Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
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U.N.May Vote On Truce Talks Endorsement Of Assembly Sought London-t/Pi-Thc United Nations General Assembly will he asked to give the U. N. truce no- gotialrtrs at Panmunjom a vote of confidence, informed diplomats aid today. These sources said the 16 countries with troops in Korea will sponsor a resolution in the Assembly, which opens October 14 in New York, reaffirming U. N. support f o r . t h e Korean war and for the truer- talkers. The negotiators are all U. S. military men. Although "the Soviet bloc will undoubtedly vote against, the resolution, its sponsors hope tn get the overwhelming backing of most oVvier members as a demonstration of U. N. solidarity. Diplomats said the resolution is expected to ask endorsement of the negotiators* refusal tn return Hod prisoners of war who don't want to go-home. - · ". The Courts AffcwiMi. ThuneV/, tt-aimkn 4, 1MI Truman Sail To Plan Trip Through East Washington -W'j- Mayor David Lawrence or Pittsburgh said loday President Truman toM him he hopes .to make, a "swing through .he East" in the middle or latter part of October. Lawrence is the Democratic national commiltec- mr.n rom Pennsylvania. An Eastern swing by (lie president, if it materializes, would follow a whistle-slop tour of the West by Truman in early October. Fair, Pleasant Weather Over Most Of Nation H-D Council Names Officers Annual Session Closes Tonight Four A Urines i u n d wot icii lo- dyy were named district vice presidents nf the Cnuncil of Home Demonstration Clubs til the a n n u a l meeting v;hii-;i duscs to- nishi al the Univci'Mly. Vice presidents named .ire Mrs. Leo Bnrthpiomcv.', Truman, north- cyst; Mrs? C. C. £mith, MnnUczH", Chicago - i/Pj - Fair and- picas-1 southeast; Mrs. J, W. Beck, Mai- ant weather appeared in prospect [ vc^n, soulhwej.1; and Mrs. £. A. McMillan, Maxazine, northwest. Mrs, W. \V. Grundun, Joncsboro, president, continues this year to serve a two-year term. for most of the country today, was a little chilly early today over wide areas in the Midwest, the East and the South. But it continued hot in the Southwest HIIC! West. Only wet spots early today were in parts of Utah, Idaho and Montana. Circuit Court To List Expenditures Candidates Required County Clerk Roy A. Scott today reminded candidates whose names appeared on the August 12 Democratic primary ballot, t h a t Burning of the third mortgage, a m o u n t i n g to SJ'J,00.0, on conslruc- tiun of the Girl's 4-H House here was part of the morning program. Mrs. E. M. Park, Johnson County, business manager, reporter! that ·!-'!,7(i5 has been paid on the second mortgage and $1,020 on Ihc first. The council still owes more t h a n i $30,000 on the building-. The worn- i en voted to continue their cam- j paign to raise f u n d s e q u a l l i n g under the slate law they must i per member until the indebtedness report t h e i r expend!- is cleared. A $20,000 damage sU;t Was.filed this morning by Wanda Armstrong against Mrs. Velma Parsons of MorriHon as the result o£ a highway accident near Mornlton. ' j The plaintiff alleges she suffered serious injuries wncn the car in which she was a-passenger was struck by a. truck driven by the defendant. The accident occurred on Highway 64 two miles west of MorriHon. Attorneys for the plaint i f f are Rex Perkins and Jeff Duty. turcs w i t h i n 30 days after the primary dale. So f a r , he said, four county candidates have filed a list of their expenses with his office. City candidates file w i t h ihc rit.v clerk, and county candidates with the county clerk. This afternoon the women \veic I to attend the unveiling of a port r a i t of the late Connie J. Bon- slagcl, slate home demonstration agent in Arkansas for many years, at the Girls 4-H house. This is being presented to [he house by Miss A n n i e Golightly of Memphis, Tcnn. Publicity Seekers Tokyo - (/Pj - Japanese candi- Some "4-F's" May Be Called By The Draft · Washington-Wj-Selective Service Director Lewis IJ. Hcrshcy says j dales in ihc October 1 Parliament snme men presently rejected as I elections are yettins wiusua! pub"4-F's" w i l l have to be tapped to ' licity. They send wreaths -- -will)! help meet the armed forces' man- I their names emblazoned in bi^ po\vcr needs of 1.200.000 men dur- ; black letters nn w h i t e streamers Municipal Court W i n f e r d Weeks, 33, of Canton, .Texas, was filled SZOO on two charges of false pretense when he appeared in court for the second :time in tv.