Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 27, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
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AlKMMUw nRHBL IMt h AHewp* To Free 12 Americans WsIWniWn-Wi.-the government bai 'iiscloiedpaymei.l of $100,001) to Communist China lor release of l| American*, "I*" 1 "' w ? om ·till art'prisoners. ,' Thl details were released by the ffasury alter Senator Know- lindf (n-Callf.) said on the Senate jloor'yesterday the administration has permitted private payfrient ot extortion and lilack- BialP to the Reds. ' Elflng Arnold, foreign afcsets nd- Biiniitrntor, said the Treasury ap- proved the payment* after friend* of .the 12 in this country mode urgent request* to do BO and certified tbnl the payment* represented legitimate debt*. The Glate Department -also approved, he added. 'Since this case, Arnold said, a new policy has been adopted that such payment* will not be allowed until the Americans involved arc set free In tion-Communlsl arcai such SIR Hong Kong. KnowUnd, in Mi 'speech, estimated there are between 200 and ,100 Americans still in China. Butter Down Over Meat Prices Steady '' (By The Anoclated I'reis) -. "Retail egg prices. advanced a Utlle' In many store* this week. ! Butter : went down a low ccrits, a · pound.' ' . ' · . .··'·*" ' " - · · ' : Except for «cattered declines In · fryer'snd- broiler chickens,, beef and rib chuck roaits and; a few other ;ltem«,' meat* held a b o u t -.-steady '·:.·'··: '·';;:: '.' ··..' " : ·'- Fresh : pr6duceVaUio'was'gener- ally unchanged, although some : large marketing section* posted .1 slightly higher .prices for best : beam, cabbage., eelery, good' lettuce, pepper*, tomatoes and tan. jerlnes. ·'..·!··* - ·"" . Retail mark-ups on eggs amount- · td to two to four cents a doien and were attributed mostly lo : beavlef milltarv.'buylrig and.ahlp-, : ment delays mulling from storm* ; · in the Mldwast list weekend.'. r ii-i Tt\« .wldcjpread 'reduction* In ^butter prlc«..fefleqt«l continued consumer prices;resistance, ac- ;|«irdliif to wholesaler* In New 'i Fryfhg 'and 'broiling 'chicken* i'j Were hlf h ; on tht lUt of .advertised Mapeclals of many (tores'.for the ; coming weekend. · Turkey* al»o were in heavy sup- pli% Turkey hatcheries reporting lo the government produced nearly 60 per cent more gobblers last rhbntj i than a year earlier, and at the bigirinlng of this month had 30 per cent itfore turkey, egg* In Incubators Utah a'year ago. WkeUaala'PrfcM Dl» Food* to be featured this weekend by major store chains and Independent* Included these moft [requtntli 1 :. chuck, rib and pot roait.'leg and rump of veal, leg of lamb, lamb chops, fresh or smoked pork 'shoulder, ham*, pork loins, round steak, tcveral varieties of (rwh.and frozen fish, cabbage. --'i, lettuce, paical celery, and gJtrut-ftuttl;' . . - -Thf ; Agriculture pepartmcnt'? Utt «t imn-pienutul foods for Uvlftr, buying thla week Included ··bbajte, cottage chene and fish. WhoUtale . food price* dipped thin Week to the aatne average ltV«l!M that of mid-October of lUO, 'according to Dun and Brad- lirtit food index. U Totaling up the wholeaale cost nt a pound each of 31 widely-used podi,'the bu»lne«5 reporting firm found the index at 18.48 thla week compared with $6.54 last week and'.$7.2l a year ago. It had not been lower tlnce It touched $8,41 on July ia,'195Q.. . . ' West fork Mrs. Effic Goorc nnd Mr*. Lena Slrucbing of Spdneditlc, and Mr, and Mrs.' Lon Thomas of West Fork spent .Tuesday" ' with Mr. Thomas' brother, Hoy Goore of Clarksvllle. Claude Rutherford Is a patient at a Faycttcvllle hospital, . ' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ervln of Fay- ettcville were liucsU of C. C. Stockburticr Sunday.. . , Mr. and : Mr*. Deimar Smith of Wichita, i Ran., spent the'weekend with-Mrs. Eva Smith. Dcwcy Underbill ha* purchased the Sally Malone property. Mr.i, Mark Bokcr has returned home after visiting in Kaniaa and Nebraska. .