Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1952 · Page 19
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July 31, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

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Stevenson Says Tax Cut Pledges Can Be Foolish Would Not Offer Forlorn Hopes, Candidate Asserts Springfield, lU.-W-Gov. Adla! Stevenson, the Democratic party's presidential candidate, believes thtt "foolish promises" of substantial federal tax cuts can be "very misleading" Stevenson said yesterday that j everybody wants a reduction in taxes, but it must be obtained at the earliest opoortunity "consistent with our needs." He was asked concerning Dwight D. Eisenhower's remarks He said he , elt th( , Taft-Hart- recently a':out reducing federal !ey law needed subs tantial revi- taxes, and replied: I sion but saw no necess ity for its *'I would hope that neither can- i repeal, didate nor party would offer i · hopes that are forlorn and at the | japan and Chile produce sul- same time be demanding a de- phur in commercial volume from fense establishment to accomplish I volcanic deposits. our common objective." Elsenhower, t h e Republican presidential nominee, had envisioned a 40 billion dollar yearly federal spending cut, but he did not specify any date for the goal. Stevenson said he regarded foreign policy as the "most important consideration" of the coming political 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 reluctant 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 governor replied "I don't believe I'm gifted with talents of that kind. But I'll give it everything I can.' He parried a question whether he'd keep Secretary of State Acheson if he was elected president by saying, "I haven't the faintest idea about the cabinet and won't say anything until after the election." They Couldn't- Roze It BIG SAVINGS for Your Fall Painting«,. Papering Prictt Good Through August Great Western Paints and Varnishes W» ar« giving 10% off on all intid* Points, Flat Wall, Enamels, Varnishes, Rubber Base, and Water Paints. We have a limited supply of Deep Color Flat Wall Oil Paint Reg*. 7.54 Now $5.98 while it lasts White All-Purpose Paint only $3.25 gal. Imperial Wallpaper-Washable-Fadeproof lot Ceiling Paper, Reg. 45c Now 30e lot Ceiling Paper, Reg. 27e Now 15c lot Side Wall Paper, Reg. 80c Now 60c lot Side Wall Papeer, Reg 90e Now 70c lot Side Wall Paper, Reg. 60c Now 30c Many other patterns greatly reduced. $2.75 Limited supply of room lot bundle* Wollrite Paper. 500 *q. ft. to roll Plumbing, Fixtures, Fittings and Pipe. Vi-in. Copper Tubing Ft. 25c Shallow Well Water System, fully automatic, only $98.50 FAIRWAY HARDWARE 230 Mill St. Phone 2650 We Give SH Green Stamps . . . So They Blazed It-- The white frame house, at New Haven, Conn., seen above, was erected before the American Revolution, in those days, when men built, they i'Jilt to stay. Owned by the city, it was scheduled for destruction ns t v/as in tl?e way of a new road. But the building was so strongly constructed that it was extremely difficult to tear down. So the city decided to burn it down, at little or no cost, while at the ssme liTMe giving the lire department some practice in handling fires. In upper picture, Fire Chief Paul P. Heinz( center, left, and Deputy Chief Tom Collins, direct the "arson" preparations. Below, firemen stand by as he house goes up In flames. Resents Practice 01 Voodooism, Shoots Wile Houston, Texas -(fP)- V o o d o o failed, but his .380 automatic didn't. The woman was dead of seven bullet wounds yesterday and the husband, Junious White, 29, was Mineral Springs The Rev. Fred Huckleberry will conduct services at the Community House at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The musical program will feature the West Fork Harmonaires Quarter under the direction of Vol Davis, and accordion music by Mr. Huckelberry. The Home Demonstration Club will meet at 1 p.m. Friday with jailed on a charge of murder. The woman was shot down as i Mrs. Bcrniece Crawford and Mrs. she ran to a house next door to j Mamie O'Brien as hostesses, call police. . , , j Jimmie Hall has enlisted in the White surrendered to police', Army. after the shooting and told them i Mrs. Elizabeth Wnolson and I his wife had practiced voodoo to | son, Capt. Hobert Wool son, are make him love only her. He said ] visiting relatives in Ontario, Can- she wore a knotted silk string j ada. around her waist, put a can of lye Mr. and Mrs. Todd Malone and under his bed and carried garlic in her purse. son, and Mrs. Shepherd attended baptismal services at