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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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".J NCttfHWttT ARKANSAS TIMii, FayarifevUI., ArkMM*. IhurMtay. Anguti 21, Malenkov Seen As Possible Successor To Josef Stalin ·'' Washington.- (4*;-A clue point.- Inj to -Russia'K next ruler may frrtirft· 1 rom the full dress meeting 0f the Communist parly con £tte»s i ft. -Moscow October 5. And ^rrWnenn diplomats will not be afurprfecd it toUgh, Gcorgi Malen- kor, 30, steps up AS Josef Stalin's personal choict as next Russian prime minister. « In fact, 9ome suspect Stalin's PLACE YOUR LOAN I HERE ; AND GET THESE ADVANTAGES · · Dalav er Had Tapa Brokarapa or Commission Panalty for Pay Off Inlarast Charga in advanca Out-of-town landars We pmj borrowtr Inlarait on Ml »·« aiMJ insurance manty. Flwr* ar* many athtr ADVANTAGES n having your loan al horn* with thli ENCHY INSTITUTION FAYETTEVILLE ·UILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CRAVENS BUILDING PHONE )] VyMchnla? Mololo? j aim in staging the whole a f f a i r | may be lo give a formal, open hints to who the next boss should be. This may be Stalin's way, they believe, of lessening the possibility of a bloody struggle for power within the Communist high command after he dies. Slalin's heir apparent (he man who is chosen lo be chairman of the new Pracsidium, lo be organized nt the meeting to replace the Politburo. The 12-man Politburo, now the top governing body, has no chairman or chiel executive. But a Pracsidium under the rtussien set-up generally docs have or-" Anyone i · · for this job would automatically be proclaim cd publically as the most important Communist in Russia next to Stalin. Stalin May Be Chairman It is entirely possible thal-Sla- lin himself will be designated chairman of Ihe new Praesidlum. But, if so, why for the firsl time since 1925 Is he not to give the main address to the congress, the report of the Central Commitlee? This is a sorl of stale of the union speech summing up Com munist stewardship of the Sovlc Union since the last congress met In this case it will cover a 13-year period and will be especially important. Malcnkov, a Communist part wheel who worked his way up from the ranks like Stalin, is now scheduled to give this report, the most important thing on the agenda. KurthcrmoiT, neither Mnrsha Berla, head of the Soviet iccrct police and Deputy Prime Minister Malenkov's main rival, nor Deputy Premier V. M. Molotov, is scheduled at this time to play any prominent role in the congress parly session. This may be a clue that Molotov is being pushed into the backkground, since he read the new five-year plan at each of the Iwo previous congress meeting*, is 1931 and 1039. Molotov is 62 and hi! age has ocen considered a factor against him in speculation on Stalin's successor, American officials know little about Malcnkov except that several years ago he launched a determined campaign to make sure the floors of all Soviel faclorics were kept clean. He also -was a key figure in setting up the Corn- Inform, the guiding Soviet policy bureau for Russia's Eastern Europe satellites. At pn.sem, he is a member of the Central Committee Secretariat under Stalin. Misj Joyce Kirkpatrick of Theodore Drive is spending a few days with her sister in Tulsa, Okla. The Irene Branum Circle of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist ' Church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Hunt on Shiloh Street. Those present went out in groups to visit. Before leaving Mrs. Hunt's refreshments were served. Those present were Mrs. Stanley Jordan, Mrs. John Moreland. Mrs. Robert Haydcn, Mrs. John Late. Jr., Mrs. Elmo Samuel, Mrs. Calvin Little. Mrs. Troy Ryan, Mrs. R. j. Loyd, and Mrs. Landreth Loyd. The Wednesday Bridge club met Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at the home of Miss Maude Blike Meadow Avenue. A dessert course was served. '' MiM Nellie M. Tabor of Stuttgart, has returned to her job there after spending a two-week vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tabor of Springdaie. While she was nn vacation the family vacationed in several dif- 'ercnt states. Guests Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardistcr and son, Eddie, were Mr. Hard- stcr, Si-., of Bentonville, and his sister, Miss Madeline Hardister of Fayctteville. Miss Hardister went 1947 1«« 