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«OI!Tlr//IST ARKANSAS m»B, ArkoMM, II, Obihiory Balancing Act Clay Ruth Clement Ci»y Hush, 86,'m farmer died »t the home of his | d«ufht*r,.Mr«. L*l» Center, near j Wintlow, it J:30 o'clocl; ycster- d»y «vening. Mr. Hush was born ne»r Whit* .Hock Mountain. He wai a member of the Missionary Church Association and was married to the former Miss Nancy Ajin Cooper, who died in January of 1915. Surviving him arc one son, Henry Push of Susanville, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Center of AVinslow; one step-son, Luther Combs of Window; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren; three nieces, Mjrs. Melesia Provience of Window, Mrs. Ella Prentham and Mrs. Anna Magncss both of Ccdarville, Ark.; f i v e nep'he'v.'E, Frank L«ns of Mazic, Okla., Bill Shepherd, Cliftie, Ark., Frank Shepherd of MountainburK, Ben Rush, Tulsa, Okla., and Jim Rush of Corpus Christie, Texas. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. at the Biptist Church in Window by the Rev. DeWitt Smith. Burial will b* in the Hart cemetery near Window, under the' direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. *F ' j| Primaries Not Eyewish To Him, Says Kefauver ·.·rTCI liJC.? your child need iiiptrvJtti pity ! w i t h hli own *t. group? V*i4r*n i : V i i U f t n u r w i j f t n now Accept n e w , ntrmbcr* of U n i v t r t i i y p«rionn*l '. Phone IMS of JOUR. i ItTATT ' FOR Births Mr. And Mr«. Milrin H«l Jehnien Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Neal John- ion of Faycttevillc announce the birth of a daughter, February 9 It the City Hospital. Mr. And Mn. Arnold D. Layn. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D. Layne Of Siloam Springs announce the birth of a daughter, February 9, it the City Hospital. ' Ml. And Mrt. Howard MeCow«n Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCowcn Of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, February 9, at the City Hospital. Mr. and MM. Robtit Alberly Mr. and Mrs. Robert Albeity of Westville, Okla., announce the birth of a son, February 11, at the City Hospital. ' Mr. And Mri. Ollact Gl»nn . Mr. and-Mrs. Ollace Glenn of Fayettevill* announce the birth of ( son, February 11, at the City Hospital. Spain Gels in Final Retort In Controversy '-. Washington-(/P)-O n e international incident--President Truman's remark about Franco, which brought a quick note f r o m , the Spanish ambassador--apparently was closed today, with Spain getting In the last word. Mr. Truman said Thursday that he, hid never been very fond of the Franco' regime." Saturday,' the Slate Department said it (jot a memo .from Spanish Ambassador Jose Felix de Lequerica. Officials said the note was less than a formal diplomatic protest and did not call for a reply. Its contents were kept secret. ami Mrs. D. H. Mitchell, 716 West i'ork Street, sailed from Brooklyn, N. Y., on February B, for Port- Lyoutey in French Morocco. David was graduated from University High School June 7, 1951. He finished boot camp at San Diego, transferred to the Seabces and attended the Seabee construction school In P o r t Hueneme, Calif. He flew from Port Hueneme to Brooklyn -January 29 and is scheduled to serve 18 months overseas. Bomber, In Trouble, Lands Safely In West San -iego, Calif.-(/P)-An Air Force B-36 bomber, in trouble for most of nearly nine hours it was aloft, was reported down safely today oh a Navy field. . i The Civil Aeronautics control i tower said the six-engined plane,, world's biggest bomber, landed at i the North Island Naval Air Sta- I tion in San Diego Bay. [ A huge plan^ droned over San ' Diego and the area near this city ' of 334,000 for hours. A B-36 car- . ries a normal crew of 11 to 15 men. Nfishliii. N. H.