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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 27

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no ^ wormwBM Mfnomui TIMES, Wed., Sept. 18, 1971 Livestock Report ..·Prices dropped whilfe supply 'remained about the same at this past weekend's auctions in Fayetteville and Springdale, according to the federal market news service report. Estimated receipts were up 'sharply at Springdale from a year ago with 1,201) Friday compared to 596 last y e a r . Fayettevi lie's receipts rose from 069 to 1,300 in the past year. ' SPRINGDALE SLAUGHTER GOWS: Utility and Commercial: $19.-23.; High Dressing Utilities: S23.-23.80; Cutler $17. -21.; Canner: $15.50 17.; (Slaughter Heifers: Gooc; and Choice: 525-675 Ibs. $27.-31 ) . SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1KJO-15UO Ibs $29 32 ' FEEDER STEERS: Choice' 300-500 Ibs. S28.-32.80; 500-70!) Ib S2G.-31.25; High Good and Low Choice: 300 - 000 Ibs. S25.-29; Good: S22.-26.80. Scattered sale." Holstein steers: 8'10-1040 Ibs $20.80-23.10. FEEDER- HEIFERS: 300-351) Ibs. S25.-27.; High Good and Low Choice: 300-600 Ibs. $24. 26.; Gooti: 300 600 Ibs $2' -24 50 REPLACEMENT C O W S : Scattered sales Good anc Choice: 3-6 year old 700-900 Ibs $19-22.30. . COW AND CALF PAIRS: Good 3-6 year old cows with 75-150 Ib. calves at side -- $225., 270, per pair. HOGS: Estimated receipts 200 head, including 46 sows. 5 boars; week ago 174; year ago: 235. Compared to last week's sale: Barrows and Gilis steady BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2 200-240 Ibs. $36.-36.50. SOWS: US 1-3 300-400 Ibs $27.50-28.50; 400-500 Ibs. $26.50 27.50. BOARS: US 1-3 $19.-21.20. FEEDER PIGS: US 1-3 35-50 Ibs. $8.25-12.50 per head; 50-65 Ibs. $12.50-16. per head; 80-90 Ibs, $13.75-20. per CWT; US 1-2 85-120 Ibs. $29.25-30.25 per CWT FAYETTEVILLE SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial - $18.50-29.85; Cutter $16.75-20.60; Canner: SH46.75; (Slaughter Heifers Good and Choice: 470-600 Ibs. $27.-32.) SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1100 1640 Ibs. $25.-30; Individual: $33.50. FEEDER STEERS: Choice: 300-600 Ibs. $25.-30.25; High Good and Low Choice: 300-600 :lbs. S24.-26.50; Good; 300-600 Ibs. $20-25.; FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice :3fH)-6)0 Ibs. S25.-29.; High Good and Low Choice: 300 600 Ibs ;$24.-26.; Good: 300-600 Ibs. $21. 24. ·REPLACEMENT C O W S Scattered sales: Good and Choice 3-6 year olds -- 700-87^ Ibs. S18.-21.10. COW AND OALF PAIRS. Choice 3-6 year old cows with 75 200 Ib. calves at side $271. -305.; Good: $225.-275. HOGS: Estimated receipts 325, including 54 sows and boars, week ago 457; year ago 177. Compared to last week's sale: Barrows and Gilts $2 BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-3 200-235 Ibs. $33.50-34. : SOWS: US 1-2 225-250 Ibs S31.-32.; US 1-3 300-400 Ibs. $27. 28.; US 1-3 400-545 Ibs. $26.-27 BOARS: S21.-24.25. FEEDER PIGS: US 1-3 35-50 Ibs. $9.00-13.75 per head; 50-80 Ibs. $15.-20 per head. Three Named To UA Art Faculty Three new faculty member have beeti appointed in the Un versity of Arkansas Departmen of Art, according to Dr. Thoma Turpin, chairman of the DC partment. The appointment were ali effective witlr'the b ginning of the f a l l term. The now faculty members ar Dr. John W. Smith, assitan professor of art and art educa tion, Harry Murutes, instructor and Joan Yavitz, instuctor. Dr. Smith earned a B.F.A M.Ed., and EdD. degrees frpn the University of Florida. H has taught in elementary, ju ·nior high, and high schools ii Florida as well as courses i: art education at the Universit; of Florida. While completing hi' doctoral degree, Dr. Smith wa a graduate teaching assistan in art education and a supervis or of student teachers in art. H has been an arts and crafts in structor for the Gainesville As sociation for Creative Arts. Murutes earned a B.S. an M.A. degrees in art from Ken State University, a master's i art history from Ohio State Uni versity, and is a Ph. D. cand_ date in art history at the Uni versity of Michigan, havinr completed all requirements fo a doctorate except his disserfa (ion. For three years, Murutc was an art teacher in the Mas sillon, Ohio, public schools, anc he has been a teaching assis t a n t at Kent Slate and Ohic State and a teaching fellow a Michigan. Murutes spent the 1373-74 academic year doing doctoral research in Italy. Hi: areas of specialization are Renaissance, Byzantine, Gothic and Baroque art history. Miss Yavitz earned bachelor's and master's degrees in art his lory at the University of Iowa. She served as a research assistant in visual materials at Iowa while completing her master's degree and formerly worked at Brandeis University. Her areas of specialization are modern art history and American art. I Smoked ^ 11- r_ _ic ' ,«. · · _ . _ ~ T _ _ Chuck Roast Meaty and tender Blade Cuts Always a Family Favorite! WAy More?,.. m . 