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MORTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMIS. tayMwrllfe, ArloMM, Widnmfay, February V, IfSJ---i-i; Brinnan Gives Smash Hit Performance Before Jury Denver-(/P)-T h r e e precedents apparently were shattered v/hen Secretary of. Agriculture Charles Brannan testified this week before a federal grand jury crocking on shortages of government-owned fatm commodities. First of all, he is believed to be the first cabinet member ever to go before a federal Grand Jury. Furthermore, the jury gave him We're Armed for Good Health Among our stocks you ^ill find drugs from all over the. world, gathered* to help you In your fight against illness. Depend on us always for drugs. FREE DELIVERY Call 3010 CONYERS PHARMACY CORNER BLOCK «t DICKSON permission to tell reporters what he said in part, of his testimony. And, near the end ot liis appearance, jury members applauded him, clapping hard er ough for Ihe sound to be heard thvough the thick walls'of the meeting room. The jury is checking on cases in which elevator -and warehouse .iwncrs ,and commodity dealers hcve turned up short in government-owned farm products stored with them. At Washington, D. C., a Justice Department spokesman said that no one in the department recalled a cabinet member ever having appeared before a Grand Jury previously. Reporters were astonished to be called into thc jury room to question Brannan wilh Grand Jury permission after his first app. arance today. Testimony before a Grand Jury ' usually is k e p t secret. Reporters were jerhcci from sleepy waiting in a hallway yesterday by the . sound of clapping in the jury room. Fifteen minutes later, a smiling Brannan came out. U. S. Ally. Charles Vigil said MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Don't Suffer Anolhtr Minute No matter' how many remedies you have tried for itching eczema, psoriasis, infections, athlete's foot or whatdfccr vour skin trouble may be--anything from head to foot--WONDER SALVE and Wonder MeJirated Soap can help yon. 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Get Noxzema today, at any drug or cosmetic counter -- and save money during this Limited Time Offer! the jurors gave Brannan » rising vote of thanks and appliiudcd him [or his; "clarity and explanation of procedures" and for his "willingness to act when there was anything found of importance to the public interest." Finleller Compares Air Forces Of U.S., Russia Ntw York-(/P)-Hov/ does the United Slates Air Force stack up against Russia's? Aii Secretary Thomas K. Finletter, in a speech before the New York Patent Law Association last night, had these comments on the subject: Production--Russia is ahead, but Ihe U. S. is catching up. Fightcrborr.bers -- America is "definitely ahead." Medium and long-range bombers--Tile U. S. is "well ahead in the quality." Light bombers--The two Air fortes are about equal. The · newest Russian bomber, known as "type 31"--Not as gopd a" out B-36 heavy. bomber, but capable of increasing lied capacity 'cr a direct attack on the U. S. Lespedeza Plants For Farmers Available Bicolor lespedeza. plants are available to'farmers who apply to Came.. Warden . Paul Baxter · or County Agent Carl Rose. The plants are furnished by. Ihe Fish and Game Commission. Applications musl be in by March 6, so thai.the plants can be ordered. Prairie Grove The Friday Bridge Club held a covered dish luncheon Friday at the home of Mrs. Robert Bogart, Sr., in observance of her birthday, Three tables of guests were present. One hundred and 53 tickets have been sold .for thc American Legion pancake breakfast. Proceeds will be used to decorate thc Legion Hut. Miss Pat' Brewer, daughter of Mrs. Sam Brewer, was a member of the group of University students attending a meeting of the Arkansas Home Economics Association in Little Rock Friday and Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Pete Bnberts were dinner guests Saturday night of Dr. and Mrs. Green of Stilwell Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lake of Pawhuska, Okla., spent the weekend with Mr. Lake's sister, Mrs. Lincoln Maupin. They left Monday for Florida, where they plan to spend the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fidlef of Oklahoma City, Okla., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fidler and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Conklin and children of El Dorado spent the weekend with Mr. Conklin's mother, Mrs. S. A. Conklin. Mr. and Mrs. Al Myers and daughter of Oklahoma City, Okla., spent Friday with Mrs. Myers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kost of Greasy Valley. They are former Prairie Grove residents. Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Riggall spent last week at Little Rock attending a medical meeting. They returned Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brewer and the Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Biriwell drove to Huntsville Friday to see the Huntsville-Prairie Grove girls basketball game. Frank L. Maupin of Shrevcport, La., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr..and Mrs. L. E. Maupin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fidler, John Krcis and Joe Geigcr spent the weekend at Tulsa, Okla. Pfc. Billy Cales of Forl Sill, Okla., and Billy Wayne Morrison of Barksdale Air Force Base, La., spent the weekend with relatives. W. E. Lark was guest speaker at the Methodist Church of Rheas Mill Sunday. Miss Pat Brewer and Miss .Terry Waddcll, studenls at the University, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brewer, parents of Miss Brewer. TRADE-IN YOUR OLD ALARM CLOCK ·· o (un-unio LET YOUR OLD A L A R M BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT WORLD'S MOST USEFUL RAPIOI Your -aECTRONlC SERVANT ihun Icxlf off ift« you retire. w»ka you to muiic Automiticilly rurnl on livorite progrimi. Sura ir»l iiopl ifpliinct). in-inhei ligh" On inl Off. A |w*crful rkli.iooed C-E RiJio. I d«r«nMle G.E Oocl, n Miomuic Remlrwkr. fa bedroom, kitthen. pint room. Jen or portk 95 , m s*/**t m^Una ii»- ^^ G E N E R A L ® E L E C T R I C LEWIS BROS. Co., Inc. Coats And Ties Required In 112-Degree Temperature In Argentina Restaurants; But Wild Auto Ride Helps Cool Visitor Bowen To Attend Golden Jubilee Convention (This is one of a series Ed»- Y-andevenler is writing aboul his trip through South America.) By ED VANDEVENTEK » Buenos Aires--If I do not seem able lo hold a putter steady when I resume play a t . thc Country Club, it may be charged to a ride I had with a young Frenchman, who took me to world-famed La Cabana for dinner. He had a small French car lots of speed. He would see an opening and dash around to the right; then ,ne would, pass the next ma- crine on the "left, there being no rule here for slaying on your side of the road. ' 1 would close my eyes, nol wishing lo witness the carnage, and was surprised every time 1 discovered that 1 still had my arms and legs intact. The taxis in Chile had to keep heart half the limi in my trroat so the poor Dining did not know whore it belonged. But this Frenchman really gave my nerves thc works. Steaks Delicious Entering La Cabana, where you musl go if you wish to say you have seen Buenos Aires, the first thing of interest Is the charcoal bed on the right with chefs broiling delicious Argentine steaks. Then you pass a long glass case with thc carcasses of beeves hanging for your inspection. Of corse, they are frozen. Clustered around every pillar in the building arc bottles of wine in fiber cases. A long bar on the left has every kind of alcoholic drink you can name. The product ot thc grape predominates. On every table where diners arc seated you see bottles, of wine-some chilled, if that particular wine calls for chilling, and some at room temperature. We ordered T-bonc steaks. They were served two inches thick, with the delcclable meat red inside; tender, juicy and tasteful. We had red wine at room temperature. Roy Wood, enjoying one of those steaks, would wonder where this place had been all his life. Relaxed For Once The next day two members of the public relations group in thc American embassy took me lo lunch. This rcslaurant, far outside the business center, is the only one where a man may relax ^vilhout wearing a coat in this terrific heat. In all other eating and drinking places a man must wear not only a coat but also a tie. Otherwise he will not be served. I went with Dr. William Mallas and his wife, of Newark, N. J., to La Plata, capital of the Province of Buenos Aires--30 miles from the federal city. We left our coals in Ihe aulomobile, for the weather was very hot. We sat at a table and ordered gin drinks, but were told lo get our coats before service would be given. When 1 went one night lo thc casino in Vina del Mar, Chile, wearing a nice sport shirt but no tie, I was forced to buy a tie there bef6rc .lacing admitted to the gambling room. And get this--the temperature one day last week, measured in centigrade, was equivalent to 112 in our fahrenheit. The excessive percentage of humidity here, however, makes it seem hotter than for thc same reading at homo. But still you must wear a tie and a coal. TEST ORDERED-- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE graded because the quarantined milk was destroyed in the presence of health officials. Objection to the alleged destruction of the milk at Glenn's plant, he said, was trial health officials were not present to see that it was carried out. Wholesome Product Glenn had been cooperative and was selling a wholesome product, Honomichl testified, as far as inspections of his plant and products were concerned. But Honomichl stated' that a Grade A rating depends, among other things, on use of milk from only Grade A herds in prepara- You Can't Beat a Medicine That's GOOD! REAL HELP FOB FOLKS WHO CANT SLEEPS Deficiencies of Vitamins Bi,Ba,Niacin and Iron If you toss nnd turn ot night, ore so nervous and can't get to sleep because ot deficiencies of Vitamins B,, B,, Nlacln nnd Iron In your system -- don't rely on products which merely relieve these symptoms. Because If you start taking HADACOL --you can actually relieve a real nnd underlying cause of such troubles due to thece deficiencies. And best of all I