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Water And Sewage Conference Under Way In Fayetteville NMTHWUT AIUAWAS TIMi$. Th« Jlst annual Arkansas » Water »nd Sewage Conference I meeting opened at the University Jhli morning with delegates from ·1! parts of the stat« attending* The conference, which will continue through Wednesday, was /pened with an address by Dean George T. Branigan of the College of Engineering. The response "o-- -- - --. w .·«,.,_» it if., j im JCBJJUIIM: vai by Cecil Brown of Pine Bluff, rhilrmin of the Arkansas Water and Sewer Conference. The meeting i« sponsored jointly by »h« departments of civil and chemical engineering of the College of Engineering, the state · Board of. Health, and the South- ·west Section of the American Waterworks Association. At a , n o o n luncheon the delegates hard an address by Ernest Boyce of Ann Arbor, Mich., president of the Federation of Sewage and Industrial Association. Afternoon speakers were to be TZ. F. Bespalow of Memphis, vice president of C h o c t a w , Inc.; W. M. Smith of Dallas, Texas; L. R. Heiple and .1. H. Wiseman ·Jr., of the University s t a f f ; and J. J. Highfill, Springdale w a t e r superintendent. . Highlight of the conference will be a dinner tomorrow night at the Washington Hotel at which Dean Edward R. Staple}-' of the Okla- horna Institute of Technology of Oklahoma A. and M., will be the principal speaker. ' Safeway Announces Refrigerator Winners ·Jbituary Edwin Joxph Simpton Parchmin of Oklahoma. City, «nd Mrs Cilliit* Clydt of Oregon; three MM, Boyd and Omar both of Riverbank, Calif., and William of Topekt; four litters,. t h r e e hrotheri, 22 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. Ford Foundation To Publish A Quarterly Pasadena, Calif.-wP)-The F o r d ArlwmsM *·**·), Aft* 1, WJ Edwin Joseph Simpson, 86, re- I r oundaUnn will begin publishing *· " ' next f a l l a quarterly magazine, , , tired merchant from Parksdale, , Ark., died at a local convaleecent "Perspective USA," designed miv,, uicu *L a jui:«i Lo/ivaieiceni home, Saturday night, Mr. Simp-|f. lvc r . eaders t J U . son had been her* for the past t! TM P ict " re ° ff £ c "} iwn w«r.i» I artistic life of the U TM p r e s n t a LIGAT NOTICES ·fly with th* Mid rlvtr bank to th« Etlt line of laid 10-icre tract thence South to Ihrr ploce 01 twgin- ninc, ond contiininf 54 f j »cret more or Jeifl, AH ptrnons who claim tny Intercil In or title io M.d rent estate, or lleni on thr same, are hereby warned lo appear in said Cn.irt w i t h i n nix wf*ki after datr of first publication hati ·nd show cause why ihf t i t l e of said petitioners In nnd tn said real «*,inte ·hnuld not be f o r t v r r fstahltsheel quieted anil confirmed In TMtirnnny Whereof. I have here- u n t o «t my hand and A f f i x e d ih«? *eal of this Court on this 31st dpy of March. 1952. J (SEAL) Richard B. Greer Chancery Clerk 31 April 7-14-21-'J6 May 5-c INSTRUCTION THEN SALE--MlBCILLANKOL'lt FT Bmlin Law Boy trallir. Phont 141. FO« KKNT--MISCKI-LAVEOys ~ ~ MODERN I ronm hou»». r'mt AlfO I IKJNT fnrirl If, 'oFdr"nTiaT""r.isffr ' ~°"-TM--l'~'"-- h -"" . t '...'"W 2 . 7"',I!',",! n .r" mp!l 'l' . hrr !" w E »"":2 ROOM f u r n i s h e d a p a r t m e n t 201 W e f t n u t f l ! Mother and d a u j h t e r Easter Meac'ow. Phone w\2 rnrsines I'hon* Z5.1J. H a r r y s I -- · -' · __« SoiMh^GregH. i * i, 1 " UNrURN'IMjKrx ,1 rooniv b i t h FASTER Plumi-lillM. h/dranlras, , Bloxlsnlas. violets. mrrteni.Ti nnrl nlhers. Phone 2(n.l. Berry's Finn-era, « _Smilh G r e n j BOV 8" mryJie. "$IS 00." Phone" J407W" PRACTICAL!.V new John Durrt corn p l a n t e r Phone JfioR(. SINGLE row c u l t i v a t o r , |ln 00."Phone 4fioMi. Winners of International Harvester refrigerators at the Safeway Store have been announced ·s follows: Apartment size refrigerator, F. \ Fnry Eliiobtth Ledberter two weeks. He was born at Fountain Hill, \ Ark., August 29, 1885, the son of Jacob and Martha Farrar Simpson. His wife, the former Miss Madge M c K i n n e y , died in .1898. Surviving him are one daughter, Mrs. Augusta Simpson Oliver of Sikeston, Mo.; one stepson, R. F. Taylor of El Dorado; one granddaughter, Mrs. David