Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 21, 1952 · Page 3
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February 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MfTHWItTAI HAS TMMS, Nourishment Received By Average Italian Said Less In 1951 than Before War Gcneva-yP)-The average Italian*- recelvcs · less , nourishment t h a n the average, inhabitant of any other country' in Western Europe with the possible exception of Spain, according to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. The calory value and fat content of the average Italian diet wa considerably lower in 1951 tha before the Avar, the commissio rejwrted, and the lowest of an Western .European country wit reliable.statistics. Commission of ficials'said.it was "possible" tha the' average Spaniard receive even less nourishment, but Span ish statistics were ."loo faulty t permit a valid comparison." Italy maintained her tradition position as Western Europe's larg est per capita consumer of cereal . because of the intense consumpioi of spaghetti and similar products --but 'the per capita protein con tent of the Italian diet was Jowe thin anywhere else in Western Europe except Germany and Austria.-' The average protein consumption in Italy and Germany was 78 grams per day in 1951, only one gram more than Auslria.ii consumption, the lowest in Western Europe. In both Italy and Germany, protein consumption was r.ore than 6 per cent below the pre-war average. Norway, Switzerland and Denmark had the highest per'capita protein figures with 104 101 and 100 grams respectively, all about 10 per'cent above the pre-war average. The United King- .dbm average of 90 grams was eight per cent higher than pre-war. Meat Consumption Low Italy's per capita meat consumption of 19 kilograms throughout 1951 was five per cent' lower than before -the war and by far the lowest in Western Europe. Denmark held first place with 67 kilograms, followed by France witli 54, and Ireland with 51. The United Kingdom average of 40 was 25 per cent lower than before the war but six per cent above- the 1950 figure. Italy's per capita milk consumption of 50 kilograms in 1951 was *ix per cent higher than in 1950 ·nd 45 per cent above the prewar average, but still remained by far. the lowest in Western Europe. The.next lowest milk consumption was recorded in France with kilograms per inhabitant. Norway with ' 253 kilograms, Sv. ilzerland with 238 and. Sweden with 237 had the highest. The relatively low consumption of the major foodstuffs gave the average Italian's diet the lowest ralpry .count, and fat content in Western Europe with a daily average of 2,440 calories and 55 grams of fats. Ireland held top rank in average calory content with 3,460 in.,'1951. The average inhabitants of 'ftenniark and Switzerland had S.300 . calories .per day last year, of Norway S.lfiO, of Sweden 3,160 ·nd of'the United'Kingdom 3,080. ley, Okla., were married Fcbruar 20 by County Judge Witt Car tcr. E. King Ballard, Tulsa, Okla and Mrs. Mary J. Fu'rlow, Scm inole, Okla., were married Fcbru ary 20 by County Judge Witt Car tcr. . Insurance Firm Names Two New Top Officers Haymond G. Gregory, manage: for Northwest Arkansas of thi American United Life Insurance Company, said today that two high-ranking executive position: caused by retirement of company officers, have been filled at i Board of Directors meeting held a. the company offices^ DeWltt Carter is chairman of the board. Clarence A. Jackson, executive vice president of. the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce, . the new president and J. Howard Alltop has been named secretary They succeed Leslie E. Crouch and William A. Jenkins. Bentonville The GOlh Home Demonstratioi Club in Benton County was or- [anized yesterday in the home o llrs. Edward Wllmoth in the Fall ng Springs Community. The Jcnton County Home Demonstra- ion clubs p'lan to increase their membership by 200 this year. This vould. bring total membership in he county to 1700. Mrs. Don Valker, vice president of the County Council has announced lat she will Hold a meeting of ic club vice presidents, Februar Marriages Cledis Arnold, Ketchurn, Okla., «nd Miss Patsy Ann Rogers, Lang- .1, a t - the Women's building at ic Fair Grounds. Flans for in- ·easing membership will be dis- ussed. One hundred .fifty-six dollars nd 85 cents was raised from .the ale of tickets to the P.T.A. spon- ored talent show at the high chool auditorium Monday night, he money will be applied