Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 10, 1952 · Page 14
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January 10, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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ji« NOtTHWHT ARKANSAS tJMK, r.yMMvMe, Art****. ThurMky, J.nu., r 10, If SI CLOSED Jan. 8 ' (m through Jan. 29 Open for business Wed., Jan. 30 While the painters and decorators are making our place "look like new," we will take a much needed rest. Our busi- · ness will be closed for about three weeks. Will see you again on January 30th. r Heinle's Steak House Hy. 71 South of Springdale Governor Quoted As Saying Hell Block New Track Tim liitlfr also Mill: "Memphis juslly fears any dc- Racing Commission To Meet January 16 In Little Rock West Memphis, ArV..-f/1'j-Offi- Downs, Inc., Keok- nd (tpcr;Ue a nice slcrday ncrusrd \\vn ipprs, the Com- ftiul tlv · J'lTMi- wblc-h v/ouM curtail the flow of invfiiup into ils coffers. Tliis i.-; Hie :;o!fish ;iltiluclr: tiihnn by m.-my larficr t-ilir;; m-cr llieir neighboring similln- ul|r." Jn ;insv.'f-i In the Ictlrrr, J'nink U. Alilcrcn. cdilnr of lht Commcr- c'i;il Appp.'il, said: "Thn men ir.'ick will bring nolh- Inc but (Ifslrr.'tt in Iho lony run. '. Thh is ;i f;n.-|. bn.vrd rm ;ui inspec- ! tifin nf the i-nrorr| ,-il ottu'r com- Iniunillcs whcip r;icp tnicks have. I nprratcrl. Our intrrcsL Js in the | future nf ,-i wholesome t'timmunj- , iy - - ." · i ! Rdwjtid ,1. Mrcni.m, Mitor of thr Memphis PrMs-Srimitnr, .said:' ! "We if'DJT.sc'iil our subscribers! , ::s Wi'n.l Memphis no less thnn we ' Truman's Reference To Price Support System "Puzzling" rials of Oix ing to build trnck here, Memphis nc Sclmitar'nf "warping 'ami 'iwi'st- j '^''.T C ' U nur ''"'"'-·ribcrs in Mom- I ins" statements made Iiy the Dixie j '' V,?, Downs spokcsmc'n. Tin; fUTUKJilloii \v;i* niiulo in letters mailed to voters in Criiten- den County, \vho nre lo deride in iperifil election Jjinuary 22 v/hrlber thn trnrk franc)] W;ishinj,'tmi-(/P;-K;n-iM )c;idci.s nuzxicfl today over ;i sl.'iicmcnl by President TrimiKM that » .sliding ··'(·ale in the price fiupport lav/ should nni he allo-.vcfl In penalix.c ffirmrr.s who increase, production for defense neerlF. They pninled out such n system is not bchiK used now. Con.-.c- qucntly, they . i ;;iir they SHW no danger in thf rm-i«er unless the .idminislraiion. which has b e e n against Ihe sliding -x-alc, changes it:; policies. Some snw in the comnicnl, made in the president's Slnle of the Union tncs,i^c today, nn indira- lion tlie L-unlrovcrsiiU i.-:.suc may figure in this year's polilic.'il cam- p.'iiflns. Mr. Trumnn's rcferrnrc tn jlhe st-alu was in connection with an appeal for ;i stronger farm price support system. ! I Present /arm lav/ sets up maxi- | 'mum and minimum levels at which the department mny support farm ; prices. For all crops and products, j I he maximum is 90 per cent of ' parity, except in cfisc of national j · cmrrjjrncy. Then it may be set : higher if greater incentives to production arc deemed necessary. For most major crops, the minimum support level is 75 per cent of parity. The so-caMed sliding scale of minimum supports applies for such crops as cotton, wheat, corn, rice and peanuts. Under it, the minimum rate declines as the size of .supplies increases, ROCS up when supplies drop. But the law docs not require the secretary to use th« minimum rates of the sliding scale except that be may not go below them. PLAN TO BUILD **· Our MitetiiL Gil Out Pricn. Try Our Strrlc*. DYKE LUMBER CO. Mt St. Ch.rl« WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Years SMITH RADIO SHOP THRIFT UK at SAVMOR Swift's Q Jewel V fia TUNA, Starkist Tomato Soup, Campbell's . . canlOc Grapefruit Juice, Hales Pride IT 19c Crushed Pineapple ;;::; 2 ":,,· 49c Early June Peas Sliced Bacon Pork Steaks, lean. Pork Chops Chuck Roast Armour's Crescent. Ribs and Loin Ends lb.35c Ib. 49c Ib. 49c lb.69c Del Monte Corn, cream style . . . can 19c Hollcndalo Oieo Quarters Ib. 23c Dog Food, can 9c Pinlo Beans ;;69c O.T. Pink Salmon, Ib can 49c CRACKERS Gingham Girl Flour st, $1.99 Macaroni ^ 29c Red Bud Kraut Rice No. 300 Can Wortx Saltine 9c 2 Ib. 33c 2 Ib. Box 49c Water Maid 230 MILL STREET Writ A, ShKktetortf and Paul D. Wilder, Owners iml NiMgen Tbe elet-linn was ordered by the Arkansas II a r; I n u Association' when it granted the Dixie Downs permit last November. Governor McMath, who's .said j '^'Ilieie'li never lie another race I _- I U.v.