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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 27

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Wednesday, May 8, 1974
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Livestock Report -The price for rcedcr sleers and heifers dropped in the livestock auctions in Springdalc and Fayetteville last weekend. Estimated receipts were down both in Springriale and Fayetle- ville according to the Federal- State Market News Service. SrRlNGDAI.E CATTLK-. E s t i m a t e d receipts 1100. a week ago 1169, a year ago8$2. Slaughter cows steady. Slaughter bulls 1.-3. lower. Feeder sleers and heifers 2.-6. lower. Supply largely Good and low Choice .300-500 Ib. feeder steers. 25 per cent heifers. 15 per cent cows and 2 per oen ^ bulls. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial S27.-31.40. High d r e s s i n g individual J32.25. Cutter S24.-28.20. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield grade 1-2 1200-1500 Ibs. S38.-40.90 FEEDER STEERS: Choice 2011-250 11)5. S45.-47.SO. 250-400 Ibs -scattered sales 542.60-45.. 400-450 Ibs. S40.25-43.25. 450 500 Ibs 537.50-41.25, 500-700 Ibs. scattered sales J31.-37.50. High Good and low Choice 300-400 Ibs J38.-42. 400-500 Ibs. 534, 38 25 500-700 Ibs. S32.-35. Good MIMOO Ibs. S34.5fl-38.25, 400-500 Ibs. S31.-35.. 500-700 Ibs. $3l.-33. FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice 200-250 Ibs. S45.-48., 250-350 Ibs. J4U5-45.. 350-400 Ibs. $38.-42.. 400-500 Ihs. $3!J.-39.25. 500-600 Ibs. $33.50-36.. High Good and low Choice 300-400 Ibs. S34.-38., 400-500 Ihs. S33.-.35., 500600 Ibs. 1.11 -33 Good 300-500 Ibs. S30.-35. REPLACEMENT C O W S : Choice 3-7 year old 700-1000 Ibs. $28.10-31.25. Good S25.-S28.90. COW AND CALF PAIRS: Good and Choice 3-8 year old cows with 75-150 Ib. calves at tide S348.-380. HOGS: Estimated receipts 300. including 18 sows and boars, week ago 297, year ago; 288. Compared to lasl week barrows and gilts 3.50 lower. Sows about steady. Feeder pigs S.-7. lower. BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-3 200-250 Ibs. S27.50-28. SOWS: US 2-3 300-400 Ihs. J22.-23.; 400501) Ibs. 521.50-22.20. BOARS: S21.-25.25. FEEDER PIGS: US 1-2 50'bO Ibs. S22.50-23.50 per head; US 1-3 30-50 Ibs. JH.50-19.50 per head. FAYETTEVILLE CATTLE: Estimated receipls ROO. week ^go 1300. year ago 981. Slaughter cows steady. Slaughter bulls SI.50-2. lower. Feeder steers J2.-3. lower. Feeder heifers S2.-7. lower. Supply largely Good and Choice 300-600 Ib. feeder steers. 25 per cent heifers. 15 per cent cows and 2 per cent buJIs. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial S26.50-31.50. High dressing individual S32.75. Cutler S25.-28. Canner S24.-25. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield grade 1-2 1150-1400 Ills. S38.--I1. FEEDER STEERS: Choice 200-250 ibs. S48.-52., 250-300 Ihs. J44.-48., 300-400 Ibs. 540.-44., 40000 Ihs. S37.-40., 600-800 Ibs. $35.39. High Good and low Choice 300-400 Ibs. S37.-40.. 400-500 Ibs. S34.-37.. 500-700 Ihs. S33.-36. Good 300-400 Ibs. $33.50-38., 400600 Ibs. $30-34.50. FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice 200-300 Ibs. $42-50-45., 300-400 Ibs. S37.50-40.. 400-500 Ibs. 535.38., 500-600 Ibs. few sales S33.- 34. High Good and tow Choice 300-100 Ibs. S34.-38.. 400-500 Ibs. S32.-35.. 500-600 Ibs. $30.-32. Good 300-500 Ibs. S30.-35. REPLACEMENT C O W S : Choice 2-7 year old 650-1000 Ibs. J28.-34. Good 3-7 year old 7001000 Ihs. S26.-29, COW AND CALF PAIRS: Choice 3-5 vear old cows with 200-250 Ib. calves at side S'lOO- 470. per pair. 3-7 year old cows with 50-150 Ib. calves at side S390-420. per pair. Good 3-7 year old cows with 50-150 Ib. calves at side S287.50-360. per pair. HOGS: Estimated receipts 400 including 51 sows and 12 boars, week ago 378, year ago 242. Compared to last week's sales: Barrows and gilts S3.50 lower. Sows steady. Feeder pigs 55.-3. lower. BARROWS AND Glt.TS: US 1-2 200-240 Ibs. S23 25-28.50; 1-3 200-275 Ibs. S27.75-28.25. SOWS: US 1-3 300-40B Ins. S23.