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NOffTHWKT AIKANSAS TIMB, Fayttttvlll*, ArhartMH, Saturday, January f, Clayton Rand Says: It was thoughtful of Senator 'Bob Taft to have his tonsils taken out this early in the presidential campaign. Often the removal of one's tonsils changes one's voice and it will be interesting to see what effect, if any, this operation India To Receive 0,S. Gill Of $50,000,000 New Delhi. India-MVI'he Unit- oil States agreed todav to Rive I n d i a $50,000,000 to help that nation speed up hcr lagging ecoi imc nnd a g r i c u l t u r a l development. The contribution will be made under nn agreement signed by , Prime Minister Neru and U. S. has upon the Senator's candidacy. | Ambassador Chester Bowles at a A candidate for president has to | brief ceremony in New Delhi It of slatesmsnship. On account^ radio, vision and, Shorts on lars with an equivalent sum in television and,-shorts on t h e : ] " tiim nupccs to '"TM 3 $100 '- "screamies" he must have sex a p - 1 nn ". (l011 Indian-American Technl- peal, be more or less photogenic cal Cooperation Fund. and possess a radio pei-sonality.! · · It becomes necessary for sonic' CI FPTIOKI POK1TF5T candidates to study elocution, and I l " l - l - v * ' "-"^ V-wr« I CJ I with television coming i n t o t h e 1 J 0 '1 T ' W 'J, F -? FR ?, M P A G E °'"- K political picture, candidatas may ' T ^ nonrin^^tiiKM ..,''- °°" S| ·have to submit to plastic surgery, ' like movie actors, to be presen- ! table. . Ward Four -- L. L. Hammond, j Thomas Holt. T. E. Williams, Wil- George Washington with .false teeth, Abraham Lincoln with I A Ac "' his whiskers, and Calvin Coolidge! ," "f s bcwc with his cold exterior might have 1 , ma Taylor, James S. Taylor, .foe Albert D." Mosley "": Tilml « s TM', oil ' W i l l i a m H. Allen, had some trouble today'mcltins ! M ? h ^ ,"' , chc ' T 'the masses. * " c llsl of subpoenas submitted A political campaign is as hard b - v a(l "i''icys for Mayor Rhea in- on the people as on the candidates clurltl d the following names: and 1952 promises io be a rip- Everett Campbell. Elza . F. * snorter. There will probably be i Stapletqn, J. C. Smith, Jeannine 'more static on the radio and more ~ distortions on TV t h a n the people have ever encountered. So it was kind of Senator T n f t -to condition himself for the campaign. If President Harry Truman would only have his adenoids removed now, we'd, know whether he had made up his mind. * Polio Drive Cards "With Cash Received Seventy-five of the more than 12,000 contribution cards for the "1952 March of Dimes campaign have already been returned according to Jack Joyce, city chairman for the drive. The March of Dimes campaign opened Jnuary 2 , . . , Campbell, Webb Williams, A. P. Eason, L. O. Graham, Mrs. L. O. Graham, Merlin Layer, L. S. Kyle, Mrs. L. S. Kyle, C. O. Hansard, Mrs. Lowell E. Chancy, Lowell Chaney, James D. Reese, Austin Morton, C. K. Foiled. Faye Ra.v- II. C. Hall, George L. Bowen, . , Carl B. Bonncll, Hugh Scasborough, Beulah Cruse, Harris Rhea, Dr. Max D. McAllister and Mrs. Everett Campbell. ' D. W. Reed. 1.' C. M i l l e r , Mrs. B. B. Plak. Hinkle. V. James Ptak, J. C. Putnam. Anthony J. Carrante, J. W. McGehce, Harry Hamilton, Lloyd F. Little. M a u r i c e M. Southern, A r t h u r Castlcman' W. L. (S) Bronson, Mrs. V. James Mamie .1. H a n n a . Newt and will continue through the j S ( uarti rr ar | Wat( .;. L( , p Holland. is county j j. D . Eagle, Hollis Spencer. W. S. month. Frank Suttle c h a i r m a n . The amount collected from the return of the cards, the only listing on the first report made by Bronson, J. H. Skclton, Mrs. J. H. Skeltnn, Skclton, Pearl Mrs. Thompson, Burl Donald Watts. Everett Uile. G. F. Johnson, Lee Joyce, was $155.61. Joyce said | Skellon. Mrs. Lee Skelton, and that he felt the prompt return of so many cards this early in the drive was encouraging. Funds derived from the campaign are used in the local and national care of i n f a n t i l e paralysis patients and in research toward the prevention of the disease. Births Floyd Southern. Mrs. M. L. McGoodwin. GeorMc Obituary A. C. Poolt A. C. Poolc. 