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't; 1-- MOtTHWMT MKAMUI tlM«V Ftfetoy, FtbriMry i, 1H1 iniHiimttHMNMHAMIIIimillllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIMmillllllllllll! MRS. KATHLIIN DOZIIft jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiHiiliiiitiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiihiiiiliniiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiMini · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . UCT ami A u x i l J H i y , Civic Clubi-nonis 1 "Major Barbara," An Center, 7:,10 Wafhiiifton Lnrtsc Ono, M.ifonlc H u l l , 7:30 Circle HlRlil Square Dance Club, Student Union, 8 Saturday . . . Country Club Knmily Nlghl. 7 , H.D. County Council Has First Quarterly Meeting The Washington. Counly Council of Home Demonstration Club.' met yesterday in the Lepjon M u l for its first nuai'lcrly ncctini: ol 1U5?,, Porty clubs were rcpreficn cd v/iih nn attendance of more than WO. The program, opened ill 10:i:0 a. m. with Council president Airs. Huuli W l l l i a m t , prc.ild- in{. Hostess clubs wcrn Huelincr, Baptist Ford, Johnson, and Unfver- .iliy. Heights, Groiij) slnjjini; was led by Mrs. Jjlillier Stamper..of Johnson, w i t h .Mi%. D. L, Mnnltei of Meadow Vjllcy, «'. Hie piano. Mrs. Parker RusliiliB of Buckner, gave the devo- tlunnl, using as her theme "bridge building." Mrs. Hushing stressed thal."lhe materials we need most In'building our Intangible bridges Oi life, are knowledge, f a i t h , love, lid tolerance." Mrs. I. J, Kirk-" piilrlc!:, new Council secrctary.- Irca.'iUrci ( was introduced by retiring secretary, Mrs. Virgil Jlam- ·t\v. lloll call wns answered by giving. cluh gonls for 1H52. Mrs, Will Carter was Introduced as a . new member of. the Brnden club. Mrs, tl. B. Maxwell, sinlc vice iircsidcnt and WnchlniMni!' County's membership chairman, n p o k c briefly about the membership Hrivc plans. A school girl, lunch WHS enjoyed at noon. The afternoon session opened at WHILE THEY LAST Venetian Blinds Moil Sltn Whll« Linoleum Tile 9x9-- .01-10 tach 6x4-- .05 each Fiyilteville Floor Co. 1:1.") p. .m. w i t h /jroup wincing. Mrs. I'aiil .Marlnonl ol I h e U n i - versity Heights club rend a poem .written b;- Jlota Marino.ii entitled 'The mother of a farr.ier i;pcaks." l'l:c main feature of the day was live foreign s t u d e n t s of Ihe University, who spoke telling us somc- Ihing of the fnriiily l i f e :iml ctis- loms of Ihclr countries. Thoiic ;ip- pcarinp on the program were: Mario Orascnlgo, Italy; Jacqueline Solet, Franco; Helma Janis Chow- sky, A u M r l a ; Maria Von Klein, Germany; and SiiKiimic Heck, Germany. These students were introduced by Mies Helen Hughes )f .Fayetlevillc. The BUckner club presented a (kit w r i t t e n liy Mrs. Porker fiush- IIK depleting the story of Capl. Jolm Smith in I'ucahonlan, The script was read by Mrs. Jack Hughes of Ruchncr: Mrs. flushing Iraflcd her characters f i o m the nidlciice and a tclevlsio.. contract wan awarded to Mrs. J, It, Cox of the Johnson c l u b ' for bos 1 , performance as Big Chief Powder Cmi, The w i n n e r of Ihe electric roaster was Mrs. Clara Boll Mitchell of White Rock. The meeting adjourned at 2:311 p. m. by singing "Sine Your Way Bridge-Shower Honors Mrs. Wilburn Ptak Mrs. W i l b u r n Ptak was guest of honor Tuesday afternoon "I a bridge-shower, given by Mrs. Ilex M. S m i t h nl her home. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Pink and Mrs. Ellis Bergen. s --VISIMI THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS °» *»· Th* Oldnl Otllct lupp'r HOUM In Merlhwiit Arktnui ITS VALENTINI TIME / W« twvt the ·nil you wont, from Ic to $5.00 tach lllt'l Lirj«ll Stl«lien -- Slylid by Oibion I WONDERFUL WAY TO LOSE FAT! Eating Instead of Dieting! ·· Calorie CitmrintI N* lilts! N* lienlsa! Sounds 100 good to h« (me, hut'liTis true. Thinks (o « group of New York ductnri you c,in no«- lose pound! of ugly f«( every week »-ilhoui some on »ny special H2; *i"5?i!, l _ c r ll i l ', n /l "'" ""!' ""*'"' f "" d! ' WITHOUT HAVING A SINGI.fi WJNGRY MOMENT. Theje New York doctor! discovered 1 food idjuncl culled W.fcr doe* remarluhle .ihinis. ll m.kn your »ppelile de- mind IMJ food - you e.t le» - low weiihl ninirally - yet you never feel hungry. Before \T«icj( »·« offered it. you it w»i pmcil clmic«lly Inthe dociorj on · Urge group of non-ajanilular overweight men and woraen. hum? doc '°" "'"'""l 1 1'lwkecl rejulti .nd here ii what (hey I. Wilthl louti of I lo 10 found without any III afftcti Coffee Club Entertained At Riddle Home The Coffee Club met at th home of Mrs. Charles A. Riddle o Ml. Cnyler, .Highway 71, south Wednesday, with Mrs. Ann Hobb as co-hostess. Members who were present in eluded fiercfa Hates. Esther Bo* iiiiin, Ella l l c n d a h l , Lee Cameroi Lavada Burns, Helen Carter, Man Lou Burns, Louise Ke'rsten, Llllla Aimer, Dora Page, Bess Stinson Janice Krause, Louise Larsot Hobble Barnes, Carolyn nollln and Dottle J'arks. Mrs. TorrfJaco) wns a guest of Ihe club. ! Rehearsal Dinner Given Al Home Of Mrs. Bales Mrs. Joe Bates. Mrs. Van Howcl and Mrs. F. N. Cordon were host esses Monday evening al the Batei home for a rehearsal dinner fo the wedding of Miss Carolyn Butler to Oliver Wickcrham Gatchcll. Jr. ' The dinner table was covered w i t h a Brussels lace cloth and ccn. tercel with an arrangement of :u flowers. GUIs were received by the bridesmaids and ushers, from the honnrccs. Law Wives Meet At Student Union The'-University Law Wives met Wednesday night al the Student Union, opening with a short business session presided over by Mra. Vlncc Skillman. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Dennis Shackclford. Mrs John W n t k l n n , Mrs. Robert Lowe and Mrs. Robert Cnmpton. Bridge prizes were vvon by Mrs, Robert McCuislInn, Mrs. John Elrod and Mrs. Bill Culhbcrtson. Game prize winner was Mrs. Alex Mnrzok, Refreshment of coffee and cake currying nut the .Valentino motif, were, served by Ihc'hostesses, Eleanor King To Give Demonstration In Dance Eleanor King, new assistant professor In Ihe department of .·speech and d r a m a t i c art at the University, will give a lecture demonstration in modern dance, Tuesday al B p.m., at the ballroom of the Student Union. There will be no admission charge and the public Is Invited to attend. Miss King joined the department of speech and d r a m a t i c art two weeks sgo and is teaching courses for actors in body techniques, pantomime and movement. She also has charge of the choreography and the dancers )n "Dark of the Moon," three-act folk play with music and dancing to be presented at the University beginning February I D . Before coming to the University, Miss King had her own dance company In Seattle, Wash., and during the past few years she has appeared as solo and concert (lancer In 55 colleges and universities. , Country Club Plans Valentin! Dance . A Valenline dance will be held for members and their guests tomorrow nitht at the 1 Country Cluh, following the regular Family-Night dinner which will be given at the usual hour o( 7 o'clock. In charge of arrangements and decorations are Mr. and Mrs. Allan Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Morrlsj, and Mr. and Mrs. George ...-.