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August 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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NMTHWUT ARKANSAS TUMIS, F«y«««vill», Arkomot, Thursday, Auflinl 11, 1M Boyle's Column By HAL BOYLE New York - i.-Pt - Every Amcr- if-an boy has a chance lo grow up to be president of the U. S. And many a doling mother would like ., to help her offspring set the job. "But how?" she asks hcrslef, despairingly. "How can 1 rear my boy to be president?" She knows how to train him to become a doctor or a mechanic. But what every mother ought to know, she doesn't know how to train him for the White House. And if she sets out unguided thc can waste a Jot of time and effort. She might, for example, go to the trouble of getting him born in a Joff cabin, when this is no longer politically necessHry. As a mat- UT of fact, the average \oter tu- day is downright suspicious of a candidate who was born in a log cabin. He thinks that is carrying the whole thine too far. ·What a wise mother can do, however, is to try as much as possible to make Junior an all-America boy who appeals to all sections of-the country. She might arrange tn have him born in the rural area of a big farm slate such as Illinois, spend his boyhood in California, and begin his career in New York. ! He should be educated in t h e ; South, say at the University o f . I North Carolina, and then lake a law degree from Harvard Univcr- j j sity. His vacations should be! [spent working at different jobs in | different stales -- on a ranch in : I Michigan, aboard a shrimp boat 1 off Louisiana. ! 1 Early in life she should leach' ; Junior how to t a l k with his mouth ' j f u l l of pebbles, how to fish, how lo play some musical instrument. I The best one is the tuba, as every man secretly would like to be able to blow a tuba. Junior also ousht always to have a dog as a pel, to show his love of animals, and marry a girl who likes cats. A wise mother will sefe t h a t ; Junior does fairly well in school,' but not too well. The voters a r c ; uneasy about a candidate who is j too intelligent, and contemptuous I ; of one who is too dumb. ' I More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH pla fort . Iriproved powder, sprinkled on upper ·nd lower plates holds them firmer so that thtfy feel more comfortable No Bummy. gooey, pasty taste cr feeling. It's alkaline (non-atid;. Does r.nt *our. Checks "plate odor" identur* breath) Get FASTEETH today it any di ·tore. The careful mother w i l l also be aware of "The Doctrine of Prophetic Remarks." This is the | theory that all presidents, pvon as | boys, foresaw the grave prob- ! lems of the future. j As the biggest problem likely In j face most Americans in the n e x t ! generation is where to park their j motor car, the t h o u g h t f u l mother could well have Junior, as a lisp- ing lad of f i v e , look at a t r a f f i ' jam and repeat after her: "Some day I am going lo strike a real blow at all this." This will m a k e a w o n d c r f u anecdote for his campaign 1 traphy. Now a!! the mother must do before launching Junior into politics is to have him enlist for three years as an A r m y p r i v a t e , then finance him in a small hut successful business t h a t makes mnde?l profit and gives its em- ployes nine weeks vacation a year and a bonus at Christmas. Huw can Junior escape lh presidency now 1 Everybody \\ il love him--fishermen, farmers, laborers, capitalists, war veterans cat fanciers, ck)£ collectors, hobbyists, Easterners, Westerners Northerners, Southerners. No, there is one thing more Junior will have to learn how to cook. It's manly today. And housewife is likely lo vote to scnc a man to the White House tha wouldn't know his way around the kitchen. Premier Of Red China Calls On Russia's Stalin Keeping In Closest Touch With High Level Conferences Moscow - (£*) - fied China's Premier Chou Kn-lai conferred at the Kremlin last night with Prime Minister Stalin -- making it evident the generalissimo is keeping in closest touch with the current Chinese-Soviet talks here. Diplomats regarded the visit, at which top aides of both leaders were present, as more than a courtesy call and predicted it would be the first of a series of such talks while Chou is here as tiie chief