Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 16, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 16, 1952
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If--NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMM, tayttlevllle, ArkoitML Monday, June 16, 195] MauverAndTaftSluglf Out In Television Debate Washington-Wl-If it should be* Taft of Ohio vs. Kefeuver of Ten-; |n |he s( . ri . s hc w i M lak( . arti . ntisee i n the main pres dcntiul . , . . , . bout you can look for a free-! ''«· """v.ews, photographs, winging battle right up to the magazine stories and other aspects knockout. The two senators s t a g e d a nf writing. Mrs, B. B. Patrick of Sprintfdalc Buckner Mr. and Mrs, Vcrnon Bclotc entertained with a parly Thursday night. All guests received prizes, and Mrs. Mnurine McBroom received a surprise gilt. Refreshments were served to 23 guests by the hostess, assisted by her daughters, Mis« Shirley Bclote and Miss Betty Bclote. Mrs. Hclone FUzjerald, who has sloves-off demonstration nf t h i s j ^ j n cn:irKe O f arrangements for I on teic\islon us n R t. · ^ c p en pnint CluK jiponsor for thel it the hottest broadcast of the | ycrlc.s. Jack Carlis'p Is in chartfc year--and opparenlly he wasn't -if enrollment in F-ivettcvlile. A! talking .about the weather. "Slur!" ncpublican Taft rricd at otie point. 'Then I'll take it hack," Democrat Kefauver offered. Thut was easily the fire;ttebt display of senatorial courtesy that occurred as the legislators--e*ich leading his party in the number of convention delegates--debated foreign policy »nd a slate f u l l of other issues on "American Forum of the Air." Once Kefauver called Taft an Isolation lit. "Oh, no! no!" the Ohioan objected. Again, K e f a u v e r -- w h o Rained fime as a television crime-prober ^-snid It's necessary to weed out racketeers and fixers at all levels. '"Senator Kefauver and I seem tit agree," Tuft interjected, "that ifre ought to throw the administration out on the Issue of dishonesty." Btty Day The series of barbed exchanges wound up a busy day for both candidates. ·'.Taft had been on television earlier and he said, among other things, that It's now or never so far as his presidential hopes arc concerned. "I'm 62 years old," he Mid, "and I'll never run for president again." But he said he thinks he has Just about enough voles to win the nomination this time. ^What about Gen, Dwight P. i Elsenhower's description of hiin- »eU, in a Detroit speech Saturday. U a "No-Deal" candidate? Taft said he has made no deals, either--and owes no political debts to anyone. Beit Man For Job Was it quite cricket, he was ·aked, to choose a Tnft supporter, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, as the COP convention keynoter Taft said it would be hard to find somebody who,hasn't takei Attic* The thing to do, he added, Was to find the beet man for tho Job. Kefauver also took part in nn f«rll«r Sunday telecast--playing a ««1 11(0 Father's Day rolo with his children, his wife Nancy, his Sl-year-old father and sundry friends sharing the camera view of the senator's hack yard. It was all as relaxed n« malted milk at b«dtlme, but Mrs, Kefauver confided that 11 still w»i too exciting for her tnstcs. ' After the Chicago convention, win or lose, s-hc said, "we're going down to the farm In Tennes«ee Rnd take off our shoes and really relax," Kefauver himself had a word --"ridiculous"--for Eisenhower's ttatemcnt that the federal budget can he reduced some 40 billion dollars in the next few years. "I think he must have been thinking about something else," Kefauver said His daughter, Diane, didn't get Into the backyard act, but the camera picked her up, looking somewhat wistfully out of an up. Stairs window. She had mumps. fee will U-f been the gusit of her parents {or the past two weeks, has returned to her home at Cotton Plant. Mrs. Frank Rupert, a patient at City Hospital, is reported improving. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Damon and sons arc visiting in Charlotte, S. C., this week. Erma Krebble is vacation- Ing at Palm Beach, Fla. | ed Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. at Mr. and Mrs. Thorn Yates have i ^ ' h ° m ° "' M ""' "^ M "' ^""^ moved to the Norman Ferguson j == property. