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NOtTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMII, hyrttavld*. Ark Monday, May 19, 19SJ U. S. Investigator Held Captive In Brazil Jungh ·ir I NOTICE Obituary 1 * Miami. Fla.-W-In (he Brazilian · l a n d Wilson of Joi)lin. Mo.: one ' J u n Kles today a U. S. c i v i l i a n avi- daughwr, Mrs. Ruby Allmenriinger ation invcstlgalnr and a Brazilian ForMt Ellwood (Shorty) Smith Forest Ellwood (Shorty) Smith, . of Rogers; two brothers W. T. of Vilonia, and L. T. of Batesvillc; a sister, Mrs. Doris Simpson of O k l a h o m a City; and 13 grandchildren. 70. resident of this community i since 1909, died in City Hospital at I u . . . . ,, . 5:55 p. m. yesterday after a one- i ""*' Bon ""» loelto Evoni day illness. He came here f r o m 1 R n Wrs -(Special)- Mrs. Sophie Ohio, and had worked at the I l r i e l l a Ev ans, 68, died yesterday Phipps Lumber Company for home east of Rogers near Air Force major tried to win frre- F0« RAI.K PUBLIC SALE ONE niilp N. E Prairie Grove on · H i K h w n y 62 Thursday. May L'inri. bt-- Cinnmc jtt lO.'tfl .1 in L'l hr;*t of llvcslrtrk. 1 -- 1W Chi-vrolrl p i c k u p ' truck. 1 lot cif f f i r t n nnirhintrj . household fond* nod nun rllam-u-.ii. I ilctns Mrs. Hurk CIlIcv uw ncr Tlitr- , -HOME NrjEDS HAVE about 40 years. He was a member | c '"b'- She was a native of Ben- of the Modern Woodmen of the j l m i C n unty. Survivors are two World. He married Miss Nettin \ daughters. Mrs. Bonnie Metcalf Lehman January 8, 1909, in Tahle- ' a n d Mrs. Dovie Oxford of Rogers; quah, Okla. , I two sons, Lloyd «nd Russell of He is survived by his wife; one ; np ar Rogers; three half brothers, son, Carl Smith, of Rogers;' one · l n r e e bait sisters, 10 grpndchil- brother, Ernest Lee Smith of Vale Ark.; one sister, Mrs. Frances Fobinson of Carterville, Mo.; two gianddaughters; four nephews, Paul Corlett of Faycttevillc. Tom Lambert of Tulsa, Okla., Walter Smith of Vale, Ark., and Clyde Clark of Carterville. Mo.: four nieces. Mrs. Sally Shuh of San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Juanila Redfern of Vale, Mrs. Lela Loftin of Fort Smith and Mrs. Norma Johnson of Boston, Mass. Funeral services w i l l be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. in the dren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be con" ducted tomorrow at 2 p. m., at the Burns Funeral Home by the Rev. Cecil Garrison, with burial in the Rambo cemet?ry. John Marshall Maion Bentonville - (Special) - James Marshall Mason, farmer from the 78, a Mason retired Valley community, died yesterday in the dom from a "wildcat" parachutists. Gordon chief artvisnr of the Miami International District Office of the Civil Aeronautics Authority, said 3D or more armed parachutists xvere holding Scott A. Magnets, CAA aviation safety advisor from Miami, and Alaj. Miranda Correa of (he Brzilian Air Force. He said (hey were being used as hostages in an attempt tn ynin transportation for the parachutists back to civilization from a helicopter l a n d i n g strip .1.7 miles from a spot where a Pan American World Airways plane crashed Ap-, ril 29. h i l l i n g 50 persons, including! 10 Americans. | The pilot of a U. S. helicopter messaged, his commanding officer at Albrook Air Force Base in (he Panama Canal zone that he had removed all U. S. government officials from (he jungle "except one M'agness whi. is heing held hostage by Brazilian parachutists." He said he was forced Io fly ^"nnc;;;j A p rRO x,s^ys,,, am! h n t r h i kansfls HrinTcr Stret-t. . all 312'J ,U '.t-ht-ry. N () r t h i IHJSINESS OPPORTUNITY OPPORTUNITY NOW AVAILABLE IN YOUR CITY AND , SURROUNDING TERRITORY MAN w i t h rrfprcnco riL-fiiring n ST f u t u r e to acrvirr f u l l nr ftjinri- ti rou to of rtutotnitir m n r h i n c n i ppiiKinc f u s t Felling c-onfv:innj No v H l i n K . ARC not C3srnti;il F n r n up to SI Oft per week in your spare WE GLAMORENE the New Rug Cloancr LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. We Deliver. Phone 246 D EM IN G WA'Tffi SYSTfMS lime n-jjardlei SKftS io X I . ISO prriircH mill i-r not nnswer t h i s inlcrestrri nnd ash. Write- f u l l heru fish r e q u i r e d , f u l l y itrolled hy vou Dn atf unicss d e f i n i t e l y have th* required filvinR phniir mini- . her for interview w i t h f Address I'. O. 13ox 7iHj, Okiahuina City. Okln. NICE OPPORTUNITY! TO R l n r t your own mile p i o / i m business. No cxpcrit c a n s t n r t w i t h to first fee] your Bates Memorial Hospital here. A ! supplies to the armed group at the lifetime resident of Mason Valley, he was an elder in (he Presby- threat of death to Madness. , .... ,,.. , - . Bennett said (he unauthorized chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home