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June 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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59 Miles 01 Reads Added To State System · Commission Adopts . Plan May 28 But Keeps It Quiet Little Rock-(/P) - The Arkansas Highway Commission has added! fnore than 50 miles of roads (o the; state highway system. The reso-i lutions on taking in the roads| were adopted May 23, but nr an- j npuncement of the commission's action was made at that time. The new roads are: Jefferson County, the Kherrill- Ellerson- road, \vhich begins at Bfate Highway Ifi about one-fourth of a mile southwest of Sherrill, then southwest In Ellerson, then south to the junction with High- { ^·ay 70. 4.2 miles. St. Francis County, the Hughes- west or Twin Bridges road, which extends from Hughes via the Twin Endues to Highway 50, about 12 miles. Mississippi County, about a 23- mile planned route which starts at Althestan and continues south i ond southwest tn the Crittenden ] County lein. No previous road e\'- Ists. KOJE: SOMETHING TO CRY ABOUT West Fork " Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Garnett have as their guests this week, Mr. Garnett's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Carne.lt, and his sisters. Mrs. Lentta Taylor and Mrs. Carrie Watts, all of \Virbita. Kan. Miss Cora Lee Clifton has moved to Carnall Hall in Fayetteville. Vhere she will attend the Univer- sitv this summer. The Presbyterian Vacation Bible School will start Monday, June 16, at 8:30 a. m. at the Presbyterian church. Two s t u d e n t s from the College of the Ox-irks will assist with the school. Children from fbur to 16 years of age may attend. Dwindling Exports Of Cotton Result In Fewer Jobs In Mills Of United Stales By RICHARD F1SKK NPW Ynrk-i/P) - Dwindling c-x-! j porls tn far corners nf the world 1 mean fewer jnhs in the cottnn mills of New England * and the South. Exports of American cotton cloth . have been holding up f a i r l y w e l l . ' But the competition is setting, keener. International markets are being reduced. : All around the world cntltm. textiles are being over-produced. One textile man says it's netting to the point where there just a r e i not enough people f buy (he output nf so many modern mills. Some of thf smaller under-developed countries have e s t a b l i s h - , ed textile industries, many of them uneconomic. They chose textiles, w i t h the help of American foreign aid- funds, because traditionally it is an industry that supplies lots of jnbs. There is a scarcity nf dollars i n . many of the once-lucrative m a r - j kets for American cloth. K x c h a n j r e | restrictions mid import qunt.is ami cropping up again in textile 1m- portinn countries. American cntlnn manufacturer*, m a n y of whom lielieve fhr. d a r k est days nf their domestic recession are over, now er these intern a t i o n a l complications its their Kreale.M worry. Employ* 3D 1.000 Trsnsla\\i\z P\pnris mtn terms of jobs leaves t h i s jiicUire: The American rotton textile In- dustry provides about 500,000 Jobs when operating at c-ipacitv. Textile men nay a mirnvi! b r e a k down to support thir, c a j i A n t v operation U'fliilft be sale of ftf) pT cent of the p r o d u r u n n in t h i ? country and 10 per cent ni Thin 10 per cem th;it i.- ed, they added, accounts for about SO,000 of the total jobs. R i c h * no-* ,th* cottnn textila i n d u s t r y is f-rnplovlng about 391,000 w n r k e r s ,tn/1 b exporting n;:ht per rent of its output. SUPER! feoftyt Heartburn -Hello TUMS! Qtudi relief (or low ftotntch. TUMS fM THE TUMMT HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery DEFIANT COMMUNIST prisoners on Ko)« island really get lomethlng to cry ibout a^ a gu-muked British (oldier (left) hurls · tear gu grenade into the North Korean officers' Compound 66. Watching are Maj. Dawney Bancroft (foreground), commander of the King's Shropshire light infantry, mud an American guard (right), flnternationalj X-Rays Thai Put TV Picture On A Screen Expected To Help Doctors In Diagnoses ChiraEo-i/P)-X-rays t h a t put a .on the screen, or take movies 01 i picture nn a TV screen can make still photograph. 1 : of it. :a mosquito seem as big as a grape! f r u i t , These now pictures promise t, jsafe, easy method of X-raying to [detect early cancer? or other trou- Buckner bles of the stomach or intestines. Or of l o t t i n g a doctor watch oxact- when he sets happens , broken bones. The flontine word known as SargasEum collects in the middle i today to the Arrerican Medical o t t n e whirling water in the North | Association by Robert J. M Atlantic Ocean known as the Sargasso Sea. The X-ray device was described University of Chicago physicist. Mr. and- Mr. J. H. Harper o f Pine Bluff and Miss Hebeccahj Martin of Martinsville, who have 1 been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leoi Berry, returned to their homes [ Monday. j Mrs. Louise Proctor and Mrs. Earl Logue of Fayetteville were Akron Modtra Truss MV*llff Back Pad - No protnid- , N P W lay iiud poiii to wear l l l » ¥ w the clothing--ntert/^^r^..