Page 7 article text (OCR)
State Death Tell In Week Climbs To Nine Booting Accidents Fotol To Two; Cyclist Is Killed Little Bock-m-Three persons j died in accidents in Arkansas this ; weekend, bringing the state's vin- j lent death toll for the week to nine. i Two Arkansans died in b o a t i n g ; accidents. A 26-year-old Cullendale fisherman. Earl McAnulty, fell from his boat and drowned Saturday on Pine Lake near Camden. Ouachita County Coroner George B. Malhis said M c A n u l t y . who was unable to swim, was attempting to free, a snagged line when he fell into the water. Chris Heddman, 38. a Woincr. Ark., rice farmer, drowned in Whisky Chute near .loncsbnro j Saturday. Deputy Sheriff Mack i Peel said Heddman and a com- i panion were fishing when t h e i r ] boat capsized. Reridman's. body was recovered Sunday. In Arkansas' seventh reporter! fatal iccident this week, an IB- year old Little Rock motorcyclist was killed in a motorcycle-truck collision near Arkadelphla Saturday. Sheriff Howard Arnold of Clark County said Ronald Knster. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Koster ' of Little Rock, was killed instantly. His companion, Larry M u l l i n s j of Little Rock, who was injured j seriously, is in a Little Rock hospital. ; A tMmboo growth of Ifi inches Â· In 24 hours has been measured. . NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMH. fayMMvflft. Artont* Ci. 1552 ONE REASON IT COSTS SO MUCH TO PUBLISH A PAPER Ar TMÂ« Apparently Fond Of This Man's Service Wins Medal Junior Bankers Will J90 TON IN 1947 _______----.Â·-- $100 ION IN 194B \Vlth I'. S. 4S Di\-isioii. KOUM- (/Pi-S((t. Gccrt llazcnbers of I.yn- den, War-b., learned today he had been inducted i n t o the Dutch Army nnd was supposed to report for duty more than two | week* fitfo. ! lla/cnbci'K was drafted I n t o i h c i U. ,S. A r m y in, 1050. He just re- j ccivcd a l e t t e r from the mayor of I U l r u m , The N e t h e r l a n d s , sayini- ! he was to report for duty in t ' l | rum May.8. Hnzenborg \vcnt to the U n i l e d States from H o l l a n d w i t h his f a m - ily in 1047. He said he took a ph.-. : slcnl e x a m i n a t i o n before l e a v i n c i The N e t h e r l a n d s hut heard po more from the Dutch government u n t i l today. Marriages Hold Annual Conference 1 l . i l t l o n...'K - ;,r. - The J u n i f H i i n k e r t S w t i n n Â·( t h e A ' k i n v n^nko- 1 * As;nc;:t!]'-.n u r i l l hnH -Ml'h a n n u a l r d u r a t m n . i l cr.-ifcr- i - n i e here Tliiir.-'lv.- ,r-| Friday i n i M M i n a Â»Â»H|O! Â· ferry Kile** nf IÂ»inÂ« H l ' . i f f , (tat'' [iisrn.ilion prrjii-lent; Hcrlon H; r nf Tx;rknna. a.**o Ifl'ion JC.TI'- lary nnd l.a\vrcnce E. I Th! L3fln venion ft mt S '' Â·"""* * Evcrcll rnviÂ« and Mrs. K l i ; - i -MI Kel!". ho'h c'f F n v c M r v H l r , were mitrricd May 23 by the Her. N. V. Drake. Harold Benson I lyric and M r Mary Catherine Peterson, both of PlattsniM'jIh. Neb., were m n n i c d May 23 by .Judge Thomas F. H u l l Hubert Lee M c l n t y r e . K n n h n m . Tcxsfi, and Miss M i n n i e Sanders, Tahlcqunh, Okt;i., were nuirncd May 20 hy County Judge Witt Carter. Charles .1. Hill and Miss Hn/el W. C n r n a l l , both of Fort S m i t h , were married May 20 by the fiev. N. V. Drake. liobort C. Hensley and Miss Geneva l.orfne SnortErf'S". both of Tahlcquah. Ohki., were mnrricd May i n by the Rev., James C. R n m e y . Hoy Kugeno Lackey and Mis.t Margaret Glenn, both of Patrick. | A i r m a n FirÂ«t elm* M a r i o n F. i Swaney, snn of Mr. :u'd Mr-;. V,". ; W. Swanrv, lias biv.n p r o i i i i i l f r l In r. .'