Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 17, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1952
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THE BEST FOR LESS SPAM icon 39c ·ORDEN'S STARLAC Dry Milk 37c Thousands Of Dollars Damage Caused By Two Tornadoes In Texarkana Vicinity Lipton Tea . 59c FRANCO AMERICAN Spaghetti 2 cons . 29c Texsrkann. A r k . - M'l - T w« small, freakish tornadoes struck In thi» vlcinlly yesterday a f t e r noon, causing thousands nf dol- lan damage, hut no Injuries. The separate twitters swppl across thr TexarVant airport, three miles northeast of here on U. S. Hlgh: way 67, hoarier! In opposite directions. The tint struck nl 2-18 p. m. (CST); the second at 4:05. Stale Trooper Charles Jioyd said the tornadoes "caused thousands of dollars riamacc." The second Inrnado. described l).v C. H. Newloo, 11. K Weather chief here as "heading In Egg Prices Up Along With Frying Chicken Increases (mpbell Chicken Yellow Bonnet SpiMcii,No,2Cin cm . . . . . 2k I l e t a l l CR« prices climhed sharp-* ! Iv iieain Ihis week. Frying rhlck- I ens and several popular ruts of ! meal advanced a few cents a i pound in many markets. . Food price reductions were cnn- fined largely to a h a n d f u l of fresh I f r u i t s and vecclables and to shop- · Plnx speclnls beinj promoterl to : a t t r a c t customers. Bureau chief here as "heading In ] Top grade e^s went up Ihree Ihe wrong direction," dipped down I l n "·' "" lrh as ID cenls a dn?.fn into Ihe t i n y Miller County com- j mmparrvi wilh last week. Dealers snld heat waves In several .1 . By ARTHUR FIISON Chicago - UP) - What this coun- ry needs IK a political platform that is far-reaching, sincere and scnse-mak'ng. I refer, of course, to a platform , that looks after the Interests of Kan., have returned home a f t e r ' newspaper men assigned to cover visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. C.i political conventions. Ijlnrirllh - i It could be done simply. The Mr. and Mrs. Henry McClelanr!: P lanlt could read: spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.! "'" the Interest of those won- .1. W. Brill, | derful newspaper men who cover Mrs. Efrie Cessna nf Harbor i o u r conv r"'°n, we will keep our Far-Reach ing, Sincere And Sense Making Platform For Democrats, Newsman's Idea ment of «ltb«r political conven- | land for iwhilt tnt witor tl°n. I awhile, Grecr said, "I hivt Powdered or Brown "I* 10* Iain Coffee . . ,77c 6oM MeM Flour · to. 49 ·to 89 Vtifon Oil · . . . . 29c cflyuMs AkmiNmn 1200, loi . , 14 C, Iff* hex.. 25* rlrlf PM : .·; · MHfiriforJir imrt lirtfer . . 49 Fnsti Lettuce teids . . . . 25 Cabbage . . 9c LEMONS . . 39c m u n l t y of rinnrto. II damaged one home and jevoral hams, and caused heavy damage to nearby lim- her stands. Newton Mid Ihe cone of the | second Iwlslcr was 2.1 to SO yards ' W i d e and held whole trees ani\ debris In Its grip as It sped across the airport. Chief Deputy Sheriff T l l l m n n Johnson of Miller County said that timber damage was extensive In the vicinity of Rondo. The first tornado destroyed a hangar, valued at «7,Snn, at t h e airport and littered the flsld w i t h uprooted trees and debris. Newton »«lrt t h a t as the «tnrm approached th* field, a Centril Airlines plane took off and evaded the hlfh winds. He said an American Airlines plane started to land, , hut saw the approaching storm and sliyed aloft u n t i l the twister passer! over th* field. Telephone service was disrupted In Toxnrkann, and rnln measuring 1.25 Inches fell In the city Small Drop Recorded In Broiler Placements Hatcheries nnd dealers place 115,000 broiler chicks with pro rtucers In the Northwest area dur ing the week ended July 12. ac cording to the Arkansas Crop Tie port In)! Service. This is a decrease of four ner cent frnirt the prevlou week. Of the total placement MJ.OOO chlcka were hatched Ii the area and 870,000 came from other slates. There were also 129,. 