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August 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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. · ii MO«nrl»*»l tlMtui, : l - ZorinkMade Red Delegate ToTheU.N. Malik Going Norm For Reassignment Following Rttt UtUleti Nations, N. Y.-W)-Sovlet Kuaait naj named Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian Z. Zerta, who staged tht Red coup la Ciecho- ilovakla, 11 her chief oelegtte to lha United Nations- Jacob A. from a heart ailment for some time, was originally scheduled to this summer. He has canceled his passage twice, but the Soviet an- "·wru-Mtionl of his replacement 4 . ... . ~ '" T » U * vi S I M I V|J1«WVJHIWI11 Malik, the pretent delegate is go- 'etme aa a surprise which ob- ing hem* for "rest and reassign- servers could went." U. N. officials announced lest nlfht that th« Soviet government told them of th* forthcoming change ln,» not* addressed to th* Intcrnitlohil organization's Sec- retrlat., Zorln Is «xpcct*d to ar- rlve ey September U, Just i month before the General Assembly open lit innu«l fall session. Malik, whc has bc*n luffcrlng not Immediately ·· I'Bte. Already this summer tht Soviets have announced a widespread shuffle of diplomat assignments. MalUi is generally considered an expert on the Far East. He served In Singapore and as Soviet ambassador to .Japan during World War II. Diplomatic obsorv- -:il 1 at ['".c Soviet and Chlnew CommurJsts, In their cur- WIN $100 MMDOLAM TEST! Write a tkon latter to ANY friend or relative « a DIMM- gtT ·*·«"· '"· ·»·»· Tell WHY the ihouM use MeadoUk* Marearine. Enclose a MeadoUke cerioa END FLAP with the it. TeM, » she malli you letter oa n Mn. Tucket, Ihermaa, RW WUOOUKI, TOM »»»·« · Card Every letter will be enured in turreat WEEKLY "TEST and TELL" detest. For the BEST letter each weak until November JO, Mn. Tucker will nay tha writer llOO. cash, and wilf ALSO pay dot. to ilH m auto null, llH litur M. Daciilou of Judges anal; duplicate prises It UK of ii«l all teitan betoete property of Mri. Tucker. Write Ai MANY latten each week u you wild 10 a * rent conference in Moscow, hav mid* no secret of thi fact that Ji pin it a chief topic of thtir taUu Malik may have a new rolt to play in thli field. Moscow'* new delegiU, Zorln hat spent most of hli foreign diplomatic service in Eastern Europe He became a deputy foreign minister before he was sent to Ciach oilovikla In 1848. Mi Divis b Winner In $66,000 TH Suit Los Angeles-(/P)-Actress Bettc Davis it »M,000 ahead today. · The government Hid the owed that amount as Income (ax for 1942-43, but U.S. Judge Ben Harrison ruled for Mice Davis yesterday. He said the Issue was "whether a surviving spouse Is II- ible for taxes of her deceased husband where the litter's liability arose by reason of his community ownership of one half the surviving spouse's earnings. My answer is no." m Miss Davis was married at the time to Arthur A. Farnsworth. He died in 1943. Parties Plan Radio And TV Campaign Programs Washington - (fl*) - Republicans and Democrats plan to spend more than $3,900,000 to put their na- llonal candidates on radio and television, Robert Humphreys, publicity Ancient lucklt Dug Up On Form Gets To U. Of A. Albert A.. Meeker, who lives near