Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 11, 1952
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Reserve Units In Training For Administration Fort Sill, Okla.-(Sjiecial)-Mem- bers of the 306th Military Government Group, Fajctteville, Ark reserve u n i t here on a two-week Free Book On Arthritis And Rheumatism HOW TO AVOID CRIPPLING ,, jf fiilarged 4 4 - I p..*« book entitled ·Kheiimatism" ' w i l be SMI free to anyone who v.-il: write for it. It reveals why drugs and modi- · ciiies give onlj ten,,,ur rt r, le [ief t.-d fail to rwnuve the causes of the trouble; explains a specialized non-surgical, non-rnedical treatment which has proven successful for the past 33 vears lt ma.v be the means of saving you years of untold misery. Write The Ba " Clini(- ' Df rt ._hv.celsior Springs, Missouri tour of active duty, have theoretically taken over the government of Little Rock as a training exercise. The unit, marie up of 39 officers, * warrant officer and 19 enlisted men, has the wartime mission of administering conquered or liberated areas after combat has ceased. In the exercise here a fictitious country. "Republic-ana," has beeii created to allow the reservists to practice meeting the problems they would face in t a k i n g over the i Governmental functions of a city, i Liltlc Rock, as one of the cities of i the nation, is being administered i by the Arkansas unit. ' The 306th arrived at Forl Sill I August 3. and will return home j August 17. Their training includes' actual firing of weapons on the range. P'ayetleville men training with the u n i t include: Col. James T. Phillips, commanding officer, Lt. Col. Joe H. Backus, Lt. Col. Thomas F. B u t t , Lt. Col. Marvin T. Etlrniston. LI. Col. James n. Mulkey. Maj. James C. Athorlon. M a i . James E. McClelland. Capl. W i l l i a m S. B u n - . , nor. Cap!. Waller P. Carr, Jr., i i John J. S c h a n a f e l l , first Lt'. Gay: Ion V. P.vle. First LI. H u r l n n C : Ray. Capt. W i l l i a m M. Byrrt, Second LI. Franklin I. Piesson. Set. ' Thomas R. Keck. Pfc. Trny w. ' Cox, Pvt. Herbert L. Culwefl. I'vt. Theodore, E. Hess, and I'vt. David ' P. Paul. HELPS NEGROES-Banks and buiineis houses throughout New York have begun the sale, ·t a premium, of the now Car; ver-Washington commemorative ; half-dollar pictured above. The iJialf-dollar, okayed by Congress i for premium tale at J2.00, hon,'on George Washington Carver ' and Booker T. Washington. The face shows heads of the two great .Negro leaders. On the obverse side is a map of the U. S. with the slogan "Freedom and Opportunity for All--Americanism." Proceeds will go to ·id underprivileged Negroes. Many household accidents n««d not We iug- g«»l that you check your home from cellar to ottic, to eliminate accident hai- ordii then check with us for details on insurance. » Our coverage will prolnt you financially in a n y emergency. Call us now I * There's a lure way to make certain all your insurance ii right for you. Call us to study your situation and your policies. Renner Company, Inc. Intensive Campaign For Blood Donations Opens Washington -l/Pj- An intensive ! M j c n drive for blood donations through- I MS-- n«,,i=i, ' " "* U I Mi - " S ,, , . . . . -* .vcster-1 M a r t i n of Conway. clay a will be supported by the \ . _ National Advertising Council. I C B | The American Red Cross h a s ' ' D l : been named official collecting I f\l I I agency. The blood is needed for j for use in First in fuyetteville FBI is studying the files of the S e n a t e Crime Committee, but it decline:, U say w h a t for. The v o l u m i n o u s rer longer a c t i v e , were rnnipjlert dur- 1 me months of licarincs of the who has committee, o r i g i n a l l y headed hy n a patient at SI. Lukes H'IS- i Senator K e f a u v e r (D-Temil. Thci . , lasma to be s'on ! any atomic attack. Farmiugton Mrs Brooks Lewie., . . ; pilal, St. Louis, has been returned ! home. Her condiKn.". is described as sood. Mrs. Ray Pope, the former Miss ''over testimony ' sanrolinr. nsr , olher racket;. Insurance, of All Kinds" . her husband is stationed with the ' · A r m v . · | Mre. W. K. Coolcy of Fayrtle- i ville reviewer! t h e book "A Man ! : Called Peter." Tuesday afternoon '· | at the Methodist Church. The re-' . view was sponsored by the Wo- I | men's Society of Christian Serv- | I A reception was held on t h e ' I Methodist Church lawn at 7:30 p ' I : rn. Friday for the Rev. and Mrs A ' L. Riggs. Mr. Rig E5 has been re- i I assigned to the church here for the coming year. Games were direct- |,«-d by Miss Hazel Kerr and M j « , ! h Marie Brown. Refreshments were i 11 served hy Miss Barbara Toney ' i . Mrs. Sally Mitchell, and Miis : 11 Carol Kchn. Fred Kerr presented ! I Mr. and Mrs. Riggs w i t h a gilt on ! behalf of the congregation. Mrs. A. E. Toney spent last week at Harrison with relatives : Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Pittman are visiting their children in Detroit. ' -You are cordially invited to a~ Special Showing of ROTHMOOR Coats and Suits Tomorrow Only Mr. Wtlliom Schwartz, spccio | representative, wHI present for your selection famous Rothmoor suits, self-trimmed coots ond fur-trimmed coots. Come choose your style, fabric and color for pre-Full delivery. rllCS ·.:«. D,«U. r '"'6 rfODCrS Special Purchase New FALL SKIRTS Expertly Tailored by Washington - r/pi - A health study show.- the nation's death rate, dnipucd nearly 45 ner cent d u r i n g the first half of t h i s century while, life expectancy in- A hook published yesterday hy the Rrookinss I n s t i t u t m n . A m-j_ vale research organization, compared Ihe ISOn ricath rale of l i . a Per l.nnn persons w i t h fl.6 per I.- nnn in A decline was note'! in pneumonia and s i m i l a r respiratory maladies, but. increases were recorder! for cancer and other malignant tumors. HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEE BOB HALL AT WHITELEY'S GARAGE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME SHOE SALE Final Closeouf of all Ladies' and Children's Summer Shoes and Sandals They're here again! Cashmere Sweaters Tti« very iom« wend«rful foihlon, fit ond fobrle thol 90 Into fomouj Hond- mocher suiti ore her* in on ajlonljh- ' ingly low-pric»d collection of Hond- mocher iklrtil Both .Mm and flared Hylej in Miron' t jobardine, patterned worsted or excluiive imported tweed. Foll'i neweit colon, ii»t ]o to 18. Come in early for be,! .election. Only * · main floor front Look at the Bargains we're offering: 250 pairs of Women's Pumps, Sandals and Nylon Mesh TRIM TREAD and STYLE STRIDE Brands-VALUES TO $9.65 250 pairs of Children's Sandals and Summer Dress Shoes POLL PARROTT and STAR BRAND VALUES $2.95 to $5.65 We Give SH Green Stamp L A N E R BROS, SHOE SHOP SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Out of the famous red shoe box comes ,,. FALL '52 By TOWN COUNTRY ; IMPERIAL RUBY in the doilc ; red ne*i in Town t, Country shoes. Mony other styles to choose from $9.95 ond $10.95 Sod, luxmimn imported coshmeii fashioned inlo ihg »* 0 jon'j loveliest iweoten . . . beating Hie lomouj "House of Coshmere" label. Pullortr Short Start $ 10 s Cardigan · main floor front flAP JACK . . . iu*d* nff, rich in orntwr color. · main floor ctnr.r i/a

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