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t--MOtTHWtH ARKANSAS TWMS. tavtMvMt. ArkMWÂ« Timdcy, March 4, 1*52 .Have you seen the Leeds Coats a n d S u i t s a t MatUda't? W 'I you should, for it Â«s usual Leeds j leads the field In . i suit and coat do- Esignlng and the new spring styles- lire really out of this world . . . jind ... the . m o s t beautiful blousci you could.-.wlsh . f or-iS.ro" a d d glamour to . any itult. -You'll bo Eastorifflc.in Maillda'i styles. And here's a point Indies Will rtot overlook -- the BUlta, and. coats you purchase;Â·Â»!. MillMta'r.sra exclusive. Why riot go In today, or Soon, 'Â«nd tee ,the wOndCTii'. things foi- \vombn?and;C entlre Easter en' Everybody Seems To Think He Can Win In New Hampshire ''' (By The AMeelalid Preu) The presidential: campaign' of the three top fiopubllcan hopefuls, was attuned today to (he theme, "I can win ho matter what-anybody Kays.". . Sen. Elites Kefauvcr of Tennessee, .the most active Democratic candidate, pitched his speeches to much the same key. The candidates alined their political oratory at New Hamp- shln!si voters, who hold the no- lion's first 1052 presidential preferential primary next Tuesday. . '' On the Republican side, former Minnesota . Gov. Harold Slasscn and Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower's campaign manager, Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, already were on the scone.'Sen. Robert A. Taft of io'was due Thursday, .Kcfauvcr arrives today to drum up the Democratic vole. . are^-the latest happenings canjiie'Ijgn camps: :,.-. . li'StaÂ»schypTedlctod he would draw "considerable" of the would- be backers., of Gcri^ Douglas Mac- that Taft and she'll be the belle o f ' the town in one of the many Â·'o6'-Plfi?forcs found at the '3$.Â·Â·ealeo Slort, There. atje cute little. Â£Â·// tlylaj trlm'medMn blue .and white Â· and white checks with Â«,,,. -- frr ... .,fo. match i for the 1-2-3 Jtt^rei;at.:oniy' $5.98, and batiste and *-;^'drgaVidy. ones lii'White, pastels, red yt', for brqwh for the larger girls. Sizes Sr P2 through 'Ox at prices ranging 5jfi2!lrdm!$2.98..to $5.98^,-,'.-. F- Also in the Bo.t(m Â«toÂ» Chil; dren'i Dtpt. tan be found a practical, Â·* entertaining; : play apron complete 'With doll, miniature hot Â·Â·-"- 1 Â·Â·'-"Â·- clothes line and jd cunningly in the . *?l. This 'Â·. should keep -_..le rind joy busy for many 1 "ihÂ«unt. In flamingo, lilac or chur- tre.'uÂ»c for sizes 2-4-6. Basic things go a long way to., ward the extra g l a m o u r y o u want In y o u r jEaslor coitume. An excellent idea 'is to start, not iwlth- your put- ward l o o k . b u t /pay attention .. ; . '' ' attention [ tloii 1 *Â·** ;to' your founda- garriisnts, At OainpbellBell il Department you- can find any type V. . . nhy stylo and all nationally advertised foundation Â·jjgirments for lovely ladles of all Vales, Something new for the Â·Â·'younger s e t . . .Warner's strapless "cinch" bra to wear with formals, to glvq you the tiniest waist ever. AtMade of youth clastic and nylon . thisi .combination, 'bra. waisj '. "clncher" and; garter.belt'ls. priced ' at only,$12.80. RemcmBtfrVH'l'at ' "Â·Omphell-BeU.Canet 1 Dept.; Â·'.""" Golhf to"' a pink and .blue shower? If so and you -need ideas for gifts, why not stop at Paarl : Lee'f Children'! Â·hop? There you .will find,the most darling little morn- 1 '-.Â· ing,.dresses in all the new baby H ;,!, colors. Mint; maize, pink; ; white, ..i.:."..?'. and tiny,little polkja dots; Also a Â«\V basic layette garment'made of the Â· ,, J finest ^volvottc flannelette , by . Â· Â·" Revel-Craft. The softness equalled only by the baby's pink cheeks, lii :'f.r* short or long Klmonn styles from -x-i ;,. 98c to $1.S9. All the embroidery . - , on the garments is hand made. -..;.' Pearl te*'Â« also has Tiny satin ' sbpcs gift-packaged with a pair * E;n of^ white anklets and cotton or *'-Â»* ^' wool baby blankets from $3.88 to K-.;rj *Â».Â»8. Vou'll agree the place for rifeit . baby gifts and necessities Is 'Pearl ..... .... Lee's. Arthur in Now Hampshire. He repealed what hi " has said often, Eisenhower. can't win because they cancel out one anothcn,. ' ' . t ' . 