Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 23, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 23, 1952
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t--NO«THWBT A'KANSAS TIMK. tovMMvNk, Mdpy, May 13, 1957 Today's Market- Louii Livnlock Nallonal Stockvards, III.-(/Pi- (USDAl-Hngs I4,nn0; slow; b a r rows and gilts SO to 75 lower t h a n Thursday's average; Inter sales largely at f u l l decline; clearance incomplete; sows 25 to mostly 50 lower; bulk choice Nos. I. 2 and 3 180-230 Ihs. 21.50-22.00; top 22.00 paid fairly.freely early mostly for choice Nos. 1 and 2 under 220 Ibs.; few later sales 21.65 down; 240270 Ibs. f u l l width of choice grade 20.50-21.75; 280-325 Ihs. largely odd lots 19.00-20.00; 150-170 Ibs. 20.25-21.50; 120-140 Ibs. 18.00-19.75; sows 400 Ibs. 13.00-50; heavier sows 16.75-17.75; stags I4.00-lfi.00; boars 13.00-15.00. Cattle 600, calves 500; prices about steady; very few steers and heifers offered; odd lots commercial to choice 27.00-33.00; utility and commercial cows largely 22.5025.50; canners and cutters 1G50- 22.00; hulls steady; u t i l i t y and commercial 24.00-20.75; c u t t e r bulls 2I.HO-22.00; vealcrs steady to 1.00 lower; the decline on utility to good; good and choice vealers 30.00-36.00; sorted prime 38.00; utility and commercial vealers 22.00-29.00. Sheep 400: early undertone bearish on clipped Iambs; few sales spring Iambs choice but nnt prime 28.00; scattered sales cull to good shorn slaughter ewes steady at 7.00-12.00; odd wooled ewes up to I 14.00. i Bentonvllle Band To Give Public Concerts Bentonville-(Special)-The Benj tonville High School hand will , present free concerts on the city I Rqunre throughout the summer. · Plans were made at a meeting of the Retail Merchants Committee of the Chamber of Commerce. Committee members are: Wilson Powell, Sam Walton, Bill Burton, and Lester Drake. The concerts w i l l start at 7:30 p. m. The first is scheduled for June 7. rw^vf^£5?ONEwieipN«trr. ^ * ONEHEtfrWKME * pM«tMjiHf uftmMfnJ OUWtt __l_jn « unruly B«1Y - ,, _ _ _ THE TOSTBJ* TO VMfktPttttt NATURALLY A RRKED CAB WITH THE MOTOR TRACY QUESTIONS OFFICER AUGUSTUS WES AOUT TO WKEUR U«VBE ME WOULDN'T LIKE THE POLICE. sou GO OUT UFTERHJOON. n me TIMKK--It nars RUNNING AND A HUNK OP Feel refreshed Chew Wrigley's Spearmint Cum Lively diver cools your mouth. _ moistens throat. Freshen, taste S»ti.fyin« OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams ·IT. NEAR KILL'S TH BULL TO SEE A, SUV ON A BIG IMPORTANT JOB LIKE THAT SHUT TH' MACHINIST OFF AM' LEISURELY STROLL AFTER. A PRINJK OF WATEfc:/ Y6H,THEY'LL BE LIKE NAMCV LEE WAI TIM' FOR HER SAILOR LOVER-IM TWO MINUTES THEY'LL THINK HE'S LOST AT SEA.' BOOMERANG FIELD RANDOM THIS ALLEY CROPPED H£ 6UKI. HBftE, 6AWVW- DMT » A VN.UMC FM 7DC nO(U Cassar. Africa Tl« ENTRE (WUUTON LIVES IN ITS CAVES THftT CAST A SHADOW OUTLINE OF NAPOLEONS FEATURES WERE BY HIS SUPPORTERS AFTER THE BOURBONS OUTUWfO POO-BAITS OfStf LITTLE OKPMM. IS THE MOTHER OF 5 CHILDREN Ml BORN 1H MAY/ WHAS5A IDEA.WU HALF-BAKED YAP? Y'TKYIN' TO KILL SOMEBODY? LOOK WHATCHA DONE TOMYIWT, MET I NEVER FIRED A 6HOT.' THAT'S OL'MARRYIN MARION /VSHOOTIN' ATCHAI NEVER A'THO5WET ANY LEAD AROUND IF VOO HADN'T STWtTH) 9HOOT1N' FIRST. VEH!..CNEOFM3U GUYS MUST BE HER/ OH, \YDU KNOW HOW IT 6 NEW BOY FRIEND. 1 / IT 19, WITH THESE ECCENTRIC THAT'S HOW SHE i EH? A-, RICH WOMEN , 6HOW5JHER nS^Sn-fVr^V HBH.HEHI YEH,J... HEY.'/ SHE'S l«CH, VOU SAY? -AM 1 WHtM AM rOLWD MER -SH[ WERt TM'STAR O'TW' SHMOZELAND THAtt. NOW-WEARlig A NEW GOWM EV'RV MOKirM- FAKIN' IM TEN CEWTS A DANCF RAIN OR SHINE AH GOT NO mONTTD INTERFERE WIF HER GLAMMV-BUSS LIFE/.'