Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 21, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 21, 1952
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Moose Cow In Denmark Goes for Human Company--She Loves To Be With People Copenhagen-Wi-Denmark h a s a » problem child of a very special problem child of a very special · . - . . _ , _ kind--a moose cow that is teas-' KPfK I fV r(~ir ing everybody by firmly refusing! - - JO ' 7 ' w l Fishing Yarn Championship to behave like the wild and terrible-tempered beast it is supposed to be. The animal, one of the only Iwo moose in this country, was imported from Sweden last fall to console an elderly bull whose bereavement at the death of his London - I/P) - Moscow radio sounded a few loud sneers today at the achievements of capitalist! previous female companion knew i at t h e achievements of capitalist! no end. Christened "Svea," the ' f l s n e r m e n - I" Russia, a broadcast creature, then only a calf, was set : 5aidl everybody fishes better, loose to fend for itself in the Grib I Moscow r adio said a Soviet Forest north of Copenhagen. Svea I w n a l l n S flotilla which returnedj Forest north of Copenhagen. Svea ! w h a l l n S flotilla which . didn't go for the widov.-ed b u l l ' . r seven months in the whose waning years she w a s ' llc nad accnlln ted for "great achievements." "Vnsily Tupikov, for example, killed 372 whales. A hero of So- meant to brighten. She resolutely kept to herself. Then she fell ill and hart to be taken into custody and put under veterinary care. This spring, Svea. now a big fully-grown cow, was «et loose again--and quickly proved herself more perplexing than ever. For one thing, she persists in cialist labor, Afansy Purgin, killed 333 and Georry Ofsyannikov.i 319," Moscow boasted, adding: I "The Norwegian harpooner, Marius Jakobsen. nf 20 years! standing and the best harpooner; the capitalist countries, has For one thing, she persists in ln me TMP«a»" countries, nasj eold-shouldering the bull moose d u r m B one season killed only 1.11 i But that is far from all Svea is I es ' His recorii «' as beaten br poking fun at forestry officials a11 Soviet harpooners." Rogers and know-it-alls. When she was let loose this spring, these gentry issued breathless warning to all not to get near her. "Svea is a ferocious animal," they said. "If you don't look out, her sharp hoofs will make an awl U l meSS Of you." j*-n-u iucauu. illuming near me That -was very exciting, and the Ba Ptist Church when he ran in Danes loved having a really wild front of a car driven by W. M. Ash ' ' aceful for-! o f Cassvillo, was reported serious were all j'"'" ^ '" ... --. -- - ,? ferocious ' ~ ~ *"·-- ··«.. .,,,, U w-,i m.-n : i- than your aunt. Instead of show- I mined, the physician reporter! af-| ing murderous intent toward h u - i t o r "n examination at the Rogers! mans, the animal just lovps them'i Memorial Hospital. Children of The condition of George R. Reynolds, five, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Reynolds, who was injured Tuesday morning near the Car Sales Pick Up; Installment Easing Helps Customer! Still Not Fixing Own Ttrms In Making Pure hales Detroit-(*)-There has been a continued upward swing in new car sales, but how much of the increase is attributed to removal of ertdit restrictieni still is not The industry always ex- f ices higher sales volume at this season of the year with a , sharp leveling; off after mid-July, i Lifting of the credit restrictions ' was widely acclaimed as sure to stimulate new car sales. Undoubtedly ssir.j. of the increased sales volume can be traced to longer peiiod now possible in the installment buying of new and used I cars. However, anybody who ex- peeted to name his own terms with last week's lifting of the restrictions, found out quickly that most retailers still want to do business i on a safe basis. While the fight against Regulation W still was on, most retailers were asking that the 18-months installment payment period be extended to 24 months. Generally, that's about what the average customer is going to get, although no hard and fast rule has been fixed by the finance companies. HOtT-WIST ARKANSAS TIMES, FayttMviDt, Ar* James Roosevelt Soys He Is For Kefauver OUT OUR WAY J - R - Williomi ar C«ATV/ HOW KIKJ I KEEPA'HOSS FROM tEAWOIW' TUKKJ HIS HEAD SO HE WON'T B STEPPIW OJ -TH REINS r 9J 1OU LEARK1IW 1 OT TO GET DUMPEP OFF SO MUCH-HE'S NOT ONLY LEARKJT IT BUT THINKS, *3cJRe T«A1WIW' HIM TO SET BETTER AT IT. , M*y supporting , for Denver (JPi -(/I'i- Jame* : '"allTM vnir son nf the l a l f 3 primary. H i n n o u n r p r i Inrlav he i'. 