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· Nei*w** ArtoMM TUMH, fltun., April K '«*· rAvtrrivikkt. AIIKAMM ^^^ WOODEN SHOES AND W I N D M I L L SET STAGE . . . girls irifh blond pintail'.. Maxi Harp flejt) and Pan Hestel watch as Afrj. Hutchint nr.sixi Rickey with wooden shoes, in preparation /or play. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Second Graders Obituary J o h n A n d e r s o n Kr-llv 27. r , f , rr. r of lh? Mission Church. r a ,c"?vil, rl.H in a n o v ' .Survivors are one son, L. D. ',··", '.'-.'-sdv.. Born A :e. '...,'. Ontario. C a l i f . ; two daugh- 'lK\ in cW.'tr." son oi' J o n n l t e r s . Mrs. Mahle White of Ro- *r,rl .J^ Anderson Kelley. n e ' g e r s and Mr?.. Letha Smith of v.« x retired pie buyer and a Cave Springs; one brother, Matt !--;rv:'. orx are the v. ido'-v, Mn. i ° ' · ' '' * ' ' ' ' ' ' P.:.-'- K r - i ' v r,f the horn':-. ;-..o r ''Ir-. Bertie Arr.ett of Gamaliel risugr.'.':.-'.." ?.ir'.. A l i a Kv-rsiil': 1 ;mrl Iv.o grandchildren, i.i raiari,-:.;,. T'--'. ar.rl M r - . ! K u n r r a l service w i l l be at 2 S^tr, : K^^ f orL^:ip-- *·.»«":' *»*. c. Te* · Tie si ; -t-r Mrs. S a r a h -Springs Mission Churcn w i t h Ai-W-kk-'r,! r:,-..-- n i n e B r a n d - 1 b u r i a l in Csve Spring-, Ceme I.IT-. ni:rjer rjirt'.-lion of Burns r'iii.'.-1'jl Home. r'milr'-.'i: 11 Breat gr;inrl".'iilrlrr-n ar.'J ':.'· B . i r - . i t grr.-at g r a i i r l c l i l M . K u n f ' i - a l service at. Hl:.'iO . a m l«r];iy Ht .'-.'clson's Funeral : Hnr.'ie Chap'-l with b u r i a l in ; Ca = Cemetery. · Marion William (iilison. Ki. ·of K;n.'.;n (J'y, f !' rr l in Kansas : C i t v Monday. Born Sept. 27. · llfi.'i in Spring Valley, the son j Survivors Sprinfid.-ile -- Robert Eugene Shaw, K':. of Springdale. was tJcirl on a r r i v a l at Springdele hospital Wednesday. Born May ·ff,. I9fj:, at Galcsburg. 11!.. he w a s a Presbyterian and a vet i.-ran of Work) War II. are the widow. Mrs. . .nf Shadri'-k and M i d r l i o Parker a retired f a r - arr- I h R widow, Mrs. on; sister. Mrs. ·V.'ilina (iirison nf the home; one ; » r i n , l.a-A-renre of ParkviTle. M Dorothy Darrah Shaw of the home; his step-mother. Mrs Clara Shaw of Springdale and Charles Holo- ,vav of Anmriton. Ala Funeral service will be at H at .......... _. nne daughter. Mrs. I.onin Jones a.m. Friday at Sisco Funeral · n f Wichita. K a n . : one brother.! Chapel w i t h r.rcmation to fol ·- H e n r y r f Sprincdale; four I t " " M r s Bertha Wilson of M" M^da Risl'-v of TCo ' Snringdale -- Miss Dessi» ..,,,.,, Arnold n i l Mililrnl Harner. 58. of Spring ' P r a ' p - r l g r - *r.i\ M r v .Ii'5'.e I.erl j r l a l " . rlir-rl Wednesday in the ·hr-Hrr"rif Spririgdalc: six g r a n t ) S p r i n K d a l c , hospital. Bnrn Apri '·rhMrcn and one great grand- .V). 1!)1D in Bangcrt. Mo., she was a member of the Christian Churr-li. Survivors are her mother '{ p in ' r.-il service '-'.as to he at lodav at. the Pilgrim's . r e t - w i l l B a p t i - t Chureh «..'··! b ' i n a l in Joyce Cr-rnr-tery iin'!'-r r l i r f t i o n of Nelson's I 1 '" m - r a l Horn'!. P.urli-v R. B r o u n . ',?,. a !-r.' n! (iTOtr- I . Klkin'., died : R'' : f-'n i ; i hospital 'If,. I I l l l al K a l l s v i l l e . '.on 'if W i l l i a m ami Mrs. Sarlic Williams Harner o Springdale; two brothers. Dr Davitl Harner nf Fayettevillc antl Gerald M. of Cnllinsville I I I . and one sister. Mrs. Robert L i n l e r n nf Hazel Wnod. Mn. Funeral service will he at '. p m . Friday al Sisro Fnnera Chapel with burial in Bluff Ce rnetery. -M ' h o ;p r- I,t.rl(ir-Hlii-r Hrov.n. lie i finpl')"'' 'if H'-ar B r a n d ' , n r a i r i e Grove -- Mrs. Ktla ·i f t , an'l a member i-xif-ll.i Hamilton, "fi. of Prairir Ra|ii:-t n . u i r h . I f j r n v e . died in a Fayeltevill' B o r n Jan. 2 3 the dan r · u m v e ' l hv tiif wi'low. j hn'-.pital today. B o r n I ' - m v R i ' j - ' i . n! '. h '·[ \?y: ,-,t G r a h a m , Tex., riauKiit'-rs, M r M r - . - k S i i h ' l M r . 