Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 24, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 24, 1952
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Ubituory Jtohn Frank "Jack" Sandtrt Jnhn Frank "Jack" Sunders, 55, c#ieei unexpeclpdly nt 6:45 p. m.. Apsterday at his home in Clnvis, K. M., of a heart attack. HP was a fnrmrr reslrlrnt of Fnynttcvillo, nnd a brnihrr nf Goorqp Senders nf Fay rtt evil IP. Other Mirvivors nrp his wifn. Mrs. Hrlon Sander?; a son, Ralph; t\vn sistprs, Mrs. J. T. Murrrll nf Ciovis, ami Mrs. rjrarl Hushes nf Srlma. Calif Funeral sorvicos will hn hrlrt Thursday or Friday in CInvjp. Mr. and Mrs. Grnrw Knndrrs and prandrnn. Tnmmy. worn tn leave today for Clovis. Infant Harris A cravncjdp s^rvjcp fnr thp infant Harris, =nn nf N'nrnian and Mirn.irct Harri= \vhn Hind this morn ins at tho City Hospital, was flt bp rnnriiiPtnrl nt thn Mount S.ilrm cpmrtory this afternoon by thp TUv. Mr. Sturkny. Arranco- mrnt? nro in charge of Moore's Funrral Chaprl. Survivors am thp pa mils; nr.p brnthor. .Top nf thp honip; nnn sis- IT, Nnrma of the Imnip; paternal fir.indparrnfji, Mr. and Mr?. O. I,. Flarris or Kayrtfrvillr; mntornal prnnriparmu, Mr. ;ind Mrs. Harrisnn Garlctt of M«nb, Utah. He Indicates Intentions Are Best In World I.awioncohurc. K average; mostly 35 tn 40 off; lighter weights 50 to 1.00 lower, with some under 150 Ibs off considerably more in uneven trading; sows 25 tn 511 o f f ; b u l k c-hnu-e N'os. 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ibs 202540; latter paid freely early by shippers and butchers fnr choire N'fis. 1 and 2 190-220 Ibs; few sales down tn 20.15 or less; most rhnire or ''harles W. Ynim K had an apnl- 240-270 Ibs full width of crade "oelic note today from a prisoner 10.25-20.10; 180-325 )l« 13.00-!!.-,; «'"" fl « t n(1 county lockup, Ooi- 150-170 llis 17.00-19.00; 120-140 rirm Searry, who broke out of jail Ibs 14.00-16.75; sows 400 Ibs ckiwn, Saturday nicht, offered to make lli.75-17.25; heavier sows M.7fi-'K n '" 1 n rh eck for $125 he was ar- Ifi.25; slaps 13.00-15.00; most boars r »s ( 'd of forcing last December 30. 1 0 5 0 - 1 3 0 0 - few 1350 ll was cashed at a ftore. T a t t l e 3.200, calves 1,500- open: · Iaiier Y " unR f " und lhif I"TM' 1 " in; Kcnerally steady on all classes wnltf ' n nn "' : except vealers Mill lower with top "I a m sorry I taken this way j a t 32.00, the lov.-est sinre July of "tit there was nn nther. I aim to j 1050; few loads and lots hich P s . v Dnc Moore if it costs me my :Bood and choice .steers 29.50-31.00- Iif( - I .i u - s t couldn't stay this other small lols choice mixed yearlings f i v p months. I ask fnr a chance to 32.00; utility and cnmmercinl steers make cond the check. I'll he hark and heifers 20.00-27.00; utility and "·" f " m as I nsv(1 lnf money to commercial cows 17.50-21.00;"can- P a . v " f f everything. . . sn please ners and cutlers 12.00-17.00; mil- tklln 't '" rl sri hard against me fnr ity and cnmniercial hulls 20.00- what 1 have done." S4.HO; cutler bulls 15.00-IR l!0; j this Suffolk Co i spnkosmnn *nir! American Bomber In England (rashes Mildenhall. Kneland - M'l - A in; far ". S. Air Korce H-SII medium May H Thp nn ihr imnihoi I ! mon ,ihn:ird rrasli- hmw - Jail- eri and Imrnrd todav minutes a t - Would- v H fr t v tmi-n A pnhrp f-,,,,.e r,'f,ci.ii *.iid the plane was not helir ·.··ere no Mir- nn ,1 imilinp tiainini; flieht. Cnmtriin :,, E ;;;;;::;" Tall Supports Bombing ! uiru , Of Red Power Plants Ukim nff from iK base nnar k hv fbinir A ''. S. A i ' T;,ft vi-d rr M - i n c l n j r - M M ' · i - ' - . t r v . P,...,T..S (M , HmuTt A armii-: li Ou i.f Mhi-i iiid:iy );*· .(HI-I d n n - i ! \ The ponr^-- !'-nni.i re^oH town for a \ t ' - - f * ' - f - i r \ i p^.ui"! iT:f*"n;« -vi»h Cnv. John S Fino lead !-i a !hir'! md a m n - o r i ' v of 'h*» stJtfe'j! «,fra- "·Ki'-.'il'v [,;,-,, ,.fi 70 dH*gat«»s to I f * * laundirn ·:·:··! .--/I'-- f ' s f k i n and choice vealers 2fi 0,, -30 .no J| ce | Jgjjy^ ^fa Draft Act Is Urged Today's Market-- St. Louis I.ivcstnrk Xafinnal StnrkyjirrK III. - MM - O'SDAi - Hnss H.-iOfi; slow; un- "-rn; bnrrmvs nnd silts iRn i:* UP 25 tn .in Inwrr than Mnnrinv's commercial vcalers 19.00-25.00. Sheep l.