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ttevenson Says Tax Cut Pledges Can Be Foolish Â· Would Not Offer Forlorn Hopes, Candidate Asserts Springfield, IlI.-0p)-Gov. Ad1Â«l Stevenson, the Democratic party's presidential candidate, believes tnÂ»t "foolish promises" of substantial federal tax cuts can be "very misleading." Stevenson said yesterday that everybody wants a reduction in t*xÂ«, but it must be obtained at the earliest opnortunity "consistent with our needs." He was asked concerning Dwight D. Eisenhower's remarks' recently a'.out reducing federal taxes, and replied: our common objective. Eisenhower, the Republican presidential nominee, had envisioned a 40 billion dollar yearly federal spending cut, but he did not specify any ("ate,for the goal. Stevenson said he regarded foreign policy as the "roost important consideration" of the coming po- liticil campaign, and that he supposed his views and those of Eisenhower on this subject will turn out to be similar. He said he no longer is a reluc- :ant candidate for president and is "quite content with the Chicago Democratic convention and its results." Asked if he could make a 'give-'em-hell campaign," t h e iovernor replied "I don't beliei m gifted with talents of th kind. But I'll give it everything an." He parried a question whethe he'd keep Secretary of State Ache son if he was elected president by saying, "I haven't the faintes idea about the cabinet and 1 won't say anything until after the election." - Â·Â·Â·Â· ii i i mmm^mumf^^^ They Couldn't Raze It . . . NOtTHwm UBUMW TMHB. Mourn First Lady Of Argentina He said he felt the Taft-Hart ley law needed substantial revi- -I would hope that neither can-! rewa, 3 "' "" "Â° ""^ 'Â° r " S didate nor party would offer,! iÂ»me time be demanding a de- fense establishment to accomplish Japan and Chile K ,TM M ^ C ;,,,,- phur in commercial volume from volcanic deposits. BIG SAVINGS for Your Fall Painting ,nd Papering Pricis Good Through August Great Western Painfs and Varnishes IMMlfef, My Jl, Iff) . Etari Robin*, Jr., Of Our* Santa Ana, Calif. -W). Edward 0. Roblnion, Jr., 19, .on of '.he Â·ctor, was acquitted yesterday of bad check charges by a jury. He wis acquitted of writing a worth- lea check for $118.48 Jor tires, but testified he stopped payment because he thought he was overcharged. He later made restituion. Robinson, Sr, told the Superior -win jury he was unhappy over ntÂ« son's February marriage to ctress Frances Chisholm, "but Â£L^^|5J? cul L of hl " cftdH." Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away So They Blazed It-- bÂ»f n TM h ('il! f . rame . hou Â«- at New Haven, Conn., seen above, was erected oeipre the American Revolution. In those days, when men built they tiuil to stay. Owned by the city, it was scheduled for destruction ns t v/ds in tl'e way of a new road. But trie building was so s'rnngly onstruc e d t h a t it was extremely difficult to tear down. So the city ecided to burn it down, at little or no cost, while at the same lime ung the lire department some practice in handling fires. In upper ucture, Fire Chief Paul P. Heinzf center, left, and Deputy Chief Tom ollins, direct the "arson" preparations. Below, firemen stand by as the home goes up in flames. . ,,,, I, im ,,, , , ; The word "fiasco" comes from the Venetian glassbiowers. It meant "flask," although it means "failure" in English. High In the Himalaya Mountains zoologists have found bees, moths, grasshoppers and butter- flics. The slopes of snowcapped mountains in the Belgian Congo are the home of the last remaining mountain gorillas. Uon'l liwfet , mr bothr 7 Â»u. TIT k. lint .Â«t-,I ' fom- UriR Â° W . : , w " Â· Â· onh . J7 0 "' Enom Â«l*. Vowi*hÂ«, Rubber BOM and Water Paints. WÂ« have a limited supply of Deep Color Flat Wall Oil Paint "Â·Â«Â·Â· 7 -M Now $5.98 while it lash Â· White All-Purpose Point only $3.25 gal, . Imperial Wallpaper -Washable-Fadeproof - 4Sc Nw 30c - 27e ........ Now 15c 80c ...... NÂ»" Â«e 1 lot Sidt Wall Paper/Reg. 60e . . . Now 30c Many othtr patterns greatly reduced. Limited supply of room lot bundles Â»Â« Â·- Wollrite Paper. 