'I h i ' l ' ' ' -i':liin!;. both of Houstoi.. ;'|.-. : li:i'-e hrothnTfi. K i n g o f , t ,..^. of John 0. and Dor? S i t l u n \'/il"on. she was a Bap tr.i. Survivors are the husband :A'l;,:r, :",',.;: ITS . !ir,n of 0/ark ·'in'r| i j a ' m 'r : s K r a n k H a m i l t o n of tn ·I dl O a k l a n d . C a l i f ; f'J'iHi,,,*.,!-- tliri-e clnughters. Mrs ·,, Mrs. V' Ryker. of.\^,'K ^,\ RemingUin and Mrs r i u a h . 'lHa , Mr-.. : ''" ;i " I n,,^h U r m i n R l o n . bnlh of Prai '. nf A l m a . Mr-,. l ) a l l i ' - i , M . ( ;,., )V p a n r | Mrs. Nnra Ritch ·-. of O / a r k anrl Mrs K'·!!.-. j |( . f| | ( ;i i; , nn r.] View. Trx.: tw e nf Springdale anrl four ,, j n . ^\ nyl [ (· of Fowler, Colo ' l . i l d r r n . . J ; ',wl'.I. W. nf Par.adcna. Tex. - I--ui-..-r;.l -n-vice will he I f h ^ hrr] , h( , rs Dk:k W ilson r » . : - S a t u r r l a y at tl.e .-hapnl | v] .,,. |onv ,]i o Mn. ami WiUo i o f .'.·r-l-.r.n's Funi-ral 1 ome w i l l i , ; ( .. ( | ir , 1| . nia . ( i ve sisters. Mr B i i ' - k h o r n Cemetery. K ^ y Mitchell of Pleasanton K a n . . Mr.-.. M i n n i e Storms M a r i o n Kllllcr Harrison. W, ' r! it] t ' i i - . j n o n j i f i R ;t ;t local hos: n i i a ! Hn w a s a resident of t h e : '.!ii.r-r,-il .Spring'; (.'omiriiiinty. · horn IK- 2."i. lilld in Wichita. i!-'.-ir. 'I'" '···"" "' B e n j a m i n and i R r i - i . f.'olgalp l l a r n v j i i . He v:a-; n ':red f l f r t r i e a l r n f i i n f n r and : h.v! br-r-n asvif.-iatfd with On- · r r a ! K l e t . l r i c Co. for m a n y year-, ·;if.d iri.ired as rhief electrician · at the Veterans Hospital. He " .' .r. .! rneinher and pa:.t rnrn ,ir..-5.'.der of t h e local Arnerir-an :i.';':ou po'-.t; past chel-de Bra'- · :·"! rr.eifib'-r of 40 and Kifihl. ·;· - M r ran i,l the n a v v in World! ... K i n R i n a n . Ari.. Mrs. May Smit of F.I C a j n n . Calif, a n d Mrs I.ois Hudson of Kscondirio C a l i f . : seven grandchildren an four ereal grandchildren. Funeral service will he at p rn S a t u r d a y at. the FIRST B lint. Church with burial in Prair IP Grove Cemetery under direc l i n n of L i i g i n n u o l Funera Home. Mrs. Kempner Dies Create Little Netherlands The second grade lot In. Joe Luker at B Elementary School became "a ittle bit of the Netherlands" ast week as a study on ountries w a s climaxed w i t h n original play. Mn. J a m e i Hutchins, iative of Ihe Netherlands a mother of Rickey, one of the tudents, assisted in the study with first hand accounts of her :ountry. During the study the pupils made reports saw films wrote lories, learned Dutch songs md did several art projects, including construction of a large windmill. The play, with stage props irepared by the pupils a n d ictorj in costume highlighted he Wednesday activities, which concluded the study. Nursery Taking Enrollments For Fall Term T h e Cooperative N u r s e r y School at Central United Metho- disl Church is now taking enrollments for the fall session. Children must be lour nld by Ocl. 1, 1969 lo be eligible and a class will he formed for three year olds, to meet Tues day and Thursday mornings, if interest warrants it. Classes meet each Monday Wednesday and Friday frnrr 8:.'(0 to 11:30 a.m. anrl the coop erative program calls for parents to work on a regular nasi? twice each month with a quali tied teacher. A teaching position is open in the school. Inquiries regarding enrollment and the staff open ing may be directed to the di reclor Mrs. William Sistrunk 443-3408. 