Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 12, 1974 · Page 4
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1974
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W«., Jun« 12, 1974 r*V(TTIVILU, AHKAMtAt riiMWiiiaiiniii iisiitii!!! »iwr«Eiii«iiMii!ii iniiii iii Livestock Report Cattle sales were down from lasl week in the livestock auctions held in Fa.vclleville and Springdale this past week. The Federal Slate Market News Service reports 800 sales at 'Springdale and 1.000 at Kay- etteville, down from 2,337 last week. Auction results were: SPRINGHALE .CATTLE: Estimated receipts 800:- last week 9(14; compared tijast week's sale. Utility and Commercial slaughter cows steady to 51. lower. Calmer anil Ciilte'r $2.-3. lower., with weighing conditions favoring seller. Slaughter bulls about S3. F e e d e r steers generally j?. ; 4. ' lower. Feeder heifers generally steady. Supply largely Good and Choice 300-550 11). feeder steers, bulls and heifers with ntxjul 20 per cent cows, and 1 per cent slaughter bulls. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial S23.(iO-27. High dressing U t i l i t y 527-27.70. Several Commercial yield grade 4-5 $22.70-23.50. Cutter $21 .-23.00. Canner $18.-22.70. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield grade 1-2 1000-1600 Ibs. S31.-34. FEEDER STEERS: scattered sales Choice and Prime 350-460 Ibs, $36.75-38.50. 250 500 Ibs. $33.37; 500-550 Ibs. $30.50-34.50. 550750 Ibs. $30-31.50 High Good in- chiding some Choice early maturing and bulls 250-5M Ibs 530.34.25; 500-650 Ibs. J28.-3I. Goml 3M-350 $2b.-31.50. 400-550 Ibs. $85.-27.50. FEEDER HEIFERS! Choice 300-400 Ibs S33.-35.50. 41)0-550 Ins. $31.-34. Few high Choice and Prime 410-460 Ibs. $34.34.50. High Good including several Choice fleshy and several fleshy and early maturing' offerings 300-400 Ibs. $30-33. "100.' 550 Ibs. S29.-32. Good 400-550 Ihs.. S26.-28.50 i REPLACEMENT COWS: Few Choice 2-6 year old» 700-800 Ibs. J225.-250 per head. COW AND C A L F PAIRS: Ciioice 4-6 year old cows with 75-250 Ibs. calves at side $330.400 per pair. Small number over 6 years old 300-330 per pair. HOGS: Estimated reeeipfs 200 including 4 sows and 2 boars. Last week 306. Not enough bar- rent's and gilts or sales on offer for 1 price lest. BARROWS AND GILTS: Few PS 1-2 225-230 Ibs. $24.-24.50. .SOWS: Couple head US 2-3 400-450 Ibs. $17.50-18. BOARS: Individual 415 Ibs. $15.40. FEEDER PIGS: Limited volume feeder pigs Sl.-3.50 lower compared to last week; US 1-2 4050 Ibs. S14.-14.50 per head; US 1-3 25.40 Ibs. $12.-12.50 pel- head. FAYETTEVILT.E ; CATTLE: Estimated receipts 3000. last week 1433, compared kj last week's sales, slaughter cows and bulls rather uneven, averaging about steady. Instances 50 higher on utility cows. Feeder steers and heifers steady to strong. Instances 50 higher on steers over 500 Ibs. Supply largely high Good a n d Choice 300-600 Ib. feeder steers and heifers with about 20 per cent cows and 1 per cenl slaughter bulls. '..-SLAUGHTER COWS: Ulililj ^nd Commercial cows J22.75-27. mostly S24.25-26.50. Severa Commercial yield grade 4-5 S2I.SO-24.75. Culler 22.-24.75 Canner S13.-22. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield grade 1-2 100(1-1800 Ibs. $31.38.75. - - F E E D E R STEERS: Feu- Choice 250-301) Ibs. $41 50-45 300 400 Ibs. $37.50-41,50. 400-550 Ihs. S32.75-39.50. mostly S34.75-H8.5fl. 550-650 Ibs 830.25-34.75. High Good and low Choice including several Choice early maturing steers and bulls 300-400 Ibs $33.60-36.50. 400-500 Ibs. $32 2534.75, 500-600 Ihs. $30.7532.75. 600-650 Ihs. S29.30-25 Good 350400 Ibs S30.75 34.25. 400-500 Ibs $29.3032.75. 500-600 Ibs. S27.75- 31.35. High Standard to average Good Holstein 400-500 Ibs S28 29.50. 