Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 25, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 25, 1952
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Indictment Of Tatt Moody is Dismissed Oklahoma City - W) - Federal Grand Jury indictments charging j two former officials of an A r k a n - ' t [,c'association, slates that Lincoln High School iPlans Alumni Meeting. Graduates of Lincoln High School are invited to attend the regular meeting of ' the High School A l u m n i Association which will be licld in the school auditorium February 3, at 2:30 p. in. Francis Mcdaris, president r f ·as liquor firm with films false al nia ticrs requiring immediate reports on liquor sales were dis- ! attention are on the agenda, there- missed today. j forc . it | S important that every Named in the indictments were i Lincoln graduate in this area be TaTt Moody, Norman, Okla., n n d j there." S t e v en Castlcman, Vicksburp, Miss. Moody was secretary-treasurer of the Sun Export Company, Lake Village, Ark., and Castleman was manager. Federal District Judcc Richard M. Duncan filed "an order sustain. Ins a motion to dismiss the indictments. Harry T. Murphy, an assistant U, S. District attorney, said the government probably will appeal the order. The men were indicted last September' 27 on charges of f i l i n g false returns on wholesale liquor icales. The indictments accused the men of making out tickets to fictitious persons, thus enabling the f i r m to furnish liquor to bootleggers in the dry states of Oklahoma and Mississippi. Defense iiiiorneys contended that all taxes due on the sales in question had been paid and the defendants had complied with all internal revenue regulations. They argued t h a t even if a law had been violated--which was not admitted--the federal District Court here lacked jurisdiction because the alleged offenses took place in Arkansas. Any graduate who is not a member nf the association may become a member by attending f u t u r e meetings or by writing Mr. .Medaris, Lincoln A l u m n i Association, Lincoln High School, Lincoln, Ark. Today's Market-- Xv, Sea level in the distant pa§t j dropped many feet when untold *»ns of water v.-rrc locked up in advancing glaciers. HONEY CANT BUY ASSl THAT'S St. Joseph ASPIRIN % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c ttollond Bros, locker Plant GOT A COLD 'or fast symptomatic RELIEF BETTER PLUMBING FOR BETTER HOMES itartat C and D Plumbing Co. Fret Estimates Ml W Mountain Phone llll HOT TAMALEJ TO GO Did YOU know that you can buy fi cans of Premium Beer for 11.25 or Non Premium for $1.20? DELUXE EAT SHOP 306 W. Dickson Phon* 145 St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, III.--Hogs 10,000, salable 10,000, slow. Uneven weights 180 to 220 Ibs. 15 tn 30 higher than. Thursday's average. Heavier weights opened steady to" 15 higher, later, steady In )5 lower than Thursday's average, about steady with low t i m e 170 Ibs. down 25 to 50 higher, i Sows steady to 25 higher. B u l k I 180 to 220 Ibs. mostly choice No. 1 | and 2 18.50 to 18.85, several lots! 18.90. Choice No. 1, 2 and 3 230 to 240 Ibs. l'8.00 to 18.35, 250 to 270 Ibs. 17.50 lo 18.00. 270 to 300 Ibs. largely 17.00 In 17.50, 150 tn 1701 Ibs. lfi.75 to 18.50, 120 to 140 Ibs. 14.50 lo 1G.5D, 100 lo 110 Ills. 1.1.00 lo 14.25. Sows 400 Ibs. down 15.50 to 16.25. Heavier sows 13.50 lo 15.35. Stags 12.00 to 14.00. Boars 10.50 to 13.00. Cattle 000. salable GOO, calves 300. salable 300. Generally steady on all classes, approximately 50 per cent of a small supply of cattle comprised ot cows. Very few i steers available, mostly odd lots l a n d individual head of commercial l a n d good around 29.00 lo 32.00, j few u l i l i t y and commercial liaht \\-cichl steers and heifers 25.00 to ,28.00. U t i l i t y and commercial cows 121.511 to 24.00. I n d i v i d u a l head i 25.00, with canncrs and cutters J 1 6 0 C to 21.00. Utility and com-; Imcrcial hulls largely 24.00 to (28.00. Cutler bulls 2I-.00 to 22.00. 