Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 30, 1952 · Page 8
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May 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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·--notnmtiT AMAMIAS TIMB. r*v*N~M«, Frifey, May JO, 1M2 -- ···""·*······· Canada's Lawmakers Handle | 'Divorces For Two Provinces .' Ott»w»-(*i-lt takes an act of .·Ibt Canadian Parliament to obtain i'divorc* if you live in Newfoundland or Quebec, it j sn -t difficult _4« obtain one, and the cost usually ;run« ilifhtly pver $200 aside from Uwyeri' and detectives' fe« ' Those two arc the only ones among Canada'* 10 provinces ^which do not have courts with r iuihority to g r a n t divorces. They , are predominantly Homan Catho' lie In population and the provln- j c i a l lawmakers have never author. izcd such courts. | Marriage and divorce were tuh- i jerts left lo Parliament under (he | British North America Acl, whlrh 'nested the confederation of Canada In I8B7. Since then .1,000 enu- I pies have been separated by parliamentary action. The current M £ «* WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You Since 1929 SMITH RADIO SHOP WATCH THIS SPACE For Daily Bargains SATURDAY'S VALUE DUNCAN PHYFE DINETTE SUITE Regular Price, $99.50 SATURDAY'S PRICE $7950 SMITH RADIO APPLIANCE Tonite Saturday 1:00 - 10:20 The West'Never Knew a Stranger Story . . . . The Screen Has Seldom Seen a Mote Powerful Onell! - plus -- · AdrvnturM of Tt« Tkurnk · Ktafi MM · ChufM · SnUl Clup. Ho, I * * FUN FOR EVERYONE * * BALLOON SHOWER 500 la((«*m to b« thrown off th« Snack lar loaded with prim. Dent mlM DRIVE INI ^·Miniature Golf * Playgrounds for the Kiddies *Monkey Village r«U li bttwwn 200 and 300 annually. In theory, any Canodlsn can ask ] for a private bill dissolving a mar. riate. But in practice the Divorce Committee In the Senate, which, handles the matter, refuses to act [ for citizens of provinces which; have divorce courts. The only ground for divorce U adultery. Here is the procedure: A standing; committee of senators handles the divorce bills. The petitioners, represented by attorneys, present their statements to the committee. Private investigators testify that adultery has been committed. A case is seldom contested. The committee inquires if the divorce is likely to cause hardship to any children. Sometimes the committee wants to know if reconciliation is possible. The committee has no power to rule as to children or property. After the committee approves a divorce, a bill is presented to the Senate, which passes it without No Quick End To Shortage Of Potatoes Seen Federal Prediction | Supply Will Meet Demand Challenged Little Rwk-f/Pj-A Little Rock produce wholesaler says the Arkansas potato crop will not ease a shortage of potatoes in the stste. An Associated Press survey re- voalod yesterday that produce buyers do not expect the shortage to end he/ore mid-June. One wholesaler said the Arkan- · -· ·-· _ - . . E a s crop dropped at least 800 question. Tne House of Commons . a c r e s this year. William L. does the same. The governor general or his deputy signs the bill, and the divorce is granted. Home's Colosseum opened in 80 A. D. was first Not white, not wheat, not rye, Out i flavor blencl of all thf»-- Junfe'a Roman Meal Hrein. 11-lt-tf RADIO ft TV SERVICE Late* TV T«t Equipment 14-Hour S*rvic* TRI-STATE SALES CO. jj* w - Dlekaoa thont (13 HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery r.o.mtntn» Come hi M4 See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. i 17. W*M Foft, Ark. Humphries, serretf.ry-treasurer of the Arkansas Wholesale Grocers Association, said the government's prediction t h a t "supply will meet demand" is "erroneous." He said Inventories are wiped out. Produce wholesalers in Little! flork said they are unable to pro- ] cure potatoes from any of their! sources. One buyer said he hasn't I had any potatoes in 60 days. Another said a carload arrived yesterday but the potatoes were gone before noon. Concerning black markets, John R. Bagby, district information officer of the Office of Price Stabilization, said several investigations have been instituted in the state for alleged over-the-ceiling price sales, but that no charges havej been filed. There was at least one report of "over-thc-reiling price" potato sales. At Malvern, the Dally Record said potatoes are