-23.75; 400-500 Ibs. 522 -23 BOARS: 520.25-25.75 FEEDER PIGS: US 1-3 30-40 Ihs. J12.-18. per head; 40-60 Ihs SI8.-23. per head; 50-80 Ibs. 523.25. per head. Economic Advice Often A Misconception By JOHN C U N N I K r ' Business Analyst NEW YORK C A P ) -- There are certain automatic phrases and assumptions about which he citizenry should be cspccial- y wary and critical, lest Ihey ill Iheir heads wilh miscon- ceplions and disillusionment. This has long been so. For two decades Americans re f erred to "the balance of pay ments" and took pride in the n a t i o n ' s trading accom nlishmenls. mindless of the facl Lhat il really was an imbalance Incredibly, you can still be served with the advice that locks are a hedge against in- 'lallon, although it is either a lucky or a brilliant investor who could demonslrale that contention during th« past five years. There are lots more misconceptions, For many months you had the people to banks chase encouraging after dailv compounding, suggesting lha' there was a big a d v a n t a g e ovci ouarterly compounding, when in fact it was a mailer of pen These ar* harmless, however, when compared to that automatic response lhat comes f r o m government officials about "the f i g h l againsl in flalion." What f i g h t , what battle, you ask? The response comes back automatically -- the freeze, the controls, the promises, the dedication. But then you look al Ihe government red ink ant you question whether rhetoric, and appearance constitute the real effort. While extolling the virtues present administration win, by .he end of the present fiscal year, have exceeded its revenues by about $68 billion. And another deficit is anticipated Tor 1975. Almost any economist will readily agree that spending in excess of revenues, especially to such a degree, is a funda- m e n t a l and probably the contributanl to in- phrase repeated so strongest flation. Another nflcn lhat il is lioned anymore prime rale is th seldom questhis: interest The commercial b»nk» charge their most credit-worthy corporate customers. It is now 11 per cent, a record high. But is it effectively 11 per cent, or might it even be more? Yes it could. A lot of very good customers pay considerably more than 11 per cent even though their credit rating is as worthy as any in the land. In addition lo paying a fractional percentage over the prime rate they are also asked to leave 20 per cent of the loan deposit. That might bring in effective 14 per cent, although that in turn is reduced by the interest earned on the deposit. But the effective rate is in flucnccd upward by anolhei possibility -- that the loai might be amortized, or pai back in installments over a pe riod of time. That has the ef feet of making an 11 per cen rate come out lo more than 2' per cent in simple interest. More disillusionment is prob ably spread by so-called cost n living adjustments t h a n an, other misconception. In mos cases those adjustments ar Rockefeller NEW YORK (AP) -Former [ov. Nelson A. Rockefeller's laughter, Mary Rockefeller Straw-bridge, has been married o Thomas B. Morgan, who was . member of former New York City Mayor John V. Lindsay's slaff. It was the second marriage ; ;or both. Their previous marriages ended in divorce. The Sunday ceremony was held in the bride's Manhallan :' apartment. Morgan, now the assistant to the publisher of New York magazine, was press secretary lor Lindsay. He is from Springfield, 111. made on last year's inflation rate -- not on the higher prices to cume. : Noon lions Schedule Installation Banquet The Fayelteville Noon Lions Club will hold its annual installation banquet al the new Student Union Building on Hie University of Arkansas campus al 7 p.m. Friday. James Gibson, outgoing president, will preside. Music will be provided by Harry Bmkl and Art Spoouer will be the speaker. Incoming officers are Gordon Long, president: Truman Vanecy. first vice president; Geroge Cook, second vice president: Jake Agee, third vice president. R. W. Willis, sccrclarv; Jim Bob Wheeler, linn tamer and Jerry Darnell, Bill Kennedy and