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HK liizik T«w MiHir M bnk By The Auaelited Press Fortune at last has begun to frnll* on Steve Bidiik, 22-ycgr- e!d rookie righthander of the .Philadelphia Phillies. Ridztk turned in the gem of his career yesterday at Savannah, Gi., as he pitched the Fhils to 3-0 no-hi» v'-'ory over the St. Louis Cardinals. "I didn"t 1.,1,-ize 7 had a no- hitter going until the seventh when I started trying to figure how many hits thsy had," eaid after the game. Ridzik up from spring." "It was the first no-hitter 1 ever pitched. I was using a fast hall and a curve, alternating them with a palm ball which I picked Jim Konstanty this Willie Jones played a big part In the victory. He came up with two great fielding plays and socked i two-run homer in the Phils' three-run, eighth inning. Until the eighth rookie Wilmor "Vinegar Bend" Mizell of the Cards had U.A. Basketball Team Holds first Spring Scrimmage Th? Arkansas basketball turn engaged in its first scrimmin yesterday under tht ccachini of Glen Rose, newly appointed Porker cage coach. The |amt wis marked by free-wheeling offtnsts on the part of both sides with » abundance of plain and . fanfy shooting. As th. scrimmage session! have been set up by Rose, the squad is ... divided into four teams which will Hogan in the field. play a double round-robin schedule during the spring workout period. The "A" team played the "D" team yeserday with the "A" quintet winning a close game, 59-52. As Rose explained it, t-iis arrangement will give every boy fix games to show his ability. The coach is only asking the players blanked the PhU, on two hits, to: use Vhe single^st offense! Be- DickJBokelman was the victim of yond that they are on their own. The members of yesterday's winning "A" team were Gene Lambert, who scored IS points, J. W. Walker, Jerry Smith, Carroll Scroggins, who topped the afternoon's scoring efforts with 19, and Leo McDonald. For the losing "D" team the players were Don Trumbo, who scored 11 points, Orval tlkins, who netted 13 points, Walter Kearns who made 15, and Johnson Gunn and Bill Sailer. Today's game matches the "B" team ajainst the "C" outfit. Membership of fhe "B" and "C" clubs is: "B"--Norm Smith. Joe Telford, Raymond Shaw, Joel Lucke and Gene Bradley. "C"--Norman S m i t h , Dale Lemon, Marvin Adams, Floyd Sagely, and Tryon Lewis. Baylor Nips Hog Golfers The Arkansas golf team, playing the Fort Smith Hardsenbb'le Country Club course as the home links, dropped a 31/4 to 24 decision to the Baylor Bears yesterday afternoon. It was Arkansas' second loss in two matches this Ft. Worth, Texas, to spearhead i EeaE °n and the first to a confer- the Boston Red Sox to a 9-3 en £ e team .triumph over the Cats of the Texas League. ChlMx "B" Team Wins Two the Phils' uprisjng. . The no-hitter was the second of the spring. Jim Ilearn and Mont* Kennedy pitched the New York Giants to a 10-0 no-hit victory over the Chicago Cubs on March 17. A's Blank Orioles, C-0 Sam . Zoldak and Bob Hooper almost pitched a no hitter for the Philadelphia Athletics. The duo held the Baltimore Orioles to one hit in a nijht game at Fayetteville, N. C., which the A ' s won, I «-0. Ed Kssanski, 580,000 bonus player of the Phillies, spoiled the bid with a sixth inning single off Zoldak. Bv.ms Trounce Braves, 7-0 Chris Van Cuyk of Brooklyn also turned in a fine pitching job as the Dodgers trounced ' the Boston Braves, 7-0, at Montgomery. Ala. Van Cuyk worked the first seven innings and Clem I.abine finished up. Van Cuyk has allowed only one run in 27 innings. Glints Snap Losing Streak The New York Giants scored their first victory in eight starts against Cleveland by beating the Indians, 5-3, at Oklahoma City, Okla. Larry Doby and Al Rosen homered for the Indians. Grand-Slam For Dropo Walt .Dropo Clouted a grand slam homer in the first inning at The Chicago White Sax' "B" team.