Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 6
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February 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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1 · · · . · · j--4MMrW*ISTAMCAMAt TUNIS,teyelMvfllt, ArkeMe*. Thwr^oy, hbruary 21, If S3 ·- 'rout Fishing S! u I Streams Stocked In Preparation For Popular Sport Joplin, Mo.- (Speri.il)- Spring ·rrivcs this weekend for the fish- -rmaif because the iirsl ray* of ic sun Saturday morning will erald the opening of the trout shlng sonsnn in the famed Soulh- iest Missouri section of the Ozark Inygrounris.. "When those first weals rays of , ,ie eariy-mornlnp sun pierces the azy. morning atmosphere around : ioarlcft Diver slate park north of - : ;assvllle In Barry County and long the winding banks nf Indian ;rpek in Newton, ad MclJonald Counties, the beurtlest of all anglers -- trout fishermen -- will whip lh! Icy waters with their favorite flies. Both ntrcams have been liberally slocked this week in preparation for the March 1 opening. Choice hftlchcry-niised brown and rainbow trout will join those that have wintered in the clear Oznrk streams. Always one of the more popular species of. the fishing paradise that is the Ozark Playgrounds, the trout have been Increasing in popularity by leaps and bounds in recent years, in fact, lag sales In the state parks (ririnu Is needed in special management streams like I n d i a n Creek) have increased 183 per rent since 1!I45. The trend is expected to continue this year. So famous hn.'i the trout fishing tif the Missouri Playgrounds become that lor years large numbers of fishermen have come as much as cuvernl hundred miles Id be on ham! for opening day. The Missouri Conservation Commission reports that many improvements have been made dtir- irK the winter months to improve the fishing In the stale parks, Visiting -fishermen arc .also reminded by the Ourk Playgrounds Association (hat the lake fishing is very gond now in the Arkansas and Oklahoma Playgrounds as well as in Missouri, Give Him Faith In Young Set Hnrlnn, Ky. -(/!')- Kire Hanger William Music has-a lot of confidence in the youngsters of Mar- Ian County. I In was called to put out a grass fire at nearby Coxton. where a Maze had spread out of control, Hut when .he arrived Mil!, 1 '*: forbid several volunteer firefighters luid dug an earthen ring around tlie spreading fire, which burned itself out at the edge of the ring. When Ihe fire ranger returned to bis truck, he found tills note on a slip of paper under the windshield wiper: "Too l;it-'. Troop Hi, Boy Scouts of America. 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Milflcnt «f ptrmaninli blaring th* Nufrl- Tonlc frodVfnarfc hov* bttn glvtn In bioufy i«f*ni, prtrcrf ro 170. i Way To Settle Debts Sought By 30 Nations Conference Opens In London For Study Of Problems ^ 30 nations bcjjin an attempt hci Lotlny to f.orl out West Germany's old nml new debts and seek a practical settlement. · Jt is n complex probicYn. Soim of the debts date back to the days after World War 1. others rcpr sent money pumped intc V/estc Germany after World War II by the United Slntcs, Britain an ' Franc.: to lessen, the hardships o a defeated people. If the conference succeeds, tlie Bonn iqjublicwil! take a long step forward in regularizing' its economic relations with the. western worid. The conference opens today and may continue'' for six weeks. Amoni; other things it will have to determine the exact size of the debt, both public and private. In addition to the Bin -Three wcstei.i (ju'.vuis, tile main creditor countries are Switzerland, The Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Austria, Norway, Turkcj, Spain and Argentina. Hanging over from the years between the two wars arc debts a.nmmtini! to more than 3 Vi billion dollars.- These are largely owed to private lenders, Their- settlement Is complicated by the loss of, some records and the destruction of many bonds. In addition to the old obligations, the three big western p o w e r s claim these amounts for post- Woilcl War II assistance: United Stales-- $3,200,000,000; Britain-- $5(il!,800,0()Uj France-- $15,700,001). These have priority over the old debts. Wan-en Lee Picrson, U. S. member of a .tripartite debt commission, explained the three countries "tentatively have agreed to reduce the amounts of their claims and to give up priority" provided n ;:yslcm for an overall settlement of till German debts is worked out. Under this proposal the U. S. agreed to accept approximately 5 ',200,000,1100, bearing 2V4 per cent ani.ual interest and payable in 