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March 20, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

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MMTKWBT ARKANSAS TIMB, teytHtvMt, AriwiiM* ThuiWtay, Moreh 20, 1952 THAT PPCWES I'M STILL YOUNC DOESNT IT? -, I PACED WOODLEV HOME , FROM THE A BUS STOP, AND 1 BEAT HIM DID THIS JUST AS MAYBE IT MIGHT T-OUBE HELP HER vVAKE UP -IF I COULD JUST £ IN PQORDUNO SMOCK. SHE WONYBE ABLE TO HEAR \tXI. . THE CUtLTV ONE FIRED THE GUHf , I THINK Y TELL 'EM Y^' E IS THAT THEY WEPE MY THEOP/ K^V*£ THECt WERE)AFTEP MV / IS IT WAS / 2 ABOUT SIX /JEWELRY V AW INSIDE * OF.THEM yS^^gV JOB g 2 I'D AGREE TD THIS tOUE6E WE VENTURE IF I XAW.WE ^\DOH/l!\n WAS SURE THE /DON'T FK56EK\ BEYOND GOLP-OJ6EEKI ...TO HI-JACK I BELIEF. COULD BE HAD J^ANVSOPV/.vou'D WEUU...ALL RIGHT, ...I'LL 6END\OO/ ATTABOY WHERE /DCIC.NOW THERE'S I VWRE. IOT6OF h TALKIN7 SOLD) IMCASEl/^OK -AH COT » HE DO-US J '~ 3!a ' WMTH IN nXDCK.?E? COMMITTEE MfLL NEVCn NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS IUt«: 3 eentr per word tingle in- wrtion Three consecutive Inaftrtions. 7 cents per word Minimum order 42r Classified adl cash in advance--not aken dver the telephone. · Deadline for classified cda: 10:30 i. m daily: 9:30 a m. Saturday ' Correcilonft nnd rerun cheerfully nade after first insertion No corrections or rerun made after ad has expired. NOTE: Advertising copy for other ANYWAY -- «UKLY. THEY WOUW'T · A 6UBST MUST ft TMEWt 6ONE TO TOWN FOR.SUPPLIED OR 40METV1N4. ^ »·/ Marriages William Eugene Hundley, Hoi- ton, Kan., and Miss Anna Lea Farster, Mayctta, Kan., were married March 39 by n, F. Jackson, justice of the peace. CharJea Marion Durham, Hoi- ton, Kan., and Miss Dorothy Belle Wilson, Corning, Kan,, were married March 19 by R. F. 'Jackson, justice of the peace.* John L. Overby and Mrs. Floi- sie Ritchie, both of Carthage, Mo., were married March 18 by Chancellor Thomas F. Butt. '·Malcolm Dean Haas and Miss :iyda June Watson, both of Tulsa, ikla.,,were married March 17 by James H, Kays, justice of the peace. John R. Dodge r.nd Miss Betty Lorenc Ham, both of Tulsa. Okla., were married March 13 by the Rev. N, V. Drake. P««e* ii due it 12 noon th« day pra* ceedinf publication; 12 noon Saturday forL_pubflc«tlon on Monday tPGAL NOTICES WARNING OffDIR In Tht cheiKtry Cttirt Of WnklfiKfen Cvuntr. Ark«n»M J. F. Palmer and Helen L Palmer, huiband- and wife Plaintiff HaJlie Oxford Defendant The Defendant Hallie Oxford ii warned to appear in this Court-within thirty days and sniwer the com- plalnf of the Plaintiff in the above entitled cause. Witness nfy h i n d - a n d teal of thii Court thli 19th day of March, 1952. (SEAL) Hlchard B- Greer Chancery Clerk .· * - 20-27 April 3-10-c Some radio tubes are so small that workers must use microscopes to assemble them. Car4 Of Thankt We wiih to express our «incere I hunks and appreciation to our many frlendi who were BO kind to us during i our recent bereavemsnt and also to' thank them for the food and beautiful floral, offerings. Mn. Ruby and Gail * . Mr, and Mrs. Junior Keen · Mr. and Mrs. LftJter Tyree. An outstanding flavor--June's Roman Meal Bread. , 11-19-tl N*tlct Of Filing Of Applicatlvn p«r Llqutr Ptrmit Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Rsvenu ·* bf the State of Arkansas -for;a p e r m i t . i o sell and dianftnse vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage "at retail on the premises