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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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NOTTHWHT ARKANSAS IIMtS. r.yeffevffle, AHniHm. Mttrfiy, Augtnl W, !·» Uranium Said Too Dear For Power Use Scientist Suggests . Other Reserves Of Energgy Available . Chicago - OT - Dr. Hans Thir- fing, one of the first scientists to point the way to possible devel-jak'wlSie'lhezlch'oris"^ ha power, cheaply and conveniently Thirring, an Austrian scientist, i many utlier tourcet," contended that world uranium supplies are far too scarce to be used for power while other reserves of energy remain virtually unlimited. Writing in the Bulletin of the Atomic Sc'i-nlisls, he said thei-i lirohnbly i:' sufficient urar.ium to power the world for three to Jive Keecraticns. But he jdded: 'It rnn easily l.i.ppen thnt it some future time vhen cur civilization will 'first hive reacnei the'd .'tage enabling it to striri rcilly ;:cirg places with uveiii m (^rtl thr.rium, a similar m.v.dit. it will find left to it none but miserably poor deposits of these met- from opment of a hydrogen bomb, came out today against the use of atomic energy to generate industrial Ex-Convict Accused In Series Of Thefts Mineoln, N. Y. - W) - An tx- convlct who »l!*|tJ]y dispulied himself as t chiulteur and evth equipped himself with a Ctdlllac limousine was held today at a burglar of wtilthy New York area police laid. Nucau County authorities uy Russell's hiul in the past year may ·mount to a million dolliri in loot from homes. Fayctlcvillc w h i l e Lieutenant j - f i From the People Bentonville Mr. and Mri. Herman Stubble- fi«ld of Texarkana, and Mrs. Aubrey Stubblefleld of Fayette- vllle were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stubblefleld and tori, Joe David. I The Rev. and Mrs. Alt Eason, Rpb*rt I and toni, of Marlon, vacationing Russell, 45, Negro, of New York,Jon Mt. Seqiioyah at Fayetteville, homes. Police identified him been used up .for production of commercial power -- a commod-, _.. _.. ity that can be obtained equally i York City hornet and' apartmihtt who has served three termi to burglary. He was known l "Th Cat" two decides ago when he r* portedly itolc more than $$00, 000 worth of jewelry from Nr Closing Out Assorted, Discontinued Items of FLOOR COVERING TREMENDOUS SAVINGS WHILE STOCK LASTS! QUANTITY DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS ClOSE-OUT MMCI NATIONALLY ADVIRTISID T 3" ?gs. Fell Base Yard Goods Kg kt_.! II.. » j..»_»·.,» J a* ...J* · _ V*l ·^·F^OF 9 ONLY 9x12 Rugs Ftlt Bow-Enamel Print, Htavywt. la. 11 ONLY 9x12 RligS "«ATOIPHE« Felt Batt-Enamtl Print .In. Nationally Advertiied-9' wdt. Sq. Yd, SQ. FT. Congo-Wall Wall Covering 54" Wldth-Anorttd Colon Sq. Yd 1200 PIECES Plastic Tile 4'/"x4'/4" Sq. H. 90 PIECES Kenlile Rubber Tile '/." Thick-Awortad Colon la. 160 PIECES Arc Rubber Tile 3/32" Thick-Auortod Colon Ho. 65'/2 Patterned Linoleum Standard Weight, Inlaid S«j. Yd. 700 PIECES Asphalt Tile Odd Lots Sq. Ft, Household Weight Linoleum Choice 2 Morbleiied Colon. Sq. Yd. ·' .10 .32 .20 .15 1" .08-.17 300 59 YDS. UN. FT. STAIR NOSING Slalnlnt Sttel Lin. Ft. QUALITY .09 S/-S * Extra Special Value! * ) IMPORTED ENGLISH WALLPAPER} Exquisite, richly colored patterns created by master artists and craftsmen. \ Regularly ( Priced to s_xs^s^v Oat For IOOKS, It's COOK'S HOUSE PAINT Better Made'for Longer Wear if It's a Remarkably Whiter White! ·fc It's Higher Hiding . . . Covers Solidly! ·^ It Wears Longer Because It's Made with only th* Finest Ingredients) if It's Gas-and-Fume Proof ... Mildew Resistant! if It's Self-Cleansing . . . Stays WHITE! COOK'S PAIN UM Ysur Credit ol Coed'i * No Down foymem * Up le M M»n*i M fey, EAST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 526 ITS THE COOK'S HOUSE PAINT EVfR MADEf VALUE 16 x 54-INCH Door Mirrors · Framed, Ready-to-Hang. · Made of Crystal Clear Sheet Glass. Reg. $5.99 Valuel Sturdy, 4-Ft. STEP UDDERS 5IMI Mrtty redvqdcr ·oditfep. UOULAR $4.40 were loci! visitors last week. Mr. Euan was formerly pastor of the local Methodist Church. Th* Rev. «nd Mrs. Richard Geiger »nd children have returned from a two-wick vacation at Lake Wed.lngton. Mr. and Mr«. Olin Knight have returned from a three-wtek vacation trip In the Western states. They visited it the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Price of Amarillo, Texas, at South Fork, Colo., and at the home of Mr. and Mm. Lie Heller in Boise National Forest. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hltfield Fort Smith spent the weekend here With their son-in-law anc daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scott Mrs. Scott and daughter, Jan, accompanied them home for a visit, and returned home Wednesday. Mrs. G. C. tinnln went to Fayetteville Friday to attend a school idministrators conference on ths University campus. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Waugh and children of Ashland, Kan., were guests Tuesday of Mr, and Mrs. Olin Knight. They were accompanied by Wesley Santee. a nember of the Olimoic track .cam who participated in the World Olympics in Helsinki, Fin- and. Santee. a student of the University of Kansas at Lawrence, eft hire for Boston to take part in nother track meet. Mrs. James G. Barney of Alton. II.. are spending a two-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Behrens. Mrs. Barney's two daughter;. Susan Jane and Rebecca Ann, have been visiting their grandparents during July and August. Mr. Barney arrived Sunday for a week's vacation. The family will tour the Oinrks en route home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rakes and children have returned from a two-week vacation spent traveling through the Western states, and along the West Coast. The Rev. and Mrs. James A. Overtoh and daughter, Helen, returned Friday from a two-week vacation trip to Glorlttta, N. M., where they attended the Glorietta Bantlst Assembly. Mrs. A. J. Johnston and ^ftugh- ter, Sue, of Wichita FaUs. Texas. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Strickland. Guests of the StWclclands last week who returned to their home Friday, were W. D. Strickland of Hollls. Okla., and Mrs. S R. Roberson of Mangum, Okla. They were accomna- nied home by their aunt, Mrs. Beatrice Strickland. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown of Tulsa soent the weekend here visiting hi aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Sanders. First Lieut. an Mrs. Dennis A. York announce fie birth of a son, 1 Philip Douglas. August 5 at Camp | Chaffee hospital in Fort Smith. Mrs. York, formerly a home economics teamhefr in the Bentonville schools, is making her home in York is in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fisher o: Bell Gardens, Calif., arrived j Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. iTo the Editor; and Mrs. John Sumncr, | j y,| n i, ( | )c ' ( Walter Priest, Sr., of Llltle Rock, in the names is visiting his son and daughter- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Priest. Mr. and Mrs. William Gnagey and children, David and Leslie, of Detroit, Mich., arrived · Tuesday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gnagey. Butch Walker of Little Rock was In Bentonville on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Haugh an son. Larry, of Iowa, visited las week In the home of Mrs. Baugh narents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar Cr5»k. Mrs. Creek is sufferin with a heart ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Torry Peel an daughter, Barbara, returned th first of the week frc-m a month' vacation in the New Englan states. They visited Mrs. Peel' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rabi doux of Newark. N. J.. and wen ioined in New York City by Mr Peel's daughter, Miss Doroth: Peel, who accompanied them or a tour through Maine. New Hampshire, Vermont, and Cape Cod Mass. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Satterficlrl have received word that theli son, Col. Carroll G. Satterflcld has sailed from Munich, Germany, where he bus spent the nast two years and nine months. He is ?x- nected to arrive in the United States August 29. Corporal Satter- fic-id graduated from Bentonville High School In 1850. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lick and family left for their liome in Wichita, Kan., Sunday after vlsit- ihg here with Mrs. Lick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Satterlee. Mrs. M. L. While and son. William. of Little Rock, arc here visit- Ing Mrs. White's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alvih Scamstcr. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon L. Gruver and children of Kllgorc. Texas, are visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wclser and son. Chr's. who have spent the oast two weeks vacationing on the West Coast, returned home Saturday. While In California, they visited Mrs. Welser's father. .lames Shops and' Mrs. Shope of Yermo, streets here changes to be made of some of our in Fayetteville as and her brother, Ted Shope, of Son Diego. Faisal In California San Francisco - (IP) - Faisal II, :ouring 17-year-old king of Iraq, s in California for some pointers on irrigation. Daughter Born To Boaarts Hollywood - (/P) - The Humphrey Bogarts have a new daughter. The actor's wife, Lauren Bacall, [ave birth to a girl weighing six pounds, five ounces Saturday. KM* ·» wltt UK urn*-- nu lk» Tinea ftallr. mentioned in the Northwest Arkansas Times August IB will be endorsed by all of us as i move In the right direction by our Cl Council, because it Will ellmlna complications that have confus most of us more or less. As a suggestion, I think should include the names of mo of our treat men of this section naming these streets. In additi to Washington for Instance, t: names of Lee, Jefferson, Jack* and others, If not already usi should be selected. As for the name given the ne bypass highway, Archibald Y« Boulevard semes to be very probriate. however Archiba Boulevard or Yell Boiileva seems to me would read bitter an sound better than the full nam Archibald Yell Boulevard, an that without affecting the hon intended. And while on the subject streets, I would like to sugge that College Avenue be deslgna ed as division street for east an .vest streets, and Dickson Strict b designated as division street fo north and south streets. These tw streets extend from corporatlo Ine to corporation line without ireak, or nearly so, while Eas Street and Center Street are ob structed streets and do not exttn hrough the enlre city. They arc ess prominent and are more eas ly mistaken for division streett. J. A. JONES i«e Book On Arthritis And RhNiNtism BOW TO AVOID CEirrUNO OBFOKNmtfl An amazing newly enlarged 44' i gi book entitled "Rheumatism 1 vlll be sent free to anyoni who will writs for it. It revea«s why drugs ind medl- ines give only temporxry nlli ,;d fail to ntmove the causrt o )e trouble; explains a tpeclatlzet on-surgical, non-medical treat* ment which has proven successful or the past 33 years. You Incur no obligation In ending for this ins'TUCtlv* book. t may be the meant of uvlnj ou years of untold misery. Wr|t( oday to The Ball Clinic, D*pt 208, Exctlilor Spring!, MtMouii ft GALLON Yiiilli Ice Cream 63e Heltaitd trot. Udwr ·MM* DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED PROMPTLY Quick Sanitary Service Fayetteville Rendering Service Call Collect No. 1819 Keep Your Farm and Ranch Sanitary Get the INSIDE HISTORY" should pick corn mechanically ' . . . y o u should use a one-row,pull-typo pickpr .. you should own a Dearborn-Wood Bros. Corn Picker Mm *·· by 4m 7*ar kari Mn*i ·*MJ for · orn piektr, Uk* · food look ' " th* D*»tb«».ffao4 Brt * Pldnrl M lt rifl*4 coiulrucllon . . . «Mlllr ··torltb... efflflenl deilpi. Then ynll k«ow why *o irp you M itronfly to vK *."l»ili. tlerr*. . . to cemn.r. tkli nonkiM* Dtirkorn-WooJ Broi. Cora f kk.r wllk »y M»M «r p«n typo, one or two-row plrkor ymi'vo ov« heara (kout or tfen, Frovi to younelf that lh« Dorborn- Wood Broi, Corn Plcktr CM mil proat A|um . . . ihrlnk npcritlnf coilil W* Invite you to e»ll on u» n«t tlm yov'r* In town. Alk lor cemf*rit»» tttW P.S. Service It /mportom, leef And when y«w buy · DMrbent. lr«. Cern Picker frem «i, here't whot we tte / ij!.'!Xl 1 '.k!*l! l !';i!E d J f'«vWe «.»«rt nr»lt»- j ChMkwHhyMtartM '' k!il» H u Zti'Jlt^ *' E n i;"" f' rt ' lo V". M ".K ·*· "°" ««iem" ·· !·"· kiiiii n M MJnrM rt!,'Lftl'' A-" * t * *"''"« **· 7" l|l '·· to »f- Hoilcy Sales Co. Hway 71 N. 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