« ,^,,, also be tables of bridge for those who wish to play. Honor Students Named By UA School .Of Law William B. Putman, Fayj'tteviile . /Irjt -year student in the University School of Law, , made straight "A" gradea during the fall semester, It was announced today. Other law. icjiool students named on the honor roll by Dr. Hobcrt A. Leflar, dean, were: First year -- J^cob Sharp, Jr. Fsycttevllle; Edward n. . Hiley, Little Hock; John R. Wood, F«y- cUcvm?, (i jrid Ollle L. Blsn.'Jr., - Harlcy Cox, Jr., Obituary T«yltr Franklin .It* .* Funeral s e r v i c e for Taylor Franklin Lee; 82, whi, died Wed- Fort Smith. . . Second year .._, ... _ 'rejcotl; Clyman .E. Izard, Van BUrcn; Warren E. Banks, Jr., Hot Springs. · ' ' T h i r d ' y e a r - Roy Bhty, Jr., nardanelle; Darven L. Brown .eslle; James E: West. Van Buren; Favtf A. Mo\vell, M a l v e r n : Charles J. Lincoln, Little Rock; Icptha H. .Evani, Boonevllle; Jack R. Sprlnynte, Seattle, Wa«h. ' land, was conducted yesterday afternoon at Nelson's Funeral Home by the Kcv. Olayron Rces of Webb City, Mo., and the 1 Bey. Mrs. Neola Cooke. Burial was in the Baptist Ford cemetery. Pallbearers were M. B. Cridcr, Bud Ross, Homer Whltcly, W. A. Hembree, Orea McClelland- and 3eor|e Cook. ' William I. WlisTiT William L. Wilson, 80, farmer and. resident qf thr Hilbberton community for the 'past 52 yejrs, died yesterday morning at 4 i l 5 In the Washington County Hos- illal. He was born in Yelj County, pita Tenintf.tt. 'crsonals S»t. Lenuel E. Ferguson, somof 1rs. Mlrthl'e Ferguson of Wesl 'ork, has arrived in Japan and i stationed in Yokabania, I,. O. Ferguson', electricians i»te second class, who has been crvin s aboard the USS El Dorado or the past two years, has re- enlly been transferred t'o the SS Zulncy, which was commis- oned for service January 31, at uget Sound, Wash.. He ll the on of Mrs. Minnie Fer»Uson of Vest Fork. . W«f« it ihiolulcly ate. ft Is . \ m i .djuncr, nol , drug. . So il.rl eod«)' 10 »hcd rho? unw»n(cd pound) «nd inchtt You jan get . full rn'onlh'! mpftf of We* lor only }1 on ·one,- h»ck gu.r.nl«. Your ic.lw rmm t hoiv you K^tlmt veifht, hive «n improved figutf. :'ou mini look, frcl hcncr « you gtl VOUR MONKY HACK WITHOUT QUESTION The sooner you inn the sooner you miy hare the Itm of .-eiglit j'ou yearn lor t ··w Wife* Satisfies Te«r N»|er Aw'o^dlnf 1o Bcienlllln i-nlr wafer Inn tlir huncRt-SAtiifyit koltfcl potKfoeft or 4 cctffi or ·e* lo Y}"el It contain! only 5 i DOCTORS Wrlit for cllnlcol data and yaur UtlerK W.fci Inc. J500 flroidwij New York Jl, N. V. ' WAFEX Rural Builders Plan New Church Project · The R u r a l Builders Club of Sons Chapel met Tuesday »t the home ot Mrs. Robert Pent?, with Mrs. Enrl Cole as co-hostess. Mrs. Frank R a n d a l l led the group in singing ."What A Fricn We H a v e In Jesus." Mrs. Cole ga the devotional and the poem , the m o n t h , "Life's Minor," wa read by Mrs. Carlton Gullcy. history of t h e club wns given, b Mrs,, M. Y. Hcnson. The club wa org«n!tcd--tp build a cppimunlt church, Mrs. George.'Guiley rils cussed the wav i n ' w h i c h the flu made money to build the Son Chapel Church. The group made plans lo hcl Ihe Red Cross at ' t h e Veteran Hospital, roll bandages today. Savoy H.D. Unit Has Quilting Project The members of the q u I l U n , group of the Savoy Home Demon stration u n i t worked on its thin q u i l t for the year, at their meeting Wednesday morning at the Com munlty House in Savoy. The quit was pieced by Mrs. liulet in the modern snowball p a t t e r n , in colors of reef and while. This aclivity is a 1 money-raising project for 'the club and custom q u i l t i n g will be done for anyone desiring the service. At the regular monthly meeting of the u n i t which followed. Mr* Margaret Brownficld discussed the terminology used in classifying nylon stockings, giving pointers on how to select hose for various requirements. Mrs. Kay Sulher gave a brlc( review of the