2. Lodge said Elsenhower would e "a fighting campaigner who '111 make every Truman bureau- crat'and demagogue take out for the high hills." 3. Taft, In Wisconsin, said there is no basis for the charge^ that 'Taft can't win." HoÂ»prom!scd organized labor Â« Republican ad.- ninistratlon would "perfect" a Taft-Hartlcy Law that would 'meet all reasonable demands." Democratic: 1. Kcfauver told a Boston au- dlencc;, ,''a strong organization is out to get me" in the New'Hamp- shire primary, "but the final decision rests with the people and I "am out for this support." 2. Sen, Robert S. Kerr of Ok1a r homa.sald in a'recorded Sari Diego speech that the Democrats were "never stronger" and the Republicans "never weaker or more'divided." He accused "reckless Republican leaders" -- he named TÂ«ft of injuring the United Nations position in the Korean peace talks. . 3. Senator Humphrey (D-MInn), already entered as a favorite eon candidate for the Democratic prcs identlal nomination, Raid in Washington there should be a showdown on the president's civil rights program with Southern Democrats backing Senator Rus- Â·"Incvltably" the next president will be a Republican if the Democrats retreat on this issue, he said, 4. Now. Mexico Democrats'nom- inated Senator Chavez and Representatives Dempsey and Fernanda tii aucceed tlicmfilvcs. Actress Una Merkeljn Son to 1 Monica Hospital Santa Monica, Callf.-(/P)-Ac' tress Una Merkcl Is in St. John 1 ! Hosiflal suffering from what her doctor sÂ«ys "was "probably an overdose of sleeping pills." ( "She Is pretty sick," Dr. Ro; T. McReynolds said last night "but I think she will pul through." . - Miss Mcrkel, 48, a veteran stage and screen, was found in a conia yesterday by a nurse who had been attending her during siege of influenza. Â·Â» wit* On tinea--read Ike TIMES dally. Russia Will Fall, Siys Former U. J. Ambassador LoÂ« Angeles-MVI. believe lussia will fdll because men will j be free," but we mufft not under-, estimate Soviet power, cays Adm. Alan 0. Kirk. Kirk, who resigned last, month i i U. S. ambassador to. the Soviet; Union, also said in a Town Hall iddress ypsterrlay America would 3C foolish to consider Russia in- inclblu. He snid he believes war can.be voldcd if Amerlrn is able to "negotiate from strength, actual and n being." *T' T ~ Trial Delay Granted To iecondary Red Leaders * New York-(/I)-Slxteen second-' ry Communist leaders have won delay In their trial until March: 3 1 . . * ' ..-:Â·;. They were to hfivo gone on trial cslcrrtay, but Federal Judge Edvard J. Dlrnock granted their plea a postponement so they can lave more time to plan their dc- cnse. The 10 were indicted June 20 on charges of .conspiring to teach and advocate the viojc.nt over- hrow of the government. Navy Jet Plant Underway Rlycfhcad; N. Y.-(/l')-Work has begun on a projected 22-million dollar. Navy jot plane assembly plant and testing field. The rumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation expects to gel It Into operation by April, 1053. v . Spring Blooming MAGNOLIA TREES SPECIAL Tlinnki to toad -r _ -,, KrowlnK condition!, M9a, MAgnpllH Treos ore , ^. In ndcqunto Â»upply(2 for $3.50] tnli year, no wÂ« r ' can offer you hnrdy, Sprlng-bloonV Inff MagnoliRH for the Mmtir.lng low price of only $2 en.,.or a for $3.501 H Â» . n flood tden to order two be- 'cmitfc the p r i c e ' m a y not b e - t h i s tow ajaln'ior ycnri. Produce bti white bloMonts with rosy nlni edges, Plant now to Hive them j, pood stnrt for next SprltiK. 