Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 26, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
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The General Dances Gen. Douglas MacArthur dances with Miss Ann Berdon of Natchez, iMiss., who called the, general for a dance after the presentation of th# Confederate tableaux during the visit of the MacArthur's to Natchez. Members of the cast called out the names of those with fVhom they wanted to dance and Miss Beardon called on MacArthur, who graciously obliged. U S.S.K. AND EUftOTEAN SATELLITES: If U S AND WISTERN EUROPE COMIIN ·OPUUTION-431 MIL. STEIL-IM MIL. TONS MIL. TONS STKL-O MIL TONS COAL-420 MIL. TONS U.S.S.K. AND SATELLIT PLUS WtSTKN EUKOK. LATION-J74 MIL. STEEI^IM MIL TONS r-OPUUTION-153 MU MUTUAL SECURITY OUR SECURITY--Upper portion ot Newschart above ihows how much stronger the U. S. and its European.allies are In manpower and vital Heel and coal production than Russia and'its European satellites. Hut If Western Europe fell under Soviet control, th« picture would be radically changed, as shown In'lower porlion of cha.rt. Coal »nd steel flfurei indicate yearly production. This was one cit t h e arguments used by Mutual Security Agency representatives in support ot President Truman 1 * request for $7,800,000,000 for extra foreign aid. __· Name Of Taft Stays On New Jersey Ballof Trenton, N. J.-W-Stale Superior C o u r t ruled today that Senator Taft's name will-remain in the New Jersey April 15 presidential preference primary. Judge Ralph J. Smalley dismissed ' a state suit seeking removal of Taft's, name after 'Attorney General Theodore D. Parsons told the court there was "an overriding public interest" not to remove., Taft announced last *veck he was withdrawing from the New Jersey primary election campaign and later wrote a letter to the secretary, of state formally requesting tfiat his name be taken off the preferential hallot. Carthage Mayor Freed Joplin, Mo.-(/P)-H. Tiffin Teters, mayor of nearby Carthage, was freed of a morals charge yesterday at a preliminary hearing. Magistrate Ted Bethea ruled evidence was not sufficient to bind Teters over for trial in Circuit Court. Sweden with about 24 telephones for every. 100 people is second only to the United Stales in the-number of phones per person. Advertise In the TIMES---It PITS. Today's Market-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, Ill.-(/P)(USDA)-Hogs 12,000; a c t i v e ; weights 180-220 Ibs steady to lower; .top 15 o f f ; 230 ibs up mostly steady; 170 Ibs down mostly 25 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; bulk 180 -230 Ibs full w i d t h ' o f choice grade 27.00-10; latter paid freely by shippers and butcher for weights up to 220 Ibs; 230-250 ibs 15.50-17.00; 250-270 Ibs 16.00-50; 280-350 Ibs 15.50,16.00; 150-170 Ibs 15.00-16.50; 120-140 Ibs 12.7514.50; sows 400 Ibs down . 14.7515.50: heavier sows 13.25-14.25; few 13.00; stags 11.50-15.50; boars 9.50-12.00. Cattle 2,000, calves 600; opening about steady on all classes; shipper interests taking several loads and lots good and choice steers at 28.00-33.50; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 28.0032.00; utility and commercial cows largely 21.00-23.00; most good and choice vcalcrs 30.00-38.00; sorted prime to 40.00; utility and commercial vcalers 30.00-38.00; sorted prime to 40.00; most good and commercial vealers 20.00-28.00. Sheeyp 1,000; trade active and steady to strong.'spots 25 higher; one lot choice and prime wool skins around 100 Ibs 28.25; other good- to prime wooled and fall shorn pells 27.00-28.00; deck choice No. 2 skins 26.25; load shorn lambs and few lots heavy wool- skins still unsold; slaughter ewes steady, mostly 12.00-14.00; culls 9.00-11.00. Advertiie In the TIMES--li naja. Farmer's Market 111 W. Canlar. Phono *14 CAR LOAD PRICES on FEED, SEED, FERTILIZERS and FIELD .FENCING Check Our Garden Seeds and Lawn Grasses Before Buying Accifals Filal To Two Children In Arkansas (B; the AMMUteal Preii) The denth of two children In separate a c c i d e n t f t Tuesday hrousht Arkansas' violent death toll for a two-day period to 10. Four-year-old Hlllle Jean Lockard died in a Little Rock hospital from burns suffered when the book of matches she was playing w i t h ' burst into flames, igniting her clothing. She \vns the daughter of Mr .and Mrs. William Lockard of Little Rock. Another child, three-year-old Hosa Taylor was killed when she was struck by a gravel truck In front of her home at Wilson. Deputy Sheriff J. T. Wlgley said the i driver of the truck, ilim Eslcs of Marie, told him the child ran into | the street from behind a parked car. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Taylor. Marble pliyefl part In building Biblical timci. an Important construction in The Gulf Slream.'» . feet keeps the harbor on f jorrl in Norway open all winuir. F. B C. GRADUATES OBTAIN GOOD POSITIONS Tor 33 years Ihii collegt hif rendared lailifaclor/ iirvtci In both Ihiiructlan and In tht placement of itudtnls in lallifaelorv jobi. Writ« for Information. ENROLL APRIL 1, 1952 F A Y E T T E V I L L E BUSINESS COLLEGE "The School You'll Like" \ Formtr TEC itudtnli, contact ni at onci if you «r« out of ·mploymtnt Mart cilli are received now than wa c«n fill. Who Gives Green Stamps? We Do! McKnhan'i Fabric Cantar U Eall Center J«hnaa)n'e Paint and Wallpaper Una II North Black Si, Hirran Brc*. Drive-In Furniture Store Hwr. 71 North Town f Cnmpui MEN I WEAK Ourk Thtatra Bldg. lonar Iroa. She* StorM Fairway Grocery 411 N. Collage Glann't Dairy (Hquie to haute dellTerjr) Phone IIO-W-4 Oiark Claanen 1D1 North Block It Harlan't Strvln Station Frltndlr Gull Italian 11 North Collage MtRoy.MeNqlr FaraltaTllla Printing Co. loulh Sid. Square Retail Store CASK liln Only Phillip* Motor Co. 120 North College Moora'i Gift Shop II North Block It. Fairway Hardwaje 130 Mill IL Wageontr'e ·akary 101 Waal Cantar It Quaktr Drug litre II Eail Canter IL Boobo'i Jawolon 14 Eatl Ctalat Royal loaury Shop t. Side Square Phone 1SII lo Row HOUM 'of Btauty J 1 2 N . College Phone III AFTER BEING hurled against a prop staircase and Injuring her arm during a too-realistic performance of opera "Carmen" at the Metro- pelican, opera In New York, mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens studies score ·!l her'apartment with h«r arm in a sling. X-ray disclosed bruises but v. fractures of the bones. (International Soundphotaj |jH VAN FLEET 60TH BIRTHDAY REUNION Rtdocm your SH Green Stamps at tht Redemption Confer, 420 North College SHOP EARLY AND SAVE! SAVE!, OPEN AT 9 SHARP MARKINO HIS 60TH birthday, .Gen. James A. Van Fleet, U. 'S. 8th Army tominander, enjoys reunion, with his only son, Air Force Lt. James AJ ViLir Fleet, Jr., in Tokyo. .They hadn't seen each other for 15 months: rhey'ra'ihown on roof of headquarters-building in Seoul, Korea, posing tor TOP atad photpgrapher'Dava Cicero. (International Smmdfhoto) Charter Service We now offer Charter IMS Service to ·ny point within the State of Arkansas at reasonable prices. Northwest Ark. Triniportafion Co.. Inc, Phone 4433, Springdale A HUGE SPECIAL PURCHASE SPORT SHIRTS · Mark Twain Shirts · Fancies and Solids · Long Sleeves · Hand Washable · All Sizes ·New Styles uiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiimm IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIJII,IIIII!IIIIIIIMIIIIUIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIII^ i One Group of f One Group of f I 101 Shirts I 119 Shirts $300 Values to $5 Now Values to $6 Now $400 rillllllllllllllMMnllMIIIIMIIIIH MIIHHHIIHHiniHimiHIIMIIIIIIIIIlmilnimiMHIIIIIIIIMHHIIhlllit Bag as many as you can carry ... for here, without doubt, is the outstanding buy of the century .... a once-in-a-lifetime offer. They're all made of fine fabrics such as nylon, rayon, crepe and many others. They wash easily in soap and water, In long sleeve style* only. Stop in tomorrow and make your choice. See thetn displayed hi our front w'nidow. Sorry · No Refunds · No Exchanges · No Layaways MEN'S SHOP

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