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NORTHWMT AMAMSAI TIMB, NiyMftvlllc, ArtaMM t*w4erf MÂ»i* Jl, IMI Obituary Dr. Mbwt 9. Smith funtnl Â«rvice for Dr. Robert C. Smith,' surgeon at Veterans Hospital who' died yesterday, will bt conducted Monday at 10:30 Â«. m. in the'Watson Mortuary by the Bev. Edward Brubaker, assisted "uy Chaplain James Burris of the hospital. The body will be sent to Columbus, Ohio, for. burial. Out-of-town relatives here for the funeral include Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nimocks of Columbus and Mr., Â»nd Mrs. J. A. Nimocks of Amtrilla, Texas. Mr*. Don T, Gray 1 Funeral service .for Mrs. Can T. Gray, 74, widow of the former dean of the University College of Agriculture, who died Wednesday at her home in WasUhgton, D. C.i' will be conducted tomorrow at 3 p. .m. at Fairview cemetery by the Rev. John Asbell. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery under direction of the Watson Mortuary. The body will, arrive tomorrow morning, from Washington, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rogers and Miss Emily :3ale Gray, the' spn.-in.-law and daughters. Mitt Mary Ophtlia Winton Pe|, Ridge, Ark.-(SpÂ«ciaJ)-Miss Mary Ophelia (Aunt Minnie)' Winton, 92,'. died-Thursday evening at her home at Winton farm near Pea .Ridge. Miss Winton was born in Bentort .Cb'irity and had lived nearly'all _her. life on the Winton nomeÂ«tÂ»ad! / \. ' . Â· She Hi:' Survived by several niecÂ«, including. Mts. Robert Harris, who lives at the Winton farm. Funeral service Was conducted this morning' at 10:30 ..'clock in the home .by the Rev. George Kleeb, pastor of the Pea Hlage and Brightwater ' Methodist Churches. .Burial was in Buttram's Chapel cemetery, \iinder ] the' direction of the Mii.ler Funeral Home. Births Mr. and Mr*. William C. Ward Mr. and Mrs, William C; Ward of Fayetteville announce the birth Of twin sons, March 21, Â»t the County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Shirl W. Ward Â· Mr. and.Mr*..Shirl .W. Ward of Fayetteville announce the birth of I son, March 22, at the County Hospital. Dr. and Mn. Â«oberi O. smith Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Smith of Fayettevill*.announce the birth of a daughter, -MÂ«rch 22, at 'the County Hospitil. Genuln^,Italian Spaghetti. The best you ever ate and all you want. Served at St. Joseph's Catholic Church basement, .Tuesday, March 25th starting at'J:i0"p.'m'. 1 Adverttte in the TIMES--I'i nÂ»Â« Norma's Beauty Shop SALE 50% OFF Cold Wire fc .Machin* 111 tar JJ-JH Mr Â«7.M lÂ» tar til fttttt CM (1 111 W. Call HI Personals Mn. Sam Couch and Mrs. Rhoda Mhoon visited In the home of Mrs. Floyd Broyles, Mrs. Roy Mhoon Â·nd MrÂ«. Andry Mhoon in Fort Smith ThurÂ»dÂ»y. Col. Â»nd Mrs. Guy M. Kinman returned Thursday from an extended trip through the East and South. They have been gone for about five weeks. David Cowdcn, Van Buren, has been named president of Newman Club, organization of Catholic students attending the University. Other new officers are: Nancy Scarbrough, Fayetteville, vice president; Nancy Jo Bedford,'Fort Smith, secretary, and Reed Donelly, Altoona, Pa., treasurer. Don Trumbo, Fayetteville, has been elected president of Kappa Aloha fraternity Â»t the University. Other new officers are; Don Chancy, Branson, Mo., vice president; Dick Chapman, Winslow,'recording secretary; Boyce Fortune, Newport, treasurer; Jerry CHaney. Bronson, Mo., social chairman, and Ed Boyce, Newport, house manager. Word was received here today that James Suttle of Fayetteville, a patient in i'ie Veterans -Hospital in Little Mock, is 'in critical condition. He' has been sick for some time and Mis wife and daughter are with him. Mr." arid Mrs. Frank Suttle returned from Little Rock a day Of so ago when his condition appeared improved. .. Announcements Tri DelU Moth*rÂ» Club The tri Helta Mothers Club will meet with Mrs, J, A. Williams, Tuesday Â«fternoon for i 1 o'clock luncheon. Modern Uttrttatt Club The Modern Liteartur* Club will meet Tuesday.afternoon at 3 o'clock with Miss Georgli Clark, 234 OÂ«rk. B.P.W.C. B.P.W.C. will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m., at the Civic Clubr'om's with the legislative cortnittee in charge of. the progarm. tort. Kyle Engler will speak on h*r trip ta UNESCO. Auxiliary, Of N.F.P.O.C. The' Auxiliary. 