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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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:/HWKT AMUNSAS TMW. fm *'* lid Stan 5S2 Mwe STRONG SUPPORT- CONTINUED rilOM PAGE ONE Hi ROTN * Proposed nation-wide primary. 4. A. nankin also attended th* luncheon. Gov. McMath was on a cam- palfn tour of the state and could ,. j . . . . i not be present. He was represented He docs not favor abolition I h v his wife. I'" ··Washington - W) - Announced "' '(| c doctoral rollcsa a« a p a r t ] "Ruucll left Little Rock U. . battle casualties in Korea p' ll " ! machinery for clrcllon of n |fht to fly to Chicago. .Cached 112,128 today, nn ln-' l h ° resident. (ru» of 852 since last week. " ' ln nis speech, (he senator said the nation must continue to rearm ' "",' » 11 .11 ·*· in i '" v i"*' "' 'he current Communist ;" Tommy Monville To Wed 1 1 'TM".. 10 TMr ld i'" 0 "' hut PHANTOM ARMY-CONTINUED FROM I'A.lt OM5 .Ninth Bride Tomorrow loss waste. ·New nncholle. N. Y.-(/IVPIay- Tl * Induction Doubtful ved the rearmament pro-l t l o n ' s keynote speaker, srnm rould be carried on with Many Tributes ... bpy asbestos heir--Tommy Mnn- -.-yille, 58. ha; « license /or his! ninth marriaRe--to Anita Francos · Ho nlso saH t h a t thorp appeared ° bc . "" h °P c frr "" Mrl ? r = d " ln Hoover's speech brought m a n y ! Iribulcs. The 4,500-word address was punctuated with theoretical o,ues- WlffcenTl Becehre Hitter Pay last Pittsburgh - JP . The Aluminum Company of America and the AFL International Council of Aluminum Workers Union agreed today on a new five-year contract which calls for a 10 per cent general wage increase and future cost of living boosts. -- i 10 Killed As Truck, - B u s Collide In Mexico Obituary _ . . . . i tions--each drawing yelled ..Koddy-Eden. 20. who* never bocn',.^ I ,, . , , ,, , ,,, married before I ilvll r ihfJ r^-·-, i I T I Ilc Charged the Democrats lost] Guadalajara, Mexico -(IP}- A MKMnnvllli. H U H ' i h « rlanrrr-writiv ritiA n b v t h e I ' m i ' - t l t i l i n n " CV -f r rt I t h e peace, so bitterly won in World jpassenger bus and a cattle truck II, by appeasement of the . : TM." id . ed ncar herc yesterday in a v h . ! ? d t h e obtained their license yestenlny I added that he l.elicvod that the I War · and plan in be married here to- i Uemorrals would adopt a program i Communists. lie said the admini- I bllnc " n S rainstorm, killing 10 per- S morrow. i satlMnclnry to all factions except i stratlon sent legions of men and . i Ihe oxlreinistK on hull] sides. j billions of dollars to Europe and Keep up wllh »h« limes--r.ud : Prominent ln_ the Arkansans | the Orient, but has failed to halt Ihr TIMES dally. Dry Eczema Itch Ouick, lasting ttlief--ikin loelhtd and leftenid wllh Oil-rich Resinol OINTMENT-' .present was Lt. Gon. Nathan Gor- Communism, don, who sported a "Rur-sell for "General 1 SS'll » St'tend^d ""* '" TM ' h «« " TM «"»"""« Ihe luncheons for the other three visiting r-nndldates and added with a crln. "This is the man I'm for," Hep. Broows Hays fD-Ark), Chief Justice Griffin Smith of the Arkansas Suprpme Court Secretary of State C. G. Crip Hall and Land Commissioner Claude Where You'll Always Get EVERY DAY BARGAIN DAY at FAYETTEVILLE PIUMNN6 HEATING CO. JACK ROBERTS, Owner 310 N. Wert Phon. /30 Mat-Arthur well said for victory," Hoover said and, at another point: "The effective deterrent which American resources can contribute is not bayonets against overwhelming land forces but the expansion of air power and navies to make up a great striking force . . ." Gov. Howard Pylc of Arizona followed Hoover to the speakers' stand. He accused "the little men at the lop" of misleading the United States away from the lessons of Ihe founding fathers. BIG CROWD-- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE that office two terms and will not seek a third. He touched on Ihe need for more money for school teachers in Arkansas, and promised if elector! to "fire some of the staff In Ihe education department. We could save money by cutting off the political deadheads." sons and injuring six others. MOVE SUPPORTED-- CONTINUED rROM PAGE ONI Eisenhower v/ere fueling a