Durham, Ark., this'county, U printing to th* University Museum a buckle which was dug up on his farm, and which the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D. C.,' sayi was a buckle of a United States Army officer of the period 1851 to 1902. The copper buckle was tramped, out of the soil by'cattle at a salt block at the roots ot an ancient elm tree, Meeker said. The tree stands near the loca- ion of an old wagon yard and mping ground, which was on he long since abandoned^.wagon rail to Van Buren. Meeker reports that three men vere shot to death at a nearby prlnj during the War Between ie States, and were burled in a ingle grave in th* Shumate cemetery. . . The buckle bears an embossed eagle clutching arrows in his talons along with an olive branch, with the Inscription "E. Pluribus Unum" above the eagle which has outspread wlngi. Thirteen stars surround the inscription. director of the Republican National Committee, said yesterday up to (2,000,000 will be spent by the GOP. Sulphur City Mrs. William Vaught has re turned horn* after spending twi weeks wUh · her brother-in-law and slater, U. Col. and Mrs. Eu gene G. Drovlllard of Fort Ben ning, Ga. Billy Harris of Wichita. Kan visited his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Homer Harris, Sunday. Mrs. Tedrlck Ussery and chil drcn hlv* returned to their home at Pecos, Texas, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Showalter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Penn and children of Anderson, Mo., and Walter Huehl of New Jersey have been guests of Mr, and Mrs. William Ruchl the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vaught Now MAny Wat* FALSE TEETH With Little. Worry lat. talk, laujn a inmt wiuioul tear ft insecure talaa leath drobolnf . i j p p l n c or wobWnf rASTEETH ioliu plant rimer IM mora comfort. ably. 1'hli pjeaaant powaar hu m tummy, sooty, pasty taste or feelinf meant ouac nauaaa It a aNuHH tatHOf). Cbaeka 'plan odor" {dan run amth). OM rfcrttrtR at aw ture anil ttora. announce the birth of a son, James Clifford Vaught, Jr, Thursday. From November to April the Yalu River if usually frozen t*Ud except at iti salt water maajth. WALLPAPER Patterned for Qatl Yovr IIMMI will com^ll- m*nt . . . friends will admire this better and mor« cheerful deceratlen. · Only wallpaper girn your homt tht really decorated look. · Color schemes planned. ; · Pittsburgh Paints · We give H Green Stamps. JOHNSON'S Paint and Wallpaper Store 25 N. Block St. Phone 813 Fayetterille Us*** t» Uta mm. MRh rt 7:30 AM. ever ttotlon KOMI OKLAHOMA TiM A SUPPLY CO. dosing Out Assortd, Discofitimifd Items of FLOOR COVERING ·UANnrr SAVINGS WHflE STOCK USTSI ottcmmoN or rtiMi eioti-our ntici NATIONALLY M IBM inumel Print, Heavywt. la. Mt !·!* inemel Print ......... la. 4? Y %. Feft Base Yard Goods Jig NeHeneHy Advertiied-*' wdt. Sq. Ytl. · ww HI !? Congo-Will Wall CovtrH Ifl *W1 FT. S4" Wldffi-Asserhnl Colon $q. H. "**' 850 ^'^sRlijlic Till 39 4«"i4V4" $q. H. ·"« 90 PIECES Kentlle Rubber Tile 90 u" ««-'-'· ' -- -· r~l... i. aliillW .15 M Ptltermd linoleum 1 M Standard Weight, Inlaid Sq. Yd. * 555 HICK Atnhalf Til* A0_ 17 k-AaMrted Colors Eo. 160 PIECES Arc Rubber Tile 1/31" Thlck-Awerted Colors.... to I Weight, Inlaid Sq. Yd. PIECES