Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 19, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 19, 1952
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Plans Trip Candidate Cherry Says He Will Not Make [Diesel Sets Claim Taxes Can Be Held Al Present Level Little Hoek-f/PMt least one he effected with a change in men Arkansas RUbernatorial candidate: rather than a change in policy. . N«H«Hlto. Art,.TM. Monda,. May ,9, IM1 to hold s t a t e · present levels. - will not promise taxes at their present levels.; «.,.,,,, i. u Chancellor Francis Cherry 0 [ , " ??*W£W KOIUp .lonesborn, one of five candidates' " seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, said here yes- · '"'day that. "Present taxes cannot be reduced and still keep up present services." He said Blue Man Indianapolis - (/Pi - Freddv Aga- h.lshian. new speed champion o f ' the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Andy Linden, who held the J O - m i l e qualifying record less t h a n five hours, will lead the son- mile race start May 30 in a couple of unconventional cars. air conditioned for your comfort Bffmmtf P/iiifivita Awbashian, of Albany, Calif.. Ucttri'Unf raVO1 tie I q u a l i f e d for the Baltimore - W) aid he again proved himself a keen judge I H ! s u taxes j by sayine a month before the ; T' 1 ' q u a l i f e d for the pole positon .opening time trials Saturday in Eddie Arcaro ' t n e now Cummins Diesel Special, '"'s average speed was 138.010 les an hour for four laps around ; 2'^-mile track. His best lap, 139.104, also was a record. must be Sprinjrdalc-ISpecial) - The Rev Stanley Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist Church, w i l l leave New York City tomorrow with a group j of 34 other church workers by Pan : American clipper for tour rif i h c : Holy Land. Parts of the t r i p will i be made by bus. Bethlehem, Jeru-. saiem, Gethseniano and Mount ! Carmel are among the historic; spots to be visited. Mr. Jordan! preached here Sunday night a n d ' left later for New York. The group \ will fly first to Paris, later visit-' in* Rome. The party will arrive' home June ?,7. Personals Kenneth Osborne of the fine arts division at the University has gone to Wichita Falls. Texas . where he will visit Midwestern University on business for the National Association of Schools of Music. Mr. and Mrs. Errla Smallin of Denver. Colo., are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim B.vrd of Goshen. and ot'ner relatives and friends in this area. . would not promise to keci ; at their present levels. | Preakncss. "Blue Man : However, Cherry didn't say h e ' q u i t e a horse." . w o u l d advocate a tax increase. The are ioekev h i t o , ' L 'nddi. of I| s Angeles, driving Me discussed his campaien w i t h Lor r\ a ? r TM ·, , - 1hc '" r ' '"^ Miracle Power Special, had i Harry Ashmore, executive o r i o r ' af er ,he [, n E, W 'M '"" , '°"''' y misspd lhc mF la » r TM'' ri "" ha " of the Arkansas Ga ? ctf on radio , r ,f · ,=^'r, ,'" "' tnok Kf "~ i i c t t h o short-lived 10-mile mark station KT.RA-. , ; -,era m ; °"^kan°' - -" r TM k "" s in a "wTM.! at 137.002. sans in the News, "Prer,f.nt revfmies ar c the high- Unfortunately, for Arcaro, he '· was on one of the nine Scheduled trials Sunday were | l a s n n one of the nine others! railed out. They'll continue next I i-hich Blue Man passed as if they j Saturday and Sunday. uoUhlp"!?, I"'"" 1 n "5 U ma - v " l " ! wcrc slat "« ^ the last tnree-s,x- ' ·· -will "mee^cos" " rc = n ; d c ^««j t-nth, of a ,nil, ' ' | R ockef e :,er B« k Hom . said umaiaate The crop which Blue Man bent New York-MI-.Iohn D. Rocke- On other nlnset of h- · ' i n t h p Pl ''' ak ness included i u s t ; feller, Jr.. 78, has returned to his Cherry saidV "mpaiitn; about all of those able to work at j Park Avenue residence a f t e r re- 1 Krhnnlc in,j ,j ,- t h e i r trade--which stamps him as i moval of what his surgeon de- ''our treat, prob,em"''-" -""' lhC lag ^ ] - choi - «" """ Bell j scribed as a "benign lesion" from Announcements · ORS To Met The OK3 will meet at 7:30 tomorrow at the Masonic H a l ! for tN regular meeting and i n i t i a - tion. Green Valley Club Mrs. A. H. Lindsey will be host- · PS,.