selling at seven to eight cents a pound. OPS ceiling prices are set at 4.82 cents a pound. Horsemen Plan Ride To Tulsa, Olila,, Fair Rogers - (Special) - The Northwest Arkansas Cavalcade, composed of riders from all parts of the area, will ride from Cave Springs to the Tulsa, Okla. Fair this year, it has been announced., Last year the horsemen rode t o ! Little Rock for the state Livestock Show. ' The group will form at Ca"" Springs the night of June 22, and leave in. a group at 6 a. m. the fol- pwing day for Siloam Springs. At 5iloam Springs the riders will ake part in the Silver Strike Ju- )ilee scheduled fy June 23 and 24. From Siloam Springs the riders will go to Tulsa. The ride will be open to all rid- ng clubs and individuals. General Leaves Japan Tokyo-MFVMaJ. Gen. William F. Marquat, who 'directed Japan's economy during six and a half years of Allied occupation, left by ship today for a new assignment in Washington. The last active major league pitcher to win 300 or more games was Robert (Lefty) Grove who retired in 1941 with exactly 300 wins. ' Committee Would Forbid Presidential Seizure Washington - (ff\ . The Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday unanimously approved a proposed constitutional amendment which private property except under spc- would forbid a president to seize cific laws passed by Congress. The proposal, by Senator McCar- ran (D-Nev), is an outgrowth of lure powers. congressional uproar over President Truman's seizure of the steel industry to head off a strike. McCarren said it would end any argument over presidential seiz- BOWL TOR PLEASUMC Sim B«nton Bowlinf Janet--Ady. ta Ou TDflU--ft , PRICES ARE BORN HERE AND RAISED ELSEWHERE Open Each Evening 'Til 9 ii .M krm* .I-MM. ar' P - M '* 1 *" HILTON BROS, DRIVE-IN FURNITURE CATTLE AUCTION Special Consignment For Saturday, May 31 42 Head Extra Goad Hereford Cows 25 Calves By Side One Registered Hereford Bull. This is an extra good local herd and your opportunity to get some excellent stock. Be Sure To Attend This Sale! , The above is an addition to our regular consignments. HILTON BROS. SALE BARN Highway 71 North Sale Starts at 12 Noon RELAX and ENJOY YOURSELF IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT! UARK ,, ROBERT " (UMMINGS HALE ROYAL TOHITE '"'' STAND UP AND SING Keep ·» *IUi lb« Umtm-mt Ihe TIMES dillj. STALKED »Y THE STORK - TWIII VERY FIRST YEAR! Mwti'i ticptctiAg a baby at hom«! Pop'l txp«etmg Iht O KV O t Hit offictl You can txptct rtw timt of you. lift I EVER-NEW JOY FOR ALL TO ENJOY! · CARTOON · SERIAL OZARK NOW SHOWING 1:10 - J:2I . 5:25 . 7:25 . 3:25 Unrelenting Saragerr of an Unturned Wild.rnwil COMING SOON OSES, " ON ^NGEROUS GROUND" -e=L TOnlTE IDA 1UPINO -- ROBERT RYAN ouncmg Patton's lastemark Ice Cream Quak er Drug Store's Now, Famoi» TasttmaHc l«« CrMms a* -t.d in our fountain treats. We have it to take home also. Tastemark lee Cream hat been tested and approved by the Tastemark Homemakers Panel . . . which means it rates tops in taste, quality, and appearance. Treat your family to this delicious ice cream at our fountain or get some to take home. New Fountain We have just completed our new beautiful fountain, and are ready to serve you. We want you to see i? and to en,oy the many delicious treat, that we serve Drop in tomorrow for one of these specials. Free Folger's Coffee Saturday, 2 to 4 Saturday's Fountain Specials Jumbo Ice Cream Soda . 10c Taste-A-Shake . . . . 25c Ice Cream Suhdoes. . . 10c Electric Razors . $19.50 to $25.50 Sport of Kings Toiletries by $3.50 - $4.55 Seaforth Gift S«N $2.30 - $2.40 - $3.40 Town Gift Sets $1.12 - $2.95 Comoros $7.10 - $31.15 §i " f ·»* 9lc to $5.00 Shaffer Pan and Pencil $2,95 to $27.50 Cigarette Lighten . . $5.00 to $13.45 Suit Glatsat $1.49 to $4.SO $5.00 For Y o u r F a v o r i t e G r a d u a t e for her Nationally known n the finest candy possible to manufacture. A complete stock, picked in beautiful boxes is hart for your selection. . . Early American Old Spice $4.00 - $5.85 Evening in Paris Sets . . $3.50 - $5.00 Electric Hair D rytr* $6.95 - $7.95 - $9,95 Bil1 Folds 98e to $5.00 White Illustrated Holy Bibles $3.50 Jewelette Sets $5.00 to $12.50 Comerte Nylon Hose $1.45 - $1.75 - $1.95 Heodquarres for Helena Rubinstein Toilet Sets and Cosmetics. Chanrelly Colognes and Liquid Skin Sachet. C«»y Sah $J.JO H p

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