80, died at 3 p. m., cstcrday at his home in Y u m a , INSTRUCTION Arizona. He was born October n I HETOHE you mirii iiini row cr ni -'·"··' -iir suarHnlc'Ml fold n r r v r n - Sirtr Urn*. 9:111 N o r l h JR71 in Washington County v/hcro ' StoSM Requests GOP Primary In Arkansas Little Rock-(/l')-Harold E. Slas- sen, Republican presidential nominee, yesterday in a letter to the Republican State Committee and Secretary of State C. G. H a l l requested a party pi mary in Arkansas. Osro Cobb, chairman of t h e ! State Committee, replied t h a t the cost of the primary, which be es- ; timatcri at $75,000. would be | "prohibitive" and said it is "un- j likely" it will be held. I , - - - - - , . . . . However, Arkansas law makes ! Cassal of Fayetteville, Mis. Emma '.'suL',. """chi it mandatory on "a State Commit- j 1'hillips and Mrs. N'ila M i l l e r , ^ pi,,,,'.,. ino-.l tee of any political party in this hoth of Y u m a , Mrs. Gusslp H a y - ' i'.o"ST-t'.Mihr Iron COMPLETE y o u r h l r h ichool »1 homt 1 NOItCB in "parr lime. Texts ( u r n u h p d Dl- | _J.'.ir.-'!.i ijlonin. No L-IUMCI. Kfftid (fir 47 p a n e l ^,,p, ,. b o o k l e t jmd unniplc le»i,n free. Amrni-iiir Srhuol. I'O Box 183, K u r r k j SprinKv A t k i l n i A i fERSOSAI. U'Kihlni m a c h l n r . I 1 h n n « I'l'l.rs. Gii!ili-n Urltcloiu. SZ.IIB. R r t l U d i r n m t . SL'M prr l u « h H A r k . i n - »n. l.v.1,1 M i t r n t r . I I K U n r m a n j fd anil drj,'. r r - I4H-.I-I. Crtllccc-. Pllo: "' to the former Miss Ida Bell Swancrty of Kaycttcville. November 1, 1891. He was a fanner by trade hut has been retired for a number of years. . j -~--"-'. Surviving him ure his wife o f i ^ ^ T Y u m a ; five d a u g h t e r s , Mis. Toyji-'oST. 1 ATTKNT1ON I LET Ilir A m n f l , (·n. pnv ,,,,,, him Kir (n T h i i r m n n Hale. rillinc 101-W-l. Q U A L I T Y APPLIES , G O L D K N U M f r l m i i . Hrd D r l l r l o u t . [ \ V t u » n p I n « p r c l l n n I n v i l r r l "Wn 1 \ V i c j ; n n « . A r k u n i a i Cold S t n r n u c , ur h i i s p l l n l nntl dn i n f o r n n t l o n . w .112 l l a l h c o r k n AM) I-O1JNI) f r m u l r b p l t r r p u p p y , w h i t e All»W(TK til pet. new«rtl anv political p a r t v in this order a preferential pri-! state to order a preferential pri-! den of Porum. Okla., and Mrs.! |;jj- *«··». n n m c p l a t r Plrnw phone mary when such committee is lie- i Carrie Bell Dusaii. llousion Tex-1 ^" IUN JJ-·;·--,-, ·;,,,-. Wrl ,v itox j.jr, tllioncd to do so by any candidate j »*; three sons. Oscar Poolc o.' I jvnmes ' _^' fr»r such nomination." Civilian Employment By Government (limbs W;ishinRl(»n-(/?j-Sfenator H (DrVa.) said today total civilian! children. Tahlequah, Okla., l.oe Pontc Sah Uicso, Calif., antl Hubert Pnolc of Prescott, Any..; Divce .sisters, Mrs. W. B. Pcltitfrcw, Kny- ettevillc, Mrs. Kilii Yount, Cavt 1 Springs, and Mrs. Tiny Taylor n j Bell, C a l i f . ; one brother, Frank , Poolc of F a y p U c v i l l c ; a n u m b o r of B.vrd, gi-;indchJ]dren and ^rcat gnind- Of LOST, prccn 'itlllfiild neit nffn-L- or n i u u M i l l , r n n t imt)It- papi;r( n i u l r 07BW1. Hi-want. trfrplioiin nntnlimitf v rrciiry. Fli WANTED TO BUY eir-ploymcnt by the federal government climbed to 2,503,070 persons in November, a Rain of 4,951 over the previous month. Additional industrial employes in the m i l i t a r y establishment! caused the gain, the Joint 'Committee on Reduction of Ts'on-es- sential Federal Expenditures reported. Byrd is the committee's chairman. j F u n e r a l a n t l burial