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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 7, 1952
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Chicago, July 7: (By Special Correspondent) · Moit of the buildings in this town »re tremendous. Some taller than trees and almost everyone at least two storeys tall. In the lobby I /if one of the biggest, a towering three storey jtructure of red billiard parlor 01 'as an assistant to the House De! tective. He has been in this convention city for a good many years ARKANSAS TIM8, Foy*MtvlR«, Art MM MotxtV Jufy f, t*Sl R.F.D. Seven ·y JACK CARLISLE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES i C L A S S I F I E D ADS I CHINCILLAS even if they do us* a lot of nain ..... . . . l OI P dm I '"etc *a any L'llulce. 1 UHnK I Killing fruit juices and other med- won't vote for any of the canrii- The politicians have begun to send out their "boxholdcrs" If there is any choice. 1 think ication, which, everything consid- dates who mess ui ered. run up the cost of a National l* leir "boxholdcrs ip my mail with Nominating Convention something ' fierce. A kind of hysteria seems to take hold of all the pilgrims who journey here so that they jet mixed "umber , round floor, i the question of room. The Mouse and knows every trap in town. Hi name is Hugo. He won't tell his last name, s«ys it only makes I .people laugh, and we can't have any of that during these conventions which, as everybody knows, are very serious. Hugo has nice quarters in Twice recently I have gone to the dime store to buy Mrs. John Miler two hanks of yellow, wnolen yarn. Mrs. Mjler brought me out a sack of homemade cookies for my trouble and explaine-d what she was doing. It seems that she Rate:'3 centl: per wor? tingle !·· . ferlion Three comecutlve lneertloa) ! usrn~ i" I cenl. per word Minimum order 43c. ,'j 1 Clalliflcd aili cash In advance-sol | i "wl, uken over the telephone. Deadline for "lasilflcd ada. H:M a. m dally; 9:M a. m Saturday Corrcctloni and rerun r h e e r f u l l | WEST1NGHOUSE made after firil Inaertlon No correc- ttont or rerun made alter ad hai ex- NOW ·vallalil*. limited aunpl quality Chlnchlllaa Reilatcred ft C B A Vtiilari welcome Free literature See at Clyde Tlinhrook. S I B punier FOB SAI.K--HOME NEEDS has a very special granddaughter doors. There are a over in Oklahoma and she wanted IN THK I'KOU.YIK Cot KT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY to make something very special to parks and a few empty lots . . . STATE OF ARKANSAS send her, so she decided that a still, everybody seems to want to huge yellow, woolen cat would h e away from home. Hugo says that some of the funny things gig- « . -- " ~ , ""T "":",. "*-- " "' " R' e an d use too much Florida linen closet and it was there that Water but they are not to be blam- he told about the conventions. He I ed for they are friendly and mean says the conventions have been no harm going on for some time, since 181J |.in one case and since 1032 in others. It's his opinion that these things are contagious. One only leads to another he claims and J.thcy are absolutely incurable. Human types will probably be afflicted with them for generations. It is really pitiful, says Hugo, to But it is hard to see why these fellows collect so many empty bottles. You take a. room with a couple of chairs in i few dozen dirty glasses, rigars, these gigglers, a television set, a broken radio, two telephones and a desk and set everything to going at onre and, man, you haven't room to swing a see how these two-legged critturs cat. Even if you could argue one suffer in these periods. They car- I into joining the group, heaven ry it brave, though, he points out, I forbid, says Hugo. room *uile. Ing r h a t r . MONTGOMERY Ward wanner"" food 'ition. Phone 4SSW1 E X C A V A I I N G B U L L D O Z I N G Gruvcl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil- D. M. P A T T 0 N Phon. 249 pired. NOTE: Advertising ropy for other paiet la due at 12 noon tile day pre. eeedinB publication: 12 noon Saturday for publication on Unnrtav LEGAL NOTICES LECiAL NOTICES fngeratnr. 