Burleson, 507 North W a l n u t Avenue. The body was sent by Watson's Mortuary to Fountain Hill yesterday, for services and burial there Tuesday. Robert Carter Hoyden Robert Carter Hayden. one day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robert Hayden of Terry Village, died Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the City Hospital. Survivors are his parents; one brother, Terry Hayden; two sisters, Sharron and Lynne Hayden; Foundation Director P a u l G. H o f f m a n , who announced the pith- i ..nfiriv licalion today, said it ···'" 'N "" l ' B If you like to drnw, jihelch or .pnint write for Talent Test iNn Frrs. Give ace and oecupntion. Box K-58. Cnre of. Times. printed in English, French, Ger man, I t a l i a n and perhaps Spanis! and Russian. The Foundation believes, he explained, exchange o ideas through art, literature am creative scholarship is i m p o r t a n to understanding nnd peace. Branigan Chairman Of Engineering Society Dean George F. Brantgan of the College of Engineering was named c h a i r m a n of the Missouri Section of the American Socicly for Engineering Education at a m e e t i n g of the section at the University Saturday. Other officers elected vere: Dr. Frank H. Conrad of Mjs- ici , ojiriirun ana jjvnne iiayocn* -- --···- maternal grandparents, Mr.' and' I TM u " Sc . n001 of Mines, Holla, Mo., Mrs. S. H."Carter of" Mountain j vi . cc . c ! lai , rma "' Dr -.. R : C ' J° hns ° n Home. Funeral and burial services were conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock at Kale's cemetery near Green .Forest, under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. , . C. Wise; Route 1, Springdale; large refrigerator, A. L. Holland .549 East Prospect. Births ·Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Carson Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Carson of Fayetteville announce the b i r t h of a daughter, April 6, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Byrd Mr. and Mrs. John D. Byrd of Fayetteville announce the birth of * ion, April e, at the City Hospital. ' .Mr. and Mra. Bradford Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Jenkins of F»y«tteville announce the birth of a daughter, April 7, at the County Hoipital, ''Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Westbronfc Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Westbrook of Springdale announce the birth of a son, April 6, at the 'County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Charles Shumate Mr. arsi Mrs. Charles Shumate of Springdale announce the b i r t h of a son, April 6, at the County Hospital. of Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., secretary; and Dr. .Tames R. Lorah of the University of Missouri, re-elected representative to the Council of the national organization. Leribetter, 92, resident of 335 Combs Street, died Saturday afternoon at 4:50 o'clock at her home, after an illness of six weeks. Mrs. Ledbetter was born May 13, 1859 in Kentucky. She was a member of the Church of Christ and was the widow of Lewis Leribetter who dicrl in 1942. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs: Betty Sisemore. of Haskell Okla.. Mrs. Ella Atha, Asher, and p Mrs. Tlitha Counts of Fayetteville; one son. W i l l i e Ledbetter, Armona, Calif.; 28 Rrandchildren, 44 great-grandchildren and 11 great- great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. A n n i e Krebs, Duncan, Okla. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the chape! of Nelson's Funeral Home Child Dies In Joplin Dentonville-ISpeciaD-Carlyn Sue Dickson, three and one-half year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Terry Dickson of Route No. 22, Anderson. Mo., riicrl early t h i s m o r n i n g in the General Hospital in Joplin of a ruptured a p p e n d i x . Funeral arrangements with the Burns Funeral Home here are incomplete. Gen. C l i f t o n B. Cates is the I S t h commandant of the U. S. M a r i n e WILL give homo care to elderly ppo- ple. convalescents. Tcchel'c Home. 4no s._6th St.. Jlogcrs. MONET TO LOAN · F H A HOME LOANS Low interest, long terms L'TLEY AND COM-'ANY, INC. Phone 2203 LOST AND FOUND LOST--Billfold containing m i l i t a r y papers nnd orders, i d e n t i f i c a t i o n card and intinej. Reward. I would apprec- i a t e very much having it returned, nilly Lee StonesKcr. Phone "·!. Winslow. collect, or return to pppcr V i c i n i t y Friday. LOST--Black nnd tan Corker. of Washington Avenue. Phono 259. " I don't w lsn:u«!ie nt to hoar t h a t lypr nf us.