Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 21, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 21, 1952
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, ArkmMt. TlwiWay, MrtMry II,' ItSl Bofes Of U,5. fekHer And German Girl Found Krankfuft-(/]'j-Gcrman -i o ) i cc and U. S.^millUry aulhorltlej arc Investigating the deaths of a U. 5. soldier and a German girl whose niurly nude bodies viere discov- ·d · lonely wood. An autopsy on the soldier, whose entity was withheld by the fc A.-my, and' on the German girl, fe nielllndc Scibclt, Kl, showed they JS died of tarbon irgonoxide rwison- Friomls of the dcud girl, who lived in F r a n k f u r t , oald she had planned l l announce her engagement to a; American soldier. They i d e n t i f i e d him as Pvt. Hobcrt E. M u r t r y of Oklahoma City. Her landlord said she had visited the soldier recently at his post about 50 miles from Frankfurt and returned February 9. . NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Rule; 3 c«nU f t per .word flnfJc ... ·ettlon Three AinKi' tnsertloni 7 cent* per word. Minimum order 42c Clan!fled adt c«h Jn adv»nc«~no taken over Ihe telephone Deadline for clatvitted adi; I a m daily; 9:30 a. m. Saturday Correction! and rerun cheerful!; made after fint Insertion No correc lions or rerun made after id hai ex plred, NOTE: Advertising copy for other paces Is due at 12 noon the day pre ceeding publication; 12 noon Saturday for publication on Monday FKATERNAL NOTICE . Baldwin Commandery -No. 4 K.T. Meets. Tonight, Thur., Feb. 21, 7:30 p.m. Red Cross and Malta INSTRUCTION COMPLETE your high school at home iri ipare time. Texts furnished Di plama. No classes. Send for 47 page booklet and ' sample lesson free Am rican School, write P. O. Box 320, Fayetlcville. PERSONAL DON'T forget to set your SH Green Ktamps at Castling and Russell Esso Service Station. 6 miles North, high- _yay_ 71. · $100.00 REWARD INFOHMATJON directly leading to the location of I-orrnt* Rogers, daughter of Fred Rogers, formerly of Elkin*. Ark., now believed to reside in Fort Smith, Ark. Age approximately 28 years old. Write Box K-24. c sample of pound Tab- ry on 1,233 Items backed by 'national advertiser. and taking America by storm. Your net should exceed SI, 200 per month. requires investment. Don't answer Immed- OA6WOOO SET AWAV PERMAPS,SGME CHtV, VOUU- KNOW-PERMARS- MV BROTHER A MUBDEREP' MY R4RBJT5 DRUNKARDS. I COULONT MARRV SOU AND GET NCXJ MIXED UP WITH THEM, i COULDN'T.' She left soon afterward, telling him she would be'back'soon. She never returned. The twi; had been' dead four or five clays when a German woodcutter found them. ' Max Howell Candidate For Reelection L i t t l e H u c k-OT'J-Scn. Max iJowcll of Pulaski County official- y bcciimc a candidate for rcclcc- tion (o the Arkansas legislature by filing his corrupt practices pledge today, Howell is a Little frock attorney. Other pledges were filed today by; .Rep. Harry B. Colay, Magnolia, as a candidate for the state Sena t e in the I G l h district. Rep. Dc- witl Poc, McGchce, as a candidate unless you can' take over iately. Write Box K-22. OUT OUR WAY Bv J. R. William -i/ QUICK--LET'S .' HE'S GOT A LOTTA VJOKK COMIW UP/ .'· I UON'T GET \ · .