I tcrian Church at Vaughn and a I expedition, led by Linn dc Matlos. by Fred McClung, minister of the | member of the Masonic lodge. He ! a - deputy from the state of Sao Church of Christ. Burial will be in ; is survived by a son, Henderson of j Paulo, had been sponsored and Mason Valley; one granddaughter, I financed by Arihemar de Barros . Fail-view Memorial Park cemetery. Bert Lewis Funeral service for Bert Lewis, 78, who died Thursday, was conducted Saturday afternoon in the First Baptist Church by the Rev. O. L. Gibson, assisted by the Rev. William Sherman and the Rev. John Asbell, who was in charge of , , Margie Ann Mason of Mason V a l - ' a former povernor of Sao Paulo Iry; one sister, Mrs. T. S. Hine of Muskogee, Okla.; and one brother, Mike of Tracy, Calif. Funeral services be conducted at the Vaughn Presbyterian Church at 2:30 tomorrow. The Rev. Stanley Bright will officiate. Burial will be in the Barrrm cemetery under the direction of the services at the grave in Bluff j Callison-McKinney Funeral Home. cemetery. Springrlale. Honorary! -- -pallbearers were members of the I James Paul Atkins boards of directors of the F i r s t 1 Benlonville - (Special) - Funeral j National Bank of-Fayetleville, the .'services for James Paul Atkins, I p l a n e was enroute from Buenos · - - · · - - . -*-· ·«-- * · ^, *· i . T v , , , A . and mentioned as a possible candidate for president of Brazil in the next election. No f u r t h e r information was available here, but it was known that there was conflict between the official expedilion to the scene of (he crash and the volunteer _.:;"'": group, which was called a arity caravan." pand as earninRS j u s t i f y . A reliable D u n und Bradstrest rated f i r m w i t ! ficlrrt a responsible- I n d i v i d u a l from t h i s ,T-ca to represent our products d i s t r i b u t e d t h r o u g h new a u t o m a t i c merchandising machines An investment of only SGWVOn in 2'i initi.T! machines aliri merchandise is re- ciuired to shirt you. When you can pee KnnvinR profits you can then add additional equipment nnd inv e n t o r y for expanditiK. One f.f n u r items is a new. chlorophyll Gum ivp,- product, which is receiving so much n a t i o n a l publicity. This is an op. p o r t u n i t y well worth your f u l l e s t investigation. For personal interview, write, civinff your q u a l i f i c a - tions, name, address and phonr n u m - ber tu Mr. WiSRins, Prcs . INTERSTATE VENDING CORPORATION 1 SOU So. M a i n Slrpct. Carthage. Mo WANTKD from p r i v a t e party. SAVE MONEY TIME and LABOR fig. 2090 Marvel $136.00 F A Y E T T E Y I L I E Plumbing Heating Co. 310 NORTH WEST The crash scene is 591 miles : MONET TO LOAN south-southeast of Belem and fl.13 miles north of Rio de Janeiro. Thr Alrcs to Ncw York wh « n it c Final rites fnr thr violin First National Bank of Springdale. 11. son of Frank Atkins of Cave and the Board of Deacons of the Springs, will be conducted at 2 First Baptist Church. Active pall- p. m. today at the Callison-Mc- . bearers were Virgil T. BIosEom. I Kinney Funeral Home by the Rev. j held a l lne -^ene yesterday. Be. . Everett Skelton, Dr. Dorsey Jones, i Lee Ballinger. Burial will he in i TM u!;0 "' f h c d i f f i c u l t y .of removal W. C. Whilfield, Tom Pearson, i the Rogers cemetery. He is surf r n m . lh(1 terrain and condition of the bodies, officials ordered immediate burial. Tom Murrell, John Massey and j viveri hy his parents: and three Ellis Shelton. Moore's Funeral ! brothers. Marvin. Frank, and _ Chapel wts in charge of arrangements. Mo 17 Elizabeth Wheat Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wheat, 86 died at her home yesterdav on Eoute 2, West Fork. She wa's the Jackie David all of the home. Today's Marker-- St. Louis. Livestock National Stockyards, 111. -W)- big consolation. Unheralded Sooner Sophomnrc Warren Rouse showed top-seeded opposing two-milers his heels as hr. raced tn a 20-yard victory. Heroic Semper of Kansas was second. in 1947, She is survfved' by her Eon, W. J. Wheat, superintendent of schools at Byers, Texas, and a . foster daughter, Mrs. Frank Gentry, 6f West Fork. Funeral arrangements, under (he direction of Watson's Funeral Home, are incomplete. Mi» -Ma I.