500 .g^ft. to toll.. J/./J Plumbing, Fixtures, Fittings and Pipe. Vi-m. Copper Tubing Ft. 25e Shallow Well Water System, fully automatic, Â«nly $98.50 FAIRWAY HARDWARE 230 Mill St. p non , 2650 We Give SH Green Stamps Mineral Springs TERftffK SAVINGS DURING OUR E- Of Month Super Value Event -- 2 Doys - Fridoy-Soturday SUITS One rack of these at a give-away price. Single and double breasted styles. Blue, tan, greyi. Broken size range. Not all sizes in all styles. MEN'S FANCY Â·ROADCLOTH DRESS SHIRTS Suy now for back-to-Khool wear ' 1 4 Â» o l 7 .66 Woman's Summer SKIRTS Printed and S o l i d Color Cottons. Not all sizes in all styles. "' tho Co "TMÂ»- Houston, Texas -(#Â·)- V o o d o o - u charms that Mrs. Alary White, 29, y = at 2:3 Â° p ' m ' Sunday, used to hold her husband's love I Tho niusica ' program will feature failed, but his .380 automatic I the West Fork Harmonaires Quar- d l Â°" t - let under the direction of Vol The woman was dead of so^cn Davis, and ai:corrHnn rr.ur.ic by bullet wounds yesterday and the ' Mr. Hllckeiberry. . husband, Junious White, 'i, ..,,,, jailed on a charge of murder. The Home Demonstration Club will meet at 1 p.m. Friday with ran r i Wh P i?e r a k r AP she " ----- --.Â». .mi Jin. 1 1, at j u.in. r riQuv wlin Sh Â°' d Â° Wn as Mrs ' Bcrnioce Crawford and Mrs e MXt door to Mamie Â°' Brim Â« hostesses. e s,,rrendered ,,, police I ATM"?TM" Ha " *" ^^ in ^ l Â° Id ' h e m ' Mrs - Elizabeth Woolson and voortot) to ! E Â°". Capl. Robert Woolson. are " C s " id Â«Â«Â«"Â« relatives in Ontario/Can! f p h a H , M 1 prac lce 0 1 y a knotted silk string ada. around her waist, put a can of lye under his bed and carried garlic m her purse. Yesterday morning, he said she threatened to put poison in hi* . , -Â» 80 she her.' H . , i f \ d when o-.it of the house I shol Mr. and Mrs. Todd Malone and son, and Mrs. Shepherd attendee baptismal services at Baptist Fort Sunday afternoon. Pvt. and Mrs. Walter Hale have reiurned to Texas after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hale. Mrs. Hale OTHERS Women's Summer BLOUSES Closeout of oil summer s t y l e s . Your choice Sizes 32 to 38 Wwmtn'i DRESSES Sheer Cottons In sol- idt and patterns. Reduced to clear. WMHMI'I HTTtR DRESSES Our beÂ»t line of summer dresiet at thit low price. M.UINERY C h o o s e Mverol at thli low price. Hurry for bnt tÂ«lÂ«tion. is the former Miss Lorraine Nea] of Mineral Springs. In Business to Serve You That's True of Your Carrier as Well as Your Newspaper! e SUNSHINE or rain-it's all the sams to your carrier-boy. No matter what tho weather, he aims to deliver your copy on time-with all the news, pictures, features, comics end other things that make your daily newspaper tops in reading enjoyment. His eagerness to serve you is spurred by Ihe fact thai his newspaper route is strictly his own business enterprise--and that it will prosper only as ho pleasei his customers with prompt deliveries, regular collections end ccrolul attention to address changes when families move in or out. Such a home-delivery system assures the feost possible newspaper iervicÂ» for you, and providei profitable busineu training fcr your carrier-boy. Next time he call* at your home, get better acquainted with thii ambltiou* y o u n g businessman. He'i well worth knowing and Â·ncouraging all you NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES teller Hats,. $2 MEN'S SUMMER TIES One table of these for only REDUCED! MEN'S SUMMER DRESS PANTS Solid colors, fancy patterns, Rayon, Nylon Cords. Our complete stock at this price. Not all sizes in all styles -- 30 to 34 CHECK THIS VALUE LIST Women's Rayon Chemise Color, Pink. Sizes 42 and 46. Women's Straw Hats Broad brim-good fishing hat 39' Girls' Summer Blouses and Halters Not oil Â»iiOi Your choice Girls' Cotton Dresses Solids and Printi. Broken sizes *1 $2 MORE SAVINGS HERE! Boys' Knit Polo Shirts Size 4-S-6. Blue, tan, brown 50' Boys' Knit Boxer Shorts Site 4-i-6. Blue, tan, brown 25' Boys' Crinkle Crepe Pajamas Site 16 only Boys Dress Suits Odds and endi of Better Suits now reduced to a Clearance Price. Sixis 3 to A. Nc! all slits in all styles. $ 2 $ 2 WOMEN'S SHOES A table f u l l of these fine summer styles. Pumps, Wedgies, Sandals. Your choice-only 3 FiMc SMM $2.50 GIRLS' SHOES Over 100 pairs at this price. Barefoot styles and straps. A good shoe for back to school. ZlnfM, tlM 4, Me SOYS' BARGAIN TABLE Play Suits Shirts, Shorts, Matched sets. Your choice--any item 1 KOI Â«n ta U Hemt REDUCED RAYON SUITINGS Foixy ptitterns In Tons, Blue, Grejn. Ideal for Skirts, Suit:, Dresses. 43" WIDE 88'