'War' Book Saves Newsman's Life SAIGON (AP) -- "Once There Was a War." by the lale John Sleinheck about World War II saved an American newsman from serious injury today. Jack Russell of the Nalinna Broadcasting Co. had a copy o the hook in his pants pocket a; he accompanied troops from thf U.S. 3lh I n f a n t r y Division across a rice field 18 mile south nf Saigon. Area News In Brief TOOLS STOLEN David Barney. 1900 N. Gir- ( land Ave., a Fayetteville High \ School student, told city police s Tuesday afternoon that a tool t box containing tools and motor t oil was taken Tuesday from the t The car was parked on the north side of the high school parking lot. LA MOVIE The University of Arkansas t movie, "To Partake of Knowledge," will be shown at 8 p.m. trdav b'' KFSVTV Channel 5 in Fort Smith. KINGSTON CONCERT KINGSTON-The singing Led better Family of Wichita. Kan., formerly of Hum?.ville. will present a concert at Kingston High i School at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The Kingston Alumni association is sponsoring the appearance to raise funds for school projects. Tickets may be ob- 'itained from Dale D. Clark in Spnnj?d3]c. Cnsrlcs C/urlpy in Huntsville and Doyle Little in Kingston. : WATER-SEWER STUDY SPRINGDALE - Members of the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission w i l l consider a short ranger water-sewer study for Washington and Benton Counties when they meet here at 7:30 p.m. today .Commission members are a so expected to approve a revised report on regional goals. PRELIMINARY SKETCHES BENTONVILLE - Members of the Bentonville School board have authorized architects to make preliminary sketches of a proposed new school administration building. fJMAYHALL RESIGNS s hall, president of the Benton- 3 ville Board of Education h a s · resigned his post. e PROMOTED *i BENTONVILLE-Three employees of Bear Brand Hosiery a Co. here have been promoted. , Promotions w e n t to Kd JGalvean, elevated to assistant e laiit m a n a g e r ; .1. R. Setser, v griege mill manager and Henry r Alfaro, finishing mill manager. former assistant plant manager George Tate will manage 5 the Rogers plant. e s STUDENT COUNCIL BENTONVILLE- S t u d e n t , council officers for the coming school year were named recently. They are Jerry Wayne Law- j son, president: Frank C a s e y , j vice president; Nancy Boss, 5 secretary and Rosemary Taylor, treasurer. GUEST SPEAKER BENTONVILLE -- Arthur M. Smith of Little Rock will be guest speaker at the eighth an- naul Rural-Urban dinner sponsored bv the Farm Bureau Friday at the Bentonville H i g h School cafeteria. The meeting w i n ncgm a t p. . IADIO OPERATOR BENTONVILLE - - . M a r i o n Foster of Rogers has been hired ^ as a radio operator for t h e '" Bentonville police department. n - INCORPORATION FILED ' s PEA RIDGE -- An industrial e development organization has T been formed in Pea Ridge. In · r corporation articles filed in the Benlon Counly Clerk's office note lhat the group will be v - known as t h e Pea Ridfie Indus- 171 trial Development Corporation. i- r HOMF. DESTROYED . JANE. Mo. --- Fire, apparently resulting from an explosion, destroyed the home of t h e " Vern Lngsdcn family here. g shortly after 'i. a.m. today. Fire." men from Pineville, Mo. and 1" Ucntonvillc. Ark. responded to ' the blaze, which destroyed the louse ;mcl contents. No one. was injured. HIDE IN RODEO SILOAM SPRINGS - The Golden Prnmenaricrs, a youth quadrille of the Silnain Springs Riding Club, will begin their re fourth year with participation in in the Tulsa Civic Center Rodeo I. in Tulsa, Sunday. in They will also perform at the Future Farmers of America al Junior Rodeo to he held