(wept a double-header from Dallas of the Texas League, e-0 «nd (-5, at Dallas, Texas, but the main squad dropped a, 5-4 decision to the St. Louis Browns at Ban Antonio, Texas. Tommy Byrne went the distance for the Browns and scattered eight Chicago hits. Byrne featured a game winning seventh inning rally with a double that drove in one run and set up thc tying and winning markers. Bhckwell Keats Nata, 3-2 The Cincinnati Rcis made it three straight over Washington by nipping the Senators, 3-2, at Wilmington, N. C. Ewell Blackwell went the distance for Cincinnati ind yielded seven hits including a two-run homer by Sam Mele. The Reds scored all of their runs in the fourth on a homer by Wally Post and two-run single by catcher Joe Rossi. 1'tnks' Morgan Goes Route Tom Morgan became the first Mew York pitcher to £o the dis ·nee as the Yankees edized Atlanta of the Southern Association, 5-4 In a night game at the Cracker park, Mickey Mantle and Yog Berra · homered for thc champs *vho won the game with a two-run rally in the ninth. ence team. For a short time it looked *« Snead In Lead At Masters BY Three Strokes Auftista, G«.. UPi - Prefttsioaal goiters and other folkj who ari supposed to know say Ben Hsiao holds a mental bugaboo over Sam Snead--that Sneaa can't win with But as the Masters Tournament today reached the third round, Snead seemed well on th way to defeating Hofan right where it hurt the most--in a major tournament with thousands looking on. Unless Hogan can get his al. leged hex back in working order or unless Snead falls badly off his pice, Snead will set a new Masters record, Sunday with strok«» to spare. The Virginian, by way c? West Virginia, yesterday ehot a 87 for a 137 two-round total. That was good enough ly three strokes to pull ahead of Hogan, who repeated with another 70 for a 140. At Snead's present rate, he'll give the 72-hole par of 288 on the Augusta National a rough spanking. Tied v.-ilh 142's were Tommy Bolt, Jim Ferreir and John Revolta. Among the 143 shooters was Johnny Palmer who had a 74 after leading the field with Ray Gafford after the first round. Other 143 men were Jack Burke, Jr., who also had a second round 87, George Fazio and amateur Harvie Ward, Jr. Gafford slumped from his first round 69 to ail 80. Araujo Punches Out TKO Over .nowise KH uimrn ISPORTS ARKANSAS TIMIS. Faytrltvlllt, Arkpnicn, J Saturday, April 5, 1952 leal Parlies" In Purchasing Act Suit Named Governor And Welli Said Involved; Case To Continue More Charge Account Buying In 1951, Reserve Bonk Says Si I. Eighth red era I fippprvo In th* cti.it rift A Couple Of Captains i New York-m-New York television fight fans across and the jerry Coleman (left), New York Yankee infielder, takes » check on n**u? h i °' Ted William ». Boston Red Sox outfielder and base- oall s highest salaried player, as (he two took their Marine phvsicals ·t Jacksonville, Fla., which both passed. Colfman and Williams «re eserve captains in the Marine Corps. ( A P Wlrepholo) did more charje account buying in 1051 t h a n In 18.10. but made fewer installment purchase', ra- rinrln the St. t.o;ii» Federal Htltrvr The bsnk, in iti monthly re- perl, laid overall credit h'l.vine d u r i n g the past year wo« at about the same rate ill )n IBSO. Little R o c k - M ' i - A parade o f : And "conjitmeri .lyjparentl.v paid ivltr.es.vs will be ivsimerl .MimrUy [ i h e l r b i l l s more prom'itly In 'iBM'" m the suit seckmu to |,:.