6f the National Federation' of Pott Office Clerks will mÂ«t at the home of Mrs. Kinley Johrisfin, 335 North Gregg Street, Tuesday lit 2 p.m. CAM PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phem. SeD*n nu FaTitttTtt*. Arktnm Joplin Rtndtring Co. Time for Spring Engiftt Tunft-Up if TttMHIp Hlfllll* liwi irakt UÂ«lnÂ» it AÂ«at bntttt it OeÂ«n an^ rtfwtk whMl korlllll rUf. .if OMÂ» Â·H-baMi Mr (!Â«.Â«- ahxl 'tf nviM ctallai lyili * C.aÂ»lÂ«Hlf Uktlta , fMHll Â·Ml WMjarMlNr momr mn iin* ir nmtNoniia III "MOW" FOR rOII MIVICI ANHKR-MYAN MOTOR (0. Â·Ytvr Friendly Hrt Slnw Ifll* Ifltenutitnal ftelatiana Group, JIAUW - ' : v ' Â· ' T h e International . Relations Group of'AAtM will.me^t -V'itH Mrs. J. E..y*Ue. Ilri4 WÂ«$i Cleveland ,-Â§trÂ«Â«r1tufSdÂ»y. Â«vÂ«ing' at' 7:JO -ejclocfc. 'Mrs.Â·'.?.; ft, Nal'ih'd will h*vÂ« chÂ«rne of the program, National Folk Festival Scheduled May. 14-17 The 18th annual National Folk Festival will be held t'-.is year at Kiel Municipal Auditorium in St. Louis frdm May. 14 through May 17. A search iÂ« oil fdt 1.000 men and women from all Sver the country who can sing old folk ballads, play f dulcimer! or dance a jig. Those desiring information are invitcrl to write to the National Polk Festival, St. Lnuis Glob:- Detnocrat, 1133 Franklin Avenue, St. Louis. This is the first such festival to be held under the auspices of the Globe ? Democrat. Thousands of spectators attend each year. Committee Chairmen Of C. Of C. Meet The chairmen of the standing committees of the Fayettevilli Chamber of Commerce met last night with Clint Walden, president of the Chamber, at hi^ home. Reports wefe. rrlade' on work completed and planned by eÂ»ch committee. Those attending were Heydon Lewis, John Barnhill, Charles Brannan, Wesley Gordon, Flptd Bird, Jim KayS, Hnrrell Hall, Clifton Wade, Webb Williams, Haskell Utley, John I. Smith, Allan Gilbert, Jr., and Bill Helnrickl. New Order of Nuns To Work In Belgian Congo Lcopnldville, Beliari Conio-f/P) -A newly founded order of nuns is 'undertaking, with the approval of the Vatican, to Christianise the Belgian Congo pygmies. Because of their shyness and lack of stability, they have so far escaped nny missionary work amort*'them. The Little Sisters of Jesus, have now established their first mission station In thÂ« Central Congo jungle near Benl. Their first task will be to nurse sick Pygmies brought to the mission hospitals in order to learn their languages. They will later move to their base camp In the jungle and vltlt the small settlements of pygmies. Ke*T Â·Â» whk Ik* Hmm--mt the T.mH* Â«atl?. Record Home loans To GIs About 25,000 Filed Each Month Washington-(#)-Trie Veterans Administration reported todiy thit i record $J,Â«14,000,OOfl was loaned to veterans in GI home loans during 1951. The Â· previous record was f J,JM,0(iO,000 in 1947. However, the VA noted that the 447,373 Gt home, ioanf made last year were fewer than the record number of-541,921 in 1947 and the 407,5M in 1990. When the program was (started in 1944 and 1945, only 4.1,258 loans were made, totalling 192 million dollars; The number jumped to 412,037 totalling (2,302,000,000 in 194Â«. The lowest year since was 1949; with ^78,793 loans totalling $1,424,000,000. At present GI home loan applications are running at about 25,- 0001n 30,000 a month, the VA said, compared with an average of more than (0,000 a month during part | of 1950. Auto Loaded With Nurses Hits Truck Cabot, Ark.