Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 5
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January 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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HOKTHWIST AUKANSAI IIMIS, foy..l«vWt, Arkamm, ThutKloy, Junvory M, M»ke winter coll iltw look festive: add Bnely diced f««n pcp- ptr and plmlenla t* it. Or U you Savcn't »ny green pepper substitute finely minced^ parsley. Line · salad bov/1 wittTlettuce leaves, heap the slaw in the center, and then sprinkle the cabbage m i x t u r e with a little paprika for a professional touch. Nepal is an independent kingdom on the southern slope ot the Himalayas. Sensational HEARING AID ADVANCE; Exclusive New PERMAPHONE fiert'i wonderful new»! Patented ceramic PERMAPHONE re- lain* exceptional sensitivity even under extreme w e a t h e r conditions. Performs efficiently where others often fail. R«i«s deterioration; saves upkeep costi! 1(» juit oat of many noting features found only in high-quality, low-cost "ROYAL" AND "SUPER. ROYAL" HEARING AIDS *§··· . . 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BIZ SAWYER APPEARS EVERY DAY in tlie Northwest Arkansas Times Indignation Meeting As Result Of Plane Disasters Called In Jersey Elizabeth, N. J.-M'l-Local resi-« dcnls, following two recent a i r - j liner disasters here, planned a n | 'indignation meeting 1 " for tonightj o protest ''their livins in fear of 'icry death from the skies." The meeting was called by City Council President John C. Boyle one clay after an American Airlines plane plunged into a residential urea here, killing its 23 occupants and six others in their -ionics. . Only 37 days prior to Tuesday's air tragedy, this city of 112,000 was t h e scene of the crash of a Florida-bound, non-scheduled C- 46 plane in which all 56 persons aboard perished. At tonight's scheduled meeting, the townspeople will "have an opportunity In express openly their views about Newark airport," Boyle said. The plane involved in Tuesday's crash was headed for Newark airport from Buffalo, N. Y. The non-scheduled plane which crashed- in flames December 10 bad taken off from that same airport, which is just under three miles away. Investigations Asked Meanwhile, probes were demanded on local, state and federal levels into the recent crash and into the operation, location and proposed expansion of Newark airport. Committees of experts were set up yesterday by ojseph O. Tluct, regional director of the Civil Aeronautics Board, to investigate the disaster. Fluct said he had no knowledge that the craft had any trouble or defect and that he presumed it had been inspected according to regulations. All but seven of the victims have been identified. The 29th body was removed from the scorched wreckage late yesterday. Convicts Who Ate A Companion Are Caught Bogota, Colombia-(/P)-Six beard- e-a nd were planning to eat another when they stumbled into a settlement and surrendered. Their confession vas reported by Horacio Roscro Caiccdo, director of the National Territories Department of the Interior Ministry. The men wandered 38 days through treacherous swamps and jungle inhabited almost solely by snakes, beasts and wild natives. They covered a crow-flight distance of about 250 miles before they reached Puerto Urnbrin, a river village in an Andean Valley, and gave themselves up. Eating their plumpest companion, they said, was the only way they could get strength to escape the jungle. Next time you put frankfurters on your menu serve them with a hot bubbling casserole of macaroni and cheese. Prices Of Some Meats Said Lower (By The Associated Press) Retail prices of beef and pork items were trimmed a few cents a pound in many stores this week. But the reductions were not uniform and in most cases they applied to the relatively higher-cost cuts like sirloin and