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May 23, 1952

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ARKANSAS flMK, Foyeflevllle, A/*-r.. ::, nst Going Straight Up Livestock And Poultry Discussions Held At Study Day I About 300 farm men and wom-*- |cn from Northwest Arkansas vis- iltcd the University main agricul- I lural experiment station today to ! take part in a program made up (largely ol livestock and poultry discussions. Although the outdoor lour and stops had to be canceled, the programs in livestock, poultry and ! dairy cattle went on as sched- complete. John William Davit John William Davis, Sr., 55, o f . i33 South Duncan, died yesterday ! in the Veterans Hospital after a , few days' illness. He had lived ; here since 1933, coming here from : California, and had been em-; r f n t l y negotiated contract. Company--Elimination of th* union fhop. Agreement -- Elimination of the union shop, but the jetting up of an "acency ihop" provision «1- Inwinu union members to reeign but to continue paying due*. New workers would have the option at j n i n i n s the union, but would hive to pay dues. wltk ·illlMt «to tlfWrfMoM ployed at the Veterans Hospital j ulnd. During the livestock dis- |/ 01 - 17 years. He was born May Seven (count 'cm) British Royal Air Force Meteor F. R. 9s overcome Stephenson. cussion, visitors learned that nutritionists on the experiment station staff have found evidence of a special factor in condensed fish solubles that greatly improves the rate and efficiency of gain of young pigs. The material has not been identified, Assistant Prof. E. L. SUphenson reported, but it has been determined that it is not the same as aureomycin or vitamin B12. For example, in one experiment, pigs fed a basal ration of screw- pressed cottonseed meal supplemented with lysine and aureomy- cin-vitamin B12 concentrate did not make as good gains as other pigs fed a ration that contained an extract of fish solubles in addition to the lysine and aureomy- cin-vitamin B12 supplements. The condensed fish solubles also significantly increased rale of gain in pigs fed a ration containing soybean oil meal, according to Mr. At the arlificial breeding barn, !3, 1897, at Plains, Kan., the son of Robert and Mary Ann Davis, i He was a veteran of World War 1 j and a member of the American : Legion, and was an elder in the | Central Christian Church. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mnmie Davis; one son, John. Jr., of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Pauline Treece and Mrs. Dorothy Ann Smith, both of Fayelteville; two brothers, .Sam E. Davis of Lackwell, Okla., and Phillip C. Djvis of Topeka, Kan.; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Gaddis of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Belle Gaddis and Mrs. Sarah Penwell, both of Wichila, Kan.; and one granddaughler, Patricia Ann Treece, Funeral service will be conducted at 10:30 a.m., tomorrow a l l the Nelson Funeral Home chapel ! by Evangelist Fred Huckelberry, pastor of the Central Christian Church and Chaplain James Burris. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery. HONK, HONK!--Two Canadian wild geese convoy their six goslings »cross a lake at the Augusta A. Buscll Wildlife Area, near SU Louis. The geese usually nest in Canada, but decided to remain in the States this year. woeu'il u««jt ·I 104 St.Josep Agreement Reached To Settle Telegraph Strike Washington -(fP)- Here, in rap- sule form, is an account of what the union asked, what the company offered and what the two parties finally agreed on in the Western Union negotiations: Work W»tk Union--Reduction In the work week from 48 to 40 hours for those hired on a 48-hour basis before November 1, 1941, with no cut in pay. i Company'--No r-hanpp ! Agreement--A reduction as pro| posed by the union. I Wagei j Union -- An 18 - cent - an - hour I ' across-the-board increase. Company -- Offered nothing at . first, but then agrerd tn wh?t it j called a "common sense" increase j provided the union supported it in I applying for federal authority to increase telegraph tolls. Agreement -- No d o l l a r s - a n d - j cents increase for those hired be- . fore* November 1. 