.crgd.!''!. He h;is nvivi'!l I h n Good O'lirlucl Mcc!;d ;ni'! Â·Â·; s'.;i- Hnned a t K t f l i n A i r I ' o r - c ! ' . Â· Â· Â· nl F l c v i d n w i t h a supply service A r k . , were m a r r i e d M a v 17 hy the Rev ,1. C. Hnsklns. H i l l ,1. ('nod and Mm M n r y I.o; 1 . 1 !', both of F f l y c t t p v i l l c , v.'crc married May 17 hy the Rev. J'fUil Dean Davi.Â«. You V 2 Models! del morf out 'if lift*! Enjov thfl (vftrtflt-rfnl world rf Â·numl 9/1(11 n IfMrlnr, AM Zenith'* rombinttion | conditions ihnt will pw I from rnllfxting lhÂ« fiilJ K f. policies c ent you ting the full imouit of tinm. i rimy be ttititled to rate rtriu nftfamousfeatwnniin'Hb'tixtnA \ Q ^Â°" r PÂ»H*k* m *Y n* OMT** innnyolhrrhcnrinf flirt at any print! V dÂ«rril* tht property iniurÂ«d. EVERYTHING IN PtUMMNO and FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVERMMENT AVt. How Fistula May Affect Health FREE BOOK-Explnlni the Penalty of Neglect THIS PICTURE-CHART illustrates on? of the most important phases of cost of publishing a newspaper- cost of newsprint. Next raise, due in mid-June, puts the price at $128 a ton. For a hig metropolitan dally, cost of Its ncwspiint can he as much aa 50 per cent of operating expense. Experiments arc underway In Ft- vannah, Ga., to mako newsprint from bngassp, sugar cane waste. (Intcnitttianali 4 You mÂ»y hivi- more lÂ«unomtk*A VOTI nwrl nr duplla! ion of tltt t In two or mom HEARING AIDS '75 fcn* Cendueltot Dtuifn Â·rai'nUt at 5 You miy not hive tbt bÂ«Â« H'ey irnlllhlt for pirticiillr purpeM. Colors! Management Day, In Honor Of The Boss, ! Originated By Magazine Foreman's Digest A new, illustrated 40-page FRKE BOOK explains dangers of f i s t u l a and other rectal, colon and associated disorders. L e a r n facts. Thornton Minor Hospital, Suite 1772, 911 E. Linwood, Kansas City 3, Mo. By SAM DAWSOH New York-i/]V"I,nvp thy boss!' 1 -- t h a t sometime^ can he a pretty bleak n i i n i n a n d m r - n t . But a res- o l u t i o n is beins tofscd into tiic cnncrcFflnnnl hopper to set aside n Moe.aay in Do-cc-mner for pa^-mg trilinle to the boss. Â· Mnn;t[;emcrit Day, it would be . called. Jiif-t ,ns the first Monday in j September is set aside for honnr- j mu labor, Â«o the second Monday 'Â· in December would be dedicated to j management. i The idea was originated by the ! Foreman's Digest, a magazine for foremen and sllpcrvicon in indus- mentine: with a plan to build u p . a Â·wrrvi) rjrnup of men q u a l i f i e d In become s h i f t foremen as vacancies occur. It selects a likely group of employes and then sifts them t h r e e times through complicated tests to Ret two trainees a year. The two foremen candidates go through a six-part t r a i n i n g period. One week is spent in general oricnlation in the company's problems and operations. ' Representatives Of Hospitals In Session nnri venlers steady; u t i l i t y a m l commercial bulls 2'}.l)ll-2H.7. r ); c u t - ler b u l l s 21.Dll-23.m); Rniitl a n d . choice vealers 3I).:)U-.10.0I); purled ; prime to 38.00 to all interests; i u t i l i i y and commercial vealers 22.00-29.