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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 6, 1952
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NMTHWEST ARKANSAS flMIS, Fayテつォテつサtテつォテつサiltテつォ, ArfcoMM, febrwwy *, IWt rr Tote" Boards Manufacturer Dies In Blast Car Smashed By Explosion When He Touches Starter San Matco, Calif.-(/P)-Federal, state and local probcrs were mystified today by failure to discover a motive for the dynamite killing of t wealthy manufacturer of race track "lote" boards. Tom Keen, 56, president of the International Totalizer Company and a national figure in dog racing, was dismembered yesterday when he touched the starter button on his large car and set off dynamite tucked under the hood. The explosion destroyed the garage and blew an engine mounting 25 feet through a window of Keen's IC-room mansion. Police Chief Martin McDonnell said ho believed Keen was killed by imported hoodlums as a "result of a business conflict." But Frank Ahearn, San Francisco homicide inspector said, "We are up in the nir. We have nothing." The silver-haired six-footer was a stockholder in the Multnomah Kennci Club in Portland, Ore. and was reported to have financial interests in tracks from Phoenix, Ariz., to Miami, F!a. In the early 30s, he was a director in the Hawthorne Dog Racing Track in Chicago along with sev 7 ! era! members of the Al Capone gang. The first long-distance telephone call staged by Alexander G r a h a m Bell, was between Brantford, Ontario, and the village of Paris, Ontario. Choose your jew-eler before 'boosing jewelry--Beebe's 30 * Advertise In the TIMES--(t pays. Anniversary Observed "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped or strikingly relieved in 63-80%* of the cases in doctors' tests! テつキThose suffocating "heat waves" -- alternating with nervous, clammy feelings -- and accompanied often by restless irritability and nervousness --- are well-known to women suffering the functionally-caused distress of middle life "change"! You want relief from such suffering. And---chances are--you can get it. Thrilling relief! Thanks to two laments Lydia Pinkham medicines!'Inductors' tests, Lydia Pinkham's Compound and Tablets brought relief from such distress in 53 anrt SO'/f, (respectively) of the cases tested. Complete or striking relic/.' Amazing; you say? Not to the many thousands of women who know from experience what these Lydia Pinkham medicines can do! Their action--actually --is very modern. They exert a scientifically calming, soothing effect! Try Lydia Pinkham's on the basis , 01 medical evidence! See if you, too, don't cain.blessed relief fiom'those terrible "hot flashes" and weakness so common in "change of life " a month r-flo by his illness. f u n e r a l services w i l l be con- rluoled at the First Baptist Church of Gniiiby, Mo., at 2:30 p. in. Thursdav, Burial will be at Granby. ." How lydtn Pinkham's workt /( acts tlirouijll a woman's sympathetic 7icrrtテつサHS system to give relief from lite "hot flashes" and other jwtctionally-catiscd distresses of "change o} life." Don't put it oft! Get Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound or new improved Tablets with added iron (trial size only 59(). Wonderful -- too -- for the functional pains, cramps, "drugged-out" feelings and other discomfort of monthly menstrual periods! Peery Sign Co. . UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT J. W. Kelley 1 SIGNS-NEON-ELECTRIC 1-Day Service on Neon Repairs Free Estimates on Electrical Wiring All Work Guarantee Courteous, Dependable Service 832 S. SCHOOL ST. PHONE 2601 Capt. Ola Doyln of Fnycltcville, Ark., cuts HID birthday cnltc at the United States Army Hospital, Camp Chaffec, in "observance of the Army Nurse Corps' 51st anniversary. Captain Doyle, who served in Europe lor 12 months, is now stationed at the Carnp Chaffec hospital. Cfiief, Assistant Trade Places In Hot Springs Hot .Springs, Arl;. - (/P) - Hoi Springs Police Chief Dan W.ilkins --v.'ho recently refused a demo- ion to t h e rank of lieutenant-has been reduced to assistant chief. ( Watl:ins resigned last night as chief. His resignation was accepted promptly by the City Civil Service Commission, which then ijromolcd Assistant Chief John lirmey to the top post and named Watkins assistant chief. AValkins' resignation apparently jrought an end io a controversy involving