Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 22, 1952 · Page 14
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May 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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-NOtTMWBt ARKANSAS TIMIS, FoycttevUlo, Arhamw. Thurtdoy, May 22, 1952 Women Work To Unravel Traffic Snarls Br UOROTfiT ROE (AF H omen's lEdllor) I the ladies. Says he: | "Women have streamlined their It may lake the women 1 to aolve j households to the point where cv- America's No. 1 headache -- the t r a f f i c snarl which day by day is strangling every downtpwn comm u n i t y in Ihe land. Some of the country's top traffic experts are tearing their hail- over the problem-this week at the' central-eastern regional conference of the American Transit Association in Philadelphia. while the gentlemen are sweating it' oul, women's clubs around the country are putting their minds to the matter, working with m u n i c i p a l committees and appealing lo their own millions of members to do their part in untangling the scrambled streets. The General Federation of Women's Clubs is t a c k l i n g the traffic problem at the local level through t h e i r thousands of clubs all over the United States, under the leadership of Mrs. George W. Jaqua of Winchester, Ind., chairman of fie, more power to them." Hecker suggests t h a t if people too, last Chicken averaged higher, after heavy selling Drives week helped ease the supply surplus somewhat, Beef roasts, especially chucks, were'a t r i f l e lower in many areas, and scattered reductions in heavier lamb cuts v.'ere reported. In fresh produce, corn and tomatoes the federation's Safety Committee. I l v c r ' lower generally as shipments in .Teased! were carrots, cauliflower, lettuce, downtown to do the f a m i l v ma*^- °nions, radishes, spinach and such keling. So they are getting behind [seasonally important fruits as local campaigns and contests aim- ! strawberries, watermelons, cher- ed al u n t a n g l i n g the traffic. | ries and limes. Grapefruit was a The New York district Business j ' i t t l e l° w er, most oranges a shade The poultry buyer of a large to bottom of the fryer and broiler may have been reached and that last week's re- below the 1939 average in some cities, won't be or j seen again this spring. The big topic of conversation for still ' !H! r LOOK DEAI?, LOOK AT * THE size OF IT--LOOCAT. t 7 HE BIG MOSfyUiro % - .- . L KILLED --· i FOOT ON IT, ( A'.'D I'm "AKI; ( Ye-u 1 ? PICTURE The girls 'are getting tired of hour trying to find a place every time they TVIE HOSPITAL. OUST CALLED TO SW OFFICER MASON IS ABLE TO TALK NO. NOME OF TWE VOICES SOUNDS PAMILIAR. SPEAK UP. MEN, ONE TIME. ViC WANT TD HEAR XXR VOICES 55, 'THROW THE COVERS OVER [HIM. AUGUSTUS. I'LL OETA X P A N OF WARM WATER nd Professional Women's director the streets of the world's largest city. Mrs. Clark has a si e your car at home n the outskirts and take bus, streetcar, subway or taxi. most food shoppers J hat's what I do." Guy C. Hecker, executive manager of the convening tf-ansit as- OUT OUR WAY VEO -- CLOSE ENOUGH.' GIVE ME THOSE PRUWIKJC. SHEARS--I PREFER IT 'NATCHILLy: J.P?WILLIAM5 HQN» ID MAKE A aeuwAv VEAH. AND SO'S TM« ONE: PRACTICING M PHYSICIftM Y AFTER YEARS' HEDGE IN NEVER.ENGLAND VBETCHEi; BOO1G THAT WA.5 A / WHY'S frU/G' LOOKY / ANYBOOY HERE AT TIC 1 HOOTIN' HOLE IT DUfi! S AT US? ATIB?OH,NO IT'S 9AFE TO 3A.Y, TH' 6UIO I YIPE.' WAS JUST A CA.51IN. i 51TKAY! ICHANSED ~S. WELL, WHO MV MWt)...ftOMlA EVFC IT IS CR*ZYCU55 15 I BETTER DEFINITtLY / PUT I IP 5HOOT1N'... ) AN IRON RIGHT AT US'. J UMBKL-LIA! NO - ^ 7-euiP*- Br-Trr R rot.ir IT. MAH l.l't. I'l'MAl I" F'RIF.ND. AH IS A HAPPILY MARAlCD HAM"- " .. . And wh«n yfcu brok« your «rm betting Ult rut who wu it. helped you wtHi Uw dWm ft? * would use public transportation instead of private cars in downtown areas, a large part of the erylhing can be done with a se- j problem would be licked at once, ries