Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 20, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 20, 1952
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JO--MOKTHWtST AtKANSAS TIMES. Fayetteville, Aikonwjt Friday, Junt 20, 1*52 MI uiving More Influence To Marines Up To President '· WashinRton-M'l-A bill r a i s i n g the size of the Marine Corps, nnri fivlng the Leathernecks more in- the bill would let the president: E. H. Cook, and his sister, Mrs. use the Marines as a kind of priv- [ Paul Lawrf-nce. ate army any place in the world . Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lewis and whenever he felt like it. Senators daughters of Mt. J ' o l l v , were Long (D-La) and Senator S t c n - ' guests of the Rev. and Mrs. (i, C. nls (D-Mlssj assured him it would jidwi^II Wednesday do nothing of the sort. Anv such M r 5 Frcd M c C l l i s , i o n has ,, s hcr impression, they said, could he ,,,,,,,.,,. , ]cr molh( , Mr; ,, ohc ,. t it!i the Marines-would sign the Braced to a loosely-worded r port H;jslrt | anr , M i s s nc .| jmj;i Cook| mr-asure initi law or risk another controversy by rejecting it. The president and the Marine bv the Cor House Armed Services both of L i t t l e Hock. W i l b e r Carney second-best in one famed row AB£0-MATK Aitemtic Washer M a r i n e s happened In be holding a commandant status on the Joint (·(·invention at the time, and raised j Chiefs of Staff equal to that of the ! the roof. Truman aptilogi/.cd to : N«vy, Air Force and Army m f m - th(-m in person. j hers. The joint chief. 1 : opposed this. Con-iderable enthusiasm--no- j A compromise, fashioned to meet · Come in nd SEE the D I G D I F F E R E N C E c h i t pun ABC- -MAT1C fir iheid of otfcw vaiheri. li'i imoolher, ·'Jtler, qiletcr, more efficient S M I T H MDH) 4 APPLIANCE ··"·'"" ~-- f ! body used ihc word propaganda | this lime---mi the parl of rx- ! Marines in Congress put steam i behind the new bill which whipped through both Houses yesterday by UMimmoufi vnico voles. Thereupon, Senator Douglas {D- 111,}, ii wounded und decorated Marine officer in World Wnr JI. I congralulfllcd Congress. | DoiiRlns said the bill, of which · he was a sponsor, would keep the Joint Chiefs of Staff from scut- t l i n g the Marine Corps as a combat organization. That, he snid, ; hurl been urged by some Army : and Air Force generals. i Senator Hickcnlooper ( R - I o w a ) ''delayed Senate approval for a lit' tie while. He wanted to know if all objections, was v/orkcd out. Conference in LJIylhcviile the R e v . " S. O. Patty was returned to t h e : Methodist Church in Prairie, Grove for another year. Mrs. HOW.I rd Clnuiing, who j has been the guest of her brother, i NEED A NEW ROOft ASBESTOS SIDING? No Monty Down Eaiy Monthly Ptrnunli DYKE LUMBER CO. HI II. Cheilee THE GREAT IMMORTAL MOTION PICTURE THB OMATEST HUMAN INTINHT STORY EVER FILMED BIG AS THE HEART OF HUMANITY SEE FAMILIES TORN APART BY SLAVERY Starting SUNDAY PALACE Adul " Children . . 50c . lOc The compromise, now past Con- j L E M a u p i n , an( | i lcr s i s i cl -, Mrs! Rrcss and resting on Truman's u oufi | a ,; Cumminis, has returned rlesk._ would do these things lor | lo hc ,. nomc in B u n k c , H i ] ) | Va . 1. Put their commandant on the i n . 