Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 23, 1952 · Page 7
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 23, 1952
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Bulldogs End Season With 53-44 Win Over Sprmgdale Fayelleville Adds Victory No. tt To List Scoring Evenly Divided Among Four Regulars The Fayelteville Bulldogs were not. at Ihelr best, bill were good · enough to end their regular season with a Dl'-44 victory over Springdale last night at Root Gym. The win gave Fayetteville a record of 16-2 for the 1951-52 regular .sea- ·. soil, Fayetleville's s h a r p - s h o o t e r s , who have stayed close to the .40U mark in field goal attempts all year, fell below that mark last · night, but a tight defense kept the game under control. ' The 'Dogs of Coacn Ulenn Stok- enberr;- inolc the lead when Billy ·Parker was louled on the opening tipo(f and sank his free throw, a n d . were never headed, or even pressed. Fayetleville hid a 15-7 iirsi quarter lead u n d a 29-15 halftime lead. Springoaie came back alter the ball and began hitting the basket with more regularity, getting well warmed up in the final quarter against a Bulldog reserve team. Fayetleville lengthened Its lead to 45-26 at Ihe third quarter and tnree minutes deep in the last quarter led sa-29. At that point the substitutes took the floor and Springdale suddenly got hot hitting from all distances and scoring 10 points to 'zero- for t'ayetteviile in the last five minu'es. Paul Shaffer hit six · points in the closing surge. Fayeltedlle's scoring was the ·most evenly divided of the year. Kay Barnes led with 13, followed by HUES HcConnell with 11, Kenny Crndup with 10 and Trumbo wiln nine. Fayelteville's next game is with the Eureka Springs-Bentonville winner on Thursday in the District One tournament at Ilarrilon. In a preliminary game last night .the Fayelteville B-team won its ninth game in a row downing the fipwngdale reserves, 44-37. Alfred Taylor led all scorers with 20 points. The box score: Sprint-dale FG FT PF TP Johnson, D., f 3 0 2 6 Berry, f 1 9 2 11 Newman, c 4 2 4 10 Johnson, W., g 4 1 4 9 Roberts, u _1 0 3 2 Shaffer, « _ --3 0 0 6 Totals --·__: 16 12 - 15 44 Fayetteritle McConncll, f 4 3 1 11 Crudup, 1 4 2 4 10 Williams, f 0 0 1 0 . Trammell, f 0 0 3 0 Trumbo, c 3 3 1 9 Pearson, c ,__0 0 0 0 Barnes, g 5 3 3 13 Parker, g -_.l 1 5 3 Hoskins, g 1 0 0 2 Head, g 2 1 3 5 Totals 20 13 21 53 One Vs. District Four Assured By First Round Pairings In State Cage Tournament Fayetteville--if it qualifies foi* Uie state high (ehool basketball' tournament--will.see. first action In lhat event Wednesday afternoon, March 5. That much was guaranteed by the pairings rcleas-1 cd today by J. M. Burnett, e.xecu- · Boxing Brothers live secretary of the Arkansas Athletic Association. / Pairings for the state tourney are made following the selection of the site, but prior to the dis- Irict tournaments which qualify the actual teams. Th; pairings match up the "winners" and "runners-up" in the nine groups eligible for the event. As the tournament was arranged earlier this week the represen- lalives from District One, of which FayetteviUe 'is a member, see first action on the afternoon of the opening day of play. The winner of District One drew the top ruri» of the 32-place bracket opposing the runner-up of District F o u r ' in the tourney's | third game and what amounts to a second round game scheduled for March 5, at 4 p. m. The District One runner-up Is situated in the lower bracket and opposes the winner of District Four in a first round game at 2:30 p. m., Wednesday,' March 5. The 'latter is the tourney's second game. The tournament's opening game, scheduled