Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 18, 1952 · Page 14
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June 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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NMTKWUT MKAMAS TIMIS, Foyttt.villo, Ark«m«. JUM II, I Ml M.1 In KmwmraK ^F^TISW IT^v^p V^ ^SfeH^Ms v^F^'K, I P.J7 MY J ' I \J I". ' ' " ' ter-V ..J ' '· ^JVei '·$· ''··'·' ··--\ \4;.-"^ ·"? Ihn 4| j ^ U;-^~'-:-.:...:,^\ I THINK THE OLD FELLOE Ht KEPT ME AWAY FROM ] '.Sg^S.'SrSJF WIS THE BOX TILL HE HEARD L^fES NOT SO SERIOUS. Utility Firms Make Reports To PSC More Information Is Requested By State Agency · Little Ncick-Wivrhe Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company submitted a partial report on its operating expenses yeslerdav to the Arkansas Public Service Commission in accordance with the PSC's re- i ctnt inquiry. Thr PSC requester! data from all utilities operating in Arkansas on H'lvertisinji pxpc-imv:. laice material purchases, c-nntracts, cn- tcrtaiiunciu expense:-, IPE;-!, fer.s and expenses of the ruinpanics and 1 thrir officials. : The gas firm supplied its opu'.'tt- r ing information fni 1950. but PSC : Commissioner John R. Thompson | SHKI the company a|j:n had born asked to answer the questionnaire for 105! and the first four months of 1D52. Yesterday tho Snuiliwestc-rn O.is and Electric Company filrd a partial report of its expenses. · However, the PSC asked for morn : complete information. SoiilhwoM- prn requested 111) arirlitiona] flays '· in which to return the completed questionnaire. In Prison Garb FEEL Today's Market-- | St. Louii Livejlork i I National Stockyards. Ill.-r/l'i- ! i USDA-Hogs 8,500: moderately ac- · ; live, uneven: weights I8n lb- 25 '· to 35 lower tlian Tuesday's aver- . ; age.; lighter weights 25 to mostly I i . r )0 lower; sows 25 to 75 lower most' . loss on some over 500 Ibs: bulk ' choice Nos. 1. 2 ami 3 1RO-230 Ibs; I 20.50-75; latter paid fairly freely · · by shippers and butchers, mostly., ! for choice No?. I and 2 100-220: I In?: 240-270 Ibs full width of I choice tirade 10 50-2(1 ·'.;! 2mi-:uin ' | Ills l8.75-ln.25; few lo 10.50: 1 5 0 - 1 170 Ibs I8.on-lfl.50; 120-140 Ibs 1 i 15.75-17.50; sows 400 Ibs d o w n ] Ease (hat tension Chew Wriglcy's Spearmint Cum. Pleasant chewing reduce* strain. Helps you i«l relaxed. Enjoy it »ny tiiw ' '"y" 1 ""' *·* *ood for _WK|6irVc Bc |lMfei»f NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Rate: 3 cent* per worf llngl* ig. · *ertion Three consecutive Iniertiomi 7 ctnti per word Minimum order 4Zc Clanified ad cash in advance--not taken over the telephone. Deadline for classified adf kfi-M '. a in dally; t:30 a m Saturday : Corrections and rerun cheerfully , made after hrit in«rt : on No corrtc' ; dons or rerun madt alter ad has **1 pi red NOTE: Advertising copj for paces is due at 12 noun the daj pre- · ceeding publication; 12 noon Saturday for publiiration on Honda* : LEGAL NOTICES I HOTICC ~ 1 In Tht P»k«l C.jrt Of ; watninctvn Cmnty, Arkanun , IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE i Lasl known adddrem of decedent I Roule , Fa.vettevillc. Arkansas. [Date of death: June 7th. 1952, An instrument dated November 16th 19.il. was on Ihe l.llh day of .lunp' ; 19:^. admitted to probate ai thp last i lull of the above named decedent . a n d Ihe undersigned h»i been an.' pointed executrix thereunder. A conies.! of the probate of the will can bf j effected only by filinc a petilion | within the lime provided by law Ali persons having claims ajainst Ihe estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within . '.six months from the dale of tht liri i publication of this notice, or they I shall be lorevcr barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate | u/'I'une'""^' ""' P ublish ed 18!n day , Florence Slr.ind Gregnry | fr.xecutnx. Route 2. ! Fa.vetlevillc. Arkansas ! June. 1S-2S .liilv 2-r OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams v/tli(V«E10 BAM, MB. IV ALI TEH«I, OME OE THE ISINIAN PILOTS ATTACHED T!3 YOUR IOW5T COtiTROL \m i wrt YOUU «»Vi WNK WITH ' AND ,SV COUNTRY IS GRATEFUL TO THf UNITED STATES COR ITS COOPERATION IN FIGHTING]THE WORST LOCUST PiftGuE IN A CENTURY. YDUR TECHNICIANS. PLANES AND IV-JECTICIDES MY WELi AVERT A FftMINE. £·· . : ICE CREAM FACTORY Y'SURE YDON'I WAN TA. C M31IC MIND i ^sKAK^y/'ianii,i^fc '} Jy GRAB ME \ / 1'P LIKE A \ / KIWDLY TALK IM OSiCC?. -"·''OFF A BALE M BOUOUET ) i AW TWOS, WOT BAL1TS , . or-THE: WHITE) OF THOSE / I AM'BUKIDLSS/VDU'CE '!/} OKIES AMP 1 VIOLETS. \ ) LOOKIM' ACROSS 'EM~~* A BUMPLE O AKIPABlft\ f I'M LOOl^lM' DOWM OF THOSC ) [ BUOCH OF DAISIES.' .RMTO r ^.^"^M^ '^^w^ : 'TM ·', ' . ;·/ a- ' THE DICTATORS AMP THE WORKER 10 S king* of Frincjt 6UILT A UTTER RESEMBLING A CAVE AND HIBERNATED IH IT HE LIVED TO THE AGE OFW KATHAIEN BeNTLEV Mohawk Ora. ATTHEA5EOP T WEEKS COULD BALANCE ON HER MOTHERS HAND FIIM PRODUCER Walter Wanger leaves the Los Angeles County Jail, along with other prisoners, for work on the county jail farm. Wangcr is starting a (our-ir.onth term for shooting Jennings Lang, agent of lu's wife, actress Joan ·_ Bennett. . (hueniatioiioij 17.25-75; heavier sows 15.25-](i.75; : itans H.OO-ili.OO: boars 11.50-14.0(1. . C.'iltle 2.200, calves opening slow: few sales good to low choice t-'trers 50 lower ,-.t 20.30-30 50; limited i aclion on utility ;md In\v eoinmer- · e i a l butcher steers and y^-ii line-;; :il 21.00 21.00: cows virtually at a standstill, with very few bids sharply lower; bulls opening 50 lower; utility and commercial 22 1111-25.00; cannnr and cutter bulls 17.00-21.110; vealers 1.00 lower; . gond ;ind choice veal"rs 29.00, 33.110. with limited number sorted I i prime lo .15.00; goorl to low primu j 250-400 Ib wights 28.00-33.00: ulility ar.:l cornmc'rciai \'ealers 21.011-27.00. Sheep 70(1: very slow, few cailv sates ciioice lo prime spring l.imo's 27.00-50: early lop 27.5n. which 50 under preceding day: not enough done however to fully establish mnrkc'.: very bearish undertone on scaltercd odds and "nds of old crop iambs and yearlings; opening sales slaughter ewes steady; cull lo good ewes 5.(10-7.50- a'ed bucks fi.on. On I he Radio New York-1/IVTonir.hl:' NBC - 7 Halls of ivy: 7:30 Great CJildersleeve; 8:30 Big Story; Summer Serenade. CBS - 7 Bis Town; 7MI1 Dr. Christian; R Red Skellc.n Comedy: 8:30 Peggy Lee with Binp Crosby. ABC - fi:30 Lone Ranger; 7:30 Top Oily Drama; 8 Mr. President; 8:30 Crossfire Interview. MRS - 7 Musical Comedy Hour; 8:05 Out of the Thunder, Science. C4rd Of THankl Wi- «Kh 1.1 rxpro". nnr unrrre ' than!: 1 ; nnrt .-.pin; ?'i;ion 11 our man;. , Iricn'ls runt reJiitivc 1 ; ulin \ve-e so I kind '.n us dunnt our rnrrnt berravr- ! tncnt o( rhc lop- o[ v.ir drnr r.u.