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NOtTMWtfT AMANSAt TIMfl, f.y.rt.»ill., Arhanim, Saturday, January ft, I'M Obituary Charln S. Waggontr I Charles S. Waggoner, 75, former Fayettevillc resident, died December 28,in Mi home, G18 Marienld Street, in Corona Del Mar, Calif.' He was born in Knoxvillc. Ohio. | He and his son, Wayne, operated the Captlc I.unchconellc al 10 North College here fnr sc 1 ,oral. ars. Ke went to California ciRln I Tax Policies Of France Lashed House Committee Urges A Change U.S. less Popular In Europe, Russians Say year ·Washinslon-lVI'J-A conitrossional committee today demanded that rancp n"'t crabbini; taxes Muscnw-i/l'jT-he Soviet p r r 5 5 repotted today that nnli-Amcricnn fectinK is .mowing Mniimor in Western Europe. I?.veslia, the official sovormncnt newspaper, said tho Wesl Europeans dislike U.S. e f f o r t * "!o force the western nations To participate ,, in an economic blockade against: "I"-" Eastern Europe." The Communil pnrty newspaper Republicans Eye South As "Ripe For Plucking" IIIKJS--CATS--I'KTR ItEGISTMIKI) rcirk-i t|"" ChrHi.. pl'imc M17.J-:.' in:(;;srKitr.n ··.. h . - r :;p.i PERSONAL I FOR SALE 1 FOR RENT!For FULLER BRUSHES I S^ .SprriJn- I:.H 1 n,l I I i m l i i U h r t l 57? :.n. I Hl-ccl 17.' Ml ABT.MKNTa uhr-'l III M rOH SALF--KKAL KSTATK ; . - , 5TMAC ; ri'F,S ffnirir 4 "room""hoost. i~fwm h'ltii-- cm clrrtric-lty in 1 h o u I *! Ci'v v.iicr h» Ih« door, drilled ws iifiv/ HI 11*1- Phone 21j«P. _ ' SUBURBAN · an: Hctcsiitcs from Viiuiiii.i, 'I'" iri:ansas, A!aha:na, and l.oui-i; years ago from Joplin, Mo., anil ("about one dollar in'five" of the Pravda said the British people , ur.r.cd thr piny to .".end the Co lived in Long Beach from lf)4H I moncv the Unilcd Stales Hives /or j "ever more insistently are reject- presidential and vice presiiien in 'ing the pro-American policy of the: nominees into their ··eclinn«. ATTENTION urnr:.!) .tnliiHi.i .ni llalr. 4i;t-w-t. ·rl . I'AHKVIKW i · w | "onm imtui I F O R SAI.K--fir.AI, r.STAlF LOST AND K)IJN1) HI Men .Slilli-j : kiirhr NKA'I I to 1947. He was a member of t h e ] mutual defense cnnitruclion Firrt Christian Church. Survivors are Ms widnw, ; that country. Mrs.' H said the | ruling circles and demand recon-| ..]( -[-, ;J -"tion of that policy in the n a - ' Virginia sis and in the interests , pear- " Ttl Id ·l w. w. Mriiin .11 ::«. c tax on American pro- jsideration of --"A.TM :r^?i Workers In Rail Yards To Receive Pay Hike MS." Robert Woods, nii-limiiiid, Va., dei-l.ire-l. "llicj !epubl';ca.n parlv would li.ivr car- j icd thr stair." , i Henry Xv.-eifel Fort V.'o:i!i. j i Texas, urged Ihe !)enublii-:in nomi- i luces lo c.ini|iai"n in hi.-- .-.late an'l ' irecnr.imended that l!ie parly put o f , on a "fighting campaign." r-C~,,n,-' ilrii- - WT. h,.vr JIM' IlllCfl Ihil nlCC I*'f , fMrt-iinVd "'-ft nnl r,u!»l(l( i c!ly limits, hfl? /r'S-? 1 '"-"-" RTM"«" !!"''