Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 28, 1952
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Sqtiare,Wave Electricity May Help Fish Avoid fatal Paths Seattle-(/P)-A11 the litllc fish in the job of preserving the r«iion'« ·the smalt white tank jump like ] salmon runs. they were Sicked 'in the tail when Chuck. Vplz,presses a button that High spillways and turbine tunnels which take a toll of oce~an- squirts a jolt of ''square wave" | bound young s*lmon estimated as electricity through the waler. And | higji as 70 per cent in the Colum- they allgo;in the same direction --away from the negative and tor ward the 'positive connections. · This should pVove something to the scientists of the U. S. Fish and · Wildlife Service, and it docs. It provrs positively fascinating. Lit- ji., r'-- i.r-t 1 ' t^"v e.M t^e equipment ready for tests on the rivers f. .. tia'nis."oz the Pacific Northwest. If practical, the use of controlled electrical impulses -to guide fish could be of inestimable value in .BEANS'N Randall Rpberti Morton Corm MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPE b'ia River system could be electrically screened off. Escapement ladders could be electrified to direct the fish to a safe route around the dams--if it works. But Dr. Geral'd B. Collins, research biologist in charge of the experiment, discounts the claim can be "magnetized" with square wnve electricity. The use of electricity in fish screens or to stun. or kill fish is not new, says Dr. Collins. The machine, however, "promises to provide control'we have never had before," he adds. "With it we were able to control the direction and amount of current an'1 t h e frequency and duration of pulses. "The question is: Will It ner- form in rivers where we have to contend with such greater water areas, larger numbers of 'ish and the rate of waler flow?" President Wilson's radio address - the crew-of the U.S.S. George 7ashingt6n on July 4, 1919, was 'ie first attempt to radiocast a J.S. president. ' Used by thousand! In reduclni I dlet»-Junge'5 Roman Meal """J l Bubs and Glenn Say YOU'LL BE SORRY IF YOU MISS THIS SILLY SALE you'd think guys like us dealing in drug store merchandise would have more sense than to L b u y these cats and dogs. So come and 'take^ advantage of us, we're not 'perfect. We don't understand what we were thinking about when we bought some of these orphans. Now we've got to move this j u n k to make room for Mothers Day. So come and carry it away. We have on display a lot of small items that you might even steal, but if you are caught shoplifting the rules are, you pay double. Lipsticks and Rouge All ihadei but yellow We can't keep up.- with · the fashions. We order/one shade and before if comes there's another shade to take its place, were priced a't '50c to 1.00, but we're going to take "a lot less. Two Holert Notebook covers, that is We bought these during World War II. Come and get them for a dime. If you don't we'll still have them after World War III. You know it's a f u n n y tiling about customers. They usually go where they're invited and generally come back if they're treated half way nice. Recent Report Shows Big Advance In Rubber Old hags -- hot water bottles we mean -- make good bed fellows when nights are cold and snows a-blowin'. Special low price -- 89c. Do You Hare Any ' Elephants to Wash? IVc have enough shampoos and soaps to be put under contract to supply a circus for umpteen years. If you can't find a shampoo or soap to suit your' budget, pick one out and we'll give it to you. Nothing like good clean customers. Don't be mislead by the high prices quoted in. this ad. We have m a n y items on display for cheaper than these. Powder -- Fact or Bug We gat K slack of this s t u f f . It's sure nice of you to come and buy this junk. With summer coming on we need