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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 7, 1952
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Showing 'Next Week At fayetteville Theatres HILARIOUS COMEDY, INDIAN SAVAGERY, KOREAN DRAMA AND MYSTERIOUS BAGDAD PROVIDE VARIETY OF SCREEN FARE HMTHWiST AtKANtAi TIMK, F*y.,Mvin«, Arkirnn, Thursday, F.kruory 7, 1*52 Receives Medal Martin Lewis bring horseplay u, ...... .... :it5 of lhc Nilvy in "SAILOR BEWARE at ihn Ozjirk starling Sunday. You'll think "Heaven help the Navy with a crew like this!" Spiced wiih five hit songs in the Martin manner, and the antics or Jerry Lewis make "SAILOR BEWARE" a fun-fest foi" families. "FOHT OSAGE." tlirring tpic of frontier days. A frontier outpost baptized in blood and uunsmokc, that's the story of "Fort Osage." Wilh Rod Cameron cast in the leading rol the t h r i l l i n g early-America drama unfolds with savage fury colorful page from history! On the toughest got there, only th luckiest Rot out alive. "Fort Osagc is a picture t h a t will provid plenty of thrills for the entii family. Increase In Beef Supplies Declared Probable FIXED BAYONETS," slory of u!ii. Inianiry in'koreal Out of the Korean conflict comes the heart-searing slory of those · down-to-earth guys . . . the foot-sloggers, the mud-pushers who broke the back of heart-break hill. Starring Richard Baseharl Michael OShea and Richard H.ylton, "FIXED BAYONETS," bring all the misery, heartaches and stark reality of. the Korean war to the screen It opens Saturday at the Uark. Rich Splendor of Old P«r»ia Reproduced in "THE THIEF OF BAGDAD." Spectacle, at its most brilliant and exotic scenes, of Arabian nights magnificence, are unfolded in lhc Royal Procession sequences in Alexander Korria's Technicolor adventure romance, "The Thief of Bagriarl." which opens at the Uark next Wednesday. Starring Sabu. Conrad Vcidt, J u n e Duprcy. and John Justin, "The Thief of Bagdad" is a re-release of the S2 000,000 breath-taking production t h a t thrilled millions. It is filled n slarnng Jimmy Ellison and Russell Hnyrien. '·pi. Avcry B. Smith, son of Mrs. Cora E. Smith of 207 South Kast Street, has received the Combat vledal fo'r Bravery u n d e r enemy fire from November 27, 1951, to January 1, 1052. Born in Am- irillo, Texas, he came to Arkansas wilh his .parents when he \vas eight, and he was graduated from "'ayettevlllc High School in 1949, vhcre he was a member of the National Thespian' Society. He oined the National Guard in 1948 anri WMI! in Fort Bragg, N. C., with the 142nd Field Artillery roup, when it was tailed into service in September, 1950. He attended radio schools in Cam Gordon, Ra., and Fort Jackson S. C., and a leadership school a Camp Chaffce. He left Fayette ville for Korea last September. It Korea, Avery has been a new reporter for the United Slates am Japan paper. »y SAM DAWSON New York-W)-Mcat caters are promised more of their favorite dish this year--wilh prices perhaps a bit easier on the home bud- yet. And the increase in beef available will be the greatest gain uf any of the meals. But the population is prowing so fast, that both In an out of the meat industry they are wondering If livestock production here can keep up w i t h the number of Americans who will be clamoring for meat--by 1961. say. The.only way to keep mont prices down and consumption levels up is to raise more animals --more even t h a n the record number now in the feedlots, on the farms and ranges. But economists of the N a t i o n a l City Bank of New York say that production costs can be kept down. And they, insist that right now