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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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"J NORTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMH, rewKwrHb. ArkeMtm Wedrma'ay, Merck W, H Tiff Disappointed In New Hampshire Results Lubbock, Texas-Wj-Sen. Robert Taft (R-OHlo) said today he was "g little' disappointed" about his showing in the 'New Hampshire presidential preferential primary. "We thought we would do better than that," Taft declared. "Of course, I wasn't too confident. 1 was expecting a horse race." TAFT, TRUMAN-- CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE more than 100 votes each for Eisenhower and MacArthur, along with a smattering for John Foster Dulles, Taft, Stassen, Gov. Earl Warren of .California, Sen. Styles Bridges of. New Hampshire, and Louis P. Schneider, St. 'Louis at- 'torney. Democrats receiving write-in votes included ex-postmaster General James A. Farley, Gov. Adlai Stevenson 'of Illinois, Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois, Vice President Barkley and 1 Senator Russell of Georgia. Hoffman Heard From Some observers considered it significant that Paul Hoffman, former administrator of EGA, was the first to issue a victory state- ment lor .Eisenhower, It came,'it a lime when the'gcrieral was trallr ing Tatt by a few hundred votes. ' There have been recurring reports that Hoffman might be asked to take command of the national Eisenhower organization.' Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts is now national chairman. Taft Ahead For Time For several hours last night, Taft was out in front of Eisenhower, holding a slim pe.roentage lead. His delegates were running strongly, and it appeared that at least four of them might win. Then returns came in from Manchester, the slate's biggest city and a highly industrialized section. Taft carried the city over .Eisenhower by almost 1,000 votes Since Eisenhower's greatest strength was believed to be- concentrated in .the . cities, Taft's chances appeared much stronger) The lead changed hands hour or so later when. Eisenhower carried Concord, the capital, by an even larger margin. He took the lead at that point, and gradually drew away from the Ohioan. Kefauver was out in front of Truman practically from the first. AT "HER COUNTRY'S 1 SERVICE Ty Cobb received $50 a month when he played for Anniston, Ala., at the age of 17 in 1904. STOP VAGUE PAINS, BAD BREATH, HEADACHES, DIGESTIVE DISTURBANCES, DIZZY SPELLS, NERVOUSNESS, WEAKNESS, SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, WEAK SEXUAL POWERS, BAD COMPLEXION RUSH-Sold Out! Also Jju* ot Vitality nnd Energy, Al. wars Tired. File and LlBtlesA, Irritable, Stomach Gas. A General Run-Down Feeling With no Ambition To Work and Play. Stop Suffering NO MATTER HOW LONG VOU HAVE SUFFERED, or nhat drugs yom have pat in your body, you can now hope for MIRACULOUS RELIEF with natural HOPE MINERAL TABLETS. In Just a few days, yon will we results. The black poisonous waste will begin to leave your body and yon will feel a won- drons change. 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Use it and if you are not wonderfully satisfied, we will gladly refund your money. TRICE J1.50 PHONE 717 CAST SIDE SQUARE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS More) than a million and a half members of the Girl^kout organization are celebrating their. 