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August 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NOdlHMtti AIKANSAi IIMO. y, A»fwl If, Ifff ;;aiMiHj»on Cowly Hospital Obsms Ms Second Birthday DR. JEFF BAGGETT The Washington County Hos- 1 pital has admitted 5,881 patients. was the second anniversary of the institution's opening on August . 28, 1950. ' . George Berryman, administrator, today quoted some figures to indicate the extent to which residents have used the new hospital. During its two years the hospital has admitted 5,81 patients. The total number of births was 1,058, including 15 sets of twins DR. FRIEDMAN SISCO and one set of triplets. Surgical operations totaled 2,341, of which 920 were major; and the X-ray department took 4,780 pictures. IDuring 1952, with the help of County Judge Witt Carter," Berryman said, "the hospital was able to expand facilities in several departments." These . additions included a new motor-driven X-ray' table; air conditioning for six rooms; an 18-cubic-fool deep freeze and an electric meat slicer for the kit- JAMES KAYS chen; and a "self-propelled i»wh mower. · ·. · James H. Kays, Fayetteville, is chairman'of the County Hospital Board. Dr. Jeff · Baggett, Prairie Grove, is chief of staff, having succeeded Dr. Friedman Sisco, Springdale, the 'first chief of staff. Other board members are T. I. Abshier, Fayetteville, Jack Stockburger, Winslow, Elmer Johnson, Springdale, Robert Pitts, Lincoln D. E. Rieff, Prairie Grove, arid George Stubblefield, F a y e 11 e- ville, secretary. Boyle's Column B» HAL BOYLE New York - (/Pi - Mankind is divided into two classes: 1. Those with hobbies. 2. People who enjoy life. This is fortunate for the peace r of the world. For one of the spiritual requirements of a man with a hobby is the existence of other people who have no hobby of thei: own and are therefore free to ad- · mire him for him and his. There is a legend that hobbyists are happy in each other's company because they share a mutual en'/; GALLON Yanilif Ice Cream 63c Holland Bra. Lacktr Hani PLACE YOUR LOAN HERE AND GET THESE ADVANTAGES Delar or Red Tape Brokerage or Commission Penalty for Par Off Interest Charge in advance Oui'OMown lenderi Wo pay borrower InMratt on hii lax and insurance money. Thar* ara many other ADVANTAGES in having your loan at horn* with this FRIENDLY INSTITUTION FAYETTEVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CRAVENS BUILDING PRONE 151 thusiasm--be it collecting old moss (·or two-headed butterflies. But this is pure fiction. Because two men are married do they like to listen to each other talk about their wives? It is the same way with hobbies. People with the same hobby bore each other to death. How can one stamp collector love another stamp collector if the second one has a stamp the first one doesn't ? They are not pals but mortal enemies, divided forever by pride and envy of possession. It is the same way with people who hoard first editions or matchbook covers or do needlepoint. That is why folks who are ridden by a hobby horse needs someone like me. My hobby is collecting people who have hobbies themselves, and I can recommend it to you. It works both ways. You jive them the praise they yearn for, and in gratitude you reap whatever advantage their . hobby has for you. j But a word of caution is in order. Don't collect old hobbyists to i admire. Limit your circle t o ! 'riends whose hobbies can be o concrete benefit to you. Here are a. few to avoid: 1. Speleologists, or cave explor ers. 2. People who breed cats, dog., or racehorses. If they come up with a Rin-Tin-Tin or a Man- O-War, they won't give him to you. 3. Bric-A-Brac collectors. 4. Amateur geneologists. If they lave a fine family tree, do you think they'll let you roost in it? GOP Group LOOKS LIKE ALL'S WELL LAST ROOMER'S JEWELRY STORE STUPENDOUS LIQUIDATION SALE IT LOOKS UK! a friendly conference M Senator Eeltt Kefauver (right) of Tenneanc. who lost out for the Democratic presidential nomination, chata with new Democratic National Chairman Stephen Mitchell at Derwieratie headquarttn tn Waihljifton. (International) 4"YEARTOLDriANDS" DAD T S PLANT Hobbyists of this kind ore total loss. They want adulation and respect from you, but they give nothing in return for the time they take. On the other hand, here are a few types of hobbyists the wise man will court: 1. People who grow roses. 2. People who grow tomatoes, sweet corn and radishes. 3. People who collect vintage. 4. Camera bugs. 5. Motoring enthusiast:. 