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NOCTHWBT AKAMM tIMB, Arkon Monday, Jun» 1, I»31 Seven Are Dead Oid Gold Brick Dodge One Of Several Over Memorial Day Weekend Two Drown In ' Ouqchira River - Near Molvern Schemes Used In Mexico To Fleece The : Visitor; Lottery Ticket Racket Common ; ~~ " * MPxiro n i y - l / T t - M e x i r a n ron- : ton December 3, 189). the fon o f ! rirlentT men u 'e practically e v e r y Thomas and Aliec Jack. Mr. Jack was a carpenter by trscle. Sun-ivnrs include his wife. Elfie K Jack; nne son, William L. .lark of the home; one brother, W. K. Jack, Fayelteville; one sister, Mrs. Earl Hantl, Fresno, C a l i f . ; one granddaughter, Marilyn Loft ! Funeral arrangements in charge Little Rock-W)-At least seven persons died in Arkansas during ihe Memorial Day weekend to bring the week's death toll to 12 n[ .,,,,,,,·- r, mfr ,j from last Monday to Sunday mid- £"£* night. Two persons drowned in (he Ouschila River near Malvern Fri"day night in a fishing accident. Coroner R. \v. Griswold, said Henry Hatheork, 35, and his nephew, Robert Raymond Hathcock, 12, Browned "sometime Friday nicht." Tneir bodies were recovered Sunday. Sheriff M a r l i n Hawkins said a t Denmark, Miss, soldier, Spt. .lack! "Franklin. 29, was killed in a throe-| MrSt A|ma R Fralcy 62 of rar collision nn Highway 64 npar.Steele community, nine miles Morrilton Saturday. Three other, northwest of Fayptteville, was persons were injured in the acci-, found shot to death at her home dent, which Hawkins said occur-, this morning. Coroner Kdmnnd P. red when the car in which F r a n k - I Watson said death resulted from trick, but they s t i l l depend most on the old gold hrick dod^e. It works this way: Somebody creeps into your nf- · * fire and says Jip has a bar nf solid / gold. His story is thai he was pent from the real Del Monte Gold Mines to deliver it to a dentist. He ! shows a leller nn del M o n t r s t a - ! 1!lft '-' J tmnery addressed to the d e n t i s t , 1 notifying him the gold is being LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICI P u r m a n t tn t h e prru'iurns of Prn- h i t f Cnrtr Srr !'.'. nod re U g i v p n t h a t a c c o u n t s {if t h e a - l i n i n n l r a t K i n nt t h e c M a t r s liM*-tt hrl'nv \\nvf h e r n t i l r r t . on tlir da 11-5 s h o w n. by Ihe A1J i n i c r c s t c - f l p f r « - n n s nrv r - i l l r i j on rr hcfiiro t h e . s v m ' l h d a y Inllowmt: I h f M i n e i f !hc n - i . p r r l n i ' .ircniims f m l m c w h i c h ( M I A w i l l In- 1 - a r r r H f n r p v r r f r o m r - v r r p l i n j ; t n tin- a r c o ' i n ; S n l M r A m i r r s f i n . Drr-MM-,!. M r s F a n H I P N e l s o n . K x i - c u i n x . Final M.'i.v 23. 1952 Urn F n n m r t l . IX-rcast'il. f l i t i o n H ·. F,\ocuUr. f i n a l M a v L!ft. !?. _ A i l m i n i K l r a m i ' . F i n i i l M J I V .i \'X2 R. F F / c l l . D r r p i s p i t . C^r! F / r l l . Exrcnlnr. Final M«v 11. Its? R F F 7 C ' I . Mrrr.isp.l A S A l r x - 'icr. A d m i n i s t r a t o r . F i n a l M a y 2n. NOTICE KREE HOC, FEED A P P R O X I M A T E L Y -0 Wml w a i t r anrl h n i c h i n Q rjtU* C a i l .1129 Ark a n s a s B r o i l e r H a t c h e r y . N o r t h C r e f l p S l r r r l MONEY TO LOAN FHA H O M E LOANS Low intercsi. long termi L'TI.KY A N D COMPANY. Phone 3203 *^*w*t**, DOGS--OATS-- I'ETS John.tnn. L'Tfi. 1 .. l n v i . i i ; ' * 8 K I T T E N S In *ivi- .luj.v INC. I 'HINCIU,AS C Mi!!' 1 A f l r n : n i Gunshot Wound Is Fatal To Farm Wife But, says your visitor, !ie w i l l ; sell the gold to you and report i! j was lost. All he wants is fj.olH'! pesos f S64d). The "Sold" is nicely j made up and stamper! '"22 carats."J Of course, you wouldn't fall fnr a , J trick like that, hut q u i t e a few i I people do. They find the "Rnld" j ipnRcr. Arln 'DATED this iinri C o u n l v . A r k a n s a s Jc.'in Henderson D e p u t y C l e r k 2 - l t - c WARNING ORDER In Tito Chancery Court Of Washington County, Arkanut is an nlrt zinc bar melted d o w n ' owt.