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NMTMWKT AIKANSA* TIMK. tavMMvllk A*an»M laturd.y, May M, 1931. Mattel BY JOSEPH AND STEWART ALSOP Washington -- While Senator I role in his party is that of a pilot Taft is straining to beat General | who charts the ship's future Eisenhower at the Republican ! course before he leaves the bridge. convention in July, President Tru- Until fairly recently, the course he was charting was laid out in the man Is blocking out his plan for defeating the general in the election in November. This is the real meaning of the otherwise amazing presidential gyration of recent weeks. j The president's idea of his own '· On The Radio Senators End Quiz Of Brannan, Mlfln « Ma » ^»' »·»»" w M* Turning Point May Call Off Agriculture Probe j c "»"'« "·«" B l |»*^ In Ford Plan . the : d r a w n u belief that Senator Taft would be JJ"«-l»y quizzing of Agriculture New York-W)-Saturday night: NBC-- 7 Jane Ace; 7:30 Ralph Edwards; 8 Judy Canova. CBS-- 6:30 Gun Smoke; 7 Gene 7:30 Tarzan. 7 Dancing Party 2 hours; Autry; ABC I Hour of Music Variety, MBS-- 7 Twenty Questions; 7:30 Theater of Air; 8:30 Guy Lombardo. BATUEUAI BVEMM1 6:00 Lombardj on the Air 6:!5 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 20 Questions 7:30 MGM Theatre of the Air the Republican nominee. With Taft as the Republican standard-bearer, the president riqhtly anticipated t h a t foreign policy would be the main issue of , the campaign. Being firmly convinced that national survival depends on the continuity of American foreign policy, T r u m a n tackled his problem with the sobriety he reserves for the weightiest issues. The result was a beat- Wrt.^msgton-OTVThc Senate Ag- .committee was ''very s i g n i f i c a n t " riculture Committee has ended a ' in disclosing l a v i t y in Brannan's j office in dealing with "influence i peddlers." I He referred to a memo on Jack I I. Cowart, former A g r i c u l t u r e IJe- j partment employe, which was sent lo Brannan by a former Federal · Secretary Brannan and will, cide next week whether to continue its two-month-old probe of his department. Indications are there may be a sharp fight within the 13-member Bureau of Investigation agent in group over a proposal to halt the investigation. Chairman Ellender (D-Ls), who has been the only Democrat present much of the time, insists the June. 1950. The one-time agent, Daniel L. O'Connor, now a Washington attorney, told the committee yesterday he was amazed when Cowart committee has gotten a full story i was not fired after the memo had Taft plan based on unifying the and « hould 5ttrt }TM rK vT °J,. " S I be £i dis P atched - , Democratic party, and attracting rc P ort to m " 1 * Jun * 30 deadline.] The memo told of whal O Con- thc maximum number of moderate independents and anti-isolationist Republicans to the Democratic 'standard. Both the great .factions among thu Democrats were to be conciliated by the nomination of Gflv- But Senator Kem (R-Mo), who has demanded Brannan's resignation, wants fuller investigation of cases--which he says exiat all over the country--of irregularities under the government grain storage program. nor described as an "attempted shakedown" of a Texas cotton warehouse f i r m by Cowart. The firm was having difficulties with the Agriculture Department. Studied Complaint Brannan testified he studied the memo carefully but did not see that it called for any disciplinary action against Cowart. He said he did satisfy himself at once that the department's case against the Texas firm. Port Coin- sort of view on internal policy ' tee's consideration by June 9. The j press Company of Corpus Christi, were to be rallied by the battle I G A O is an investigating arm of was being pushed vigorously. Of- rry, "Save freedom in the world." j Congress. M a r i n e s may die from bichloride nf mercury capsules which police say were given them by a man "who resettled their securitv and had an impulse to destroy them." Held under $HtO.OOO bond on a charge of administering poison w i t h i n t e n t to kill is Richard McAlister, 22, employed In a blood donor center in Los Angeles' Skid Row. The victims are Pfc. K e i t h l.or- an and Pfc. Loren Ticknor. b o t h . 