·, : . ;.;'. ' . . · · · ; Mri".'Charles Ray, who has keen 111, is, reported 'Improving. Paul C. Davis of r»yettevllle has moved to the Vic Ream* farm. The first practice meeting for the annual Easter pageant will'be held March 31, Mr. and Mrs, Bill Gentry and Mrs. Marie Gentry of Tulsa, Okla., spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. T. L. McKnlKht, Mrs.. McKnlght cave a birthday dinner for her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Gentry and Mis* Henrietta Mc- Knlght. The West Fork PTA met Thura- day at the acHool gymnasium, J. C. Cantrcll was elected president, with Mrs, R, H. Reed a* vice president, Mr*. /Irene Stewart waa named secretary, and Mrs. Ted Baker treasurer. Mn. T. L. Mc- Knixht . gave a reiume of the article, "Keeping Peace at Home." A motion picture, "Jane Eyre,' wa* shown, and rcfreshmenta were served. Fifth and sixth grade student* presented a muitcal program. . Miss Marllun Noel of Fayctle- ville ha* returned home after visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Maud Noel. , . ,;':.:· . ' FREE AIL THIS WIIK COOK'S AM GIVING CEILING PAPER ·» W«rf|. *r mcf», · r«ll. YOU SAVE UP TO $1.32 ON EVERY ROOM! 21c VALUES Calm NOW 16L 54cVAlUIS $MrfMt-Wlttf1ttt NOW 39 «gf *ROLL 29« VALUES -FKIaf Ci NOW ROll 74c VALUES Smlnt-WitHfiit NOW ^^R c VALUES Ml SuKliit NOW 29 c mil «9c VALUES Suaiiit-WiHriiit NOW 59 £ *gf * ROLL prHlR LOVILY WAUMfMS up to Stf.OO NOU (*W« Reierve the mghl to limit Quontitiai) Va/u«r mT HEAVYWEIGHT 9x12-ft RUGS tmm uioimi REG. $t.95 IACM UNCONOiriOMMir Olv* Iwtfrewf loavfy »o V«l(i ant) Woodwork With COOK'S Non-Yillowing WHITE ENAMEL Quick-Drying Serwbboblf. Ouroble ITAr$WtHII! £ COOK'S PAIN: «*** /« IAST SIM SQUARf-THONI 524 'mmmmmmmm '·'·''"!' f '.*-MH*' '·' ''^'* r ' '"**#·*·!*'?' ' West FMkSMiw Nay For April 4 ' West Fork-(Spedal)-The senior class of West Fork High School will present the annual class play, "Men Are Like Stre't'.tfi,'' April 4, ,Mrs. Blair Hart and a group of Univertity dramatic students aided in selecting the cast. Rehearsals are already under way. In the cast are Christine Canfield, Jim Williams, Cora Lee Clifton, Bonnie Boss, Wand* Waterson, Ncta Hays, A n n a Caudle, Rcglna Fine, Betty Jean Jones, Betty Ann Holden, Betty Lou Hope, Delmar Gates, Dan Hall. Bill Haskell, and Joy Lou English. Rogers Club Eltcti Officers For Year nojcrs - (Special) - The in- nual election of o f f i c e r * of the Roger* Business and Professional Women's club was held At a dinner meeting Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Greta Schneider. Mrs! Mary Bigger waa reclectcd president. Other officer* named were Bonnie Archer, (irst vice president; Mrs. Jcffa Scott, second vice president; Mrs. Greta Schneider, treasurer, and Mrs. Mildred Woodruff, secretary. Mr*. Scott, chairman of the Legislative Committee, spoke. . Flan* were made for the annual state convention to be held in Little Rock, May 2, 3, 4. The Rogers club will «end four delegates. Decrease In Placing Of Chicks In Area ; Hatcheries and dealer* placed 1,230,000 broiler chick* with producer* in the Northwest area during the week ended March 21, according to the Arkansas Crop Reporting Service. Thi* is · decrease of five per cent from the previous week. Of the 'total placement:, 904,000 chicks were hatched In the area and 326,000 came from other itate*. There were also 181,000 chicks shipped out of the area. Eggs set during .the week were up one per cent over the previous week. ·» «rttk law ik» Tim* toil* Mliartin CM*** Pari»-(,P)-Finance tad foreljn ministers from II nation* fathered here today to discuss Western Europe's money and trade problem* in the 'face of mounting rearmament. The first theater in America at Williamsburg, Va., was purchased in 1745 by a group of nubicrlbers and given to the city to be used as a municipal court and city hall. fepufcr "IWW tW in Soft Gray-ifa «i iVoryf No waiting--1» coupons--no money " Mn for these premiums! They're mud? every fain ·quire package of Moiher'i Oats. Take your . choice of this China, Aluminum Ware, "Fire- · King" Cup and Saucer, or Carnival Ware. Yon get Vtttftt/* value! Money can't buy · f ntr quality, More nourishing oatmeal than Mother's Oats. It's the delirious hot, creamy oatmeal your family love*. Get it today! MOTHir* OATS-ei prWvcf W THf QUAKt* OATS COWAHY KIN' es NOT USED TRADE-INS-- NOT SECOND HAND! Only Used As Samples in Displays on Floor! \ Westinghouse Horge-Gibson Deepfreeze Admiral and Others SALE OF FLOOR SAMPLES Lawn Mowers 12" Power Electric 45 0150 vf 7 Foot Refrigerator 149 50 Ohly On* Floor Simplt 8 Fool Refrigerator 179 4S Only On* Floor Sampla 9 Foot Refrigerator 256 45 2 Only Floor Sftmplti 10 Foot Refrigerator 199 45 2 Only Floor Samplta II^Foot 239 45 2 Only Floor SamplH Deepfreeze 239 45 Holds About 500 Ibs. Food Floor Sample Complete Bath Room GUARANTEED NO. 1 QUALITY Heavy Cist Iron Tub Lavatory and Toilet Living Room Suites $69' 5 All kinds and ftylts -- priced as low as Chrome Dinettes In Five and ThrM Pi«c« Sttt I*tn Ckaln AvaUakla All SiMi PANEL DOORS Beautiful Console Model Record Player $ and Radio Only Ont 99 95 BENDIX Automatic Washer 149 45 Only 1 -- Floor Sample Automatic Ironer 129 45 Rag. 125.00 Value EASY Spin-dry Washer 129 45 Akin Lbr.-Hdw.-Furn. WESTVILLE, OKLAHOMA

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