Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 16, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 16, 1952
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fr---NOtmWBT AHUUMAS TIMB, tesfrictfonsOn Ivertising Hit By Press Group v. Resolution Adopted I* By Association In * Session Here Humphrey (D-Mlnn j iri · ttttc- ] mcnt In the Senate, Humphrey ' said that he wnx nviking a xtudy I to determine whether institution;!] advertising bclnx used by business concerns in opposing n number of proposed laws could be eliminated us tnx deductible expense. In their resolulion HIP news-' paper publishers chanted that, j "certain uses o/ Ihe public rela- i lions medium have been attacked I by Senator Humphrey, whrj would ! deny to business concerns t h e ' right to use paid advertising spare | in exposing unjust restrictions , Imposed by governmental ngen- i eics without being subjected to Members of the Arkansas Press ' tan penalty. · Association Saturday unanimously i .. Any M)ch gmernmPnM pl . rilll . adopted a resolution railing on thc|| z | njt O f Ihe use of paid arivertls- Candidates For Governor Perk Up Campaigns Proposed Amendment To Change Highway Setup Under Fire I B.r The Aiuoclited Press Three of the five Democratic . · I M I M K ui me U»B 01 pain nnvrni-i- * uhcrnil , l '"' iil1 ""didates Rot in ·tile's representatives in Congress | n(! would constitute not only an " om , c v * orou " acliv "y ov " ««! to oppose any effort to penalize ! infringement on the right of husi ' wcckcn(l as a " "' "inm entered I business tar presenting its side of ,, CM ,,, pu i,| lc | zc fm ,, y t h e I n j u r ) . «M«dveS n °" t " r " u ' lh .''U« e««t of unwise regulation, TM ^*' '· of bureaus and agencies of the The rejMhitinn, adopted on the j government, hut also deprive final day of the association's meet-; those engaged in public relations Ihe Highway Department from control of the governor's office as o "complete farce.'" Tackett said "it does not remove the department from control «t the governor. The system allows the governor to appoint five commissioners on staggered terms who will be completely dominated and controlled by the governor during- his (wo or more years in office." Governor McMalh and Attorney ; General Ike Murry, also can- j dictates for governor, claim credit continued to schedule speeches at various state points. West Fork , hc I Mrs. Ralph Partrick and chil- I dren of Odessa, Texas, who have been guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Corbin, for the past two weeks, have returned home. Karen, who has been staying with her grandparents, returned home with her mother. Other guests of the Corbins this week , ,. " , " " ^"-"" arp: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bond and .,.._.."."!-" men f'_ Tack ? 11 saitl - sons - and Mi " Barbara Macy, all and ptclure onc or . p u s e r ...... ------------ | n f t n c 'rimes-Dispatch at Walnut Ing here, was a.slap at « study be- j counsels of one of the Inntnimcn- Ing sponsored by Sen. Hubert' talitlcs employed lo serve their. DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED PROMPTLY Quick Ssnitary Service Mayelfeville Rendering Service Coll Collect No. 1819 Keep Your Form and Ranch Sanitary clients," the resolution said. | Hirtge, would serve as his cam- "Dufensc of the right to do busi-| p a ' K n director. Murry said Bland ness and serve the public is an wi " work witn Ihe cilizcns-for- Inhcrent part of the business op-! Murry Committee, which will - . , eratlon. Failure of business execu-1 nancllc nis campaign, lives to engage in such defense i Former Attorney Gene-a] Jack ' would mean betrayal of the inter- ' Holt announced that Jimmic Dav rest of employes, stockholders, and , if. farmer gnvcrn,-,r of ] ouhlana , customers," the publishers de; will appear on the program at [ At Ihe luncheon Saturday, the ' next Saturday nhht 'when Itolt ; f i n a l activity of the mnetin;;. Hi, B h i officially opens his cnmnaien ! Park, publisher of the Van Biircn- I Davis is the composer of such ·Press-Argus, told the croup that ! soncs as "You ATM M,. c..,,,':.,_.. announced Saturday t h a t ; of Wichita, Kan and land, owner and publisher ' Mrs. Victpr Boyce and children of Odessa, Texas. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O, Phillips this week are their daughter, Mrs. Marie Long and two daughters, Marcia and Terry their son, Donald Fisher, and a j n'cce, Sharon, all of Kansas City 'Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith and ns Derrel and Charles, of Flint, | Mich., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Karnes this week They also visited in the home of Mr. the "Arkansas Press should got nver its inferiority complex." Park declared t h a t , "There is no need for the Arkansas Press to how its head to anyone it! the matter of superiority." The midyear meeting of both the press association and the Arkansas Newspaper Women ended here Saturday. and "It Make No Difference Now." Holt opened his drive-in headquarters in L i t t l e nock yesterday and called It "highly successful." He said about 600 persons visited the headquarters. He said he also spoke at Searcy Saturday night. Chancellor Francis Cherry of ·Tonesboro held an informal open I house at his Capitol hotel head- C M A A ^ F Y0 " FIMICOVE "" fi " EEIS "«» IIV V 3 L COOK'S COMPLETE SELECTIOI OF I KM ARE VALUES erf DESIGNS TO SATISFY THE MOST EXACTING BUYER! ' Textloor - Sloone'i fomeut ' linoleum with the ttriking textured effect. Lovely coordinated color*. ' Stondadd weight. COSTS V ONLY 27c SQ. FT. T. WIDE Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hall have as their guest this week, Mrs Hall's mother, Mrs. Gussie Melton of Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ray and children of Urbana, III., left Friday after spending two weeks with Mr. Ray's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ray, and other relatives in West Fork. Mr. Ray is attending the University o' Illinois Bud Carter had as his guests Thursday, Kermit Whitier secretary of the Baptist student center in Stillwater. Okla., and Chester Reans, Joe Laudaugh, Bobbie Grew and Glen Nixon, all O f Stillwater. These boys were en route home after attending (he Baptist retreat at Ridge Crest, s. c. Mrs. George Freeze attended a birthday party at the Washington Hotel in Fayetteville, Friday afternoon. The Rev. Ted Sperduto will bring the I I o'clock worship message at the First Presbyterian Church in Springdale, Sunday June 15. ·"' Kay Karnes of Fayetteville spent the first part of the week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Karnes. Mrs. Ben Noel has sold her property to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac caudle, Jr., and given possession, i ne Caudles will move next week. L. O. Ferguson, electronics mate second class, sn of Mrs. Minnie Ferguson of West Fork, is m electrician aboard the U S S Quincy. The ship was re-commissioned after five years in mothballs and marie its first cruise it stopped at the Oakland supply renter to take supplies. 1 -- another Sloane all-over design . . . fine lines of contrasting color on tone-on-tone design. Standard weight. COSTS ONLY 22c SQ. FT. T. WltX INOLEUM TILE STANDARD WEIGHT 9x9-ln. Six* , LOVELY COLORS IN )ASPE AND MARBLEIZED PATTERNS r EA. Jaspe - a po pu | ai . s(oane de . sign .. . brushed stroke grainings practical and highly decorative. Standard weight. COSTS ONLY Me SQ. FT. 6fJ. WIDE * SPECIAL * MARBLEIZED, INLAID LINOLEUM REMNANTS CHOICE COLORS Full 6-Ft. Width $112 | Itaiil Foot [le» Than 19c o Sq. Fl.l NATIONAlir-M/MOUS 9x9-ln, KENTILE DUMBLE, RESILIENT Colors Can't Scuff-Off or Wear-Away . . . " They're Tile-Thick! | CHOOSE HOM 7 DEEP, MARBIEI2EO COLORS H-IN. EACH SUPER! (See Page 10) CHICK SPECIAL 8c i For the WHITEST HOUSE On the Block Use COOK'S Quality HOUSE P A I N T and SUPERWHITE PRIMER Th»x Go On EASIfR! · loot Better/ 1 tojf Longer/ · Stay Whiter/ EITHER PRODUCT VALUE New, SCRUBBABLE WALLPAPERS P/OJlie-Coored for Eojy-ro-C/eon Beoi/fy Many Lovely Designs to Choose from fc : Idlll hr KITCHENS AND BATHS Can Be Scrubbed and Scrubbed! Regularly It'i Easy to hang Wallpaper with this WALLPAPER TOOLKIT Include! all t h e t o o l i n e e d e d t o h a n g y o u r o w n w a l l . P a p e r . WAS $!.*· $139 Icwnni COOK'S PAINT Urn rovr Cre*f of Cool'i · NO DOWN EAST SIDE SQUARE PAYMENT · Up to M Monfhi fo foyl PHONE 526 each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery r. o. ·« m «c ' T»tt*k«l im m m .WATER HEATER 7 4.4 fifit* f..rf ··! I FwwaB. . . . 100% w..' It pito IMH li ' («nt km iM« . . (tick B. RUSHING line * NIATINC ee. i m SAFEWAY OUR PRICING POLICY Sufeway will meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor, item-by-item, day-byday, town-by-town, quality and condition of merchandise considered. · Prices Effective Today Thru Wednesday Kim, Vitamin Rich Tall Can Town House Grapefruit Star-Kist Chunk Style Highway, Bart left in Syrup Pears Texas Yellow Bermuda Onions Folgers or Maxwell Houe Coffee California, Pure Cold Lemons Wax Paper Cut Rite Krispy or Busy Baker Crackers Vigo, Horse or Beef Dog Food 46-oz. Can No. 1 Flat Can No. 2'/ 2 Can -Ib. ib". Can Ib'. 125-ft. Roll Ib. Box 16-oz. Can 9 19 C 29 C 32'I 8' 79 C 19! 2!? 23' 10 C All Flavors Soft Drinks ^ 19 UGDOSIT ^^ ^^ Small Lean PorkChons 69 Crisco or Snowdrift · -- - - · » » *rm W I I ^ W U I I I I Shortening r- 79 Honavkir^l CA.I. D:U..J ^^^ Honeybird Sour Pitted Pie Cherries" 2 22 fjJMwry or Kitchen niicbury or Kitchen Craft Family Flour. 45 c All LA a ri . . "^ ^^ All Meat, Skinless "«··, dmniess Frankfurters b 47 Tid.,Du«,D r .ft,S u r f.lR ini0 · · f · Washing Pfc-25 1 SAFEWAY

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