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NMTHWKT AMAMAS TIMM, feytmvill*. Arfcan MwA t, IfM sftf Performance Of 'Merchani Wins Critic's Praise Shakespeare's Comedy · Well Presented At University Theater By ROBERT MORRIS It is fortunate that the first performance of a ' Shakespeare play in the^new University Theater was one- 1 of the b'est-loyed comedies. - "The Merchant of Venice" has been generally acclaimed as one of the finest }vorks in Shakespeare's lighter vein, arvd Saturday's two - performances by the Barter Theater Players of Abingdon, Va., restated-- and re-emphasized that popular judgment. The familiar tale of romantic love and all of its necessary complications was unfolded gracefully and with telling effect before the" ator patrons who" listened to the well-known lines as if they were hearing them for the first time. 1 The accenting and phrasing ol the * Elizabethan English seemed to be the special! chore of each of the actors, and., all excelled in clarity and expressiveness, even in the minor passages: It was as if all were in the service cu the language; thus to point up each' i nuance and minor metaphor that spell out tfie seriousness and fiay- iety of the comedy. Such warmth and brillance is to be striven for, , but hot always attained, in" the reading of Shakespeare's lines. Presented with a minimum of scenery and properties, the work was treated not as an outline for an expressiqnistic play, as is some* times done with' the classics when stage mechanics are minimized, but was niven a warmth and breadth of interpretation that keeps the play within the human tradition which is, above all, the glory of Shakespeare. All of the players were fully alivt to the responsibilities of their roles,' and their interpretations, never isolated or involved, furnish-ed in the ensembles and in the Prisoner-Housing Compound In Korea Gires Allies Big. Problem; Reds Running Show r Koje Island," Korea : (/P)-Compound 62,. a barbed wire enclosure housing some 5,900 Communist-lei a kers, is a festering sor in the huge United Nations pris oner o:' war camp or* this Soutl Korean island. · - More violence h a u e r u p l e d in 6! than Jn virtually all the other 2i compounds for Korean civilian prisoners. Two weeks ago, Ihe Red-led in mates "of 62 attacked American soldiers who had been sent in tc prey en t trouble while prisoner were interviewed. Wielding clubs tent poles, homemade blackjack; and barbed-wire whips, the occupants of 62 rushed Ihe Americans The riot was quelled by rTfli fire. Fifty-five. Korean prisoner: were killed and 159 were wounded Twenty-three \ot the ! wounded have died since. One American soldier was killed and 39 wen wounded. Antagonism 'Long Apparent Antagonism was apparent in 62 as long ago as last June. Information specialists and teachers said the prisoners often were deliberately rude, scornful and insulting The education program had to be abandoned' entirely in that compound in December. Enmity was not confined to the authorities. Anti-Communist in- rrtRtcs were scorned, tried in mock courts and beaten. Several months ago about 300 inmates were movec out of 62 at their own request. Camp officials said that three months ago an effort was made to interview the prisoners Jn 62. .It was abandoned in.the fa_e of what one senior officer called "violent hostility." Camp officialsihave been unable or unwilling to explain how the Communist element in Compounc G2 'has been able so successfully to take o'ver control of the internees. Some observers suggest (hat by accident or-design prisoners with violent Communist affections have been-concentrated in 62. Officials deny any such plan Lack Of Inspection O t h e r observers expressed entire piece, a balanced projec- amazement at the virtual lack of "tion of polish and style. Thi?, o f ! inspection inside the compound in course, is owing to the fact that j recent months, the Barter Theater, a professional, | V/hen the .inmates attacked state-subsidized · -venture,' ? w i th | American troops February 18, they players of experience, has been in no other businefijrbutfthe produc- obviot.ily were ifrell prepared Minutes niter the soldiers entered the compound, they v/ere'showered w'ith.h rock barrage. Shortly there- tion ofogood plays for 19 years. One can hope that other companies of equal caliber may have | « f tcr, prisoners poureu,from their the excellent resources of the Uni- i buildings and tents armed .almost * versity Theater to set forth their i to a man with crude but effective trtistry. Personals