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NORTHWKT AIKANSAI TIMIS, fortrttvlllt, ArVomm Monday, April 18, 1951 -11 o: Third Candidate Enters Benio? Treasurer Race BentonvUIe-(Specisl)-Coin Pat- Ion o£ Pea Ridge became the third man to file for the office of county treasurer Saturday. Patton is seeking the post now held by Powell Henderson who is running for re-election. With Wednesday noon the deadline for filing both o[ corrupt practices and party loyalty pledges three Benton County officials nre Etill unopposed. Sheriff John Black, Circuit Clerk Dale Jefferson and Ray Jefferson, who is seeking the office of county collector which is being vacated by George Eldred who is r u n n i n g for · county judge, had no opposition as of this morning. Every candidate who has announced in the Benton .County primary has filed both his pledges The Democratic Central Commit- Generil Fices Chirges Over Loss Of Diary Washing! on-(VPj-The Army inday day brought court-martial charges against Maj. Gen, Robert '-V. Grow, former m i l i t a r y attache in Moscow whose diary was copied by Communist agents in Germany last year. The Army announcement by Secretary Pace said Grow had been charged with "improperly recording classified military information in private records and failinK properly to safeguard classified military information." The Army announced t h i s step, Pace said, after investigations here and abroad. Springdale Mrs. Johnny McClure of Spring* dale, president of the North Arkansas WSCS District, is one of 14 state Methodist leaders attending the world-wide peneral conference at San Francisco, Calif. The AMVETS Sponsor Move To Lower Voting Age Little Rock -(;?)- A move LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO QUIET A N D C O N F I R M TlTLS In Th* WathlnRton Chancery jump* Edgar \\ nue nnri Cora Hnnbins. tx-I'arle. Nonce 13 hm-n, civni t h a i to. ha* been Mli'fl in my o i n FOR SALE--HOME NERDS USED l i v i n g room unit*. Divan «!**! _rhair, S65 0.1 I-fwi»___Brof Co . I n c . 3 FOOT" Ffi'BlTfh'lf^'pprfi'pT'cnndt'tfon i n i t i a t e d c o n s t i t u t i o n a l ! ° r . I t l c W n s n m c i o n Lnanccry L'UUT. n sponsor an amendment lowering the v o t i n p ape tn 18 has cateri by Arkansas Anivcls. Members ,of the Amvots executive Committee meeting here yesterday made t h e decision. AH posts in the state will be asked to circulate petitions to place the proposed state constitutional amendment on the ballot in the November general elect inn, State Commander Orrin Hcnbcst of Fayetteville said. | p e t i t i o n tor IMC (.·omiim.n.ni O t l i l t l o j h e f o i i o w i n f ! Hinds in Wnsn- nf tee has authorized County Clerk 1 4 _ d a y conference began April 23. Mrs. Ruth Wharton to collect fees a n d distribute party loyalty pledges. Four men are seeking the county assessor's post now held by R. 0. "Bob" Cook, who is retiring. Rollans Maxwell, Walte.- Coffelt, Fred fearce," and Jack Allumbaugh have all filed for the office. Powell Henderson, seeking his second term as county treasurer, is opposed by Patton and Lewis George. Mrs. Wharton is opposed ' by Clyde Duncan, a farmer. Only two men, George Eldred and Craip Holt are seeking the county judgeship to succeed the late W. A. "Bill" Black, A heavy slate of candidates for .this post had been expected and many observers anticipate last minute filings tor this and other county offices. Candidates must pay their filing fees by noon Wednesday. Europ Urge ean Socialists Big Four Talk Vol Lpstor, manager of the Springdale office of the Arkansas Western Gas Company, left -Saturday for Galveston, Texas, to attend the 44th annual Southern Gas Association convention. The convention will continue through Thursday of this week. Fighter Crash Kills Three In England St. Peter'F, England-{/P)-A h u r n - ing U.S. Thunderjet fighter crashed into the main street hank building nf this little Southeast England town yesterday, American pilot and HM British couple. The 'explosion collapsed fhr: bank structure in flames which flashed into an adjoining home, critically burning a housewife as she cooked her Sunday dinner. Awnings, and shop signs \vrrc fired and many windows were smashed. But the street was vir- k i l l i n g elderly t n a l l y deserted. Hundreds wrro at church services only a short distance from the crasb. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hurst of j The pilot, whose body WHS Washington, D. C., announce the j hurled into a yard adjoining the birth of a snn April 11. MK. H u r s t ! destroyed building, was i d e n t i f i e d DEBUTANTE COSMETICS, FULLER BRUSHES. PHONE 1548 li'SKI) "pVisfonn" rockvr. sisflo.' Lcwlit nr«s. C o . Inc. been i n d i - j m g t n n county, ·j'nici .(. i . Si)u.iH ¥ iisi q u a r t e r the N'orihwosi i i n n r i f - r . 