Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 7, 1952 · Page 12
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February 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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I '2- - NOKTHWIST ARKANSAS TtMH, feyMtovlll., Arh.mvt, Thurtday, 7, IMJ - Two Slrikinfl Truck Drivers Wounded In ee Al Birmingham; No Charges Filed m i)l n - 'It Birmingham, Ala. -(/I 1 )- Twojously wounded, jutrlklnj truck drhers were »hnt was I'll on Ihc ','t by a noii-union' trucking com- Vii A . Jack Lilnkcr, 311, finger. Bull] .·no drivers lor Ihe .lack Cole Truck,,.. j , · ing Company, idled by Ihc strike, (fcd j.pany employe yesterday in thci | n || c( . Ll Jnmlc . Moore raid f'^g .;.Iir»t major violence reported In alGrriiinn lold him he-fired when ., xl'10-Malc strike nf AKL drivers, iaboul n dn/cn men sought lo null I Pa- · r ·· · ' - - - j!fiOC Bj ·Wit jircs {'roil vj-' ^ast Sid; :iou( Police quoted A, A. Orrmann.jhim front Ihc truck, lip wild the : 31, employe of Ihr Maxwell Truck | crowd tilrcndy hnri yanked n crun- . Lines, Rt, Hiylng he fired twice, panlon, Ilobsnn Martin, from the '· i.nlo a crowd nf men after t w o i had forced his truck Into Ihe curb ; on a norlhsltle street. No chai-Re ; was filed aejnn.it Germann. j Almul 1(1.000. AFL drivers f|nit i -.. Barnes Aivm Cook, ,Jr., 26, was j work Friday in support of wajrc I fitrurk'in Ihe abrlomrn aiKj fieri-lincicase demand.';. vehicle. Lilaker ilcnictl German was roughed up before the shouting. I-fmman -Ready To Move Into ] White House After Repairs j II) EIINKST It. V A C A K K O i intm is ijclting prctlj' tired of delays In 1 " Ihe rebuilding of the "While House. He wants to move madam and the baby (iliafp Mrs. 7'rumftn and 61arc»rel) back Inlo the mansion the first week in April. The president's impatience wa» reflected yesterday when, he look Willie Housit ncwsnvn on a 43- ininiMc tour of the residential F.ccUon, from which the Trumans moved shortly after his 1048 election victory. ·He cilcri. two examples of why the family had to lake /cfiiRc In Blair 'House, across the street on Pennsylvania Avenue. lie Btainpcd his foot sharply on tlie floor of the sitting room of Margaret's suite. " · This will hold, he said. He recalled that one of the lees of Margaret's · piano .had broken through Ihc floor In 1048, nnrrow- 1.-misting a drop into the Jamily dining room below.- B«lhlub Sink . On another occasion, the president recalled-with a 'Krin, he 'as bathing, when the tub In his own bathroom began io sink beneath him. ;· I f - I t . h a d dropped, hesaJHV it ! would have fallen wilh him in It inlu the room below, where Truman oflen entertained .« He said he kidded the madam about whal Khc would have done If she. had been enlcrtalninu Ihc Daughters of the American Revolution a n d ' h e had suddenly appeared through the ccilinK in a bathtub. Mrs. Truman didn't ,thlnk it loo funny, he said. It would have been a stale entrance, he commcnled. It was an exciting; If somewhat strenuous tour for the reporters, who had- difficulty heephiK - up with Ilie president's old arrny pace of 120 sleps a minute. Mr. Truman's decision lo take Chicago Gunmen Slay Official Gangland Style GOP Committeeman Was Foe Of Ward "Hoodlum" Element ChleaKo-M'i-A llcriubllmi ward official, described as a vlitorous foe of the so-called hoodlum element seeking domination of some of the city's warfte, was slain in gangland st.vlc last night. .Seven sholjiun blasts, apparent-: !y fired by iwo jiunmon from an! iiiiiomobilc, felled Charles Gross, acting Republican commlllee- rnan of Ihe .list Ward. The ambnsli occun-cd in Ihc Huniholdi Park illslricl, as Gross Mrs. ''cached a darkened section of tlic street. In frr,nl of a church near North and Kedx.ie avenues. fiross, who lived a fi.