Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 16, 1952 · Page 7
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NMTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMU. tayMMvUlt, ArhfmM, toturday, hbruary 14, Iff J "Business Barometer" Indicates Some Increases In January Over 1951 Month Businesi in genera! appcurs to have been better during J a n u a r y , 1952, In Fayetteville than during Jinuary or ;he previous yenr. This conclusion comes frnm figures in "Fayetleville's Business Barometer," a new feature o( the Chamber of Commerce's monthly publication, '/Faycltcville." The barometer indic-ates that the use of electrical power increased. The number o( electric n.eters, not including commercial lighting, increased from 5,036 to 5,136 .during the year, and residential consumption jumped from 54-2,330 kilowatt hours to 615,352 kilowatt hours. ' Commercial electrical users .increased their power consumption from 515,072 to 520,830 kilowatt hours. The number of property transfers showed a mild drop--from 319'to 311. Mortgages also declined, from 193 to 154. But advertising lineage increased from 28J.128 lines in January,' 1951, to 299,786 lines in January, J952. Building permits s h o w e d a sharp drop as the construction boom tapered off under stricter controls. The 1951 J a n u a r y figure wa- for $158,650 worth of construction, while the J H n u a r y 1952 figure was $59,800. Ban', debits gained from $16,442,298 to $16,893,613. The total number of telephones, business, residence and rural, rose from 5,025 to 5,127. Apparel Sales Up New York-Wl-Tolal dollar volume of retail trade was under the high level of a year aRo for the week ended Wednesday, Dun and Bradslrect reported yesterday. Rc- tailers'generally stressed St. Valentine's Day to a greater exter-t t h a n in recent years. Clearance sales, which usually end in January, were still in eKect in many stores. Apparel sales brightened the retail scene somewhat with total volume slightly above last year's total. Early offerings of spring clothing in the South were well received and a small rise in men's medium-priced suits was noted. Food sales equaled the previous week's total. Household goods sales wero below last year's figures and February furniture promotions generally did not live up to expectations. Total retail dollar volume was c/iimated at one to five per cent below last year's level. Regional estimates were: New England off one to five; East two t- ;ix lower; Midwest off one to up three; South off two to up two; Northwest even to :ninus four; Southwest and Pacific Coast down three to seven. Paris Opening For "Acres" Said Probable "Acres of. .Sky", which had its premier on the University campus . last year, may open in Paris next fall, with the International Ballet Group, as an American ballet opera. That was the word today from (lie author, Charles Morrow' Wilson of Fayelteville, who has spent some time in New York this month. He reports by letter that five new lyrics, "all with excellent Ozark qualities," and other music which includes a f u l l orchcslral overture, has been added to the score. "In all," Wilson writes, "I have the feeling of a great show coming up," He says that among the opera and theater people who have heard the music, none has offered adverse criticism. "All arc enthusiastic," " he writes, "and the radio and television conductors in particular are delighted with the high proportion of 'remem- beral melodies'." Obituary DISSTON Chain SAWS 4-9-12 H.P. MERCURY MOTORS PHILUPS MOTOR CO. WE PAYCASH FOR DEAD OR CRIPPLED ANIMALS Phant Colltcl 1811 Fayetteville Rendering Co. AUTO WORK by reliable mtchanici. All work GUARANTEED. BROUGHER and ROBB Whiteley'i GIIHC, hack *f White.ey't Service SUtitn OUR OWN EXPERTS GENUINE PARTS Abshier-Bryan "Y*ur Fritndly Ford Dtolir Sine* 1913" 300 FARMERS-CONTINUED FROM PAGE Oi\E Hut. Dr. Joe Fullon of the horticultural department of the University emphasized the planting of tomatoes on new soil, and recommended cover cops between plantings on thc same soil to prevent disease. Interest was manifest on to- main production by the barrage of questions from farmers. The meeting closed with a panel riiscussion on cucumbers, the new crop of this section, led by Dr. Earl J. Allen, Gordon Barnes and Dr. .loe Fulton, all of the University, with repesentativcs of field- men