Rook of Deuteronomy, d u r i n g the devotional service Mrs, Virgil C. Swopes was winner of the mystery package. Universily Receives Quartz Crystals Or. Hugh I). Miser, noted Arkansas-horn geologist, has presented to the University n number nf choice pieces from his famous collection o( quartz crystals from Western Arkansas, ll was announced today. Presentation nf Ihe crystals, valued al approximately $400, was Uindo through the University's, department of geology. The c'ryslnls w i l l be placed on public display in Ihe University Museum w i t h i n a short lime, It wns announced. Doctor Miser, now s t a f f geologist w i t h Ihe United States Geological Survey, Is a native of Benloh County. He received a bachelor of arts riegrcr from the University n 13118, w i t h a major In g«olo|y, and Ihe muster of arts degrft In (H2. The University conferred ipon him t h e I m n o i H i y degree oi rloclnr of l.iws in 11)49. Sjt. James C. Hutchinsoh returned Tuesday evening from a year's,service' In Korea with the 936th. National G u a r d Unit. He is the son of Mr. and Mrl, W. F. Hutchinson of Fayctteville. He Is survived by five sons, Xnox Wilson and Leo 'Wilson, both of Porters'vlllei Calif., and Nold Wilson, Ernest, Wilson and' Clyde W i l s o n , ' a i r of Habbcrtp'n; 10 grandchildren 'and five great- grandchildren. Furier«l arrangements, In charge of Moore's Funeral Chapel,-are incomplete. Phil Hub.r ~ Word was received here today of the death last night in Detroit of Phil Huber, 87. Mr. Hubtr w president of the Ex-Cell-O Co porallon until last year, .when 1 resigned and 'became chairman (he board. He was also preside and owner of the M'ichiga Chrome Company and was a d rector of the Midwest Abrasi Company. Mr. Huber had s'rium her of friends- in Northwest A kansas. BIG ALUMINUM-- CONTINUED r*OM PACE ONE ' without any difference in rates." , J, Louis Reynolds, \icc president of the metals firm, said in Richmond, Va., that "we're a pri- plant wherever we please. 1 am simply amazed that any Chamber of Commerce would .iiake such a statement. I am very, very sorry that they arc taking that attitude." Deelilcn Applauded Arkadelphia's two newspapers combined forces .to print an extra edition to. announce Reynolds' decision, greeted by cheers from the city's 8,910 residents. About the entire population had joined in seeking the. plant, to be located near the Clark County seat, which now has only tfoo industrial plants. Both manufacture clothing. 'Arkadelphia is Henderson State t h e h o m e o f Teachers Col- BOY SCOUTS- Jefferson, Chamber of Commen secretary; Edward Lcverett, Arkansas Mrs, A. D. McAllister has returnee! from a buying trip to St. Louis, M o . . . . . Announcements H. t«i r. W. Clam Of Central Methodlit The Buslneis and Professional Women* Class o f . Central Methodist Church will' meet with Mrs. Or« Clark, 431 East Third Street, tonig-ht at 7.-30-o'clock. Chlldren'i Story Hour The Children's Story Hour will be held tomorrow moj-ning at 10;.10 o'clock at the Fayetteville City Library. Miss Barbara Bennett will tell f a i r y tales. All children may attend. ^ Modern Literature Cluh The Modern Literature Club will m,eet Tuesday at (h« home of Mrs. John Hamilton. Mrs. Joseph Thalhcimtr will be program lead- Ray nilchi Western Ga Company operations manage John Henbest, Washington, A kansas Western city superintend ent; Jim Burnett, Washingto Hospital manager; Terr H u n t , Washington, City Hospita clinical director; Chris Wray, Washington, Be Telephone Company manager; Bi ly W. Myers, Jefferson, Bell Tele phone superintendent; Claycl Bau gus, Jefferson, city school super intcndcnl; Jerry Riggins and Al bert Davis, Jefferson, airport dis patchers; Tommy McClelland