- Mnjon -Bentonville - (Special) - Funeral servces for Miss Ida E. Mason, who died Saturday, were to be .' ~ jiwga I T , U I / U , rt i; t l \ v, i _, . , - . . . , ""·· ""'" c to 15 higher than Friday's i . R " us , e ril ° n ' do much running Rin «°W. Texas, average: bulk choice 180-230 Ibs. I 1" h 'K h schml a n d Confined his ·conducted at the V a u g h n Presbyterian Church at 4 n m torinv hv full width of grade 22.50-85: several loads mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 under 220 Ibs. 22.90; 45 head at 23.00; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 f r p shman activities at Oklahoma to the mtra-mural competitione. Rouse reminded spectators of Thane Baker who iast year 240-270 Ibs. 21.50-22.35; 280-300 i Columbia, Mo., swept the 100 nnd Ibs. 20.75-21.25; 150-170 Ibs. 21.00- I 220-yard dashes as a comnara22.25: 120-140 Ibs. 18.85-20.75: ' tlvel - v unknown Kansas State sophomore. This year. Baker duplicated the feat and also anchored his team's winning mile relay combination, the meet's outstanding performer. sows 400 Ibs. down 18.25-19.00; heavier sows 17.25-18.25: stags 13.50-IS.50: boars 13.00-15.00. Cattle 3,000. calves 900; opening moderately active and fully steady to strong on steers and heifers; FHA HOME LOANS Low interest, long terms PHILCO REFRIGERATORS AT B A R G A I N PRICKS One 9 f t . Scrvcl Gill Relrigermor Speed Queen Washing Machines EASY TERMS « oin «! CLIFTON LUMBER CO. Weil Fork. Arfc. DEBUTANTE COSMETICS, F U L L E R BRUSHES. PHONE 1548 , UTLEY AND COM VAN Y, INC. MUSIC leather for fjrnde and high school. Degree anil experience not necessary. Salary $2.;ioo on w i t h o u t degree and experience. S I O O O O increase per year lor experience up to 5 years. Contact I.cnno Johnston at _ Welch . O k l a h o m a . HELP WANTED--MALE ~ RRLlAfll.K man w i t h ear wanted tn call on farmers in Washington County. W n o d e r f n y o p p o r t u n i t y . $10 to S20 in a day. No experience or capital required. Permanent. W r i t e today McNESS COMPANY. Dept. A, _Fri.epprt. III. PAINTING and" paper hanfilng. Phone REKVICE8 OFFR*n J. W. HILL ELECTRIC CO. Phone 24. West Fork FOR SALB--AtnroMomi KELVINATOn refflfiralnr. like new. Call 227 or ttn at M9 EjntProipect "NOBILITY Sliver'" Call ELIZABETH JANES »2 EVENINGS FOR SALE--AUTOMOTIVE __ _ BOYS for~So"iithw"i^ iprr routr. r.nll rite Io Jlox 4H^ ~Am'e7k-Vn~newr- 4.1fi n f l c r n o o n B MOTORCYCLE, H I ) ' ' 4 1 - - I t . Perfer r u n n i n g I'tindilion. Phone 37:iJ. ICllfi rilEVnoLEfTgupoT'Ariiiili CnhSa I'rnlnc Grove HODGE fl-whrpfdfl'vr %7 Tou : i?r Wag 1£)5I. 5.000 mile*. H:(K) road lug t l Practically new. Snrnflor $2.400 Plione Vick W i n . Koerr»._Ark _ KI.IPK rnrmlnV'lStrrnrd pickup."Rei"- _jmn;ihlr_Phnnc- IRflBJI. ""PACKARD-WiriYT" Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone 666. 208 North Block YOUNG MEN 1 8 - 3 0 NOT subject to d r a f t , single or free to travel entire United States w i t h chaperoned group. Traveling penses paid. Average eflrningi $7.1.00 per week. For information write to Miss B. B. llumpreys, Box 1 _JTerre Haule. IndKin;v BOY or man for beirboy s h i f t . Wa'sh^ ington. HELP WANTED--FEMALE - BODtl an . ci fhnce largely 31.0034.25; prime heifers 35.00; lo\v and the Rev. A r t h u r Hart assisted by average commercial steers 28.25; ! TM ri " 39'^ the Rev. Stanley Bright. Burial cows slow, few sales steady on na 104'i; Kar..-_ Slate 69'A; Nebraska 54 1/6; Colo- owa State 31 1/B. was in the Cnffelt cemetery un- rter the drection of the Callison- McKinney Funeral Home Mrs. B*s«ie Faye Stout Bcntonville-(SpeciaI)-Mrs. Bes- Eie Faye Stoul, 72, a resident of ·Sulphur Springs, died late yesterday afternoon in (he Bates Memorial Hospital here following a long illness. The wife, of the late -Lewis M. Stout, she had lived in Sulphur Springs since sl.e was 18. She was a member of the Methodist Church and the Order of the ·Eastern Star. She is survived hy two daughters, Mrs. John Roy Lester of Fay- etleville and Mrs. Harry Hilboldt -of Shreveport, La.; two sons, Dick n. of Jefferson City, Mo., and I ewis H. of Kansas City, Kan.; one sister, Mrs. Mary Marlin of Tulsa; one brother, Earl Meneffie of Denver; 12 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at the Methodist Church in Sulphur Springs at 2:30 p. m., Wednesday, hy the Rev. Loyd · Noble. Burial will be in the Butler Creek cemetery north of Sulphur Springs under the direction of the Callison-McKinney Funeral Home. Rev. William Gray David Hogcrs-(Special)-The Rev. William Gray David, 74, pastor of the Methodist Church at Viney Grove, Washington County, died t h i s "morning at his home in Rogers. He had lived here a year. Funeral services, in charge of the Burns Funeral Home, arc incomplete. He utility and commercial at 23.0026.00; canners and cutters 17.5022.50; bulls relatively scarce; some early deals steady on utility and commercial at 23.50-26.00; vealers unchanged: good and choice 31.0036.00; sorted prime to 38.00; utility and commercial vealers 23.0030.00. Sheep 600; general trade steady . with last week's close; run most 1 / , LEGAL NOTICES old crop shorn lambs: deck mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 skins 28.25; other good and choice shorn lambs NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS Rite: 3 cent* per word final* In. ·ertfon. Three consecutive Insertloni 7 centi per word. Minimum order 42c. i pe Clawified adi caih In advance--not taken over the telephone. Deadline for classified ids: H:M · m dally: 9:30 a. m. Saturday. largely 27.00-28.00: few utility to good 23.00-26.50: few culls 18.00: short deck good to choice fall shorn lambs 28.25: cull to gonri slaughter ewes 7.00-12.00; good wooled ewes occasonally up to 14.00. How They Stand (By The Atsoclited Prtu) NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet Brooklyn 19 7 .731 Mew York 18 7 .720 Chicago 16 13 .552 Cincinnati 15 13 .536 St. Louis 14 15 .483 Philadelphia 12 15 .444 Boston . 