-hnnd I and father I MIT J II Mslls t n d Mniily. i j WARNING OftDlft I In Tht Municlpil C»urt ; Of F.y.ltovMI*, WMhinflon Cunty, Ark*n»H CnnipbnJI-Bcll. Inc.. Plaintiff Mary Morse Defendant The Defendant Mary Morie in warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaini wu!il e Plamtiff in Ihe above «ntitl«rt Wnnp.w my hand and *eal of ihi* Court thin 2nd day of .Inn- 19S2 (SEAL) ENROLLMENTS bcinr taken for bp- XinnmR and advanced class in water color irrnnique to be held in Fayetteville I^te summer or earlv fall hv LaGuna Beach. Calif., artist.' For in'^"J^a^on writp BOX L-1S. TrTimr«. NOT1CK I PUBLIC SALE i THE Northwest Arkansas Sherp Breeders Association wilt hold their annual registered »hrep sale. Friday , -''me :n. m the University Animal , Industry Arena. Fsyettevillv. Arkansas. Fifty live head of rams and ! ewes will be sold. Show starts at 9 ! _?j_jn-. sale at j_ p. m. _ ' I WILL not be responsible for iTny dc-bts made by anyone except my- __»(?! f. Robert L. Bockner. West Fork. 1 FOR best results, sell or conalKn" yoFf I furniture, dishes, housenoJd appti- I ances. fools and article* of all kind* i to (hr Auction House. 1 ! a miles ! north of Springdalr on Highway 71 ; Phone 904. SpringrtalP. Auction sales ^-^^^}'^ f ^"^^^^y?^ -1 : JM , P rn . HELP ff AN'TTO _ · FULL time music teacher capable of Caching mu«ic in grade and high school. Mu*t meet minimum Oklahoma qunlifications and capable of producing musical programs for the school. Teaching certificate m a y be In any subject matter field. Lennn .Johnston, Superintendent, VMch. Oklahoma. \ 'he TIMER tfallr. WIDIUMDAI IVUNtN'l 6:00 Dinner Munic 6:15 Starlight 1im« tj%' 4 6:30 Nows 6.45 Ozark Sports Review ! So Classically Smart; 7:00 W a y n j King Show 7 : I S Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous ,7:4n Lombardo on the Air 8:on Bill Henry 8:05 Out of the Thunder fi:.ffl F a m i l y Theatre LAUGH TIME A FINE WAV FO' U5 T" START OUR MARR1KD UIFt- . OurA BY TH' BOARC?o'MIvAI.TH.':' WWAB'UL V.'E UVL. NOW*? D0« PATCH IOOH AT ,,,,.,... _ , ,,, ,..,. Ill 1 VIIM.'.'J BUT, IT BELONGS TO OUR i):00 MGM Musical Theatre of ti:« Air 9:30 MOM Musical Theatre nf the Air 10:00 News j l(l:l.i Plotter ParU I 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N'Shine 5 5(1 R.F.D. 1450 fi:00 Rise N' Shine fi:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise. N 1 Shine ! 8833 by 7:00 Koffee Klip Kaperi 7:30 Otasco N«w« 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers Burnett lino is a beatilifiillv tailored u!-,v.,i. t (roe!; thai keeps you 'kine yum lii'sl. i.- so easy' u, inder w i t h f t out Iniltiinmg. JNine · new shaped collar and hanriy R:0(l Robert Hurlcigh--M 3:l."i Mornins IJevotion fl:3n TIMKS Mornmn Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns f!:00 Morning Melodies 9:IS P.iula Stone Show fl:.10 Take a N mbr · ' 10:00 Food for Thought j 10:15 Linda's First Love | 1(1:30 Queen for a Day ll:(in Rhythm Ranch Hands i 11:15 Rauckase Commentary ! 11 :M Carl Smith 11:30 Chfrch of Christ , 1I:4S Musical Roundup · . 11 'S5 Markets THlmSDA* AFTEBNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 1 12 IS News at Noon 1 12-30 Chuck Wagon Jamhorre 12:45 Riders of the Purple SaRe · 12. II, 4 yard., Me for "I suppose you've already eaten the popcorn." _ r.ltlcin No 8833 is a petfotaleii p a t t e r n in M/ Ili, lil. 20. 4(1, 42. Siw II of 31-inch. For this pattern, send KAC1I, in COINS, your name, i,,l'. dress, sizes desired, and the PAT · TF.RN MUMMER to Sue Burn»tt i Norlhwesl Arkansas Times, ii.Sfi Ave. Ameri.-.if, New Yntk 3fi X v I R.isir FASHION for '52 is filled' with ideas tc make your clothe. i hudcot go further -- ttmr-savins nnd economical rtwlgns that are easy tn sew. GUI pattern printed I inside. 25 ccnU. 1:00 RASFBALL Chir.-iso Cuhi Vs. Uninklyn 2:15 A f l e r n o o n V.irictiM 3:00 3-30 Swing Session Tune Plck'n Tim* «:fm :,10 Tune Piek'n Tim* Tune PlcK'n Tim* 5:00 Sgt. Preston of t!» Yukon ,V30 Sky KinK 5:55 Cecil Brows

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