Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 28, 1952 · Page 9
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Friday, March 28, 1952
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MOtTHWBT ABKANlAi TWM, fayMtvM*, ArfcmMt Friday, Ntorch tl, IMJ . Economic Conference Seen As New Cold-Hot War Move, - EtfoitTo Woo Capitalists . By LEON PENMEN Ser!in-(NEAMVe*t Germans, with' wistful eyes on trading 'opportunities in the East, attach con- tiderible ligniticunce to the economic 'conference scheduled to open : in Moscow April 3. · Huhr industrialists and businessmen view the gathering in the Soviet capita! at an attempt to "re-establiih normal trade rela- . lion! between the East and West." But according to Soviet experts in Berlin--long » center of illegal East-West trading-^the economic onference is Moscow's current · Number One psychological weapon in the hot-cold war. "The conference bids well to eclipse the Kremlin's global peace campaign launehtd by th* Stockholm Appeal to outlaw the atom bomb," West Berlin's Mayor Ernst · Reuter said. U. S. and Allied officials, working to plug major leaks of strategic . materials from Western · Europe .. apd .Germany, into Iron. Curtain countries, see the Rus-' sians aiming, at: Three Alms Cited 1. Circumventing.Western, especially U. S., restrictions on East- West trade in strategic war coods. 2. Enlisting businessmen, indus- t r i a : l leaders, bank.ers, .economists'' and merchants from th'* West in the. violent Soviet anti- U. S. .campaign. ' . , · 3. Splitting the NATO'powers . by exploiting the.economic diffi- culti|6» of some western industrial group*/; ' ' , In .the U. S., South America, · Western-Europe,'India, Japan and the tyiddlt East, the- Kremlin's "initiating'-^committees" are Preparing the ground 'for the Moscow · conference; Originally, it was 10 have been an extension of the Cominform's World'-.Peace C o u n c i l , - b u t t h i s sponsorship was dropped to avoid intimidating non -· Communists. New sponsor is on Internationa! Initiating Committee headed by Prof. Oscar Lange, a former Amer" ican citizen and ex-Polish ambassador to the U. S. '"Having failed miserably to unite, the workers, of the world, · the Russians now seek to form a popular front of capitalists," a prominent western statesman told this correspondent. Need Economic Aid Tils Russians need economic aid · from the "capitalist" countries to supply the Communist armies in Korea, Indo-China and Burma and to keep up the Intensive armament . of -he satellites. Tfce restrictions the U. S. im- Pflssa on trade in strategic goods --:'.h .lie Iron Curtain countries lias already seriously .affected the Soviet war industry.. \ slow-down In war production is reported by underground trade i;nion sources f r o m ' Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Rumania and East Germany; . . ' Moscow's satellites suffer from a drastic shortage' of tome, raw"materials, especially rare metals. Soviet "commercial" representatives offer fantastic prices for even small quantities on the' hlack mar- .kets of Berlin, Vienna and Switzerland. Major labor or^aniz^itionE the U.S., Britain and France ha already declined to swallow tl Kremlin's latest bait of "mo trade and easy profits," Nor ha 1 the Russians made much hcadw; with U.S, "capitalists." French Want To Go The Kremlin seems to hav« ha more success wth industrial .an business circles in Japan, Sou America and Westerft Europe. 'The Paris Le Monde, which fi auently speaks for France'i heav industry, sa id French ih'du trialists and bankers are be eing for a chance to go to Mosco\ In. Britain there have been d mands in .Parliament and by fo mer Labor ministers that the go 1 erhment participate officially the conference. Foreign Minfsti Anthony Eden announced th; private individuals were free to g to Moscow. . . Similar demands have bee made in the financial press Western Europe from Paris Stockholm. Soviet "commercial" sources Berlin say the Japanese have bee invited . to the conference "guests of honor." Some Japanes insist they will attend. Premie Yishidi is being pressured to sen an official delegation. Obituary CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phon. CalUei }iit r«7ftttTUl«, Arkintii Joplin Rtndtring Co. DEAD ANIMAIS REMOVfD PROMPTLY ·)uik Imltiry f*ryie Payitttvlll* 'Rtndcring Service Call Ui ClIIHt timltm Linda Kay Stophtnt Linda Kay Stephens, 10-month old daughter of Mr.. and Mr Thurlo Stephens of Snyder, Texa died Monday in Snyder. The bod has been returned here for biiria She is survived by her parents tv.'o brothers, Thurlo and Ervin of the home; two sisters. Dor »nd Carol Sue, of the home; th maternal grandparents, Mr. an Mrs. Seth Hughes, and the pater nal grandparents, Mr. and Mr Prenley L. Stephens, all ot Wins low. Funeral · services will he con ducted tomorrow' at 2:30 p.m. i the Pentecostal Church ,f Wins low. Burial will be in Coil ceme tery under the' direction Moore's Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Jami. A. Statlnr Funeral service f o r . Mrs. Jessi Arena Stocker, . Winslow, wh died Saturday, was cpnducte yesterday afternoon in the Epis copal Church at Winslow by th Rev. Mr. Lathrop of Fort Smith Brrial was in the Brentwoo cemetery under the direction Moore's Funeral Chapel. Pallbearers were Leonard Cen ter, Glenn Shaffer, Jack Stock burger, Jerry. Chandler, -Hugl Smith and Paul Stonesiffr. Mn. Margaret Miller Bcntonville - (Special) - Funera services for Mrs. Margaret Miller 78, will be conducted at the Cal lison-McKinney Funeral Home a lfl:JO · tomorrow morning by th Rev. Hubert Pearce. pastor of the Bmtonvillc Methodist Church. Mrs. Miller died at the horn of her daughter, Mrs. Marsjare Reiman, In Little Rock'Wednesday night. She was the widow of thi late T.' L. Miller: She and hei husband came to Bentnnville from Tennessee i n . 1913. She was member of the Methodist Church here. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Holland of Marked Tree, and Mrs. Reinian; two ions D; R. of Behtonville and Dick 01 Arabia; one brother, R. E Retchie of Little Rock; and .one «ist«r \liss Terry Lou Retchie of Hoi Springs. . Burial will be in the Benton- vllle, cemetery. Mn. Emma Lucille Dale Rogers -(Special) - Funefal ar- ·angements are incomplete for Mrs. Emma Lucille, Dale, 78, who died Thursday morning in a Rogers convalescent home where she has lived the last four years. STILL TIME . TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ABSHIER-BRYAN'S BIG ' USED CAR-AND TRUCK SALE WE ARE GIVING 100 GALLONS OF GAS with POSTWAR USED CARS ' "50 GALLONS OF GAS with. PREWAR USED CARS PLUS50 GALLONS IF YOU DON'T HAVE TRADE-IN AT NO EXTRA COST ALL CARS PRICED BELOW CEILING 1950 FORD TUDOR, Heater Seat Covers. .. 1490 ' 1950 FORD PICKUP, Heater, One Owner 1150 1949 FQRD TUDOR, Radio Heater 1190 '1951 CHEVROLET PICKUP, Heater; .1375 THIS OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 31, 1952, SO HURRY TO THE ABSHIER-BRYAN MOTOR CO. KM wffl bt tjurM ta ttw BttrMt. ville cemetery. Mrs. 1 Dale cam to Bentonville in 1934 from Roll Mo., where the was born. H husband, Scott Dale, died in 193 Survivors are a stepson, Lest Dale, Altus, Okla.j .two sister Mrs. Ella Myers and Mrs. Lill StoJti of Saint Louis, Mo. Reds (dim U.K. Not Keeping Reports Secret Tokyo -(If)- The Chinese Com munist Radio in Pelplng charge) tonight that the U. N. comman violated an agreement to clamp news blackout · oh prisoner e; change negotiation:.. The Re said a report of the March 29 se sion at-Panmuhjom Was given a British (Reuters) corresponde: who attributed his'dispatch to Tokyo source. "The American side rnust once cease releasing to tht pre concrete details concerning th executive sessions, the , broadca eaid. The Reuters Bureau in. Tok declined to divulge contents of th dispatch. It was not publishe here. