Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 17, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 17, 1952
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«u«THWBT ARKANSAS TUNIS, More Workers Idled As Result Of Steel Strike Curtailments Near In Plants Making War Munitions Pi«sburgh-(/P)-The two-week- eld steel strike slashed deeper than ever into the nation's economy today as some plants making war munitions reported curtailments near because o£ a shortage of steel. In addition to the 650,000 CIO ·teelworkcrs who walked out June Z when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled President Truman had no right to seize the industry, more than 100,000 workers in allied industries are idle. These include nearly 50,000 coal miners in seven states and more ' than 30,000 railroaders employed by a dozen carriers. Nearly 25,noo more are idle in Industries dependent on steel. These include sailors on Great Lakes ore boats, ore miners, coke workers, river boat crews, oil and gas pipeline workers, construction crews, and workers in other steel-related fields. Announcements that t h r e e companies will be forced to stop making munitions this week came as the government and the United Steelworkers sought to work out a plan to start enough steel flowing from the struck mills to prevent a crippling halt in the production of weapons. At Cleveland, Lempco Products, Inc., said it was forced to halt making mortar shells today because of steel shortages and had to lay off 500 employes. The Oldsmobile Division of General Motors said a shortage of seamless steel tubing will force it to shut down its 3.5-inch rocket plant at Lansing, Mich., on June 23. In Detroit, it was reported the Ford Motor Company may be forced to close down rocket production before the end of the week because of a shortage of tubing. Officials of the General Motors Cadillac tank plant at Cleveland said it has enough steel for from 10 days to two weeks of operation. PERHAPS 'MOO' AND 'BAA' ARE SAME LANGUAGE nATr r, j . ---- -- - KUllMudenls To Be Trained Mmmm. Tut«loy, J un . 17, W* MARY. A PUREBKCD shorthorn, stands placidly as motherless lambs cavort at feeding time and farmer j William Pctrie looks on in Perthshire, England. Mary lost her own calf, »o Petrie put a motherless I n m b : with her. She cared for the lamb so well he now has given flve motherless lamba to her. (International]/ Clinic On Price Ceiling Actions Is Scheduled Recent ceilings price actions taken by the Office of Price Sta- bilitzation will be explained to businessmen of Fayetteville and vicinity in a clinic to be held at the Chamber of Commerce office in Fayetteville Thursday morning. Wesley J. Clordon, manager ot the Fayetteville Chamber, announced today that arrangements for another price clinic for this area have been completed w i t h plans for OPS representatives to be at the Chamber of Commerce office from 9 a. m. to 12 noon. All sellers of this area not clear on any part of ceiling price regu- · Intions covering their commodities j or services are invited to visit the clinic. Hired Man Is Charged With Slaying Two Signs Statement Relating Attacks In Oklahoma Seminole, Okla.