22 and stationed at Camp Fondle-! ton. Ctlif. They are in Corona Naval Hospital in critical c o n d i - i lion. Detective Sgt. Herman Z a n - l der sad McAlister told h i m he h»d f i t s of depression a f t e r being dis Talks Near Meeting Set For Wednesday: New Effort Possible ernor Stevenson of Illinois for the i Th « rain is stor « t " 5 part . of presidency and Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia for the vice presidency. Civil rights and other con- government f a r m price support. Senator Aiken (R-Vl) said yesterday he understood the Gen- .rovcrsial domestic issues were to \ " al Accounting Office would have be subordinated. Persons of every 'some more cases for the commit- Whr-n Senator Taft seemed the probable Republican nominee, Brannan ended his three days before the committee yesterday afternoon, contending his department "has done a remarkably fine Governor Stevenson was inclined to lake the Democratic n o m i n a ( lion. He changed his mind about Sa ' 5 Losses Small ficials of the company were indicted and fined. But as to the alleged conversations between Cowart and the company's officials, the secretary said bunch 8:00 MOM Theatre of the Air 8:30 Lombardoland U.S.A. 9:00 Chicago Theatre of the Air 9:30 Chicago Theatre of the Air 10:00 News 10:15 Dance Orch. 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 News 11:00.Dance Orch. 11:30 Sign Off SUNDAY MORNING 7:00 Freedom Story 7 . I B Music for Sunday 7:30 Music for Sunday 8:00 Church of Chriit 8:30 Fayetteville Baptist Asm. 8:45 Central Baptist Church 900 Nazarene Church 8:15 Central Christian Church 8:30 Voice of Prophecy 10:*0 Sacred Heart Program 10:15 TIMES Morning News Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 10:45 Harding Hymns it after New Hampshire and Min- I nesota. President Truman took a j bit longer to decide that his plan of beating Taft might well be out of date. But there is no doubt at all that beating General Eisenhower is the problem he is seeking to solve at present. The beat-Eisenhower plan is almost the exact opposite, both in mood and content, of the beat-Taft plan. With General Eisenhower as Ihe Republican nominee, the president does not expect foreign policy to be a dominant issue. By all the signs, moreover, he feels a strong sense of release .because j foreign policy will be out of the-; w::y, and the coming, campaign w i l l t h u s not bo such a solemn, lifr-anri-cleath business. At any rale, the beal-Eisenhow- cr plan casts party u n i t y , to the winds. The president inclines to t h i n k that nothing can prevent tho general from making inroads in the South. Hence, anticipated losses in the South are partly to He said the prospective loss in ! people." they looked to him like "a of yakking between a few Texas grain storage shortages and the number of misconduct rases hoth were very small in proportion to the size of the program. But Senator Mundt (R-SD) said Cowart was fired by Brannan in August, 1951, after another rase had come to light. He since has been convicted on bribery charges. The charges were not related to today one rase uncovered by the i those in O'Conner's memo. Rose Recommends lift Sudan For Summer Pasture Farmers who will need extra pasture thif summer probably couldn't find a better grass to plant than sweet or Tift Sudan. County Agent Carl Hose pointed out today that this grass has few equals in Arkansas. What'a more, all kinds of livestock like it because of its sweet, juicy stalk. Thoje who went to plant Sudan be balanced by the strongest kind j should be getting started right nf line on civil rights, which is In j now . For best results, Rose reeom- ;ittract a solid Negro vote to the Democrats in the North. By