services w i l FOR SALE . Monday, in Yuma. Dennis Eugene Stiilwell Dennis Eugene. Still well, ivirr road nnd LIVKSTOCK nliT~nl cr calf. I'hone 18F-- , FOR SALE--AUTOMOTIVE. X , kom ' 1041 ClTFVR^hZf^pfrl^T^PTlc^TTca^' December It!, l i l r i l , in O k l a h o m a i soruiiiit. ."phone ' Mfy _ Citv, will be buried this a f t e r n o o n fan' PLYMOUTH "four floor."OK nn hi " " " EXTRA LANES-- CONTINUED FROM PACK ONE tion along the present route, mak- ng 71 between the two cities a divided four-lane highway, rather t h a n const ruction of a separate highway to the west; (2) request- ins that enpinoors get here as soon as possible to survey for the project; and (3) proposing that committees be named by the Uvo L Stuckoy cemetery iit-iir John.son following funeral service. 1 : a I 3 p.m., at the Moore's F u n e r a l Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Lawrence Price. The body arrived hero ihis morning- Survivors are the parents, Homer and Edna S t i l l w e l l ; two brothers. Loon and Donald Lee of the hnme; the p a t e r n a l grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stillwell. and the maternal n^nnd pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson, all of FayqttevJlk 1 . lor. sfiOiimi · r s i l y . Phono I!747W. Arrl"tn"it-k."lra(lc "or"snle. O l c l n h n m n . J n y Semite. I c . l l r l k i t * r'r A i iiniplrir l i n * i H A M I ' T O N ' S A J I M V S t l R P I , ! IS STOHF hv i-vcryrinr iMionj- 2913. Berry 1 * QUALITY" ~ USED P I A N O S KCONOMIC:AI.I,V IMMCED S O U T H W E S T PIANO SERVICE 502 South College Phone 3021 -J332W. TERMS IDEAL MATTREHCOJ Wt m*«t or b*at any comp«lUion " DICKSON WANT TO KENT SMALL liouKR siiit[ihlr""|or"l w i t h i n r ;ul ins of 10 niilps of town K n n u n h arrcapp f o r i r u r k ( H r m i n R . W r i t e Hox .I-R:,. ' . T i n i p s . G A R A f i K t./r 1 " lull Iriinjf ""in ""»tor~c~ two o r t l i r c c ( r u r h * nnri n m n l l n m o u n t of ronni for niL'rchnndisr. PO Box _J07. Hnrrlson. __ __ .1 HEbribOM hiii "~ VV_r itc^ J3ox_ FOR Excavating - B u l l d o z i n g Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor 212 Vlrclnin Av«..'hf.x 141 \'.. Sta. f y l i '"iqJ_*_BQ L _fr_''y_cJyiUc _____ F f » R SAIJK-- R F A I . INCOME S350 1 N V F S T M K N T V.' .'.D ;t t I M l iirr i n n n l l l PER MONTH limra W i l l t r of I i K f v n l u FOR SAI.K-- HOME NFKDR MRS~fiMITH~pli : niip""rDll"~for" 100 A. ON I L L I N O I S P H I f K ?; 0,1" g u i l e ^ sonrl ],-.".· f . i r u t u m a l l i i i i p r m n i i i T . u Oi. m.til. m i l k nnd Kchnnl IIIM r n n i r i STOCKED AND EQUIPPED roil S7.301 71 n c r r * :n ;irrr* if v « l l e v . r , i n r m i r m k M-iin-rcd n - . m p 2 I t n i n - n i r i l i p r m i ; t i n ! «n . li.sr- if - I n - |»fiusr ami v . h J i h umi-l l.~ p:prd I t i N i f h r lunxr In- M r : , \ - i t . fowi. c h l r h i - i i n . f u r n i t n r r f,mi tnnu" LOCATION THE BEST .inf! A 'RCOCJ 1 r.ii.'in r^-^vc!^.-'!-'! ionir Ini-n r.ii,) r.an.iji'. Ctlia^" m,*.-. ,.,-Hjir l..,i ;,'tl ' « n . i S - . fri.ni FOR SALt-MAI, FUTAIT · X~M"i:f: riurCrx in "StSnT" sirtrT hw I I V U K room »nd Iclichen corn- Icnrd. I n r ^ c ncdriom, Jhower b»th in nnr n p » r l i n r n l , in th« other vpart- ni-r.l i h r r p u A l i v l n n ronm. kitchen t"-'Jrnotn «ntl a h f i w r r h^th. plenty of rl'.tc'.v I'tit nL-rojfl f r o m the new I l i s h Krhivil »nd ant hlnck Ironl n i " n .Sfhf'Ol. f r a m e hou** w i t h a.i- ' ..... »" '""I. attached firm"., r u e OWNKFl 9 r. Cj II I T Y CAN BE "OUGHT KOn II. 11)000 CASH Thll u r n p r r i v u i l l lell quiet Shown hy .·ilniTnti.lf.il j ' . in.ncKs rnoM THE FIRST HA. I I O N A I , H A N K I n W i h i n f l r n e:ilif,ol f l i i l r i c i . THIS TWO BED. f t n r i M H O M E w i t h I J v l n i roam. d ' n i r i K room, k l t r h e n . Urrf« sl**jer|. in i - ' - i c h , f l n i r /nrnac« anrt Hoort. l i ' t n i i n p ( t r r n ; » c r l ^ v r l Mf. p a i f '' '.''