMH or Cwr»n OM JMfM! P«ld bjr Piul Johnson, MtmU- OtllO. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Akey of Fort "-'a; coupie loads choice num- s, Colo., announce the birth bers 1 and 2 23.25; packers top a son, Larry Vance, July 17. , , . Mrs. Akey Is the former Elizabeth Ann Horlacher, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. w. R. Horlacher, formerly of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cunningham nf Nashville, Tcnn., formerly of Fayetteville, are here for two weeks and are guests of the Thad Rowdens on Mt. Sequoyah. Mr. Cunningham is one of the leaders of the Leadership School now in session on the mountain. Mrs. Cunningham is the daughter of J. L. Ruble. Book Review Scheduled At Formington Church Farmington - (Special) - The Women's Society for Christian Service of the Methodist Church will sponsor a book review by Mrs. W. F. Cooley of Fayetteville iTiia. w. r. i^uojey OI uayetieville , ' "" lml J «"u Lunnnercic at the church next Tuesday af- 21.00-25.00; cannen an tefnoon starting at 2 o'clock. Mrs c F ller bulls H-00-20.00; good an Cooley will review the book "A enmc « vealers 26.00-30.00; fe\ Man Called Peter." Keep op wtlk We tlaari raor Ike Timea telly NO 7M 7ew! I/tut Hext . . ThonMndf of P*opl« from e»ery fcctlon tf Ark- MMI art responding to ft* Murry's sincere profnun. They «re imprewed by his sincerity of parpM* and knowledge of o«r state government Tfcey have decided conclwively that Ike Many ig tht man to retttw confidence in the Governor's office. 1KB MURKY ku nbmltte* at voattln 14 Point Frotran wkkk ku been review** in tmr ammjor iMreaa ke kat 22.75, 230-250 Ib unsorted for grade «r wci(ht 22.25-23.00; occasionally 23.10 on 230 Ibs; choice 280-300 Ibs 21.00-22.00; choice 150-170 Ibs 20.00-21.75; few 170 Ibs 22.00- 120140 Ibs 18.00-19.50; sows 400 Ibs down 18.50-19.25; heavier sows 16.50-18.25; boart 11.00-1400' stags 13.00-15.00. Cattle 700, calves 600; steers and heifers too scarce to quote a trend with odd lots selling on a clean-up basis; cows under pressure with sales weak to 50 lower and a liberal portions unsold- bulls and vealers little · change- few commercial to average good steers and heifer yearlings 240030.00; utility ranging down to 19.00; few medium good" replacement steers 23.00-26.00; most utility and commercial cows. 1775-21.99; canner and cutter cows 13.00-17.50; shelly canners 1200 downward^uWity and commercial and d sorted prime to 32.00; utility and commercial vealers 19.00-25.00- culls down to 15.00. ' Sheep 400; dull; weak clean-up trade; scattered sales choice and prime spring lambs 29.00-29.25 to to packers; slaughter ewes unchanged 4.50-6.50, according to weight and quality; aged bm-ks fe£ HEAT EXJAUSTJPJ^ SUNSTROKE^ 's / / / ; / » / - ^jj^^B^^HBH^a^B^L^BI^^^BmH BHUBBBiPUBBB^Hm^BBPIfc ^^^^^^^^^^·^BHHi^aiHHHHl MsWoHHMlHBHMliiiHla^aWlB Clammy ikin r with lif n *f ptr. Toht patitnt to t.rculatfnf air. t ·imfiHH Lf _ _ . « . . * . . ·» From The People* To the Editor: I feel that the farmers nf Wash- Kton County should be highly commended for their action In ! nnt voting to declare the county a drought-stricken area. As every- to have on* of the an-rallM point hru.«h jobs jmt »o it lays thi dual. A. W. R l e f f K. J. Carter The Courts Obituary spiratien. I Pole face. I Wood pulio, normal to rapid. I Temperature about normal. i Headache. [ Dizzinou. i Nauiea and vomiting. ' Muscular weakness. Hot, dry ikin. Flushed foco. Fait, full pullO. Kttp patient Dot and warm. Stimulant! may bo giv*n. Salt, total of ent tableipoonful in a imoll amount of watir, should bo given gradually, thtn diluted tall wator ovor period of limt. Tali* patient lo ihody, cool plot*, r t m a v t *r l o a i t n clothing. Apply told to tht head. « vi "itfvMi-.-Mi uncii flics, /\5 everyone knows we have had iosufficl- :Mn. tenor* ent r a i n f a l l !hl« season, but the I country is not completely parched.! ""RPrs-fSpeelali- Mrs. Lennr; although crops are suffering had- Crassel. 77, died at a Rogers hos ly for the want of moisture. The j P" 1 ) 1 lhi " morning. She win born courage displayed by the formers ' I of this rniint.v indicnle thai they have an enormous amount of faith Chancery Court P Frances I^ouise Rice n. Glen; Rice: decree of divorce to plain t i f f . Keep op win, n la* TIMEII 4a«T. in themselves and their abilities to cope with the situation without , ^ asking the government for aid. I American Wnr Veterans. : Man cannot m a k e rain when and I where he wants it. but he ran ' trust that the almighty God will i and reared in Mnrrisville. 