-w blockfij from the scene, was shot down after he alighted from his car and walked towards North Avenue. Police found seven 12-Kauge shotgun shell.'; on the pavement near his body. Political spokesmen speculated openly that Ihe slaying stemmed from a slcadily slrcnBlhcninE hoodlum encroachment Into the the newsmen on lour of the reconstruction, which Is costing around $9,800,000, came as a surprise lo them. Illlh-I'mvfrtil (iulilc · Meeting them ouUidc Ihc office of Presiclcnllal Secretary Joseph Shori, he lold them- he bet they never had inch 'n, hlR-powcrod guide before. He took them Inlo virlually every room on the ground, first and second floors. The third was hoarded im, he explained, He climbed over planks and debris to point out sights of in- potato Mortons? ward's politics, They reported similar, gangland invasion in several of the city's 50 wards. Gross' widow was quoted by police as 'saying, "I was afraid of this," when lold her husband had been slain. She refused to 'say more. Cross, owner of a soft drink company, became \vnrd commit- Iciclnun last .June and was a can- didalc, for election in Ihc April 8 primary. His opponent. James Mesi, expressed surprise .when lold of Ihe killing. "We were' good friends," Mcsi said. "This puls me in ah awful j spot." man who in place , PLAIN OR IODIZED When it rains it pours Icrcsi. He Inlkcd like n had put every board himself. The president showed Ihe new office for the dentist -- he called it Ihe loolli carpenter's place -- and said If the reporters didn't behave he'd send Ihcm In for n major operation. The house will be completed, Ihe president snld, about the first week in April. He said Ihis was hope, al least, and that he lincl to keep n shotirun after (he builders all Ihe time. · The Turkish island o f . Boxen Ada WHS Ihe one to which the Greeks withdrew while the Trojans breached the walls of Troy to admit their wooden hor^e. AdTfirllM m Ike TIMKi--II MTl 0. T. Peaches, No. H Heavy Syrup Donald Duck Orange Juice, 46-oz. 23 Fresh Emperor Grapes, Ib. Golden Ripe Bananas, Ib. Apple Butler, qt. Lima Beans No. 303 can Black Eye Peas No. 303 can 1(K Paper Shell Pecans, Ib. 35^ 6IAHMURF r A c Wishing Powder 3JI RedSweelPolaloes.Zlb.. . 25 EGGS Fresh Country Dozen . . . . SPRY, 3 Ibs. 89c Hargis Turnip Greens, 3 for 25 C CAIN'S COFFEE, Ib. 77* Pork Liver, Ib. 28* Cheese, 2-lb. box 69 Spare Ribs, Ib. 42* Oleo, Ib. 19* Pork Roasl, Ib. Every Day at FARMER'S MARKET 120 W. Center Phone 652 All-Purpose FLOUR £ " ^^ w «·· nn UIIR PI i IIP Shortening J5J\ CHERRIES 3 Lb. Con UliS I -- - CAIN'S DATED COFFEE, Ib... 79c ALL FLAVORS" JELLO . 3- 25c GERBER'S Baby Food 3 CANS 25c SUNSHINE HI-HO's...i.-x29c BETTY CROCKER PARTY CAKE MIX . . . L p ak T33c BETTY CROCKER DEVIL'S FOOD MIX . .%»33c IGA -- MAPLE FLAVOR WAFFLE SYRUP . . . . L ^'40c HYDE PARK FANCY WHOLE GREEN BEANS ·£.' 21c HYDE PARK TURNIP AND MUSTARD GREENS . · FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DOZEN PURE HOG LARD 45-lb. STAND $745 7 CHASE'S CHOCOLATE COVERED FULL POUND BOX in/oca inuiULAit COVERED CHERRIES 39 PABST-ETT PIMENTO PABST-ETT PIMENTO , g* 4%4l CHEESE 2 69 IGA ROLLED -- OR QUICK OATS. .l;r35c POWDERED OR BROWN SUGAR . ^ lOc 3 pkgs. 37c 0 SEE WHAT A $ WILL BUY AT IGA Potted Meat 3 for 1.00 JET TOILET TISSUE, 15 rolls 1.00 PEACHES Muehin tV rond 4 c2 ^ $1.00 CATSUP J^m 6 B L o°n?;, $1.00 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 5 4L 6T$1.00 P G SOAP, 20 bars . . $1.00 Cure White l)No.2 12 Mueh More Brand Cons SCHOOL DAYS P-NUTBUTTER2 59 MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 - 69 GOLD MEDAL $198 25-lb. Bag · 10-lb. Bag 98c 5-lb. Bag 49c FRESH. CRISP, TASTY Fruits Vegetables LARGE FLORIDA Oranges, 2 doz. 45c EXTRA FANCY Tube Tomatoes 17c NEW GREEN Ib 5c fJM* · «fv FANCY GREEN Peppers, Ib. . 25c FROZEN FOODS ORANGE JUICE 2 Cans 29c STRAWBERRIES 2oz.25c Sno-Crop CUT CORN Pkg.19c Hillj-of-Home LEAF SPINACH 14-oz. Pkg. !7c ICE CREAM WHITE DAIRY 1 2 Gal. 59c "" MEATS MI 's National Kraut Week! i Kiiut «»d ft«nli i (K IGA SAUERKRAUT 303 . Swift's Premium FRANKS Ib. pkg. 57c WE RAISE OUR OWN FRESH FRYERS, Ib. 49c WILSON'S CORN KING SLICED BACON, Ib. 39c SWANSON'S Chicken Backs % 39c SWIFT'S SLICED BACON ENDS . s; 89c STORE No. 1 S. Sid* Square CONSUMER'S! STORE No. 2 300 W. Dixon SUPER IGA MARKETS PRICK ALSO GOOD AT FARMER'S EXCHANGE, PRAIRIE GROVE -- PUiLICS IGA MARKET, SPRINGDALI - y

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