for 1 o'clock Wednesday, pits the winner of District Seven-East against the winner of District Five. Since there are 18 teams entered in the tournament, ail but four teams drew byes in the first round. These two first round games are number one and two on the opening afternoon's card. Fayetteville, to qualify for the stale meet must emerge either winer or runner-up in the district lourney to be held al Harrison next weekend. If the Bulldogs win they will get a first round bye, but see action in the state tournamenl's third game, Wednesday afternoon. Pairings in District Four, announced this week, indicate that at least three of that section's strongest teams will not be represented in tile state meet. Falling inlo the same bracket in that playoff are Mt. Ida, generally regarded as the favorite, Lavaca, Waidron and Russellville, all rated -strong contenders for the title. · Should both the District One and District Four tournaments go according to form Fayetteville would oppose Mansfield in its first game of the state meet. The complete bracket, wilh learns considered as likely occupants of (he positions, Is as follows: . TOP BRACKET W-l (Fayettevllle) vs. bye. RU-4 (Mansfield) vs. bye. RU-8 (Drew-Central, McGehee vs. bye. W-7E (Emerson) vs. W-5 (Sheridan, Conway, Benton, Cenlei Ridge), Wed., 1 p. m. RU-Big 6 (Little Pock, N.I..H. Pine Bluff) vs. bye. W-8 (Marianna) vs. bye. RU-3 Jonesboro, Leachville) vs. bye. W-2 (Tuckerman, Pocahanlas vs. bye. Kentucky Derby Candidates 1 iShow Form On Winter-Tracks j New York-UPj-The Kentucky F u t u r i t y last summer, and he h«.; [ SPORTS The boxing brothers of the Mahan f a m i l y , currently representing the Fayeltevilie- Boys Club are left to right: Jimmy, US-pound,,Boh, W!i- pounds, and Johnny, no-pounds. The three are among the most outstanding of the Fayetleville boxing team. (Pnska T1MESFOTO) inlo focus with the r u n n i n g of the $14(1,000 Santa Aniln Derby today. Nrxl Saturday Ihe $50.000 Fla- inhiRo is scheduled al Hialuah, at well as Ihe $25.000 Louisiana Derby at the New/Orleans Fair Orniinds. With a couple of prom- i incnt exccplinns.'lhe cream of Ihe i candidates for 1!)52 honor.; ,;r 11 or a n o t h e r of Ihrce events. , Thc stickout on Ihe West Coast lodny is,Ihe liifli-brcd ecilt Windy Cily U, which was the two-year- old champion of I r e l a n d , England and France last year. He is owned by Gtis LncIhviU, a Los Angeles lumber man. The Irish flier has rim Ihree limes at Santa A n i t a . He lost In his first online,, when jockey Eddie Arearo ropnrled he apparently didn't like the clods f l y i n g hack from a dirt track. He.had run before nnly on t u r f . Since then Wimlv Cilv II romped a w a v both ! amateur, a young pro in Ihe San Gabriel and San Felipe i lournamelil vclrran State Earns Berih In AIC Playoff For NAIB Tournament Jonesboro, Ark.-(/P)-The lineup is set for the a n n u a l state tourney to select Arkansas' delegate to the Alma Ousted In District One-W Girls T'ourney Alma, regarded as a lop choice lo win the stale girls championship, won'l even gel lo go to lhat. cvenl, now. The Alma girls dropped a 46-11 game In Siloam _ ..,_ Springs ycslerday in the District National Association of""intercoi- ! One-West lourney being held at legists flasket:.all's big tourna- Siloafn Springs. I Finr.l I Ills winter. The nnly question was how well he would go beyond six furlonss. i A threat appeared In he II. 0. Uockinan's Happy Go l.ncky, a ' 53,000 purchase when recently · recently trimmed several ctlher! derby candidates. : Out of Iho colls named, II iv: enllroly possible lhat you have the ! winner of the Kentucky Derby. I Hill it isn't a sure tiling. ' | Remember