WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 195J Beer, Cigarette Sponsors Face Call to Hearing Rodio-AV Probe To Continue Today, Rep. Harris Soys By Rl'SSKLL ttlUNFS WASHINGTON Harris . (D-Ark) said tndny thai representatives of leading beer ami ette advertisers will be called before a congressional committee to ('AKKJ COVRTER Thrice-Married Blonde, Young MP Accused of Bizarre Plot ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. iff) ~ A fragile blonde, thrice mamed at 20. and a young military policeman arc accused of a bizarre plot to haiiK her 4t-yfar-otri husband. Polire said they planned to kill V.'SIJiruii 'Vhite, the British-born husband, so they could be wed. Charges of conspiracy 10 commit murder were lodged yesterday against Mrs. Wanda White, the wife, and Cpl. William K. Oliver, 24, stationed at Sandia Special Weapons Base here. Oliver, from CbilLu-olhe. O., and Point Pleasant. W. Vn., was arrested last Thursday and Mrs. White, formerly of Tishnminpo. Okla.. was explain their radio-television pro- taken into custody next day, but motion techniques. I detnils were not disclosed until the thwart the plot. The detective chief said the eou- ple planned for Mrs. "White to lure her husband to a city park and the two proposed to force Whit*, at gunpoint, to stand on the fender of the car fo he could he hanged from a tree. Military agents sold Oliver admitted the hanging plot after While's gun was discovered in his cnr. Mrs. White Paid .shp spends most of her time in jail reading. "I like to read — mostly love stories," she said. Harris heads Fin interstate sub- i-oni plaints were filed. Chief Detective Frank Stephenson said an anonvmous lip from one ol Oliver'?. Army buddies enabled, police and military investigators to committee which is exploring "objectionable programs" on the air. Open hearings continued today with radio-TV industry spokesmen testifying. The congressman told newsmen his group would study "mislead- ine" julvertisini". us well as enier- Ininmcnt programs fentunns; nnip | or immmality. The purpose Is to I n - v r * ie Br.prr! of Commissioners of j determine whether legislative con- ! Sewpr Improvement district. No. 4. trols are needed. ' City of Blvtheville, Arkansas at the The majority of several hundred : Municipal Court Room. City HflU, >II:NT FOH HI us SEU'ER IMPROVEMENTS Sealed piopo-nls will be received complaints which he has received. Harris said, objected to advertising nlytheville Arkansas, until 11:00 A.M. Ocinbrr '£. 1953, for the lol- beer over the air. Others protected | lowing proposed work: ciparetre Harris added that tlie.se complaints outweighed protests over crime stories or off-color jokes. Harris said during yesterday's hearing the committee- v.'iis partlcu- larly interested in exploring cigarette advertising which involved the "impersonation of physicians,' (he use of screen stars to popularize certain brands, and techniques "related to public health." The advertisers, he said, also will Complete Sewaac Disposal Unit located in southwest Blythpvi'le. Work ronsists of extnvatins for and insinuation of 9-fl51 Lin. ft. 6" Verified Clay Pipe. 3.to3 Lin, ft. 8" VLtnUert Clay Pipe 1 .. 