11 15 .423 Pittsburgh . 5 25 .167 Sunday's Results Brooklyn 7, Chicago 2. St. Louis 4, Phladelphia 3. Pittsburgh at New York (2) postponed, rain. Cincinnati at Boston (2) postponed, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Cleveland 20 11 Washington 16 12 Boston 16 13 Vcw York 14 13 Is survived hy his v.-ifc. Mrs. Kath- 51. Louis 1 6 1 5 erine David; frnir sons. Charles ^"l;," ; . }J }J Wesley cf S.in A n t n n i n , Texas, I PniMelphia _ I I 15 William Howard nf Shrevennrt, j I.a., James Henry of Ttilsn. Okla., i Pet .645 .571 .552 .519 ^483 .423 WARNINB *ROIIt In Th* CHancary Court Of Wainln|t»n County, Arkanm fUn Vllli Rose May . Raymond Ray Vlllines Defendant illine*. Plaintiff vs. Defendant Raymond Ray VH- 'Vhe" lines is warned io appear in thls''court within thirty days and answer the complaint of (he Plaintiff in the above entitled cnuse. Witness my hand and seal of Ihis Court ihti 14th day of May. 1952.. (SEAL) Richard B. Grccr Chancery Clerk ,19-26 June 2-9-t GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE In Th* Pr»b*t* Court Of WMhinrUn County, itatt or Arkancai In the matter of removal of custody and appointment of Guardian o{ Betty Harr;- " = --- · · - Mae ·is. Minor, with right and consent of adoption. Adron Harris take notice that on the ]0lh day of October. J951 petition was filed hy Dora Dcrn. Child Welfare Worker, in the J'rohatr Court of experienced, jjoon t h i i n d speed. Abk; W i l h JlfnplC. Pi.TIM- l.vping nml sin Io riral tat-tful::, a n r n t cmpln.vi s l n r h n g snlary. I n q u i r i e s c o n f i - dential. Phone .J'JSW except I to 3 - £·_ "1 YOUR FUTURE STARTS NOW. "Well groomed woman w i t h plrnsiiiK personality, who npcds to jirtri ,S1."i to $75 or more every wm-k 1o l a t n i l y income. Car norrssary for IIR-H! driving. Out of lou-n opporiimitU's also available. ARC 2. r i tn -1H F)c\ih(i- working hours. Permanent position with national nrj!ani7.nti(in. NO collecting or deliviTJiiR. A pleasant nnd prufitub'lc career au-iiitj; you. Opportunity for p n m u ' t i r j i i . W r i t e now for "Get Acqiiam!i:il" inlervir-v/ nji- plication. A I. K i t c h e n . Einji're Crafts Corporation, Xt-wnrk, N i, \v York State. FOR SALE--MISCELLANEOUS 32 WISCONSIN bcilcn. "Holslein. Guernsey. Hrown Swiss, pix eligible. rrgisler. Jerseys calf hood vncclnatcd. (ti'hnrnt.'d, n r t i f l c f n l l y bred, bought June. -iflfiO. fresh next f n l l Pasture to A u g u s t 3Mh, l$:2 Hedge posts Frrtl I.. Wrike. A p t . 2H, Veterans _ l l n s p l t . i l . K n y f t t p v i j l e . 1941 "Hb'rnblNT" rrfrlj{prat7ir7~7 "cubic _J5PJ'_ 5;0 ^ J'hone I5K7J. USED bunk IJsd fieTwith trTnefjipTi'ng 7nat!re»i»t!s. $75 00 complete. Lewi l-ARMAT,!, Model A trortor. plow and mower, nlso 1947 Jeep. Siurrilvant farm, one milt- mst Farniin«ton _'J''Jrii £t Sinnke ilouse sign. BarR^lns. USEfl i umber, rnotigh (or'f'rnali'h'ullld- IIIB, also fluorcKctnt light fixtures, miihililp for tuqi-int court, Chcnp. Phone .^n73J. MOUKHN spinel piano. Rood fonrti- I f o n . SSOflllfl. 1102 North CollcBC. .STRAWBERRIES'. i2e quart." YOU pIFk and f u r n i s h c o n t a i n e r . Stubblerii-ld Bntthers, mile enst of VI Drlve-Jn 11OU.SE t r a i l e r , l l f'OOT home , petitor.^ I'hont- :U1GJ. BONE meal, peal moss, f w i s Bros. Co.._7nr. " ' b Wc-Kt Street. LAST chance to buy like-new elect rT cal equipment for '? prlre or lc«n One Hotpoint. double-oven atove one year old. I22A un: one 20 ruble foot Weiiinghouse commercial ityle two door ice box. NO defrontinf, 2 year* old, ?350.00: on» U cdbie foot Kelvlnntor. 4 compartment ice crcjm type fre«er Moldi 00 poundj fror.rn food. $200.00. Can be Men at CV Ranch. 9 rnilei Rait on 45 or phone JWMW2_ 6!d A ' M I ' i o n . f p A i r rr nn B r u t refercnc** r. I.. Mr _£I.1l,J rto tinliy a f l t r fi p ni r\ r r v il.ix r x r i ' p t S u n ^"^MATIRE^ 11 " R E N O V A T I N G Cotton M a t t r r x ' ^ R i t i l t In'r fins ran iced lnn*T-.pr:nci ONE' O \ Y sKisvicr · P I I O N K 1*774 Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. 