Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 9, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 9, 1952
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·MTMWfST ARKANSAS TIMIS, tayMm**, Mmmm, WUniifry. A-fU ·; IW1 Remind Named GOP Convention Republicans Of Fifth District Meet At Conway Conway, Ark.-yP)-Flfth district Republicans yesterday named Little Rock Mayor Pratt Remmel as delegate, and John L. Hibbler, Little Rock Negro attorney, as alternate. Although both will go uninstructed, Hibbler said he leans toward Taft, but he will "go along v/ilh the party." nemmel, not present at the Conway meeting, has said lie favors MacArthur, STOMACH GAS Can Rob You OF SLEEP Some people are In misery with gtomach gas so bad they can t sleep. Others can hardly ev»n BREATHE right, due to gas, jnd have to prop themselves up in bed with pillows so they can breathe easier. The New Medicine, CERTA- VIN, is now Bringing real relief to many gas victims here in Fay- ettevillc. It acts to relieve, file Eras caused by food laying; UNdijested in the fiomach. CERTA-VIN also supplies vitamin B-l when needed to help prevent indisestion miseries from coming: back. That's how This New Medicine nets at a REAL CAUSE of gas and indigestion because it helps AVOID a RE- Tt'RN of the suffering. Many have waited years for a medicine like this, because it (rives Real L A S T I N G Relief (when taken as directed) and it supplies Iron, loo, when your system needs this important mineral. Certa-Vin does even more! It will enrich the blood (increase red blood corpuscles to overcome that tired, worn-out feeling. So don't go on suffering! If you swell with gas or feel weak and rundown, due to the above conditions. Bet CERTA-VIN --Fayetteville Drue; Store. Large Bottle $1.65. likes Taft, and might even vote for Eisenhower. The other delegate already named to the convention goes un- inslructed but has sa;d he was * Taft sympathizer. On the Eisenhower-for-Ptesi- dent side of the fence, Emerick Hollowell of North Little Hock, said an active campaign was not staged at-yesterday's meeting because this "is not the time to make people mad." He said people already are turning toward Eisenhower and as long as the delegates were uninstructed, his group was satisfied. In other action the convention nominated Lonzo A. Ross, a Conway attorney, as a candidate for U. S. representative from the fifth district. So far, only the incumbent Rep. Brooks Hays--has filed for Democratic nomination from the district. Elkins Schools To Close Early; Seniors Plan Trip Elkins - (Special) - The Elkins schools will close April 21, ending a term shortened by 30 days from the normal nine months. Twenty- seven seniors, the largest high school graduating class in the school's history, will receive diplomas. The annual junior-senior banquet v/ill be held Friday at the school cafeteria, with John "Red" Davis as speaker. The naccn- Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. ALSO We Have Old and New Philco Refrigerators and Freezers Clifton Lumber Co. Phone 27. West Fork, Ark. She's A Winner Mrs. Claude Sullivan of Fayetfeville receives a Renrus watch from P.-H. Scott, district sales manager of General Foods Corporation. She was judged one of the Winners in a national contest telling "WHv i Like Jello." The sales manager came to Fayclteville from Oklahoma Ciity to present the watch. (Puska TIMESFOTO). aureate sermon will be delivered | Sunday evening at the school uditorium by the Rev. Arnold Simpson, pastor of Wiggins Memorial Church of Fayctteville. Circuit Judge Maupin Cumnings of Fayettcville will be the jrincipal speaker. at commencement exercises Thursday, April 17, at the school auditorium. Following commencement, graduating 'seniors and their class sponsors plan a trip to New Orean Ad.ertise in the TIMES--It rajs. nith *V- HBSLVENT All-Aluminum A W N I N G S " They ttvy vp all ytar , . ) awaiug evcrl Teathrrproafond Err t*» -Beautiful Colors. Ask For Detail*. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO.! It Willl»mi PH. mi Atttf I f. m. I Steel Strike To Be Costly New York-(P)-Thc steel wage dispute will cost the nation nearly 1,000,000 tons of steel this week even if production is resumed before the week is out, Iron Age estimated today. Prior to the strike preparations this week, the industry had been turning out more than 2,000,000 tons a week. The metal working trade weekly predicted that the dispute eventually w o u l d be settled on the basis of a wage increase of about 15 cents an iiour, plus five to seven cents in fringe benefits. The Wage Stabilization Board had recommended an increase of IT 1 ,? cents and the union had accepted. "There will be no giving in on the union shop by steel firms," the publication predicted. "If Mr. Murray gels a good economic package he may eventually give up--for the time being--the union shop." Advertise In the TIMES--It |aye ·· ^ s^sV^ Now, gef My NEW 123 50.000 Miles No Wear'' Service! /I Here's My Famous "50,000 Miles-- No Wear" Service! I'll Drain Out Grit and Sludge While The Engine Is Hot! "Hot-oil" drains every 1,000 miles flush out dirt, ncid and contamination before they can do harm, leave the working parts of the engine sparkling clean! W I'll Recondition All Air and Oil Filters! I clean filler elements... replace worn-out cartridges. ..and record the mileage. Icheck mileage every time hood is lifted, to make sure these important filters are pro- t e c t i n g your e n g i n e against dust and grit. We Conoco Mileage Merchants are now trained and ready to give your car exactly the same service that helped keep test engines now in the spectacular "50,000 Miles--No Wear" rond test! In that famous test, six brand-new cars were ench ·f driven 50,000 killing miles, to prove the wear-fighting ability of Conoco Seiner Motor Oil. 