Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 29, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1952
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by Miss Tanta Lizcr At camp or for a vacation at home, summer is the time for children . . . and for those play days juSt ahead they sure to need play clothes that will s t a n d lots of wear and be easy lo care for. At Paarl Lee' | we i by many school systems to their art departments and has found interest also in recreational and adult activity groups. It is easy and simple to add clistincion and individuality lo some interiors and personal accessories through textile painting. If you arc interested in learning more of this fascinating art visit Cook'i faint mnd Varniih tomorrow between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mrs. Etta Pennington, Bcntonville, who las had many years experience in textile painting, will have a dis- lay of her work and will answer questions concerning the fundamentals of painting. She is being sponsored by the Creative Arts Committee of the American. Association of University Women. Classes will be Held next week at happened .to sec the nicest tel lion of shorts and shirts, beet ingly styled for small girls and pre-teens. In dcnirn with zipper back and adjustable waist band and in colors of pink, blue, mint and maize with sweet little sunhats to match. The shorts come in sizes 3 In 6x and are priced at $1.98. The hats, 51.25 . . . Also gabardine shorts in red, white, maize, royal blue, brown and navy in 7 to 14 sizes, at S2.50. To go with these knitted sailor sleeveless shirts by Sacony in colors to match the shorts. Always if you v.-ant quality, exclusive designs and easy to care for clothing for your children shop Children: Wear. Pearl Lee'j Wailing is fun especially if you do the Civic Club Rooms and all Ihosc interested may attend. Cook'i Paint has the complete line of colors, brushes and sots for textile painting available now. Pep To Test Gonzoles In Comeback Try Tampa, Fla.-Wl-Fonner .featherweight champion Willie Pep opens a comeback campaign here tonight against hustling young Santiago Gonzalcs of Mexico City. Gonzales has won GO of his 65 fights, most of them in Mexico, but hasn't met anybody near the class of Pep. The scheduled 10-round bout why i now there .single reason you shouldn't . . . T h e g o r g e o u s clothes designed for maternity wear arc as stylish, as any dress for any other occasion . . . what's more, you ran now get maternity supports especially designed for your purpose by the leading corset manufacturers of the day. For instance, Campbell-Bell Corset Department carries maternity supports, garter belts and nursing bras by Warner and Cam]). The garter belts art fashioned for comfort. These ccime in small, medium and large tizcs at $1.50., The nursing bras arc complete 'wtih rubberized shields and double adjustable strap. These are $2.50. Also al Campbell-Bell'! . . . strapless bras for those summer formals and sundresses. All nationally advertised brands in cotton, nylon or rayon satin. Start with THE RIGHT FOUNDATION to always be the best groomed. should Rive an idea how Jar the Pep of today is from the old t in good style and j p u wi]1 bo his fjl . st bout s j ncc '""'" " ""' he lost a title shot to champion Sandy Saddler last September. Arnall Says Economic Controls Still Needed Washinglon-M'i-Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnall testified today that if Congress lets Hie economic con- Irols law die June 30 the cost-of- living will zoom to record levels. Even with controls, Arnall said, "v.-e shall be doing very well if ,,.no ,,., ,, _ , , .vc can.avoid a new peak in con- garter belts are all clastic and I sumcr prices during the next six " ' ' - · -or n i n c months." Without controls, he warned, there would be another wave of scare buying and speculative inflation such as followed the Korean outbreak. FEDERAU.AWYER-- CONTINUED FROM PAGE '!.