42 manhole?, 1 Wei Well and One Underground Pumping j Station, all complete and ready 1 for operation. I Proposal shall be accompanied by ; certified check, cashier's check or. hid bond in amount of not loss than : IV THK CHANCERY COURT, OIH'KASAWHA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Gertrude Wilklns, Ptf. « No. 12,174 James W. Wtlkins, Dft. WARNING ORDER The DpfeiuJant- James \V. Wil- Ains, is herehy warned, to appear in this court within thirty days and j answer the complaint of the plain- ! tiff, Gertrude Wilkins. and upon • hi5 failure so to do, .said complaint • will IIP taken ns confessed. j \Vitnc-s tny hand as Clerk of the ; Chancery Court. Chickasawba Dis- trirt, Mississippi County, Arkansas, and sea! of .said court this 16th day of September. 1952, ! Har^'py Morris, Clerk j Cherry Stie Barnes, D. C James M. Gardner, atty, (or ptf. T, J, Cru-.vrier. aity ad litein. 9 17-24-10 1-8 NOT DOLLAR DAY-HOT 88' DAY BUT GRABER'S SUPER SAVING LADIES' FALL FASHION DRESSES $5.98 Values! of the total amount of bid. Copies of plans and specirifcaTions | be asked whether they determine the subject matter of their programs aVirt whether they prevent local stations from cutting off | plneer, W D. Cobb. First National those they find objectionable. | Bank Ruildinp and Rt the office of Ralph W. Hardy of the National I ^ ie .. AUor "r, y ', ° SC; , 1 , r F ? n , rUrr - L >' nrl ] MAY HAVE PIN-WORMS AND NOT mm in Fi'lcrtin^. nn«^p n[ I'in-Wo '.\ ]10 Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters, testified yesterday that local stations exercise complete autonomy in determining what network programs they broadcast. He also said the industry believes that advertising which con* forms to regulation!; of (he Federal Trade Commission and is in "gosd taste" should-be permitted. Hardy said the best way to control objectionable programs is to turn (he dial. "This is no solution." Harris told reporters, "because radio and TV are now a part of every American home." . Another NARTB official, Thad H. Brown Jr. a copy of showed the committee a relatively new tetevl- Builriiner. are open for public inspection. A | pot of nun tract documents may he i obtained at either office, in \vhich \ i.^ slated the character and amount I of security to be furni.shed by each ^ bidder. ] The Board of Commissioners re- j perves the risht to reject any and j all bids and to waive any formal!- ; ties. 1 SF.WER IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 4 \ \ City of Blythevllle. Arkansas | ! By C. S. Bageett. [ President of the Board | 9 17-24 sion code by which, he said, the ' industry hopes to exercise self- ] control. j - iL To e<-t rid of Pin-Wnrmj, the:.PC-.IP niu^t nnt only br killed, hut killed in the lareo mtr-^unf wher^ I hey live anj miilltply. Th*l*5 *-x*ct!y what JBTAP'S I'-\S r UhlclR do ,.. --xnii here's how they do it: Special Purchase brings smart new fashion-^ ise dresses at liirh a low prire' Oalianlincs with corduroy trims, Moire Taffelas, Puckered Taffetas, Pnlka-l>n( SnUings. others . . . In Fall's iiouf&l .shades! Sizes 9 to ISt—H la 20. LACE CURTAINS Reg. $1.59 JAYNE! for l?>iii.»Woi 77 Pair Beautiful I.icc pailern. Eff^shcll color. SUsbl Ir- rrpulars . . . bill does tifit affect their -beauty or wearing quality. Twin And Full Size Chenille Spreads Beautiful! First Quality! 