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April 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MOETHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, FayaHivilli, Arkonsoi, Wednesday, April 30, 1952 TWIN RARITY IN ANIMAL WORLD FOLLOWING THEIR ARRIVAL In Los Ancclcs from Bangkok, Thailand, one-year-old twin elephants are pictured with Mrs. Kandee Mobley. Each is 42 inches high and weighs 350 pounds. Hunter Noel Rosefelt who imported the elephants said they are the only twin pachyderms recorded since 1898. They arc on their way to the Shriners' Circus. Spring Dresses * 875 »« $ 4995 $5-$10-$15-$20 Blouses S3 Skirts $5 Suits . $17.50 and $25 10 E. Center! ' Former Hitler Henchman Otic Slrasser, Exiled To Canada, Asks West German Court To Restore Lost Citizenship F r a n k f u r t , Germany -W 3 )- Dr. Otto Slrasser, the former henchman of Adolf Hitler who fieri the Reich for his HI* in 1933. is asking the West German Constitutional Court to give him back his German citizenship. An exile in Canada. Slrasser for six years has waged a stubborn fight to re-enter German politics. He complains t h a t West German authorities "do everything to prevent my return, k n o w i n g very well that in a few years time, we would be the strongest party in Germany." Strasser's extremist followers here call themselves the "League for Germany's Revival," He directs them by remote 'ontroi. Strasser's court action is based on Article 1J6 of the West German Constitution which says that former German n a t i o n a l s can be re- naturalized on request--if t h e y were deprived of citizenship during the Hitler regime on racial, religious or political grounds, A court ruling is expected in a short time. M e a n w h i l e the league is busy distributing circular letters from Chairman Slrasrer and Deputy Chairman Walriemar Wadsack, a grey-haired M u n i c h tax advisor. Wadsack, who became ft leader of Strasser's "Black" Front" after the split with Hitler, predicts Strasser will return to Germany soon. "The Nazis working in the Bonn Foreign O f f i c e fear Slrasser's knowledge about the Nazi p a r t y and, of course, they fear Strasser as a politician," Wadsack claims. Dreyfus Case? "This fight is the Dreyfus case of the 20th century." The league's policy is "strictly national," Wadsack admits, although "we rceognize the West German Constitution." Allied authorities in Bonn repeatedly have emphasised KLrasser is banned from Germany and are confident of keeping him out. But this may be d i f f i c u l t a f t e r conclusion of the Allied-German "peace contract." Documenting t h e i r distaste for Strasser, Allied o f f i c i a l s quote the j following passages from Strasser's postwar circular letters: "Even if five or 10 m i l l i o n Germans would be killed in a third world war, Germary's position would be strengthened because the number of Russians, Americans. French and roles killed would be far greater .. . . "If a war should break out, the Allies most probably would oxer! strong pressure upon the Germans. But we have to survive and . . . ! every menns by w h i c h you adapt i.vnurFclvrs in the A l l i e s is j u s t i f i e d | because it serves the rc-rstablish- | ment of a now Gcrn.in fteich. j VtVH speak R u s s i a n in the East l a n d English in the- West but our. j hearts w i l l always remain Gcr- ' man." Mineral Springs The R u r a l I m p r o v e m e n t Orgnn- izatinn has started a project In improve the appearance of mail boxes. Hubert Rurris, Huph R i c f f , and Lee Covey have pninted new posts and boxes fit UK j u n c t i o n of the Mineral Springs and county roads, A number of citizens have erected new pnsis. Mr. and Mrs. C l i f f Brinkworth have b u i l t t h e i r box into an ornament.