-v;nt a I t h e h a n k Mid it Ir-irned f r n m 'a popular vote on thr 19,',! purrhas- | survey of 104 rrt.ill store, In the ln« act. A t t o r n e y s ar.sued polnu of procedure bnfore Jir. f u l l Si preme Court .vesfnlay. During yesterday's session, an attorney for the two Fulaski Coun. ly taxpayers who filed Hie suit i s.iid t h a t thc "real parties" in thn ; f u l l are Governor M c M a i h nnd . J o h n K. Wells, n l , i ; t l c tiork pub. ' Hfhrr. Wells spearheaded t h e re,' ferrnl movement. Thr ,-ict u-as sponsored in the legislature by M c M a t h a d m i n i s t r a t i o n [nivrs. Following t h i s *tii(*mcnt by Eel- gar Belhell, a Fort Smith a t t o r - ney, the court: J, Authorized Special Cnrnrois Nt proflli of member hanks in thr district were 2n m i l l i o n dollars In I M I -- about two m i l l i o n » reroul hizh cross income ef 137 million ell/Mam, the report said. Incorofi taxe* took about 73 per '·ml fit the incrt.Merl profits, th« bank stated. i IIR district covers Kasx»7ir:Mis- soun and Arkansas, Southern .'i|i- nolj and Indiana. Western ,}Cen- tueky and Tennessee 'an* the nort,,western section of -Mississippi. ~ . The'bank reported that department store sales in the djitrfct last wi-clt'werr 23 per cent Shove thosfr for the comparable 3* ;ep last year, chiefly bcenuse ai thc earlier d»le of Easter in IBfi. The sains for the wrek wein .12 per rent at Louisville, Ky., ZJ PIT cent at Memphis, Tenn, (S 20 . . , " . c,,^ al i t l ^ l l l ^ j l l ! ^ , 4 C ! 4 I I - , a (l" ica iimn the yo;ir hrfnre -despite I per cent In «vp n umaller clttsk Women's Feet Growing But I Look Smaller In New Styles f Ry DOROTHV ROK (AP Women's Hlt«r) Women's feet h.ive jrown mnr« t h a n I h r e r f i ; r j in the l.iit two but Illey look f'n»I|rr Waynn Upton to take- i-vi- '" "" now a i r i l y constructed shoj sioner dencc in all countie:; of tlui stnte, i ( n n : l s t i n f l rather than in 1'uiaski County' a lnl ." alone; denied a tequcsl for a .sum- I Prairie Grove, The PTA met Wednesday JiiJht. at the Hhc.i Cornmtmity ffcnsR i w l l h Mrs. Hav Cornwall prcKlflmi. wispy ttraps, M r s ., ..- rsnk , ) n l m M , m .^, as . sn '" a »d " tceterinc heel. Mrs: E1 country have had their first look at Georgie Araujo. They may have seen the next lightweight champion of the world. Rarely has a touted newcomer come through in a fashion to equal his pre-flight raves. Thc 20-year- old Providence 134-pounder did just that against experienced Charley Hiley of St. Louis at the St. Nicholas Arena last night. Icy calm and fast with his hands and feet, the Negro lad handed the 28-year-old veteran a neat shellacking through the first eight rounds and stopped Mm in 1:09 of thc ninth round of the 10 rounder. There were no knockdowns but Araujo stunned Mcy in topped Charlie H'Doubler and I the third, eighth and ninth rounds and Jerry Kolb downed E. B. Gee, I Unbeaten in 2'4 years. Araujo the Hogs would come out on top. The number one twosome of Tom Raney and Mike Clifford finished its 18-hole stint against the Bears' Frank Barksdale and Jack Wester- :ield with a 2'4 to H edge gained on Raney's victory, Clifford's tie and the Arkansas team victory. But. thc incoming Baylor number two twosome won both individual