(Id. , Sheep 1,000; openinu F"lc; .;en- Â· erally steady but market not f u l l y ; rstablislieil; sprina l.imbs very | scarce; one lot mostly choice grade Â· with prime end 28.00; several lots : shorn lambs 27.00-28,00, Including ! short deck 111-lb clipr; at 27.00; ' slauRhter ewes unchanged; cull to Rood shorn slaughter ewes 7 DO- i 12.00. i rJTt Â·^Â·^Â·Â·^""Â·^^ OLD HIlltiKlltHH BRAND STRAIGHT IOURBON WHISKEY THE tMEIICAN tlSllttlNG COMPANY, IMC. . Plum, lit. IIONY flNISH NPÂ»! . , . Mttll for Ml(M *ho prftfr tit \ fmtrt itylmt anH piiMuM IpKflrinc* OE * tundnoiti* Neck caw. eOLQIN FINISH Unnnrnnd in Wtuty Â«Â«H .!HOOÂ» or Â°"lfii . . . tnily nmllly In4lnmmt Â·rith (hn T J.lHy lonkf 10-DAY RITURN CRIVILIOI DIXIE RADIO 6 You mÂ«y fiil to comply wiU Ux "WKlHiom of Â· policy Uul eta wW MÂ«iÂ» or yottr nftini , 4 J I DICKSOH PHORE 1143 Â«'!! h* plid iÂ« .ludy jour fnltfta, "ilhoiil chÂ«r|c or obligation, Â«n4 report IÂ« you whether Â«ny of UnHJ daiigeioiu or nftmin oooditiciM lldlt.1 RENNER COMPANY, Inc. of 4 Phont 236 Lilt.n to the NEWS, eoch weekday, at 7:30 AM. Â«vÂ«f (lotion KORH O^IAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO.! Gla7.eri tiles came i n t o trenera] ; use in F.urupe during t i e ,t?cond ! half of the 12th Century. Vi GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland trot, lecktr Plant RADIO TV SERVICE Latest TV Test Equipment 74-Hour Service TRI-STATE SALES CO. 320 W. Dickson Phoni 513 Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. Phone 27. Wnt Fork, Ark. i from t h e c h a i r m a n of the board : to the foreman in the shop. I The resolution to be introduced by Rep. William B.' Wirinall R- N.J.I credits management with "the greatest part of the planning, the supervision and the ingenuity that are the very basis of our national bi-Jb levels of productivity and prosperity." Some Do Believe it or n o t , but some work, ers do love the hiss. At least 18.000 i say they do. They wurK in seven I Thompson Products, Ific. factories here and in Canada. They recently signed a lliT-foot parchment roll praising their boss, President Fred C. Crawford, as a "job-maker | whose senius for leadership has 1 made our company grea* " rv n ,,r_ ford started out v/ith the Cleveland - opened a four-day convention here today w i t h discussions revolvinc around the theme: "The Meaning of Efficient Patient Care." The Catholic Hospital Association's president, Monsignor John J Healy of Little Rock, Ark., was scheduled to address the first of four afternoon general sessions. R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s . - About 31?..0fn e'ibic feet of w a l ' r a second flow over ^iacina : Falls. Automatic SELF -DEFROSTING WITHOUT" HOT ELECTRIC ELEMENTS Today's Market-- St. Lnilll Livestock National Stockvards, lll.-(/Pi- (USDA)-Hogs 15,000; f f l i r l v active; weights 180 Ihs un mostly 15 to 25 lower than Friday's averag.-; later slow; 170 Ibs down steady to are about 2.onn.non foremen in the United Sthti-s. Their selection and t r n i n i n p 'nernmes increasingly important to c o m p a n i e s in torl.