-f/I'j-Seiialnr KP- j f a u v r r «f Tennessee, whn . cork 1 ; ' the Democratic nomination for ' [ president, yesterday y;iid he dot;.sn i t'(i(i,vicr pnm.'U'ios "eye- j Wiish," Ho and Pmsidcnt Truman i art! eiilcird In Ihc New Hampshire* j HOGS--CATS-- PRTR prosUU-ntial primary, i HNrf i.iorl h~o7rTr'for~hi.7 rilvAn. $.15 00. L#it\* fir01 USKU d t n i n f "ronm *ulrp. ~ · f t . I.rwii Hroi. Co. Inc A Western Union line repairman looks up nt a broken pole and crossarms that is balancing upright on two cables in Hamsburtf, .Pa. Policp Chief Anton Maaskc said the freak situation liappcncd \vhcn a shiinbering motorist sheared off the' pule. The motorist was uninjured, hut his car was damaged extensively. No Losses In Tax Receipts, Dunlap Says Washington - (/P) - The ' government hasn't lost a penny in tax I'-'ni'^h the misdeeds of of its tax collectors, Con- E--LIVESTOCK 12 FEJioCn ihoiti. milM nonhw«Vt of F o y o t t r y l l l f . A O. McFaddin. .START your herd n( hugi w h h choice March II ihc Hi'st in t h e countrv. Truman lirsl indU-afc-d FULLER BRUSHES! 1 U a.nck r e ( u I * r dairy hrtxjnn j jty(l^tlllj. S20 Llnrtrll. ('hone I3«; j ';* jiOK jnjT230^siufii"iS»r Street.' I TO* SALE OK RENT hot'»«. y«»r» floor l School ar-i buj lln«, ROOO.W i' m erate price. - · , ' , · ; Addmgton Real Estdtt Phon« IM) ..i- ; 'BY OT/NER r~- ( ROOM hou»e. 3 -e»ri old, hardwo- floors automatic gai floor furna . cr .«p,tnlrl pun. I I month* old. Phone h e : - 2 BJ would w i t h d r a w his mum 1 from ; It(:f; 'Slcnr-.» mt rncktr »n«ni*j the New Hampshire primary, say- | ^nco^' \tr, C ur, hwcvor, the president i-witi'h- ! ·*··- cr, however, the prcslrtnt switch- | r .v5 J . . . . ed .sUmds nntl permitted his name ^'"u'nEnAkrfl h*Tf ion" plckiip · «n Ap»r!mnil. Terry V * to appear on Ihe ballot. It's Bottles- For Chinese Hickory, N. C.-MVOpOl-Htion ! C'tmrl Vvllii'i'nThl'rt: Hollies" ir, now in its final phase.! i'im v ' n0 '"{! lt "'{l. lll 0 |.J Elderly Woman Shot From Pissing Auto Huntinston, W. Va. - (ff) - An elderly widow was sitting in her second story, bcdropm last night, writing a letter at a desk beside the' window. Outside, A car upcd shot was heard. j Critically wounded, Mrs. Fannie Tunk, 78, had become the second victim within 11 days of A phan- om gunman, ft was the eighth iit-run shooting at Huntington lomes within the past lew weeks, police siid. They believe the same 22 caliber rifle* or glstol was used in each case. The bullet hit Mrs. Funk in the right cheek and came out the other side of her face. Another woman struck January 31 was treated for an arm wound and later released. The operation is .bombard the China ·coastline r \vith ., ,._.; has neon advised. In fact, j hundreds of plastic bulllcH. each Internal Revenue Cumini?.sioncr of thorn containing ;i friendly greeting in Chincst' and an American souvenir. Students at Lenoir Rhyne College, who originated and placed in cxeculinn, said today John B. Dunlap said, the burc;iu'K record is a "remarkable" one when compared with defalcations of bankers in 1951. that rocked the Internal flveiinG J-.JIUHU WHS presented to « House Appropriations Subcommittee in a report on hearings made public tod a 3 r . ' Dunlap and his boss, Secretary of the Treasury Snydcr, defended th« loyalty and efficiency of the they have received notice that the bottles left San Francisco early this month aboard the American President liner Lightning, v.'hich will drop" them in the entrance to Ihc China £ca. UL UIU \; . . . 000 employes in asking foS;: I n f l O t l - O n Not 900,000 to run the Treasury Department for the 12 months starting July 1. Todoy's Market-- ft. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, lll.