.""·. 9 ' l """ 'n lorcir IS NOW M A.'LSHAMBLIN REALTOR m · JIM HOLDER '"; . » n c v r r v x r n i i t . only 3 \ttri O l d . * V.'. :,')') V-'rH^Jlnx J-77. T-:Tifnci. h : f i v inifili MniitTMn"mr"ioi~t'~?rtkV jtt I D - A M Pnrr S3Wfm._J^hon* 230S. A C f t K f r t r m . 5 room" iioujf:'"i(oVd~w"ell, r i - l l . i r , chickon hou«c. «*r;i*«, plcc- t i d - t i j - . r\n'. mndcrn. hy own«;r. Priffft ',m no Trriin WouM t x k B «0od , sfi.onn A !hal y n u \ it .1 il! l i k e . I-uni mic R1 Ht Ilrya Phon* r p7 ; 40 A. -6,000 BROILERS cr: s(;.:mn fnr ihu roori imir c ' i n l o r m n t i o n In y o u r cd M o l h i me w i t h Bcrlou ny. Lewis Bros . Rock. ___________ IX Hrnncrs. rcp;ilrs-KUp- lor -18 hours, 75c. 117 W. assist in purchasin for the a d d i t i o n a l L. McConnel Mrs. Ted Chambers to right-of-way two lanes. The Rroup also expressed appreciation to Faubus for consult- K with them on the matter. Lee Seamstcr, vice chairman of M. L. McGoodwin.Mhe Fayetlcville Highway and R. M'ylie, Howard Mr. and Mrs. -frrry Ctiist Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Guist of j Fayettevillc announce the b i r t h ' of a son, January 4, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Martin Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r L. Martin of Fa.vettevillc announce the birth of n d a u g h t e r , January 5, at the County Hospital. Ccrtf Of Th«nkt , W i t h g r a t e f u l hearts we t h a n k each one of our f r i e n d s for t h e i r k i n d word* of s y m p a t h y , t h e Rnod food nnd b e a u t i f u l flowers in mir rrcrnl bereavement of t h e death of our beloved f a t h e r and p r a n d f n t h e r . . Let; Ausup. May God'? richest · blcEsinKs fthide with oach of you. Mr. »nd Mrs. Floyd Nash nnri f a m i l y Mr. and Mrs. Evcrcttc A l l s u p and family I Pritchard. W. B. Day, Roy Nix, Rn:ce Crider, I I . E. Waggoner, E. M. Murnhy. Mrs. Ellis Poorc. Ellis Poorc, Ted R. Wylic, Price Dickson, Karl N. Williams, Mrs. H. ff. Bcnhrook, Mrs. J. E. Shoemaker. John E. Shoemaker, John J. Clark, and Ricks Hall. C. W. Trewitt. P. M. Rhea, Mrs. L. L. Shirmer, Mrs. G. F. Beaver, Mrs. C. W. Trewhitt, John E. Mahaffey, Mrs. John E. Mahaffcy, Mrs. Davis Richardson. Davis Richardson, and J. S. Prairie Grove. Transportation Committee presided. Gus Eid;idson, chairma n of t h c ] D ° : Highway Committee,'^- Miss Edith Dell Fuller Funeral service for Miss E d i t h Dell Fuller, 70, longtime 1 Fuyctte- villc resident who died AVcdne^- day in hcr hnme. was conducted yesterday afternoon in the Wat/on M o r t u a r y by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., pastor of the Central Meth- ndiM Church. Burial was in Fairview cemetery. Pallbearers were Roy Scott, Doyle Morrison, Charles A l k i n s n n . .. J fin 0(1 . $ R9 on S ftf 00 S!7S.(t:t S 1.V01 S J.VOO S -H 00 __ ])!irtly"~furnUh- Tr Times. _ JL5^'T--5!I5. CF 1!^-15P IIJS U N F U n N I S l F K n I nlcr "inr'sc ronni nrnr!ii)onl. x v i l h prlv.iic h m h n n d Kfiracc, to rrll.ihlr p t r m n n r n l r n u - ple. Mrs_ .r.y C n r n r y . Plmnr J.llfi. DU/M-EX n p n r t m c n t . " ' (urnijihcrt 4 _i'otm« nnd b n l h I'lionc 172I-.1. 2 h66M""fiiFnlslir(r a p i i r i m c n l . Billl _pnlf)._Ph(mc 2'2'JR-n. 2 DOUULK~rfKini!i."K!flfl]. "Our .\liiKlc _Siri.n(l._ Phone 1579. 20 South M i l l TWO Iwflroorii mortem" house. I Inlly- _^v-ooit Avrjssri month. Phone fiT|-Il-.i. 2 ROOM fnrn'ish'ud upaViincnt." Bills p a l f f . Phone 222HR. N I C K L Y ' h i r n l R h r t l ' n|."nrtinrn( " w l t l i new Krijtidnlrc- Good l o r n l l o n dir Blrla or couple who work. All u t i l i ties jinid. V n c n n t .Innunry I3lh. C«ll i ti.iiu u r n NEWLIN REALTY »r\rrn .tnrlJ-v r n l t u r r 2 ACI1EK Imlil. 