Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1969 · Page 12
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Early Morning Dip Don Henry, right, of Lake Geneva, Wise., and Shannon Deusar of Ferndale, N.Y., cavort in the San Francisco ctvlc center near the conclusion of the commemoration of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake to the delight nf many warmly garhed spec- tators. In the lower photograph Deucar wades through the fountain, disturbing its steady upsurge. Some 5,000 persons gathered for t h e earthquake program which began before dawn Friday. (AP Wirephoto) [|!ii«rani»p^^ ; Campus Calendar uj««im»raB5M(^^ SUNDAY Dedication or James E. Pomfret Housing Center, 2 p.m. ·feencfit Concert: Jerome Rappaport (pianist), FA Concert Hall, 3 p.m. .MONDAY American Red Cross Bloodmobile: Student Union Ballroom, 8 a.m. ^Chemistry Seminar: SB 218, 4 p.m. Contemporary Negro History Lecture: Bon G. Grinagc, Graduate Education Building Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Opera Workshop: "Albert Herring," University Theater, 8 p.m. TUESDAY American Red Cross Bloodmobile: Student Union Ballroom, 8 a.m. Electrical Engineering Seminar: SE 109, 2:30 p.m. Opera Workshop: "Albert Herring," University Theater, 8p.m. Quick look At Two Days In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, April 19, the 109th day of 1969. There are 256 days left in the year. Today's hightlight in history: On this date in 1775, the American Revolution began with the battle of Lexington and Concrod. On this date: In 1783, eight years after the Battle of Lexington, Congress announced the victorious end of the Revolutionary War. In 1824, the English poet Lord Byron died in Greece in the fight for Geek indpendence. In 1865, funeral services for Abraham Lincoln were hold in the East Room of the White House. In 1892, Charles E. Duryea of Springfield, Mass., operated the first practical gasoline car in the United States. In 1933, the United States went off the gold standard. In 1945. during World War II American troops captured Germany's, firth largest city, Leipzig. Ten years ago -- Montana State Prison at Deer Lodge was quiet after three days of rioting during which 23 hostages were held. Five yars ago -- A right wing military group overthrew the coalition of government of Prince Souvanna Phouma in Laos. One year ago -- North Vietnam proposals on a site for preliminary peace talks. Tomorrow is Sunday, April 20, the 110th day of 1969. There are 250 days left in the year. On this date in 1775, the siege of Boston began in the Revolutionary War. On this date: In 1657, equal rights and privileges of citizens were grant Jews in New Amsterdam. In 1662, a royal charter was granted to Connecticut -- extending to the Pacific Ocean. In 1676, Bacon's Rebellion broke out in Virginia. In 1889, Adolf Hitler was born in Brannau, Austria. In 1948. President Walter MISTER SRESER DAY1M* fewMl Mft A * W Urln i. jm Mutt cudtn. At* w *«·· ·tier »:N i.ra. FACTORY w»t-««« Ml *un«4l«!»- If. day «r HUM «hlfl, pun tangi «· nl«hl ihlft, no ««pnttM*. M rt lk»j MOHUI7. Mtrtinl «1M. * 4W» iKRin, wM holldly and vMUnu. la. turani*. automatic raiiei, no lay-cnn. Employee tenrtlti. Hurt to »1I*M« and have food work references (no arrwti). Will «IK hire married couplet, Factory kx'ittd in Illlnoli In itnall plUHml town. Call for penonal Interview, Fort smltn, AriuuuM JSWBI1. Interview Monday, April 21, * am. to « pm. and Tuesday, April 22 ( am to I p.m. oily. Traniportatlon arranged. "Sony, I only give to the homely girls because they have a tougher time getting donations ..." 