^1 in tliii house a?«in." STRAYED or stolen. Sorrel filly. Blaze face, hlontl t a i l and mane. Reward. f.. W.. Hess. West fork. R o u t e 2. STRAYED, from H i l t o n BrosT Sales Barn. Highway 71 north, large Brah- nia h u l l . Call 177fl. TRANSPORTATION OFFERED POOS--CATS--I'ETS HELLO kills'. Wo "liavc rnlitiifs f n r Ea-itcr. Red. nine*, w h i t e . ' F.ast 4:,. thlrrl tiiiuii' east Falrvlew comptery. PASSENGERS wanted. Leaving soon for Anaheim. California. B, H Chapiri_an_._Woo 1 Bey . A'ANT 2 share rxpensi? nnnsciiTri Dcnvrr. Colorndo. Write Box K-57 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY I REGISTERED male Cnliie. n' t I llllcr. 4 mnnUis nlcl. n o s i i t i l i i l dog j 9fr- house hroken. child's net. Phoni --'?°'- FOR SALK---AUTOMOTIVE SPARE TIME DISTRIBUTING company will select reliable party to own and opurate route of candy, nut and colored bubble gum machines No selling Honesty ami r e l i a b i l i t y more imp o r t a n t t h a n past experience. Earnings to JISO.W) m o n t h l y applying 4 to 6 hours each weclt. QuaHlicti person must have S420 (JO eash Investment serurerl. Wrlt« t h i n paper Box K-56. e i v i n f j name. nfie. phone number and some references. IfifllUl, _ _ _ _ '49 FOnn. hy /or J n p n n . n _Al)bnl|. _ n r l R l i i R l u i u t ucll. Mrs. I.oui^c. Phone , J n m J457W. IELP WANTED Advertise In the TIMES--It pan by Guy Couch, Church of Christ' minister. Burial was in Asher cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Nancy Pairltt lltdtew Willfford N a n c y Pairlee Bledsow Williford, 72, resident of D u r h a m for the past two years, died yrsterdav morninj at 6:23 o'clock in the Washington County Hospital, fol- NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS Itati: 3 centc per word tlnile in Mrtinn. Three coniecutive insertioni 7 cent* per word. Minimum order 42c Clauifled adi cith in advance--no Uken'nvtr the telephone. Deadline for cimiifled ad*: 10:30 a. m dally; 9M a. m. .Saturday. Corrections and rerun cheerfully made after flm iniertion. No cor: I pi red- Today's Market- si. LpuU LiTMtoek - National Stockyards, Ill-f/P)- USDA-Hogs 15,000; opened moderately active, later slow; weights 180 Ibs up mostly 15 higher than Friday's average: lighter weights and rovts steady to 25 higher; b u l k choice Nos. 1. 2 and 3 180-230 Ibs 17.00-15; several loads mostly · choice Nos. 1 and 2 under 220 Ibs 17.25; packer bought at 17.00 down; most choice 240-270 I b s ' f u l l width of grade 16.00-85; 280-330 . lb 1S.50-75; 150-170 Ibs 15.2518.75; mostly 15.50 up; 120-140'lbf 13.00-14.75; 100-llOlbs 11.50-12.50; tows 400 lb» down 15.00-50; few 15.75; heavier sows 13.25-14.75; atafs. 11.50-13.50; boars 9.50-12.00. Cattle 8,500, calves 500; opening active on all classes; prices .steady to strong; prime mixed steers and heifers '38.00; good and choice ·stem and heifers largely 30.0034.00; commercial and low good 27.00-29.00; utility and commercial cowi 21.50-24.00; canners and cut- .ters 17.00-21.00; utility and commercial' bulls 23.00-26.25; cutter hulls '18.00-22.00; mast good and choice vealers 30.00-38.00; sorted prime ve.alers to 40.00; utility and .commercial vealers 22.00-28.00. Sheep 1,100; few spring lambs 30.00; which new high for season; however some outstanding spring- ers held well above this price; no · early Miles of old crop lamba. Specif! treatment of sawdust ha» been developed to make it . useful:«« lood for cattle. W l» believed that the first Chriitnus trees were used in Armrien about 1840. lowing a three weeks illness.' Mrs. Williford was born July 13, 1879 in A l a b a m a , the d a u g h t e r of John and .Martha Upton. She was ; member of the Pentecostal Church and was married to Smith Williford in 1949 at Durham. She is survived by her husband; one son, Hoyt Bledsow