porterhouse steaks, beef rib roasts and porl; loin roasts. Other meats and poultry appeared to be holding -about unchanged generally, nutter and hampering collections in the Midwest and might well result in a price uptrend by early next week. In fresh produce, lettuce, carrots and new cabbage were getting a little cheaper as shipments from growing areas increased. Slightly lower also were cscarolc and endive, fresh peas, peppers and tomatoes. Grapefruit and tangerines were abundant and lower. Snap beans and cucumbers edged up slightly. Prices of while potatoes were rolled back five to 10 per ecnl on Saturday at the farm level, and then the rollback was modified slightly by price stabilizers in response to producers' protests. Me- j tail prices, however, have not y c t j been affected and there may bc| f u r t h e r modifications In potato; ceiling.-, before Ihc retail rollback, j scheduled for Jan. 28, is put i n l u | cffeel, Week-end food specials advertised by major store chains and independents showed little unan- mlty. They included steaks, beef masts, pork loins, turkeys, loin lamb chops and lamb shoulders, roasting and f r y i n g chickens, sliced | bacon, fresh and fror.cn fish, apples, tanirertnes, oranges, csca- role and spinach. The A g r i c u l t u r e Department stressed duck and prunes as most plentiful foods for t h r i f t y buying this week. At Atlantic City this week. the. new president of the N a t i o n a l Canncrs Association, Fred C. Heinz of Fitt.sburjjh. said Ihc price of canned foods has increased not more t h a n five pel- cent in the past three years. He attributed this lo e f f i c i e n t management and improved techniques in the face of rising costs. ]f you. have pretty floors, play their.' up. For one 1111111", keep floors waxed to show off prolly rugs. Advertise In the TIMES--It payi. 19 Enter College Without Finishing High School, Make Superior Grades liailimure-l/l'i - Nineteen h l i . - h s c h u o i - w i d e n v r r a R r . i l school sophomore.", and j u n i o i P ' l e t t e r grade above the record of n who entered Goucher College last' members of the freshman class. Dr. Burld explained that sine* ' t h e . sirls have completed only ] three courses under Ihe thrcc- i term system at Goucher. it i.» : "much too soon" to draw any val- : id conclusions on the results of ,15 n f u l l i n r experiment. .omparison croup specially «·-! Tho U. S. Army adopterl the Sins a special experiment arr!i c c , c ( | Irom the most talented hour clock system on July I, 1912. "· FALSE TEETH , Rock, Slide or Slip? rASTEETH, an improved powder lo be uprinkled on upper or lower plalM. holds fal« teeth more firmly in place Do not tilde, ilip or rock No tummv. «oocy. pasty taste or feelinr. RAS- TEETH is alkaline .non-acldl. Does not lour, Checks 'plate odor" (den- lutr breath). Get FASTEETH «t «n drug more. making better grades t h a n the'----====== -. == i~.--==-- iither C.nuchrr freshmen who had finishfd high school. · I T h e e x p e r i m e n t a l s t u d e n t s . ; ranging in age from IS to I f i ' i , a l - ! so h a v e adjusted themselves socially and emotionally to college I life. Dr. W i l l i a m C. Mudd, assistant professor of education and c h i l d ! development, reported loclay. j In the first report on the experimental speedup made possible by grants from the Ford Foundation, Dr. Build said the progress of the girls has been "more t h a n satisfactory in every respect." The object of the project Is lo learn whether exceptional s t u dents e,in skip n year or two ol high school and 'adapt themselves to collese academically and psychologically. The sirls arc from nine stales-- N'ow Yorjc, New Jersey, California, Texas. Virginia. Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Colorado and: M a r y l a n d . ; Dr. Bucld said results of I h r ; K i l l s ' work for the first t e r m ; showed their academic average .1 j letter grade and a hnll above I h r ' FLASH! EARLY TIMES IS KENTUCKY'S FAVORITE STRAIGHT , ntnnnrrr MM · RI«M »i srmout IMHIM » rw tr (nuo nwnoi UARK SOON .THIS WHISHT IS TEAKS OLD · K PROOF IAM.Y TIMIS MSTULMT COMPANY u./.»m. i, Kt.i.tix British Dig In MITISH TROOPS are digging In for an all-out Suez Canal zone slam) In Ismailia (1) following killing of an American nun there and heavy fire on aji Ismailia bridge by Egyptian terrorists. The Egyptian government claims that recent military action near Tel el Kebir (2) and nearby villages addl up to "acts ot war" by the British BURNS ARKANSAS - T h i s souvenir auto sticker, made hy a St. I/iuis, Mo., firm to sell for 10 cents, brought howls of protest from "the Wonder Stnte." Arkansas publicity director Ku- Kene Ncwsom wrote the firm th»t the barefoot hillbilly with a whiskey Jus and the rnzorback hog give »n Impression of his Mate "entirely out of line with the Arkansas of lfl»2." Thf rom- rany h»« 1000 freshly-prlnl«! itlekcn and still pliM to pcl- tfl« Uitm. ...WITH THE FINEST PERFORMANCE OF ALL T I M E ! Featuring 4 of Cadillac's Greatest Engineering Achievements! THE NEW 190 H. P. CADILLAC ENGINE Jlrri ii the moil / 1 our'/w/, tftf moil dtnat/r, and the ntttil fffititnt antomstiit fn^itit tirr r-§tttd in a (.'adilhf tar. In /ourr incrcait alonr it altnoit l(t'''(,--and ill nrto ffiUf'lhifialfii ftttfiiitflrir t lat'^tr fxfiatill lalifl t \iiiitr rvha'.ill ports Rt\d nt'jj dual fthault lyiltm tnal.r Ifiii inline fint ejtfti melt dynamtt f-trjm-mtil tij nil Hint. K i t t y years ago, the first Cadillac car made its how to the public. Today, as a l i f t i n g climax to those fifty years of progress, w e ' a r c presenting in our showrooms t h e Golden Anniversary Cadillac--hy far the finest car ever to bear this distinguished n a m e . . . . It is easily \\icinojltcaiilifitliifa\\ Cadillacs. Numerous changes have sharpened and smartened the exterior design--while t h e wnolly-ncw interiors arc a revelation in comfort and l u x u r y . . . . Performance il the finest nf all lime. The great Cadillac engine has a power increase of almost /:tv«;y per cent-- and is even smoother and quieter in its operation. . . . There's a new H y d r a - M a l i c Drive t h a t gives the proper power application for every need. At a flick of the linger, you can have extra power and acceleration for city traffic and m o u n t a i n driving--or wonderfully smooth, quiet, gas-saving performance for the open road. ... And there's a new "power steering ' mcrluiiism, optional at extra cost, which reduces normal steering effort by as much as m-eniy-Jice prr cent!... If ever it could lie said of a car's performance that it is "out of this world," it can be said of the |crformancc of t h e ' n e w Cadillac. The (ioldcn A n n i v e r s a r y Caddlac is available in three scries -- t h e "Sixty-Two," t h e "Sixty Special" and t h e "Scvcnty-l''ivc." . . . Thc^c new crcaiions arc now nn display in our showrooms--and we i n v i t e you to sec and inspect them at your cailicst convenience. HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. THE NEW HYDRA-MATIC DRIVH Ky iittf) t {ncitiz J.'t tnlittly new ptrfortnarttt ranft, Cadi/liit't ttydta-Malit joostdet tht froptr poxrt for fi/v itud mountain driving; imottft t quiel t fai-iatinj ftt/fitinauftfar llit vftn tfitid, Opnonat at txfra tost on tttiti ti. bliindartl ftjuifimtnt art all other miittb. THE NEW CADILLAC POWER STEERING TMl "powtr llttrinl" mtcfjaniint ttiminattj at much at leumy-Jice prrttnt cl all nornul Jletriti? effort, It procijtt inereJtM A*rt. tiling tAlt'^twdytt Jotj not tnttrfm iMtf/iy ir«y tfiM llit ' - ·furart tional fon 4n of lion dirtt* i, JsaitaMt «J 22-24 EAST MEADOW FAYETTEVILLE, ARK.

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