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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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AIKANSAS TIMIS, , JejajiNify «, I«H · Oren Harris Disavows Any Intention Of Seeking Governorship In Summer Primary By CORDON BROWN I for Congress in the new district in Washington - l / l ' l - Hep. O r c n - w h i c h both now reside; that liar- Harris savs he tioes not plan lo : ris might prefer to enter the run lor governor of Arkansas this · governorship race rather han a year. There have hccn ruimirsj TMii:ressional primary fisnt. that the El DoradOan might m a k e j Nothing to it, says Harris; he's .1-- _.,..., 'm Ai.nn* nnn nrivrt running for Congress and noth- present tax rates are about a; high · the country can standouts view is that the »overnment must cut spending, even teethe puinl of eliminating s o m e ' worthwhile services it now renders the people. While there can be no let-down j in the defense cifort, he said.i every effort should he made t o j scrutinize defense spending to; prevent waste. i . the race in event Rep. Boyd ' Tackelt doesn't. The reasoning back of this has ing else. The reasoning back of this hasi .. ln n, c fj r s t place," he been that if Tackett doesn't run].']·,,, . nol interested in being for governor he and Harris likcl.v would stage an - elimination rat-c said, governor. In the second I don't want to make that campaign. And in the third, my wife won't let me." Rep. Wilbur W i l l s doesn't look for Congress to take up any new lax bill this year. Since he is highly plaeed on the House Ways and Means Commit- .tce which initiates tax legislation, he's in a position to speak with authority. Mills said he believes that the NEED MONEY? MONEY in 1 DAY ·»8 - 'SO - »IOO - '110 or mart! 01 0"«« CONVENIINT «*NI CO rJ!".i'""».IV" Get the moMy you nMd for holiday eirpenaei, accumulated billi or repairi today! Many budiet-wiae plant to chooa. from. Phone firil... tn«n eem« in 103 N. HOCK STRifT Phoni: 3111 -IS SMtf I PUBLIC LOAN C O R P O R A T I O N Two natives of Arkunsas whi) didn't meet until they c»me to Washington ire announcing their cnitag-emenl. They ire Miss Catherine Coward, Fsyetteville, and John McLees. North Little Rock. Miss Cowiird is on the staff of Senator Kulbrljht (D-Ark). McLces is assistant to the House bill clerk. Hargis To Lead Revival At Rogers Temple Rogers - (Special) -The North ·est Arkansas Christian Echoes Committee, composed of patriotic and church groups in Benlonvillc, Rogers, Springdaie, Haycttcville, and Siloam Springs, have secured Billy .lames Hargis of Sapulpa, Okla., to lead a Christian Americanism crusade and revival which begins tomorrow night at the Masonic Temple Auditorium, i n j Rogers. The Christian Echoes | Committee, hcadtd by R. G. John-1 son and the Rev.' Herbert Mirklcy, district chaplain of the American Legion, have met w i t h the steering committees lor several weeks. Mr. Hargis is best known as the; speaker on the weekly network! broadcast. The Christian Echoes Hour, heard in this area over Radio Station KRMG, Tulsa, eachi Sunday from 1:00 to 1:30 p. m.j In addition to his broadcasts, he directs Christian Echoes National Minstry, Inc., ertits the national