'I'h^nks to Conoco's 3-point "50,000 Miles--No Wear Service, those engines showed no wear of any consequence, in fact, an average of less than one one- thousandth inch on cylinders and crankshafts. Gasoline mileage lor the last 5,000 miles was actually 99.77% as good as for the first 5,000! t,r N °"^°" can get Con °co's great "50,000 Miles--No V4 c-ar bervice to help your engine last longer, perform better, use less gasoline and oil! vJl'll Fill the Crankcas* With Conoco Super Motor OH! Conoco SUsi is fortified with additives that curb the dangerous nccumulntion of dirt and contamination-protect metnl surfaces from corrosive combustion ncids --fight runt--and Oll^Pi.ATK fl film of lubricant right to metal surfaces. Ail for my ffiff BOOKttT "CROSS-TOWN or CROSS-COUNTRY* --The Best Service to Prelect Your Engine! 01952 CONTINENTAL Oil COMPANY 1-2-3 Service Available At F. 0. "BUD" PAGE CONOCO SERVICE STATION College At Center GLEN LUDWICK CONOCO STATION Dickton At Locuit Best in Lubrication BILL FRANKS CONOCO STATION Mill St. At Huntsville Rd. Motor and Chassis Steam Cleaning British Speeiilbf With Arab Legion k Killed tlon will hold an Raster c»ko tale Friday. The Rev. Jake Drake of Fay- etlcvilU', the Rev. Tale Lane of Kingston, and the Rev. Frank Laff A ,, i A IID, f i o °' Mulberry spoke at Sunday serv- Amman, Jordan - UP) - Col. R. | ces at the Baptist Church. Six Palmer, a British military special- new members were added to the 1st with the Arab Legion, was shot | congregation. , to death in his bed last night. A | Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. British spokesman said Palmer! Otto Drake were Mr. and Mrs. apparently was the victim of a ] Chester House of Harrison, Mr. burglar. Buckuer Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taff of Mulberry were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe FriU, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fcrrcll of Baldwin have purchased the property formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Dick Copenhavcr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell and sons have moved from Ire and Mrs. Paul Mutton and daughter of Wichita. Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Earls and daughter!, all of Buckner. Miss Margaret I.edford of Elklnj was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robhins. Mr. and Mrs. Rome McElhancv of Huntsville. and J. B. Elzle of Greenland were Sunday guests of Olen Elzie. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Couch, Mrs. Doris Keller, Mrs. Elizabeth Trammel and Mrs. Edith Cnuch were guests of Miss Anice Frills Norman Ferguson property to thcl. ..... ,,.. ., ., ,,,,, new home on Highway 16 west, and Miss Mary Frills of Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brooks and Sunday. children, Nancy and Rhad, o f : Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starr and Rogers, were Sunday guests of daughters of Faycttrvlllc were Mrs. Eula Osborne. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Willie Logue of Wichita, Kan., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bon Drake. The Friendship Club was to meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Billy Drake. The Buckner Home Demonfitra- Miltmi Bnyd. Mr. and Mrs. Garland I.awson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Lnn'son of Tuttlc Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hawkins entertained at luncheon Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mayes and son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell and noni, «nd Mr. end Mr*. J. N, Hawkins of Fayettcville. Mrs. Kathryn Gibson «nd chit- dren, Barbara and Charles, of Wntwood, Calif., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Splllen Sunday. The Buckner 4-H Club met Tyssdsy night at 7:30 at the Com- munlty House. to tM TIMr*-lt Mr* Wlwl (rtr jtut; ·kta ImMe a»r be. Hnttmft*. f o r I k h i n g S K I N , Safe fee cMUrea, WONDER^) Md In rarelia*UI» fcr O»ak*r ' ftfckeita. and ruretlavlU* Prat t*ttt: «t raur beturtewa Hi|hl ; Flowers for Easter from Berry's · CORSAGES · POTTED PLANTS · BOUQUETS We Deliver Berry's Flowers 43 S. Gregg Phone 2933 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 OPEN SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL 8 P.M. SPARKLING EASTER FASHIONS LOW-PRICE EASTER TOPPERS All lully lined l Z . 7 0 Mint,'./«· See how little your Easter Topper cosh at Wardi.' All-wool suede-cloths and checks, beautifully styled, well-made. Over all your outfits, for ipring and summer, o Ward topper is important to your wardrobe. 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