-(;p)-An automobile hurrying five nurses to a tornado- stricken area collided with a truck near here today. The truck driver was killed. The state trooper driving the automobile and the five nurses were injured. Killed was Frank E. Barrentlnc, Cabot painter,'.whoso son lost his life in a highway mishap last December. Arkansas Slate Highway Police Headquarters said the automobile HELP WANTED--MALE FOR Prices of Fresh Frails, Vegelibles On Increiie Washinglbn-(/P)-Large Increases in prices of fresh fruits and vegetables, sugar-an* most grains pushed the Bureau of Labor Statistics* wholesale price index up 0.2 per cent in the week ended March 18. i The index stood at 111.8 per cent of the 1947-49 average, but still 2.8 per cent below the January, 1951, level. Wholt Business Section In Alaska Town Burning W r a h 8 e 11, Alaska - (/Pi - Fire burned out 21 business buildings eÂ»rly today and threatened destruction of the. one-street downtown section in this community of 1,200. No casualties have been reported. The entire waierfront side of tPÂ«j main street had been destroyed by 2 a.m., three and a half hours after the fire mushroomed from a hardware store. Firemen said a boiler explosion was the apparent cause. Officials of.the city, 800 miles north of Seattle, said the 21 razeri buildings were more thatt Half of those In the business area. A number of buildings in the path' of the blaze were blown up in',a Vain effort to stem the fire's advance. Oil Company Workers Seek Higher Wages ; Washington-(/P)-Next.ma'jof industrial labor dispute in line for consideration By the Wage Stabilization Bbard is the demand of oil compartj', workers for pay increases, organized workers In the producing,, and refining of the petroleum industry ar6 asking salary boot!: averaging about 25 cents an lipur.'Some 80 companies Have Agreed to grant increases about 3.4 per cent, or roughly 12 cents an hour. The possibility of a paralyzing nationwide strike in the petroleum industry is getting serious attention from responsible government officials. MacArlhurs Visit Two States In The South New York-(fl) - Gen. Douglas RiicArthur left Nlw York today for a visit to Mississippi and Arkansas. The general's party, including his wife and 13-year-old son, Arthur, stopped first at Jackson, where MacArthur is to speak to the Mississippi legislature. Next point on th* Southern tour is an overnight stop at Natchez. He is to arrive in Little flock tomorrow. Bnzil's inli-Red Drive Hits Army Â· Bio de Janeiro-yP)-From 17 to 24 Arrrty sergeants were reported under irrÂ«st last night in a drive to purge the "Brazilian Army of Communists. Gen. Zennbia els Costa, who is heading the anti- Red campaign, confirmed that members of the armed fofces have been rounded up, some of them in the federal district. Me would not nay whether, high ranking officers wfre included. "WoniOuil In Korea," Says Navy Secretary Manila-WVNavy Secretary Dan A. Kimball said today "something, will have tn he done" if the Korean truce talks fail. "We won't quit," he said. "We'd rather fight them IMere than in the Philippines or e l s e w h e r e later," DIAD ANIMAU RIMOVID WOMPUY TII Rreak Tradition Tokyn-(fl)-Crnwn Princt Aki- hlto, who graduates . from high tchool next week, will break a 2,600-year-old Imperial tradition by enrolling In a co-education university April 21. Armed Form Day Set W*shlngton-(yp)-Prcsldint Truman ' yesterday proclaimed Sntur- dfy, Way 17, as Armed Forces DaJ arjd dlracterl iovcrnriient offtclall to coopernte with elvll authnrltlei IH Flies. All the nurses were from Little Rock. W Killed In Plane Crash Accident Occurs . In West Germany Frankfurt; Germahy-(/P)-Foriy- four persons perished today Jrt the flaming wreckage 9! a Royal Dutch airliner in a Frankfurt suburb. It was West Germany's worst plane disaster since the War. Four of the 48 persons aboard escaped death, but two wore hurt so badly they are not expected to survive. The death toll was announced by U. S. Air Force officials who helped direct rescue work, they said the plane, a four- engine OC-6 inbound from Home on a flight from Johannesburg, was carrying 30 passengers and li crew of 10. A partial'passenger list released from Rome carried, the name of an American, John Bickford, but no address. The crash occurred two miles from Frankfurt's, big Rhine-Main Air Base, where the plane was scheduled to land. Cause of the crash was not- determined. The ship Was the one Queen Juliana had intended to use on her flight to Washington, where, she is to start a gtate visit April 2. Testimony In Purchasing Law Suit Is Suspended Little Rock-W)-TakIng of testimony in the suit which seeks to prevent referral of the 