7 cubic fool. E x c e l l e n t condition, used one and hnll years stove table model radio and phonograph and USrfn living room l u l l e d divan" and chair, slip covered $ni (HI let Lewu _lln» .Cn Inc _ i Close-out of Torch" F u n i t u r e I , WAS NOW I I Grey uphoUlered glider wnji'n makes twd 74 io 1 n?fl upholstertd J 4 5 0 MATTRE55 R E N O V A T I N G fs Built Into off: Saturday was the day that she" j w^re wo'rkcr.Mi^h^Pro"^ Surl was supposed to mail the cat away but what happens? "Oh, that cat," she said, "he just didn't come out right. The more I'looked at him, the bigger his head seemed . . . all out of proportion." She sighed and slood there shaking her head and rort of talking to herself. "Now I have unwound him and have decided not to make another cat. This time it will bt a t?ddy bear!" . . . Look out, Woolworth, here I come. - Washintgon County. Arkaasas for the r e m o v a l of custody :fnd appointment for Barbara Pool. Marilyn Pool, Melva Sue Pool. Snndru Kluiiic Pool and Richard Edward Pool. Minors, with right and consent of ;tdopilon. Now unless you nppcar within .10 days after tht date of Will notice and show cause against such application the petition shall be taken as con- ffcsaed and decree of guardian entered. Owens Ranked As Greatest Of 'All Olympic Track Champions By TED 8MITS Los Ange'les-lfl-Jest Owens tn the view ot some pretty high pow- ·ered experts, is far and away the greatest of Olympic champion;. American college track coaches nd Southern California track , writers voted him Jour places on an Associated Press all-time Olympic team -- 100 and 200 meters, broad jump, and "the 400-meter relay team thst he anchored. The recognition of the Ohio State Negro .was for his per- I . formances »t the gaudy 1936 games in Berlin. There wasn't a dissenting vote against him in the broad jump, and only a couple of ballots for Eddie Tolan in the 100 and Mel 1 Fatten in the 200. Th* le»m wai lelecled on the btiii of pail Olympic perform- ·nc«, and tome old-llmen were included, eren though ihtir m«ki hare llnce been encwded. Th* ai- ·umption wai ihty could hare don* much belter ogaiinl moelern . competition. In 10 other events in additioYi to those dominated by Owens the selection to the all-time team was unanimous or almost so, as fol- * lows mari Iso-Hollo of Finland, winner in 1928 and 1932, and a unanimous choice. Shol Put--Moot* Tnompun, th* American who curpriwd by Kiting i record of 51 1 in 1MB. Javelin--Matti Jarvinen Finland, 1932. High jump--Cornelius Johnson, USA, 1936. Pole vault -- Earle Meadows. USA, 1936. There was an argument in the 800 in which Mai Whltflrld, American winner in 1948, was accorded first place over John Woodruff, the long striding American who won in 1936. Juan Zabala of Argentina was voted the best in the marathon, but Hans Kolehmainen of Finland had strong support. The 110-meter hurdles ended In a dead heat between Spec Towns. 1936 winner, and Bill Porter, 1948 winner, both Aemricans. In th* diicu, Adolfo Coni.linl of Italy narrowly won out OTer Bud Houier, th* American who won back in 1121, The hammer ended in a tie between Pat O'Callaghan, the Irish- 400 meters -- Billy Carr, the I man who won in 1928 and 1932, smooth Pennsylvanian who won in the 1932 games. 1,500 meters--John Lovelock of New Zealand, another winner from the 1936 games. 