of Fny- etleville; three grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Frances Lacy of Bell, Calif.; Mrs. Mayetter ileynolds, Japton, Mrs. Botty Davis and Mrs. LEGAi NOTICES NOTICE TO quitr TITLE John infram and Mary Lee incran petitioners. Notice is hereby given lhat their haa been filed in the office of Clerk , . Niley Harris, both of Fayetteville; two stepsons, Raymond W i l l - iford of Elkins and Argil W i l l i f o r d or Durham; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Eula Howard nf Flkins. Funeral services w i l l be held tomorrow at 2 p. m., at the McCord Community Church by the Rev. Noah Robbins. Burial will be in the McCord cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. David D. Glover M a l v e r n , Ark.-(/P)-Dav'jd D. the Chancer: County. A rkan Court of WaahinK- pctition to . s s , a p e o n o confirm in John Ingram and Mary Lee I n f r a m the t i t l e lo the follo\vinf lands in *aid County: Th"; SW'.j of the NE'i of Sec 15. and part of the SKU of t h e N W U of Sec. J5. described n* beginning at the SE corner of said f o r t y , running thence West 346 ft.: thence N. 3S dsn. W. I , oil ft : then N. 76 deg. 30 mln. E. .121 ft.! thence N. 63 dug. E. 197 fl.: thence N. 22 dec. E. 18f)E ft : Ihunce N. 54 deg. t 420 ft.: thence S. 1.320 ft. to point of beginning, n i l In Twp. n Norlh. Range 31 Wrtl. All persons claiming said lands, fied , intereit therein, are hereby noti- If you like lo draw sketch or pain! sTM Tnlent nd in I n t s r u c l l o n Column. NKED Commerce teacher I m m e d i a t e - ly. CJIenpool. Oklahoma. Contact L R. Thompson. Phone 8IOF21. HELP WANTED--MALE FRY COOK. Some experience preferred. Appl.vEiTip_]o.yrnenl O f l i r o . CHINCH,!,AS . NOW available, q u a l i t y pairs, registered NCBA. One pair babies horn 3-31-.12. othera carrying. See nt Clyde Timbrook't, Mg Gunler, vlBitors welcome. HELP WANTED--KEMALE WOMAN TOR PART Til* M STr3 WORK. WA.SH!NGTON_ HOTEL. EXPERIENCED shirt "irnner. Superior _clean^rs. PARTY Plan Demonstrator. Nylon Lingerie. Children's vvcnr. (IS slyle- Ex-rlusive territory. Tremendous rarnincs. Wr slart you. Write THOG- ffT^ffl'..^! 1 "11-j" V 1 M ' FOIJLTRY (PECIAL -- Goose Incubator cutlom liatchinf. set every Mondsy. Place orders now for rlay old Koslincs GCCBC arc p r o f i t R o l c l Heallhy live on grass! Delicious meat. .Money and lahur savers for wecdinK berry crops, orchards, etc. Guaranteed live delivery. Ancell-Lawson G o o s e Hntrhery. .1600 Gateway Drive' Highway 71. Joplln. Mo., Phone FOR SALE--LIVESTOCE 1950 DESOTO, custom ,4-door sedan. Light green. Original owner. 17,000 miles. In perfect condition and a beautiful car. $1600.00. Write box K-55, care of Times. JUST RECEIVED A NEW u h l p n i p n l , l a l r « l deiljni colors of W h i l e anil W.v,-hoff M n n t M i i sl.illonery. Come In. us show j o u Ihli nice selection Itorlt* ore c o m p l e t e McRoy AV N n i r -- C r a v e n l Bldl. ~PUBUC"SAiE X ROOM n l r e l y h t r n l s h e r l do* nstairs ; ap.irtmMi! Prlvni*. r n l r i n c c . priv.T.« ) h u h and cir.ife. Close in A d u l t s j NEW 2 lirdrnom duplex. ?n( Vir. ! (tuna Krw sr.loots, i . ' n l v / r ' - i i y antl ' _a]]_new l:om? a d d i t i o n : P A R K V i E W AI'ARTlteNTS nno'lied. i .'OOPI u n f u r n i s h e d $,'0(tfl f u r n l i h q d · f«^ W) B?ndix l a i i n i l r y a v n l i i r i l e Hhona mi a , linti., w«lh- r 2.00C' and i ^ and I · lei ' h ) l t Mc- T H U R S D A Y . A p r i l 10. ]).V. n i n e al III Of) ?i, m ,] el xve Sprinndale on l l l j h w n . v B« n of «[ock r a t t l e : I lot of mac I n c l u d i n g I r a c t o r , nlsc. rake, lol of h n u r c h n l i l goods. I i i m o u n t of simp tooh. in-Mors. wn-nrhrs. r l r . A r KniroUkv. . ^f . _ H | lien _ Bros AuiMlonerrs. sl or head ltr» OFFFnRD Day Nursery, Hor Lunch _Provided. Phone 1753-W WILL for c h i l d r e n In m v hnrni? bv Ihe \voek. I1M-W W A S l H N f ; " , . n i . t i r e F0« BAI.r--KBAL MTATI j_ ts»y On Th« lanlaiiH · rnr.nt/Fi a /irtpi» in )» Jivim rr f orn of this 5 room morJerrl ei^mt. Two ncrej of land on th« blicKTop. tlomn ii rock.vfneereil. pjaitired. hjs h.irdwoort fjoori. Wiii InsufitaJ, and has nice clolhej «lo«9t" h u i t t i n i rioor furnacs. The hni n I p v e l and u s a b l e , yard shaded Good broiler hou*e for 1 wpU no.ufppcd Natural fit. city-* v - i t r r . twiephom. A hDme youll en* Joy i u / n l n « and at 4 barfain priced ST.330 v , Hit H l l l i . No Rork. No Junk , vtfvtn flod hqrhed wire. Good modern home. 5 room*. Stock pond 2 '.