120 S'-.tith_ Fn«t St i FOR YOUR ROOriNG NECUS i Call I! L K l e w n r t R o n f l n B C n n l r n c : n r j Also. Ashritri* Sitting. j 24-HOUR SERVICE ON i Covered Buttons, Button Holes, Tailored Belts and Buckles. Special Attention given Mail Orders. Satisfaction or Money Bock. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 1B_S.E. St.. F.iyrttBvlll« E Y C A V A T I N G ~ " B U L L D O Z I N G Gravel, Fill Dirt, Top Soil 0. M. P A T T O N 249 WHITFIELD MOTOR CO, TRIPLE CHECKED TRUCKS . : 1751 Chevrolet. Low mileage;*-'* 6-ply tires; on* owner;4 original finiih; heater. "" $995 19JO CMC I'j-ton. Deluxe cab; 2-speed axU; 248 engine; 8 2 5 x 2 0 tirei $1393 1947 CMC heavy duty 1'.i-ton.._ 1 2 - f t . bed; 2-spsed axl«; 825x20 tircj $595 1947 Ford 1 ' j - i o n $39S 1946 CMC P i c k u p $595 943 K - 3 I n t e r n a t i o n a l . . .$895 1947 Ford COE $495. 1948 Chevrolet 2 - 1 o ni long r whool base; J-jp««d axle;i- clean; solid; good t i r e j $795:T. 1950 CMC P i c k u p . Deluxe cab; = radio, heater; mud grip lirei; low mileage; triple checked; guaranteed J1J95 TRADE-TERMS -*~ WHITFIELD MOTOR CO. 15 North East Phone 3180 SUN-TILT vpnBtlih bllnrti and ulitml- num window icraenl *nt? awnino Free en'.imateft Gabe Cot per. O] South Loruit Phonr 1010 _ USED rubl Can _ _ _ month»r"one year 6!d 8 S foot CoMspot freezer. 517500 be seen Washington Transfer aVfrneni move . IBM modali. I20R RAlNfeOW TROUT iold" daily. . ^... Surlngdale 3201. oznrk Trout Farm jgh nton. ~ DAGGF.TT A RamideJl cosmeticfi now Bold exclusively by Fuller Brunh Company, under new trade name 01 Debutante Cosmetic* Fuller Bruih Dealer. Doyrt MIIli. 520 Llndell Phone 1648. SPECIAL ALL metal lawn chain, J4.15, while they ls«t. Open cvonlngi u n t i l 800 Illlion Broi. Drive-In Turnlturr' store. IDEAL MATTRESS CO, Quality new mattress and mattress renovating. Phone 3036 401 WEST OICKSON FOR SALE OR RENT NEW 4 room modern ho HBP in Hum v i l l p . Phone Fnytttevilie Z.tin*M writr_Arlle Lawiion. .13^^. Rock GABAGR. ..hop, 3 »cr« oManft.'Hli.. way 02 wcnl in Fnrrnini(ton. I^stfe JPOWEK lawn mowers! SuTue Etta Station. Corner Went Mountain *nd School Strecti. Phone 12. FOR LEASE 10 ROOM houw. clone to »quare. Write _Bnx K-p4._%Ttmes. 3ROTLER' houic8,"~1o"o6h capacity ~A"3h Fn y e 11 c v Hlc. Phone waitrtss. Apply Red EXPERIENCED Bird Cafe. EXPERIENCED" YOUNG LADIES 1 0 - 3 0 FREE to tr.ivrl C n l i f o r n i n . Flnrid.-i, New York, WaBhington, and e n t i r e United Slates, w i t h chaperoned group. Travoling expenses paid, plus $75.00 per wsek drawinn nccount. Must be neat r.nd ^jtRrossive. For information write to Mi«.; B U. Humphreys, box 10SO, Torn; l l n u t e . Indiana. WOMAN 1 o 1 iveT"n-"n"~~pi"arr.~"jno"k~a7Ter two imall c h i l d r e n n n M do light houiekeeping work. I'lonsnnt j j v m R conditions S t n t o ,-IRC and referonct-s. P . O . Box 2.1111 / Tutsa. O k l a h o m a . SALESMEN WANTED crllenl up, nndlllnr R t o r c res. Phone RUTGKRS toninto plants, mile and"» 4 southeast ot Elm Springs. K. W. ned platform rocker, JZO 00. l^cww Hro.i. _Co.,_lnc. __ __ KOH good quality "oak floofin"g"~iec Heath H.irflwood Co. I'hone 2fi5. D I S T R I B U T O R A BUSINESS of j-nur -u-.n NI, i n v r v t - ment rfquirrd nil .vpar o]| A A A - I m a n u f n c t u r r r nf nri'.n'en.-iniT c-o:il- (ngs desires nnn over :!.', f t , r pn.- teeted t e r r i t o r y m n M s t t n E of Bm.nf. Carroll. Bcnlon. Ncu" on. M.-idi-nn. Washington. Pope. Ji.linwin. f r n n k - lin, Crawford, vm. l.-.c;,n. Sdi^n.-m eounties. Ark.itis.ns F.vcrv r u a n u f . i c t - urer. i n s t i t n l i c n nri'l bu'iincf.^ I m U ' l - Fiill eredii on mail' ordi-r«' Li'n'T.nl . S^.Odfl y e a r l y in -- urriny E v e n i n g I' Mtica?inc find di inc proclur-o i n n n v mit in imm-:!!.-!.^ ny f i e l d i r n n i t c ic T K I.rSm CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phon* CollKt Mil F«y«lt«THU, AtkiniM Joplin Rtndlcring Co. ·,,,,,,,,. y -. RMul , 7 , 'TM St Loujs 4 _ ^ New Yo rk 3-8. Philadelphia 2-0, Cleveland 0-6. Boston 7, Detroit 4. Washington 2-4, Chicago 1-fl. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Prt Mohilp 22 15 .SflS .579 .575 .541 ..12ft CHICK SPECIAL 8c ··ch HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Ireilcr HateHtry r. ·. fM IN *r IIM .2SO ! i Chattanooga 22 16 Now Orleans 23 17 A t l a n t a ,, ._ 20 17 Birmingham 19 17 Nsshvlllf 17 18 Little Rock 13 18 Memphis . ......... 9 27 Kansas Wins Big Seven Track And Field Carnival Nnrmnn, OkI«.