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIME CLASSIFIED ADS Rate; 3 centf per word ilhflt in aertiotv'Thi**. comtcuttv* iniertion T'ccntf btr word. Minimum order 42 Claiiifitd adi cash in advance- taken ovcr'fh* telephone. · ·Dttdltnt for elaiiifiid aeU: 10:34 a. m daily; .t:SO.a. m. Saturday. Correction! and rerun cheerful] madt afttr first insertion, No correc tions or rerun mada afttr ad ha» ex pired. NOTE: Advertising copy for' othe pafes is d u e - a t 12 noon me day pre «edmf publication; 12 noon Saiurda (or publication on Monday NOTICES WARNINQ OMOIR In The Cha*e*ry Cewrt Of WethinKlM Cetmtn ArfcaniM Loll Arter Plaintiff v*. Robert Lee Arter Defendant The Defendant Robert Lee Arte warned to appear 'in thii Cour HI thin- thirty days and amwer th complaint of the plaintiff in the abov entitled cause. . ' Witness my hand and teal of thi Court thia 27th · day of March, 1852 1SEAL) Richard B. Greer Chancery Clerk · 28 April 4-11-1B MOftCP. notice It hereby given that Chaile R. Phillips and J. Maurlne Phillipi husband and wife, have filed in m office their petition seeking to quie and confirm their title to tne follow ng described real estate, situated 1 Washington County, Arkansas, to-wit Part of the E\i of the Frl. NEU nnd part of the NE',i of the SE 1 ,'* of Sec. C, described at follows: Beginning at · sandstone monument 3S rodi Weit ol the Northeast comer of said Sec. 6. and running thence South 13 degrees East 34 rods; thence South lO'/i degrees Weit 40 rods: thence South II degrees Eait 2* rods; thenc* South .11 degrees East 28 rods; thence South lO'/a degrees East IS rods; thence South · 2.1 Ii decrees East 34 rodi and 17 llnkB to the South- eiLt corner of the HE 1 /* of the SEU of sald : Sec. 0; thence West 80 roda to the Southwest corner thereof; thence North 42 chains 31 and V link* to the Section line; thence.. E«t Jl chains 49',i links to the beginning point, contain! nt 59.69 acres, more or less: The' Vf\ t ot the Frl. NE','4 of said Sec. 6, containing 43.58 acres: The NWU or the SEU and the NEU of the SW'l of Mid Sec. 6, containing an acres more or less: A part of the SE'/ 4 of the SWV* and e part of the SW'/ 4 of the SE'i of said Sec. 6. deser'bed ai: Beginning at the Northeast' corner of said last mentioned fort}' acre tract, and running, thence West 37.75 chains to the channel of a branch; thence South fills degrees East 13.50 chains: thence North U degreei East 20 chains: thence North 78 degrees East 4 chains: thence jvorth -71 degreas East 2 chairs «nd' 40 links, thence North 3 chains to the place of beginning, containing lfi.81 acres, ' more or less, all in Township 16 North, Range 28 Went, and containing in ail acres, more or less. All personi having or claiming said :al estate, an interest therein or eh thereon, adverse 'to said petl- oneri are hereby notified to appear the Chancery Court of Washing- County, Arkansas, within six eeks after the date of the first Ubltcatlon of thii notice and it _ use. if any they have why the title f said petitioners should not. be uleted and confirmed. In witness whereof I have hereunto et my hand and seal this 28th day of February 1152. SEAL) Richard B. Greer Clerk of the Chancery Court 29 March 7-H-21-28 April 4-c NetfM Of Filing Of PalitfM T* Quiet Title In The Chancery Ceurt Of WMhlnfftftt. C*unty, ArhaniM oward N. Rheam and Wlima Rheam. niband and wife. Cx-Pnrte Notice Ii hereby given that there u been filed In my office ai clerk the Chancery Court of Washinn- n County, Arkansas, the Petition '' Howard N. Rheam and Wilma beam, husband and wife, for the dieting and confirmation of title In em to the following-described real tatt, situated in Washington Coun. Arkansas, to-wit: The South one-fourth of the North- enst Quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 31. the south one- fourth of the Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of Section 32, also a part of the SoulhenKt quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 31 nnd a pirt of the Southwest quarter of the South- w a i t - q u a r t e r of Section 32 more fsrticulariy described as follows.: eginnfng at the northwest corner of said Southeast quarter of the Southeast q u a r t e r of Section 31, and running, thence rait MO yards; thence south SO ynrdn: thence writ 397 yardi: thence south 100 yards; morf or leas to top of the b l u f f : thence west with ton of bluff 113 yard* to the west line of laid Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 31; Ihenrc north 150 yardi, more or leu, to the place of beginning--except n atrip 20 feet wide extending along the top of the bluff, running from the louthwest corner of said last described seven acre tract cast a . distance of 1)3 yardi, formerly conveyed