Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 12, 1952 · Page 7
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June 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Army Doctor Says Body Armor Under Test Shows Promise * Chicago-(fl)-Body armor looks,; restricted secret data, but it can food for helping American fight- j be said that thus far indications | suddcn cha "* c .-", ins men in Korea, the American I are encouraging," Col. Holmes, of I the Army Medical Corps, declared in a report to the AMA's annual meeting. "It appears," he added, "that , body armor will provide another . means of preventive medicine for i the armed forces and will con- port while declaring that enemy losses in Korea, in kilted and wounded, "have been estimated at from 10 ID 40 to our one." He said that "this wide difference has existed largely because of superior artillery fire and decisive ..ir coverage" but he added that "such circumstances has the potential of Medical Association was told today by an Army doctor. Lt. Col. Robert Holmc= said a chest-and-belly vest, made of compressed fiberglass and nylon, has been under test by the Marines ind the Army as possible protection against .small-arms and shell-i tribute to the total'medical effort | fragment fire. i to conserve the fighting strength." "Results of the present trials are ' Colonel Holmes made this re- NOHTHWEST ARKANSAS THUS, hyrttovlfe. Arlr.ntw. Thunder, JVM II, Wtt Dress Designer Warns Women Not To Put Faith In Elastic Corsets And Brassieres By DOROTHY KOR Associated Press Women's Editor Charles James, the dress . signer, has decided to take on the American corset and brassiere industry as his next opponent. He has forbidden his customers counted for reducing the death rate among Korean wounded as , . . compared 10 those of World War to w p a r *' rdlcs - S ^ s hc: II. Rogers LIMITED TIME ONLY Tussy Ice Cologne Plans are being made by local Masons for dedication of the Rogers Masonic Temple. Saturday evening, June 14. Officials of the Grand Lodge of Arkansas will be in charge of the dedication. A dinner served by Martha chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, is being arranged for between 250 and 300 Masons. The dinner will be held before the dedication. Tod Goodart, worshipful master .of the Rogers Blue Lodge, will be in charge of the dinner ceremonies. The Temple, built at a-cost of be- de. 1 Marine Finds Reception Is Pretty Flashy tween $50,000 and $60,000, is of I when she gets fat she does not Women rannot place thei faith in a piece of elastic to mold them into the form of fashion. The i rca-(/P)-A Marine combat pho- usual girdle adds two inches to the lographer. Tech. Set. Paul F. waist." j Shaner, got a flashy reception as Jle plans to design a group of ! he stcpned out of a Jeep at a for- dresses for the wholesale market j ward Marine ground control in- each season. The wholesale models , terceptor squadron, will be made on the same famous | Invisible xadar rays James "body" that has won the praise of his private clientele. UncorBtted Form Better -lames has made a life study of the vagaries of the female form, and has arrived at the conclusion that, with the proper dress design, it looks better uncorseted. He explains: "The !i?iial woman who buys a size 16 dress is really only a size 12 who has put -on weight. But With U.S. Marine Air Wing, Ko- from air j scanning equipment touched off j simultaneously 40 flashbulbs he j was carrying in a leather shoulder i bag. Three Scents Sentimental Contraband Matchmaker Stunning pastel toned metal cases, so easy to cany in your purse...to have with, you always. Three divine fragrances! ( Cologne can't epill because it's solid. lust stroke on your skin, wherever you may be! RED CROSS DRUG STORE North Side Square brick w:fi a floor space 60 by 140 feet. Included are the lodge rooms, small dining room, secretary's office, kitchpn, and Youth Center where all children of the Rogers community may play under a full-time supervisor. The Scott family held a reunion Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jeffa Scott with her son, Beck Scott, stationed at BigRs Air Force i Base, El Paso; Texas, as the honor suest. Beck arrived Saturday niRht to spend three weeks. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Scott and son of Tulsa, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunt. Dale Kelly, and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Beck and children. Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Poor, of Rogers announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Louise, to I C. L. Harris of El Dorado. The ! wedding ceremony was read Sat! urday, .Tune 7, in the sanctuary I of the First Baptist Church by the i pastor, the Rev. Rel Gray. Mr. I and Mrs. Harris will live in El j Dorado. inflate evenly all over like a balloon. She grows larger in certain places. When she tries to gird herself in with elastic and steel, the. only makes things worse. She redistributes the weight in an unnatural way. A correctly designed dress can conceal it. That's what 1 plan to do." James claims that the.changes in a fashion silhouette stem from Highway Projects Bids Asked By Commission Little Rock - f/P) - Bids on 15 highway and bridge construction projects costinc a total of 3.7 million dollars are invited by the Arkansas Highway Commission, The bids, which include one jnl which--in an earlier phase -- fig ured largely in testimony before the Highway Audit Commission recently, will he opened .lune 25 The commission asked for bid for paving a new section of Highway 64 between Van Burcn anc Alma. Earlier this year, the Audit Butane Dealers To Help Stale tolled Its Taxes On Fuels Little Iliick-M'i-The A r k a n s a s : I Butane Dealers AFScri.ilKin is £. i Ins to help the SI;IK nf A r k a n s a s i I collect taxes on fuels used in hiuh- ! . way vehicles. j ; The association, which onHcri a ' three-day convention here Tuesday, approved a new j-el nf t:ix regulation. 1 ! which would have ifio · butane dealers serve n.i Revenue j Department deputies tn collect Die tax from non-bonded tisrrs at the'' time of purchase. Dealers \MMik! he permitted to keep the money . . collected on t\vn per cent of the taxable gallons to cover lossrs and . the expanse of collecting the lew. · · Robert L. Rcmy of Bnnncvllip! i was elected president of the as-: ·ioc'iation, succeeding .foe K. McKirn ; of Springilale, who wns named Finance Committee chairman. } Leonard Warden, Si', Went Memphis, R. J. Dodson, Camden, and Olen Grounds, Blythcvillc, were elected vice presidents. Named directors were Krancls Weis, Brinkiey, James S. Moseley, Jr., North Little Rock, anil George Delaughter, Spaikman. . AiitrttM to Cw ' Home Chkkn ( firepli«, l»]ri in Chardon. Ohio-W)-B«nty, i pet out «f«in. bantam chicken, doen her e«f laying by the fireplace in the J. C. Rrtdgcrs home. Mrn. Rodgers Kays the chicken wait* patiently outside the door until admitted. Then she walks to an alcove near the ! ftroU* . mr TO 6ffl ASnUN TO SUPER! - new feeling and posture among Commiss.on heard testimony that a few of the world's best-dressed I "TM ml * paiti '" r ""«- c «-»ay for women, who suddenly and for no th L road wcrc discernible reason feel that the time has come to look different. Alert designers remark this new change in stance, and design | clothes accordingly. He says: "American women have gained stomach and lost backside in the last year, entirely through posture. The horrible era of flapper fashions stemmed from a new posture of women, who all at once began The list' of projects none in this area. includec Projects Bill Approved By Committee Petrillo Renominated Santa Barbara. Calif.-(/P)-To the tune of prolonged applause, James C. Petrillo was renominaled yes terday without opposition for tht presidency of the American Federation of Musicians. His electior today at the union's annual convention will be a mere formality Keep vp with tin Urn*--re*4 tlw TIMES «Blty. Washington-^) - A bill that would authorize an appropriation of 52,758,318,000 for military con- standing in a slouch, flattening ] struction projects--including two their chests, sticking out thejr J in Arkansas -- was approved by stomachs. The exaggerated shoul- \ the House Armed Services Com- ders of wartime came from an attitude in which women stood with their shoulders sort of hunched WALLPAPERS FOR EVERY BUDGET 'HERE ARE