4 r IlollKr. K:,H. f l r c t n w n t c r hy t h r do in ii 5 r. Plinn,, a r r a m iup C i t v w e l l nnw : I N S U R A N C E 1 i Aolomobik -- Liability'.' !§@ Fire - Exttnded CovfraQt ';ifj- Polio - Plot* Glaii ; WADE FINCHIR I Arcade Bldg. fh»n« 60« "INSURANCE ' WITH SERVICE" LEWIS BROS. BAJIM1 fsrd FrlRicliiirc rofriKcrator L'srd CE r c f r l K c r n l o r ''*P(\ niMlfllX wiislltT Usoil Bpntllx ( I r y p r UJCil roiil i.'irculnlcir Used E u r e k a i-lraucr Uwd_G_K vashcr W ",o T aPi!li«f;TM Mm- 'm n | Ch ym,"""u!'l CAilCK~Tr,«ir-b.dTM7iV "turnliiireil. | ~ ; """ , ,. - ^ - . " ^ . . . . / | l i k e in iracle? ITomi! hy. 1 Jni.y h»vc I _phoiii!_ ll«.l._ · I · W O R K M E N ' S COMPENSATION j w h n l you need nml \ve enn trniie ] r, riOOM holm 1 , .lOfl Norlh University'.! -- r n ^-i r ^ . 1 niioniis AIM'LIANCI; c:o. I j'honejrau. _ __ · Plate Glass · B u r g l a r y :it N o f l h BMek 1'hnt.e 2021 i MODEHN lurnililieri eiileiriiey" apiirl- ' ' Aulomotiv6| ·Fire Health and Accident Polio · L i a b i l i t y Hospitalizalion Polio T R I P Heollh liability ,' Accidunt Aulomobjll Burglary Plot* OUl» UTLEYCO. - f j Goorgi f . Caudl* Vie* PriMictenl In Inauninc* Mtr. introduced Faubus. Expanding of the strelch nf Highway 71 between the two cities has already been programmed, and Faubus said $408,000 has been earmarked for the construction. M a t c h i n g funds are available for "" city h a d ; widening highways within limits, it was pointed out. Federal road authorities L j M c K c e h a n , Torn iM. Lanslord. UHl Robbed In Penthouse New York-(/P)-The secretary of Actor Gabby Hayes was robbed in his penthouse yesleday on one floor while he chatted with his wife and niece nn another. The secretary, Miss Helen Kelly, said two mm accosted her in the apartment. After warning .her to m a k e no outcry, they fled with hcr S5DO riinmonri ring, a wrist watch and SIOO in cash. The men apparently entered and escaped through a terrace doorway. Mr!. Tin* Edwards Howard Beiilnnville-(Special)-.Mi-. Tine Edwards Howard, 93, died Friday nifiht al the home of hcr daughter, Mr.s. Lynn P u t m a n . at Anrierson, i\ln., following a brief illne.-s. She was burn A p r i l 2o, l i n e s , in Bedford County, Term, looked with disfavor on _thei pro- | she camc w|lh hc| . ^ ^ ^ Denton County in liiliv anrl li\'ed in the Oakley Chapel community and Dug I f i l i c o m m u n i t y u n t i l six years ago. The body uas removed from Anderson to the Burns Funeral Home in ficnton- Norman Ivey, who lives south of j V jn c . Mrs. Ho\vai'd is survived by her daughter, Mrs. P u t m a n : tv.-o brolliers, Mnncc Howard of Clarc- . r l h .Scho ·i OR Parks of posal to provide four Highway 71 on the present route. Springdale WE PAY CASH FOR DEAD OR CRIPPLED ANIMALS Phone Colled 1819 . Fayetteville Rendering Co. ! Train Crash Injurti 45 i Chicaso-W*)'.'Forty-five person.* ! were injured, six seriously, last night in the crash of two northbound elevated railroad trains at the 35th Street station on the south side. CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PhoiM Collvcl 2353 ArkaniM Joplin Rendering Co. patient at the City hospital. The Booklovers club met Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock for a lunch- con at Mary Maestri's, west of mor(1 . Okla., mid Perry ,,r Lyons, Springdale. After the luncheon the K ' 1n -^ sev TM grandchildren and 15 group remained for a business \ great grandchildren, meeting with Mrs. D. E. Eicher, | Funeral yen-ices w i l l be cnn- the president of the club, in ducted Sunday at the Baptist charge The program title f o r - t h e ] Church in Dug H i l l at 3 p. m., with burial in the Due H i l l I'ome- under the direction day was "The Appalachians," j which is a part of the ' "Your Kelvin _ USED" plnslii; "rovcrcct l l v i n K rnoin sulle. nivan anil chair, $JO 00. Lewis nrnj. _Co.._Inc. ATTEK'D our f u r n i t u r e .nuction SnUir- il:iy n i n r n i n H M( a. m F u r n i t u r e fnr e v e r y ronni In t h e house. One lot |)T m l s e c l l i i n p n n i i . l l l l l n n Urns. Allr- 2 HOOM house. l i o n House, H l g h w n y 71 N n r l h . p h n n c 1770 _ S K V I C H A I , Konil liseit h«ri dlvanl. liirnl..hert. Ne 1 priecd S^O.IIO lo Siri.OO. Lewis rtrofi. i n l e l y . 