5.000 meters--Paavo Nurmi of Finland, 1924 winner. There was support, however, for Oaston and Tmre Nemeth, Hungary, the 1948 winner. Karl Hein, Germany, also had. his admirers. The hop, step and jump went to Naoto Tajima of Japan, l!)3fi winner, but some of the experts liksd his countryman, Chuhei Nambu, who won in 1932. Last week I jarred another wire loose in my radio and was without music for three days, but I got it fixed in time to pick up Bud Ledbetter and his "Ozark Mountain Jamboree," which I listen to every Saturday. All local folks and they deserve a lot of praise. While I was drinking a Coke in the Sulphur City post office Saturday, I picked up the following news from Mrs. Austin Reed: ID--Merrit Taylor, whn stayed with the Roy Daughertys last winter and attended the Elkins school, has been visiting the Daughcrtvp over the holidays . . . and the Daughertys have sold their place to a man from Chicago (Mrs. Recrl didn't know his name*, who will move in the 21st. The Daughertys I Rov A. SCOTT Clerk of the Probate Court .30-July-7-c NOTICt Or MTITION TO CONFIRM AND 4JUIIT TITLC Notice is hereby jiiven t h a t H E Hash and others have filed in the office of the clerk of the Chancery Courl of Washington County, Arkansas their j)etition to confirm nnd quiet t h e i r litle to Ihe^ following de- mthwest yellow 2 Spring steel chairs, fiber .-.CHI nnd back, red plastic coaled H OS 2 Sprinj; base Deauvllle chairs 319.; _ USED l i v i n g 'room suite." betl di sml m n t o h l n i r rhair. $44 91 sc\. I e Broi. Co. Inc. Quarter of Section 27 and the . Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section No. 3\. ail in Township No. 17 North, Range No 28 West nf th« sth P. M. in Washington County, or less. All pcrs interest in said la re n o t i f i e d 10 appear in aining 200 acre., more who claim any i thereon lid court will move to Missouri . . . (2l-Mrs. Howard YounRpcter | I Hi within six weeks a l t e r the .first publication of this notice and show cause. if any they have, why the title of said petitioners should not be confirmed and quieted. First published the Sih day of J^me, 19i2. Richard B. Urcer. Clerk ______ g-ir.-2.i-no Juiv 7-u-e N*tlc« Of Granting Of Lfquer permit Notice is hereby given lhat the De- PRESSURE SAUCE PANS MIRROMATIC, PRE57O, WEAR-EVER JELLO MOLDS, FOOD PRESSES, CANNING SUPPLIES LEWIS BROS. CO, Inc. inin honic O n l y I I H t f ! HI 'J'JXl t i l I (id f l i t KHI N u m T m i i !.Ook I'onri \'cnp!jn'i J ronrn SliouM !- B. -n Jin-l iititsiil*' to N:.' U M i r JHSDO nn Our I V H I . P v. i l l ho (I 1 ** it ( j r n n i p ' l y . 1 I / i well I ) ; ivr- f ' t i n WELL f f l t i i h l i i h e d n O f ] ] f ; C 3 l H j I 1 . KAMt-RRAL EftTAT* F O R F A M I L Y . An ideal family horn*. Clo»eJ to C i t y , Park, County Hoipital,. Wa-.hlngton School. Hai 4 nicevr ; bedioomi, I f clot*tl and 1~ larg* jloroge room. Intro Iwg*- kitchen with built-in an 1 wold. 2 full bathi. Attached garage. : Ceoiral heal, larg* l« v tl lot. Paid paveme-it and iew«r. This horrs is only 4 yean old, nnd is won' d c r f u l l y arranged for family : living. Don't blame ui if ffiu mhi f h i i one. Only $15,500.00. 1 KINCAID COMPANY; 506 Phontt 1 4 4 1 3-4 Wle f Alcoholic isucd a pern Kvans to arid four children hav{? boon visit- ' pcnse vinous or spirituous liounrK lor ing her parents, the John Tuttlcs.' ' ' Also visiting the Tuttlr-s arc 1 their ,,,. son. Buster, and his wife, who are I etlcviile. working in Wichita. Kan. Mrs. Youngpeter, I forgot to say, lives in Michigan. (3)--Dale Frost and his family. Trom De Solo, Kan., are visiting Dale's parents, the G. W. Frosts. DRAPERY and ,,. ... r UPHOLSTERY FABRICS sell and dis- Lamps and Occasional Furniture. Mrs. .T. E. Smith hold the lucky ticket at the REA jamboree and won a nice range--electric, I pre:me. Henry Thompson Is picking up a little weight and gettins his ?olor back; his wife came home ast week and Henry is now get- ing some decent vittles. Lula has een to California visiting a daughter. Reiff, the Belgian who won the! In the decathlon. Bob Mathias 1948. was slightly favored over Glenn 10,000 meters -- Emil Zatopek, i Morris. Both ais Americans, the unorthodoz arechslovakian, I Mathias won in 1948 and Morris winner in 1948. in 1936 400-meter hurdles--Roy Cochrane, the American who set the Olympic record in 1948. 