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May 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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1 Poppies For Poppy Doy Consumers May Be Troubled By Hog Prices Production Of Pigs Likely To Develop Into Shortages Washlngton'-(/P)-Hog prices arc i _ - "" l '" r "TM a m n n i oraiin,, ,,,;.u 41, ,, o making a quick change t h a t i T "TM%v to attend commencement' , n he imnl ' , i g V ihreMenc rn i,hi,. Mr ,,,.,,,_.,,..' oxtrci.ws at St. FrfwarHc ,.,i : " tne implementation of · · Pressure On Iran To Turn Down American Aid troops to Iran if that country's soil! native Testjleave For A Year Is Shows UniversityjOranled To Marx Pales Fv/-ol excel and Kcrmit McK/irlan Mrs. A. H. Flanagan of Fay- ' I"""" 1 ."! l r a n " lnat country's soil otloville is spending a few days i If ','T d , by ' 0reiCT militar J' forces with her sister.,. Mrs. W R S i m - i TU J° h r S ° V1ClS - ons nnd Mrs. C. n. Fenimore ! Kremlin made its protest in Mr. and Mrs C R F i r h h i a i * !,« i ; a no * e Delivered by Foreign Min- chilrlren of nig Pinev W o i i s t e r Andrci Y - Vishinsky ycster-! u n l v e r s l V political science slu- i ceivea a leave of ahsence for the visiting her mother ^Mrs *"? a \"i d a y f o l ^ e Irania ". ambassador j dents revealed a knowledge of the | nex ' school year, to do work to- Bodurtha. The Eichblatt's antil^^l^ accuspd Iran ' a Russian i national government superior to i ward a doctorate at Columbia Mrs. Bodurlha went to Fort Smith ^afinBu.Hh ,'h i'i°Q thl ° f " C °° P H t h a t Of sturimts in ** °'her edu-i University. He will be replaced by ! erat 'ns with the U.S. government 1 cational institutions in a test con-' Marx J. Pales, assistant professor of music at the University, re- University political science siu- j ceived a leave of absence for the Mozart music festivals at the Uni. versity. He holds the Master of Musid degree from Columbia University and a Bachelor of School Musia degree f r o m - Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. rt ':M.^^i^ssr-z e threatens trouble for cnnsumrrs ·'? x . trcls " s -- -1 leri I and government price control of- | Mlss florin Eichblatt graduated', 5 0 ,,' in( V, · ,, finals For seven months prices ! ' rom nurse's training school · !of this important meat ' " ' "' ""'' "~ "'" ' " 1 the lat- is against the ducted by Morgan Stale College of Baltimore, Md. Students in some Minas Christian. Pales will complete study previously begun toward a doctor of education de- EVERYTHING IN HUMBINO and SUPPUK FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVtRNMBTT AVI. have been at discoiiraRingly low Wednesday for Marshall. T level?--from the standpoint of ,, I"' the largest colleges and univcr- . --· Mr. and Mrs. Bill I asiter l e f t 1 , () TM' rvcrs h "e consider it l i k e - l a i t i e s in the country were in the I grM '' W|lh a major '" both musir 'n,i,,,,,,i,.. ,... ,, . .: _ "·" ly that, because of the Russian! group compared with A r k a n s a s ' ' music education. He will aso to visit his brother Texas, i JM-VI-I.--- i j u i n i mr . M r i i m | J u m i UJ . ' producers. Hut markets are in the | J" st r p f -urnc j midst of a shift t h a t before the " " ' summer is over may i protest, Iran will reconsider her! students. Korea. Miss Marilyn Wilson rother, Bob who h i s ' 1 ' ' ' an wl " m '°' 1 S'der her j students. · xl from service 'in; rs e h Pa ai C es 0 no t t hC th'e-|- ai i Cia " ?ii Arkansas students -howed a i follow'ut itr^t^^!"! 1 ' . know !