Mrj. -Retha Rothrum 'of Fort Smith is the guest Mrs. Ella B. Hur$t. weapons. Camp officials admitted the ·compound had not been searched for weapons since December. Authorities imply such action was reglectcd to avoid further trouble. The compound^spokesman had warned the" U. N:' camp au- week of j {horitjes pf « CO uid"hot guarantee the safety" of any unwanted per- Mr. «nd Mri. J. H. Garrett have recently moved to a chicken ^arm at West Fork. Mr, and Mrs. Clifton Wade returned Saturday frnm a business "trip to Springfield 'and Chicago, 111. D. L. Dykes, Sr., of Pleasant "Hill, La., is visiting here in the home of his son and daughter-in- law, the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Put- man.J'BS South Duncan Avenue, hayeihari as'jheir guest Mrs. Putman r « ·.· mother, Mrs. Vivian' It. Johnson'of Tulsa, Okla. She left yesterday to return home. · V;V · -- ·'.' JWrVand- Mrs. Price Dickson have returned from a week in j N«w Orleans, La., where they attended the Mardi Gras. They were accompanied by Mr. Dickson's mother, Mrs. W. A! Dickson of-Bentonville, and Miss Lida Gibson of Siloam Springs. sons who entered the compound. Officials · tacitly a d m i t - t h e internees of Camp 62 virtually are running their own show. The interviewing was resumed this week only after the men of 62 had proposed it and after their condition that a minimum of armed guards be used was accepted by c am p officiate. The general policy of lenience adopted by the United Nations in its Dandling of prisoners is perhaps the best explanation of Compound G2. ·Vnnouncements Haskeir Utley left- today . Little Rock, where he will tend the regular monthly meeting of the Arkansas Real Estate Commission, being held th'cre 1o- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woods and sons, Harold Dean and David Al!*n of Tulsa, Okla., and Mr. and . Mrs. John .Tale and son, Jon Roger, of Little Rock, were weekend guests of Mrs. Woods' and Mrs. Tite'i. mother, Mrs. W.E. Bassett. Kee. up with the HUM*--read the TIMER dallr. . Northwest Arkansas Commercial Rabbit Breeders' Association The meeting of the Commer-, cial Rabbit Breeders' Association scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed until Friday of this week. The meeting will be held in the old auditorium of the Rogers High School a t ' 7 : 4 5 p. m., and is open to anyone interested. Dr. Russell Lindstrom, Los Angeles, will be guest speaker. He will be accompanied by Dr. Max Bordner of Kansas City. Both are with the Albers Mill-, ing Company. AUTO WORK br reliabli mtchanici. All work GUARANTEED. BROUGHER and ROBB i O»TM«, kxic *i 'i Strvk* lultaii DISSTON Chain SAWS « 4-9-12 H.P. MERCURY MOTORS PHIUIPS MOTOR CO. CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS HIM* CM*ct/ttM r*r*n**fli* AtkMMM J*plin Rtmfarinf Co. O. E. S. The Order of Eastern Star will meet tomorrow night at 7.30 o'clock in the /lasonic Hall, for its regular meeting snd initiation. Green Valley Club The Green Valley Club will meet for a 1 o'clock luncheon tomorrow afternoon at the home of .Mrs. Roy Armstrong in Green Acres. Petunia Garden Club The Petunia Garden Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Emil'Knackstedt in Green Acres. Slfma Chi Motheri and Wives Club The Sigma Chi Mothers and Wives Club will meet with Mrs. Hoy W. Roberts, Wednesday at 2:30 jp.m. Mrs. George ftowcn will be co-hostess. Obituary Today's Market- si. Louii LIreilock National . Stockyards, Ill.-yi 1 )- FO» SALE--LIVESTOCK SIX dicfpljn. 112.50 r«cii7"ledlir«« furl Ishert. M. B. Crlder, Grrenlanct. FOK SAI.K-- AtlTOMOTIVI^ "FOR" SALE LOST AND FOUND Alfred H. (Al) Gregg _ Funeral services werefyeld Saturday afternoon at thp Watson Mortuary for Alfred" H. ( A l ) Gregg, with the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., and the Rev. William Sherman officiating. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery with Masonic services at the grave. Active pail- bearers were Don Jones,. Bruce Denney, Claude Woods, Raymond Phillips, Ray Austin, lleydon (USDAJ-Hofls "13,000, wciiiht 180- j iw» SI-ECIAL m-iuxe Plymouth, radio 225 ( lbs 25 Io 35 higher thnn Frl- i SRi" li'SJiS. "r^ -% 5 ",,,''iSi" d a y s average; ; hc;ivin- wcifilils j BY ~criiinir owner" 1050 Pnchird 8 steady to 2S lusher 170 Ibs down Kxrcllcni condition. lIcnttT antl 25 to 50 higher; sows fully 25 " I'rlricii lot, ciuick «nie. rhono higher; bulk choke 180-220 Ibs full ,-J, -: Vi,*"-r. -- , - . - · -- ' · · ' · - - sr sf-ssf.^^.-.