3,000-meter steeplechase -- V o l - I a i n ' s 1936 team.' For the 1.600-meter rolny team, the USA combination of 1932 was favored narrowly over Great Brit- Todoy's Market-- St. Louis Livestock son. Brooklyn. 55. RUNS BATTED IN -- Sauer, Chicago, 69; Thomson, New York, 62; Hodges. Brooklyn, 57. HITS--Musial. St. Louis, 95; St °, C , k L a I dS ', T l'- m -i Lockman, New York, 88; Adams] (USDA)-Hogs 13.000; fairly ac- | Cincinnati 87 tive; uneven; weights 180 Ibs up Unclnna "' 87 ' and sows 25 to 50 lower than Thursday's average: 170 ibs down 50 to 75 lower; bulk choice 180230 Ibs unseated for grade 21.75- DOUBLES -- Williams. N e w York and Schoendienst. St. Louis, 19; Burgess, Philadelphia and Musial, St. Louis, 18. TRIPLES--Thomson and Muel- 22.00; latter paid freely by pers and butchers mostly for ] Icr New York and Ennis, Philadel- j choice Nos. 1 and 2 190-220 Ibs; i Phia. 0. 1 240-270 Ibs lull width of choice ' HOME RUNS--Sauer, Chicago, grade 20.75-21.60; 280-300 Ibs 20.- i 23; Hodges. Brooklyn, 17; Thom- 00-35; 150-170 Ibs 18.25-20.25; son. New York, 15. mostly 18.50-20.00; 120-HO Ibs 16.00-18.00; sows 400 Ibs down j ton anfl Rf . csei Brooklyn, 14; Hob-; heavier sows 15.25- i n s o n .Brooklyn,12. II. C. Baum was beaming with )ride over his new garnge when went by Saturday. I t h i n k t h a t outside of the real tricky building he did most of the rest. Mr. Baum hasn't worn a shirt since April and from the waist up hp couH pass for a fult-blooci Cherokee. But I was more interested in Mr. Baum's two lady ducks t h a t ran the dog out of its house, formed a partnership, and went into business. They made one large nest, laid it full of eggs, sat on them together, and a couple of rlays ago waddlod out of the doghousf with 38 little ducks following. And. so far, only one baby duck has died. While Miss lima Krieble was down at West Paim Beach she ,^c?nt some canned honey back to thr Damons. Evidently the hcnt caused the stuff to expand and it blew up before it pot to Memphis. There was a notation stamped on the package that it had arrived at Memphis in bad order. I iriod lo console her with the idea that. after all, the intention is what really counts. "I know," she sairl. hL'vuaj;e at retail on the premises ilcscnlwcl as: n e t i n n Highways 71 nnd 62, Fay- This permit issued on the l*t day ' of J u l y l!)3J. and expires on the 3 0 t h ! day of Ju:i.'. I'.I5:|. MACK HENRY EVANS Permittee M-July-7-c Custom-made Slipcovers and Draperies a Specialty BARRETT QUALITY SHOP 522 West Dickson PEKINGESE puppln. AKC re«f«ltre7T Write or Inquire F and F Barber »hop. Hunlevllle. Arkansas. IDEAL MATTRESS CO, Quality niw mattreu and mattrtis rtnovating. Phon* 3036 401 WEST OrCKSON FOK «ENT--MISCKLLANEOtm ROOM modern houae. 4000 broiler capacity. Reference required. J7S nil per month. Vacant July 15th. Pho 1R22W DUPLEX furnlahed, hath. _Phone 17Z1J. SMALL clow nit a ire 4 rooma and t ·pirtmcnt Waahiniton _ " WHEELER REALTY CO. REALTOH Oiark l Mc.uor fllclfj. I'hnni" I as WILL rriT(]f""ni.v nice HinTh'..,^ fnr * iniall I n r n i w i t tun t\ mil-* -it F n y e i t i - v l l l r J il Sfi.iri-r .South __Wpod Strret. __ BY OWNER.":, r-d\n7mV~in7.drrr,TM,TM7£! on H i g h w a y h', for i n f n r i i n t i u n . *r- Mr. Mitlonrv nt Jutmvm * K»I.T S ' n - tinn. Hlghwjiy 71 Norlh Trier SI,250 00. 306" ACRES R MILE from Knyrltrvill*, ment, UOO arrrs. good h o i t o m ' l a n d ' · II affrded in prr-momml p:i.iturf.' about 10(i acrff.t. wrjodlfmrt f r n r o d . for pasture, p r r i f t i r n l l y new 0 roftn. , modern home, KUCK! b u r n bale nf nrw hny Incl'l'lcd III [iriCf Th'.B j r a n c h hn» not lirrn p-mtircd i h i s : year ami h f i ^ an t i t i u n d UKT ol Ku-i.t ^ ^ MODERN, nicely furnlihed" I.ocakd PhnncJfggTM. 