'II D T A T Joint Chiefs with a volte in policy j DenrOnV.lle r. I . /V 1 0 or strategy matters that "rlireclly SoOHSOr ChcSt X- conccrn the Marine Corps." I · 2. Assure them Independence: B e n t o n i v i l l e - ( S p e c i a l ) - M r s . C. fiom the Navy, of which they are ! ?. Sanders, president of the Bena part, as far as size and o r g a n i z a - j tonvillc P.T.A., has announced tion arc concerned. | that the P.T.A. will sponsor the 3. Allow them permanently in | mobile chest X-ray i m i t u h i c h is peacetime to build up to 400,000 j scheduled to be here July 3. Those men and officers of three divi- '· who will assist are Mrs. Guy A,t- sions and three air wings, with no j wood, Mrs. Bub Rov.-ley, Mrs. manpower ceiling at all in war or emergency. The corps Is now limited to onc- All Candidates For Governor Push Campaigns Speech-Making Takes Spotlight In Arkansas i I.iltle Rock-(/P|-All five condi- ' dfitcr, for t h e Democratic n o m i n a - tion for governor cither spoke yesterday ;mr] tort nifiht or laid the groundwork for f u t u r e .speeches. Rep. Boyd Tackutt of Nashville told gatherings in Stamps, Buck- ·. ner, Bradley and Lewisville t h a t ' I "ripe plums" from highway cquip- I inent dealers and contractors are ! why politicians keep control of . the Highway Department. j He said '·[ will not accept one penny of financial backing from road equipment dealers or conj tractors." : Governor McMath, a third term j candidate, spoke in M a r i n n n a yes: ten-lay afternoon. And .lack Holt. I.ittle Rock attorney and former · attorney £enei j al. ;·".·]'·' "" m increased taxes in a speech at Berryville last night. ! Holt also announced that he ' w i l l speak Saturday, June 28, at a f u l l scale political rally in Malvern. Atty. Gen. Ike Murry, another candidate, said he will speak at a Perryville, Ark., rally on Saturday. June 28. A Women's Committee for Ike Murry in his hometown of Fordycc said yesterday it would go to Brinkley. Forrest City, West Memphis, Osceola, Focahontas. Walnut Ridge, New- oort, and Searcy next Monday and Tuesday. Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro moved into Southeast Arkansas yesterday In his campaign. ' BOWL FOR PLEASURE Jim Demon Bowling Lanes--Adv. Keep IB "IIS Ike time*--read ·h» TIMES d»ll» 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 Corner of School k Mountain Johnny Vermillion, Mrs. Mndge Pcwell, Mrs. Mid-; Ely, ?4rs. Joe Johnson, Mr.s. Nola De Lauis, f j f t h the peacetime power of the | Mrs. Sanders and Miss Jackie Navy and has a strength of about 214,000. Prairie Grove Mrs. Ralha Lane, mother advisor of the Prairie Grove Rainbow Assembly, and Barbara Patrick, Bobbie Curtsinger, La- Vonnc Phillips, Sue and Coretta Wilson, Nadine Ncal, Mary Nell Geiger. Jcphalinc Henson, Shirley Curtsinger, and Camilla Bidwell returned Wcdncsda frum Fayetteville where they had spent three days attending the 25th Arkansas Grand Assembly of thn Order of Rainbow for Girls. The girls stayed at the Delta Gamma house while on the campus. James Lecil Patty, who has been the guest of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Patty for several weeks, has returned to Ann Arbor, Mich.^where he w i l l study this summer on his master's degree in music at the University of Michigan. The Federated C l u b m e t Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips for a co-operative luncheon meeting. Mrs. J. S. Harlan, president, presided at a short business session at which time the '52-'53 yearbooks were distributed. Mrs. Mac Thompson of El Paso, Texas, gave a review of the story "My Cousin Rachel." Guests were Mrs. Robert Earl Cunningham of Fullerton, Calif.; Mrs. John Allison and Mrs. Mar Thompson, both of El Paso, Texas; Mrs. H. II. Morrison, Mrs. Ethel