ijot as much meat is bcinc produced as American incomes justify. Cattle herds have b«:n built to around 88,000,000 head, (he American Meat I n s t i t u t e reports. But the bank economists contend t h a t in relation to population the number of cattle is no larger now than in the 1935-39 period when the disposable Income a f t e r taxes per person was $510 as against $1,450 now. Over Ihe last several decades Americans have spent around six per cent of their disposal income for meat. The bankers figure, therefore, t h a t the herds could go to 100.000.000 heafl. and still have a good market, "if the livestock industry can feed that many animals w i t h o u t increasing costs too much." rat Consumption Grown Meat consumption in the United States last year was 22 billion nmmds and should rise by another billion pounds this year, the American Meat I n s t i t u t e figures, because of the larger herds. But If the h u m a n population reaches the expected 180.000,000 mark by I 9 f i l , the institute says it w i l l take 25 billion pounds of mrat to give Americans only «s much me»l per person as they ale last year, when production was off because o( thr hassle over controls. Such n n Increase, the Institute says, depends largely ujxm the availability of feed supplies. Hankers quote speakers at a recent meeting of the American Association Kor t h e Advancement of Science as c l a i m i n s there is enough crassland and abandoned and sub-marginal land In the humid areas cast of the riailt;- States to produce a n o t h e r 20 to 30 billion pounds of beef a year. Ru' any great expansion of meal production will require c o n t i n u i n g high prices of meat as an Incentive, the bankers say. The i n s t i t u t e says some 27.000,000 tons of feed has brrn released d u r i n g the last 30 years by the downward trend in horse numbers, but Increased poultry production took about half of thai Livestock men also got an assist from improved techniques, such ai hybrid «ccd. greater use of commercial feitlh/.'ji and in'irt efficient feed and livestock production. The i n s t i t u t e hopes foi more of the same in the years ahead. Last year, the bankers contend, "If It were not for uiivcrmncnl planning and price-fixing on meat, more meat would hav been available." A» It was. slaughter of c*t- le last year was the smallest In 10 years. Window Mrs. K. A. Hobbs and Mrs. C. \. nicWIc were ro-hostesscf, Tue«- 'ay at a meeting of the HostTM M o u n t a i n Luncheon Club at thr :ome of Mr. Riddle. Eighteen members were present. Mrs. Clyde Chapman and son.i )ick, have returned home a f t e r pending a week with Mrs. C h a p - 1 Lin 1 '!, .son-in-law and d a u g h t e r j it PriiiM City, Okl.i. i Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Innif n f ] Vladisoli. U'is.. announce the b i r t h ! nnis IE the son of Mrs^ Emma Mr. and Mi-. H i l l Muorr h a v e .·cturned home after visiting .rtla'tj. lives In Dallas and Tyler, 'Texiifii Mr. anrt Mrs. ftalph Muir' an'fi ·laughter of Lyons. 'Kan'., wer/f weekend guests of Mrs. Ida 'Multj-j Mrs. J. R. Page ,'entertalneM with a d i n n e r Tuesday night honl/i orlng her son, Paul, on nil birth''! ·lay. Gi'osts were Mrs. LaVad*"' Burns, Miss Mary Lou' Burns;. ''· anrt Ralph f'orjythc. , i j The monthly fellowship 'nupper.j of the Methodist Church wu heir { vVcln-wiay night at 7:30 at th» I '·hiirch. ' . \ Sulphur City Mr. and Mrs. Kennelh Harrii' and noil, Stephen, have been called o .,ti!c.i mini, Kan., by the Heath ·f Mrs. Harris' eramlmother. Mrs: G. IV. Frost is » patient in -ity Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Osborn ·md children, and Mr, and Mrs. ·a.c Frost of DeSots, Kan,, are' v i s i t i n g Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Frost. George Reed is 111 with flu. Mr.