at the of riding club arena May 2 and 3 ie MAKES APPLICATION Summer* teesnd vice preii- lent; Chester Turner, t h i r d -ice president: Denton B e a n , ecretary; R o n a l d Robrahn. reasurer; Roy Jamison, t a i l wister and Hurcel Dunlap, lion amer. DEMOLAY SALE SILOAM SPRINGS - T h e Siloam Springs Chapter of De- ilolay will sponsor a rummage .ale Saturday at 10 a.m. in he community buiWing. Proceeds wii! be used to promote club activities. SENIOR PLAY ST. PAUL -- A three a c t . comedy. "Daffy-Dills" will be jresented bv the senior class of St. Paul High School Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the s c h o o l gymnasium. SINGING CONVENTION DELANEY-- The South Madison County Singing Convention will be held at Delaney Sunday at 1:30 p.m. PROGRAM SET GREENLAND-Cordless telephones and computers that talk. sing and draw pictures, will be demonstrated at Greenland High School Friday. May 2 by Curt Johnston. Southwestern Bell science demonstrator. His program, entitled. "The Incredible Machine." features research being carried out by lelephone company scientists. Johnston travels throughout the state to present programs on new developments in communications. Central Sales Of Springdale Barred By USDA FORT WORTH, Tex. (API- Central Sales Co. Inc. of Spring dale. Ark., has been barred for two years, effective April 29 from operating under the Per ishable Agricultural Commodi ties Act. the Agriculture De partment announced today. The USDA's Consumer an farketing Service said the firm ailed to pay shippers in Ari ona. California. Texas. Mis ouri and Colorado more than $57.000 owed for numerous lots of fruits and vegetables. CMS officials said Ihe firm's 'ACA license had expired am ie firm is out of business. The firm and its officers are no eligible to obtain a new license until April 29, 1971. Central Sales filed a petition in bankruptcy Feb. 8. 1958. re rorting total debts of more than 169.000. including about $57. 000 due 12 sellers for fruits am vegetables. In answering USDA's com laint. Central Sales did no eny the charges b u t allegec that the debts involved in PACA violations had been listed a ebts of the firm in the bank ruptcy proceedings. USDA's judicial officer rule lat the discriplinary action wa not affected bv the bankruptc jroceedings. He concluded tha he firm was guilty of repeatet and flagrant violations of th PAC Act. Bi-Annual Meet Of Area Firemen Set For Monday SPRINGDALE -- The b annual meeting of the North west Arkansas Firemen's As sociation will be held in Centra ·"ire Station here Monday. Fire Chief Mickey Jackso said he expected some 125 are ircmen to attend the prograt which will begin at 5:30 p.m with a demonstration on pumi ng methods on the First Bapti Church parking lot. A chicken barbecue dinner set for li p.m. with the prograrr to begin at 7:30. Speakers will be State Re Charles Davis, who will spea on the firemen's legislative pr Bram, and Dr. Tom Whitin who will discuss respirator m-nhlems nf firp fiffhtprs. legal GantTn Say Me In T WASHINGTON (AP) - Le«al famblinf interests are com- ilairu.Tj President Nixon's pro;ram to fight organized crime liscriminates against persons ingBgCU in I B V M U l LKlilllft u(/vl o ions. Bookmakers in Nevada. A here gambling is a legal and o g business, said a proposal. College Student Is Abo Pilot For An Airline CHICAGO (AP) - If Tom ordell reaches his college asses a bit late some days his nstructors will understand be- ause they know he may have own from Hawaii to get there. Cordell, 28, a senior in politi- al science at the University of linois Chicago campus, is a pi- ot for United Air Lines. Cur- ently he is based out of Los An- eles. flying as a navigator on lights across