^! HSSdr-^ " 100-215 Ibs H.OO to shippers nnd runii'n'n condition swoo i"li on butchers; choice No. 1, U nnd 3 230-240 Ibs 16.25-17.75; 120-140 Ibs 14.00-15.7f:; 100-110 Ibs 12.50-13.50- sows 400 Ibs heavier sows down 15.50-10.25; 13.50-15.00; few , , 'Lewis, Clay Yoc and Herbert Lewis. Honorary pallbearers were A. C. Bond, L. B. Uhlc, L. B. Black, Bert Lewis, Ralph Lewis, Paul Lewis and employes of Lewis Brothers Hardware Company. Jo»p«r D. McDaniel Jasper D. McDaniel, 55, resident! of 116 South Third Street in, Rogers, died Thursday .morning in a local hospital after a few months illness. He was born at Rogers, December 27, 1896, the son of An- jlrew.and Julia McDaniel. Mr. McDaniel was employed by the Rogers Hardware and Furniture Company, was' a member of the Tm- manuel Baptist Church in Rogers and the Modern Woodmen of the World! He was married, to the former Cleora'Fix io 1913. Other than his wife of the home, he is, survived by two daughters, Mrs. Guy Woodcll and Mrs. Arnold Lemke, both of Rogers; bis mother, Mrs. Julia McDaniel of Rogers;,one sister, Mrs.. Howard Policy of La Grange, Ga.; five brothers, L. A. McDaniel of Wichita, Ktrl., W. F. of.Lake Charles, La., A! S. of Silver City. N. M., Er C. and Guy, both of Rogers; four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 1:30 p. m., in the 1m- manuel Baplist Church by the Rev. Carl Chism. Burial will be the National cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. · : Joitph A. Hathaway Bcntonville- (Special) -Funeral services for Joseph A. Hathaway, 73, a Hiwasse farmer, were conducted at 2;30 this afternoon at the Hiwasse Christian Church by the Rev. John Davis, assisted by the R*v. Frank Barrow. Burial was in the Mt, Pleasant cemetery under the direction of the Callison-McKinney Funeral Home. Hathaway Was born in Texas, August 22, W79. He had lived in Hiwasse for the past 30 years. He was a member of the Masonic lodge^ and. the Hiwasse Christian Church. He is survived by his wife, Maude Adcock Hathaway; one sis T tor, Mrs. Pearl Hunter of Stevensville, Texas; and one brother, John of Tacoma, Wash. 15.25; stags 11.50-13.50; boars 8.5011.00. Cattle 3,000, calves 550; cows unevenly higher; bulls 25 to 50 higher; vealers-stcady; a fow'loads and lots commercial to 'choice steers and heifers 28.50-33.50: utility and commercial cows 21.5024.00; .few below 22.00; winners and cutters 18.00-22^00; b u l k good and choice vcalers 31.00-38.00; sorted prime vcalers 39.00; u t i l i t y and commercial vealers 20.0030.00.' · . , ' Sheep 1,4001 iambs strong to 25 higher than Thursday or Friday; several decks and short- decks wooled and fall clip 20.75-27.25; early top 27.25; sales include load No. 1 skin 26;75fcw spring lambs ' to 28.00;' bulk 12.00-14.00. slaughter ewes. Ibis Mr. and have had weekend, their son, Braxton, and his wife, Jeanne, of, Camdc'n. Mrs. Peter N. B as their guests NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D , ADj Rat«: 3 cents per word i l n f l e ' I n - sertion. Three consecutive iniertions. 7 cents per word. Minimum order 4'2c. 10:31 Ctnusilied ads -cash in Hdvance--not taken over the telephone. Deadline lor classified ads: a. m dally; 9:30 a. m. Saturdny Corrections and rerun cheerfully nnirie after first insertion. No corrections or rerun made after ad has expired. NOTE: ' Advertising copy :or' pages ii due at 12 noon the day proceeding publication; IZ^oon Saturday for publication on Monday PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone 666. 208 WesfwBlock 1951 I'LVMOUTli--Less t h a n . 1 000 miles. A cood deal for someone. 301 BETTER Kltchcr cabinet like new _____ ; $29 SO W a l n u t six piece dinette . _ -II). SO Library table ..... ... _____ ..... 7.50 Two pice i living room sulrft ,, SSMiii Studio eoiifti, gynd condition .... IM.Sii I.ounec fh«ir, tt-condi tinned .. 2L'.r.D Hnnd- cnrpe) swcrprr 1.50 STUMP F U K N J T U H E COMPANY BQ3 W. DickgQil Phone :U12 ' ' LOST. , .onjtlnt - . n!cn»c notiry Dexter Allen J J ": d _. c »rj-°'-_. LOST," Shr*Her p~*n on ~SqiiiTrer"Re- __Wfi.d. Phone, 23MR. LOST: Ui« X-hnin between "Wooi»?y"Vnrl Woil F( rk. Notify Robert Pmltin. ^VVinsIow^Ark. Routej.__ LOST. filMse* In red zipper* fiiiie. Phone 479W. into refillraJon piper* bo- !o Cmdu HolUnd--If found. t Allrn'i RENT ___ ROOM furnlihcd n pur (men I Unlverilty. Phone ZS60J.. PRACTICALLY'new 2 badrooin modern furnished house on paved Hired. H* UIVODC* flonri. Venetian blinds. American kitchen electric refrigerator. Jront porch. Encloieri buck _ porch. 415 South Hill. No pets. FUitNISURO" (ipnrtmcnl. 