1051 slate purchasing law to a popular Vote has been suspended lor the weekend. The suit, an original action filed in the Arkansas Supreme Court, would invalidate petitions to refer the law, Act 242 of 1951, to the general election next November. The suit is backed by the administration of Governor McMath, which sponsored the act in the .legislature. '. . ESTABLISHED WHOLESALE DEALERSHIP OPKN in Fayeltevlllc nnri Springdnle for locnl man. Present KCOEJ cumin** Â· n round $400.00 month wiih ponslbte enrninfl* nimmt unlimited. Must own good *rdnn or truck, deliver nowipftpcri, solicit nnd collect. If you prolcr to mpÂ« people, make . friend* itntf nell, thii U a rare 1*1- porttmlty. Idea! for f n t h e r and ton work team. No invculment hul must mike *I.SOO.OO nurety bond. Write fully about putt work, cur, f a m i l y iiÂ«!uÂ» to Boxjyfl.J^Timt*. SoSiEOrTlflo Kir* (Nrd'e'rY with len'in _ 21 ' 5 8g"jl' Wc'l Street _ ^ S c h o o l . . _ . . . _ _ ' . ' ' MAN WITH PICK-UP for early morning deliveries of newspaper bundles In Northwest 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 or- ranged by mall or phonr. and PAPIJR hoy* for the sVuthwcfil AmrrT- can paper routes, Phone 43fi or write P. O. Box,TM. VOUNO men wanted lo pel ready lo accept pjslttoni in draftln. SITUATION WANTED YOUNO indy will do housework. Knom. bqarci nnd^ aoJary.^ Phonc_J^7413. FOR~saf'den pfoTwlhg. call, fl, Mo\ STOWj. JMM ~ BUSINESS OPPORTIlNlTt ATSTOST IIRW painf. wallpiin6r nnd gift shop. Choice localion. lih:Â«tl 3 'or man and wlfÂ«. Sfl.tlOO.OO, Owner going fo Alackn, .AlKO my rustic *n\vcri loiE, rnnch-slylc home, three y f R r a old. Choice location. In h c n u l l f u l netttnc. Three \Vood-hurnint; (Irc- placcs. Slfl.500.00. Write Box 41,1, ^HUKCTB. Ark. INSTRUCTION COMPLETE your high school at home !n snare time- Toxti furnished 131- E loina. No rlnsses Send for 47 page ooklet and snmple lcÂ»aon free Am rlcan School, w r i t e , P. O Box 320. ~ " ' MONET TO FHA HOME LOANS Low interest, long tcrmi UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. Phohc Â»203 tOST AMD FOUND. LOSl^Small soli tnl re" wh f t c sold d IB - mond ring. Sunday or Monday. Rc- ward. ApartrtiPrtt 9-A, Cnmn Nell Martin or write j^O. Box 1236. WILtj ]icra6n~\vho cxclian^scd Scrip to pen for Pnrkor SI nl Red Cross Drive Hcfidquarters plonftc contnct . 7D2J2. FOR SALK-5 REGISTERED Folnhd" CWnn ulllft. Weight aproxlmatcly 90 pniindB. _ Phono fiF22. ____ _ ____ PUIIEBRT?D O1C sow. bred to roT- i.Mercd niilp. D. F. .Brooks, Koule 7. Phone flGon.1. _ MODEL S-N J94if ram Vmclor A-I cohrillfon. 2 bottom M inch nlo*n. 2 row rprlng lypc cultivalor. Near Fait Creek,, iU miles north Slrick- __lcf Slohs._Hl!l_Shocmnkc, ~ ' lub'cuupo. Sc or .cmh. 203 East Ce ter, ^ _ PACKARD-WILLYS" Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone 666. 20S North Block Newbold Morris Sfill Seeking Subpoena Power 1 New York-(#)-Newhold Morris Â£a5's Subpoena powers constitute an "indispensable tool" nnd that he is making n personal pica to j win senators and congressmen to ' this viewpoint. The Senate Judiciary Committee denied him the powers recently. Morris, probitig corruption in government, declared ho is trying! in personal contacts with leaders I of Congress "to make them realize how important this tool is." Pea Ridge Chamber Plans Annual Dinner 'Pea Ridge, Ark.-(Spccial)-Thc annual dinner meeting of the Pen Elidgc Chamber of Commeice will be held Tuesday evening, ApHl 1, at the high school auditorium. Frank Mueller,, manager of the Joplin Chamber of Commerce, will be the evening speaker. Not white, nqt wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-- Â·Tunge's Roman Meal Bread.- Il-19-tf 1 Cost' tractor, plow, 7-fo3t mowÂ«r, 6-foot dlic and cut* tivator. 1 Ford tractor with plow. New 2-row John DfÂ«rÂ« planter, 1 practically n e w automatic bailer, John Deere. 