of a delegation seeking stronger tics between Russia and China. It u a ? recalled- t h a t Stalin personally steered negotiations leading lo" the 1950 Soviet - Chinese- treaty, which is the basis today for cooperation between the two big Communist nations. An o f f i c i a l communique a f t e r last night's meeting did not reveal how Ions it lasted or what subjects were covered. French Leery Of Ping Pong Ocean Vessel Marseille. France - (/P) -Safety- minded French officials say an adventuresome Chicago youth and his crew of three aren't going to sail from this port on ping pong I bans. Maritime authorities have ruled (hat Richard Miller's raft. Kcn- looki, which floats on 75,000 ping pong balls in steel drums, is not a i tit craft for his dream voyage ; across the ^Mediterranean. i Their decision appeared to have ; sunk the Miller expedition before it really got started. Flans for the non-scientific excursion were laid this summer in the bars of the Paris Latin Quarter. Fellow students donated most of the ping pong balls. The four bobbed down the Rhone River from Lyon this week. At the center of an atom is the nucleus, containing from one to 98 particles called protons, each of which has a positive electrical ' charge. : Community-Wide REVIVAL Beginning August 22 Time . . . 7:45 Dee Smith, Evangelist of Winslow, Arkansas Come and join the hundreds and hear this man, mightily used of God, who has a message for the hour at West Fork School Auditorium West Fork, Arkansas Everyone Cordially Invited PENNEYS A L W A Y S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y FOR THE YOUNG MISS it's a BLOUSE and SKIRT for Back-to-School GINGHAM PLAIDS A Papular School Tim* Mutt 1.98 With all the color of a rainbow -- delicate pasted and colorful deep tone! . . TEAM IT WITH COLORFUL CORDUROY SKIRTS 3.98 So practical--so comfortable and . . . so wearable. Shop now while we have lots of colors and slylss (o make your selections. Size 7 to 14. GIRLS' COTTON-RAYON PANTIES 39 Pr. They're a smooth sturdy blend of cotton-and-rayon. Dainty lace trims . _ . elastic legs and waist. 2-16. GIRLS' CUFF TOP ANKLETS 29 Pr. While! Pastels; Dark shadesl Every color she needs! Sturdy mercerized collons wilh nylon reinforced heels and loes for extra wear! BRIGHT PRINT SHIRTS JEANS FOR ACTIVE BACK-TO-SCHOOL WEAR BOLD BRIGHT COLORS SCHOOL SHIRTS 1.98 Sixes 4 to IS Clear sparkling prints of Sanforized Cotton, Good looking! L o n g wearing and easy to laundry; 8-OZ. SANFORIZED BLUE JEANS 1.59 precision cut, c o p p e r r i v e i s , bar lacked, heavy duty z i p p e r i. 6 lo 16. MEN'S UNDERWEAR Shorts 69c Undarshirts 49 C T Shirts 79e Britfi 59e Men's action-cut und«rw*ar-- all f i r s t quality- carefully made of sofl fine combed cotton) Stocks ore fresh. Sizes complete. Hurry in! Slock up now! YOUR BACK-TO-fCHOOL DOLLARS FARTHER AT KNNIY'S MOW! IlibKED SHIRT Cotton broadcloth in WHITE ... PASTELS ... MIP TONES! Two versions . . . CLUI COLLAR ... or PETER PAN COLLAR I Long-slttved classic with tht smart FRENCH CUtTSI Perfect with suits, with skirts, with sportiwwr... ihIB is the shirt women choote in two, three colors ... and then come back for more! (Well, the low Penney price makes it easy!) You'll find a wide wonderful choice of colors... sizes 32-38. ALL WOOL SLIPOVER 2.98 "ine, soft woo! zephyr for o classic slipover with s n u g ooped lunnsl crew neck . . , n white, pastels like pint: or slue, bright colors like red, darks like wine and brown. 34-40. Girli' tizM 7 to 14 291 BOYS' UNDERWEAR Shorts, 10 to 16 49c Undershirts, 2 to 1639e T Shirts, 10 to 16 59e T Shirts, 2 to 8 49c Briefs, 8 to 16 49e Boys' Polo Shirts 98c Bright colors Ribbtd Polo Shirts 69c Solid colors Boys' Socks . . 29c Elastic tops FOR BACK TO SCHOOL IT'S CORDUROY Solid. or Print* This year . . . corduroy takes to moit wonderful new colon. Look for new high shades like blue, smoke, tangerine, taupe . . . plus, of course, classics like fire-engine rtd, brown, hunter green. Cut full and easy, too, to lake your young stride . . . and styled with a young floirl Sizes 24-30. WOMEN'S RAYON BRIEFS SPECIAL PURCHASE Stack Up N»w for School Wear Pair Riyon tricol knit pantl* will full flattie l«gi and waisi band. Colon whitt, pink, blut. Sit* S. M. L

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