of the Green Bay Pickling Company, who early this spring made contracts w i t h fanners in Washington and Benton counties for 1,800 acres, and a representative of a Texas firm which entered the state a year ago and now has second year contracts with farmers in Central Arkansas. Dr. Allen opened the panel by saying there is no reason why cucumbers might not be as productive here and as of.good quality as anywhere: Experimental plo.ts at the University experiment station have yielded an average of 4,000 pounds of No. 1's; 6,000 pounds of No. 2's, and 5,500 pounds of No. 3's on three pickings each week. Thc harvest season is one of the shortest of all vegetables. The vines produce 60 days after planting. E. H. Hitter, manager of thc SprinRdale Chamber of Commerce, presided. Invocation was given by the Rev. Stanley Gordon, minister of the Springdale First Baptist Church. Gilbert Sisco, president of the Chamber of Commerce, gave the welcome address. The women of thc city served a luncheon of sandwiches, doughnuts, fresh frozen strawberries and coffee to 275 persons, including the Springdalc chapter of the Future Farmers of America, who attended the all day clinic. Navy Building Most Powerful Radio Station Washincton-OT-The Navy is building the most powerful radio station in the world to enable the hinji command to keep in touch with the fleet anywhere around the globe. -The million- watt station, classified secret u n t i l yesterday, is being erected near Snohornish, Wash. Anxious Wait Balliniore-W)-The owner of a local lumber company called in a man to pry open his wall safe. Yeggs had broken into the office thc night before and the combination was knocked off. It looked like thc burglars might have Rotten $4,000 in the safe and jammed the door shut again. But thc money was still there when the. door was opened. Radio Station On Air The Dcnton County sheriff's radio station, KKH-300, went on the air for thc first time yesterday. The new station, which serves both thc sheriffs office and Bentonville city police is on the same frequency as thc Washington county sheriff's radio and is also in contact with . Muskogee, Clarcmore and Miami, Okla. Kee. up with th» time*--read the TIMES dally. GOOD HOME MADE HOT TAMALES 60c Dozen to Go and Chili, 60e Pint Also Serving Delicious Plate Lunches 50c -- 65c DELUXE EAT SHOP JO* W. Dicton Ph*M US Funeral Slated At Bentonville For War Victim Sfc. Billy Smith To Be Accorded Military Honors / Bentonville-(Special)-The body of Sergeant First Class Billy Ray Smith, 22, a member of Battery A of the 03fi Field Artillery who died in Korea October 3 of shrapnel wounds received in ac- lion near Yonchon* will arrive in Rogers at 9:10 tomorrow night escorted by Sgt. First Class Wiliam P. Welch. Sergeant Smith was the first Bentonville casualty of the Korean war. There have been three from Benton County. Funeral services, with full military honors, will be conducted at 15 Tuesday afternoon in the Bentonville High School auditorium under the direction of the Burns Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Rogers cemetery. M i l i - tary rites will be conducted by .he combined Bentonville veterans organizations. Mayor Alvin Seainster has issued a proclamation asking thai all business houses in Bentonville should close from 3:15 L 4:15 the day of the funeral. Benlonville schools will close at 2:50 p. m., Tuesday. Sergeant Smith was born in Bentonville July 21, 1929, the .son of Garland M. and Nellie M a r t i n Smith. He attended school here, joined the Army in 1946. He was discharged late in 194!). Sergeant Smith joined the National Guard here in the spring ol 1950 and was returned to service when the unit was mobilized in August of that year. He (rained with Battery A in Camp Carson, Colo., and went overseas in January of. last year. Before being called back into service Smith was employed by Fox Deluxe Foods in Rogers. He was .married to Helen Dean of Bentonville on March 18, 1950. He is survived by his wife, Helen; his parents; three brothers, Jackie and Bobby of the home in Rogers, and Ralph of Okla- bome City, two sisters, Dorothy and Joella of the home, Returning Korean veterans, who served with Sergeant Smith will act as pallbearers. The Elder Lee Kcrlz, Gainesville, Texas, former pastor of the Bentonville Seventh Day Ad- slation agent for the Chesapeake · C h n n r e r v and Ohio Railroad u n t i l he retired *- nanccr y four years ago because of ill health. He came here from Springdale two years ago. He is survivor! liy his wife, Mrs. N". !