000 chicks shipped out of Ihe area Eggs set d u r i n g the week were down one per cent from the previous week. It is estimated that * golf club neid traveling two ml!« a minute will drive · bill about 2ftO yard* FALSETEEfH That LOOMR 1«lr-««»»ri of felw If, uttrrKI rtil itmlxrrariminl btcauit Inon-mclrt) powder, an rout - HnW" '·!·« l«»th mow firm- K 1J«y feel nor« · not iour. Check* "Blite ortor' (d.nture brei(h). *5«i rAgTUTH at ·»ny rtrui itnre. porlant poultry sections hart killed many laying hens, slowed production senenily, and made H hard to m a i n t a i n top e« quality in transit. Egg prices ellmhe.d 10 to 2» cents « dozen in the past three weeks In several mfcjnr markets and consumer price resiftanc? was reported In he shnwjnfl up. Frying chickens were up (our lo seven cents pound In many slores, reflecting increased rlt- mnntl, and several lamb and pork cl.ts moved up one to four cents 1 pound. Most beef items were about unchanged. Spokesmen for three large store chain.! said smoked and cooked hams, small turkeys and legs or rumps of veal appeared to be among the better meat buys In most markets Ihis week. On Ihe fresh produce counters, snap beans and heels were plentiful and lower-prices, snrl celery, broccoli, cabbage, lettuce and tomatoes were down a little co-n- pared w i t h last week. Spinach, eggplant and peppers vtrt in lighter itipply and higher priced. CnntnloMpes cost a llttlt mnre in demand Increased with the hot weather but watermelons and honeydews moved a little lower. City, C a l i f , is visiting her brother- i Beeches short, we will begin our I n - l a w and sister, Mr. and Mrs I m *etin«s on time, we will end ' - - - ' them promptly, we will hold no midnight powwows and we will keep everything quiet at night so t h a t these splendid fellows can Frank Undrith. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pegram of Prairie Orove spent a few days wilh their son, I.eroy Consler. Mr. and Mrs. F.. E. Birkford of the C. R. Paulk home. | ileep." In the long run. it would help » lot of other people, too. Including politicians. With thlj In mind, I dropped by yesterday to nee how the Democrats' Resolutions Committee was making out. Well, the committee members were fretting over civil rights, the farmer, the laborer, the producer, the consumer, public housing, health, social security. They listened to_a m«n from the i ilcoholic beverage interests who j said taxes nn whisky are so high j they're driving citizens to bootlegging. They also listened to a I newspaper man-farmer, F. W ,' Creer of Brawley, Calif. | So far as platform planks are concerned. Grcer was more farmer than newspaper man. He wanted the committee to include a plank on the distribution of water in California. Creer began w i t h what may he the only understate- "Without water," he said, "California could hardly exljt." Then Greer turned to another topic. "I voted for Grover Cleveland In 1892," he Mid, "and 1 might tell you a little secret. I was only 18 when I voted." Senator Sparkman of A l a b a m a reay.'urpd him. "The statue of limitation has run out," Sparkman laid for one more plank I'd like to lubmit--if I haven't lost it." I held my breath. Thll was It, a plank for the preservation and protection of newspaper men. It wasn't though. Gretr wanted the committee to try to do something about keeping farmers down on the farm. It's too bid. It was a wonderful opportunity f o r a plank that would be ftr-reaching, f i i a n n inai wimm ue Jir-l After he hud discussed Cleve- sincere and sense-making. PEACHES ARE HERE! MAKE JAM AND JELLY WITH SURE-JELL* PECTIN TODAYI *A mtauJ ffvtt ptdtji pro Devil's Den Road ygO^y.