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July 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Monday, July 7, 1952
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[ , -- Pretty Ploy 1 ime _ 1 Sport Clothes Feature Fashion i Hurry Asks Report On Missing Materials Convictions Modified By State High Court l.itllp Hnk-i,1VThp SUIIITI | Flames Destroy House Of Oscar Jordan nr JKMfHWBf AMANIAS IIMfS. r«v*n*vM., Mum*. M*n4»y, July 1, Iff] , ;NEW YORK- (NEA) -Anyone r for tennis? i* If so, what kind of figure do you jut on the courts? Well-covered but dowdy? There's no need to look that way. The newest fash- lont for the tennis court provide .the right cover-up coupled with ·dequate cut for freedom of action. Our model (left) demonstrate* L this actively in a blouse of linen- What Others 5av BT GAILE DUGA8 NEA H'omin'i Editor weave rayon by Ship and Shore. This is cut sleeveless and has extra-long shirttails that will stay tucked in no matter how you twist, bend or stretch. The collar is neatly convertible. * Worn with it are shorts that arc smoothly tailored and cufled, factors. Jf saddling- the country with iin- terminatins at exactly the right length. The whole affair is cinched at the waist by a wide, elasticized belt equipped with a coin purse. If fishings your dish, there's a rainbow-striped blouj* (rirht) to wear while- you «nglc. In white cotton broadcloth, it has oversized patch pockets that will hold flie« or bent pins. Both blouses are in the budget class. Little Hin-k-ifl'i-Att.v. Gen. Ike Murry toclny called upon a c t i n K Arkansas Highway Commission C h a i r m a n James H. Crain fnr an e x p l a n a t i o n of t h e disappearance of materHs from a firavel stockpile near Forrester. M u r r y said t h a t the stockpile, into w h i c h the Highway Department put more Ihim half a million ddliars in 11)50, contains less t h a n h a l f of the gravel i n d i c a t e d in the Highway Department's inventory. In a letter in Crain, M u r r y asked for a mass of information on the maUre. Murry said the purchases for the stockpiling were made w i t h o u t competitive bidding. Magnolia Man Killed In Motorboat Accident Camden-W)-Johnny I. Perrilt, 24, Magnolia, was killed in an unusual accident on the Ouachi:a River near Camnen yesterday He fell from a motorboat and was thrown into the propeller. His less were rut severely and l.e ul»,l to death before companions could got him to a doctor. Courl m o d i f i e d Ronlnn Circuit Court convictions of .lack Sharpens'.eon, Sr.. and Jr.. f r o m assault and h a t l e r y to s i m p l e assaull. Fines of $2(10 e.trh were reduced tn S i n n each. The r o u i t agreed w i t h lawyers for t h e Sharpen- ste°ns t h a t under the i n f o r m a t i o n filed they could not ho convicted of assault nnd hattery. n more serious offense t h a n assault. Russell Scheduled In Little Rock Tomorrow L i t t l e nnek-tfVThp f i f t h presi- d e n t i a l rand id ale to visit Arknns.ij-' during the 1952 campaign arrives · h»re by plane t n n i g h t . He is! Georgia Sen. Hit-hard H. Russell, who will confer w i t h Arkansas' delegates to the Democratic National Convention and hold a press conference tomorrow before leav- in for I n d i a n a . The Arkansas delegation Is pledged to support Sen. .1. W i l l i a m Fulbright for the Democratic nomination. The hnmc of Mr. and Mr Oscar Jordan n o r t h of tin- c i t y limit 1 : on Johnst.n Hoarl \\-as de- slrf-ycfl by fire n t PIKMI Saluril.iy City firemen w e i c u n a b l e to ,a-c t h e fo'ir-r.iom f i a m e s t r u c t u r e a f t e r they exhausted the w a t e r supply carried by I h e i r i r u r k am! pumped the well dry. The cause of Ihe f i r e could no! be determined Mrs. . J o r d a n , at home alone when the f l a m e * broke out, v as im.