by C. L. Lee 1o John Beaver; all In Township id North, RunRr ,11 Vent of the Mh P. M . containing In all 27 acre*, more or leii, situate In the County of Washington and Slate of Arkansas. All persons claiming any Interest «ald lands, or any Hen thtrcnn are rchy notified to appear in said uri within six (fi) weeks from the te of Ih6 first publication of this tlcc end show cause, If there bn y. ai (o why the title to said real ate should not IK; qulotcrl and con- mrd In the petitioner! In fee «lm- e forever, except an to Ihr Morlga.t« ·aid lands from (he Pet It loners the Mid Lawrence ·). Mcliirell and ary r,. MvlatrHI. tinted February S, M which Mortgage appears of rer- d In Mortgage Record 434 at page 334 . of the Deed record i of said untx ·VUntM my hand and HI! on thii h lay nf March, 1M2. Richard B. flr«er Cltrfc *f Chancery Court 21*21 April 4-U-ll-ll-c OfTBRtB. lEAVINO for · Lot' AngelM ' 'abotif March 31st. Want three passengers, ·Kara ·upena*. 1'hnn* 1340W. 2 Ol| 3 ahare expense passengers to ·an 'Francisco, California. Leaving Monday, 31st, » a. m. Heffrence cx- cnangad. No booxer wanted. Anply Fairground Barber Shop, 62 Highway W»at. Dewey^getiourn. INRTKUCT10N COMPLETE your high school at home in apart time. Texts furnished Dl- plom^. Si claim. Send for 47 page booklet and .sample lesson (ret Am rican School, write P. 0 Box 370. FayellevtHe. NONET TO LOAN FHA HOME LOANS Low interest, long terms UTLEY AND COMPANY.' INC. ···' · phone 2203 LOST AND FOUND LOST, lady'* wrist watch, Court. Yellow gold. Call Vlckcr's I^aundry. Reward. HELP WANTED DINNER conk, apply.Hodges Cafe or phone IgSi:^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HELP WANTED--MALE THEN . . »nd moil of alt, I lotm yeur fresh, nnturnl b«i»uty," NURSRY WORKERS. 2 months work in Iowa. Transportation j paid for qualified applicants, ' A p p l y Empfoymont Office, j 104 West Canter Street. REUABLK mm with car wanted fo call on farmer* in \Vaitilnfton County. Wonderful opporfunify, SID to $20 in it diy. Nn experience, or capital required. rerma;ienf. Write today. McNESS COMPANY. Dent, A. Fret port. III. WANTED experienced mechanlc7 GooTl ihop. Will pay Mmt Paul _ pay above averaie for right man. Mmt have own hand Gibney, Prairie ·Heflin'n Cafe. tnolit. See _Grovr. M A LE "~~d IBi hrwiiVhe r,'""" Eputh School. YOUNG men wanted to get ready to accept positions in drafting, accounting, electricity and rtlcsel engineering We teach you at home in spare tim? and help ulnce you. American School. Writt P. O Box 320 Fay- cttevHIe. HELP WANTED--FEMALE RECEPTIONIST. KhowleHfe of bonlt- keepini end typewriting renitlrcd. Call IS. EXPERIENCED waitress. NishT ehlft. to 11. Apply Campus Grill. FOE SALE--HOME NREDS AT AUCTION SATURDAY MORNING, in A.M. Everything for your home, including s e v e r a l good studio couches, refrigerators, r a n g e s , wardrobes, bedroom suites, dln- ;ttcs, mnny odd pieces and one ot of miscellaneous. Conslxn your furniture to this sale and receive top prices. Always a. demand for good furniture. Hilton 3ros Auction House, Highway 71 North. Phone 1770. Brni, Vlas plnhT«f"*anVafi. Lewii Co., Inc. mque painted figurine limp,* an ramie clock*, also pair Call ealSJ between 1 p. ft p. m. IL _^^_ Hilt; B A mi L arid '"(fewer hulbi. ialr h«n1 figurine* m. end Tfinv nmndtree. Farm!njjtbn. nufaMAfJE f aleTfiiturriar' mofnTng at .gctHn'n Shoe Shop. Jefferson PTA. out whVa lou, will enjoy shopping and broui- in* In our western liquor Shop. A complete line n( all standard am staple brands, domestic a n d ' i m p a n Nt; J A C K HOLT'S FRONTIER TOW; North Fayatteviile. C A H I N K T model 111 vtrtomT rtrflo J. . . McWhgrttr, Hfihw; Phnng $25113. _ T \ . BERHY planti- Srvtral iTlmlt. nenr Far men' M a r k e t Saturday March 20. Wlnn'l Berry .""arm, Wr» _£o r\i . · IM hullu. KEYSTONE quality" mf .^t**i? Bros, Co. inc. Piano-ftabulit--SuiTn A VERY f i n e instrument prirr s*n monstrosities 3(137 J at a fal MOO Bout told . Hprinfd.ile 3201, Oxnrk Trout firm ' N»r Johnson ci«., brief cajcd. B-4 bifs. toilet kin. etc. A ' foot locker . O'nlte Cflit . . complete Un« HAMPTON'S ARMY BUnPtS IS BTOR PANSY plants, time to plTHtT^lfoToT hlootnlnc ol/e. 7,lc (lowtn. Glartlo hulhi. pnttp^ld anywhere. 