111., nnd rnme here about two years ngo. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, the W. C. T. U.. and the a u x i l i a r y of Spanish Funeral service will he held Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church in Mnrri | »«arttae it) ttt TIM**--it w*i, IWM pvi». nppiy tvia rv rnv neaa. High temperature, usually ovor Cool body g r a d u a l l y ; pour 104. water en victim after wrap- j Headache. ping in a sheet, or givo cool ; Dizziness. both up to 20 mlnutei, with Nauioa, vomiting. manage, or sponge with RKI ' '*" *"""· ' K3 Do not give stimulanlt. WAYS TO DETECT sunstroke and heatstroke and what to do when they · . '-·- «-..^. n occur come from a flrat aid book published by the American Red Cross ! l l n n - anr) v " * nolllfi a! l be proud Of the fart I t i a * nnr U/arhlnnt« n come to his rescue and save him i Survivors are her husband, Ernest from utter ruin. His f a i t h , added '· K - nf ""d*". and a son, Ernest to his prayers, will bring results, i A - nf P*""*, HI. At this writing, the element* are very t h r e a t e n i n g and we all hope t h a t the drouth will be broken for n i l the people in this area and elsewhere. The courage displayed by the farmers of this enmity reminds me of the courage displayed by our ancestors who braved the wilderness of this stale to carve out of the rough forest, the .beautiful and productive farms we now enjoy. It appears that the pioneer courage of our forefathers has been passed on to this present genera- CHICK SPECIAL 8c ·eefc ·WAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery f.».»mmm Marriages Robert Gale Elmore and Mrs. Would Take Hostage In Repaying Reds Berlin-W-The West Germany Youth Group proposed today a key Communist be taken hostage every time the East Zone Reds k i d n a p a West German. The Youth Group made the proposal in a letter to the anti-Communist Free Jurists' Committee, w h° Ke economic expert, Dr. Walter . , . Darlcne Joan Pickering, both of I Llnse, was recently snatched by Toronto, Kan., were married July ! Rcri "Bents outside his West Bcr- ! Only KE MURKY has UM ·a what he win do for Ark- ajuw UHl how ke wilt do It. Hef«bllw14-PoirtlKEMUMYPr9ir8iii! I--A 12 per cant cut hi idmlitittrMivo toih. *--A T« Reduction Fund credited with 23 by Thomas F. Butt, chancery udge. Jimmy L. McMullen and Miss Nettie Lou Titsworth, both of Okemah, Okla., were married July 19 by the Rev. Walter Johnson. Leon Veager and Miss Joyce! swept the valiev of the ki7.il ir- Spencer, both of Springdale, were I mak River following a recent married July 18 by the Elder Har- heavy rain, it was reported today. Zfl Drown In Turkey I s t a n b u l , Turkey-M')-/1 7.0 persons were drowned of the fact that our Washington County farmers are well represented among those who have received t h a t pioneer courage of Independence. Our nation will continue to »ur- Paris-W)-Margaret Truman met v . ive as " Rroat n a t i n n «° lon « »' ie press this morning with a I ' p ""'race shown by our f a r m - dinmond on her third finger l e f t : l TM rtl m;iln.unpermost In the hear-; '-- ' ' and minds of our people. N. J. Hawkins Change in Location Of Ring Brings Comment , . v h.ind,' but she denied it was an engagement ring. "There's no news in t h a t de- pnrtment," she raid in answer lo questions about a possible ro- ! Tn t h e Editor: with much interest mance. "It's the ring my parents i your editorial about the state gave me for college graduation. ro; "I ( o Devil's Den. It did get a , I just shifted it because of shak- ''I 11 " had when the maintenance! ing hands so much." " · |MS ! M, and ra S.nl.nc. Is Appealed I.ondon-i/Pi-William M. Marshall, 24, British Foreign Office lio operator convicted of slip- Ian Griffith.' Gene B. Bugler of Yuma, Ariz, and Miss Nora Lee Parnell of Fayeteville, were married July 20 by the Rev. Tommy Giles. 