-"" s »« h "* 1 iui:«iv c.ifh (ocr'hc-r «-j!h all equip- ' ni''ii' lir ··* iff on p^verl hij(lVy, riiv \viiii-r. f.n Jind cl«clrlci[y, frwit iffi-\ j-iif! rxi-^u^nr c.irri*n. rotirri fnr «f ·. T,I| ;i'lfftnon»i! brnoffT houici if ii-*ir-r1 All 1m for X7 iflOiV). A p - [irfin.dijirr'y St..'00 no will hand!* 1 * rnl.inC'- nf'v*'.'.'1 pT rrionth InClurl- iriit i;i\r^ »n'f iniuranrc. Ufley f Company, Inc. :»» J n i. t.F.NOERS INS' 2:111. n^i C m R/-I 1517 government conslilute " drain" on U. S. funds. ' |||UL ; If llll Hattie WaKRoncr; two sons, Floyd ^uremenl t C. of Joplin and Wayne M. ofjamoiml! to more than the total Corona Del Mar; a daughter, Mrs. j the French themselves give to the Maurine Montgomery, Lakewuod. .defense program. Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl ! This disclosure comes at a time Brennan of Kansas City, Kan., and ; when Congress is about to be asked Mrs. Fannie Walker of Commerce, J for more money to finance Euro- Okla.; a brother. Claude, of C o - l p c a n defenses. j Washington - '/!') - Sccrclar lumbus, Kan.; five Grandchildren; In a tou^hly worded report, a ^ |, a ij [)r Tobin has announced a n . * and one «reat granddaughter. ^special lloust- committee charged | agreement that will put y a r d ; c 1 H I Funeral scrvicc.-s were conduct-ilhat "fantastically" pyramided I service employes of 3fi railroads ! IdCKSOll jlQllS rflCI Del j taxes now being applied on mill-j on a 40-hour week and provide' construction hy the French ; a four-cent hourly wa^c increase, .serious] Thc 75,000 yard workers r c p i c - j sentcd by the Brol'icrhootl o f ] Railroad Trainmen now work a t 1 Chicaco- slraighl time rates on a sixth or announced seventh day in a week although they get overtime after eight hours in a single day. Tobin said the shorter work week vill begin gtnn-ffl'j-Prlmc Minister . April 1 leaves Washington to- , Northern I day alter a series of conferences and Nashville Railroads. believed to have brought closer I · understanding between Britain j l[-l Uf arn U n » I ftll and the United Slates on the part: W "01(1101151 LU»I| each will play i n their partnership i h i i against Communist aggression. .^jf pOtCC RCPOMS :T,l?w or | I'.i'H ""'I WANTK1 TO BUY RITTER AGENCY S E R V I C E S OFFERED r.irlT' Oil H,:.?-W. Wmnif illiiKU ed December M in Corona Mar by the liev. Harry E. Hacrj. Burial was in Sunnvsidc Parl.. Churchill Heads For John Drydtn Parks John Dryden Parks, 6:), re.-:itiunt of Kayelteville most of his life, ! U O ui Vftrlf died Sunday in the Veterans Hns- |HCIf lUlKf pital in Hot Springs, S. D. He was ! born in Holden, Mo., and for many j Washington years was employed by the Corn- | Churchill ·well Lumber Company here. He resided here until about eight years a^o. He was a veteran of World War 1. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Watt Coffcy of Fayettevillc ·nd Mrs. Louise Johnson of Texas. The body will arrive here tomorrow. Funeral arrangements, in charge of Moore's Funeral Chapel, are incomplete. n Cubs nina n - r today the s third baseman Ranr-om .lackson. who batted .aB2 lor thr National League club last season. Jackson hit Hi homers and the Pennsylvania, . drove in "G runs in his first full Pacific and Louisville ; year with the Cubs. Ho played in Jackson, 25. is a native "f l.it- lle Hock. Ark., and now lives al ] o j| cr | KKATHF.KS. [t.iui dull, wi« Avrilur (·OR SAI.K--HOME NKEDS STOP~'iii«7h dniilaii""!"!'"''"-''" . : riuiii- :.. Mirtill » ( _ MnrrU. SOI.m_nr.!( illiifni;'* tahl ' T W O ( . · ( r l l l l l . l l l l l l f l l t ' M l l : MnlK.nni.v wilh (rtlic · Antif|in-_firr!!.MT. Ca j HAHniTS. Nr-w /.c.il. - Arl; . Civil.- NVs htiilirl F C. H.i Kurk : ' j nill.'H P- ; ir, r.K i:.-nin t'li.u "' 1" ' WK ur: .\ HIT i . I AT 111- low pni" n..1 i S I . . I . 3I.-.IHIH ill" i.in; is r.v.K fh-.i V.'ll.l .1, -In hi"kkrrpmr tint lypma In -, hruiif c»u spnng'tat^ :fli7 r»l- *nd Wrii lo ·;n( Price 3.1. J U'PIKM *''·"'",',",; ·H Srhn. Pht.nr OM/". lrt: I hom- litnrle " l'375~n'»y- ntr Anrtft-M ·"Hiii-ll. Ark. ivlul. ',,,· 1,,, DITCH mociNO" IfJTIN'OS--w-i t P r pat atlrt .C'.Vfr Inches ^pe-ilf lank holr. IJ\t9int iFul 1,,-ii-k filling Call :te* Bryrft He withdrew his objeclions to appointment of an American com- [ Tokyo-(^')-The t!. S. Air Forces mander of western sea power in j | 0 dav said Hie Unilcd Nations have official Helena, Ark. Fiqhts Losf Niqht » Ihr SilciH Hiii Mr(. Jo»phine Cox Kuncra! sci'v'iccs for Mrs. Josephine Cox 4,1, whn died January 1- in San Jose, Calif., were to be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in Moore's Funeral Chapel by the Pev. Tummy Cibbs. Burial was to be in Baptist Ford cemetery, Mrs. Co.\ a practical nurse, was the Atlantic as his final official ; | r s t' a f leasl 457 warplancs since 1 NTM 1 York--Gn j a c t here. It was a major conces- | lhc v.art of Ihe Korean war. It ' Ion. ' fi ". KTM ^ " rk -. -".'"ni" 1 ^ A l sion, even though he reserved the j ,,, as ,| 1C ii, rRC al total of Allied R«l Priest, 10(1, CamnrlriCi-, Mass.. I right to propose "modifications" j i oscs vc i annnlincecl. · "· ,. , , Hater. He had the pledge of 1.-! It did not include Navy losses, 1 Hollywood, Calif. - I/I i - Nil" 1 -i ! 000,000 tons of U.S. steel in ex- L on _u H lo-scs before June 1. -Chavez, 12ft. Los Angeles, oiit- '" 1951, '.Marine losses before July pnintwl Lavert Siiulh. "" »« 1, 1951, or light Army planes lost. FLOOR MOPS Delachable swab lot eay ctoan- ing. Mops for waxed floors, Icd mops and mops t reeled v i t h GtRMOTEX. LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. ONK luMlrooin silllc. w:itcrfnl) ntylr. innpli 1 setU'c HIT! rlinlr. 2 plntfoi-in rockoi-s. prpssiirt 1 mokcr, iN'ntionnH. rlrcsscrs. cli;iiis nnd Inhk-s Our laicc iiiiliour lahlc All fiiinilnii- pr:u-1irflllv now. Phnnc 1.17. 