Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 27, 1952 · Page 3
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March 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NMTMWBT AKAMAI TNNM. I bM h* Schools to Remain Closed Bald Kribb,-Ark.-W)-Supt, C. C. Hunnicutt tayi Bald Knob ichooln will not reopen during tht present school year due to. the extensive damage incurred by Friday night's tornadoes. Hunnicutt said local churches had offered their facili- ***** MeeMy Them" lot tey I* See You, too, may not be able to bid* that ttred, aerrwi, jittery look each month no natter how nuch "make-up" you uie. Keep TOUT aeavt we dim* ·than" dan-dan't be the OM «irl iM three who ibom the strain from toll-tele stem and enmpi-hu -^that look".' Take Cardui. a epeeial medicine (rated by thouendt of women, (iris to help inure ifainet "nerved* and other aicni of monthly miMry. A littk Cardui each day belpa build utrangtB.ea leMance may be greater each B9onth,iiervouaa«ai and nflFTinf ttm and Itm- Look more natunu-- led and aleep better. Aak your dealer {«· CuduL C A R D U I Month!? Cramp, . Oiangt ol IH» Thtr«'» much «do about Blu« -- A Refreshing new color that's fashion 1 ! choice for Spring. Here's footwear delightfully styled for your Springtime enjoyment._For an extra margin of smartness buy Fashion Craft. Many Stylet From Which to Chooie . · / AeWiud in ·CMAKM aittf SEVENTEEN ics, but school authorities did n°tlB|tU| ffMllM believe it would be possible to · '·IB ,M*»nCJ provide for 1,300 student: in the quarters available. Workers Out At Plant Of General Tire Firm Akron, Oliio-WVLabor disputes hit production.at a second rubber company here today. The General Tire and Rubber Company shut down its factory as some 1,500 mploycs stayed off their jobs in n unauthorized w a l k o u t . A inion-sanctioned strike by J(H) of- ice workers continued to hamper production at the B. F. Goodrich lompany. .«_--.._-- Special Crews Trained Washington-OT-The Navy has tarted training crews for its' robot n'caporis warships, the first two of vhich will be ready about 1954. 12 Crewmen In Southwest Tucson, Ariz.-yD-Twolvo military airmen were killed in two plane crashes In the Southwest yesterday. Eight died in the flaming wreckage of H B-iiU bomber from DaviE-MontliHii Air Force Base hcio. Four perished in the crash of a B-47 stratojct bomber' from Kirtltmd AFB on the edge of Albuquerque, N. M. Both crashes occurred shortly after the planes had taken off. Volcano In Action Manila-Wj-The Philippines' underwater volcano is blowing rocks 3.000 lo 4,000 feel into the air, a Manila Evening News survey party reported today . For Reservations And Tfckets AIR -- STEAMSHIP - RAIL HOTELS -- TRAVEL AND- LUGGAGE INSURANCE AMERICAN TRAVELERS CHEQUES · * No Service Chirg't MltnMmt ft CMMMtM Teen KRUGER TRAVEL BUREAU TM mam mwM t-nn LITTLI DOCK, ARKANSAS RADIONIC HEARING AID et eeV»rt*W fc Mfiomr mooouwi mOYTOWIA* Today's Market- Bant Conduction Devices Artilibl* at Moderate Extra Cost EASY PAYMENTS DIXIE RADIO 421 DICKSON PHONE 1242 St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, 111. -(/P)(USDA)-Hogs 10,500; opened ac- ive, later slow and une weights 180-22U Ibs. opened st ·n 'S higher; advance largely lost; 230 Ibs. up mostly steady; 170 Ibs. down 2,1 to 50 higher; sows strong to 25 higher; bulk- choice 180-230 Ibs. 17.00-25; with 17.10-25 paid 'recly early for choice Nos. 1 and I under 220 Ibs.; few 17.35; later 17.15 down; 240-270 Ibs. full width of choice grade 16.000-85; 280-350 bs. 15.50-16.00; 150-170 Ibs. 15.50"17.00: 120-140 Ibs. 13.25-15.00 100-110 Ibs. 11.75-12.75; sows 400 '"··! down 15.00-75; heavier sows 3.50-14.75; s t a g s 11.50-13.50 boars 9.50-12.00. Cattle 1,250, calves 500; steers 'indings moderately active dcmanc and strong prices; heifers anc nixed yearlings also in good clc- nand; few loads and lots gooc rtnd choice steers and heifers 29.00-34.00; small lot high choice :o prime _ m i x c d yearlings 34 r iO ,n,.. s fi,.iivo pud strong; u t l l i j j and commercial cows largely . J-;.