33 in f0 ( liny'* Flo\\en, Highway ; Spuih. LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. HEARS for left handed people. Lewie "-«. Co., Inc. USED BASEMENT BARGAINS cdar chest, walnut waterfall . $34 50 otlaway bed with coll spring twin.eize J1250 llton rut 9x12 i. 522 50 flton rug S4"x72" J12.SO itchen cabinet , $23.50 udfn couch and lounge rhnlr $211.50 THE STUMP FURNITURE CO. B03 W. Dlckion _ _ _ · OD cast Iron lavatory. 410 Washington Ave. M 5 A V E ! ! n your furniture ot HILTON ROS., Hiway 71 North. Wide lection to choose from. Free arking. Bus every hour. W» give SH Green Stamps Phone 1.770 OR SALE OR TRADE 1ALL irrncery stnra Irndc. Phone 2:1]DM. ale, ot OUSK irnilcrs for inle or Imric for ruck. Phone J477L*. OR EXCHANGE ODD pick-up for common Inbor "or seml-iklllcd. Phone 2307W. __ )OD '3S Ford car i*nr**l f ew"iirrflit nn- mproyed Jfinrt, Ed Wndc, FjirmlnR- lon. Arkiniai. _____ m _^^^ m ^^^^^ ^R SALE- -AUTOMOTIVE fEKP, food condition. pracHcnlly new lira).. |495.fKi. Jim Mome. 1132. rj 'CHEVROLET coupe, or ifude for Rkrden iritclor. J, L, Rutltdfo, High,_p ff'xr.' dump bod. $17S,OQ Ihrevf, rarmlngton, tora rflh or "without nVler" planter an«i cultivator!, $.100.00 to |4M).(X. Would take caltla In trade. E. n. Jonei. Huntivllle, Ark. PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone 666. 708 North Block -Are UI · Hl'lM Ti«Hite»r . M Hel» ¥·« Mv* rOR SALE--AimWpTIVfc S T A U D A R F USED CARS For Qualify - Price '51 Dodge 4-Dr. Coronet. Gyro- Malic Drive, radio · and heater. One owner; 4,000 miles. '51 Chev. Tudor, Radio and heater, low mileage. One owner. Dark .green finish. '51 Ford Club Coupe. Radio and heater. Low mileage. Extra nice. '50 Chev. Tudor. Power-glide, ' radio, heater and white wall tires. 50 Ford Club Coupe. Radio, heater and overdrive.. '50 Chev. Tudor Deluxe, Radio, heater, white wall tirei. 50 Chev. Tudor Special, Radio and heater. Good. '50 Ford 4-Dr. Sedan. Heater and overdrive. 'SO Wollys 6-cyl. Station Wagon. Radio, heater and overdrive. Very clean. '49 Ford Station Wagon. Radio, heater and overdrive. 48 Ford Tudor. Radio and heater. '47 Ford 4-Dr. Sedan. Radio and heater. 46 Chev. Tudor. Radio pnd 1 ' heater. '41 Chev. Tudor. Heater, new ·tirei, '41 Ford Tudor. Radio and heater. -PICKUPS- 151 Chev. Deluxe Cab, heater. Low mielage. Dark blue color. '51 Ford "6". Radio and heater, 7,000 miles. 650 6-ply tires. '50 Ford 8'/!-ton. Heater. 2,300 miles. Like new, '50 Chev. '/j-ton. Heater. Good tires. ' '50 International Vi-ton. Radio, heater. Good tires. '49 Chev. Vi-ton. Heater. '49 G.M.C. 1-ton, Stake bed. Radio and heater. Many Othen to Choose From - W E BUY-SELL-TRADE Do Our Own Financing S T A N D A R D Used Car Lot Corner Center and Church Sts. IDEAL-MATTRESS CO Quality new ma'ttrtis and matlrcss renovating. Phone 3036 401 WES) DICKSON FOR RE.NT-MISCEtXAVEQMS FOUR room apartment. Mi block) o ·quare. Suitable /or office l u l l very joort for offict and home fo *mall fanlty, FIVE room bungalow, unfurnlshad |5 mlly. Hammond Kgal i.v Com pa ny Phone 7* ATAFffM E t.""3: "ro omT""p iTviite^Gin! and entranrc. 26 North Duncar Phone 243M. ' . . . ' · NEW 2 'bedrnorn" duplcx. ut "2ft4"~v'lr glnla. New schools, Un! varaity a; all new home addition. ; ·_ · UNFURNISHED liparfniant, for couple. Clou to nil Bhopi and Jlijsinesii dialrlcta^Phone^ 1MCJ. 1 fiXTF'A nice 3 Too^ ~f\Tr nislicd apiirT nicnt. Newly decorated. 1033 Nortl Up U SE~f b'r~t n C Phone "caT~~" SMALL, home. i*4Q.Cfl. utilities paTd __7ia South Collegp. Phone 569. 2 noOM and on* room furnished npnrtmonts. Phone I74B. VACANT"? 5 roonTTpartttient. $31 J272W. . . Electric refrlccr«tor. B 1 1 1 B paid., ttltl North Cofiegt NICE ftirnlihed npifinmnti prlvl , bnth. Sr« after 5. 20A North Block. I HOOM furnlihflr! apirlment. 31S nnl«ton. Phone M3. AVAILABLE April fint. nice furnish ccl brdroom apartment. Rockwood Apiiif'Invanti. Fhonc Zg.'i.T, ._ apartmtnt utHfilei RLACK Into 10-JR Dodge »ndin. one owner, low milr-inc, clean throush- out. 1'hone Jfi47\vT _ IM~s"ffEO-15i.i ftT body. 2 '*pSTiS\t. Low mile»ne, enfilne in txrellfnt condition. Sec Harold Morgan, Build. inn 38, Apt, 2, Terry Village, ' , , phone ?8.'i, , Mn, Harold fi nnd S. , Morgan FOR fiALE-r-MISCEU.A.VEOUt FOR hfirsalni in finod ftirnlturc, KPW- ing marhlni:!