'd*n! Trum ! would n'it b? a candidate. pr'Tirlr-nt;;,) pr, rn . ii. California's .hi i-namuM UK) win iiTTi£« .Joseph Got to be Good lions is also uncertain. |Tone Wins Divorce The aulo maufacturers a r e ! LOB AngeIes-(/P)-Franchot Tone keeping a very close watch on | won a divorce yesterday from Bar- Iheir prospective markets and it j bars Payton, on testimonv lhat seems like a safe assumption t h a t ' s h e told him, "I went to be free what happens to production ! to move where and when 1 want volume largely will be delermined by what the market researchers report as potential demand. to." mans, tne animal just inves them'i »"''""riai nospitai. L'nuaren of and diligently seeks out their com-! l h p Fir 51 Baptist Church were nt- pany. I tonrline vacation Bible School The Danes are rather sad she ' when Ihc child attenipled lo run »ntr urtiifp are rainpr san she: 11 "-" "iv.- I N I M I a didn't turn out to be the ferocious j a TMss the slreet. beast they hoped for. On the oth- . tr hand, nobody can help liking ; . her--even if she is more of a cow than a moose. CIO Textile Workers ' Join AFL Union , Dick Adcock, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Adcock, has been hon- j orcd for receiving the highest av- ! crago of any boy in the senior | class in Rogers High School, it was i announced this week. Young Ad' MOV Join AFL Un'On l c n c k - who is employed in a local, drug store, will enter the univer-l Boston-W)-A CIO-AFL battle sit . v " pxt 'a" to study pharmacy.! for members was under way today | ^ p a l so received the annual $5 is George Baldanzi, former CIO ' award for boys by the Hogers official who boiled to the AFL, j Chapter U of P. E. O. announced his organization will throw all its resources into a drive Mrs. W. C. Browne, who lives to organize Southern textile work-j on south Highway 71. was taken «rs. ! to Rogers Memorial Hospital Sat- Haldanzl. former vice president'. urday night suffering a broken hip ef the CIO Textile Workers Union,! suffered in a fall at her home. She iwitched to the AFL United Tex- j underwent surgery Monday and tile Workers yesterday and said : "'as reported resting comfortably he hopes to bring 100.000 CIO ' Tuesday. Mrs. Brown's sister who members into the AFL fold. I makes her home here part of the · j year, is confined in a hospital in Florida as the result of a similar credit business. Whether in the final summing up the removal of credit restrictions will sell more cars remains to be seen. i Although there is considerable ! uncertainty regardi?.g m a t e r i a l ? ' for car and truck production the i car makers have what they term I 'fair" steel supplies stored i n : warehouses. But the number of I vehicles they could build has been | limited by the restriction on materials consumption. Many c a r company executives are convinced these restrictions, too, soon will be removed or at least substantiil- ly eased. Whether that will bring a production spurt of major por- rrllt* In the TIMI!S--It naT». Satisfy EAST SIDI SQUAD! IBSKBtf" Hindsville accident. Bishop John Subhan of Bombay, Evangelist A. T,. Leake nf Fay-, India, spoke before a large audi- eiteville will preach at the H i n d s - ' rnce Monday night at Central ville Baptist Church S u n d a y Methodist Church. He spoke on the morning and evening. Mrs. Leake India of today as compared with . vill have charge of the music. i yesterday's political, economic and " ' i educational problems, and told Japan Feels Quake j how India is attempting to make Tokyo-(/P)-An earthquake was adjustments to meet the present felt in Northern Japan early ye?- conditions. He was accompanied teTday. Nn damage was reported. ; !y Mrs. Subhan whom he present- c ' ed to the audience. Oakland and Zion Miss rat Danner. a student at Jacksonville College, Jacksonville, Texas, is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Danner. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rill Hulsinger were Mrs. Hulsinger's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. anct Mrs. Donald Plumlee a n d i daughter of Tulsa. Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plumlee and children of Simnpdale. Carrol Plum-! lee accompanied the Donald Plum- i lee's home. I Miss Jo Anna Houston of| Springdale is spending the week-1 end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Plumlee. I Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Danner I j and daughter. Pat, attended a re-1 I cital hy Mrs. Dannor's niece. Jane' Smith, at the First Baptist Church! of SprinRdale Sunday. Y«» ht Ihljtjft! I.IM Phillips «i Henvy Duly Premium Motor Oil for ten dsys--or up m 1,000 miles. If you aren't satisfied nn tim CMml go to any Phillip! M Dealer and he'll irnnRe for i refill, using any iviilihle oil you want, at tiitr expense! Net; Phillips (M Heavy Duty Pi ium Motor Oil a c t u a l l y i the lubrication recom- mendation] of csr minufscturert for til firi.' It's s new high in t .*l*ri-t*ctiim! 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