the Pacific. Cordell usually leaves Chica- o Thursday morning, makes wo round trips from California o Hawaii and returns to Chica;o in time for a 10 a.m. class londay. Cordell. who will graduate in une. said he was never late for lasses on that schedule, "but 1 ften wanted to collapse in a bis leap and not even attempt to make it." He usually did make it tc lass, however, and did well nough to make the dean's list le also found time to plav Drench horn in the school's con ert band. Cordell said he took the job with United to help pay for his education after he was dis charged from the Air Force as a captain. Lodge (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE with regard to South Vietnam can be carried out without th« approval of the legitimate government of the Republic of Viet nam. Therefore, you must be prepared, as the government o he Republic of Vietnam is pre larcd. to begin the process o ierious discussions among Sout! Vietnamese of the elements of i political solution." He said the United States wil respect "whatever choice the; make about their political fi ure in a context free of compu! sion and coercion." "Progress toward peace. Lodge said, "can be hastene significantly if your side is pre pared in the near future to en ;age in practical negotiation on mutual force withdrawals." Lodge asserted that the en« my demand for a unllatera withdrawal of U.S. forces is no a serious proposal. South Vietnam's Pham Dan Lam also declared that the mu tual withdrawal of externa 'orees was the key to a settle ment. He linked the issue o withdrawal with a declaratio that the Saigon government ha 10 desire to stnninilHtc tnos who are bearing arms agains Those who are fightin against the S o u t h Vietnames government, he said, "will en iov all the rights stipulated b he constitution for every citize and they will have every oppor tunitv of contributing to the r« construction and edification fl :he country." He rejected Viet Cong propo! als for a peace cabinet and coi ition government, saying th was contrary to the principle c self-determination. Protest TOKYO (AP) -- About 80 u trarightists stormed the Japa Socialist parly headquarter Wednesday in protest again the party's stand on the recet downing of a U.S. reconnai sance plane by North Kore over the Sea of Japan. Three party officials were i jured when they tried to kee th* riffhtists out. acked by President Ni»on. to crease the federal occupation- tax on wagering from $SO to .000 was unfair and indicated hey may fight it up to the Su- reme Court as "unconstitu- onal." If they do, it won't be the first me the occupational gambling ix has been there. The Court ruled early last ear that an illegal gambler ouldn't be convicted for non- ·yment of the tax if he laimed that by registering to uy the tax stamp he incnmi- ated himself. NEUTRALIZED Justice Department officials aid that decision neutralized he Internal Revenue Service m Jiat phase of the racketeering attle but said other parts of the ew measure "will get the IRS ack into the battle against or- anized crime." The officials idn't say how the proposal «uld get around the high court ecision. It won't apply to government- perated sweepstakes such as he New York and New Hamp- bire state lotteriei. In Reno. North Swanson, own- r of the Reno Turf Club, said he annual federal wagering tax tamp along with the 10 per cent wagering tax was conceived ori- inally as a punitive measure 'ather than a revenue producer. It's obvious that we. the le- will ;al gamblers in Nevada, lave to get together and take hij to the Supreme Court to get Nevada exempted," he said. "The whole purpose of the tax to fight illegal crime-which we are not." BOOKIE COMMENTS A Washington