··elK Grade A milk selup. flun- c»n Coo'er Lirjtr hsv and stock hsnt. wilh loafinir shedi 51 cow m i l k i n g ti.trn Mock veneer broiler h u t p p for ^.n?o. Living ho'ij- fnr flO h r n t lr.n a federal Land B t f n k I n i n ran b* t j n u j h t on excellent t*rm* See. r-tl!. pr '-vrlta us M f l M E n .-iM-r tn . f i n d SET of carpenter tools an.l ll~ieu H a t n i M o n w a t c h IMionr 720.11 lraiier."eoo,'l. 'phonVMaTO 1 ~ ' .n SLIPC'OVKnR. " draperies and viirifu.i o * h f r I t c r t d r r o r n i on Kxpcr;'c 1 r i l e r Th-Shop. nn ^ H l p r k . J'hn curiitlrn. t3-~!f you ha.ven'1 b»iri Iti* kind of place you . . ill? We urn i i ' lnf * why nn; lallt It ovrr- wlih new propertiej V . Your properly -..ill "· " " old now *» '"' property of ill QUAI.ifv'df _Mrs. JvaTkiils'' TltACTOH r - n l e ' Quick ' I'honp NuWLIN.POWELl REALTY 'ii\n£inJi~ South 71 Hhone IMECE mnhoKany dining ri iwo manounny end uhlm, in~*ri Phone H FARMAI.L traclor. plow in!; m a c h i n e Hayden and mow- F a u l k n e r , A T T E N T I O N 1951 Ford fordor custom 3,000 miles. See at BOB 5IOUT SERVICE STATION 123 North College Ave. 19.11 PLYMOUTH. Ccnlrr. PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO onej^6^ 2 ° 8 N ° f t h Blocl * FOR SALE--HOME NEEDS "My name It Suiie, and I'm o beautiful CHINCHILLA. I live at 518 GUNTER with my keeper, Clyde Timbrook. Com* visit me and my 5 chinchilla neighbors, any time." TREE L I T E R A T U R E A V A I L A B L E Herry KEYSTONE qinTiMy'" sceiiTrr^bilTa? jywis BIOS. Co. Inc. Piano--RehufiT^slreamlined A VERY fine I n s t r u m e n t 111 a fair price. Nn monilrositiei. loo South School JHI5U. R A I N B O W TROUT loTrTliaTFy7~£nr7e *·--'·-lilnle 3201. Oisrk Trout farm UIGUAGE. suit esses, foot lockers, brief cases. B-4 taafs. O nil. cases toilet kill. etc A complttt lint r.x(.'AVATiN; .-" ifin.r\m?:\-ia~- ' ONUS - (lOAIJS . L ' L K A H I N G .- ·· OI.IN K A B N K S A X I ) Kl.t,IS WILSON ! sDN'-TrLTTrS-lrnn fim'iSl ,in ( '" n a i m i - ' n u m winilow srr^rn» pnr 1 a w n - n c i i Trcf rs'mintci Cal.r cc-i p«r f t l i Eolith l.rrusl Phon, I OH j . __ "roi/a" FfWE'^cHisrTM" "·$ N n A ( i n r nomft mnsl^Hnf of five r h ' - r r f u ! ro'im«. hirrtwnod IloorlnjCKl K c R r r n t i * cfoi^u f l n d bUttUni *n4 M h r r nicf f r f l i n r e i . fncJurtinf imirt? nc'-v drrnmtion* Also, garax? D^TB~ nnultry houtcs. Only nr, . , f r r m U of A , on iood nid. nd city waftr.-f. H. A.- Phnnn 51-J-J ! ·t^lL.B"lher_Nuri!ry. G r c u n l a n . l ; lilTCli iTitTdisO i P O O T I N C R - w a t e r e ,, . n ,i s.-^r 1 dllchrj. sojitlr t t n h holci Dlt;,:,iiii i n"v^ h "''' " 1:lns c °" - l/lt Rr r *j ~ M A T T R E 5 S E 5 H a v e your O l d C r l t n n o r I n n c r s p r i - i R Mattrcs. H e h u i l t lo Bettei Than Now Free Eitimate-One-Doy Service Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. (Formerly Lewis M a t t r e s s Co ) 120 _So._Ea5t_St.^ Phono 2774 ~2* HOU^ SSHViCJ ON~ Coveric 1 nature! «ti o .-. ! Loan may b* i*sumfd, fa.' ,.M,ei KII». eic n rnmplllf tint IjAMPTON'S ARMY SURPLUS STOHIC IDEAL MATTRESS CO. Quality niw mattreti and mattreu rtnovpting. Phone 3036 401 WEST DICKSON WANTED TO BUT 2 OR .1 ·c'rcs'nrun.mproved land WJl- ·!dc of city l l m l l s or w i i h l n .1 mllei of lown. Phone 2.183W Co , . . Glover, 84, lawyer anri a former U. S. representative, died at his home here Saturday night. Funeral services were to be held here this afternoon. Glover served aving . three terms in Congress, h been elected for the first time ii 1928. John . . widow, six sons, three daughters and a brother survive. He was defeated by Sen L. McClellan in 1934. Hi» CAIH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS »hra* SolUct UJI tTflte. Arkiniti K«nd«ring Co. Bryc* H. Schollihau.r Bentonvillc -(Special)- Funeral services for Bryce H. hauer, 