1 consecutive insertion* ISo 2 consecutive Insertions 14e Above at* thi Cash DUcount ratei you will receive by ordering your Ad at Th* Time* office and paying cash for it. or by ordering your Ad by Phone and paving for it within 10 days of the date billed. 107. added after 10 day*. For beet renilta give full description and start your ad for 6 dayi. You may cancel your ad when results are obtained. You'll only be charged for the actual number of days the ad ran. SAVE MONEY! Place your ad In tho TIMES SERVICE DIRECTORY 6-liwtructioni- 3 Lines Daily For ONE MONTH ONLY W.OO (Each additional line--13.00) Card of Thanks -- J2.00 (Over 30 words, 7c per word) PLEASE be sure to check your ad for errors the first day of publi. cation. Adjustmem ·st day its will be made on the basto of the first appearance only. No corrections: made after ad has expired. This newspaper reserves the right to edit, reject and properly classify all ads. Reuther of the United Automo- )ile Workers Union was serious- y wounded by a shotgun blast at his Detroit home. In 1958, it was reported that 15,000 persons had died in a smallpox epidemic in East Pakistan. Ten years ago--British Ballerina Dame Margot Fonteyne was arrested, during government action against a revolutionary plot. Five years ago -- the United States warned Cuha that any interference with U.S. aerial reconnaissance could create a highly dangerous situation. One year ago -- the crash of a South African jetliner in Southwest Africa killed 122 persons. WEDNESDAY American Red Cross Bloodmobile: Student Union Ballroom, 8 a.m. Phi Mu Alpha American Music Program: FA Concert Hall, 3:30 p.m. Zoology Research Seminar: 418 New Science Bldg., 4:30 p.m. Audtihon Wildlife Film-Lecture: Science-Engineering Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Opera Workshop: "Albert Herring," University Theater, 8 p.m. THURSDAY American Red Cross Bloodmobile: Student Union Ballroom, 8 a.m. Chemistry Seminar: CH 226, 11:30 a.m. Chemistry Seminar: CH 14, 3:30 p.m. Opera Workshop: "Albert Herring." University Theater, 8 p.m. FRIDAY Arkansas Union Film Scries: "Tobruk," SE Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Onera Workshop: "Albert Hcrrinfi." University Theater, 8 p.m. SATURDAY -Opera Workshop: "Albert Herring," University Theater, 8 p.m. Art Exhibit: MFA Graduate Students, FA Gallery EXTENSION Homemokers Clubs TELEPHONE WII''BS:Mcmbcrs djscuiiscd UK: upcoming council lour ;iml Kiiir Bimlh at the April mod ing hold in the home or Mrs. Kc-ott iMintnn. Ten members including tun new ones, Mrs. Uarbiira Ditkerson ,-ind Airs. Molly Phillips, attended. A dc- coridecl c;iko, m;idc hy Mrs. Molly Phillips. WMS served by t h e hostess. Mrs. Undn Kulton ULTERIOR -MOTIVES n'Ar.EICIf. N.C. f A n - S l a t p -Son. Jack White of Shelby jiskcd ;it ;t committee, hearing \vhether champjignc was included in ;i hill to remove North Ciirolinn's one-gallon limit on the f o r t i f i e d vine a person can buy in one t r i p In n store. When he was told no, tip pro posfd an amendment tn include unfortified wine, lind to