21.1 Wcsl Pjiini K A S Y 'Spindfl 4im Cohh. ] X - 4 . Truy Villn U Ni;W ' lolrf-M\vny ~"lil-i-l usi'H. Ml) (Hi i-JK-li A l s o Ii PC fl'ld .Nnrlh U'a»hin 7.'. BALES 'hny," Phone 19 WTNCIIESTFII 'ihulBiin -South School THAILKitS/fttT nl'Ylh" Wo HAJNMOW Tn(3lJT"noli| 'dflilv Pliorn- I .SprliiRdale X'UI. O/.nrk Trout Inrm _.Ncar -Inhnson. K1.OWFI1S--Mio TTu ~iiT6irnppm ; lH,p(| l- i-vcryrinc Phone 29.1.1. Berry» Flnwrrs. 11 flnnth Orrue . * Mri. II7U. M (;Ot.ni-:N UvliclniK. Ur Inxprriinn inv- ArU;m»as Cold d Dcllrintii NEWLIN-POWELL REALTY Suuili 71 Plume SU ! SUBURBAN I I A R H Y "u.'cnEMEn Rian* f l t i i l r I «"·_; 'J. W"'. lll \Ji't\ (iir'rhi'liilrrn in niv" ho lin/hry (..'I I rvrrrtt^Klr^ E X C A V A T T N G B U L L D O Z I N G Gravel, Fill Din, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N bnrn November 1!). 190(5, in Madi- i son County. Survivors include one j son William Harris; two daufih- j ters, Mr?. Ruby Huchc?, Sprins- dale, and Mr?. Jenny Fleischer. San .Jo.-:e; her mother Kirs. Frances Gabbard, Fayettevillr; three sisters, Mrs. Either KKecn, Kanning- ton, Mrs. Bessie Teacup, San Jose, j S t a I e s «nd Mrs. Hulh West, Fayolicvillc; j tungsten chnngc Tor British tin and aluiiii- i num. I Churchill was to leave the cnpi- ! tul by irain this afternoon for | Neu- York City and a weekend i v i s i t with Bernard Baruch. Churchill sail.-: for England nn the in. Queen Mary Tuesday Loan Will Help Bring Tungsten To U. S. More Than 85 Aliens Deported By The U. S. New York-(/Pi-More Wrsl P;ilm Brach. Kin--.limmy I Hewitt. IfiX. Now York, Mapped Mike Sanlrmiiui. I fid, Bnmklyn. 'i. Washington-f/I'j-The U n i t e d ill get badly needed result of a S.")80,000 j Deportations yesterday. i they include many se; than '·... . aliens, tho Inrcepl i-iti'-'^r ··. '- BlftllS doportrd aboard one ship "in a lonp. IOIIR time." witi l^Ji.'!' United Stairs today on the lUilirui ; Mr. ami Mrs. Jaim's J. Tlwmas j linrr Saturnia. i Mr. and Mi^. .I.TIIICH -f- Thotnn 1 -; : Edward J. Shanchnrssy. New I of SprinKdalc nnnnunur t!io birlh j York district director for thr 1 m - : of a dniiKlilcr. January IB, at ihr j iniKiation Service, announced'thr ' County Hos-pilal. I UK F.I J lamp U sin Hi), l.rwii GOOD "used he 54:i.on. Lewis UHKI) «"xt t -ii5lon ilininc - w i t h six rhnirs. ST5.IKI Urns, (jo . Inc. USKD hrrrikfnsl four i-hnirs, SlS.on. I,cx\i: Inc. M A Y T A G - u-'r'jihcr. S20. "^! i. At Any I'rlrr Fuller OullnMs*Th;ni , Rnv.t Milh ."^' Llii(lp1l_Pli KLECtnOLU'X r-lranrrv n-| plil-P Rr-n! l.ir -18 linur.V 7," Riirlt Pliniif :.2 HAMPTON'S An.MY PIIRPI.US KTOnK i IDEAL "MATTRESS CO. W* mMl or btal any competition DICKSON . . ulnttM al tni 401 WEST Utley Company, Inc. iCAi.rons i.r.Nui'.n. 1 ) iNsrnoii c/iil J .1 1'iran :'^(i:i tir* ";IH "HOME'ANb" INCOME" WISS SHEARS . He said -men and '. Mr. and Sirs. F.ildlc \V. I ' five brothers. Calvin and .lame.? i Export-Import Bank loan to in- Hall o[ Stihvcll. Olcla., Dillard, j crease tungsten production in Bo- I s t m v a w a v s w p,,, cnlc-rM the conti- Mr. ai-.cl Mrs. Kdriic 'W. Atlanta, Ga., Obie, Africa, and A l - j livin's Puruni mine. The agree-j try illegally ami now arc being :nf Slihvcll. Okla.. announce tin 1 | vie, Fayctteville. | men! was announced yesterday by h?