*, cnn utovcs. dremvrt. beds, mnltresBes. ftprinsi, in fact all kjnrii urcd f u r n i t u r e , cnll Ollie Tackott. Second Hand Slore, Hi»h- ?i! y -- r 'r jySS.V^CIlS'!^ 2 ' 17 . 111 : ___ 2 BOATS, one new. Pho'iie 2M~S or ^ FISHING hoiJt nnd »niftirT^1^fTM,ioori ai nrv/. AUo KOod w a l n u t and cherry Jiimhcr^Phone SOS. tfORSE Shaw'gnrilrn" TrKctor. 7hT- Ing model with 10 Inch plow, cultivator. plnnlcr. trailer, rtr.. $400.00. Al»o 2 wheH auto trniler, $5000. Phnnr- 2BR6n F A R M E R S 2 samt ai now Inlernalional Corn Planlors; 2-row. J9hn D»tr« Corn Plonten iorne a» new; 2-row. 1 7-foot International tandom disc; uied only 20 acres. Will itll thii machinery ot a reduced price. Come and tee these values, R.D.Whileley Corntr Mountain and School Phon* 1957. Fayi,,«v!l|«, Ark. ette. Private tinth. 021 5 ROOM " unfurnlihtd Phono 261EW. UNFURNISHED apaHment. paid. Briulti. ^Ph(nc 90*. N r\V L^? ^decofntt d "4' room unfurnlah · r d fl PJj/jffiP nit. ^ P jhi o n 7R4. UNFURN1HHKD .1 or 4 roni.1 flats with carafe i nnd utilities. Near square, 'hone IMMM or 70B Northi Leveret.! good unf urn fined apsrtmtnl Prlvn le entrance and private bath One block from W«»hi " " 121 Weit Lafayette. C«1| 1004J.- , ' , * NICELY furhiihed .1 !«W .VMnu hath, furnace hen I, hardwqpd fjpori, electric refriierator. 326 Watioh. Phono 9I4Y nOi -M unfurnl|ih*tj ipnrtment ( cor- nc Dlr;k»on · «nd North Locuit-- per month, ulllltlfii paid. SMALL H'TC- hulldlnK. .105 W«t Dick pnr month. !MC 'Jeorit 1 ' · '·- ' ' A.O2KCV. Phon«' - M6 furniihed ·v«IUb.«. PARKVIEW .-oom unfurnlihed $50,00. Sf.r.,00 Bandtx foundry Phone 8M · · ·: LEVERETT S i n g l e r p o m i |H month up. hnuble *10 month each pcrflon, Mcaii nearby. Phone 1171-J, UNIVERSITY APARTMBNTS. one bedroom, unTurniiht-d $57.50, furn- iihcd 172. fiO bill) paid. B c n d i x IsunJry *v«IUbI«. Phont Z5IOR or WANT TO K EN f T' . rW'rrYfred couplt, :Tr *Jurie hfth to tenth, four or five room unfitrnlih rd house, modern with garden In or within ton miles of Faycitfevllle. Prefer n a t u r a l cfl». Communicate James .*1. V/olf«, Fort Harrlion, PASTURE for plenty ".-^tcr. Phone_ PASTURE for cuttlT: Call Faulkner. Phone a»7J2. WANTED TO BUT WE ARE LOOKING well located home with few R on pavement, at · ··nilhlc . Principal* only, P, O. flox Arkaniait. ' ^ ^ __ owner, food s'or frooirT home Wriie K-4» c-o Timer Who' For Service Consult Your Classified. Service Pi rectory ALTERATIONS '.xrrni drcumakinf-- lallurprt bvlls, hultnns hullonholei. alt. ration Mra. "hlppa, S! North CoH.a. Phon, BABY SITTING WILL rare for children in my home, hour or day Mrs. Huih.y. 121 Uv · BEAUTV SHOP "Permanent Wavei a Specially'' Phone Its for appoinfmfnt, CO'l'VARb^tfitAUtV sh()P"~ Mi V/. Maadow-Phnnt 3Wi _M"ch. t? W-up_CoIdj.yiv« |3 u» - FHiCJUtrrS BtAUTY 9HOf RKMABLI WOKk ' Q:. N BlocK ' HhoM 7 ALICE'S B^AtrTV flftiP Now tip town T i E. Moillitflln 8L Alter Doric it, Phona MQ- C'OR.SKTIKKE INDIVIDUALLY drllsnfd fnundalloai and tnrglral supports. Vivian Qtttn, r«lslar«d Ill North Kilt. Phono ItU. HAULING Oil rllllllnf ay «r nfi u " FOR PALr--tlVESTOCK KOR work ' horiei artd : rir]jnf h$ri*t«, aee Jim L«trr at Hlllon'i talo Barn jnytime. RRRVICKH OFTERED ind^rtjijlr. Phone' I-IT7W .._ ._. ""L0*"**A"nj(*lift* by'A'prll _ ... with iruck. On t a k e - a roomi r j u r n l t u r r , Phonr 3'U7J. ' K'v"rtn r p*\n*. C7"K. { Phone J923W. _ IK you want your doJUr 10 1 ffiTi«rTb'»f ttn paint and rcpilr loh* w« Ptrty _St^rrnian. Phone 7io\V2 ' WILL ~«?i~ln'r " pVe"-5clu*nT "child~"hy " t h e rt»y hi my homt. Tarry Vllliii*, K.1 Box jartfi. ^ CONCRETE. h!ock or""ilon*"m3»onfi' or roncrelf lifirwn'li " ~ · - Lehni'in. PI FOR SALE--1CAL g»TATg A X3OOD ;4o Acnes ,o,caf.?d on; lute* . mail, mtlk and school bui Not far out from trad* achooj iradlnf csnfer. I60 acffi', in.^, pjf.iturc and m*arlm0. W U I * or more hetd of tittle. ·, .. houtc, IIM liaht* and propant-.i Good- lorse barn, plenty j(. wai 35 ACRi=S LOCATED on m; Z mile* Irom L _ _ ,.... .,.. el?nr*t] and In paifur*. 