-- w/%6 IE FOODS Math McDonald is « patient at Ihe Veterans Hospital In Fayette- vllle. Mrs. Loc Smith was In Fayette- vlllc Saturday for medical treatment. Sunday guests at th* home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Frederick nnd Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hanna ot Fayctteville and Mr. ami Mrs. hester Frederick and sons. Mrs. Nerva Paulk of West Fork! . ,. .. ,, _ , " ""I Ail off Drinks "Pop" Harvey was a supper guest of Mr.nnd Mrs. Slaton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maylotts, Mr. and Mr«. Emmett Counts, and Mr. md Mrs. Bill C'olcs nnri son, Don, ·Isited in Noel, Mo., this week. J. H. Garrctt. who purchased he H. T. Webster Broiler Farm, vas a supper guest at the Austin McClclsml home Monday night, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Truman id three sons from Mulvane, ! Monterey, Calif., were visitors at Your fies Mil Never Be Better Than the Sugar You Use! ANANAS . . . . . . 15e nrr QUICK FRY 1NDWKH STEAKS i 95* SWIFT FRANKS ». Pkg. 49c rn King con,lb45c lief BO, Ib. 19c We Reserve he Right to nit Quantities MISSION STREET ROCERY i CHERRY PIE M«k« Knlfhl'i rflnntr exira- »ptci«l . . . ttnt an old-fishiontd, moiiih-«-aiering red cherry pit. Vuii fftllow ihn i«i*d Demino recipe. You'll agr« *lih Ihe ihou- sands nf women '*ho huy mttrr Domino Pure Cjnt Sugar ihan any olhfr brand (hit only ant ·uj«f It Domino purtl IM np fm», mr nt Hmrki I c«f IVxnim t:\nt Flm GrtmlMH S^PH- namon and tall. Mix uell--and noike how quickly ilw fint, spar- Uing-wliilcgijimnrDomino Pure Can* Sugar dissolve. Pour inio pie shell. Dol w i t h hiilin in m a r g a r i n e . C o v t r w i t h p j i i r y suipi, trim, pinch edge. Hake in hoi flrtn, 4J.VI-., J? 10 40 min- ulrt, Of until chtrnej arc lender. F*r «ltr« Itavcri llrulh piory Mripx »nh «e,im or (our milk ind sprinkk jewroinly wiin Domino Sugar and Cinnamon. Enjoy Summer Candy!!! t Bi'nte I Home Sweet Home Assorted Candies 2-lb. box $1.23 Coca-Cola - Dr. Pepper i Q{ plus deposit Swift's Ice Cream Assorted Flavors 2 gal. 69 C Patton's, College Club, Homogenized, Pasteurized Milk, qt. ctn. 21c Look, Kiddies All Your Favorite Comic Books Regular lOc Numbers 3 for 25c Jl Stock That Pantry With This Item Del Monte Ppnrhoc Melba 2'/ 2 OO_ reacnes H aiv es can 2vc Remember, this is Del Monte--a brand you all know Donald Duck Grapefruit Juice, 46-oz. 19c Campbell's Pork and Beans, 2 cans 25c Prune Juice . . bottle 27c Real Brand, Flavored with Lemon Folger Coffee Ib. Pretzel Sticks i Potato Chips Ib. can 79c ^^Tr\ V STORE 7 ^ ^^ r « l f HOURS ~**^ 8a.m.-9p.m. Daily Thru Saturday Our Policy When we advertise a Bargain Price we want you to have all of it you want. You won't find any limits on any Retail Prices at the Shoppinq Center. HH u Let's have a Baked Hen for a change Gray Shopping CenUr RECIPE OF THE WEEK \ Cook onion ,, ,,,., ,,, f , -'" '"" -"" 1 " 1 " l f'T' "'" m "'i S f | m | nut , t j - but Plump, Tender Fresh Small Hens Ib. !i H». I*H I" MtaM «4« idrN I Itafi. MM* tr IMnvtM Add 10 Domino £«tr« FMt Gfinuiand Su|ir, AMNKAt IMtlfT SIUINO MMAM 1 Ib. -- ] 1/2 Ib. Calf Tongues, 63c U. S. Choice Round Steak, Ib98c This is not young calf. It is grain fed mature beef. There is a difference. Judge for yourself. For a Real Treat U. S. Choice Rump Roast, Ib 86c They slice so easily. So full of flavor. Large Full Heads of Lettuce 2 for 25c Potatoes California Shafters 10 Ib 69c Oranges 2 doz. 35c Ib19c California Valencies Peaches Fan E These ore large for slicing. Bing Cherries ° fe ,: f ! ugs lug $2.59 Thompson Seedless Grapes . . . Ib. 25c Everything Yon Need for That Outdoor Meal Paper Platti -- Napkins -- Aluminum Foil -- Paper Cups -- Spooni -- Forks -- Doilies -- Wox S«ol Poptr -- Bok-A-Pi. 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