Count Turf last j spring? A bum in Flnrlda and head of the class at Churchill Downs. IDRfHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES. Fovetteville. Arkansas, Saturday, February 23, 1952 BuHpups Lost To Farminglon, 43-31 In District Meet Arkansas Plays ' S.M.U. In SWC Game At Dallas Burke Takes Lead In Houston Open i Houston. Texns-C/Pj-A rcd-hnl hi*), : lh Ark " ns:1! *' l lc " "' l h c i r bas- slakes. Amonq the derby candidates which took the foreigner's dust in Ihe hitter two events was Calu- mel's H i l l Gail, trained by the Jones boys, old Ben and young Jim. A. W. Abboll's Blue Man looks liko the favorite In next week's Flamingo. Abboll turned down a Sinn.OOO offer for Ihe colt Ihrce weeks ago. He wasn't run in last Wednesday's Everglades Handicap dropped mil nr the O n e - ; ' West Basketball Tuuriiain'-ni. !r- i 1'rtlial! i-carati, meet the SomhejKi ina held at lloKi.-i.s, yi.'stfnliij' Int. ; Metlur.liit Militants tonight a ing tn l-'an,,i,if;l,m .13.31. The j D ., lb ,, Arl:iin3as ] ost to the Ponies Bullpllps kid proumislv IHMH-II ' . , Elkins. 411.2:1. ' i "' lw " ' : "i t r Kami's--one a con- In ulliiM giiints yi'bicnlii.v thai j fm ' T "' p ''"· completed firs! round gantry and i M(mH,-,y Arkansas moves inlo winked i n t t i lite reiiii-flniils: , Furl Wurtll fur * battle with the ' V m t Huron hrat S p r l n g / l a l r . - i n - ! league len.IinR T.U.U. Horned 19; fingers cil|;ccl Ui-iilniivillc, .'lli-j Frngn. Tile Fnms have suffered id; and Alum nipped Huntxvllle, !"»l.v one limp defeat Ihis season. from the pack today as the I h l r r l . 15-34. In an ovcrlinif, round of the $10,000 llontton Open j Sprincdalo downed Rolf Tmirnamcnl began ! 4iMg . j3 CIll ,;,,v||ip ,,ip pl . ( | j'rairlc.' The voting money p a v e r was /-,,, , n ,1 \- ' " l " ""i». .lack Burke, 2P, n f ' H m i s l n n , the ° o v r j ' *tTMi '*! ?? '·"*U leader wilh an eighl under par i; lnmln - -TM- M - «»« Alma limped · I19-H7--13(1. j Gentry. 37-25, all In afternoon He held a two stroke advantage "ainc*. : ver the old lotirmMnenl iiand, Ed! Finals will bo l.jnight wilh the i il Klond old off Oliver, Lemonl, III., who went! winner i i n u l i f v i n g for Iho stalfr around In Ihe rain nver Memorial. inurnamcnl Park's 6,950 yarrls yesterday In I w i t h a 70 for the! j :ml that WHS In Arkansas. Tha (Iravpllfr. j Poikcrs flulth up their season at home iiKiiinsl the Tpxas University LonghoiTO, Saturday, March ). Arkansas tins a season record of fl-1'2 imd ;i conference record of :i-li. Never In history has Arkansas finished with less than e .500 ment in Kansas City. in I 1 e tmirn:iment are LOWER BRACKET W-3 (Jonesboro, bye. Leachville) vs. Philadelphia Probable Site For Title Bout Miami, Fla.-yPl-The Philadelphia Municipal Stadium, it appeared today, will be the site of the return match between Jersey Joe Walcott and Ezzard Charles for the heavyweight champion- Promoter Herman Taylor of I w ' 4 "'· Idm Vi - RIJ - 1 («of««. Philadelphia said last nighl t e n - 1 Van Bur*n. Bcrryvllle). Wed., ·-"-- -·' - - · ' ' ' ' 2:30 p. m. W-7W (Texarkana, DeQueen) vs. bye. RU-5 (Sheridan. Conway, Benton, Center Ridge) vs. bye. W-Rig 6 (Fort Smith) vs. bye. IiU-3 (Tuckerman, Pocanantas) vs. bye. W-a (Drew-Central, McGehee) vs bye. RU-6 (Des Arc, Brinkley) vs. bye. tatlve arrangements had been worked out for the title fight in the stadium about June 18. Taylor said he made a "very flittering offer" in a conference with Jim Norris, president of the International Boxing Club, and "we didn't fix up all the details hut part of the obstacles were f r o m the above the three possi- ironed out." Another meeting Is h iliti!s of « Fayetteville-Fort · scheduled Monday. " ! Smith game can be seen. If both The winner of the Walcott- Charles fight, he said, will meet Rocky Marciano in New York City in September. Basketball Scores (By The Aifociated Pr«n) Princeton 65 Yale 59 Cornell 71 Harvard 50 ·Colgate 65 Penn State 63'over- tlmf West Virginia 88 Clemson 73 Miss State 73 Sewanee 67 Arkansas College 66 Henderson «5 ' ' Arkansas State 55 Arkansas State Teachers 50 Hendrix 85 Southern State 74 UCLA 67 California 54 Stanford 51 Southern Calif 41 Oregon 71 Washington State 61 Washington 52 Wyoming 50 Santa Clara 51 San Francisco 30 · Utah 96 New Mexico 74 St. Marys Calif 39 San Jose State 95 Rriutls Arcrdlii, CaW.-Wj-Pet Bully *13,!fl'ciptured the seven furlnnf Wlohinfton's Birthday Handicap at Santi Anlt« In 1:22 2-.V ' MUmt, Fla.-(/r)-Chiri«r $7.80 w»n the thrfe furlong Cubi-ripr- Tli Invltitinnal Purs* it Hltletli "irk In Oi.M 4*9. N«w Orlwn.t-fff'i-Cujhlni Oil 3.40 took the mil* »nd one-six- »nth Black Gold Fealurf at Fair 'rounijt ll, S1.4H J-5, Oldtmur, li..(/T)-Spudder Id.40 in tht Georjf Wnshiniton Puni Sun»hh:« Park tn 1:11 4-9. these teams win, pr bqlh lose, in their district finals then they will land in opposite brackets and would need to reach the finals of the state to play a rubber-game. However, if Fayelteville loses its district final and Fort Smith wins the Big Six then they cpuld meet in a lower bracket quarter-final lest. Reverse the last possibility and the two would meet in a semifinal game In Ihe top bracket. The, state tournament opens March 5 and continues throuRh Saturday. February Sports Card Feb. 21-M--Dlitrlcl One Weit Junior Boyi Basketball T«urna- anent, *t Roger*... Feb. n -- Ratorbaekf \t. S.M.D., al Dallas. Feb. Z.t -- Raiorbacks va. T.C.U.. at Forl Worth. Feb. 25-M«r. I -- D i s t r i c t One-Wcit Class B Boys Biisket- oall Tfiuroiment, at Greenland, F«b. Zf-M«rch 1-Drstrlct One Claaa A Bfikttball Tourument, a| Harriaoi, Th4 btt'i valut at pollinator Is 20 times {rcater thin Its value « a honey prdductr. BOWL FOR HEALTH Jim Hmien Bowllni IAIN. \A in* Arkansas Slate College defeated I «"'dod for Ipnlghl wilh Siloam Arkansas Slate Teachers 58-50 s P rl| igs and Van Huron meeting here last night lo clinch fourth fnl ' lhc r| S hl tf) " l l m t l l h e s l"' = place in Ihe Arkansas llllercol- i '"'"'nament. Van nnrai reached legiale conference race and "..the! the fil . 1 '' l1s '^ eti sin« past Mul- final berth in the elimination tournament. The first four finishers in the AIC-Arkansas Tech, Arkansas State Teachers, Southern Stale and Arkansas Slalc--will compete in the play off in Little Rock March 3-4. Paced by guard Richard Jiiri- uic's 15 points, the Indians jumped into an early lead and never were headed by the Indians. Stale led 33-23 at the half. Snead, McKinnon Lose To Pair Of Rank Outsiders Orlando, Fla. - (/P) - Slaminin' Sammy Snead walrhed Mary Lena Faillk calmly drop a 10-foot pull for a birdie on the 18th green of Ihe Dubsdread Course yesterday, berry, 30-38 in an overtime. Iowa, Illinois In Showdown Game For Big Ten Cage Title Champaign, Ill.-W)-Ton.soness gripped this university city today its tile invading Jnwa Hawkeycs, determined to break a jinx lhat has Itepl them without a basket bail victory in Champaign since 11)28. prepared for a nig Ten litle shnwdnwn with Illinois. Each learn will enler tnniojit's game w i t h 0-1 conference records. Although each will have llnec more games to play before endinn its r e . c u l a r fea.