himself, former Lt. E. W. Rowe and the commission. Tv:o weeks ago, the commission discharger! Howe and demoted Watkins to lieutenant. Watkins, who was charged with being "in- Had Brick in His Stomach 10 Years! A man said for 10 years he fell like he had n brick in his stomach, due to undigested food he always I had inside of him. He was weak, I worn-out, headachy and swollen I with gas. Recently he got CERTA-VIN and says the feeling like a brick disappeared the second day. This new medicine is helping many Fjyettc- ville sufferers. It makes your food digest faster and better. Token before meals, it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat テつキvanish! Contains-herbs and Vitamin 13-1 with Iron to enrich the hloorl and makes nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN -- Clinchen'ji Fnyettevillc Drug Store. adaptable" to his job and unable to handle men, refused the demotion and was discharged. Doth officers apucalod, and Circuit Judge Floyd Huff, ordered the s.oin miusion lo reinstate them pending n hearing. Rowii later was charged with bribery on a warrant a worn out by ;i cnfc operator and resigned. Prosecutor Julian Glover said he would not press the charges- if Howe left the force. A hearing on Watkins 1 case had been set by thu commission for February 11. It apparently will not be held. Mrs. Delia S. Whittlo ' Spnn:;dalc.'-(Spoci:il)-Mrs. Delia S. Whittle, U5, died Monday night |a'. her home near Springdalc, lol- ! lov:ing a long illness. She was born Oclolicr W, 11)80 in Springdale, the daughter of John and Melinda Byars KHenbarger. Surviving are her husband, liartchel Whittle; two s o n s , Cl-.arle.-t and W i l l i a m W h i t t l e ; two brother:;. Ed and Francis Ellen- harger; two half brothers, .rim and i Mark Kllenbargcr; tv.'o, half si.s- j i c r s , Mrs. Daisy Marshall ami Mrs. I Cora Downum; nine grandchildren and one great grandchild, all of Springdiile. t Funeral arrangements in charge of Calli.-.on-Sisi.o Funeral Jiome are incomplete. Edward .Hewitt Reynolds Edward IlcwiU Ilcyiuiids, HO, (lied last night en route to a Fay- etleville hospital. Hu was Lorn in McCook, Neb. Mr. Reynolds was a World War One veteran and a retired printing pressman. lie was married to Miss Margaret Donald- テつキ;ori of Kansas City, Mo., in li)20, and they made their home on Route One. Surviving him are his wife; his mother, Mrs. Annabelle Reynolds of Faycttcville; one sister, Mrs. D.'E. Walker, Jr., of Wichita, Kan. Funeral services w i l l he held Friday afternoon at lhc Cochran Mortuary in Wichita, by the Kld- ers Howard J. Harris and Calvin Cook, with burial in Wichita. Local ' arrangements are in charge of Nclsoii's Funeral Home. Taylor Franklin Lea TayJor Frankiin , Lee, 8-, died I at his home near G.ecnland t h i s ! norning. J l e came to Arkansas I from Tennessee at 12 years of age and was married to Miss Belle Gcrron of West Fork, A u u g u s t 2fi, JiiD"). He "was a member of the Methodist Church. .テつキ | Survivors are his wife of lhc home; two sons, Dee and Bob iLcc, both of Greenland; two I daughters, Mrs. John Hush of Independence, Kan., and Mrs. L. C. Webb of Greenland; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and five sisters, Mrs. J. 1). Cruse of Greenland, Mrs. Ellis Sutton of Greenland, Miss Susie Lee, M i s s ' A m a n d a Lee and Miss Eliza Lee, all of Greenland. Funeral services will be held l^ morrow at 2:Un p.m. at Nelson's chapel with burial at the Baptist Ford cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Benlon County 4-H Club Members To Be Honored master and the Rev. Hubert Pearce. pastor of the First Methodist Church will deliver the Invocation. Thomas Murphy, vice president of 'ho 4-II Club Council, will deliver Ir.e response. Lester Drake, president of the Ilcntnnvlllc Chamber of Commerce, will present the welcome. ! Virginia Tucker and Kenny Bcntonvillc-iSpccliili-Iloiiors will j Holland, both of Maysville, will be bestowed on tl:c outstanding "'" lhc 8rt ; u " テつ」 lroul lh テつ」 ir "P"': ,, . ,. . ., ... , , eni'cs at the Kansas C ty Hoyal Bonton County 4-H Club members i Livcstoch Show whcrc lh * y w j rc und club leaders tomorrow night | guests of Iho Kansas City South- nt Iho hot lunch room of tin: Il.?n- i ern ItnilroirJ. tonvillc school. The Bonlonville District winnors: Virginia Tuck- ChitmbtM* of Commerce is spoil- ci, achievement, Krotldio- Burton, soring the biiwiui't. ! tractor d r i v i n g , find Klchurd Milci.j Curl Burger w i l l ru-l its tn;isl- ' leadership, w i l l receive their SALE AT 9A.M. i;.'