· Clly lu the Chancery Court: Wiitcr Improvement \Vanda Luke; and n sister, Mrs. Anna Grcenlcar of St. Paul, Minn. Thc body was removed to the Burns runcriil Home. Funeral nr- ranirements are incomplelc 1 , but burial will be in the National cemetery in Fayetlevillc. WOODS DECLINES-- ·CONTINUED FHOM PACK o x v subjected to a series of cnicstinns by James II. Grain of Wilson, a member of boll the HAC and the Highway Commissioji. Baker replied, t h a t lie: 1. Remembered the Highway Commission adopted a resolution - lj - I-c missionor: of FOX SALE--HOME NFEDH C o u n t y ; t.vlra clr«n. ! I'honf 181 iDllnr. find I rhone 161 D i s t r i c t ' rondilion Fayrttevilie, ami , ,,,,,,,,, wal| , Vr sole s u r v i v i n g com- i piunt ifii Order dissolving im- ' : »? Spindrifr provrment dislrict, vcstinj; t i t l e rhonr of assets cif disiritt In thc city. Noml Parks vs James n. Parks: Decree of divorce to p l a i n t i f f . ·" 33 i n7tn\t~ vriii'i'. Cnrd Of Thanki We WMIU t" eximvi our flpprrcin- tU'ii t'i ihe frit'tiils iiiul r e l a t i v e * for 11-7 drrrts of kind MCA* unrt wnrd of M y m p n i h y rxtcndr 1 to ui durin* t h e illness nnd death of our w i f e nnrt mother. Y. Z,. W o o d r u f f Mr. and Mrs 1'nul S t m l r r Mr. and Mr*. H L Woodruff Mr. and Mrs. M a r v i n Woodruff NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES rnquirlnR that ovcrythlng he pur- : P I A ^ ^ I F I F H A h ^ chased on bids. V, L H J J I I I L U H l / J 2 Know the resolution still was I ,,,,,,.. 3 nati pcr W(m in effect, , tcrtion Thrco romecuuvi 3. Had never received commis- I 7 " nt ", ner wortl - Mm"«" - ' ClasBlijcri ads cnsli m * taken over Deadline sion authorization to assist in t h f purchase of gnivcl and machinery without first advertising for bids. Grain told Baker "that the evidence .shows Hint the Highway Commission took bids for grnvel inf ended for use nn regular maintenance repairs; that immediately after the commission approved such purchases and adjourned, you and Mr. Roy Martin, Highway commissioner from Fort Smith, met with the purchasing agent and arranged for the pprchasc of large quantities oE pravel for your district without amgle in- inscrtloni orricr 42c. 1'nnco-- not telephone. classified a d s : 10:30 a in daily; 0:30 «. in. Saturday. Corrections and rerun chf er f u l l y mnric n f t e r flrsl I n s e r t i o n No rorrnc- Iinns or rerun made a f t e r nd lias ex- I pircd. NOTE: A d v e r t i s i n g rnpy f u r olhri P3RC1 is due at 12 noon llin day prr- | cocdinn p u b l i c a t i o n ; 12 noon Saturday for pubMt'jiUori^Qn^Moiiriay^ L K f i A l , NOTICES WANING~6RDE|it In The Chanctry Court Of Washington County, Arkantai Jessie May Bibb P l a i n t i f f | I H X 1 K unjre, n n f i i r n l gut K x l r * f l e n n |S3i Phonr IC1 I Windsor r a r i f f . olrt hut r x t r a clcnn JM.M Phone 1*1 1 New Prriec'.lon oil nmv. E x t r a rlc.TM Sulli J t M O S , |lkf nrw t.peciAl S»3 3^ Several nit r«iipct from $5.00 up 1 N n r n r rrfrlxrrMor. fiond ron- riltinn tf.S93 Phone IF.I O K L A H O M A T I K E Ac SUPPLY JV40 * B''FOOT'" H o l p o l n Y ' e l e c t r i c "rc : f r i n e r a t n r . Priced reasonable, Phone FoT'FSlER BRUSHES We slnrk r r 5 u U r H a i r y hronnn. [It-MMM^ns. S2fl L l n d r l l . Phnnc IMS CORN "for "lile. Cua" Wlllifimi." Elklni. roit __ __ _ EXTRA nice 3 room *utnirhan hTfn- 031" lihcd a p a r t m e n t A D modern r'lrt- rniencti. far p,ir;icu/ir» phone B71J7I O N K bedroom a p ' - i r i r n r n t . n*w modern, We. inlaid linoleum. xitrrt«* (t milr* JHIUlh on 71 H u l u r n n h r d J1U W) :!h Cnll 2M5W. r n i M J K N T L K M A N - CLOSK IN I'HONF, M5W._ NICE ft room u n f u r n i s h e d annrimen!. ground floor. furti;iff*. [unarm, p r i - i-ai- m t r A r i r i M . fii-»f inn 11117 =in-i nrw hllhjichool jPnnne *1* or OHW. TlfRFK""r(ionr'"furnliinVd""jipitrtiii»'iit. n n v f l f r h n t h . p r i v a t e f i i t r * m r « N e a r n.ift prjnaw, A TWO liedrcom midrrn h o u n r , a ho a f u r n u h e d t u n room ·ipnritii'rni \vi\\\ h u t h . E. M. M u r p h y . Phnn* Jin IW :Tn6oM "fiirnlihed ' a p a r t m e n t " "pirvale halh. r n t r o n r r I f . T V/c^t I . « f n r t ! c I'honp KSW. 2" KOOM" (iintiihrfl "»p:irtmcin id«.ii for himificis u-nntAit ~ t'lorki f r n m * HAI.E-- HEAL EBTATT MVE room colonial bunialow. Locatad on lovely r o r n f r lot on« block S, of C'yuniy Hotpltfl! Two light corner brrlronmi. clothe' ctoiell. bull tin*, ·crrcn^d Jtifc|ifn porch. x*rxf! and lj,-icii'rnf Also plenty of jplend) i 'fiii»i! red leafed rnapte ihade trp^». GUNTER ADDITION A HEAl/Tiri/J. hninr on beauH/Ut corner lot in c u l t u r e d neichhorhio-j, Tv-o hrdronm*. den. pa Ho. This I'v.