Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 14
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July 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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1 AtKANSAS TUNIS, , July 21, If52 w l f r and political partner, who dirri Saturday nij(ht alter a long illness. Mrs. Peron'fc death in her early 30'fi was generally attributed to cancer although there had brcn no o f f i c i a l announcement of the na- t u r e nf her illne;:*. The blonde wife of President .Juan D. Peron lay in slate in the ! after. ral Plans ire Made For Eva Peron · Crowds Fill Streets As They Mourn Wife Of Dictator Buftioj Aires, Argcntiiia-l/Ti- A'nentina'* humble thousands ptld homage tod»y to Eva Peron. Tn«y waited four abreast in milc- lont; queues for » 20-sccond w;,lk p*tt tht bier of their president's niil'The "night imd'mornW. General H*tttn AlUrk were declared. The COT promised a perpetual The mournful viewing of the ! guard, floral offerings and a sym- body was accompanied by an un-expected tragedy. Gen. J u a n Esteban Vacca. director of the Army's Superior School, suffered a heart attack while visiting the hicr lilsl night. He died shortly bolic flame always at her tomb. Unprecedented mourning by Ar- ccntina'j masses--who called her Evita "Little Eva" and looked upon her as a Cinderella who had risen from their own ranks to if the Labor Ministry, Class-topped ratkct of nr-ho-' ' drapod in while orchids, awaiting ;i f u l l n n l i l a i y (UIHT*! U ' m r i i o w aftr-moon. Tons of lilies, roses and rarnfitlons parked the hall and overflowed into the at reels outside. Crowds of somberly dressed, sober-faced mourners were first admitted to the improvised chape! Sunday afternoon and continued in an endless procession through- | heights of glory--began the instant of a dog's life.- Three years ago she had a litter of four puppies when she was 17. Hindsville HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEI IOI HALL AT WHfTUfY'S GARAGE Peron .spent much of Sunday be- 1 r.iflc Ihc casket and personally ar- ranccd the placement of the bier. I A f i r r a private f u n e r a l Mass, at- j lended only by government rnin- ! isirrs and i n t i m a t e friends, he ordered thr restless crowds admitted. They had shouted to KCC the body, and once broke * police Peron's decision still was a w a i t ed on his wife's permanent burial placr. Two suggested sites are the new hcadouarters of the m u l t i million dollar social foundation which she headed, or in a great i national monument built for her. | t o n a l f staff. B u i l d i n g s and lamp. Temporary interment, nl her I P"sls throuR.hnut the nation own request, will be in the hall o f ! draped in black. Mrs. Nellie Erase nf the Hartwell community has returned her'death" was announccdT^s ! '""" L ff ra '. ""'- whcrc she l church bells slowly knelled, v a s t ' a V relo " v « for several ^ crowds knelt in a night-long vigil I ... ' ,, ,, in the rain. Women wept openly ' Mls f , MatlljMn Su !, ton has rc ' j 1 ' ·''I turned from Menard, Texas after (wo v/eck visit with relatives! some in a state of near collapse.! On Sunday all flags were dipped !!' J i,, h a l f ,i..« n..iu: j i.._... a n a M ,. " cordon to closer to the cn- Age For A Conine Charlton, Mass.-MVFann.y, Ihe e.noO.OOO-membcr General L a - 1 nor Confederation. She was the Cka'c f~linmn : n« l « unofficial head of the CGT, and J"C S UHOmp Ofl I n her following among its members made her the nation's most potent nolitical force a f t e r Pcron himself. The slim beauty was regarded as the most powerful woman in politics in the world. Hi* Funeril Planned The nation's m i l i t a r y chiefs decreed her a lunora] hitherto reserved for presidents who died in office. Two d a * j of n a t i o n a l grief and 30 days of official mourning I human's l i f e \.i comparable to one I , i . . _ Mrs. Carson Tavlor o f . *"·"·; Hinnsviilc announce the birth o f ; | a son on July 24th. ' Miss Carol Ann Davis, daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. Merl Davis o f ; W i c h i t a , Kan., iias returned- to her | home alter visiting her g r a n d - i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis ! of Hindsville and Mr. and Mrs. · mongrel dog, died last night at t h e ' Grover Harris of Huntsville ripe old dogdnm age of 140 years. The Baptist Womens Missionary ' The dog was bought 20 years ago Society met with Mrs Stella E i by the Edwin Nelson family when Mason on Friday. Mrs. Bonnie one month old. An average dog's life span is between 10 and 14 years and dog authorities claim seven years of a THEY'RE ALL A C-O-O-L 76° - FOR