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Let BRASKA help . nriteve ym of' (he misery of arthritic and muscular .pain; Try Â·RASKA On this Outrnntee: Yeu Muil Gel Knulli Or Your RctdMhe frank (uaraiilec below. WARDROOM ART. SOVIET STYLE -- Something new was added to U. S. icebreakers WcÂ«twiiid and Northwind just returned by Russia, which used the ships during World War II. The American crews who brought the ships to South Boston naval annex found Soviet' posters aboard; Poster at left reads, "They (fight) for peace." Second poster, with a picture of JosephsStalin. bears his father's name, and below it, the name of a Baltic city, fosters are held by George Hubert, Worcester, Mass., left, and Attilo Valentino, Winchester; Mass. Washington - W) - Portrait mn- lallions ot President and Mrs. fruman have been completed and will be cast in bronze. The president privately commissioned the medallions. High Court Holds Parent Not Necessarily Liable For Damages Resulting From Child's Accident With Motor Vehicle Little Hock-(/P)-The Arkansas Supreme Court yesterday held that a parent is not necassarily civilly liable for damage which results from* 'a minor child's operation of a motor vehicle. This is true even though the parent was K'Jilty of a misdemeanor in allowing the child to drive, .the court said. The'ruling was made in a^ from Mississippi County Circuit Court in which J. D. Donaldson and others had obtained judgments against' Murray Richardson. Richardson's 16-y e a r-o 1 d daughter, Eloise, was driving Richardson's truck when .-it collided with Donaldson's automobile near Osceola. The .Supreme Court reversed the judgments and sent the case back' to the Osceola District of. the Circuit Court for new trial.. . ' . Â· In an opinion written by Associate Justice Ed F. McFaddin, t h e ' high court said "Murray Richardson was guilty of a mis- derrifeanor in allowing his daugh'- ter, who jÂ«rd no driver's Jicense, to drive his-car. But being guilty of a misdemeanor does not per se in itself make Murray Richardson liable for his daughter's negligence. Violation of the traffic law is evidence of negligence, but does noi establish negligence as .a matter of law." The trial judge erred, the Supreme Court said, in giving the jury an instruction that if Richardson permitted his daughter to drive the truck hfti was. jointly responsible. Theory Repudiated, . The court commented that the so-called "family purpose doctrine," a theory that when other members of the family are allowed to use an automobile at will, they automatically became agents of the head of the. family, has been repudiated in Arkansas. . . Â· "r urthermore, the negligence of a child cannot be imputed to a child merely because of the parental, relationship in the absence of a statute so declaring," the court said. Arkansas, it added, has no such statute. Â· . Thc ( .Supreme Court also reversed another case' from the Osceola District of Mississippi i.'ircuit'Court. In this one, the Supreme Court Mid the trial court erred in directing a verdict against Gladys Poiton Norris, who had cued Mississippi C o u n t y Electric Co-Operative," in the death of Arthur Pojton. The high court laid "the only question is whether ^here was substantial evidence tor; the'jury's consideration.'' The- trial court thought there wasn't; the Supreme Court said there was. Poston was killed January 17, 1951, when he walked into *Â· sagging transmission line carrying 7,200 volts. The defense was that the-'cooperative had properly constructed and maintained its line and that the sagging wai 'caused by other persons who had removed clamps or shackles from a guy wire. j ,, . . Â· . "* Associate Justice Paul Ward dissented. . See This Gorgeous Flowering Shrub Change From White to Pink to Purple-in Your Yard! S^atioml "COIOR (NAUGHT HYDRANGEA Bloomt Usually Usf From Summer Right Through Winter! 50L Sfwcidl-byMatn *No other flowertnfc shrub blooms to loni or is so lovely. This *mazinf "Color duhftng" Hydrangea blooms in early summer with thousand* of snowy flowers . . . later the Dowers turn to blush pink and finally in fall to E royai i,;irp!e. Then instead of falling off when irost IN met. they often last right through winter. Kvtn the cut -Dowis live foi muntm. Wonderful shrub for'planting around foundation of VOLT noi-.se, or as border. Grow anywhere. Shipped 2 t- 4 (1 frr easy transplanting. Send SOc for 1. 'plus lOc for postage. lidr.Jiing. 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