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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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HOtTKWBI AMANMS OMB. To Conduct Services The Rev. Lum Jdnes of Ada, Okla., will conduct revival ser- vices.at the Church of the Naza- re'ne, located on · South Locust Street, beginning tomorrow eve- tog at 7:45 o'clock and continuing each evening through May 18. Mr. Jones has served as evangelist In' the Church of the Nazarene for ^nore than 30 years, and has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Canada. As a Result of his evahgeslistic efforts, more than 100 individuals have been called into definite Christian service. by Miss Tanta Uzer Summer lingerie -for small girls is no problem at all when you shop for these necessities at tho Bailor Store's Children: Department, located in the base-. ·meat. Oh hand now, an adequate s t o c k of girls' Batiste panties in white and just . .as dainty and feminine looking as other materials. Trimmed in eyelet embroidered ruffles and cut on the bias, to give plenty of room. These come in sizes 1 to fi and .are only.59e. And what could he nicer for warm weather than batiste gowns with a lacy net yoke. In sizes 2-4-6 they are priced .it $1.98. And say, we mustn't forget the wonderful assortment of boys' wear carried also at the Boston -Slore. For example .. . Knit Shorts with an insert of -Printed or checked cotton, clastic waist band in 2-4-6 sizes for 69c. Girls In their preteens can get sooo! particular s o m e times about their .clothes and Pearl L e e ' s Children's Shop is well aware oC that fact. Mrs. Lee has c h o s e n "especially' for those- young ladies completely g o r g e o u s .styles for summer wear. Designed by "Rainbow'' p r e teens, "Kate Greenaway," "Mil- ·dred of California" and "Johnny Lee nf California" each and every one of these dresses are distinctively different and grown np .enough to delight any little girl. Sundresses, 2 pc. suits, and skirts with matching blouses as well as one piece styles in linen, seersucker and broadcloth in bright - colors or pastels . . . Also in keeping with graduation, recitals or special parties Pearl Lee has selected dress up dresses in evelet CmbrnifiorM Orrranriv a n H 1Vi,ln,i "The v $12.98. Legion Convention To Be Held In St. Louis lndianapolis-f/P)-The 1933 national convention of '.lie American Legion will be held in St. Louis August 31-Septcmbcr 3. So Wonderfully Versatile '·?r^ 4. * Leciea aress up dresses in eyelet imbroidcred Organdy and Nylon, rhe prices range from $5.98' t S12.98. Ky Sue Burnett The type of dress you wear all day through the summer because it defeats the hot weather and looks so neat and crisp. Four buttons close each shoulder, and you can complete it in no time. Pattern No. 8158 is a sew-rito perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14 cap sleeve, 3% yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c for! EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Avc. Americas, New York 36, N. Y. Basic FASHION for.'52 Is filled with ideas te make your clothes budget go further -- time-saving and economical designs that are easy to sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. Engine Dies, But Senile Sends Foreifp Pi lot Lands Light Plane On Viaduct Oklahoma City-(/p)-A pilot who developed engine trouble in his Stinson plane over Oklahoma City's business district'yesterday, calmly set the craft uown on the South Bytrs Street viaduct. : . Jack Wpolsey, who told police he has been a pilot for 27 years, said he spied the overpass just after his engine went out and decided, it was his best bet f o r ' a landing.'With the help of passersby, he pushed the plane to one side and traffic continued to pass. Ducks Win Over Big Planes At New York Port New York-WP)-A mother duck and her brood of elgh't took the right-of-way'on an Idlewild Air- Jort taxi strip today, delaying a Trans'World Airlines plane arriv- ng from Pittsburgh. Capt. James Lydic of Metuchen, N. J., taxiing across the field to unload his eight