-riy hmnr 1 hia everything. Imn i p r l l i i t r posse"!»iort. L't ui shovs- you. Phont 7U. HAMMOND REAUY CO. Eve. Phon- H V Hammond 1372V J A. J a r v U BY OWNER f U J C K in of c f i ' l r l JlrM. 75«J. N7c~ELV~~f urnhhYfTii" *pnrt nf i _ LOTS of sood nt Winslnw. Als j nt my vn onk poit 'I'hiirnian TTobprt !iili?i D e f e n d a n t The D e f e n d a n t T h o ni a x Iloherl Bibb is warned to nppcnr in t h i s Court w i t h i n t h i r l y days nnd unswer knnwlcclge nf thc commission. the complaint nf "e 1'lnlntiir in ihc B«kcr replied that his only in- I "^fnpJ^'^j^hJHy^nrt Kr .,] tcrek was In net deliveries ex- ]cui'iri n "iif "Kh dTy of n Fcbruary' pcditcd tn his district. "I was in- : tSEAL) tercstcd in getting the rock and ciinnwry cierk !cr I didn't worry with the amount thai WHS bought." Thomas Reads Oath HAC Commissioner Herbert Thomas then read Baker the oath or office for highway comrnission- NOTICK In The Prabale C»urt Of Waihlngtcn Cvunty,. ArkiintM In Tlw M u t t e r Ol The Kslale Of E d i t h U. K u l U t r , deceased. No. ]0:i8A. K d l l h O. Fuller, whusu last known wm l!t)H N. Church St . Fny An instruniciil dutcd HIL 25 1 h (i;iy of .June, JODI. wns a d m i t t e d to pro- hntc ns thc last will of n.tid dcci'dent ' undersign lor* Ihcri crs and inquired if- Baker thought j n "v V "} c ',^ nr1 ^ lrn * Illl ,- fl ^- icd " n t h c 2lld lie had lived up to t h a t oath of '- ' a 5 office. "I certainly do," replied Baker. The oath: "I do .solemnly swear or a f f i r m t h a t I will not be interested either directly nr indirectly in any contract made by the state Highway Commission, nor in the purchase or sale of any material, machinery w equipment j puiiitcn'tinn '.oV'thiii" notice, or they b o u g h t for or sold by thc com 111 SK- i ? h « l l e fo-cvt-r bitrrrd and precluded sion while a member of the commission; that I will not be interested otherwise than as an o f f i c i a l of the stale in adding any road to FOR cood quTTlily onk floorin* "»en '. j loath Hard\vood Co. Phonr. TfiS GOOD oak timber on «0~"acres" n'enr Writ Fork._ Phone 14207 or m t W . nO'POf ll"LERS"fnr Vmrtenlni 'thrn»- Irst w a y -- f r r r d e m o n s t r a t i o n . K T W h i l r h u r c h . nox Ififi. F a j p t l f t v i l l r Phnnr 170.1 W. FIVE nlmost new" uns "hfoorlfr,' JM2 SO pach. M l. Morftnn. West Fork. Phone 12FI1.__ YOUNG" w h i t e lci,'h~inV" IaV'iK~hpnV. Hfl"; prfdiictlon. 11.25 c«rh Phone 4N.ll. HAY for sale, 75c bnle «l h'nrn. Phone _707J1. AU'i'O r c r n l r it hop. well equipped". V'rllc Box K-21. 'Vrime*. BABY bed. h n t h i n c t t c . 'h"l((h chjii'r. CUS'MM^N~~ino~ior~«rofit^r~Very rrn- fiKW efr7s~Col u"n jblB hi cy O^icT" 1 ar K c KGGS, fresh doublf yolkx, SO cent, phone 6C8R*. e n i r a n r c pn- vn IP h a t h nnd Burner Cloic in A d u l t s Phoiu- \fA\.t MODERN" 2 'roiim p u r t u t l v r u r n l i h n l H p A r i i n r r t . ItdOW. 117 f.*tl LaUy- .1 rifJOM n"ii : rfy"furniihfd"Hprirt"tTi»nt Prlvitie hnlli UliliHr-; p n l d 2 hlorkii f r o m M|tiarr. [..mridrv ( i r i v i - li-KMjf ririiirpri A d i i 1 t i _ r h i n i M1W rtOOM i'n""hrHk~' liniiir M!dllc'ni;oil ' prr»on M«*t l u r n i ^ h r c f r f c n c c i ; " r ! u :.. il ' . x J- 2f| - '· 'r»w ! KOU'h roinn 1 nine film' w - n h l«rg«* j srrrcnrri in lim-k porch I^iciiied un ^ V i n c e n t S l r r r i . ; iqiiiirr. K u l l n h l p [f»r o f f i r r - u l t t r . \ r r " ' gnort for nldrc and hoiur. lor smiiil ' (anuly. THRKF, initin nv.idi:ni niMrtiur-nt. uti'- llicr pitid. (in n i o n t h l v , u i U u r n i ^ h c d . j TWO rooir mortem a p n r i n i r n t . vcnerr 4 room houa«. «I»?p- e pnrrh. h*th. on l!i ac.'e». South A i r p f r i j u i t off 71 call. Cci(»3 lo'.inn for srhooli jnd city buj, C. P V/iKon. _ SEVENTY-SEVEN "ACfilS W ' T H l . V fi imlM of Fityftltrvills. '' t i i n l r (iff iMtr h t f h w a y . Approxi- m.itf-1* 1 .