-)()0; spring lamiis ac- liv^, sle.ady :o 25 lusher than Mon- | day; advance mostly on choice and · riioenix. Af\7... - f/Tl-Sen. Rich-! prune; other grades and classes ard Hussell (D-Ga), candidate for ; mostly unchanged; early bulk the Democratic presidential nom- choice and prime siirins lambs uialion, last night advocated R o v - ' 2B.5ll-27.2.i: top 27.50 sparingly · eminent seizure of the strike- early but others held at the price; hound steel industry under author numerous r.ales good and choice i, y O f t i, e 1940 selective service- 1 kinds ?S.l)0-2fi.0ll; cliliq down to a ,. t . 15.00 aiui below- few lols good ;md ,hoi,P shorn la.nhs ^-Ztt- . jv;Up , anp fnr fl rn(mH of | j t _ ,T r l!! r,fnn nnP J.?,, '"" Jill i'-a appcnranpps today, said wtz- urr would hp losal undrr a provision of thp law draHnjr \\-ilh in- dustrips involvpd in defpnsp pro- Ru rived here by . prime at 20.00; null )o i slniijitrr eu-rc 4 50-(":.;iO. BECAUSE Of THE HEAT WAVE!! GARDENHIRE JEWELRY CO. "OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN TOWN" 15 MO. BLOCK ST., FAYETTEVILLE Continues by Popular Request PUBLIC DISPOSAL SALE ENTIRE STOCK NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERPLATE, S T E R L I N G , CHINAWARE, CRYSTALWARE REDUCED 25 tO 70% OFF OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9 DON'T MISS THIS SALE -- C-O-M-E !! ''The American people have pot to push this arm 1 ; program," he asserted. "It's the main issue be- , fnre Ihc country. " : Hoffman To Speak Washington - lA'') - Ki;eiihn\ver Headquai'lers announced today t h a t Paul Hoffman will make a inainr political speech at a 550- a-plate Eisenhower Day dinner at HIP Shoreham Hotel here Thursday. Dcadlinf Passes Little Rock -7P)- Thp deadline for any candidate to remove, his name frn-ii the Democratic ballot was 6 p.m.. yeslerday, Frank Newell, secret a ry of ihf- State Democratic comtniflen, announced. Births Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Cray Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. I,. Gray of Fay- Mteville announce the birth of a son, .Tune 23, nt the City Hospital. Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Miller. -!r. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller. ,Ir, of Fnyettcvilie announce tlie birtii if .-] son, Junr 24, M the County Hospital. S A L E 92 Summer Dresses · Mostly Cottons--a few sheer crepes · Sizes 7-15 10-20 (few half sizes) 22 Summer Suits · Sizes 10-16 Drastically Reduced 9 Spring Suits (2--3-pc.) · Sizes 9-15 10-16 6.Spring Coats (Shorties) · Sizes 9-15 10-16 · These Are All-Year Suits Vzoff ·AH Summer Hats ·Selected Group of Lingerie · Summer Bags ·Blouses Drastically Reduced All Soles Final When Silver man's Has a Sale, It's a Real Sale! ENSATIONAL DRESS COOP AT Just Received! 426 Cool Summer Dresses This Week Only Unbelievably Priced First 1 Qualify Beautiful s u m m e r t i m e drssses! Hunt's scooped this market in order to bting you these sensational dresses at a scoop price. You will be thrilled to own several of these. A V A L U E - P A C K E D event like this doesn't happen every day. We urgn you to be here early to snap up several of these bargains. Come in and see them, and you will agree that this truly is a sensational scoop. · Glazed Chambray · Shantungs · Eyelet Embroidery · Pure Linen · Seersucker · · Spun Rayon · Voiles · Tissue Ginghams · Wash Silk · Gold Cloth · Nylons SHEER! Mode by one of America's leading dres firms. All are perfect quolity ond the last word in Mylo. Mnny n°w shades you'll love. Hurry Values 9.95 to 12.95 Now Only You'll fee fh«m odvertiied in the leading fashion magaiinei. Values 9.95-12.95 l-'eaturing styles from o famous maker w h o s e name we can't mention because of the unusually low price. Save $5 to $10 on Each Drcsj 6 Select your Summer Dresses from these many Bargains--Buy Now at Hunt's and Save! For this week only, you can select the best in latest styles and summer comfort ot below- i c .t prices. SAVE $5 TO $10 ON EACH DRESS · Dressy Dresses · Sun Dresses · Casual Dresses · Misses, 12-24 · Juniors, 9-15 · Half Sizes, 14'i -24 f / 2 · Tails BEAUTIFUL 1 S ^ P f r fo-.hion* ( h o t look as thouqh ihfiy'rrj |uit rut nf n pi'M;r»» G n y, l i q h t - h f n r t P H C O ' t o " ^ t o h o n u t i f i j l f y s t y I f j d I r ' r SUTXTiPr f nnlnp', * nnrl EXTRA SPECIAL! Values 12.95 to 14.95 Now Only t h l % Cl r 0up O r « or (lip v r r y (ounrj .n !hr, ncrn If y - ' i ^ - n n * 'h*» d hurry m and go* f i f . t p r*,. nf r h r ^ \fi he-.t quahiy 'o b» of your dreams, group. Values 17.95 to 24.95 11 Nationally Known At Popular I'rim NO REFUNDS NO ALTERATIONS NO LAYAWAYS USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT

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