Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 4, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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NOtTHWiST ARKANSAS UMB, , JIMM 4. 1«St . Amendment May Be Sponsored To Legalize Credit Charges Camden To Oppose New Rate Increase For Bel! The Courts Little Rock-W)-The "Consumers* 1 Finance Committee" may spon- soi a constitutional amendment in the- Nox'ember general election to legalize certain loar and credit charges that the Arkansas Supreme Court has ruled usurious.! Camden, Ark.-m-The city ot The proposal would amend the j Camden will actively oppose an- section of the slate constitution other rate increase for the South- that limits stated interest charges; western Bell Telephone Company, on loans to 10 per ctnt by ?.llow-j The City Council last night Ing the legislature to authorize I ordered City Attorney James additional legal charges that loan i Rowan to join in the fight against companies can make for services' the proposed boost. Little Rock, or expenses. The amendment : North Little Rock and Fort Smith would also provide that the d i f - ! previously announced their inten- ference between a time sale and a ' tion of combatting the increase. cash sale price would not be con-! * *~ ildered interest. ' The proposed amendment was published today, the deadline. In order to place the proposed amendment on the ballot, petitions must be circulated and 30,000 signatures of qualified voters obtained before July 4. The action of the committee, headed. ^.^ ^i- by Walter Guy of Little Rock, was! Miller: Verdict for plaintif7s in the result of the Supreme Court's amount of $150 against defendant ruling two weeks ago that sections o! the 1951 small loan act were void because they allowed more than the 10 per cent interest legal under the constitution. On May 26, the court issued a ! Julian O. Mohar, Omaha, Neb:, further warning that m the f u t u r e i and Mrs. Mildred Amsey, Tulsa, it would consider any charges okla., were married June'3 by the above 10 per cent of the face Rev. J. Robert Moffett. Tame of a transaction usurious.! C. 1. Mclntosh. Jr., Arlington, Several finance company pres-i- j Texss, and Miss Carole Ann Dunn, dents predicted the riling would Fsyetleville. were married May run them out of business, or seri- 31 by the Rev. Marius J. Lindloff. ously curtail their activities. Max Newport and Miss M a r y Tctcr. both of Fayctteville, were married May 31 by the Rev. E. M. Felte. Circuit Court Fayctteville Plumbing and Heat- Company vs Mrs. George Warren, Kefauver Capture Delegations In California Texas Slayer Dies In Electric Chair proprietor. a* wltt ll« Uinec--read ttM TIMES Br Mi» Tanta Liter A new, new idea in gifts for convalescents, new mothers . . . as a m a t t e r of fact for anyone who enjoys the unusual . . . a most b e a u t i f u l bed jacket and pillow . sham to match. Really the newest thing to come to Silverman's in Fayc-ttcvillc. Made of sheer batiste this set matches perfectly even tn the pocket which is an added feature on both pieces. In white with blue dots or white with green. Going away this summer or just staying at home Silverman'i has just the thing for leisure hour comfort. Nationally advertised Fadarounds, a cozy companion in house shoes that take little space in your suitcase as they are feather light. Hand washable in red, blue or dusty rose satin. See them today at SilTirman'i. Campbell-Btli Corn! Dtpl. is featuring a most unusual and novel lingerie accessory all young women should enjoy very much . . . The Cinch Strapless Bra which is in reality three pieces of lingerie in one . . . Waist cincher, strapless bra and garter belt in lovely Nylon lace and Nylon youth elastic. Just the thing lor summer wear for sun dresses, formal occasons and for taking on vacation In sizes 32-34-36. And you might keep in mind that Campb«ll-Bell always has nationally advertised names in bras. Cotton or Nylon. Visit their Corset Department today. Summer time is play time for young and old alike and it is wise to keep in mind the many accessories you will need to make this one extra pleasurable. While you are buying your play clothes and bathing suits stop in at the Fay«lievill« Drug Slore on the cast side of the square and complete your vacation needs. At the moment they have a special price on Sun Glasses which every member of the family will need. Also lest you forget, they have bathing caps, swim goggles, many types of sun tan oil, beach balls, rubber toys for , the children's water sport, cameras, film, and cosmetic bags for the ladles. Always shop Fay«ttxTillc Drug first lor drug needs. San Francisco-(JP)-Republican*Gov. Earl Warren and Democratic Sen. Zstes Kefauver captured California's big delegations to the national conventions with better than two-to-one margins today. Both victories over uncommitted slates in yesterday's heavy voting presidential primary