-(/P)-An Indian hired man was charged yesterday with the murder of two Seminole I County Indian farm women who i wore found shot and beaten t o ! death in their beds Sunday morning. Freeman Wesley, 23, had worked four years on the farm. County Attorney Tom Smith said Wesley signed a statement admitting he clubbed Mrs. Oliver Spencer, 47, and her mother- in-law, Mrs. Anna Clark, 63, with a baseball bat and then shot them with a .410 gauge shotgun. Smith quoted Wesley as saying he went to the Spencer hnme j time. The hired mnn was found in about i n p. m. Saturday and ask-' a small cottaRe near Wetumka cd for a loan. The farm is six j early yesterday. State troopers miles northeast of Seminole. Mrs. j and sheriff's deputies, aided by Spencer refused to give him the bloodhounds, had searched for money and he went back again · him all evening, at 4 a m., for another try. | Wreley was armed with a Wesley said he became angry butcher knife and ice pick when whcn hc w « refused tile second ! found, but did not resist arrest Work At Army Camps Assigned | Seventy-four U n i v e r s i t y ItOTC I FtuHents w i l l repnri to two d i f ' fcrenl A r m y bnses late t h i s j inniiih for fix weeks t r a i n i n g un; tier aetive d u t y conditions. i Thirty-six men will report to j Camp Gordon. Cn., June 21. to n t : tend the Sicnal Corps nOTT sum' mer camp. The remaining -in men, assiened to The I n f a n t r y , w i l l report to Fort RcnniiiR. Ga., June 21. At both bases the cadets w i l l spend as much time as possible ·working with actual equipment. Classroom time win be cut tn n minimum. During the last t\vn weeks, both I n f a n t r y and Signal Corps students will bivouac in the field, operating the equipment they have been studying. G r a d u a t i o n ceremonies will be conducted at bot,!! Camp Gordon i and Fort Benning July 31, when those students who have com- : pletcd the required academic i ROTC training will be commis- · sioncd second lieutenants in the ' '2 GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland Bret, locfctr Plant SHORTEST C R O W N C O A C H to LITTLE ROCK-MEMPHIS Go in the weather-conditioned comfort of a Crown Super Coach--over the shortest all-paved scenic route to Little Rock. 7 convenient schedules daily to serve you. Come in or call for schedules and information. UNION BUS DEPOT 103 N. Colle 9 « p hon , 65 SHIP YOUR PACKAGES BY BUS! Come in for a Pat Herrington Award Goes To John El rod The Pat C. Herrington award of j $50 has been given to John Elrod. '· Rison, for outstanding work in ' the constitutional law course of i the University School of Law. Dr. ' Robert A. Leflar, dean, has announced. · The high ranking student in the j course was T. C. Carlson, vice ! president of the University. Hc | waived his right to receive (he i award, and it was then presented j to Elrod, who ranked second in the class. | The award will be used for the I purchase of books of the student's I choice. It is presented by Pat C. ! Herrington of Little Rock. The New York football G i a n t s ' will open their 28th annual sea-i ton in the Polo Grounds, Oct. 19lh ·gainst the Chicago Cardinals, i Clem Koshorek, rookie infield- «r for the Pittsburgh Pirates, is t h e ' smallest player in the majors. Ho Is five feet five and weighs 165 : pounds. ' Too Fat? Tok« en* Wofix Wafer b«ler« each mtol. No rfufiw fiiMliery. Ul»tf by ihoviandi on tn , ^. vita of rhtir rfocfon Wol« U th. ,.£ "ay £ l»tf wtigM wjfhovi /;, f . mg.hunger. Each Waft* Wof.r !,·» ih. hungl" *«"*t|»n0 topoeity «f 1 Ib. reded polatoti, « r 3 tlicet o) Awhjit bread at 3 rot"*' "" 0nllini onl F Dtxrorii ProUitUn,) lomplti ind clinical dais omp!t|rf by phyiitiont cortmtttd w i t h on* of Niw Yftrk'i largitt h»|. piialt an rt«utir. (Ji» your liltirhto*. Wat., oval),.,!, wiftl. (Hit « · It || * now your present ear is probably -in fade on a new 52 DODGE ONLY - » f. r ,,,,,!, JJ uwlr IS. W.