12.1 \V«l Menriow. LAIKtK.' h r droom equipped for cook- in« Elvrlrlc refrigerator. Men nrc- _fprred. 73R.I. _ FOliH-roon Kn'nmd "rioor"'iiiiiirTmpn't~ Pr'vatc fntrnnue. hath mid ilor*Re -- Southern uxpusurc. lnr«c |n\vn. a b u n d a n t .ihndc nnd separate f t t t l l - llcs--Oca treble Tor hunlm-M nr prn- feaiional couple seeking priv»ci'i quietude, nnd Ti-.iurc. 511 North __WI1 low---Phone 437W. EXTRA" nVe'e furnh)icd~:i "room npirt- nicnl. Air conditioned I!l W « · t _ N o r t h Streel. 1'honc J1M. .f ROOM" f urn tidied npnrfmenlT Jus! re- .^J^K* Route l orrEiten HARRY ¥, : 'C'REMER SIGNS nnx 211, Wioilnw SUN-TILT Venetian blind.* *ml aluminum window icreenc a no* *wninc* Fro* eft tl mate*. Ojibe Cooper, 411 South Lnruit. Ph'onr lots DITCH DIGGING rOQTINOS--w » t e r. ga* *nd wwer dfehfi. i*ptle tank ho?«i Diguing i anfl back filling Call IK* firyct i Davis ' 10- REAL 51-Pontlac 2-door U 51-Ford 2-door 1795y 24 HOUR SERVICE Oft.'-.-. Herrti'Htchj/ig, fooling, Covtrid, BuMoni, Byttcn'YHto. Tallortdl Bel;*. and' : Buckt.*' Sptclal AttenfiSri* given MaH Order*. Satisfaction or Monty Back. - ' . . . . . . SINGER SEW'NG MACHINE CO. 18 S.E. Si., Fffycjtflvllle 23.00 395.00 395,00 345.00 Excavating - Bulldozing' Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Rdads-- Clearing i H. H. JONES, "Contractor i 212 Vlrclriia Avo,- box H.1 U. Sta. I __ Phone H3B, Fiiycilovlllc ' " . mittrcH. 417 Went 2420J. patterns. Cotni)let _Br_os. Co., Inc. _ _ __ LEWIS BROS. BASEMENT Sc-rvel ki'inseiiff refi'iR^rslor ... S7.'i.»0 FrlRidair" rcfrlRerator ..... _____ (in. 0(1 Kniaer dlshwnsher, ...... Q1I.OII' Us.-d otithoiirrl hnnt motor ____ Used Kurcku cleaner , . .. 10.00 Us2(* Kon'Romcrv Wnrd wnsbcr Used General Electric -washer .. ^ Used_kero£cnc cook stove . ' . JO.OO FULLER' BRUSHES DEBUTANTE COSMEincS Bnyd Mills MO Lfntlull Phnnc 154ft .·» 00. LEGAL NOTICES WARNING ORDER In The Chjnccry'Courl Of Wathington County, -Arki City of r'aycttevillc 1'lamUfC vs. Mary Virginia -McKnight Defendant "lie Defendant Mnry "Virginia Mc- nifjht Is warned to appcnr in this Court within* thirty :dayn nnd nnswrr the complaint of the p l a i n t i f f In the above entitled cause. r \Vilncti, my., hand nnd uual of CmiH this 1st* day of March, 1932. SEAL) Richard M. Grccr Chancery Clerk . 3-10-17-24 WARNING ORDER In Th« Chancery Court Of W*thin(ten County, Arkaniat * Leopold C.. Sasc Plaintiff Kalhryn B. Khge Dcfrnriant The Defendant Knlliryn H Sa}^e^lE warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint f the Plaintiff in the above -*«n- illed cause. Witness- my hand and seal of tills Court this 9th day of February. 1SEAU Richard 3. Grccr ^ Chancery Clerk NOTICK DOGWOQD Dining Room. Wlnilo- will reopen, March 2nd, Family ityl icals 11:311 to 2 amj 5:3(1 to 8. Si lohn Alltn Rt*d Rogci-s-(Spdcial)jJohn A l l e n Heed, 84, owner and operator of he OaTtcn Bucke^ tourist court in .togcrs the last 13'years, died Sun- rlay afternoon at the Rogers Memorial Hospital following n short Hness. lie was born in Clinton Bounty, Mo. Before coming .to r.ogers ho had engaged in the real lats and insurance business. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 1C:3C o'clock the Callison-Porler chapel. The iev. ^'ernon Chalfant, i^aslor of he Central Methodist Church, will onduct the service. Burial w^ill be it Liberty, Mo., Tuesday afternoon, ^ graveside service will be held t the cemetery. * Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Vinnie Reed; two daughters, Mrs. ·larjorie Dow and Mrs. Helen Vheeler, Kansas City, Mo.; a son, ohn A. Reed, Jr., Seattle Wash.; our sisters, Mrs. Tishie Arnold, Kansas City, Mo., Miss Harriett Ited, St. Joseph, Mo., Mrs. Mnry Dailey, Eurbank, Calif., and Mrs r \j-nes Skillman, Rogerc, Ark. 'au Alpha will meet Tuesday vening at 8 o'clock in the home f Mrs. Hayden Mcllroy', 201 )zark Avenue. University Law/Wived The University Law Wives will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., in the Student Union. 7rU Tau Alpha Alumnae ' Fayctleville /Alumnae of Zetft MAD ANIMALS RIMOVID PROMPTLY fltrvfc* - S«rvlcf ton ut'e* N*. mi T Rural Builders Club The Rural Builders Club will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. R. L. Roglin. Mrs, Mamie Routh will be co-hostess. Women's Civic Club There will be ai\ open board meeting of the Women's Civic Club tomorrow at 0:30 a.m., in the Civic Clubrooms. Conductor Cancels Tour Los Anficlcs-(/P)-An arthritic condition has caused Sir Thomas Ecccham, conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London, to-cancel the remainder of his American tour. He plans to return to England as soon as he is able to travel. / wichei and short 'orders between limes. Our hamburgers, are famous! Come Jicu^us. The Kratzs! rni WANAGER called away accoTTnl of iivr ill CSE. Reopening some time ioon FRISCO NEWS STAND' nnlh, innersprtnc Mountain. Phnne iuse ri~cif!u t »T"fji £« c nt KnrnCt;. High r l r v n t i n n frl'l North Holly, Phone 56MV " hou'«c,"r.65"N. FaUon."rhone" -Jlr^ "i_Slklna u f t c r 5:30. __ nov.NST/.mS~n'pVlnient.