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4--NMTMWtST AMCANSAS IIMIS, Foy«tttvlHt, ArkantM. Monday, January 14, 1952 Supporters Of Kefauver Active In California Slate Of Delegates Will Be Placed Before Voters assembly wound tip ,1 two-day I made It rlrnr lie believe* t h e ! Mw,lon yrs.tcrd.iy with ,-i dcnimci- j whole delegation will no to the j .·itiiin of "the wanton spilling nf '· general II Warren losi'ii nut at the; American hi I in Komi." con- I convention. I lending "n Klrong. consistent /in-I l-Venlmwcr's backers appear t o : eign poliry" wiiuld luivi! prevent: believe if they can mid Call- | ( .(\ ihc war i fuiiua'.s voting power to the elements of the h " w " r sl'''»K'" "·' ··''''»' '» Kl ' w ! " ' rVnn.'-ylvanla Government Financial Chart SaidToMean Wilton Deficit Co YuiK, ?;l,'it(.';; oilier T;ifl'K (?(l '" lhe Waahinglon-f/lVPllvident Tru-! and national health insurance, man's financial chart for the KOV-'would call for spending less than ermwnl next year adds up lo half a hillioi isorvativr jl'H-ans seemed likely III |(et the)' tonight under ihi: leadi'r- nf Edward H. Tickle, [oinicr "which ^'effrct'w'mil'ii go to | ""s'mVt'n 'said, however, that the j officials said today. That would j . wnicn in uien wi.iiiu K Eisenhower backers here intend | bo two to three limes bigger than . to cany on only an "educational" i » n y rod ink operation since World campaign t.n long as Wanen jitili i War II. It probably would swcil ycai" adds up lo aljotll. a 15 billion dollar deficit. I Springdale I M;ir.v Ellen Hoclf!c r :, s m a l l j daughter at S|t. and Mrs. n.iy- ' maml Hodges, 304 South Shiloh Street, underwent 3 tnnsilectomy at the Counly hospital Saturday m ''',"' nS ;.,. ,, , _ , , their I he Winsome Sunday School n ·i,.-.. ~r ,u~ ).':....(· n.,..,:.., fu......!* ! 1 ' nally pledged tn Hep. Tlioni; Opposition lo tying up Cnli- I Franrisco-f/P)-Insurgents | fnrniii's IU) Democratic convent ion ! ,,,,,. , .,,,, i voles for Mr. Truman wenl ahead ! tod»y rliallcnuen efforts (if lead- | m]t|rr tn In both parties to deliver Call- j Kan the leadi-r.-'.hip of I,. A. i Pipkin, I.OUK Ili-arli aUoniey anrl fornlfl's votes for President Tru- | dmlrrnnn of the flate Kefauvcr- man and Gov. Earl Warn'n in t h e ! fur-President commitlce. Democratic and Republican preM- | p nvl , Foul*. sccrctary-lieaMir- dent.ial nominating contests. A r - , ,,._ reported the group has "a ranscmrnl? by organization Demo- i ^ m , n y^M r rnm Washington" lo · cr«ls to put a slate of delegates in ,.,,!,,,· ; , r .lale for Kelativer, al- the June -1 primary pledged to Mr. ]|,,,ugh u,c Tenues'.-ee senator has Blast Sends Parts Of Tank Into Homes CrosKville, III. -f/l'l- Two Truman (ailed lo halt a move b.v l only that IIP is studying supporters of Senator Kefailver | |, n ,; S i|,i|ii v of inakine the race. (D-Tenn) to match this svilh a ! T) IP move against Warren In similar slate. i Die Hepiiblican primary had the The California liepubllcnn As- support of Dr. ,1. M. dc los Heyrs, fembly, a volunteer nruanlKitinn i-hniiinan of Americans for Mar- which campaisns in the primary | /Arthur, Inc., which Is looked upon before the Stall- Central Commit- j .... a pngjiihle snuree of Cnllforni.i te.e take: llon, ha ·s over in the general elec- i ( |, r ncth for Senator Taft (H is endorsed Warren. The Qi-,j n ). 1-lowever, Harold .Jones. Pasa- altorney, who is represent- StJoseph 4 S P I R I N and killed an elderly widow, other perr.on.i were injured. Mrs. Mae Slanlinrd, ahniit SS. died, either directly from Ihe blaM :i file which demolished her. j the national debt close 10 ur above lhe. present ICBiil limit of Z7S billion.--. Authorities said this is ihe picture President Truman will pre- scnl to Ihe election-year Congress in his annual budget mes--ane one ': week from today, barring last ^"""minute changes: * ".! 1. Oovernment spending in Ihe .-..hi- fiscal year liesinninfi July 1 will ..·",,,,'reacli about Krt billion dollars, up ' · from an estimated 70 ijillium-: for r , ri ihe cm-rail year and only 45 uil- )M.