Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 9, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 9, 1952
Page 7
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Hawaiian Governor, Visiting hi tarion County, Pushes Statehood For Territory NMTKWEST AIKANSAS TIMIS, Hogers-lSpeciaD-Orcn E. Long, I territorial governor of the Hawaiian Islands, spent the weekend In Northwest Arkansas at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Will Culley at their Shady Nouk farm north of Rogers. Governor Long is one of the three delegates to represent Hawaii at | the Democratic Nationil Conven-1 tion in Chicago late this month. He attended the 44th annual Convention of Governors at Houston, Texas, last week. Before leaving for Honolulu, Governor Long plans to confer ·with President Truman, who appointed him to the governorship in April, 1951. Governor Long,, who was reared in Kansas and ' taught in the public schools there before going to Hawaii, declined | to discuss the two national con-1 ventions being held this month.' He had "ideas" but they were strictly off the record. But the governor did have a good deal to say on the statehood of Hawaii. Talking to a small group of friends of his sister who gathered Sunday night at Shady Nook farm, he said, "We will have statehood because when Hawaii at its own request, was annexed to the United States as an incorporated territory, she was promised statehood when she was ready. We are ready for statehood. We have one-half million people and no other territory except Oklahoma had as much. "We have wealth. Each year we jhip to the United States over a million tons of cane sugar. Even the smallest grocery has our pineapples on its shelves. We paid into the federal treasury of the United States Internal "Revenue Department more than any 10 mainland states." "We have the experience in government. Hawaii has functioned effectively for 52 years as a territory of the United Slates. Before this it had functioned as a republic. Other reasons are t h a t we want to participate in the election of president and vice president and other officers. We want rep- j G o v . Oren E. Long, of the H a w a i i a n Islands, is shown as he ; stepped on the bus after spending !t:u: v.Tckcnd near Rogers. He was j bound for Knoxvillc, Tenn. (Photo by Mustcen). resentation in Congress. "While these three point*-- are j significant, there is -Mtn"'.iiin- j else: We want to be full-fledged American cititzens. We v.anl in I be a part of the federal government just as are other states." Candidates For Governor Press Active Campaign Murry Soys He Has Cut Costs Of Seeking Office Little Rock-W)-Atty. Gen. Ikp Murry says he's been waiting for his four opponents for the Democratic nominations for governor to brag on him for "cutting the cost of running for governor." "Since- they aren't giving me the credit I'm entitled to. I BUCKS I'll have to claim it for myself," Murry said at Berryville yesterday. His four opponent- \vcre busy with their own campaigns. Rep. Boyd Tackett dropped into MacArthur Park in Little Rick j last night by helicopter nnd ! blamed the McMalh a d m i n i s t r a - [ lion for "blnck clnuris of shnme and pallid robes of disgrace" which he said had settled on Arkansas (luring the past four years, i Chancellor .Francis Cherry said at Mcdehep t h u t . as governor, "I ' certainly won't he so brash as to ! infiltrate a political machine into ! the state government." I Jack Unit spoke at Fayetteville. j Governor McMath spoke a t ' Hope last night following a handshaking tour of Nevada County. Keep up with the times--reid the TIMES dtilT. 4 Famous NEAPING AID Features ONLY ZENITH GIVES j YOU ALL THESE: I * Exclusive PERMAPHONE i * Reierv* lattery Switch * 4-Potlti»n Ten* Central * Fingertip Velum* Centre! "ROYAL" AND "SUPER-ROYAL" font Conduction Dtvicet A of Mot/trot* £jtlro C«f 10-DAY RETURN PRIVILEGE DIXIE RADIO 421 DICKSON PHONE 124! B A T T E I I t S FOt A L l A I D S CITY-WIDE JULY BARGAIN DAYS at GUISINGER'S Music House 1 Gibson Double Neck 16-String Guitar with case . . $Oft5°° «n fin w.i... ^to%f ^J 350.00 value FREE-S6 worth of Albums of Records with Purchase of an R.C.A, Phonograph Attachment $16.75 1 Wurlitier 120 Ban Accordion «JS? $275 All New Pianos At Factory F.O.B. Price South*** Corner of the ', July ?, ItSl V; Spy! Sight! CLOSEOUT DRESSES Values ot 19.95 Buy! 8 All sizes in