Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 29, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 29, 1952
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NOtTHWUT AtKAHSM T1MU, r*y*Mw»ak. ArUeMe. Tuwtdeiy, July If, lfS2 New WSB To Be Selected By President Confirmation By Senate Necessary Under Regulations Washington-!/!') - The old Wase Stabilization Bonrd die.', at m i d night tonight, but a new one, w i t h less power, is expected to be named shortly by President Truman, Members must be confirmed by the Senate, but as It is not in session Truman may name board member io serve u n t i l Congress convenes in January. It is reported nc is h a v i n g difficulty finding men to f i l l (he ports. The old WSB was the center of Seated controversy durlnc the steel strike because some said certain recommendations It mafic favored organized labor. Until i new board is named. Economic Stabilization Administrator noger L. Putnam could lake over as wage stabilizer. The new board, like the old one, will have equal representation from industry, labor and the pub. ke Vogues To Be Presented At Fort Smith The original company of Ice Vojucs of 1952, which has toured Europe, will show in fort Smith Harper Stadium each night, August 10-23. The international edition of Ice : Vogues includes it number of stars of f i v e d i f f e r e n t countries, mosi of them making their first American tour. produced in George and Eisenhower To Speak Aug. 5 At Convention 01 The VFW Denver - (*) - Gen. Dwight D. I The medal will be presented each hlscnhower, the Republican presi- I year to the person the veterans 1 dential nominee, will address the organisation decides hus made t h e ! J.lrd a n n u a l encampment nf the contribution to the cause. 1 lie. Whether It will also have 18 members has not been made public. It will not have the old board's power to handle labor disputes. The American Federation of Labor yesterday ended one government worry: It announced it would cooperate with the new board, despite the loss of some of its power. There had been spccu- litlon orfanized labnr might boycott the weakened WSB. The AFL'I Executive Council, ilthoush voting to go along with the new WSB, took opportunity to criticize the new stabilization law. which it said has "materially weakened both price controls and wage stabilization policy." 'The council added that lowcied barriers to Inflation would "incv- Itibly lead" to further demands This edition was Mew Yurk City by R u t h Tyson and made Its first appearance on the continent in Lisbon. Portugal, May, 1951 and followed with success in the leading cities of France, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, and Germany. It played in Paris, France, for three weeks in Palais de Sports (The Madison Square Garden of Paris) anr) one month in Rome, Italy. It w i l l RO from Fort Smith to Mexico City. A company of 75 top-flight stars 'III put on 28 acts, eleht big production scenes, and 24 "Glamour- leers." The A m r i t a Grotto presents the show for Ihc benefit of the cerebra! palsy children at the Joseph M. Hill school in Fort Smith. Tickets go on sale at the Fort Smith Chamber of Commerce August 6. Veterans of Foreign Wars in Los ' ,,f American u n i t y and world '· Angeles August 5. In announcing completion arrangements today, A r t h u r peace, j After th« howi'f W i l l - 1 V.-indcnbcric r.aitl it w i l l be a brief Vandcnbcrg, Jr., the general's i cculive assistant, said Eisonh': er's appearance at the convention j ^rcturn'to'c^ifo will be "entirely non-political in ! for .,,, ou( .,, nd . f , ul n "' u ', P - . ( o f the slate. But his remarks to the vctcr- presentation, Kisen: m;ike his address. ! eampaisn tour ' ans are likely to deal with the international situation a n d t h e ! On August 25, the scncnil v.ill j i m;ike it major address at the! struggle for world peace - and I Am ' TK ' an '-Dion's a n n u a l are certain In he nn:,lv«H in , h n . v(nl '" n in New V ork. for wage months. increases in cominp Kay Williams Wins Suit For Divorce LtN An«eles-W)-Actre5j Kay Williams li free of her marital tie* with sugar heir Adolph B. ftpnckels II. She testified yesterday, la winning an interlocutory d*cr« of divorce, t h a t Sprcckels ·ometimei called her by Ionic distance juit to abuse