-(flVThe Univftr- sily of Kanm. «R expected, walked off with thp truck and fWd honors «t t h p 24th a n n u a l BI« S^vwi Crmfpr^nr*. mwt Jtaiurday, but mnncr-up Oklahoma had a Washington County. Arkansas for the removal of custody and appointment of guardian for BETTY MAE HARRIS, minor, with right and consent of Adoption Now unless you appear w i t h i n .10 clays a f t e r thp d a t e ot t h i s notice and show cause against .inch application Ihe petition shall he t a k e n ns con- "e«ed and decree of guardian entered. Roy A. Scott Clerk of the Prohate Court Jga/i_ Kender5on,_ DC LrliflC NOTICE TO QUIET AND CONFIRM TITLE n Tht WtttiinfUn Chanccr-' Court Jam« Edgar W m t c and Corn W m t e Rohhins, Ex-P*rte. Notice is hereby Riven t h a t t h e r e has been filed in my o f f i c e as clerk of )hr Washington Chann-ry Court. ,1 petition for the c o n f i r m a t i o n of ihc I t i t l e to the following lands in Wash- SITUATION WANTFD ington County. Arkansas. Tract No. 1. Soulhrait q u a r t e r of the N o r t h u e i t q u a r t e r . 41 sn »iri-s E»«t half of thr Southwest quart.-r of the Northwest quarter, i!) .if, aer-M. N o r t h h a l f of N o r t h r a a t q u a r t e r of the Southwest qu.irtcr of Sertion 18. irt.in acres, nnrl Ihc Southwest q u a r t e r of Ihe Souirienst quarter of .Section 7. an t n township IS North. R n n R c 2H Went, and the q u i e t i n g of the t i t l e to the ·ame in James Edgar W h i l e and hi* bodily hein Tract No. 2. Went h a l f of the SouthwMt quarter of the North- well quarter of Seeilon 10. Town- thlp ].s North. Ranxe 2ft West 10 .*( arren. F r i Souihpant q u a r ter of the Southwest q u n r t f - r of Section 1». Townihlp IS N n r t l i . Range 28 West. 38.fi» arres and the quieting of the t i t l e to lime in Com W h i t e Robblni. All perioni c l a i m i n g laid Innrt* any interctt therein, nr M t n i thrreon arr hereby warned to appear tn ihr Waiih- I n g t o n Chancery Court w i t h i n ix wp«kj and ihow fau»e v.-hy m\r\ t i t l e to t«id lands In Trad No. 1 ihould not h* confirmed in Mid JnmM PMgir W h i t e and bin bodily hdn and xaid Und* in Tract No. 2 nhnuld iifi b" confirmed in «ald Corn W h i t e Hobbin* PUBLIC SALE Thursday, May 22, at 1:30 P.M. Household Goods AU GOOD FURNITURE 2 miles east of Fayetteville on Highway 16 at Happy Hollow Road. Craton Gardner OWNER TWO wlu-rl tr.iilc-r. Phiinc 2«5R af WAN'ITD TO BUS YOltNG thoroughbred" "Her«foTd~'buiI. Src or call. Dr. J. A. wmi»m«. Klr»t _N.itinnal Banl^ bulldlri£. USED ffilng cabinet. WiVhlniioirCoun"- '_^JWl^mig^Co^pany^prajr^eGrove. WANT TO^ENT OR b-j;.-. 5 ^r 6 room hcine. Box K-92, .1 riEbR^oSnS55crn"iublirbarr5r""rrty^ TTlRKE very nlre three room 'apn^rt- merits. Each with private bath, new kitchen b u l l t t n s . Brndix facilities highly poliihed floors and etc. See thorn now and take your choice 3 ROOM npartment $.1. r , 00 m o n t h l y I ROOM apartment $503 per week HAMMOND REALTY CO. Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES Contractor 537 E. Lofnypttr, Box i43 U. S'.a. Phono 1486, Fayettcvllle FOR SALB-- REAL ESTATE NEW THRKK HOME KOR I THIS l o v f l y new homo rma ,-i apii'lous l i v i n g rmni w i t h lnrj(ff picture window, i l l n i n g room, pretty k i t c h e n will) lirenkf.ist nrrn. t n r r o nice tx-d- ! ronms w i l h corner u i n r l r n v i [fir r x tm vrnl l i n t urn. Inrgr h n t h w i t h ·howcr over t u b . plflntrr WAN*. varnished Kiirn (rim. coinp."tHy In- ·lilnlrfl, nnrl the lurar n t t n c h r d jjn- plumhlng for n u t o m a t l r ESTATE^ rvn lale 38 ncre furm 3 mUei .- mil* snuih Ftrmlniton. 4 rdom" ·· nnu.i*. broiler hou«. barn, dean *"· w*,, rT'' hel «trlr wn.r lyitim.*, W.iipr in houi«. Room for 4.000^*: bfilrn and ergulpment. Autonutte'** JV r *' ri I - nr K p twrdftn. pot«lo«i *nd*- i.i nrrr* r»u growinf. One mile offC* r.J on «11 routei. AUo 10 cowi, on* M ' u*M* n ?,° / rifih »n bv lut of ,JMav Will «fll farm or firm and . r a t t l p together. Priced to Mil. Raymond couch. Rout. ]. r«rmtn«to», _Arknns«n. ON A BUDGET AND HAR5" TO Pf,EA$P'» THIS «oort 0 will luit ill your /«-"' q u l ^ m r n l a D O W N PAYMJENT. JJ.C.V) TERMS, rtatonihle; HOM*. 1 riomn and bath, fixture* bouKht iiu! not initalled, rock veneered. h u i l t - t n i inrt r u n n l n » water tn h l t / - h t n . LOCATION, 3 mlltf of lown IfX) yard off «Ufe road; LAND. Rood. hnl( in cultivttion. f r t j i i . n a M u r e well «ed«d. WATIR,--' 2 jfoud u'eiu. creek, preiture jyi- ^_ lemr OUT-BUILDING* good Uff.^ him, 2 chicken houaci, eoncreta * ( r u l t rrllar: rENCE. ill MW. wlth^ c«U pMiurp. farrt*n. hog pasture ail ~ In woven wire. Out of §Ute owfttr*- li anxlf'U* to tell and h«i priced it very reanonablp, J5.2SO. NEWLIN REALTY : WrST FORK. AUK wanh»r nnd room ... Iwnch Located on lcvt-1 lot w i t h mat fronl on p.ilfl pavement Y«. tho totn! price lx JlO.flon and rnn tc hnu*ht w i t h · m u l l dnwn pnyment. WIIKINS REALIY CO. ·02 N CoMeE* Avn Phone I'M Hay nr N l R h t WILSON-ADAMS ior n u t o m a t l r i " IUMVI^-^^I^«ITU for your work I JUST whit you've b**n lookiof tor: 4 hcdrooms, double ctoMt* in ««ch bedroom. 