monthly, Christian Echoes, and writes two and three books a year. During the Rogers revival, Mr. Hargis will speak twice each day over Radio Station KBRS. Springdale. His programs are heard at 1:00 and 5:15 p. m. each day, Monday through Saturday. One of the features of the Rogers campaign will be songs by the Stamps Melody Men Quartett. Erwln Kirk of Nowata, Okla., will direct the congregati'iMal singing and lie i n i charge of the music d u r i n g the' campaign. Mrs. Betty Jane Hargis! will be the pianist. j Services will be held each night in the Masonic Temple at Rogers, including Saturday nights. ! Playgrounds Group To Meet Here January 18 A meeting of local «nd county Or.ark Playgrounds Association committees will be held here January lA is i p»rt of a Playgrounds campaign to ready local and area organizations for the coming season. A similar meeting will be held in Sprinidile the i»me day. Tom Ayres, field director of the OPg, will conduct the meet-^ Ings, two in a. series of IS scheduled throughout the Arkansas Ozarki region. A«rertaM In taw TPIEU--it MT» WALT BEACH Witch ·run 5 doctors prove this plan breaks the laxative habit H you Ukt UtttlTM nfiiifiljr--Ltri'l haw yrt Bfeftiwe I Nf» York dncton nn« fc»r« ·rnvinl you »»y brwik th» Ui«tir* habit. AnJ f.t.blUh your nat«r*l pnwen of nfulfrltr. Etlhty-thm percent of th« cu» twttd «ld it. So «*· you. Stop iakit.ftwhi.twr yon nowUkr.Iwlw.*: K«r- nirht (or on.! wt* k Ukt 2 Cirt*r'f LittU UTW PDliL 8«nnt wwk-^Bf «»ch nlftht. Third w«k--on« tmfy otijff filfhU Then-nothing K wry day: drink *tf ht |laam of «mtw: art * 3rfinlt« Urn*? (or rrculirity. Fire N«w York doctor* prnv«l thin plan Mm br«k the laiatiY* huhiL HOW *? a lawtlw br-.k t h* ,aiatlw n.bilT BW»UK Cu-lpr'ai I.IUV Livfr Pilli "unblock thf ln**r diimLive tract iind from thw on Ift it nuke UM of it* own natural pown*. rurther--C«rl*r'« Little Livtr Pill* coflUiii ·o hibit-fnnaim drui«. * Brt«k th« Itiitlv* habit. . . with Ctrttr i .L(ttl« LiTer Piltp ... «nH b* Mfubr ntturilly. H'hrt *gfry, orrrMtifit. overwork mtk* you irr«iul«r tMnpofirUy--UV» C»rt?r'« U l t U LiVer Pilti iMBporarilr. And n^rr ift th* laiitlv habit' Ort Cart*r'i l.ittlt Livfr Pilli, 37^ at any rirucatftr* Udiy. Vou'll bf trfle(u Ut rut of OUR ANNUAL JANUARY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY One of our, most popular sales events is this annual clearance. Here's your chance to get top quality merchandise at a tremendous savings. Hurry! SUITS · COATS · JACKETS 1 Group All Wool SUITS, B«g. 110 lo Ml Mow 144.11 1 Group All Wool SUITS. R«J. 14! lo US Now 1)4.1! 1 Only. Sir. 33 Short All Wool SUIT .nd 3 Only Sin 34 Short All Wool SUITS. R««. 47.10 lo l0. Now 114.10 1 Group Tweed and Velour Finiih TOPCOATS. .Heg. 39.50 and 145._ Now I2T.II) 1 Only Sii. 34 All Wool TOPCOAT, R.g. 115 Mow 111.11 I Only Silt 34 Coal-Slyla. Quilt Linid JACKET. Reg. 117.15..-. -. - Mow 112.10 1 Only Sii. 34 All Wool SPORT COAT, R.g. 125 Mow 111.10 5 Gabardin. SPORT COATS, R«g. 111.50 Mow 110.50 « Zelon Coat Styla JACKETS, R.g. II.SS Mow I !.