Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 28, 1952
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iL *KJtTHWttt APitANSAS TIMii. Nv«*«v««. Ari.«n^ Mnndoy. April 28, 1952 ' ~ ^ * ~ ' | j_^_»^ i --^_!_'_ !'?!"=·=: T". . ,'," '." "-·· ··· · '""''· ·.!..,'---- | SAVE ON THESE FIRST-OF-THE-WEEK SPECIALS KRAFT'S SALAD OIL Pint Bottle Large WASHING POWDER FAB 19c Box MADISON SALAD DRESSING Qt.39c Hyde Park Fincy Cut GREEN BEANS lOc 103 Can WELCH'S GRAPE JELLY or Grapelade 16c"' 10-oz. MORREL'S PURE LARD 4 157c Northern Chum SALMON 39c Toll Can MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing HERSHEY'S COCOA TM25c Can STORE No. 2 .DICKSON Arkansas GOP Organization No Longer Closed Corporation second hitch and is a sergeant in the maintenance 1 department. A mysterious hole has appeared in the road just beyond the Hicks p'osl office. 11 just appeared there one clay and it seems In spread in all dircrlions, just ln-iii-iiiJi She surface of the road. Maybe that By LEON HATCH Little Rock -I/Pi- Ti-.e assertion oftm has been made t h a t the Republican party In Arkansas is n "closed corporation." i Perhaps fo. but ihere were un- i mislakahle sign* at the stale party ', convention here las! week t h a t it's going to be more open from how on. It wasn't as spectacular as some o( t h e other developments, bul nnlnl, Ihe most important Indica- j t l o n was a new tenure rule adopt|ed unanimously by the convention. I .This rule f i x e s an eight-year | limit or, the consecutive t e r m s - o f 1 state organization officeholders. J T h e bill was not made retroactive, One effect of the hill will be ,,, complete chmgc in A r k a n s a s personnel on the Republican Na- on Townscnd and Mrs. Rommel | road was h u i l t loo near a cave, seemed to be loosely tied up with j . The Bans children have a wig- an unsuccessful o f f o r l to n o m i n a t e ! , v a m t h a t they recently ordered, ticket of delegates at large to n has been erected on two d i f f c r - thc national convention which in- m! Files in the week they have i bar) it. It is real Indian stuff and I has the picture of an Indian chief. f i i r eluded nt least one srpportcr of the. nnmi-! Gen. Dwishl Eisenhower. A ticket pronnscrl by the n a t i n g committee and composed of i backers of Sen. Robert A. Taft practically everythinc that we deliver or pick up. So I probably won't gel a chance to do much talking along the route during that period. Keep op with tne timw-- re»d thr TIMBS dillT Lnes were not tishtly and for the incumbent c o m m i t t e e | k n n w Aether he will have to give members. Likewise, some dcle-i n ( ! r | nc "shots" or not. Consumers Market STORE No.l 1-1 ',1 ,siH seuAM ' . the n how ihe front. A mad dof( had j u r t been killed |,i1 Mrs. Litla Chandler's place when ] 1 1 col there Friday. It had first ap- I d r a w n , p car ed up at Dess and Oliver i Chandler's, where it attacked and bit one of Doss's cows. I don't ntcd r-kct gates voted against both. The convention demanded thai Ihe n a t i o n a l parly pay more attention to the South. Its platform decried the practice of "letting the South go Democratic by d e f a u l t every four years" and urged that nn active 'campaign for presidential electoral votes be waged in the The "Solid South." party again picked ,lcff i in; i'"' *-j ,,,,-... , Speck, Frenchman's Bayou planter and merchant, to he Its' candidate for governor. In 1950, Spwk polled a crcllilablc 50,000 votes aKainst Democratic Gov. Sid McMalh for a second term. R.F.D. Seven By JACK CARUSII tlOnnl 'Committee every j-cars.' National committccman Wallace Townsend of little Rock and Mrs. A. C. flemmcl of Little Rock, the national commilleewoman * have Ecrved since 1928. They survived the first attempt to unseat them since they were first elected at last week's convention. Stale Chairman Osro Cobh and tale Sccretarv A. L. Barber, both f Little Rock, also nre long-lime ffice holders. The First Congressional Dis rlcl convention nt .loncsboro, vhlch proposed Ihe lenurc rule nly the day before the two-day tnte convention opened here, said nc purpose of. il Was to assure ro- alion of party offices. The resolution adopted by. the islrlct convention commented] hat "for the past 50 years, more' r less," parly officialdom had ccn "centered mostly In one city nd county." '"^ -'"" *··-·"·- .. Defenders s a i d ' t h a t wasn't »" slugclsh. So at sevcral_nf mj mau nd recalled four years ago, when hey said the stal6 parly treasury was almost depleted to aid a Confessional candidate !n Northwest irkansas. The tenure ruli- and Ihe nltack Well, we did have a pretty werk- end. 1 don't see how weather like U l l L l . 