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May 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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· Doctors Announce New Drug Effective on Tuberculosis Boston - Iff, - Doctors a t t e n d i n g , the National Tuberculosis Associa- : tion meetings here announced Ja=t i night that they have a powerful j ,,,,,,, ,,)· 1,1, , · ""-""'I new anti-tuberculosis weapon in · . the synthetic drug, isomazid. · . But they said it may take i months to learn whether it is as '· good as the standard stcptomycin ' ·treatment or better. University. San Francisco, said "isoniazid is not the cure for tu- : sally applicable fonm of treatment, (l "ra not nppesr better t h a n some! oth(?r riru B s ' n n d '*"" " ot appear j ^l"" 1 ." 5 f a r '""Ip streptomycin. But I agree wmh others it j s I an effective drup," he said .1 -Whether it w i ) | rank one, two or I three I do not knoiv." . , . , . _ W h i t e Car Poultry Product To Be Retailed At Less Than Pork Or Beef Price Held Needed To i-ompete successfully for the, markets as arc other hri ilpr-nrn- consumor's dollar, the broiler i n - i d u c i n g recions, it is r e r . t i a l l v l o - l dustry must put a product on the cated. Thus i w n l ship ,,. r « 'h-ivc market that can he retailed for opportunities for c'.nnsinr' nrofi'- less than the majority of the pork able m a r k e t s on which 'to sell and beef cuts. Sn agricultural. w h r i n c r they be north -outh w»s; economists at the University con- j or east of Northwest Arkansas eluded, since consumers will then | Market Development Npedcrt Personals Mrs. H. L. Ilnlsell and Brand- children, J.inic and Freddie Hill- sell, left ihis morning for Tuscaloosa, Aln., to make their home- w i t h l :cir son and f a t h e r , llenrv P. Halsell. - 1 daughter, Mr. and Mr«. Arch ' C l o u d . Mrs. R. P. Bartholomew of Di, visa, I'an.inia. l e f t yc.vierd.iy for a · v i s i t w i l h her mother i n K j n b u r y , Pa., a f t e r a week here as cuesl of Mr. and Mrs. Ge.rt;e Bnwen. receiving hi.l rlorUr' de«re» in nuclear physics. ||» graduated w i t h hiinnn f o u r j-r:,rs .Tin f r o m ' I h i - I ' n i v e r s i t y of Mr.s M r K r r h a n p l a n t n \»,,\f ;· n.-, r |,-, 1', .iltrnrl Ihe cxercres ,1! C'-irn- ; h r i d w , Mass. W'lcelm Memorial . .. tf Mrthotlht Men'j dab " » ' ··'«-'£ With Pfanned tittle pas- berculosis. It does "not" do'aw7y i h '"f f . rar " l a t c s '*' TMTM "'"'led. with the need foi toriums. r care in sana- Kock-l/i )-Atrkansas ju.-- rjcr IIKJU. werp inprpfnrp cnmnar- * * n l'" 1 | rr.ent of sinaller markets closer ! home. However, they believer! that H. L. Woodyard, dir-. 1 . st "«. v fhmvpd t h a t poultry i it would be necessary 10 supply motor v e h i c l e d i v i - l £, asc ? ne " ve blue letters on a white back-i j ground. W. rclor of the -priced meats I fresh-killed Miss lioxie Porter left last nicht for Thornton, Calif., a f t e r spending the past three weeks w i t h friends and relatives in Knyette- ul.e and Bcrryville. Kn 'route home, Miss Purler will v i s i t her brother, C. O. Porter nt M i n t u r n Colo. _ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. C u t t i n g or V.'icliita. Kan., were !he v.-cckeiKl Rilesls of their son-in-l.v.v and ; Mis. lln/el K I I U I / l e f t Sunrlay In r e t u r n tn l\er hoine .11 n r o n k l y n , N'. V.. f n l l n w i n c a few days here ,as t h e cues! nf Mrs. C. T. R n i l l h . Mr". Fnti!7 vas rn route hunie .from C'nlifdnii.n and n vi.-il v.-ilh her riaiiEhler, Mrs. Sam Laser, in I . l t l l e Rock. M a r ' l y n M r K e e h a n . sun of Mr. .'inn Mrs. I.eo.i L. M c K c c h d n , w i l l e r n d u n t c J u n e 5 from Ihe Mass- ·.l-hii'.e'1s I n s t i l i i l c of Terhnolocy, Announcements i Suh rrh Mother's Cluh The Suh Deb Mc,:hrr'.i ('!;, ·vill meet I n i l i c h t at 7 t.'i-Jnrp i , ! h r hnme nf Mi": .1 A L.-in^r, I'l DavidsTM Siren. , Cloverlraf Club , The Clnverleaf Club v i l l ,-.,·,. . m m n r r n w at :.'