-l/P)- (USDA)-Kogs 23,000; weights 180 Ibs and up 25-50 cents-lower than Friday'* average, lighter weights unevenly 25-75 lower; sows a quarter lower; bulk choice No. 1, 1 and 3 180-230 Ibs 17.75-18.00; top 18.00 paid freely by shippers and buyers, mostly for choice No. 1 and 2 190-215 Ibs; choice No. 1, 1 and 3 240-270 Ibs 16.75-17.50; 280-300 Ibs 16:25-50; 150-170 Ibs. 15.75-17.25, few to 17.50; 120-140 Ibs 13.50-15.50; 100-110 Ibs 12.0013.25; sows 400. Ibs down 15.00- !6.7»V heavier sows 13.00-14.50; ·tags 11.50-13.50; boars 9,50-11.50. Cattle 5,000; calves 700; few food and choice steers about uteady at 3150-34.25; utility and commercial cows 21.50-23.00; can- n*rs and cutter: 17.00-21.00; utility a n " commercial bulls 23.50- Z7.00; cutters 20.00-22.00; vealcr: 2.00 lower, a few individual sort' *d prime vealers 41.00; good am high choice largely 31.00-39.00 utility prime vealers 41.00; good and high choice largely 3I.OD39.00: utility and commercial veal- ers 21.00-29.00. Sheep 1,700; few early sales choice and prime lambs 29.00 to nhippers; but not enough done establish price trend; slaughter ewes unchanged; few lots utilily to good ewes 12.00-14.00, according to weight, cull ewes 9.00-11.00; »gcd bucks 11.00. x CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phcni CvllKt 1111 Ftritti*Ul«, Arkinui Rendering Co. DISSTON Chain SAWS 4-9-12 H.P. MERCURY MOTORS PHILLIPS MOTOR (0. WE PAY CASH FOR DIAD OR CRIPPLED ANIMALS MMM C«llMt 111! F«y«ft«yille IUm1«rin9 Co. El Dorado Companies Face Threat Of Strike El Dorado-(/P)-The threat of a strike today hung over two big oil companies here, tmployes of Pan ;\m Southern Corporation's bit; refinery have authorized the CIO International Oil .Workers Union to call a strike if current contract negotiations do not end in a settlement. And union members employed by the Lion Oil Company at its chemical plant were to complete balloting today on authorizing a strike call. New Administration-- CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE H. Dickenhorst said he assumed McMath's letter rejected 'an invitation from the MAC to appear before it "under oath and subject to questioning as any other wit;ness." "We regret that he will not appear," said Dickenhorst, t Morrilton banker. He said th« commission "will complete its hearings and then decide" whether to meet with the governor. Noting that McMath had specified the governor's reception room, Dickenhorst observed, "we had one visit there already." At the meeting shortly before the public hearings opened, the governor demanded that attorneys for the Highway Department he allowed to cross examine witnesses. McMath also called the hearings a "political' witch hunt." The MAC'S harings this week will deal with road construction, contractual relations, right-of-way acquisitions and route determinations. Purchasing and maintenance were probed in the first two sessions of the hearings. Cooper Jacoway, HAC altorney. said the HAC will look into the: reported payment of $300,000 f o r j right of way for a B.5 mile Van Burcn lo Alma road project. He said t h a t Ray K. Patterson, Fort Smith, nnd J. Neal, Van Burcn he right of way appraisers on the Job, have been subpoenaed. Freed From .Sealed Car Madison, III.-W)-A IS-ycnr-nM boy was freed last night from a sealed railroad car in which he said he traveled without food for four days, He was reported tn serious condition from malnutrl- IOB am] frost bite. KMI «» WIM UN Unit* nut th« TfMRg For Bond Cashing Wash[nglnn-(Xj s )-Congress heard today about a bigamist who has had to cash his defense bonds every 60 days "to save my life," The story' turned 'Jp with the release of hearings by the House ' Appropriations Committee on the ! budget o f ' t h e Treasury Department's savings bond division. Robert W. Coyne, consultant to the division, said while checking why people were cashing their bonds he met one man who explained: "The fact Is, gentlemen, I am married to two women. I buys Ihe bonds and I gives them lo my first wife and after 60 clays 1 sneak them away and cashes them and gives the money . 