^^ juTti of Jinooth, levrl land Thrrr tvdroom residence. All f u r n i t u r e , xnorl h*rn, *m(tH h f o hruno. l*r«l!rr r q u l p n i e n t an1 num- r r f u j j ni!^iTllanro;i* items Juit thi f n r r n for H n i r y i n ami poultry This n it u alkou'. propotttlon *nd the nru-r M r i g h i . SMALL FARM . :.; W K A K rftvf.:pvill«. Thirteen *cre? b( ciod l a n r i ;i]i clrarffrt Four room |]ou«r, tmst[\ b u r n , electricity. I.rl u i *how you. Phone 7U HAMMOND RFAITY CO. Kvi- Phnnr J E Bsxtcr-- 2733-L-I ' A J u r v n 1J90W A VEHV f i n e I n s t r u m e n t Rt A f a i r price. Nn inonjitro«lttKii. BOO Smith Srhonl. 3057J. II A V Tor nalr. Good mixed. Reasonable, Phonc_K'J2JI. ____ on 3lh dn;/ nf February, 105'.', and were njipoinlGd t-xrcu- i ilrr A ranu-st nf Ihe probate nf said w i l l r;ti) bit effected only by f i | j n « H pot i! ion w i t h i n thc lime provided h.v law. All persons h u v i n c cliiinm a« t h c c K t n t u niiiRl e x h i b i t i h p n i , d u l y . v e r i f i e d , lo tlin undcrsiKncd w i t h i n I six i n o n l h s frnm the d n t c of tl the n n y b e n e f i t I n I h e ostntc. This notirr f i r s t published ( Uth dnv o r Fchruar.v, 10.')^. Kny KlmbPlI n»d Charlcfi \V A t l t l t i M i n . Kxt'Ctilors. P. O. Ho" N ANNOIJNCKMKNTS ventist Church, officiate at thc funeral. Thc Rev. James Word, pastor of the Bentonville Christian Church, will assist. Jamei Albert Ruth James Albert Hush, 77, retired carpenter, died last night in his home in Fayetlevillc. He was born at Mountainburg, Ark., and was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church. He was married to the former Miss Martha Porter in Fort Smith. He is survived by his -wife, of the home; four daughters, Miss Bessie Rush of the home, Mrs. Alma Tillman of Antioch, Calif., Mrs. Vickie W i l l i a m s of Wichita, Kan., and Mrs. Mae Holt of Minden, La.; one son, John Henry Rush of Port Smith; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Leona Walling and Mrs. Edith Compton, both of Fayetlevillc; two stepsons, William Kennell of Pateros, .Wash., and Edgar Kcnnell of Benton, Wash.; one sister, Mrs, Delia McAdoo of Fayetteville; one brother, George Converse Rush of Pateros, Wash.; and several Rrandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted- Monday at 2 p. m. in Nelson's Funeral Home. Mrs. Jon* Voughan Mrs. Jane Vaughan, 87, died Thursday night in the Hope Convalescent Home in Springdalc. She was born in Wesley, Ark., and was the widow of the late 1. K. Vaughan. She is survived by a number of grandsons and granddaughters. Funeral service will be conducted this afternoon o'clock in the Wh House by the Rev Jake Drake. Burial will be in thc f a m i l y cemetery in the old V a u g h a n farm, the state highway system, or in thc improving of any road by stain Highway CammSsion; nbr in thc appointment of Sbiy persons to any position in connection therewith; nor w i l l 1 ever use any information or influence t h n t . ,,,,,,, ,_,, . . . . , . V i i r i COMPLETE your hi«h school Hi home I may have by reason of my ol- In ,,,,,,,, i illlt ._ T u x i s fumiihud. Di- P 1 !^' l lh P. nc * 17;iJ -_ __ RE fcrilTl«r?"Be«t Iar~\*wiiij _Rnrdr^ns. JR30J. _ _ _ __^ GOOD mixed a l f a l f a , Icipcrirzn hd.v, nlno prairie hny. 2 ' j miles or. Wyman rniid. Inv;d Cl»rk.__ _ _ R A U N Y A n b or chickrn~fcr"tlllrcr. Well rnttod. Ph«ne m.i| a f l e r S_p. ni. RES1 r AURANT" MxiurciT. Maioh's Ca'm- 1^ "» G r i n - r ' 17 - WcM - Plckion. __ IDEAL MATTRESS CO. W* m»«t or bwt any competition 401 WEST OICKSON H A I N H O W TffoUT sold d«ll.v~T'b6ne Kprlngrinlc 3Z01. Ourk Trout Farm thc ' _'l, - ! 'TtAiNBbw "OVER "fiii-f 'TiiRSriny Jflth. Drnrnad T h p n l r r Wl'nslow, Ark. tJcnevicVc 1'Ki'ktnR- ton. INSTRUCTION __ _ LUGGAGE! iuti ca«e«.~ brlof cnscs, B-4 bam. ___ Toot Tocken, ' toiltt k i l n , etc. A complete line HAMPTON'S A R M V SURPLUS STORE OOGR--CATS--PETS ficial position to gain any pecuniary reward or material advantage lo" myself, nor disclose such information that it may be used by others. So help me God." SUGGESTION TO-- CONTINUED FROM PACE ONF- 'proccdures. This already has linen undertaken by the Arkansas Highway Coiunission. 