\d on Ellis Island. I birth of a d.-iughtcr, January Ifl. . | tho hank, which said the loan will j - -- j n t LJ IC County Hospital. We. Charles H. Mounw : !). used tor buying and t r a n s p o r t - ! _ l/^^^,, T^ i ' Funeral | ing mining and milling equipment | ^QSTS /V\Oney I O | Mr nnil ^Irs. Oonlnn 1C. fanlkncr . i Mr. ami Mr; 1 . CJortlon K. Fault- i ^^^^^^ Ope rate A Zoo ' ""."[i.; 1 ,",;;],TM.; ?;",'TM 1 "7 il^al''^. : |'-OK_SALE- _. Sprtnsdalc-(Spcrial)- Reds P l a y Up Fear Of Enemy services (or Pfc. Charles H. i I" Bolivia. The mining fini. Com- | Mounce son o; Mr. and Mrs. Ira ' pagni Aramayo de Mines en Bo-, Mouncc of Suringclalc, who w a s j l i v i a . will make an additirinal in-; killed Octobei 1, IflS] in Korea, I vestment of its own, the an will be held at '2 p. m.. Wednesday | nouncenicnt snid^ . at Hie Callison-Sisco chapel. The: * body will arrive Tuesday. Survivor.-; other than his parents are three brothers, Ray, Marland and Truman Mouncc. nil of the home: five sisters. Mrs. Maltha Mi-Garrah of Sprinsddie. Oca Lcc. Betty Lcc. Dorothy and JUIIL Manner, all of the home. Burial will br in ihe Nationa? ; Ncw York-(/I'l-Sen. Eslcs Ke- cemctcry at Fayclteville, wilh ! f a u v cr (D-Tenn) says "careless military services in charge nf t h e ; r( , mal .|. s .. h y Americans about Veterans of Foreign Wars. i dropping the atom bomb on Mos... , j ^^ »p| av right into the Soviet Keep op with tnr llmcu-retc ' bo ,.,. G! ., h3n ^." Iht Timn daily. , .[-| 1C .CM ,-,t O r, mentioned as a pos- jsihlc prcsiilcntial candidate, adds I mamm n| jtliat Soviet leadci-s keep their jieo- _ , . . , . ,:,. ! nlrs unified by using their fear of a foreign enemy. | Kefauvcr said information from , F.nst European rc-fugces shows ·there are profound and widening Procisio'n built. Fine quality. Lasting satisfaction. LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. TWO uptfnir.t 1 · hide hnlv -lunvrr. rxlrntlon phono, nrnr cainpii.. rtrfnlifnsl i» IlOWNSTAins nniirttiii.nl ncnr t Turk, ^rt^.ml. Uills pnifl. Plinnf 2.1(1 r," nohM"iiin I lrin'tionn-"fii r e n t " Omln Slrrot Aviillnhlp 'rl)ni lll':l. Cnll F.lkinn 2RKII t h r prliu-llinl ntid in' nnd nhn p;.v nil iilUMIm A p p r n x t lunlclv Ml Him.[HI will ImiKll':. ni-.l' TEH HlllinV CIN THIS ONK' Uilo Fchr ROOM . ary 4. rlifinr iinfitrnlflhrrt '. C.'ounly Hospital. Not while, not whom, nni rye, but a flavor blend of all three-.lunge's Romnn Meal Bread. CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phoni Collect 2353 FaretteTille, Arkiniai Joplin Rendering Co. New York-lTI'i-lt costs 51,5(10 year to feed n platypus. Thc head ( of the New York Zoo lohl a bud- gpt hearing today it will take $636,523 for the next year to keep : the zoo's 2,500 animals in hay, fish and horsemcat. Of the platypus 7.oo President; NORTHWtST ^ARKANSAS TIMES Fail-field Osborn sairl: j "We do not charge the city for r I A V V I L L [\ their food. Wo do not dare to." Ho L L H J .) I ! I L L / explained that they eat worms rune: .