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Â·OtlhWtST AMANUS TWMI. ;'.'Â· MtnMNUCmtPIM - MUFWffWCffM *'Â·;' . MKIiMI MINUTE (MMM* INVESTORS DIVERSIFIED SERVICES UluhHilnJ tltj (H bntitari Srhticata) Â«NW*fOUS.WIÂ»;(SOt* HERMAN Â·. ro*HH WB Platform Of Democrats Covers Wide Range Of Issues , Chicajo - ypi - The Democratic parly's 1952 platform in brief: Civil rights -- Favors federal legislation to wipe out racial discriminations. Declares cooperative TRULY ROMANTIC! promote world pearr. Social security -- Favors further strengthening of old asc insurance, a stronger system of unemployment insurance and an im- Â·nncr n - i d ''niter:;! iiy jiml mniinprci*! utility and ronuncr-' ll(.oo-2r.iiou; -ullÂ« down efforts of state and local govern- proved program nf aid to the mcnts are required .also. ; blind, disabled and other less for- Forcicn policy Â·- Promises to; tunate. carry on the "practical and s u e - j Medical care --,Advocates * resolute attack on the "heavy financial hazard" of serious illness. Housing -- Pledges f u l f i l l m e n t of programs of private housing, public low-cost housing, slum clearance, urban redevelopment and farm housing authorized by cctjsful" policies developed under Roosevelt - Truman administrations. .Sets a goal of "peace with honor." National defense -- Pledges the narty to stand, ''ijnequivocally" j for "strong, balanced" defense I lort'Cs for this country--land, sea I and air. ! Inflation -- Promises to streng- j then controls which it says were j weakened by action of Republi- j can members of Congress, ; Government spending--Pledges preservation of the financial strength of the government. Says "New Deal" and Fair Deal" financial policies have given the nation its greatest prosperity in Promises reductions, D I A M O N D W U C H E S H-JIWtl Fivf brilliant nrw LnHv Kljrin* in rÂ«rÂ»nf 1 IK polHel witriHiaitl')r.ili of the finrsl nil nnd color. Come in ind pec them todav! Only ILGIN has thtDvraPtw* Mainspring. ELGIN guaronteEs it will ntver, ntvir brick! history. Taxes -especially for lower-incomes people, as rapidly as defense requirements permit. Opposes federal sales lax. Congress in 1949. Education -- Urges federal aid to state and local units for schools. Veterans -- fledges improvements in benefits for veterans and their families. Federal government -- Pledges reorganization of federal agencies wherever improvements can be made. Alaska and Hawaii--Urges immediate statehood for both territories. Congressional procedures -Urges action to improve congressional procedures so that "majority rule" prevails and decisions Agriculture -- Endorses recent j e a n be made without beintr block- action of Congress boosting minimum price support levels for the next two years and promises price aid for commodities not now protected; Labor -- Advocates repeal of Tart-Hartley Act. Small and independent business --Urges laws designed to provide "favorable incentives" to the rs- taMishment and survival of independent businesses, especially through tax incentives N a t u r a l resoures -- ed by a minority in cither house. How They Stand 23 31 40 43 4. 1 ) SI 54 70 BT The AuocUlerf Frtn NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklvn _6fl N;w York 54 St. Louis 51. Chicago 4fl Philadelphia 4S Boston . 