YOUR COMFORT NOW SHOWING COOL U A R K ·ARGAIN MARRIAGE -- FOR 1 YEAR JHVTTXTIM 17 LOUIS CALHERN NOW SHOWING 1:20 - 9:20 5:25 - 7:25 - 1:15 THEY'RE IACK--Cartful, don't laugh too much! MOM FREEMAN .»DONDiFOU COOL PALACE A FIRST RUN PICTURE PLAYS TUES-WED-THUBS The Thrill-Story of the Rodeo's Glory Riders! The Furies They Dire! The Warned They Ion! ·Bronco ^^** *· / ^^ A Buster John LUND Scott BRADY Joyce HOLDER Wl WILLS "THE RAGING TIDE" JUNGLE OF CHANG" t UIIIVHHUIIEIIIMIIOIItt FICIUK was carried out. The hostess served iced lemonade. i Mrs. John R. Johnson and ' daughter, Oayle were in Fayette- i villc shopping Friday. ; Mary Chappell, Dan.i Fitcl,, i Stella Flannagan, Bill Starncs o E ; Chappcll, president, presided- over I a short business meeting a f t e r ; which the _i-jyoi^service program j COOL CLIMBER--High above ""' i " - - i - - . the earth near El Segundo, Calif., » Douglas Skyrocket reaches dizzying heights in a hitherto unpublished photo. Test pilot Bill Bridgcman. 35, confirms reports that he has flown the nev.' r* jvy ship 1238 mph at an altitude nf 79,494 feel. Since its potential high speeds would melt the plane, it carries a refrigeration unit capable of cooling a larje Hindsville and Mary Holland of Hartwell returned to their homes Friday after attending the state 4-H camp at Fayetteville July 2125. The home owners of north Hindsville are doing quite a bit of improvement work on their farms. B-ivn-or- 1 P;:rker has had the in- I tcrior of his homo refinished and ,. .nos shingle siding applied to the outside and new window frames installed. Dice Hawkins' is having a new brick f l u e built. Ray Bolingcr has completed a large addition to his barn. Dalton Dotson has made his home modern. Gene Shipley is wrecking the | house on his f a r m in preparation to building a new home. Coming Soon P A L A C E Scout Troop 100 Returns From Jasper Camp Troop 100, Boy Scouts of America, sponsored by i^evcrett School P. T. A., returned Saturday from a. week's camp at Jasper, Ark. The Scouts pitched tents and camped on a patrol basis. Tents were awarded at the end of camp to the patrol having the largest number of points, with the Rattlesnake patrol taking first place.(2 tents), Fearless Fosdicks, second ( o n e tent). Panthers, third (one tent), and the Mohawks, fourth (on lent). I Activities each day consisted o j swimming, classes in advance mcnls, archery, bjrd study, pioneering. Two Ways and I night were spent at the Buffalo i River Campsite which is ownec by Westark Council, Boy Scouts o America. One of these two day; was spent in hiking to Hemmed in-Hollow. Boys attending included Elwood Whitchurch, senior patrol leader Rattlesnake Patrol: David Carter Bill Moore, Bill Rush, · Kenneth Coffee, Keith Phillips, Keith Helms; Fearless Fosdick Patrol Honnie Burrows, Bob Hudgens j Pete Henkins, Olive Tucker, Sher- Meat I EVERYTHING IN ! FAYETTEVILLE i AND EVERYWHERE ELSE) N»W . . . 10 CMV, K inexpensive to enjoy clear, comfortable h e a r i n g at home, church, work, mov- i«, tlxryuhcrc! France Seeks Funds Washington -l. : Pj- France haf | asked the- U n i t e d S'.aics /or B2S j million dollars to str-n up arms production and mort i!s m i l i t a r y enals under Ihe N o r t h A t l a n t i c Treaty Defense plan. B-3fi Orders Closed Washinglon-Wj-The Air Force has shut off its orders for B-36 heavy bombers. Deliveries under existing orders will run into 1354. ·licit IICHT « ONIY »73 Hmdbonil ond Itttlt CoiK/ucfion Dtvt'cw · of AWtrofc Ixtrt Cttt DIXIE RADIO 4JI DICKSON PHONE 1141 IO.OAY RITURN PRIVH.IGE man Tucker, Edward Ritchie; Panther Patrol: Hugh Wilson, Bill McDonald, Bob McDonald, Nh-ki Fetter, Harlan Sond«rgaard, John Coffee; Mohawk Patrol: Glenn Ludwick, David Tucker. Frank Jwwis, Silver Beaver and veteran Scouter, was camp director, assisted by Howard H. 4udscns, scoutmaster; George, Woore, assistant scoutmaster, and Ralph Carter, commltteeman. Transportation was arranged by he Scout committee with James Burrows, chairman. , Keep up with (be time*--«»J IK TIMES EVERYTHING M flUMMNO and SUPPUR FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVBH4MENT AVI Tonrt* Tucsdaay 8:00-10:10 CARTOON * Add«d Fun * if GIANT Balloon Shower 500 Ballooni fo b. fl;rown off th« Snack Bar You Caleb 'Em Free Pony Rides THDRIVEIMf Hrm'.ltr house* *n Grade "A" Diiry B^rnt Pai nl--K«M ·--H tpmtrt NO MONEY DOWN Eaty Mvntttly Payment* DYKE LUMBER CO. 301 Si. ChatlM TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Yours From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP 60"* A ROYAL Mcove .fb# A tfftv SH/P OF STATE \ }

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