7. Kcmoval of politics from personnel administration and r o n d placement. Specia^ Tax Proposed Johnson also recommended that the stale impose a spccia' tax on heavy trucks moving through thc state. He suRRcsted that proceeds from Ihe. tax--fixed in relation to thc amount of weight carried and distance traveled---;;" toward upkeep and the construction of main t r u n k highways. He said the m a i n highways arc the ones being torn down by the heavy trucks and the people should demand that thc truckers bear their share of the cos' of replacement. Johnson and thc others were critical of the so-called stale force work where the Highway Department's own employes do heavy construction work. State Force Work Criticized Johnson said that ir. 194!l he t o l d t h c Highway Commission that it was imperative to reduce state force work--from both financial and manpower slar.dpoints --but that, instead, it was increased. Johnson said stale force work doesn't have the same supervision that contract work receive?. He said that even though thc engineering staff worked nt peak rapacity, Ihc commission agreed lo a request by one of Governor Mc- noon a"t V'b'n Math's cx-Cornmissioner Orvil itcner School ' Faubus, lo add $5,000,000 in addi: lional construction on '.he program in June, 1(151. Johnson said the original 1951 near Hindsville, under thc direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Don Harriion Rogers- (Special) -Dan 1 larrison. 61, painter and papcrhanger and longtime resident of Rogers, died yesterday in the Rogers Memorial Hospital after a few days' illness. He was born in Rogers and had lived here most of his life. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rebecca Harrison; four daughters, Mrs. Stella Burch of Lowell, Mrs. Ruth Leach of Vaughn, Mrs. Pauline Miller a n d Mrs. A l i n e MiJIcr, both of Rogers; two sons, Donald Harrison of Kansas City and Lonnie W. Harrison of thc U. S. Navy; and two brothers, -Ike Harrison of Rogers and Tom Harrison of Kansas City. Funeral arrangements, under the direction of the Ciilllson-Pc.rter Funer«l Home, «rc Incomplete, j«k Luke RoBcr«-(Specl«l)-Jack Luke, 6.1, veteran n( World W«r 1 »nd retired railroad itatlon tgcnl, died unexpectedly yentfrday nboul 5:,10 p. m. In hi* home here. He w«i born February 21, 18811. He w a j * prjgram contained $20,000,0011 in proposed work because the "commission always has over-programmed." He added that 518,000,000 worth of thc total 525.000,000 pro- iirapi was now .under contract, hut 1ft work orders still were to be issued. Johnson testified t h a t maintenance throughout the Male was no: u n i f o r m , resulting i n 1 incompetent, unskilled or indiffcrcnjl help. Me disclosed that he had been asked to meet with Federal Bureau of Public I\oads engineers next week to discuss whether thc state has an engineering p t a f f adequate to h a n d l e "n f u l l fledged construction program." Johnson said all types of engineering analyses nnd estimates Indicated that Arkansas was losing $18,000,000 a year from its highway Investment and thai It wasn't replacing the loss that fast. .'.S Miner* Killed W n n h i n c l n n - M V F I f t y - f i v c coal miners were killed during January, 10,11, Secretary of the Interior Crupman reports. An outstanding flavor--JunRc'i Romin Meal Bread. M - l D - t r pin liookk I A m - H i ;H. Send for 47 rwRC and K.nmpln Icison Trrn School, wrilc P. O. Box PERSONAL S AT 11 Green fjlnmnn ut CafiUlne nnd ItiiHKCll Ksin Service Stnllen on n i l IIELI* WANTED--MALE U N I J S11 ATTl ncni "priSTl i oil ~Kfl Hi^jTT^r- nilsslon nnd r e t i r e m e n t . Must be c-xprrlenced debit m n n w i l h car. Write P. O. Box 507. Fort Smith. _ A r k . _ YOUNG int-n wnntcd"To 'u^i' rViiily'To accept puRltloni in d r n f t i n i ; . iiL-count- Inn. clrctricily ;in(l illcNol rni-inrer- itiR. Wo i r n r h you at home in spare IImi nnd help plncc you. Aincrictin School. W r i t e P. O. Hox .IL'O. HELP_ WANTED--KKMALE ^. ,,...__ ^_ . South School Street. HELP WANTED WANT DISTRIBUTOH FOR Fnycttuvilk! Icrrllor;- ml 1.255 Items Inched hy n a t i o n a l .iilverller. and taking America h.v Morm. Your net should exceed Sl.L'Ufl per month. requires invcBtincnt. Don't- iinswrr unless you can take over Itimied- __lately^ W r l t e _ Hfix K.22, 'I'l'lmes. NKW modern 2 hetlrnrim hmihc, on Ml. Scquo.vah. Nicely f u r n M l r d . Heason- ahle rent In responsible t e n a n l s . A d u l t s only. C. W. Morrison. 1'lione 1RC,!I-M N I C K hcdrooln. private enlrancc. 