-o days to answer charges growing out of attempts to short change local busincss- :ti»cn. Costs raised the total of fine · nd costs to $221. Tuesday Weeks was fined $5 on · charge of drunkenness and $5 "on a false pretense charge. Half "o' the total fine was suspended. Twenty-four hours later he was .'again arraigned, this time a f t e r '.a steak house owner testified "Weeks attempted to defraud him :of $5. Weeks was committed to the icnunty jail on f a i l u r e to pay his .fine. · Charles McFariand, charged j v.-ith rceklcfs driving, was f i n e d ' S23. Ten dollars of the fine was suspended subject to f u t u r e good behavior. Hull .Still Critical Washington-(/l')-No change was ·reported today in the condition of .tordell Hull. The former secretary of slate is s t i l l nn the critical j list »t the Navy Hospital, Bellies- ' da, Md. Jlradlc? rians Trip Washington - (/Pi - Grn. Omar ; Jiradlry w i l l leave next Thursday i Jo observe Allied military mancu- | J'ers in Europe. ·pprndinjf Too Much ; Washington - I/P) - The Inter- : tlational Monetary Fund says I Avorld financial conditions have! Jvorsened and the main reason is I that soms nations arc trying to live beyond their incomes. I UP IN HER WORK-Lons-lcitcr writing is nothing h n h « vrr , V ? y " Szcz W' ;a wh ° wr °'= " "-fool epistle to he? husband, PFC tdward Szczypka, not long ago. Now liard at work starting another rccord-brcalicr. the 21-year-old Chicago girl aho keeps up her usual turn-out of three normal-size letters per week to her soldier husband. She says she got the idra for supcr-Mur's after reading about a Marine who received one 50 feet long. -I - - kncw I could do better than that," she says. ... most comfort... lowest cost Springy foam rubber Cushion Foundation at heel mid arch gives buiU-in comfort, and balanced support for fast-growing feet. Wide range of styles in sturdy leathers, strong Wear-Rite Soles; for boys and girls "f all ages, tot through prc-lcen. New Lower Prices $395 ^ $J50 this twill VO-YO FREE GIFT when yev buy your STOKYIOOK SHOES C O M I I N S O O N : ; : | | | O U R NIW S T Y L E S Use your charge account! First in Fayetteville Skirts! Skirts! Skirts! · Jerseys · Velveteens · Corduroys · Flannels · Tweeds · Gabardines Skirts with smooth, straight lines, flared or full swinging styles . . . bearing such famous labels as Handmacher, Cherni, Gay Originals, Junior House, Bobbie Brooks, Koret. Skirts for sweaters, blouses, jackets._ · Felts · Knits r 98 Unbelievable Values! w LOdlS . . . beautifully tailored in fabulous 3-dimensional fabrics by DONNYBROOK and YOUTHCRAFT Take advantage of this preseason event to get more winter coat for your money! Make your selection now while stocks are complete. $5500 A small deposit reserves your choice in layaway! Repeat of a 5-Time Sellout! Fabulous Martha Washington BEDSPREADS Slight irregulars of $27.50 Value $1090 18 You'll never find the slight flaws in these wonderful spreads. Better choose yours first thing tomorrow for the supply is limited. Double bed size only. DOWNSTAIRS FALL SHADES JUST RECEIVED! rcher STOCKINGS... IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES There '« *n Archer stocking /or every costume- in your back-to-school wardrobe. Shxlowy slirrr-- smilingly long-w earing-- lovely in color. For perfect fit. Archer nylons *re knitted to your actual leg proportions. ..Honk. 51 Gauge ..... $1.50 \ 60Gauge ..... $1.75 roller "I'LL BE BACK" CLOCK I* «our fiiirft: 4 ilrifn mtia Trim, fc ptlilt «r ilim !»*·! J mill t«Mn, far l n, mWtl by; * MM T«|nr, far MAIN flOOR MONT J 'i

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