area man who runs an illegal bookmaking operation asked how bookies like himself could be induced to pay ;l.OOO when few of them pay the ;JO fee. "Hell. I'd pay J5.000 for a stamp if they'd let me alone," le said. "But when the stamps irst went into effect I can re member four guys who went ahead and bought them and within a year they'd all been arrested." Treasury Department figures show sale of stamps in 1968 produced $416.000. The 10 per cent ax levied against gambling operations produced another J4.5 million--most of it. presumably. rom legal operations in Nevada. Men Mb Recovered By Polke Todiy A set of bucket iMtt end e pistol vtTt found thii morning in i c»che of «tol*n |oocu di«- covered in the woods behind tht Entertainment Center on Hwy. 62 west. Charley Ray. Hwy. « west, reported findini the cache to the Fayetteville Police Depirt- ment this morning » short distance from the unpaved road north of the Entertainment On- Criminal Capt. Glenn Riuini said included in the cache were two blue bucket seats and a .22 caliber pistol taken Wednesday night from the automobile nf Russell Ogle, 1744 Lawson St. Ogle also reported he loss of a stereo player and six tapes, which were not found. Riggins and Patrolman J. O. Surles said the cache also in eluded two new tires, two per:able radios and a pair of shoes. There were no stereo players or stereo tapes found in the cache. Other thefts reported to police this morning included tap* players and tapes from the automobiles of Dick Hall, 800 N. jarland Ave., and Danny Phillips, 1216 S. Maxwell Drive. Creative School To Open Nursery Fayetteville Creative School* announce the opening of a five- day-a-week afternoon nursery school session. These classes are in addition to the present morning nursery school and two-session kindergarten curriculum. The nursery school afternoon session is from 12:30 to 3:39 o'clock each day M o n d a y ihrough Friday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. It is open to four-year-o 1 d children whose birthday is before Oct. 1, 1969. The two-day and three-d a y morning sessions will be continued unchanged next year. Mrs. Betty Huckleberry is teacher for both the morninj; and afternoon nursery school. Applications for enrollment for the 1969-70 school year ara now being accepted by M r i, Elise R. Vinzant, 442-7762. Business Notes Approximately 32 sales representatives of Investors Diversified Services. Inc.. and their wives will attend a meeting at Bella Vista Country Club April 26. with Tom Harrison, zone manager, and Mrs. Harrison hosts. The session will open a May sales campaign which will include a contest to select both a May Queen and later a Regional queen among wives of the sales leaders. W. K. John son. divisional sales manager in charge of the Tulsa divisional sales office, will speak. POOCH GETS CARPETING NESTON. England (AP)' -Workmen today instated wall- to-wall carpeting in the kennel of a black cairn terrier whiclj inherited $80,457 from its owner, Vera Rae. Mrs. Rae died last December, two days after putting the 8- year-old dog, Sherry, in the care of Mapleoak Kennels. Her will was published Wednesday. The kennel operators said the dog's boarding bill was about $7.20 a week but Sherry will now start getting de luxe treatment, starting with a giant bone. The will said that money left when the dog dies will go to six animal charities. Ray E. Dillon. Jr. President Dillon Companies, Inc., announced sales for the nine months ending March 29, 1969, were J122.728.618 the same p e r i o d last year. Net i n c o m e a f t e r taxes hit an all- time high of $2,592,515 -- an increase of $182,690 over the same nine months' period last year. Per share earnings for the