Continuous uso of HADACOL not only gives con- I In train niid complete relief, but helps prevent such a dcllclcncy- cnused coulltlon f r o m coming tack. This l» what you mu.il do If - you want real rc- llrf and freedom from nervousness, Insomnia «nd a run-down condition due to such deficiencies You can't bent a medicine that's noon. Ro If you sulTcr this way -buy n bottle of HADACOL nl once -- take It faithfully, dive this won- d e r f u l HADACOlj medicine sr chnncc lo help jjout HADACOL Itfn* MMtltoMt-tftm'i ftrtr **· tlon of Grade A products for sale. He snid the producers of milk used in the Kraft plant nre not required to he tuberculin and banRS tested as are GraoN; A producers. · Ncal confirmed this althousli lie said Kraft "encournRcs" its producers to be so tested. He said Kraft inspects the milk for its purposes and the plant is inspected by the Board of Health. Honomichl salrt Dr. Smallwood removed Glenn'$ A .ratine on recommendations . of Honomichl and Coc after they reported to him on the quarantine i n c i d e n t . The district sanitarian denied a charge made, earlier by thc Glenn plant manager that he ami other health officials "cut some of. Glenn's producers. He said he merely asked them if they intended lo comply with requirements for Grade A producers, and that they said they would rather quit supplying milk than mnkc the expensive adjustments required for A producers. Other witnesses in the afternoon were Lloyd Stout, Veteran's Hospital dietician, and Mrs. Imo- gcne Jlillian, employe of. Ferguson's Caletcria. Today's' Market-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, 111. -(/Pl(USDA)-Hogs 20,500; fairly active; 180 Ibs up 23 to 40 lower than Tuesday's average; 170 Ibs. down ,25 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; bulk choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ibs. 17.25-50; latter lowest lop since May 2, 1950, and paid rather freely f!r choice Nos. 1 and 190-215 Ibs.; packer lop 17.25; most choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 240270 Jbs. 16.25-17.00; 280-330 Ibs. 15.75-16.00; 150-170 Ibs. 15.5017.00; 120-140 Ibs. 13.25-15.00; 100-110 Ibs. 11.75-12.75; sows 400 Ibs. down 15.00-75; heavier sows 13.00-14.75; s t a g s 11.50-13.50; boars 8.50-10.50. Cattle 2,000; calves 500; opening moderately active and strong on calves and butcher yearlings; cows showing irregular improvement under good demand; bulls and vealers steady; few loads high good and choice steers 3.1.0034.25; commercial and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 28.0033.00; utility and commercial cows 21.50-23.50; canners and cutters 17.50-21.50; ulillly and commercial bulls 23.00-26.75; culler bulls 20.00-22.00; bulls rclalivcly scarce; bulk good and choice vealers 33.00-39.00; sorted prime vealers 40.00-41.00; utility and commercial vealers 23.00-31.00. Sheep 1,200; generally steady trade .with Tuesday; two sizable lots choice to mostly prime woolcd lambs 28.00 to shippers; early packer lop 27.50; bulk (rood lo prime wooled lambs, some of which scaling up to 110 Ibs. or above, 26.50-27.50; slaughter ewes unchanged most sales 12.00-14.00; culls 0.00-11.00; occasional aged bucks 11.00. George I.. Bmvcn, manager of J. C. Penney Com finny department store, \v:is lo !i*;ivc here this cvcniiiR to attend Ihls great principle in 1952 and the years ahead." J. C. Penney, founder of the company and its board chairman, will make the koynotu address ai the two-day meeting. The subject Hot Time In Press Trdifj " Munsq'ri, Korca-u.,. rnfc hid one of their hottest brie. ~ of his tnlk xvill be "no If Bettor."; if)f , s in thc j ong Pc-nney conventions w i l l bn held d u r i n g February and Miirch in At- istice talks tonight -- the train caught on fJre. «rn' ; pre- Hie company's 3,000 Penney imimigers, their Golden Jubiice convention being wives and central o f f i c e associates held In ChlciiRn February 28 to . I f i n t i c City, Chicago rind San Fran- i It was thc second time the trr' cisco, with a totni of six c o n v c n - l h a f i burst Into flames in thr-. lions- In the three cities. Mure than | month?, · ; March 1. "This year our 50th nivcrsary of serving the American people." Bmven (rtd.iy, nrc expected to attonel meetings. thc six Sink's Tl!c Name Columbus, G«i. - OT'j - Columbus' Little Rnck-(/P)-A woman wi. 11)5 survivors, including two frea. great-great grandchildren;,-, die near here today. She was'Ml- , Georgia Ann Archer, 93, of En£ land. Ark. She died at the-hon' "and our convention h;i? been built ] "c\v plumbing ms-pei'lor is C. W.! of a daughter, Mrs. J. H. Gately * around that theme. N;ilur«!ly we Sink, arc proud of our past--our com- puny starter! as a snide, tiny storo in 1002 an.4 has grown to bo t h j biggest nf its kind in thc world. "But f r a n k l y we are looking to the f u t u r e , r a t h e r than thc past. We want to continue serving the American people (he best we. know how in the next 50 years--mid that's what we are going to talk about at our convention. "We have b u i l t a great business following a simple principle--the Golden Rule. 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