-iy's highly c o : n [ M ' t i f j v e business -.vnrld. M a n y counlnos h a v e supervisory training courses, the National Industrial Conference Board reports, but some are going beyond this and arc establishing selection courses to get the right material in the first place. An example is Armstrong Corporation. This company is experi- 2 under 220 Ibs; 240-270 .... Â· full width of choice grade 20.25; 21.10; 280-300 Ihs 19.50-20.00; 1.10. 170 Ibs 20.00-21.15; mostly 20.25 up; 120-140 Ibs 17.75-13.75; sows 400 Ibs down 17.75-18.50; mostly 18.00 up; heavier sows 16.75-17.75; stags 14.00-16.00; most boars 13.00-15.00. j Cattle 4,500, calves 900; opening | slow, with a few deals near ntcady ; on good and choice steers and heifers hut bids generally sharply lower; ,'ew loads and'lots good and high choice steers and mixed butcher yearlings 31.50-34.00: l i t - tle done on others; big packers bidding unevenly lower on cows with relatively little done; hulls NO uins -- HO run Â«T IT **Â·) NMCIT IT A a e n t i r e l y N E W kiod of defroMiof iyi. Km. Defrotu filter tnd ii Â»bÂ«luwly fool- p r o o f ! K e e p i y o u r foods Â«fer through the dcfrfMttog period. Tht ONE Kehigtnttr wilt fVlKYTHm New DEARBORN Side Delivery An ouhtinding Heavy Rnly rake for Hie Ford Tractor that Im Â·Â»y gently and permits the speed lhat Inkcs full advantage of Gcntl* handling is ussurc,! by new (nolli motion Â«nd reel uncle P O X ' m i l C l y * "' r " k i n t Wll " h "'"' '"' '"Â«'Â· Ford Trtctof Hydrnidic Tc.urh Control Mill Â«nd lowein )hÂ« full flnminj reel for short, fÂ«Â«t turning. Knkc pivots on Irnrlor rirnwlmr, tana almost t, short as ihe irÂ«ftor's own tlrninÂ» radiiM. Kqnipneil with 22 roller lcÂ«r- lÂ»p. CÂ«M Ii and wÂ« Uils jfrot new rnke. HAILEY SALES CO. Highway 71 North Phone 1619 NM99A ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION Used by thousand! in reduclne JleU--Junge's HomÂ«n Meal iiread 8w the flnlihfd tU Â«tiÂ»rt to pslnt! C-i' Ml you iclMt th'.' Â·rh-mÂ« for *vrry Color C*blnft--144 fon# nÂ«cnrÂ«tor Col Color Tlun Folder rrÂ». II'.M with col yuur irlectlcn. DEPENDABILITY: G.itr- Â»nt*ed by LEONARD, with over 70 y#Â«r* of refrigeration e*j*rirnce G U A R A N T E E D ; OTASCO rtliahle Â«TMÂ« Â«nd fair w u h the public FREE/.F.R. Full-width frozen food Shillow-- D.Â«p Will Jit Pump Modfl I.TA wiih MAGICCYi'lE Sfl f FROSTINd. I j i i,| : ,Mi.-rr.|, A |.;,,Â» t H ,,:hit LEONARD FREEZER in i dairn other %iyÂ«; trwer plfnty of foM on hinj for Â»nv creation. And rrponiftt ot ill Â· IFONARO . you If ht lurt of Â« your from food! WÂ«t Sid* Sqiior* Phon* 161 "HOME OP BETTER WORLD'S FINEST WATER PUMP cheit . . . refrigerated oo l 5 lido. Â· COLD. TOP-TO-BASE: More room oo the iruute . . . no lÂ»rgtr on the out- No *iiie p*ce! Â· S H E L V E S IN DOOR! Bonus ipace for eggs, bot* ileÂ», baby fods, etc A new application of the c e n t r i f u g a l p u m p w i t h Jet principle. A simplified design with only one m o v l n j part. ELIMINATED ARE: * LOSS OF PRIME it BURNED OUT SEALS Â·* WATER LOGGING it CONTROL DEVICES r " Jtl Pre " un bEMOnSTRATION INVITED LIMITED NUMBER OF DEALERSHIPS AVAILABLE IN hwMI ArklflMi Ic Eatl.m Oklihom. Tor Infermillon On Pumpt or Dtalinhlpi WrltÂ« J. W. HILL, DISTRIIUTOR "*"* " WÂ»M fork. A r k .