raise the ijurclinsn limit to Ihreo giil- Ions. The amendment was approved and the hill was given n favorable report. White said, "My little secretory Is Retting married and we plan to hnve some parties for her. I don't want to have to get » hunch of friend!; tn go to the itore for a gallon." presented a program on cos mctics. The next meeting will be held May 20. in the home of Mrs. Elmer Williams. Mrs. G. B. Kennan (iOSIIRN: The April meeting held in the Fellowship Hall of the Goshcn Church of the Nazarene with Mrs. Clyde Bcnsch as hostess. Roll call was answered by 12 members and one Riicst. Mrs. Ernest Scott, who hecamc a member. It was announced a contribution of $5 NIS been made to the Red Cross Huh members will be guests in (lip club exchange program; the a n n u a l tour is set for April 25 ;md n workshop scheduled April '.28. Articles were brought to be ' .ent to the Children's Home, ilnns completed for serving fowl nt the Clint Walden Cattle And inn Sale, find members will send cards and R i f t s In patients at Sunrise Manor. Mrs. C l i f f Dnllon demonstrated how to make gifts from wash cloths. Mrs. 71. R, Burton SAI. K M : Members planned lo servo lunch at two snlcr; to be held in the cnnimnnity. Mrs. Carolyn Searaniu?./.ii, assistant home economist, gave sowing tips for the six members and one Rucst, Mrs. I,,iper of Johnson, present. The next meeting will he held May 21 in t. h o community huilding. Mrs. Essjo Weir At The Library Mrs. Grace Keith, librarian of t h e FayetteviHe Public Library, will attend an a 11 day workshop Friday, April 25, at Burns Gables. The workshop is sponsored by the Ozarks Regional Library headquarters office. It is being planned by Mrs. Carol Wright, Regional Librarian, and Mrs. Max Pinkerton, Branch Library Supervisor. The program will include information and film strips on the large amount of reference material available in dictionaries and encyclopedias. Miss Jackie Poe, f r o m the Arkansas Library Commission in Little Rock, will talk on interlibrary service throughout the state. Mrs. Robert Bosley of the regional staff will demonstrate some bulletin board and other display ideas. The workshop programs are planned for in-service training of all the branch librarians of Washington and Crawford Counties, and the Rogers, Arkansas, library staff. They are also an opportunity for the librarians to talk over common problems and procedures to make better library service available throughout the area. DEADLINES: Classified "Is an accepted untQ 4 p.m. on the day before publication and until 11:30 a.m. Saturday (or Monday publication. Classified D l i p l a y Advertising Deadline 2 daya before publication. ACT NOW! Dial Times Classified Ads 442-6242 CLASSIFIED INDEX LtCAL NOTICES CARD OF THAHK1 1--ANNOUNCEMENT* 1--COMING (VENT* 1--FRATERNAL NOTICES 4--PERSONALS S-BEAUTY CARE (-INSTRUCTIONS 7--SCHOOL* I--LOST AND FOUND «--STRAYED W--TRANSPORTATION OFFERED II--TRANSPORTATION WANTED Il-BUSIHESS OPPORTUNITIES It-WANTED TO BORROW 14--MONEY TO LOAN I!