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February 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NMTHWtST ARKANSAS fUMK, Art.Moi, TiMMlcy, Mrvwy 9, W* tinier Well Received Mew York-(/Pj-Gra.ciela Rivera, lht first Puerto Rican singer sign- ail by the Metropolitan Opera, made her debut last night at the Met and scored a triumph in the title role of "Lucia di Lammcr- moor." Miss Rivera received seven curtain calls from a crowd pleased with her pure, clear tones and dramatic ability. · AdvertiM in '.he TIMES--It pays. A MESSAGE To Every FABMFR ID Washington COUNTY The Farm Bureau membership enrollment campaign is now underway. You are invited to join the Farm Bureau *nd become a part ol the Voice for Agriculture. Farm Bureau dues cost only $5.00 a year --less than 10 cents a week. YOU NEED FARM HUREAll FARM BUREAU NEEDS YOU Washington County FARM B U R E A U University Receives Paintings The Esso Standard Oil Company has presented to the University two paintings ol the oil industry by outstanding artists. Standing before one of the paintings--the work of Artist Joe Jones, a former Arkansan --are (left to right) Austin Fitzgerald of Kayettcville, Esso representative; Provflsl Joe E. Covington, acting president of the University; and Prof. David Durst, head of the Department of Art. ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS And The Kitchen. Sink Call on us to solve all your heating and plumbing problems . . . large or small. Depend on us, too, for r e I i able emergency service . . . ready for all urgent needs. I Call 1886 Mo Job Too Big No Job Too Small C and D PLUMBING (0. 231 W. Mountain Today's Market-- St. I*ouis Livestock National Stockyards, Ill.-fff 1 )(USDA)-Hogs 12,500; 180 Ibs. and up 25 t o . 5 0 lower; some hids" off more-an 250 Ibs. up; 170 Ibs. down 50 to 75 lower; sows 25 to 50 lower; 180-210 Ibs. mostly choice No. 1 and 2 but few 3s 18.50-75; few lots of choice No. 1 and 2 weighing 190-210 Ibs. 18.85 early; later mostly 18.05 down; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3s 180-240 Ibs. 17.0050; 150-170 Ibs. 16.50-18.00; 120240 Ibs. 14.25-16.25; 100-10 Ibs. 12.75-M.OO; sows 400 Ibs. down 17.75-16.50; mostly 16.25 down; heavier sows 13.75-15.50; slags 12.00-14.00; boars 10.50-13.00. Cattle 3,500; calves 700; steers in liberal supply; initial sales steady but l i t t l e done; heifers and mixed butcher ycarjings steady; commercial and good 28.00-32.00; cows moderately active and fully steady; utility and commercial 21.00-23.50; cannors and cutters 16.00-21.00; bulls opening steady; utilily and commercial 23.00-27.00; s o m e liigh commercial held above this price; vcalers unchanged; improved quality noted; good and choice 32.00-40.00; sorted prime 41.00-43.00; utility and comincr- cial'21.00-30.00. Sheep 1.100; active, strong trade on lambs anrt' yearlings; mostly !5 to 50 higher than Monday, or 50 to 1.00 higher than Friday; supply mostly fiood to prime woolcd lambs; bulk of which 29.00-50; including deck 108 Ib. la?nbs 29.25 to packers; shippers paid 29.50 for deck lighter weight ambs few extreme heavy Iambs down to 25.00; scattered Kales cull to utility 15.00-23.00; part !oa good to choice shorn Iambs Nos 1 and 'I skins 20.00; load shorn yearlings off same shipmest 24.00 deck good to choice wooied yearlings also 24.00; these also from same owner as 23.75 shipmcnl yesterday; slaughter ewes steady bulk 12.00-14.00. National Parks Rule Out W i l d Animal Feeding Washinglon-(/P)-No longer may visitors to the national parks feed the wild animals. Announcing tins today, Secretary of the Interior Chapman said too many people arc being attacked because of the mistaken belief that animals found in the national parks are tame and can be handled as pets. 'There are instances too numerous to mention where supposedly 'tame' wild animals turned their benefactors," the National Park Service said in recommending the ban to Chapman. "More than one deer raised from a fawn has trampled or gored its owner to death." The regulation prohibits "feeding, touching, teasing or molesting of any bear, deer, moose, buffalo, bison, bighorn mountain sheep, elk or antelope." British Armed Frigate Will Go To Antarctic London-(fl')-Britain ' is sending -he 1.600-ton, well-armed frigate Burghead Bay cruising in the disputed Antarctic territory where Argentine shots fired in the air re- inlsed a British landing party lac! weekend. Informed officials said ihe ship would sail from Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands n a day or two. The firing occurred at an island n Mope Bay. near the northeastern peninsula of Grahamland. Both Britain and Argentina claim crritory there. The Britishers vcre trying to reestablish a survey iasc at Hope Bay. Britain filed a vigorous protest. faster Unit Of Radio System Is Installed Bullet In Head May Be Helpful To Ex-Prisoner Dallas-OT-A pistol slug ovci the right eye may mean a new and entirely different life for Charles Green, 29, Dallas ex-convict. Green 'was shot In the brain Saturday night in a tavern brawl. Doctors said today Jhc bullet performed a lobotomy. It struck the part of the brain t h a t controls the sense of right and wrong. Lohotomy is the operation which frequently changes criminals' personalities to enable them to take their place in society. "It will be several months before we will know what effect the wound has upon Green's character," his doctor said. 