dent UrOO First Baptist Church SUNDAY AFTERXOON 12:00 News with Vandnvpnte," ]2:15 Piano Portraits 12:30 Show Tips and Show the same token, the presi suspects moderate, middle- rlnss voters may be hard lo detach mended that the grass be planted not later than June 1! in North j Arkansas. A good seedbed is essential in growing Sudan, according to Rose. . i He said that after the land has this sector arc to be compensated ! been plowed, disked and harrow- for by the most powerful appeals j n( j. a firm seedbed can be pre- 1:00 BASEBALL Cleveland I n d i a n s Vs. St. Louis Browns 3:00 Under Arrest 3:30 Private Files Bell 3:55 Bobby Benson of Matthew T,,, .. : '" ° VC ' T sort of s ' wdal interest in i parc d by rolling with a cultipack- j Inw-mcome groups. General ' fr nr roller, or by letting the soil i i r,i«en,iower is meanwhile to be | settle after disking and before : portrayed as trie u n w i t t i n g tool of seeding t h e sinister barons of big business- i ' where the seed is broadcast or right perhaps in. his instinct, but i drilled, it takes JO to 30 pounds o( the prisoner of those who would ! see d' per acre; when planted in · oppress Ihe farmer, enchain, the I narrow rows, it takes 15 to id lihonng man and grind the faces ' of the down-trodden. 4:00 The Shadow 4:30 True Detective Mysteries 5:00 Sunday Down South S:30 Nick Carter 5:55 Cecil Brown SUNDA* MIGHT 0:00 Meet Your Congress 6:30 News 8:45 Christian Science Program 7:00 The Great Day Show · 7:30 Methodist Church 8:30 Favorite Stories 9:00 Top Ten 9:15 Top Ten 9:30 Top Ten 9:45 University Hour 10:00 News 10:15 Political Picture 10:30 Sign Off MONDAY MOKNIM. 5:30 Rise N' Shine J.5Q RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine The broad outlines of this Truman strategy were clearly revealed in his speech to the convention of the Americans for Democratic Action. As one of pounds. Because sweet Sudan is a fast growing crop it .leeds plenty of quickly available plant food, especially nitrogen. Farmers should fertilize according lo soil tests and top-dress with 16 to "3 pounds of nitrogen when plant? them remarked, Truman pleased j are . f i x inches high. he A.D.A. members so much t h a t Sudan should be grazed when they went away convinced "Harry Vaughan wasn't really very different from Harry Hopkins." The extent of the president's commitment to his heat-Eisenhower plan is also revealed by a truly astonishing but hitherto secret fact, i As previously reported in this | space. President Truman's original I choice for Democratic keynoter j was Sen. Hubert Humphrey ot | Minnesota, the author of .the 1948 ; civil rights plank and the man the Southerners hate most. It can now I be reported further that the presi- j dent never receded from his first ' choice. In fact, Truman's pleas for Humphrey were simply ig- ! nored by Democratic Chairmai I Frank McKinney and the metn- i bors of the party Executive Cnm- | mittee when they met in Chicac 6:30 Market Report and Weather I anri handed the keynoter's assign| ment to Governor Dever of Massa- Rise i." Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time it is about knee high and-shouW t not be grazed down lower thnn I ?:00 Korfee Kup Kap«r« 7:30 OtaKo New» 7:4S Koffee Kup Kapcrs 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M ' 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 8:00 Morning Melodies 8:28 News--M !):30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Hhythm Ranch Hands 11:11 Bauckage Commentary ll:J5 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:4.1 Musical Roundup 11:51 Market Report MONDAY AfTERNOON J2;M Hymns of All Churches 12:11 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:41 Riders of the Purple Sage six inches. Rotation of grazing is a very good practice; Sudan ran be allowed to rest and regain it- growth before grazing Is resumed. The carrying capacity of Sudan i varies with soil fertility and rainfall, but usually one acre will graze one