Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 21, 1952 · Page 8
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March 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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search for ways to stamp out the plague. The Canadian outbreak is only 60 miles from the U.' S. border. This may make it difficult if not impossible to keep the disease from spreading to this country. The virus is perhaps the most destructive of all animal diseases. It spreads quickly and causes heavy losses. Five years ago, when the disease broke out in Mexico, steps were aken to intensify research on it, Little scientific work had been done in this country because it has been 'relatively free of the infection, the last time bein.? in 1929. Appearance of the disease in American livestock leaders to believe that modern increased opportunities of transmitting the disease and that this country should prepare to defend its nine-billion-dollar livestock Industry. Upon recommendation of the Aggriculture Department, Congress authorized the government to establish a modern research laboratory. The lawmakers instructed that it he located on an island to decrease the possibility nf ils becoming the seedbed for a domer.'lc outbreak. Congress Called Halt Con- LKGAjL NOTICES Of . Morcli ». 1*32 Foot-And-Mouth Outbreak Spurs Research Plans ·IIIIIS WIVES HAVE THE IDEA Stock Raisers In U. S. fear Virus May Leave Canada By OVID A. MARTIN Washington - (/PI - A IF SHED ONLV RALLY EhJOUGHTO RECOGNIZE ME- AND SPEAK. ease among cattle in Canada is cx- EMERGENCV WV SISTER.' TREATMENT JWWAT ABOUT AND A 5HCWER- TWEN LOCK pccted to start n new .drive for a BIRD'S 6Yt VIEW- IT'S PIAIN TO SEE The department obtained an op- Prudence Island, in Narragansett 3ay. Just as the department etting set to start LOO-HOLUN9 COMTVST OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams I HAVE NO TIME TD WATCH FIVF.-MILLIOKl- OOLLAR 8A6S DEVELOP UMPER PEOPLE'S WATCH THAT CANS FOR A MINUTE JUST LOST A MILUOW-DOLLAE WHAT'S /·*-.·'/( IT LOOS LIKE MUn MWEgODVS BIN SNOOFM'AROUUR IU SOY THEY NAVE.' USTiN --THEY'RE STILL HERE! -Believe/t or Mrt/ WHAT is l/i CHAFFINCH 1/6 TITMOUSE 3/7 .TONAGER 1/3 OWL 1/6 ORIOLE 1/3 OANPER? . THt WHNWriD fWCT, WOOIW9 «W» Mt FOWD M TIS CtttftT. QUITE TRUE .SIR.' BUT QU A rr A FOOL, ARE you P y IMSORI»',S1I?...)AVHAT DO Have NOr^i V'A\BAN? LEGALT-r-"^ /LOOK AT SIGN.' OUR CAMERAS GUARANTEED POOL- PROQP/ Hampshire County, W.Va ICE FORMS ON 1t4E HOTTEST DAVS IN ft PERIOD OF · 6 YEARS VISITED EVEW BUT, DOC, MY QO9H,0(GGIN' 19 WORM SURE 15,30 EVERY TIME YOU UOODSAHD/IIOCS IN ALL ENGLAND/ PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK AMZOOKA , HOLE, rr WAS IWMATIFHAU MEANT TOR YOU LOVE ABOUT -REMEMBER?-/NCXJ. VOU'VE HAVE I EVER STA«VED FOR ASKED TOR A ^9 -VEAOS, RAISE? ^--VwiTH A SMILE OM VOUR LIPS AND A SONG IN M3UR HEART BULLET HOLES IN VCHJTMAN VOU.CHIEF. MAKE AN EXCEPTION IN MY CASE.'.'- LET ME, STAV ON THE FORCE -·UNMARRIED.? "Dofl'i announce your decision yet, Mr. Buck... I'm plianinf *lftf back UM titte my hu»b«a*i iiut louT f»u callad a hilt. Tht liwmikert were under much prusure to cut non-military spending! Inasmuch as the disease was being brought under control in Mexico, they decided against going.ahead. The outbreak in Canada, particularly if it sp'reads, may well change tht congressional mind. But whether the department coul get Prudence Island npw is -a qucs tion. Its option hit expired. Heart Campaign A Success Total Raised Over Quota The recently- conducted Hea Fund campaign in Washington County was a success,' Countj Chairman Jeff Brown announced today. He .and State Executivi Committeeman Dr. Allan A. Gil bert, announced the total raiser was $2,745.63. The quota set was $2,500. Expressing appreciation to the workers, the officials announced the following sums collected: Fayetteville, ?1,580.93; Snring- dale. $1.011.98; Elkins, S21.90: Tontitown. $19.78; Farmington, $5.83; West Fork $21.97; Lincoln, $83.71; Winslow, $7.89; Elm Springs, $5.09; Prairie Grove, $6.90. Card Of Tdanki We want to thank everyone of our many friends and our kind neilhbon. our church people, dear pastors and wives «nd nil that helped in any way, for thtir love, help, for the beautiful (lowers, for the ionjs. music and words of comfort. The prayers. Bible reading and sermon. Words can never exprens our heirtfelt thanks to all. in he loss nf our husband and father. Mri. Joe McCurley Mrs. Ne'.tie Laramnre and famill Mr. Montie MeCurley and family Mrs. Ronnie Long and family Mr? Joy Payne and family Mrs. Mary J. Harris *nd family Heartfill, Cliffie and Melvin An outstanding flavor--Junjje'i Roman Meal Bread. 