Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 5, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
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MMI-1MSI TUMI. TWwfcy. JWM 5, ,iillips' Family Attends Meeting 01 Iris Society Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Phillips and daughter. MHIK.M. ..| i;u:j North \Vfil nut Avenue, returned recently from altrndnin ;ui ;iinui- al ron\entinn fif Ihf Amonr;in Iri.-s Soeirly, more cntJiuscd about · '-(wine: I he f lowers Hum ever. And at the present liu- Phillip f.unily !i;i;- '2i)\j vjinoiif-.-, blooming in season at their home. More Ihnn 301) ;jcrsnns atlend-cd the cessions in St. I,nu;:; -- the American Iris Soc.piy Ji.if, 5,fioo members, and a number of .sn- fieties are funclinuiiv; in foreign lands as well. The souely was founded 20 years jifcn i n ' \ V a - h - ington, D. C., and now has headquarters in Nashville, Tcnn. The con vent inns are planned well ahead so that dinicc varieties can be teslrrl and flrnwn in the convention city. Next year the annual session will he held in Co.-Ion. and the next year in Sail Lake City. When the society fin-l was organized there were H.OOO to 1U.OIHJ varieties of iris grown, Phillips le- ports, but have been trimmed down ( until there are "in commerce" at the pre.-ent time some 2,000 \ariefics. New Gl Bill Of Rights Gels Approval Of House Washinston-i.-Ti- T h e H n u s r voter! nvcrwhelminclv tnd:iv in favor of a now GI Bill nf riijhts fnr volcrans tlischarsccl from the arnipd forces ?inrc fiqhtmg began in Korea June 27. 1950. The roll call vote was 3(jl !o I. "'he lunc riissentrr was Representative Deverraux iR-Md'. onr- timr eoininanrin- of tro Marine Carrisiin on Wakr Islam!. The l)il! now toe- !u ihe S"iia!e. Newspaper In Bolivia Finally Gives Up i.s PJ.V. Bnihia-'/Ti La Ra/..n. largest newspaper in Rolhia. iuis finally yivcn up liope of resinning puhlieatinn and ha^ ciismi:;srrl its 300 emp^ves. The paper, \vhtc-h ' opposed * e National revolutionary Movement lino no! appeared since Affril !). when ihe MKK revolution erupted against the military government and placed Victor Paz Estcnssoro in power. AlUmuuh ihc Al;ik:m fur seal spends imicli of its life in the water, it must learn to swim. Saxton Gains Easy Win Over Rawlings ; Chita j;n-i/IVMnsrular Johnny Saxlon foilnwerl out hi- plans (if fi'ou'dinj;. r o v r r i n g and ronnectiiifi to whip ranpy Luther Jifm'lings last niphl and register his UUth consecutive ring victory without a lois. The New York welterweight, out-weifihing his Chicago oppu- ncnt H7 to 14-1 pounds, showed oil his steaming left hook and , i-luse-in artistry before a mere 2,. · 1 ) 1 cu.stoinci'.s in Chicago Sladiuni. In piling up a big edge in point, .scoring from both judfics and the rtferee, tlic 22-year-old Saxlon rc- · jjeatcriiy fnrced his 5 foot II h : inch foe into the ropes with left hooks and pounded him with lefts and righis. Rawliji£.s absorbed his ninth de- · feat in -42 pro bout:. j WILL WORK CONTINUED FROM PAGE OST j mm. Eisenhower handletl each i iiucs'lon ns it eamr, never resort- ' ins to the "no comment" device. ! He sometimes said Hn Hirfn't know, · but usually had an answer to ' queries. ; Kramer! in the bright lixhls f"r ' mo\ 10 anri television ramcras, the · fienci;il talked rapidly for most of the W minulps in which he was ; 'juoytioncd. i lip cui off Hie L-onferencc at Mie : end of that time, without waiting for the usual "thank you" hy which reporters signify thev are throuRh. ' " ; In Power Long Enough "One parly has been in power too lone," Eis*nhowrr said yes-, tcrday in a major speech here. : Eisenhower made four muin ; points: 1. A r;ill for enopcrfilion be- ' tweeu Ihp "rcunomic plt'nicnls of our muntry." 2. The necessity of battling inflation, bringing the national budget "undrr control." and taking "the first step back to a sounil dollar." 3. Taxation, "it becomos doubly necessary to sco that waste, duplication and extravagance are eliminated." ·1. The charge that there has! central government of functions ' that belong to local communities ! and to individuals." j Eisenhower aku urged continued '· cooperation uitli our Allies in the ; fight against Communism and called fnr a foreign policy si lipped of all "mystery." Areas Set Up For Training In Japan Tok.\o-'/T'-The IJ. S. Japan | ,Jnii!t Cnniniittee reporter! today Hi naval and J2 air training areas h -ve been created for use by American forces in Jnpan. Glow worms are flightless fe- inales or larva of fireflies. Keep np with the Vint in Fayetteville · Vtrb«nai. Ptiuniai, Scarlet Sage and Many Other Flowering Planti ^Tomato, Pepper and Egg Planli 0 Summer Blooming Bulbt and Flower Seeds A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phono 310 13 H. Black Cotton Dress Speci Summer cottons in cool broadcloths and sheers . . . perfect for travel, perfect for stay-at-home comfort. Choose a choice armful of pretty new styles in shadow-cool shades. Sizes 9 to 15. Unbelievable at this low price. ANNOUNCEMENT; MARTHA'S BEAUTY SHOP 7!/z E. Mountain Formerly Alice's Shop Martha Jobe, Gladys Allen--Operators Phone 2331 ALICE'S BEAUTY SHOP 672 Lollar Lane Formerly 7Vi E. Mountain Alice Dorset--Owner and Operator Phone 620 NOTHING 100% NYLON SEERSUCKER Sport Shirts They are here at last! Though we have received several hundred shirts, the demand is so great that we will soon sell out. So don't delay, come in today. · WHITE · LIGHT · GRAY · MAIZE · TAN BLUE SPECIAL PRICE Come Choose Several for the Man i\ Your House Puckered Nylon is as cool os a beach breeze, with special aptitude for travel. Easy to wash, dries in a few minutes. No ironing. Natioaallv Known Brands Hlmlfc OT -POPULRR PRICES *tt_*\ Cotton, Denim, Wool Skirts A special purchase of $5.98 values plus many from our regular stock. Sizes 10-16 while quantities last. $098 O Nylon Hose Two famous brands from our regular stock. Both 60 and 51 gauge in spring and summer shades. Broken sizes. Values to $1.59. Special Purchase Cotton Dresses Featuring famous Don River fabrics. Wrinkle resistant. Sizes 9-15' 10-20' 14'/2.-24'/ 2 . Reg. $5.98 Values $098 W basement 89, Brassieres Famous Pcrma-Lift bror in both strapless and regular styles. Broken sizes from 32 to 38. Nylons and cot- lons. Regular $2.50 ot $3.50. $|25 $175 Sportswear Reduced Add charm to your cottons 1/3 Two-piece dresses, sun dresses, sport suits, jackets from our regular stock , , . labels you know. Broken sizes. mam floor front White Pique Petals Only $3.95 ·* OTHERS TO $5.95

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