Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 30, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 30, 1952
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Some Hoping Truman Will Run Again By DREW PEARSON Washington - (Special) - Despite his reputed and vigorous denials that he could be drafted to run · again, administration Democrats still have hopes that President Truman may change his mind. '· Latest to sound out the president was able Congressman George,' Miller of California, who went to ! the White House last week to seek 1 Truman's support for construe- ' tion of an urgently needed and long-delayed bridge to supplement the old San Francisco-Oak- : land bridge over San Francisco Bay. I Civil defense officials have strongly advocated a second . bridge as a defense measure, in : case the San Francisco-Oakland 1 span is ever knocked out. but a \ local squabble over the proposed i location has held it up. . i Truman assured Congressmen j Miller. Franck Havnnncr, and .lack Anderson of California that he : would direct the Army Engineers : to make an immediate study and report back to him how soon ron- ' structTM (partly with federal : first in fayetteville S ! ESSO STATION Crr. W. Mountain, ft School Sis. PHONE 12 Power town Mowers FOR RENT OR SALE 'T!, RS T STEPS" FOR THE CORPORAL-Cpl. Angel Gomez, of 1 uerto Rico, who lost both legs and his right arm wiirn he was hit by a mortar shell in North Korea, in November of 1051) leaves his wheelchair to take n few steps on his new artificial less The triple amputee is a patient at Walter Reed Hospital, Washington. The summer favorite... makes you want to sew'! Famous Label Suits We can't mention their name but you'll quickly recognize their smart tailoring, their famous msnnosi that never clean-, O ui! It's our leading summer suit . , . al an amazingly low price. 100% Regularly $25.00 1 funds) rnuld get under way. ! kind of talk instead nf ihe line my As his callers were leavinq. opponent? are living, that they are Miller remarked: "Congressman glad the old codger is going to get Havennor and myself are Demo- out." crats.anri 1 think I sneak for both " * '-of us when I say that I wish you In Ihe animal world, only mam- would rerr.Rin here in the White mals have hair. House another four year:-. With ~" i your help, I'm sure we'd have the A normal human skull is com- ! I )nnc "' P"seti of 22 bones. ; | "Thank you, Genrqe." replied ~ * · j ! Truman, flashing his whistle-stop ; An oMMandins fla--_Tunee's' TMn« ..,,.5 rmnforlitifi to hear that Rom.-,n Meal Bread."" il-lfl-tr yotir home from thf n e w Cook't Color Cubifirt -- ntirl «cor*t* -with ·. quick- i c r u b - hihlr- Cook-« Sn.d- otone Knimsls -Dm tnrl Satin. Mil COLOR KAN FHMR You sw ibe finished effect of your color-planned room Wfor* you *un to "' Sterling Silver SALE Not to be confused with silverplote or silver overlay. This is the real thing. It's Solid Sterling Silver Values to $10.00 Only 50e Wt«kly Add These to Your Treasures or Buy Them for Gifts Your Credit in always good at Miller's Puckered Nylon 19 Regular $2.25 Value $149 T-- .---- T u.uv. ,J_yord Imoginel 100% puckered nyoln for only $1.49 a yard. In your choice of nine colors: White, navy, brown, blue, pink, black, aqua, green, lilac. 48 inches wide. . for dresses, brunch coats, draperies, etc. · downstairs Reg. $17.95 BOBBIE BROOKS Wrinkle-Shed Rayon SUITS year-'round Special Purchase! Junior House Season Close-Out Dresses Here ore jmort, wonderfully cool cettonj by fomous Junior House, one of our leading linn. Sizei 9-15. Values to $14.95 $ mjr 7 · main floor front · main floor rear Slight Irregulars of $10.98 Quality Summer Suits five smort, flattering itylii . , , irks, whites and postels . . . sitts 1-18. Only a small quantity, so Try. In d a , 10-18. hurry. · basement SKIRTS Special purchase and skirti from our regular jtock . . . lolids and novelty patterns. Cottons, rayons, linen types in both flared and straight styles Siies 10-16. Values to $10.98 BLOUSES While short-sleeve organdies from Jum'cr House . . . so easy to wear, so easy to launder. Smart ric-rac trim . . . sizes 30-38. Regularly $3.98 $199 · moin floor front T DANBY HOSE Fine, f;ril quality nylons in 60 gauge ·ummtr ihodti. Siies 8'/i to 11. · basement · main floor front COTTON FABRIC Buy by the Kox! line co'lons frnm famous mills which regularly soil for 79c. Sheers, crinkles, b'oadcloths , . . sol:ds, stripes .patterns. Usually 79c j

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