11 ,,u m-rcs, K n s t h u h t.i in' :iou;hwi:.ii quar.i-r o( the N o r t h w e s t q u n n c r , j'.) :iii ncrn?. N n r l h h a l f ,,l \ u r l h i M x t q i t n r i f r ot t n e Snulliwtvi. r i i M r . f r of Scrtion 1«. ] » r w arrrs, ,-i!i c j int- Simihivcs; c j u n r i c r f)i I h r S;niUir;ut ipiaricr ni ricction /. n i l in tmvn- snsp IS Nor;h, Rfingc 1:8 Wor.i. anu I ho q u i r l i n r i ot inu t i l . p to ino snrnt 1 in Jnints £rtnar W h i t e nuri Ins horiily heirs. Tract No. ·. West hiilf of t h e fcou.hwest qu.irlor ot inn A u r i n - wcst quarter of SIT t ion 1'J. Township J5 N o r t h . Hancc ^rt Wo?t Ifl.SG arros. Frl. Sou.ticnst qu.ir- icr of the Southwest q u a r t e r of Section JR. Township l. r i N o r i h . RnriRc :R Wust. .18 OH acres nnd ihn qniptmt; of the (ilk- to same in Corn \ \ h i i o Hnhbins. All persons r l n . m t i K s;iid lantis, jiny interest t h e r e i n , or lu-n-i t h c r p c n . ;u ; e hereby warned In appear in t h e W n - l i - msion Chnncrry C n u r l w i t h i n six weeks and rhow cnusc why palrl t i t l e lo "said Ifinris in Tract Nn. l should not Ije ciuifirnifd in said .lames Krtsir W h i l e and his bodily heirs and sauf · - -lands in Tract Nn. '2 should not be - KOV/ n v n i l r b l a . l i m i t e d suopl q t i H confirmed in said Cora While* Rob- ChtnrhilKis. Flccistrrrd N C n bins. Witness my hand ai clrrk of I h c Wnshmglon C h n n r r r y Court anil the seal thereof on this 2lst day of A p r i l , 1932. (SEAL) Richard FJ Grcer By David .1 Burleson Deputy CU-rlt NOTICE OF P E T I T I O N TO Q U J E T TITLE In The Chancery Court Of Washington County, Arkansas F. Palmer nnd Helen L. " the former Jewell Springdale. Walters o f l only ; 29. as Capt. Clifford Froggarty, The Brotherhood of the First | Baptist Church will meet Tuesday j night'at 7:30 o'clock in the dining room nf the church for their dinner. Guest speaker will be the Rev. David Hajl, pastor of the Sequoyah Baptist Church in Tulsa. Thp theme of the program will be Bonn, Germany-t/r*..-Sccialists of I II Arkansas Western Officials To Convention Seventeen Arkansas Wrslcrn Gas Company executives are al- "Enlisling Every Man for the lending (he 4 4 t h a n n u a l convcn- Master." lion of the Southern Gas Association at Galveston, Texas, today The Rev. I. .1. Kerrick, pastor of j tnrmiEh Wednesday, the First Christian Church o f ! They are C. B. U r a n n a n , fccre- SprinEdale, and Mrs. Kerrjck are j i -^"' J - S ' Crumple-, treasurer; a t t e n d i n g the 70th annual conven-! Hampton Halscll, chief engineer; "1 the Arkansas C h r i s t i a n ' ' TM " Walker assistant operating V.'cstern Europe's Ihrce key tions have urged inimediaie Big Four talks on Germany's f u t u r e and expressed regret the West has done "sn little" about Moscow's offer to negotiate. The Socialists, from B r i t a i n . France and West Germany, exchanged views en current European questions al an all-day closed conference yesterday, then told their views at news conference. Fewer U. S. Criminals Executed During 1950 Washington - f/P) - Execution of criminals by civil authorities in the United Stales dropped to a 20- year \ow in 1950, the Federal Bureau of Prisons reported today. The bureau said the death penalty was carried out for only 82 jierMifis, ihe last for which complete reports have been compiled. The total compares with 319 in 1949 and an average of 147 per year during 1930-49. The largest · number in this period was 199 in 1935. luisliiuid and wife. P e t i t i o n e r s ' Ex Parte .1. P. Palmer i'ntl Htlcn L. Palmer, htuhaml nnd vvifp. P l a i n t i f f s . vs. H a t l i c Oxfnrrt Dolcml.int Notice is hrn?hy glvrn fhpil J. F. Palmer and Helen L. P.nlmer. l u n b a n d and w i f e , h a v e on .March Ul. lyS'^. l i l c d Iheir position In t h i s Cortrt. n r n y i n c l h a t said Court at a day not Ipps I h n n -iix weeks a f t e r d a t e of first publication had. m a k e and ranr.u lo be en- lered of record a decree establishing, quielmg and c o n f i r m l n c l h e r t i f l c lo the lollowinc described real eslaie silu.Tlcri In Washington County Arkansas, lo-wit: A p a r t of the Went one-hall of the Southeast quarter of Section 25 In Township 17 N o r t h , of lijiBC 29 West, descriljsd aa follows, towil: B e R i n n i n g at 'he Southeast corner of paid R(l-ncrr Iracl. and r u n n i n R . thence West 51 rods and M Iink3. thcncn North to the South bank ol White nivor. thence Easterly wilh the said river hink to the East line of said RO-acre tract. Ihence South to the place of hBRin- nin«, and containing 34!ji acres, more or less. · All persons who c l a i m any inlere-'t in or t i t l e to said real estate, or liens in the same, arc hereby warned In Churches, being held at. the Wood | manager; Triad Bowdon, Jr., ^cn- | appear In said Court within six week' Memorial Christian Church in Van j c r a l sales manager; Harold Scntt, Burt»n through Tuesday of this i domestic .sales manager; Did: week. Mr. Kerrick was president Burke, chief accountant; floy Gfis- of the convention last year and is | kill, foreman; Miss Hazel Kelly, chairman of the Nominating Com- j head of the commercial office; mittee this year. - Miss Evelyn Boaz, home service · 'demonstrator; and plant HUIlingers A meeting of Srout leaders will j Billy King of Prairie Grove, Rus- be held Tuesday night in the base- jsell Smith of Siloarr menl of the McWhorfer, field executive for the Paris;" Boh B1aVk," V Harrfson"dis- First Methodist o'clock. Jobnny Nnrthwr'sl District, has announced | t h a t discussions will be held on patrol and troon meetings. Scoutmasters, assistant scoutmasters and comrnitteemen from Washington, Madison and Benton counties are expected to attend. Fifteen officers of thp Missionary Society of the First Baptist i rr- l /"\ n ·.* Church met. Friday afternoon in '· a k ^S (JVCf 1/UtieS New Official Namtrl " Washington-(P)-President Truman today nominated Fred Korth to be "assistant secretary of the Mr. qnri Mrs. Carl Hallford and daughter, Jo Ann, of Soringdale spent the weekend with Mrs. Hall- Army, succeeding Earl R, Bemlet- j ford's brother and his family, Mr. sen who was promoted last week a n r - Mrs. Bob Abernathy, of Hous- 1 to undersecretary. ·am Springs, Vol Lester of Springdale, Bob Rogers of Berryville, Mandcl Brown of trirt manager, and Noah Davis, gas field superintendent at O.ark. L. L. Baxter, president of the company, jp a past president of the association and a member of the Executive Committee. New AM And N Head the home of Mrs. Lanrireth Loyd. The hostess served refresbments, and a social hour was held. Mrs. Albert Hough was In charge of the story hour at the Springdale Public Library Saturday morning. The time was spent in story telling, record playing and recreation. Today's Marker-- ton, Texas. 61. Louis LlTttiock National Stockyards, Ill.-Wi- USDA-Hogs 16,000; active; 180 Ibs up 10 to 15 higher than Friday's average; lighter weights and sows strong to 25 higher; some heavy sows up more; bulk 180-230 Ibs 17.25-50; top n.Sff paid fairly freely by shippers arid butchers mostly for choice Nos. 1 and 2 , 220 Ibs'down; top to packers 17.25; 240-270 Ibs full width of choice grade 16.25-17.15; 280-3?0 Ibs 15.50-16.10; 150-170 Ibs 16.0017.25; mostly 17.00 down: 120-140 · Ibs 13.75-15.50; sows 400 Ibs down 15.00-50; heavier sows 14.00-75; stags 11.50-13.50; hoars 10.50-13.00. Cattle 3,500, calves 800; opening active oh. all classes; prices fully steady; one load high choice steers 35.25; other loads good and choice steers - a n d heifers 31.00-34.25; utility . and commercial 26.5028.50; Utility and commercial cows 22.00-24.50; canner and«cutter cows 15.50-21.00: utility and commercial bulls 23.00-26.50; cutler bulls 20.00-22.00; good and choice vcal- ers 29.00-35.00; sorted prime 37.00; utility and commercial I'ealers 20.00-27.00. Sheep 1,000; lambs about sloady; [fiw lots good and choice woolor! ·ambs 28.25-50; good and choice clipped lambs 26.50-28.25; load allllty and good clipped lambs 14.50; ewes not established. STOCKS Baehe Company, Tulsa Fourth hour averages: Industrial minus .40; rails minus Mrs. Roy Hitter was elected president of the Library Board, succeeding Mrs. Ulys I^ivell, who resigned because of illness in her family. Mrs. Lockwnod Searcy became vice president, and Mrs. Luther Oeorge was elected as a board member. Pine B l u f f , Ark.-(/P)-Somc 4,000 persons witnessed the inauguration of Dr. Lf.wrnnce A. Davis as president of Arkansas AM anrl N College Ncjfro here yesterday. The ceremonies included dedication of five new buildings' nn the campus and observance of the school's 79th anniversary Freedom Forum Opens Searcy, Ark.-(A')-The' 12th bi- a n n u a l Freedom-Forum opened nt Harding Collcce here yesterday, under the sponsorship of the school's National Education Program. 53; iiHlitios minus ,03; volume flO.OtiO sharps. Clay B. Yoe '«oc«l Rpprftstnlnlivp of Bnche Co. CAIH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PIMM CtOtet till ArkintM Joplin Ktndtring Co. Donald Berner, Springdale High School student president, was selected to attend Agriculture Day Friday and Saturday at the University as one of four outstanding FFA boys from over the state who will represent the FFA chapters! of Arkansas. He is also president \ of (he f)7.ark Federation, which is composed of 12 vocational agriculture departments in the schools in Washington, Benton and Madison counties. Members of the vSpringdalo High , School senior class presented I "Peter." a three-act comedy - drama, Friday night in the now L n " d JL?f '£ Queen Ends Visit Otta\va-//P)-Queen Juliana and her husband. Prince Bcrnhard, flew home to The Netherlands last night after a four-week tour of the United States and Canada. Arkansas Sailor Killed Washington-(/P}-A list nf the missing on the destroyer-mine sweeper Hobson, put out by the Navy, includes Seaman Recruit ! Adron Francis Grammer. Hughes I Ark. a f l c r d a l e of first puhltc.itIon had. and show cnusc why Iho l l i l o of pnid petitionr.'s in and to said real oslait? should nnl ha forever established, quieted and con firmer!. In Tcslimony Whereof. 