201 Eafit Sprind. rhonc ^. r i70-n. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MY entire, business for njilc. See nr call E. A. Unbbs, Phone 17. Winslnw. r'TTKH--Small hltielf and Ian mute ter- _rlcr_do«. Phone 2MJ. REUISTKKEO red "cocker'ipinlef puppies. Sited hy Champion Mocky I'Olnt ncdcoat^Mri. Wy«ll phone^MIJa. FOR SALI. OR TRADE N I C K 14 fool bont, chrap. Scr Johninn J\1otnr Scrvtce._Hirhw»y 71 Nor I k . CAFE, -well equipped, t*n mil" »ouln of TulnN. Sent! SH. new f i x t u r e * , Sec or c»ill J. W. Lcdforri. Jenki, Okla. Phone 4 . ' J d i i y n , 67 nlithli. ?!?!L 1 5? ? l I AI ! f ?? ,, (.'ily 'I'nnipn, Floridn, for property ncnr Fnyi-ttcvillc "r Sprlncdftlc. J. ' -- Upon noiid, Hounton, W A N T E D real estate llllln« ranches, city projwrty. Having l o t t of prospects f r n m Texas and other stated. J. O. Cnffey. salesman fnr Tommy Land Co.. branch o f f i c e , 5*0 G a r l a n d Ave. Phonr HH7. WANTED TO BUY WA~NT to Iniy a ioori~houW"~U ; ail'er. A. r. KowaUky. Sprinidale. Iloule " " (if I h c O/.-irki w i t h a mortem S room htttisi* P l r n t v nf hade w i t h chicken h«tr.ri nnd n bnrn A foori cellar and eirctru pump 2 mifpi tt*i nn old M HI ihft curve, H. D. Miner. Hnnimriiiri l l r n l t v C n i n p i i n v Phoiir 7*.l i ---- - V^._ ^ U N I V E R S I T Y " " A P A R T M E N T S . » n f . m F a j r l l p v l l l f . I ' , MITCI n o r t h Lev- h r d r n u t n . u n h i r n i s h r d 45? Ml Jim,- "Ht ! "r I n f n n i t a M n n wrltn A T. Ishcd 572,VI bilh ptnd. »·· n d I x H f t ' f f l m t t r r n t y or phone 2fl12-W laindry n v n i l a b S f . Phono r.xrm . ; J" r nunfi r,r rvrninx. P A R K V I E W "APARTMENTS, nnc l»cd- 'X ACIIKS 1500tt 2 room houie, elrc- rnnin u n f u r n U h r d SMt HO. f u r n u h r - ) ' t r i n i v . I-AU v.clli. nn graveltd roid ( J65 (Mi, iv.o bci'rnmn ' iin(urni5b-fl . un ^11 rrtMr^. A bnrsaln at 51.200. SBS 00. Rcndix Iniindry nvnllnblc. i XFfKl (V) r.i^h. b a l a n r n in imalf J r a r l y , Phnnc . L. Wells Rc*lty, Lm« OFFEKED VOTKRS! WEST"K'b"R"k" Si-h"r)or District HI Feb. 23, is itcinlllur f o r . f i r l t l n a a cnnrilclntc nn Ihe I m l i n t For Dec- n r « t l n « inildr or out. ciH Iloliort M . _ S m i t h . \Vr*t Fork UI-V. W f u , n i r V ' f t i r ' c h i l d r e n In my hnmp. KXCAVATINC"~--""nUI.I.DOZING -- PONI3S -- f R O A U S . -- _ C L E A R I N « -- 3I«V/^'- _!___",. '.V, .: - ^ ^ f i l S J iNDiVinUA*!. )ncome"(n"x'»crvicc'i Iltfi- ^nnahlf. .IpaZlt THACTtiir'diir.-lrn" plowing." Cnll 2200 f o r _ j n f n r n i R t i n n . ^^.~~. HARRY H."CREMER " SIGNS R o u t e 1 ,,""* 2 l 1 - Wlnilnw PLOWING done by hour or Job. Phonu QUALITY drtuBindkinfi. Hftcnitlnnj*. button holm. Quick «crvler. Ren- jnniible rHlci. Phono 577J. Mri. Wnt- kin*. ^__ ; __ SUN-TILT Venetian blinds iind'liiuiinT'- nurn window icroen* ant 1 nwningfl, Frtft osilnifltei. Cintie Cooper, 441 Sortth Lnruii. Phonr Two THOUSANDS R K D U C T I O N nn this very d*nrabj» l*nd, fi PM'in nn^ sunporch. Strtrlly nvjd^rn home, double B n M K f . 'city w i i ' c r R;I* nnd r l r r t r l c l t y . City bgji jirrv:rii--hc*t In l o c a t i o n -- p r i c e d to G?R.-Cmidell Real Estate N I C K modern 2 bedroom homt CJarlfind p a v r i n c n t . Near U of on larljind pavement. Near U of A, Furnnrc, Imrdwood floon. 31.070 win httnrtle $i7.M month, Prict only Mi. firm Addington Real Estate Phoni* IW.1 " N'fcEDS mil n. h. Htcwiirt Itoofirif Cnntraelor Alxo. A»ttcflnB Sldlnx, __Jl2ir lc _ r '' plllrs ' Pnon(; I n l l l *__ J 7 W . H I I L ElEQRICCO. Quollty lnttall*r ·PUMPS ·POWER Phon» 24, _W«n_Fo_rfc _ __._..,,...__,, B U L L D O Z I N G Gravel, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N Phone 249 WANT TO RENT 2 BEDROOM' hmi«r Phone u n f u r n i s h e d . 2 Oil 1 hedroom liou*e, ncur iclionf. Phong 1774W. " PASTURE »f cnltlc. W r i t e PO Box FOR HO head 175. FOR RENT-- MISCEU.AVEOUH liTe'ly Unl- LOST AND FOUND LOST, w h i t e a r t t r r hirrtdof: w i t h iiamr ,.._. . ^ on rollar. Phont BillW. E. M. Mur- j M O [ ) E n N ~ Z ~ n n m ~ « p n r l pny. · · · · - . . . " -- ^ F!M~TlbM~E"~l,OANS Low interest, IODR terms L'TLEY AND COMPANY. INC. Phone 3203 L O A N S $50 to $1,000 . We make auto and f u r n i t u r e loans. Lot us f i n a n c e the purchase of your new or used car. QUICK SERVICE STANDARD FINANCE CO. \'l North Block El., or our used car lot. Corner Center nnd Church Streets. FOR SALE--LIVESTOCK 1 H A V K plenty of «ood bred Wrxtrrn rwc» trj l a m b in Mnrch f ( n d A p r i l . M. G. Polk Llvci-'ock Co., Cnsf-villo _J^ 0| irl 1 _pJinnfl__293Wl. RKGI.STKRKn Spnticrl P^HIM! " Chinh honr nnri R i i t plus, r l u h t wrcki old. I.. H. Hurton. llotilr 't. K a y c t l c v l l l c I * h n n p F j i r m l n g t o i i 2121. KOR_ Jt ALE-- A UTOM OTI V K lI»4i~"':TiEVit6TKf"«odiin: 'l!