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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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27 Nominated For M Nobel Peace Prize Five Americans Considered For Swedish Award Oslo, Norway - (/P) - The Nobel Committee announced today that 27 individuals, Including five Americans, -have been nominated for the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize. The A m e.r i c a n s are Frank Buchman, noted for '-his - work with the Oxford Group and moral rearmament; Ewing Cockrell, Warrensburg, Mo., jurist now WALT BEACH I Watch tcpoirlMfl II J.CMIW ttn*t MvrrraviLLK, MR. ~ uw livlnf in Washington. D. C Raphatl Lemkin, Yale Unive ity, authority on Intel-nation law who coined the word "ieno cide" for race murder; Jame Shotwell, historian and forme president of the Carnegie En dowment for International Peace and Clarence Streit, advocate o American union with Great Bril ain. Winner of the jjrize last yea was Leon Jouhaux, the anti Communist French labor leader. Others nominated 1 n c 1 u d e Lester B." Pearson, Canadian ex ternal foreign affairs minister Prime Minister Louis St. Laur ent of Canada; Sir Senegal N Rau, Indian diplomat; and Pres ident Mijtuel Alernan Valdes o Mexico; Carlos P. Romulo, Phil ppine ambassador to the United States; and Prof. Albert Schweitzer, Alsatian medical philosopher tamed for his missionary, work n Africa. The award, worth $33,000, wil be -presented in Oslo December 10, birthday of Dr. Alfred Nobel Swedish inventor of dynamite whose will provided- the money the award. All the rivers of the lower Po valley in Italy ar.: diked. 'Tijuana and Mexican' are 'in Mexico's Lowef California. cr · 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 WEEK-END SPECIALS 98e MEN'S TIES _ 27c Ont Croup, 31 Only. Aiiorttd Patierni. lOc MEN'S WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS 7c Sin 17x17. \ $2.98 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $1.77 Anerid Patterns. Sim Small, Mtdium, and llerga. $2.98 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $2.47 Barn Danct Plaidi, All Sim. $1.59 BOYS' BLUE JEANS . $1.37 $1.39 CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS $1.17 All Sill, Colon Gray and Blue. $1.79 KNIT SLIP $1.47 39e BRIEFS 27c Band and Elaitic Lag. $3.24 LADIES' SLIPPER SOCKS 47c $2.98 BED JACKETS $1.47 $3.98 RAYON GOWNS AND PAJAMAS $1.47 $1.98 COTTON SLIPS $1.29 NYLON HOSE Cutbacks Not To Be Too Bad, Mr. Truman Insists NOITHWm_A«KANIAi IIMB. Fay.tt.vlRt, ArkaiM*. .,, »doy, March *. 1MJ __9 77e 77e 47e 37e $1.77 -I 7c $3.97 $3.97 $3.97 47e S«Tic« Wiight nd Shterl. 60 Gaugt, 15 Denitr. 51 Gaujt, 70 Denier. 98c CORDED TAFFETA Aitorltd Palltrni, 41 Inchw Wide. 53e PILLOW CASES Tnaiun Chtfl Qualify, Typi 140. Sii« 4Jx3B. $1.99 LONGWEAR SHEETS TTP« 128, Slit (1x99. lOc CANNON DISH CLOTHS Sll. 17x11. $4.98 CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Twin Bed Sim, All Colon. $5.98 JACQUARED BEDSPREADS Full Sim, Color Blut. . $9.98 CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Full Sii». Slightly ItrtguUr. $1.49 MEN'S T-SHIRTS Celor Wh!l«, All Sixi. $1.98 GIRLS' BLUE JEANS Sim 7-14. 29c TRAINING PANTS Colort Whitt and Psslcli. Sim IT 39e BOYS' SPEED SHORTS Sim I-ll. 49e BOYS T-SHIRTS Coin Whitt, Siiei 10-14. $2.98 LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOUSESHOES Aunlcd Sin. Typ«i and Colon. $1.85 BICYCLE TIRES Sin 28x2.115 In. $2.39 LUNCH KITS Pint Sit.. $1.00 WILLOW CLOTHES BASKETS $2.32 KITCHEN CLOCKS Crtor Whirl, Sit* 7x7 $23.50 AUTOMATIC TABLE COOKER $16.97 lOc CLOTHES PINS 6cvir doz. ·wlnt TTP». W.95 ELECTRIC IRONS $5.47 2.19 IRONING BOARD PAD AND COVER 1.77 $15.45 PRESSURE SAUCE PAN {10.97 $52.95 LADIES' LAWSON LOUNGE CHAIR $3481 Dwin Co»rt4. I fltd, 1 Tavpt. Washlngton-(/P)-PrcsiUent Tru-» man said today the defense pro gram will cause cutbacks ii things people can buy, but on thi whole Americans will be far bet tcr off than during World War II He told Congress in his message urging approval of the Mutua Security Program: . "Even with the immense diver sion to security purposes, pro duction should be high enough by the beginning of 1953, to per mil total civilian consumptioi and capital Investment at leas 50 per cent higher than during World War II. ·There will certainly be cut acks in some things. Yet, even £ automobile production shoult drop to around four million unit his year, it must be remembered hat this is only slighlly les; ban the average production 948 and 1949. "If housing should dip below ne million units, it must be re- lembered that we have succeed- d in producing more than one million units per year in only nree years of our history. "And as we expand our output f vital materials such as steel nd aluminum, we can again in- ·ease the output of civilian ems. "All in all, our present secur- y expenditures are c' 1 e a rl y ithin our economic capacity, nd as our basic productive Irength continues to, increase in le years ahead, we should be ble to carry more easily the ubstantial security costs which ay continue to be necessary." Mother Hangs Three Children, Kills Self Roslyn ·-. Heights, N. Y.