-n i.. Dimiavy ami M i i i i r r - j t. u and gilded. V i c t i m s seldom c o m - i '"y Husband \\ik-. Ex p;nie Pii plain to the polii'o, since buying i VT stolen goods is itself a crime. Thus j Bruce Boidnn ana R u t h Duii there is no way of knowing just how many persons pet 5lunjr. There also is a falsified lottery ticket racket, dependent on the custom here of l e t t i n g c h i l d r e n ! WHINES my h a n d nnd r-cni nf tn Cnur; tills 2'.\r\ clay of May. 19.M'. Thc D r f ( Lhys Court rulant .._ sell l o t t e r y tickets. And a n y seller j , . E ^ j , lin was riding was struck from:?! scif-inflicted punshot wound in ; will cash a w i n n i n g ticket if t h e ! "* ' h the rear by a second vehicle a n d , the chest. ' p r i z e is small. So thr swindler,'r! 1 - 3 "'"- 1 thrown in the p a t h of a third auto. M rs . Fraley's body was found in i w i t h a l i t l l o black in Mr?. Bertha Glasscock of Tux- an o u t b u i l d i n g abnut 9 a. m. by her j three into an eight or of injuries! daughter, Mrs. Ruth Glisson. She i a seven. Then he cashes it with a had been shot in the chest w i t h a j ragged 11-year-old ticket seller bullet from a .45 caliber revolver, I who has to take the loss. · h n r r l arkana died Saturday -received in a similar three-car collision Wednesday. tuns a one into SOW n v a i M h l c . l i m i i r r l Mipp! q u a l i t j Chim-rnUns f l c K i h l r r r r l N. C R A :'ntor K i n a l M a \ V i s i t o r * wpk*omr Free I n o r a t u r r ..r.iior. j - m a i * l a j JiopjU^^^Mnhrnok. ^fl^^nter FOR SALE--AUTOMOTIVE ~VA«AKlLLVS~ Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone 666. 208 North Block FOIt SALE--LIVKSTOCK. De- j H E C A ' U C K ' l ' d n ' V o i h o v e Hm«- \n t i i k r cfiro of m y H w i n p H h i r o F h p f p . w i l l «nd H P ] | t h e e n t i r e (lock n\ n f - a c r i f i r p r in j P.-u kf.T R u s h i n g , p h n n c 4 r f i W l or PIUS".TM'ji7)'n(~o;tVh" Ori-n "l.uT»f*r Tfi mill's E n s t nf W i n s l n w _ _ n t Sunsri DAY old Roslings. ~i"'ckin~«lTrcknn«i. kiliy f i i i l n c a s , \ V o p k i y h n t r l i r n Cus- G u - r r In[n h a t c h i n g A n c c l l Lnw«dn Gnnsr T i m e ''-'i-lf.-c J l a i i ' h e r y . 3600 G a t e w a y Drive, Jop- orrnn I FOR KAI.E--tfAl, KKTATK __ E X C A V A T I N G - HUU.DO7.INr, _! 1 ONDS -- noADa - CXKAKINC; - i OI.1N K A R N K S A N D KM. IK W l l ;fi\ BERRY TOO. J. W. HILL ELECTRIC CO. Phone 24. We-,! Fork IF Y O U W O I ' I . D LIKE TO LlVt IN A HOME or VOI;R owx WITH A i.Mtr;n i *. F.I. LOT WHERE YOVR I t l ' l . l i K r : - : ! .IN PLAY S A F E L Y A.'. I ) - S T A C K TO S P A R E FOR A THEN LET ys m Knm« »ira ffe\i*r.' con- n'l many vx- i'» nf \!ViS.DQ ic" tn^ imi of '.U l i k s at 'hii OI t.n« n »'-·;;- WILKIN5 REALTY CO. CALL 913 Bruce nl t days and A H ; I ' i i i i n l i t f s in ·Several Stock Markets To Stay Open Longer New York-(/V)-Longer t r a d i n g - h o u r s were adopted by several of the nation's stork markets today. The New York Curb Exchange, daughl the Midwest Stork Exchange at home? and ^Chicago, the Detroit Stock E x - . change and the Boston Stock Kx- change broke a pattern that has existed for more t h a n a h a l f a century by extending h o u r s of act i v i t y to 2:30 p. m. ( E S T ) from the traditional 2 p. m. (EST) closing, time. The Chicago Board of Trade has under consideration the question of extending its hours of trading. ; 'ha: The coroner said members of the f a m i l y reported she had been despondent for some time. S h e r i f f tion. Pinter* Crider joined Watson in the investigation. A n a t i v e nf Richmond, /a., Mrs. Frale.y came here in 194H from Alamogorclo, N 1 . M, witjh her husband. Shr is survived hy her husband. D a n i e l W . F r a l c y ; t h r e e Mrs. G l i p f o n "f ihe Mrs. R. H. Robertson and Mrs. Phyllis Conley, both of Alnrriojjnrdn, and three POMS, Master Ssi. W. E. Frnlpy of MrCnrd Field. Wash.. W. D. Fraley of Sioux City. Iowa, a n d Kew.s H, Fraley of San F ran i-i sen. C a l i f . The body is at the Watson Mort- u a r y pending funera nients. Notice Of F i