-, rr ,, ls P r r word raised nn the 7.00 grnunrk i "' r| . 5 r |'.J,""). i'er^.rTM"^'!TM,',',", crawfish imported f t o m 1-ottisi- ciassihc'l .-nis t.i^h in HI ana. And it COSlS $3,0m a year · t a k r n over the trlrphi just to feed two of them this rather uninspiring menu. The platypus is a small aquatic from Australia. with .._ bill and feel nnd a '_ NOTK: A.l dense, dark brown fur. oi.nsMonn.F. i;a Hun I nft rnmniK 21: Norlll . onh' IIKIW. ,-IIvrf" 1 ·l'|','h" : nr"lT"a;:^''OOM'llnrun.i.l 11 -,lI ni« Ijrltr. Cnll 4.V.U S a U i r - l j ROOM'rnrnl«h7it~np»"rtm UTLEY COMPANY, INC. i N s t ' i t o n s p. im __ _! r '? 7 _ j EXCELLENT ! COUNTRY ESTATE · Modern 5 Bedroom Siopr Homft U:NUKIIS J. W. ELECTRIC CO. Quolity Inilolltn · PUMPS · POWER . i Phpnt 24, Wttt Fork '· 24~HourrTE(ivrce OM ' He-mlilching, dcoting. Covtrcrf j Builoni, Button Hokt, Tailored i Be!;% and fiucklii. M Special Aittnlion giv«n Moll I Ord«r». Saliifocllon Of Money I Back. : SINGE* 5EWNG MACHINE CO. ;: H S.B. St.. r»ytl_i»_vlllt; Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor 212 Virginia Ave... Box M.I U. St«. Phone Hltfl. Fayetlcvillr AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CQ, A B«lltr P!nc« lo Bur "Hutpoint !) H. Block DEALER Ph. 133' P ho rip ii. Kincaid Co. nrtl- rhnnc 1MR.I. This Ain't No fiont hrrln-inm furnished itnlic Clr m. completely furn- Hrndlir i ni ilailv: y..1[l n. m. Hatu. Cor rcr I in us and rrrun ·nfiflc a f l r r f i r s t inscrliim linns or rerun made alter ds. ]II.;;I)J\VG mean "they ain't the same fii'i- - old run of the mill" . . they've t Oil Ii room lio l.shpfl. gond CHI nnvrrnnir-ril. Phonn 23."i2\V. KXTHA nlrf ~ i*itiftirni.ihvd »par rcnlrnlly lorntnl. Avflllnhlr junr.v_(ir^L Phono IfiOM. NICK "inrKc room, tiusmni me Knu L n f n y r t t c . Phone 1JWW. AVAIKA»I.K:"rnc rrnlnilly ! ·icdrotim millablc fnr 1 Kirls. JK2W. rinnll chicken hmnr - liiuti :nnl for r!!iiiE hnr»c-i w i t h i:i' ; m:rr P.-ISIIIM- I'liiil. tifirics anti I . Rnrctrn plot Drivr-wny ilnrtl -vnll i" runr irrrt. harhrm^. litvclv I; Kor tiirik K»ilf 5-_.V(mn. Vtm CHII KnvVilrvll!" P Ownr°r ^ivuiR'"^t'" ·Automotive M ( om-. .shown'in-j ^Health and Accident · Polio · Liability : t WOJIKMKN'S COMPENSATION - · Fire Til only. VAN GUILDER REALTY O f f i i C V;i n notion ii\ I't · lor pithlimtif ; cracks behind the Iron Curtain." BENTON JURY-CONTINUED r[U)M F'AflE Fire Alarms Answerrd K i i c m c n wci'c called tn 9 tire at MM North G a r l a n d Avo- · nuc at 12:45 p. m. yesterday -- the 1 Ferde Grofe, Bride P i - . - nn|ji a | n| . m n! lh{ , ().,,.._ jhnrsdny, howovrr, fire fifihtLM-F rc?pniuloii tn fnitr alarms, our involving a aid sliowcrl no si^ns at al! of h a v - ! hitniin.fi truck on V/est Center 1'iS been involved in a struck 1 .! Slroct. A second alarm, to n burn- j The interior of the automobile was i j,,., cnr proved n dry run «hon I vpattcrod wilh hlood. h ( n . as determined :lie aulnmohile Dim Al Htupilal | w .,, nnt b , lrnjnK . ·[·,,.,, otr ,. r calls Prilchard was taken In Bates · .... ,.. , , JT ,. firM Meniorial Hospital but died wilhin i'_ cs "" Cfl ^"'m j.^s.-. lilies. a few minules. Dr. James L. Jack "" ^nn of Bcntonville, tl'.e attcnclins: pli.vsician, lestificd that no nar- ; colics were Riven the dyins man.; who was unconscious and not in pain. 1 The presence of morphine sul- i phate in Pritchard's bloodstream was discovered afler hix death when the coroner senl a bloofl j sample to a Kansas Cily, M(;., lab- i oratory fnr a rmitinc examination. ! Analysis showed the presence ' of alcnhol and morphine in the · blond-- lhc latter a fatal dose. How ! Pritchard received Ihe rlrufi was 1 nol revealrrf at Iho inquesl. Dr. Thurincer testified that after one nr two drinks of whisky, a person miRht well take a third drink containing morphine antl not notice the billet lastc of Ihe drug. Mrs. iM.ir^arel Prilchard denied; her husband of a few months had : chanficd" recently as olher \ v i t - j nesses said, and testified he was: in Rood spirits the evening before. his death. | She said she and the victim i drove tn the Missouri stale line 1 shortly before dark (or w h i s k y ; and beer, but drank only one beer, 1 each. Hefore leaving Iheir apart! men! that nlghl. she said. Prilch- 1 ard look one drink of whisky. The witness said her husband! told her he had received a tele- 1 phone call from an aunt leporlinfi his uncle was ill. He said, she lestificd. thai he planned tn vli.lt the uncle briefly and would be home early. The jury's findinfi will he turned . over to rVoserutins Attorney Ted P. Coxsey of Ilerryville. | ATTENTION FARMERS AND POULTRYMEN We arc now open for business, si ill paying competitive prices, still giving ihe f.amR e f f i c i e n t service. FAYETTEVILLE BAG CO. Highway 71 South, a I Country Club Rood. Cnll J. Allory and C. Garrctt, owners. CIA55, STYLE DISTINCTION i BEAUTY and CHARM I i 1949 M e r c u r y 5 passengnr coupe. Very stick inside j and out. A real buy. 1949 Nash 600, 4 door, 2 lone. Very nice car. 1949 Chevrolet 4 door. A good cor. 1948 Nash Ambassador 4 door, 2 tone. Slick. 1947 Nash Ambassador 4 door. 1946 Nash 600. Very nice. Severn! other loss expensive cars to choose from. MODERN MOTORS St. Phone 252 I UHNISUKI) nparljnrnl. 2 roo _Kln«BCrl_in pi.icli. IMifinn 707H1 ^ UOOM inojlcrn Junior. I779W UNFURNISHED".-! mnnn" nnfi b S3.', on Phnnr .TU'JV/2. KKFICIF.NX'V nnnrintrnl for i rvcr.vihlnK furnished-- N.'