500-700 lb=. $24.50-26.50, , FEEDER HEIFERS: Few Cl/oice 300-350 Ibs. $37.50-41 350450 Ibs. $33-35. 450-550 Ibs $31 33.25. 550-fi50 Ihs. $29.75-30.75. Good including Choice earlv m a t u r i n g and some fleshy off e r i n g s 300-350 Ibs $31 -37 5(1 350 450 [h-. S23.25-33. 45l).fi5l) Ibs $28.25-30.75. Gond $27.50-29. . R E P L A C E M E N T C O W S : CJioicp 2 years and older 5511000 Ibs. cows 525.30-30.50. COW AND CALF PAIRS: Chicie 3-7 vear old cows with 75-200 Ibs. calves at side. S301.355. per pair. Few Good cows with calves $227.50-280 per pair. HOGS: E s t i m a t e d Receipts 300. week ago 504. Barrows and gilts 50-1. lower. Sows steady to weak. Boars steady to 50 lower. .-'BARROWS A\D GILTS: US 1-3 200-245 Ibs. 25.-25.25: I package 216 Ibs. $25.50: US ··! 190 14(1 Ihs. $24.24.50: Scattered saled US 1-3 ]t0-165 Ibs. S'O- 21.25. SOWS: US 1-3 300.350 Ibs $16.25-16.75; 350.505 Ibs. $16.7517.; Several wet 300-450 Ibs $16.2516.75. BOARS: All weights $16 17.50. ' 'FEEDER PIGS: Compared to last week S3-4. lower. US 1-2 20-10 Ibs. S10.-12. per head: 40-50 !bs, $12.-I4. per head; 50-85 Ibs. SI3.50-.I5.25. per head. 1 Small package 65 Ihs. $16.50 p«r head. US 2-3 20-30 Ibs. S5.-8. per head: 30 40 Ibs. S3.-10. per head; 40-50 Ibs. J10.-12. per head. Safeway! 1'iices Effective Through Saturday, June 15th at Vciur Kayelleville, Springdale and Silnam Springs Safeway Stores, Get Discount Prices Plus Many Extras at Y^ Mr if FINEST MEATS THE BEST TO YOU... EACH DAY FROM SAFEWAY! On- bvjren wort diligently, gatberkkg the , finest foodc from near and far, so that you will find the best each day at Sateway. You get the season's exceUeot fmte and . vegetables at money-saving prices. We bring you top qvaMtjr, tender meats with excess fat and bone removed before weighing. Safeway's the place to choose from a remarkable variety of all the foods you want for your family's eating pleasure. And sore money every day! Fryer Parts SffiJ C« From USDA Grode'A' WboJ* FryersI · 3 Leg Quarters WrthBaek Ground i Beef ! Sjifeway Quality and Freshness · Regular HHMfef I Grind ^Iv^L^iWw ' .....78 j Any Size Package! · i" Setviri9 ^^ !\ Suggestion ~ ^H B Chuck Roast USDA Choice Beef Chwek Blade Roost...Compare The Famous Safeway Trim! · 2 Pkgs. Giblers · 3 Wings ^ GUARANTEE K, for any naion, you an' net tatiifi*d with a*y pvr . chat* mad* at Safowoy, w* will moke an adjustment (hot it tatiifcKtcxy to you or re-. foftd the pwrchoM prk« in'' Ml. Smoked Hams Meaty Tender Shank Portions 48 Fully Cooked f 7-8 Pounds Weight Range Water Added Quarter Loins Round Steak Assorted Pork Chops, Sliced Center Cuts Choke Beef Ib. 1 M e Catfish Steaks FreshWator ^"V ^^ A ^m ^^^ f*Ml^i §· ^^^B ^OTmn Iff »IO L- Lb ^M I FRESH PRODUCE Cantalou Mellow- Sweet, Freeh Frutt Good Ecriing ... Anytime! ii i i i FRESH PLUMS Red Beauty Variety THESE IOW PRICES EVERY DAY · 8-Oz. Manor HOWM Meat Pies · · 6-Oz. Hawaiian Red Punch · · 10-Oz. Bel-air Peas Carrots · · 12-Ox. Bel-air Chopped Spinach · 9-Oz. Patio Tortillas IOW, IOW PRICES EVERY DAY i iHrSf IOW PRICES EVERY DAY- SAVE AT THESE IOW PRICES LOW, LOW PRICES EVERY DAY Ub. MARGARINE Parkoy Sofi, Maw-Cup ....: PI CINNAMON ROLLS Mrs. Wrighft, Easy to FM h-per Towds ^ _ " E 3 7 8 1VMh.$l Tma I Your Tta 37 Craan Cheese k ~ nw SUODCHEiSI Chunk Tuna r^w 'It 48* Salad Dressing £tr ...... 