1 have here- u n t o »p( my hand nnd n f f i x r r l (he seal nf ihts Court on thin .list dny of March. 1D52. (SEAL) Hichflrd B. Crrrr Chancery Cle.rk r»-c BURINKSS OPPORTUNITY !! SAVE I! On your furniture at HILTON BROS., Hiway 71 North. Wide seleclion lo choose from. Free parking. Bu.s Gwry hour. We give S8.H Green Stamps Phone 1770 POIII/TRV S P E C I A L -- Coiisr~lncutmor~~r"u'ito~rn h n l r h i n p . j-ot rv.-i.v Mnmtay. Place ordcM now for d a y fid flonlini Cerr.o n r r prnflli!ri!r! H p a ' t n y . I) on Rrnw! IXiriottl meat. Money ni lahnr fi.ivers for weedinc h»rry iTops, orchiirdB, etc. G u n r n n l r c r i live ilr.livnry. Ancoll-Lawson G o o n c Hatchery. 3600 G n t e w a y Drlvt*. HiRlnvny 71, .loplin. Mo.. Phoiv CIHNCILLAS TiTy C h l n r h i l l n i t . hccisterrd k' C 'l3 A. Visitors wclrome. Free IMer.-iiiire 8re at Clyde Tinilirook. :1S G u n t r r on n s--c ATS--i »ETS SMALL pet flog. 703 \V. Mapli-. piinne 1R4R. FOR SALE--LIVESTOCK ^Thri^tie^phni SADDLE hor"ii NICK r i d i n g drt'n. Will fnrd bull!.. jules. M l l c h r l l 28Z5J ] o r 3 H 2 - J . ' O c n t l c [or ciill- rhonc 45S-W-1. FOR SALE-- A UTOMOTI VE MOTOIiCYCLE. ~H~b7~ T 41~74.~ Bcif "o[ r u n n i n c nrrtrr. Phnno ,17,11. PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service IYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone_66_6. 208 North Block HH8 "V-62 CADILLAC, pxccFcnt~con- d i t f n n , u-lll i r a d c r q n i l y for Rood s n i R c a r . W r l t n K-bfl. ^ KOIt cnocl q u a l i l y oak floorim _Hr.nth Hnrriwond Co. l-honn 205. CAMERA"NO? izn'Roiiix 2Hx.it,rfTs Sclmeidar lens. Pronior "S" n h i i t t p r 1,JJO ncc.. K2 K i l l e r mid Actnpier. L r n i l i c r case $25.00. Almost new W o r l d Srojitj r n c \ clnpc-dia. - 1.1 v n h i m f s $.1500. Phone .145. 1020 N. MisMinn. ._ Usi;D lau-nninwrr.i W. W Swanry, __Knuth_Stariiiim. 1'hnne I25S-J. nJbUR SACKS "Laundrieri. Prrfccl c o n d i t i o n . Kine (or tea t OUT Is, filo. Kiz.e .13x-in. .15 r c n t u «arh. a foi* Sl.pn. HAMPTON'S A R M Y STORE. "SHKETS plyljonfii, fi'xfi'," W "thick. I'h .5(1(1 WATT power u n i l . SZ25.(in. Firal hnusp hetiind Consumers' 1GA Stori* on 5qtinrr. · ' WHISKEY" I) ar fclfi^Tor^v/ln'e~of "c I ri cf. G u n r n n t c r r l unund while oak, SO gallons. $4.as, check or money 'order. Freight collect. DbtHleni Cnoperajifi C n , Box/ 69, Lau-renrKhiirtf. In$150.00 ~CLOSlNG"dUT SALE""" MONTHLY HARDWARE STOCK, PLUMBING N '*TMnA LL L-?hi' 1 "s","'""?^'"" ! SUPPLIES, BUILDING MATERI- ho,,r» wcclcly.' tar^r r'nrnlnw w i t h i ALS, RADIOS, E L E C T R I C A L AP... ^ ^ PL | ANCE5 EVERYTHING GOES. ! DURING THE WEEK, APRIL 28lh TO MAY 3rd. SPECIAL PRICES ON EVERY ITEM COMPLETE STOCK KNOWN AS MORRISON HARDWARE IN MORRIS, OKLAHOMA Open 8iOO A.M. to 7:00 P.'M. BUY YOUR NEEDS FOR THE YEAR AT THESE LOW PRICES' COME and LOOK and BUY and SAVE THE BROADHURST CO. ins;. We cslnhli^h you f u l l y . Q u a l i f k ' a l f o n s : M I N I M U M i n v e s t m e n t S-riOiLOO. spcurrri by e q u i p m e n t . Good charndcr ,nnd r r f c r e n r e s . Reply R i y i i i R phone mini- bur for dt:inoiir.:ra(ioM w i t h fncuirv A W O N D ^ R F U I , O P P O R T U N I T Y BE your own boss--enrn up lo SIO.'JU a year or more. Operate n Soft let Crram Store under a tested p r n f i i - , proven plan in your own t e r r i t o r y . . Equipment KO|I| on ter.as. W r i t e fnr frt-e i n f o r m a t i o n n h n u t the world famous ELECTRO FKKE7.K R n f t Iro Crpam M n r h i n e ^ . KTKEH M I N TON niSTRiniJTlNG CO.. 1200 State St.. P l n o B u f f . A IjKI.P WANTED CARETAKER for n p n r l m c n t , Phone I'lin-M-.l. HEM- WANTED--MALE Used by thousands In reducing lets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tl NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D A D S Sate: 3 cenlf per word single in icrtlon Three consecutive inserlir-m 7 cents per word M i n i m u m order «2c Claiiifie.ti adi cash In a d v a n c e -- n o t ' t ' T T I-'V tliiten over the telephone. Porter Wnnlod GOOD sl.nriiiif! salary, permanent position. Paid vacations, p.roup insurance and otht-r i-mployfi hrncfiis". Se? Mr. Storey. Montgomery _\Vfirri nElilA'BLE man w i l h ~ V a r v/.'ir.fcd""!?! call on f aimers In W-T-hinRton Coimly. W o n r l e r f u l o p p n r ; u n i t y . sio lo S20 in n da; . No experience or c.ipllnl r e q u i r r r j . I't-ruiEiiciit. \ V r i l c todav. McNT-SS COMPANY, Drjpt. A. Frccport. 111. ^^ HELP WANTED--FEMALE WANTF.H--cnr" S. 71. 