1 L u l l , t. -"-" ,, this could be improved upon, bo -111 take back what 1 said last warm weather has and I \v week. And .. .. brought back the ants In full force. The. wasps have been aroitnd for a couple of weeks but the cool weather made them a bit. sh. So at several of my mail I am always ready to duck Mrs. Glen Reed, who wcnl to the hospital last week, wasn't very sick a f t e r a l l . They did make a bunch of X-rays, thoueh. Mrs. R. O. Kidd decided that there wasn't enough work around :hc farm, so she has started work at the County Hospital. I'll bet she is a pood worker, ton. II. seems like just about every Irce along the route has bloomed out. We have lots of color out there, most of which I can't i d e n t i f y . I do know t h n t is a very pretty bunch of dogwood t h a t is blooming in .(. R. Slanberry's yard. Irvin Gaisford of Arnett, Ark., had 200 baby chicks shipped to him last week. The only thing imini about Ihis is the fact that Ihere is no Arnett. Ark., any more ·and when there was. there never was anyone by t h a t n a m e around there. Poor little chicks. Anyone lost a largo, whitish three-legged dog', A dog of this description took uo at the Edwin Wilson place. I don't remembei o f f h a n d 'which lee was missing hut (here are probably not too m a n y doss of this dcsrriplion tha' are missing. Thursday b e g i n s ' t h e time lha Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups oxes, :hen 1 pull down the lid. Rcvcll Mice slopped me Ihe Iher day and said lhat he had noved to Elklns r u t l h a t he was oing to leave hi.-, m a i l bnx up ntll that f a m i l y of bluebirds had moved out, They haven't even latctfed yet. , Austin Reed's new Iraelor hasn't been working right; ir.ade. too much noise, so last week he rought it in and had It checked. A couple of the gears were a lil- le rough, and they think It will be all right when they wear down a I ittle. I saw several people cleaning up the Hazel Valley cemetery as 1 drove by Friday. They surely eep it looking nice. When Mrs. Jenny Brown came out to Ihe box to mail a package last Tuesday she was covered with paste. She had been papering some of her house in preparation. lor their big f a m i l y reunion t h a t is taking place on May 22. She I h i n k s all Ihe children will m a k e it this year--even the son in Washington who hasn't been home in several years. 1 notice l h a t the Hogcnsons either have a now boat out there, or else I hey have given the old one new coat of green paint. Ray F. iscwis has moved Jus family Into the old Larry Regan place. 1 haven't met them, but they have a large, nicely-erected mailbox up. so I am sure they must be nice folks. They .came from somewhere out West. nil rural carriers hate --the a n n u a May count. For 15 days we have to count, 'and keep a record EVERYTHING W NUMBING and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVE. Go To Seed AT Brown Bros. Whtre You Can G»t Frtih Quality S«ed Alto Baby Chicks Hatched Erery Tutiday and Friday WEST CENTER ST. FAYETTEVILLE '.-feiV 1 PLAN TO BUILD Set Our MaieriiL Gil Our PriM*. Try Our Strrict. DYKE LUMBER CO. 101 31. CharlM Tonite Tuesday * 7:30-9:31 And the .lewel Turner f a m i l y t h a t moved in from Hobbs. N. M., has the same family initial as my old friend, John Turner. It is "J. W." I hope that I will 'be able to distjnguiih their mall. 1 understand that Jewel Turner was a house mover out in New Mexico. Lee C u n n i n g h a m was very proud and h s p p y ' w h e n I saw him at the mailbox Wednesday. Their adopted' son. Albert Dement, was just home from Korea.. Albert is in the Air Force and specializes in keeping the planes fl.ving. He says that the Reds are shooting us up p r e t t y badly nt present and nearly every plane has to have n few holes patched up. Albert is on h i s 1 r.-^n- WHO F9XES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yean SMITH RADIO SHOP OZARK 1:00-3:10 5:15-7:25-9:35 DAVID MM tHIIMA WTTf« lour CAIHOUN U A R K 7:0° « 9:00 HIGHEST PAID SPY IN HISTORY!, lenity of any MttBtMlMM! PALACE ENDS "MOLLY" ·· TONITE -ARIZONA RAIDERS' STARTS TUESDAY COME TO EARLY BIRD SHOW 5:00-6:30--ENTIRE FAMILY 75c FmitufH At 1:0} · iilO · 4:9S lllS · tlOO · *:40 SAFEWAY OUR PRICING POLICY Safewoy will meet the lowe»t advertiied price of every competitor, item-by-item, doy-byday, town-by-town, quality and condition of merchandise contidered. Prices Effective Today Thru Thursday Town House Grapefruit ^^ llllAD Finest 46 oz I 7^ JUIVV Quality Ccn 1 | Carnation or ^_ ^_' Pet Milk 2 s 27° Charm, 125-Foot Roll Wax Paper R ^ 19 C Heinz or Gerber's neinz or ueroer a _ __ ^^ Baby Food 6 - 39' 69 C ror nne vuuRing ui «mi«» ^^ ^_ Wesson Oil a 25° For Quality Shortening Snowdrift For Fine Cooking or Salads 3-lb. Can Domino or Godehoux Cane Sugar 10-lb. Bag Armour's Star End Cuts f+t I I I U M I 9 ·»!%·! M I I W - ^ » TM « TM ^^^ ^^^ Slab Bacon 29c Rinso, Supersuds, Silverdust, White Magic Soap Flakes 21 C Bel-Air Fresh-Frozen Del-Air rresn-rruzen « Or'ngeJuice2 29 Gold Medal or Kitchen Craft Family Flour 49 Full-o-Gold From Quality Fruit Orange Juice 19 c 80 Count in Cello Silk Napkins *° 10 C Van-Zee Wisconsin Cheese Spr'ds 69' Armour's Banner Small Bacon Squ'res 21 C Long Green Tops, Fancy B'nch Turnips 12 C Crisp Home-Grown Red Rhubarb -15' SAFEWAY

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