72, who died en route to (he hospital here Friday night a f t e r he had suffered a hoart attack at a meeting in the Presbyterian Church, will be conducted r.t 2:30 tomorrow afternoon at the Callison-McKlnncy Funoral Home by the Rev. Richard A. Gciger. Scholtzhauer WRS horn in Polit Grove, Mo. He managed a hotel in San Francisco for m a n y yearn before coming to Bentohville 12 years ago. He was a member of the Pres- b y t e r i a n Church here. He is survived hy his wife, Bertha; four daughters, Mrs. Ola Rlock of Hoburi, Okla., Mrs. N i n a Willis of Tilton, Ore., Mrs. A l m a HEAD ANINAU REMOVED PROMPTLY Quick Sanitary Service Fayetteville Rendering Service Coll Collfct No. 1819 Yw Farm mn4 R«ncli S*nitary md warned to appear in said six weeks from date pr^nf or as soon t h e r e a f t e r as said .·latter may hn heart! and show cause w h y ' t i t l e lo mid lands should not be confirmed in laid petitioners. Witness my hand as such Clerk and Real of said Court this 29th day rf March, 1952. ISEAL) Richard B. Greer Clerk M April 7-M-21-2* May S^c IHVITATION'rOR BIDS Notice is hereby given t h a i sralrd proposals will he received by the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas for p a i n t i n g ill exterior woodwork, fire escapes, land-raile. oramcnlal metal, cullers, iownspouts and any and all other painted surfaces on the m i t F l d c of the City Hospital locaied in the 200 hlock of South School Avenue of the City of Fayetteville. Said proposals shall lie opened 7:.10 P. M. C. S. T. on April 2Ist. 1952. at the reuuljir City Council M c e t i n K in the Council Room of the C i t y Administration Building. Sealed proposals w i l l hr rfrpivrcl hy the City Clerk of the Cily nf Fayetteville u n t i l 5:00 P, M.. C S T. A p r i l 21. 1952. The ·bove-mpnUonert work will br done in accordance w i t h the specifications nnd description of work to he performed as prepared by the City Engineer for r 'OutBide P n i n M n c of the Fayelteville City " dated A p r i l 7. ii:i2. Copif- THOROUGHBRED milking shorthorn bull calf, ^months old. Phonr siaiu. 5 Sows, bred- Kilts and weani Phnne 44 fi W1. 20 EWE!5, buck and IS iamb's""Rov~M" Miller. 4 miles west of West Fork on 170. PUREBRED Hampshire rwe. 2 yri'rn old, w i t h purebred buck ]anib 2 _weL-k5 old. Elklns. 32J4. _ FOR work hones and riding horaes see Jim Lester at Hilton's cule Barn anytime. FOR SALE--AUTOMOTIVB "lARsTr REDUCED PRICES Middlebrook Motor Co. Soulh 71 1949 Mercury. Radio and Foyetleville . heater . . may be ohtainrd by Hospital." of ·hich the' City EnelnreV's 'office. City of Tayntevllle. Arkansas. The City of F a y e t l e v i l l e reserves the risiht to reject any and all bids, and to waive any informality in ,bids received. A psr/ormance and p a y m e n t bond In the a m o u n t! to two h u n - dred per cent l2tW",) of the c o n t r a c t price will hn required. Each proposal will he accompanied by a Bid Bond or Certified Check made piyable to the City of Fayrtteville In ihe amounl nf f i v e per rent t.v;i of Ihe hid as n bid Knarnntce. Contractors s u b m i t t i n g bids must he licensed as required u n d e r lhe '»"!..'. Jl« Stale of Arkansas. By Powell M. Rhea Mayor MOTICfoy TO 7-H-c 1949 Ford Custom. Radio and healer, oveidrive. . $1125 1949 Hudson. Padio and healer $1150 1949 Chevrolet Deluxe. Radio and her.iei. Clean $1295 5oOp__ptyvopd"Wt'.'p.ione"z4-7W. ^SffNTR\ r Ttore, from nwn«r. PrpffT- · hly with poitofftc*. Small nrrc- »ge. GIvr locnllon in 1 rnn Ond. Fr»-d Ut'.It-field, 1B06 Horneiihoe, home in v!rlnl!y~of . School. Phone I910-W. FOR RENT--rOTSCEr.l.ANEOMS [ALL house. 720 Stone. TWO bedroom modern house with in- rajje. In Westwood Addition, ISaOl) month. P h o n e ' 1M6. After hours _pnone 197.1. UNUSUALLYT\IrT4"rnom unfuTfillhed apartment, ateam heat. Privat ^1ra_nce,_|V23_ Shady._Phone 2136J SIX room miftirnished a p a r t m e n t ~ l l f i North Duncan, newly decorated. Cal CLEAN rt room filrnlsheri a p a r t m e n t Near University »nd new school 2 _24».