~furnline'd l b l f l n paid. Gardi-n. $30.00. 147 £. _ S n r l i m . ____________ _ ___ SMM^L upRtalriC'iipflftmrnt. rurnlin"e"d, -hllli, paid. To a lody. J18.0Q. J47 R. _Sprhis. __ _____ t-THNlSHED /our room iipartiiicnt. modern and prlvnlc. A i M n m u t i c 'floor furnace. Gnrbatie dlnpoaal u n i t . Bcndlx washer and dryer. A m p l e cnblnct nnd cloirt space. Gnra«o. S55.n(l month, m i n t In partly paid. _Kvcrtt_B._CampbKl!, phone 130. 1 ROOM furnljihed~apiirtmenL Private bath, utilities pnlri. Phone fiOS-W. KfP.NlSlTED'nnafimentr'lhrce' rooms. bath. First floor. One block from Jn verity. Utllliifi paid. $55 00. Ptnnc G07-W. ___ / HOUSEKEEPING · roomn. p rTv"«"fe _ .nt^h.^Adulti.^mno.-J. ___ FURNISHED apartment, .1 large room* and bnth, downsMri, furnjicf heat, rc."rlgerntion.7 central locntion. Jn-, _qujjrp_:il8 A Val)lon - __ ~L __ KUKNISHEU u n n r l m c n t , pF;v«tt 'bn'lh'. For couple. See after S. 20" 1 North Portuvnteii, rebuilt. Onp diiy service. I'hone 2771 m'.ico. ^_ __ _ room downs mfru iinfiirnUhiT ·parlment. Suitable for coupl*. 50 N( r\li Cnllcco. phone 54H. .- FOR ,.,., ,., ,,, HOU.SE~foi~7iTip""nr»[is"c'rii{chcr StVcct. £.prinedfllc, Arkana««. Could mil. b* b It for SlS.tlOOflfl Knnmv. niany u n u s u n t (eallirci. pum panelled- |r n upstair*. Near nrhooK. cruirdica. ho«- [thai, n hop pi nit center. Vnnttil how. Sncrificc prlrr S7,iwo 0!j cimh hiffrtT on ternn. W r l l e Mrn. ,r || Harper »'ine B l u f f Arici ;il Arnenal - Ar- __kFiilifi«. Box SS.l 4 ROOM modern hnimr!' "Sou 1 h'"CfrT* trnl jini-t, Jinlf down. (n.0:i.*i 0!) for quick. »»lc. K f j u l t y M.ODjfH) down on 4 rnom ninrt/rn rur.iflc nenr R n r i l u , KlKtion. Jfl.OOO.OO, . . . . . . I : Addington 5TTcriKf~rmilcs''rrcim"K, : iyctfnvUft. itll fenced. Ko«d pailuro. innnK fed Inkp jn"«ll rottaEC, chlchft hnutr Price SH7I.fl Oft. 100 ACRKS Rood ttock Inrin. 5 mile* from FayeltcvUle. on pavcmrn'. 3! rooni modern house, good Imrn,' irndo A milk born, FRleBU to tt-ll' Strandell.Realljfale' .'Jft.fer'Ji- K * Sirnii"rn(!|itf4*ir=i3h': 49-Chevroty 4-door 48-CheVrolet Aero . 47-Olcj» 76 Sedo'n .. 45--CKfVrole* -2-door .-^2-6!d» 76 C.S. ... 41-Ch«VrolBt C. C. 39-Oiels 76 Sedan SAFETY - TESTED j GUARANTEED . WHITFIELD MOTOR COr OLDS CMC 1 5 North Eost S'f: _ . . FOR flALr-^HRAt, ESTATE 6tit Of'^fHsfCLKANESTi ClTTlSt RANCI1K* 1 IN NORTinV'EST , AwV: KANSAS On 1 50 hlahway, ff rnlloto flnu^'i; o Siln«m Sprlntfi. Yoi* dtm'r' hnvr In itjtrt ·proutinjl. fencing rtk p'j.jitmti ti's alt ready to io, 3i. modern hom*«, 2 iooH barns, 2 car^ porane. It will feed from W to 10Q/ coivi and with * little' isading etc. Wii h,in-ilr JOO or rn-ire cow». IT'fc A HONEY THERE IS "MO: DOUBT" ABOUT IT. AND IT WILL-SELL"; . VST1Y SOON. VOU SHOULD Stt OVER .vw acred on 71 Wghwiy. V* rnttc nt- highway frftntaa*. cmbdtrn, livin* qii^rter« barn and ampl^ out-" building* · AWD ont of the mOJt nto'lcrn. lip-to-dat* buiines)*! · oil flic hl?hw«v. IT HAW BE BOUGHT. VEtlY MUCH WORTH TUT, VIOttfY AND IF YOU SFB IT YOU WILL' . AGRKE WO TELEPHONE INFOft- PLEASE." '- . . ..,,,_ ,. r ., r JW.OOO. It U not «t ail K«rrt In vision," o feu- years Jn Ihp f u i u r f f . thh place lelllni (or r S1W 1 fiWi *Jn rtrtubt one of th« flneil .fn 'he FaycttcviHe «rtn. on 71 til|h- wnj- R rnliflt frorv FnyrHevllle. N*-*r- ^ ly nil rivrr bottom, no overflow, 1S7 dcrc n' fh" h"i|. You can, ir^t ranup cxrellrnt term«.' ' -: i*J NEWLIN REALTY morfrrn Itirnished apifrt hat)' ZSxflti, living . garage rmd CHrngo Bpnrt- nicnt,' Clinffin." Okiahonui. SZU.o^n.on. Write for information, whnt linvc you to offer. Write David G. Wadaworth, --" Frisco Avo., Clinton, Oklahoma. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WANTED--RcsponRible party to lake up paymerifs on nice '40 Packard, _New Iifre.v Phone 24.10-M. INSTRUCTION; COMPLETE your niah icliool nt home in spare time. Texts furnlchcd Diploma. No classes. Send lor ^7 p booklet- and sample lesaon " f r Am ricnn School. Faycttcvillc. MONEV TO LOAN P. O." Box FHA HUME I-OANS Low interest, long.terms UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. Phone 2203 HELP WANTED FIRST cook «nri hrlpcr in fraternity house of 90 men. Experience and references heeded. Call for interview. 