(» U th. mon ««,,,,. w«ir I* rtAif.. O.) II in the hr«w OTr *rvff (·in«tl . (·in«tl ihi* w rf W*r», IM., tttw VM* II, N.V. c«f riifhi ifsj wrf., i n , | r «f III* br FirtlliTlll* Dnif CREDIT RESTRICTIONS ARE UFTED., MONTHLY PAYMENTS ARE LOWER J COME IN...FIND OUT HOW EASV IT IS TO OWN A OODOE NOW] And look what you get! * Daiiling Array of New Spring Colors! * Famous Oriflow Ride that smoothes bumpiest roads/ * Watchtower" Visibility for greater safety/ * More head room, leg room, hip room I * Money-Swing Dodge Dependability! FREE PROOF Dodgt Oives Mor« for Your Money Cim« in for yoyr frc« "Show Down" booklet thai l e t s you compare Dodge, foaiuro by feature, with cart coiling hundrodi of dollon mart. MAKI YOURS A T R O U B L E - F R E E V A C A T I O N IN A DEPENDABLE DODOi HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS* 14-22N.CollegeAve. LAST 4 DAYS Gardenhire Jewelry Co. 15 N. Block Fayetteville WISHES TO EXPRESS OUR THANKS TO THE HUNDREDS OF FRIENDS OF THIS STORE WHO ATTENDED THIS SENSATIONAL PUBLIC DISPOSAL We Hove Added New Merchandise ond Cut Prices on Lots of Items Here A Visit Here Will Convince You!! READ? THE BARGAINS HERE for ALL Entire Stock of Small Appliances - - COFFEEMASTERS - TOASTERS - BROILERS-MIXMASTERS, - DEEPFRYERS « U Jt!!^ M " UNIVER SAL- DORMYER-GENERAL ELECTRIC -CANFIELD- Gifts for the June Bride Reductions Up To 30% Last Call Entire Stock of China ware Crystal ware Canterbury" - "Knowles" - "Smith" - "Haviland" MY5TCRY PACKAGES! NEW LOT EACH DAY- VALUES UP TO $30. COME IN AND GET ONE - IT'S FUN! YOU MAY GET A WATCH - _ ^ ^ S f OO ^ A Mu , Tfflx Cheek the Bargains Listed Here: Come in Today! Shop in (he Cool Evenings Til 9 P.M. Free Gift With Every Purchase This Site Ends Sitonkv Manhattan $6 $10 Wallett 2.95 $5 Four Color Automatic Pencilt 98c $1.95 Pearl Choker 59c Child's Bracelet and Locket . S9c $5 Rhinestone Choker ond Brocelet 2.95 Child's Silver Cup 1.98 Hand Carved Cameo Sets . 2.9S Rogers Sterling Knife ond Fork, Child's 2.98 $1.00 Ball Pens, Famous Brand, 3 for 1.00 "Sunbeam" Electric Razor 18.95 Child's $10 Bracelet, Set Genuine Diamond 4.95 Compacts, New All Sites 50 off Snake Key Chains, White or Yellow 1.49 Rogers Silverware, service for 6 23.95 Cross with Genuine Diamond . . 4.95 Men's 7.50 Cuff Links Tie Holder 2.95 Ladies' $15 Wallets 2.95 Men's or Ladies' Birthstonc Rings 50'' off $20 Strands of Pearls 3.95 Rhinestone 'Maranne' Earrings 1.49 16" Serving Tray, Silverplate 30% -off Genuine "Zircon" '/a Pfic« Men's $30 WatchM, Woterproof 16.95 $3 Rhinestone Pint, Hond Set 95c All Costume jewelry . */fr Prica Auto. Wind $50 Wotches 24.95 Calendar Watches. Time and Date Accurate 29.95 $5 "Edgemaster" Pinking Shears 2.45 Watch Bands, Ladies' Infant Rings, 10-12 Kt. Gold . 40 ^ off CRAWFORD, ROAMER, ROBOT, OTHER WATCHES 50 OFF REG.PRICE BULOVA - GRUEN HAMILTON - LONGINES WATCHES MEN'S OR LADIES' 30% REG OFF PRICE Entire Stock of Diamond Rings at Cost!! BRIDAL SET KING EDWARD SILVER SALT Solitaire Band SILVERWARE AND PEPPERS 18.95 Service for 8 Beauty DIAMOND SOLITAIRE «* *A Pojr 95.00 3.00 Value WEDDING BANDS For Him and Her 40°o Off Hammered Aluminum Hiball Glasses 1.19 each ALL CLOCKS Reduced 20°. SILVERPLATE BUTTER DISH 5.95 SCATTER PINS New Dcsignt 88c IT'S THE LAST FINAL PRICE SLASH TO MOVE OUT THIS ENTIRE QUALITY STOCK OF AMERICA'S FINEST NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS DON'T FOR YOUR POCKETBOOK'S SAKE MISS THIS SALE! FOLLOW THE CROWDS -- MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE GARDENHIRE JEWELRY CO. 15 NORTH BLOCK ST. FAYETTEVILLl -- OPEN TIL 9 P.M. DAILY -- i

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