to three animal units. Crimson Clover Harvest Won't it, Rose Says Farmers who plan to harvest a seed crop from fields of reseeding crimson clover should get their harvesting equipment in standby condition, County Agent Carl This is onlv one of the storm I Rose advised today. signals already produced by the j "Once the crop is ready, you president's scheme to d e f e a t Gen- I can't wait to harvest It," he em- i-ral Eisenhower by splitting his ! phasized. "You can have a crim- mvn p a r t y snd rallying the Left. ' son clover field that's too green There are l i k c l v to be many more ! to harvest on Monday- hut which storm signals in the f u t u r e , fol- i will lose its seed by Friday." Inwrd hv a major typhoon at the That's why Rose is urging f a r m - Domncralic convention, if Gen- ers to watch crimson clover close- eral Eisenhower is t h e Republi- ly. to check it d a i l y , can choice. Meanwhile, however-and this should irritate the Republicans--Truman none-the-less retains his power of maneuver. If | stage, he points out. In many cases 10 Perish As Lightning Fire Destroys Home Two Families At Tahlequah Victims Of Thunderstorm T a h l e q u a h , Okla. -(IP)- Ten Cherokee Indians perished yesterday in flames touched off bv a bolt of lightning during a violent thunderstorm. The members of two families, nine of them children, bi^'isd to ·ieath when their three-rnotn | f r a m e d u 'e'linc was cnn.-ume-l by fire ii a i n f t t r r pf mip-ites. \ ! vvitne-s said the hut "seemed al- ' most to explode. It went up like i torch." Mrs. Dorothy Scott, about "0, i d l e d in a honital shortly a't-r i four of her children and five n-trp belonging to a sister-in-law. -. Eunice Scn'J, lost t'^cir lives in the pre-r!r.-:n rrr'.THy. R u n a w a y Scntt. hur.hnnri of !he dead w o m n n . was hn.-pit.Tli7.cd ilong with bin only remainin.2 ?hild, Fdwarri. tbrr-e. The o'riert child was seven. Scott said he firs! fled in panic when the holt struck, and later had time only to pull his w i f e and oi from the inferno. Mrs. Eunice Scott v.-ss away at the time. Advertise In the TIMES--It pays High Style For Juniors V; Presbyterians Adopt Change In Church Law Has To Do With Ministers' Right To Marry Couples New York-l/P) - The Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. hns j charged from the Army twn'yearsl "noinlzations. i expected In take thrown out a part of its c h u r c h ' ago. Zander sairl the two M a r i n e s : clion on tn * detailed proiram it ' a n d McAlister met in a bar, had has developed for u n d e r t a k i n g the felt that it did not offer *t*v* anr» nf a f u l l undertaking of Ww id»s. ivf-it-h has been termed · "hold experiment" in teacher ed- u c a t i n n In * series of mee'.injs, r n m m i ' t v e reportedly hi* a new plan. n-;m Henry Kronenberg of th.» I'nhrrjlty College, of Education U chairman °f th« 35-member eonv mittee. of educators. He and Cbari l»j H. Crncs. administrative a?. siMant in the College of Educa- lion, vill attend the meeting in Little Rork. rangs wl.lch come back "hrowe.r are Mid to be s«t up a five-year t»acher t r a m i n s ' mostly toys and seldom used for A turning point In attempts to lo '"· program in Arkansas may reached Wednesday when a Si- member committee of A r k a n s a s educators meet» In Little Rock. The committee. I n c l u d i n g representatives of A r k a n s a s colleRei and state education agencies and be j h u n t i n g by th« oborigines of Aust r a l l a . Inw saying ministers may remarry a divorced person only after a year has elapsed since the divorce. The chantre, given final approval by the 2H million member church's top governing body, also i grams of bichloride of mercury, strikes out a phrase , several rounds of drinks and then ' P r "P°sed ForiJ Founriatlon adjourned lo McAlister's apart! vtnmtnr in the state. If agree- ment for more. There, said Zan- ; menl '* n o t r"ched on the p l a n ! der. McAlister gave each service: w n i r h