1941, hut a 1 0 - i rent-an-hour-boosl for those hired : after t h a t date, nnd a $22-a-month j hike for those working 3ft hours a j week. The union agreed to help i the company in its bid for a rate i increase. Union Shop Union--Continuation of the union shop provision in the most re- ' · V*rb*n«, PttunUt. icarltt Sig* ind Many Olh«r Flowering Planti · Tomato, P«pp«r and CfV Planli · Summtr Blooming Bulk* tmd Flowtr Mdi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP PhoH 110 11 N. Bleck the pull of gravity as they climb at a 90-dpgrcc anfrle near Lake Timash (background) above the Suez Canal during recent maneuvers | r )OTtors" = c"s"Do'ugi'aVsr'Jr.,""and '' John Spellmon Rel in Egypt. This photo was made from an accompanying Meteor air- Q T s t a j l c u p O f the University ! Springdale-ISpecia staff discussed the artificial breed- man Robertson, URGES LABOR TO HEED PUBLIC ibtrhon ial)-John -Spell- 37, production , . » . miiicu in ctu auiumuuiit: tinjjueui program included sheep feeding n e a r checotah] O kla. He was born and production problems, and beef - Battle performance, both by as- ·sistant professor C. J. Brown; res- ' niratory disease control in broil- Robertson, of Council HUls, Okla. ers and layers, by Dr. John Wads- " - *" "-"- v.-orth; and present trends in breeding for broiler production, by Dr. M. R. McClung. During the afternoon program, Raymond Orr, member ot the Board of Trustees of the University ot Arkansas, was scheduled to describe results of experiments with irrigation conducted at Fort Smith on land formerly considered SPEAKING IN Dearborn, Mich., General of the Army Douglas MacArthur calls on the American worker to make the public interest "the ·rbiter and judge" September 21, 1914, at Myron. H e ; was the son of John Franklin Rob- j ertson and Agnes Helen Biggers i worthless. Obituary Mr*. Ma« Hendrix Slinkord R o g e r s -(Special)- Mrs. Mae Hindrix Slinkard, 54,. former Rogers resident, died Tuesday in a Cassville, Mo., hospital, following an illness of several weeks. - Surviving are six sons, Arna Slinkard of Kingston, Ore., Vollmar Slinkard of Cassville, Don i Slinkard of Pondosa, Ore., Eu- He was n member of the Methodist Church, the Fort Smith Con- sistery, the Sebastion Masonic Lodge No. 706. and the Fort Smith Blue Lodge He was a graduate of Northeast State College at Tahlequah, Okla. He came to Springdale last October. He is survived by his parents; his wife, Laura Etta Hardin Robertson: two daughters, Jo Etta and Joy Hardin; one son, John Spellman, Jr.; three sisters, Mrs W. A. Prewitt, of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. Clayton Branch, Jr., of Tulsa, and Mrs. Everett Gobier. of Broken Bow, Okla.; and three brothers. John Franklin, Jr., of Nelson, Nebr., Shelby S., of Council Hills, Okla., and Edwin, of Council Hills. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p m. in the Callison- Sisco Chapel with the Rev. H. M. Lewis,-pastor of the First Methodist Church in Springdale officiating. Burial will be in Bluff Cemetery. Music will be furnished by Mrs. Shaw, Mrs Brooks and American worKpr lu niur^c ui« ^uu"*- inttitji .» ._.......... u ~. .. -...~ , . ·uuw «.m J U U K , in all disputes. Standing beside him a CouncU- gene Slinkard of Pf wn « R° ck ' oman Lucille H. McCullouRh. In foreground is Henry Ford Hubbard, Kan., Calvin Slmkard of the Navy ion o£ Orville Hubbard, Mayor of Dearborn. (International) the diplomas. Shirley Johnson will play t\vo violin s^los, "Canebrake," and "Souvenir." Benlonville Group Publicizes Horse Show Diplomas Will Be Awarded At Benfonvilie Bentonvillc-(Specinl)- Diplomas, Bcntonvillc-(Special)- The sec- will be awarded to 81 Bentonvilie ; ond good will booster trip te pub- High School seniors at graduation licize the Kiwanis Club's third an- | exercises at 8 o'clock toniqht i" : " ual horio sllow tt ' iu K ° into M ' S - i the high school auditorium. j soun tomorrow. Yesterday the ^ , ... , c.inivan visited Hiwasse, Gravette, I Commencement speaker v:.U bo c Si}(iam g . John C. Stevens dean of students . i i V O U e v i l i e gpringdale, and R o g - j at Abilene Christian College in ^ and Tommy Slinkard of the home; five