QUALITY PAPERS AT BUDGET-BALANCING PRICES Regular 211 PATTERNS J ALL NON-FADING COLORS Reg. 3/c Patterns 21 Swrftft---Most Wlttffftst Reg. 64c Patterns 49* · ,^r Kill SUNFAST-WATHfAST Reg. 47c Patterns ^kT^F Rill SUNfAST-WATOfAST fleg. 94c Patterns 69! SUNfAST-WHTttFAST Get MORE VALUE for Your Paint Dollars with ... COOK'S HOUSE PAINT and SUPERWHITE PRIMER tetter 4 Ways.. R V A L U E * GOtS ON EASIER! * LOOKS BETTER! * WEARS LONGER! + SUYS WHITER! e · ONIY Per Gallon in Fives WE'RE PROUD OF THEIR FINE QUAUTYI COOK'S PAII ·N jeer CreM M dsk'i * Re KM hfMtt * · · « · » MM** to EAST SIDE SQUARE PHONE S26 forward. Today's American wo* men are standing straight and slim like a column." Firm Land Boom Slows As Prices Go Up Washington-(^P)-The farm land boom is slowing down, the Agriculture Department said today, because it takes more money to buy and equip a farm than most young men and tenants can scrape together. The average IT. S. farm is worth between $17,000 and $18,000, and that doesn't include machinery, equipment and livestock, the department said. In some areas the mittee Tuesday. The Arkansas projects were $31,165.000 for a proposed jet bomber base near Little Rock and $16,203,000 for reactivation of the Blytheville base. Crosby To Make TV Debut On June 21 New York-(/P)-Crooner Bin? Crosby will make his television debut on Saturday, June 21, with Comedian Bob Hope in a marathon fund-raising appearance for the American Olympic Committee. The Columbia Broadcasting System announced yesterday that it and the National Broadcasting Company would offer the 14Vi- hour program on their nationrl networks starting at 9 p. m., C.S.T. land market has been restricted largely to the farmer who already | Cowboy Actor-Sued owns a farm and equipment and ·· Los Angoles-Wj-C'owTMy Actor to the city investor. |Dick Foran has been sued for di- · · vorce by Susanne Rosscr Foran, An outstanding flavor--Junge's j 28, his third wife. She is a former ' R o m a n - M e a l Bread. 11-19-tf'actress. I \burRcsWillNevwBefeffcr Than fhewarYto Use! X ·f** TRY THIS RtCIM FOR LEMON MERINGUE RE Go*d cookt ·v«rywh«r* know that sugar is one of Ihc most important ingredients in every recipe. Follow this Domino recipe for luscious lemon meringue pic. Discover for yourself why Domino is America's favorite sugar I VA rapt Domkm Extra Ftar (iramilitcd Sugar 6 ttw|n. flour Ffw RnHm i«lt I ntp water .1 cm*, *f*ratt4 3 ttapi. Imttfr or manvriM M r* tern Jukt 2 bpk rated km rM H t B f k M K r Mad pMtry Art Mix I cup Domino Extra Fine Granulated Stigar.flour.few gram* of wilt and 1 A cup water until imooih. You'll find it'i e/uy to blend qukk-di»olvinf Domino with other ingredients. Beat egg yolks; add, with J 4 cup water, tosu- gar mixture. Took over hoi uaicr, s t i r r i n g constantly, u n t i l thick. Cover. Cook lOmin. Add butter or margarine, lemon juice and grated rind; mix well. Pour into pastry shell. Beat egg whiles slitT mil nol dry; gradually add '/j cup Domino Sugar and '/i ' S P- *·'!(. bcatinpconitanlly. Swirl on pic filling Rake in hot oven, 425°l ; ., 10 mm..oruntil browned. For success with all your recipes, he sure to use Domino Pure Cane Sugars. AMIRICA-S LAROIIT SIUINO SUGARS GETLOm PWCES HOW! WE BETTE Blue Tad Sale! Y r o e Eatmore Oleo Kroger's own fin* margarine. Top quality at low priett. 2*39' TOMATOES Fine Quality. Red-ripe. Serves four. 8 Ho. 303 NEW POTATOES, . . Slbs.4* KU u,t Whit.. ·' - r '' - ' Tomato Catsup . . . 2 £ 29* Fiiu quality, rich niluril flivor. Chum Salmon . . . . ,?; ' 43 Pulnn flntiL VALUE PRICED. KROGO ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING ·J Smoked Picnics Armour Star 4 to 6 Ib. ovg. Shonklets. In Viiking. Ib. 45 Frankfurters Armour Star, skinless. Tender, juicy, all meat. Ib. pkg. 55 Watermelons Sweet, red-ripe, Florida melons. U KROGER FLOUR ·leached, fully enriched. 25 ft 1.77 10-lb. tag Tit Ground Beef Kroger made, fresh, lean, pure. Ib. 59 Salt Meat Streaked wtih leon. VALUE PRICE. Center cuts Ib. 27c First Cuts . . . Ib. 19 Head Lettuce Jumbo 4B siie. Firm, crisp, A REAL KROGER VALUE. 21*029' Ivory Flakes 28* Camay Soap 3^25* Lava Soap Smell JOY Liquid Soap WaiWuf

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