^ J ROOM furnished anartmenl PTlvate bulb. Phont 2228-R. __ 3 J?9 OM "icy'y fiirnlfheii apartment Private both and enlrnnce. New re- frinerator, venellan blinds. Newly decorated. Close In on School. Phone 16S7M. DUPLEX a p a r t m e n l . vacant now. )arK stone, everythlnr Stelni Is bellev IH.TfU modern t h r e e bedroom home, I n r a t e d in restririetl »re« (Hid'only lire* years old This «pl«niltS homo s .li.nlett on laru nmxlWt im-ioth ot D i f n r t l i n f nntnwa ijrdtn irtt" In ·dihllnn to a b e a u t i f u l yard You win eniov ihe woodburn'.nc fir»- n! 're. e r n l r i l hest!n« u n i t , 'huhly 1'Olnhe.t hirdivood fl.yorlns and tan- erfnn closet-: and bulltina. Thil w-fll Bfl kl'cnen and flfperous hre^k- "om w i l l nntic a hit vdth !h» ... n. p s r t i ^ u l a r hotisekeeoer. Phopa i ' for n d r t i t i ^ n a l confldentlil jn- formstlon _ fill HL'NTSVILLE ROAD CJOuD comfortable bungalow, about ·· vesrs old rive room], front porclvv and enclns-d hjck porch. Tbti romS Is In A - l siruetural condition i*?- tlean and strictly modern cloihetv- closets, b u l l t i n s anrt etc Dli'ant* owners have reduced price for quick- 1 Let us show you Pnonf 183 HAMMOND REALTY CO. Eve Phone II. n. Hammond IJTJ J A Jarvll UMW 8utton«, Button Hoi««, Toilortd 5*l:« and Bucklti. .~_::----'·" """" Special Atltnlion given Mall SPECIAL VALUES Ord«ri. Sallifactlon or Money c ^?!'. u ?/? o H, T - TI " i TM m ° r Bat It. SINGE* SEW'NG MACHINE CO " S.E. St.. Fnv«(t(ivl|!» Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - floods r Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor f37 E. Lafayette, Box i« U. Sin. Phone MSB, f a y e t t c v l l l p FOR fopfh RooHNr.~N.-EDS-- C»ll il L Sttwart Rooflrn Contr»clor Hn *, l ? 0 -Al , l " l °J. Wdm IK ·· n «· r~i * n i i fi v B U L L D O Z I N G Gravel, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N Phone 249 - i room o r Jimt- mrnt home JS rdomi, ttittu: lncl\idln» biiwmcot. Would" . roti J30.000 lo repliet vllh I'rk'cd M nlmoit ont htlf vul'j FRONT-ThrM unit . t nounrf On« s rooms wHh ft wllh bath - Lot let, III.OCK of Carapui--» rooms, bAh, ^ntch, basement, cufaiai lion. PRICE KtDlKttf, i LOVELY ·.uhurban roomi tnd hith house, ana acre. J. w. H i l l ROOJ/T urnlshed apartment, private ^IHjes paid. Phone 402J. ROOM f u r n i s h e d apartment I-evcrett Phonr 249. (0.1 . . $ 1 3 2 5 ; LEWISJROS. CO.Jnc. ., ?»?3.J3_ _Soiit_h_Or M . 1948 Chevrolet ',4-ton Pick- | DEBUTANTE COSMETICS,' up 1949 Dodgo Pickop. Heater 1947 Buick. Radio and heote- 1947 C h e v r o l e t F l e e t l i n e . Radio and heater. . 1947 Nosh. Rorlio and $765 ; !yi LE ?_ BRUS . HES - PHONE 1548 S A V E ! $925 ' .$765 - - »-.-. TITLI '"7'"' efcMH«r» CMirl Of r y"J","«"« Cwnilir, Arkanias '· J- P«lmer and Helen L. r « l - ··ft." 1 ' ·'·"'lonira '. f. Palmer nd Helen L Palmer and wife. Plaintiffs "" m "' Kx . w i, lion , ·· . ' ] ' n !- «!"«'. hiishinii ; . « v « "n March 1». 1MZ. f,lert I"* 1 " 10 " In this Court, p r a y l n l CO J"' "J " "V "·' "·«» 'n«n *"l r d "" "' "'"' Pi'l'llra. rniku and came to . u came to he entered of record a decree establishing; ,1"l«'ln« »nn ronflrmini t h e i r i i ie ?, ,' ' 1 !'" wl 'i« (tMcrlhul real e s t a t e A parl of th. West one-hatf of It i ^J ulh 'V! T" r " r nl «»ellnn K In Tnwnihlp 17 North, of Dance 2» W«t. d«crlh.d M follow,, to- TMiiiM f i nnl V5 ." lh « *"lhMil corner nf l a d M.icrf traet ind " "" 1 " WMI " " "· "« i healer 1948 Kaizer. Radio anl healer 1947 Chevrolot Pickup, with j everything on it . . . $86 j 1949 CMC 4;f Ttacior I and traile On y o u r f u r n i ""e at HILTON i B R O S - . Hiway 71 N o r t h . Wide $835 ; 5 c l c c l l o n to choose from. Free p a r k i n g . Bu» overy hour. B' v e S H Green Stompi We 1941 Chrysler. A flood .$1550 ..$335 one 1940 Plymouth Club Coupe , 1938 Chevrolet. Nice one $185 1939 Chevrolet $185 1941 Buick. Pad;o and heater $325 1938 Dodge Coupe $265 1938 Studebuker. Radio and honler $ 1 4 5 194? Hudson $130 1938 Buick $265 1936 Chevrolet 2-door. . ,$165 1941 Sludebakor $J6S IOTS OF OTHEd CARS _ Bmce Wax Bruce Floor Cleaner Sani-Wax Silver Polish Copper Polish Foamo-Kleen Rug and llpholsiory Shampoo LEWIS BROS. CO, Inc. Who's Who For Service Consult You' Classified Directory ALTERATIONS K X P r m -trenmaldnl-tallored 1 'Rfff h u l t n n i huttonhnlti. alteration Mrs 7 " ( hlppi. 