·;! flower bed. The Home Demonstration Club will mncl Friday at 1 p. m. The Rev. Paymond fined of V.'pst Fork held religious services hvf. 1 Sunday niijlit in the absence of the Hev. Mr. Xnles. Aiu-ndanrc WHS :ll pr-rsnn?. About £ fin vns rr-jilr/on from Ihc pl;iy. "It's A liiv-it Life." pruscnl- rd by t h e GiTOni.'uut School. A " p i c t u r e show v:ill bo given Friday night in the c o m m u n i t y b u i l d i n g . A portion of the pro- ci'crtfi will he used in upkeep of Iho building. Mrs. I")yca Darling. Mrs. Sarah j M a l o n o , Mrs. Kllz.flbcth Wool son, Mrs. R u t h K i r b y and Mrs. H a r d n l a Paytnn ntlenrlpd the Counly Council of Home Demonstration Clubs in Springriale. Mr.' aiuj Mrs. A r v i n Lynns U.S. BEANS HEAD SOUTH OF BORDER Pinca City, Okla., visited relatives in this c o m m u n i t y . t Mrs. Rosle Brown and children and Harry H a l e of Wnnlscy spent I Sunday with their parents, Mr. j a n r t Mrs. Sam Hale. i A l l r n d i n g the b a l l irnmn at ' G r e e n l a n d S u n d a y from here were j Mr. and Mrs. Ted O'Brien and f a m i l y , Mr. and IVIrs. C'myci Ftieii and f a m i l y , Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry Malonc and f a m i l y , Billy Kcrley, and H u g h R i e f f . Regina O'Brirn, F.ugcnn Bnkcr, .Iran M n l n n r , Billy Camp, a n d Wilma McGce attended the play, "Merry Wives of Windsor," w i t h Mr. and Mrs. R a l p h Tucker Hat- ; anrl Mrs. Paul Swongcr of TXMI Vallpy - . IKS Thrrr nut of pvery fouf traJt f i r n r r M n n l s in the united Stat^J n r r n r on dry pavement In eleai New Way to Sleep- A SACK O? RED KIDNEY IEANS from a 30,000,000-pound cargo headed for Mexico is held by traders Thomas Gonzalci ( l e f t ) ond tl. M. Ruwjee. These beans am the snme thnt were purchased by the ROV- crnment in 1948 for $3,938,400 to support farm prices. Since then the benns have been moldcrins tn a wnreliousc. They were sold to the Gon- rales firm for $300,000. a losj to taxpayers of $3,033,400. (International) u relay night al the University. fUmc.hlrr.n, PrRyy, .lamr, ;iml j Mr. and Mrs. K r v j n Curnp and K u l h i r , spent Sitmiuy with Mr. I Tak* 2 iTUMS B*for» Rotfrin* T Try tfm .iifnplc, modern w « j m H«f'·* jnomath. Jim tai I or 2 Tumi be/or*" h?"l:ime. Thoiuandi »ho do t r m h d f t t " d i i r n v c r t d the^ f a l l tnlrep fjit^r--fr^l much f r c t h r r m^rninpi, A l w A j s ktep "J Mint h a n d y tn cnumrraa »ouf jtom* ml:, Rax, hejnhorn -- \*j or fiithti Ci«i a roll of Turn* riphi no*'! Ontr (Ot. J· loflPrrftaa* 7 SPECIALS 50 STYLES MEN'S SHOES We have gone through our stock and selected a large group of styles and patterns -- crepe soles, leather soles and Neolite soles. Some Values to $13.50. RED TAG P R I C E SEE OUR WINDOW sg' 5 200 P a i r s Women's Dress Shoes, V/cdgcd Pumps and Sandals in variety of colors and styles. Values up to $8.95. RED TAG PRICE 10% DISCOUNT Bostonian American Gentlemen Men's Shoes, except Summer Styles. 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL WOMEN'S ARCH-SUPPORT SHOES BASEMENT STORE One Lot Men's Oxfords and Shoes Valcus to $10.00 RED TAG PRICE . $4.9*.- ONE LARGE LOT OF WOMEN'S SANDALS, OXFORDS, AND PUMPS CQQ5 RED TAG PRICE ** * $2- ID'- DISCOUNT ON ALL MEN'S WORK SHOES AND BOOTS One lot of Women's Shots Values to $5.00 50c Pr. Ona lot of Women's Hott Values lo 98c On* lot of Women's Punts Red Tag Price 50tah NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS SPECIALS At i HALL TIRE CO. w S 39 E. Mountain St. Phone 233 Easy Terms Coupon Good For 25% Discount on all Thor $269.95 G.F, Refrigerator $27.95 Electric ice Cream .Freezer Both for $249,95 All » House Painf in Stock 40% Off This Tuq is' No. 13. Please ask about Tag No. 13 when in our store. You w i l l be surprised. No Phone Calls, Please * One Ii Hoi 3 D °ys Only Goodyear fire 10.48 with Grill. Ro9. Price $16.95. Special Prie* "9- ^cc , , 7

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