and ...... Jones, Jefferson, airport weathe observers; Don Brazzeal, Jeffcr son, Coca Cola Company managci Bobby Miner, Lcverett,, Shjplcj Caking Company manager; Rich ard Watson, Jefferson, Dr. Pcppe Company manager; Jim Hatfield-, Washington, North we"sl Arkansas Times editor; Den ny Tune, Lcverett, KGRH m a n - ager; John Lewis, Washington KGRH announcer; John Charlc: Stanford, Jefferson, Ozarks Rura Electric Cooperative manager Bobby Dozler, high school, Hathcock Clinic superintendent; Jack Cole and Donald Mason, Jeffersn, Army recruilcrs; David McCllnton, Washington and Alto.i Lay'nc, Jefferson, University Station firemen; John P Davis, Jefferson, postmaster; Bobby McBrldc, Lcverett, Farm Bureau Cooperative manager; Don. aid Parrlsh, Washin^Jon, Univei"' sity City Lines manager; , Doryle Hovinga, Washington i'irst National Ban!: president, Wayne Parrish, Washington, Mc- Iloy Bank president; David Carter, Jefferson, C. A. Swanron and Sons manager; Donald Terry, Jefferson, Fayettevillc Milk Company manager; George Davis; , high school, Pasteurized Milk' Company manager; and Billy Hancock, high school, Holland Brothers manager. Applications For Federal Jobs Taken Applications are being accepted by the U.S. Civil Service Commission for the positions of .physical science tide and for zont deputy collector. Beginning salaries for the physical aide, positions arc from $2,500 to $4,205 per year, with duty In federal agencies in Arkansas j '" '"- wo " u ·""., rum/uin-i.- u,^ U H L , , Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. · "' a daughter, February 8, at the The deputy collector positions are '· C ° Unty Hosp " al - Births Mr. And Mn. L. J. Knackstedt . Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knack.sfodt ! of Ncosho. Mo., announce the birth r. And Mn. Clo r d P.tton M r - and Hospial. lege and Ouachlta Baotist College. The plant site is on a long ridge --mostly farm land--and Includes a Negro community. Chamber of Commerce officials, who have buili up a 1150,000 fund to. meet demands of landowners who are not satiified with Reynolds/offers said the community will be moved to any location its residents choose. The plant will be built next to Ihe AJissouri Pacific Railroad tracks, about 25 air miles from Reynolds' plant at Jones Mill; 40 miles from Hurricane Creek and "bout 45 miles - from ' the firm's pUnt at Bauxite. · .A toial of 55,000 tons of aluminum is expected to be produced at the plant annually, Reynolds said Thursday that construction work would begin immediately and the plant should be in production by the_ first-of 195.1. MILK PRODUORS- CONTINUED rBOM PARE ONE eery Court asking ' t h a t Smallwood and the Board of Health be the OkMwnu Dealer by* ArkMiis Law Uflfiir Oklahoma' Cily-W'pAn "O'kmiii- gcc butane dc;ilcr accuses Arkansas nf attempting to run competitive liquefied .petroleum gas business out of the state with a new law requiring large storage tanks. N.- J. Gaincs complained yesterday to Oklahoma Atty.-Gcn. % M a c Q. Williamson t h a t Ihe n e w ' A r k a n - sas law requires any dealer in that state : to have a storage ;tank;;,of 12',000 gallons capacity. "It will put me out of business in Fort Smith because I can't find a storage tank that large, because of the steel conditions," he said. Gairies explained he has ample storage at Stigler, Okla., 27 miles from Fort Smith. He has. been serving his customers from there. Williamson said he is powerless 'o act. French Premier Wins Slim Confidence Vole Paris - (/!) - The thrce-wcck-old government of Premier .Edgar Faure won a slim 292-275 vote of confidence early today in the National Assembly: The Issue, a procedural one, was whether the Parliament, should consider at once