2 full bithl; bl| kiUtam and brcnkfut room; IOU of bllllt*w ·pace In kltrhen for wilher iU drier, all imulated; central hfllS; fttlMchrd (art(«; concrete drivfiaiy nnd patio. L«rfe level lot 12'jtOf. An nttractlvi! and comforUbl* ftoiMi*"*' ONE ACHE WITH 1NTOMK » ROOM duplex, two hail.s, torden. bcrriei. young f r u i t orchnrrt. sunn*. n n t u r n l gm. ctly water, ncnr bun · lervicB- Will connider trudinff (or '-, fOH Mlo. ·mn 11 home in town KINCAID COMPANY ^ WHEELER REALTY CO. _ 15- ACRES prinsir. KEALTOn firk Theater Bids. J'hone I'll n i l fencer). 2 t-v, ::ity w n i r r , lfi.»(7n"ii mi IP ss wtn hou»f S.i.fHJO SUMMKR"rentnl. J u n e 1Slh~i7rAt" J O T h o r lons-T n e m i l l f i t l l y f u r n i i p r i v a i e home . 2 bedroom*, m M t t i c f a n . sdjncent p n r k . near ( £ ROOM furnumVrf ' a p A r t m e n t . up ' ii. i (: FIX I K l t K S lor "unTnTT _ sfin;iirlr I'honp 2S3S before 7 p USKO ^ l u - l e n t dPsk nnd chair. $1751). AT vulnl.-inti.il dlscnut n n d hrand O N K Mod«l "M" Fnrrniill 1 met or c-fiui|i|!"il w i t h d i s t i l l f t U - a t t a r h n u - n ! . TAh.-cl vvciRhls. elr Pnre K.?:,nm OM-; M r C o n n - c l . - n f r r , n K - - I M - A fl fool t.'iti'hirn disc h arrow, prire S210 00 O N K H - M - l ' M row i n i d d i i - h - i ^ l o r w i t h I'rlrc cnniDlcV,.. X42S Ofj' Phone 1021 i. --.-.,11 fluci. " c _mcr__ratet._Ph^neJ542-J. Erorrry~~rieV-i NEW " LY Perorated partl room i i a r t men t rivat NEW DUPLEX ALL Inrge room*, extm nice in Northeast jioctlnn Phone 2582W a f t e r R .10 K f / R N I S l i k D nparfment. 2 anri'.T roomn. also bachelor qunrter*. 2 hlock« Come anytime. .S""i- 542-J. ly furntirTed"~.1 room iipartment, private b a t h . Phone 234 [ M^ UNUSUALLY'nlce ~4~' roTrn~unfMr'r7iih"- rd apartment. 523 Shady Avenue _Phone_2l36J. m e n t , p r i v a t e h a t h , built in*. Near ONE room A p a r t m e n t . PrTv»te bath and eniranre. 3.13 Highland. Phone Wllntii my hand ai r l r r k of the Widhington Chanrery Court and the *«*] 1h * rt0 ' on lnl1 * 1 " 1 ( ) n y °*" April, (REAL) ftirhard R Grrpr By Duvhl .1 Riirleiion lpuly Clerk 21-7J May 5-12-19-M-c __ _ 2 riKOROOM B p J i r i n i e n r ReBB _ r c n l Utllltie.i_ PJ»1(1.__I»SOJ A P A R T M r N T S nnd" B]rep^nK Jim.- f i m t . Central location. _ A P A R T M F N T . suh!f.is* for 1 anrnily 1'hon FOR SAI.R OR TRADE D A N D Y ^ f l ] : ^ l l t o u n drin' - ifl.M HOIK!?; 'v mn iiu-kiiii t.r trade 1r 3ii:.4W2 ( , ( ) ( ) ( ) iivd Imliy lie-l ,ind K«nt-\vet n. i t t r r s * Phiiiic \r.:*.i _ f l l t O C K R Y Hoek. 'with nr "withniit fix"R e n t i M j i l d i n g vaThJtiTe !hT?^ n v m t h s or rent :;5Hnn a p n r t m e n t . Near __ NOW Avnilabl*. iTmiTefTTtT rhinrhill.1* Rocht Visitors welcome tTnpl nTnl N C » )iirr.i!iir i l k I ) i i » v r h i K.-irnilnRldn 2411 I t f H . i r .11 lo Tiirid-iy. May ?0 7 S n u i h e a i t ol KfivMtPvmr 1 m i j f t i-.-iit nf n n H i n t Ford, one nnlf n o r t h M Y n n k W ; i i d i i n plnre ft good rniik rnw.li ijdiifi Ic.uii linrnci, f i i r r i i \dit\t.. r i i r n i i i i n - . n i l x e l l n n e o n x S*lr ( t a r t Ini; in n m M e r l i n I M i l . he|| own.-r n i t i i - T f t r k r l t imd l l r u c e Mond. n u r - 2 nEnR60M"VpsrtmehV~Rei,Tnniihle. rent _ U t l l l H e , p*M njoj SMALL honnr. modrrn " 712 Soiith" C"O"K lrj(r I'hone ^r,0 UNlVKRSri-Y Aparil^iiaTf'ufniVh.-d h i i n f n r n l B h e d f o r mmmer « t i H e n t » . PR~KiT J W~«r7ari^tnlO^Tr7ri\liert~7rr . u i f u r n i n h e n B e n d l x l a u n d r y »erv- Ire Phnne 2I07J i.TOHT houi.ekreinn,t~r.iofn. 'nexT'lo ln,1 nn ' - h " - h -"'^" t " h|t P* !(1 Phfinp 2394W _ nTi'i "L'mU THRKK-room fiirnUhM**" npiTrttnf nt iFf nhonel T I W ! n f ' "niverilty r«mpu* OUMwl. m. iimine [ n p f t r r h larfe^ k i t c h e n . N t r e l y rtet- from city l l m i m on p n v c r n r n t 2 nKDROOM plflitertrl. niridr-rn W.Bhington Schnol i i i n r i ' - i . M«ny other choice l i s t i n R s G. R. Crandell Real Estate CeorRe Wolf JW North F.nM Strcti J J h'inr I'.Mtf, -12^1 I/3CATKD 0 miles fronrtown on nisll »nd ichool routes, 6S n?rc ranch. 1M ficret oeednd (r; inm? Krniten world good paitnre. w n t c r r d by Hpringn nnd creek. '·' ict» nf Improvw- menti. .1 la rue h n r n » . irncior and e q u i p m e n t , 20 head r/ittle. 1 ACRRS cin*r In n 4.'i highway beoutlful h u i l - l l n n Rile MOORE REALTY »rre_farm 3 milw »«*,-- Ovpr Red Croia Phone 1056--2012-- D r u g FURNISHED HOUSK WE CAN nrranjfe q u i c k pruscj^inn 01 thin well furnl.ihrd hf.nn.