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sell left Saturday for a vacation trip to San Francisco, Calif. They were accompanied by Mrs. Tom Lee of Kansas City, Mo. Prayer services will be conduct- BUY YOUR TELEVISION From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP HUDSON REPAIRS A SPECIALTY See BOB HALL for a Free Estimate on this Popular Car. W H I T E L E Y ' S G A R A G E Corn«r of School b Mountain WED.-THUR. A P O L L O FRIDAY-SAT. Four Bodies Recovered After Sloop Capsizes · East Dennis, Mass. - (.·!) - The Coast Gunrd hns recovered the bodies of four of seven persons whose 18-foot sloop capsized in · quail Saturday nifiht off this Cape Cod resort. Search will rc- ·ume today for Ihc other three. One man--trapped In the rigging --and a boy were found in the sloop. The other two bodies were floating nearby. They were identified as William Minini, 10, son of a Prnmlngham lawyer; Dolores Giumctti, 23. of Necdham, a Boston secretary; Krtc . Sanchionc, 34, of Ncedham. a : construction company office man- j «Ber, and James Murlcy, 2H, o f , Boston. 1 The Coast Guard said Sanchi- onc's sister, Stella, 22. also of! Needham; Donald Anistaisi, 20. ·nd his wife Angela, 24, of N e w - ! ton, arc missing and presumed l o : hive drowned. Writing Classes To Be Held At Springdale All phases of successful mnja- rlno writing will he covered by [*onard Snydcr, widely-published writer and writer's coach, in a live-night lecture smi'v at Spring- dilc. June 23 lhroueh'27. A resident nf Norman. Okla , Sn.vder ·h»s just returned from New York Ctty. Mondav evening S'n.vdcr will »arvey the ·ii.u-nzir,.. nHrl a n d ] niotlinv; of i .. o rv . Later i » _ Ni miner .. fk*r i*r tr * r - . , , : WMlhtrprMf «nd PlrtpiMf BMiillful Colon PHONE Mil ;, roil mce ESTIMATE CLARK VENETIAN lUND A AWNING CO, '· M vnmmu GOOD NEWS for NORTHWEST ARKANSAS can all these energy and health building Vitamins your favorite loaf of bread r Mothers- You'll give every member of your family larger amounts of Vitamins and Minerals so essential for healthful body development simply by serving Super-Enriched bread at every meal. Growing youngsters require extra amounts of these essential nutrients for building strong, healthy bodies and work- jers also need plenty of extra nourishment to restore energy and prevent quick tiring. Try this simple, easy way to insure a better balanced diet for your family (... at no extra cost to you. ' ''l*» ' " ^Mt^ 'iijiS* VITAMIN Bi ·pptlitt. prlvinlt ctrlain nirvoul d,i- " '"'"" '§ ,.,.,, lo, good ,,t blond end p:f vtnti anemia · JS% ·! M.mffiwn tf.,1, , ( qy,, lffln r p ~'K\.~* ^$ VITAMIN 82 luenni and tontioli ilm diiordtri; p, o d o , ,, ' "" ' " *^UJ CALCIUM fiifnl.ol 'or ilrong bonn and gaod letlh. regulolei Ihe hear! beat, necn- laiy 'or ihe clotting of blood m ta« · «*., -- .*,,,,.,. « . ' NIACIN v«nn ik.n ond mouih infloTmioioft, · JI-. 0 f n,,n,-, H m d a , f ,,,,, V VITAMIN D Hslpt convert CdlfuHi ond r-hoiphor. out iilo itiong bonei end gooo Ireih; prettnli Ricketi m ch.ldten. ·"*·'"""""'·'"'·'« SHIPLEY'S HOLSUM B R E A D No other bread gives you so much body building nourishment Wo/f«r H. CdJy, I.S.. M.D., PH.D., famed food authority 1071; "Sup«r-fnricd«d brtad conloini mor of tht ·iitnljo/ Vitamim and Mintroli than ordinary tnrichtd hrtad . . . (our Vifommi 0,, J a , D ond Niacin and Iwo Mmtro/i Calcium and Iron . ., mort in Irind, mort in quon- lily. Ihtif additional nulricnti or* a rtal contribution lawardt a buttr bofonctd dut," In tht chart abort Of tddy britfly d»icrib»t tht functioni ant furpOHi ef frit Vilom/ni and Mintrali found in Suptr- lnricht/1 brtad. Here is proof that Super-Enriched bread is more nutritious! This chart shows a comparison of the percentages or Amounts of the average minimum daily requirements of several essential Vitamins and Minerals which are furnished in one-half pound (about 8 slices) of Super-Enriched bread as compared with other breads. Note that Super-Enriched bread supplies about 30% more Bi, B:,. Nlacin and Iron plus substantial percentages of Vitamin D and] Calcium, ·"SUPCR-ENRICHCO" MCANI MORE VITAMINS AND MORE MINERALS-MORE IN KIND AND MORE IN QUANTITY; Vitamin »i Vitamin Bi Nlacin Iron ' Vltwnln D Calcliw, SUPCR :hod Bread 1 70",'o i 25% 6.5 mgs. '; $5% ' 3S% . 35% Older Ireadl 55% 17Vi% ! Smiv 40% No claim VariMJ

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