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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 31, 1952
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MMIHWHT MKANMS HMK, I , Aikc :·;. Jul·' Red Cross Tele-Communications System Is Link Between Military And Civilian Jbituory Mr.. J. A. LOM mnnth. Approximately K5 per cml arc welfare communications involving the armed forces. M o n t h l y t r a f f i c just before Korea was only 29,000 messages a month. The Washington center is thr busiest, principally because all ; Mr : .. J. A. Lane, 77, of L i t t l e messages involving servicemen i rinrii. diprt in a Little Rock hns- abroad funnel through it. Over pita] yesterday morning. Mrs. its eight trunk lines to other m a i n . . . . .oinifriy a resident of terminals, and its 13 local lines. : Fa.vcttcville. pass 6000 messages a day. Thrroi S u n i v m u her are two sons. A. circuits connect with the main , J. Lane of Texas, and J. W. Lane Sisnal Service center in the Pen- j of Wayne, Mich.; f i x e daughters, tason for uneedy transmission to | Mrs. J. H. K r a n k l i n of Wagoner. Births Mr. and Mrn. t.'harlf* w. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W i l l i a m | .lohnron of FayetlcviUr, amuiur.rc ! thr birth of a son, July 30, at the ; County Hospital. overseas points. Thr trunks connect directly with San Francisco, Okla., Mrs. Roy Brians of Lilllc Rock, , . Mrs. D. R. Stewart. Pasca- Chirago. St. Louis, Detroit, New | ROU.H. Miss.. Mrs. T. B. Stimpson. York, Norfolk and A t l a n t a . I Albuquerque, N. M., Mrs. C. K. Toiirh «f Hymnr Time and economy arc the system's watchwords, but there is constant awareness, loo. or the personal urgency and need punched out of the ticking machines with the streaming tape. Gentry, Dearborn, Mich.; one sister. MIT. Olive Briphl. Kansas City, Kan.; !· grandchildren and ! 1 ·.i-'^l Mnnchildren. Funeral services will be conducted F r i d a y afternoon at 3:30 } n'rlnck at Griffen-LigRfttt Chapel, i Mr. and Mr*. Uaiu* N. llardawiy j Mr. and Mrs. Gaius N. HiirtlH- ! way of FayeUevillc, annnum-r t h r | birlh of a daughter, J u l y 30, at i the County Hospital. : Dr. and Mr*. Howard T. Henry ! Dr. and Mrs. Howard T. Henry of SprinRrialr, announce t h e b i r t h of a daughter, July 30, at t h r County hospital. The line is busy: Far end of the Red Cross communications network is m Korea. Here a field director hands a Canadian army teletype operator nn emcrgrncy welfare radiogram for transmission to a serviceman's f a m i l y back in the United States. W a s h i n g t o n - ( N E A ) - T h p pulse leave granted, of America in trouble is closest tn f "Field Director, Travis Air the surface in a clacking terminal Force Base, Cal. Re Pfc. Luther , . , _ , _ . . . i Banks. Request health and wel- of the Red Cross tclecommumca-, f a r e report Fami|y hasn . t heard lions system. Each ddy ( j in a hundred such terminals across the nation, busy machines buzz and chatter snd from serviceman for three months. Mother ill, worries constantly." From the thousands of chapters in all parts of the country and the pour out endless messages like j hudrcds of field stations at mili- c, the names and addresses of I tary posts the messages come and which have been changed: -For Field Director. ARC. Sel- friclgc Air Force Base. Mich.-Sister requesting presence Cpl. Walter Jones death mother today. go. ftcavy with the urgency of people in trouble. Thousands of Messages With 3'£ million men and wn- - . men in the armed forces, virtually Verified, funeral pending word ,' every family in the United States serviceman. nas at ] cast onc rp i a tive in uni- "For Field Dirertur, A R C , Ft. j f o r m . Since the Red Cross pro- Bcnning, Ga. W i f e requesting presence M-'Spt. John Smith i l l ness son, Ronald, 8. Doctor reports bu.v seriously i l l . Giving hospital a t t e n d a n t s trouble calling for I lather. Doctor strongly recom- ' virics the emergency communication link between serviceman and civilian, the number of messages it handles each day is enormous. In a recent month 204,000 communications were exchanged be- mends presence I I WMI , - fj r id personnel at m i l i t a r y "Home Service. N a i l . Hqs. Re i nns t s an( | hospitals in this coun- Scaman W i l l i a m Green USS Ar: t . v a n r t overseas and Red Cross