-'Me to save a n y t h i n g from the house. cjrasf may he from rnff tn t h r w P"r cent, w i t h a c l i m b in rrntjt ;ind forvit-ps, .1 recovery In cloth- Ititf prices, ami it s l i g h t u p t u r n in c r m s u r n e r dumb!*- grind?. fond pucfs ;irfi oxpoctH in re- m a i n a h»vit t h r *ame i i n l f ^ t h " r p ; is a M i b s t a n l i a l change in prf-sent ' crop propped";. ·» wlto tli* UMf»-re»il New York-OPi-An arthfuak) rtcirrlbwl as f i i r l r ttvtre, wvirr corded nn th« JVirrihim Iwver sily seismograph list nifhl Thi Rev. Jriipph Lynrh eitlrnittd th. distance j»t 4.000 milM fmm Nev York in an undetermined direc tinn. %« All-Time Peak Prices i In Near Future Seen i climb to nn a l l - t u n e peak ilurinp. I the next six to 1!' r m m t h s . At tho ! same lime, however, incomes, pro d u c t i o n and e m p l o y m e n t may ris moderately. Those\vcic I h r ' h i g h lights of a s t a f f report yestordav | to tho Sena i e - I f otis." Economic ; Commitle^. whose jnb is I n keep ' an eye on economic trends for Congress. , The report said t h n pi ice In Free Book On Arthritis And Rheumatism i HOW TO AVOID CRIPPLING I nuFo*Mim:s ' An fima/.mff newly e n l a r g e d 44- ! will be st- it fret to a n y o n e who j wil. writ-; fur it. j I t r i - \ e i i « s why dnij^ and m e d i - , ines give (Hily U'M,por.u v relief ' s,.d f;iil ».-, ru-nuve in* jtiusp.- of t h e l i o n b l e ; e x p l a i n s a speriiili/ed l i n n - s u r g i c a l , n o n - r nodical t r e a t - ; · mem which has proven successful; j for lht- past 33 ears. j | You incut no ohhrntinn In | senditiR («r this ins nctjv*? book, j It m n y be the MICHM.S of Aavinf i yon years of u n t o l d misery. Write j today in Th« H u l l Clinic, Drpt. j ·t208. Kxcflsior Springs, Missouri i U T T L E ' S ' ESSO STATION Co,. W. k SchMl (!. PHONf 12 Power Lawn Mow***' FOR RENT OR SALt man to expand the Air Force to 143 wings by mid-1055. necessary l:i\-es, it iv.istmg- the tax 1 ' Other bills passed and sent to money with wild rxtrava.'ianre, i f ; the White House Saturday in- ei'.-inf! \vay to wholesale corru;)- : cludocl: i i n n in high offices--if a l l these 1. A SI.015,000.000 measure to :h:ngs have been "helpini: t h e finance 1h-- Slat", Commerce and If President Truman's address'lTM"" 1 " lhcn llrc Truman a d m i n - Jus 1 -'TM Department-. s1r;iti{in has t r u l y "helped." Bull At Bull Shoals at Bull Shoals D;un was "a preview of the Democratic campaign" , ss he admitted to newsmen who f a i l ' incomes and e q u a l i t y of op-' read the speech in r.dviince. thpn'""' l u n i t - v f n r everyone" the c h i e f : xecutivc \vas quoted liy the Asso-j iatccl Press. f a i r income for h i m s e l f ; 2. A hill lo increaso social se- tuuk action to brine; aboul i nirit.v and p u b l i c assislance pay- 1 -nents by aboul 541) million dollars i year. the so-called Fair Deal mav bc txccntivc v.