l i n g Of P r t i t f o n To Quiet Title And W a r n i n g Order in The Chancery Court Of Washington Coumy, Arkanioc Owen L. D u n l o v y nnd .vlihired h. Ijun- I R V J . Husband and W i f e . Ex p.n it A v a r i a n t tif this is to find a vie- j lim around a railroad or bus .st;i- : The confidence man ap- H u l h Ilnldi R i v e n lh.1t l l n l h r e . ( HC. proaches and says he has won a; 1 " 1 TM ' l l r r l big prize in the lottery. But he! c/.uniy!''" Ar r kRnsn'5. ir has in leave town io virit a rick' ( ) v -' 1 ri L. Duniavy an-i MI friend in Mazatlaji so he doesn't j 1^'^-^"^"^ have t i m e in cash the ticket h i m - i me of ( i t i e ' m self--his t r n i n leaves in throe rfescnhrri ro«i rsta minutes. He will sell you the 1ick-| -j cl i"i h a l f its v a l u e , showing you ' t the list of winning- number?. T h i s j ', would be q u i t e a bargain exce t h a t the ticket has been altered and you can't fnnl the national lot- Clrr I V i n i r u rlrc-d h l O l t O W H I R in \vash- ·11 FOR^SALK--HOME NEKD8 D R A P E R Y a n d U P H O L S T E R Y F A B R I C S 1 strips and Orcasinnal F u r n i t u r e . j C ' u M o m - m a d e Slipcnvrrs and ! Draperies a S p e c i a l t y B A R R E T T Q U A L I T Y SHOP 5'2'1 West Dlrk.'.nn N O B f i k i»hif lop -1 iTurnrr «;* range. S.'tt 'HI Omp N r i l J W n r t i n . .11-11 I'honc I96ZLZ -i! t h R N o n h w c s t Q u n r t f r f . N \ ' . T ' , i a n d the- .SouUnvfpt y u n r u T i S W 4 i o f lit" NnrHiv.-pst t j u n r t r r i \ W " , t a l l I i p i n « i n He-Minn T h i r i v i.'idi T o w n s h i p S c v n m r r n i l n S - i V l h . » [ R n n ^ o T h i n j i:nii West of t h e ;:h Ths New York Stock Exchange -.- · , is as yet taken no action. I OOOy S Obituary JohnDeweyOf Educational Fame Dies In New York St. Louis Livwilnrk National Stockyards. I11.-W1- (USDA)-Hngs, 18.000, early trarin active but closing slow; barrows and gilts over 1RO Ibs largely 25 to 35 under Thursday's average; some late sales 50 lower; lighter w e i g h t s and sows steady to 25 Inwer; bulk choice 1RO-230 Ibs in- The Spanish prisoner trick i works nn foreigners--on lots of s | foreigners. The U. S. Kniba^y ' says its gyps more U. S. viritors t h a n all other swindles put together. U goes t h i s way: Somebody in the U. S. pets a letter from n Spaniard who snys he is in j a i l fnr debt. But, he snys, he has a lot of money hicldrn i n ; ' , the false bottom of a t r u n k s t n r e d ' in the customs warehouse. Ho arks j 1 ; fnr money to pay the customs charges. He will share the money | w i t h you h a l f and h a l f . Sometimes, he also wants you In t a k e h i s ' b e a u t i f u l IR-ycar-nld d a u g h t e r , w i l h you to the U. S. so you can R very . more or IP All prr.'n in P a u l i n n c i s o r ; t n j l i e n t / u - r c n n .irr lirrciiy n o t i j i r - r i a n d \vm nr-fl m a n i x ' f i r m sni.l Court w . t h i n Six .r,, m-t-ks of iJ:" d ; f ' p o f t h r l i r s t p n l i h r i i t i r . n of t h i s N n t i r p a n d show c r m f . if a t n I h r y h a v e , w h y t h e t i t l e i n s n i r i Innd's s r e d . condrnu-f] an-l 1 H i n n . O w r n L . nun- Hi D i m l a v y . h m b n n t J w. WE HAVE GLAMORENE the New Rug Cleaner LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. i Deliver. Phone 246 Excavating - Bulldozing Disking - Brush Rake :'·'"..;'"·' Ponds - Roaris - Clearing £.'··'.,'.·, ·.'."', H. H. JONES Contractor : .'."..". : " 537 E. I . H f H v r t i , . , 11, x ,.).! [.'. Sin. C A L L 913 Fhtin" M«n, K v / c l t c v U l i ' *·"' i" V- n E X C ' A V A T I N G ' " ' Hf.^ B U L L D O Z I N G Grcjvs!, f j ! " D i r t , Icp Soil D. M. P A T T O N Phono 249 FOR SAM-;-- REAL KHTATK j MY Iniirir- »l' ?':-, V/.-M I'lpl.-nnr- , (i HUOM nuKfi-rn ' .· .irn- l.in-; in : ;? A f H K S i n n - . i f ! H i i ' M - . ' . . i - ;i -, 1 ! J » i i u I..ik« C A L L 9 1 3 FOR RF.NT--MIRCKI.LAVEOtJR U N K U R N I K H K D S r n o in n p : i r i m r n i _? n !L N£ r t " C°!' |1 S p ^""nc ^4M U N F U R N I S H E D .T rr.mn n p n r t n i r n t . _ _ u i l l l l i p i i _ p n i r t . 