kansas. Mother requesting cmer- , chapters in local communities, gency leave above serviceman j Helping to speed a large propor- and brother Joseph, on same ship. t j o n of them on their way is the Brother Raymond killed in action organization's telecommunications Korea. Body arriving Friday. Fu- system, one of the largest privatc- neral Friday if possible. Reply if I ]y )cascd systems in the country Worry~of FALSE TEETH n terms of participants served. Today the system is handling more t h a n 110,000 messages a Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed b.v loose false l«ln flipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat. talk or- laugh Just ·prinkle a Httlt FASTEETH OR your putfcs Thii pleasant powder fives a remarkable Kenie M adderi comfori ! and security by holding plates mow I firmly No gummy, gocc.v. p.isty tastf ' or ftclmc It's UMliM mon-aridi G*t i FASTEETH at any rtrup Oorc ! V GALLON Vmilli ke Cream 63c Holland trot. Locfctr Mart But ther« is a bright sidr. Inn. A : muc fjock. Burial will be in nrt biK chunk of the ncw F i.- Pinecrest i-emeterv. Rood. Like the message for a field j _ director in Japan: : j ot |, Thompion , ... r ,, . ,. J a c k Thom PS°"- «· » c ' l l l a n "Re Sgt. James T. IMnrlon. Hns- | oital authorities report wife de- ! . livered boy May 31. Mother and j TM« lncer TMPloyed b.v the Navy baby fine. Going home June . . And there is an occasional touch j ° ^ y r t t e v i l l p dird uncxpertedLv of humor I a l hl5 ho ' lie m Charleston. S. C. A sergeant, at a western post asked for an emergency leave on the basis nf a wire from his sister which read. "Aunt Nellie died today. Come at once." The Red Cross check-up reply rauscd many s smile as it sped through the system. "Rctel Sgt. --," it read. "Aunt Nellie is family cow. Killed on highway by truck. No need serviceman's presence. She's already butchered and stored food locker. Sister apologizes." Tony Fobry Assistant Manager At Penney's Tony Fabry has been transfer- ! '."viesday night. The son of the late John a n d Amanda Thompson, he attended t h e Fayettcvillc public schools but had not lived here for approximately 20 years. He was a graduate of Marshall College in Huntington, W. Va. He is survived by his wife, the former Eleanor Glass, whom he married in 1931; two children. Jack and Gill nf the home; two brothers. William of Abilene, Texas »id Mack F. of El Paso. Texas; two .sisters, Mrs. O. S. Wilkinson of Pine Bluff, and Mrs. Walter Berry of Lowell. The body w i l l arrive in Fayetle- ville Saturripy morning. Funeral arrangements with t h n Watson Mortuary arc incomplete. red from Conway to be the new assistant manager of thr .T. C. renney and Company store here. Mr. Dixi* IM Cobbord j Mrs. l.ce Gabbard, 49. of ; Manager George Bowen announ- Fnyettevillc. died this morning in ccri today. j thi- County Hospital after a brief Fabry, who has been w i t h t h e ; illness. She was born at Delaney, f i r m 11 years, spent the last two and one-half years as assistant manager of the store in Conway. He began working for the company in McAlester, Okla. Fabry is married and has a son an4 d a u g h ter. He is ic Church. member of the Catho- Marriages Delmar Bolinjter and Miss ·ace Pickerel!, bolh nf Parsons, Kans. were married July 28 by he Rev. Mary Taylor Hull. James Wallace Walts and Miss ber of Ihe Methodist Church. She i:* survived by her husband, Clint, whom she married in 1921: two sons. Max Clinton oT Off at Lakes Naval Training Station, and Kenneth Wayne of Springdale; two daughters. Mrs. Joyce Ann Phar- rit of Fullerton, Calif., and Mrs. Jane Turner of Hot Springs; four grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. Anna Anderson, .of Delaney: four brothers, Cleburne Anderson of W i l b u r t o n . OUla., John D. *t Springdale, Russell of Little Rock, and Joe of Kayettevillo; three sis- lers, Mrs. Daisy Toney, Mrs. Lela j Barron and Mrs, Billie Lee Grif! Gcnevieve Joy Roark, both of i nth of Elkins i Tulsa. were married July 2C by j services, i n ' r h a r g * of Nelson's 1 the Rev. Jack Dean. i K,. n p r a t Home, arc incomplete, Atha. Winfield McMurtrey. J r . ! p c n d i n g arrival of relatives. and- M i s s Jeanine Elizabeth I Campbell, both of Fayetteville, I Mrl _ Lutit j Wantuck were married July 27 by the R e v . j r u n e r a | sen , jcK