8. Philanthropists. The advantages of these splen- did.folks are obvious. They have to share their hobbies. Bra£ on them the least bit, and they will supply flowers for your home, fresh vegetables and wine for your table, free photographic portraits of you to give your relatives at Christmas, and cheap vacation, trips by car to beach or mountain. If you limit yourself to collecting only one rkind of hobbyist, FflOTOGKAr'HER Stanley Trctlck of Washington, D.Cl, filed suit in the District Court for $250,000 In damages against the Republican National Committee, for a beatinf he allegedly received while covering the GOP convention in Chl- aso. f/ntcrnotienaJ Ssxntphoto) however, philanthropists are prob ably the best gamble. If you ap predate them long and hare enough, they may remember t appreciate you, too--in their will Today's Market-- St. Louit Linstock National Stockyards, 111 -( USDA--Hogs 5,500; modcrateh active after slow opening; uneven weights 190 Ibs up 25 to 35 higher than Thursday's average; lighter weights 25 to 75 higher; sows ittle changed; most choice 190230 Ibs unsorted for grade 21.0025; largely 21.10-15; 240-270 Ibs 20.00-90; 280-300 Ibs mainly o-ld ots 19.25-75; 170-180 Ibs 19.5020.50; 150-170 Ibs 18.00-20.00; 120140 Ibs 15.25-17.25; few 17.50; sows 400 Ibs down 16.50-17.25; mostly 7.00 down; heavier sows 14.5016.00; boars 11.50-15.00. Cattle 600, calves 600; buyers igain forcing price concessions in lull cleanup trading; some cows 50 under Thusrday; bulls in utility and cutter flesh also under pres- ure; individual head high choice teers 33.50; commercial and low ood steers and heifers 22.508.00; utility and .commercial cows 7.00-20.00; canners and cutters 3.00-17.00; utility and commercial ulls 18.00-23.50; cutter bulls 15.00- San Pedro, Calif. - (yP) . Ray Carmassi, the seventh man to swim the rough Catalina Channel, hopes to tackle the English Channel next. The 23-year - old San Francisco ormer Marine grinned as he waded ashore Thursday at nearby White's Point, 18 hours and 20 minutes after he left Santa Cataina Island, -more than 21 miles iway. ··· ' Carmassi, who taught combat urvival swimmig in the Maines, didn't complain about his irdeal in the water. He was ill the irst seven-hours. An ear plug fell ut of his left ear and salt water ushed in. A doctor gave Carmassi ar drops and fashioned a new lug for him. "About noon the waves flipped RHflMIRE THE SIGN OF SERVICE Priced from $199.75 Up. 7.6 Cubic Feet. rwrr-fm f ill PHONE 35 1» NORTH BLOCK ST SITTING ON HIS fATHH'S IAP, ,4-yr ir-old Glenn Robert Alexander keepi t, weather eye ovqr aide of the family plane after landing It at Melgi ilrport, Chicago. His mother Phyllis also la in the'pl»n" The 1 AJexwden wy Glenn will «olo before itartinj to Khool. ilutcritattanalj Ex-Marine Crosses Gatalina Channel, Plans More Swims SENSATIONAL BARGAIN 17-JEWEL WATERPROOF Anortod Coitume Jowoltry Earrinfi Scatter Plni Pini Values to SS.O HOW ONLY SALE ENDS 9 P.M. SHOCK-PROOF ANTI-MAGNETIC lilt! All Ltilh.1 WAUITS Hundridt of Stylti to ChooM From Vtli. up Io IS NOW ONLY WATCHES Were $42.50 NOW EXTRA SPECIAL 17-J.wtl Ladies' and Gtnti' Newest Styl« Watches Including Wafer- Proof Shock. Proof Anti- Magnetic Watchti Valued At $52.50 NOW ONLY SALE ENDS 9 P.M. Saturday T«nr Cholto Now Onl Ntvtr bftforo . . tuch a tfi£W!2 '" AMIR- KA'S FINEST WATCH IANDS. Now.. i at (dlt WMllnglx low priot. "I»»-HM" E-X-P-A-N-S.I-O-N WATCH IANDS onhonct rit voWo of your watch, gb» It Hwt "MW look." E.X-P-A-N-S-I-O-N WATCH IANDS for bdin' omi mn't in JTOMW* witno of row (oM cMOfi SALE ENDS P.M. me over and pulled a left arm muscle and I had very little uss of that arm after that," Carmass =aid. Coast Guardsmen shot three j sharks when they approached the I swimmer. Later a large school 01 porpoises came snooping close by The accompanying craft drove most of them away, but one brushed his face. Carmassi's last hurdle before reaching shore was a heavy kelp bed which hampered him for the last 200 yards. "What a workout," he exclaimed later as he lay in a bathtffb. Carmassl said the wind and the tides helped him. He appeared to have plenty of power to spare when he clambered up on shore. "I feel fine," he said. "I could go out for a couple of beers." 7.50; liberal jupply of holdover laughter calves on hand 1.00 or more lower in draggy selling; good and choice vealers 27.00-30.00; igh choice and prime scarce at 2.00-34.00; good and choice laughter calves 25.00-27.00; util- ty commercial calves and veal- rs 17.00-24.00. Sheep 600; trading fairly active; teady to weak; choice and prime pring lambs 27.50-28.76; few a! 9.00 but prime grade in small upply; large supply good and hoice at 24.00-27.00; utility and ood 20.00-23.00; cull and utility uts, some native feeding lambs 7.00-19.00; cull to good ewes 4.5050. Fire Slampe* Killi 16 · Izmir, Turkey-W)-A panicky stampede from a tobacco factory fire last night killed 16 women workers and severely injured 37 others. About 100 workers were hurt less seriously. No Saturday Trading New York - (flVThe New York Cotton Exchange plans to continue throughout the year its suspension of trading on Saturdays. Keep up with Ibe times-- real the TIMER dillr. Place Your Advance Order Now For the First Edition REVISED STANDARD VERSION Maroon Buckram HOLY BIBLE $6 SSS? $10 Publication Dote -- September 30 McRay McNair Fayetteville Printing Co. STATIONERS CRAVENS BUILDING BOOK SELLERS PHONE 131 LOOKiLOOK! SURPRISE BOX 88' SALE 88 VALUES TO $25.00 Scaled Surprise Boxes Contain: FOUNTAIN PENS DIAMOND RINGS WATCH BANDS COSTUME SETS NECKLACES BROOCHES BRACELETS EARRINGS WATCHES LIGHTERS WALLETS CUTLERY PEARLS RINGS Each Box Worth at Uatt $3.00 Up to $25.00 Just Imagine You May Find Any On* of These Articles in Any of These Surprise BOXM for ONLY Thii Coupon ud Me Will Cnlitlo Boater io lurprUe Box Vilun Up la 115.00 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ROCHIERS 5 WEST MOUNTAIN · STORE OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. EVERY NITt IN wr _ _ SOUTH SIN or

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