38 Cincinnati 37 Promises | Pittsburgh .. . _ _ . . . _ 2 5 Â·redoubled" action lo conserve j Wxlnndiy'i Rtiulli and develop natural resources, in- j Cincinnati 6, Brooklyn 4. eluding development of river Chicago 6. Boston basins and flood control, irrigation and generation of power. Atomic energy -- Pledges promotion of nuclear energy for j peaceful uses in the interest of America and mankind, and to i build atomic and hydrogen weap- ""- to defend this country and lbÂ« unsortfd for gride 22.89-23.00;'scattered small lotÂ« iveiate com-I rial bull.i 2I.OU-25.00; tinner lind some 180-1SW Ibi 22.75-22.85; top morcial to average good slcm 11 u t l r r bulb ift.00-20.00- mosi good and popular price on weights up and heifer* 27.30-30.00; u t i l i t y and | nnd choice \ r a l c r s 26.00-3000; lo 220 Ibs 23.00; packers top 22.75; I commercial rows I8.75-L'I.50; cult! inirtcd prime se,-ilrrÂ« In ''2.00; u u l same as day before; packers set- * lc ''" ""'"' ~ J ling larger share of receipts than L^ earlier days this wecl;; bulk i m choice 230-250 Ibs unsorlea for grade and wcifhls 22.25-22.85; 260-300 Ibs. 21.25-22.00; choice 150-170 Ibs 20.00-21.75; 1:10-14(1 Ibs 17.00-19.660; sows 23 lower; bulk 400 Ibs down 13.00-10.50: heavier sows 17.00-18.50; boars 11.00-14.00. Cattle 1.700, calves 700; trading generally slow in all classes; few small lots steers and heifer:; little change from Wed.; cows opened steady with yesterday 1 :; late decline; bulls f u l l y 50 lower; spots more; vealcrs unchanged; Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Get Pep Fttl Ytirt Ymf*r, Full Â«f Vin ii"ki'ni'7r'ra:".'15 "'inu.'^iTiiS'KfSVrv'i 1 ',"; rVv^wvar-^.-""- K "Â·" '*"-Â»Â·Â· in-liy Trl^lMlrtn; Krt rwular 11.in At druf itorei everywhere--in Ftiy- ^ttevlllc, Faycttcvillle and Red Crou Drue*. Hear mcfflath! ATTEND BIG STATE-WIDE RALLY AT MtcARTHUR PARK. LITTLE ROCK. NIGHT OF July 25th - 8:30 to 9 p. m. (Above Is Broadcast Time, Hally Starts At 7:00 P. M.) TU* Will Be Stit* Nttwork Brotdcmit AT SO HEAR McMATH ON JULY 28th AT 8:30 P. M. and JULY 28th AT 8:30 P. M. YOUR NEAREST LOCAL STATION IS: KGRH 1450 on Y 0ur D IO \ Pol. Adv. Paid For By Henry Woods. Cam. Ugr. Philacdlphia 4~ Pittsburgh Only games scheduled; AMERICAN LEAGUE CHILE When It it pours What's a tomato without Morton's? NOT just nrrtHiry WMlptpcr. hut rcmnanti of line decorator papers Â«uch MB Pwk Avenue. Praeger Jinrt BirÂ«e. Alio A few imporli left from our summer Â·rason. MÂ»rk*d at unbeliever bit- low prices lo clnj* out for new merchandiee. It For jour wood work or walls, we hnv* the seniÂ»tionÂ«l new Rubberized Satin Finish. Come* In lovely deep rich tones and clear pa*l.li. Thii paint u ready to use. No priming, no ihinninj. just pul il on. At only 1.14 per gnl. Ask for 5 H Green Stamps JOHNSON'S 25 N. Block Phon. 806 w Vcw York 5fi BoEton 51 Washington 50 Cleveland 50 Chicago .. 4B Philadelphia 41 5t. Louis 35 Detroit .. __ 29 Bttston 10, Chicago 4. Cleveland 7, New York 3. Philadelphia 3. St. Louis 2. Washington 5, Detroit 2, 18 in lings. SOUTHERN ' ASSOCIATION W L Pet. Atlanta _________ _____ 57 .4.1 Chattanooga ________ 5fi 45 New Orleans ________ 55 46 Mobile ______ _ _ _ 51 52 Nashville ___________ 48 54 Birmingham _______ 47 54 Memphis ..... _______ 47 56 Little Rock _________ 44 55 Select Your Fall Coat Now From Our Beautiful Collection... Use C-B's Lay-Away P l a n . . . Pay Only 10$ Down \ Chattanooga 7. Birmingham 5 Litlle Rock 6, New Orleans 2. Mobile 7, Memphis 2. Nashville 7, Atlanta 3. Today's Market-- St. Iflulu LiTntock National StockyÂ»rdf, III. - f/Tl- (USDA) - Hogs 7.500, steady to 25 lower t h a n Wednesday; a c t i v e Â·U decline; b u l k chnire 180-220 Â· OPENING TODAY Â· DUVALL'S Steak House featuring K. C. STEAKS N.W. ARK. BROILERS Prepared the Way Yon Like '/:/// by "Kcllcy" Kramer MR. AND MRS, T, D, "MAC" McKENNA Highway 71 Nnrth Htvra 4 M H f.M. Clearance! Â·Summer Dresses Â·Summer Suits Â·Summer Sportswear SAVE 40% Our labels . . . . 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