-.on. tonight's then clucked under Ihe ropes and I "natural" was looked upon as the disappeared without saying a chsmpinnsliip clincher, word. . . -.,, ,. "H- That went wun n HI ior uie |,,M.. s.ivll! because he had been aslgned lop 1 first round and 138. I «,, ' v , i/p, n, i woiiihl of 1211 pounds. i The amalcur was lirlllsh Open! ., ,. , " s ~ " ';"'"' J. II. Dunn's Oh Leo, second i Champion Frank Slrannlian. To-: ' ·· r | milnalod Kurt . money w i n n i n g 2-year-old; l«lo, Ohio, who tore the course Denmark In ualn C'e mark.. ,, ,. v un Paltv, N. Nielnen ,if nf 10. ( i2 hehind Greenlree's Tnm i aparl wilh a six ynder Fool, figures lo be lhc favorite In "' "' Ihe Louisiana Derby. Ho collared Hill Gail In lhc Washington Park That put him third with 139. \d rrtlM In the TIMIvN--II [«)'». par 66.'aliing wilh Dick R a v i l l , Orange, ' N. J.. whn detealeH (_""urlrs Mas- tersnn nf, In iho Nalinnal Inrlnnr C'liampioiisliips. OHMAMEHTAL 1HON WOHK8 CACLC WELDING CO. W r o u g h t or Cnit Iron n n f l l n K nnd Coiumn* Wrnnijhl Iron Furp lure Anji-thinK For The Homt Frr-f E«tlnn(ei 70RT 1MITH Phonf 9SOI 1411 TIWMII Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS CITY HOSPITAL Phon. GAS. Phon* 1160 AeeeUNTiNe-MODiKN TRAIN FOR 1200 count! · CIVIl SfRVICI JOBS CITY WATM KANT. Phone 721 , LIGHT AND POWER. Phone 2200. MUTUAL INSURANCE· FIRE. Phone 75 POLICE. Phone 31 SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COURSES FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS PHONE 13 a O. DAVIS. PHES. UTO GLASS AUTO GLASS i MIRROR SHOP Automobile Gloss Inilallod Gla» Tables -- Plato Gl»« -- Mirron Mirror Resilvoring, Gla«» Furniture Topi ALL WOHK GUARANTEED 119 West Meadow. Phon* 2720 AUTO SUPPLIIS- Snead and Betty MacKinnon o f i Mt. Pleasant, Texas, had - just | been eliminated 1-lij) by Miss | Faulk, amateur from Thomasville, j Ga., and Don Bisplinghnff, 17- year-old Orlando high school i junior, in the International Mixed j Two-Hall Golf Tournament. i Today the Faulk-Blsplinghoff I team faced Kdean Anderson of Iowa's nnly Hii; Ten ]n?s. ami also its only defeat in 18 games Jhis season, was H2-03 al I n d i a n a earlier this season. Illinois defeated Ihe Monsters al Bloominglon Salurday, 77-70. The Illinl's only league selback was to Iowa al Imva Cily 73-liH. i Their only other loss in 18 games i was G9-C5 tn DePaul. FAYETTEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY I* EAST MOUNTAIN FAVEVTEVILLE. ABR. FHONE 7T« Crankihaft Orindinf M»tor Iifaulldlni Partt Far All Can inrf frycfci ·OBV SHCP--' Helena, Mont., and Dick C\mv-\Oaklll:WH RflCllIP man, British amateur champion ! i from Plnehurst, N. C., in the \PrOVrillll U lldeV soTii-fmals. ; o Chapmr.n and Miss Anderson ', ||^rf V Oil Aloi/(/il'\ beat Patty Berg of St. Andrews, ! J ' .' 111., and Pete Cooper of W h i l e ' Plains, N. Y., 3 and 1 yesterday. Fights Last Niqht SINES BODY SHOP 3p«clilliln9 In Body ind Ftnd«r Work. Painting, Slt.ty Glin, Upholiterlng. Seat Covtri. 227 W. Dlckion Phona 196 Btf Thf Auvrttiirii FrtK (By The Associ.itfd Press) New York--Robert Vlllcm.iin. 167, France, oulpninlcd Danny Narcidn, 172. Tampa, 10. Hollywood, Calif.--I.aum Salas. 130, Los Angeles, slopped Tony Esppinosa. 130, Los Angeles. 10. West Palm Beach, Fla.--Norman Thompsnn, M6, P.-ilersun, N. J. · De.'envn'k' '7'n'iew, "''·' r ' m " and Tito Markarian, H8, Buenos j Traveler, owned by Henry For- Aires, drew, 10. . est. is expcclnH lo share t h e fa- Phoenix, Ariz.--Tommy Raker, | vorite's role wilh the Dfnemark 131, Chicago and Chico Morales, I entry. 132, Havana, drew, 10. Hot Springs, Ark.