'Small supply of vcalcrs r u n n i n g , average to a l i t t l e above Ihe usual j Friday for quality, but very few ' p r i m e available. Majority Rood to I high choice vcalcrs 33.00 lo 40.00. i Individual head of prime 41.00 to 43 00 u t i l i t y and commercial cval- ers 22.00 io 30.00. Culls 17.00 to 20.00. Sbcep 400, salable 400. Market generally steady on very limited supply, scattered lot., good and choice woolcd lambs 29.00 to 29.50. One lot mostly choice 30.00. No straight lots choice and prime grade present. Short deck good and choice shorn lambs 29.00. Scattered sales slaughter ewes 11.00 lo 14.00. Culls down to 9.00. Court Proceedings In Washington County Circuit Court: John D. Davis (charge of kidnaping)--arraignment waived, plea of not guilty by reason of insanity; ordered committed to Stale Hospilal for Nervous Diseases for observation nol to exceed 30 days. In Washington Chancery Court: Trances Eastcrley vs Donald Lee Eastcrley: Decree of divorce. Anthony .1. Carrannante vs Margaret Carannante: Decree of divorce. Problem In Germany Bonn, Ccrmany-(/P)-Drunkenness among school children as young as 14 years has become a problem in ; Dussian-occupied East Germany. | according to complaints in t h e ! Communist press. ] Mexico at present has 28 slates | and three territories.. *'- m.'--- V.FJ. Wheel Chair Project Wt th» V. F. W., Post No. 2722, of Fayetteville, Arkansas, sponsored a drive two years ago to obtain hospital beds which have been for the fret temporary use of the people in their homes in this county and vicinity. This equipment ,(tas been in continuous use. We are now sponsoring a similar drive to obtain additional wheel chairs and crutches to add to our p r e s e n t equipment; and enable us to give the people better service in time of need. NO DONATIONS will be accepted on this drive by either the representative! or the members of the V. F. W. This equipment Is being paid far fay commissions derived from the sale of well known publications. Representatives will carry letters of Identifications signed by Owen Whitehouse, commander of the post, and will call at your home to explain the plan in detail. All courtesies shown the representatives will be greatly appreciated. Thank You, JACK TIDWELL V. F. W. POST NO. 2722 FAYITTIVIUI, ARKANSAS P i c t u r e d above is the m o r f p l of wheel-chair which will be available to Ihfi citizens of this county fr^c of charge under the current community service project. Saturday - Special Value Day! fresh selected spring items at savings to you. bur charge books are closed, so buy tomorrow - pay in march. COATS MAIN FLOOR BIG BEAUTIFUL Spring Coats Ml LI UM Lined So You Can Wear Them Now and the Year Round! Specially Priced at ]nst $/.095 ; 49 New! Smart! Different! Two exquisite styles, both full-length, in fine quality lOO/" virgin wool fleece . . . one a smart single button rolled collar version with raglan sleeve; the other a superb four button fashion with pointed Barrymore collar, roll-back cuffs, set-in sleeves and slit pockets. Both extremely flattering. Sizes 10 to 16. CHOICE COLORS · Nude · Heaven Blue · Dawn Pink- · Sun Gold 5 will reserve your v $ coat in our layaway or charge it! Quilted 'Cotton Circle Skirts $098 Priced At. Only '8 They hold high promise of being the most fashionable arid ' therefore the most-in- dernand skirt for spring and summer. Swishing full-circles in washable quilted cotton. Lush colors red, green, black, yellow. Sizes 9 to 15. ' SPORTSWEAR - S T R E E T FLOOR Pin-Money- Cottons In Sanforized SEERSUCKER and CHAMBRAY LEFT/-"The Action-aire" Two Spectacular Value Groups! $^50 $398 re»*\ '·· ^a«M\w-.\ WiiSK\ RIGHT-"A Clothesline Cotton'.' W Both In Sizes 12 lo 20 and 16tt to 26% You'll find them to be two amazing buys! They have everything that much costlier cottons have -- styling, quality, workmanship and fit. Exactly as illustrated. Lovely colors brown, red; grey, blue, green, rose, lilac. Buy several of each! MAIL ORDER COUPON tut C«H» O»l» J c* o i Ottfl O I far poll.|, £QJ Q | i

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