-k in Arkansas--tlie state's ' .j | only track now is at Hot Springs-- [ I i iis long as lie's governor, asked for ' I Ihe i-cslgiiiitions or nil racing com- | I' inisslonrrs wlin anprnvnl the per- I mil.. When the commissioners. i rlitln'l rrsign lie saiil he woulrl a|- | | point a new commission in Fchru- , ary. : Giivcrnnr I'ninilsrs Ar-lioii ! The llev. litisseli f.'lnhl) of West I Memphis, ; leader of churcii ! groups opposing nixie Downs, i said yesterday Governor McMath had assured him I hat the prupns- i ed race track cnulil he blocked re- I fjardless of the outcome of ttie j county referendum. j Clulil) quoted the governor as saying that the Racing Commission could refuse If) grant racing dates lo Dixie Downs. 111 Little Hock, the governor didn't mention Ihe alleged conference with Clubh. However, MeMalh said he would "scriouslv consider" the rcappuiiilinent of racing commissioners slmulil they j r e . o k e the fiancliise of Dixie i Downs. 'I'lic commission has been called I into session January l. r i tn reconsider qualifications of officials of Dixie Downs. Etl Waller, secretary of Dixie] Downs. Inc., said he doubled thrill the commission legally could revoke the Irfinehisc "solely on the command of the governor." Prospect Dim For Any Tax Hikes This Year Wnshincton-f/l'i-The prospect of . any general federal lax- I net-ease | this year--imlc.-s widespread \-.-nr j breaks out- shrank to the vanish- ! ing point today. Congressional revenue experts ; noted that President Truman's j : Stale of the Union mestagc spoke j only of conlinucd high taxes u \ e r | the next few years, and vmillcri I ·niy mention of a possiljlc further increase. His reference In the desirability of spreading these levies as fairly as possible among the people indicated lo sonic lop tax author!- ' ties that Congress at the most wi ' be a.-kcd to plug existing "louji- lioles" which give special tax relict to one group or another. Used by thousands In reducing diets--Jungc's Roman Meal bread. 11-10-tf AdvrrliSf In thf TIMES--II lu.vs OZARK NOW SHOWING 3:31 5:32 7:33 9:34 '·"ALYSON-* JOHNSON wr' M A D V NOW \J A\ IV l\ SHOWING Open 6:45 Shows 7-3 Sflfclcd Shorts PALACE ENDS TONITE "The Strange Door" 1U IVANS XI ismiTA JOMicutz · riN«r tit can fell by the total... my cash register receipt I SAVE MORE at Kroger! EVERYDAY LOW PRICES OH ALL FAV8RIK |l|ED FOOD BRANDS TO HELP YOU UVE BETTER FOR IBS! GREEN GIANT Large tinder p*ai, elecl*4 'or quolity. No. 303 Cans CANNED FOOD SALE Orange Juice Sliced Peaches Kroger Applesauce 3 N -,r33 c Delicious when served with ham or pork. Jack Mackerel ;±:.r 3 £ 43c Kidney Beans £TJT 3 N L?29c Grapefruit Juice ."T 21: 45c 2 *~ 55 ^ cans %/%/ ·CUD. 2MCC %/ cans %/%/ Kroger Brand. Enjoy the rich just squeezed flavor. I Avondale Brand. In heavy l^No. 2'/J Syrup. Also halves. *M COHS B U D G E T B U Y S EACH f Att* ITEM A.W HOMINY 8r " 10«f 8-01. Can Counlry Club Brand. PORK 4 BEANS Noca r Western Gold Brand. SPINACH Scrv-U-Rilc Brand. No. 303 Can lOc Mustard Greens ^ 10c Packers Label. Also Turnip. Mixed Vegetables lOc No. 303 Can Scrv-U-Hilo Brand. BLENDED JUICE 2 r 49 FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 r 39f Krogtr Brand. Finest quality. Krootr Brand. Top quality PIE CHERRIES 2 N 'J43 TOMATOES 3 NO ± 3 45 Packers Label. R*d, tour pitted Packers Label. Red-ripe. SPOTLIGHT COFFEE Ib. 77 KMGER BREAD 2 ^ 15 Alwnvk ttindeir caff Krogers Hot Doted. Mild bl*nd. EATMORE OLEO 2 Ibs. 47* Extra rich, Economical. Kroger Baked. 8'L45c Star Picnics Juicy-sweet Florida's. Buy a bag and save. GRAPES 2 Ibs, 251 TURNIPS 2bchs,25 Largo red Emperors. Top quality With fresh green tops POTATOES SOU 19 TANGERINES Ib.KK Sweet, juicy, easy to peel. Extra Selects. A Value Tender, juicy, 6 to 8 Ib. avg. Cello wrapped. .37 PLATE BEEF lb.37/ WHITING FISH lb.19(f PIECE BACON lb.29tf Kroger Cut Tcndorny. Top quality, tconomical, 3 lo 4 Ib tnd pitcti CHUCK ROAST Ib. 72* GROUND BEEF Ib. 63tf PORK SAUSAGE, Ib. roll Krogor Cul Tendcray Bcol. Only one grade . . . iht bell. * Holly Br.nd or St.r SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 95c SLICED BACON Ib. 39 DRY SALT MEAT Ib. Wlrlrlriur rinrlln** « . . « _ _ ! . * ' · . _ » Kroger Cul Tendcray Beef. Wicklow rindloss, Irn-pack. Lean tnd cuts. BOLOGNA Kroger Shrimp Cudahy's All Meat Ib. Sand vein removed. Excellent quality. Ib. box 49 87

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