1041 N o r l h C ' n l l r R r 2 BEDROOM m n d t r n hnusr H a r r t wood f l o n m . u n r t i r r t i i h e d . 7.16 Garl a n d . P h n n r niiTH. '·tri ·..[ fi,, l!( ROOM n r v. f i r k i n s id hni f n m i l y P h n n o id s n v f K t y l o , ·d fnr L i v e moiir 1 I tllr . l i n r (if)Otl n i c n l « l u n r h f R f).'rp«rfl H n M s t o n . DUGGAR REALTY CO. Rr»t llnvcn M o t r i - A l ' H K A O K ( . ( ( I S K ffl ^ KHd.M h i r n l K l i c f l n p i t r i m r In I h . V'dciint J u n o Sih. modrr da n( 'if Ttir ; c- ; NEWLIN REALTY nd I'SED " R t i f t r l S ' i . S«.1 00 ·' Slid quictfri in HH- lavy nntl MilHn fnni Kf rifi* ratn Hoper K H S r n n u r S*D i»0 I J i I H N H H O D K S A I ' J ' I J A N C F . f ( l .11 N Block . Phnnr Z02\ ' a HUOM F U H N I S H ^ D r n n r n v rlfdn". l r l r » l l y In- r ; i i n r l Hcftfiofinhlr l'honr-_29H.I. __ MODKR"5;"~f, fnom hou^r." liiTrk porch L'li] H u n f i i v l l t r S l r r c t Phnnr 1.1*1.1. .'I R O f ) M .'ipar!rtu-nt. i i n v n t f r n i r n n r p nnd h a l h . .Ti N n r t h Umir-nn Phnnr iwnj WF.ST FORK M LARGE RESIDENCE STATTI.V i w d \ ' ' i r y r ? » - i r t r I n t . S n l r n d l t l !or;iii'in n " n r h f i f i i A f TO n p p - i r i u n i ' I" sr-f!;--! f v c « - p t Mr 31 I r l ' K f r an^i orchard fi'tid. ,s icrei host * p r ; n ^ s r r ^ ^ - k vtlf nc w i t h w*ll (hJtl?1 u r n * , o t h e r n u » h u i M li--,^ T.il:c a coo.| In^St 3f i h n If \ ' - n v.nn'. ^ ri»aMy Rnr,d f a r m . ll-Wf. NEWLIN-POWELL REALTY S m i t h 71 1'hone |» ? i p f r n K d a ! i « A r k Three-acre highly improved sufe- u-ban property on city bu* lin». Natural got, city water avaiP- ab!' 1 . Lonq livinrj room, dinirw ; room, 2 Inrgn bedrooms, bath. : Knotty pine kilchen with G.S. Dishwasher and amplft buiiHni. StoraQC room, 2 largo porches, bcauhful shrubs, old shod**, ga- raqi and utility room. Fertile Kind, on s'atc highway. This it ono of the most desirable suburban^, Clo^o in. Reduced to . $9,500. Generoui terms. ; I'.iv," a h ' u r r f^r 5-roorn modern n l v h-m^ i-'r:ro ?6,000. A!?o b'.i-- · f"' fr,r 3 i/r-fir'-ioms. arounn SS.fiOO. \Vr nrrrj Jislinjs on property of i nil \vi T h p d c / c n d n n i - i R u t h B n M m i , hn hcrrhy warnrri in ·it?. J nppr.nr ? J m^A'n, "i" nri f coi on this Richard n Grccr Circuit Cleric WARHIHG ORDEM in The Chancery Court Of j 2. r »; few 325-350 Ibs 18.75; New York-f/Pj-Philosopher J o h n | , 4 0 lbs tlB.on-19.50; sows down 18.2:1-75: heavier ?nw: eluding f u l l width ot grade, 21.?.n- ; m . pri .p c h p r educ j,,i on . AH CO; considerable sprinkling hesl | r a n d intriRllin j;. 21.fiSi J f thc p ,0 spectivR .- ! c r q _ n n f t a b n u t f i v p a m o n t h rln ' ' | lisht hoRF under 210 Ihs : early to shippers, packers t n p 7.1 victim an- Rnymonrl Ray V i h m p s Bclcnrtanl n a y m tines j \ v i l h i i mn?t n p l f l i n -- he gets another loiter telline j oniiiicii rid R a y V i l - .·arnrd lo a p p r n r in i h i f , Cnun limy days and a n h w c - r Un- ·f the P t a i n t i l f in t h e a t - m \ » Dewey, 93, often desrrihod as the -father of pro?resFive education, died last night. He was stricken with pneumonia Saturday, just a few days 'aClrr he was reported d'ccnvering from a broken hip. He died at his F i f t h Avenue home. Few, if any, men had .is much influence on e d u c a t i o n a l t h i n k i n g of his time. Dewey's idea was t h a i emphasis should be p l a c e d un thr individual child rather t h a n on the subject. ' "Learning by doing" was hip basic belief. He thought a p u p i l largely 17.00-18.on; l a t e lop 21.50. I C a t t l e 4,000, calves 700; opening . slow; few sales on steers and h e i f e r s about steady; j*ond and . i-hoirn 31.00-34.00. w i t h low com- i nieri-ial o f f e r i n g 27.50; some ini- t i a l .sales steady nn u t i l i t y and commercial cows at 22.50-25.50; canners and cutters 16.50-22.00; h u l l s and vealcrs opened steady; u t i l i t y and commercial bulls 24.- nO-2fi.75: cutter bulls 20.00-23.00; good nnd choice vealers 30.00-36.