569' Soda Crackers {±~. ......... '^37' Vienna Sausage^ ^35' Potted Meat £% 3 Viva Napkins ^69' Ice Tea Blend Sandwich Spread Corn Flakes s c±^ Grapefruit Juice TH BUSH'S BEANS Great Northern, PfcMo or Novy Beam Serving Suggestion FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES Crap* £ Golden Corn Yellow Squash Fresh Bananas . Red Potatoes Orange Jfcke KL *1£ 99- Fresh Cabbage Michigan Peat ^ 40 t $ 1.29 Yellow Onions J«iky Lemons ^. low . M £; 89' Bing Cherries 8 te M Watermelons Thumpki' Ripe Melons. Over 18 Lbs.! $ Biscuits Mr». Wrighf s Canned Regular or Buttermilk fVOtrOAY LOW PKICf! Bleach White Magic. Super Power Bleach MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING · Limit 1- With $5.00 Purchase or More ; -Excluding Tobacco : ·"' Products. Qt. Jar harcoal Ozark Quality. Even- Burning Hardwood Charcoal Briquets! 70-Peana) Bog $ Dinners Banquet Mexican Style rinnrr tf^ Fresh Frozen! fVERYDAT IOW PRICE 46' *ff\m mm mm f% m rBacon- Suwk-A-Doma Brand, Sliced (Mb. ft.S7) 79 THESE IOW PRICES EVERY DAY II AM Turkttu* Manor Houw 1O-U UH. nen ivniey* usoACrod.' Chuck Roast Skloki Steak Ham Slices Rump Portion Meat Werners Beef Werners Slked Bologna Cooked Salami tX* Twbot Fillets Cooked Shrimp Sliced Bacon Sausage Hot Link Sausage On sale this week SETS NO. 2122 Of THf CARD UBRARV AT YOUR SAFEWAY! SCTNO. 21 TAMMY MMM- FAST SET MO. M "MENUS MOM THE i» ·_ Jfc " f OVT OLWV MARGARINE Brand «*»- 37 LOW, IOW PRICES EVERY DAY DISCOUNT HOME NEEDS DAIRY-DEL! FOOD VALUES BAKERY TREATS AT DISCOUNT RAZOR BLADES 5-ct. 98c 99t PUS COLGATE INSTANT SHAVE g^, ^ __ . _ _ ^1.43 w^te Bread Menthol, Regular _ _ .. «·_.:·_ f \ i-am. tfeOQc CL..I..L D.^. Menthol, Regular and Lime Mrv WrighCi FROZEN FOODS ted) 11 -Oz. Can 38 Mossengill Powder Gooda Cheese Cheese Spread Potato Salad ^r PARTY DIPS * (XVogurt J iM.19 i54 ( 3? Skykrk Buns ^^ 3 ^ French Bread ££% w Dessert Cups £U Apple Turnovers £**. White Bread S.TSK. t^ Raisin Bread tfsR**y DELUXE FOID-AWAY FURMITORf NOW AT YOUR SAFEWAY! nPmff UIV* POT Kin. For wiWrtoming. For Mria matma. And wow ^FV£ owcr ycv vwvs M4Qn c^volrty rotv^wo^r fwmirw* at a priM onyom «oooHed. THE **G SIR 3T TMK C fOW CUSHCNCO AMD WKiOiSWHO IN A ·CM wooo G«HN tnn. Kt*yr ojn TUBIMM stta co*5T«ucJio« OOUKf «AC=0 IK WTO £.2 AClcil KX«S ASSUK5 MMMUM S*«- rrv in * FCxDne TA«t toes TO r MO.I*M«»SIIC «f i Qf Ht*vr SMCC %M' »IA»«WM COW TH OM*S ·».«« HOOK) r- IWMC LA» STOt O*T II" WXUNtJrr IO ~ fon font ro r MC «»5ts S^FEWAY'S YOUR BEST PLACE TQ SAVE Tub Tile Cleaner El Krah Dressings Oeam Cheese Mexkan Dimers pofcBro - 1 Safeway Coffee EGGS Breakfast Gen Grade X A' Quality. Ctm. JOHNSON Cri«oOilrr±:rl,.. labyPowdw ·*· Safeway Brand Baked Good* are OPEN DATED...FOR FRESHNESS! £41 Pr«-Growid WthtM... Amwwr Brand, IrVrW Poy MkOMT ! Ice Milk | Lucerne Brand, Finest Saleway Quality I Low k) Calories ... _ High in Enjoyment. Mf ^^^^f · OUR ^nc · LOW | PKKB I Mixed Vegetables I B«4-air Owofir/, Big They're Deviled Ham $£^£Xc«i. BABY OIL Paper Napkins 3 WEACCBT USOAFOOO COOPOWI *m*j iv ' A l t I w I «~~. fttmty fmU !:...»?" O | GCM Pupof TOWBlS M»orb« SAVE MONEY EVERY DAY!AT SAFEWAY DISCOUNT I * 14-K. M-rir Cream Pto» · · *-·» SWMITM Meat Piw · No«H«w« Aifcimm Wed., JUM 12, 1*74 · t FAVXTTIVItLI, A««»M»*r · Questions Aboil Social Security Editors Note! This colwrm --. is a Join'- effort of publie **r- vice by the TIME Sand .the Faycttcville Social Security. Administration office, Mr* Rose Newsome, district wan- .. ager. . ' Anyone having; a question about social security is invited to send it to the Northwest; Arkansas TIMES 72701., All- inquiries must, be signed and · should include addresj of sender. Names will not be published. Q. I have heard that some prescription dri'gs are covered under Medicare Part B. Is thi« t r u e ? -. A. Prescription and non-prescription drugs purchased by or dispensed to a patient, are npt covered. Drugs or biologicals are covered only if they are of the ly]K that cannot be self- administered. They must be. administered by the