103 North College Phone 2487 hnps. Chuck Wagon. SALESMKN WANTED -^ UNEXPECTKD change caun*« vacancy in N o r t h Washir.Rtnn County. ^«ti oppor;unity for man w i t h car to supply dcni.inri for Ravi-Irish Prorj. nets. No c a p i t a l needed. M. .1. C l a r k . Arkansas d.issifving a h n u l JS.n'Ki (n yenrly. Also o t h e r I n r n l M l c s av.nl- flhle. Write R a w i n c h ' s I)rp-.r' t nirnt AKD : MO-2n3. Memphis. Tcnn. TRAXSrORTATlON OFKERRJ) PUBLIC SALE HOUSEHOLD nrticlcs. miscpllanrous Itflmi. On Wednesday. A p r i l .10. n?K i n n i n R at JO n. m. B l n c k h u r n . Arh . R miles west nf Winslnw on Devil's H u n noarl. H . L . C n n l r c l l . _ BARV bnssincl. _S3!Jio!_jPhri'nft_2674-R PJ.ANTH--Tomntn, pt-pprrs and e R j p l n n t Phnno 29.13. Berry's Tlo-xna, ·W S c;rrcc. n'is Sal ia." Pp. nn ?tni ncrry's i _ auditorium and firldhouse. I,, o. Vanyjint diroctocl the play. Members nf t h e cast were: Georgia McCoy, Mary Ann Hull, Ronnie Allen, Virginia HDmbrce, Joe I.a.v- rn-in, .Hmmio Cyperl. Myrna Smith.-Verna Westbrook, Steve N'ewlon and .lorry Klkins. There was a packed house Friday night- so they will give thp play ajfafri' Monday night at 8 o'clock in the auditorium. The. first fellowship dinner meeting of the Womeit of the Ctark Career Parish of the Presbyterian Church met Thursday u l R h t flt Ml. Comfort. Mrs. n fi Carl of Enid, Okla., Synortle«j nrejidenl, was the guest sneaker. Women attended representing six churches of this area--Cane Hill Ml. Comfort. Pea nidge, W a l n u t Orove, West Fork anrl Springdale a. m rlnily; 9:30 a. m. Saturday Corrections and rerun c h e e r f u l l y made after first insertion. No corrections or rerun made a f t e r ad has ex- ptred. NOTE: Advertising- copy frtr othei 1951 K A I S K I l frrr \.m AnCrles. C a l i f . Wednesday or Thursday. Take 2 or 3. Phone .1(irriM4. M O N K Y TO LOAN FhA~ HOME T'JANS Low interest, loin: lorms ) CO.M-'ANY, INC. FOR SALE-- HOME NEEDS Chancery Dispositions Krncst Ijincusler vs Bpulrle* Ijncajttr: Decree ot divorce plaintiff, iwnrdlnj cujtorty minor child t( parties to pl»lntlf(. Gtortr Tjotsem vs .Inyee Tjossem: Decree of divorce to plaintiff. NOTICRS "~Mctrci'To"quitT TITLI " John I n s r u m «ni) Mary Let Incram. petitioner!. t Nollfc Is hereby Riven th3t th^rc has hcen filed In t h e o f f i c e of Clork of the Chunrery Court of Wmhinii- Inn County, A r k n n m i v A p r l t t l o n to c o n f i r m In .lohn (ngrAm and Miiry Lee I n i r n m thf t i t l e lo Ins f o l l o w i n g i M n d K In inld County: T h i SW',i of Iho N K ' l o! Sri. lit. nod p u r l of the SE'i of i h n N W ' , of Sec. 15. deicrlbed ni lie- f l n n l n s «l Ihe SK corner nf naid f o r t y , n m n l n j Ihence West .14fi It.; Ihence N. .IS dec. W. 1,011 II ; then N. 7« del. .TO mln T.. .121 ll ; thence N. Kl dcx. E. 157 ft : Ilirnci- N. 22 lice. E. ISO.!. M.; Ihrncc N. 54 dejf. E. 20 tl ; Ihence S. I,n20 ft. lo point of beginning, ill In Twp. 17 Nonh, n«nfe 31 Wi-tl. All penont cl«lmln|[ iflld l^ndi. or · ny Inlereitl t h t r e l n , lire hereby n o i l - fieri nnrt wurned to upprnr in Hftld Court within llx wepkM f r o m d n l e hereof or *· (toon t h e r e n f l e r nt u n l r l mfilter m*y be henfd ftnd Ihnw miMe why t i t l e to Mid lundl ihnulrl not be confirmed in Mid p»tlttnner*. Wltneii my htnd «· inch Clrrk ind ltd of old Court thin 29ih d» ttl Mirrh, l»51. IDEAM ntch«rd Clerk . r.reer .11 April 7-14-21-2* M»y S-c JUST RECEIVED SPODE BLUE IOWER BUTTER CUP Lewis Bros. Co., Inc. USED FURNITURE BARGAINS 11-pc bcrlrnom Hroup posler hert, ehesi, v n n l l v . n r n e h , roi- Ion m n t l f r i i . Simmon* t o i l u p r h i K , hednprend. pr. botirlolr lamp*, pr pillows · £111^0 .'i-pc p r i r f e h n r t dinel'e w i t h chroiiif chiiim t 79 ,Mi n u t flni*h ' r r ' m S M M D i n i n g lal.le nnd «lx rhair*. w»l- n u t , excellent r o n d M i n n \ 70 .SO Stump F u r n i t u r e Co. r.n^W DtcKiTin Ph'-ne .".] 12 OSKD o-fic he'ft wlih'piiiT'$I2.'-A I.ewl» Rfoi Co. Ine AdvrrtUe In the TIMI.H--ll |my». m i n y nthprs. l'hon* Flowers. 4n R. Grpse. pfivkf "PIANO~ A rnr- ' ba'r c"aTrT~olv p n r t n n l t y . . F'amoita makr O r l K i n n l l y cn?t over S750 on. Perfect condition. nijj s a v i n R lo responsible pany-- May ^isiinn- halnnco;.f»n (.rriall pay- mrnls. Writ*- Crndit M f l n n R e r . Jnp- Un I ' i n n n Company. 312 M a i n Street. . I n p l f n . Misuniiri ____ _ _ I . I K K nVw 7 "ciihtr font C'oldVpnt" JJcrp- freczr-. Usr^l o n l y -1 m n n t h f . S20'). C;in he f e r n Wn^liniRSon T r a n s f e r .J^arclimi^r Phone 42. 2(T C U B I C ~f mil " rnYn mere in'l 2 door Wii^iinshour.c Irrljox. 2 year* old, i i f f M l only in a home. S.I.'O 'Kl. 12 r u n i c font ice cream hox fypff K r l v l n n t n r fr.T 7 -r. $200(10. Also H o l p n i n t double nven n'.itvc cril.V ruie year old 32SO. All in A - i c o n H i l i o n . C.'MII be Keen C V R i n r h . 