1 Htcfvy duty tide dÂ»llvtry rake. 1 wagon with hay frame box. Hammer mill. 400 bushels of corn, 86 Â°-.l 4 derwood Portable typewriter*, uÂ»*d R?mln(fi(in and no-Â«l typewriters, uied fhftck w r l t l n i mnchine. Theie may U- Â»rcn at fnyeltevlUe HttÂ»l- "Â«'*Â». College. _ ONE lift c"Â« c n p a cfHT'incu \nt5fT~n HO 4 yrÂ»rllnjj geesf.. H. A. Burnum, 2 ^jn 11 c.i J'a M _o n lliÂ«hway is. ntlfrhAnn nnrT~7ioW( : 'i : ""huiht. H^m- CAKT~s7atT"3T"" Priced"l?So.06"wTlk"- out. Good Joa*e nnd option. Ymi couhl auction the f i x t u r e * for thl* nrtcr. Sft- at Ifl North School he- twprn 2 And 4 p. m. or phone I4B7V/ n f t c r 5_Pj_ni__. i fJJCE 11 cubic foot refriie'riitof." '3fl model. Sncrlficc. 2,10 Soulh Schorti, Phono 243QM. fl~nnAND~neW'wHlfe wnlf~L?eTMfTre7| 15x7:10, Also 2 13x7:50. B ply m u d l u j j Jirei. npariy new. Phone JflS. JUST firrlved. "Winicd colori "inTftT ro kitchen chairs, u t i l i t y ihblei, etc Automatic Appliance Co., H ' N o r t h _Block. LOVEBIRDS, benutlfitl cnlom T*"tltTn . age. 'Fhon l^ljlJ nr 1770, PArlSY'plnnm. lime to"jiian"t, vjforoui Glodlol NIVtnSITY APAKTMENTfi, A n t hf flroom unfurnlihcci t.'iT so. f u r n - i.ihflO $7234 Mill p.iid U e n c l l x licmtry AvÂ«!l*bl*, rhont UION or 3201 _____ j _ I'Ot -M iinfurninhc'J nparlmffn*t. r^r- Dlrkfcon nmJ N n r l h Ixicust-- m Â· jttf ninnth. uiniiim prtld MALI, ftÂ«?re huitdtnx, 203 Weel Olek- ifin-3.irt.dO per month. "See .cor.??" M v K I N N R Y AG2NCY Phone 336 ^ " " ' " " month ut Ooubl* S10 month Â«nch _ pp r_on_ __Mga jÂ» n?Â»rh.v. Phonr 1171-J. 'ARKVIE\V XrARTMl?HÂ¥ff"nnrhÂ»?(l- .'oofn unfurnished SSO oo furnlthcrf JR5.00 Sendix laundry *vÂ»!lnhlÂ« Phone . hloominr iiize. 7Sc dozen. titilbs. postpaid rinywherc. ,15 ' 10 Hfic __ PANSY _93.l . Ray'i Tlowers, Highwsy t _ crVepinij Phlox, " 1 ijnnti, Jerry'* , Flou-ei 1 )*. 43 Boulh PUMPS - PUMPS JET pump". pUton pUmjii. W* hive n l.irue Mock 0( reconditioned firit line pumps. From ','4 IIP to I'.i HP deep nnd pins in , without ptpc and I n s t a l l a t i ' .T. W. inn Elertrlc CO . , . deep nnd ihallow u-elli. Plenty mock, wilt Hell wltn or tions. CO. . .Â· . . _ Fofk KEYSITTNE quality IMA* In bulk Lewli Bros. Co. Inc. qillc .pplj cqulnmertt, Apply dirhpUt Orlll. 6S: Wcit Dlckion. Plipo--Bebuilt--SlrÂ«Â«mHnert VERY. fine, indtrurwsnt fÂ»lf South A price. Nft monÂ«troÂ«ltiÂ«Â«. too School, ,1IB7J. ..... RAINSOW TnoUt sold dally . Sprlnndnle 3201. Ozark Trout Farm Near Johnson. idlt cni*t, bflvf cJisci, B-4 tih**. Inllrt hill, etc. A (dot lcken, O'nlt* cll#i .^ _, .. complete ynf tPTQN'3 ARM* SJJRf-LUS SfORII IDEAL MAHRESS CO, Quality new maHreit and matlreu renovating. Phone 3036 401 WEST DICKJON ^ t n j M R S . S t n . p O . PhonÂ« 47fW. FOR KALI, OR TRADE HOUSE trfilieri for Â§ale or trade (or truck. Plione U77L4, Fdfi SALE at EXCHAlTdL em Lnnds: J30-Acre Ciritdtiiri River hot torn firm, Okfuskee County, Ok- iflhomn. In trend u-lthih one tfunr- ler dt ft mile ffbfn prddUcirtl wUll hai spcculaUv* oil value, will trint- fr part of royalty with died of nrdnefty. It interested eonlict T \V. WHllt, 17Q9.SOU1H Bt1uM*f. Tulu OklahgmÂ»._ Phpne Z^tlW,^^^^ _-^Â± 1 . FOR LtASt FOR LEASE Phillips Filling Station and Garage North of Greenland Phone 56-R-3, Fayetttville, or Writ* Box 402, Fayetlevllli OOOD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS inncn over tnÂ« teiepnone. ncadllne for claeilfleri adl: 10:30 a. m dally; Â»:30 a. m. Saturday. Corrcctlona and rerun cheerfully made after first Iriaertlon. No corrections or rerun made after ad haa expired. NOTE: Adverflilns copy for olhcr pagea It due nt 12 noon the doy proceeding publication: 12 noon Saturday for publication on Monday LEOAL.NOTICSS WARN I MO OMDKft ~~~ In Th* ChÂ«nc*ry CÂ«urt Of WÂ«Â«hin|tÂ»n CtMrilv, Arkaniil George TJoajrm Plftlnll// vs. Joyce TJosscm Defendant The Defcndnnt Joyce TJoiscm In warned to nppeAr In Ihls Court within t h i r t y rinya and answer ih^ complaint of thp P l a i n t i f f in ihc Above c n l l t l r n cause. Witness my hand and Seal of Ihl* Court .thli 21it d Â« y - o l - M a r c h . 1952, Rlrharrl C Orrcr Chancery Clerk 22-29 April 5-12 NOTICE . TRV liie nocwond ninln.i Boston Mountains when you take t n n t Sunday drive. (,ood home cool:ed family style meala--Topi In ncpEPTlONtSt wanted. K of typinr and bookkeeplnt: required Phnn . _ _ _ cook. Caille cnfc'.TlhJriwrTy 71 Norm. _ . waitress. I I . Apply Catnpui Orlll. WANTKP TO i BtTI 3,WIOR 4.000 tradv A broiltn iv*rifÂ« |u MHndi. PhÂ«nÂ« t 0prinff(TÂ«iÂ«. lifts Cnmtutv tO^RtNT f.' 