-WWUT HAS AM GOT T'OFPJR HER? OH, AM IS -OUNG AM'MAN'C-.OMI r AWRIGHT-AN'AM DO LOVF. HF.R- S HF.l / sur.'s MAH - Bur, is THf.T CNOO4H? OF CCXJB5F. VOU TOOL.'.' IT'S ALL A GIRL WANTS.'.' WAL.FRV MAN H(DEf. r -VO' GALS IS CASILV SATISFIED.'.' AWBiaHT. THCN.'.'-AM'LL MF.F.r HER AF]"ER WORK TOMIGHT--AM'WE KIM HE- 7OOM OLIR MARRIED LIFF WHICH,INCIPENTLV. WE ' KinvF_R IV^MF E,EGUNJ. r -VOO'RE HANDIOMC. -AND VOU LOVE AIRPORT GROUP REPORTS TO HST AT THH WHIH HOUSE, Air Force Reserve Lt. Gen. James N. Doolittle, chairman of President Truman's airport commission, presents the group's report to the Chief Executive. nnnlittlp said that Newark Airport was a safe air terminal and should be put back into use. Looking on are Dr. Jerome C. Hunsakcr (seated), aeronautical engineer, and standing (1. to r.) are: Charles F. Home, civil aeronautics administrator; Maj. Gen. Robert B. Landry, air aide to the President, and Paul Johnston, executive director of the commission. _. {International/ L. TRIPLE DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR REDS-Three sets of fight-. ing twins, above, spell plenty of potential trouble for North Korean] i forces. Pvls. Rudy and Edward Florjanoic, left, of Cleveland, Ohio,! j and Cpls. Gene and Jack Hughes, right of Salisbury, Md., are! ^backed up by "twin 40's," of the Third A. A. Artillery Automatic] · - - - - . . , Weapons. Battalion. Chloroform was first developd in 1831. Light travels about 186,000 miles a second. KORN FRIDAY EVENING 8:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time «:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Cincinnati Reds 0:30 Platter Party 0:45 Platter Party 1:00 Platter Party 1:30 Sign Off SATUBDAS MORNINQ 5:30 Rise 'N Shine 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6-35 Rise -i' Shine 7-00 Minutes by Music 7:15 Jordanaires 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary On The Radio New York-W) - Tonight: NBC - 7 noy Rogers; 7:30 Bolf and Ray; 8 lUario Lanza songs. CBS - 7 Musicland USA;; 7:31 Bip Time; 8 Doris Day show; 8:3J Waxworks; 9:05 Capitol Cloaki room, Rep. F. D. Roosevelt. Jr. ABC - 7 Dick Powell; 7:30 Tht| is FBI: 8 Ozzic and Harriet; 8:3J District Attorney. MBS - 7 Adveniiirc-s of Maisiel 7:30 Gracic Fields; 8:05 Magazinj Theater; 8:30 Armed Forces Hei view. =1 Tops in Women's Styles 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parade 8:30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue 0:00 New Record Releases 0:15 New Record Releases 0:30 Here's To Vets 0:45 Guest Star 1:00 Proudly We Hail 1:30 Church of Christ 1:45 News nt Noon 8509' 36-52 SATURDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 Mnn on The Farm S:30 Dunn on Disks 1:00 J)ASE»AI.L St. Louis Cnrdinnl.i Vs. rinrinn.-iti Hods 1:30 SwInK Session 4:00 Hnrniony Tlancrrs 4:30 Ttnnds for Honds H:45 MiiMcnl Intorliido 1 Smllpy Whltlry VIS Deport From Th» TrnUfoa «:4S Pccwc* Kccsi Show By Sue Burnett Just about the most becoming afternoon frock you'll f i n d for thd summer season--a charminR styld fits to perfection and \vitri I dolails evrry woman ndnrcs-' IRnrort skirl, subtle draping, be i cominc sleeve. [ Pattern No. 8500 I s . n *cw-r!t i ferforated pnttern In sizes 3fi 38( 40, 42, 44, 36, 48, .10, 52. Size 3R, short sleeves. 4 "i yards of 3j-|nch| For this pattern, send 30c fol EACH, in COINS, your nnmc, nd. dress, sizes ripslrpfl, nnrl the PATi TERN NUMBER to Sim Burnett Northwest Arkansas Times 115Q Avc. Amerlcnj, New York .IB, N. Yj Basic FASHION f« r '51 Is fllleJ with Idcns to mako ynur clothnl budget go further -- «nd cconomlcnl

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