4 o my second wife. So you see the box J am in. That is why i cas'.ies bonds." NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS Kiite: 3 crnls per word «lnitle In- *ortinn. Three innerlumi 7 tents per wort). M i n i m u m order 2c dnnaiitpii mis ciun m aovnnce--noi taken over ihe trlcphone. Ucndllnc tor cljissiilcd nil*; 10;.10 a. m d a l l y ; y;^o n. m. K a t u n l n y Corrections nnd rerun i - l i r e r f u l l v made nricr (Irst inseriion. No cnrrec- Lions or rerun made niter ad ha» expired. NOTE; Advertising: copy for o t h e r PJIKC.-I IK duti at 12 noon me dav prc- ocadlna publtcaUon; U noon Saturday "" - -' : -- | ni^ | Mpiiri«r LEGAi. NOTICKS WAITHINQ ORDIR in The Chrncrry Court Ol WajB.nttffh County. ArkantM Lcupoiu U. Snj,'c J ' i t i l n t i f f K a t h r y n n. SJIRC JJsfcndanl The Ou.rndiiiii K n i h r y n H. Hane Is wnrnecl lo Hp[n?ar in Ihis Court w i t h i n t n l r t y days (l ,uf nn»wor Ihc in me t S f l i n l i f f in the above en- I f l i c f i pniisc. Witness my h a n d and SPS! ol ihis ravA 1 ll ' h dft) ' "' February, IMJ. Rit'hnid n. Grcer Chancery Clerk 11-18-;* March 3-c WARDING ORDKR In Tho Clicncerr Cfurt Of HUhlngUn County, Arktnitl Kawant A. A. M n m n a u I'lainli/X vs. artys Liiiimln ivmrslinll Defendant I h c Defendant CJIadys I.nura1n Maris warned to Appear In t h i s . dnys nnd HIIIUTI- ihe PlnMlt'. in the my hnnrt nnd wa! of this Com (his 2nd day ol February. J95L 1 (SKALl Hichnrri H. Grrer Chnncery Clerk 4 - 1 1 - I R - 2 5 c " ' " W A K N I N O OHDIR In The Chancery C*urt Of WathlhR'.«n C o u n t y , Ark*n» Oporflo C. A u s t i n I ' l n l n t l / f VI. K a l l i r r i n e M n r f c A u s t i n Defendant The D c l c n d n n l K a l h r r l n e Marie A U K l l n in wnrned lo npprar in ihis Cuurl w i t h i n I h l r t y dnys n n d n n u w c r I h c c o t n p l n l n l of ihc P l n l n t l f f in the ahove e n l l l l e d entine. WiincM my hand a n d Ki-nl of i h m (SKAI.) " " 8y " " n u * r 1 1BHl Hlchnnl B. Crec-r Chniiepry Clrrk By Joy nupewD. C 9 23 Kclj. 4-11-18-c n«w UnlvcMlly Kl'! . l Arkin.M* pup. fe 7"llli« llnjr, Only 5 Days Left To Save $50.00 ort a Deluxe Coldspof Refrigerator houftf irittirr. 'Reiibniihrf' before 7 p. m. ! ro* RENT-- M!so:n,,vvF.ri;«i fDnMSifffiD 2"room"VpVrtmVririM"oo : hllh_pald. Phdnr IOJ1W. FOUR rrinin"' hunj*low "with "iVr'ar · ·arernrd In hark porch. Located on ; v t n c r n t Street J KuUH room n p a r t i n c n l I 1 , block* off *qu»rr. S u i l a h l f for n f l l r c mile, very j rood for office flnd home for smml i f a m i l y T H H E K m o m morirrn d p n r i m e n t l u l l l i t l c i paid. J*n m o n t h l y , u n f i i r n h h ' f l . TWO romr nmrirrn n p a r i m e n i , i i n f u r n - lnhfld. I]7.10 hinnihly Hammond ntalt.v Cnmpany Phane 7B1 fJ'NUSUAU.Iv'nlcc 4 room i i n f u r n h h . ^d a p n r linen t. Steam h^at J l a r d - wonri floors. SM Shady A v r Phnn*- 212BW. A~PArifMKNTTromp I |Vrr1y"rVdecnr«te't anf* furn!«hcd. P r i v a t e e n t r a n c e car p n r i . lllr h a i h , jthnwr J u i t elf North Collrsr E v e r y t h i n g tiaid H7 SO Phonr 2.107. .1 noOM f u r n l f h n d n p a r t m r n l . : U t t l i - )·*·» paid. Phone 11 tl)J, ^rapfri Wr«r U n i v f r j i t y and Lt f r r t i, . o n - b t i » line, Asiur our rf(iiiry for .jn.OM and pay ft anr? »t $37 37 per month. To pnc- ta.WM Call ZM3-H flnytims^ m!