1949 1950 1951 Europe's amazing drop in deaths from diphtheria since 1947 is shown In the above Newschart Standine then at t high of 183 000 fatalities per year, deadly results of the disease have been cut more than 50 per cent in a five-year period, according to United Nalions World Health Headquarters in Geneva. Switzerland. The organization hopes for the eventual disappearance of diphtheria mainly a killer of'children. Springdaie arc in Independence, Mo., visiting Mrs. Simpson's sister, Mrs. Glen Calvin. Mrs. B. T. Howcll and granddaughter, Linda, of Sprinudale, visited Sunday in the home of Mrs. Howcll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiseman of Centertown. Miss Clarabellc Williamson of Tulsa, Okla., spent the weekend I (Ju CJ .ts Buckner Mr. am; Mrs. Ernst Von Erd- mannsdorff wore hosts at a weekend family reunion honoring Mrs. Von Erdmannsdorff's parents, Mr. ' and Mrs. Frank Longstrcet, on their 60th wedding anniversary. ere Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Two Are Held if Of Clergyman Soldiers Arrested In Louisiana After They Fall Asleep Columbia, La.-Wi-Two soldiers stationed at Camp Polk, La., were j arrested here today and charged i with kidnaping an Oakdale clergy- i man and forcing him to drive! them from Oaltdale to Columbia, i Sheriff G. E. Erskine of Caldivcll i Parish identified the soldiers as Wear E. Jones ,22. Pine Bluff, Ark., and Ernest Parden, 26, of Monroe, La. Oakdale City Marshal Arthur Ballard gave this account: The Rev. Monvc Strother, pastor of the Beaver Creek Baptist Church, was on his way home yesterday from Elizabeth and stopped I in an Oakdale drug store. W h e n Slrother returned to his car he, found a man in the back pointing j a .45 caliber pistol at him. Stroth- I er said the man told him, "You are taking us lo Monroe and don't try anything funny." A man who had questioned ·niter IWIMI aM Grade M A H Dairy Bsrnt Palm--· ,jf _a MIr , NO MONKV DOWN Caty MMithiy Payments DYKE LUMBER CO. an BL chit); Strotbcr j,i the drug store then got in the front scat of the car and held another pistol on the clergyman. Strother said the two men told i him they had just returned from I Korea, were fed up with Army life i and, "we don't care what happens ' to us." The adrenals are i pair of ductless glands located near the upper end of the kidneys. These glands pour their secretions, ene of which j is adrenalin, directlj Into the ' blood stream. The second sweetest Slrother said the t w o men dozed .TM*'_ r J? J" C TML th * off when they reached Columbia, about 25 miles south of Monroe. The minister jumped out of the · car at a red light and told his I story to a used car dealer who phoned Erskine. | When the sheriff arrived the men were still asleep. AtvertUe In the TTMfcS-ll pin. sugar of commerce. type of ordinary TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Youri From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP TONITE am/$8: ITIIIIl-WIUH HSTIIUIY, 1ST. IOUISVILLE, KINTUUT 1141 ·INTUCKY I T « A I 6 M T I O U I I O H W H I i K C Y · 10 PROOF to Eureka visit-anothei sister, Mrs. James Perkins. Eddie returned home wllh his grandparents to stay until Sunday. Guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clark. «nd Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Harris are Mr. mid Mrs. W. B. Smith and daughter, Sydney, of-.Kansas City, Mo. They plan to spend several days visiting in Springdaie. The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church sponsored a movie of the 1952 Rodeo of the Ozarks and the parade Wednesday night in the basement of the church. A small admission was charged. In addition lo the movie other entertainment was provided. Tom Bain, executive vice president and cashier of the First Slate Bank, nnd Jeff D. Brown, president of the Jeff D. Brown Company Inc. discussed "Chicken Loans," from the banker's view- poinl and from the fend dealer's viewpoinl Wednesday morning al .he ninth Arkansas Bankers Scm- nar held at the University. A special nicotine of the Anicr- can Legion Auxiliary was held I Tuesday night at the Legion Hut. j Mr5. Elmer Gordon was re-elect- i ed president of the auxiliary. Other officers elected arc: Mrs. Vol Lester, vice president; Mrs. W. D. Ellcdgc, secretary; Mrs. Bobby Ridson, treasurer; Mrs. Tom Hoth- rock, chaplain: ano) Mrs. Ruth Wobbe. sergeant at arms. The commiltees \viU he - announced later.' The officers will be initiated at special ceremonies August 25 at Ihe Legion Hut. Mrs. Garland Simpson and children, and Mrs. Mossie Spears of r r lliamson of and Mrs. 