described as: 7 E. Mountain; Fayetteville. Application \3 for a permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of April, 1952, and Io expire on ths :JO day of June,, 1952. Gene Hamm NaticV Of~Cait~Of §eh«*r«tnd* Elkins School District No. 10 of Wafihington County, Arkansas, hereby gives notice that it will sell to the highest bidder for ci«h. its proposed issue of S50.000 in 2.90r a rffunriing an-^ consiruction school bonds dated April I. 1952. interest payable semi-annually. nnci msturlng serially on April 1 of each year as follows: SI .500 in 1333 and 1954; $2.000 in 1953 to 1960. inclusive; $2,500 in 1981 lo'1966. inclusive; S3.000 in 1967, 1989 and 1969; $3.500 in 1970 and 1971; S4.QQO ;n 1972. The bonds are payable in the first instance from the proceeds of a thirteen mill continuing building fund tax, voted by the electors of the district, which will continue annually until the bonds and interest arc paid in full. In addition the bonds win be secured by 7 a piedjje of ail other revenue that the district can legally pledg*. Th- buyer nrjy name the place of payment and trustee, and. may have the right to convert the bonds to 1 a lower rate of interest, substantially in accord with the Universal Bond Values Tables and subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer \vill be expected to pay the following expenses .of the issue: the printing, and trusteeing of the bonds nnd the fee of Townsend Townsend. Attorneys, Little Rock, upon whose approving .opinion !he bonds will be issued, The bonds will be callable for payment prior to ma- LECAL NOTICES turlty in invert* numerical order at par and accrued intereat, a lollows: from lurplut in the building fund, on any interest bearing date: from fundi from any tource, on any in- lereit paying date on and after April The iale will b« held upon auction bids at 8:09 o'clock p. m on the 14th day jf April. 1952, in the office of Superintendent in Elkins Arkansas. Each bidder wlU be required to file a certified, check, in the sum of SI,000. payable to' the.. District, a* liquidated damage* if he' ii the successful bidder and fafla. to complete the purchase, Othtr" checks will be relumed promptly. The ·, District reserves Ihe right to .reject a.ny*ai\d all bids. For further information address the under- 5 GIVEN this 18th day of M-rch, 1952. ELKINS SCHOOL DISTRICT PCO. 13 OF .WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS By L. M. 'Canfieid; Presiderft And B. E. Taubu*. Sfcrretarv ;, 20-27 Aprira-c HELP WANTED--MALE DISHWASHER. HefliiTi Cafe, South School... ' ·· OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams WELL. MISS SMAKT. WHAT WOULP YOU DO f WHEW I T£LL HIM HE ALWAYS SAYS, 'AW, I'M ONEY ' OUWNA BE IN THE HOUS-EA MINUTE/ WELL. I'D NEVER HANS MY COAT THERE "ID SHOW HIM A BAD EXAMPLE.' HE OMLY WIPED? HIS FEET OM IT AMP CLOSEP HALF OF IT OUTSIDE--HE1? HAVE HLJN6 HIS COAT OW THIS- SPOUT IF 1 HADW'T HAP · THE KETTLE feOILIMfi.V WHV -Believe JtorNbt/ flirfected bY the n PoundAtwn fcr Hie Blind VMS USED ASA SUBSTITUTE FOR COPPER IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE' ATOMIC ENERGY PLANT AT OAK RIDGE, TENN. 14.000 TONS OF SILVER U/nS BORROWED FROM THE U.S.TREASURV PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK ·"W«iU you b« inicmwd in my new liy.iw.y pl«n, Buck? u_.. I»'U tniblt you to own i neik MIM iyl" ; OPPORTUNITY for man interested in a better future. Sales and tervics work. Age 21 