- ~ j him to bring me. money in CHSU , Cour | .nil ins j o Mexico. One w o m a n showed up | (SEAi.i n.v hand unrl sral of t h i H t h rlny of May, 1952. should learn throuph scientific ' n - i ter'esis 1 u t i l i i y nnd commercial quiry rather, t h a n have his m i n d ; vealers 2 2 0 0 - 2 9 0 0 . stuffed with facts. His e d u c a t i o n a l ! Shep p j^no. slow; few sales old methods aroused much controver- u P r o p c ]ip p r d iambs steady; some sy. and it took about 50'years f o r ; clloice X n. 1 skin? 27.50. i n c l u d i n g them to gain general acceptance, i one lot very uneven weights estimated at. average 105 lbs; bulk | run still unsold; no early sales! spring lambs; aged sheep steady; I rull tn #ood shorn spotter ewes I 7.00-11.00. w i t h 510,000 in hundred d o l l a r hills. Usually the first take is less, a few thousand dollars. I f the v i c t i m looks cnyiulnus. he is t n l d t h a t some n t h r r thinps hrive come up and the ;unount needed has increased. M e a n w h i l e , bis first o f f e r i n g is t a k e n for "safe-keeping." I f such wide-eyed confidence seems incredible, how about the woman w i t h ?10,000? Her h u n k notified the Kmbnssy here she had drawn the cash, nnd the Einbnssy lieve them and would- have lost her money except t h a t the eonfi- [ denee men saw t h e policemen talking to her and fled. R i c h a r d B Circor Chancery Clerk -^.^^^^^^^^ 19-26 J n n o 2-fl-c BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY $400.00 MONTHLY PART~flM~E N A T I O N A L company o f f e r s r c l i n l ) c p a r t y PoruCn f u t u r e w r v i c i i i R n r o u i c "f niorrh.tndi5c d i s p e n s i n g ni;iclun'-s No ^ f l l i n R r r q i i l r r d Mc.il sp;m mm. R f l - i i j ) lo f,!art. M H i J ' K I prr i n o m h pos.-.ihlf s p a r o t i m r , f u l l i n t i p ni'irr Apphr;ui! FOR SALF OR RENT r'Hod'M 'iniHiVrn "h(MiVp~in R a i n r - rrnVKft" !nu : n~~"nm'^ : r~~R"i7fiT^~ ISwi S t n l i n n . C n r n r r Wr*l M c u n l s i n a n d School Strccifl I'honc 12. Fp^^AI^-MISCKLLANBOlTB^ S^ir.on TnKArVr.E Sin«cr R c w i n g l n n - r h i n o . nrw. Sinn f i l l . 7 f u n ! P l p r l n n K r i R i r i n i r t - . A - l n n d l t i u n . S t l i o n n Goo,] fiUtciin ciuich. n f h t r l u i u ! f l u ) | ( i Konrit Jr-snin J n h n i n n . 147 East S p n n R . ^ O W N K R niovini:. must 'w]| 2 .vc"fir~oVd S r r v p l r p f n g o r n i o r nnti i l o l n x r HopT _ _ K _ a s ^niiK* 1 I.ikt- n e w C o l l ,'Un;!J nnH .viur tlinpit (in I n r l h c r -- . M f l Wrst S U M M E R f o n t w p n r -Men's. W o n i r n s C h i l r l r e n ' K - P o s t u i n n u m d i l i n n - G n n d n c h f J H n l l t . v - - L I . O Y D S SHOFI _STOnES--Fn.votl('vllle- : -Win8low,-. RODEO--rinii'rh" W r a r -- L L O Y D ' S -~Tl"fi W r i t I ) l r k ! « r - n . C R N E H A L K l r f t n c f c r r t f t f r a f n ' r S25"nft" Goorl c o n d i t m n . 6:)f ,N*rth G n r l n n d -- I I!l ( I£ ll '_ 27ftlJ FOR gond quality" onk~"floorinf "ice _ H f a l h HariU-tiiiii Co. 1'lionc 205. 2 NEW two v.-'ir.-l trailers. 'Sra at _3K) W c « t M o u n i J i i n . TOMATO plants. 4 in"ilen~"nnrrh n'f ' W i n s l o w nn 7] H i R h w n y . B r e n t w o n t i =., A r k n n - j r i m N l S H K D Plump .10.1(1 a p n r l i n r n t , ; nrar n p r r M i - I rornr proji-r'-. A r"" gon/] l i v r l l h i o f i n i l HI A t JCBJ m n n p v t h n n MinRR|n\Vfi GJ.-r-.H.A. EQUITY I MI'.ST h* t lull i-r!ie and hardv, p l « M l t ' · j Invrlv t w o r My iT!.]i THE BROADHURST CO. llege. Innllins. i harhcln li'.'U N n r i h N E W Phone 2437 mi. r npnrtrr J'ht.nr-i H KuoM u n f i i r n i s l i i ' d ntirt h n t h , Rnrtd ; I c i r n t i i i n SIM- 3?n W n t m i n j W"lLL "(iiihlf-t one nr ^ h r d r n f i m l i V r n - ' i n h r d n p a r t m r n l f n r J u n r n n d J u l y '. Phonr 21%nj. I Nlc'E hedrnom a p a r i m p n i , private *in- i t r a n c f . l o a u t l f i i l ginuntl*. l a u n d r y f . i r i t t f i c K . Rnrkwood A pan m e n u , | l i o n d Smnl! I.rt . .1 bfiroomi. good con- FHA C o r n e r lot. North · ·'. ( i r n p i i s . Jfi.tSO Addmgton Real Estate ^ Phnnt IC83 _________ I I A C H K S " 6 " " ' " Hammond Realty Co. Eve T h n n r H. I) Hnir.inrvirl K172 .1 A . T f l r v I R i:,10\V ~ :(. .TOO foot front on p i v r m r n t 4 rOfim hnute. (rod wtll w a l p r . c l l v w i t r r end f« *t front neIur"rt *M S 1.500 (W t h U w«k ORly. ADUINGTON R E A L ESTATE r i f n aparin 1 In v i - r n i t y _ ! M i f i n . - LSH7W APARTM'KNT. fuVnishr nc;ir -.cjuarc Phnno 1 .1 ROOM hinmncd n p j i r i t ; m l . p h n n c 1441 room, f u r n i n h r d r l i n o n l NVnr I ' n i - ewly pr L A R G E roo] rmim. p r l v c n i r a n r c . largi- f j n w l VoomTiind 70 ACRfS -$5,250.00 · t n l r ' - l l l 4n A m K S r V n r i - d i n n m u r IT. l i c h L i . ,-u:,l n i i - c liuilU." f i n m i l l ;tii'l r r h o n l hus 80 ACRE5--$7,350.00 TWO l i c r l r n u m m^icrn r-«,]df-nrt. n i r - b r o i l f - r r.ip.ii-ttv. l i r n h m n p 'About 4l flrrps In r x l r n cood p ' ^ ' u i " f l r u i f l w e l l n n d p r n n n n c m f t p n r . j ; O n r t i . t i j JO A C R K 5 near ntgliwiiy tbout~3 milS l i - . r n t o w n . Niitura! (II two uct» «ond I'.cIN 11.000 chirlten cipacit*. rrtgf O v r - n n acrr- of sUawbtrrtjM. WHEELER REALTY CO." . I P h n n r Ififi j 5 f f f J O M hm S K f l r d « * n . li O7.:irk Theater Did* Nightl ^ (7rk r H I a . l i r j j n !nt u t o r c room ThM Nmiih K i c l t p y Lumher Yire. Mr K i n m - y . I.inroln. A r k i HAMMOND ! Phnn^ TRT RFAITY CO. qturorl whu 1"rv. This i a lnpr»r|tjon and Ca \ IT lo Inss .-.on a r p r r n d v to Co ir s o u n d b u H i i i c S K kor j n t c r i f a c t o r y zcprcsr-nt.ilivr in y t n r l i i d e phonn and address in c a t i o n N'ti-Wy*' D i d t n t n i l i n K mm O l i v e Street. St. Louis s. sonri. Mis- John Prlct Pea Ridge-(Sperial)-Jnhn Prire. "i. lifelong resident of Pea Rirlee. died suddenly Thursday noon at the home of his sister, Mrs. Montez Woods, where ho had made his home for several years. , ,- ONTINUED ^^ P A n r osr Funeral services in charge nl conqrcss tn presidential or mlli- the Miller Funeral Home, were . tary supervision or control, conducted S a t u r d a y at the "It is said that other presidents Methodist Church by the Rev. | without congressional authority George Kleeb, pastor. Burial in the Pea Ridge cemetery. JUSTICES VOTE _ TT/7 7 * i I? \V Vlp - *~ SedgemanFor French Title FATHERS, civr yoni n a n c i a l experience, l l u v h i . m u t e . M n s t l y a i n a n a K n i K ]oh SM-S40 m o n t h H e T i i i r i n i : Ir. .1 hours per v.-..pk K a c r i f i c m c IT, ma_ u ,, .. 2:i , SJI e;irly fi- : a n u t · M a k m c ' STRAYED nnr- h l . w k pounds. J'lcasr phom 4.0IIII I.OCtlST p-uln. C r.ai. K l o j H H a n k m s LUCiGACiK. s u i t cases, font iockrm. brief vases. H-4 hags, ( / n i t r cases. t o i l e t kit:., etc A c o m p l e t e l i n e H A M P T O N ' S A R M Y S U R P L U S STORK TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES Now and Reconditioned. Portable Typewriters. Rentals Dependable service departme.it. Cnsh or Terms if desired 34 years in the business 0. B. WILLIAMSON CO. INC. IW West Mnunt:iin St. U N F l l H N J S H K I ) i ^ r . ROOM tie*, h u r t p r l v n t f i - »'"'' - - - - - - - ...... .. house arroa* Jitrr-rt f r n n t .Srhf.nl P u r t l v h i r n i ^ h f d CIE r r f r l f l e r a l o r n n d w n i h - c h i n r . 7()H G f i r l a n d A v e n u e i-'iroon" ppr Hr Srhofil. _ ( i f h i h r r n l i r R p _ n'd ' . . Phn/ir in«0. u h l . f r . ·Sprln« r n t C K D TO : q u r s l rTfT, ; W A S M I N ' G T O N ' A Sl7r,0(i h o m r j A L M O S T nf".