--AGENTS WANTED It--SALESMEN WANTED- 17--SALESWOMEN WANTED* 18--HELP WANTED-MALE- IS--HELP WANTSD--FEMALE* M-- HELP WANTED--Mato-Femt 31--SITUATIONS WANTED--Mai* J2--SITUATION WANTED--Ftmlt 23--SERVICES OFFERED HA-MACHINERY TOOLS 24--FOR SALE--Automotive MA--BOATS * MARINE SupplM 24B--MOTORCYCLES 25--FOR SALE--Mobile HMMi 26--FOR SALE--LiWltKfc 2f A--DOBS, GATS. PETS 27--FOR SALE--Home NCCtft 27A--MUSICAL MERCHANDISE It--POM SALE--MlK*llaiMM* RIVE-IN RqulpmrnL Taylor sort-serve eezers. Broasters. world's finest eatin' licken. E. T. Witty , representative. Z712 East SOU], Joplin, Missouri 417-6246765 2SA-FOR SALE-- AlrtHlHt IS-T-FOR SALE OR TRAD 30-- EXCHANGE ADE 31--WANTED TO BUY 3Z-WANTED TO TRADE 11--FOR SALE OR RENT M--ROOMS FOR RENT UA--ROOM AND BOARD IS--APARTMENTS FOR HINT It-- DUPLEX FOR RENT 37--HOUSES FOR RENT 7A--MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT It--BUILDINGS FOR RENT I»A--FOR RENT OR LEASE IS--FOR LEASE It--FOR RINT-Mlac*ltM*MH 41--WANTED TO KENT Oil LEASI 41--WANTED TO RENT «3--WANTED-- REAL ESTATE M--SALE OR TRADE--Real Eltltl MA-SALE-LEASE--Heal EtUU »SA--CITY REAL ESTATE «SB--SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE 45C-- LOTS FOR SALE «D--FARMS AND ACREAGES 1C--FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE ·HTJ.P Wanted AaYertlslnir II placed under ".Male" or "Female" columa headings for Ihn convenleace nf Joh- nrrlirr*. tlnles* nn advertisement ·pa- cifically fctatr* Uint applicants ot m« ne\ only will he accepted, Job-seekeTM shiiulil assume Unit applicants ot «l« tlter sex will he considered for the position, In compliance- with Title VII. Civil Mights Act of IBM. Quit 1 Drinking At 73 CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) -- Jim Saundcrs has been on the wagon for 40 years. He hasn't touched a drop since he was 73. Jim, horn 114 years ago in Charleston, still smokes, chews, likes his candy and yearns for beans, potatoes and bacon fat. Still in Rood health and with a clear mind, he resides in n privately operated care home. MILTON. Wis. (AP) -- Admission's Director Donald Jacklich says prospective mothers- in-law "stop knitting and perk up their cars" when he discusses the boy-girl ratio at Milton College. More than Vfi per cent of Mil ton's fi50 students arc males, Jacklich said. CLASSIFIED Phone 442-6242 PER WORD , . . Jp Minimum Ord«r II "Minimum Charit »1.M CASH DISCOUNT RATES ft* word teonucutlvd Inaerllow Mo S connccutlM rninrtloru SOc 4 concccutlv* Legal Notices-- MITICK (lie rrntinlf; nurt (rf IVHKliIng County, Ark:in!u» In the Natter tit tlic Ks-talc of: Kosoburt Vniialian savaKc. noccusert: Ko. Rl-r.j list known iin'tlrM'; of decedent: 4111 Holly Rtrccl. l'Hrllcville, Artan Dalo of iloalh: April a, 13.71 An inslrunionl dntcd Orlnlwr "0. 1!W7 nnd first i-odicil thereto doled. Kovemli I'J. llliW. was on tlic Sill day of April. 1W. ndmillod lo proliale as Hie last will an firsl ciKlicil IlieiTto of Uic niiove name dofolpnl. nntl the imdrrsiKnod has her Hpnolntod evnitnr tliprciinder. A conic nf Ihr pmlwte ot tlie will can he effect only l,y fdinjj n petitioa witliln Hie Inn provided liv law. All persons linvinn claims u ·stnte must exli'ltit Ilicm. dnlv vcrlfip to Hie nndrr.Muncd within six- inontl fioni the dale of Ihe first pnhllrnlion . (his notice, or they .sjinll he forrM linrred nnd precluded Irom «ny belief in Hie estate. Tin.! nonce fin»t published 32lli day April, I!*;:'. 