1'honc 23HW Co.. Inc. _ L A R G E extension d t n t i i K room lahle | 2 ROOM furnished Hi.d Kix iti:ilellin« el.alrs. $7, r i.U(l net. | _l)lnrlt f r o m c n n i p u Lewis Urns. Co.. Ine. _ : , n~d()M " i n i f u l n b l ' EI.r.CTnlC r c f r l c t - i a t o r a'nii t l i n R e . Jins line. Phone Jit Older model!, h u l In p e r f e r l w o r k l n n jr O {J n ,,,,,,, /,7rnl«hfd" eoniiillon. W i l l I r n o e For ens ranee. phone H»7W or Bee can heater. 1 ; or s t u d i o e n u r h Phone _ e v e n l l l K s nr weekenn.v Ifi.'iSIM ENOT.iS!l~iindo nflcrlcyV'hnnd'Tm iic«" pnlrt'.' Fu HOHJZbN'"ny"FM»foriirii"r"tliirc7i;fMnii ncxv einiuunon nr spnicL' colors. I bedroom miile. \ v n t n u l . u n i t y , henrh and hcri. 2 1 4 1 ' quiet couple. .1. rnl|_l»4.1W. house, completely futn- i.ihed Gnort Harden. KVti«nnntitc. 401 Gnver^nmeni. Phone 2952W. KOOM l o r t w o men aliiilentn. O n e secr«t*ry Telephone 7203 . n"onth GOOD" cher.t. _ . " . . _ . _ . . J " c L A R G E K(|iinrtr"(llnlnf! room "tunic", S|0.0!l._J.i?win^_Hro.i. Co.. Inc. lTsri)~"hrcrrooriT~ftu"ii(-riicd. "chest."'van- i t y , dresser. JTJ.a.l. Lewis Hros. Co. Inc. USKIJ Wood dlncHe ncl~Tnblc~iuid Is flros. Co.. Wood d i n c l l p ncl our chnirs, SIS 00. Lev, Inc. F(1lR SAU-. OR TRADE TWO' wood I n t o r 4 b A r l h Strr . ct ' _ ni stovc7."Vnc "a""rlrcii- -r oil move. Trade for Hroylcn. 513 South Hill R u r n s gram on "Geographical Giants," and was directed by Mrs. W. P. Hail. The Friendly Neighbors Home. " Demonstration Club met at the j " m · home of Mrs. Doss Graham, on J "»* 303 Park Avenue, Thursday after- j noon. Committees were appointed Home. Crash Kills IS Person* Rio De Janeiro, Brazil-MO-Fif- Iccn persons burned to dcalh and .... 20 others were seriously injured Baker the,assistant home demon- today in the crash of a bus and a · stration agent from Fayetteville street car in Salvador. was present at the meeting and gave a demonstration on m a k i n n g white, not wheat, not rye, flavor blend of all three-[e's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf nounccd Pr af d " "atc!^ \ NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D A D S ORC Headi To Confer lamp fliades. Twelve members \VashinRton-(yp)-Hcads of the 25 I and t h r c e fi " Mts , JIfl .! lc !? I ! crt1 l l , Thc Army Organized Reserve Corps ( S'^sts were: Mrs. Milo Washburn, divisions will hold a one-day con- l] ! Mrs. Burl Anderson, and Mrs. H. A. j frrence at the Pentagon January i n. Abshier-Bryan Motor Co. 'Your Friendly For4 Dealer Since 1913" 42 scrtion. Throe-cons-eculive- 7 cents per word. M i n i m i i n C I n M i f l c d arts cnsh in ndvance-nu'i Iflkcn over the HHcphone Deadline fnr cilawlflcd Krix: 10:30 a. m dally; 3:30 a. m . Saturday. Corrpctions nnd rerun f h c t r l u l l v made aflcr Urst l n w r t l o i i N o Vorrec^ ttonv or rerun made a f t e r «d has cx- .-d. NOTE: A d v r r H s i n R copy fnr . nase.s is H u e at ).' noon t h e rtav ccedmc piil)lic.ition; I- noon S;itu I %~£% fat'^n'joti on Mnnd n y : nnd up. H. M. Peter- J!2P'TM I 1 L1?«_ 20Kl._nrnlric Grove. OWNER"" w i l l sol) (or VaiiT'or" trade fnr stock, uni ID proved (jO\ 3 nt-re*. 