Riddle, and Miss Virginia Butler. Assisting Mrs. Phillips as hostesses were Mrs. Frcd Mc- Culstion, Mrs. Clyde Sone, Mrs. J. Frank Holmes, and Miss Kula Butler. H was the last meeting of the club until September. j Mrs. Fred McCuiBtic;i went ! from Florida to New York City | on business. He expects to be back '. in Prairie Grove in a few weeks, j Mr. and Mrs. Magrudor Cook of j Ailington, Va., arrived Wednesday : for a visit with his mother, Mrs. i YarbroiiKh. Mrs. R u t h Simds, Cave Springs P.T.A. president, said that P.T.A. will assist with the X-r;,y u n i t on Friday, June 27, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Used by thousands in reducing diets- -Junge's Roman Meal Bread. !-lS)-tf Lmt TlmM FRIDAY "ANYTHINC CAN HAPPEN' S«l. It Sun. THE CANYONS STILL RING WITH THEIR THUNDERING RAGE! A maddened runaway lion on a terror-rampage, slashing out with fang and claw against the hammering hoofs and fierce fighting fury of a giant untamed king-horse ol the open range! Pluil Mr. Magoo Cartoon, "Fuddy Duddy iuddy" « Sal. -AYC 2 Features I "IORDERTOWN I GUN-FIGHTERS" r'ild fill ELLIOTT GABIY HAYIS in R 0 Y A L L.on ERROL Johnny Downt "PRAIRIE BUCKAROOS" with Connie Haynes Jack TMfarden Now SEE! Now *AY What those who have seen "The AFRICAN Q U E E N " say: "Wonderful show!" "So good I want to see it againl" "Bogart and Hepburn both ore tops!" Take their word it's a great shawl mn ton « VHWUNCII B O G S R T - H E P B U R N 1:00-3:01- 5:10 - 7:15 - 9:20 PALACE TODAY r/ *"*V»-C Open 12:45 ,,._ AND mlmmm Oay Musical Parade "STARDUST ond SWEET MUSIC" ·AYC with Jane FRAZIE Oail PATRICK Berlel Color Cerloen '/; GALLON Vanilia Ice Cream 63c Holland Broi. Locker Plant Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. Phone 27. West Fork, Ark. Big OZARK CORN SHOW TONITE SATURDAY A BATTLE OF WITS FOOTHE WEAVERS Two Loff-Filled Barrels of the Feudinesr Corn You Have Ever Seen . . . . Sho-Time 8:00-10:00 IT'S A HARVEST ·f HI-JINKS ami HIURITYI !· lull otti«i for S Uncle Sam... ) IT'S AN ALL- \ OUT LAUGH ATTACK! Added Fun HILLBILLY STRAW HAT DERBY 110 . . . of "Uncle Zeke's" Straw Hats to bt thrown off the Snack Bar! I ·ff Miniature Golf if Swings · Slide* if Merry-Go-Round if Monkey Village if Pony Rides Late Afternoon Fatigue Office workers, loo, need plenty of nourishing foods fo give them extra endurance and energy fo complete the day's work and prevent early afternoon fatigue. You'll have more stamina and vitality when you balance your meals with Super-Enriched Bread. It's fortified with extra amounts of the six essential vitamins and minerals fhat are needed daily for sound body nutrition and energy (see chart below). Increase your efficiency thru better eating habits. Eight slices of Super-Enriched Bread will supply, supply you with approximately the following daily requirements of these essential vitamins and minerals VITAMIN 75% (OR THREE-fOURTHS) For Normal Appe'.te. Good Diggstion and Healthy Netvti V I T A M I N 25% (OR ONE-FOURTH) '·nportant to Children's Growth, ond lor Htolthy Eyes ond Slin V I T A M I N D 35% (OR MORE THAN A THIRt" buntial for Proper Aiiimilation of Calcium 35T. (OR MORE THAN A THIRD) the Growth of Sturdy Bones, ond Healthy Teeth 55% (OR MORE THAN HALF) Essential to Proper Nutrition of the Body Cells 55% (OR MOKE THAN HALF) h» Good Red Blood Needed (or Good Health SHIPLEY'S SUPER ENRICHED HOLSUM BREAD MORE VITAMINS and MORE MINERALS than any other loaf!

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