1-lltST NATIONAT. rANK, Fayeltevllle, Arkansas, Kxccuto c-o Wnde * McAllLslcr Atlorneys lit lJ*w Vnyellcvllle, Arttnnsnt -Announcements- AUCTION SALES-Monilny nnd ThHT rtny nt 7 pm In Aiirtton House. wny 71 N., PORCH, farn. A Rl«»RWHrt, children fWhM. ft) Ktvy ton tntox, new At tncw. 3rd liousc a Rhnkrapff 2-Coming Ivtnti- , 13 norm »o 13 m Jnhnw*n_sirfpj.. HAVH PMCt - fret ewinMllnl irauhleA mien anjllme. (4MIM nr « Una, Ark. 7ITCT. CAV« iprlnj. Rwapper Iwrtaj a «ra sale. fptdal. 750/M, WO/M. whltewslli, VIA mwntM and balar:inf fn*. £ catM at North end at Can Sprtnli. none 05-W5 or SSMW. USED Chevrolet pickups. D A D Wain, earner taunt * Eprtttf Us. Fnoae Sa-2811. ANNOUNCING raining on IBM Keypunch ma- lir.e. Limited enrollment -- nidht asses. Prerequisite aptitude test. Ozark Data Processing 108 W. Center 443-3361 rayetteville, Arkansas VOICE-Plnno Instruction Reasonable Rates Phone 442-2244 -Schoolf- EARN WHILE YOU LEARN r e are now selecting young men om this area to train in the ighly paid field of auto body and uto mechanics. Work in full time alaried position while training, or more information write Dean ewberry, 214 North Waco, Wichi- i, Kansas 67202. Please give phone umber. ,. .. RALSTON PURINA CO. Springdale Turkey Plant NOW HIRING Production Workers Permanent openings for men and women over 18 years of age starting April 29, 1969, Base wage a $1.75 going to $1.82 July 1, 1969. Excellent working conditions. No Experience Necessary WE WILL TRAIN YOU Apply in Person to: Ralston Purina Turkey Processing Plant Wobe Lane Springdale, Ark. WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPOR. TUNITY EMPLOYER CAR INSURANCE -Lost and Found-- 3ST -- LarRe Siamese cat, child's pet cinity of Rallfiton and Dickson Sts. ewnrd. Phone 521-3374. OUNU-Lun stud Shetland pro, O»n- tnny have by identifying and paying r ad. Phone «3-2036 or 443-3510., VERYBODY reads tin TIMES WAKT DS. You are! OST--White Miniature Toy Poodle, ears old, child's pet, shaggy hasn't en trimmed. Last seen around campus, hone 4B-S.S76 or 443-338. 2-Busirwss OpportunlHe URBAN HOLLAND IM N. ·HCk Trailer Towing Call Chandler Trailer Convoy, Inc. Phone 442-8871 Eugene H. Hinton VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR Retain enslnes, new ft used puts at discount prices. Oia* Texaco, 80. 71 * Cato Springs Road. 521-9545. 24A-Boati ft Mann* Supplies FOR RENT -- dry boat stalls nes Hickory Creek. Phone PL 1-5339. :fl' TROJAN, twin screw, powcrnlanl air conditioned, new drapes, new carpet excellent condition. Phone 443-HS1. 14' LARSON boat 35 horse electric John eon and trailer. 17" canoe with 5 horse motor. Phone 521-3653. Mercury 350 S, 35 h.p, electric start, re mole controls, 1295.00. T. D. Whitehorn 442-792S EXCEU.T3NT combination fish or (ik rip: fiberglas boat almost new; 35 h.p Johnson: Ototor trailer. Cull 521-1236 liter 4:30. Only *695. HEAVY DUTY Marine Batteries Vaughn Battery Highway 71 South HELP wanted over ?!, male and female. Apply Ptea Hut, 2325 N. College. Attention Students Male or female, looking for a summer Job? Why not start now working at Vir- Mon Drive In. Need two nisht carhops to wort five or six niehts week. Apply in person Vic-Mon Drive In. S.i. l 5wta:_ TBimv'a" aluminum «ra«l trailer. vcnlfiKs- 50 THREE bedrnomTlo* «e payment, of W I4M719 alter 5:00- 26-For Sate-Uv«f|o«k-_ W«UON Sen-ice: Two besutlful ml". ten I Tennessee walking Horses. Visit- OT «lcon». see thom under saddl.. Reasonable fee. clcll B""f lt '*«S£ 7 J Btnlonvllle, Arkansas. Phone Cll S-gnj. TWO lOTlslewTHMrtort cows, FnoM Jim frtby. 