- ri»n-ut ing of four rnorm and i m t h Lsrgp ! lot--ifi.l xlfln i nnd fjn^- «ard-:i sprit . Lorntrd only two hlfii-ks Jrnm square L A R f l E R K S I D K N C T . STATELY two story resulrnrc nn l;,rKe lot Splendid t o r n t i o n n f a r n-v hinli ' nchnol A rnrf r i p p n r n i n i t y aw i n n : Ihe pcr*nn svho w i l l t.ikr rharKe of t h i s pri-ijiTty itnrt operate It s t n c l l y n mrojn? p r . » p t - r i A KOMd home and ft atwrj i i v * t i h f o r j a!l In one package At I.MI money t h n n ! late lix room h u n g a l o w i ·, A P A R T M E N T B U I L D I N G j WITHIN one hlnck of ! r n i v » r « i f v of Ark«n*a8 r u m p u s Three f i n e u n i t s e«ch w i t h priv/ite h a t h and p n v a t * . u t i l i t y meters Thii property n n l v f i v e or ilx yp»rs old and !n always f u l l . DH.snt ownir m u g t «e|l i FOUR KINK ACHES | ) ' « MILKS f r o m r a m p u ^ Modern -V room bungalow hni n a t s i r a l g.i« and r i t y wnter. CflrnRe. I m r n nnd c h i r k ! rn hoimr Sn.ooth. It-vet, nnd f e r t i l e ; (round f t » a l i t t l e (?nndv. Let u* »hnw you Phonr-. Tfi.") . mile nouih Farminfton house, broiler houw, btrn. «H9 ·--: well.- naw filectrlc witer lyiWrif* Wmj- in home. Room for t.Qtolr beaiitr* -»nd equipment. Autonnnev wtterpni Larfe garden. poUfow *ayl'^ M arrei oat| grcwing On* mttt.Jtf' M « on Alt route*. Alw 10 cowi, .Mb frceh. Kven to freahen by l**t*iif inn/. Will tf.U f»i-m or farm «ii r a t t l e logottivr. Priced to Mil. RtJ- mnnd Couch. Route 1. FtrmtnctOB, _ Ark»niai._ ONE~oT~Spnngd'ale'i loVellot 3 bedrooms, large living n l m n d n n r e of eloiets and lt( npnrn, hrpezewoy and, tariff, iral heating fcyn'.em. aeltct ,, wood floors. Venetian blind!. U lot. rntricted area Approved liberal F. H. A. loan. Price (12 4 ROOM modern home, and lai clowd hark porch, oh 2 atrei land, niturtl gai, electricity city water, 4.000 broiler rapid nice yard, freer shrub* and How, Juit out ot City limiu. Price 4o ACRES, 7 milci Unlvenlty, 8 . Sprlngrltle, good road, ill room modern houi« gt*rg«, broiler capacity large btrn, pnnd. 2SO pullet* beginning to. now. C««h $2,300. Prtc« tt.8«. .^ J. P. PETTEY:f PIONEER REALTY " Phone 31-t Highway 71 South KA _ ^ AUK you a prospective homi buyer? I have a new 3 bedroom home with garage, on large lot. Good, construction, nicely arranged rooms, excellent plumbing, on city fewer Connection Plenty of nice thsde, cJeit..,. to grade and new high ichoo! WHi-*- ·ell for a c t u a l cost. Phone ISllW lor- · RFAIIY CO.: Kve. Phone H D H a m m o n d J A J n r v i i ].'.ir,V (K)OI irnfil ! v f l l n w n YearlinK r-V l i r l f p f f r e n h e n K r e r m t e r c ' l .h-r^ey I.nil f u l l on Wire rond A r t h u r H.n|ry P A Y *nfd~it'.»Mni;v ivkm r l i K k i i n g a , h A l i v f i U n r n * W r - e k l v tmt'-iu-ii C u n Inn b f t t r h l r i f f A n c r l l (.nwidn ;m«o l l n l r h e r y . .'(fflXl CJfttrwny Drive. ,)op- 1m, Mn. VINTOl.'HA h-, All .ihiniiniim S^e N o r i h Si-hOd) D u l l e r , 2i font r»« W l l l l a m i , J?7 '·'ninler "ihle find l a n r n i K work table* r r c t f h t o n I ) n v e - l n . 71 N f . r l h Phone 144.1 )- HIT. r.r.uije tnbv h-Vf "ttiflip _ A«»trtii. u in* *··/! KERyiCRR PAPKR~'VAfRlNO iind pnlnTing e/fir i r n t l v done Free e i f t m a t e i i H e r - bert If A l t i c r t n o n . phone 2S,'.71.2 T. v. "ANIJ rtADin nrPAiRiNfi " c w DAi.r IlKASONAIILt: c h u r f e i 2A ye«r. ex- penenre Hnnif rndiOH it. i l 4 South rhureh or rn\\ 2S!MW for trrvlre. rorniTly Diile'i Hftdio Kervire KXCAVATINCi - nui.LD()7,IN« -' ONUS - HOADfl - C L E A R I N G -OLIN KARNM AND KLMU WII^ON *JMW___ MIW moTINGR-w · 1 1 1 . |ii ind uwt ditrhfi. wptlc t«nk hol«t DlflBiH «nri txek tilling oil nM. Bryc Who's Who For Service Consult Your Classified ^ Service Directory BEAUTY sunrs CU'LVAHD S" HrAllfY~sn7Yf 204 W Mpidn-v- Phr,np -*.i Mich t 3 M - U D Cold v/nvi? | NEW 3 bertroom homes by builder. -% Be.il construrtion. Central heating, -- attached iirax?i Restrirttd addl-.. lion. Plenty bull tin* and living""" ipiire 3M6-R ^^ -- /tavprtlne in tbe lIMtS--U D»T»-" 200 Years of Service 20,000,000 Poiicyholders '· 20% | Savings « MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTCJ INSURANCE ~ "Savings for preferred risk!" Gst the Faet$ The Ritfer Agency 'Loans Real Ejt(Jt» 16 East Center H K A U T Y SHUH RIUABI I WORK ^N^_Block^ Hjoq^JM £ORSKT1ERE ((iiiiidAl Phoni 7»«-J r Ikl'r. .1 ~W " M Sn Snrnrcr Ci.r r ' l r r r 127 South I ' n l v r r s U y St HAIIMNG CMAT Sl.'i.jir'tiuii ~^r~n%"~kmi'l' "o"f ntullnf, loni or lix-*) Phon« 7 or M72-R ^^ MOMB l,At:.M)RV _ "*WVft-s ifoMr. rAlirTriRV AUTOMATIC «nrt w r l n i r r m«rhlnr«. WH »««h nml .1rvm« '.I N i i r l h . Ttrnr C r f i « h i o n « D r . v c - t n Cflfp It ' m J",,' t m Sll " r 't"' · «. m Mveriliwl.i'tin TIMIII--ItIwnv FAYETTEVILLE PLUMBING HEATING; CO. 3lo_N._Wnt _ Phoot Itt '·: AUTOMATIC APPLIANCC CO." A Btti« Plm t» Ivr itotpalnt II N. Block DCALpI PU IN

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