4 /o**rri houat, *rrii!l barn, broiler capacity far d.liOO. with automttic wateren. A good buy at only 'W.5M.OO, nail rout*, I«M thirf ^ ~, pavement. Moat lair*-; ':· tf xkic hont ~ for information. " 1 OND8 - ROADS - CLEARING -- OL1N KARMES AND KLL18 WILSON __ BUN-TIL'l num wlndoiv Free ei'lma Romh_ L c u s t " _ __ __ _ enetian bllnd» nnd"aJiimi- oiv icrrtn* int* swn'.ngi t Gabe Cct n*r f)i Phon. ifllfi ' ' M R E S S E S H a v e your Old CUlun or Innercprisg M a t t i e s ' R e b u i l t in Metier Than. New Free Estimate-- One-Day Sorvice Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO.. (Formerly LrwU Mattress Co.) HAMMOND RfAITY CO; Phont 783 f . Bacfcitrom Phdne SM-L'l ALMOST ntw one bedroom; horn*.-it- t*ched carafe, Meat rent house, 930 Holiy^ ghpnr_^iMW. . ..; · .., NEARLY THIS 28 acre fraci. trrn. well ..e#de,f pasture. . stock pond. «nd with * ntw. 3 _ . _ room morttrn home, iteel cjiemenli. --' "-- nice lawn and with J3 (full sinalJ plan, ithadc. Trtfa t located on a . , mil* from town, nnrt near eoorl flshlnr. Prlcf ts " _ _ 24 HOUR Hcrrutltchlnij, Plcollng, Covered Buttoni, Button Hol»t, Tollortd B«l;» and Bucklei. Sptciol Altenlion glvin Mall Ordtn. Satlifactlon or Money Rack. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO U S.B St.. Crttler Tlrtle .Free - H-J-S Nursery. Orecnlund DITCH DIGOING fOQTINGS~w A ( e r, (af. and nwer nltchn. i.ptic lank tin's. Dliaiiii M d b a c k fllllni .Call r«16 Bryet Excavating - Bulldozing picking-; Brush Rake . Pondfc-. Roads - Clearing H. H JONES. -Contrdctpr 33' K. Ufiyieile, B o x ' i 4 3 U. Sla. aThon« M8«, Fayettevllle FOR VoufTSooriNC"NEEDS-- Call II L Stewart Ronflns Contrnctor Also. Aabcsloi aidlnr Rome rtpaln Phpnc IDIIJ E X C A V A . I I N G , . B U L L D O n N G Gravel, Fill Dirt, Tap Soli D, M . P A T T O N Phon* 249 J. W . H I 1 1 Otiality Initallin ·PUMPS ·POWER Phont 24, W«t Fork n« SAtE--fcyAli RSTATT »Y owner. larcc B room houic on Cut M«pl« Btrcfl In WjiKhlnglon School dlntrict. Han automatic centra) heat. large . hack yard with plenty tit ·hade. Price reduc6d tor qulcti inle. down, balance llki «nt. vlty ^roifwi'hoUBWt' _ , ,_ _,,,, ntivcrt hl«hwai%"jmflt(l ( from nqiifartf; Phone 1J5K4,;·?_ · · ^-.- '.____ .. ·OR «a!e By owner, io ncre,/arnj7«i city Timlti. 5 room hilly morfrfn nouar, paymcnU $ ncr month. Sea L. H. .Ston»s : _Phnne ·«!82'"" PRICE REDl/GEbT : ACR£S. itane. veneer/.! btriroom "; hom«. all nioHern. a.fWO broiler/-da-' »aclt% f u l l y equipped/ clone-In tin bu* line., Prit-e 17,350.00-. ACRES, nice home, chicken hou.«ii, barrt, hmiiliful nhflrie, U mile from . pitvemrnl. Price 56,250. ·"" J The Broadhursf Co. 031 N. Cpll*i(c ' Phone 2«V Kventnii J. M. Tafrlll. 40J11. Elklns Ark. 5-ROOM-FRAME -BEDROOM frnme ranch type.· iMTg'e level lot 170XJ7R. on pavement Plenty of K n r d a n - ipace, nice luwn. Lnrne Kitchen with brcnkfnat ipace. Scrocn- ·jd porch. pepitr.ite dining room- Living room has **t (Ireplact, Sepnratc |«r»fe wllh rxtra work »nd ator- «gr upacc Lovely Httle home for outftnor Hvlng. fln-1 nn'y in.flril 00. KINCAID COMPANY- 506 · ' 1641 '".".'. V "2SHQ-R IATES ADOJTION . " . . . = ; *ARGC jot L'on»i*ltn«r of ont »crc pf xround (n thii choice locnlton, Br|ck residence ol live, roomi and -baie- mcnl--out bufldtnga, *ihls property In need of repnlrit and etc..-but H i KcllinK to clod* an estate and is 'A bariatn for iorne one who hgx vlilon and ingenuity and likei U* tonotM property. You won't appreciate .Ihli property u n t i l you hnv- i :pecicl It, The neiuhMorhrtd -nd the vte;v are FAyettev.ll«'* flneat. 62 HIGHWAY LOCATION DKSIRABLE 150 ft. (ron^fp on this busy highway. It's rifht In town. Jim two block* west of the two new school*. The attractive i rti\n bunsjiiow U itrlctly modern. Selllna at only |4,7S?. Completely furnf»h*(j with new furniture at imi.ll add,- tionul sum. OUTSTANDING O F F E R I N G HREK bedroom hiinKitow constructed In 13SO, Best of malorlal and workmanship. Lnrce lot (SO'^IJO'J in neighborly niburhan nelchborhd Th« convenient r. H. A, Tinnnce may be asiumsd. Total icltmg price only |«,MM.OX Let ui inow you Phone 7Si HAMMOND REAtlY CO. Kvt. Phone H. D. Hammond 1372 . J A. Jitrvti mow INVESTMENT SPECIAL VC havi just Kited this brand new duplex