-, lo a meeting of the Green Valley Club tomorrow at 1:30 at her home in Green Acres. ' Wesleyan Guild The two units of the Wesleyar. Guild will have a joint session to- t nisht a.t 7:30 o'clock in the ladie. parlor of C e n t r a l Methodist Church. .Filipino Raiders Hit Communists in Korea · Seoul, Korea-i7P)-Filipino raid- rs in grenade-bayonet char"es twice drove Chinese Red dcfendl ers off an embattled hill on the Korea central front today. It was the same hill west of 'chorwon .where men of the 20th battalion combat team sairt they killed or wounded everyone of -!0 Chinese at its top yesterday. . The Filipino raiders hit the Reds again this morninj;. The Chinese lied. The Filipinos withdrew shortly under lied mortar fire. " Screen Couple Differ New York -(#)- Actress Olivia \ de Havil.ind's attorney says she · has separated from her a u t h o r ' husband, Marcus Goodrich, and will file divorce papers in the near future unless differences are reconciled. Everyone welcome. Barbecue Dinner and Carnival. Fun for ·all. St. Joseph's Catholic Church , luesday, May :o, from 5 to 10 i m - 17-31-c 1 W/ten buying a r/coring Aid foot for this Acceptance Stal lht Anwicon Medical Attociation Council on Pdyiicol Med/cint ·nd RciiMHalitm A$k your Physlcianl "nit ldverlji« men t il heinjt run u · »«tvic» to tho hurd-of.honrini by y, low«x» HEARINO AIDS Be Smart Buy Your Graduation Gifts At Price* i'nclW« fedl fax GRUENVtri-Thin. i A rtal beauty for only ; $39.75 , Smart design/ dependable timepiece $49.75 GRUEN Vtri-Thin ,'.","'",· 17-jewel Griien- Precision movement 14 kt. gold case $71.50 ' OKUEN Veri-Thin" 17-jewelGrmn- rVecision movement M let. gold cate $110.00 First in fayettei'ille Carnival of COTTONS Coolest Cottons In A /^ QQ Town Bearing 5 W 7 O Labels Yon Know · Nelly Don ·Reloms ·Betty Barclay The choice of the colton crop in silky cotton broadcloths, delicate sheers, s l u r d y donimi, chambrays, and linens . . . all in ti variety of highly styled dresses that will koep you cool and collecting compliments all summer Sizes / 9-15; 10-20. ' ' · main floor rear Special Purchase COTTON SKIRTS $ 9 8 sheers and broadcloths-Regular $5.98 Gay. colorful .kin, which or, 8Uch ,, wonderful ' Made to ··" for mueh Play Shorts Specia Red, white or navy shorts with doubia Jk I O (j Hitching. Two deep front pockets § I V I ) and the new split cuff with buttons. I I So easy to wosh. In popular linen- type rayon. Sizes 10-16. No lnter«t-- No Carrying Charg, DIXIE RADIO 4» moron PHONE 1248 ! | n j M!nirt« Full White HALF SLIPS With Deep Eyelet Trim As shou:n in MADEMOISELLE \ Under the sun and under the moon dr n ,» 9 , practically .land up and beg for .hi, Hi-A. S.raple». Diving n-ckhn. A good wide clinging bond for security Wonderful, comfortable nnH flattering to wear !Tnd. .",h"V luivt Hi ' A hut cup ' doubl " " itc ' hed underneath for suppoil, sing!, ..itched on lop for -.oft I 211. P!m» hrn»rl- cloth. A. n. C run*. White, hl«ck. .12 thru 3ft. $4 · ' D M . Nylon, with 3 - u n v .(rap? A. n. C run«. Whiv shi" 1 pink, h]»ck. .12 thn "$5 · main floor front the slip lhal is so necesiory under Ihe new .heers. Perfect for you ... p , r f. ct f or Regular $ I 79 $2.50 Value | · main floor front

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