-ns quoted liy the AS5O-' 3 - A moosuro guaranteeing the . l u i i t u run urn t ui p,--c q ! government will support prices of for more of that sclf-sr.nie . · c r e e p 1 ' ' ' ' TM " ^- , i cotton, corn, wneal. rice, tobacco, mjt socialism" with which it has " " nl **"·*·. s o n h i s l i y W h o an() cam]ts al fln mll n f been charged for the past two or rrp ' lt " » fn "' ""'"me fnr h i m s e l f ; p . lri , } . through 1954. It also pro i more years, t i m e and time a«ain. n u t f l "° I N D I V I D U A L by his own vj^es t | wt p a ,-jty f o r t h e six c r o p s ' Truman save the lie o u t r i g h t preparation, training. energy? will be determined, through, j tn the socialistic charges, dcclar-! W n a l 's meant by e q u a l i t y of np-; by one of t w o foi inulas, w h i c h - ' ing the Fair Deal under hi.- nnd : lortu.nity? O p p o r t u n i t y comes t o , ever is higher. KDR's \\-inp had been a 'urea!. 1 ' 1 0 1NDIVDUAL many limes in j 4. A h i l l h i k i n R pensions f o r ! boon to the South. Ko assai'ccl in l l l i s ''' r- l r '"' is ! ' :il: "' t enomth,; an estimated 186,000 retired ted- parlicular one professional' and i'' k ;!' 1 cnouUi lo recognize it, he: oral employes, two business groui 1 .:; by branding: 1 '''' them w i t h the worn-out l a b e l ' 1 1 ''·"'· hf «' i!1 bc a f a i l u r e or "special interrsts." niodiocnly. Our contenlion has always been | wllat ll;is 1hn Sl ' llr 1 " rio v ' i l h that the. South mnde its advances ' ^ D I V I D U A L surces«v Truman's:;. 1 - if he apijlies h i m s e l f . } 5. An appropriation bill p r o - j viding 76 million dollars to run Congress itself. Despili- some protests about members v o t i n g them- w h i l e rlisavowinR social- | i, 1 ,,^TM 1 ''^nZVnnd represrnlT 1 -nds for the Democratic, ,,,.,,,, ,,, [k , (lu( , t f o r i|ltnnu , , a x ; created ils prosperity and expand-' fd its resources through private; enterprise, plus the n a t u r a l pop- :P nrt . v served only to bolster nnd | purposes the first 53.001) of the Illation prowth, plus advertising, 'streniithen the l e f t - w i n g ten-: Washington living expenses. plus improving- its mads and its.*" 1 -'"-' 5 wl » c| i H i i n k i n " Democrats! -. health, plus a dozen other vital i a r e !''.«"« t n cast off. _ , There are many thousands of r f . p|n _. vypiwi-lEt: !Americans who ro Ihoroushlv dn- GET RID OF V / R I N K L E S test such radical leflish views t h a i . W H I L E YOU SLEEP WITH I they w i l l I j . c a i h e a siull of relief WONDER ( l a n o l i n ) SA1VE .'.vhtn at last Ihe mvl;lie fal'sm;,n .lust t h i n k , smoolhiiu; out t h o s e ' -- ' " "ike words out of his mouth nge-telling wrinkles and blotches - "is v.-orkin;; for someone else." vhue you siccp. N,, fuss i,,st ;,p- p i:ie B i u f f Commercial.: '· ii; ' (i R « ply white, creamy, vanishing anti- · ^ ' ' septic Wonder Salve, con'.aining ^ -- . , -- ,,.-..1 . . v i i n i r lanolin and other v a l u a b l e ingrc- CONGRESS U N A B L E - dients. No s l j ' i n , no grease, ugly ti a 100 At Points ! In The State 1 · CO.NTIM.'RD iglv nppearnncc. A p p l v a t r.iicht , , ' , ' - , ' nrtJl'ch . T ,r sUiVbecoine £ft ^.^ n ^^ "^ ^» ind lovciy. Ask for \ \ o n d c r Salve T h i s n ,,, ;isu ' u ,_, ll( , L,,.^,, nf .,,, .nd Soap. (N- 0 cosmetic t a x ) . G e t , i| H , appropriation bill': for the lira i,TM t.