came as no surprise. There was possibly wide significance, however, in the double rebuff suffered by Truman Democrats. Administration allies not only lost to Kefauver but saw the pro- Truman Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate drop his own party nomination to the Republican incumbent. Warren won all 70 GOP delegates to back his quest for his party's namination. He defeated a pro-Taft slate technically pledged to Rep. Thomas H. Werdel. who quarreled with the governor's espousal of progressive policies. Kefauver bowled over a "free choice" slate of 68 Democratic delegates, headed by Atty. Gen Edmund G. Brown, and originally organized to support Presiden Truman. Returns from 12.137 of the state's 19.730 precincts gave Warren 528,768,, Werdrl, 240,264. On the Democratic side 12.043 precincts gave Kefauver 574,030: Brown 244,220. Republican Sen. William F Knowland, 44, delivered what may be taken as another slap at the administration by sweeping both party nominations for reelection u n d e r California's cross-filing system. Fo« O( Trumtn California's senior senator, an outspoken foe of Truman's foreign and Fair Deal programs, trouncec Democratic Rep. Clinton McKinnon of San Diego, a Truman sup. porter, on both tickets. Both entered on each other's ticket. Knowland was appointee by Warren in 1945 to succeed the late Sen. Hiram W. Johnson, only other senatorial candidate to score a double victory in a California primary. The senatorial vote: Democratic (9.701 precincts) Knowland 351,900; McKinnon 217.331. Republican (9,7fll precincts) Knowland 482,126; McKinnon 54,926. Naval Academy Honors Middies In June Week Annapolis, Md. - (/P) -Midshipmen spruced up for another parade, today as the Naval Academy "June Week" reached the halfway point. Athletes got their awards at yesterday's full dress parade, and the "brains" were to be given bouquets today. The fop award goes to the honor man of the graduating class, the one who compiled the highest scholastic average. Today the first of 19 ships started arriving to take midshipmen on six-week cruises to Europe. It's OPEN SEASON For COSSLESS anytime anywhere! Open-faced sandal thot'j free to the breeze, «oft ai iti glove-supple leather and fluff-felt platform. Fits your playclothes wardrobe as well at it does your foot with its adjustable, custom-fit toe-strap. Fin your pocket, too. WHITE ELK $ 6 95 Good Shoes Properly Fitted DOROTHY DIX -CONTINUED fROM PACK roOW less obvious, that's all! The boy is about to take a man's place in the world; he should be prepared for the responsibility by learning self- reliance now. Seeing that he ccts it in proper doses is one of a parent's most difficult tasks; it cannot be undertaken without God's help! Hunts\ ille. Toxas-iflV Herman Lee RDSS. hunch-backed Neuro '· . sliiycr, died cursing in the rlrctnc ! I chair at Texas Slate Prison short- j Mv after midnight. Ross, a trvistfvl dwarf, was c-ar- . ricd intn the death chamber. Hr- i was convicted of murdering Guido i Nesti, Oalvrston liquor store! Itching Another Minute Whit erer your skin trouble may h*. Head to foot. Safe for children. WONDER. 1 .^ Sold in FiytHtTllle by Quaker Ricktits, tnd Fay«ittvillt Drug Stor*t; or your hometown druggist. · Vtrb*na», Petunias, Scarlet Sig* and Many Other Flowering Plants 0 Tomato, Pepper and Egg Plants · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Seeds A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phono 110 11 N. Block *A Worl.y FcrguwM PIMM this M a GOSPEL MEETING Church of Christ Fortnington, Arkansas JUNE 1 through 10 Daily I P.M. WORLEY FERGUSON ItntonvilU, Ark. SPEAKER JIM SIZEMORE F.y«ntvill«, Ark. Song L*«d«r EVERYONE WELCOME il MTitation to .ttnU HMM MTTICM Mch »lf fc» DAISY The Queen of the Month Yes, Daisy the Cow is Queen of June because this is National Dairy Month... a time set aside each year to remind you just how important dairy products are in your daily diet. Daisy well deserves your appreciation. Show it to her by using more and more of this greatest of all foods. Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister and especially Baby know there's no substitute for milk and its byproducts. No other food contains iron, niacin, vitamins C, D, and G, all in the proper health- building proportions required by the human body. Children stay healthy and thrive on wholesome foods when they've eaten well-balanced meals * that include country-fresh dairy products. Make sure your menus include a generous portion. Behind the steady growth of a strong America stands the dairy industry ... the industry dedicated to serving you and your family with life-giving, energy-building dairy products. This month all America salutes your dairymen, the guardians of your health! Dairy Queen Fayetteville Milk Co. The Pasteurized Milk Co. Patton Creamery Co. C. A. Swanson Sons, Inc. Ward Ice Cream Co.

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