'HHEE room f private bnlh. pi new high ichool, and H3fi or B1.1W. $«00 month. FIVE FINE ACRES l - ' N I M P n o V K D on too, Ia*l of N o r t h 11 Hl_ .... r l t v n a t u r a l fat. and" city" water' *t^ 1 MODERN SMALL HOUSE '7 TWO MM roomi. l i v l n t room, kitchen." and f-mpldi* h(h. Nice lot S).'xl40' n n l y $2.75000 rj SMART COUNTRY HOME n u r r.t HKM m tnwn Seven r.Uy IOM t t u d d c M u - i f h it rlnz«n i t a t e l y OHKJ Sin franoui roomi and hath "H rnnin floor w i t h connect in§j . » t j l r t i to l u o cozv t h r r r room a p a r t - m«n!j each with oriv-i!^ haih Th* two a p A r t m t f n U aUo h a v r f round Icvr! p n v R t t * tntrinci*x Thrr,* ii « »mat! rnw harn and iom« fruit ror hom; u« r In m d d i t i o n , thti prop- n n y r n m m a n . i i h r a r t warmlnjr off yonTrijh view It It * prlvllfi* 10 * o»rr ihi« f i n e nronerty at only $13.-" - sooort which it t» r ]«M thin iu«' Wrtrlh -.. 816 NORTH OLIVF STREET TWO Ned ronm bunulow only f«w Jj y t u r * old in n«inf newly decanted find we r a n five j»u«»Hon hy July - jvi^ out of town ownrra ny Jcll**t IT* .^tpooo. Here* your opportunity.* i.rt Us Show You Phon* 7fi ~ HAMMOND RFAITY CO.""' Kve nant 11 O. Hammoml iW J_A;_J»rvla IHxrw WANT"TO" BUILD YOUR OWN? H E R E I, , ,oo 44 arre.. l^.lrt ) m l l e n of town, food well, nock pnn-l. 2 small brnodtr houiei and a small harn. The homt burntd and ihe o w n e r hai lone back tn California. It's a bargain at 11200. SPRINGDALE ^i:^. ra r.s!G. R- fondell Real Estate | i Itn«. Phone { l i d Norlh Entt Stn-nt f'hnnr 2'i9fi--}'2'tt! BUSINESS OPPORTUNITV D7sfRmufoRSHIP~lor wVshlnRton. Bcnton, Sebastian Couniics. Small hdiisehold applioncos. Very p r o f i t able. Full lini" nr snare lime. W r i t e Box L-30 c-o TIMES. ^wv%« PERSONAL^ CO'LDEST HcefTroot) in townl~Out~of the barrel. Served In irozrn n.ut'3 for only 5c. Yc otde North Side Drug on North College. ntANSrOKTATXON OFFERED DHiVIite~lo~~CamornlH. Sailor" i r7v~- InR for Long Beach. C a l i f o r n i a J u l y 11. Have room for oni* service man. Kxchan^c personal rcfcrcncEB. Con- tai:t P. L. NoaJ. Phone 209M. Bcn- tniTvillc. WE HAVE GLAMORENE the New Rug Cleaner LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. W e f e l i v e r . DRSIRAtlLE' cool furnlihed iparT-, _, .--,_ i n c u t In new home. Entirely lep-' rtv-nt.8 a r n t e . l.VW Cleveland. Also .1 room rurnf«hed a p a r t m e n t at ,101 Weal LOST AND FOUFVD FU.U.KR Brtishei. D)i«Kett~~R"iimT. dell (Dc-butantc) Coimctics ?fi LmiUe. Tor quicker scrvlrR. phone 2377R. 12:00-1:00 or 5:00-7.00. FOR RALE--LIVESTOCK CHESTER White"~HmrSpotted I',i,,mj weaning pigs. Irish cobblrr potatoes, six cenu;. H l f h w n y 18 West _KIX mi_]o!t_J hoiic_3133JI. QIC "bred gilfa" cheHp." /red" GuJIeV phone 1444M4. NICE two-room and b a t h fumfihed cottage Utllilloi pMld |10.00. K I N C A I D i COMPANY Mfl ^ Phone 1641 COOL, clean and (:omforubi7 "down- alain ilecplni room Prlvul* hath NICEI'V "~?u7ni*h.-d~'4 ro6m " apartment on Wanhlngton Av«nu«. Phone __ 2 ROOM efficiency "·ptrtmetit. FURNISHED gancc apartment with LOST. Blark wallet. Ihrcc sided zipper, u o n t a l n i n g papers nml SJj tifl cash. Social security card. Arlenu W. Sloddard. Doloros A. Wilson ulnver.i liccnsu;. Reward. R e t u r n 'ILJL' 1111 ?.^^^ 0 LOST w h i l e hnnr pi« if "(uund call j:in._;arn,inKloti._W.__n^ W i l t LOST. Honey and White spoiled ic- ~ ' \ JlowajU^Phonc^ MTB^ DOGS--CATS-- PETS 'REE half pointer pups. Phone 2834. HELP WANTED KIRST~~GRAIJE TEACHER W A N T E D salary with degree 5220.00 a m o n t h for 9 months. School siaris J u l y l-t. u c opera(e on a split term. If inlereslud r a i l L;imar Barh:-r. Su- perinlgj^ilLTit. V.