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August 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Law Calls For President To Deliver Budge Before He Leaves Office; Successor May Seek Changes In Supplemenfal Requests Wa»hiniton-C/P)-President Truman'* (oodbye gift to Congres will be i government budget th *ize at a big city phone book, im portant* sections of which are likely to become waste paper within three days. It isn't Truman's idea. A 1950 law requiring him to give Congress a detailed'estimate of federa income and outgo within 15 dayi after the opening of a regular ses- ·ion. Thenew 83rd Congress, most of :CORN BEEF HASH % GALLON ViHilli ke Clem 63e whott membership will be deter mined in Uw November election convenes n*xt January 3. Th budget message must be at th Capitol by January 17. At hig noon on January 20 a new presi dent takes his oath and Truma becomes a private citizen. At th* same moment, the odd are heavy that key sections of th Truman budget will start head ing for the congressional wast baskets. Regardless of who win the presidency, it is unlikely h will agree 100 per cent with hi predecessor'! fiscal plan for the government accounting y e a which starts next July 1. Nor is there time between election and inauguration day to do much about it. The president- elect, after recovering some o the energy spent in his campaign presumably will want to stan tutting together the inaugural iddress which will sound the keynote for the beginning of his administration. W. Staple D*cu»«t The budget, moreover, is no imple document a man can spread out before him and say. we'll, cut so much here, and add so much to this program. This WEEK-END SPECIALS OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK Main Floor Specials 1.98 1.98 1.98 .67 1.49 1.37 1.79 1.98 1.39 1298 LADIES'RAYON BRIEFS .27 Band Elastic leg. Assorted Colors. Sizes S-M-L COTTON SLIPS 1.64 Gored. Embroidered trim. White only. Sizes 32 to 42 29.98 3.98 9.95 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS .97 Assorted colors. Assorted sizes. Short sleeves MEN'S KNITTED "T" SHIRTS .97 Terry Cloth. Assorted' colors. Sizes S-M-L BOYS' "T" SHIRTS 47 Sizes 4 to 16 BOYS' CRINKLE CREPE SHIRTS 1.17 Sizes 6 to 18 BOYS'BLUE JEANS 1.17 Double knee Sizes « to 12 BABY SHOES 1 27 Pink-White leather Sizes 2 to 4 GIRLS' PAJAMAS 1.27 Crinkle crepe. Assorted colors. Size 4 to 1« CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS .97 Sizes 1 to 6. One and two piece styles. Crinkle crepe GIRLS' COATS 6.97 Red JSc Green Wools. Sizes 2 to 6X RAYON COTTON DRESSES 3.00 to 9.00 Sizes 9 to 24V4. Select from over 100. Values 4 98 to 12 98 LADIES' COATS 15.00 100% Wool. Sizes 12. to 18. Only one dozen left WOMEN'S CASUALS AND FLATS 2.97 Colors black, brown, white, 'green GROUP OF MEN'S OXFORDS 6.97 Broken sizes MOMHWBT AKANSAS TMKS, particular financial estimate has been under preparation by the Budget Bureau since last May Long before that, each depart nwnt was instructed ( by the White House to state its needs for the fiscal 1954, as the next accounting period is known. It contains literally hundreds o thousands of items. By no means all of these art likely to be even could be revised by the new tenant of the White House. A v»: number of them represent continuing appropriations for such items is the public debt and statutory Drograms approved by p ous Congresses. : . . However, Its big appropruYtJttu and authorizations for such'- matters as defense, foreign aid and veterans benefits that add on the ton billions and nrompt the Inkiest headlines. Obviously it is here and in similar fields that the ncoming chief executive would ind the most fertile ground for revision. It seems likely that the president-elect will want to feel his way slowly and discuss the prob- ems with his own advisers. This ppears to point the wav to a cries of supplemental budget re- uests later on. That was the way IB matter was handled when rankHn D. Roosevelt took over' 1 1933 frtm Herbert Hoover oneress can be asked to consid r either upward or downward evisions In the estimates. While the budget message, mus nd will be sent to Congress, there considerable doubt that Tru- ia'n will choose tn deliver the «ial State of the Union address though he could if he so desired here has been no commitment nm the White House on this rant. 7.88 .77 .47 .44 34.88 2.77 14.47 Basement Specials 11.50 32 pe. SET OF DISHES Tea Rose design. Semi-porcelain 1.09 WARD'S DUST OIL MOP White. Medium thickness .89 9 pc. WHITE BOWL COVER For protection of food in ice box .59 GOLD SEAL WOOD CREAM Cleans polishes 39.95 WARD'S ELECTRIC MIXER 10 speeds for mixing 3.59 ENAMEL "BABY TUBS" Black white trim 17.95 SOCKET SET, 18 pc. Sockets from 7/18 to 1 1/18 2.19 ADJUSTABLE HACK SAW FRAME 1.47 I Reinforced handle 2.391 LT. .SEMI-CEILING FIXTURE 1.77 2.98 2 LT. FIXTURE MODERNIZER 1.77 Basket weave design 2.35 LONG NOSE PLIERS 112.50 SHOWER STALL Heavy duty with tarrazo bottom 121.77 SINK CABINET Complete with fittings. Cast Iron top 13.50 MICARATA BOARD 2"x8" sheets. Red-blue green-gray 61.95 STEEL BASE CABINET With Vinyl top. 30" wide 27.95 STEEL WALL CABINET 21"x20". Two door cabinet 25.95 STEEL WALL CABINET 18"x30".