40th anniversary during-1952. Founded March 12, 1913 in Savannah, Ga., by Juliette Low, Girl Scouting; today exists in every state, territory, and U.S.A. possession. Slogan for the Anniversary Year is "Girl Scouts--A Grow-' ing Force for Freedom." Projects include enlisting;'services of' 80,000 adult volunteer leaders and 500 qualified professional workers so that the thousands o girls who are asking for membership may join this fast growing youth movement, ' Troop Reports Featured During Girl Scout Week This week in · tribute to . the founding of Girl Scouting 40 years ago, the TIMES will publish reports of the troops in Fayettevllle on their activities 1 during the 'past year. Today reports' from Troop 45 of Jefferson School and Troop of Lincoln School are featured. Eleven Brownie .Girl Scouts from the third grade of Leverelt School visited the University museum, Friday afternoon, March 7, under the guidance of leaders, Mrs. Edward Smith and Mrs. Ray Ritchie. The Brownies from Troop 35 marveled at the collection of Civil" War relics, both uniforms and firearms. The excellent exhibit of stuffed animals, semiprecious tones, 'Indian lore, fish and many other exhibits so thrilled the youngsters that it took the services of an attendant to round-up the wide-eyed girls, in order to get them home before dark. Now the routine weekly meetings will seem dull until the arrival of next month's scheduled second visit to the museum. . Janice Arterburn, Secretary. Girl Scout Troop 44 of Jcffer- ;on Junior High School has just finished a course in making cor- sagcse of nylon hose. Some had green, leaves and others. had different colored ribbons for. the background of flowers Instructor of the course was Mrs.'W. F. Bell. ·There was a wiener roast Saturday night at the home of Mr. ind Mrs. H. B. Greenwood, as- isted by Mrs. P. D. Pecvy. Each girl invited a guest and there were 20 girls present. After tbe wiener roast, games were played. Last WCCK,. orders were taken Tor .Girl Scout cookies and these will be.delivered this week. The next project will be leathercraft Scout Troop 44. .Troop 40 is a new Girl Scout Iroop, organized .in November at Jeverett School. The original ncmbers were Catherine Carstar- »hen. Emma Jean- Costoni Ann .lawkins, Ruth Alice Maddy, Judy McNeal, D'e Lorna' Dale Peterson, Sandra Selser and Betty, Swan. These have finished their/Tenderfoot requirements and almost :ompleted requirements for Sec-' md Class. I n . connection with this work Ihey have planned, and given a party, making 'the refreshments Who Gives Green Stamps?? We Do! Fairway Grocery 416 N. Coll.g. Glenn's Dairy (House lo hous« dtlivtry) Phone 6SO-W-4 Oiark Cleaners 101 North Block St. Norton's Service Station Friendly Gulf Station 11 North Colltat McRoy-McNair FiytlUvlllt Printing Co. Seulh Side Square Rtlill Store CASH Salts Only McKeehan's Fabric Center II East Center Johnson's Paint end Wallpaper Store IS North Block SI. Hilton Bros. Dtirt-in Furniture Store Hwy. 71 North Town t Campus MEN'S WEAR Ourk Thtitrt Bldg. loner Bros. Shoe Stores Phillip! Motor Co. 620 North Collegt Moore'f Gift Shop 25 North Block St. Fairway Hardware 230 Mill SI, Waggoner's Bakery 101 Weil Ctnl.r St. Quaker Drug Store JZ Eait Center St. Btcbe's Jewelers M Enl Ctnl.r Royal Beauty Shop S. Bide Squire Phont ISSS l,a Rose House of Beauty 112 N. ColUgi Phont 199 Rtdtcm your SH Gr«tn Stamps at the Redemption Canttr, 420 North ColUgt themselves, and a skating party. At the present the troop is working on campcraft and 'recently spent a night, at the Scout.Little House. Troop leader, Mrs. B. M. Hankins. Troop 30 has spent this year finishing our "tasters" to earn Second Class Rank and are now working on the Community Badge. In working for our Community Badge, we. have visited many interesting-places and learned many things . about our community. Some of these are: the Northwest Arkansas Times, the Fulbrighl Industries (furniture making), the Fine Arts Building, old Civil War homes, and some of the new contemporary modern homes. We have also delivered used magazines to hospitals, the Court House reading table and the County Home. We think this badge is lots of fun and would recommend it to other troops. Nancy Allen, Scribe. Girls in out' troop are learning to crochet. Some are making hot pads and some are crocheting doll blankets. We have finished ma.k- irrg tea towels and arc giving them to the Girl Scout Little House. ·Jackie Kay Liltell and Jean Howe moved away and we have two new girls. Their names arc Phyllis McFarland and Darlene Caudle. After the cookie sale, v/e will 'work on the Tenderfoot requirements for Girl Scouts. This outlast year ns Brownies. Marcia Joan Hovlnga, Troop 27, Washington School. Mother, Five Children Are Killed In Fire Walker Valley, N. Y.