a wide assortment of patterns. We're enthusiastic . . . and, frankly, we think our enthusiasm will spread. These are from our better dresses of linens, voiles, ginghams, crepes, chambrays, broadcloths, failles, bem- bergs, batiste. All sizes, all colors. Come in and see. You'll agree these are tremendous bargains. One Group DRESSES Values to $12.95 G.M. You are sure to find your size in this wonderful assortment of dresses. Each one is truly a good buy at this give-away price. Beautiful styles in chambray, batiste, glazed chambray, gingham, bemberg, crepe, and taffeta. All sizes in junior, regular and half sizes. COOL, COOL LADIES' SHEER NYLON BLOUSES 4.98 Values $ 2 49 Cool, sheer nylon blouses purchased especially for this event. The entire suummer season is still in front of us. You will want several of these cool, crisp, dainty blouses. Sizes 32 to 38. 150 LADIES' SKIRTS 5.95 Values $ 2 98 Summertime skirts In floral cottons and Guatemala weaves. Here is your opportunity to buy several cotton print circular skirts ond beautiful Guatemala ikirti ot q truly great savings. All sizes. LADIES' LUXITE PANTIES 69e Values Now 49' Brief styles in run-proof tricot as only Luxite can moke them. The best made and best fitting panties on the market today. All sizes are in stock. You will want to buy several at this price. LADIES' BATISTE SLIPS and GOWNS 3.98 Values Now $ 1 99 Broken sizes but a real bargain if we have your size. ONE GROUP BETTER FABRICS 98e Values Now 25' Discontinued patterns and' materials in cottons and rayons, but each is of better quality. REGULAR SIZE SHREDDED FOAM RUBBER PILLOWS First quality, better made . . . a wonderful opportunity to buy a foam rubber pillow at or real savings. HOB NOB FRINGED BEDSPREADS S.95 Voluei Now A special purchase. Full double bad size in all wonted ihad*s. Whits, green, ros«t, moil*. 60 GAUGE 15 DENIER FULL FASHIONED NYLON HOSE BARGAIN DAYS City-Wide Bargain Days mean tremendous savings to you. T}t merchants of Fayetteville decided to give you values which you will want to take advantage of. Check the items listed below and you'll agree each item is a real bargain! Another Shipment Just Arrived in Time for This Event Puckered Nylon Shirts $488 6.95 Values America's mosf in demand sport shirt* . . . short sleeve Puckered Nylon Shirts in smart new shades. Requires no ironing, yet *0 cool and so neat to wear. Every man needs several of these. They're ideal for «very occasion . . . in the office, for sportswear, for traveling or around home. CLOSEOUT MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Values to 4.98 Now 00 Yes, our entire stock of fancy pattern short sleeve sport shirts has been reduced for this event. This is your opportunity to buy and save. Sizes S-M-ML-L. Reg. 1.65 Now 00 First Quality « Ntw Shadx · Sim B'/i to 11 You will want several at this price. WHITE AND TWO TONE PURSES 4.98 Valuei Now $ 2 98 An amazing selection of fine all leather handbags in solid white or two-tone at teal savings. ONE GROUP Summer Fabrics 69c Values Now 50 Here is a group of fobrics which you will enjoy looking through. Floral dimity, floral batiste ond many other fabrics. 81x99 FIRST QUALITY SHEETS Type 128 $ 1 98 Yes, each sheet is first quality with full 128 threads to the square inch. Made by one f th» larger shoe! mills. Fill your needs now and save. Extra Fancy MEN'S T-SHIRTS 2.49 Valuct $JOO Now . . Sizes S-M-L Beautiful, refreshingly cool T-Shirts. You'll enjoy buying several at this bargain price. Special Purchase Factory Closeout MEN'S SETTER BELTS Volues to 3.98 You will want to buy itvtrol at thl price. Ev*ry b«!t i» mad* from th* finest of select leathers. Consist of all stylts, all pott*rni. Siltl 21 to 44. Wid* as-.orment of colort. : Men's Cool, Cool Dress PANTS 7.95 Volue Now *5 00 Men, get out of thos* hoi, iw*aty pants into a pair of thes* refreshingly cool rayon summer slacks. All liiM. Wide selection of colors. Each an ·*· ceptional value. MEN'S SOX 49 Rig. 85c Volut Now Fancy cotton tat by th* notion 1 ! leading moktr. Sites 10 to 1], In beautiful patterns. PACIFIC MILLS Contour Sheets Twin Bed Size . . . $3.19 Double Bed Size . . $3.49 Contour sheets are made to (it thi mattress. Once you us* them (or th* bottom sheet you v/ill nev*r go bnek in th* tegular sheets. Nationally Known Brands At Popular Pricet

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