\(. GOP members prcssctl for a show- do\vn on the proposals. Steel firms brought the court case seeking an injunction for remarked t u r n of Iheir property. Truman . _ - . . _ -, placed the mills under government control April 8 when CIO steelworkers threatened a nationwide strike. The issues before Judge P i n e were whether the steel companies Sunday t h e beginning of National B a b y Week . . . the week especially set aside for the youngest members of the f a m - ily . . . a t the s t o n S t o r e |;here is a department especially designed a n d s t o c k e d ,, lo THE BABY. iie're you can find everything your .baby needs . . . perfect shower gifts for those lucky ones expecting . . . and "grown up clothes for Ihe toddler. May we suggest you shop the Boston Store whenever you need something for Ihe baby . . . you are sure to find just what you w a n t . . . for which ex- tin is week. Mrs. ample, or. displa . . Day's Ideal Baby Shoes, perfectly lovely little shoes in kid or pique in white, yellow, blue, pink. For lire kid 52.50, the pique S1.75 in .sizes 0-1-2. You can get hose lo match. Soft, cuddly Nylon sweater seU . . . perfect for gifts in blue, pink and yellow. Three pieces . . . and ·6 month Sacqucs made of fine combed yarn in buttercup, . and mint. Oil, and lest we forget, they do have hand crocheted bootees and bibs. In the past few years the art of textile painting has been added Massachusetts Primary May Bring Record Vote Boston-OT-Iri spite of cold, cloudy weather, a rccord-smash- ig vole appeared to be building up- today in the Massachusetts primary, which could put Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower on almost even terms with Sen. Robert A. Taft in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. Eisenhower is favored to win a majority of the 28 GOP convention delegates and to top Taft in the popular vote. Ml. Washington, a Berkshire County lown first to report, gave Eisenhower 11'"write-in" votes lo four for Taft. On the Democratic side, Sen. Estcs Kcfauver received the only vote cast in the town. | Boston Armored Cars Now Move In Convoy Bo?lon-(/P)- A u t o m o b i l e s c q u i ' / i d with sub-machine guns and snotguns today began convoying armored trucks handling large New England money shipments in what was described as an attempt to forestall any further big-money robberies. The system of convoying guards was put into effect bv armored Iruck services and the Federal Re- srcrve Bank of Boston. It is a result of the 5681,000 armored car robbery In Danvers a few weeks ago and the $1,219,000 robbery of Brink's Headquarters two years ago. . Amount Of Foreign Aid Reduced By Committee Washington--A Senate committee yesterday whacked an even billion dollars off the S7.900.- 000,000 foreign .aid bill, and a Republican leader predicted today a strong floor move would be made for further reductions. the Foreign Relations Committee voted 8-3 to reduce the bill lo 56,900,000,000--a 12.66 per cent slash to be distributed evenly jiniong all items. Senator Bridges (R-NH'. the minority leader, said a floor e f f o r t will be made to trim further to $6,000,000,000. Vote Asainsl Cut Litllc Rock-(/P)-Monette Schuol District voters had n chance to cut their taxes recently, and didn't take it. Electors in Ihe district voted in the March school elections against a proposed rc- .luction of Ihe school millage rate from 43 to 40 mills. Walt Maboncy, Brandeis University baseball coach, also is a scout for the Philadelphia Phillies. NUNAN HAD $161,609 'UNREPORTED' Obituary Miss Sarah Elizabtth Curry Miss S;.nili Elizabeth Curry, 78, of Norlb School Street, died yesterday morning at 11:15 o'clock in (he County Hospital. She was born at Hamburg, Ark., and had been a resident of Kayetteville for GO year:;. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Merle Melton, Faycttcville, and one brother, Robert E. Curry uf Fresno, Calif. Funeral services will be conduced tomorrow at 5 p. in. In Moore's Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery. | Charles Ui Van Horn Funeral services for Charles U. Van Horn, BO, Prairie Grove, were to be held thir. atlcrmon a! 4 o'clock in the rhiipel of Nelson's Funeral Home by the Rev. Jo'm Stevens. Burial was (o be in the Farmlnston cemetery. Milvln Jam** Thomoson R o g e r s , A r k . -(Special)- F u - neral services for Mclvin James Thompson, 32, farmer of north of Rogers, were held this aflcrnncn at Ihe Church of Christ, of which he was a member. M e l v i n Vaughan, minister of the church, conducted the service. Burial, directed by Burns Funeral Home, was In the Rogers cemetery. Mr. Thompson dir-d Saturday aftcrnnon in the Rogers Mnmoriiil Hospital fallow ing »n extended illness. He was born at I.awlcr. low*. Me had lived in the P!ea=:nit Hill community t'nc lusi nine years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. I,orcne Declz Thompson; four children, Marie, S»rah MM, Sh*r- ron Kay, and Melvin Jr., all ot Iht home; his parents, Nfr. »nd MB. Fred Thompson; two brothtrt, Don Thompson, lri"Jip«n, iM Richard Thompson of Alp*, low«; and a sister, Mrs. Paul V»a Buren, ' Faycttc, Iowa. '. ... ^ ! ' · i» !H«p, Mld'F. Murray ' · '?