passengers, mystified traffic supervisors when he stopped the ship. He explained the delay by radio. . The jaywalkers look cight : minutes to get clear. _, Case Of "Outsitting" Communists Indicated Seoul, Korea-OT-Gcn. James A. Van Fleet said today there are ndications the Communists never have wonted to make peace in Korea. The commando/ of United Nations ground forces s;iid,'-Jf the Commuuists wanted an armistice" some agreement conic! have been reached in the almost 10. months of truce negotiations. Rut, Van Fleet said, the United Nations still can either outfight Ihe Reds " o n ' t h e battlefields or "outsit them" at the Conference table. AM Ml To Committee Washington-(fl»)-Thc $8,800,000,000 foreign aid bill.was shunted to. the Armed Services Committee today for 10 more days of study before the Senate itself can debate the measure. The Senate voted yesterday to refer the big mutual security bill to the armed services group by a surprise 4 0 ' t o 33 margin. Democratic Leader McFarland (Ariz) said the vote probably would delay adjournment of the Senate by three weeks.. May Commute Sentence, 01 Winnie Ruth Judd Phoenix, Ariz.-Mpj-Gov. Howard Pyle must decide whether th? death sentence which has hung over Winnie Ruth Judd for 20 years should be commuted to life imprisonment. The Arizona Board of Pardons and Paroles yesterday recommended to the governor thai he commute the sentence. The recommendation was basoc on advice from Dr. M. W. Conway, superintendent of the State Hospital for the Insane, to which Mrs Judd, "tiger woman" trunk murderess, was sentenced 72 hours before she was to have been executed in 1931. Science has not yet found any .method which will indicate in- Subdued Prisoners In Canada Back On Routine Montreal -(IP)- Bordeaux jail's subdued prisoners, half of their males farmed out to -other local cells, went bad; to prison routine today as an official riot investi- :. .lion gathered momentum. For tl\p first time since Sunday's riot and a lesser outbreak choked off yesterday by tear gas, all prisoners. Were locked in individual cells last nisht. Because of damage to sections of the cells, only 327 of the rioters could be housed at Bordeaux. The rest, about 25, wore moved to city end provincial police stations. Unofficial estimates placed the riot damage as high as $400,000. There is no evidence that a queen bee has any authority nver elligcnce through a study of the a hive, but she may be the mother form and size of the brain. I of millions of bees. U.S. And British Planes Collide, Pilots Are Safe London-fypjTwo surprised jet fighter pilots, one British and one American, bailed" out .of their planes at a six-mile altitude ami drifted into London's southern suburbs with each wondcrinK. "What hit me?" Their planes ' collided during exercise yesterday between the U.S. Air Force and Royal Air Force. After the pilots parachuted, the planes plunged into the ground three miles apart. ' The British pilot floated down' onto a suburban sidewalk and reported, "Someone chipped off my The American-flier, Capt. Milton G. Whitford of the 81st Fighter Wing, dodged chimney. pots and landed an ufm's length from a backyard hothouse. "I hope I didn't hurt your rose tree," he told the startled householder. Motorists Paying Big Slice Of Stale Taxes Little Rock-yP)-Motorists in Arkansas are paying'more in rtjgis- tration fees and gasoline taxc now than all Arkansas paid in a state taxes In 1041. Carroll Owen chairman of the Arkansas High way Users Conference, reporte this today and said: "This show how the state tax burden ha grown in recent years. It als shows, how much of this burdo has fallen on motor vchicl owners." Tockett Delays Opening Of Race For Governor Little Rock-(/P)-U. S. Hep. Boy.. Tacltctt has decided to wait unti May 'I'l to open his campaign fo governor of Arkansas. His opcnir speech will be at Arlcadclphin He orieinally had planned it fo Kay 15. One estimate is that nnrlcn Rome used 92 million gallon!, o water a day. It is believed that apple trei were taken to England during th, period of the Roman