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Safeway Low Pr/ced.', SweetPotatoes Yellow Onlons»,, ib.!7 e , 27 £ PrUneS Fancy Pro ...5ib,n Artlcbkes^ f , fe4 ,.....,. 4 e^*1.79 With $5.00 or Mere Additional Purchase Limit One 81 Ud3S 'Q3M Pt 8-oz. Tokay Grapes£ ^39' Ce | @ry Red Potatoes I Wild Birds* Fancy Bananas^^^^^utSc ,33 C S A I 01: V* 1 Wifm i iiii Him Inc. NorthwKt Arfcarmn TIMES, Sept. 18, 1974 *: 2f Questions About Social Security Editor's Note!' This column is a joint effort of public service by the TIMES and the. Fayetteville Social Security Administration office, Mrs. Rosa Newsome, district man-" ager. Anyone having a question about social security is invited to send it to the Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 72701. All inquiries must be signed and . should include address of sender. Names will not be published. Q. My husband and. I Me going to move to another state in about two months. We both get sooial security checks. Is there some special form we have to fill out to give social security our new address! A. You can report your new address on the change-of-address form printed on the back of the envelopes your social security checks are mailed In--or you can oall or write any social security office. Ba sure to give both your old and new address, including ZIP codes, and your social security claim numbers which are printed on your checks. You should report your new address as soon as you know it to assure uninterrupted delivery of your ohakoa. Q. I just got my sooial security card. It's attaohad to a bigger, perforated card, bo I have to keep both cards? A. A social security card is smaller social security card issued with two parts. The should be detaohed and carried in your pursa or wallet «o you can show it to your employer. The larger part should be kept In a safe place as a permanent record of your social security number. Then, if you ever lose your card, you'll have the part with your number on it and will be able to get a duplicate card faster. Q. About a week" ago, I lost my wallet. My sooial security card was in it. How can I get a new card? A. You can get an application for a duplicate social security card by calling any social secu- ·ity office. If you know your social security number, you'll get your duplicate card faster. The duplicata will be mailad o you. School Services Faculty Gains Two Members Two new Faculty members have been named in tha School Services Area of the University of Arkansas College of Education, according to Dr. David C. Smith, Area coordinator. They are Dr. Donnie Dutton, professor and Dr. Joe Thorne, assistant professor. Dr. Dutton works in the field of adult education and Dr. Thorne in community school education, Dr. Smith said. Dr. Dutton, a native of iVadesboro, N.O., received his lachelor's and master's degrees from Florida State University in versity in agricultural educa- .ion. He earned his Ph.D. CromFlorida State University in adult and continuing education. Dr. Dutton taught at Memphis State University and served as director of the Adulfc Education Program there. He also has worked as a vocational agriculture teacher, and in agricultural extension and public health positions. He has done extensive consulting on adult education with state deparmente of educa- ion, boards of health, law enforcement academies, local school systems, universities, tha American Public Health Association and the Southern Regional Educaion Board. Dr. Thorne is a native of Fairmont, W. Va., and received a bachelor's degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, W. Va., a master's from Eastern Michigan University, and his Ph. D. from the University of M i e h i g a n. While at Michigan, he held a Charles Stewart Mott Fellowship. Dr. Thome has worked as a teacher and administrator in public schools and held various management positions with The Kroger Co. in Washington, D.C. FTe served four years in the United States Air Force. 12 NLR Students Arrested In Fight NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) --Twelve Northeast High School students had been arrested on IS warrants by Monday nigbt in connection with fighting that broke out among black and white students after a pep rally at the school Friday. Tho warrants charged disturbing the peace or assault . and battery. Three additional warrants · were obtained by school officials for two other sudenis alleging disturbance of the peace and for a student who dropped out of school two years ago. He was accused of loitering on school grounds after school began Friday. He was outside the building and not involved In the fighting. Supt. George Miller said 450 to 500 of the schools 1,450 students wero absent Monday. "Parents were afraid to send them back," Mfller said, but he added that the school day was quiet '

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