points and the team honor to edge, the Razorbacks. In the second foursome Bill J a m e s Records Fall As Big Field Tunes Up At Texas Relays Jr. Jarnes and Kolb H'Doubler and Gee. tripped Paige Fined tlOO San Antonio, Texas-OTVSatchel Paige, veteran Negro pitcher with St. Louis Browns, was fined $100 for failing to show up for an exhibition game Monday night. Henderson Coffee Team Wins Women's City Bowling Meet One of nine teams participating In the." Women's Annual City Bowling Tournament, Henderson Coffee Company, paced by Mattocks, with a 204-535, blasted a 2584 pin series to capture the title. A trophy will be presented to the winners at the annual banquet to be held in six or seven weeks. Wall Street Esso Station landed In the runner-up slot with 2490 total pin count and Tri-State Sales Co. took third with 2391. Teams April Sports Card 'April 4--Arkansas baseball lean vi Oklahoma A. and N hert. Arkansas Itnnii team T Okla. A. and M., at Still water. Okla. Arkansas gall team TI Baylor, at Hardscrabbl C o u n t r y Club, Ftr Smith. April 4-5--Arkansas track team a Texas Relays, Austin Texas. April 5--Arkansas tennis team vs Tulsa, at Tulsa. Okla. Arkansas baseball learn vs. Oklahoma A. and M . here. April 7--Arkansas baseball team vs. Winona, Minn.. St Teachers, htrt. April I--Arkansas baseball Itam vs. Winana. Minn., St. Teachers, htrt. Arkansas golf team Tulsa, at Tulsa. Okla. April ^Arkansas baseball team w. Butns Vistt. Iowa College, here. April 10--Arkansas baseball tttm vs. Buuia Visit, htrt. Arkansas Itnnis tttm vs. SW Missouri Ttteh- ers, htrt. I Wall Street Esso 2480 I Tri-State Sales Co 2391 I L-P Gas Co 2371! 1 Llchlyter's 2345 ! Silverman's 2337 t Medoswee.t Dairy ___! 2303 I Tyson's Feed Hatchery 2287 . O. K. Milady 2281 Sunday afternoon at 2 and 4 ·'clock eight doubles teams will tompete and sixteen singles entries will vie for individual honors ind prize money. Entered and scores are as follows. I Henderson Coffee Co 2584 April 12--Arkansas Relays, htrt. ,, . . , . ,, . _ . ,, .... April H-Arkansas bastball team vs. Illinois, hire. April IS--Arktnsas ttnnis ttlm vs. Okla. A. and M., htrt. April 17--Arkansas golf team vs. Rice, at Houston. April 18--Arkansas gq'.f team vs. Texas A. and M., at College station. Arkansas baseball team vs Tulsa, at Tulsa, Okla. Arkansas track team at Kansas Re!»ys, Lawrence, Kan. April 19--Arkansas baseball team vs. Tulsa, at Tulsa, Okla. April 21--Arkiniai golf ttam vs. Ttxll, htrt. April 23--Arkansas tennis teani vs. NE Okla., it Tihle- guah, Okli. April 24--Arkansas bittktll Ittm vs. Tulsa. htrt. April 21--Arkansas biubtll ttlm vs. Tulsa. hire. " Arkinsn tell turn vs. Okli. A. and M., htrt. Arkansas trick tein it Drake It e 1 s y s, Dei . ,,.. Molnw, Iowa. April :i--Arkansas ttmjlt tttm vi. Drurf, ktrt. Arkioit ftlf teim vs. T.C.U., it Fort Worth. April J--Arkansss folf teim vi, S.M.U., at Dallas. April JO--Arkansas bittbill turn v* Ornihi U., at Omihi, Nebr. I Konno Wins 220 Free Style New Haven, Conn.-(/Pi-John Davles, Univcrsitv of Michigan lefended his national AAU 220- fard breast stroke championship ty swimming to a new American recprd in 2:29.1. Fred Konno, Ohio State's 'Hawnilan star, won his lecond national title, thc 220-yard treeity]* in 2:06.4. BOWL FOR HEALTH fun Btnton Bowline Ijnea. Adr. »WT1H VMHtlM HIM' ·tnern VlHlM*. ». GAIE COOPER Ml I*. LHMl racked up his 29th straight victory and his 29th knockout, although it was of the technical variety. His record now is 42 victories and one defeat. He avenged a decision