bandwagon they hope to start chugging if they win the floor contest over the seating of 63 delegates from Georgia, Louisiana and Texas. They counted on Go/. John S. Fine of Pennsylvania to take the driver's seat with an expected declaration for the gcner; 1 at a slato delegation caucus on the floor. The caucus is planned after Fine addresses the convention. Eisenhower backers put pressure on Arthur Sumirorfield, Michigan national committeeman, to plump for the general. Sum- mcrfield said he is considering announcing his view, but would not hint at the stand he will take. SUfisen Support Wiven The bandwagon movement -- If it develops--appeared certain of impetus from some of the 25 delegates committed to former Gov. Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota. Dan Gainey, Stassen's floor manager, said he is advising Minne- sofa delegates--who have indi- Ilolt was introduced by Gusjca'ed they won't stay with Stas- Clifton of West Fork. Entertain- | sen more than one round in any after was furnished before and j event--to jump to another candf- thc hour-long speech by date on the first ballot if they choose. He wouldn't estimate hov many might do so. Wayne Ilaney, harmonica player and composer, and by Charlie Dial and Cindy of the Barnyard Frolics ! · gang. jBruiih Fire Reported ·- City firemen were called to « brush fire east of Elkins at 11:30 Tru- 'his morning when the flames FTC Head Named Washington-W)-Presirlont man gave Thomas C. Buchanan (threatened houses and other struc- a recess appointment yesterday- good until Congress reconvenes-as chairman of the Federal Power Commission. Rerord Job§ In Jnn« Washington-(/P)-More Americans h»d jobs In June than in any previous June nn record--63,572,000. The Census Bureau said the figure was only 60,000 below the all-lime record set in August, 1951. Japan Borrows Shim Washington -W)- Tht United States is lending Jipan II frigates and 50 landing crsft to help build up that country's new Coast Guard. Over Eight Cubic Feet FRIGIDAIRE Model SO 82 This is the first time in history a Frigidoire this size has been offered as low as this low price. We have four in this Special Sale. 5 year protection, Frigidaire Meter Miser Convenient Terms THI SIGN OF SERVICE i* _j HJONI15 l»NOtTHILOCK$T. lures. However, the fire brought under control before the engine arrived and the firemen were recalled hy radio. Ckvq Diubwtti larrM Springdale -(Special)- Funeral services for Cleva Elizabeth Barron, five, daughter of Albert and Opal Hancock Barren of Elm Springs, will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Elm Springs Assembly of God Church. The Rev. Cecil Garrison will officiate. Burial will be in the Elm Springs cemetery under the direction of the Callison-Slsco Funeral Home. Today's Market-- 81. LouU Linflock National Stockyards, I11.-C/P). USDA--Hogs 12,000; active; barrows and gilts generally 50 to 63 lower than Tuesday's average; sows 25 to 50 lower; choice 180 to 230 Ibs unsorted for grade and including many lots of mixed weights largely 21.75 to all interests; several loads mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2, 200-220 Ibs to shippers 21.85; 240-270 Ibs 20.7521.65; 280-300 Ibs 20.00-50; 150170 Ibs 18.50-20.25; 120-140 Ibs 16.25-18.00; sows 400 -los down 17.25-18.00; heavier sows 400 Ibs down 17.25-18.00; heavier sows 15.25-17.00: stags .13.00-15,00; boars 10.50-13.50. Cattle 3,000, calves 800; opening about steady on steers and heifers; high choice and mixed prime yearlings 34.00; other good and chnice steers and heifers 28.50-33.50; with a few medium quality light weight mixed yearlings on replacement account at 26.50; sows fairly active to steady, utility and commercial cows 18.0022.00; canners and cutters 13.0017.50; bulls and vealors steady; utility and commercial bulls 21.5025.00; canner and cutter bulls 17.00-20.00; good and choice veal- ers 28.00-32.00; sorted prime 34.00; utility and commercial vcalers 21.00-27.00. Sheep 1,400; active; steady market throughout; low choice and prime spring lambs 29.00-30.00; top same as yesterday, 30.00; but more lambs at the price due to improved general quality; considerable sprinkling lower grades and mixed lots ranging from utilities