daughters. Mrs. Glen- icc Shepard of Lee Summit, Mo., Mrs. Berna Jean Hall of Cassville, Mrs. Lavine Conner of Pondosa, and Miss Nancy Slinkard and Miss June Slinkard of the home; three brothers, Jeff Hendrix and Lonnie Hendrix, both of Rogers, and Marshall Hendrix of Topeka, Kan.; one sister, Mrs. Julius Best of Rogers; and 12 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are in- Mrs. Hawkins. Pallbearers will be Larry Dc- weese, Carl Bunch, Joe Steele, Frederick Edmondson. Elvin Dout- chit and James Greathouse. Modern sealing wax ha? shellac, turpentine and vermillion in it but The flukes of the tails of whales are horizontal; those of fishes vertical. Whales, although they breathe air, can stay under water as much as 45 minutes. Abilene, Texas. Stevens is the former pastor of the Church of · Christ here. His topic v. ill be, "For Such a Time as This." Mis. G. C. Tinnin, superintendent of $he Bentonville school will introduce the speaker. The six honor students from this year's graduating class will also spea k. They a re, G1 y nd a liutchens, Sam Rakes, Lillian Hart, Molly Copcland.' L y n n : *"" "' I Brown, and Jimmy Kumpc. ! Forosts arc found more than ] Burks Dudley, president of the ion miles beyond the Arctic Cir- ! board of education will present ^ e. I Henry Coffelt, in charge of the tour, said that the cavalcade will '· assemble on the city square and leave at 10 o'clock tomorrow = morning. Verlis Rose, manager of j t h e Chamber of Commerce will serve ns master of ceremonies. The horse show, sponsored by the Bentonvillo Kiwanis Club, is 'scheduled for May 30 and 31. Its Quality PAINT'/' W« Are the Only Firm in Foyerteville That H«t a Complete Line of STERLING PAINTS JOHNSON PLUMBING HEATING CO, C*r. Spring «n«l School Phone 1060 41 E. CENTER S. PHONE 11 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK SAVE ON MEN'S SHOES Big Reductions on Many Styles lower costi permit us to reduce our price.--pass our saving, on to our customers. Every pair is from our ' regular .lock--all built to Wards high quality standards · for long, comfortable service. All size, from 6 to 11. HERALD SQUARES REDUCED FORMERLY 5.98 Burgundy Medium Tip Oxford .5.50 FORMERLY i.98 Brown Woven. Vamp Lounger. 5.5U GRENADIERS REDUCED FORMERLY 8.95 Burgundy Nylon Meih Oxford. 7.98 FORMERLY 8.50 Brown Dungaree Boot 7.50 FORMERLY 7.98 Burgundy "U" Wing Oxford.. 7.50 FORMERLY 7.50 Brown Lounger O.r5 PINEHURSTS REDUCED FORMERLY 9.95 Cuilom o» French Toe Style.. 8.V5 FOKMHLY 9.9i All Olh«r Dr»», Spwl ilylei. 9.45 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 P.M. PHONE 21 cr cr Sale Ends Saturday Night, 8 P.M. WARDS FAMILY CLOTHING SALE 2.34 (1)2.84 MEN'S TWILL WORK SET 2.49 Shirt 2.34 ZMPantt 2..Q4 («) Sturdy Army-type carded IwrO. Sonforiied, mercerized. Full length tail). In gray, Ian, or bark. (D Matching pantl. Zipper fly front. Heavy boatlail drill packets. Sanforized drill wailtband. Cuffi. REG. 3.98 CASUALS 3.66 Women, iave now on the.e graceful, white leather Co.uah with heel-lo-arch cuihions for walking ease. 4-9, .CHILDREN'S GAY BALLETS 2.68 D a i n t y B a l l e t ) f o r play or dreu-up wear. Faihioned of .upple leathers in vivid or pa.tel colon. 10 to 3. 0 ?.98 FABRIC PLAYSHOES, OXFORDS 2.98 ond 3.98 ® Irown Fabric Oxford, for men. Crepe.wrapped wl«i and cinhioned intole. for eaiy comfort. 6-11. C'i Women'. UgMweighl Fabric Sandal. In blue, with murM-coter vamp. Flexible rubber wlei. Siiei 4-9, REG. 1.98 SUMMER .BLOUSES Now OB/T 1.77 Our tefcctton Inok/d** cod »leevele» »ryte« In em- botMd eottom, »!»ky cotton broadcloth*, gay plaW* ipun rayon.. You'll nnd Peaionl Nouwi, too,.* .heer cotton.. WhMe or pretty portel.. 32-31. Save, 69cEMB086ED COTTON, 33" 62 C r, P«rmontnt »mbon»* d e i i g n . E v t r g l o i * creoi*-riitont (Iniih. Patteli or mfldium tonM for sumrrwr wtar* 79c RAYON BEMBERO. 41" 69 C » Height cf foiWon fe» coolne.i, e o m f o r r , s h e e r .oflne.i. Attractive .ummer pot- t r r m f o r dreneu ACETATE TRICOT PETTICOAT! 84 C You'H And (hit low price hard M b«H*v* wta* ym tee theie lovily trimmed peffkooH. Km In ]··«? acetate--KM lcn«-w*«rlne h*tn*y **e».

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