the money. Thanks again. Trad* In Fayetttvillt You'd be surprised at all the advantages Fayettevill* merchants offer to shoppers,* and the wide selection of merchandise. It's easyito shop In Fayetteville, too, because the stores are closer together, fie-/ sides you always see your friends. You can ask about the children, who's, getting married, who had a. new baby, who's doin' what to who, and who you can help in time of need. Believe it or not, it's one of the few towns where you can get 5c coffee and a six-bit haircut. Chang* Your Oil Heavy, pure, odorless, tasteless, colorless mineral oil, so cheap you can oil your auto or tractor. Bottle Free. Hove You Combed Your Hair Lately? If you haven't you can do it six different ways, 'cause we can give you six styles of .combs for 23c. Orphans All No shelf room for such junk. Please find shelf room in your home. Special V4 Off. Bu Tee Wave Home Permanent Set, Machineless heat method. Reg. 54.00. Barbara Gould Skin Creams. Keg. $1.00. Solitair Cake Makeup. Reg. 51.00. 3 Pro-phy-lac-tic Tooth Brushes 69c Special Lenel Trifling Dusting Powder and Perfume, $3.25 value. Both for $1.75. Noxema, 85c sizei only 59c plus tax. Pro-phy-lac-tic Hair Brushes. 4 styles, your choice, $1.00. We have a complete line of King's Men Toiletries. The fragrance men always remember and women never forget. Expecting a deductible Item sometime soon? For nil mothers-to-be we have a (ree gilt for your baby. Ask us about It. How any guy In his right mind could accumulate so much Is beyond us. Sneak In and get · couple, 'cause they'll make you Attend World D»y of Prayer, imell puny when you don't Cc t ,,, M , t hodlst Church, ;iave time to InKe a bath. Priced · .is low .» tw« bits. February 29, 2 to 3 p.m. Edittd ly Bubt and Cltnn-AII Errari In Printing ond Spelling Prlnt»r'» Mlitak* RICKETTS DRUG-^i, Friday! Saturday! Save yourself plenty! The women of Penney's take over! DOORS OPEN AT 9 A . M . BE SURE AND REGISTER AT C. OF C. FOR FREE PRIZES! RESULTS OF ELECTION! MRS. FAY SAUNDERS ELECTED MANAGER! MISS GERTRUDE MATTHEWE ELECTED ASSISTANT MANAGER! PENNEY'S OWN FAMOUS NATION-WIDE SHEETS 1.99 *BIG 81"x99" SIZE! *LONG WEARING MUSLIN! *NEW LOW PRICE! SAVE! EXTRA! RAYON SATIN BRASSIERES *A RIDICULOUS LOW PRICE! 50c FEATURE! NYLONETTE PANTIES ^ELASTIC LEG BRIEFS! - 50c pr. WOMEN'S DAY FEATURE! 51 GAUGE-15 DENIER NYLON HOSIERY 67 pr. *FIRST QUALITY! *ALL NEW SPRING SHADES! * HURRY! SIZES 8VVTOm x FLASH! SCOOP! 100 ONLY AUSTELLE FROCKS ^DIRECT FROM FACTORIES! *RAYON BUTCHER WEAVES! ^BEAUTIFUL NEW GINGHAMS! ^JUNIOR MISSES -- HALF SIZES! *COME IN AND TRY THEM ON! SPECIAL PURCHASE! ALL LEATHER HANDBAGS ^BEAUTIFUL NEW STYLES! *ONLY 50 AT THIS PRICE! 2.66 PLUS TAX FLUFFY TERRY! OUTSTANDING VALUE! BIG THIRSTY BATH TOWELS Matching Face Towels Matching Wash Cloths . *NEW DECORATOR COLORS! *FINE CANNON QUALITY! i *BUY BY THE DOZEN! . . 27c 2for27c EXTRA FEATURE! RUFFLE CURTAINS if 64" ACROSS THE PAIRI if 36" IONGI RAYON MARQ.I LOO PR. NATION-WIDE 36" PILLOW TUBING if A BEAUTIFUL QUALITY! * ONLY ISO YARDS! mm /· i *y f YD. BIG ASSORTMENT! RAYON CREPE SLIPS *MOST ALL SIZES! ^BEAUTIFULTRIMS! HURRY!' 1.00 BOYS PERFECT QUALITY BLUE DENIM JEANS 1.00 pr. SANFORIZEDI ^STURDY 8-OZ. DENIM! *SIZES 4 THROUGH 12! *FULL CUT AND ROOMY! ^LIMITED QUANTITY! HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! RAYON KNIT PETTICOATS *LACE TRIMMED! *WHITE OR PASTELS! 50' IMPORTED YARN PLAID THROW RUGS *BIG 24"x45" SIZE! *ALL GOOD COLORS! 1.23 SPECIAL GROUP! RAYON KNIT GOWNS TRIMMED! 32 TO 40! 1.66 SPECIAL PURCHASE! EYELET BATISTE ·A-FULL 36" WIDE! WHITE OR COLORS! ^BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS! 98 EXTRA SPECIAL! CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS ^SANFORIZED! FULL CUT! *SIZES 14/a TO 17! 1.00 I

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