«Trsted. or drive by ]«ZJ L«y«ri · pltcfc in t on * Ur i tnr.f;" BEDROOM ' ,1 nlre quid, r r s t f u l " pltc N n r t h M J i pjirt of the city ipv-ri lit w-uh lot^ of nice ihrubber Itm iln»ierj-in front porch, 2 tj^d p!f ntv r-f hutlt-in». This hou« Ji v« *nrnrliv? no thp in»Jde It I* n H n-w horn* hut hs* he«n well or .ifrveri «nrt tnk-n rrsrt of. is SEL with It's a 9 ft. all ihe trimmings. Rig. 279.95 Now Only 229-95 t Cut. Price TERMS Phone or Com* In Sears Order Office 20 East Center. Koii «noii 'qiiniy Phone 1827 Hik". (lonrlnu it, - _ . HOT wnltr l.nk. j'-Jllow f.mTilt «". nirlM. Cunnlnihnm Orocery, Hl«h- ...."'*'_" ?«·'· _ CHICAGO Ihoe ik"aieV~Mipii si"J)0._piipne_n!7w. . ' ' w i t h f l r r t r i c refrlc'eraior mid' wns'h" «r. P r i v n t r , Couple only ] l t s h u » - tfi went.^$30.00. blljjt puid Phom* 17LM 3 nOOM"hbuir7"2 blocks from** *riuiirr Nn b a t h . S20 00 m o n t h . Ser owner at 2.'10_Snn|t. Kait R t r r p t . ! FINE f u r n i s h e d n p a r l i n c r i t | ' ne'nr imi- ' vrrslty, for couple. I'honr f,n morn- j .1 ROOM T u r n l c h r d ' a p i i r l V i i c t t i . N e w l y | rtccornlrd. P r l v n l c niith. 103.T North .1 ROOM furnMinl a p a r t m e n t w i t h i hath. P r i v a l e cnlranre. Phonr 16MW ; or ,1,T I new rooms and g a r d e n " Phone j TWO room f'urnjahrri '»nnflinrnl." Nr\v rtfrlirerator and n i l t t r c M , Clone in Phnne 1240-727. cdSTPL'KTELY " 'rurniaKcfl .1 """room ·pjirlmcnt. P r i v a t e hath. U t l l l t l c i I - . , _ . . nicely f u r i i l n i i r d " Prlval* balh. A. L. SHAMBLIN : REALTOR JIM HOLDEft Tteplv,nt -U ^tiJ4 nr i$w " MOSTLY" VALIEY" L'AND ! Si Al'RKS I n c i t e d i, mile from 71 j »crM rvf f e r t i l r t valley land. A hr*h new « room. Wffii hunt nnd modtt w l l h in- pxcrptlon of th* bsth (i) lure*. pii;mbtnc rau«h«d In. Law terraced.. Pr'ce SH ooft ift'iACRKS. *fl valley, on jjoort fifhis Jitrsam. m a i l mift choal -bin routt I mile o' -mi*!! vlllncu Price $1 fi* WELL LOCATED .; 63 ACFIKS, I mile of town I ' i mile in 71 h l i f h w u y . Nice little mouriiaJ' i t i v c r t l i V f l f n r m w i t h «ccnlc £«Kln I'tr \ ronni rot-It vrnccrwd hnnu Small h u m jjnnd chlck*n hniur tij 5iO hrrn Hnck and cement rc-II* w i t h ftmnkc home nn ion Ovtr hut nf (hi* I nnd for cuItlvAttnn. Sprirt frrt *!nrk ponrt. Prlr# ?fi,(W. Term.' PtomarU pl«c* In live and maka . " V '"NEWLIN REALTY WEST FORK A R K ROCK "VENEER" HOME" . · i.OCATKU nn nlcr plol of jrnund Ju* nutsldr pity l i m i t * It'* mod*rn. u--.Hl n a t u r a l aav city u'fitf r. cfVmplt^Jt- bulb, bin Mini nnri t Ic. Wr ran i*t rnnso a Bond dcai on this (me prd'A - . _ _ . nAhN'uriE ftiilllMr. _ ..pjtrtment . r r ] v blnrki"from'^u«ri i n Vi"miry' l i nrlvi? \ F O R T Y - T W O F I F T Y . .'rjSyJL^J 1 '''^ 1 "iiM 1 ' 1 *- I'hnnr Jinaw. I WILL BUY «cf»d updftrn four roon NIC?; 4 room hotinc, U'nftirnlthffl' N t n r I "f-mr w i t h b i t h . h i t c h « n htiUttni an i Cimpiis. Phone JB4fl"J or «ee M 7 1 H r Wc " 'ocsled '.j.-block off bu; i;«»t_2nd S(. | I'nr. .·"· hwli ! FUftNlJSHKD ·pSrtmcnt'r'lJcrwii'iUrri YOU W I L L ENJOY I nil[» paid. Phone 7i7n-4. IMKFODILS. plione""37W."~ GOOD "mixed *ir*lfn. lc M buy »lso prnlrls buy. 21, mi lei on Wymnn i-»«d. Dflvid Clark. B A H N Y A H D "frrtlJUer. SrOO^pfTloTd R u l l d l n u *lonr. Ben Mc«do\vbrook nille __»outh Greenliind. L A R R K old house. 2,10 South ~~E t l~t Strert. Bent for ii~wni, I-Aftofe bedroom, woll furn'Uiu'd. Prf. v«le entrance. Slnitlc or double. In His Line BnUord, Pa-fyPi-Thcrc's « barber in the nc.irby Western" Pennsylvania comm'Unily of Wondbury who doesn't, k^ow. Ihc meaning of inflation; --^.' · · . * ; · · . · · Daniel N. Byors; f)3, A barber for 09 years.*, still gets the name pay ;is lie did when he uttirlod-- 10 cents per hnir cut. ".lust never saw any reason to charge more," he explains. COMPLKTE your hiRh'VchooiTrmTrnc in ipnre time. Texts furnished. 1)1- p'.umt. No cl;i8ses. Send for 41 pane bonltlel nnd sample lesson irce AitUTiniii School. Wrilc Hox K.