-OT-A woman and five of her rine children were burned to death in a. fire which destroyed their home early today. The father, Harry Polhamus, .and three other children v.-ere taken to a hospital for 'treatment of burns. One child in the family escaped injury. So did a 'farnil.'~of six liv- infi in the other side of the two- family frame house. Origin of the blaze was not determined. Today's Market- si. Louii Linstock National Stockyards, 11I.-M1- USDA-Hogs 11,600; active, steady to strong with Tuesday's average; bulk choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 180230 Ibs 1Y.50-C5; few loads 17.75: sales above '17.60 mostly choice Nos. 1 a n d ' 2 100-220 Ibs; packer top 17.50; 240-270 Ibs full width of choice grade 16.50-17.35; 280330 Ibs 10.00-25; few to 16.50; 150170 Ibs 16.00-17.50; '120-140 Ibs '3.75-15.50; 100-110 Ibs 12.2513.25; sows 400 ibs down 15.2516.00; heavier sows 13.50-15,00; slass 11.50-13.50; boars 9.00-11.00. Cattle 2,000, calves 400; opening moderately active ?nd fully steady on steers; several loads and lois high good and choice steers 33.2534.00; commercial and good steel's and heifers . 27.00-31.00; cows mostly steady; heavy fat cows under pressure; utility and commercial cows largely 22.00-23.50; can- ncrs and cutters 17.50-21.50; bulls Dnrl vealcrs steady: utilty and commercial bulls 24.00-27.75; cutter bulls 20.00-23.00; limited number prime -sorted vcalejs 40.00; most good and choice vcalers 32.0038.00 utility and commercial veal- ers 26.00-30.00. · Sheep' 800; trade slow; early sales about steady but market not fully established on lambs; load most choice grade mixed wool and fall shorn pelts 26.25; few smaller lots wooled and fall .clips 25.0026.00; merely, good kinds at 25.00; slaughter ewes steady, mostly 12.00-14.00; culls down to'9.00. AoVertiar In tins TIMES--It P»T». PHOTOGRAPHER TRUMAN SHOWS HOW IT'S DONE Kiiy Ilnlrd poses at While llnu.se a* I'reslilnit Truman unnpn 'photo, ll'i a food ihot. PRESIDENT tRUMAN turned the tublcs on Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph photographer Rny Balrd when Biird went to the White House to photograph him. The President took Baird's. picture. Bolrd, 65, up to then had photographed every I'rcslilciU aincu Teddy Roosevelt except Truman',-Now he's added TruniaflV photo to his collection, tic's been a news photographer '16 years. ' {International/ Yes, It's New Bui We Have II As soon as a new drug ii offered by science we try 10 have it for you. For all your prescription filling be sure to call us -- FREE DELIVERY Call 3010 CONYERS PHARMACY CORNER BLOCK it DICKSON Ex-Convict Suspected Of Big Reno Robbery - Mii\vnukcc-(/P)-Andrev/ Hobct:t Young, 46, nn ex-convict, was seized "by FBI Jijicnlij yesterday In connection with the theft of 114 million dollars from the home of a Reno, Nov., millionaire 10 days iij{o. Tlie agents seized Younc after tracing him, they said, through an attractive, dark-haired my.iicry woman who ntlcmptt'tl to pass a $1,000 bill (it a Iteno gambling table. . . ' · A f t e r hours n[ questioning, during which Ynunf; denied InUinj,' part in the February 29 buniiary or nvrn being in Hnno at the time. he was brought before U. J .Corri- mlsEioncr Floyd B. Jenkins. Preliminary hearings on a charge of Interstate transportation of stolen properly w»s r.djourned far a week ptinclini! arrival o[ n warrant from Heha Yourijj'-was held in jail in $50,000 bond; ' Kee. up with th« lime*--real ·he TIMES daily. Iry it-you'U know why it's the BRAND THE D I D S U N N Y B R O O K C O M P A N Y. I O U I S V 1 1 1 E , K 6 N T U C I C Y E H T O P E $ ! HEW m M lutff'i NEWHtlMRNEl emURErOR! ^ NEW HYDRA-MAW SUPER DRIVE! NEW BM HYDRAUM STEERING ! X/.oi», Gmiparc it fixture for feature, f.rt for f«rt,' Tlie "drive" Ii OW«molil« Hyilri-Mnlio Suprf will] any cnr nc»r III rim! 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