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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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» ' AKAMAI mm, toyeNevNe. AriNMtet, Mwirf.y, Au«uil 4, 1*51 Praise*: hbUBon-MVPollllclaruif lo(h major parlies tw-ay credited Gov. Adlal Stevenson of Illinois i the Democatic preildcntial nominee, with 'A smart move in estab- lishinf! his national campaign | headquarters In his home slate at Springfield. They said thi« will ml iii vr-nmi In hiii apparent effort !o divorce his campaign from 1 the Trumnn administration and i iOYKI LUMIER CO. m to ciwri« I I',, v ,',-., ·,..).,,,.,,, .1 w ,|| i.,.| 0 ; Stevenson hid for support of Mid- Wc.sli MI .inri independent voters, M C C 8 I VOTE FOR JACKSON G. BYRD FOR CIRCUIT CLERK AUGUST 12th I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT AND WILL DEVOTE MY ENTIRE TIME TO THE DUTIES OF THIS OFFICE AS I HAVE NO OTHER AFFILIATIONS. YOUR VOTE WILL BE FOR A FULL TIME AND EFFICIENT ADMINISTRATION OF THIS OFFICE. Veteran World War II and Korean War JACKSON G. BYRD Pol. Adv. Paid for by Jackson G. Byrd Two Parties In Utah Ready For All-Out Battle Well Knowns Take Part In Election j For High Offices i Salt Lake Clty-W)-Utah's Dem! ncrafs and Republicans began ]m- ; ing up behind thr-ir champions to! day for a no-holds-harred battle of (he bridge several day« a|o and the hole has been getting larger ever since; In faet, there arc two holes now and you have to sort of "work" your car through. 1 hop* no stranger paisei that way, especially after dark. Walter Turner said Saturday that John wasn't dolnf well at ill. At-cordinr to Walter, Mr. Turner has a sort of "heart asthma" and has had a lot of choldnf and wnotherini spells lately. John has done a lot of trapping and hunting in his time and has many interesting stories of hia experiences. The Milers. WHO lived on the old Andy Williams place, rented their farm, had n sale, and moved Oklahoma while I was on va lion, but they only sold their livestock and the Dodge truck. I think th'jy plan to come back in about tri decide candidates for the U. S. I two years, though. Mrs. Miler was Senate in the September !) pri- I always making a batch of cookies. PLAYS DEAD. THEN RUNS AWAY CO TO A MOVIE! COOL U A R K Northern Light i the Funniest Sights GLENN FORD RUTH ROMAN DEMISE DARCEL IOSTIN ALASKA Mf% GREEN'-TtMEWEU WITH IDEAS" "DEVIL'S DOORWAY" "FABULOUS SENORITA TUES. WED. THURS. j mary elecUon. : The two parties, al state tnnven- . tlonx over ihn weekend named · some well-known political Klarli- i a tors to carry their banners into Ihn Senate f r a y and chose nominees for lesser offices. Incumbent Republican Sen. Ar- I h u r V. Walk ins' .scat is at .stake. Watkins, spoking reelection, will he opposed by Mrirrlncr Ecclrs. former c h a i r m a n of the Federal Reserve BnarrJ. In the Democratic primary. Hep. Waller K. Grander nnd cx-Gov. Herbert R. May will b a t t l e it out for the right to camnaign for the Senate in the November elections. The Democrats ended their convention Saturday on a note of harmony n f t e r requiring their candidates to sign a "loyalty pledge." Representative Granger's First congressional district scat will be /ought over by R e p u b l i cans George W. Staples and Douglas R. Strinufellow, nnd Democrats George T. Frost, mayor of Ogdcn, and Ernest R. McKay. Incumbent Rep. Reva Reck Rosone, running for reelection, will be opposed in the Democratic primary by Charles R. Pedrrsm for thf Second congressional district j seat. I Their Republican rnuntr*marts are Don M. Dal ton and W i l l i a m A. Dawson. For governor, R e p u b l i c a n incumbent Gov. .1. Bracken Lee is opoosed by Cyril A. Callistcr, a Salt Lake City doctor. Democratic nominees are Mayor Earl J. Glade of Salt Lake City and Secretary of State Hcber Bennion Jr. peanut peanut brittle, etc., and leaving a sample in the mail box for me to try. She was a very nice person, indeed, Mr. Miler was also nice but he couldn't make brittle. The E. H. Youngs arc home again after a trip to California. Mr. Young said that they had a real nice time and he especially liked the deep-sea fishing. He has a picture of himself and a large fish he wants to show me. I don't re-i member who caught the fish. Edwin Wilson and Trumbo Shackleford have fixed thcii mail boxes up in fine Ktylc, Both boxes were there together, but the Shackleford box has had sort of tired look and has been leaning to the north. Now I can drive up there w i t h my eyes shut and put their mail in. The Houston Wests have either built a new picket fence or given Fire Insurance Rales Reduced On Dwellings In Cities, On Farms Little Rock-^Pj-Fire insurance rates on frame dwellings in cities and .on farms were reduced by 5500,000--one of the largest reductions ever ordered by the State Department of Insurance. State Insurance Commissioner J. Herbert Graves said policies written and delivered with an effective date of June 1 or later may be endorsed to take advantage of the reduced rates. The reduction became effective July 31. Frame dwelling rates were re- dured from $3.40 per thousand dollars of insurance to S2.80 in Fort Smith and Little Rod:. In C'/,s 5 cities--North Little Rock, fine Bluff, Te.