loss to Dav Blanckard in 1949 by belting out Doc in eight weeks later. rounds six * Austin. Trxas-(/Pi-Fivn new records alrciuly were in thr books and the huge Tcxns Hr-lnys field went after more today ns a t t e n - tion centered on The Rev. Bob i Richards and his efforts to knock down the world's pole vinilt mark of Cornelius Wnrmenlam. Richards lljra In from La Verne College of California shortly before ho is lo put on a domonstrn- Twin-Bill On Tap Baseball Teams For Porker, Aggie The Arkansas baseball team is scheduled t o meet Oklahoma A . . . and M. this afternoon in a pair o f , 0 1 1 t h l 5 'if 1 TMTMTM. He will corn- seven inning contests. The Pork- ', c "Sninst the university-college ers had their season opener yes terriay delayed because of wet grounds, and the Poi ;" I class vnultors hut only in Ills do- , ^ v nd Cow.1 Wnrmmtom reached in 1!M2. His poke coaches decided to make the p o l n t s won l cnlml *nd he ' game up this afternoon Arkansas mound still undetermined M ·/·'··· , letter the Texas rdn.vs record of i'-i feet 21,.;, inches set in 1040 by ~ " , . i ' ' -i L f- ';· n choices were \ Cmrx HasniUfsen of Oregon h l c TM rr L'"e'! Only colic,-;!,,,..; can compete in the according io Hog coach Bill For- ! ,,,,. ,,. ... 1 roll. Walter Kearns, Edsel Nix Manager Angelo Pucci feels his phenom is ready to meet lightweight Champion Jimmy Carter right now, "I'm going to post a challenge ard a forfeit check with the N York Commission in two weeks," said Pucci today. He said if the commission wants Arsujo to fight Paddy de Marco first he would sign for that match providing it was stipulated the winner would get Carter. Card Rooki* LOSH Eyi St. Louis-OT-Injured left eye of St. Louis Cardinal rookie pitcher. Bob Slaybaugh, was removed in an emergency operation. A«yerUa« la the TIMES--It MT«. and Charles Brown were almost i sure to see action, and Ferrell indicated that others might get into the pair of games, too. The first tilt Is scheduled for 1:30, on the new field west of the tennis courts on the University campus. Junior Golf Tourney Slated For July 11 Pine Bluff-yp)-The Arkansas ! lays. events of the Texas Rc- ndefinte bond stration forces: authorized Upton o decide on whether signature on a f f i d a v i t s were admlssable a evidence, and denied a motion ' ntervene by Rep. Charles Smlt of Crittenden County. Smith's mo ion sought to have costs incurre y state employer, In preparing th ase charged to the bondsmen. Burglars Strike Oklahoma Towns Search Launched in Panhandle Area Forgan, o k 1 a.-Wi-Pollce officers In the Oklahoma Panhandle hunted burglars today who robbed thc First State Bank of Kc.rpan of and broke Into firms Thursday Junior Chamber of Con- tourney for boys 18 i will be held at El Dorado July 11- nut the crowd Is going to he watching him more t h a n anybody plsn. Richards has gonn over 15 feet a couple of dozen times, his best height being 15 feet 4% inches. Kansas, Oklahoma and Ol-.ln- homa A. and M. showed best in the relays. Oklahoma A. and M. freshman sprint medley relay te.nm hung up a record in the j u n i o r college-college freshman class. This quartet of Freclrik Eckhoff, Micky Milburn, Charles Foreman nnd Bill e of 3:33.6. nmerce R o l f ; Ue.-ml turned in a t i m e 13. John E. Miller of El Dorado, chairman of the sports committee state Jaycoe said the four MASTER OF THE MASTERS? . By Alan Maver offy t-OCKE, ' i ITM'"! " heat t h c m ' nnl ** by Victoria | (Texas) Junior College in 1951 by ' a tenth of a second. Neville Price of Oklahoma won this broad jump in the university- ±.r?