Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 25, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 25, 1952
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Brogdon Heads .Seal Campaign In the County " Fdyetteville Port Is Contributed By . Community Chest Lofton Brogdon, Snringdale, will l e r v c as Washington County chairman for the 1952 Easter Seal .campaign which opens March 13, to'continue for one month. Conducted through county chapters by the Arkansas Association for. t]ie Crippled, the Easter Sea! drive will raise funds to finance .services to the children of Washington' County and the stale. The Washington County goal for 1P52 is $1,000. .The Arkansas Association for the Crippled is a part of the Fayetteville Community Chest, and the Chest already has contributed the Fayettcville share of the goal-I J300--to the fund. Therefore, the seal sale will not include Fayetteville. . ' ''Chief project of the agency is the 'Children's Convalescent Cen- teriat Jacksonville, a 6R-bed hospital devoted exclusively to the rehabilitation, of handicapped chil- " dren. It is the only hospital in Arkansas used entirely for this purpose. Money, derived from the drive · also is used to support a mobile rehabilitation unit which travels to every section of .Arkansas. This unit, staffed by speech, physical and occupational therapists, gives aid to crippled children who are unable to go to Jacksonville, and . offers follow-up treatment to those who have been returned to their homes. The mobile unit staff also offers instruction to parents of handicapped children. " . Easter Seals are assistinir 'the public schools in five Arkansas cities in financing classes for phy- sitnlly handicapped and slow Jc.'.rnlng children. These classes t e located in Jonesboro, F o r t Smith, El Dorado, Pine Bluff and Little Rock. ·Atfvrriisp in Ihe TIMES--I. P«TI. It's a complex business! "6ur clients dtiy about 50 different Kinds of insurance from us. There are five or (en different ways in .which each of these can be written. On most of them there are at least three or four different types of · endorsements -- additions or changes -- that, can be attached to the contracts. The worst of it is that these icveral hundred variables keep changing all the time. Almost every morning our mail is loaded down with changes in forms, eharfges in rales, changes in the way policies can be prepared. Keeping track of these complexities, and making sure that our clients get, from the vast variety of policies available, the best insurance at the least cost -- that's what our clients pay , tts for. We'll be glad to study your policies, without charge or obligation, and make sure for you that the latest changes are ' checked against your own insur- Uce program to your advantage. . RENNER COMPANY, Inc. "Insurance of All Kinds" Phone 236 $Murity-Conni(ti(ut (omnnmts Lure Jap Holdouts LEAFLETS and loudspeaker announcements are being used on Lubang island to Induce Japanese itragglera from World War II to surrender. Estimates of the number hiding in the Mill run to 1,000. Hit-And-Run Episode Ends In Arrests Hearings Are Set For Tomorrow In Municipal Court - Two hit-and-run drivers were arrested by city police over the weekend--one of them only a few blocks from the scene of the accident. Pvt. Richard L. Kolinski, 22, of Camp Chaffee, was arrested Saturday night by prowl car officers after he backed into a car driven by John Davis of Fayctteyillc at the corner of School and Mountain Streets. Police said Kolinski bumped into the car ahead of him, driven by Ewell P. Rosenberry, 19 of West Fork. Roscnberry backed up iand bumped Kolinski, and thi soldier threw his car into reversi and backed up for another try a Rosenberry. But, police said, his backing ca collided with Davis''machine, dis abllng it, and then raced off in pursuit . o f Rosenberry, who hat headed south on School. Police found Rosenberry and Kolinski at the intersection ' Highways .71 and 62--engaged in fight. Both were arrested. Kolinski was charged with leaving thi scene of an accident, and Rosen berry with reckless driving. Both will be tried in Municipal Cour tomorrow morning.' Johnny Thomas, 22, 402 South Locust Street, was also chargec with leaving the scene of an accident. Police said he had been sought since February 18, when his'car allegedly collided with a parked automobile owned by Mrs- Ruth