occupation April, the fourth month In the modern calendar, was the Beconc 'n the Roman calendar. The WELCOME mat's out at Fayetteville's Record Relief for SOUR STOMACH FLINT ·TOMS! ^··+~--^ . . On hand for every demand. PLATES - BARS STRUCTURAL SHAPES ROLLED SHEET STRIP (NOT AND COLD) · COLD FINISHED BARS ALLOY Southu-ett Industry Sinct 191} FJLINT STEEL { O K P O R A T i O N T U L i A . O K L A Hatley Buick Company 30 East Mountain A ^JEW representative of a familiar old name joins the community today. He's your new Buick dealer. Drop in and see how well he's prepared to help you. If you're interested in his ability to handle service work--fine. You'll be pleased with his up-to-the- minute facilities to do it speedily, efficiently, and with factory-style thoroughness. You'll see crackcrjack Buick mechanics in action-men with the know-how and tools to locate trouble without fumbling, and remedy it without fuss. And you'll see a stock of parts and accessories as complete as it is authentic. Then see how dependably your Buick dealer can serve you in the biggest investment, outside of buying a home, the average person ever makes-the purchase of a car. Look over the eye-pleasing Buicks in his showroom. Note their smartness, their bigness, the luxury of their roomy interiors. Then get mobiles a r e b , l i / t "*'" build fhn fact-by-fact examples of Buick's technical leadership, too. You'll learn why Buick's Fircbal! 8 Engine can thrill you w i t h its performance-- yet win your respect for its economy. You'll learn the secret of Buick's "Million Dollar Ride"- about the velvety magic of Dynaflow Drivc*-dozcns of other Buick advantages. And you'll discover that, nevertheless, Buick prices arc lower than cars nowhere near so fine. So come in, won't you? Your new Buick dealer will be glad to sec you -- happy to know you -- and very pleased to serve you in any way. fl/, mrmwlrt, trim unit itttidftt art titkjfrl ctat/r K//AW.; nallft. »AMflrf»/-rf tn ROADMAMF.K, l n txln rtHM «»« Snln. tO/»W « urn Mere Utrt Families Flee Before Flood Salt Lake City-(flVMore families were ordered to leave their homes today as Utah's flood waters boiled over highways, covered buildings to their rooftops ·nd claimed thtlr Unit victim, . Robert Spams, 17, of Ogden, wa.i swept down the turbulent Ogdc-n Itlvcr alter a rubber raft capsized. Resident* of Provo Canyon were told to abandon their homes as the Provo River swirled over the highway at Vivian Park to « depth of two feet. Flood experts said the families probably would be iso- lattd If Ibey minlart ta - (Mr canyon homrs. More than 40 fatnlllatort b*«t left honielesi In Wifccr C**yon and nearly 1,500 fitnWw hat« been driven out by Oaat *d«n in Salt Lake City.. *··» n wltt ·* For her "first Ira" i ntn in "Sirlnlttn* Stntef from" recommends Bobbie byFormfit BecauM of the important Influence it will kax OB h«r faM, comfort and appearance, your daughter 1 ! Grit brt tbould fc*. ·elected with inmost care. A great name ii your be* (aid* here. That's why we recommend Bobbie BraJ by FormSt, tin most famous name in untlerfuhioiu. Formfil hl J*tig*ed . tho Bobbie Bra shown here»pecially for "firs! bra" (Irk. It's ' cleverly tailored to awurc your daughter the bcllthful «f- I«rt the needs, plus trim, neat linen wtih no trace of in* gcralion-all will] compile comfort and frwdoei! It'aeoeL white, tubbable cotton. Cumc get lereral nowl ',."' RnMiic Brn it-awn $1.25 Olhir at 11.50 Bobbl* Brllclm No Cigarette Hangover CJ · · - · · · · · · O :~'^-\ PHILIP MORRIS u differently from any other leading brand. And that difference is your guarantee of everything you've ever wanted in a cigarette.. .tasty mildness, rich flavor, pleasant aroma...a dean, refreshing smoke that leaves NO CIGARETTE HANGOVER! No wonder PHILIP MORRIS has gained more than two mi fa lion new smokers in the pest} 5 years! Try PHILIP MORRIS) yourself. Your throat will nbfo/j '"' the difference. And that diffe ence is delightful!^ You'll be glad tomorrow..., you smoked Philip Morn* today! ·IW h:

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