'ANTED, 4 or Troom" house, girdin Â·pace.' itaMW evenirtKJi. LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. I I S A V E ! ! On your furniluro at HILTON BROS., Hlway 71 Norlh. Wide selection to choose from. Free parking. BuÂ« every hour. We give SH Green Slampj . Phone 1770 FULLER BftUSifK.S DEBUTANTE COSMETICS " l^^jj^^g tlndcll Phone 154 FOR SALE--MISCELLANroiJR Rcnsonabtc. P h o n c HOYS bicycle. MOW. _| VOUNG hens. 2~liIonkB North writ of rftirfjrottndi on Ccnltr" Street. Ell Rcnrrl__ property. ClTtCK spbclnti* H'ctUTlTocki," Jfl.flli--IM, l^nrnn lypc broiler I'hlrkii 11.95--100, pint postntfc. COD, I I V R (IcMvory. P-O Chicks, Box 2OTR, K n n - _inÂ»_Clty. Mo. __ HfunnVoilTrilnlna tnble _ p n i n j r d whllr. SR,og._Cfll|_2355M. _ DÂ«I,AVAI. cicclric *crenm nepurfltfir" lnr|c ulrc. Inhlo model. Kxcfllcnt condition. Used only nhort lime, Csn^he Bf;fn at l.INK WAY BTORK. MAN'S blcycfc. $iÂ»'66, Â£91 Eflit IJSck" 7 WAV door friinn. 7 qiinrt premure cnnner, tcA nl dlithcs, R o f h " meoi n?c1nry-lypi! dtÂ«k. iiohtl w n l n u t , $!0.00, (fnvfnport And Clmir. $WftO, *lU(iy dr*k fittrl f'hnlr, ilfi (Ki, n\I r n c i l v r hcdrrtfjni i-hn\t, ( I ' f i o none) rondltlnn. tittui nee lo fipprrciAte. Phone *7flW. noon, M:4A'-12:.10 I eve- ttrl, mfiitreÂ«,Â«. 2 rolT- Brvr~7lMle Privet *f with UM *mm rtM lhÂ« TIMTft .IftUf. retired cniip/eTJuhe f l f f h to Unlh, R ^ur or five room unfurnllhed otisc, modern with garden tn or within ten miles of Fayetteville. Prefer natural Â· faa. communicate James M. Wolfe, f o r t Harriaon, Montana. FOR EENT^-MISCEIXANEOUS " ^lOOM fur hi shed (i 0 Â· r tm*n i. d 6 wn - ainlri, Â£28.00, ulilltlcs paid, 428 Vin- ^deventf, pnoht S(*9J. 3 HOOM ftTfnffsn73*~~iitiartmeht. 5Ts Hnltton. Ph6he 51.1. COMFURTABLE C0tl*.|e, clone in. Ftmf roomt, hiih, ulcepini porch and leAe only to r l . . . Ntwiy fecon- , , raftc. ISO.OO .Lonlr l person. Phone 2381. ditinned. ~ t m . shower Â»nd enlriinc* .Mod^tri. trie rcfrlfcrillor Artd wttch.il', Qar* drn If v.-nn|rfri. SZ5.00. hllU n.id counlfc only. Hif hwMy 16 weit. Pnorn 1701. / Â· 0NFORNISHED ftpftrt merit, Â»ullÂ»blr for couple, cloie to nil ihop* itnd buslncM di-Mrjctfi. 13BBJ. NICK "bed room, prTvTte e"nTfÂ»nce. 20~1 Kniil Spring. Phone_2TOR. ^ * _nOpM7~^ u ' r n*'*n'ed i'purfitienT'' BOOM furntuhed n p a r t m ^ n t . Prlvftt- b.ilh, rcfrltferalor. lots of h(tllt*lni Htlla nnld. SiO.nfi mon timo from 1 p. m, to Jifi.od month See *ny .... _ 1 p. m, to R p. m. 22: South _Unlyersiiy.^ ^ TWO room un/urrTlVheil 7 "ftp"nr(rrient outside entrance. $25.00 month. 12. __MI1I ftlteet. !!EDRO"O"M. 2 Phone 70B. blocks from ifjunfe FOR RKWT--WIÂ»crLI.A,VEOt'(l FOR Â»ALE--REAL EftTATB porch Â»rtd room*. ' 1 at lower floor,- Beit location, phone ALMOST nÂ«w otiÂ« Mdromt. . Jtftal rent hyrt* fMnÂ«Â· l*iW; ^^ i 4 YKAR old mfld*rÂ« 2 twdroom h o . Venetian bHndi thr0UfhÂ«ut, floor furnace. Hardwood Hoon. )oti '.of roomy clnjeti. High Â·lÂ«viUon. Ccm- to County *nd , Vetertni , Phont 4.1M, u n* 491 Â· Â· Â·Â·' Â· IT ANTED TO BUT ALVES. ft mfTcV"Â«V^"7ffÂ«iiUmf'nejir M o u n t Cop Krhnol, ^nv Any e-xrepl Saturday Eugene R n b t n e t t e . Route h"o'm"e C L M c H n n t r l . Trre M f i m n i e i m . t f n t r n r i n t f . call Kn job (QO umiiH. _2I3U. __ ff[A~CTOrt Bardcn'p' EXCAVATING - DULl 1 ONDS -- ROAUf) - CLKARlNC; -OWN K A R N K 3 AND ELMS WILSON i ""W 2 6 I 9 J J Â«i m Â· THAT IITTLE PLACE IN THE COUNTRY , JUST (he place ftf/ iomÂ«c*rtÂ« *_......_ . In live" in "th* cflimlfy. K.lt'ri'^JiJL- cÂ»nvcm?ncs* of town Uvinf. Modin^h tjs li rofjm home OA 2 *or** of lÂ«n (Jood ilrppiaca In the com/ortii Jtvint room. A nice kltchin ' huiltirw Plenty of cloiet and _. ftltfl jipAce. Knctoied bttek pdrtfh- _ irr.or all very rticeJy decoi'Ati floor furn^c-. Hardwood fHWrt. ft ^;-rci IrvH Mnd. well hÂ«flflf), 2,000 Tiroflftr r i p j c i f y , automiilc wÂ»Â«reri, CtEy lelfphnnt, city wutfr, natufil Â£.41. An excellent value ai iS,56t), lr r TM'S COMFORT YOU WAfij TIfKN you'll liitft thl^' rrtiJd*trn . Â·tyle noma north ol the Untvi dmflcf. Th* Ilt-ins roorrt ii ,, r-.i in toftly Blowing knotty f^ mmforuhi* b*drrftm. * biter* u-Kh H i n l n j xre.i that f* handsome, rnmpnrt *nd well *rnnjÂ«d. Mil I'nnfllra.v neat. OnÂ« acre 61 I*vI **Â· land. CiraCe arid workshop nmtcti*iÂ» :: Â· !