.o on iml KOUH ' r o o m npartmtnl Soulhwcsl Faycttcvitlo ONK «nrt nne-li,iir (irret Irrtllc Innrt, Five room houso nm! MiiJill- lid in. Vounc viificly ujx'h.irJ f'"' linmc use '"iAssume P.M.A Loan r-n!cil west u( liio VDcrntn' Ho*- · Plotc Gloss f u f u r Tin fin.I h.ii t.l.iMr-n-.l ThcnnobintPil flniir Shrub* .md phnillii nplnii'li'l buy ji( .\8,.'i. ^MMOfiF'RFiiTfY'' F.v. J'h-,n- 11 I) lfni»:iinml Aulomobll* - Liability Firs - Extended Coveragf """ Polio - Plats Glasi WADI FINCHER Arcod* Bldg. Fhunt *OI T M R K K Rock h T H K K E r «'. 2'14 Nrirlh Chu . 'i'i intl Hhnunnntf Rf-alty J'l MODERN fiirnl'-li'Ml h JamL Phonc_2?fi7J. NICK quiet" Hpiirtnicnl." ' - ' TWO or~thrcr"rfroin parilv furnmh-rt Kimrtmrnl. UllliMci paid. 1 tO* Luv- . Who's Who For Service Consult You r Ctassifind Service Directory hiR Kn P-1 WITH SERVICE" Hcolth and Accident Tnimi Workmans Compensation 'iJ.^jJ. Plolo Glosi Burglary AulomobifG Polio ". »n Pauliry Firs .'"i", 1 "! Liabilily Trip UTLEY ___ Al.ICE'S HF.AIITV SHOP p t o w n . 7'. K Mminini ;m't MurtHn Plitinf fi'^0 roi'.VARDS DEAUTY SHOP 11(11 W Meadow-- !»honr .'.002 St Abshier-Bryan "Ynur Friendly Ford Dealer Sincd 1913" WHEELER REALTY CO. i / f i na W-M nrall.v. . pr , nnd Company, Inc. George F. Caudlo V n t Pjr.,:drnt t Insurance M|r H. L. Utley 1. J. Py«ot» Tciffphon? 2203 5*crturj CORRECTION The price listed for broilers and fryers, in the Fayetteville4-X Feed Store was incorrect. The price should have been. Ib. 59c ; L O A N S $50 to $i;ooo II . Slut ,\l,ichlnr» ! Louisville, K.v.-(/l')-FRI necnlsj ;nul Idral pnlur. vhosc rarlipr I rnifl« ripprd Ih** hrart from Ihe i slnl marhinf bu.«inps.« In K e n ; tui-U.v, s;url Ihcir inrefl I .'l»y will j IK. privdlf and public rlubs, r u f f s ' COMPOSE* Krrdn Grn(r, one (Uy divorced, poor.' wilh his now briilr. the former Annft M. l-ampton, «t l.«s Vrciu, Nev. Holh the composer of "Grand C:«n.vnn Ruilf" and his lirln llttfl »i"Mr Cily, Colo., as home. r/nlcrnnlional/ WE PAY CASH FOR DEAD OR CRIPPLED ANIMALS Phone Colled 1119 Fayetteville Rendering Co. S K K V K ' K STANDARD FINANCE CO, 12 N'tilh Block M.. nr "iir u«H i ni Ini. tinrnrr Outer -nul Church HO.MK S K I I V I C K INSULATION- UKCOIlATINC.-WAI.I.I'AI'KR WINDOW n.:-:j»NiN'(f I'ully JriMJirrl C.lll cir Wrili- iif)ni-:i;T M. SMITI: wxi r..rk ^^^^^ I.-.F: SASI) AND ORAVF1. ROAD AND DRIVEWAY GRAVEL - AI.SO TOP SOIL Phone 1SH.1 »nrt 30."iJ Appti»nff Cn , USED CAR SPECIALS 1946 Mercury, radio and heater. Runs per- f e c t l y with Columbia rear end . . $695 1949 Ford 2 door, radio, heater and overdrive $1095 | 1950 Plymouth 1 door special'deluxe. This is a clean car . $1295 $1295 1949 Chevrolet deluxe 4 door, clean . . . 1951 Chevrolet 1'/j ton new. No miles. This truck sells lor $1319, I am offering this truck for $1495 I also have 25 more good clean cars from 1941 to 195.1' Tackett's Auto Exchange SOUTH 71 HIWAY PHONE2182

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