B. Meyers of Route 1. Two Fined, Sentenced For Drunken Driving Two men were fined and sentenced to jail this morning by Municipal Judge V. James Ptak on charges of drunken driving Clifton Thomas, 40, ot Springdale, was .fined $150 and costs mid sentenced to 30 days in jail when he pleaded guilty to his third offense. His driver's license was suspended for one year. He was arrested by State Police. Raymond K. Faubus, 26, of Combs in Madison County, was fined $100 and sentenced to 10 days in jail on a plea of guilty. .Court' records show the offense was his second. His driver's license was suspended for 30 days. The arrest was by city police. Retirement Pension Plans Unlimited Washington -(/P)- The neri government policy on retirement pension plans puts no limit on contributions by employers or workers and no limit on benefits. The Wage Stabilization Board made the long-awaited announcement yesterday, paving the way for automatic approval of more than 500 new and revised pension plans held up for months awaiting board decision on policy. Just Imagine! A Genuine TAPPAN GAS RANGE FOR ONLY $ 159" Cy Carney Appliance Co. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE PHONE 1721 Tuesday-Wednesday Thursday-Friday-Saturday i February Month-End Sale! Our Charge Books Are Closed! Your Purchases These Important Four Days Will Not Appear Until Your April Statement. Dean Jones New · Nautical Nylons from our regular stock! BELLE * S Through Wednesday Only! Ni'fty in fashionable, wearable denim Specially $"750 Priced I Replica version of our famous Sailor Dress of another brand. This dress is featured in four attrnclive colors . . . sailor blue, lilac, toast and rose. Flallering to everyone. Sizes 10 to 20. Buy several for color variety. · dresses -- main floor rear Odds and Ends SALE TABLE 1/2 Price 52 Blouses, formerly $2.98, now .1.49 3 Blouses, formerly $3.98, now 1.98 3 Blouses, formerly $4.98, now 2.49 6 Blouses, formerly $5.98, now 2.98 1 Blouse, formerly $8.98, now 4.49 1 Blouse, formerly 10.98, now 5.49 1 Sweater, formerly $7.98, now 3.98 1 Sweater, formerly $8.98, now 3.98 1 Sweater, formerly $9.98, now 3.98 8 Knit Dresses, $10.98, now 5.49 · main floor front ·*.. null* inoillln (Inclinm fur «]r.iitlrr /"rincrogc for mil, nr ·ninll leg* mclfi;i- larger legs . · hosiery --· main floor front To. introduce fabulous-fitting Belle-Shrameer legisize stockings to more leg-wise women, we offer these special month- end prices, All. the smartest new shades, in all sizes, in all weights . . . every pair of flawless quality, Regular $1.95. Regular $1.75 49 *,. Regular $1.65 Regular $]J5 *i 4 r 3 Pairs $4.97 3 Pairs $4.37 Month-End Special! 67 Only Pure Nylon SLIPS 3 Pairs $4.19 pr. 3 Pairs $3.47 ilh nylon lace trim $2.50 Values For These will be snatched up quickly, so don't delayl Snow while nylon cropo in sizes 32 lo 44. · budget slips--bascmnt Spec fa I Purchase! Multifilament Rayon Polka Dot House Coats An exceptional buy, these lovely floor- length housecoats have short sleeves and come In. navy with white dol» and red, wilh while dols, skos 10 to 20, uhbeliov- ably low priced at .......... . ........ · main floor front MONTH-END BASEMENT SPECIALS 9-Pc. Duo-Tone, Colored Glass Salad Sets complete Includes salad bowl in dork decorator green wilh three matching individual s a l a d dishes and three contracting charlrouso salad dishes. Add a large chartreuse spoon and ford and you have ' a n intriguing set and value. Chenille Bath Sets Choice of Six Colors ONLY 99C Attractive 1 8 x 3 0 rug with mulli-color trim . . . solid color lid cover. Choose from blue, groy, rose, green, flamingo, gold. Exactly 47 Standard Napped Cotton Sheet Blankets Slight Irregulars of $2.50 Values ONLY $, 00 each Hurry, for those won'l las! long at this ridiculously tow price. 70x84 dimensions) long-lasting quality/ Sale! Smart New Arrivals Assorted Linens 29c to $9.98 C'nl'irful. r i i y o n doth:; . in small, new shades.; embroidered pillow rase;;; fancy linen napkins; piintH lavtm rln'.hr, Hm.Mi ,-uirl l,u-e chair hncks. rayon d; napkins; cli:,h Hoihs; pot hnldrrs; kitrlirn time-Is: in fact, your TOlirc lim:n nmi:;. Slight Irregulars of $1.98 Values Hot Drop Forged Shears lictr's nur nppnrtunily tu procure scvcr-il |i;tirs nf shaip, durable shrnr.s ut nicnl s.ivlnn*. Sizes 7", 7Vs", 8", Mu si'vcnil. EACH

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