current nine months' period are 73 cents, compared to 68 cents for the same period last year. SILOAM S P R I N G S-The Dawn Hill Country Club ha made application for license t Two Presidents REDMOND. Ore. (AP) -- The new student body president at Redmond High School is a team of two students. Dan Elliot and Paul Unger, both honor students, were elected on a platform that two could do a better job for the school | ( and each could keep up his grades. Red Cross Collects 125 Pints Of Blood Collections at the Red Crqst Bloodmobile on the University of Arkansas campus dropped, Wednesday with 125 pints collected. This brings the total of blood donated during the first three days to 587 pints and stepped up efforts to achieve the goal of 1.000 pints are being made for today's collections. Today is the final day of the four-day visit and the Bloodmobile will be at the Student Union until 5:30 p.m. UPHOLSTERY FABRICS · and ACCESSORIES i Fabric City has it... aid i m more of it thai ~ I elie! * FABRIC CITY ..._ «VH.YH HILLft V^'u^mv' ,'n" Won; RaH,,'lpi o m p n , , » . , I ,',rl a member of the L i l l l o R"'k. widow 'if Abe .1 '' . J . l ' J -i u i i . i n . ' , . f n i i l n l n r -.:;r-vived by the widow. .?ai Kllen H a r r i s o n , of the '·'.'i step-sisir-rs. M r s. ;:· anri M r s J a n e r,'i'h of Spnn^rlale nnrl K - ' i t r r - r V/illi.'im I l a r r i '.',·;.· ; ..r.::ior,. I). ''. · :· ar.'an f r rn'-n! i ; . v/ i 1 I . - . . . . ,,\ I,-.- ;.I ii r, r I:''- William Frank FAT OVERWEIGHT LITTLIC ROCK f A I ' i Mr.' 8.1. o J Kempner, one of tlir founders nf Kempncr's Department store dirrl Wednesday. Services for Mrs. Kempner will he at 10:.10 a.m. Thursday SERVICES in r,r «.-r1 I, vi- l',n(rr. Ortrlrir-x u^m;,, · nrl It, lATRfl »ir ( t,.,i n v . /| f'.r V.Wi Holh »r» xill vi,ih t h i |iitr«r,ir. r . I[ not »«ll.!ir,| |,, r , r ;r^*»on. lunl rrturn 1h* p \ four drudirtAt and f^t yriur tu| mnn'y hlu-x No nin«llnn« ukrit . Adrift^x li Mid with thli onuo ·rent - m CINTIM - MAIL eKB W I N N . Olio Lfonurd--Thur«- v y.-illi p.m. 1'eoplc'a Miln Church. Kev. Vivan nrtcj o f l i c l a t i n g . Inter- ·nl, Kirn .Sprlndu Ccme- illlSON, Murlon-Thursitoy i:lili p.m. Kicn Will n«ptlU| Church nt P i l R r i m Rest. ft«v. ''il ( i n r r i v m nffienting. IntermMil, Joyce Cemetery. BROWN. Rurlry B. -, Sutur- y 1'r.nn a.m. Nflson'l «pM. Inlermpnl, Buckhorn A soldier near Russell tripper! sell alcoholic beverages for on Rrenade booby trap. A one premises consumption. inch fragment buried itself in the book and nicked Russell' right thigh. The wound was su UON OFFICEHS SILOAM SPRINGS--Willian pcrficial, hul the newsman will Peahndy has been elected presi he hospitalized for about a wcc to guard against infection. The soldier suffered minor lej wounds. rlent of the Siloam Springs Lion Club. Other officers are Harley Hoi comb, first vice president: Le NIGHTS for DO YOU SEEK REAL MEANING IN LIFE? CHRIST IS THE ANSWER! CRUSADE of the AMERICAS Hear Outstanding Speakers and Musicians Proclaim the Reality of Jesus Christ at Tht Following Churches April 20-27. Lincoln Baptist Caudle Avenue, Springdale First Baptist, Huntsville First Baptist, Fayetteville Second Baptist, Fayetteville I To Buy Property I cheek th* real ettote mar* kelplaee, Clauified Ad.. Turn back to fh» Want Adi. Now. Sorry, but th* | en* lilted below hat ·!· ready been i*ld. BY OWNCft, it bed.. I'.i tMth, ftmtly-kltelicn. e a r n e r tot. n*tr WootfUuid Junior Kin. PKMnt .1% l«m on t» ·». iiimeit. Av*ll«bl* July 1. Phon* xxx-xxxx. A 15- word ad h only I $4.30 en eur economical 6-day rat*. You can can-| Ice) when you get remlti and pay only for the deyi Dial 4424242

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