^. ''' tho executive j follow up with another strong pro- study violin and chamber music with the noted teacher. Hans Letz,! at Juilliard School of Music. | A University faculty member I The American Lesion A u x i l i a r y w i l l hold its Memorial Day poppy sale in Fnyettevillc, Kniuid,-iy. These poppies nre jnado at the. Veterans Hotpilsl In Fayetteville hy the patients. Thc.ie poppies arc purchased from the veterans hy the Auxiliary and all proceeds from the sale are Mturr.ed to the veterans and their families for rehabilitation pm- po«*«. In the above picture a local patient is constructing a poppy under '.he,supervision of Mrs. Carrie Lee Bivens, of the Fayetteville Auxiliary Committed To Hospital Under Order Of Judge Little Rpck -I/Pi- An Arltansan wtnted In Oklahoma to face first Atftee murder charges will be committed instead to the Arkan- w Elate Hospital for Nervous Diseases here. Chancellor Richard Moblcy yesterday signed an order in Rus- wjlvllle, Ark., committing Charles L Pitts, whn lives near Dover, Ark., to the hospital. Pitts is wanted in connection with the death of Allie Blair, whn was shot In death on a Muskogee, Okla.. street in December, 1050. The committal nrder v.-as requested by Pitts' lawyer. Reerc Caudle, on the ground that. Pitts war, dangerously ill and should not be re- i turned to MuskoRco. PRICES ARE BORN HERE AND RAISED ELSEWHERE Open Each Evening Til 9 Com* out lhn vrwwv* «rwn«. Easy t*rmi. tavy pirklnf. S A H Green Stamps. HILTON BROS. DRIVE-IN FURNITURE H Hiway 71 North-Mm % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Hcfland Irot. Locker Man* Winslow off to market ahead of schedule. Marketings during the first four months of this year were about Iff per cent larger than In the like period last year. Yet production of pigs last year--the pigs marketed this year--increased only about seven per cent. "~ Furthermore some farmers have bred fewer sows this year. HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery p. e. ·« in H lilt Ark Fourth Sunday services will be conducted at St.-Stephen's Episcopal Church nt 3:30 p. m. Sunday by the Hev. C. D. Lathrop of Fort Smith. A luncheon will he served following the services. Mrs. Ralph Forsythe has returned here to spend her summer vacation. She is a teacher In the slate School for the Deaf at Little Rock. The strawberry harvest here has Improved sharply following rains earlier this week. Arlis Hampton. Ell Caudle and Sherman Caudle am buying both capped and uncapped berries. A rummage pale sponsored hy the Order of the Eastern Star will be held Saturday morning at the canning factory building north of Chandler's station. Dr. B. B. Sawyer, founder of Boys Ranch near Fort Smith, will preach at the Baptist Church at 7:30 p. in. Sunday. The Lions Club met nt the Methodist C h u r c h basement Thursday at 8 p. m. Mrs. Idu Muir Is visiting her son and dnughtcr-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Parke Muir of Tulsa, Okla., this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Riddle «nd, daughter, Emily, wcr* |u«sts Monday and Tu«d«y of Mr. and Mr«. C. A. Riddle and Mm. Eliza Riddle. They were en route from their home at Modnc, Calif., to Springfield, Mo., to attend th wedding of a son, William Rlddh Springdale Mrs. G. O. Gilbert left Thursday morning to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Gaylcn Gilbert of Stevenville. Texas. She will be accompanied The Soviet note was prominently displayed in all Moscow newspapers today. veys indicate pig production may fall 10 per cent below last year. These, two developments, are expected to show up in greatly rc- . duced supplies of hogs in the months ahead, and a sharp increase in price. Producer Sur- ' h " me hy her f w o *«»"isons, who have spent Ihe past two weeks Harris Says Committee May (heck The Movies - · - i v i. · M wucrv.i | wilh Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, their I Washington - W) - Representa- aunt and uncle. i live Harris (D-Ark), chairman of Harry Scott pakes, son ol Mr. a special House committee named and Mrs. Minnie May Oakes, h a s ' t o a PP r ais« the moral tone of received a key for two years ser- j radio, and television programs prices i vicc w i l h l h c University band. A. l S ? i d toda J' ihe Kroup also may I h a v e been'as low as $16 per , n n i s °Phomore in the College of Kdu- I f l n d ." necessary to look info the ! pounds in recent months but am "','""' hc is a member of Phi Mu ; IV"'" 5 business. He pointed out believed likelv to go as high as $25 T!" 1 S" 1 'TM". musical fraternity. : l n a l mnvl "f pictures are shown or J2fi this summer. I Mr - a n d Mrs. A very Comhs of °'' m a n v Tv Programs. Such nn increase could be ex- i ,"""" i JP r ' n ftfaIc havo received a I TMTM' "f, med yesterday to head stance. On the test as a whole, Arkansas rated significantly superior to four institutions, and about equal to the other two. Actress Seeks Divorce I Los Angeles-(yp)-FiIrn Director ! Andre Detoth caused her "griev- ; ous mor.tr.1 and physical anguish" | Actress Veronica Lake charges in j a divorce suit. She asks custody : l o t their three children. or immoral matter and too great emphasis fensive crime and violence. He disclaimer any idea of attempting to establish any kind of federal censorship. WATCH THIS SPACE For Daily Bargains SATURDAY'S VALUE REFRIGERATOR Regular Price, $329.95 SATURDAY'S PRICE $289.95 SMITH RADIO APPLIANCE SOLOING ATLANTIC IN 23-FOOT BOAT though they are in general opposed to price controls. There are ceilings on pork and pork products, but the slaughterers say they are not high enough to permit them to pay anticipated hog prices. At present . ..... - ......... ' cry ' F n l l r t h Infantry Division. He TM s , 1 "'TM overseas 11 months. . Maoel Harrison presented lL1 r p ', ano pu P' Is in a recital j !." ursIa . v morning from over ra-' dln s | atnn KRFiS. Those partici- At present production trends I n a l i n K in lh c recital were: Marie! and prospects, pork supplies and TM l l l e r . ''o. v C'ark, Nancy Spencer,! prices may not again match recent °* Hulton, Terry Lewallen, levels before the fall of 19S3 Kay Emerson. Sue Bain and Eliz- Hlgher prices this summer and I ah . c ! h A n n J °hnson. , ,, . Hattie Rowe of Lebanon, Prairie Grove The Rev. John Moreland was 1 i m charge of the Wednesday night ! services at the First Baptist Church in the absence of the pas- BOWL FOR PLEASURE /1m Benton Bowling Lanes--Adv Only CROSLEY gives you the SHELVADOR FREEZER! · O D l l t D f UdHCItTKI IM-UI U Ul mil H l LOW DOWN PAYMENT 18 MONTHS TO PAY for th« world's most convenient froazerl Just imagine the wonderful convenience of hnving food« right at your finger tipa--in handy ehelven on Me lid i "Floating-Action" lid opens nt a nudge, leaving both handfi free. Temperature control adjuMA from zero to 20' In-low for rmlly fast freezing. Thrifty new modeld in 8-, It-, and 20-cubic-fnot c / i p n c i t i c » . See t h e m TODAY I On, CROSLEY ,:irs run SHPLVADOR F R [ I / £ R S .mil K I I R I C E R A T O R S See Our New 1952 Model Crosley Sheivador Refrigerator We Give SH Green Stamps m MCf-sfrriNO MS/ONS AM COM/NO MOM atotun We Trade for Furniture, Livestock or Anything of Value Hilton Bros. Furniture Co. Hlwoy 71 North Phone 1770 Op«n Eveninfi Until 9:00 i -*·.-·... .11 mi iu.-i.