11-18-tl Keep n» with Ik* Ume»-re* » TIMES «»U NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS Rate: 3 e*ntj; per word tlnflc Insertion Thrive consecutive ttuertiPDl 7 cents per word Minimum order 42c- ClMsified adi cuh in mdvine«-not taken over the telephone Deadline for classified adi. 10:30 a. m daily; 1:30. · m. Saturday Correctiont «nd rerun cheerfully made after first tni*rtion N'o corrections or rerun made after »d hai expired. NOTE: Advertiaini copy for other pages it due at 12 noon the day pre- ceedinf publication: 12 nnon Saturday for publication * on Monday intFoT T» Quiet Title In The Chancery Ceurt Of ..nhlngtan CMnty, Arkawa* .Howard N. Rheam and WHma Rheam. husband and wife, E*Parte Notics ii hereby given that there has been filed in my offics as clerk of the Chancery Court of- Washington County, Arkansas, the. Petition of Howard N. Rheam and Wllm Rheam. husband and wife, for th quieting and confirmation of. title in them to the following-described rea estate, situated in Washington Coun ty. Arkansas, to-wit: The South one-fourth of the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 31. the south one- fourth of the Northwest quarter o f ' the Southwest quarter ol Section. 32. also a part of the Southeast' quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section .11 and a part of the Southwest .quarter of the-Southwest quarter of Section 32 'more Barllcularly described as follows: eginmrig at the northwest corner.'of. said Southeast quarter of IhrV Southeast quarter of Section 31. nnd running, thence east 510 yards; thence south 50 yards: .thence vest. 397 yards: thence south 100 yards;* more or less to top of the bluff; thence: west with top of bluff 113 yvdi to the «*·* UM «f Hid ··outhnit quarter of. : th» Souih- e«t quarter of,f#eUe« Jl; thuet north'.ISO yard*, mor* «, Iwi, to the piact of b«^nninf-^xc»pt a strip » fMt wld«r««t*ndihf aiQJif ^ the top of the bluff, rimilni from the .aoutHwett corner of »ald last described Hven acr«, tract east a distance, of J13 .yardi. formerly conveyed' by C. L IM .to John Beaver; all in Township, li.Nacih, Range 31 T-'ejt.of the.lth P.^tf.. containing -in all .-27 acres, more or lew,. iltuit*' In the County of Washington and State of Arkan- ·U.' . : ' - ','"· AU persona claiming tny interest in said lands or any lien tharaon -are hereby notified to ' appear In · said Court within six («j we*k from-tht date-of' the fint publication: of this notice and show cause, if there * be any. as. to why the'title to said real estate should not be quieted and confirmed in-tli* petitioners in fee', simple forever, except as tb the Mort«fe on said, lands from, the - Petitioners lo the said Lawrence J.- Mttitreli and Mary E. MeistreU,.dated Februarys. 1952 which. Mortgjg« ^.appears cf record in Mortgage Record «4 at page 334 rhereof, of the ·· Deed 7 records of said County. ' · · ·. i v . ' v .-. Witness my hind and'seal oh this :oth day of March. ItM. · . ·- (SEAL).. . ' ' · Richard B. Greer · · Clerk of Chancery r'Court' . ' 4-u-lg.». e HOTICI · In Tfce l*re*at» Cwrt «f Wasfc.nft.Mi C«v*ty. ArfcMsav In The Matter Of The Estate v Of Alfred H.. Gregg, Deceased// .-' The address of the decedent was 325 West Lafayette Avenue, Fayett" vllle, Arkansas. The date of his death February 21. J9S2. :·-.' An instrument dated August. 12th M?, was on the 12th day of March, ·52, admitted to probate as the last win of the above named decedent. ind the undersigned have been ap- ·ointed executors thereunder. A con- est of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition 'ithin the time provided by law persons having claims -against thiblt.'duly verified. All th« estate-must exhib... MJ .«». tu , o the undersigned within six months rom the date of the fint publica- ion of this notice,;or they will be orever barred and precluded from ny benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 14th ay of March. 1952. Clara M. Gregg Mcllroy Bank! FayeUeville. Arkansas. 14-Z]- OHDER rv CM* Of «r.uM»fftM eevnrr, Arttamaa ' Amelia Rowland Thrower Plaintiff ohn 3, Thrower, Jr., Defendant The Defendant John J. Thrower. Jr., warned to appear in this Court ithin thirty days and answer the omplaint of the Plaintiff in the above ntitled cause. Witness my hand and tea! o.' this ourt this 27th day of February. 