-, nirl Mrs. A u s t i n RcorJ and daughter. \V9iida .Sue. are recovering - frnrn the same dicasc. Obituary Mrs. Dtlla S. Whitll. Springckilc -(Special)- Funeral service for Mrs. Delia S. Whittle 35, who died Monday night in hci home near Springdale, was. to be conducted this a f t e r n o o n ' at 2 o'clock in the Callison-Sisco Funeral Home by the Rev. Jody Tobcrts. Burial was to be in the Wilson cemetery. Dingos of Australia arc Ihe nost dog-like of the wild members of the canine family. They ·cscmblc dogs in character and physique but have bushy wolf- ike tails. Enlists Brother hicf Inslrumentman 'Eugene F. illle. Navy recruiter attached to e Fayetleville slation, is shown center) enlisting h i j 'second -olher, Rohcrt G. Lit'tle ( l e f t ) , to the Navy. Robert is a grad- ite of Springdale High School id will lake recrjjit training at in Diego, Calif. Chief Litlle en- sled James Lillle, a n o t h e r , ·other, in October of 1948. HEALING REVIVAL MEETING Beginning Feb. 7 7:30 P.M. Daily Sunday, 2:30 P.M. Bring the blind, the deof, the lam., all sick and afflicted persons . . . s«e them healed by the power of God. | Bible Day Miracles arc | happening Today Thrill to the Wondrous Powers of the Lord!! "Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever." Hebrews 13:8. Evangelist Clint L. McMain COMMERCE, OKLAHOMA A Dynamic Young Preacher -- Mightily An pointed of the Lord to Bring Healing to This Generation. - UARK BOWL 634 WEST DICKSON Local Churches Cooperating - Everyont Is Invited! Good FRESH VEGETABLES ARE CHEAPER! S S £T E E!N MARGARINE, Ib, 19c Fresh Country EGGS In Cartons doz. 35c Gray Shopping Center «P£ OF THE WEEK Mock Chicken Patties 1 Ib. «Tmind»*t| 2 libltip _ orl Mn pnrfc 2 ubUin nam flour ooni hnt ftt «m ol chidtcn I uupoon tilt li tpa.poon ptPI" Vi ctip rallid oar* Vl cup Pll Milk 11 ci.[Inm Mil m*« f iiilr, pepper, rolled «nd milk well. Dip h.indi in water, then ihape meat mixture into 8 pat- tici. Roll puttiei in (lour. Drown ilnw. ly in ikillct on both lidci in hot f«. Mil »oiip and watpr, then pour into ikilln. Coolc very ilowly for 20 minute, or until «oup ii ,li s htly thickened. Serve hot. Mnlcei 4 lervinR*. Von Will firnl, P«t Milk, Cream of Chicken Soup, Ground V*al *r Pork, »«ll«d Oats. PINEAPPLE JUICE No. 2 Can ... 2 for 25c Dulany Frozen ORANGE JUJCE 2 cans 35c National Sauerkraut and Frankfurter Week Swift's Premium Mecfers No. 2 Can Franks ib. ceiio 53 C ' Sauerkraut 2 for 25c Fresh and Lean Ground Beef Ib. 57c BEEF RIBS Excellent flavor for stewing and braising. So economical Ib. 45c * And are they good! Just see for yourself! Fresh Leaf LETTUCE . . bch.29c First sign of Spring Young Tender CELERY · Stalk 5c Cherry Red RADISHES 3 bchs. 14c ONIONS-. . . bch. 5c Real garden Spring onions CARROTS 2 bchs. 15c Luscious yellow with bright green tops New Green Heads CABBAGE . . . IrtSc Mustard Greens -- Yellow Squash u. ceiio 53c Center Cuts Pork Chops Ib53c Juicy -- Tender -- Savory % v Armour Star Picnic HAMS Ib. 37c This Week's Special hi. our Bakery Department SPICE APPLE CAKE with Coffee Burnt Sugar Icing Loaded with spicy, sugary apples. Doesn't it sound luscious? Sells regularly for 69c 59c This Weekend ISKS-i '·VW.VIII.', Mw DbtlMtiv. OTMW for QwWy, C.unwy THANKS A MILLION for the grand support viven to our Cake-Baking Contest and Auction last week. Thanks to you wonderful people, we raised $767.00 for the March of Dimes.

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