na! evolved, I n f o r m e d ! gave each se man a capsule containing j.s : sources say t h e plan may b» j u n k RADIO TV SERVICt tot.rt TV T*M Equlpmtnt 14-Hour Service TRI-STATE SALES CO. M O W . Dicka«m Phon. III »d and the group may start ove specifying! l e l l i n g (hem they would cure t h e i r ! "*"'" to lr - v for " n ' w ""'· that ministers "may r e m a r r y ' t h e hangovers. I Heart of the experim-nt, innocent p n r t y " to a divorce. | McAllsler had purchased I.in No restrictions concerning r e - ' bichloride of mercury tablets, in- marriiiee of the "guilty" or "in- tending. Zander said, to end his noccnt" party is contained in the I own life, newly subFtituted section of t h e ' ~ · - -- - in church's "Directory of Worship." It specifies only that the minister major Presbyterian branches. which Arkansas would h« a pilot slate if it is u n d e r t a k e n , is a program of f i v e years' t r a i n i n g f o r ' prospective teachers--with general "subject matter" courses in the first four years and with method* of teaching and apprtn- nrt th* 700.nno-m*mhpr| licfihip conc*ntrnted In the fifth before rrmprrying a divorced per-1 Pr^hyterfan Curch in the IT. s'Jyear snn, -'shall ascertain whether there j a n r t , h p ^nn.onn-membcr UnitecT penitonre for past sin snrt" f a i l - ure, and i n t e n t i o n to rnler, with the help nf God, nnrl t h r n u e h hif church" into a l a s t i n g marriage of "love, honor, forbearance and loyalty." The action culminated- several; lain' years of debate over the church's j churches, marriage and divorce policies. Endorsed d u r i n g the past year by a majority of the church's 258. local Presbyteries, the revision got] f i n a l approval yesterday by the church's 104Ih annuaTGeneral As- Kcmbly. More than 2.000 Presbyterian leaders are here for the weeklong meeting, which also adopted extensive propram of "cooperative activity" with the two other Presbyterian Church. The action, citert *s A foromm- D«lail* of carrying out that 1dpi art left up to the Arkansas pUn- ntr* by th« Ford Foundation, CHICK SPECIAL 8c« HCAVT MIXtD ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery liaison between the three churrh« in field* of evangelism, it* ward- ship, pulpit exchange, thf chap- aincy a n d In locating n e w churches, *.«T«rtfM In th* TIMKA-- II ntTi EVERYTHING M nUMIINO and SUmMI FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVHNMINT AVL program. But thf plan must h» approved by the Foundation, by the colleges Involved and by the state Hoard of Kducatlnn. One plan submitted by the educators several months ago was rejected by the Ford group, which % GALLON Vinilii ki Creim 63c Holland lr« l«V«r Plant Come In and See Us AbMit Our Eoty Paymant PUn on (U-Modtlina, Your Homt, Building Ntw Gorogt, Chiektn HouM or Milk larni, otc. CliffM Uimitr Co, ·*·«· 27. Wart Nrfc, Ark. Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMIERS CITY HOSPITAL Ph*M 1100 GAS. Phon* 21*0 ACCOUNTINa-MODIIIN (UtlMIM COUMM " CITY WATIR PUNT. Ph*M 721 UOHT AND POWH. Ph«m 2100. MUTUAL INIUDAHM- rlKI. rfivnv 79 POUCI. PhMM II TRAIN FOR CIVIl SIRVICI JOII SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COURIEI FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE. AAKAMSAI PHONE 13 H. O. DAVIi. PRCS. AUTO CLAM --·--------^----^~-- AUTO GLASS t MIRROR SHOP Aulomobilt Glait lni!all«d Clan Tahiti -- Plate Glaii -- Mlrren Mirror Hviilvoring, Glasi Furnlturt Topi ALL WORK GUARANTEED 119 Wait Moadow. Phon* 2720 ly. to check it d a i l y , as it approaches maturity. There's no use in waiting u n t i l all seed in thf ! head hive reached the semi-bard i jority of the seed. Crimson clover can b» harvested by straight combining or by the cut, windrow and pick-up method. Rose things a farmer should use the method he's had most experience with. Freshly harvested c r i m s o n 1:00 BASEBALL St. LouU Cardinals V«. Chicago Cubs 3:00 Swing Session 3:111 Tunt! PIcKIn' Time 4:00 Tune PuTk'n Time" 4:H