to choice 25.00-28.50; cull throw- outs mostly 16.00-1 R.OO; occasional lots higher to feeder buyers; few old crop lambs up to 20.00; yearlings downward from 18.00 including one sizable lot good and choice at 18.00; cull to good slaugher ewes 4.50-6.50. Bargain Days at LEWIS BROS. AGA Approved Gas Range, Glass oven door. Value 134.75 99.95 149.95 Magic Chef Gas Range, C-P certified performance, value $295 General Electric Dishwasher, value 169.95 Used Bendix Washer. Sold new for_ 329.00, Good condition. No bolt down Used G.E. Disposal. Sell new 124.95 Used Servel Gas Refrigerator. Worth over 100.00 39.00 79.00 Used Thor Automagic Washer with dishwasher. Sells new 4AJt AA about 265.00 l4«MJv 5 pc. Ovenware Mixing Bowl Sets. 1.98 16 pc. Starter Set Rose Point Matching pieces in open stock. 5.50 ,.,...,.,... Chinese Toothpick Place Mats. 25c 1.39 Dinnerware. 4.25 15= Regular Price Now Sofa Bed and Chair $124.00 $ 99.00 3 Pc. Waterfall Bedroom Suite. Poster Bed $167.50 $129.50 5 Pc. Mahogany Bedroom Suite 315.00 210.00 3--9x12 Rugs, Blend 82.50 59.95 2--9x12 Rugs, All Wool Face 99.95 69.95 3--9x 12 Rugs, AlI Wool Face 138.50 94.50 Metal Bed, Springs -Cotton Mattress 38.85 29.95 Porch Chairs , 8.50 6.95 Portable Radio, Battery and Electric 42.25 34.95 Portable Radio 55.70 44.95 Radio-Phonograph 99.95 74.95 5 tube Table Radio 23.50 18.95 5 tube Table Radio..,: 25.95 19.95 6 tube Table Radio 49.95 39.95 6 tube Table Radio .'.' 52.50 39.95 6 tub« Table Radio AM FM 74.50 54.95 Lewis Bros. Co. B-29 Filfa ta Texas tot All Crewmen Safe Gon/.alM, Texa.i-W)-An Air Force B-29 crashed in flames 10 miles southwest of here today. All 11 men aboard were reported to have bailed out safely. The ship was from Randolph Field at San Antonio. Stolen Cir Recovered A 1949 Ford, stolen June 10 from the Allen Motor Company used car lot, was recovered yesterday at Castle Hock, Colo., where it had been abandoned, Sheriff Bruce Crider announced today. F R I E C A T A L O G 1UHNHMI, MUM, RANCHM, meow ntomrr to* IAU TMOUOHOVT TMf WIST Contilnt mmcs, locations, troll, l*aie,- r*nt. price, etc. SPECIFY BUSINESS OB nOPEETV A N D LOCATION DESIBED, and w place your reoutit In Spfcl.l Strvlce B u l l e t i n sent t o o w n t r i . N o o B l l n l i o n Write tar dtalw N*. Mt-A Halktiul Business t Property Exchintt 4IOIW.3nlSt..L«Aiu«l«5,e.llf. Come In and See Us Abouf Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building- New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton lumber Co. 27. Wnt Fork, Ark. Bargain Days Specials · Screen Block -- should be used once a year to prevent rust on screen wire. ICff Reg. 1/2. pint 20c ,...,., Iwl" · Textile Sets -- for painting on cloth. Brush and stencils included in set. ^A AO Reg. set $3.25 WliiVO · Dee-All Sett -- for painting china, figurines, and glass ware. CO Oft Reg. set $3.25 ,.,. . w£i90 · Set-Fast Canvas Paint--for painting awnings, window shades and lawn furniture. Reg. quart $1.40 · Enamel -- not all colors, but a good selection. Reg. pint $1.27. ..' · Semigloss -- not all colors, but many nice colors to choose. · JA Reg. quart $1.65. . . . ' dli'iU · Plasti-Kote -- closing out colors. ^ CA Reg. pit $1.75 wlivll · Close-Out Patterns of quality wallpaper for all rooms. Attractice designs. Marked Vi price Ask for SH Green Stamps JOHNSON'S 25 N. BLOCK PHONE 806 Most Wanted dinnenvarc pattern because its cool, green ivy--hand painted against an ivory background--pleasingly fits in with your dining room color scheme -- as modern as you wish yet perfectly at home with your provincial SEE OUR BREATH.TAKING DISPLAY of vegetable dishes, coffee and lea pots, water pitcher and tumblers--and unusual California Ivy flower holders. starter set 16 piciM-s--4 each ami 9^'plates fpccinlly priced If P«reh.l.d Hptrglity, pi«fl »«.U coil tlMO-SAViHI! · Picnic Sets Insulated Skotch Kooler with plates, knives, forks, spoons for four, plus salt ahd pepper set and clear plastic $A95 salad set v for bargain days , · Ladies Expansion Bands Regular Kreisler $8.95 band. F.T.I. ·Sterling Silver Bud vases, low compote, salt-peppsc, $ J95 "plustax and candle holders. Us« Your Crriit No Carrying

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