-l»; in spnrc time. Texta fiirnlahed Dl- plomti. No "clnsfics. Kcnd for 47 page booklet and aamplo lesion free. AincrJcim School, PO Box J88 Furckn Springe, /trkiinsaa^ PERSONAL S f c l l Grrcn Stomps "JiV'CtTMftns" anil Kusncll P:BS» Kprvice S l f i t i o n on all sales nnd lervtce/ R ml)CK north H l R h w n y 71. Come lo ice ui. Conilelltlion Down Siftly New York-(fl^-A four-enginorl Pan Amnrican World Airwnys Constellation with 51 persons aboard made a .successful urncr- goncy landing at Jdlcwild Airport oday after heinn forced by engine .rouble to turn back on a flight to Puerto Rico. Partial Eclipi. VisibU New York-(^P)-The only partial eclipse of the moon during ]0.'i2 in the United Stales'was visible in some parts of the country last night. The Hayden Planetarium said nine per cent of the moon was in the earth's shadow. Commiflee Moves To End Influence Racket ! H E L P WANTED "toiifi cround. 90c h«le. T'hnn* $ FOLDING" hiRii "Viwir Nrverjiird. 410 Washington. 11311.01 GIBSON tilltar, $40.1)0, ,. bill. Kcond hniiae weit MUM Gro- HESfAUnANt'flxiuTeiirMaBoh ; i "cTm"- CIIIIKD a n d x m o k e d hflnui. 60c pntiml. Brooka Lewla, FarnilnKton. Phone *,'* KARAT 1 diamond, aMtTlfjcf~'leea"uire FOR FUrwtci^n""pT6d~ucta,~cafrop"wrlte K. 7.. Catt-K. Roult 7, rayettrvillo. Ark. Phone 94ttW 1 ^*tt^]*l^jn. IDEAL MAHRESS CO. W« mMf or b«at any competition 401 WESV DICKSON. RAINBOW TROUT sold dully. Phone K p r i n K d n l c lUSOI. Ozark Trout K*rm Salesmen and Executives l^^t^tr^;--^ Want high-grade, experienced ot the Scnntn Investigations -Siih- ! (j v , Cflinmillcn toriny cnllrd for Ihc "summnry dismissal" of any gnv- crnmrnt employe found trafficking with influence dealers. The subcommittee told Ihc Son- pic that "any firm or i n d i v i d u a l J v/ho f=ccks to brinj; improper influence to bear nn nn\-cr*nim:ni dcpni tnients or who has a hack- ground of influence .sepkinp: be barred frnni f u r t h e r members | man from soiling field or execu- hrl.rf toilrt HAMPTON'S _ . lockeri, n-5 bin, O'nlte cases, Rtc. A complete lint SSTORt FOR SALE--HOME NEKDS 'e group. Posifion carries very ! u? substantial income if you qual- i _ "r9*± ( -°" ' nCi ify. Want man underpaid in his i "vanUv^d 1 " 00 ' 11 ! prosenf f i e l d . L i f e t i m e job I n : _ Co,, inc. _j i _ _' permanent i n d u s t r y P. O Box ^ K i m u A R Y iaic new ilvlnr'ronm AA-I i - u i D i ^- i ,'· lahlr8 ' m M t floor ""'"Plci. «re»lly 447, L i t t l e Rock. Give brtef busi- ; r( *f 1 Ji rc . f !L-^ vvi Bro)l - Co., Inc . ness hislory, i n c l u d i n a age | n . j NEW m«plo"brdrnom mite. P a n c l h t H j, ui ly uye, in vanity dresner and cheii of drawer* formation confidential. «--...-- _.._. _ . 3 rtod^Tlunilihcfl »n(iriincn"t. Ofili- TWO bedroom ho~mc~6'n"liaved""iitfec'r, two block* from Jrfirmon School. tbrf« blochi from Srjuire. ncnt $.10.00, Call 2M2M. niiren. Adu 11* ^.Ci^M 813. 2"5h 3 room furtiTshcrt MnnrimenTneAr Unlyeriilly^pJipnc Z311-W. Ni(7E » room hun|ntow."»»e'nwnef lit Bink'i Coif ft Shop, corner of _^hpoM\nr1 M o u n l H l n . KUnis'iSMPi'b""~ r nnnr:incnir"" fl "h'locki n o r t h of iquiire. Prlvntc c n t r a n r r . bulh carport, rnllaway Hniiywond bpii. InntfriiprlnK nrUtrem. Tile bath. Bhower. l,of* ot iiloriuie cloifclJi. A l l l c inn. Completely rt-dccorntc-t. hk-sl (or two. H7.RO. All u l l l l t l c n . Cnrliase nnd ;m»f!Ssmcnln pnirt, One )' the .^t t~Tj?.° n U 1 ' 107 N"!CK c(Tfcl«ncy «|7«rtfnVrit"'ior'TMi'wn' 1 ^ ·jUSJ*'*' !