2036, HELP WANTED--MA!JE_ ' real security. Splendid opportunity for the future. No investment, no experience needed. Sixty-year-old manufHcturiT w i l l - s t a r t you in business with complete slock of fast- BClHng home and f n r m ncfccBBitics, nntionnlly known and advcrtined. Attractive spcclnl nrivantages: I'lcnu- ant, permanent work for trustworthy men of all ages nnd women *.nn. Complete information free. Write today. Just say "Tell me how I can get.steady work nt Rood pay rijjht now." Address MfGO.VN'rv AND Co. _lep!-_PA-l242._Winona. Minn. _ RELIABLK man with cwr wanted io cnll on farmers in Washlncton County. ; Wonderful o p p o r l u n l t y . $10 to $20 In a day. .No experience or capital required. Permanent. Write today. MrNESS COMPANY, Deptf A, j'rcepoM, III. Mccttnt The regular meeting of the Fny- ettevlllc Boy« Club board of director*, scheduled for Tuesday, Mnrch 4, «t^7;30 a. m., ha.s been postponed until Tucsdfiy, Murcli Ifl, nt 7:30 n. in. The mrotinR will. fee held at FcrRtison's Cnfctcrin. Plan Marriage N New York -(/P)- Young Metropolitan Opern stars Rnhert Merrill and. nnberU Peters plan to marry this summer with the date cndinu on their opera and concert schedule. SALESMAN WANTED Experienced in selling furniture and rugs. Permanent position, ·ood opportunity for advance- ment for tho right man. Apply person. T. H. CHAFFIN Monlgomery-Ward EOR SALE--MISCELLANEOUS GRAVEL, 4 yard loud delivered. $6.00. Phone B. p^_Grcnthou*e. 3t7fiJl. i l f n l f n , orchn^d ' ., , . Scrcoa JcHpcdczn. Liivcrn H. Smith. ».i mile _cast_of_iraflic_ltgh), Mlndaylllc. BUTANE. Magic Cliof~ range,' S60.00; electric refrigerator, $20.00; one.Thor. .: one Apex washer $200(1 each, Sia- _mcnc- cats. N. W. Jrjhnson. West Fork. 7',a~/IP"oiithonrri motor,' like new at a bargain. Phone 290. _ _ / ON/, side" arm double heated PhorTn 1207. ___ KEYSTONE qua'flfy"~Me"d""in" bulk. Lcwi» Bron. Co. -Inc. YOUR spring ; mTlhs* neod~hohc ifical. Lewi* nros. Co.. Inc:^ KOR~~gnofr~qunlily~ oak floor Ing" «co Heath Hardwood Co. Phone 2(iS. ~ " ' ' ~ ~ " intorcyclc. 2MB-M-3 BEAUTY coumfrTa Beit offer. Phone coninetin. Anaiy- BIJI by appointment. Dorothy Urnnt- Jcy. 38 South University. Phone ONE room mcnt. Private ont ranee and 3M^_Hjehlnntl. ; Phono 821. __ NIC ', bedroom, orlvatc enirance Phone 2S70R n f l o r ^ p . m, _ ^ MODKRN efficiency apart mrntT Ma ^or^iulol^couplc^SU^North Schoo WELI/Tu-ni»hed three room" apart ment. Is ew Serve), parkin* ipace s:t,sm, utilities pnlrt. Couple only 2132W. _ ______ KOUR room :ap»riment lii hlorki of equHrc. Sult»»le for office iultc, vcr. K n o t (or office and home for urns] family. THREE room modern a p a r t m e n t . U l i l itlca paid, $40.00 monthly, u n f u r n i a h ld. KivE room bungalow, $so nionthl Ijnmmond Realty Company Phone 2-3 nOOM ^unfurnished ynraKe apart menl*. Private hath. Ample canine and closet xpacc. Avnilable Mare 1. S40.00 per month. Rills nnid. Ln i:ntcd on hus route. 1.111 South 71 Phone 752 clwyi, W6-W evening!, Jo Wilson. _ N EXVLY rtecorflte'd email fuirnl »lw" n p a r l m c n l . Privntc entrance a ii bath. Utilities paid. ^2fi_Hishland. G2' LEVEiTRTt. Slnfle roomi " |1 month up. Double 510 month enc ^Pj L '"^".^^ r ?.l*n £°.r*?^ I *J7!, fm .^-J * 7 } ~ 3 ONE furnfihed bedroom in prlval home. Two blocks fron) aqutre, Wf rent to middle ngn man or womnt ^Mti »t_jT u rn i Is h re f etc nce^ Pho n e 305i RKDECOnAtEO 3 room linfurniBhe ·pxrlment, IK South Duncan. Phon Z710-L-1: UNIVERSITY- APARTMENTS, , o n bedroom, unfurnished IS7.W, furr liheri $72.50 Mill paid.-. B « n d i Uuiidry v)illible. Phopg- 2SMH . P AUK VIEW APAftllMENTS, on«/fetd /onm tinfurnfiherti'lfiO.OO, ' furniihp J6S.OO; · two bedfbom uhfurnlihc JG. r .,(xi Bcndix 1 laundry aviillible Phone MS. HERVICE8 OfTKHBII' INDIVIDUAL Income (nx.Krvlc*.Ken nonfthle. 309211,. . OCATj or lonf distance hnultnj, Smal or largr lOKdi. Phone 7 d*yt, 237 2 H niRhts._E. Wood. _ __^_ FOR rinperHanier or painter ' GARDEN phom M ""plbwInicT discing ~wlth""fnic . C. Ledbaltcr. Phone _______ tor. W. C. Ledbaltcr. P DON Bojren. piano lunef, nhone ZZ4RW. ' 2030.