.,10 p. ;n., v i l h \V; |.I. F. S t a n f o r d , 119 Smith ]!'·}.! i Street.. '·lvi:r;, h a s t n i e n t tn ;r .r)rrow cv»I ni:..: .,' 7 ;:!.'l r.'"!r,rk. AH ;. 1en iherl ire . . ' k M t.i .-.·tend f h i s mce'ir,i { · ' ' ' Record Relief for SOUR STOMACH Drto/beritait SrnarfafWromyC^r! - £*k * * i Here's a distinctive new Kind of car that has custom smartness with record-breaking economy. The Nash Rambler, \\iih o'.crdrivc, holds the all-time record in the Mobiles Economy Run with 31.05 miles per gallon! Add to its amazing economy and smart custom stvling · the fact that th: R a m b l e r is deigned to meet today's d r i v i n g and (raffic conditions. It's so easy to steer, handle and park . . . such a wonderful p e r f o r m e r . . . such a smooth-riding, roomy car! Everybody lo v es our Rf.mMers. And they're really "buys" I Come in and check--you'll want to own one, too! Naih Wolor., Dii-iVcn Hsth.Ktl.jnotor Corp., Qtttoil, M/eft. months, bi:t higher t h a n whole ham in 13 months and higher than hamburger in 10 months. In Chi- cajo, fryers cost less per pound than all the other cuts of meat d u r i n g the 18-month period. These points were broupht out in a study of the Arkansas broiler industry made by C. Curtis Cable, Jr., who was cooperative agent with the University of Ark- i ansas' department of rural ccon- assembled statistical information on all phases of t h e industry, and interviewed ofi individuals who had been connected with broiler production in Northwest Arkansas for a number of years. A n o t h e r point brought out In the study was the close relationship between the number of chicks placed in the area to the price of broilers 10 to 12 weeks later. Whenever the number of chicks reached a hish l e v e l , ' t h e price for broilers dropped to one of its i lowest levels about 10 to 12 weeks j later, as the birds reached m a r k e t , · weight. The local supply of mar- I ketabie broilers apparently has The results of the study have just been published by Ihe Arkansas A p r i c u l t u r a l F,xperiment Station as Bulletin 520, "Growth of the A r k a n s a s Broiler Industry." Ihe h»lief h ,h , ° ! cx " rc ' ss( " 1 reached its present level and also a h o u t somc of ils Problems can SWIM IHI AMtASSADOt · THI STATISMAN · THI (AMILII MODERN MOTORS 125 W. Mountain St., Fayetteville, Ark. the larger market outlets which j are located a great distance would : never have been established h a d j f l a | o t not been for Ihe goort quality'·""" of birds lhat the area wns able to · siiDpiy. They emphasized t h a t the Tft Iflin II ^ continued success of the industry '*"" Ul . in Arkansas should be thought of in terms of q u a l i t y as well a q u a n t i t y produced. The study also showed t h a t t h e i r * 'T° ," acra j M'*"' 11 TM anti nverajre a n n u a l f. o. b IVm nrif- l o " cl "" l J 0 . n 5ervi.r. He an- for broilers was higher in North': "° fu " tc . cd '" s TMe nal ' on ^terday, west Arkansas for lhc four years, I c f f c d l v c J u n p '· 1947 to 1950, than in the North! H n n r v Wnntl - i . Governor Mc- C.eorgia and Delmarva producing M ath ' s executive secretary, said Little Hoek-m-Siafn L a b o r , Commissioner C. K. Call is jnm- a'reas. The greatest spread occurred in 1947 when the a n n u a l price in Northwest Arkansas exceeded the Delmarva price hy 2.22 cents lier pound. The smallest ciifcrcnce Si a n n u a l prices between Nnrth- \) est Arkansas and either of the Deputy Labor Commissioner S. P. Dixon will serve as acting commissioner. Cali, who is jn Washington, was appointed hy Governor McMath in 1949. He previously was cm- ployed hy the Arkansas Democrat :.lher two areas was in 1B40 when for 27 years as a linotype opera- the. annual price in Northwest j ' nr - He is a member of Interna- M-kansas exceeded Ihe North G o o r g i a annual price by 0.62 cent \' pound. Cable points out lhat although rnj-thwest Arkansas is n-.t as r!ose tional Typographical Union. 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