0 miles oul on H i R h way ·».", i-asl J'hono ^o.'MWJ. O N K miTXl Jf,-(~h»!mnr* U'-I) ifacVnr. Now rubber On" m o u n t e r ) plow 2-M On" A II i- m n w r r i n ' i u n ' f d . One 10- i n r h h . i n i r n f r n u l l 1 srn*"n^ P.vk- .TRC prlrc SMH n f j Mny he Keen al A i i K l m W j n n f a r m . Wc.it Fork, nr H. W. G u r n r - y . Phone 2M5.M nfte.r 6 p. m ___ ^ __ K F. YKTO N F. q li n li 1 y " " *ccd fn~" bul k Quality new mattress and mattress renovating. Phone 3036 .... 40I ...^_ E ^T_ DIC J^9!J I . R A I N B O W TROUT nfiTrt" dufiy PKofTi Sprlngrlnle 3201. O7*rk Trout Fnrm Nenr Jobnton. FOJl_,SALE OR LEASR flAnAOF, h u t l d l n j j on It KA ml rig ton. Leilie Hlr-Vrr i"iri4 ^R SAI.F O R _ ^ ACRES on~ 7I~ h I JrhwiTy"" VVo'od mine-i. Prefer Inriter (nrm on EMt - _ . ^ . f f U O n K n V nnd "nlfillnn In. Suhtirhnn n r r p n u f N[|I| l l x t u r r * . r'linnr K()M iivt»r " u p t'lyd Kurm'ngfnn. f'r*lrif fJrnvr. 40 Af.'nr. farm New hrmt «n*I hufn. (iftftd wrll nn poreh O l e r t l r l l v 4 . Vfuni Iftrgr hmi*** f r u i t e r Spsrinn. j\*v C l n r k . WlfUlnw " ~ ' ~ ' ~ ' ' , Jnvnlco i t n r k 'linnr^2((^fi __ i rnrfTolne'ton plct'* Nowelt. 3 n t l k l notith of Ark. Phone THEN BUSINESS OPPOIITUMTT $800 CASH '3 ESTABLISHES INDEPENDENT BUSINESS "* V 'J. For Responsible Man or Woman ':: Own ntul n p r r a . p 15 r|»rtri'MMv h*MtM rli*pen.c' rs of various types ' nf C a l i f o r n i a nut:, un'l-r w r M known .hr-md. T h i s equipment plot f o u r hours plras.'int vnrk u - f r k l v snnuM pro-lure substantial Incomgf · Lihoral f i n a n c i n R tn A?yi:-f in vxivirr-jon. Your i n i t i a l locations will W ' sr-rur-vT fnr yon, ,in-I your t m i n i n g and KUiH.inr* in thp matter d? ' npcr.it.nn ami oxnanFlnri i* f r o m t n f n r m n l i n n by U.. S. Dfipartmeni; - orConimm.1'. H you h a v n HIP nprr";sarv rnpji:.!. n r r ;inri»rely interested' anrl prepared in CM lo work NOW, vnir Bn x K-73. c-n Times, giving rlnnlU about self and i-hnno n u m b r r . Every applicant will be inter-, viewed. "You're no bif (toil. I boy friend* thin I kr.ow whkt to do with." BKRVTCKR OFFERKD PLOWING rinnf h.v the h n n r P h o n e ! 1207. LAWN mower *rlnclmj( ami n v r h ' n u l - j ins \V. W. K w a n e . *o-.i:h S t n t l t . i m . ; _JWS-J. FOR p ^ p n r h n r i R r r .'ir p a i n t e r , phohf i HOME humrtry Wei" was'h a rid "drVtns Wr dn it (or y n n w h i l e jo.i u n t k nr «hop Price* rrvisfmnhV. ft .v m t to 7 p. m. SnlurriiiY fl a. m 1n nnnn ; Htflhwiiy 71 N o r t h n ^ r C f i s h f r t n i · ^Drive-In Siont^s H»in*? L.-uui-lry i A-i CARPKNTF.R. Oiif" c i,~ Mr.; Daniel fnr horns* rrp.iir. A d d i t i o n * _PhnnoJI3l : .). _ .___ TnACrOfTcarden plowing "Phone"JlMl' for information · i ! FOtt SAI.K--RJBAL ESTATt | "BRICK'FOR "DURABILITY" : W K h f i v r J u m luicrt this f i v e /owl I tric!c In it v-rv cholct lo^ijtion. «t. no n;r« lot |j-au(ifully UndJcap-d' Th** hniwc ron'ljf* nf living roam, n m i n ? riTm. br*skf«st rocm in k r r - h r n . two hudrnomj and bi»h; I.-URP f i n i s h e d hstcmrnl au'omili* K»» h f 3 » : . Hrttisr is of brick » f t i r t i o n . lri*.![!.-)'pt *nri \n CXCP r*-n.nr THIS (S OWE OT THE V A I . I ' R K WF HAVE HAD TO OFF AT sn.aonro - Ufley · Company, lnc,|"' * WANTED TO BUY LARGE two wheefTmHrr with" Jiady^^neasgnablc I75JZ. CLEAN col ton rag*, ifir per pi Bring to TIMES office. WANT_TO_RENT 2 OR 3 bedroom hntite by ~fTrit or f l f l e p n l h of June. Faculty rouplf. One ohild. P n r l l i l l y furnl«hpd preferred. Phone MI3-W. BURNISHED house, n bedroom--M»lnr S l r r l i n C. Moore. M i l l i n g - Sclonrr Depl., University of Arkun.iax. Phnne 17.TM. FOR RBXT-- MATRESS R E N O V A T I N G Cotton M n t l r f - M P S B u i l t I n l o C u a r o n t r f r l lnncr^pr:tii;! UollvwnnH Bed* M n d r To tlrri^r O N E D A Y SERVICE--PHONE 2i7* Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. l: -' l LJ*iy.UL_ K -' 1 *!_ sl KXCAVATING~-~BULt7D()XiNO~- 1 ONI5R - ROADS - CLCAIIING - OL1N K A R N E S AND KLLIS WILSON (.ENOCHS LVSl i , Cn!l J J Pycatt 2203. flei. W* - rt *H 1. miey 220.1. Re» 1607 " "" GOOD LIVESTOCK FAR/ 120 ACRES--so reared, level · smonih Five milr-* from town. K»irl rn.irt.' Five nom hout«, Koo'l barn*. !wo 'v.-elli. one- rlccinr pump. *nrt sprint- T*- anri i r a c i o r e q u i p m e n t and . prrson.it property. SO ACHES, f l i n l frivel (jinrl. partif rlnrert Thr»*r room ho'«e. fairly new.. *niflll hen house ind barn. A Konr1 v.ilij.. at only $3.000.00. HAMMOND RFAITY CD. Phonr 713 1 J. ?". Backitrom Kv». Phone 275.1-L-l ooms^Phorie 1207. CABIN, ftirnlshBrtT fnr ~ieht KoufiT- kccping. J1IO N._Lrverctt. __ FURNISHED '~rnom d p n r t m f t n t . pri- vnt*» halh. n l D c t r i r r? friBeralor. t ' t i l - I fttr.i paid. ? ' j block i irom n q u a r r . A y n i l a h l e _ M a y 1. Phone 598-W. AN e f f i c i e n c y n p n r l m e n l , p r f v n t e halh". i ti'ili' 1 '?