11 Me In Storm Rome-WJ-Lightning caused the deaths of 11 persons yesterday during a storm that hit Central and Southern Italy and Sardinia St.Oosepn MMKTMIIIT..I Child Drowns In Pond Star Clty-(/Pj-A Sta City boy, Thomas Bentley, five, drowned yesterday afternoon while wading with his younger brother in a pond near his home. A group of small girls learned of the accident and reported it. Although railroad rail theory a mile of welded together ping state secrets tn Russia, today appealed his five-year prison sentence. Dutch Raclivo Tankl , , ,,.,,,,. Rotlerdnm, The Netherlands-HP)! =^---= An American freighter arrived I here .today with 22 Sherman tanks! aboard for the Dutch Armv. I t ] was tho largest shipment since i man was off for about 10 d.iys helping on Highway 71. But he is back now, and the road Is just its good as you can have one without pnvina* It has been kept up belter during the last three years than ever before. Why don't you help us get It blacklnppcd? If you would in- slead of knocklr-.f we might get - better road. We would be glad For Progress in Politics VOTE FOR Paul Chambers (of Hel.no) FOR DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN Subjoct to rVinwrfoi July 2» and Aufvt* II Paul was born In Marianna, atLnded school there . . . fr«du-. alsd from Arkansas State College with honors with B. S. defroM In education . . . took post-graduate work at Unlw.ity «*n Arkansas . . . s t a r t e d newspaper at Hughes . . . volunteered! as private In National Guard In 1940 . . served 5 years with,. «£ r ,.u TM ,,v ?* r ," I"" 1 TM"'- Business Interests started aincti World War II include furniture store, auto agency, farm inv, plcment dealership, real entate and Insurance business past,' president. Arkansas Furniture Association; past president', East Arkansas Young Men's Club; served on executive com-1' niittee, Arkansas Department of American Legion; mem] national committee on Boys' State; V. F. W.; Rotary Methodist Church. TMOUIAMDt OF AREANIAHS KNOW FAOL. AIK ANYONE WHO KNOW! HIM! Political ad paid for by Paul Chambers nf Helena nd last December, when 44 tanks were delivered. would change length as much as 4 or 5 feet between summer and winter temperatures, it has been found in practice that this does not happen. Air-wave television allocations made in the United States in 19S2 are expected to make televisiui possible for more t h a n half th people of the country. Dice found in the ancient tomb "f Egypt arc similar to those use by gamblers today. c l t L Control loird instead of by tho Governor. · Coii»larioa) of tho Hifhway Audit uitdtr fho 1MI A* ^ annual M,h w . y 11H | ta ' thereafter M **** T--Rottorttioii to Public School Fund of tho »a« rovom»i toton *~ it or H» McMath admimrtrrtio" 1^1. 1949^ »"J ··tH.tf *· l *»»nhial , · on federal income t» paymonti. fht i «con«ii(f lo. oxoorienced men and women on board* and commitiioni and in top adminiilrativo amitioni. '*-- Openinj of welfare rolls for inspection 10 as to incroaM Mrmontt to doscrving recipients by purfing relit of polrtkil n A n I vn · MI* 'I-- A waithii period before clemency ordon take tHocf, M M r» allow time for protoiri. 14-- Limit of two term, in Co.ornor'i offiet, t» k* Oltaoliihod by Conititotionil Amondmont. It's Up To You! Do Your Port! ELECT Ike Murry GOVERNOR Hit Onl y Candidate With A Dtfioito, Program Stc Mi R Mr Tkt Grand OVt Ofrr With IKK MURRY At All Rillta **tfc*l Advntijenwnt PaM For Jlv The- CITIZENS COMMITfEI TOR IKE HUBBY HafoU ^^^^^^m^^mm^^ Last Chance Tomorrow VALUES TO $18.95 All Summer Shoes HOUSE SLIPPERS $000 The Year-Round Favprit^ NELLY DON Com muter Crepes Values to $3.95 First in Faycttevillt of acetate and rayon wrty. ut he GOP out/' erned ·pi- "be- farhv nwn : then naxec MliOt 's for cartl- ot las I him m . use ^' Ihe soft, supple look of crepfe' cm ar') is the newest look of the i Here, Nelly Don's imart dark !u ' p h , n ', threesome designed to add a fresh, Fall air to your town or travel wardrobe. First in Fayetteville ruman .ationa othe brin; Irrima; I brok fgatior f. Pau I turnei tellin on ha t happ Sidt-ilanttd cMtJmi, ..;,'£ left, outlined with pufftd in nl ' taffeta. Black, Navy. ,,,, ,. 14!/2-20'/2. 10.95 ncmbe, v part Cardigan luirdrtts, f ·y^ 1 center, with sheer polko- ed On' dot scarf. Note tht 1d *J low-placed skirt fullness, to'twr Black, navy. 12-20. 14.WJJ «g right, trim linn _. with matching cord braid, rhlrmtont buttentl Block, navy. 12-18. It* \ 9

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