'But it looks like he may make it now." Chicago-OT-An anesthetic lank exploded in a hospital operating room yesterday and Deputy Coroner Thomas A. Carter said it caused the death of a Roman Catholic priest who was undergoing surgery. The priest was the Rev. James P. Cummings, 35. He was being operated on for ulcerj at the St. Francis Hospital in suburban Evanston. Attendants said t h e priest inhaled hot smoke and gases which filled the room a f t e r the blast. Cause of the explosion was not known. DISCUSSION OF-- CONTINUKD FROM PACiF. ONK 11 c I til International tension through reduction of armed forces nnd equipment. Alllioiiffh overshadowed by violent charges and countercharges in public speeches, this attempt to try for agreement could prove the most important step taken at thi Assembly. Neither side, however, five » inch on such problem! M the re i unification of Germany, settle mcnt in Korea, the Kalinx o Communist China, or the admit sion o( new members. . . Adrertine ia Ik* TIMES--II ttj THAT SMILE on face of Mrs. Helen Hatley, 56. is her ordinary chcen- ncbo j/lua a bit more. Kor 11 years Bhc helped ft customer nnd hl« w t f « select baked goods In n Chicago flvc-and-dime iitore, where she ti shown at work. Then the customci handed her an envelope, saying. "I want you to have this. You've been so nice to us all these years." Uslde. Jl.OOObond. (International, Km up with the tlmni (he TIMES daily. CHILLI SUPPER Wiggins Memorial Methodist Church THURSDAY, FEB. 7 Serving Begins at 5:30 P.M. Chili 25 Homemade Desserts and Salads 1(K Sponsored by Fellowship Class for Advance fund Madrid, Spain, rises starkly from lie treeless tableland ot Central j Special Purchase and Sale 175 YJs. Vel-Shag and Loom Twist Wide C A R P E T I N G at o price that is below mill price! From one of our best sources, come six colors in carpeting in various lengths at a tremendous savings. The sale price is Ihe price usually asked at. the mill. Some of these pieces, because of lengths, we will not cut bul will sell by the piece only. Others are long enough to cut to suit your requirements. If you ore re-carpeting this is, indeed, an opportunity for you to save. Extra nice, one of America's finest cotton carpeting. 1 piece 12 ft. wide by 8 ft. long VEI.-SHAG carpeting in a beautiful shade of Green. Regular price would be around $7.98 to S8.50. JO'.i square yards in this piece. (Must sell full piece). 1 piece 9 ft. wide by 8W ft. long beautiful LOOM TWIST carpeting in a lovely shade of Green. 8 l / f i square yards in this piece. (Must sell f u l l piece.) 1 piece 12 ft. wide by 22 ft. long VEL-SHAG carpeting in a smart shade of Rose Taupe. 29'.i sq yds OViil cut one 9 ft. by 12 ft. or 12 ft. by 12 ft.) I piece 9 ft. wide by 29 ft. 3 inches long LOOM TWIST carpeting in a smart Beige color. 2f)V.i sq yds. in tht piece. (Will cut 9 ft. by 12 ft. .or 9 fl. by 15 f t . ) 1 piece 9 ft. wide by 24 ft. (i inches lung, LOOM TWIST in a medium shade of Gray. 24'.i square yards. (Will cut i n t o 9 ft. by 12 f l . ) 1 piece If! ft. wide by 42 ft. 4 inches long, VKL SHAG c a r p M i n g In a nice shade of Rote. (Will cut IV length desired.) $2180 ^Sq. yd. Piece $51.60 Piece 35.20 $£80 Piece **s,.,d. 140.80 $£80 Pie " ^Sq.yd. 140.60 $£80 Pie " **s q .yd. 116.80 $£80 · Sq. yd. Will Cut Stocnd Floor · 72 ONLY Salesman Sample DOBBS HATS Samples of Dobbs Spring Styles Selling Regularly at $8.50, $10, $12.50, $15, $20 $500 $750 $1000 Dobbs and Crafut-Knopp salesman samples from their spring line . . . not soiled or "mussed." Sizes are 7, 7!/8,7'/4 and 7 3 /s. Perhaps one or two sizes . A wide variety of colors, brim widths and styles. On sale at savings of at least 40 to 65 percent. SPECIAL PURCHASE $1.50 and $2 Ties Special purchace of ties from Arrow to which we have added some · tyles from stock-none of which were mado la sell for lew thon 51.50 and lots of them for $2.00. Sparkling now tics for only $1.00 MvM/ Arlmiiti' trtilttt C^tttmut $ttr» Men's Stor«

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