* nitri. Couple p r r f r r r n H . jn.i I \V. Spring. _. ____ _ _ _ _ _ DOV/NSTAiRS nircnlnit room, prlvntr Jiaih._203 W. Sprinjt. ____ PlJRNISHEb Vnrajir B p a r l m ^ n t . U t l l l - ItlPi paid. Immedldle orciipmcy. Phonr_117-J. ___ __ _ _ * THREE vrry nice 3 room np»?tnifnti. Enrh with p r i v a t e h ^ t h . new k i t c h e n built inn. O r n d l x rnriHllps. blchly noilRhccl Itoord nnri etc. fi^r them now nncl lake your rholre. HAMMOND REALTY CO. PHONE 7M ATTRACTIVE u n f u r n i s h e d n p a r t m e n l Rcrtecornted. SS South Duncan Phonp_27_inu. LARGE sleepinf room. ncxr"io~b7tri. Private enlrflnce. ^09 N. Colleie Phone 78. .1 ROOM unfurnished apartmenCPrioiii 1 2G1R-W. .1"BEDROOM u n f u r n i s h e d house"^ _^_J?1 r ! H !}5 l :_J:I hf)n _ e 2B71-M. 4 ROOM unlurnll"hed~n'parln-,efrt. tjtTlt- ties paid. Bendix avallnhle. Slove and r e f r l R e r « t o r fvirnishert. Adult*. Phnne .106 or .103. SLEEPING roo'm, .113 W. Center. Phone S96-J. TJEWLY decorated .1 room a p a r t m e n t . Also 2 room a p a r t m e n t . Phone ISin-M-.l ATTRACTIVE comfortnblr r o o m where you will f«cl m home 1 . GjrJft. ~ _ . . . . - - , NICEST dparlmenf In town.' ronmi tmfnrnfiihffd on Wnnhlngton t _ , Landseaiii: K i t l n i n t e Free Phone M-J-2 rolhej^ Njirnrry. __Ore£nlind """DiTCil DfG'GfNG ' FOOTINGS--w n t e r. ens «nrt s«wer dtiche*; septic lank ho. 1 en Dljjgmc and buck f l M l n j t Call =828 Bryce Pavii' 24-HOUR' SERVICE "ON Covered Buttons, Button Holes, I Tailored Belt* and Buckles. Special A! ten lion given Mail Orders. Satisfaction or Money Back. SINGER SEWING M A C H I N E CO. IB S.E. St.. Kn.vrHiwIllc Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES. Contractor! C37 E. Lafayette. Box j43 L'. Stn. Phnno H86, Faycltcvillr FOR YOUR noof;HG"?;}:EDS-- Cull II L Stcwnn Roofing C o n l r n c l o r A lo. A«be»loi Sidlni. . Homg rrpnira.^Jhonc I f l l l J E X C A V A T T N 6 B U L L D O Z I N G Gravel, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N Phont 249 TnwtiHT COURT. On« of thr bitter , 71 h i g h w a y eourtj. 6 modern urUU, *** modern homf, well equipped cafs j* w i l l -test 5)1. I don't believe you cab ·*- hcDt It, H IK eject *nd you c«h ** have ariy ntflsrmabl* termi. Her* (« ·»- a n o i h r r cnod buy in i G-unil modern "V court nnd » strictly modern 5 room h n m r also · n i f t y l i t t l e eflfe and n i l shop, a fino loratlon and It has hid a good Dullness all winter. i! ; l a nuwy tmk»r. W« have 3 lojj n ^ t r h m f o j , excpll«nl locations. fop f a t n p m » n t ^ind «nod buiin*» and rrsl!y priced to icH. \V have ih c l r r i r l r n l nnd plumblne bunncy, cro^s san.wo a year, medium invsn- tory nf u p 10 dJitfi stnck, a food srrvir-f i r u c k . H bif fertile territory, thf i»wn*;r wan!* to lell or trid*--* (or Fflrtlci'111e homf. FARMS. v«U \' - ? have lh*m, any price f*n|l ( h i t you might bo IntKreiicd in- Cnmc down and ipend 4 day with in. NEWLIN REALTY WKST FORK. ARK. a p n r l m c n t . f'rivatr rntrnncc. A t - 1 t r a c l i v e l y dcconitrd find f t i r n l i h r d . Lars** r.]o?ets. vrnellnn.blinds. N f a r University nnd buMnrs. crntrr. Onp KJ li NTSHIED ~"i""roorn ~rnod~orn "JTo^r fm c n t . Private bath, hardwood floom, Venetian blinds, gurhitftc- dl.ipofixl u n i t . New Hcndix wa.ihcr and dryer, XnraRr. No ringi. SSS 00 per m o n l h . u t i l i t i e s p a r t l y paid. OUi»r a p a r t - ments a v a i l a b l e J u n e (S. Phone 100. _Kveru_E.__Carnpbo]l. NE\VLV rt~eco~ra"tcd~"parlly furnished .T room a pa rl men I. Prlvjite b a t h . Phonff 2.141-M. ^ ^ ^ .1 ROOM nlreiy ftirnlnhed a p a r t m e n t . N c v/1 y flcrorated. V e n e t i a n bllnri«. P r t v n l f entrancf. nnd balh nil In paid. On School St. Phone IS57-M. U P S T A I R S a p a r t r r t n t furnUhVd. SSfi.OO. DOWNSTAIRS n p a r t n i e n t f u r n i s h e d . S10.no. U t i l i t i e s paid. 2958R3. 1ODERN, newly decorated 2 bedroom ground floor duplex in XVa*hlngmn j School district. R e f r i R e r a t o r * n ri ttnve f u r n i s h e d . Indivldim! h r a t l n p j and cooling u n i t . Quiet neighbor- j hood rlnsp lo s u p e r m a r k e t s anrl SIO.fMJ Phonr 12SZ a f t e r five . ____ N I C R furnisfiod apartment. PrlvnTe | b»lh. F o r couple. S e e a f t e r 4 p m . PARTLY f u r n i s h e d 5 room . r » v / - r h « i i l f r t C*rl O w n h r y . nt K » r m i n » t n n Phnni* P r A t r i * J. W. H I L L ELECTRIC CO. Quality Inilailin · PUMPS · POWER Phon« 24,_We«l Fork SUN-TIL! Venetian "bflneis"7n?. aiuml. · n n m window ncretn.i nnc* flwnlncs Frre es'lrnifr-i Gahn Cci per 441 ^South LrniRt. Pnom 1010 FOR .SALE--RKAL ESTAl'K Adam Reed, I(Ml R-dfttf broker", hjffhwpy 71. ncn£__Wlnniow. ! BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY CRACKFR-IACK f,ni;ill hiMlnrxs f^r two ju-ople. i/)r« nnrci i nl p r n f n : nnd l^.ii ( u r n ovnr. O t h r r nnd b l g j . hiii!non* pro posl'ions ATOP MT. SEQUOYAH ATTRACTIVE Irame home at fi"l K k v - ) line D r i v e This homf hn* h n r r f . i wood floors, two hcdrorrr.v Inrjm I sleeping porch, Jnrfie h^*eineni «n'l · nir. yr t lovely ' n n d romtoriflh!