her. Movie Money For School Buildings Availible Wnshlnslon-W-T h e govern ment today tabbed 17 million more dollars for school construction projects in federally-affected defense areas. The Federal Security Agency's Office of Education announced that 75 local school dis- .ricts in 28 stales will share in today's allocations. Those for Arkansas include: North Little Rock. *13«,000; Gosncll School District No. «-- Blythevlllc, $32.079; Newport Special School nistrict. $«l,092. and Pine Bluff School District No. 3, $549,316. Arkansas total $778,484. More Federal Workers Added To Rolls hiring of 28,600 new workers during June ·--mostly for temporary vacation relief jobs -- brought the total of Federal civilian employes to 2,603,JOO on July 1. The U. S. Civil Service Commis- Actresi Dorothy Lamour testified | sion, reporting this today, said it lor Miss Williams. , was the biggest Jump in the Kov ernmem's roll for ,my rnonl since June ol last year. Spnckeli agreed to pay Miss Wiiuimit |6,C[)0 a year for 12 years Ke alto wiU pay $BOO monthly for aupport of their children Adolph III, three, and Joan, 18 month*. FORTUNATE FAYETTE. VILLE RESIDENTS TO RECEIVE MS.50 IN MERCHANDISE AND SERVICES FOR ONLY $2.00. Fourteen local merchants ore ·pontoring a "get acquainted" advertising program itarting I h 11 w e e k . Certificatei for $48.30 in merchandiie and tervicei are lo be distributed among local residents and the only cott to those who receive them It $2.00 service charge for tht booklet itself. All the merchandise Is absolutely free and most of the certificates are Britain To Relinquish Steel Plant Control T J ondon-(ff)-Winston Churchill government said to day It will try to start tunneling Britain'* giant iron and steel industry beck into private hands this f a l l . Births Mr. and Mm. Arnytl V. C. McUarli Mr. and Mrs. Arllyel V. C. McDaris of Fayellevillc, announce the birth of o son, July 27, at the County Hospital. good until December 8, 1952. Mr. and Mm. Behbr DonaM Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Donald nf Sprlnsdalr, announce the birth of a son, July 28, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. (late Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Case of j Fayettcvillc, announce the birth of The Idee for tht program Is one of i " * on Ju '. v 26, -it the City Hos- Ihe eldest in advertising {lo eclu- i p i l a l ·lly demonstrate tnd provi I hi tjuiltly of the merchants' service ·ad merchandise to Iht con- tuner). Tht method of distribution Is. bewever, tomiwhit ntw. Thou who her* the opportunity to receive the boekltt art called and M Informed. The booklit Is thin delivered and thi rtsidtnt p«yi · , 11.00 service charo... and laltr I rtau Shtcr. J t i l j presents the booklat lo tht mtr. | I! " i| " ul chute for their products. Mr. and Mm, Dean YYorley Mr. and Mrs. Dean Worley of Fayettcville, announce the birth of a son, J u l y :!6, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. .Slate Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Slate of Fay- announce the birth of a the City! roUowlnf U i pirtUl ll«| ,,| the mrr- rhanduc and Ihr tirnu participating In th« riyettevilli profrnm: FASHION CLEANERS -- Free cleaning end pr.s.iny, Tilut $J.!5; McCLURE BtUDIO-One Sx7 B. J W. portrait. Tilue 15.00; JIM BENTON'S BOWLING LANES- Tkne femes of bowling. vtlue tlMl DARLDELITE - Thru lent cones of ice crttm; FAY- ETTCVILLE HOLLER R I N K -- ·U silting tickets, Ttlui 11.70: Free beauty services Includi: Heir- til. dtndrulf trettmtnl. crtmt rkue. ereltth end eyebrow dyt. tfcete ere it GINGHAM GIRL B E A U T Y S H O P . ALICE'* BEAUTY CHOP. AND WILDA'S BEAUTY SHOP. Free automobile MfTicei Include: Motor lunt-up. l*e lubikttloni. a belliry re- i, ene flet fixed, crinkcate, ··HUM end dilfirentlel * and flushed _ total valut tIMO. Tkeee ere el HCFLIN'S KXVICC. BOB iTOUT SERVICE ·TORE. TOUNKIN k SONS. BOB KUDEM LION SERVICE STA. TIM, AMD MILLER'S GARAGE, «M Ike DIXIE RADIO AND SUP. fliT at ftTiHf tree rtdle end tele- vWeti eerrlce werth M.N. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Usaiter Mr. anri Mrs E. H. Lassiter of i Lowell, announce the birth of « ison. July 27, nl the City Hospital ABC-0-MATK S M I T H RADIO 4 AWUKf arc certain lo be analyzed in t h e light of his bid for the presidency. The VFW convention probably will be the occasion of Eisenhower's first formal speech since he was nominated at the Republican convention J u l y 11. For his VFW appearance, Eisenhower w i l l f l y from Denver lo Los Angeles the morning of August .V Immediately after addressing the convention in the early ·jvening he will return by plane o his campaign headquarters here. Shortly after arriving in T^os Angeles, the general will review the annual VFW parade and then will witness a drum and buRle corps pageant in the Coliseum. To Receive Medal A bit later Eisenhower w i l l receive from the VFW the first annual Bernard M. Baruch medal. BOSS OF CAIRO-U.-Gen. Mohammed Xaguib Bey, Cairo garrison commander, l e a d s At his campaign headquarters here, Eisenhower arranged a t u n - ] rheon conference today with Sen. 1 I l u t f h Butlwc. Nebraska R e p u b l i - j ran who supported- Sen. Robert A. T.ift of Ohio for the GOP presi- d e n t i a l nomination. Just back Jrom n 10-day vacation in the Color-ado Rockies, j Eisenhower held a long conference j e.sterday w i t h his new p o l i t i c a l i chief of s t a f f , Gov. Sherman Ad- i To Cut Tobacco Buying McGranery Tells Boys Nation Group That His Cleanup Campaign Is Going Forward I Wel5h I-ouisiana, who had Washington - (/Pi - Atty. Gen. j "Our program is getting along James P. McGrancry said today very well here, I am sure. The he is getting along very well without the asbestos pants his predecessor .1. Howard McGrath recommended that lie wear to Wahinston. Also, McGrancry said the government's corruption- cleanup campaign he inherited from McGrath and special ad- fact that you hear little about it is evidence t h a t I am trying to do the job. "We have had some removals, but J do not think it would be fail- to pinpoint the actions which have been taken. "I think it is well understood ministration investigator. Newbold ; now that if you do wrone ,you are Morris, is going forward satisfactorily, although w i t h o u t fanfare. McGrnncry made both statements in answering inquiries yesterday when he received a delegation nf about 88 teen-agers attend-in." the A m e r i c a n Legion's Boys' Nation sessions here. A f t e r showing the youngsters s p r i v a t e suite, the new attorney i general said he was open to any j questions. On young delegate ask- | cd if he had needed the asbestos not going tn get away with it. McGranery insisted, during the interview, on yielding the chair at his desk to Bob Martin, 17, of EVERYTHING M nuMimo an* summ FAYITTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO OOVl»MMtNT AVE Egyptian army forces in control j panls M c G r a t h rcommcnded on after ousting Premier i the day last April when McGrath of the city iN'aguib El Hilaly Pasha's newly formed government. arm of New Hampshire. I Adams and olhur members London of drastically its - Britain will eut tobacco purchases! get alori: the general's personal staff spent | from the United States and Can- thc entire time on ganizational pi Press Secretary .lames C. Hagerty fired- Morris and was himself removed from office by President Truman. Laughing", McGranery replied: "No. I don't t h i n k I will need the asbestos nonts. I t h i n k I can v.'ithouj. them." TEIEYUION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Yours From o Telerision Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP Another of the boys then in- nc on campaign or- ada this year to less t h a n half the | quired, "What is being done about iroblcmK, Eisenhower j normal import, tobacco sources j the cleanup campaign?" And McGrancry replied: Asbestos was first used in auto-, mobile brake linings in 1906. I HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEE BOB HAH AT WHITELEY'S GARAGE YOU* MfCHrrar SCJKZM nmiui FAY KMT-MIT. ARMSTRONG-BRUCE CABOT SPECIAL C-O-O-L COMFORT AND ECONOMICAL ENTERTAINMENT' 1:10 3:10 · S:2S 7:15 . *:IS COOL PALACE NOW PLAYING Rearing Spectacle of the Moil Dangerous Sport in the World BRONCO JOHN LUND SCOTT BRADY J O Y C E HOIDF.N · CHILI WILLS I:SO - 3:45 . 5:40 - 7:35 - 1:30 COOL U A R K STARTS WED. ENDS TONITE Van Johmon and Dorothy McGuiro in "INVITATION" ARIZONA, 1870 ... Land of Danger, Mystery and Romance »ir«IIZOU.NISI«niiUIIOMIlUTLJli! 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