412-2457. riAIRY eoBls, Phone 442-R160. Kublan and Saanan. KKCISTERED Tennessee llnrse sen-ice, finding at Etas, rnont or 443-SW. Also horeejorjsrt. ^SPAVINAW BAR. BY: DIA. MONO BH OZARK BOMB Grade Marcs: foO.OO, Kegurterti W. R. SpavSnaw Creek Call for appointment- Area Code: 918 253-4741 OHic* 253-4772 Residence At Slud. AQUA Copper vanUy, Grand Champion at Huller. Sire ot COP- fK Minx, winner ot clarcmorejnitu Phone Clyde Weems, 44M034. WAMPUS Bars Jr. AQHA, No. 333m,it Stud. Grandson ol Three Ban. Pbont 442-SB19. - 24B-MotorcyclM- 23-Servicei Offered-- 1967 YAMAHA, 350CC. 1600 miles, like ew. Gave ISWIOO new -- will take 1300,00. 802 south Razorback. AISE RABBITS. White fryers 6c Ib. cash plus annual bonus p to 3e Ib. Ozark's best year ·ound market. Send 50c for 8-page PRODUCTION BOOK. el-Freez Rabbit Meat, Rogers, Ark. 72756. SUN BRITE JANITOR SERVICE Carpet Shampooing Jack Curtsinger 442-7062 or 442-5503 968 PENTON 125cc, Excellent for moto ross racinB. Price* to sell. Csll 443^158 fter 5:30. iRIVE-lN. Two window walkup. Poins ood year around business. Plenty park- For more information call 4232123, Bprryville, Arkansas. TEXACO SERVICE STATION FOR LEASE I Excellent Highway Location · Strong promotional support · Paid training program · Financial assistance available CALL J. R. MASSAY 521-1573 Nighl? PI, l-BOSt AVON EED MONET to help your family iidRet? AVON needs you to serve CIIF- omerfi. Call 442-7377 afternoons and ask or Mrs. M'cclernon. HOUSEHOLD Appliance Service All types Repair Ser 1 . on Appliances Phone 443-2145 or 756-3173 25-For Sale-Mobile Home* House Paintine. Reasonable Rates. Phone 443-5488. Hatfelder Brothers carpenter, labor, remodeling or general contracting. Phone 442-6S79. Carpenter work, room additions, foundations, roofine and home Improvements. Free estimates, satisfaction cuaranteed. Phone 521-1366. TOP SOIL Gravel delivered, yard work Phone 44!5715 MISCELLANDOUS hauling any Hme. Interior paintins. Bill 442-TSSI or 521- UPHOLS5TERY work wanted. Fhooe 443-5527. GRAVEL, top soil, fill dirt yard work. Phone 521-9586 days, Faint. Repair, Light Baullnf, Day or Night, 442-9478 BACKHOE, dozer, crane, dragline, plow Ing. Custom work by hour or contract For clearing, ditching, pond cleaning roads, pads. etc. Licensed, Insured, go equipment at reasonable rates. Cdl Chris, 443-5362 days or MB 6-5429, Fog ·rs, nights. 23A-Machin«ry Tool*- 42" MOWER for Sears tractor. trade lor garden attadiments. utter 6 p.m. 4426319. FORD tractor four speed, JKO. One ton Ford trurk bcri and stock rack, $200 Honda motorcycle, S125. Phon* 267-Soafi 1351 MODEL Ford tractor, excellen wmdilion. blade and carrier rack. Phone 443-5781. EVERYBODY reads tbt TIMES WANT ADS. Yon art! COTTON candy, jino-cone popcorn equipment, concession trailer, |950L E4B Bar-B-Q. NOW INTERVIEWING lesponsiWfc persons as dcaJcr for newly constructed DX cottag4»- ypc service station adjoining arge apartment complex within 3 blocks of university. Phone Fayetteville. 442-8711--Rogers. 30-6733. APFUCA71ONS now being taken for newspaper carrier boyi 12 years or oWer. Apply clrcnlatton department Northwest Arkansas TIMES. HAY haler, like new. John Deere, Phone 443-2452: ^ 24-For Sale-Automotive-- DODGE Dart, two door Sedan, ai conditioned, good condition. Phone 521 4155. IffiS CHEVROLET %-ton pickup, Ion? wido hod with air, perfect shape- Phone 443-3BG7. 