\ ', W;ishinBton-W)-Rep. ReJd T. 1 Murray (M-WIM died today in ! BetliniK'n Naval Hospital. He vitt \ (14. He was serving his seventh I term in the House as a representative of Wisconsin's. Seventh Dfs* I trict. Murray entered the hospital I April 18. ! Used ojr thousand! In r«dudat | jicu-- Junge's Roman Meal bnad. , Advertise In the TIMES--" INTERNAL REVENUE AGENTS (above) Anilrrs bal- dana t l c f t l and William B. Carncs are shown us they testified before the House ways and means committee in Washington that Joseph D. Nuiian (ri'ht) former Internal Revenue commissioner, hail Income of S161.609 between 10-15 and 1950 which he did not report. Nunan has refused to appear before the committee on grounds that he Is ill. The agents said more than $90.000 of Ihe income was- received between 1014 and 1947, when Nunan was the nation', chief tax collector. : J»i°TMaMoiiiW Delegate Switches To General Eisenhower Little Ilock-(/P)-An Arkansas delegate lo the Republican National Convention who wants a , presidential candidate who can win says he's twitched his support from Sen. Jtobert A. Taft to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. F. A- Teague of Bcrryvillc said yesterday that "I'm for the man who can be elected if nominated, and right now 1 think that man's General Eisenhower." Toagucs' decision cuts Tafl supporters in Arkansas' 1 3 - m a n delegation from eight to seven, and increased Elsenhower's lo three. The l l t h dulegalc has refused tc slate his preference. All 11 are uninstruclr-d. Kohcson Barred San Francisco-l/1')-Paul Robeson, Negro singer and admirer of Russia, is barred from giving a concert in San Francisco's Wai Memorial Opera House because o. his polilks. Ilirohito Has Birthday Tokyo - f/l'i - Emperor Hirnhitn observed his 51: t biilhd;iy q u i e t l y today. Bemuse the imperial family is in mourn in?: for Iho lain Empress Dowager, no o f f i c i a l uvent marked Ihe anniversary. Ilracls State Jewelers Lillle l(ock-(/?)-David Kclicr 'if Little Rock has been elected president of Ihe Arkansas Retail Jewelers Association. lllu«t»l.ll; 6-l»MMBI»r 1U1»I Co«.romrKif( V-» Woof t«'l»» were right in their contention that Truman lacked legal authority to seize their plants, or whether the president was right in claiming botli the power and duly for his action. GENERAL CLARK-CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONF. of the House Armed Services Committee, commented that Clark was more f a m i l i a r with European conditions and Ridgway with Far Eastern affairs "so they shift them just the opposite way." Representative Vorys (R-Ohio) and Rep. Smilh (R-Wis) voiced similar criticisms. Chairman Richards (D-SC) of Ihe House Foreign Affairs Committee, said that while he was "partial lo Grucnthcr" he thinks Ridgway "is a great man for Europe as he has been in the Pacific.'o' Eisenhower said, "Things will be in good hands--we could not do better." % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland Bret. Locker Plnnl · Verbenas, Poiunlni. Scarlet Sago and Many Other Flowering Planli · Tomalo, Pepper and Egg Plants · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Scedi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phone 320 33 N. Block: '52 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER V-8 Advanced-design V-8 engine sparklet with 120-h. p. performance! Thriftiett 8 of any type in America, as proved by thousands of owners! $ 2191 69 '52 STUDEBAKER . CHAMPION Out ol.Am«rko'i * prk« larg«ll »lling carl Delivtrwl in Faytftavilt* wild t Stall ni leal Mm, If ·*}, ·**· Me. moy vary ill«KHy In nlltai diM lo 4lHir«ic« I chorgti-mb|«tl K *on|« wHw* WESTER MOTOR COMPANY 441 WEST DICKSON FAYETTEVIllE, ARK. Advertise In ttin TIMES--It TAKE IT! GRUEN A U T O W I N D f: WHEN /-.ACCURACY m.$-S COUNTS I ·' Strong! Dependable! Smoothly, surely, Gruen Autowind, winds itself with every movement of your wrist. Just «ct it and forget M1 · SILF-WINDINO « WATII-lEFtlLINT · SHOCK-RESISTANT · ANTI-MAONITIC · LUMINOUS DIAL tn oar olhtr hand»ome Autowind models. Sunday, May 4th, Is Straw Hat Day . .You'll want yours to be a DOBBS · Panamas ·Panaires Panatwists -- Milans Airmeshes Regular Sizes -- Long Ovals, too! K -f $050 0 E A S Y C R E D I T UP TO A YEAR TO PAY $ 1 5 0 1^ No Inhirtir No Carrying Charge There's a right hat for you among our collection ol Dobbs Straws. Your style, your shape and your weave is here. Panamas, Milans' and Meshes in a nice · osr.ortmenl of styles and qualities. Styled- lo-thc-minute, there's one for v/ork, one for play and one for dress. You'll find them all. Regular sizes and long ovals, also. Come in tomorrow and make your selection . . . and gel a full season's wear. Wear ,1 hat -- It's as healthy as it's handsome CAMPBELL-BELL MEN'S STORE

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