« last year. 2. Pnjfcnt tax laws will brine bouse. Seven other frame houses, in about 70 billions next fiscal were damaged bniUy in this small'year, leaving an estimate! deficit Southern Illinois tinvn. :of approximately 15- billiona if Police Chief R. (.',. Randall said! conditions remain unchanged. Ihe first Mast ripped apart a 5M1-1 3. Although the administration gallon lank of Ihe has. A second! for several years has insisted on e.viilosion less than a minute - t a x e s hiRh enough to balance the Peace Tabernacle on Park Street. The Rev. Roy Murrcll, pastor, was in charse of. the special service. ' Ihc Assembly of Cod Church, lhe Ilev. Bill Jackson, pastor of the Berry Street Baptist Church, and ; rnh d%T^an' nle rw, 0 ;^ .ho KOV. L V, Freemyer, pastor ed al noon. · ! o f "'0 Seventh Day Arivonti:;t The Women's Missionary Sociuty i Church, were received as new of the First Uaplist Church will j members of the Sprinpriale Min- nieet Tuesday at 12:.'0 o'clock for iilcrial Alliance it its last mcrt- uuchcon a n d Iloyal Service ' " ' " " gro Taft In California, said his i house. Kamlall said he ·i '"--n't going lo challencc | know what touched o f f Ihe o,,-,,rred in lhe Slimfcml! b«d«ct, Mr. Truman in this elee- ! r()up nf composilioI15 bv lhe SM . diiln'tj lion year woiU «'TM-"" l ,_ e _ xt ;TM oncl year striiis class from the Youth Orchestra 1$ Presented In Concert By. BRUCE BENWARf) Tho Fayoltcville Youth Oruhr-s- tra under tlin direction of Marx Pales gave its first concert of Ihc year .VR.ftcrday in the Cnncci-t Hall of the Fine Arts Center. Thp organization is coinposcd entirely of grade or hinli school students from Fa.vettcvillc and a fow be- fiinning string students from the University. The first number on the pro- gr.irn was by (he first year .string class of the Pea body School, and demonstrated that string sturiente loam to play actual pieces frnm lhe start. Following that was a j c'hrysfcr'Corponitio'n and was held Class of the First Baptist Church i will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 j o'clock at- the -home of Mr.i*. Don Hatfield nn Highway fi8' ca.n. Mrs. V!. T. Pitts,. Jr., ytlU bring the devotional. Mr?. Flora H ink-fey was returned to the home of her son, Harry Hinkley, on 1004 Worth Mill-Street- Saturday morning hy a Callison- Sifico ambulance from the Sparks Memorial Hospital in Fort Smith, She had been a patient there. | The Steadfast Sunday School i Class of the First Baptist Church j will hold its monthly social M'on- j d a y night at 7:30 o'clock at the [home nf Mrs. Landreth Loyd-on Highway fiS oast. Mrs. Richard Harris will be in charge of the devotional. Glen Pnr.-ons, Maple Drive, left Saturday for Charles City ; Iowa. Me Henry Wolfe, parts mana~tr for the Bryant Motor Company, h;ifi returned from Little Bock, where he attended a five-day school on parts and ainnaHemcnt. The school was sponsored by the The Rev. J. K. Lack, pastor of us. The Rev. I. J. Kerrick, the ne'.v president, presided over the meeting. You Can't Beat a Product That's GOOD! i l s . ' o r income I n x lioostB to close the Warren's, control of the 70-vole Republican delccalinn. Jones Indicated Taft FUpporlcrf hope to i-olieet some of the dele- Rates if Warren finds he can't make the crade in the nomination fight. On the other hand, Dana Smith, former supporter of ex-Gov. Harold F.. Stasseu of Minnesota and now chairman of Ihc California forces bitching Gen. DwiRht B. Rinenhnwer for the nomination, ,, ,.,,^ section of lhe t a n k ; i:ap between oulco and income, ripped throueli Ilanriall's kilehen. 4. Instead, the admuu=lration ' * . . . ,.. ...111 irt.. t i» him- t f v onflirCf!