1%-! KORH fialaxie liardlop, air condl tloncrt, V-8 automatic. Call Sunday 52t-:t725. BY OWNER, 1%2 Chevy Ininala, «xccl ent condition, new tires, cheap. See a '218 B. I'rospect, FayetteviHe. l!)fiB MERCURY Coupar, power, factorv air, leaihpr top. Very low mileage. On owner. Must soli--going overseas. Phon 521-4444 days, 442-5443 eveninffs. 14-Money To Loon? NEED MONEY ? See Ua We BUT · . Sell ... Traaa for Most Anything We wfll buy your diamonds, watchet, tun! or anythmu of Taloa and «lva oa option to repurchase tlifint. CAMEO JEWELRY ENGRAVING SHOP 123 W. Mountain 18-Help Wanted-MoU- WANT elderly man In Rood lienllh to he hnsinrss attendants, Krxxl social security supplement. No labor Involved. Wrile r. o. Rox 7M. FayetteviHe. Ar- Give nackKroiind nnd phone KOYS, Ifi ni. to ns-sist order department manaKer. Apply 4:00 to n:00. 101 llolcnmli. Kprmffdnle. I'KIUKNCKn Riiray painlcr lor house lini:. IMirme ·142-r.T.12, Kvlension 42, or write IVix FF, Faycltevllle. APPLICATIONS non being taken for newspaper carrier hoyi 12 rcAn or old* «r. Apply circulation departmint Nortth west Arkansas TIMES. 19-rUlp WanUd-Nmal*- ··AKprrKIilA worker needed «t Itamay. -- F..\inTienu preferred. FottNYAIN lieln lor day Apply m prrsun. Vtilace WANTKD: Cmhler, Omik Thealrc. Apply in person. Mr. Hammond. 20-rMp Wa . . now hiring malt or female full or run 1NKIPW work Itr car hop. Apply In per. ·on, no phont calh. UnlD'land Dn\« In. 1962 OADlIiAC, all power, factory conditioned, low mileage, food cond tion. £150. Phone 412-853:1. I960 MODEL VolkswaKon with rebiii encine. 325. rnonc Kenneth Speai 442-6222 (lays. USKD ffxlS' Morgan Portable Euildini fully wired. Insulated. Ideal car lot 0 fife or backyard den. Will deliver. Phon 521-1200. infi? COUGAR, S speed transmission, 2«l V-8. low mlleasc. Pimm 751-5680 aft jqnl RAMnLKIl Ambassador, very i excellent condition. Must set. Thon 412-6757 niter 5:00 p.m. M.10 MODEL A coupe with V-S enlfln Tour speed transmission. Phone 1!H8 PLYMOUTH cmi|ie. Good mnnin crmdltion. KOOrt upholsterj', rndio, ciga cite HKhter, everything worts. Body very Koort conrtltion, H5Q.OO. Call 83 ;WOS Hfler 7:S(I p.m. KAKMAN Ghia VolkswaRen. IM mod dport coupe, JfiSfl. Phone 442-1485. 18M OHKVKOI.ET Bel-Air, 6 cyllnde 2 door, S59D. Kenmore electric dryer, Plionc 413-1284. 1!«7 UUICK Ijisahre. oneowner, 4S,« miles, lour door hardtop, air condllione power brakes and uteerlnK, excellent con d.llnn-hlKlmay driving only. Must «el i:. See at tho Holiday Inn oulf SI lion, Hlfitiway 71 North, Fnyellcvllle. IMTi V01.KSWAOBH rn«ine isimplet M.OOXI nclnal, necdl overhaul. Flnt l.m Phnne Paul Marimml 442-7n7f(. ine2 '.", Ion mini ptrMiP. fR0.2fli9 nfier R:fin p.m. KISS C1IKVKI.T.H two n"or. V-» aul wnllo Irnntmlmlon, «cellent condition Ilione 521-fflD9 after 5:00 p.m. l.lkn new ]%8 Ofllnen Omisnr, Mi., vinyl lop, factory air, power, londe 15.lim. one-owner mllei, lonl w«rran left, f2,(mr,.0t). iwa nonoK Oharirw, inn power fe - - jnwer alwrln tiireA. Hereo disc. fcraHM. inr* player, Jgl VJ1 enrln nulomntlo IransmiwlOB. Phont IIMW3 alter 5. _ _ _ Kflll sate 1%3 Vtirt convertlMe. 313, a tomntlc, new Urcl. OH 431JW1. REGISTERED ANGUS CAHIE COME s« what we have to offer out of this outstanding herd. Bum. heifers and cows. Farm located I miles East Highway 45 - % mttf North. Phon* Bomer Fry. 443-25». FRY ANGUS FARM 966 YAMAHA. 