to 45. Salary, car and expenses furnished. Apply · Singer Sewing Machine, · Fayetteville. . MAN WltH PICK-UP for early morning deliveries of newspaper bundles in North west Arkansas on contract basis plus individual deliveries to customers along highway. Apply by letter to Box No. 433, Fayetteville, Arkansas, giving name, address, phone number, type of truck. An interview will be arranged b y m a i l o r p h o n e . PAPER boya for the Southwest Amsri- can paper roiitea. Phoni 436 or write P. O. Box 433. YOUNG men wanted to get ready to accept paiitiona in drafting, accounting, electricity and dieiel engineering. We t£sch you at home in ipare time and help place you. American School. Write P. O.' Box 320 Fayetteville. HELP WANTED--FEMALE STENOGRAPHERS--Experienced. Apply Employment Office. 104 West Center: M1DDLEAGED lady to help with housework and care of 2 children. Room, beard, salary- ' 2 days plus Sunday afternoon off. Phone 728W. HOUSEKEEPER alto care for 3 (mill children to live in. Phon« 430 or 27H. WOMAN cook. Castle Cafe, Highway 71 North. EXPERIENCED waitreii. Night sniff, 3 .to 11. Apply Campus Grill. SALESMEN VVANTLil WANTED. Reliable hustler to go in business celling consumers 200 household necessities. State age, occupation, references. Rawieigh's, Dept. AKC-130-Y, Memphis. Tenn. SITUATION' WANTED FOR garden plowing, call B. Holland, R70W1. - PERSONAL FREE Jonquils: As his .been our custom on the first day. of spring .we invite you to come today after five o'clock nnd get a free bouquet for sick or shut-ins. Go down the drive- wayto the south lawn, and see them In bloom. 223 Cast Dlckson, Earle Bates. INSTRUCTION COMPLETE your hljh school at home in spare time. Texts furnished Diploma. No classes. Send for 47 page booklet and sample lesson free Am rican School, write P. O Box 320 L Fayctleville. _ _ . . _ _ _ · BUSINESS OPFOETUNITT FLORAL shop with-greenhouse offered, only downtown shop. Will party who 'wanted such a'-set-up, address Box K-45. %Time3. ' _ · . _ ' ; . MONE1' TO LOAN FHA HOME LOANS Low interest, long tcrmi UTLEY -AND COMPANY, INC. Phone 2203 LOST AND FOUND LOST--Small soiitaire white gold diamond ring. Sunday or Monday. Reward, Apartment 9-A. Camp Nell Martin or writeP._O. 'Box 1336. WILL person who exchanged Scripto pen for Parker SI at Red Cross Drive Headquarters please contact 79?J2., LOST, ladies tortoise rimmed glasses in tan leather .case. C. M. Edmiston. Phone 124S. . S SALE-^LIVESTOCK PUREBRED OIC BOW. bred to registered male/ D. F. Brooks, RouteJ. Phone 8COR3. ' · ONE registered Polled-Shorthorn bull, red. Calved December 1. 1350. Located one mjlc east of .Tuttle on Highway 7. Can see him a f t e r . 4 p. m. or oh Saturday. Elbert L. Mitchell. · '· NOW is the time your livestock needs grain. Plenty of good ' ground'.ear corn.. Phone 2142.T or. write A. R. Christie 226 North Locust. Fayette- vilic. .. . IF it's work mules, work horses or riding horses, you had better. cull Jim Lester at Hilton's Sales Barn soon. They are getting hard to find. Phone 2.178M. 7 EIGHT week old pigs. Phone 2136J. YOUN'G cow . with first calf. 1410 N o r t h L e v c r e t t Street. ^^^^^^^ FOR SALE^AUTOMOTIV* PARTIAL LIST of 'the many guaranteed used cars, and pickup trucks: 1951 Pontiac 8 Chieftaiifc Deluxe Tudor. Hydromatic, radio, heater and many other desirable extras. '. 1950 Chevrolet Clu(i C o u p e . ' Radio, heater, plastic seat, covers and white wall tires. · 1949 Pontiac 6 Club Coupe. Radio, heater and seat covers. 