«Hio.""hV*t- _-r,_ctc. Good condition. Phone 4.'iH\VI. ~ n nm'df " n m r l v new PJSI Stti'li'h.ikrr '; Ion p i c k - u p . Srr or w r l l c o w n e r n t D u l l d l i i K IM. A p n r t n i r n t _ 2 . Jl'crry Vtl)»K**. K w y r t l o v i l l f . llKGUIjCn""Fnnna|l "on nihher. " Run* (and. 4fl A I I J . C h n l i n c r * G, rw b a l l r r r y . Pr«thnc, c u l l I vn tor. SA.Vl.nn 2 fnllf-n nr PrAlrlA Grove on fi2, l » mile toulh. W. K MrAdjtmt. ONK~I9« 'MiiriVTlf TnlVr'nVtlnnMl" Hut- v e n l r r I r n c l o r , food ruhbrr. ]HM W. A u r o n n m y ftrpnrinif nl, University nefiiilur lr«nxmlM,inn. r;nod m Hcrfy «nd tlm. $19.' dfl. Itjir 'hour D9WZ dflc-r t p m '36"*CI1KVHOI:T 4 'door, Motor ' body f n l r F n l r \\rrn i9.'i 00 Trm (iMlrcrl. I'honr »OR.I2 M l r r fi p I'j:iD KOHf") n l r k n p . Prirctl rc-annni honn lf%JI. Afronnmy nrnnrlnifnl, of Arknnir.1. Phonft Ml. MODERN 4 room houi*. red ceo ruled. Gnrrlen plot. .1 nopM furninhed a p i r i m p n t . 4 room u n f u r n i i h e d n p n r t r n c n t Bill* p*ld, -" id S.'»0. Phone 712-J. rentVftirn. l*Urd. p r i v « t e h a t h . Scrvel rcfria- r-rntor, $-10.00, u t l l i t l e i paid. «25 I.In- ·1MI. NICK clean f u r n i s h e r ) Apnrttncn(. 123 V/c*t M endow. locatrd. U n f u r n U h r f i or prment oc- c u n f n t will iell (urnUliiiiKi cheap. s;iA~i,I, hoTise." 712 South" ~Colleir«. J'lione 509 AT f RACT IVK n n w r t m e n t , 27IOL1. _ ______ ".V~ rbotn unriirnUhTd re decor alert, P h o n e Who's Who For Service Consult Your Classified ^Service Directory BAJSVairf INO CAOK lor rhllrtrrn H U f h r y . R2I Lpvfrctt BRAUTV SllOf In Jny horn* 1I7IJ. A L I C E S I1KAUTY SHOP Now up town. 7'i F. M o u n t a i n Rt _AMrr and Manhii. Phone 82(1 coi.VAno'.s nrAUTV SHOP :»4 W Mcillow--Phone r.001 Mjgh I.ISO-up Colil mivc U up TAMCH MlAU'l't ttOf Florcnc* Btaptoton otckioi PR!UKE r n"S BEAUTTf SHOP R K U A t L I woltr 201 N Block 1'hont IM IIADI.INCi Dxy «r n l x h t Glmn nay Rred HAM) AND O*A\"KT, ROAD AND DRJVIWAV ORAVE1 -. AI.SQ TUP SOIL Phon* 15HJ «nd 306J SKRVICKS Phoni SI-J-J Criilrt Mroihcn Nururr, Or»nlind. 24 HOUR . SERVICE CJM- Hrmitttchlng*; Ficollng, Covered Bultoni, Button Holei, Tallortd ftelii and Bucklet. Sptcial Allnnllon glvin Mall Orden. Satisfaction or Monty Back. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. U S.E. St.. Fayetlevillc Excavating - Bulldozing Disking. - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing M. H. JONES.' Contractor J12 Vlriiinia Avc., Fiox 143 U. Sta. Phone UB8. Eayettcville LANDSCAPING Mntcrli!» , and «crvlc» C. H Wt«.tan*. 21fiZJ. DITCH DIGGING FOOTINGS--w · t e r, (a «nrt ·ev,er rtllchei, icptlc innfc holer Otmlni und hick fllllni Cull 3B» .Bryct Divl* LEWiS MATTRESS CO. ITrntivfttr'l. rchuilt. One (J«y nervier. Phone 277* Hlfhwjiy 71 south AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CO. A Botttr PI*c» to Buf "ftutpoint 11 N. Block DEALER Ph. Itl Kincoid Co. · Automotive *Fire · Health and Accident · Polio ·Liability ·"WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION · Plate Glass ·Burglary I N S U R A N C E Automcbllt - Liability Firt -- Extended Coverage Pailo - Plat* Glasi WADI FINCHW Arcade Bldf. Fh»«« * 6ENDIX M I R A C L E A 0 i T A I 0 * W A S H E R . . illC'HWA V front'ncc'Vti t a b l e "for"" b'u'il- ncs^ or rrtiidenre C i t y w n t r r and . i n i t i i a l nut. Will consider good car WHEELER REALTY CO. Ourk Tholcr HMi ; 'limi- 181 Jl(?'ll? "-'··' o r j i l . ' i w ! SKn c»r"~l7it--wcl] r-ih-iuilVhcd- si»M j locminn Wrilr rinx K-21, ';Tirnc ! Bargains Bargains Bargains 1947 Naih Ambcmador 4-door. Radio, heoler and over- dfive. 19^7 Nash 600 4-doo', 2-lone. Very slick. 1946 Nosh 600 4-door. Nice. 1942 Oodgt 4-door. 1942 Oldsmobile 5-P. Coupe. 1941 Plymouth Sedan. 1940 Chevrolet 2-door. 1939 Ford 2-door Several other good used cart. Priced right, MODERN MOTORS 12i W, MounMn St. Phon* 251

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