locitfid on Virginia Avenue. Rach a p a r t m e n t h n i tuo UrjtJ bed* room*, walk-In clnicf*. Die hath' room, diiappearlng (Ulrway. and a t t i c storage, extra lane living room, rombiniiMon kitchen and fiin- t t t f . Kirrhon also hfts farllltici for automatic wiiher. Thii building U InnuUted, hai metal Venetian shadfi throughoui, iiutomitlc cirrtiiBilni w n l l tat h f a t e r s . The price Ii tlX- 5M. The apjirtrnents will rent for anprnxinntflly I7S per month LET. US SHOW YOU TIUS TOD\Y Utley Company, Inc. RKALTOns LKNOERfl INSUftORS Call J J Pyeatt 2301 Rei VJS ; H. I. Ulley 2703, n«n IBOT tnofl flror shad*. Thf* ., .,. road. All rentes, i nnrt ncir 50or) 1C,WO nnd termi O V E R L O O K I N G FAYETTEVILli , C \ N r . , i i n i »! m'ile f r n m ' c U y liroiti. TT- 31 acrri. *tth 20 for ctmivj»Hf)n. "^ nearly all fenced Thii h*« * room - . · nGmfi. bem. gainst. City water ind /* nutur^l gas are avaUab!*." The Jo- '-..^ raiion I* iditai and with t tittle -Divine up win m«ko a good..corn- ^ mria^ 1 * homq. A'^ l * good 'ipat (or cuhdivtdlns, tMM NEWLIN REALTY., WKST FORK ARK ·'·:. ·· ;' H O'/VVES"' :1 Ouiett rufi'.irnan of 5 roomi on ht«- · ijcttuil/iil lot; paid nxvcrnent. 33SOO : 3v?n rnemi and two Hath* only : ??."ifln. Suitabte for duplex. M a tr«. 0*- **'« hcsu'l/ul eerner wilh . lovely . plantin?*, ffv* ropfn* nn-i brtakfttt room: biif briahl drive-in hissment. . rtiid*»i-n MI (urnacci pre'ty flrtptstftB." harriwond t'nor*. A re»l honi« at · ttiofirrst* prlc«. 'i- '*/"ih'n»tt ( n /»y*flua--just 'i block pf(:'^ *i-vpn gfntroiif rooms. f u H - b«{-' t " mint v'tth Kf« flr«rt fumncf* and ·*- nu'omn'Jp. tsnk. lotn of bu l ii-tti(,".'5" - .miM mvrmcnt, «-aiy v»ix ty^l rhiK"h-- 1 ichnots and town- Rflduzed -ii in ste^o 1 *. . · ; JC ^e-*.* 'hrct fivdrvem on bif Ifvel lot,, · , n*!d ruv^fiient,. «n TJrtivaraitj: . .firip M^Rli»fif nqti type with attached .!-. · r»fte-Mr* j 'J r eWRy, convtnlent to car^- mif, W U 9 0 - - · · ^ .., . fK^r^oliiui vlfw from Ihl* hindfomi,, n-"tr mv h*''*i| home. Diitant own-. **··-- -rhoolB and shopping dlitrlct* ' '- Unlver- · - -- . ^ * . . ; BATES^ REALTY . loo ·_ B»«Hinf JJM THIS ii:* hpme-.of; ... IT I lent localK $2000.00. fOR G.I. EQUITY /r 1 , large (Iv» room** "· t levtl lot. tx-QS ., f ..,,-., ,-- r ...--. ·rt"l*'7.W wMr*" . than rent-nn. a ttmlUr h«mt, * · *· ·--* . RIHER AGENCY!! Phone mi IDEAL chtcktn farm, Only ItSfW down for n\i acrei, hou*« atid 2' cttbtni. Inquire . Elmer Hatri4gt. JOrehtwood, Arfc. · · · ^. -JF ·· WO" A6l^ raTicKrfaW'^icrt^ «ela;1i io'- ttmo graises. beatdtft the other pasture, fenced croii fenced; wtttf**- hy at ream, and vprinii, U ee«n, t: ungtw cslvfi, 1 rvglpttrtd angu bullo " --inH tqulpinenl. « room. 4*4 ... hou»tB, 3 barni/; Ifw.fntn^ _,.. drive from rayftteviitt, -en nail/ milk, and school rautM;.. · MPE REALTY 1 Ovfer" Red Croi* Drui Photw !M*-»IJ--MM-* . -cU»(tliH your prpptrty-.. \ ; UUey a Company, Inc. ' £ cajr*. -LKNDEK9 I 2203, N t W . 1JJH4 AQUAnC f««t floor spaet fnclild* , inn Rarate, 2 hfdrpomi and ilfiu ; Ltrne livtntToom-*nd dining roonv, 111 acrtf of ttvgl (round with food * '. (^r»tnp|t. Located In ffiwd ntl|h* ' . borhood juit 6Utsldt city on P»y«* ' nirnt. Owntr cm teitet,'intener ilceorilipn*. Rcstonihtt 'pnet, 1 -' 1 .;"!'/· · c«u aeon* r«ucftt frith . -^ ·-, · .· CRAVENSC0.:.! Phone iwi L ' , _ - · . _ Phone 2J»i»fj ': DO VOU WAKT TO BUILO^ , OWN KOMC1 WE HAVE fACltll TIES Ton BUILDING BY PLANS FOR YOU AND CAN I ... 1SH THE LOT AND HNANCii ron FHAi-GI OR CONVZHTIOIT LOAN: 5)Cg US TOR AN ESTIMAT1 WITH NO COST OR OBLIGATION WIWN$ h REALTY CO, FAYETTEVILLE i PLUMBING HEATIN.G CO. i 310 N. Wrst Phont AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE Cpp | A Btttcr Plic* to Buy ? ^ | *-- *-'£' ': f I I If. Block DEALER Fk. Ill Kincoid 6- Co. · Automotive ·^·flri · Health and Accldtrtt* i_ · Polio ·Uofcilit* t WORKMEN'S COMPINtATJOJJ · Plate Glass ·Burglar^ Covered Buttons -- Buckles -- Belts I n c l u d i n g the New Contour ttltt In Every Stylt Cujtnm rinlshM And Re»ciy to W«»r th* ' S»m« Diy We Retolve Your Order. SfcH Orecn SUmpJon ivtrjrthlni .', McKeehan's Fabric Center i»* '

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