Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 31, 1952 · Page 16
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January 31, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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,'i MbilTHWtST ARKANSAS tlMIS, f«yttHv!ll«, ArkwMi. Thursday, Jonuory 31, 1952 wllk.tM li««--read Ik* TIMEK tfillr. WHO FIXES RADIOS? f e Been Serving You 20 Yearn SMITH RADIO SHOP . Special Consignment 1 100 Head Good White Face Heifers and Cows To he sold Saturday, Feb.2 ·*rt«r look these over as this is a real opportunity to buy some extra good cattle. HILTON BROS. SALES BARN Highway 71 North SALE EVERY SATURDAY AT 12 NOON Dies After He Is Held Up And Robbed New York-l/Pj-A pslron who came early to buy llckcls (or last night's shuw found Cashier Waller licyer sitlinB alone In Ihc fashionable Paris Theater--bound and gagged. Meyer, v.'hcn the sag was removed, Baspcd: "I've been held Uji. Untie me." Ill/t bands were removed. He striifjKlcrl to his Jcet, then sudden- Ij collapsod and died, police said PLAN TO BUILD SM Our MllirliL Get Our Pricvi. Try Our Striic*. DYKE LUMBER CO. JOI 81. Ch«rlw abuul J250 was missing from the Ihcatcr. An aulstanl medical examiner said Ilcyrr apparently died of a heart attack. What Others Sav EVERYTHING M nUMBINO and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVIUE IRON and METAL CO. OOVfRNMENT AVI. O Z A R K * NOW SHOWING 1:00 3:01 5;lt 7:24 1:32 UARK * NOW SHOWING * JULIA ADAMS IN ' » FINDERS KEEPERS" TOM EWELL SHORT SUBJECTS All A f r * ENDS TONIGHT * PALAlt "JESSE JAMES' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY GETS THE MAIL THROUGH HOSTILE, COUNTRY/ ' -- LATEST MEWS -- CARTOON · CHAPTEB JS -- "FLYIHG DUG MAR Arkansas Hlot;an Arkansas, the Atuminum Slate! /loaders who have kept track of Alcoa's and Reynolds Medals' goings-on in Little Rock, Bauxite and Hot Springs laiely wouldn't he surprised lo sec Arkansas *omc flay wearing a ncv; sobriquet to replace Ihc extremely vajcue "Land of Opportunity" which now adorns our slate automobile license tags. A fascinating story of how closely this metal is lied-in with Arkansas was unfolded in an address al Lillle Rock last Saturday by an ex-governor nf Kentucky. Keen Johnson, vine president of Reynolds, rame all Ihe way from I his home in Louisville to make the speech, A few highlights: Aluminum sold for about S300 a pound about IRRfi. Today, Iho market price IF ID cents. It's the only metal now ·iriccd lower than before World War II. . . . Urgent need for wartime aluminum caused the f?ov- nrnmcnt lo build huge plants in the tost war; today private industry is building them. . . . All existing plants in thn U. S. arc hcinc enlarged. In Arkansas, expansion will cost considerably more than $3n million. Contrary lo popular opinion, aluminum mining-, redrclion and converting arc not confined to a few monopolized by a few concerns. Seventeen different plants ! nrnduce it; the largest turning out i but 17 per rent of the grand total. . . . Potential uses for peacetime aluminum stagger belief. To cite just a few: wire to replace cop- nor. electrical equipment, automo- livn equipment, window framos and scores of other building products, transport alion enuiomcnt, foil and oilier packaging ma- tcrinls. office furniture. (Ynu will note that all the above arc virtually NEW USES. The old ones such as houschoM appliances, cooking utensils and machine parts arc purposely omitted). In wartime, aluminum Is indispensable. In peacetime, its uses nre constantly expanding. Yes. aluminum is on the march--and it will furnish a high type of employment for more and more pen- ole within the borders of our state in the very near future. Pine Bluff Commercial You rtEALLY LIVE rSSSS^SSSfiSSiK'i at an , A ;.afiXrtV6Wt^Z: ::f -- Choose your jeweler before 'loosing jewelry--Rncbe'r. 30-** AFFILIATED NATIONAL HOTIIS ALABAMA HOlfl ADMIUl SIMM!! W HOUl IHOMAi JIFIMSON Iwrnin DIStltCT orcOLUMItA HOHl WASHIHGION Wmkinjto INDIANA HOTEl ClATfOOl LOUI1IANA JUNG HOlt HOHl DES010 NIMASKA HOHl fAitlOH 0 NEW MfXICO MrtltL ClOVIi Clt«l T. JEfFERSON ADMIRAL SEMMES WASHINGTON fAKEt Wdihmpton, D. C. Ddlk.1, T*x. GABARDINE SLIT SAL 7 SUPER COLOSSAL VALUE-PACKED DAYS -FEBRUARY 1 Complete selection of men's superb quality rayon gabardine suits in an enormous variety of colors and sizes. Sport models have contrasting colored trousers. To give you value plus in these days of inflation, the factor is allowing us one week to offer men's better branded suits for only $20.00. Ideal for now, Spring and Summer. Each suit first quality. Come in and see, then you too will agree this is the suit to suit you. SINGLE BREASTED DOUBLE BREASTED Huge Savings Full Season Ahead No Alterations * All First Quality * All Sizes, 34 to 44 * Contrast Trousers SPORT MEN'S SHOP

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