physician or by his nurse under his personal supervision. This docs not include immunizations. Q. Arc all immunizations or vaccinations excluded from coverage? " ' A. Vaccinations and inoculations are excluded as "immuni- sations" unless they, are directly related to the treat"- ment of an injury or direct ex-- josure to a disease or condition. for example: Anti-rabies treatment or tetanus anti-toxis ii covered. J. A friend of mine received rei'mbursemont for B-12 shots hut my claim was refused; Why? - ' · : A. Yuur friend is probably receiving the B-12 shots as an. effective treatment for a disease or condition such as pernicious anemia. Injections t h a t arc not considered by accepted standards of medical practice to be given for a specific condition are not covered. Q. Are d r u g s - u s e d white a patient is in the hospital covered by Medicare? A. There are two requirements for drugs or biologicals o be covered in the hospital. They must represent a cost to he institution and they must ic an approved drug or biological for use in a hospital. Q. ray doctor gives m« vitamin injections and 1 have been denied payment'lor them. Why? A. Medications which are given for a purpose ether thaii for treatment of a particular condition, illness, or injury ar« excluded from coverage. Q. Medicare paid for my first scries of injectitns but has refused to pay for any more. Why? A. Medications administered or treatment of a disease, vhicli exceeds the frequency or duration indicated by accepted standards of medical practice ire excluded from coverage mlcss there are extenuating circumstances. Q. How would you generalize the coverage for drugs or biolo- gicals in or out of a hospital? : A. To put in a general way, 1 would say that while an in-' patient in a hospital, drugs.or biologicals r e c e i v e d ari covered. While out of a hospital, prescriptions and non-prescrijv tion d r u g s purchased by or dispensed to a patient are not covered. Exceptions exist ,ui both cases, but this is a good general statement. : Ford Speaks i NBW YORK (AP) -- Vice "resident Gerald R. Ford says the United States shonld not withdraw into a shell .of isolationism by unilaterally reducing its military troops overseas. "I strongly favor a mutual reduction in forces." Ford told 1.600 persons attending a Monday night banquet sponsored by the United Nations Association of the United States a! Amerca. But he stressed that "unila- .cral U.S. troop cutbacks would JC foolhardy. It would undermine our negotiations with the Soviet. Union directed jt mutual Force reductions in Central Europe." He praised the Senate for d«- fealing proposals last week to u n i l a t e r a l l y cul American ground troons and airmen stationed abroad. "The Senate aclinn is a healthy rebuff to tho« who would push us in the direction of neo-isolationism, 1 ' said Ford. lie also lauded Secretary of Slate Henry A. Kissinger and President Nixon for the Middl: Kast truce. Seeks Legiitatimi STUTTGART, Ark. (AP) -Stale Rep. Wayne Hampton of Stuttgart said Monday he had nsketi t h a t legisation for increased -funding of the state's public kimiergarten system be included in the upcoming special session of the legislature. Gov. Dale Bumprss is expected to call the session In July. Hampton said he had talke.1 to Bumpers about the kindergarten funds and was hopeful thai the governor'would include the mailer in the special session legislation. Hampton, who cosponsored ihc public kindergarten hill in the 1073 General Assembly, said several applications from k i n d e r g a r t e n programs hid been sent to the o f f i c e of Vat vale education commissioner.

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