^°5'^ w o f d n pn n t neit ti. 233 J. C O U N T H Y li'e en thli iplenHirf 3*t. ft«:rr f a r m . Locited Ju»t n few m f h n t f ou' on paved hlnhwiy. fi»J r f t y w s f c r a n t l n a l i i f a l ' jrai. Tht n m d c r n home In .Iniijlat*;! thr»»u«h out. and hai many nltr builtini rloti-u and rle. Aim, * rtn*- b*rt nnd brond hlchway frontagc--Bt'tfi . Hurry On Thfi. Sprlnif li J u r ' - «rfun'l the Corner, CITY LOT SO KT.xim IT. located In ' f u r 'rcti- d c n M a l section nn N. f*rtft 3fr«ft K c l l l n n a t H a r t A i n Prlct of ntfs.K Lei in »how you. Phont 711.' MAMMOND RFAUY cp. Eve. Phoni- II, n. Hammond J. A, JarvU I59T1W MOVE IN SPARKLING new fi-room frime, [ci vctilrnt tn Iraniportatton and i l*t h a t h n , fon-crf ilr hfat. at ·nranc. SM..inn on. shown by 3*m rrVkr. jr/po.n. v** KINCAID COMPANY^: pcrin*nciit. q u i r t , "rejmonslbia ««,,-- ,W houte,! 'Oft «aU nrlnilH. 1 brHi Tt block.i N o r t h ant y n r d . Parkit ullllllr.-i $.v, rKl of U n i v e r s i t y , p'.vnn- K *\inrt. monih. *\inrt. Tonant* p»y Reference*. - . « -- _ NICE iiirirc" room. i'iY K." · .. U ft I VfcKHl rV A I 'n lif R~KNT.'i O rt~e i t n f u r n i f l h p d J57 si} fnrn- liihed J72.M. hilh pnld. n i n ,1 i x iff t-nnne ,.'iH ifl H^no ben- r oom u n f u r n U h e d ssooo. turnlihed Jfis 00; two bedroom u n f u r n f i h e d HS.OO. Hendlx li-undry x v n l l M b l e Phon KM ___ . . ,, QUALIT V (IreBsninTtiriR. HllcfrtibriV button holed, Quick' wrvlrc. Ren- »on«ble rutei. Phone 577 J. Mr«, WAI- kin*.. _ v PKONF. y"iwnVrr5o" 1 4 milc» .from . food ro»d. $2.7M), _ _ ____^ no Acii'c ~«!ocK~"fiiriTi With goo A Ti' r(Mjm home »nrt June barn, water from »prfn« undtr pcewure. On~«U rnutc*. V'flnln 20 mllex of r»yftt«. vtHf. Should carry (SO hu*d Hock, .14 food cwei irnfnf with firm. Of-; fereri h,v widow lndy it · h«rtalft nf 17.00)100 See · . . , - - Sfrout Really Agency, liic: (O. M. Parker. AnociiUI j L i n c o l n A r k a n » « ' ~ " n u m window ncrern*. Free Cktlmatcx Gabf Cooper, 441 South toruxt. AdYrrti** tn (he TIMER- pay*. business w.ilh the "government." Port Of Denmark Hit By Great .Snowstorm Aalborp;, Denmark - (/P) - The \/orst snowstorm in Denmark .since 1R98 hit the northern part of Jutland this morning and .still raged at noon. Ail rail nnd bus connections were cut. Lights and telephones went out in must places. Snow lay 15 feet high in several towns. In Aalborc, the district's biggest town, officials estimated it will take abotil a week to remove the -fmow. IIKLl* WANTED--MALR V O U N U mrn wantlcd" to""ReV*rcfldy~lo jiercpt position; in d r a f t i n g act'ount- li)R. clRdrlcily nnd riicsrl cngincrr- InK. W« teach you «t home In spare lime and help pine*? you, American HELP WANTED--KEMALE KXPERIENCEI~~wiiHVeiw;f Apply" in prrarin Hodfioi Cafe. ·IITA it-nt-'cc-", -- · - W A l l R h S S for cnr hop. Phone f,SO or MISSOURIAN FETES TRUMAN ' W A N T ij-plng to do nt home: Valera T;iyJor. Prairie _Cr»vc. R o u t e J. WANTED-1-oinployrnent'tn local hiilf- nrs%. Can handle Kcncral office d i i l i r s . i n c l i i d i n n IcRiil dictation, t y p i n g and roiithic- clerical work. A No have p u h l i r contact n n d rr- crp!!oiitn' t x p r r t c n c r . Familiar w i t h s t a t e ;in'l f e d c r n l t u x ami r r l a t o d fnnn.-». IVrniAticnt resident. C a l l 2't' t nw between H and 5. ncittiinr price laj* price _»H«.IIS. UwH Bros. Co.. Inc. ~UEWIS"RriOS."pA5EMENT IJacd t a n k cleaner " | J O O O Unco" electric w n t h n r » . · 20.00 Used H e n d l v ivanhcr . M Oil Used nliKhlly Brnttlx dryrr J/!*rOO Used GE r c f r l g c r a l o r . ..89.00 Used Mo (point elcrtnc range ... 39.00 U^rd Manic Chef Ka*_ran*e .15 oo 3 PIECE maple «ufte. suluble for den or »un porch, flood condition, lei* Mian 2_ years old. Phone 23GOW. j CAPONS. yoiiiiR l e n d e r ' a n d ' flrlicioin j you w a n t any nf these. Fa.vfHr- t vllle 4-X Feed Store, Went Center Strer:. Plinnr XS5. G ~PiKCE~livini ruoTn"~x\}\tr. " tttudlo t pint form rocker, occfuiontil chktr, iffct- table, 2 l a m p tablf-n in blond - rdR~VduB nobriNc; NEEDS · Cull H. L. Slcwnrt Roof Inn Contractor Al»o, A?)fpito» SUUni. _ !Hoinr_rep!ilM. I'hone i5i(J " I W. H i l l -,~ ELECTRIC CO. Quality Initalltn ·PUMPS · POWER Photw 