Tune Plck'n Tim* 5:00 Bobby Benson 5.30 Wild Bill Hlckock l:SWC«dl Brawm Senator Taft is n o m i n a t e d by the this will result in a loss of a ma- Republicans, the strategy can be filtered overnight, .fudging by the groans of the leading Democrats ns they contemplate their present prospects, all factions of the par- ly will then cooperate with relief I and rWight In the heat-Taft plan, | which will u n i l e them all. j Blue Mill Restaurant I Purchased By Coles Mr. and Mrs. Pay Cole of Fay- ellevllle have purchased the Blue M i l l reslnurnnt on North Block Street from CJharles Frlek and assumed management, they announced today. Mr. and Mrs. Cole formerly operated the Blue Moon Cafeteria. One. kind of larvae lives at « depth of 1,000 feet In Luke Superior and comes to Ihe surface only 8830 11-11 By Sue Burnett There's plenty of fashion news in this c a p t i v a t i n g dress for the . , leen-ager. It features :,ie new, ex- clover seed should be Hored In a ; d ,, n , Empirf ,,,,,,., , n ,,,,, h n d j well-ventilated place und should ; f u l | 5 k i r l i rr | S p ,,,,,,,. Am , hMl ,,, be. spread not over Inches deep. They four to should "I* i all, It's so simple tn sew! "f : Pattern No. flfl.lO is n sew-rlte stirred regularly as overheating ; perforated pattern in sixes 11, 12 will Impair the termination of the | 13, u. !J. I I . Size 12, 4 1-8 yards seed. As soon is the seed - - - - - - thoroughly dry they should cleaned, sacked, or stored In n EACH, in COINS,'your'n.irnc, id' · UTO 5UPPLH1----^----· ' *-~--~-FAYETTEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY 1* CAST MOUNTAIN FAVETTEVILLE. ARK. PHONE TT4 Crankshaft Orlndlnfl Meier ·.··uildlnf Parh f«r All Can ami Trudtt WishiiiftM Ctmly Fnnwn Huhiil Fire IwuriiKi lj|"Fri£ff Organized 1922 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phont 180 209 North Block Strttt BODY CHOP- SINES BODY SHOP Specialising in Body and F«nd*r Work. Painting, Siftty Glan, UpholiUrlnj, Saal CoTtrt. 227 W. Dick.on Phon. 196 CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formally Fowltr'i Fruli and Mtwi SlinO "THE BIO LITTLE BTOHE" la FAYETTEVILLE it 411 WEST DICKION PHONE H4 JOHNSON PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACT OR REPAIR Corntr Spring and School. Ptont 1060 CLKANim ft LAUNDRY CITIZENS LAUNDRY Quality - 326 N. West DRY CLEANERS - Service Phon. 2146 DRUQ (TORI· Phong 177 Compltl* Drug Star* Strvlc*. FrM Dtlivtry from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 P M. PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 422 Dlckion St. "Fayltt«vllU. Ark. LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER "Right on the H/woy--Righf on fhe PrJee" 300 N. COLLEGE PHONE 1 2 1 2 HARRY'S RADIATOR SHOP Lit Hirrr impact your coolini lyiltm and rtcondttlm TOW radiator jar winttr wuihfr. Ntw corn lnitall«d. CAST OF MONTGOMERY WARD TIKE SHOP 111* 1. Hock St. Phm» 1114 ·MVICt (TATIOX*- WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CARS ·Bitr" Wh.«l Alignm.nl Wh«»l BaUnetag FRAME AND AXLE STRAIGHTENING 1 1 3 $. COUI6E, FAYETTEVILLE. ARK. PHONE 771 Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIDE SQUARI UQUORI" · r e : of SB-inch, he ! For thli pattern, send 30c for dry pl»ee. Cle»nlni Is · separate opera ] dreji, sites dejired, and the PAT. TERN NUM8F.R tn Sue Burnett lion in Itielf and no .ttempt should ??«*?»., *?·?»?« Tlrnej. 11150 lo clein seed como e e y Av '- America,. New York 38 N. Y. 1» hlfvestln. nS?itlnn I Blllc rAaf «ON for '52 I, filled ^""'1?,!. £""""'' with Me., to mail* your clothe. be mide during the Rose said. Tr)ls practice o hiidfet go f u r t h e r -- ilme-savlni suits In poor yields, as many of , nrt economical ddlgns th«t are the seed ire Mown back OA the easy to tew Olft puttern printed land. ' IDIM*. 21 ctnta. SAM'S LIQUOR STORE FoyettevHU'i Moif Ut-To-Dat« 1 I M«int»li» 141* MILK- FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. 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