Asphalt Tile Odd lets Sq. Ft. ·* YDS. 228 UN. s ,?; Household Weight linoleum Choice 2 Marfalelied Colors. Sq. Yd. FT . STAIR NOSING $tainleu Steel lln. Ft. · * It's Brond New! * CONFETTI ASPHALT TILE 14- s Tha granulia on lha lop of tha Ilia which form lha conl.lli pallirn ara of Styran* plastic-- much harrlar than lha baia malarial ol lha Ilia, Conaiquanllr -- lh»r won'l waar oil-- thay waar INTO lha basa malarial. "Oend Houaakaaplnf" apptotad let Duality! Sfl C» "'· COOK'S PAIM UMVeerOWIretCeelfi * NeOemPeyeMI * 1^ · M MtMhi t. ^ 'EAST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 526 SAVINGS For LABOR DAY BIG TIRE TUBE SALE--i Sped-' PB ^ e B R U N S W I C K T I D C C "SUMR-QUALITY" I I K C ·) Serkth/ F1WT UNI , , Itr tni mnt) am Toe" Quality contmKtion. Riyon cords for grater ttiength. COM robber tmdt for looter war. Don't ruk drivini with *om, iinooth eM tires . . . replace them NOW with Biunt- wick "Super-Qualify" lira . . . at an EXTRA SAVING! «00xl« TIRE » TUVI. IM $U.»S Both for Only You SAVE Other aim a* ahnMar 24 Months Guarantee $|25aWeekl BRUNSWICK TIRES HUVT DUTY Keep) food and beitngei ftnh for houn. Hinged top. Fully inuUtn). Posi- JTc action claip. Canr- ant handk. Hold. 32 It*. of iee.Slii.htlr imperfects. · Casapiee; · FieUs* e Trarel e Haaa* S t i r d y C A M P C O T Hnsky OUTING JUG Praceliii) lined |illon size, ooljr ( Gallon Jug with faucet r P I C N I C S E T k A M P STOOL SMketess Charcoal Includes 8 pc. Plastic Cup fc Plate Sn and a 12 pc. Cut- ferrSet H a r d w o o d frame. White caavai corcr. . *· ikla ten er drla TROPHY" BIKE Reg. J43.95 Smooth riding, quick action Coetter Brake ... Handy kick-stand. Spring action xat. Fjnlthed in Bright Cruixt Red with Ivocy Trim. Mir proof Enamel. Abo 16"--20"--24" Bikaa at similar SAVINGS! B I K E B A S K E T Rt|. BIKE ACCESSORIES U vV N c»°.!c« rNtwNMElSc FraetFOlO Me sssaaaiei BIMCB **- ·HF ruimi 44C HwprMU He UdOMM $1.11 Ceinf late Una et »ae«lr Petts fee . Ik lit 77c 44* fcmMFceiarFUP lit CteuHwMM ·aKMUCIT Large site Hetvy Cilvanized wire w i t h 2 b r a c e i . Combination Ltxk Vacuum Bottle P i n t s i z t . Well insu- lued. Ret. $1.29 WEDGE DRIVING CUSHION Keg. $1.10 \ Relieves drivlnf fa- tlfue, makes lone or short trips easier. Smart herringbone weave pattern. Fishing TACKLE at Big SAVINGS GLASS CASTING ROD Light waighr, whip-like action! 5-foot lenfth. Stainlen IMI guides, cork handle, locking ted seat. Won't rot, rult, or take a set MINNOW P A I L 10 qt. size. 2 pc. construction. Galva- nited. Will not rust. $244 EAGLE CLAW HOOKS N y l o n S n e l l e i ! , Ouvtd point. Card 2-Pioo CANE FISH POLE, 3* 12 Ib. Teat CASTING Lioa, oaly nt 6-foot BnlM Cord Suiafat, 12f Petckptoe QUILL IUMT, only U HUNTING Season! Stcvms 22 AitoMtic Child's LUNCH KIT All (*nal ·» Hall pi. Vac*. ·** Pte eeaet Oklahoma Rifle with 5 shot Clip .. mxk. OUt Birch QUALITY PMCf $2950 12 or 16 Ga. AutoMtk choke. 28 in. tAACA * 7 7 . Snotgua 5 shot Full choke. 28 in. barrel. Walaut ·KKk ------ 12 Ga. Stivms PIMP Shotgun. Full or Modified Choke. 28 inch band Bitch nock. 22-410 Ovtr-Undtr Gun. Cam»laailo« 22-Hfle aad 410SoKSboqi.il. Walaw Mck..._ Caeirlaat Liea et WlNCHtSm * umi tsititj M "MONIY UYINB" PUOtl UJUIIIUL

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