of push-buttons hi 10 minutes j "One bus or streetcar carries flat. 11 they can accomplish the : the number of people that normal- same thing with the nation's t r a f - , ly would occupy 40 private cars, enough to cloe an entire city block," he points out. Fresh Pork And Chicken Prices Up In Some Sections buying potatoes were reported in Of Autos Seems To Be Indicated With Controls Off Sales May Climb, Reports Show (By The Amorlated Press) Fresh pork prices rose sharply I almost every section of the coun- again this week in most markets. Ir.v. The government was pressing i n j u n c t i v e suits against alleged potato price violators in several states. -· Today's Market-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards. By DAVTO .?. WIIMUE [ AP Automotive Editor I Detrnit-f/PjThere are n lot of 1 good automobiles in the used car lots; an increasing number of new cars are coming from the assembly lines; if demand warrants, th«" factories can- further increase output. A l l this spells out the fact t h a t while, some specific makes and models may be in short supply in the new car salesrooms this summer there fsn't likely to be any 111. - ( / P ) - ' r e a l scarcity of motor Also down a bit in most sections i (U : 3DA ' - H °S S 8,500; active;; transposition. vehicle weights 180 Ibs up 15 to 25 high-i There has been considerablt er lhan Wednesday's average; i talk abo'.il a car shortage this sum- some sales over 240 Ibs up 35 o r j mer; it has been in direct contra- more; 170 Ibs down and sows: diction to statements made or steady to 25 higher; b u l k 180-220 i representatives of dealer organ- Ibs mostly chc-ice Nos. 1 and 22.25-60; several hundred ! 22.65; 230-270 Ibs '"» head of izations before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee. Witnesses told the committee] store chain said he believed the : choice K r a d e 21.00-22.00; 120-140 considering the terms of a new Ibs 18.75-20.50; sows 400 Ibs down nalional defense act, that controls 18.25-19.00; heavier sows 17.00-j particularly credit restrictions, 18.25; stags H.00-16.00; boars 13.- made it impossible for dealers trt 00.15.00. | sell all the' cars available. The restrictions on installment buying of automobiles since have been lifted by the Federal Reserve Cattle 1,000, calves 700; opening slows; few choice steers and mixed butcher yearlings steady at ( n e j 33.50-34.25; commercial and good Boarc *nation wide potato shortage. Black '"Is 27.50-31.00; cows draggy un- New car marketing and tie-in sales forcing ' d e r unevenly lower bids; very Ill- buyers to purchase higher priced i tld done; bulls unchanged; utility sales have been moving upward, but not in the volume that suggests a mid-summer shortage. Seasonal influences coupled with the liftinf of Installment buying restrictions should give a substantial boost to sales volume in th« second quarter, utility and commercial 23.00-30.00.i Registrations Down Sheep 200; early undertone! However, it is worthy of note weak; load utility and good old j that in this year's Janua'ry-March crop No. 2 skins 24.00. which about; Quarter new car registrations i and commercial 24.00-26.75; veal- IL ers steady but deeper sorting resulting in slow trade on utility to By J. R. Williams R° od kinri : «° od a n d choice largely 31.00-36.00; sorted prime to 38.00~; steady for day, q u a l i t y considered; scattered sales cull to good shorn slaughter ewes steady al 7.00-12.00; old head good woolcd ewes up to 14.00. Sentenced To Death Nuernberg, Germany -(^Pl- Pvt. John F. Vigneault, 19, an American soldier, was sentenced to d e a t h loday for murdering two Germans and stealing their car. When people die of Asiatic cholera, Iheir bodies may remain warm a long time, and the temperature may even rise after death. THURSDAY CVININO 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tim* 6:30 Newi 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air throughout the United States numbered only 