Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 22, 1952 · Page 5
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April 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MUIMWEST AIKANSAS TIMB, fe.ytH.-v.fc, ArfwM*, TiMitfay, April M, Itfl British Television Appeal Greater For Less Educated London-W)-Television's greatest appeal to the. Jess educated elements in Britain, according to a lurvey released here. The British Broadcasting Company's audience research department made the survey of . 3,000 ·families and 1,454 other viewers. R U P T U R E SHIELD EXPERT HERE H. M. SHEVNAN, widely known i *xpert of Chicago, will personally be at the Goldman -Hotel, Fort Smith, Sunday and Monday only, April 27 29. from 9 A.M to 4 P.M. Mr. Shevnan says: The Zoctlc Shield Is a tremendous impiovemeni over all former methods, effecting immediate results. 'It will not only hold the t rupture perfectly no matter, the ilze or location but it will increase the · circulation, strengthen the weakened ·parts, and thereby close the opening -in ten days "on the Average' case, re- fardlesi of heavy lifting, straining or any position the' body may assume A nationally known scientific method. No under straps or cumbersome arrangements ' and absolutely no medicines or medical treatments. . Mr. Shernan ?riH be glad to demonstrate without charge. 1503 N. Artesian Are., Chicago 45 Large incisional hernia or rupture following surgical operation especially solicited. The researchers came up with these findings: "The greater the income or the higher'the standard of education, the less time people spend watching TV." That's not all: . "Given two families with differing levels of education, but roughly the same amount . of money coming in,. the odds are that it will be the family whose educational standard is the lower which will acquire a TV set first." .As late as 1947 television was largely the privilege of the better- off in Britain. By the end of 1950, 50 per cent of all' television owners were persons earning less than eight pounds ($22.40) a.week. The survey showed seven out of 10 of the adults who spent the most time viewing their TV sets wore persons who left school at the age of 14 or 15. : The research group said that TV had these effects on viewers: 1. Forty per cent of the viewers did more .ontertainins. About 20 per cent cut down visits to friends. 2. Sixty-three per cent went less to movies.- 3. Forty-three per cent read less than before. 4. Thirty, per cent cut down their time on hobbies. ' 5. Fifty 'per cent played fewer .indoor games. 6. 'Ninety, per cent listened less to radio. DOROTHY DIX -- rONTINUED I-HOM PAGE FOUR they need never apologize. Their business associates would be i more shocked it they knew wh went on in your punny mind tha they ever/would by a lapse your father-in-law's grammar. If you were a woman of an character; you would proudly ex plain, upon hearing your jn-law criticized, that though they them selves lacked the advantage even an elementary educatio they nevertheless managed to pi three children through college- not a mean feat, J assure you. Acquire a little charity, learn t love and. admire people for wh; they are--not for how they spea] Few of us use 'flawless gramma in fact, among some groups it almost a .cult.-to employ poo speech as a form of so-called vivi expression.' Your parents r in-la may be ignorant of grammatic forms, but they are very wise the ways of 'bringing up childre and of human relationships. Don't worry so much about the: visiting. Be glad they feel we come in your home, and mak them feel that they ire honored guests. Perhaps constant association with your own good speech may automatically bring about an improvement in theirs. In the meantime, this is really a very trivial fault to find with people who are otherwise fine and good. Overlook it! Repeating a Sell-Out WORLD FAMOUS CHAMPIONS TRADE TODAY..GET ALL THESE EXTRA VALUE FEATURES AT THIS LOW PRICE · MORE NON-SKID SAFETY... Wider, Flatter Tread with Thousands of Sharp-Edged Angles Gives Greater Protection Against Skidding. · GREATER BLOWOUT PROTECTION . . . New Exclusive Super Gum- Dipping Eliminates Internal Heat. · LOWER COST PER MILE . . . Plus- Mileage Tread Rubber Wears and Wears. EXCHANGE PLUS TAX SIZE 6.00-16 OTHER SIZES EQUALLY LOW STORES 101 N. COLLEGE PHONE 231 Municipal League To Consider Home Rule .North Little Rock-(fl')-The Ar kansas Municipal League's Com mittee on Municipal Finances 1 to consider home rule for Arkan sas cities at a meeting here Fri Mayor Ross Lawhon, committee member,-said- he is heartily in favor o£ League sponsorship of a home rule amendment to the state constitution, He said that'dtizens shculd be given the opportunity to govern themselves "without haying to go to the state legislature for everything." Other city officials expected to attend 'the meeting are Mayor Harold'Falls of Wynne, City Attorney Ulys Level! of Springdalc Govan Burke of Marisnna, Emmett Jackson o£ Hot Springs, C. R. Ray of Texarkana, Paul Byrd of West Memphis, Mayor George Steed of Pine Bluff, Mayor Harney Chaney of Batesville, Mayor Jack Pace of Fort Smith and John Mosby of Lepanto. Mother Of Year Named Little Rock -(If}- A r k a n s a s' 'mother of the year" for 1952 is Mrs. Alice Harris Bramef Walker ! Forrest City, who has eight :hildren and 18 grandchildren. ··*, ·(· wlik UN mow tatt. Motorists' dollars go farther when pavements are CONCRETE E DOLLARS you pay JL in .gas taxes and license fees go farther when they are invested in concrete pavement. Concrete usually costs less to build than other pavement of equal A$k your offithls to specify CMcrete povemwif PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION tie 'elli IMf., MemiMi I, Ten. A notional erf enherien to Inpren onj eitond Hw MM of pofllonj «Mnt and concrete . . . tiircwtn KtaitXIc rtltardl and enfineeHnfl told wwfc load-carrying ctptcity. It serves longer and with lets maintenance expense. Concrete stretches motorists' gas and tire mileage, reduces wear and tear on cars and drivers. "I'm a fellow Who likes His Own Garden* "In nice weather, I like to fool arounTht the garden . . . in winter, you'll find me in tht basement. 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