±If YJIJJJI'JJ.. 11 . 'I?.' 2.V ! ^'^^"^'o'klaSa^S ; university class sprint medley re.-' I lay in a time of 3:28.6. Not white, not wheat, not rye. but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Hread. il-19-tf ene jene, A u s August. "' Kee. on with the iiiocj--read Ihc TiMKS rt.illy. $554 In silver other business night. Cashier J. G. Cafky told police the burglars hacked through the v.iult door of the Forunn bank and rlflcri several safety deposit boxes. . The Coldwater Hardware Store, across the street from t h e bank, lost $100 In merchandise in a similar break-In. At Guyrnon, 60 miles west of Forgan, burglars lifted $58 from an automobile agency and 20 cartons of cigarettes from a supermarket. Burglaries alto were reported at Texhoma and Hooker, where approximately $700 In cash was taken from drug store, Hogs Lose To Oklahoma Aggie Tennis Team, 6-0 Stillwaler, Okln.-HPj-The Oklahoma Aggies tennis team won every set yesterday in sweeping a dual match from Arkansas, 6-0 The results: Bill Danner defeated Charles Crigger, 6-2, 6-4. C. J. Hlxson detested Jim Porter, 6-3, 6-2. Dick DeWatteville defeated Bob Snyder 6-1, 6-2. Budd Thompson defeated Tom Cnker, 6-4, S-2, Danner-Hlxson defeated Por- tcr-Snydcr, 6-0, 0-2. DeWatteville - Thompson defeated Crigger-Cokcr, 6-1, 6-3. The people of Easter Island, lonely South Pacific speck, saw their first airplane In 1951. Deck Shoe Corporation, which produces more t h a n 5,000,000 pairs annually. Moreover, the little woman will be able to afford more shoes this year than at a n y time In t h e last generation, says Glaii. who points out there has been a sharp drop in leather prices. Americans buy about 480 million pairs of shoes per year. Women buy slightly more t h a n four pairs per year and ircn slightly less t h a n two pairs. Just us a matter of contrast, the experts point out :h»t in Russia thc average shor consumplon Is Iran than one-half pair per year, Workmanship Required Though there is less leather in women's ahoet, lh«y represent bigger bargain than men's sho» with their bl» hunks of leather «n turdy soles. This is because then. « «o much workmanship require! n a woman's shoe. More than 15i eparate operations are require; o t u r n out the average piece o cmlnlne footgear, r.aya Kcnne, ant manufacturer must turn out tar nore styles. Pop usually is offered a choice if two shoe colors, black or brown wo or three toe styles In his lav- Tile oxford and a minimum o nm. This suits him fine. Whut he rants Is a pair of shoes'With lenty of food leather that wfll be omfortable and stind the fiff. Mom, on the other hand, txpeeti o try on at least 50 different .yles before she settles on an pen-toe sling pump or a sports- rpe wedgle. She may take in a umplo of her new suit fabric, to latch (he color exactly, and she ill be offered at least four basic eel heights, a variety of leathers id »n endless number of stylet, he average shoe size of the Amcr- an woman today Is 7',4B, com- ared with average she · some ears ago. Births Mr. and Mr«. R* r HartVn Mr »nd Mrs. Roy Hayocn of Fayctteville announce the birth of a son, April S, B t the C' .y Hospital. Mr. and Sirs. Clifford War* Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ward of Fayetteville announce thi birth of a son, April 5, at the City Hospital. hi tin TIMM--II Hra Hciulltul Colon Alk r»r D»l«ih. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. PH. mi » ( ,. t i ,. ,,. Homo Demonstration Cluh served refreshments. ; Sjt. Weldon Pr»!er, who" has I een serving in Korea, Ij visiting his parcota. Mr. and Mrs..Bon Prater, on leave. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wood have it' turned to their home at Portal-;, N. M., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Adams. Dnr.ny Cook celebrated his seventh birthday with a line party SnturHny. Guests were D a l e Gib- ncy. Terry Davis, Jerry Duck, Tony Cunningham, Gordon Wray, Butch Walnwright, and Johnny Cook. The General Circle of tbl Presbyterian Church met, TBuiday afternoon at the church. Year- 30oks were filled out and'Strain- Ing class for officers held. 'Mrs. C. H. Fenimore presided.'* ·' The Evening Circle of the Presbyterian Church met with Mrs. Sam Brewer Thursday evening. The members voted to send * box of Easter clothes to an orphan supported by the circle. Mrs. Lon Moore of Cane Hill was a (uest. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Arley Brooks, Mrs. T, P. Harrison, Mrs. W. N. Mattlson, and Mrs. Oscar West were hostesses to the Joy Bearers Clasa of tht Methodist Church ThunMay at tht home of Mrs. Brooks. Thm««-H Club met Wednesday mornJnJ ai (he school. Boys stud- «d ten-acini, while the title learned how to model dresses they had m«dt. Li Nell Marshall won first pile* In sports dresses, and Mar- firet Glllum first In formal-. Mrs. Caswell Wilson, Mrs. R. E. Pyt«tt, Mrs. N. L. Brooks and Mrs. J, 8. Sharp win be hoit*«es o the Study Club WednweUy afternoon at tht home of.jyi. Wilson. . . ·'".'.' Mrs. Jeff Sharp is a pttitnt at 'ayettevlllt City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Al Mayer'of Ok- ahoma City, Okla,, are visiting Urs. Mayer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kost. i Why your lace stays smoother longer when you use the new Thl* »»w etMB e»»i*i*« lAute* Utor- ·ol* Itut priVMti CT*«JI drylaf M your tWf« whii* y«M *h«»», Tlut'* wb C * I Us* Orir l*fcm«l. !· UTHU M MUtHUJS ·srt Shaving Cream i Fill ladslMlKo w ails yew MM? tact. IIISA « .u · , ···"·"-'i n/i»-niricr ircvuyie 1050, aisu thc udMf 3JO and «0-yard ijueen, UNITED STATES GOVERNMf NT OFFERS FOR SALE WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM TO HIGHEST BIDDER C«ih or 25'; down, balance In tiro ynnn al 5 percent lnl«r«it. Farm contiini 30 tcrti, mor« or Inn; 21 acr«s cropland, 2 acrts farmstead and roads. Improv«m«nti consist of a dwtlling, barn, and poultry house of frame construction. Propnrty Is located H-i milts Horlhui! from Faritterllle. Salt IncludM all mlnnctli ewn*d by !h. United Slates ef America. Gonrnm.nl resarvts rifhl 1C. reject «nv or all bids. Purchaser will par all tixtl and in.iimtnli 11(50 tain ban btin psld.) All bids muil bt accompnl»d br a nrlifM check c«ihl.ri chKk er mwiir ardtr, payablt to lh« Treasuter of lh« United Itsles In an amount of at least 11% al th* total bid. Th. dtpotlt of Ih. succoistul bldd.r will be applied to lft« payment ·( Ih. purchase prle. ustoii (he Govmmmt'f ·cctptanci ef tht bid. and tht dtposlH of unsuccessful bMdttt will bt refunded. Protptellvc purctuwrs mar secure bid ionM with Initruetlms and ailing. I* Inspect property kr «*twt. In. Mr. Fred C. D.li.ll, Countr SuptiTlwr. Ftrmin MXM Administration, Lawson and W»od Bulldlnf. riTttttvlU*. Arkinm. lealtd bids will be rwelTed) lot this pra»trty ta n»«mN .1 J. V. Hlghtlll, Sims Director. Farmers Hem. AdmlsiiMiMifiw 101 Tedtral BulMlnj, Llltl. ftMk, Arkaniss. ttnttl li«J» April 17, 1J5J. al which llmt ih«r will k* puktktr

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