- r. SurviTine are one sister, priori T brothcr ' Price of Gravclte. Mrs. business enterprises in order to s( ' lt ' % abnr d ! s P u 'f- . _ Barbara Lynn Brown Barbara L y n n Brown, 10, daughter of the l a t e Lloyd and Nancy )Valker Brown, died Vpp- tertJay morninjz at 11:30 in thp County Hospital. Sinre the do^th ; if her f n l h r r in 1944 and her mother in Jfl-15. she 1 had mnde hnr home w i l l i lior uru-lo and a u n t . Mr. and Mr?. Karl AVnlkor. on Boutp R. Shn was n student in thp . f o u r t h prarte nt · W a s h i n g t o n ' Srhonl. Shr is survived hy f i v e uncles, / Henry Walker, Albert Walker, Earl W a l k e r , and Then Brmvn, all of Fayetteville, and Van W a l k e r nf C a l i f o r n i a ; and four a u n t s , Mrs. Gib Steu-arl and M i f s May Brown, both nf F a y e t l r v i l l c . Mrs. Cordia Wallace of C a l i f o r n i a and Miss JOFSIP Brown nf M i s s o u r i . Funeral services w i l l he con- durlod tomorrow nl 2:30 p. m. at th^ Watson M o r t u a r y . B u r i a l will be In Fain'iew crmotery. i elusive constitutional authority 1o , make, laws necessary and proper . tn carry nut the powers vested by the Constitution 'in the govprn: mont of the United States, or any department or officer thereof.' "The founders of this nation . m trusted t h o law m a k i n g power « to Ihe ConRress alone, in both good ( and bad timos. It would do no good j Paris-f/T*)-.Iarnslav Drohr.y, Continent's No. 1 tennis player for the past two years, today set his -sights on the f a m e d Wimbledon title--and there \^ere few experts who would be willing to bet against him. The be.spactacled Dmbny, who plays nut of Egypt afto.r fleeing his n a t i v e Czechoslovakia when the government went C o m m u n i s t , whipped Frank Sedgman. thi j Australian Davis Cup are, fi-2, 6-0. ;i-fi, fi-4, yesterday in the f i n a l of the French I n t e r n a t i o n a l C h a m p inn- | ship. It was hi 1 : second siraiph; ' championship in t h 1 evnnl. I Sedgman p r o b a b l y js Hie . RF.U, buy. m u s t b, thc 1 '"x^n Hotel. WANTED MEN TO TRAIN FOR TECHNICIANS IN ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING INDUSTRIES I f t.-i^h 1 to recall the historical events. Iho i f p a r r d n a m r ' i n i - m a l f u r t r n n i s hi fears nf pmver and the hopes fnr ; jt d i ( l n S t h n l h o r lht . i,,f| h .., n ,|,, r i freorlnm t h a t lay hrhmrt their , ni . ohnv w h n nnvo , P V P n was "" · K u r h a '" ovl(nv woulri bl " I pushed in the fii-st two sots. Doris H a r t of . l a r k f i m v i l l e . Fl.t.. won I h o ivnmon'.^ l i i l o u h f n ?ho tiirnorl h.-ii'k Shiiioy Fry of A k i o n , for i m u r r . s,.,.,,.-, 1 u":k MMI hhi- V 1 II!.- :, K n nl It .· c q i l : v . i ! f n l 01 ;a or inorf this i c o n f i r m o u r h o l d i n g t h a t seizure f in ler cannot stand." Vimon Disagrees Fof the dissenters. Chief .Justice " N O B I L I T Y S l l v r r ? Call E L I Z A B E T H J A N E S ?32 r.VENl.NfJS R A I N B O W TROUT cold" dally Sprlnsdale 3201. Oiark Trout Near .Tohnion "ANNOUNCEMENT"TV f DACGETT f . n . l r n v l r l l i - i » n i - t i r Kold f x t Iii";|Vf.lv hy f C o n i p n n y . u n r t r r n r w t r r D f l . u l n n t e Cosmotipi F t i l l r r U r u s h . r j i M l i T . ^Boyd Mill.!. SL'II I . l n r t f i l i^KfTRHTCO.! Quality new mattress and mattress renovating. Phono 3036 401_ WEST DICKSON "SPECIAL ALL m t t a l Irtwn f h a t r r . $1 is w hi t h e y J a s t _ Open f v f - n . n g i u n n ! 't ( _____ t'OR "VC)UR"ROOrTNG N~EED3 Call H L K t * w i i r t R n o f l n f C o n t r a c t o r Aiao. AilMn!o« S i d i n j Homp repair*. P h n n ^ i n i J j _ _ W H E N .von jo on v n r M i o n . ptd'-r y n u r pf! w i t h me for d r p m d n h l r r.irc rr-.tf-rvHlion-: r.irlv W. f B"- ! C M O I f E 50 hv :· 200 Years of Service 20,000,000 Policyholdert -20% ' Saving! MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO " INSURANCE "Savings for preferred riskst Get the Facti The Ritter Agency .cans · Real Eitat* 16 East Center Phone ..-^JL!!ll.--'.'P. s l n !*!!J ^rJ* a . n .. i . BI _ Farm j T. V. AND RAWO n K f . REASON A P-l.E p r r i Chu _Fornif W. D A L E rlmntrs. 2fi _ PAIRING " J. D. Eagle, Realtor. PHONE ?31 IDEAL LOCATION " " BLOCK flf jtrcrtc c-h'.oi. \v,iik.i:« ani-i- C'ftnipiii al tn i n e r a I (If f n r t-rly M.ilfn n.nli'i i)ifcn oi(;d r OOTrXGS w n t c r. ffm »nil i«w dlichr*. ncptic link holes Dtczi «iul h*ck flllln«. Call 28Z1. Bry " V "~ MAT7RBS ~ R E N O V A T I N G p' f v 1 : 1 CHICKEN ·Y-J-'IVK tho- ho'i«f» w i t h i.Tl'- f'r'in*;it RANCH FAYETTEVILLE PLUMBING HEATING co. .: T i n «. Wrrt Phone 7S nf 'ih! AUTOMATIC A Bellcr APPLIANCE CO. Pllct Io Bur WADE FINCHER H-.il-.u.u.d ON'K DAY ij Pf i.