**: nnmr In ihe lower prlre bracke' i DUPLEX ' ! V/KLL 10c«tert n.-nm» prop-riv no.ir ' U. of A. mmpii-t Il-*t p r n i m . ; i h o n | fn F f l y e t l e v i l l c for n f u - i e n i w h o h;n ! 3 or 4 vcflrf rollciie work. A f t r ^ c - j live lonn baianre m?v he aisumcd ' at no / i d d l l i o n a l cost. | NEAR CITY PARK i DISTANT owner o f f e r i n g lovriv (-.vo bedroom f r a m e hnme--Only fi-".- '· yearn old. Conntru-1ed f r o m h"M ; nf imlrrJals hy exporl m e r h i n - c s · Th- properly «t M! H i c h l n n r i h--- 1 «old. This it your n-xl leM \ .100 ACT1E river valley farm, F*yetfrf-u£ ville n r e n : food building*: c * I h ^_ price. ?2tVMW. Accent modern honvi -in Faycltcviile part payment. J. H. V nay. 212 Eacon BMf. ^. SPRING "VALUES ; ? n , mitei--rayetlevlllff city llmtti i.Vj ACRF. fnrm. food hou»e. birn nnd ntJlbulldinii. Sprint («d branch year round through place, fenced . ,, and croft fenced. On m»ln high- "** "RUSSELL REALTY CO. i 2fl N. Rlork St Phone 13W Ke^mit Da\ Evf.^BV^^ TWcTroom h"oiise wilh iurniture. Easy moved. Inqijlre at Oidtn'i GraC9ry ( ^, IllHtiwsy 'G2 ^?s{. ONF) h-rfroom home. Attached fsraic. -· PrAeMtWU'-.nf-w, $4.83000. 920 Holly. " :. |i: 1 w *. y 7 ^ 1 - iu,· BY owncri .1 bedroorn home. s«ml- ino'lrrn vvjih tool houjs. ehlclCKi hotro. one ncre land and beautluil location. Price J3.SOO. Offer eloftA l*t of May? Com#r McClinton on lT~hbc)M"~aibMt06' ihlngle liouae.^B ^ rnom!. hardwood floor*, downstatn. Mr»hes nfce house or 2 «pirtrnenti. Mdke payment* with upatairi 2 C np.Trtmrn'i furnished, 2 full ba'.hj. f - .·ifl~"ACRK ivrrfT'hamti harn, wat^, «"·** . l l m h r r Feachci, applei arid plilm . ire*-* he.irtnj. Garden potfltoci »iU "*' three ncrei corn planffi. Localtd "^ nhnu! four miles loutheast Gr^en-. r--. Innd Will JH-H cheap. H. L. Mitchell, *** K.i.vetievlIlP. Ark., Route 3. Immed- DO you hnvn J2.AOOOO to Invest In a lovrK', two bedroom rock hom*», t h a i also haf an attractive thret rnnrn a p a r t n i f n t with private en- tranrr. Double tarajf. The Broadhursl Co. 1011 N. College Phont Zt87 F:ve ^L E ; ^pak;r. phon-t 1681-R ; NEW HOMES : R K A D Y for new owner|. on etthtf rotjier of generous «fz* lotJ, iom« twn. iome ihree hMroim*. »ll 'iin- V* ished w i t h cire attached jar^je^, t Wa.ihinr'nn or NEW ichocl Dll'.nctJ. -Term* io e f f e c t or ran b? arranced. d! A mrchil j«urvey will convince onp ,""Y of *he pre«»nt rtav value. NEIL SAWREY, BROKER^ "Whr"-f your jiHs m en.t h rmpected-** --Standard Realty Co. l.d l| pho _ ^ _ .1 ROOM lo K~h oTis'e" recently"" redone Inside Garden arm pasture, deep ^wrlj. Qnrland A venue_ j^hone 5M 2 ROOM f u r n i s h e d apartmrnt!"(foljple only, phone .tlfl*. ROOM for man. cioiiTln7 Phone 355- W 2 noon hoiiKci w i t h itardeni. nl*r , catHe pasltire. phonn 7HRJ2. Bill Pprirr. __ _ P A R K V I E W ' " Apart'rnentir"! fteflroom. li;tth, J i v m i t rnorn. iHnel'e and k i i r h e n Ba*emrnl ilorjujf »nd l a u n - drv f a r l l i t k * VW1 per m o n t h i i n f u r n - Uhert and S$S per month f u r n i s h e d . Call 22D3. Who's Who For Service Consult You' Classified _ Se rv ice Dj rec [to ry B K A l I T Y S H O P f i ni A p p n l n l h i f n u lH n f^.^ F*hfmf _A1 n [\ BKMJTV JI XKflSfic~'n'EAliTV siior " P f r m n n f n l W»v« ji Spfplnlt __ Phone !M for jtppnlnlrnertl^ coi.v A'nn's HF.AUTY 8MoP Ml W M««dnv-Phrn 300J Mxrh 13 0*up Cold wiivt IS ~ riortne* HHlUKKTTS BEAUTY SHOP REI.IAILI WORK N Blorll Hhont TM ' ' ~ " ~ - - - . Now tip town 7li R. Mnut.tiln St. Allot! Dorirll. Phnni INDIVlntJAl.l.V dfllimei) f o u n d « l l n n ml nir|lc«l iiipnorll. Vimn Or«»n ered Corifllirt, 218 North E«lt KU, . ll one- . Hammond Really Co, Kvf Pho ir H n Hammond 137 1 _ _ -1 A. JnrvM_t:.^J\V FOUR "EXTRA" SPECIAL VALUES CAMPUS frnni-Thrff I T m i A p - i r i m r n i houic; One u n i t 4 rrtom *m h a t h ; Two u n i i x 2 rnonv, r irfi «h*rinx bmh; 5pacnm rocnn rv. tra w e l l hu'MI. n u t nun tic XT. (,i r . ! n-iec. M( 7* hv ;o9. n hornt and an i n p o r n f . Siz.AOr) CI.OKK in-- fi room rc«irt"iir? --ir;i hilh. h r f d r t f a t t rnoni. b i - i r n i f - n f wilh i l a u n d r y f a r l l i M o * . a!*n 2 r-imn Kt- · ragr* t i p ^ r t n i c n t f n ' K f n r m , ' h r r i · w(!h M l h . K*i h f a t Meal loraiion. 1 (·x!m |«rj« \nt SO fi.'.0 ; N K A n new Hi*h Jirho'jl -.1 r o n m - h u n c a t n w w i t h h i t h . B«r.ipr unrl \ workshop; p.-ii h f a ' . lir-i( of r o n ! · I r u c t l n n . lot Srj h j :0'i 51 '.^ u n t i l ' Ms.v I 2 CHOICE r t s u l ^ n . f l I n f n .T h' (mm OmpiM «nd )'n' o f f C r n v r Si on Hill Si V) hv r»i " SPECIALLY PRICED UNTIL MAY I J. D. 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