90. Good condition. S200. hone 4(3-2194. CYCLES sell hi sprint! Adx-erUse motorcycles * bikef trilb a classified ad. Phone 442.67)1 TRAVEL TRAILERS 14' flow. 16' aelf-contained $1495 MOBILE HOME WHOLESALE PRICES 12'x50' 2 bed. S3S95 12'X38' 2 bed. «895 12'X45' *M50 Located At Ntw Hope Trailer Park So. 71, Rogers, Ark. AND Roberts Implement Co. Westville, Oltla. PA 3-4333 26A-Dogs, Cots, Pet»- REG1STERED TOY Poodle punpiM. White end Champasne, $40 and 1A Phone 443-3862. FREE housebroVen kittens to good homes. Phone 44:-50TO or see at 53 South Duncan. WANTED AKC rcBistcrcd puppits. 6 30 weeks nld. Phone 417-338-3181. FOR SAU3, Border Collie pup. throt months old. Phone 443-5926 anerSiOO. WEST Highland White Terrier puppies. Phone 53-1138. EIGHT week old puppy, short hair, small, registered sire, excellent temperament, *10. Phone 442-JM98. SIAMESE kittens for sale. 7701 evenlnss. Phone 44* 27-For Sale-Homo N«ed»- THREE line quality Kashan Persisn rugs J275 . saw. P^r appointment writt Box 1901, U ot Ark. INEXPENSIVE canopy hfd. 443-2406 after 5:00 p.m. P h o n a Ii\ROR, used wooden six-pane window* tor two bedroom home with aluminum screens, Also ffxir used wool run, % 15-00. See «t 421 West North Street. IJoyd McConnelU TWO pairs of gold fiberglSM drapes, 84 x 144-84 x 96, ?25. Two-piece bedroom suite with springs and mattress, *7i M avocado side by side FrisMsire, ISO model, 1400. Phone 443-3763. TIMES PATTERNS Kick off your shoes -- relax in flexible slippers that f o l d to fit in a suitcase. Pick a pansy-bright color to match or contrast with a robe Quilted slippers are easy to make. Pattern 617: p a t t e r n S, M, L included. Fifty cents in coins for each pattern -- add 15 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Northwest Ar kansas Times, 450 Necdlecraf Dept., Kox 161, Old Chelsea Sta lion, New York, N. Y. 10011 Print Pattern Number, Name Address, Zip. New 1969 Needle craft Catalog -- best town-sport fashions, most new designs to knit, crochet, sew, weave, cm broider. 3 free patterns inside 50 cents, NEW! "50 INSTANT GIFTS" -- make it today, Rive it tomorrow! Marvelous fash ions, toys, decorator articles Ideal for all occasions. 50 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs to knit crochet, sew, weave, hook. 50 cents. Book of 12 Priz« Afghans 5ft ccnls. Book number 1 -- If Superb Quilts. 50 cents. Book number 2 -- Museum Quilts --12 rnro, outstanding quills 50 cents.. Book number 3-Qullts for Today'.i Living. 15 unique quilts. SO cents. IN with the young crowd-this swingy, low-waist sundress has side slits that flip out to reveal attached shorts beneath. Choose frosty-whitt pique or pert prints. Easy! Printed Pattern 4768: NEW Girls' Sizes 6, 8, 10. 12, 14. Sizt 10 pantdress 2'A yds. 35-in. Sixty-five cents in coins for each pattern--add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of North, west Arkansas Times, 43B Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St. New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. OVER 100 NEW FASHIONS close as your mailbox in new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Free pattern coupon, 50 cents. New! INSTANT S E W I N G Book. Save hours -- cut, fit, sew modern, expert way. Over 500 pictures. Only $1.

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