for Mrs 1illiir I Waller L. Johnson. Who's getting your business? It ought to be This month, os in other months, some store's share of the business that's gettable is gaining, another's share is dropping -somebody is always getting the business. Customers and their wants are always on the march, responding to new needs and new invitations to buy. Somebody's getting their business -- by asking for it! No more economical way to ask for business has ever been devised than through newspaper advertising, Use it consistently! · A telephone call will bring o repreienlotivt to dljtuit with you the pottibilitiei of Northweit Arkan.oj Timei ad- vertising as applied to your business. No obligation what «ver. Just tall 244. ask (or Display Advertising Deportment, AIMOST IVUYONi REAM A MWSPAfM IYHY DAT T. Wantuek. who died at her j home on North College, Avenue J Sunday morning, were conducted I | at 10:30 a. m.. ypstftrday al Moore's j Funeral Chapel by University j I Chaplain W. S. "Pop" Gregson. j I Burial was in the Fairview reme- lery. Active pallbearers were W i l l i a m I Wantuck. Thomas Wantuck. Rob- i ert Wantuck, William Harris, Wil- I ; liam Myers, and Ray Adams. j I Honorary pallbearers were Ed | ! McAlistcr, Walter Duffgan. Dr. E. t F. Ellis, Dr. R u t h Lesh, Dr. Seen- ' cer Brown. Edgar T. Brown, Jack Phillips. Floyd Price, Boy N i x . Ralnh Taylor. D. J. Collins. Alcuin P. Eason, and D. G. Lehn, Sr. Calvin Columbui Stockburger Funeral services for Calvin Columbus Stockburger. a lifelong resident of the Wevt Fork rom- m u n i l v who died Monday at the Citv HoFoital, were conducted at 2:30 yesterday afternoon al t h r Presbyterian Church in We?t Fork by tbe Rev. Douglas Brewer. Burial was in the West Fork cemetery under the direction of Moore's Funcrpl Chanel. Pallbrarrrs were Buell Wnnrl-s r:u«. C l i f t o n . Tom Corter. W. E Phillips, Georce Frreze and A l l a n Keith. Dr. N. D. Carter Funcj'fl ?r-rvice.s for Dr. N I), j Carter, fifi. brnlbT of Washington i County Judge W i t t Carter were lasi Wrriripsriay *t tbr ; First Methnriist Churrh m Corn-is ' C h r i s f i . Texas by the Rrv. John Donaho. Or. Carter WHS born at D u r h a m Drrcmher .'i, 1RP3. He atlcmtarl ^^hoo] t h e i r anrl l a t e r ^ttni'Jf'l thr Univcritv of Missouri Medical College from where he was sduateo 1 in 1911. He first practiced al Barter and then at Baldwin in Washington 'ountv. From Baldwin he went [o Robstown, Te\a*. where be u n t i l 1030 whrn }ir moved in Cornus Christ i Durmsr World War I be served as an A r m v c a p t a i n in France for 1.1 In N u f r f j C'ounty, Texn?. C'xr- er served as chief of r t a f f o' both he Snnhn M r m n r i a l and I'T*rnt of t h o C o u n t v Medical i SocHv. Me held m*mher;hln in j he Trx«5 State Merilrrl As«,ftc'»~ . Inn. and the American Medical \.«nciatinn. Survivors tnrlnde his u - l f f . the 'nrmrr l^ucy P e n n i n j t n n ; three on?, James F. of Freer, Texas. I ")ilfnrd C. of Fort Sam Houston. | nr, and Ranrl of Corpus Chrin- | i; a d a u g h t e r Mixn June Claire i I f t r of Corpus Chrlstl: four brother*. I,. A. M fort Worth, urlge Witt Curler ft' F»y«l«*'tn». Von of Mutfcopf*. Okla.. *nA R. .( ^f Art^sin N M.; »nd twn Wr*. . R M. Fvershlner and Mr* t F « f i m c f hrtlh nf f'nr,^^ Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Srolt j Mr. and Mrs. G. ft. Sent I of ; Springdale, announce the b i r t h of . a son, July 30, at the County Hos- f p i t a l . i THANKS! Th« rcttront of tht 936th Fidd Artilltry lortalion with to txprtn thiir appreciation to the voters of Woihington County for tht ipUndid support thown WILLIAM L. BUSH in the Preferential Primary. Your continued support will be necessary to win tho Democratic Nomination in the August 12 Primary. politic!] ad paid for hy Jim Newpnit, Faycttuville, I Department and former resident ; the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! \V L. Anderson. She was a mom- j Final Summer "First in I'ayetteville" CLEARANCE OUR ENTIRE STOCK COTTON DRESSES featuring -all our famous labels Price One Group Values to $16.95 $000 One Group Values to $10.98 $F}00 · main floor rior OUR ENTIRE STOCK FAMOUS BRAND Summer Suits Regularly $25.00 Now $1050 FROM FAMOUS MILLS COTTON FABRICS Broadcloths, Sheers, Krinkles Values ro79c Now

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