-One door type Brinks Guards Fired As Result Of Robbery Washington-(P)-Four Brink's guards were out of a job today because they had lunch together last Monday. While they were eating in a hotel cafeteria their unguarded armored truck was rifled of J65,000 in cash. The money was recovered next day with the arrest of Ray K Farmer, 26, a former Brink's employe who had a key to the truck. ' Farmer, a bakery truck driver, is being held in $40,000 bail on grand larceny charges. Suffers Only Scratches Ini Apartment Explosion Alexandria. Va. - UP) - A two- year old girl, hurled two floors and trapped for 30 minutes under debris of an explosion-shattered apartment, escaped yesterday with nothing worse than scratches. Five other persons were injured, none seriously, when two mid-afternoon explosions ripped out the back wall of a four-story apartment house in the Ablngdon apartment development. Cause of the blasts was not determined, although it was reported they originated in a basement where new oil burning equipment was being Installed. Window 1.97 89.88 99.88 9.88 39.97 14.97 12.97 Furniture Floor Specials 74.95 5 pc. LIMED OAK DINETTE SUITE 59.88 Latest of design 159.95 3 pe. BEDROOM GROUP 11988 Chest, vanity, panel bed . '109.95 2 pc. BEDROOM GROUP 19 88 Double dresser, panel bed. Off white finish 169.95 3 pc. BEDROOM GROUP 129.88 . Walnut veneer ' 59.95 SOFA BED 391* ' Slightly damaged «"··· 199.95 3 pc BEDROOM SUITE 159.97 Modern Blond flnlih 229.95 2 pc. LIVING ROOM SUITE 179.88 41.95 PLATFORM ROCKER 4488 Tapestry covtr Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Center of Winslow announce the birth of a daughter August 21 at St. Edward's Hospital, Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Page and children of Kansas City, Mo., are visiting their parents, J. R. Page and E. A. Tomlinson. , Mr. and Mrs. Eli Caudle, Mrs. Alvis Center and Sjrt. Ralph Center have gone to San Franciio. Calif., where Sergeant Center will report for duty. Mr. and Mrs. Caudle will be euests of their daughters, and Mrs. Ralph Center Caudle will visit her son and daughter-in-law at A s h l a n d , Calif. The Rev. Carleton Lathrop and sister. Miss Eula Lathrop. and Miss Ross, all of,Fort Smith, are spending a month at a cabin on Highway 71. Mr. Lathrop will conduct services at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at 3:30 p. m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hafner of Westminster, Md.. have returned home after spending two days with Mrs. Ben DuPar. Mrs. Edna Brainnerd, who spent the summer with her sister, returned to Maryland with them. Mrs. Jeff Wolfe Is visiting in Magjll, Calif. Elizabeth Page of Fayetteville is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Johnston. Lumber, paper, iron and other- type mills line both shores of the Yalu river at the facinr cities of Antunjf, Manchuria, and Slnulju, Korea. Cleopatra wore pearl earrings worth, in today's currency, a million and a half dollars at the celebrated banquet for Mark Anthony. Kidney Slowdown May Bring Restless Nights Wim kUmr fnntlM ilrwi fem, rninr MkiMKUn·» MolMhikMlw. MU- KtHf. tllllMH M (Ml e* H ·· «K«rlT. Dm't iu«.r mUM «H*t/»tth thm Kl epmfaru If ra4w4 Man function te |H- tint r»« *m»-4w U nek ammo* ttmm " «"·· fi4 Itreln, o..r-.« 1 rllo« n «H- lura t« c.U. Mli»r'M«U« IrrlulbM J» « 7i«!!Mt HMiM W **"** " iV** Kt) ^ r "I"*". * ··"· "·"· tactmlMr »F million. In . · ferte-Mitk.ftiiiltaMfkMlwtukii.ii'l'll. Ml Ink Ml *·*. Oil Dm'l tllk Ufefl Hertis all you do-Lookwhatyou get! Just bring us your worn tires--any "Hike. For them, you get one of these beautiful 21-jewel, expansion-band watches when you buy a set of 4 Fisk Safti-Flightj. (We can't advertise the watches by brand-name, but you hear' it almost every hour on radio and TV.) · Llp»io 51% MORE STOPPING POWER with Safety-Slotted traction mid. · Up to 58% MORE SAFE MILES with vi.tlr gTMter tread depth. · PERMANENT WHITEWALL BEAUTY with curb-fending Scuff Guard*. FRIENDLY CREDIT TERMS ·Scurf Guard k o r*)fl»t»rMl Hmlemark of Fl* DM.ior O f Unit*.] $M M ftvtt* r n , M ^ DONT WAIT-YOU MIGHT MISS OUT. SEE US TODAY/ D/viiion «f UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY L O O K ! * We will not be undersold by any firm on passenger or truck tires, or recapping. We will meet or beat any prices quoted. It will pay you well to see us before you buy. HALLTRECO. 39 E. Mountain St. Phone 233 or 2370

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