. THURSDAY! awards. Marietta Foley, home demonstration テつォテつサent, *nd Russell Noleti, assistant county agent, will present tht ward*. Leaders who have turned in many years of service or who are i.irning in an outstanding job will receive awards from Herbert, fiusscll, Benton County agent. " From a rendezvous over Novテつサ Scotin, American golden plover* follow a path over the open Atlantic to South America's northeastern shoulder. Efテつサ r c I s and eaizlc.i often fly north instead of south in early f a l l until winter turns them back. 3bi Capf. William H. Magrutfer Capl. W i l l i a m How:ird Ma- griuler, 54, of the U.S. Navy, whose home was in Annapolis, Md., died j yesterday Ht Bethesdn, Md., hos- ! pita! after n n illness of several months. Jit; had been with the Navy for 30 years, and was with the n a v a l construction department in "Washington. Hu is survived by his wife, Caro- I v n Gregg' Magruder; two t:ons, W i l l i n m Howard, Jr., of Glen Fcni;;, V/. Va., and Gregg of the home; and ;\ brother, Richard, nf Baltimore. Mrs. JM.'tgrudtT is the niece of Mi?s Ida Gregg. Mrs. O. L. Cravens and Mrs. H. K. Cravens of Fnycttcvillc. Captain Magrudcr's pnrcnls, the late Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Magrudor, were former residents of this county, and Cuptyin and Mrs. Magruder visited here hint summer. FuncVal plans -were incomplete today. 4 Famous HEARING AID Features ONLY ZENITH GIVES YOU AH. THESE: * Exclusive PERMAPHONE .* Reserve Battery Switch * 4-Pot!!ion Tone Control * Fingertip Volume Control HEALING REVI MEETING Beginning Feb. 7 7:30 P.M. Daily Sunday, 2:30 P.M. Bring the blind, the deaf, the lame, all sick and afflicted persons . . . see them healed by the power of God. Bible Day Miracles are happening Today Thrill to the Wondrous Powers of the Lord!! "Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever." Hebrews 13:8. Evangelist Clint L McMain COMMERCE, OKLAHOMA . A Dynamic Young Preacher -- Mightily Annointed of the Lord to Bring Htoling to This Generation. UARK BOWL 634 WEST DICKSON Local Churches Cooperating - Everyone Is Invited! Clifford I. Kelly I Clifford L. Kelly, father of Mr.-:. j Hclendair Southern, died at his | home in Commerce, Okla., Tucs- i d a y afternoon. Mrs. Southern, ;i '. former teacher in the Fayellcville schools, was caiied to Commerce Bone Conduction Ocvi'cei Avoiioblt at Moderate Exita Coit 10-OAY RETURN PRIVILEGE DIXIE RADIO 428 DJchson Phone 1247 I B A T T E R I E S F O X A L L A I D S | AAA-E For Men as Smart as They Look. Designed for men who know distinctive! styling when they fco il, -- and nisei know i h a t t h e i r feet rcrjuirc Hint day-long comfort wliirli refmlls from lhc four b u i l t - i n features cxrlimivc w i t h Wright Arcli Preserver Shoes. WE GIVE SH GREEN STAMPS LANER BROS. SHOES S. Side Square USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT! I THURSDAY . . . AFTER-INVENTORY I Move To Basement Sale : "; r iV- ' テつキ / ' II Savings To y2 And Greater We have slashed prices drastically on Main ;.j Floor Apparel and Accessories, on broken i size and color assortments, moving them to v : oifr basement for quick c l e a r a n c e . The '; savings are tremendous. Also have reduced ; representative Basement items. ; ;' , Group MAIN FLOOR regular $10.98 to $29.95 テつキ BETTER DRESSES I $088 $088 $1088 '', テつキFamous Label Exclusives . テつキRayon Crepes, Failles, Wools : テつキJunior Sizes, Misses' Sizes, Women's Sizes *AII Colors テつキ 3 only Famous Eisenberg Dresses Now Vi Price! .': TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON MAIN FLOOR ) BETTER SPORTSWEAR i REDUCED NOW | 1/2 2/3 3/4 テつキ Famous Label Blouses, Skirts, Jackets, Dresses, Weskits, Caps, : Sweaters, Knit Suits, Etc. SPECIAL SALE GROUP NYLON and RAYON GOWNS Former Values To $12.95 $099 O Lace Trimmed テつキ Styles Just 16 Rayon Slips "^II^TM^ Now $1.00 ODDS AND ENDS TABLE SAVINGS OF l/ AND MORE Home Furnishings Of Every Description Lovable Nylon and Broadcloth Bras, Now $1.00 テつキ Values To $1.69 テつキ Snow White テつォSizes 32 to 38 Group Lorraine Rayon Knit Panties, Now 59c テつキ Values To $1.00 テつサPink and While テつキ Sizes Sm., Med, Lrg.

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