Loyd Thomas, lail twislers. Members of tlie board of directors are Lee Gate. Monroe "Harrison, Joe Grumpier, Fred Mock Election Set SPRINGDALE -- A mock election will be held at Spring- dalc High School Friday. The poll is sponsored by the social studies classes and national, state and local candidates have been invited to attend. House Vandalized Builder Wade Bishop told police Tuesday morning lhat during the weekend rocks had been thrown through five win dows of a home he was building at 525. Crest Dr. He also said a spare tire and wheel, stored in the basement, had been Nixon Programs Debated »»K»M»AI Battle Seen In Rural Hearings WASHINGTON (AP) ' - A Senate subcommittee opens today what are expected to be longer, more unpleasant and considerably more complex hearings on the Nixon Administration's rural development programs than that pane! has held in the last 21 months. The Senate Agriculture Comm i 11 e e ' s rural-development oversight subcommittee traditionally has gone easy on the bur tied. taken into the yard and the tire Agriculture Department's new offices under the Rural Development Act. But the act, new provisions of which went- into effect -this David S. Meldrum . and Bernard L. Daniels. year, is alm'ost two years old now.' Tne various agencies involved still are fighting internal territorial battles and Senate subcommittee chairman Dick Clark, D--Iowa is getting angry. Actually, the staff of the assistant secretary for r u r a l development. William Erwin, still has Clark's support and lhat of the various Capitol staffs involved, aides say. Today and Thursday it will he the Labor Department, the Commerce Department and perhaps Ihe Federal Energy Office answering qiicslions. About a month ago, Clark-reviewing the status of the act with the Coalition for R u r a l Development--said, "f do want to say t h a t 1 have found Secretary Erwin and his staff to be congenial and cooperative. "And there is no question of their commitment to rural development. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the administration as a whole . , . "After two years, there has been virtually no significant Ijcncfil; to the people o f . rural America under the R u r a l De- velopmcnt Act." Last August, Erwin oonccded that not a penny of the newly authorized money had gone to rural America although old programs consolidated by the act were proceeding. Before the appropriations, the new staff was a borrowed amalgam from throughout the department, bringing their stury and salar yfunds with them. Now, a Senate staff memo notes, 100 of them have been transferred back. For t h i s fourth set of oversight hearings. E T w i u, win, after presenting facts..will be faced with questions about the bureaucratic politics hampering parts of the act's implementation and a perennial bone of contention, the rural development goals. S o m e Democrats strongly contest the Nixonian--Erwin approach outlined in the recent goals statement, delivered to Congress 'I'/z months after it was due. I t ' s a i d , renewing charges of "passivity." that the agency will be responsive to local initiatives and plans, not a Washington puppeteer, PAT NIXON ROSE PATENT ISSUED WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. Patent Office says it has issued a patent for the Pat Nixon Rose, named after the \vife of the President. Patent Commissioner C. Mar- fhali Dann said Tuesday the rose, a deep red in color, was "invented" by Maire-Luis Meil- land of Cap d'Antibes, France. The formally named the hybrid f l o r i b u n d a , will be pro duced by the C. W. Stuart k Co. of N e w a r k , N.Y.. Dann said. He said it is not unusual for patents to be issued for plants and that patented plants are a f2 billion industry in Ihe United States. Mrs. Nixon join? a list of other famous people for whom roses have been named, including Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kenne- rfy, Babe Ruth, Helen Hayes, Hedda Hopper and Amelia Earhart. Lhe Patent Office said All Beef at Everyday Discount Prices! .DMon's, Out Beet Bone In ;r ···4MCMrnncEi..