-mnd;i!c. Arkansas. WAN'fEtt. rxpcr-MwiT~wnn»n~~ diTT- ncr cook, alto ronk'n helper. Trip wages. Apply Merra H:s!nurani, Highway 71 Norlh. HELP WANTED--MALE TM TM1TM eVer'^y .i'V^d «£ 'mtonlions 1 on a hot biscuit?" ,-,-,,,··· « TM C E D A BARGAIN. Good fentl* work more « years old. Collar antTJmdle. Some _rorn_and_hny. Pho. 8OR3. B OIC pig«. 8 wecJ«~oidr~AT"D" McTnd"- _ _ d - c n · _f _ ^|^^cf ^ *l SaJ e m. FOR 8ALi. OK TRADK SINK. 1 swing f a u r p t . almost n»-i- with ^uahmcj. Cflih or trtdi* 2239W. BAY horw.'e .vrnn" old. "black hone 5 years old. Set all leather harness wagon, cultivator, mowing m n r h i n r hay rake. reKlstr rpd OIC pijc^ Houston Bowline. 1 1-2 milei toiith ol Grcrnland. 1-2 mil* East. ^ORSALE--M1SCELLANKOI!* --- --- -- - - , _ _ 4 KOOM furnlihed ·purtment. cloie In. .1 room u n f u r n U h e d n p i r t m e n t nenr University. Phone 2122 J or A A RTMtNT. rurnlihcU. bill* p«t4 i STUDIO couch and slnfls h«d w i t h innersprlng mat!rcs5. Itrnsonably _pnred. Phone _1M. P r n l r l f Grove. " " ROOM apartment, partly furniahed. _ * ? ' lw ..I l^. n il?-_.'iHll, P,«ld._P_hone_6ia. NICK btdroom in pfivVte home, "ad- TWO bedroom "" EniT"L:*ray- 2 R6o"M unfTlTnl",^ed~aparTmc7rt. tlflu trailer. 1. _B[fick OH I ^lave a stack of mail addressed to Ray E. Hunt, RFD 7. Part of it is forwarded from Hiram, Ohio, so 17.00; stags 13.00-15.00; boars 10.- I !0: Bra^lc, St. I/uis, 6-1; Hearn, 50-13.50. Cattle 4.200, calvps 1.000; open- (New York, 9-2. ing steer snrt hoifcr sales strong. ! AMERICAN LEAGUE spots unevenly higher on h i g h ; BATTING--Fain, Philadelphia chole.. to prime: several loads \ .335. Goodman, Boston, .335; Ro- rmxed yearlings 33.50-34.00; good ; sen , Cleveland, .330. and choice steers 30.00-34.00; with j RUNS-Minoso. Chicago. 52; cutler and utility dairy breeds ; Rospn Cleveland, 50;' DiMaggio, 16.00-19.25; cows showing firm- , Boston, and Berra, New York, 48. ness but relatively little done on RU NS BATTED IN -- Rosen, STOLEN BASES^Jethroe. Bos- I 1 . Kuess that is where he is cominc] from, but up to now he hasn t arrived, or if he has he hasn't -,,_,,,,,.._ _ ,, ,. . i contacated me. I have quite n PjTCHING--Roe. Brooklyn./7-I stack of mail w a i t i n R for h i m K K L I A I H - K in'in w i t h car" wanti'd cull on farmiTa in W a M i m K K m Co 1y. Wonderful o p p o r t u n i t y . SIO $20 in a day. No i-xpcriencc or capi lal required. Permanent. Write today. Mt-.NESS COMPANY, Dopt. A. Froeport, III. . . h u n t 16 "fool" hou»c M. Cunningham. R o u t e 5 _ ___ 5 WEEK old half rocker puppies" J.V 00. GRAVEL: 4-yard~ 'bW~drIlve~rad."t5 _ and _up^Phone .TI7HJI. GOOD 2 whccl~trailcrT I43~d6~4~piprc bedroom suite. 5:13. r.t). Platform rocker. J i o o o . rocking chair. S.VJi. Kitchen cabinet. SHOO. Mice spinning wheel, light road buggy. Lloyd'a Trading J'o«:. Hignway 71 South. _'05_yard|i_.outh_Purdy;._Storc. USKlf wardrobe t r u n k . J1750 L^vli nros Co Jne NICK 3 room modern apartment Near _y.{l l v r ««yi_bulltljw.. Phone 17MJ PARKVIEW anrt~U77iVe"r^~7^i7r. nicnt. furnUhed or u n f u r n U h e d t o -- - . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Vtiin.a paid. Phone 2I07J or 25SQR. n- i _ Ir l?fn _S^wing Machine, phone 1245 .IT'S cooler .......... -· ·" - - - B0.1J. TWOVTlirrc n nirnt s Soutl. ^Leonard Hn-wcr. FURNISHED ~V" Phone 27I3J. Jm f u r n l s h f t l a p a r t South Went. Phone 727, room a p a r t m e n t . 3 ROOM furnlahed apartment Private entrance. Private h a t h .113 Weil SprlnK,_phone__K!»4M UNFURNISHJib (TobnTnTodern apart. ^Jncnla^Phpne nag. """ ~ 'Kh »em:-modfrn home Broiler capacity 3'!(tn I'rop.