the premier's proposal for a guaranteed wage scaled to. the cost of living. Truman Says He Isn't Very Fond Of Spain Wastiington-(/P):Pr«ident Truman is. not very, 'fond of Franco Spain, he told his news conference yesterday. The off-hand comment came in response to a question about his opinion of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's -reported opposition, to Spain entering the North Atlantic T r e a t y Organization IJATO. '·President Truman said he didn't know anything' '.about General Eisenhower'* etatcment because he hadn't seen it. But, he added, he has never been very fond of Spain. An outstanding flavor--Junge'a Roman Meal Bread. 11-K-tf Today's Market-- St. Louis Liventock National Stockyards, lll.-(/!')- (USDA)-Hogs 10,000; 180 Ibs up mostly steady; extreme lop 10 cents lower; lighter weights and sows steady to 25 lower; 1 180-220 bs to shippers and butchers 18.2550; 230-240 Ibs '17.75-18.10; pack- restrained from removing dairy s Grade A rating. In the action, Glenn- contci.ricd t h a t Smallwood"s action caused him injury and deprived him of h i s ' n ' rights, and asserted that his dairy «'i products arc "Grade.A and com- , parable to that of all other Grade A dairies in Washington Counly and the Fayetlcville trade territory," t h a t his plant is sanitary and on the same basic with olher Grade A dairies in the county and trade area. Order l« Granted The Chancery Court granted an order temporarily restraining the stale Board of Health- from removing the dairy's Grade A rat- - , ng. Since t h a t lime the dairy has vidual head good yearling bulls ecn operating without Health I 28.00 nnd above; q u a l i t y of vealcr Department supervision, City San-' supply below Thursday; good and larian James G. Coe and Counly choice 33.00-39.00; high choice Sanitarian O. L. HonomichI said at the meeting this morning. The temporary restraining or- ers paying 18.00 down; 250-270 Ibs ·17.00-60; 270-300 Ibs 16.50-17.00; 150-170 Ibs 16.25-17.25;' 120-140 Ibs 14.00-15.75; 100-110 Ibs 12.5013.50; sows 400 Ibs dWn 15.25- sows 13.25-14.75; igs 12.00-13.00; boars 10.00-12.50. Cattle 500; calves 300; about steady; few small lots commercial and good steers and heifers 29.0032.25; individual head of choice . yearlings 33.50-34.00; utility am. ! commercial slccrs and heifers 25.; 00-28.00; utility and commercial cows 21.50-23.00; canners and cutters 17.25-21.50; utilily and commercial bulls 23.50-27.00; indi- WALT BEACH OuarartMd Watch RtpaMnf Wild Braw* MYrnriviLLi, AI - OM Dqr «*rvto« A R I S E ! "Why ill rou thtr* and dii?" ' TUNE IN KBRS Monday thru Saturday, 6:35 a. m. Sunday, 1 p. m. REV. BERYL E. BETH % GALLON Vanilla Ice (ream 64c Holland Irot. Letktr Plant EVERYTHING IN P1UMBINO and SUPPUB FAYETTEVILUE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. Try H for YOUR COLD | Only 666.doct all M, ... 1. Eaaen miuculw «cbM ' and pum of cold. 2. Ra- ducM fever. 3. Acta to ·ipel mucui. 4. Workl M a luatlve. Get Mf today! - Icr was issued by Circuit Judge o a s . iutt. .The court order restrained he stale Board of Heallh from Icgrading Glenn's milk and milk! and prime 40.00-41.00; high prime mcrcial 22.00-31.00. Sheep 300; few small lots good and choice wooled lambs 28.0050; one sizeable lots choice and prime held higher; slaughter owes steady; few' good ewes up to 14.00; cull to utility 9.00-12.00. iroductTirom ClassT'toTlower| THOUSANDS JAM-- lassiflcalion, and "from interfer- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE ig in any manner with the pcli- ioner's business" pending a rc- iew'of the degrading action and final determination by the court ill Ready To Proceed Attorney General Ike Murry's dice in Little Rock is handling 1C case for the