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May 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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riMil, M.y 14, 195J Eisenhower Opponents Say General Too Close To Administration Thinking On Domestic Policies W t s h l n j l o n - W - O c n . TJvighl, Son. Frank Carlsnn b, H G ei ti c t 1 I t. t c t D. Elsenhower'* official a. lion w i t h t h e Truman a d m u tiori h«5 become such an if R*publlcin presidential hail noon miy require « pnhllo me.nt by the general. Support Sen. Robert A. T«ft of Ohio out (he iUMMtlnn again vest th»t Eisenhower's m l l i t a : ocia- ! dn r-rtm- df Kisonho wr-r campaign slr.i- I hrarlrjuarti-n. look mm* pain* ti/ og it of j in I try to refute this in a Mllrhell. S. I), speech c.-uis,,,, snii'i Kisen. hower "has spoken often anil nly against the administration n-'-w Uml its fumlilhiK, Its tiend toward I rday j *ifiiilism ahrt its playing of group ' con- j figainst group." j nectionj with official Washington i He o.ui,icd a l4-iMiiotli-»ld l e t - ' rnijht lumper him in attacking ( t o r In which Kisenhowcr said his i thj_Truman record if he. win« thoj friends are "quite well aware o f ! fer with some of our governmental foreign and domestic policies of the paftl years." Mnn.v politicians believe that when Kisenhower returns to this | country in June he will have to he f more specific In enlicicms of the ! policies with which he does not agree. ! Hut If he makes any such fiill- altack on the Truman forcijjn cs as lhat in which Tafl has Colorful M IB old fiihionrd ftrdtn... light ind »irf on your child'i fret it i grade lummer brr«tr...« flexible lo wear it they irt e»jr on jrout pune. Comr jn soon and lee our ·election of Suaperooi. gwjfclW* We Give SH Green Stamps LANER BROS. SHOE STORE S. Sidt Squar* BE SURE 10 ATTEKD ....... BIG FREE later on may be too late! disaster never waits until a man is fully ^protected by Insur- ' * ' ' ' · " don't put off buying adequate insurance coverage for y o u r family's protection Cravens 8 Co., Inc., Ins. "In Business For Your Protection" CRAVENS BUILDING I Two possiblp Drinncratir prrsl- J j Alhen Rarklpy and Gov, A'llai K. SlPvrnKon of niimiif;--havp totrl a roporfpr they do nnt h«lir\'p j Kisonhower'p foreign policy vipwn a IT Rifftlly rlifforont from ihrir nwn. The indicatinns wrro rlnar Ihn.v believe that, if the c^noral hnrnrnp.i thp flrpuhliran imminnp, rinmPFtic is.'itip.'! will hocnrnp paramount in the campaign. Many of thp drlpgalps In thp fto- publiran National Convrnlinu in ChiraRO in July arp likrt.v to want a candidate who will rip into thp Truman rpcnrrl at hnrnn and : abrond. Many of (bom bolicvo thry I lost the 1048 nlertinn hpr-ausp Gnv. i Thonias F. Dowry of Nrw York · rlidn't c a m p a i g n vlfi«rnur.ly Whilo somr likr Hov. Karl War- rnn nf California HHVI* :ontcnrlrd ihp ncpublicans can't win in N'»- VPmhpr by jtiftt hping aRainst what thp Democrats havn rlono, thp anfi- , mp-too psychology still looks ; slrnng within tho ranks of the ; ronvpnlion delegates. j Taft Ravp this annthnr boost ·pstprday by Hoclfirinc at a con; ercncc with a croup of woropn i hat if he J.t nominnfnd ho won't , nakc "the kind of fl 'mc-tno' rum- i :n conductnd by Governor ;' Dewf?y in 1948 and which 1 have , no doubt ho. will rpcommend to General Eisenhower." ! Shouts Of Coeds [ Lead Students On In Panties Raidj Towa City, InwB-f/rVSpurrori nn | by co-ed taunts of "Come on in fellows," group of University of j Iowa men students scuffled with i police and then raided · women's i dormitory for panties and bras I tndiy. The demonstration lasted \ more than an hour. About 20D the 700 men participants i through thp hallways of Ctirrle Hall, girls dormitory which house more than 800 co-eds. L. Dale Faunco, dean of stu dents, was booed each time h tried to dissuade the raiders. / student In a sound truck wh urged "let's serenade the girls and .forget their pink pants" was ig tiornd. The eo-eds locked themselves in heir rooms, hut i student who emerged w i t h an a r m f u l o clothes said girls on the third floor tossed undies tr. boys in th hallways. Cooking School FRIDAY, MAY 16, 2 P. M. AMERICAN LEGION HUT ONE SESSION ONLY - DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 P M 'FREE GIFTS Births Mr. and Mm. Kenneth Christman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Christman of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, May H, at the City Hospital. Mr. ind Mm. Sidney Wllllim Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W i l l i a m Arnold of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter, May 13, at the County Hospital. es Green Stamps? We Do! FIRST PRIZE! THIS BEAUTIFUL $269.95 DUTCH OVEN GAS RANGE )THER FREE GIFTS. J 0 PAIH LADIES" VELVET STEP SHOES M8.SO RCA VICTOR HECOHD ATTACHMENT $8.85 MAHTHA MANNING DBESS · RV - nMfcHT J8.50 CHENYU MANICUHE SET $15 CAMBRIDGE TEA SET I7.SS DARLING DRESS !t n3 °=, I ?S CORATED PA RTY CAKE $10 BUTTER CUP BREAKFAST SET ONE ROOM WALLPAPER 15 SILVER DOLLARS S20 CANNON TOWEL SET I16.SO SET BUICK FOG LIGHTS GRAND AWARD NOTHING TO BUY! EVERYTHING ABSOLUTELY FREE! Fabric Ctntir 11 Cut C.nt.r Fairway Grocery 411 N. ColUj, Johnion'i ·nd W.Hp.p. r 81ot . fH Bu .. OI * n hJu, 0 . 0 ^,, 15 North Block St. Hilton lrn. BrlM-ln Furnitur* Slori Hw T . 71 North T«wn t Camput MEN'S WEAR Omk Thtilrt Bldj. «««»r Iro*. |he« $ter M ·aulh IM* Squirt Phen. lirj.w.l Oiark Cltantri 101 North Block St. Harlan'i Strvlc* Station FrUndlr Gull Station 11 North Coll.,. Me»-y-M«Np|r Phillips Motor Co. 120 North Collfo. Moert'i Gift Shop JS North Block SI. Fairway Hardwar* J30 Mil) St. Waggontr'i Bakery 101 w.it C.nl.r St. Quaktr Drug Start 2 Enl C.nl.r SI. »lt«'. Uauty SaUni Phon. 1111 or III Ann Peterson, noted home economist of the famed Linda Marshall staff, will show you the wonderful ease of cooking on Maytag Dutch Oven Gas Ranges -- t h e only range that automatically turns off the gas and keeps right on cooking. Don't miss this unusual demonstration. Fred Rigdon, Maytag's master of ceremonies, will also be on hand to delight the audience. ANN PETERSON All Foods for School Furnished by Consumer's I.G.A. Super Markets CO-SPONSORS · Hunts .Darling Shop .Waggoner's ·Coleman Shoe Store · Cook Paint Co. .Motley Buick Co. .Quaker Drug .Guisinger Music House · Beebe Jewelry .Tuck's Service Co. .Mcllroy Bank .Ark. Western Gas Co. Carney Appliance Co. "Depend on Us for Service" South Sid. Square Phone 1728

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