919,711. That wa* tl.e lowest first quarter total since 1949. But it is also worthy of note that the factories built only 980.689 cars in (his year's first, three months and that 54,087 of these were shipped to foreign markets. The figures are important in any attempt to keep the auto industry picture in proper perspective. A goodly n u m b e r of new cars were carried over from last year and at the end of the first quarter stocks in dealers' hands, in warehouses and in transit from the factory numbered about 286,000 units. On The Radio New York: Tonight: NBC--7 Father Knows B e s t ' 7:30 Night Beat Drama; 8 Dragnet. CBS- 7 FBI in Peace and War; 7:.10 James Hilton; 8 Mr. Chameleon Mystry. ABC--7 Marlene Dietrich; 7:30 Defense Attorney; 8 Ted Mack. MBS--7 Modern Casanova; 7:30 Hardy Family; 8:05 Rod and Gun Club. 8:0(1 Bill Henry 8:05 Rod and Gun Club of Air 8:30 Reporters. R o u n d u p 9:00 News 9:05 Modern Casanova 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News 111:15 Matter Party 10:30 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off FRIDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine «:30 Market! and weather 8:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk . Time 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapere 7:30 Ota:co News 7:-l5 Koffee Kup Kapers Vote Count Not Just What It. First Appeared Berkeley. Calif.-(fl) - The presumed president of the student body at the University of Califor- I nia is attending a conference at University of Washington today-but it develops he's only an almost president. A recount of the j votes showed the apparent winner, Dick Holler, actually lost to Richard Parker by 38 totes. Jubilant Parker supporters said they would put him on a Seattle^ bound plane to oust Holler. Gloomy Holler backers hollered for a recount of the recount. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D AD5 8:00 Robert Hnrleigh Newi 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns ~^ \ I.Er.AI. NOTICES 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands '.1:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News ·! Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 Indies Fair " 1:25 Afternoon Varieties U«I«I N»:kt--NMi« T» ... Scaled bids will he received by th» liniversity of Arkansas, in the offir« of .1. F. Pomfret. purchasing asent. ! tmiversity Hall, Room Ml, University | of Arkansas. Faj-etteville, Arkansas. j until 1:30 p. m. Central Standard Time. June 2. 1952. on vehicles AS I specified in this notice, at. which time I Ihey will be publicly opened and read. . l only two door sedan, standard i model, with healer, and all standard j accessories, dark color. 1 only truck, ^ ton. flat bed. no stakes. Trade in the followlnf cars: Csr 32-B, 1948 Chevrolet, 2 door secian. Truck 21-B, Ford, J97 model. 1 Ion, Hal bed. These cars will be available for inspection from s:00 a. m. to 4:00 p m nn Monday, May 26, 1SS2. Price should he FOB Fayeltevillr. Arkansas. We can furnish federal excise tax exemption certificate. Please include specifications for your vehicles with your bid and live' delivery date. The University of Arkansas reserves the rijht to reject any or all bids and to waive formalities. tlNIVF.RSITY OF ARKANSAS fly J. F. Pomfret Purchasing Agent 22-29-c 2:00 Something Old 2:15 Something New 2:30 Something Borrowed 2:45 Something Blue 3:00 Swing Session ,1:30 Tune Piek'n Time 4:00 Tune Tlck'n Tims 4:30 Tun-i PUk'n Tim«j .1:00 The Green Horn* .VM Wild Bill Hick* 5:55 Cecil Brow* WARNINa 0*0111 111 TH. ChMMry C««srt Of WnhlHitun CMiitV, ArkMtM Jack Arncy, Plaintiff J lm " , M Slauchler unit Kslherm. Slauihler. Defendant! Tn» vD «" n ,'«nts James M. Slaixhler ·no. Kjtnerine Slauihler art warned in «rP»«r In this Court within thirty ?J S «1 ..?.""*'" lh « wmplllnl of cause '" lhi """· ·»II«M jr..»n« in« ·»·! ef thu SALI *'* "' M ' y - 1H1 ' ;tehari) R Oreer cn«nc«ry Clert Im » r

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