[«)*r · Round IBMI Bonus Special! General Mills Bisquick Baking Mix 40 oz. Box Hunts omato Sauce 8oz. Can ONLY Dlllon't Supr-Trim loin Sirloin Steak 139 lidtl Ib. 0 I Ion's Supr-Trim »··« T-Bone Steak 1,! REGULAR 956 REGULAR 16C Ducctn Nines Cake Mixes W/t or. Box YOUR CHOICE OF It FLAVORS 43* 128 oz. Plastic Jug Clorox BLEACH 53 REGULAR 49c REGULAR 59C Kraft Bar-B-Q Sauce 5 FLAVORS 18 oz. Bottle t REGULAR 49U Pizza with Sausage Questions Social Security Editor's Notei Thit ettann is a joint effort of pubtte Mr- vice by the TIMES and the Fayctteville Social Security Administration office, Mr*. Rose Newsome, district manager. , . ' Anyone having a qaerton about social security hi jnrtt- cd to send it to the Northwest ·. Arkansas TIMES 72701. All inquiries must be signed and should include address of ·" sender- Names will not b» published. Q. I am receiving metal security benefits and I h«v« . been told that I need to ·Droll for Medicare about months . before I am 65. How ft I do this? A. There is no action required on your part. Since you are · already receiving social secur- . ity benefits you will be automatically enrolled for Medii- carc. You will receive your card shortly before you are age 15. If you want the coverage, keep the card; if you do not, sign the card on the reverse and return it. Q. I will be 65 soon, but plan lo continue working. My earnings are too high for me t« receive social security benefits. I have heard that the Medicare enrollment is now automatic. Is this true? A. Since you have not applied for social security, yow would need to apply for Medicar*. The automatic enrollment appliet only to those who haw previously applied for social MOQT- ty benefits. REGULAR 9* Ib. Pot RoOSt Dii "" 1 '' s ""Trim Rib Steak Rump Roast Dillon'! Supr-Trim I Ib. .(Urg*lnd)lb. Dillon'* Supr-Trthi Dilton'»Supr.rrtmtof .tb. 1.O9 1.29 1.39 1.75 DILLONS KEEP MEAT PRICES DOWN. Depend on it 8 or. Carton Yami Yoqurt All flav Pot Roast Ground Beef Patti-Mix Milan's Supr-Trim I Chuck 7-ton* FrMh-Mar tat* than 70% Icon Any Slu Package : . . . . 3/79 Reg.33c Shurfine E v e r y d a y Discount Prices! Orange Juice Option Soup Mix, GOLDEN INDIAN 6oz. Can ; Reg.79e .Ib. I Everyday Discount Prices! ;'* chunk Tunass£:i*!.TM±r - ·"··· 99 1 Elbo Ron! fc » ta . fc - r -..,,...69* ^ Minute Rice _,..,* 1.38 Cat Food Dillon's Half Half Buttermilk Dillon'j Pint On Dillon's Quart Can . iao Quart Dillon's. Larg* or Small Curd lloi.Ctn. DISCOUNT PRICED..EveryDay Assorted Chops" Dillon's Supr- Trim Pork (1/4 'Pork loin) Ib. « Betteri Chocolate Milk Orange Juice Dinners Beef Tocos Dillon's Quart Ctn. ·«···. ·»··························*······*·· · Minute Moid ]2oi. Chicken, Turkey or Hal ion J2ci. .13.501. Carnation Instant Milk 6401. 1.37 Gold Medal Flour TOIb. I CHI Ion's Supr. Trim Pork loin . , .Ib. Center Chops Pork Loin Chops Country Style Ribs ^KkjlfcUlWI^hlVi ^EAjAJM tf Milan'* Supr. 9mm*nF mVnSf «PIVW ·*. Trim Pork (lad* (Perk Stadk) tb Pork Spareribs Boston Roast SM±EXS-, ,,,. 99 c DHIon'lSwpwTrlni ". Milan'! Svpr. TrknPork . . . . 14 ex. Can Dillon's '7day' Specials Arrid Extra Dry Unfcontod or Rag. .Con Lioht Ptowdor *1.74 s 1,97 Eagle Brand Condensed Milk 40 Qoldsn Indian Bread LOAF ONLY- w*et*n*d ^···^·····^·^·^·^·^··^^^^^·^^^^B ^^^ 8-Pack Caramel Rolls AM EXCELLENT BREAKFAST OR SNACK ROLL TOPPED WITH CARAMEL ICING 8 PACK ONLY t REGULAR PRICE Everyday Discount Prices! Jelly Rolls Glazed Doughnuts Cream Horns Heart Cake ........ 49' $ 1.08 Decorated for MattMr 1.50 Prell Concentrate Shampoo IUg.