3 77 ALUMINUM VENETIAN BLINDS This Is a-$3.29 Value! NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME AT DREIf US 7m AN AMAZING WATCH! _ppei«r j'irif fOR EVERY PURPOSE « FOR £V£RY ROOIA OF HOME AW) OFFKf l»INPOCKET,ORONDESK«TRAIN" & "BUS WIN r. pRorissioNAis, iXicuTivts & WORKERS /•«• lABORATORJIS, ^HOSPITAIS, TRAVELING DESIGNED FOR ... RUGGED WtAR • • • LUMINOUS DIAl • . * • ANTI-MAGNETIC NICKUD, CASE • • . EASY WINDING • • • 30 HOUR MOVEMENT • • • IXCIllfNT AS Gift >OB All OCCASIONS BOYS. GIRIS. ADUltS On/y 50« Down Only 50c Weekly UNBELIEVABLE ACCURACY AT THIS PRICE ONLY 65 OFFERED first CHM, first Served! Hie mom«nt you i€l ey« on ihij wofch you art going io want «verol of rhcm By* with rhe quantity OA hand itrktly limited you will nov« to hurry h«r« Io b« iwrt e( getting what you wool Rem«mb«r w» art nol Nslling you rhot rtiji wolch n -vorrS iom« ridiculouily ; high prict bul we ore telling yov iViol for ih grftoT oft around performance, yov wilt vali>t ii at many Hm*f rtie price wi aiV. Moil a Phone Order, Filled Now Open All : r^v Day Thursday n RE ins ftarDi III. UIM \l\l\ M MSKTMt. M.TTMC¥IUC Ml ITIMMU. Fine, snft pin wale corduroy. Cut large and roomy. Newest fall solid colors. Two breasl pockets. Sizes 6 \n 18. H anil-Washable. 1 77 Fine Burlington's Inler-welphl Rabarrtinf- Salln rguiltcd lininjr. Zipper Tront. Shirrrcl rlnstlc Trilst. Spot, water anH rrrasr resistant. Wanl- ed colors. Si7.cs -TR Io ifi. NEW FALL CRETONNES For SHp-Covers-Drapes These are beautiful new fall patterns . . . ivarm colors lo ariri benuly to ynur horn?, nches ulrte. Washable of course. 37 C Plostic Kitchen Curtains BlR. bright and beautiful. Big B Inch valance. 81 Inches wide. 4S inches long. 77 LADIES' NEW SUEDE BALLERINAS $2.99 Value! Knur really rl'rvcr styles. OnM bmlrt trims, sold tiurkleit, mpsh liiMrts, reptile trims. Illnck. R recn, erej. hrown some with contrasting trims, Sizes 4 to B. 1 77 Deep tuHM «-nv«lct ileslpTts or n selection of patterns and florals- Some with full bullion fringe. Solid colors antl flnrnls. Sltirriltr marie. Henvy hprrinffbone lap*. Flexible aluminum nlata. Paint will not crack of peel. So easy to clean. 24 (o 36 Inches wide. 2" BOY'S NEW CORDUROY SPORT SHIRTS These Are $3.39 Values! MEN'S GABARDINE SPORT SHIRTS These Are $2.39 Values! Lustrous galiardlne !nr tall. Handsomely made. Hand washable. Navy, wine, Mark srccn, fltei small, medium anil large. 1 77 LADIES' MULTI-CREPE SLIPS These Are $2.39 Values! BOY'S SHEEN GABARDINE JACKETS These Are $5.98 Values! l.usclntis millli-filament crepe, slips with lavish lare, embroidery, and ribhnn trims. White, Pink, Illue. Sixes 11 to 40 and 12 io 52. Fine Burlington gabardine. SAlin (|uillcH Hntn,?, front, Knit lirjltnms and cutr.s. T;in, maroon, il.irk frrrn. Sl/cs 8 io 1G. 3 77 MEN'S GABARDINE SUR-COATS These Are $10.00 Values! TWO STYLES LADIES' PANTIES This is a$1.17 Value! Pcrfcrl qualilv ravon panllcs. !..irr Uim-lfnllr. wnnil hrfpf sl«lp intl lirr Irim. sport slyln, Willt. pink, hlur, miiitc. Slat snull. nirtlinm, large. 77 LADIES' NEW FALL TOPPERS These Are Reg. $7.93! Kindsnine HM vy-weigh I ea hard inc. Chrrkrd *«ltlnj:F Ion. Fully intf-rllnert. Salin outer Hiring. 8o*q siylf. Cholre fall colors, Sbrs 10 to 18. BIG CANNON WASH CLOTHS This Is a $1.20 Value! HP.HJ -iiid absorbent C'.innAn rlolh^. Sirr 12 » 12. SllEhl Irrpeiilars. Solid rolnrs. Nnxi !• llif lime to «(<irk uji st Ihis big saving* price! 77. PERMANENT FINISH ORGANDY CURTAINS SOLID COLOR CHAMBRAYS AND FANCY PRINTS Crhp. airy nrramJ.v. Pirnt eriar^. \Vlrfp rufflrs. Si In. nvtratl wlrtlh ... HO in. lone. Whllf, row. ^rrrn. hlur, colil. Wider x^idlhs to malrh also. 3 77 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK \nv Is thf- limp to sew for fill. Thp^p ,TTP ^f• inrhe* wirtf. Wa.sh.iblc of course. K\K seTpctlon of solids and prims. Sew >ourAclf » sar- now. 7?
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