4*j mile* f r o m J J n i v u r s i t y . c J r c l r l c i l y Hiid phone nvaiTnhlo. RL-hno] and m u l l roitlrs, n h n u t 10 ncrrs can h« t - u l H - va ted for h r r r i r s or I n n i H l f i e ^ , rc- ^ i ^ i i v I e r t U n h t T e ( f . p h ( m c 1RII2M FOR LEA SE ^ M O D E R N 8(rvicc stat'loiTlTiid" RiirnVe n c located at Intersection of 2 US I _.Highways. K x i j f l l r n t hiiKlnoss op- _ TWO lir Inctrlcity. By . A v n i l n h l r limnrrl- u l t o r Jivt o'- n p n r t t n p n t . Onu . Phone 20. _ (I M p u r t i n e n l on n p i i r t m o n t . it 2)9 Wesl n. heat. A d u l t i . -_ _ _ - . KKFIcTf~N(:Y~ ii'p'firtnirn't for Iwo. r v r r y l h l n s furnished--TiM nilly. K O U H room n p n r t m c n t . J 1 , block* o f f square. S u i t n h l r f u r n u l t e n l f t c c ^ , v e r y Rood for o f f i c e *md home lor small family. TimilE ntuin nmdern n p u r t m c n t In rnrlt housr nl 224 N o r t h C h u r r h H«irimond_ne)iJty_Coinnnny Phnn! 7M rnOOM~unlurnl«hcd d p n r i m e n l , " P h o n e sr.vni. _ N I C K .1 room npartmen! wllh p r i v n l e h a t h nnd e n t r a n c c n . SPC a t Circle Court. Highway 71 Smith. N I C E ufficlcncy apartment, Rockwo-KJ j \ p n r t m p n t « . Phone ^HiU . U N I V E R S I T Y Af'AHTMENTS o n e bcdniom u n f u r n i B h e b J57.;tO. f u r n - Ifthed $72.50, two bedroom u n f u r n - l«l-ed $72.50. bill* paid. Hcndlx' jtiurii'ry n v n i l a h l e . Phone 2080ft. PARKV1EW APARTMKNTS. one bed- ··oom u n f u r n l i h r d $5(100. f u r n f i h f d I6S.OO; two hedrcom u n f u r n l a h e d 16.1.00. Bendix Icuntlry »v»ll*ble. SERVICES OFFERED KOH n|)ho"iiitrrl"riV, hand n FOR SALB __ l a t i n s henter w i t h thrrfn'o-; NEW st:it. jjood .vnace h r n t c r , g u a n l i t y of HELP WANTED fr K o u l e 7. E.'IFt. WOODKN _ 2 7 2 \ V . F n y e t t r v i l l f . Minh-.vny Ifi be'fl'; new" pprinps. S'Jl 50 :e!ecl n reliable 'pT.soii"rnVn this I tn r e f i l l and cnllevi monry \ new a \ i l o r h n t i c mcrchHiidlHlniR mnthines. No s e l l i n g . To Q u a l i f y { SfiOnOQ w n r k i d K r j i p i t a l . fl 'luinr.s i weekly w i l l net S100.00 m o n t h l y w i t h . possibility nf t a k i n g over f u l l lime, j For I n t e r v i e w w r i t e K i v i n K f u l l par- I tieulnrs. name, nddres.i. a K i- nnd i phone n i i n i h e r to Inlrrstan.- Vrml- ln« Co.. r.ofv so. - Mi n i i i n i m t 2M Nort lor te rlir.'ip HAY lor W i l l l U - l i v e r R i l l M m h School. IIH.1W. Snim Phone 31.1.11.' Advertise in the TIMES--It na.vs Eidson. Pfr. Robnrt Laccy has been trans- | fcrrccl from Fort Hood, Texas, to Fort Bliss, Texas, where he is wilh C Battery 9th Training Basic A.A.A. He will receive A.A.A. training and at the same time will help train recruits. Pfr. and Mrs. Laccy, and daughter Lee Ellen, have been at Fort Hood for the past several months. I Recent guests of Mrs, Mary Hart.: af Springdale, were her son and i his family, Lt. and Mrs. Rnbrrl! Hart, and daughter, of Camp Polk.! Lecsvillc, La. Lieutenant Hart h a s j been commander of the 822 Heavy Tank Battalion and has completed that duty and has been alerted. He is no\y on a 40 day leave and then will be sent overseas for duty. M i s s Beverly Holeomb, of t Spriiifidale, has sailed to Peru, i South America, from New Orleans.! La. She was sent by the W y e ] i f f : HELP WANTED--FEMAIK Foundation and hep work will be WAITRESS wnTiTr'r-i~7e~nrr^rVcr' ' R A H V mi-i-ivr that of a linguist. She is tn trans- · night s h i f t . Apply m" person. MH-', n n n . M late the Bible into the d i f f e r e n t .Jf"*^ 1 ^ nt-staurant. _ ] .KIDDIK KOHRAL dialects the Peruvian tribes Fpeak.! W O M A N to help'wiih "three rhii.ireir C;ir! f o r prc-srhoni rhiicirrn. Miss Holeomb Rraduated from t h e ! f V"" S rf W .J irk - ^ n ^ tnK arul Ir " n "i« Sprinfidale High School in 11)441 hn»r Scrrnrcs Wnt^^iwJ J?«V and was valedictorian of her class.] 'iTinip-;. ' " She received her B. S. dcRrec J I I I W A I T R K S S ; .ippiy'in pfrnnn." j i e f i m s the field of religious oriucalinn | from the John Brown University \ at Siloam Springs. She then a l - j tended the Oklahoma City U n i - 1 K I l A 1IOMP; LOAN'S vcreity. ' Low interest, i n u q l o i m f «nrl sj|p_n_ H A U L I N G " A N Y T H I N G , n n y i i m c Also n l n h wood, delivered. W.M. Phone 30S4M4. Don Bogen, Piano Tuner 1.