« 2 Only G.nuin. Honehid. FLIGHT JACKETS. Rig. 125, Now 111.15 1 Group Corduroy JACKETS. Reg. 114.15 lo 111.50 Now f 1.15 1 Group Corduroy JACKETS. R.g. 111.15 to 122.50 Now I14.» SHIRTS · SWEATERS · SPORTSHIRTS HATS · SOCKS · TROUSERS 1 Group P«sl«l and Stripe. French CUFF SHIRTS. Reg. 13.65 lo 14.50, Now S1.95 1 Group WHITE SHIRTS, French Cufl, Reg. 14.15 to $5.95 Now 12.95 1 Group WHITE SHIRTS! Fused Collar. Regular Cufl, Reg. $3.50 .Now $2.95 I Group Sleeveless All Wool SWEATERS. Nationally Advertised, Reg. $5.95 _(f _ . Now $3.50 13 Plaid Flannel SPORTSHIMTS. Reg. 13.50 to $3.95 Now $2.95 » Flinnel SPORTSHIRTS. Nationally AdT.rlii.d, Reg. 14.50 to $5, Now 13.15 II Wool and Rayon SHIRTS, R.g. 17.50 to $1.15. Now I4.9S II CORDUROY SHIHTS, Nationally Ad- cerliud, R«g. $6.55 lo 11.95, Now $5.95 I Corduroy SHIRT JACKETS. Claitic Bottoms, R.g. $1.15 Now 15.15 14 Rayon SPORTSHIRTS, Rej. 14.15 lo II.I5__: Now I1.IS 17 Riyon Gabardine JPORTSHIHTS. Nationally Adrerlii.d. HlJ. 11.95 to 7.50 ,__ Now 15.50 1 Group All Wool TROUSERS, R.g. $9.50 lo $15.00 .Now '/i Prlc. 1 Group TROUSERS, AH Wool and Wool It Rayons 25% Oil I Wool.n and Rayon ROBEB, Small and Medium, R«t. 110 . How 19.00 12 Pairs Wool-Lin«4 Dr.i GLOVES. R*l. 13.15 to 14.50 -....Now 12.11 12 Terry Clolh T-IHIRTS. Long Sl.ev. with Pockets, H»g. 12.15...Now 11.15 1 Group SOCKS, fttg. I5c Now lie 1 Group SOCKS. R»«. Ite lo 75e . . . . . . N o w 4lc 1 Group T-SHIRTS, R,,. 11.50. .Now lie ' G " u ' SOCK8 ' ""' " "° W I0c I Group Nationally Adv.rlised HATS R.g. 110.00 Now I I.SO R»j. $12.50 Now I 1.50 ^·j. 115.00 Now 110.00 II Palsl.y and Solid Colored SCARFS. H.g, 12,50 to 12.95... Now 11.00 1 Group Long Top SOCKS, All N.w M.rch.ndii., Sis.. 10'i lo 13, R««. TJc - Now 4la 12 LEATHER BELTS, Sii.l 21 lo 41, It*8. 11.10 I. 11.50 Now Only 11.00 Merchandise On Sale Will Be Tagged No Refunds, No Exchanges, No Alterations Exclusively A Man's Store 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 OPEN-SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK CLEARANCE SALE WERE 65c-CANNON HAND TOWELS 37 Connon'i beautiful 'Wild Rose" pattern. Beautifully styled and very Urviceable. Absorbent thick Cotton Terry. 17x27 in. WERE 2.59-COTTON FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS 1.97 Girli' 2-pi»ce tlylti I" «ol!d colon, novelty printi or combination.. Ski-typt, bolch»r boy, mandarin iacktt». Not oil ityl« in all »ii«». For girli 4 to 8 and 8 la 16. 1.98 TRIMMED RAYON CREPE SLIPS IN ASSORTED STYLES 1.67 Take advantage of thij low Ward pric«. Lovely full cut ilipi (rimmed with lace, embroidery and appliquei. In pa.ltlj and white. Not all itytei in all sizes. 32-40. 3.98 LACE-TRIMMED GOWNS IN MULTIFILAMENT RAYON 3.27 You'll wont »tv»rol at thlt pric«. High-ilyl*d fowni richly trimmvd with Alencon-type lac* and cmbrbld^ry. Paittl ihodti. Not tvtry ityli in every iltt. 37-4). WERE TO 2.59 -LADIES' HOUSESHOES Quilltd D'Oruyi. l«!hwr |ol*f. 1 AA · ,^r^r WERE 1.39 -- LADIES' NYLON B R I E F S Q7-, Pink. wKite. Small, Mtd.. Largt. Nice, - ..... * · T" WERE 79e -- LADIES NYLON HOSE 51 g.ug., II d.ni.r. N.w iprinj ihad.l WAS 9le -- RAYON PLAIDS II inch.i widi. I.T.ral pal.rni. Per yard -. WAS 9.98 -- CHENILE SPREADS III. 10x105. B.aulilul colon. Only . WERE 5 ' -- JACQUARD SPREADS Twin bad or full b»* ilae. A»»ort«d colon 67* 57* 6.97 3.97 WERE 4.49 -- ORGANDY CURTAINS O P.rman.nl linUh. 