- Route Lindicune Tinmnt« ,FT*t Phon* 51-J-2'' New | Crlder_Brother. . Nur«ry,__ Greenland _jprhisn. I27ZXV. ; ONE twiTtPbcd "inncrspring mnftn. \ H':r new rocklns i-hAir, wlnr. French door, .!!i. ' llghl-kitchrn sink. .15x30 _Lawn mower, Rood. Phpnc_251W2 PAINT nnd body ahop, one air com. presior ojie wander wllh two pads one Sioux 7" srlnder, om Blsck- hnwk Porter »pywer w i t h iittach- Tiionti. one acetylene welding rig with cutllnx torch nnd gaiiKcs, 2 anrny guns w i t h , r pf) foot hose, two boyi hfcyeleit_ Phnnc KfilOJ. GRAIN~~d7lll, Oliver SupcfiofrY-hole with fe r «nr. seeder attach- rnenl. Lfke__new. Phone 3020M3, A^ER cress, JonquiJi, rniaafras, hcrii, fryers, ctfja. brend. cnkea, pop corn, kraut, tomnto juice. Farm women'i Market. PRtCKC for quick, sale, 'nestnurnnt equipment. Apply Campu» Grill. 653 Vfrt Dic:kson. _^ " ' ' ~ " TM * " "" )iks BOtith Ifiirrift pnttoffico. Penr! ?notlwnrd.__Knycttevlllf. Routi-J. P'-:D!GRKKD New' Zealand white rjih- bits. IJrrr.rng 5lr»ch. Phone 23B2 Raxnrhncrt Cleaner*. BARGAIN! Crane porcelain laundry (unn and wanning machine. Phono 27101.1. Y UNO man in nhop. Dixie Hadio. _j28_DIck«cm. f _ · YOUNG men wanted Io Rot ro0(jy~to accept p.^itions In drnflmii account- InK. clfclriclly and dicscf en«lnirrjr- uiK. We leach you at home in npare lime and help plac« you. American School, Write P. O. Hox 320 Fny. etteville. MKI.P WANTKD--KKMALK COMPANY making nntlonul utirv'ry ·**nt» 10 women w i t h cnr« Io raU on htmft« and place product on rtemon- » l r n t l f i . in vnrlnui pnrm of North- wc»itrn Arkantas. No irlllnR, Karn- Intfft n h n u t JR.'i.Of) per wcok. Include phonf niuni)cr._Wrlte K-3). '.;TlinM. KCJlfitkriKI) nunie"waiilrd "for new 24 hcd hoiptlnl. Hru-nrt town in Southern Mliiouri, c. V. Children, Artmlnlilrator. Hk«L»» Community HrtapHal. ^finnnn. MlJintirl. WAITRESS Wnlrd, ' a p p l y k" to" 10 A. m Knrorhnck Hcitauranl, 415 \/eit Dlckion. Pinno--noTjuilt--Stroamllned A V K R Y fine inslrumcnt »t a ffiir prirr No munxlroslllci. HOO South IDEAL'MATTRESS CO. W* m«t or beat any compttition 40) WEST DICKSON RAINBOW TfiSlIT »ol(l "lally Phoin Sprlnudnle .1201, Oxnrk Tr»ul Knrm Nrnr Jf)hn«on. ^_^ I.1JGOAOE. «7jTT~i:i!«ci7~ionl InclTcnT, 1 brief ca«ei. 1J«4 bftK». O'ntte cnie», toilet klt». etc. A complete lint HAMPTON'S AI1MY SURPLUS STORP, FOR I.KASE FOR LEASE Uiod car lot. Siio 40x)S5, together with one 'ilory concrolo block building, site 30x40. Total area 6431 square fool, located 116 Soulh Etui Street. SEE T. H. CHAFFIN Montgomery-Ward J. W. H i l l ELECTRIC CO. Quality Inilalkri ·PUMPS , · POWER Phon* 24, W«tt Fork DRESSMAKING, »lt«ralloni, button' holes, quick icrvice, Mri, Watkin Phone B77J. -. EXCAVA"TING **ONDS r~ no»DS - CLEARING OLIN KARNCfl AND ELLIS WILSON 3162W 261BJ Who's Who For Service Consult Your Classified Service Directory BEAUTY SHOP COLVARDS BEAUTY SHOP 2D W. Meadow--Phone 2002 Much 13.50-up. Cold wave K up Tlannm JOIcluo* IH PKlOKETT'S BKAITI'Y SHUP mtLlAILS WORK » N _BJoclr_ ____ Phone 7.W ALICE'S ilEA'UTY SHOP" Now up (own 7'i K M o u n t a i n St. A^^^ Doraetl. Phnnc fiZ.or 2:1 . 2:131 IIAIIUNCS Hanllnf Day «r nlcht Call Glenn Rny Reed IJ79J. 8AND AND ORAltt ROAD AND DRIVEWAY ORAVE1. - ALSO TOP SOIL Phong 15HJ nnd 309J K6ft~YOUR~ROOKiNfJ~NK)?DS~ Call II. L Stewart RtoflnK Contractor AIRO, ARhntoi Sldlnc Home repaln. Phone IjlltJ "EXTATATf'NG^ B U L L D O Z I N G Grovtl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. f A T T 0 N Phont 24? 'i ArJtiJflT^ C"~ i ' .EwT-- ' I inent, 2 niflca from city. S room' inodfrn humc loin of enocl BhHdr. ·mall hnrn, chlcKcn houst 1 , extra Koorl 'fianlcn. city u-ntcr, KM* *nd clrclricliy, OWNER \vilf finance. M.\K1! /our nwn lornia. If Inlcrcil* cri romr Ut office. No infornnti'Mt 6?R'Trandell Real Estate lUi Norlli Ea»t_3irft«!i._Phnni! 2.196^122.1 FOR S«lc: Block Irani Cninnim--6 rooni hungalow, ' haih,. tmn-norch. II^-HP- ' .ms.if. Knrn«ft. .SPECIALLY PHICKi), \:ASHINGTON s c h o o l Disirict--6 room rcuWcncc. lialh. nrrrvlcc porch full trnacmcht w|ln'dflratc nnd iu»co for umali npnrlnient. Sil.SOO. . -'.-' ALMOST new--s roomi «hd Dith City Pnrh. tlO.POn, CLO3E in--Duplex; 4-room*, urn) hath HnwnHtnirti; 3 rnnms «nd bath ot?« . slnln . . . . - · $H,OOf) NEAll new HJjh School--B room* bnth. hrnrmc-nl, snrnRfl . S7.0M CLOSE-in--fi rooms; h*th utility room, · ('.ichnd Rurfigc; ,ideal fgr duplex 10.500. NEAR npw M l R h Schiml--S robin hnn«- nlow, b n t h, service porch, sun- jiorrh. unrnu 1 * nnd xvorkshop VI.WO SUBURBAN home- ft room*. b"lh. tn- rni;e. burn,, poultry unil hroortrr bounrn;~ .1 ncrci . - S3,350 PHONE for dftHcrlntlon nnd detail*. J. D. EAGLE, Realtor iy modern ^lh tuel. oO'.ft*t. *I)!fc-» t.'rlly it ftlllVnnth. bulmm.und (n. Wei! 16ralul nn' U. S. KIlh\y«v;71. JHcnl locilion for. l*r** brollfr firm- AlMl -llreiit tor Hlihwuy. Tourlit BmlrcM. Out o( St»lr Owner (i n^'v 1 otferln* lhl» proprfly lor Itojao. LARGE FAMILY" HOME :-· FOIJn (Ino hudroomi ..tvllh Mneroui rliKFli. hnif bth, -liriv biitnent. rcntrnl heftMnx flnd many n'her Un« fr-'tirra. Muit b« cold Quick to Sellln F.Mitf. Ccnlr.l locition, wnlklni; [IliUnct ol tverylhlnl. ONE ACRE , . ' - ' · · AT.