« Mj»rtc To O r d t r S K n V i r K - - P H O N * K 2774 tiutpuint U N. Plock DEALER Ph. 1)1 JoKn William Jack John W i l l i a m J.-u-k, fo. diM this mnrninar nt his hnnif nn R n u t r ^Inht. He v/a.s linrn nrar Farininff- Vinson said rnurts may Rn bohinrl a president's findings tn prr i \vhothor a real omorRfncy exists." Wf w hut Vinsnn wrnto, "Jhrro is nnt ' kinrtm i the slishlept basis fnr pugKostinR ln Olll i 1 t h a t the prfsidonl's f i n d i n g in t h i s ' case ran ho nndorminoH." '· \ Vinson said the m i n o r i t y fell . compHlM to i cRi.^trr n Hissont j "because we r a n n n t apreo t h a t af- firmance ip proper nn any ground, anrl lieciiusc nf the t r a n s r o n H i n u inipnrtance nf t h e questions pre. | " sonted not only in t h i s r n t i r a l l i l i - i " Ohio, 6-4, fi-4. Card Of sh Ir. thank ii s* shown mui BOX L-10, en re of TIMES O/IT ·per; C. A R r n u - n . W i l l i a m H . Rr Mr*. C a l J i p r l n Mn M a r y I.f« M r s M n r R n r f l HELP WANTED--FFMALR NKKDKI) ;i. f!r.iiir|ii| f ,t.cr t/. IM! R n x '|,-j;'. 'i-rim'^ ^* A,.pi-. Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. I'M K - i i i ' h F.HI SI WANfl'FI) TO BUY f';m")I) juirlrtlc tir.f fu 11"n C;. K. M u r r . u . f ( , , I l r ind rlrsf t i n - f,. F v M C - IC«. op with the thr TIMFS dailr. ,ii '. i CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phon« Celtoci 115t Arkinut Joplin R«nd«rin9 Co. g n t i n n l u i l alpn t n t h e powers I h e piTsincnt and of f u t u r e presidents to ad in t i m e of crisis." Vinsnn s.iid, "Those who suticost ' lh.it t h i s is a case l i u n l v i n i : e x - i I r H n n l i n a i y j K i u - e i s jthnuM lo j m i n d f u l I h a t ihp.^o arc o x t i a o r d i - j nary timc^." j Vinson cited I h e ^ n v e r n m ^ n l ' s ' arfiumenl t h a t pi-are j; prerarmus and tlien rcviowwJ the rol« nf m a x - ; ·mum stfe] prMnriion in t h « n«- ' tlon i rt^fpnsf* proRrAm. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES j WOMAN «. I l.vh Phnni. sun Vorl! f T T I ' R f . S T A H l i I K r o m n c r l v i n i d i i u i t h Who's Who For Service Consult You- Classified Service Directory I FOR RFNT--MISCFM.AVEnilS U I i n o M S STXI wci-k up C?l I . r v Rale: 3 Cf nl/ per wor · ilnjt'n i n - ·crllon. Th^^^ conncculivc l n » f r l l n » « 7 renlf \#r wnrrt M i n i t n u m nrrtrr 42c i ClaiiiMM «di rAih in ndvinc* mil Uktn over th* Iflephon*. i Ir;»fl]lnf» for olnsiiflfrd itrli: M M ·. m d u l l y ; 9 M it m. Saturday CnrrBftioni unit r*run c h e e r f u l l y I murtf *f|^r f l r i t Iniertlon No cnrrtc- · tlnni fit Tttun mad* «(tff id h«i n- pired NOTE: A f l v f r i U l n i ropy tor nth*r p«Kfl 11 dllf il 12 nrvon Ihf d*y prf» rwdinit puhllpitinn: 12 norm fOturdijr (or publinitlon on Monday. _ 2 »iul W A N T j i r k 7 f.f.i!' r !·' full timr I'h'inr Htm.l .iHrvHIr. 1 ITU)" 'ith \» ill rpnt in NIC:r morn (nr I'honn 2753W 'Mn J w Maic'hrg Sprnc«r Ontllitr* 1?7 Soiii h rnivgrtny i». HOME LAUNDRY STOUTS HOMf. LAUNDR" AUTOMATIC ind wnnifr m « f h m n W/.I ttnlh in'l \ty\ni 71 Ninh. nr»r rrrlihinn'i Drlvr.ln Calf I I a. m in t · · Kitum»y I . m M nnmi. PUBLIC SALE · 5 miles north Prairie Grove, 2 mile'; north Viney Grove. 4 mik-'. v ulhwr.t Fnrm'nrjton, 3 miles west , Bethel Grrivr sian on Hiwcy 62, on form known as the Old Shivlcy Farm. I THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1952 Beginning at 10:30 a.m. 5T hrod of I t v f . t " - - k . com'itinq of 22 head large while fore- row, \v:th 20 head of calves at side. 1 sow and 10 piqv 2 shoots, weicjht 150 Ibs. These are c x t r o good rows ond calves. 1 Ford tractor w i t h side mowmq machine, disc harrow nnd plow, a/Kid as new. 260 bales of hay. A lot of miscolloneous TERMS, CASH. LUNCH SERVED R. W. CRANE, Owner Bartholomew and McKinzie, Auction**! Loonord Dovis, Clerk. ·

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