^.. .. ^...,.._ r,.... ,- lorc , [i!x;i] yc . ir _ r a | H ; i d i h e f u l l ' -- · · -- · -·;-- ' " = .-.. a "!^. m __?'!. k ^ b v .. P J.' . !!!i ' 1 ' n .LI r !L! Newport. Rearcy and Drinkley, --·---- --^ - --.- , Q J . Camden, Oznrk. Morrilton, , . them today at Quaker Drug Store,'fiscal Fayetteville, Arkansas. ti'rday, and the U. S. Wealher I Bureau pivdietrd l i t t l e relief f i o m ei'.hcr Ihe heat-wave or the drouth, now 4:i dnys old. Yesterday's reported high temperature wns 102 ocgrees at A r k n d e l p h i a nnd . Blylhevillo. I Other temperatures in Arkansas i 3 Days Qn/y Merlh Wilklni St., Mimphli, Twin, Wirimt cWiiMiM, I WJIH Smith and El Dorado, 100; p Batesville, Flippin and I'ine R l u f f , · fl!l; Little Rock. 98: Walnut Ridge and Fa\ etteville, 97, and Tcxar- kana. 90. Quads Born To Wife Of Maine Carpenter P o r t l a n d , M.-.ino-f^l-Quadru- plels werft bnrn today tn ihe 35- yrar-fild w i f e f a carpenter--and ] her first concern wns where to put ' the three girls and a boy in their tiny Immr. | Dr. Duncan Morso sai(! (VHidi- tion nf tlio niuthiT, Mrs. Eli/abcth j Pinkham. was ''oxrcllcnt." and Ihe qunds ho delivered unassisted { wore "very Rood." j Thr bnhips. namrd Rrlirrra, MP- lissa, .Innn and W i l l i a m , were df- j scrihrd by Dr. Morse as "even a hig si7p for twiiiF." The couple has one other child, a nine-year- old dmitfhter. Kerr Wouldn't Trade Chances With Anybody i rittsburgh-LiVRobert ". Kcrr | f : J - O k ! n ) - dei-larett t o d a y he j wouldn't "trade my chaners for | Ihe Demo.-r.'ilir p r e s i d e n t i a l noni- i i n a t i o n v.-ith anybony '' j Kei ]· made Ihe slateiviorit Jii n , intorviev; prccett;n^' a j u u ; hemi he flavt- |nr local Jleir.orratir leaders anrl He. jorivitic delej^ii^s to I the party's n a t i o n a l r o i u e n t i o n . ; Asked \vhai he t h ' - i u j h t of the · R e p u b l i c a n .ispirants ^or t h e nomination, he declared: j "Taft'a f a u l t s are wi-ll !:mwn, ' yet the fni-t is t h a t Ci^ ! has many or mnri? ;nuj s t m n l i l he ' hcrome the n n m i n r o I i i u a r ; n!cf ! that be-fore Knvoi'Mmr his f n i l l . . ' \vould be e ( | i t a l l y advertiser!." J Uramie Gets Light Snow, Cold Al Denver Denver-' 1 T ) - I , i i ; h t snow ell !n- v nl I a r a i u i c . V.'vo , as a .I'.ilv ·0(*I wave -iu-ei.t t h i n i i i ' h the e.-^l- ·rn feclmn of the | ' o i - k y :.!oun- .'lin area. Tlie irier.-ui-.- s|.id-led o K decrees. Hie | i r v m e m a i k . l.Animir. At Jirnver. 'he !em. ·oraiiirp dropprrtjlo 4."i den cos, 5 hploin I First in Fayetteville First Time Ever Offered In A City The Size Of Ours! Once- in-c-L- ·time Opportunity To Buy Sample ROTHMOOR ORIGINALS Thanks to a lucky transaction, the Boston Store is able to bring you exclusive Rothmoor sample suits and coats usually found only in large cities. Some are the only ones of their kind in the ci-.tir? U.5 A. Select yours first thing tomorrow. · main floor r«or ONLY 20 COATS ... \ t in regular and petite model sizes, long and short, , fashioned n\ the new cat fabrics for Tall. I W to '110! ONLY 10 SUITS . . . rl ri n ' in model sizes, tailored as only Rothmoor can of "," · uew Vail fabrics and colors which won't be seen £ /// other lines for months to come. , ; W* to 'Slfj A Small Deposit Reserves Your Choice m La

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