*JJONK 8 n. in. or__ K p. ni. H7-) W I C A K E for children in your home or i n i n e . Phone ^02;tM. 24 HOUR EEKVICE ON Hrmttitchlng, Pleating, Covtrcd Butloni, Button Ho!«, Tailored BeK't and fiucklti. Sptclol Attention glvtn Mall Ordtrs. Satisfaction or Monty Back. SINGED SEWING MACHINf CO. SMOKE SALE NOTHING BURNED 20y{ Off ON EVERYTHING 30% Off On AH Shoes Men's Dress Pants, Jackets Women's Dresses, Goats 1/2 off OPEN TUESDAY MORNING Arkansas Brokerage Co. SPRINGDALE, ARK. Main St.. tn ,"*.j" f w i l ) i j y J n u n d r y weeklj'. I Who's Who For Service Consult" Yoir Classified Service Directory SHOP The Junior Girls A u x i l i a r y of the First Baptist Church will hold a regular meeting Monday nt 4:00 p.m; Meetings were suspended during the holidays. The Women's Missionarv Society ^f the First Bgptlst Church will meet Tuesday ntfcrnooii at 2:00 o'clock for a regular monthly business mooting. All members are urRcd to be present nr, t h i s is the first business meeting of the year. Frank Parsley, of Maple Avenue, is a patient nt the City hospital. 114,000,000 Dimag* RnviKo, Italy-f/Ti-N o v c in b o r floods whlrh turned the I'o H i v o r delta In to A hufio l a k e m u s e d damage and loss to farmland. 11 ; in Hovldn Provinct totnllni $(14.- dollars, Hfl nfflelal rrport psahl today. UTLKY A N D C O M P A N Y , Phone K0.1 INC. L O A N S $50 to $1,000 . We makp .-nilo and f u r " i t i i n loan's !,(·! !.,s f m n n c c Ibc purch.isc o( your now f i r ii.sf.-d car. QUICK SKIU'ICE STANDARD FINANCE CO. 12 North Hlocl! SI., fir our nsctl cur lot. Corner Center and Church Street K. BUSINKHS OPrORTllMTV COOtl »rn«ll V»li r rtrfri 14 ifii *. M. 14R7XV nnrl ultrr __ __ nr.AUTV sTiop" . 7 ' ^ K M m m t n l n SL "' C O 1 . V A K I J S H F A U T V SHOP 2(H W. M c n d n w -- Phone 3'ifll M n r h t.l. T .p-up Old WHVI: t5 up " ' ~ _ Florence SUpltlon _ nick»o« ____ H H'KICKETTS BtAirrY SHOP H F . M A B L I W U R K :'0:i N Illnck I'hnnt 73« IIO.MK SKKVICF. I ' A U I . K I N f i . C I . K A N I M C ; A N D M A I N ' T K N A N C K (if w l n c l n v s . V c u c l l i U l b l i i l ' l : ; ;iiul s l n i i n s.tsh. D K C D K A T O l i S A::i) C A I I I ' K N TI-'.KS :,,'e a v : , i l a l i l i - . Wll.t. i n M t t l l C ' l n r n n u uptn r r f n i p u t Wt r i . i v r l u l l I n M i i f t r x r ; ( r i v r r « e c (.'.ill .,, wrlli- l i O H K H T M. H M I T H , West Fork. _ AND r,RAVH._ ^ ROAD AND DRIvitWAV ORAVEl. - ALSO TOP SOIL Phon« lHJ nd 30y _ _ _ _ " E T C A V A T T N G " B U L L D O Z I N G Gravtl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N _ _ ONE (lay icrvk'e hy rpqgeit d u r i n c I)H- Holiday gcnion. Rn/.iirhJR-k £ l r ; j n r r ^ _ Phone 2.W3. WILL CHIQ for children, hour or dny 117IJ J. W. H I L L ELECTRIC CO. Quality Inilallirt .·PUMPS *POWER Phont 14. Wtit_ Fork ~riffcfrDic'6TN6 KonTINfJ.S-w » 1 r r. g,n aurl r * r r rillihri. fcopllr t j i n k hok* P i g K i n j ; n n r l hark f i l l l n c . C»ll ?VJf, Rri rr SPECIAL NOTICE ; We have a limited number of new. S i n g e r Sewing Machines that have been used as f l o o r demonstrdtors. New machine guarantee and the famous Singer sewing course given with each machine. Reasonable terms up to 20°o off SINGER SEWING CENTER 18 South East St. Fayetteville. Phone 2287 A : AN OPPORTUNITY Openings ore available for a limilcd number of high.school graduates, age 23 to 31, for permanent work in pipe Iirie'con- nection gangs. Good wages and working conditions. Regular assignments ot permanent locations. Send letter giving age, education, and experience to Personnel Director, Box 381, Oklahoma. Attach recent snapshot.

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