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June 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Jfc -.MOtTllWBT AtlUMUI IWtt fn****,. AI*MM» TtMtatoy, J UB . 3, |, sl Ml JflENJOY! straight to · your heart to thrill you again and agolnl now White f* and ^1 It * ibeven It Dwarfs coiMir »· H»r H i ·f«r*ntw SONGS; Starts Thursday WORLD'S LARGEST HELICOPTER TO CARRY TANKS shorn lambs which held above 28.00; also couple other loads clips and considerable sprinkling Rood and choice spring lambr; few !ils of which 27.00-29.00; best held upward to 30.00 and above; general undertone strong; slaughter CWM steady; cull to food shorn ewes 6.00-11.00. IKE TURNS OVER NATO COMMAND TO RIDGWAY . WORLD'S LARGEST ling and picking ig craft, known 10 feet from tip HIJICOfTH, built to car;. y hl , a vy artillery, tanks, bridge .cctlons and truck, up the cargo I, dl.plnyc-l at the Howard Hughe, aircraft plant In Culver city a. the X-H-17, I. e.tlmalcd to weigh JO Ions, .land 40 feet high and I, anor ,0 tip. Exact .pacification, arc a U. S . Alr Kurce .ecret. Zr , n i o^l bv .trad C.f The" Plane-Supported Raid On Communist-Held Island Carried Out With British Frigate Assisting The following pooled dispatch reasons, by International News Service! Correspondent Cecil Brownlowj ' w a n heavily censored for security CKC.L BKOWNXOW RtTIREV tot My Money I keep my dollar, working hard in an «v, ngs iccoum whcre , arc pounded tw,ce . yMr , , nd where , Ahoard nrilish light aircraft National Award For Advertising Won By Gas Firm Arkansas Western Gas Company won third place in the Public Utilities Advertising Association's 1952 Better Copy Contest for the best newspaper advertisement promoting the use of natural fas. President L. L. Baxter, announced today. This contest was conducted by the Public Utilities Advertising Association to determine and (jive recognition to the cst advertising by public utility companies during the year of 1951. Nearly 1,400 entries in 22 differ- I l advertising classifications' were judged. Gas, electric and transportation utility' companies from practically every state and from Hawaii and Canada participated. The awards are regarded as representing the highest recognition obtainable in the utility advertising field. WHILE THBK WIVES IOOK ON at left, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, 61, retiring commander, and his succes- .' «or, Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, 57, salute the colors at the change-oi-command ceremonies on the erounds ' of SHAPE, the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) headquarter! outside Paris. Eisenhower told-' _Kldgway:_"l leayewith the certainty we can meet any challenge." (International RndiopholoJ poarcd, it came from the wrong Arkansas Western Gas Corn- direction and pushed the junks P an y r u n s advertising in the 22 into n wrong beach under a ncws P»PCrs that serve this North heavily fortified Chinese hill. j antl Wcst Arkansas area. The prize 1 winning ads were published in the Primaries Watched As General Goes Home carrier ocean off Korea (Delayed! As the raiders poured onto the --Distributed by AP) - The Brit-! beach, they were pinned down b y i -- ·"·=·· Isn frigate Amolhyst, which once! heavy Red artillery, mortar and I * fought out of a Chinese lied t r a p - s m a l l arms fire. Finally after two Lightning has struck the Emon the muddy Yangtze River.j hours the raiders were forced to PiTM Slate Building in New York turned her small K ims on a Kor- j retire but they look one prisoner j ci| y as many as 12 times in '0 can peninsula Sunday in a daring j As fantastic as the plan sounds, minutes without doing d a m a g e " r f l l d - ! it often produces results. On May I ~" ~ The plan called for the Ame- I '5 l ^ °TM". making its first tou'r [ When Egyptians stopped u^ing (By The Associated Press) Primaries in three states and a ' convention in a fourth formed a j | political backdrop '."'lay as Gen. I Dwight Eisenhower swapped his | miliary career for a chance to be president. At his own request, the five-star | general is retiring without p a y ; frnm the Army lie has served for 37 years. After a f i n a l round o f ! conferences in Washington -- i n - 1 eluding a meeting with newsmen at the Pentagon -- he heads for his Kansas home. serve at next month's national California too where 70 GOP and conventions in Chicago. 68 Democratic delegate votes weTM Psychological Priio at stake. But to Eisenhower and his chief: Warren Luhii Enemltt rival for the Republican nomina-1 California r n ,, IT, i nr lion, Ohio's Sen. Robert Taft. the I backed b v t h , . ? f » t . - i H^"?"' psychological prize far outweighed pCbl.cans in hlf hfrt' f d ,'h g **' U, Mnal, number of delegate votes ^1TM' ^^ »^J£ TM ,, , T- ,. ' has accu ^rf political foes of. wa?-- Taft and Eisenhower were rated ] ing a hate campaign. Last night ncck-and-neck for South Dakota's ho said they had spent a hall- 14 GOP votes. It is their last I million dollars in an effort to de - , en gyp thysl to lay down fire support for j °. f Korean waters, supported a: scarabs at the - ··--|...... t .I., | . - -- i --.