-JiDOE ot (own wllh 1 room 1; ThU hc-mr hiu.««, rlly w«l«f » for t)B«ture ; On _ . , T ,.,,.,,_ * crn hoyn«r. nt\tr. K room · hourt 1 ,". 1 .; 2 ft*r*(CB. Plentiful lupply of wafer. ON HIGHWAY 71 NOP.Tl! ot. ·Fajrcllcvllle. I ncrcs /of unnoth : Iff'vet Innd hctlronm modern t^lfi-ncr ivlth Jitrutlllllti. 5.WO ' hrofter Jiou»ci. ' ' ' . "-" i . HAMMOND Phon« 7M Pycalt KOJ nc« «38 Utlpy-2203. Re«".l507 . . Eve. Phone 2735-L-J _ NEAR: UNIVERSP LOCATKI; at ,t6H RH7.orh»ck 'Road. practicnlly new four room flWellms- connlMini n( two largo bedrooms. Mtm large l l v l n w room, cornblnntlon kitchen nnd dlnctic, Rood mn»truc- , (l^r. throughout, ninhalt tile floor « ovrr conrrctr, b c n u f l f i i l virvv and U nrlcril lor n quick unie nl SB,300,oo. BETlEri SEE THIS TODAY. Ulley Company, .Inc. REALTORS ., LENDERS JINSUROHS C«lj J J - -- - - _H_iI. ' _ "COZY AND PRIVATE^ LOCATED In a bcitu.iru! iictllnit- ol tr«es Ml the eml ntm private drive, ultrii rntxiertv two -bcdro**ni liortic, jsnhilt tile fliwrj., paWltny -helfltic; fcrRrale utitllx' room.-und Jn · ex* cellcnt rnndltlon has rtetacncd rt.x- ratc W.lh.-efflflAiey pnrtmcnl. The nnartment hni been rented ifS90.l». ,hii c*n he.bouBht' for the amir.- ln«ly low prlco o( 58.000.00. Thcrt Ii an «xltln| lojin .of S1,50f).0( whlr"i car he iwumed. HERK IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A COMFORTABLE LITTLE HOME WHICH WILL AFFORD A NICE INCOME IN AD- UTLEY COMPANY, INC. REALTORS LENDERS INSUHOBS CalllJ. J Pye»tt 2:03. R«5 til H.M. U11t.y toii. Re. 1607. , ,,V Illhu. OSIy Jlv« . «nt MDIlif «l"-i'MOO. ·' ... -. -L^l us iriow you. Phon^ 713- £* HAMMOND RFAITY tS ' KVA. phbn* H. D. Himmond 1J7Z 3* . - J . A. J«rvl« ISXW :..', S «ood ivti hlfihw«y near lovn. Qt)o4 3 t hiU'e, fiod bkrn. butfftit fal, ' Irlclly. Oood · terrna. U C. Lincoln, v 2 BEDROOM hou» knd iirage. Phon* r ·35-W-l. FHA and O, I. Loan. 9 ' CRUH 'or *alt, poor-improvtm*ntl. Natural )taf. electricity. P r l c « JI.OM.OO Milton Boyd. Rout« ..S. Iliiclcnct ; ' _____!__,'· Tilt equity in ? room Eoust a n d game. Mnrdwood (loori.. floor tur- n*c. FKA and.CI lo«n. In force. ..'ANT TO mmji iME! WE HAVX rACILI-.--. . ..,..£ noiLBiSo fa town- PLAINS FOR YOU AND;fcAH ftTIIN. I8H THE LOT AKD riNANClKO FOR FHA. Ot. OR COUVENTIOM* LOAN. SEE U! FOR AN ESTIMAl WITH NO COST OR OBUO^TIoV. WIIKINS REAlTYr' A *' M2 North Collect Front 17K Kincaid 6* Co. · Automotive : ; ; l Fi ff · Health and Accident · Polio ' · ', ·Liability · WORKMEN'S COMfENSATIbN · Plate Gloyi '·Burgjory: I N S U R A N C E ^ Awtomnbil*,-- liability ' ** flit M Extind«d Covtragi ^ f '..^oilo -'Plot* Glott % Arced* lltig. WAM NNCHIt .C AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CO. A Seller Pine* to Bur II rVBIeck.-'QjEALCR Ph. 113 NOTICE v-' READ THIS.AD. . Ynur I-Kcllmo OpportUBiy IF YOU. ARE-Q.UAUWED ·'- . MANAGER WANTED '· ' · :· MAN OH WOMAN' To sprvk'p snd onrratc roulc fr ubw flutonntic.mjchlno dii- pcnsins world famous Hcrshcy Baia and. the "Musical" Gum Ball voriflnr which plays (i tuhc every timo gum ball ll dispensed. Also, la-service other spcclnl type merchandising machines. No experience or selling required. Factory representative will secure locations and make, all necessary arrangements. $150(1 to S300II required now. which i» secured. $«00 per month earnings posflble part time; full time mor*. Flense do not wastt our time unless .you h.ivo the necessary^capi.t»l.nva!iabto"-ind. are positive you w a n t - l p ' c o into the von'ding^Buslness.'Th'is hiy business nhrl \vc 'ire intcrc.stott onlv'ln*people whtf^can m u k e n ilecislnn ot t h r i r nv.-n and follow 'instructions o( a large imlinnHl concern w i t h Dun Bradstreet ratine, references from" Ihtokn, Chamber »l Commerce, etc. If you can meet our re-, qulremrnl* and mnnaRe a real motley m a k l n B binintss, you should bpcnme flnnncially Independent \vithin a very ihort limr. Write f u l l y about ynnrself, Klvins ase, phone numlfcr.. Write Ilox K-3X rare of Titncfi. FOR LEASE TEXACO .SERVICE, STATION -CORNER-MOUNTAIN ,4 .COLLEGE On Highways .71/6?, 16 Immediate Poss*ssion Flat Rental Phone 35 : K Now Operated as Tuck's Service i

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