·( RIGHT AI'TEP } "» ' ' · » . « , ( EXCITED/ C \ r t THE FLO* I " '-M '"^\ WELL PUT / pi SHOW.' M '"O^ J^sS^^n^vV^ THE WflUS CONSIST ENTIRELY OF DEFECTIVE CROCKERV .INTO By A TELEPHONE POLE .' ) i KNEXV i SHOULDN'T WAS'E BORROWED VDUIS OSS.' IT JUST SOT SUN INTO Frankfurt on Germany WHO LOST BOTH ARMS IN IMS Hft'S ILLUSTRATED S BOOKS W5YEARS OY HOLDING fa usss yszz^ESt'ffjsss^F W^fe*^TMTM TMTM POWHXTA,Nf\ TOO. 1 ' GKECT MOMENT IN HISTORY...THE RESCUE OF CAPTAIN 8MITH.BY POCAHONTAS! THAT THE TIME- MACHINE SHOW5 PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK ALLEY OOP, KATHER THAN CAPVAIN 6MITH, IS, WE THINK', A SATISFACTORY EXPLANATION AS TO WHY THERE 15 NO MENTION OF THIS INCIDENT IN SMITH'S MEMOIRS ·V.T.U UADCKO' DOGPATCH.f JK»PtD.'.7 DID HE AHIM.r-HE'S VO' KEELED OVEI^ Okoy, Oregon ... Cut out th' imart-oltk »twff (i or I'm lenna ditaudify yowl" HELP If ANTED--MALf ,,. sales wor£ Mus 355 Wall Street. Phone . . - · ___, MAN to make trails and build fenc* Phone 1W-. 0111 JPurier. SALESMAN WANTED Experienced in telling furniture and rugs. Permanent -position Good opportunity for advancement for Ihe right man. Apply in person. T. H. CHAFFIN Montgomery-Ward SALESMAN WANTED Experienced in telling auto accessories. Permanent position. Good opportunity for advancement for the right man. Apply in person. v T. H. CHAFFIN Montgomery-Ward OPPORTUNITY for right man for sales and service work. Experience unnecessary; but sales experience helpful. Age 21 to 45. Car furnished and salary. Apply Singer Srwing Machine 'Co., 8:^0 to .1:30 p. m. or call for appointment, 2287. RELIABLE fnrni hnnd wanted. Write Box K-25. %Tiincs. YOUNG men wanted to got, ready to Accept positions hi drafting, accounting, electricity and dicsel engineering. We teach you at home in spare time snd help place you. American School. Write P. O. Box 320 Fay- HELP WANTED-- FEMALE WOMEN to do sewing by hour or _piccc._C8lI_1867. 4U.:__A_rkansas. SOOP opportunity. Phone 15g. ~ '_ DENTAL ASSISTANT. Age 21-30. High School-. Graduate. Minimum of 6 months experience. Better . than Average Salary. Apply Employment Office 104 West Center. SALESMEN MAN WANTED (or IKwItigh bull ne» Sel' lo tamllie*. ·lUwieljh'a OCfk-AKB-lN-SA lili, T "SALESMEN LOOK IS your ImonK limited due lo. re. ilrivlloni: hard lo Kit aaerchaildile, lack of ciiilomer Interwt. no source 'ot ui'tomen? Why but your head axamst a brick wall? · Get Into 'a builncaa where the kadi are furnished. All you need to do la cajl on th» people from theae leadi whc are Interested in talklnf. You car make SIO.W lo $25.00 commmlon pei (ale. - t w o or three sales per day. Would, you like thatt-- IN addition advancements are open for managers who-can step into ^obi pHyinf salaries and commissloriR IIC.OOC to $10.000 per year within 'a fcvy months. If .you are the.,jriiht man. .why waste any more time; write H. F. Byrd. Boi 1857. Llttli flock. Ark. · ' FINANCIAL WANT to borrow, 56,250 00 on property valued at $17,000. 1 .can get Cl guarantees to-make thla loan 100?:, safe for Individual. Phone. 