-ui.t; in uie pas-1 The Federated Club met at the. 1 tor, the Rev. Stanley Jordan, whol ; home of Mrs. Guy Skelton Wcd-j is t a k i n g n six-week tour of E u r : : nesday afternoon with Mrs. J. S. ope. The Rev. Roy Fish will! ' Harlan presiding at the business 1 preach at both morning and eve-i! meeting. New officers were elect-' ning services Sunday. ' cd and will take office at the first' The Dorcas Sunday School Class \ meeting in September. They arc: j o t the First Baptist Church m e t ' I Mrs. Willard Brooks, president:! Thursday night at 7:30 for a coop- ' 1 Mrs. ,T. S. Harlan, vice president;! crative dinner at the home of Mrs. I I Mrs. Burl Horton. recording secrc-j Landreth Loyd on Highway 68 tary; Mrs. Paul Jones, correspond-! east. Mrs. I.oyd's mother-in-law I ' ing secretary; and Mrs. Charles! Mrs. Edgar Loyd, was hostess f o r ' ! McNair, treasurer...Thc club heard, the group, and Mrs. C. L Tripp' i Miss Ingetraud Breusler, exchange served as en-hostess. i · -tudent from the University, speak !Urs. Claude Kelley is In Fill-' j m "Conditions of Home Life in i ton. Mo., to visit'her daughter, | Germany." Miss Hreuster cc.m- '· Betty R u t h Kelly, a senior in Wil- j i pared conditions in America w i t h . l i a m Woods College. Mrs. Kelley i ! those of her home country, Ger-1 attended the musical recital giv-!j many. Mrs. Skelton was assisted I en by her daughter Thursday I in serving hy Miss Marjorie .lonesi nisht. Miss Kelley is a music ma- and Miss Lucille Jones. Guests of! jor. the club were Mrs. Elton Skelton! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde'Murphy ofj and Mrs. Bruce Crider of Fayette-! Highway 71 south'went to Paw- ''!!?· | huska, Okln., Tuesday to attend, me Lions f l u b met Tuesday. commencement exercises at the night at Vinson's Cafe. Charles I Pawhuska High School w h e r e ' McNair conducted lhc business : their granddaughter, Nina Jo meeting. The following new o f f i - 1 Murphy, is a member of the grad- i cers were elected: Ray Cornwcll.: uating class. Wednesday they a t - ' iresident; G. E. Wiswell, first vice! tended the junior high school i iresident; Dr. Calvin Bain, second j commencement exercises. Their vice president: Hugh Neal, secrc-1 youngest granddaughter, Marjorie ary-treasurer; Elton Skcllon. Lion i Lee Murphy is a member of the amer; Wilfred Thompson, t a i l graduating'class, wister. The Board nf Advisors Is! M. O. R.imey, principal of the omposcri of Burl Horton. Layton . Junior High school in Springdale .IcCny, Donald Parks and Huher : was the guest speaker at the sixth K 0 """- i firadc promotion exercises held at The seniors and their sponsors. McAlcster, Okla.. Thursday. .Irs. J. Frank Holmes and Mrs. j ' Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Ed- Martha Weaver, returned Wed- I wards returned home Thursday to lesday night from a three-day Waco. Texas, where Sergeant'Ed- rip to Shadow Lake and Noel,. wards Is wilh the Air Force, after '"· i n two-week furlough spent with Mrs. Donald Parks took the ; their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk members of her Sunday School Kriwards and Mr. and Mrs. Marion lass and their dates to Devil's I Fields of Springdale. BRITISH AUTHOR Ann Davlson, 38, cits at tiller ft her 23-foot sailing boat Felicity Ann aa she embiirks from Plymouth, England, on a daring solo voyage to Florida. She hopes to make it in 00 days. She and her late husband, Frank, started on such a trip in 1949 and on tho 19th day he slipped from their craft Reliance during a storm and was drowned. She barely escaped. (International Radiophotol WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You Since 1929 SMITH RADIO SHOP Every Day Is "BARGAIN DAY" at a C-o-o-l, Comfortable MALCO Theatre! Last Day i Suipenie! Murder! "UNKNOWN MAN" TOMORROW OPEN 12:45 p.m. I Acclaimed by critics as en* of the year'i finest movies! 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