\arkana,' Jonesboro. Hot Springs and Cammack Village--rates were reduced i from $3.80 to $3.20 per thousand. I the old one paint. Their nine coat o( white house sits up on hillside and the new fence imrcly looks nice. I was glad to learn that Peggy Ann McConnick, 16. daughter of the C. W. McCormicks, is recovering from the polio attack the suffered several weeks ago. She is having a sort of a slow go of it, but is slowly getting better. We're I all pulling for you. Peggy Ann. A little gravel has been put on that woist hill on the Ed Edward-; road. There are also several other places that could stand a touch f)f gravel, but we are always t h a n k f u l for what we do get. Jim Chandler was taking it easy as I drove by Saturday. He was sitting out on the front porch practicing on his fiddle. J didn't even know he played. j In spite of the hot wcathe.. ! John Dockcry claims to have - | raised some fine tomatoes . . . I and to prove that he has, hp said he was going to bring some down to tiie mail box for me today. Jenny Brown- has just returned ---- j from a two-week visit with his It was nice to go back to work children in Wichita Kan Mr after being away for Ihrnc weeks. | Brown told me that he even'got a Going back to work after a vaca- 1 '"^ --·· tion is snrt of like getting up in the morning; you hate even to think about doing it. but after the I n i t i a l shock it isn't as bad as you had imagined. We certainly could use somoj getting tired of writing about all rain. These long ipelis of dry Ibis dry weather, weather arc no good for anyone unless it is the cold drink people. . . . Saturday, Glenn Reed predicted rain before Monday nisht. But Maude said that no one but darn fools and newecomcrs predicted the weal her around here in the summer time, and I think she knows t h a t Glenn has been here quite a while. In spite of so little l a i n , the trees in the hills aro holding their ored ffi^TJW'-^ilSSS ~ S^rs"' - - ·FROM1NO CimCAl INJMY, Robert Powers, driver of » «tolen car' |whlch crashed In a police chase In Chicago, liei ai if dying while the Rev. Anthony Zakarausakaa administera last rites. Later, after police (put him In an tmbulance, he got up and ran away while they were busy with another victim. But they got him. (International sonndphatai R.F.D. Seven By JACK CARLISLE job and worked four davs for a milk company while he was there but he didn't talk like he cared much for the m i l k company--or Wichita, cither, for that matter. I hope we have some rain; I'm j Bob Hope And School- j Harm Shire Honors Los Angeles - (/T) - Comedian Bob Mope and a Santa Barbara, Calif., school teacher will be hon- Monday night at the 53rd Nine Yugoslavs To Visit Farms In This County Springdale -(Special)- Three Washington County farm youths win play host to nine Yugosla-v agricultural officials tomorrow morning. The Yugoslavs, representing the only Communist nation .siding with the western nations in the cold war, are making a 10-day tour of Arkansas. They will inspect the laying flocks of Richard Harp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Harp, and Jtrry Dclozier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reed Dclozier. They will also inspect seven head of registered Angus heifers owned by Darid Eicher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eicher. | After visiting the three farms the visitors will be guests at a noon luncheon at the AQ Chicken House. Other guests will include young Harp, Delozier and Eicher, Shorty ly -sons, Harold Parsons, Billy Thompson, Arch Thompson, and others. The Yugoslavs, guests of the government, will be accompanied by Ernie Ryall, Wisconsin county Insurance executives in Fayetteville said this morning they agent and advisor. me sroup's technical EVERYTHING M FlUMMNO end SUmitS FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVtRNNWNT AVI TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Yours From o Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP have not been notified of figures on the rate reduction here in con. nection with a statement by Insurance Commissioner Graves. One firm said it expected woitt early this week on how much the cuts will be in this section. FT. SMITH'S First Big-Tiny ICE SHOW! HARPER STADIUM Aug. 19 thru 23 NHtly At 8:15 ALL NEW! t* - ^ ^^^^^^·^·····^···^ Tonite Tuesday 8:00-10:00 A STORY THAT ROARS ROM THE TOP OF THE AD VENTURE WORLD I AlONGTHf GREAT DIVIDE JKHWUSJMYO MM IHNNAN ..Added Fun, Color Cartoon World News Tfl DRIVE IN __ IMS! CMMr IF 75 tftentt Sail -- Intl. Tit $1.50 - $2.00 - $2.50 Few lox Seilt $3.00 Unrnerved -- $1.00 MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY Send check or money order with stamped self-addressed envelope to: ICE VOGUES of 1952. % Amrlta Grotto. Masonic Temple. Ft. Smith, Ark. Make checks payable to: ICE VOGUES. WORLD'S LARGEST PORTABLE ICE FLOOR! SKATING STARS FROM FIVE DIFFERENT COUNTRIES! Tickets Go on Sale A«(. 6 at Chamber ot Commerce Offlci · 61 Garnion, Ft. Smith FmeDted «T AntriU Gnttit for Central FaJay ChlMren it Joteph M. mi Sctwl, Fart Smith. 1M« t. th. NeWS, each , .tf 7 JO AM, .v* KORH OKLAHOMA TIKE 4V SUPPLY COT stock pounds. I t h i n k that the family iins gone Jewel Turner back to Ne\« Mexico. Their mail 1ms fallen olf to nothing and their mail box has disappeared. Mr. Turner was a house mover in Hobbs, New Mexico. They moved i n t o the Hazel Valley community about three or four months ago. I am a f r a i d t h a t by the time you read this, some one will have one busted a board Hope wins the first Al Jnlson Medal for outstanding service} during and since World War II in entertaining servicemen abroad.' The schoolmarm, Mrs. Geraldinc t Jones, was selected VFW Teacher I of the Year for "teaching children ( ocracy. MORE! much more, for your money! BIG 8.2 Cu. Ft. HOME FREEZER Personnel nf the U.S. armed _ _ _ forces cat about 388 pounds of fallen through that bridge over meat a year on the average coin- Middle Fork ut King's Ford. Someliwed with about 148 pounds for J in the floor] civilians. creation's dawn loosed on our world today! 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