$2.07 Sudden Beauty Hair Spray Super Hold 7T Rag. 91 c 12/,Oz.Can (lon*to». Wast* Frw) BONUS $P£C/ALS Fra»hPerk.._ ...12oi. toll E v e r y d a y Discount Prices Srwrfin* Ham Moisture Arld«d (Shank Portion) Ib. 55' Moiitur* *drl»d (Rump Portion) Ib. Moi itur. Added (Center Slic«ty $ 1.39 Catsup Whole Dills JMLLON COUPON i J)ILLON COUPON il JMLLON COUPON Grapefruit Juice Tomato Juke ·Porfc. ana Beans S5 1O OFF REG. PRICE OF Log Cabin Country Kitchen Imitation Maple Symp 24 oz. Bottle VC-10 Limit One Expires 5/14/74 3O OFF Reg. Piice of 4 oz. Jar of Maxim Freeze Dried Coffee VC-30 Limit One Expires 5/14/74 Reg. Price of Maxwell House Instant Coffee 6oz. Jar VC-30 LIMIT ONE EXPIRES 5/14/74 Sieve Peas :j £!, Sherbet The Complete Family RECIPE CARD COLLECTION This week gel SERIES* 6 Flower Garden BOOK This week gel Chapter b FILE BOX FOR RECIPE CARDS OR BINDER FOR GARDENING YOUR CHOICE .. EACH 99c Southern Grown Wat $ BONUS AND 7-DAY SPECIALS GOOD THRU TUESDAY, MAY 14,1974 Everyday Discount Prices! "NOVELTY op THE Malt Cups Chocolate 4 pock *· 12 or. 67 Ice Milk Ice Cream' ° Ice Cream Ice Cream Ice Cream Country Maid All Flavor! Vanilla Jcxkion't AH Flavors . 1/2 Gallon Gallon «oy«l All Flavor* ...... Geld Cup. Round Carton AIIFIevorl Mwrrin*.. Sweet Corn 79 Florida Fancy 6 FOR ONLY California Fancy 3 PINTS ONLY Mixed Vegetables All Strawberries Ttnas U.S. No. 1 Yellow Onions Red Radishes.. 3 Los. FOR ONLY Q. I understand that the enrollment period for Part B of Medicare ended March 31, 1974. I am already 65. but I do not plan to enroll now. Win 1 liave another chance? A. Yes, there will be another enrollment period in January, February, and March 1975:. however, coverage will not b» cffcctova until July 1975. and the premiums will be higher. Q. I enrolled for Part B of Medicare several years ago, but I foil Id not get the hospital part because I had not worked under Social Security. Has thil changed? A. Yes, the 1972 amendment* to the social security Act mak« it possible to enroll for the hospital part of Medicare. However, you must pay a monthly premium (currently $33.00) for the hospital protection. Q. If I dirt not enroll befors the deadline of March 31, when will 1 have another opportunity to apply? A. The next enrollment period wil! be January 1, 1975 through -March 31, 1975 and the coverage will be effective July 1. 1975. Q. I have never worked in employment covered by social security and I am not eligible for benefits on any other' record. I would like to enroll for the hospital part of Medicare but I do not want the Part B. or medical part. How do I go about this? A. This is not possible. If you enroll for the voluntary hospital insurance, you must enroll for the Medical part. Second Charge On Jack Favor No! Presented BOSSIER CITY, La, (AP) -The state will not prosecute former Texas rodeo star Jack Favor on the second of two murder charges against him, t state attorney says. A jury found favor innocent last month of the 1964 murder . of Mrs. W.R. Richey of Hauffh- lon. La. He was scheduled for · later trial on a second chargt , in connection with the murder of her husband. Originally found guilty of both murders in 1967. Favor won new trials after charging collusion belween officials and Floyd E. Cnmbey, a key witness in the Irial, The bizarre ease involved the mysterious release from custody of Cumbey across the Texas slate line after he testified against Favor. State Ally. Graves Thomas Tuesday told a reporter thai the decision to dismiss the second ch.irjje against Favor was made last Thursday by Louisiana Ally. Gen. William Gusle and members of his staff. It was decided that trying Favor on the second charge misht he contrary to recent U.S. Supremo Court rulings es^ Uhlishing renewed guarantees against double jeopardy, Them;i? said. The law says a person cannot he- tried twice for Ihe same crime. "The issue is not whether Favor killed Mr, or Mrs. Richey tint whether or not he was involved in the crime at all." T h o m a s said. "Since a j u r y has determined that he was not involved, prose- c u t i n s him on the second charge nil^ht be contrary to U.S. Supreme Court rulings on double jeopardy." Thomas added the state's action has nothing lo do with a motion to quash the second in- d i c t m e n t against Favor on the basis oi double jeopardy t» be made in court Wednesday hy Favor's attorney, J.B. Wells. Favor is in rair condition «t- an Arlington. Tex., nmprtil after surgery last Friday for a blocked artery in hi» neck.

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