state Board of lealth, and January 11 Assistant sounding phrases. "During these last months the king walked with death as if death were a companion, mi acquaintance whom he recognized and did not fear," said this old friend. "In Ihe end, dealh came as a friend and aficr a happy day of sunshine and sport, after R 'mod ' , night' to those who loved him best, he fell asleep as every man or woman who slrivcs lo fear God and nothing .else may hope to do. . . ." . The Tasmanian "tiger," actually a marsupial wolf, is one o! the ., i i * . i · i · n ' " · rtnu «ii « V, illy II J til t till Ol M a i l i n g salary is K.05 per year. Fayettevillc announce the b i r t h of I l s i . ,u' C , IWsons should con- | a son, February 8, at the County "' laet the civil service secretary at " ' ' !hc post office for information. l«* I'asternak Divorced Burbank, Callf.-(/t')-Movie pro- lucer Joe Pasternak, ", was di- ·orccd yesterday by former actress torothy Darrcll, whom he wed 10 ears ago. She charged cruelly. Keep at with the he TIMES dailr. limet--read Mr. And Mrs. Errln McCamey Mr. and Mrs. Ervin McCamc Fayettevillc announce the birti a daughter, February 7, at the County Hospital. "amcy of birth of .Itorney General George Lusk led an answer to the petition for he restraining order. Chancellor Butt said this after- oon that he stands ready to hear ic case. Assistant Attorney Lusk old the TIMES by telephone this norning thai the state is prepared ir. a hearing, and Attorney Jeff I rarest of'living animals, uty, Who with Attorney Rex erkins represents Glenn, said he ready to proceed. Officials of the m i l k producers nd al the meeting this morning lat inspections and enforcement regulations throughout this ilk shed within the last nine onths have brought up the ral- g of milk produced and sold to airies in this area.. The inspec- service also has raised the lalily handled by th.; producers ! Nich enables them to sell milk i it of the state, and .-. q u a n t i t y being purchased by a Texas concern at the present time. In 1946-49 American business' spent nearly $«7 billion on new plant and equipment. 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros. Nursery GREENLAND. ARK. Sound Training at Small Cost There's greattr earning power in your future with sound and intensive preparation. Enroll today. ' Fayelteville Business College "The School You'll Lib" lOt W. Dickten Phont il H A L L M A R K V A L E N T I N E S McROY McNAIR Pho. 131 CRAVENS BLDG. YOUTH FOR CHRIST presents Ibtico-uely (70-Minute Motion Picture) Filmed by one-time movie star, Colleen Townscnd, who was converted in Billy Graham meetings/ CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner Douglas and Oakland FEBRUARY 9 7:30 P.M. ANNOUNCEMENT Virgl* Drake and Bob Burson have now leased the 0. F. Bayley Oil Co. Station No. 3 at Fayetteville, on North 71 at the city limits. We are now running a one day special on February 9. With the purchase of 8 or more gallant of gasoline, you will receive one quart of high grade motor oil free. Oil to Choose From: 35c Conoco S u e r Oil . 35c Quaker State Oil 35C Conoco Super Oil Also other good oil to choose from. . Premium Ethyl Gasoline . . . . at 25k Regular Gasoline at24'k Kerosene . . . . at 14c Also we have some very attractive prices on Armstrong tirei, which carry an unconditional written guarantee for 18 months.,, 600x16 Heit Mister . , . $17.72 670x15 . . . . . . . 19.40 670x16 Super Heal Misters 19.15 710x15 ....... 21.43 Plui talai lax Kut I«!M tax Whatever your needs may be, see Virgle and lob at our new location. Try our friendly service. Phont 2332 DONT FORGIT YOUrFKK OIL ON FEBRUARY 9 t'i^-^i ---J--

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