-tnc. low |nl. t a n k , a u t o wattM-rrji. ,01 cijitip- ment IMi-nty Krnxi, All for $.1750 w. OOOD TERMS Or will trade /or property in Spruigdolc. NEXT? BARHKH Mi op. 4 rh.iln. modern equipment (jood lociillon. j(onrl a t r n d y trade LciUtf nnd t q u i p i n c n l ATTRAC y TIVE PUCE TEN acre* level, rock-frr-e, and rork- vrnecr homp, thri-c l a r R e room". «n i h p blacktop Land fcecdrvl rrtl-'0|i huuie. b u t n n r A n a t t r a c t i v e place lo live. S3MK) Term*. LARGE LAKE MODERN 5 room home. 1ft nrrci. n i l p a s t u r e G r a v i t y w a t e r nupply I r o m fVKrI,t« iprini. Large like nu-.v bpinf built. Sec U noon- 15000. Termv tivated. u now in p«nture. all l*nc~ , fd Lou of nice (hide, good wttl -- nnd writer i.vatcm Horns U 8 rcom», -* w i t h CAR. «l«rtrlcity, hot and cold .water, broiler capacity *.i»0, cive. ·* y'om h o i u e btrn - * duee * prtct,'£* WELL LOCATED 40 RoftTi. i mil* from hifhw»r. ThU h.-ui about 2S icrei in culltY*- tion. family fruit. «u fenced *M rroii fenced, good well. Thtrt U · modern home. 3 bMrTOflif fireplare In f h e living room; lff)» r«Don propanr tank. Urn barn. 1 chlrken houMt. On «n all wtitber road, fine neighborhood. fl.MO, OWNER WILL "TRADE THIS twod M acrt itoclt ftrm, lo»t«l on Hi if highway, 4 ml[« of lOWn. Thta hat M good 6 room home, cement block laylnf HOUM. imalt b»rn and ihsrp »h«d. itock pond. Abo«t · M icrei of thU U well Mtded to ,*". turn* iraeaei. fenced and crou ftnc-' *rt. prlcn U »MW Owner will trad* · '·quiiy. Would conilder Krvle* it«- ~~ lion with living quarter!. NEWLIN-POWEll REALTY iNEWLIN REALTY" IF S 71 South Dial 01.1 SPECIALS ! 30 ACKKS. 7 miles out J 1-2 mllr! from ' pavlnd. tiood 4 room rc-ddrm · i modern except b »l!t :, ftoo h r o i l r r '. caparlty wl:h a u t o n m i r - w a t r r r r s ! and feed c.irrien Sl.'.IJO 00 i 70 ACKKS. 50 acres Hi-nrcd Good : u n n i l y Jicini soil W n l r r r d hy j;',(..l . well. jM.nrl. n M f | itpr.n« r, t w m , hoiiiti*, m o d r r n rxccpt tiaih Large 1 barn, r.irk p u m p housr and »ior- ai(o. Z.OD3 hroik-r t-.ipat.-lly ,/(,j!JO')0 ! HAMMOND REALTY CO. Phone 7»3 J y n.irkilrnm Fvc I'hnn,- :7:,r,-r.-l THREE SPECIAL VALUES"" FOR SALE: Washington School nu- _ . .jg" 7 »«». ----- . 1' A^VU. * room modern. Improvt-... mentj. Cloic in. Hiaaonably prkcd.". _X f - r TM._J5TMl« 1UH4. ·' NEW «-room hdust. rxtrrlor Native "" rnrk trimmed In nuH brick, flvm »·'" '""1. «t a five awar prtM (Of «»7.won. Loratrt !i mile Wtit on M from 71 irifhwiy s« I ,B. Kulon «' Slti-lf. Arkansaa CHOICE IOT 7S* by 150' in Northwrt Reduced for quick sale Wai $2400, now $1750 Cash or Tcrmi Phone 150-\V after 9 pan. ^ ^ . SMALL modern haute, ~«outh of Gn.enl.nd on 71. Mr. j W Barker BKrmoofi, privaTT" --" e ' Bu " ncli entrajiV. near man preferred. packer accounts; utility and corn- Cleveland, 53; Pobinson. Chicago, mercial cows 16.50-21.00; canners 50 - Doby 'Cleveland 47 and cutters 15.50-16.50; bulls 50' HITS-fox. Chicago, 95: Rn«cn. higher; utility and commercial | Cleveland, 92; Robinson, Chira- bull» 21.00-24. 50; canner and cut- gn ter bulls lo.00-20.00; vpalprs j DOUBLES-- Priddy, Detroit. 23; ste«dy; good and choice 28.00-32., ; nobinson , Chicago 'and Vernon, 00; K)rted prime to 34.00; u t i l i t y ; W a s h i n ui o n , ]B . vfalers 21.00- 1 TniPLES-Rlinito. New York i and Young and Rivera, St. Louis, Sheep 1,300; active on spring 6. lambs, 25 to 50 higher, mostly SO; HOME ntlNS-- Wertz, Detroit, higher, on choice and prime' 16; Rosen, Clevelind, and Berra, and commercial 27i TM' Kr»des; top 29.50 In all buying interests; bulk early sales choice anrt prime 29.00-50; scattering good ind choice 27.00-28.50; occasional mixed lots with utility end down to 25.00 and below; mort cull throwouts 16.00-18.00; occasional lots at 1900 to feeder outlets; old crop lambs and aged sheep «eidy; scattered small good ind choice old crop lambs 16.0020.00; odd yeirllngt 18.00 down to 10,90; cull te food slaughter ewes Major League leaden (ly Tfc* AttMtfttad Pnw) NATIONAL UEAGUK BATTING--Mu*l*1 ( Si. Louis, New York. STOLEN BASES--Rlmito. New York. 12; Avila. Cleveland, 9; Jensen. Washington. PITCHING--Dorish, Chicago, And also in the undelivered Dartrnent is a packaqe Tor Ronald Hufihes. I am sure there is ;i f i n e air gun In the packapp t h a t Hnn- ald would be glnd to get--if T only knexv him. The package is frnm Kenneth Hughes. Orville Stout. Ralph and Kdwin Wilson, Glen and Howard Nirkell made a short trip lo St. Louis last week and watched the Cardinals win a double-header on the Fourth. They didn't get home until about six the next morning and I hear they were pretty well pooped out. The Courts Municipal Court Wade Armstrong. 