on a lano already in use in the audi- riujn. Benton County officials attend- ig-thc third-annual conference on hildrcn and youth ill Little Rock esterday were County Health urse Miss Octavia Lowrey, Judge- nd-Mrs. Bill Enflcld; and the Rev. Richard A. Gciger, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church hero. Wesley Dixon and Claude Fitz- hujth opened a welding and repair shop at 108 East A Street this week. Both men are natives of Benton County. Dixon has operated a welding shop in Roswcll, N. M., for a number of years. Filzhugh was formerly employed in-the Stewart Machine shop here. Bruce Williams, manager of the Bentonville Chamber of Commerce, has received a'.series of pictures, from the 'cominandiii; officer of Battery A of the 936th Field Artillery, which includes the Benlonville G u a r d . Williams would appreciate help in identifying the soldiers in the picture since no letter accompanied the photograph. Anyone who can help identify these men should contact Williams at the Chamber of Commerce in the City Mall. Arinmn, flmnfey, NhrMry 91, Htt , Spring Glamour Comes in Mesh Enchanting Blick Nylon Mesh Blick patent trim 90 '12 A beautiful shoe ,at a "pretty little price" JULEP 1 . . . cool as its name in filigree mesh that weaves a Clamorous air of beauty . . . yet you barely feel it on your fett. Th« Glamour You Saw '« VOGUE MADEMOISfUE GIAMOU* comet to you from Good Shoes Properly fitted ONLY TWO MORE DAYS - PRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1 Spring Opening Sale Only Two More Days to Obtain These Special Prices... Buy Your Spring Needs Now at Savings . . . Use Any of Our Convenient Methods of Credit! 100% Pure Woo! Gabardine and Worsted SUITS actual values to $55.00 Friday Thru Sat. Only ; 38 ; Secure your Easter suit now at i'savings. Only 28 left in this .'j marvelous collection. Authentic new fashions from our exclusive ·j makers, each and every one pure worsted gabardine and novelties. Choice colors, navy, ; grey, beige, toast, red, etc. Sizes 10 to 16; 9 to 15. 100% Wool Short Coats Extra Special! Sale! Permanent Organdy Priscnia Curtains 4.98 Values for ONLY $O98 "2. No excuse now for no) prissing up your home this Spring with organdy Prisclllas so low . priced. Permanent organdy construction measuring 80" x 2ft yds. Pleated ruffles 5!i" wide. Wonderful buysl Complete your needs. · home furniihingr---basement Pert New Sleeveless Cotton k ^Vy Blouses * · coats and suits-main floor rear ' Actual Values "to $39.00 $ 24 Wonted: 16 more value-minded women to lake advantage of this exceptional sale. Fashionable new shorter lengths in 100% pure wool fleeces, novelty checks, stripes, plaids, sizes 9 to 15; 10 to 16. Economically Priced! Popular sleeveless classic* In high-count broadcloth. Choose yours in either dark colors, pastels or white. Four attractive ilyles. Sizes 10 to 16. · accessories--main fl'r front Betty Barclay Cotton Dresses Without question the number one brand of junior cotton dresses from ·very standpoint ..... This sale has extraordinary significance. A choice assortment of fashions in gingham, chambray and broadcloth in solids, plaids, checks and stripes. Beautiful colors. Sizes 7 to 15. St)Cc'talLv ' . ·' l\tidllCcd! $ 7. 98 · dresses -- main floor rear Fashionable New Loaf about cr^.i--^ okirt in washable, crease resistant rayon linen $^98 Sale! Crisp! Fresh! New! Cotton House Dresses of exceptional quality · sportswear -- main floor front SPECIAL Flattering f lar£ style with large and interesting pocket. Choice, colors red, green, navy, chartreuse, blue, beige. Sizes 9 to 15. At a Pin-Money Price! Prinls and plaids in a host of desirable styles with or without zipper. Assorted colors. Sizes 12-20; 16-44; 14'/2-24!/ 2 . Buy several! · budget cottons -- basement Extraordinary Values, In Fleece Toppers Priced At Only $ IO. 75 It's hard to conceive of an attractive topper at so low a price as $10.75 . . . but here it is! Youthful roll :ollar, tab pockets. Choose from white, nile qreen, red, rose or aold. Rayon satin linings. Sizes 10-16. · budget coats--basement Wonderful, First Quality Danby 60 Gauge Nyl on Hose with fashionable dark seams \ Actual $1.65 Values! 94 It's true . . . beautiful flrsl quality Danby nylons in shear 60-gauge-U denier construction for only 94c. . Fashionable new dark team versions In lovely slardusl shade. Sizes 8V'j to 11. Buy them by lh» box, · budget hose--basement · i

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