Baptist Ford Yesterday morning, he said, she j Sunday afternoon, threatened to put poison in his Pvl. and Mrs. Walter Hale have food. "So I went and got my .380 returned to Texas after visiting automatic," he said, "and when i Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hale. Mrs. Hale she ran eut of the house I shot | is the former Miss Lorraine Neal her." of Mineral Springs. In Business io Serve You T/tat's True of Your Carrier as Well as Your Newspaper! e SUNSHINE or rain--it's all the same to your carrier-boy. No matter what the weather, he aims to deliver your copy on time-Vith all the news, pictures, features, comics end other things lhat make your daily newspaper tops in reading enjoyment. His eagerness to serve you is spurred by fiie fact that his newspaper route is strictly bis own business enterprise--and that it will prosper only as he pleases hii customers with prompt deliveries, regular collections end careful attention to address change* when families move in or out. Such a home-delivery system assures the best possible newspaper service for you, end provides profitable business training kr your carrier-boy. Next time he calls at your home, get belter acquainted with this ambitious y o u n g businessman. He's well worth knowing and encouraging all you NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Mourn First Lady Of Argentina A group of women weep as they gn?^ at a photograph of Mrs. Eva lvron, wife of th« president of Arentina, who died after a lingering illness. The Rro-up was assembled In one of the First L»dy'« political onimittee rooms in Buenos Aires. The word "fiasco" conies fmrn he Venetian Rlassbiowers. It icant "flask," although it means failure" in English, High in the Himalaya Mountains zoologists have found b*es, moths, xrasshoppers and butterflies. Biffin NMHM, Jr* \ Ac*Mri M Santa Ana, Calif. -W)- taf C. Robiruon, Jr., 19, ion of actor, wai^cqultted ynterds bkd check charges by a jury was acquitted of writing a w lesi check for tilt. 48 .'or tire; testified he stopped payment cause he thought he was charged. He later made restit Robinson, Sr., told the Sup Court jury he was unhappy hjs son's February marrtif actress Frances Chlsholm, not enough to cut off hU on Happy Is The to When Backache Goes Away... N»l!nl bxiueh*, feu of M» u ·* n*ftd«ch«B and dliilRw mur to tfu* I* f *mn of kWney /unrliun. Dnetore ··* kldiMy function U very ImportMt !· botth. Wh*ni»m»nnnhri«H M ilrwi »n4 «lr»ln, MUM* thhf i tin hm:liiwh*-r«tl mlMrnM der Irritation* dm to tolrf or wrowr diet The . Don't nrflrct your kUnen U tlww e of snowcapped j ikw twUwr ?mi. Trr boM 1 * ~ mountains in the Belgian Congo are the home nf the last remaining | mountain gorillas. wiMiirt «V». fe. kUMrtabM U I Ml Hunk out WHU. OH Mu'l rife M f ort.-h.lc th« 1 1 Blknof k SAVINS mm OUR Super Value Event -- 2 Days - Friday-Saturday MEN'S SUMMER SUITS One raclt of fhese at a give-away price. Single and double breasted styles. Blue, tan, greys. Broken size rangt. Not all sizes in all styles. MEN'S FANCY ·ROADCLOTH DRESS SHIRTS Buy now for bock-to-school wear: Uto17 1.66 Women's Summer SKIRTS Printed and S o l i d Color Cottoru. Not all sizes in all styles. OTHERS . , , $3 Women's Summer BLOUSES Closeout of oil summer s t y l e s . Your choice Sizes 32 to 38 Reduced Wemen's DRESSES Sheer Cottons In solids and patterns. Reduced to clear. Wemen'i MT1M DRESSES Our best line of summer dretiet at this low price. NLLHKRY C h o o s e several of this low price. Hurry for bett selection. Enter Han MEN'S SUMMER T I E S 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 ' C l Color, Pink. Sizes 42 and 46. Women's Straw Hats Brood brim--good fishing hat 39' Girls' Summer Blouses ind Halters Not all tii.es Your choice Girls' Cotton Dresses Solids and Prints. Broken sizes $! $2 MORE SAVINGS HERE! Boys' Knit Polo Shirts CSV Siie 4-5-6. Blue, tan, brown ^BF^ir Boys' Knit Boxer Shorts Siz« 4-5-6. Blue, tan, brown Boys' Crinkle Crepe Pijimas Siie 16 only Boys Dress Suits Odd's and ends of Bttlir Suits now reduced to a Clearance Price. 3 to 6. Not all titts in all styles. WOMEN'S SHOES A table f u l l of these fine summer styles. Pumps, Wedgies, Sandals. Your thoiee-only Mric SnMi $2,50 GIRLS' SHOES Over 100 pairs at thii price. Barefoot styles and straps. A good shoe for back to school. I swtr ZlftffM, elM 4, Mi ·OYS' BARGAIN TABU Ploy Swits Shirts, Shorts. Matched sels. Your choke-ony item 1 Net en slm to ill REDUCED ! RAYON SUITING! \ fancy patterns 1st T«m j Blue, Greyt, MM! fe Skirts, Suits, Dretiet. 44" WIDE

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