24, W«»t Fork . or w a l n u t , SI 13. VI We G r r r n K ' a m p K . H i l t o n In F u r n i t u r e Co. M l R h phone 177f). civr S Ar H Broj Drive- uy 71 oorlh LOST AND FOUND FOUND, iniail~hi»rk~"an(i ' t u n ~ h l l « r n t j c r r l n - w l l h cdllar. Phone 2ftfiJ. MONFV TO LOAN Fi7X~iioME TOA'NS" Ixiw inli-rcst. lonu terms UTI.EY AND COMPANY, INC. Phunn rjns L O A N S $50 to $1,000 . Wo make n u l n nnd f u r n i t u r e loans. Let us finance the purchase of your new or used cnr. QUICK PHIl J. WILCH (l), .MlMourl, PreaMcnt Triimnn nnd Kmiup I Spf»kcr Sum Raybum (D), Texas, are ihown nl a luncheon for Tru- ! STANDARD FINANCE CO. 12 N'jrlh Block El., or our used car lot. Corner Ontcr nnd Church StTOta. TRANSPORTATION OKFERKR i LI |n'k V r' N ""'"' Ca "'"' nla KahiMH/'r.n i KOK .SAI.K--AUTOMOTIVE ' I91S KI.KKTI.INK Chcvrnlo'l. unocl can- illllnn Mnl rxlrm. Phnn, ' CIIHVSI.i:!! it-Man lliiht «' il' MII'I hr«t Ihu (or clirap I iniirin. Rcc at Mr, Linden 'M DOOCK Gooil rnnfllitrtn'. J .'*'' ."r r . n . .M.9!°L .' n P f'araf^. Si.llilTl'.V'"uir(l""'il' Ply'mnillh"Mu*l tUV ..I 1 «""' r !( "'"I»J'« »r cvfnm«l. Ml w. Center. Who's Who For Service Consult You' Classified _ServJ£e Directory BABY "SITTINr, " CARK (or children tn my hntne. Mrl SHOP AT.ICE'S BEAUTY SHOP N n w up town. 7't V. M n t i n t n l n SI Allre untt M»rlh«. Phone «:0 COI.VARO'S BEAUTY SHOP 2W W Mendow--Phono 300! M«ch mo-up Colo w«ve ti up tl'AMtg UtAU'l't *liof r ~ rtortiMi tteptoto* .» · CHrktrtm I'HIUKE'IT'S BKAUTY SHOP REI.IAILI ·OKI H A U I . I N f i Cull Maullnr O.iy nr nlKht nirnn Ray 1 I.179J 8ANID_ANn_GltAVn., ___ ROAD AND OR1VCWAT ORAVEI. - A13O TOP SOIL Phone 1SHJ nnrt 30SJ »ncn II N Block John RhMH Applnnct Phniw 2*21. TUnW-ll E X C A V A I I N G B U L L D O Z I N G Grovtl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N ______ PJ^on»_29 __ 24 HOUR~SfltVlcr"(r~ Hemtlllchlng, Plcoling, C ·utlon», B^ton Holti,'Talloitd Btlii and Bucklei. Sptcial Ailenllon glvtn MaM Ordtrt. Sotiifaclian or Monty Bock. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO IS S.E. St.. Furettrvllle ·el) Ho Mcrf motmtatn stock 5 room hnusr, hnrn. cEllrtr. hntnc. ntanly nrnasei Jtnd vjntMt. · Al.n x d j o l n f n x (arm w i t h 4n icrtf v iKitlom land. n. O. Sllrltl, Route'-f. fi mll^ .outh Dnrhiim. ^ « AUTOMATIC A Belter APPLIANCE CO, : Plae» to Buy ^" N. Black DEALER Ph. Ill u q i Kincaid Co. · Automotive *f"lr* · Health ond AccidentTM · Polio, ·Liability · WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION · Plate Gloss ·Burglary niNSURAIKE '" AutomobiU -- Liability Fir* - Extended Coverage Polio - Plate Gla»« WAOI FINCHt* Arced* Bldg. Fhone Mt Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing i H. H. JONES. Contractor' 21S Virginia Avc., Box U3 U Sta. Pkanc use, KiycUi?villc_ _ LANDSCAPING M a l r r i a l l and ncivm* DTfcH"7Jr7ci6iNG ) I FOOTINGS--w a 1 c r. jt« and i e « e r '· i rlltchri. icptiC l a n k ho« Digging and bick (Illlnx Call ?82C Brycfl LEWI'S^MATTRESS "CO"" BENDIX M I R A C L E A G I T A T O ; W A S H E R One day | H)R_SAL»:-- RKAL KSTATR WASHINGTON Srhnnl dlMrict-tovely * room bunrslov,. bath, i r r v l c c porch. *un porch, f u l l bmrinciit w i t h K * r A C f *nrl sp^cc (nr M U M I I iip.trl- tocnt; mitoiiriflr fni fiiinai-c. (.·fi.mi- t i c r U I n u r , i t h r r ntnp. in*ulAICl A SI 7.500 v n l u r nt a d v r r l i v i SPK- CIAI.I.Y P H I C K I ) u i t l i l M*rt-h I CLOSf; In--lwn story duplex- t rouim bntb it pit/in t. nice corner lot on pnvrinnit Meal for home nnd In- rornr. 11,000. 4 ROOMft u h u r b « n mi nrre neor nnv High School. $6.750. I ROOM h t m f k l n w Much (rotn new H l f h School, jfm )ic«t. lot M by "" ""r rxrnA S P E C I A L AUTOMATIC $229.95 . J. D. EAGLE, Realtor rim* m

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