^ · X-ray" pictures of the middle of ' guests of Mrs. Owen Johnson me human body arr b a r {n '-'·'* '· Tuesday. dearly without using a fairly j Mrs NeUie Brooks is the guest heavy dose of X-rays, Some meln- ! l h i p week of Mr . and M r s George od is needed that uses a light , Brooks of . Drakes C r e e k t dose but gets clear pictures, and _,, _ . , . . _, , .. . ° * Thp VripnHchm Phih m a method suitable for mass survey use like chest X-rays to spot tu- bereulosip. Moon's device gets X-rays from The Friendship Club met Tuesday with Mrs. EMzabeth Wilson. Mrs, Coratee Barman, a former member, was given a "going away" shower, and Mrs, Marie Atkisson 'Old StyU Tntu Back Pcdj--NcJ; thi viiutvi- ·onw stud poata causing discomfort. OLD Red Cross Drug Store H, Side Square Phone 490 electrons hitting a tungsten mi- · -get. The rays go through a tiny was siren a birthday shower, pinhole, and f o r m - a pattern. But "Flower 1 - games were won by onjy one in 10,000 of the rays gets ! Mrs. Gladys Spillars, Mrs. Doris through. ' !-»..,,i-- **-,. A 41,,-,.,.TM -«j ·»*,, The rays pass through the body, Drake, Mrs. Atkisson, anrl Mrs. the body, Edith Von Erdmannsdorff. Mrs ,, bursts nf Charles Lairiamore and Mrs ultraviolet or Funtan rays. A lube ! Charley Caldwell of Fayettevill picks up those rays, turns them | were guests. Mrs. Cordia Drak into electric impulses, and mul- then are turned tiplies them many millions ... times. These impulses go through assisted the hostess in serving. Billy .Toe Cook of Clarksville is the guest of his uncle and aun l i m e s , i nese impulses go inrougn IP me gurai uj. m uncie anu auni a TV viewing tube, and appear ! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lariamore magnified on the screen. The pic- j Mr. and Mrs. Billy Earl Phelan hires are a thousand times more I who have been guests of Mr. and brilliant than the usual ones on a j Mrs. Hobert Phelan, have return- fluoroscnpic screen. , n ,* to their home at Jefferson City, The doctor ran watch the picture | Mo. THE FARMER'S FRIEND COOK CHEMICAL CD'S STOCK-BARN-GARDEN INSECT KILLER 25% CONCENTRATE 12 ;°3 D.D.T. -- 12 : = c C H I C R D A N E ·JOK CHEMICAL CO EASY TO MIX-ECONOMICAL 1 OT. MAKES UP TO 24 GALLONS OF SPRAY OR DIP BRINGS COSTS DOWN TO AS IfTTLE ASBcA GALLON EQUALLY EFFECTIVE ON POULTRY, LIVESTOCK, DOGS, TREES, SHRUBS AND FARM BUILDINGS When Uted According to Directtom Hiram, Ohio, who bought th home nf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bar man, plan to move here in th near future. Mr. and Mrs. Bar man left Wednesday for Oklaho ma City, Okla., where they havi bought a new home. Mr. a n d ' M r s . Parker Rushinj entertained with a picnic suppe Tuesday night at their home, hon oring Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thur man and children of Pasadena Texas. Guests were Lt. Col. an' Mrs. Reuben Blood, Mr. and Mrs L. S. Terhune and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Timbrook and daughter of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Ar vjl Arnett and daughter of Farmington. Members of the Buckner Baptist Church met Tuesday night work on the church grounds. A cooperative dinner was served. Prach Harvni Ntar Little Rock-(/P)-An A r k a n s a s peach cmp of 1,701,000 bushels was forecast yesterday by the Department of Agriculture. The early crop should begin to come out in abdut 10 days. Accident KIIN Safety Expert Biggleswade, England-OPj-Las 1 night George S. Loath, father of five, lectured his trade union on .he importance of careful driving. Today Lcalh. 42, was killed in a collision between his motorcycle and a truck. Your Travel Bargain! For bu«ne« or pleuure, for ihort iripi or long trif» . . . Crown Coach ii today'i biggest trjvcl bargain. Frequent icheduln iniJ heart of city depot! make it exrra convenient, too. Avk for ichcdulei and faret . , , anywhtrt! UNION BUS DEPOT III N. CoIlHi Phoni II rout IT tun PEMV ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT! GIANT THIRSTY BATH TOWELS · 22'x44" SIZE! NEW DECORATOR COLORS! DOORS OPEN AT 9A.M. RAYON BtMBERG SHEERS ·'Lou of Mylei.vt loti lofcalonl · Not monotone* r; . g*y floralt! fr %' j · Hurry in .-- no more when jV-rH Uley ' re S ° BeI £x\ -_ '· ALL HAND EMBROIDERED! IMPORTED LINENS · TABLE CLOTHS! · SCARFS! NAPKINS! · PILLOW CASES! · CHAIR BACK SETS! Ea. GLARE SHIELD! POPLIN CAPS · Woter Repellent! · Cool · Comfortable! CHECK THESE ITEMS FOR DAD' f / Short Sleeve Sport Skirt . . . .0.49 Rayon-Nylon Slocks . . . .^.{,4.98 Perfect Fit Undershirts . . . .\ .49 Beautiful Argyle Socks . . . ., .49 Men's Tennis Shorts 2.98 Pajama and Robe Sets . . . . 6.90 Men' Swim Trunks 1.98 SCHOOL'S OUT! lime f o r D E N I M S ! 9%ste SIZED FOR PERFECT FIT! nm Proportioned to hi* «ize and weight! Penney's J e a n s No more gue«sing1ilbufhi«'Biie! Penney's jeani are scientifically. graduated according to hit site and weight. Sanforizedf denims heavily reinforced, zipper fly, MJlcIoth pockets. ' Will not .brink more thin 1% Cotton Plisse Shirt Dazzlera THEY DONT HAVE TO BE IRONED! Color-bright out. Cool, ' iturdy, * completely waihable. 2 to 18. LITTLE GIRLS' JEANS J98 Siied for her growing figure. Ne«t tide ilppcr, · m o o t h yoke back. Bright omnge stilrhing, copper riven. Snnfor- iicd.f 7-14.

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