-l/IVTw-nty five .'printers -- including sui-ii favorites as Traveler and liuhc- liave been entered in the I n a u g u r a l Handicap n* Oaklav/n Park Monday. . ! The handicap is the opening day j DRUG STORE feature of the race Irai-k's 30-dav rarins meet. The season ends Mari-h 29. i Kline, winner nf Hie ID.i! A r - · kansns Derby and show hnrso in : la.'t year's Kentucky Derbv. will le/im with stablcmate F u i i i r matii: ill the ?2.00(l race The · CITIZENS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 326 N. West Phone 2146 Phone 677 Complete Drug Store Service. Free Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 P M PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 422 Dlck«on St. Ftyttlavllli, Ark. Washington County Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Organized 1922 1952". will'be '200th"Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phon* 180 209 North Block Street NIW« I T A N D ' CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formerly Fowlcr'i and Now» Sl»nd) . "THE BIG LITTLE 8TOHE" In FAYETTEVJLLE at 412 WEST DICKSOW PHOHE HI JOHNSON PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACT OR REPAIR Corner Spring arid School. Phono 1040 .AOIATO* (HOP ' HARRY'S RADIATOR SHOP Lit Harry InjponI your cooling lyttcm and recondition rout ftdiator (or winter, weather. New core! inllalled. EAST OF MOHTQOMEHY WAflD TIHE SHOP 32W E. Rock SI. p hon , jj, 4 »TAT(ON5--------- WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CARS *Betr" V/hccI Allgnnunt Whiel Balancing F R A M E AND AXLE STRAIGHTENING 113 S. COUESE, FAYETTEVIUE. ARK. PHONE 77J schl Signs With Yanks SI. Pelcrsburg. Flu. - (/l'i - Vic ' laschl, New York Yankees' big , winner, agreed lo terms tor a re- I Hirted $36,000. Others who signed: NY Yankees--Ken Sllvenlrl. Philadelphia Phils-Andy Han;en, Paul Sutfcll, Ken llrlntjcl- man, and Del Wllber. Returned To Kansa-i Bill Berry To Operate Air S l i i l t R n r l , Ark.-Wi-TI,« Stnll- Cart Cily C ' n n n c i l hn:; i i p p r n v o i l lease of Hie ,iii-purt In W i l l i a m Deny, veteran C i v i l Aero- nanlics Ailininislriillnn nfficir,!. The Council yc. l '.lerd;i.y anpm\-ed a conlract wherchy Kerry v.-ill pay Ihe city S15,00fl .1 .vear and l a k e LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER "Right on fhe H/tvqy--H/gfcf on f/rt Pr/ct" 900 N. COLLEGE PHONE 1112 James 0, Glenn, 28 arresled by |ovcr onernlion «( I h c alrimrt and Ity police Wcdnosday n l g h l - u n a mimMcd r |re l a n r l . Berry is ic- Irunkenncss eharxe, IIIIR been re.- j s l f n i n t ; from Ihe CAA n f t i c o »t nrn«d to Kldoraclo, Kfin., to face j Fort Worlh. )ld rhfck charges, Shcrllf Bruce ! f'ly n"ici,cl s said Ihe clly has Crlder said today. The sheriff tald i h t c n unable in make any money warrinti are »l«n held by Sprint- j hy operalinc the alrpnrl ilseH. leld, Mo.', police «nd hy Toxa»! "^"^--=-.-^=--^=-.~ - ;-.---^.;where Glenn In want' ·d (or ,arolf violation. A toUl eclipse orcurs whtn Ihe moon romts Between the eirlh nd the ittn, An outitindlni n«vor~Jiini«'» Roman Men I Dread, ll-18-tl A R I S E ! "Why ill you Ihtri and dloV TUNE IN KBRS Monday thru Saturday, Ii3 a. m, Sunday, 1 D. m. IjEV. BEP.YL E, BETH Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIDE SQUARI LIQUOHI · SAM'S LIQUOR STORE FaytHevlllt'i Matt Up-T»-0«f* 1 Mountain Phon* ltl« MILK ' FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. PASTEURIZED - HOMOGENIZED ISO N«tlh WM! PEERY SIGN AND Ef-ECTRIC SIGNS -- NEON -- ELECTHICAL WIRING I - D A Y SEHVICK ON NEON REPAIRS F11EE ESTIMATES ON ELECTRICAL WORK 132 SOUTH SCHOOL. PHONE 2601 TAXI HRVICS- m 0-K TAXI CO. »^ ^' Our Cihi ar« now equipped with l-w»y Rndlo lo glv you bott«r »r*lc*. FM _ Prompt Taxi S«rrlci call :soti · ' · , . ' , 333 Th« Ntw ROYAL Family can tap You it I!MM it typing to do. Nnv. llcctrit. N«v« Standard. Ntw Nil^Mt. ALEXANDER TYPEWRITER CO. ·ALES PHOHE US KftVICa.

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