Â»M or dwelHn*. A home IhjT* , r (Â·n^y lo li^'r in--airy Â· to own^ 15,500. --* A LOW P R I C E D STOCIC FARM 'f. 51^ ACHES ntn.tly opÂ»n paituri lar^I."' W f l l - lof^icrt Plenty flf watÂ«f. S . PrlÂ« J12.000. Frfe fiV Ccc per 4l llM'f! your Old C i l t o n or Inncrspri-iR Mallrcsn Uphuilt In Hcltcr Than Mew Frc*. Estimole--Ono-Day Service Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO, (Formerly Lewis-Mattress Co.l 120 So. Eaat SI. Phone 2774 BULLDOZING""" Gravel and Dirt Haullni Tune nroa, Co - P h o n o . I 5 H J and TO5J N E W L N V Y E L L u. s 7t South Dili -'1)3 24 HOUR ON Hrmilllchlng, flcollng, Covirtr) luftoni, Button HolÂ«i,'Tailored Btllj and Bucklti. SpÂ«clal Atttntlon gjvin Mall Orderi, Satisfaction -or lock. Money SINGER SEW'NG MACHINE CO, 18 S.E. St.. rÂ«Kttfvlllf Lnnriscapft Kstlmnt^ Free Phone si'J-2 icr Brother,! Nurnc 1 si-ttti air rqCTIVGS-wÂ«tÂ«r. rtllbhri. teptie Â· itflK Mitt 0l|Â«ln and hack Â·""- - Â·Â· -*" Â·* -' Dnvll (Illlnt Oil JIM. BrycS lÂ«l Bry J.W.HIU ElEOftlC CO. Quality lnilallÂ«rÂ§ PUMPS Â·POWER rÂ»honÂ« 24, Wtit forit Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roods - Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor 537 E.-latnyUlt, Btix i43 U. Sla. Phone 1480, f aycttcvlllc rwo BU5IN6SS iBrti LOCAWD Â«fl aalBnilHfHWJOW hÂ»A. a. four room Â· modttir apartment. A: Ifllal ol OnÂ« v Â«CrÂ« offround on C" huty South 71 eornÂ«r,. May bÂ« (raf? chaÂ«cd tOHsther or "leparatdy, : -'Â· 62, HIGH WAY IQCATIOM, ; :~ ''r.6lKABt.tl IM n. Ifontaft'on t*Â« huay highway. It'a rllhl In toii~ juÂ»l tr?o Jilockl wÂ«Â»i of the two hi Oil H. L Stewart' Hootlnf Â· ccmtnetor /Alio,--Ar- Â· Â· - - B U It DO Z I N G OfOVtl, Pfl! Dirt; Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N Â· Phone 249 3Y owner. Just four blQckii , old hnuÂ»* frttm .univorBity. Â·chorjjf. The Â«ltf active 4 room bunt- nlow is Â·trtetlt modern. Etlling it -onlr M.7W.M. Con^kttly, .Iw^W.U with nÂ«w furriitur* Â»t ffmftu.toM* tlonÂ«J *um. . * ; .' . :.'.-. '". .. SUY-.TWS ;f.H.Ae;iV EdU/ffc ~*yy tnti nrie five, room btififaio*. Tnll lmmÂ« only fw yearreid a*9 -hai Ilo4r furnaeti hardwood flflflfi S nit 111 rtaldrM you expect In Jto elfef hornet, PlxhUnu only IfllJ monthly. - Â·Â· Â· Â· *'TM , LH Ul ihtjw HAMMOND Eve. Phone H. D, Hammond 13T8 , J. . . ,(HW cash, balanco, at J37.57 per onth, Dflv* bj J02I leveret t Or BY owner, jtrlclly modern 1 room nntlvc ntonc hotnC, located 3 mttei nut Highway 16 en*i. Natiirnl aria, Jnnlirol floor furnace, bascm^ni; h*rdwotifi (loon, flrcplnCe. Venetlin blinrii, rock nanine. One a/ the best weJIf in Ihe eotinly. Had 4 broil*f. homes with CHpncity of 5,000. Aulo- mit tie wAleferft, f u l l y fjUlppSd. Miike UltfAt bYoller fir layer *etlip, 7 nrrcK level fertile *nil, F*ric*d Â«hd rross fenced, xfock pond, burn nfifl laying house .12.500 will handle, bal- f nce cnri he paid like rent. Will sell urninncd if (leered, fltaion lor iellin*, doctor order* chanjje,of al- ittudc; If you are interested in own- Ing A country home w t i h city convenience* In * lovely neighborhood. It will pay you to InvcHl^ata this p f f t c e . n f once. Real Ks:a*.e nien are welcome Id show ihla place. G, fl, Hale - Phftfie .M7W2. Â· ._ 4 ROOM modern, "WÂ«r~l62, $4.76fl"fÂ». ' HOOM modern, Hughei Street, Â«.fiOO.Â«l. 4 tlOpM modern, South Locust, 33,500. ' ROOM modern. North 71. J.,200. Addington Reol- Estate Phono, MW jM~Hishway 45 east with \; ttrt iBhd-w,5Â«i.oo. Lo*n 18.00000. Wilt cohMdcf (food uied car In jiart rfown payment, "See Oeorne" "McKINNEY AGENCY Phone ass ' . Who's Who For Service Consult Your Classified Service Directory ALTKlVATIONS 3" "ROOM furnljhcd _Jrmth_Kchoor. Phone KX'TifA nice apftn room tnrnuhcd *; aparl- Norlh neni, Newly drcornied. 1033 T ... inTrcoL,..