- I WARNING! TO ALL MERCHANTS Stvirol checks art bting forftd on tht Northern Bog Co. Do not accept any checks on this company until further notice. Check series 9921 to 9950 are those that are being forged. A n y o n e receiving checks with these numbers pleat* notify the local sheriff. NORTHERN BAG CO. two vacant lots, another house. Ihe telephone exchange, and slammed against the second story of another house. Mmr .latianrse I'ariiltd Tohyn-(/I'i-Twenty more Japanese war-crimiiial.s serving III to 12 years sentences were ordered paroled January 22 frnm Su.k'amo Prison, Ihe Supreme Command's I.CR.ll Section announced today. Krrp up with the tlmw--re«l Ihc T MKS dallT. WALT BEACH Guarantotcl Watch With n c. e»nwt firvtt f»V«TT«yiLLl. ARK. -- I UN L O A N S HciniMl Pawnbroker Eipirt Wnleh Rtpairing ROCHIER'S JEWELRY Soulk Sid* »uirt Ntlil «nd Smirllr Slylcl) Kait- culi tnd Coed Cltin ShlTii HAIRCUTS ONLY SOe WHITE'S 3ARBER SHOP 405 W. DICKSON will press lor tighter tax enforcement and closing of alleged "loop- holer." If the national economy continues lo expand rapidly, and Congress approves the proposed lax reform.', the projected deficit may bc reduced to near id billions. 5. t,nrue portions of ihc 85 billion dollar spending program were aiilhori/cd by Congress in past years. Requests for new appropriations will lolal only about 83 billion, .11) billion less than Mr. Truman sought for Ihc c.n-rcnl year. The president's political advisers were said to have cautioned against a useless all-out drive lor higher this year. Key con- Ki-cssmcn in both political parties have made it clear they don't expect to favor new taxes. By hitting hard on the "loophole" piugsins program--which Con- irre.s.i repeatedly has refused to in other years--the admini- same school. The entire youth orchestra then provided three compositions of a more advanced nature. Particularly appealing in this group was a set of two "Country Moods" by Samuel Gardner. The program continued with solo number by the more a d - j ^ r r,;ia s -s plans to la/.c vaneed members of the orchestra. Nancy Garrison and Pat Cralley played violin solos, while Marian Head provided a viola number. Although all of these evidenced much progress, the solo by Larry Tommy Glass, who has spent 16 months in the Asiatic theater and in Korea, has received his discharge and ha.-: relurned home to Visit his mother, Mrs. L e n a Glass of Springdalc. His wife and their son, Gary, have heen making their home in Fayctteville with her mother, Mrs. Frances Gann. short vacation and then return to St. Louis, Mo., where he will re-enter civilian work. t The Christian Men's Fellowship df the First Christian Church ob- I served Men's Night Sunday eve- | RELIEVES A REAL CAUSE of STOMACH DiSTBESS- Oefidcncies of Vitamins Bi.Bi.Niacin and Iron Scott was outstanding. The lone ning. A men's chorus san.^. Ralph quality produced by this young j Miller, president of the C. M. F., ; musician would have done justice i played a special number on the to a much more advanced cellist, violin, accompanied by Mrs. Mill- .- slration would have a talking point in reply to attacks on already high tax rales. I The United Stales defense build- j up is the key to the budget. Offi- I cials say Mr. Trunv ' will estimate ; diret-l military spci UK al roughly | S" billion, compared with about 44 billion /or the current year. Hut new military appropriation I riMiucats, officials say, will total ; only about MVi billion dollars--j cnnipared with abmit ("i billion for the current year, rndinc -'une 30. J Much smaller spending increases ; are expected to lie outlined for atomic rncigy. civilian defense 'and defense housing, and interest payments on the national debt, Vnriou.