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February 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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--NMTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIi. fav«H*vlM«. Ark»m«., Wwdimdny, Nbruary 37,' 1f5» ' · 'i i£ Soys If Husbands Took Out Dancing Divorce In Nation Might Be Cut , By BOB THOMAS Hollywood -OT- The dancing .ihampioris-- Marge nnd Gower- iffar.: this advice to help stop the ·islrig divorce rote: Husbands ftould take their wives out danc- .ntj more often, ' .. The couple^ most, sensational I'Janco team lo hit Hollywood since ijlngcr Rogers and Fred Astalre, have cerliilnly made dancing pay dividends. They t h i n k that foxtrots 'nnd v/altr.cs can prove profitable for any wedded pair. "Why should romance stop after marriage?" argued Marge. "A boy and a girl dance their feet off when thcy'ru courting. As soon as Ihcy step before.(he preacher, they, give up dancing entirely. 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Guaranteed Get a bottle at yow dint iitore today. UM It and If you are not MIRACULOUSLY SATISFIED, we will gladly refund your money. No matter hnw lonf you have suffered --don't do It another, day. HOPE MINERAL may be what 701 are arching for. PRICE I1.H fHONI 717 IAST-SIM IQUAM "TM-JS zj^fc-i never occurs to them that dancing could be just ac much fun after they're married." 'The most romantic thing a coli- ple can do is dunce," Cower said. '.'There's no other way they can Kct so close. To me, there's no nicer sight than to sec a middle- aged couple enjoying themselves while dandiiK. I sec no reason why pair can't have fun on a dance floor, no mailer how long they have been married." Remind! Of Dance Schools I suggested (hat many a husband's foxtrot, my own Included, might well be considered grounds for divorce in itself. 'There arc plenty of dance schools that could cure that," Cower replied. "The investment uould reap a handsome payment In m a r i t a l happiness." A l t h o u g h they spend a good many of their workday hours dancin/i, the champions filill like to f l i t around the dance floor when Ihcy g o . o u t at night. I enjoy nothing more," said Marge. But there arc certain hazards," her Ir.sband added. "I like to dnnci! In public like a normal individual. But often at parties we I start dancing and the otlicr dancers w i l l stand aside and expect us to go . Into some fancy routine, I always prefer to dance with Marge when we're out. Because if I dance with some other girl, she's Invariably disappointed. They always say, 'How come he's so famous as a dancer? He dances just like any other man!' " Deplore Lack Of Interest The champions deplore the general lack of interest in dancing on the part of the general public. This extends even (o the youngsters, whose ciders were wild about doing the bunny-hug and cutting rugs in their youth. Kids nowadays seem-.to have little of the enthusiasm for dancing that was evidenced in other eras. This Is brought .about partly by the decline in the band business. "Also, there, have been no now dance crazes that have lasted," Ciower added. "Although a Ipt of people still' square dance, It has faded as a fad. The Charleston didn't last very long. "For another thing, you don't h ive the Inspiration that Astalre and Rogers created for ballroom dunclng with their pictures, There are lots of good dancers on the screen today, but most of the* dance alone, and their dancing is rrorc the athletic type." The two may help to relieve that situation. They arc co-slarring in "Everything I Have Is Yours," in which they will be doing plenty of hoofing together. Cable Construction Near Little llock-(flWniTtn Dray, manager of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company here, says construction of a $1,000,000 coaxia' cable between ' Little · Rock anc Memphis will begin by May 1, to to completed December 1. Washington-VI'j-A proposal by Representative Trimble (D-Ark) for a new method of financing federal buildings is over one legislative hurdle. A bill embodying Ihc idea has been 'approved by a House Public Works Subcommittee lyid is to be acted on soon by Ihc f u l l committee. So far as Trimble knows, there is no opposition to the measure. Trimble's idea is, simply, that private interests build federal office buildings