514 North coneie Phon. BEAUTY SHOPS HSuTy~giro~ A p p o i n i m ^ n l n Quality Installer* ·PUMPS · POWER Phortt J4, Weit Fork HyL_ ! ^l' K zJi5. A !Lf ST *I? 'OK your i:a,ier iiovjer,~fhori'e~s55;T ^Berry's Flowers, n Kouih Gre»« ·ARTfALLY fuVnisfieoT* ToonT houle for S2.5M.oo. four ; blocks f r o m Miuare. Partly end good rent. JH?*!^ 1 """" 1 TM"" : " ton - **'«· BY' o"wn~r. "STf," \"i,~NorT~20~'acrci' modern fi room .louse, built on ga- r.i«e: No. 3. 21 acrrs, modern « room bouse. No. n. nil arrei;, 4 room scml- inodern. All fsrms located ntiir son Torslin" " '" ''"" h rrn ' Irlct. nice lot lOOxl.'O. TM , room aero., .w rl1 "dre AT plenlv of ; r "'".'--. l»rta l l v l n c froni. i, hssement Ideal 's layroom SK S A I D A. L. SHAMBLIN REALTOR JIM HOLDER Telephone HI 2654 or 103» I'JJo.r 1 . 1 !. Cp_lle«e i. . k , oo n» room hai picture wlndoi wfrh r . 00ln: hr " kf «" 'P'ce In l f.ih^ : "»""[' "Mlfly room. lached »»r/i8c. V e n e t i a n hllnd. " dl n . l"rie . at. and KINCAIO AND COMPANY UH! M« sjso.n h, lira|«; 8.ftO. ' t r n m ' c * rc " rt " nc ' '"*·· ' hl»"*if;" sp«?ciAu!v"niiciS. w Hlh Seh * 1; ~ J. D. Eagle, Realtor,; | M»ONB 111 : ' r Nt.W ilx room f r a m e home. Two b«d- roomi w i t h pine panelled den Six flniols. L,irje. attached ftrau 'wl h Jtmnry »re.. steel wind**' Tath hrouihout ni ^re, of (ertll. level lioo!l tuhurbin nelihbor- fauwltt wll* _ _Phon. ON LARGE CORNKK on? block from Wjihlnjton S M" Pivine. THREE BED HOME. lar«e llvinf room, di room, kllchen wtlh pleniy o( b Ins «ntt b r e a k f a s t nook u entrance on rrouhd floor wrfh f n » - cctnt 01 S4U.M per. month, cenlrifv ^^"^'^'Tn,^, : A. L, SHAMBIIN :% REALTOR if JIM HOLDER '· Teltphone 211. Z654. nut -. 1C N Colleje Urban Holland. Salesman Yeors of Service } 20,000,000 ;j Policyholderj ',.! on"!' ' i / U , o : ; Savings · j MUTUAL fIRE AND AUTO i INSURANCE · ! THE RiTTER AGENCY:} "Savings for Prsferred Riski": ' BEAUTy SHOP Xn"ffSTIc"BiiAUtY~8"H6p~~~ I V r m a n i M i t Wavei a Specialty I hone If,^ for a p p o i n t m e n t coi.VA'iins' IS'KAUTV siloP 30( W Meadow-Phone 300Z _M^ch_ M M - u p Cold wave $A up if Ai'iai' HKAuTiTthsOp rlorenci ItaplAtoB : * ottkaon Kh«Ki IM IA JJJTINM WANTED I acre In north or n o r t h e a s t "A"" havt buyer (or nrlr-i hou-« w i t h sma'l B . r r a - r G. R. Crandell Real Estate ! H.NVirJh_.E« C ;'s, r r' ! e'',, ^! n , 2SM _ I2M WE1 . . _?.TdCK KAR.MK (e . ll s^ron-l FAYETTEVILLE PLUMBING HEATINS CO. 310 N. West Phone _ HEAUI'TSHOP . ,, . «».UAa)l.« WOIIK UL-Blirt __ _ f hone T9l A I . I C K S UKAUfV SHOP Nn* up inwn ? i f. M o u n t a i n ft. . "fmis C % r 'n » , ''" l e r m t s^ft rri-re-i h i f h w a v . m o d e r n 'J'.',! " 1 """"i. -prin 110.000 2-.', ncrci. river f l r v a n d lots of rood imorov-.- w»y nepr K-|'etle\ I M and a ( ;riod l.iiy. 11 N u r n m e r i on 7.3 h l c l home. lint"-tooe Ipn' n rn w ,. usTM/, j l 5 l l o n a l l y f i n * home. M rr.n rows. l.(1 ,,,,,. . h»vf a rood I n l i n e Itnck f a r m s t h a i arv Inf nn nVF» ?Afl nr eltevllle. WHAT A ced. ' mostly ' p r i n t - l e t HI ""'" S ' 35ri0 I P on I f a t e .iljio r, room l » k p . p r , 0 ., t i . i t .11 jcrei tnliorn Inn-J. e-ils on l i l p h price $13001 7 acrei. modern will c a r r v J t r M e xr ,p. wo 7ort acres ,,, rows We )f t h e s e jood » o r t h rhe-k- i es nt'-ir fav- I llo.Vr. WIt.t, I , ^o AUTOMATIC APrLIANCE CO.C A Better P)BC« to Buy '.'''^ IOT rows .in-l priced rltfh'l _ _ OJRSKTIERF M r s ' J 'W"Mc(!eh«e" Spfneer Torsellrrr _ IZ7 Soiilh U n i v e r s i t y SI _ INDIVmiMM.Y ileilined (oimdsllon aod f u r n l r a l supports. V i v i a n fireen. rtflilnnid Corsellrrr. J l s N o r t h r.«st. Pnone 7»«J. RAULIN'O D,»y «r nl|bt Cl.nn May ftt*« .nn May WK.ST F O R K . A H K Kincaid Co. Automotive ·Fir« · Health ond Accident ., · Polio ·Liabi|ltv6 NEWLliN REALTY · WORKJU »'«COMP.WSATJO« · Piote Gldss ·Burglpry V Covered Buttons -- Buckles -- Belts Including the Nnw Contour Belli In Every Sfytf) Custom P l n l f h n l Anil Rtndy to WUr Ih* Same f)»y We Rectlv* Your Order. SftH Green Stamps on Everything McKechon's Fabric Center u

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