3H2W2 BUSINESS OPrOXTUNIT! U; 5. ROYAL TIRE FRANCHISE ; United States Rubber Co. First time offered. $150,000 first year opportunity L. E. CANTREU District Manager ' No. 3 Ranch Drive, · '-. ' Fayetteville, Ark. MONET .TO LOAN . FHA HOME LOANS Low interest, long termi UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. Phone 3203 LOST AND FOUND 'OUND. rcyeral sets of car key*. Owner miiy have same, by identifying at Times office. ' · : ·OUND around Christmas, Jersey calf. Owner identify. Earl . Wise, Prairie Grove. FOR SALE--LIVESTOCK TBCKSDAT EVININO ' 8:00 Dinner Musk . J-.15 Starlight TiT» 6:30 Newt 5:15 Ozarks Sports Review .7:00 Wayne Kin* Show 7:15 Gabriel Hcattcr--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05- Rod and Gun of the Air 8:3o Reporters Roundup 9:00 News 9:05 Harding Family 9:50 Just Music · 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party i 11:30 Sign OH FRIDAY MOKNINO 5:30 Rise 'n Shin* 5:50 RFD 1450 7 HEAD extra ' good milk cowl to he Bold tomorrow at the public sale of Mrs; N. B. Gates' estate. - . _ HORSES iF it's work horses or work mules or riding homes you neftd. see Jim Lester at Hilton's Sale Barn. ·50 EWES. GOOD. EVEN SOLID nioifth Western. Lamb March 10. from food buck. "Marlon Miller, phone 365» Sprihftdalc. 4 miles north of. Fayetteville. Highway 71. 1 miles vast of Zlon Road. _ :_ , HAVE plenly of good bred Western ewes to lamb ' in March and April. M. G..Polk Livestock Co.,- Cassville FOR 'SALE-- AUTOMOTIVE PERSONALLY ENDORSED USED C A R S 1949 Ford V-8 Tudor $975 1949 Civilion Jeep .$595 1948 Hudson Tudor. Heqt- er . . .-...'.- : 6:00 Rise N' Shine 9:30 Markets and weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Kof/ee Kup Kapers 7:30 Otatco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert Hurlcigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions- 8:30 T.imes Morning Gditi-n 8:45 Holsurn Gc%pel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 Nov.;--M 9:30 Take A- Number 10:00 Kood for Thought 11:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckagc'Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup ' 11:55 Market Report 1 FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News "t Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News-M 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair · 2:30 Bob Poolc 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time . 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 1948 O l d s Sedonette. 'Radio, heater and hydro- : matic $995 1948 English Ford fordor $491 1948 Civilian Jeep .....$550 1943 Army Jeep . ......$350 1942 Chevrolet Tudor..-;'.$395 1947 Hudson Convertible. Radio, heater and overdrive .' :$5*5 OZARK MOTOR CO. Springdole "Don'l WRING T«r Hutto -KING 144 f« WANT ADS." Always Fashion-Right 5:00 The Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok 5:55 Cecil Brown AUTO WORK by reliable mtchanici. All work GUARANTEED. BROUGHER and ROBB Whit.ley'i OarMt, kaxk *f '. t*r«lc« in? WALT BljACH OiMrontMd Werttti Wit* Br«w«rt Cltamn U I. enttr Mr*M 'AYfTTIVILLI, AUK. 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros, Nursery OHECMLAMD, ARK. By Sue Burnett The softly tailored classic that'? sn dependable for a well groomed look,-and' always 'in' front in tru fashion parade for a new season. Rows of narrow ruffling make a lovely trim. Pattern No.,8677 is a scw-riU perforated pattern in sizes 32, 34. 36, 38. 40, 42, 44, 4fi. Size 34, 4 yards of 39-Inch; 3Vi yards of pili'chdsod ruffling." For this pattern, -Mnd 30e In COINS, your name, address, ilu desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to sue Burrittt; Northwest Arkansas, Times, USG Av«. Am» teas. New 'Yofk 18. M. t. The new Sprint and -Summer Basic FASHION /or women who jew will be ready for you shortly Send 2S cenU now for your copy

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