45x10. Pink, blm, whit« --------- *· WERE 1.98 -- PLASTI? DRAPES "I flu JTxfO and JlxlO. Colorful pail.rni ....... -- · WAS S9e ^ FLANNELETTE II Inch.i wld.. AnotlMl colon. P.r yard WAS 47e -- FLANNELETTE Anortid ctlon. 11 InchM wld.. Ptr yard WERE 3.9S--IOYS C'RD'ROY PANTS O QT Fin. lor ichool, play. *ii«« I «'« U- Col.ri... - +»r* 157 WAS 1.79 --BOYS'SHIRT Banierlitd collon llann.l plaidi. I - I I WERE 59e -- MEN'S SHORTS, SHIRTS Flat broadclolh. All iliM. »ur now WERE 2.69 -- MEN'S WINTERWEIGHT UNDERWEAR 1 Q7 10% wool. »rok.niim. S.T. illhli prie.. 1 - ttff WERE 17.98 -MEN'S TWILL SURCOAT 1O Q7 Wal.r r.p.Il.nt. Quill lin.d. Siitl 31 lo 4J 1^. f * WERE 1.98 --MEN'S WINTERWEIGHT UNDERWEAR 1 AJ H.allhguard. Collon. Ankl. linglh. II lo 41 I«"TJ WAS 3.98 -- WOOL CARDIGAN O OT Short-llt.T. liyln. auorlfd colon. 7-14 «af.«a»ar W E R E 7.98 -CHILDREN'S SNOW SUITS A QT Sli.i 2 and 4. Slut «nd gra.n. Only 3 ^tWt W E R E 2.59 -LADIES' FLANNELETTE GOWNS | Q7 Aiiorltd ili.i and ceolri. Full cut \tW I WERE 1.98 -LADIES' RAYON CREPE SLIPS Lac. Irlmmtd. 4-fort, Whit., pink. II 1. 10 WERE 2.59 -BABY ROBE BOOTEE SET Miiit, Pink. Blu«. Fin. for cold w.alh.r WERE 1.79 -- CRIB SHEETS P.rcal., Sit. 45x72. Sanforlaad. 1.66 1,97 127 WERE 1.19 -- QUILTED 8AIY PADS Sii. 11x94. Tap. bound ad|». Wuhabli . . ..... WERE 1.98 -- KIDDIES' SLEEPERS | AJ Sol: fUnn.ltlt*. Sit.i 1 lo I. Auorltd col.n ...... I.T/ WERE 2.98 -- KIDDIES' OVERALLS | QT Corduroy. Sli« I. . IX. Ai»rt«4 c.lon .......... t » f i WERE 1.25 -- KIDDIES' SLEEPERS Knll. til.i 1 lo I. Aliorltd coolri... WERE 12.98 -- MISSES' COATS 'Sll«« 4 lo IX. Aiiort.d colon 77* 8.97 1.47 WERE 1.98 -- KIDDIES' OVERALLS Corduroy 'int I, I, IX. Anortid colon WERE 2.98 -- LADIES' BED JACKETS Rayon crip.. Pink, alui, y.llow. Ml Sim WERE 12.50--MEN'S RAYON ROBES J Q7 Tight wo»«n. fully lln.d. Roomy pock.ti _..,._/ iff WERE 9.95--MEN'S COTTON ROBES A Q7 Warmly napptd. Lar|. pock.li. Wld. c.llar ..1»*f WERE 3/1.59 -- HANDKERCHIEFS Min't fin. whil. Irlih llntn handktrchltfi 1 lor WERE 2.98 -- MEN'S PAJAMAS Wardi Until (nforll.d rich loft llann.l.ll. WERE 79e -- MEN'S SHORTS Broadcloth. Boxar er frlpp.r. SIlM 10, 31, 40 1.97 47 WERE 4.98--BOYS C'RD'ROY PANTS O Q7 Hard w.ttinj. Aioirl*d colon. Sii.i I lo II. «al.. * I WERE 14.49 -MEN'S GABARDINE SURCOAT Q Q7 Quill lin«d. Wat.r r.p.ll.nl. Sli.i HI lo 41 * \r I WERE 1.39 -- MEN'S GLOVES 100% all wool. Blue, brown, grty. All ilz.i 97* WERE 2.98-SPORT SHIRTS IN SOFT COTTON FLANNEL 1.97 M»n, hert are good looking, well made, casuol and com- (orlobl* ploid flonnel iport ihirli priced »o low low you'll want icverol. Limited lupply. so don't delay. WERE 8.95-MEN'S ROBES IN SMART RAYON FABRICS 4.97 Sod end casual, finely loiloi.d, handsemt in its smooth richn«ss-h«r« is the ideal lounging rob« 10 giv« you ytari of service and relaxed enjoyment. Iroktn slits. Were 1.98-4.49-CHENILLE ROBES IN SIZES FOR CHILDREN 1.47». 3.47 Worm, washable cation chenilles In wrap-around »tyl. with wid«-»weep kirl. Conlrosi-color designs ombrci' dered en skirts. While, pastels. Siies 1, 1, 3 and 8-14. SHOP ALL DEPARTMENTS IN OUR STORE. S H A R P L Y CUT CLEARANCE PRICES WILL BE FOUND IN E V E R Y DEPARTMENT. BE THE F I R S T TO CHOOSE FROM THESE SHARPLY REDUCED ITEMS.

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