--·* "-«* o , a^aiaus tii me end of the 26th paper-sail j u n k s scheduled lo raid similar operation with the A us-! dynasty, foreigners continued to the Communist peninsula. The ! I!? 1 "" 1 . dcs troyer HMS Balaan. j make imitations of Ihcm Amethyst knew her job well. Fon raiders rounded up 109 pris- weeks in 1040 she had traded,"" 10 TM l n a t limo ' shells wilh Chinese Communist I *~ shore b.-dtcries as she lav helpless I _ Zrcnr^oma^nairri ^^ ""TM- maneuvered oft the sandbar and * "--~~ ran to freedom. St. Louis Llventock Ntxt Dividend June 30th. Will You Shore In It? FAYETTEYILLE BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION OTer Thirlr Yean of Strrlc. lo Thl. Communii r . Sunday, she pumped shells onto he peninsula while British Navv Firefly and Sea Fury fighter tlancs from the carrier Ocean sent rockets, bombs and .20 mm. eannon fire smashing into Chinese rcvVtments. At dawn (he wooden junks, rowded with raiders, began inch- ng toward the beach, nlmnsl with- n car shot of the former Kacsong armistice conference site. Then the wind died, the junks .stopped and the Communist shells began to fall. For an uneasy hour and a half, the little junks remained almost motionless, In the narrow span between a U. N.-hcld island and the Communist-held mainland. The Beds rushed in reinforcements. Planes from the Ocean | hammered at them in waves, but, I here were too many lo stop and! too few planes. But the raiders were determined to land, overrun Communist hill positions and round up prison- rs. When the wind finally rcap- National Stockyards, lll.-W)- ! (USDA)-Hogs 11,000; weights 180 | Ibs up 25 lo 35 higher than Mon I day's average; lighter weights I and sows 25-50 higher; bulk choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ibs 21.50-85; 240-270 Ibs full width of choice grade 20.50-21.40; 280-315 l i b s 19.25-20.00; 150-170 Ibs 2050| 21.75; 120-140 Ibs 18.25-20.00; sows 400 Ibs down 18.25-19.00; mostly 18.50 up; heavier sows 17- 00-18.2S; stags 14.00-16.00; boars 13.50-15.50. Cattle 2,500, calves 1.300; trad- Ing slow; some early sales good and choice steers and heifer yearlings about steady at 30.00-33.00; very few sales barely steady on utility and commercial cows at 22.50-25.00; canners and cutters 16.50-22.00; bulls 25 lower; utility and commercials 24.00-26.50; cutter bulls 20.00-22.00; vealers steady; good and choice 30.00-36.00; sorted primes 38.00 with utili- and commercial 22.00-29.00. Sheep 1,200; not enough to establish price trend; run includes load choice and prime old crop Properly processed whale meat is hard to distinguish from beef, says the Nalional Geographic Society. In South Dakota and California,! Republican and Democratic p r i - ; · maries alike were selecting pre*i- ' i dential-nominating delegates. Dem: i Dcratic delegates were being chosen j in an Alabama primary and in a I Maryland convention. i j At first blush, the South Dakota . balloling looked unimportant I only 14 Republican and eight Dem-' ocratic delegates being elected t o 1 clear-cut joust before the July 1 convention. A Taft victory could dull some of the luster of the general's homecoming. A win for Eisenhower would make him a hard man to s'.op at the convention. The Democratic race there, bv _ , comparison, was mild. Sen. Estes Republican -- Taft 420 "Eise'n" Kefaurer of Tennessee was a hower 387. Nomination requires feat him. Kefauver and Taft are front- runners in th; Associated Press- tabulation of nation-wide delegate strength. The tally--based on concessions, pledges, instructions and avowed preferences and not including today's results--shows:' favorite over 1 a .stale organization slate pledged to Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota. 604. Democrat--Kefauver 150, Rus-" 864, W. Averell Harriman . ( Miii-.y ui ivuiinuMjL.i. sen Hti J ?, w. Averell Ha 1 i Republicans took top billing in 85VJ;. Nomination needs 816. Congratulations /· Your Own Son Kratljf for a Knuiet ill If tir Cliculilltn D.. p«rtm«nt K«i · rvutn «p»n* Inf In y«tir «ri«, whan your ·····let boy m«y 44 iKil nitl (rilftlni te hli daytlnt icti*«llnf. N t w ' t · ftea* limt for Mm U iltill to Our Carrier GRADUATES · YOUNS MEN with 'anl eye to the future, «t well . . as fhe present, ar* thecar- rier-boyi who «r» now graduating from high tchooli and newspaper routes. They ar* mor* than likely to iuccoed because TWO great educational forces--th« American school system and the daily newspaper--hav* joined hands to give them a head start in life. Ai high school graduates, these ambitiout young men have proved exceptional students. As newspaper carriers, they have gained valuable experience by learning how to run a modern business enterprise successfully. In many cases, the regular route income has enabled tham to pay a good part of their school, sports and personal expenses -- and save money for college or specialized training. W* ar* proud of their accomplishments at young businessmen and as high school graduates, and offer them our heartiest congratulations. Gladly wt join their paranti, teachers, classmates and subscribers in wishing tham outstanding success in whatever carters they may choose. 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