-OT-A Long Island mother hanged her three small children with their cowboy belts yesterday and then took her own life the same way. . "Neighbors found the children hanging from the bed posts in their downstairs bedroom. Upstairs, the mother had used another cowboy belt to take her own life. The victims were Mrs. Mary G. Klcm, .10; Frank, Jr., six; Richard, four, and Margaret, 13 months. ft The father, Frank J. Klem, a draftsman, was working in New York City when the tragedy oc- ·urred. Plans To Hire Associate Benfon County Agent Move Ahead As Fund Drive Opens PITTSBURGH HISTORIC WALL PAINT EGGSHELL FINISH Oil-Base Williamsbttrg Colors Jt/XACT matches of colors used in the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg arc now reproduced in Pittsburgh Historic Wall Paint for ) ; ou to use in your home.-Twelve colors. Cemt In for "Color Dynamic, for tin Horn." booklet. I PITTSBURGH PAINTS We Give SH Green Stamps JOHNSON'S - -- MIRRORS -- GLASS N - Block Phone 806 net as dairy specialist. · County Aitrnt Herbert Russel said that he knows'of no county In Arkansas which maintains an associate agent' In thin capacity. However, he cited two other states--Missouri and California-which have carried out this pro- itram with considerable IUCCCM, liussel citcrl the fact t h a t Benton -County lcnd««lhc stale in dairy production. Currently there are 1,028 f a r m s in the county der i v i n g ihclr principal source of Inr.nmo from this Industry. The Chambers of Commerce In fJcntnnvllle, nattf.rs, and Slloam j Springs are conducting a pub scriptlon move. If the plan ma- tcrinlizcs the man choncrt to supervise county dairy jirojrnms will h a v e - h i s salary paid partly by the U n i v e r s i t y College "f AR- riculiure and partly by local funds. . funds are being raised !by banks, chambers of commerce. i milk processing plants. f»rm organizations, and coop* In · tilt ! county, I A six-man commlttet has been . named tp direct the project, j Members are Bruce'Wllllann and '[Fred Chase of Bentonville, Dor, ! Hoyt anrl Ed Perry of Rogers, i R t i f u j - B r o w n nl Siloarn Springs, l a n d Gene Deason. W were used for military ! purposes by all ihe major nalloni involved InHVorld War II. ', . In lh« TIMES--It part. YOU CANT FOOL A CHOCOLATE CAKE! -**. richer, mow moirt.no hn Y other-hortenln. Marriages · Bentonville - (Special) - Fifty- hree, licenses to marry were issued in Bcnton County last week, and 63 were issued the first -three vorking days in March. Marriages of Northwest Ark- msas couples who bought licenses lere: _ James T. Barnes of Siloam Springs and Marjrnrette Hay of Jentry were married February 6, by the Justice of the Peace 1. M. Baker. Don Adams and Mae L. Owen, oth of Rogers, were married Mnfch 1, by the Hcv. Rel Gray. Virgil C. Kirk of Rogers niirt 'era I.awson of Bentonville were larried February 29, by the Rev. ames A. WorJ. James Gerald Clark and Bevrly Anne Ballnrd, both of Rogrs, were married March J, by ustice of the Peace Harry M. ratt. Wilber King and Irmadeen Hubard, both of Rogers, were niar- ed February 25, by Justice of he Peace Hubert Musteen. Willis D. Adkins and Rcssie nes, both of Gentry, were mar- ed March 2, by the Rev Olen Cole. William Wright of West Fork nd Belilah Rice of Prairie Grove ere married February 28 by ounty Judge W. H. Enficld. Ervin Gailcy of Gentry and onnie W a l d r o n of S il 6 a m prings were married March 1 the Rev. J. S. Hcnsley. There are nearly five million besmen In Uganda, Africa. Stuffed Olives 2Bottles 35 C Bakery Feature Golden ^ Orange Cake Special 59c Luscious golden batter with all the tantalizing flavor of the' whole orange baksrl right in it ... topped off with real butter cream icing blended with the tree-ripened goodness of California Valencia Oranges. Lenten Special! Fresh Rainbow TROUT Friday Only Each 49c Caught Early Friday A.M. To Assure Freshness Winesap Apples Each 1c ;; Just the Right Size for Eating v; Spring RADISHES GREEN ONIONS IN OfTROrr, Mrs. Bcrenlece Baldwin, 49-year-old grandmother, testifies on.Red ictlvltlei In Ihe t«tc of Michigan. An undercover worker for the FBI for nlnt yean, she told a Congreislonnl committee InvMllgatlni Communlil activities that the Redi midt Important Inroidi Into th« itudcnl bodies at Ihe Unlvcrtltlei of Mich- Ifin and «*yne. 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