35 iiiinunl insUlllinonls. Britain agreed to cut her figure lo $'120,000,000 and franco If $11,040,000. Both will waive interest ind lal-.c payment over a 20-year )eriod. A commission memorandum said iacrificcs would have to be made by both Germany and those she rives, nnrt "it will be the aim of [he negotiations in the forthcoming 5 5 ' ( -3 VALUES AT GARDENHIRES Friday, Feb. 29 Only once every four years do we have an extra day in February ... In honor of this day we are offering the ladies these wonderful bargains in jewelry, china and silvcrplote. Take advantage of Women's Day and shop Garadcnhires. Amazing values, great prizes. Our Gift to the Lucky Lady Holding Our Number--32-Pc. Set Lovely China Assortment Earrings 79 Pearls, colored slonos, carved mela! In both screw type and for pierced ears. So many to choose from we can't advertise thorn all. Rcq. $1.20. Women's Day Price Lady Admiral Watch Bands Women's Day Special Reg. 5.95 10 K. Gold 32-Pc. Set Cronin China Lovely 32-pc. jot China made by Cronin, the pattern it goy flowers centered In iho plalot and on th* cups and saucers. You'll want this at such a low price. Reg. 12.95. Women's Day Special $095 .ATTEND WORLD DAY OF PRAYER, CENTRAL METHODIST CHUUCH, FEBRUARY 29, 2 lo 3 P. M, Wm. A. Rogers Silverplate Happiness Pattern. Reg. 41.50. Special Women's Day $3250 Register lor Our Other Women's Day Prizes! GARDENHIRES JEWELERS II N. ILOCK If We Don't Have It In Stock, We'll Make It PHONE 131 conference lo achieve agrtemot en what efforts and sacrifices on cither side are deemed necessary ·ind on their extent." Membership In On Increase / Joplin, Mo.-(Spccial)-A 21 per cent increase in basic memberships in the Ozark Playgrounds Association is revealed in the second, annual edition of the association's Buyers and Shoppers Guide, being mailed this week to members. There also are more advertising, sustaining and associate members lhan ever before in the 32-year history of the tourist promotion agency. At the same time there arc fewer subscribers, firms and individuals, contributing less than the basic membership fee of $15, reflecting a trend in that category toward fuller co-operation in the Playgrounds program. Members are cataloged in alphabetic order, first by states and :hen by towns or communities. Issued for the first time last . For Reservations And Tickets AIR -- STEAMSHIP -- HAIL HOTELS -- TRAVEL AND 'LUGGAGE INSURANCE AMERICAN TRAVELERS CHEQUES No Service Chargi InitfitiitHt It Conducted Toun KRUGER TRAVEL BUREAU 7H Main rnont 5-7171 LITTLE ROCK, ARKAN1AI year, the Guide proved popular with association members. New J952 member decaJj are being mailed out with the Guides. The paintings in the Prado Museum in Madrid were, removed and hidden during the Spanish Civil War of 1936-30. Hotel Arkansas New Name For The Harris Rogers -(Special)- The Harris Hotei in Rogers, recogni/eci by the slogan "The Palace of thi Oznrks," hnv.e a new name after this month. It will be called Uic.Hotel Arkan-. The hotel wat tonstructcd frt 102!; and for six years was called the Lane Hotel.' In the spring ot 1F3, Earl-A. Harris acquired thq property and changed the nams to the Harris Hotel. Advertine In law TIMES--It part. Attend World Day of Prayer Tomorrow, Central Methodist Church, 2 to 3 'P.M. BASEMENT STORE 500 Pairs Women's Dress Shoes. High and Low Heels. A Large Assortment of Styles and Patterns $ 2 95 Values to $5.95 Pair $400.00 in Prizes Our Stort will give a Merchandise Certificate good for $15.00 in Merchandise. MERCHANTS TREASURE HUNT One Lot Women's Purses Values to $3.95 -- Special Atter\d World Day of Prayer, First Methodist Church, 2 to 3 p.m. every day is ladies day for lovely ladies of all age groups . . . styles for any occasion sportswear casual '. . . or extreme dress for that special day, accessorie's to complete your costume . . . almost any need to keep you in the height of fashion Matilda's offers you. Every style i» carefully chosen to compliment our patrons . . . and every »tyle is the best in the world of designing fashions for lovely ladies. for the women . . . Mme. Renauld Francis Dexter Cirilo Marlene SIZES: 10 -20 WHEN YOU SEE THESE LABELS YOU ARE BUYING AN EXCLUSIVE OURS ALONE for the juniors ... Minx Modes , Virginia Spears Mary Muffett Jo Collins 9 SIZES: 7 - 15 for everyone Claussner Hosiery .Sheer lowliness for any costume Blouses - Belts - Costume Jewelry To compliment any smart style Flowers - Purses Lay Away Or Use Your Charge Account X C L U S I V E S W«it Side Square Oet Your Number At ThV Chamber ot Commerce For Our Prlit I

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