-r "Fair Oca!" proposals, irh as federal aid tn cdticnlion and his technique was brill inn t nnd steady. As al closing number the youth orchestra played Lcroy Anderson's "Syncopated Clock." a novelty number which featured the wood block and sought to simulate the actual ticking of a clock, Advertise In the TIMER--It "a" pr, the church organist. The Hev. T. J. Kerrick spoke on "Praise the Lord and Pass the Buck." This special service was held to help enlist men for the father and son banquet which will be held in the church dining room Monday night. January 21. An all day fellowship mcelina was held Sunday at the Gospel of Life simply isn't worth living when you can't cnt good food without ih suffering indigestion, gas. dyspcp- sla and heartburn due to clcfl- cicncies of Vitamins Bi, B:, Nlacln and Iron in your system. But here's real help for stiiTem · from such deficiencies. You don 1 have to be sntlsflcd with symp- *; tomatic relief. You can actually 1? relieve the very cause of such stomach, distresn due to these deficiencies with HADACOL! Why not let HADACOL brins about an amazing improvement in the way you feel? And that's not all! Continued use of HADACOL not only gives continuous, complete relief but helps prevent such deficiency- en used distress from coining back. That's what you must do if you m-ant honest-to-gooclness real relief and freedom from the miseries of such k distress. 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And Packard brings you the world's highest-compression eight! · · Patkw4'i all-it**! t«f»fr !·*·· arc cmhioncd at IS mountin« points for perfect titling comfort. Purkiird'i new^ .shockprool .steering is balanced for finf-er* tip control--easier bundling nnd piirking. · · Look «t on* mor* car. If you plun to sjxmd 525(K) for « car, invest one hour lo sec how little more it takes to own a Packard. Packard costs less to hny than you think and the record over the yc»rs proves it costs less to own. "Huilt like H Packard" means built lo Lift! NEW LUXURY RIM! NIWEASIOF HANDLING! NIW SHOCKPftOOF STEERING! .Wurf Than SJH OrAlll'itckartliHiiilt SInct ISM An Still In Hurl ONLY PACKARD iimias YOU MIW lAtAMAYtCPOWIIt * * Only h« Uttr«- * * f.ik.rJ bulMl *r««l »II- * w lnt«r(*n n«m, proved in ute to out v . -perform nil other automatic Unginc, the hip,.....,. »,.. d r i v t s under «ny «nd nil nion fight, his up lo conditions. ' '' : ·In*i1 Packartl's Tliutiilcrholt ami ftcsh exterior color coni- t N«w lai«m*tl( '*w*r itivl Ki' 1 ' f^strr. surer s · ion ci^ni, ims ii( iti * J / D ..nmil, low lines, ^fals art AS f t w c r working purti thin wld« m tht car is high, engines of comparahlepowtr! ^ ^ |»«ry ·nilivr*' .(,287 umlcr- fuciory ··l ir*k.l givi-faster, surer Slops * * ·«i«*r«Vi l*lily|l*il «o«s .i,iB/ separate laclory --rc|iiiie .to;',; less fool pres- trr» of .1,(H6? ( ' «|iiaie indies i n s p e c t i o n s , "lluill like ^ sure, ly% less lime lo applyl gitei ill-irnunil vision. ' Packard" means built to bit! PACKARD ASK Tllf ,W,t,V WHO OH'A'S 0,VB LYLE BRYAN MOTOR COMPANY KM N. lloek. Foyettevllle. Ark. STOOE HOURS: 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Monday Thru Saturday Save! Week-Day Low Prices Medium Eggs Pork Hams Pork Beans Margarine Cane Sugar Red Potatoes Farm-Fresh Medium Size Carton Packed 1ENJAMIN FRANKLIN kntw th* true meaning of thrift. "If you would be wealthy, think of saving as well at getting," wai hit sound advice. So it is fitting that the week of his birth date-January 17-23--is set o$id* cj National Thrift week. The best way for you to observe it is to buy where you »ave the most. Find the aniwer to thrift at SAFEWAY! Dozen Carton Butt Halves Ib. 42 Shank Halves Ib. 39 Taste Tells Pocked With lean Pork Dalcwood Colored Fully Enriched Packed in Quarter! Domino or Godchaux in Factory Pack Bags McClures in Clean Mesh Bags Choice Red 16-oz. Can Pound Carton 10-lb. Bag 10-lb. Bag 79* 59* Biscuits Purex Juice Sugar Beans Bollard or Puffin .Can The all-purpose for bleaching . . Sunsweet Prune Juice Powdered or Brown ,, Clean Pinlos lOc ...«. 15c o. 25c », lOc 2 L 25c Peaches Highway 2H tit*. in syrup Con Tomato l-ox. Sauce Can 5c Oranges ^ a ·*. 45 C Cheese £.£·"'!" ?«; 79c Cake Mix A»° b L y n ,. 27c Prices Good Tuei., Wed., Thun. OUR PRtCINO POLICY lil«w«r "HI meet lti« lownl *d**fili*4 pile* al everr com- f«tlter, Him tr Hem, air r llir, ·"· by r*ii quilllr in condition el mirchindiM con- tMiria. SAFEWAY Wi Reierve The Right To Limit QuenHHe*. Nothing Sold For Reiole U-

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