where they arc loected and the government lease .hern. Lease payments would be ·jpplied toward purchase of the Buildings and, after 25 years, title would pass to the government. Trimble contends that his plan has these advantages: 1. The government could get he office buildings and post of- 'ices it needs without the long delay of waiting for .appropria- ions. 2. The government would save money in many cities because ease payments on a new, well ilanned office building would bo less than rents paid for office space scattered throughout a city. 3. Private interests would have a place for investing capital where they would get a fair return with no risk. . The .government eventually, would own the buildings and save even more in rentals. 5. .Construction of the buildings would provide considerable employment. Trimble said insurance companies, for instance, could invest money.in buildings and get a return of about 2.75 per cent. Such interests, he said, favor his plan. The hill contemplates only office buildings or combined post offices and federal courthouses, hospitality Serving Coca-Cola serves hospitality, ' «nd Coke is best when it's fee cold... right in tltc liollle. Buy it by tltc case. ·omit UNDII AUTHotirr or TNI cocn.cou COMPANY iv COCA-COLA lOHlhSO COMPANY, Mwm I40t O "». tW CQCa.COIA CMfMft Trimble Sees No Opposition To His Plan For Financing New Federal Buildings but Trimble has a companion measure which would apply to post offices in smaller towns. Quirino Sheared Of Emergency Powers Manila -(IF)- T h e -Philippines House of Representatives voted- last night 39 to 11 to shear President Eipidio Quirino of his emergency powers. The bill now goes to the Senate, where it is expected to pass. Quirino has threatened a veto unless he is given sufficient emergency pcnver to deal with the Communist-led Huk outbreaks and what he called the threat of a world war. Marriages C. C. Creek and Miss Elrna Kirk, both of Siloam Springs, were married February 25 by County Judge Wilt Carter. Leeman Marra and Miss Dorris Brewer, both of Tulsa, Okla., were married February 23 by County Judge Witt Carter. George Newton Combs, Fayetteville, and Miss Myrl Hash, Elkins, were married February 22 by the Rev. Jnk'e Drake. FEEL AWFUL? ourro COID , . MISERIES ' fi f^ §± synptomotic ODD RELIEF Pipeline To Supply Gas To Stale Studied V/asIimgton-M J )-PJaiis for a $32,752,000 pipeline expansion program to.supply more natural gas to seven Midwestern and Southern states including Arkansas, has been outlined to the power commission. 'H. J. Conner, attorney for Texas Gas Transmission Corporation, explained the plan at a hearing yesterday. A similar request by the company was denied earlier by the commission. Texas Gas wants to construct 407 miles o£ 26-inch pipeline parallelling present gas mains serving Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio. If its plan is approved, 20 Eastern Arkansas towns- will receive their first natural gas supply. Keep up with the llmts--ran ihe Times dally. KTHS To Move To Little Rock Washington-WJ-Final authority for Kadio Station .KTHS of Hot Springs, Ark., to move to Little Kock with increased power has been granted by the Federal Communications Commission. The action yesterday affirmed recommendations of a trial ex- aminei last December. , KTI-IS, operated by I-iaclio Broadcasting, Inc., waj authorized to continue on its present operating assignment of lOOd Kilocycles, j u kilowatts daytime, one kilowatt at night,' pending the move. When the station moves to Little Rock, it wil. operate on 50 kilowatts around the clock. Chancery Dispositions In the Washington County Chancery Court: Emma Lee O'Bryant vs Herbert L. O'Bryanl: Decree of divorce to plaintiff. ' t W. F. Watson vs Berslle \yitson:' Decree of divorce to .plaintiff, awarding custody o£ minor children c' parties to, plaintiff. · Melba Dean Dudley vi Jack Leroy Dudley: Decoee of divorce to Plaintiff, awarding custody of minor child of parties to plaintiff. % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Bret. Lodwr Mont EVERYTHING . I N - ' - - FlUMBING and SUFPIIB FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. Sec The NEW FR1GIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE ff n Before You Buy Service (J, 17-19 N. 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