1948 Pontiac 8 Streamliner for- der. Extra clean and lots of desirable extras. HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. Phone 303. Foyetteville, Ark, FOR SALE 195rGMC y 2 -Ton Pickup Long Wheel Base, Low Mileage Priced for Quick Sale Will Finance Phone 2338 TOE IAIX--ACTOMOTtVB MODIL t-N an rdM tractor. A-I condition. 2 bottom 14 inch plowi, 2 row iprinf typi eultlvitor. Nur Full Creek. 1'.', mllei north Strlctltr Store. BUI Shwmiker. . . 19U Hi TON SWB Rcb 8:25x30 tlKI. Thli truck In A-l ihape. Idtll for dump truck. 150 buihel corn, ( itoek helftri. J; N.' Thomn,. phont C7«J2. S P E C I A L S 1950 Plymouth Club coupe. Radio and heater. Perfect . condition ....;.. ,$129i 1949 Plymouth 4-door. On* owner car. A-1 cohdi-' tion . . . . : . . . . . ; . $ 1 0 9 5 1949 Chevrolet 2-doer. Fleet- line Deluxe. Radio and hebitr. 26,000 miles! Very, clean .. ... ..... .$1195 1949 Plymouth 4-door., Radio and heater. : low rnile-- age .... :·'.".; .-., . ; $J145 1947 Ford 2-door . . - . ' . ,.$795 1949 Ford 2-door. Radio ''and heater, overdrive.:..'$995 1947 Ford 2-door. Super deluxe. Radio and heater. Extra clean ; . . . - . . .$895 1949 Ford 4-door. ; Radio and heater. Very good. .$995 1948 Chevrolet '/2-ton... .$745 1946 Studebaker 1'/2-ton. Fair condition .$19,5 Also have a complete line of AUTO PARTS T A C K E T T ' 5 AUTO EXCHANGE South 71, Phone 2181 ! ! L O O K ! ! Mot mokin' much money, but I'm sure havin', fiin tradin' 1949 Mercury convertible. Radio, heater and overdrjve. · A very-clean car.-' 1947 Pontiac convertible. Radio, heater and white wall tires, 1941 Ford Super deluxe. Radio and heater, like new. 1942 Buick Super convertible. 1940 Ciwvrolet convertible. 1942 Chevrolet Fleetline. 1947 Chevrolet K-tori. A dandy truck. ' · . - · . ' 1950 .Chevrolet V4'-1 e n. like new. · · Other, older modelt · ' ' to chooie from. TRY 'EM AND BUY 'EM 1.1 CARLS MOTOR SALES " 3 Miles South of Springdale DOGS--CATS--PTT8 BLACK Cocker puppies, female, S7.00, mjiesj^aoo. ?Hpne.ff'W.;: - ' - _ -.-- "Don't WRING Tow Huito -RING £14 f«r WANT ADS." v THCKSDAT 6:00 Dinner Music «:15 Starlight Tian» 8:30 Newt - - - . 6:15 Ozarks Sport!-.Review 7:00 Wayne King Show- 7:'l5 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic ,Rendetvous 7^45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry , · , 8:05 Rod and Gun Club of th» ·' - A - ir 8:30 Reporters Roundup 9:00 News 9:05 Hardy Family 9:35 Just Music, 10:00 News- . . 111:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sigh Off FKIDAT MORNING 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N 1 Shine 6:30- Markets and weather -6:35 Rise N' Shine . 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 .Otasco News .7:45 Kotfet Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh Newt--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Lovg 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Handt 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:2,1 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FIUDAT AfTCBNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churchti 12:19 News t Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamborn 12:45 Riders of Purplt 6l« 1:00 BASEBALL. Gime of the D«T S:30 TunrPkk'n Tim* 4:00 Tune Ptck'n Tim* · 4:30 Tun« Plck'n TilM 8:00 The Crcm HornH 5:,10 Wild Bill Hlekok »:JS Cecil Browm

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