'h T home of c 1 '' a ' ld , Mrs ' S ' ! Shou ' c on Spnngdalc. j Ca lif., Mr. ami-Mrs. Walter Long! Dale Allen of olroct of Pawhuska, Okla Mr if," 6 "' 5 Sunday I and Mrs. Roy Longstrect a n d , Mr. nnd Mr::, daughter of Ran-. Ind., Mr and . , Walter Berry northeast of Spring- I Mrs. B Lnngstrcct and ,, Mr. and Mrs. Pav Loneslrccl and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Whillock and i children, Miss Vera Sue Gaskcll daughter. Connie, of Kaycltcvillc. !,. M. Longsircel, M was Sunday, dinner guesls in the I Lawrence I home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Mat- and Mrs. jongslrect and children. Oakland and Zion Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Banner attended the Baptist youth encampment at Slloam Springs Tuc.sdav. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Plumlee were Harold Catc of Fort Smith, Mrs. Lester Meed of Cave Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. Lymon Houston and daughters. Jo Anne and Jerri Lynn, ot Springdaie. Lee Warmi 'if Springdalc visited his mother, Mrs. M. E. Warren Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Terry Braden were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Terry of Zion. Kennetli Warrr-n. who has been stationed at Norfolk, Va.. with the Navy, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Warren, following liis discharge. His wife will join him and the couple will spend spend three weeks here before returning to Los Angeles. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Longslrcct, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones, all of Joplin, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Don Hargis of Corpus Christ!, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Habon of Bokoshc, Okla., and Mrs. Maggin Stnfer nf Mt. Grove. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Drake are ! arp guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul Hutton of Joplin, Mo., this week. Miss Bcty Bonson of Springdale is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ! Owen Johnson. Radio waves lra\el at the spcci of light, about 186,000 milas pi second. * * * * * p | u s * * * * * Jalopy Give-Away Just Right For A Fishing Car or School Transportation ! ! ! YOU MAY BE THE LUCKY OWNER Starts Friday -- -- 2 Big Days »WI BfEO. WllUM BfSffif Added Fun Pony )f Miniaturt Rides Golf Kiddies Playground ** Phone 3103 ** llDIUlClltf at (.0-04 HAKO THEATRES for Your Enjoyment! NOW SHOWING jtMTOON * LATE NEWS 11 A°0 lr* A F UN-FILLED ROMANTIC U A K IV. LEA p YEAR PICTURE! You'll Agree IftEIS Bftff THMCV|R OPEN t:4J COLORED CARTOON ENDS TONITE COOL Palace FRI. o» SAT. -- 2 Action Comedy Pictures '^^^^^^^^^··^··^···aaaaM^aBaBl ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SPENCER TRACY in "Furrier's Little Dividend' CAHTOOH SERIAL August 21-22-23 Welcome to ANNUAL GRAPE For the 54th Year TONTITOWN, ARK. BEAR-BACK RIDER-Ridlng this bear piggy-back is fun for nine-year-old Joan Hollidge of London who is not a f r a i d of bruin. The reason: He's just a stuffed bear decorating Alum Bay on the Isle of Wight, : England. .' Teleploe Conn-rsatims "RIGINT" HEARING AID 1 .7 ^B «l moderate *iTa cm. I - I ' II-UIIIIIMICI (IIIMUfl DIXIE RADIO ^CARNIVAL and BALL GAMES ^CROWNING OF THE QUEEN Friday, August 22, at 8:00 P.M. ^SPAGHETTI DINNERS Thursday, Aug. 21, and Friday, 22 [^DANCING EVERY EVENING {^JUDGING OF GRAPES [*MANY OTHER FEATURES j-- AND DON'T FORGET THE FAMOUS -- PROGRAM FRIDAY, AUG. 22 SOLEMK HIGH MASS OF THANKSGIVING. 1:00 A.M. Srmon by Hev. Thomas J. Kunntdy, Pastor Ciltbranl--HIT. Thomai J. K«nn«dy Dtacon of thi Man--Rtr. Thomia K. Stiudtr Sub Deacon of th» Man--R«v. JoHph N. N. Doylt, paiior, Hogeri. Ark. GHAPE DISPLAY, JUDGING...,10:30 AM. BASEBALL GAME... _..2:00 P.M. CHAFERS vi. LANAGAN. MO. SPAGHETTI DINNER S:00 lo 7:00 P.M. CROWNING OF QUEEN CONCORDIA 1:00 p,M. Addr«n, Jimit J. Hijhfill, Supt. Wal«r Deft., Springdala Crowning of Quatn Virginia Franca by Cil Corliana, Mayor of Tonlitown Mailar of C«rtmon!t«___Faihtr Ktnnady DANCE |,oo PM. to II PM. Spaghetti Dinners Thursday and Fridcy, August 21-22 ... 5:00 to 8:00 P. M. PRICE OF DINNER $1.50 No Reservations Necessary FOR INFORMATION 2736 ,«

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