- only. Ift2 HIM Rireef. Phone 1flÂ«Â»W Inhed downMMri apartment. SOS N o r t h Collc-ift. Call S4IJ FbUlt room apartment 1 V"bTnfkT"n/f Â»fntÂ«re Suitable for office lulfe, very ttmrt for office and home for imall f a m i l y , FIVE room bungalow, u n f u r n i i h e d , j.io mtly. Kmi'IKNCY a p a r t m e n t , furnlihert, $5(1 inlly. Hfltnmanti Realty Company Phone 783 fflcVLY"7iifnliHid"z "room Iptrtment _wiih prjjaift^hajh.^pj^ifre^joiw. 2 rVdb'M"hoiwe to puny InternljTd In yard work. I'honp Â«QIW. AVAirXhl.""AprirC"Klcrthrtft morn furnuned jipjirimeni n? rÂ»it ,L*. lB,vrHe._ t'honft J.5WVV' KOUfi room a n Â» r ( m f n l , f(7"nlorki ntt inn.r*. iiiltAhie (or office iiilfd, V f r y Kond fof n f f l c A kill hrtme (Or ifnkll TMRKll! rftom modern Â»(iiirlm.'nl, ntilill*! fiftm. 940 meththt.v- riVR room OUDM.OW, unfurnlhtÂ«a IM . INI . Hammond Realty Company Phone- IIOHE mendlm. Moore'i out Shop EXpFfll 4reÂ»iÂ»liTnT-- ialiored tÂ»flÂ«, button^ bultonhold. aHrrallnn. Mrl. PhlppB. 514 North Cof.ene Pbone R A BY SITTIIN'O WlL^ Vn^e^/nt children in my hour or d*y. Mn. Husru'y. 621 Lnv- n 7^^^^^^^ ^ pv-Brfvvs ^ wi ^ 8HOP _ _ sfibp "Pirrmiinent Wnvci * Specialty 1 ' I'nonr IfiU .(or appointment . "Meadow--Phone 30M Mach J3 SO-up Cold tvava 5 Up a, n ertix Ofeaaoli J9 PKlUKJtirr'S BtAlfTY rfHUP RIU.TABLI WORK N Â»l6rt _ _ _ H n o n * _ Now lip (own i\t R Mountain fit Alice Ddrseit. Phnn* 020 CORftRTIEHR INDIVIDUALL SPENCKR Y loun'tiiilnn and aurilral lupptirta. Vivian Clrfcn. ncoti-nil Ciirirtlirf. :iÂ» North E HAULINO Kaullni DÂ»y *f niiht Glenn Mr I I3TM. E X T R A SPECIAL! ( THIS Cimpua Front .property--Thr4* nnnrtmrnt*; 3 rooma ind buh; tV6 .Tpirtmcn 1 .*. 2 roomi sh.iring bÂ»*ti; Diit'iinutle JEM* hell, Jar**' robntf, P"rtr't locution; lot *0 by SOO A- M-VMT vahir* far 'illSW. As tnsM- c.i'eri. "KKTHA nPECtALi" THIS 25 rnntn Cumpus Front property -.vlth *rvÂ»rfil i)iÂ»Jl*. Â»UtoM8Uo |Â« (ftnrrfiicd hot water r*tltdtriri-hc*i- 1113 plant; idtfvl for r f a f i r n i t y Hou*Â« or rr-rnhlnaOon home and Interne. Woutrt cont JSO.ooo to rÂ«pttce, incidd* Infl tot worth W.COB.' N a n - r e i ' ' ' ' rjVfMt offrrt for nJmoit h*If. 1 "j.'if Eagle, Rcallpf. i .-Â£ PHONE zsi' . , ' "Â·_ PETITE - SUBUMAN . j .'. ONfc a'cra on (lit Id,'niÂ« 6iaÂ«Â«t-- finrt; 3 room HOUH about 3 Jwrt om, cily K-ator, niluriit Iti. A *s|l WHEELER REALTY COL OHfK TMÂ»ttr Â· BldÂ«. ""Â·?Â« m - * : ' ~" THESE HOME fLUS INCOME--a room bestoi aldlrllf. -elcM-lnl newly :?*Â·- ilcccrÂ«tÂ»d and Ifl Â«xcÂ«llenl condition. Plus lovely IKraff apartmcTU. . WUl Z728J or 24J1W 'dOOD VAlUIT" COME--* room aÂ«- 3 nr.DnpoMS Af*n DEI . , nld. ifi baihl, ulllll* room. attÂ«cÂ»- rd (nraie. On lar* lot Owner JMt- lnÂ« Fayetteville, and mull lell. Wet pnnelad 0Â«rt, .Wv*ly corner Inchrcl aÂ»raÂ«e. Kr.it* UrM kltd. In Â«kcÂ«"lÂ«rit nliihMrnooS" con* lent to WuhlntTlon School. I14,5Â«| KINCAID AND COMPAQ- l two bloci : orjlf. The Â· w. is Â«trlei wcaiofth tfAcnve 4 r rr,ANfi FOH YOU AND CAN KIRM Wffl. : \fotfRMm$K LOAM. SEE U3 rOR AMMTIMAn WITH NO COST OR OBUGATJOR WIU(|S.|5LT|jCQr .HEADQUARffRS FOR ' BETTER MOMHS ':' I-OVELY.rle* ihtt.Â« lniilrOorn hÂ«rfÂ»!Â«B pavement and convenient -to.*^Â£U fchooli. Beautifully-AecdratM' cM- tral heat and " - Â»11.000. Lit BUY O. I . ' _ Urto ! rdolr, , l*ratc. Level lot KiJX, -line Itt. lafdenlnc On pavÂ«rnÂ«nt at ed(i.Â«tT.' town;. Belter hurry, ltached flrÂ«. Oofr Liberal loan Â«vilUbl4. a n Â« v i . . tqUlty lor $2.000. N*r; fiatn Dome wllA att.chM . vel Idt KiJX, -line on pavÂ«(ftÂ«rlt at ed( . ter hurry, : RITTER AGENCY Â£ 34 -it t, Centre. MM liiÂ«Wof 4MJ .,.' " " e ramuvuie. *n" (otd roid. 120 ncrel OMD land. I Â· Â·prlnli, 6 room, niodtrn IMliie, a food itock 'arm.. UrK barn, prlcM" .rlÂ«ht. - Â· - ' . . Â· 10 ACRES tin lilfllwfty, 2 Ma^doAi nftr hoU:, 161fln( tMi. ail .fenced, crlnf and alock pond, to tclti open land. 13,zmi w i l l ' M l ! with tractor and attachmenta. cattle, iheep attd furnlltiw. S13.2MOT. J. P. PETTEY PIONEER REALTY CO. i llutiway 71 South In aprlnidate, Aiik. AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE A Beltet PllÂ« to Buy U N. Black DEALER Ph. FAYETTEVILLE "~ PLUMBING HEATING CO. i 510 N. West Phone WO M u q h Kincoid cr Co. Â· Automotive .Â·Â·Ffi" Â· Health ondAeeidtnt'; Â· Polio Â·LiobiltV Â· WORKMEN'S CpttHHaUTtat Â·Plate Glow Â·Burgldr '