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August 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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«0«hWKT AJKAMSAS HMfS, A.*.* Special Session Talk To Adopt Controls Receives Cold Shoulder From Lawmakers W»shin»ton - (IP) - L e a d i n g Democrats gave a cold reception today to Presides! Truman's suggestion he might call a special fession of Congress to act on new inflation controls. Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney of 1 Wyoming, chairman of the Senate- House Economic Committee, declared he thinks such action at this time would be futile. Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney of Oklahoma said he believes the government ought to watch the cost of living "like a hawk" but he indicated he doesn't t h i n k lawmakers are in the frame of m i n d , now to return to Washington and act on a new controls law. Republicans generally wtre inclined to look upon Truman's statement that he has a (pecial session call under consideration as something of a political har- rassment move directed at them. Truman said yesterday he is going to wait on developments. There were indications he may discuss this and other issues with Go\' Adlai E. .Stevenson of Illinois, the- Democratic presidential nominee when they meet here next \veel-.. ] Stevenson has accepted a Trumav.- j invitation to attend a Cabinc-: : meeting at the White House Tues- j day. I Story Book Romance Of Girl Who Lost Her Memory Leads To Marriage Charlotte, N. C.-(#)-A pprt, dark-haired dime store girl who lost her memory at 18 and then went back through school in two years, will be married tonight after a story book romance. Carolyn Bigham, n o w 20, heroine of a fairy tale in the modern vein, will wed Gwyn Daniel, 22, an Ardmore, Okla., service station operator whose mail courtship helped her recovery from a deadly illness. Carolyn's story started in September, 1950. Then, fresh out of high school, she complained one day of a pain in her neck. Doctors said she had meningococcal meningitis. After four months In a hospital. Carolyn survived the illness but had no memory of her past, her family or her illness. A teacher friend of the family. Miss Mable Smith, entered Carolyn in the first grade. In February. 1951, she advanced to the second grade. In June, 1932. she finished high school for a second timr. Carolyn's story attracted nationwide attention A story with pictures appeared in a national magazine. She got thousands of cards and letters urging her to get well. One of them was from Gwyn. He enclosed a handkerchief and a note in which he encouraged her. There was something special about Gwyn's letter out of the thousands she received, Carolyn says. "I answered it and pretty soon we were writing each other about four times a week. 1 knew I was falling in love with him." In March Gwyn came to see Carolyn and spent a week with her family. "I had a feeling he was going to send me a ring," Carolyn said. He did, the next week. Addition Of Faculty Members Announced The addition of two faculty members to the University College of Business Administration was announced today by Dr. Paul W. Milam, dean. Both appointments wil Hake effect on September 10. Alvin B. Woolen will be assistant professor, and John L. Stone will be an instructor in the college. % GALLON Vanilij ke Cream 6k Holland Brtt. Locker Phirt CHECK SPECIAL 8c each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiltr Hatchery f. O. «.« in or 1111 tet t SINGER expert put your machine in first class running order. Reasonable charges. Estimate furnished in advance. SINGER SEWING CENTER TS South Edit St. Priori. 2287 I Today's Market-- St. Loulj Livestock National Stockyards, III., - (/P) (USDA) - Hogs 7,500; moderately active early; later dull; most barrows and gilts 25 to 50 higher than Thursday; close part advance lost; top 24.00 for few loads early; UJe top 23.50; choice 190-230 Ibs 23.5085; major packers stopping at 23.25, same as Thursday; choice ! 230-250 Ibs 22.75-23.50; occasion- oily up to 23.75 on 230 Ibs; few 260-300 Ibs 21.50-22.50; choice 180-190 Ibs 23.00-50; 150-170 Ibs 20.50-22.00; 120-140 Ibs 18.25-19.75; sows unchanged; bulk 400 Ibs down 19.25-75; heavier sows 17.25-18.75; boars 11.50-15.00. Cattle 500, calves 500; odd lots commercial and Rood steers and heifers 24.00-30.00; utility »nd commercial cows 17.00-20.00; can. sers and cutters 12.00-16.50; utility and commercial bulls 17.5023.00; canner and cutter bulls 15.00-17.00; good nnd choice vealers 25.00-30.00; sorted prime to 32.00 with utility and commercial veal- ers 18.00-24.00. Sheep 400; generally steady; scattered lots choice and prime spring lambs 29.50; other choice and prime 28.00-29.00; numerous good and choice 25.00-27.50; lower grades mostly 20.00-25.00; culls 15.00; slaughter ewes 4.50-6.50. Many astronomers now believe that stars are continually being born while others die, says the National Geographic Society. Bake sale--Saturday morning, Cook's Paint Store. University group, First Christian Church i i-2t-x I B-2t-x Ke*» «* with !*·"«*«·--nut the TIMES dtflr. PLANNING TO BUILD SOON? If so, as an added service to the c i t i z e n s of this community, we will now have a v a i l a b l e plan books which we will be glad to give you free upon request. + FAYETTEYIUE BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION Over Thirty YMN *f fervto In Thta Community CKAVENS IUILDINO If | A $T CINTM ST. A L e t t e r F r o m J u d g e F r a n c i s C h e r r y ' s O w n P a s t o r ,3[irBt A JONESBORO, ARKANSAS ARTHUR F. FOOARTIE. D D MINISTER April 29, 1952 My dear fellow Mini item I wish thli could be a personal letter to each one of you, and I hope you will ·o ooaiider it. SoMtlM ago an outstanding elder of OM of our larger churches told Judge Francis Cherry that if nit paator would endorse him aa a oandidata for Gorernor of Arkanaaa ha would aupport hi*. I gladly gave that endorsement. This has encouraged me to write this letter to you, and I am writing on my own initiatire. No one has asked M to write it. Judge Cherry and his family are active ambers of the First Presbyterian Church, Jonesboro, and are »y personal friends. , He is a student of government, a nan of integrity, and of outstanding ability. His personal life is above reproach, and I «· convinced he will always stand for what is right, and will not be swayed by subversive influences. He baa a keen and discerning Bind, and an evenly balanced teiperaaent. Por some years he has served as Chancery Judge in a lost acceptable Banner, and has the confidence of the people throughout this area of the State. We are keenly aware of the trenendous need of moral and spiritual leadership in our State, and I aa thoroughly convinced that Judge Cherry ia the nan who will provide this type of leadership. Without reservation I conaend hia to you and bespeak your support in his behalf. Sincere for better gorernaant, il" /? 4Q-4*AtJUL. 1. F. FogartieJ Minister V o t e F o r C h e r r y For A R e t u r n To I n t e g r i t y In G o v e r n m e n t Political « piH for b- Jiik

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