1952. SEAL ) · Richard B. -ireer Chancery Clerk ' 29 March 7-14-21-t Wonderfully Tailored Sue Burnett The most dependable frock In our . spring wardrobe plans -- the lettering shirtwaister that always Ives a well (roomed air. Shaped pockets and collar add a umart icw look. Pattern No. 8705 Is a sew-rite icrforatod pattern In sizes M, 16, R, 20; 40, 42, 44, 4«. Site 18, J',4 ards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, aend 30c In COINS, your name, addroi, ilM deilred, and tht PATTIRN MUM- IER to Sue Burnett, Northw«M Arkaniai, Time*. I ISO Art. Amtr- ten, Ntw York It. N. T. Bailc FASHION for '97 ii HIM with Idcai 'to makt your clothM budfet.fn further -- tlmt-tavlnf and economical detlmu that in HIMf " NDTICIT .Jotice is hereby given that Charles . Phillip* and J. Maurine Phillips, usband and wife, have filed in my ffice their petition seeking to quiet nd confirm their title to .the foliow- ig described real estate, situated in 'ashington County. Arkansas, to-wit: Part of the Ei of the Frl. NEU and part of the NEU of the SEU of Sec: «. described as follows: Beginning at a sandstone monument 30 rods West of the Northeast corner of said See. 6. and running thence South 13 degrees Cast 34 rods; thence South lOTi degrees West 40 rods: thence South IS degrees East M rodi; thenc* South 33 degrees East 28 rods: thence · South Iftlt degrees East IB rods; thence South VS\* degrees East 34 rods and 17 links to the South- __.,t corner of the NEU of the SEU of said See. 6; thence West 80 rods to the Southwest corner thereof; thence North 42 · chains 31 and V link* to the .Section line: thence E*et 11 chains 4t'i linkt to the beginning point, containing St.O acres, more or lesi: « Wit of the Frl. NEU .of said c. I, containing «M acres: Thfe _. Jf\\ ol the SEU and the NCU of the 4W of said Sec. R. eon. taining » acres more or lesa: A part of the SEU of the SWU and . a . part of the · SWU of the Et'4 of aaid Sec. 6. detcr'bed as: Beginning' at the Northeast corner of-sale* last mentioned forty acre 1 ' tract, anu .-running, thence West .T7.7S chains to the channel- of' a- · branch; thence South 61U degrees East 13.50 chains; thence North 85 degrees East, 20 chains; thence ' North .78 degrees East 4 chains; thence North : 75: degrees East 2 chains, end 40 linkt,. thence.. North 2 chains to the plate of beginning, containing-Kt.fil acres, 'more or less, all ih Township IK -North, Range 2*. West, and containing in all 200.08 .'acres, .niore''or less, AH persons haying or claiming, said real 'estate, an interest therein of lien thereon, adverse- to said 'petitioners are hereby notified- to appear in the' Chancery Court of/Washington County.. · Arkansas, within six weeks after the date of the first .publication. of this'notice, and show cause, jf any they have why the title of said "petitioner's should, not be quieted and confirmed. " ·"·'.'";, In witness whereof-1 have hereunto set my hand and seal.this 28th day of February 1»52.' - . (SEAL) . Richard- BV Greer Clerk of the Chancery Court . 2* March 7-14-21-28 April 4C NOTICE BAKE sale. First Christian Church, Saturday morning. 8 a_. m. at Cookji. FLAN; now to eat a real spaghetti dinner at St. Joseph's · Catholic Church Tuesday. March 25th. · Serv- inCi starts at 5:30 p. m. Bring your friends. · . · -±_' HELP WANTED--MALI SOMEONE to breik 1ft cr« nd prepare -for oati/ Henry Jarvii. Vi mile «outh of block .eruiher; louth 71. SOAfXONE to hire garden wlth^Tstm". 2B gouth W«lt Street. DISHWASHER. Heflin'i Cafe, South School. · .. · . ' · · MAN WITH PICK-UP for early mqrninf deliveries of newspaper bundles in Northwest Arkansas on contract Basis plus individual de- iveries to customers along highway; Apply by letter to Box No. 433, Fayttteville, Arkansas, giving name,.address, phone number, tjpe of truck. An interview will be ar- r'anged by mail or phone. 'APElt boys for the Southweit Amtrl- can paper · routt*. Phon* '. 43A. .(r write. P.,O. Box OS. .. .. YOUNO men wanted to 't»t ready to accept poaitions in draftinl. account- inf. electricity and dleael ·ildneer- Inj We 'teach you at l»ma In ipara tlm: and help Dlaea you. American School: Wrlta P. O. Box ]» Fiy- HELP WANTED--FIK4J.B RECEPTIONIST, wintatf,"Knowledge of typing and Iwokkeeplng required. BmbLtAOiD lady to heSp »il . help houMWork^and care of 1'children. Room,. board, aalary. 2 day! Sunday afternoon off. Phona HOUMKCEPCIt alao can for 3 amall chlMnn to live In. Phone iSO or 1711. . ' . _ WOMAN cook. Cailla Cafe. Highway Jl^forth. . ' HAU8MBM WAN Campos .NTtD HTVATION WANTED roUHo la boar« lady to do h«utawork7 Hoom aM salary. Fhone 1741J. 4m .How^ng, nu B. ftTlTnl in apin HIM. TMU tarnirtwa n-

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