~-.ju, cunncrs and cutters 17.00-21.00; bulls and vealer steady; utility and commercial bulls 23.00-26.00; cutter bull: 19.00-22.00; most good and choice vcalers 30.00-38.00'; a moderate representation of prime sorted vealcrs 40.00; utility and com mcrrial vealcrs 20.00-28.00. Sheep 400; active trade fully steady with Wednesday;; bull 1 good to prime woolcd and fall shorn lambs 27.00-28.00; top 28.00 included lots not strictly sorted at the price; small sprinkling of aged sheep steady; few'slaughter ewes 12.00-14.00; cull ewes O.OQ- 11.00. OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED ... BUY YOUR EASIER GIFTS NOW! charge purchases mdd« now will not appear.un- til your May statement Don-A-Togs Famed Pretty as it ii practical in the city or al home . . . with its rows of white b r a i d , its embroidered anchor, ill stars. Choose yours now in Blue Ribbon Blue or Brown. Sites 10 lo 20. · IN COOL, DURABLE BENGAL CHAMBRAY Same Style in Half-Sizes 14'/ 2 -24'/2 ....... $9.95 · main floor r«or SAILORS in STRAW · millinery -- main floor Easter Parade ot Values In Time For Easter ___ | n Tune With Your Budget SUITS 65.00 59.50 55.00 49.50 $46 oo 89.50 79.50 75.00 $ 58 oo ·All 100% pure wool fabrics in all wanted Spring colors . . . Sizes 10-20, 9-15 . from our top mgkers . . . your favorite labels . . . magnificent suits . . . all from our better collection,, right out of stock! . 4 COATS 45.00 39.50 59.50 55.00 49.50 75.00 69.50 65.00 ·All beautiful, soft 100% wool fabrics in luscious pastels/ high shades, navy and neutrals . . . all lengths from long to shortest . . . from our best makers. Sizes 9-15, 10-2!). DRESSES · All remaining Early Spring Dresses Drastically Reduced for Immediate Clearance. · Large Group Spring Sportswear... Wool Skirts, Sweaters, Separates . . . Greatly Reduced! Books Closed . . . Charges will appear on your May statement.. Wonderful first Quality "jl Gauge Nylon Hose f 00 Regular $1.50 to $1.98 pair Your choice of dark heel or regular self heel. Four lovely Spring ihades to compliment your Spring coitumei. Sizes I'/i to 11. Buy by the boxl · main floor front f ' S Combed Cottons All first quality Choose from fine corded chambrays, printed waffle piques, printed sheers, printed !ay/n, calico prints, printed organdies, striped chambrays, sheer seersuckers, printed primas and plaid ginghams . . . all from famous mills. · basement L I Q U I D C R E M I SHAMPOO A N N U A L H A L F - P R I C E S A L E CeMoini LUSTRIN- il teepi trie IIMITID TIMII jour hiirj then Inm it ntlur»lly (off r«r 10 miniir, .n.t hnvlichin«ly l.». ' iT,J,"b;!f"' w!nu '' lu| '' ll ' r ' aJ ^ · main floor front NITEY NITE JUNIOR rh« cuddly . takt-to-btd doll New Low Easter Price Regular $3.75 Young "parents" thrill lo lt» toft,, waihable tkin, bright eyei, dimpled fingeri «hf enchanting voice. Dressed In , i' J miniature Arctic Nlley Nlte tl*«p»r; Ifehl.M holtf, twMt lo snuggle up to when It's "Tlmt fo'.-MHO/ Wr»." * ·bobyUnd -- b*M«Mf*

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