25. of Fay- etleville, was fined $50 on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while his driver's license was suspended. Richard Poole nf West Fork. SALESMEN^ WANTED 6r'PonfUNifY~~tor~7i^rn u-ith car slop imo n profHablu buninou of his own in F a y r t t c v i i l e or Morth- wcst Wa-hinirt'in County No capital needed, liuy on ( r t d l t Pay .is you .st-ll V. .1. Ru'.Irdgi'. ArknnM.v A . - r r a R l n R .inlr-i over SJ70 wrckly t h i s yp.-ir. W r i i e Riiwleidh's. Dppt AKG-i:,0-^16. Memphis, Tenn. ·l.UMS. St.irk cold.".10c"Ballon. Brine containers Tluppel Farm. OlC'lt.'! CUCUMBERS.' 3r pound 3 miles N o r t h - ^"IJ'n^Wirc Road. S. A Ht «.' USED AiMornntrc Thor .1~nft u^cd B^iv Johnion Plumhllnc and llfat- Cnrnor Spring and School. SITUATION' WAXTKH HELPER, yard woflt. dlxhwaihcr. I! C. Waihburn Pho. 2390J. Ff ? K SALE-- AUTOMOTIVE SLICK fjsT Ford plrktip! fully equipped. Take older car in t r a d e _ J _n_Sliar^r._Spu!h_Wond S l r p r t I~941 PONTIAC. R.-rdifT^rTfi h e a J f r ' s i M Win fmanrc. f)2 South Lociut PACKARD-WILLYS " Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO IHK C. phnnr USKII R'nliawaT bVrt and' rnallrcsi~S7~- _SO t.r\vls Bros Co Inc SAVE moncv--5a' "our w p r k l y hrcr s u p p l y at Crescent muii Slore. Inc. Drive In. 2'JO Wi-s! M o u m a i n . donc;"Ediis oTchTci fiTi" m "iiio"orr7 IJrivc out to Kcnli.-iven G.irrfeni Visitors wclromp a n y t i m e . N'ow l.i the time 'o planl ilighu-.iy 71, 2 mile^ south of Kogrra. PIANO' " U P R I R I I T Ludwlg Phone 223ft_W. 1**ULL uzc bedApringjy _ fp r .', n ?._ rn . fltlrr ^ P. n _l' ne J - 7fl R A I N B O W TROUT "sold "rfniiy "prinrie SprinRditle .1201. O7«rk Trout Fflrrn. . apanmenU are nl^e nery li wonderful You'll like _micjtwgod ApartmenlJ. Phone 2B5J FURNISHED apartmtnt. 201 N o r t h Church. Phone 3J32W after I. mm porcl launrfry ·1 -- ThU lovely HoiT! rooms, t i . t h . lirr.Tkiiti 'cli. haionient w i t h K u n t K e . ' atorajiP: iniula'.cd. ' Chambcrlnin w r a l l t f - r t i r t p p e d . Vi-n i f l l a n Dllnrii. f i r c - p l n r c ; tlic b«t In ' rmlerlnlB. r o n j i l r u c t l n n . nnd archl- , , r c , u r e D A S , 7 . . « O v , , U e S P r C . A L L V ; KAH University -- New 1 room ' RtALTOR tumjtalow. b a t h , irrvk-e porch l u l l Olark Theattr Bldtf. li.uein'.Tit w i t h unrace. iloraue ror in Phone 1M KUhtl ntU ' · - small a p a r t m e n t : aii!!r £»« . ~~ ~ · 3 flCDROOMS. hardwood fkxiri. Cvn- ·· '· · pletely remodtled and rtdccorattid ^ lhr(!u«hout. On «wtr. N««r tchool. Priced at only ilsoo.n. with STMOt" down Balanct on taiy terrru. WHEELER REALTY CO. * f. lu', RD by lo:t Loan 5 per rt-nl. mon SiO. You can't beat ihe cliy. · - C»I-FU.\ ijiy jiayrnrn;.-. : thii value in · ' SLIGHTLY room. /·htn, *nd bath; 'rholci i u h u r b n n rotlnjtc: l i v i n g . i o m - k i i - 1 l)0iler or any t h i n e in h r a v y l i n f Frre Mtlmates. K. M M u r p h y , phone Purchase | WILL IX YOtJV f YPINO AT~~ST - ' HOME. CALL I577W-706I-2 R f r o n r l i t l n n r d and inner- th, I Al.'C ilTS A food rhant-e io"get in hnj!inex« DOM h u r k s »nd h u t t h et A complete o u t f i t Rcjuonthle F'hnnr 81»R i f t c r _7 p m wnr.i i i i , y c i o i v ~ r u f f . ~97f2~.Tke St WIL1, ~i n kr cMdr'fnTrnm T to f, a t niy h f i m r Tracli [irc-achool mrl r h y t h m tnnd Call MOdJ U)'"HOL.STKK1.\(, ; ; rrMrTiihinKriTitHorr, nad« f u r n i t u r e S A t u l a L - t i i i n g u a r a n - M'fri. ut H ihn u n d e r cover roiinlB ( l.fl m p r n v r !o you thai nu.-ilfiv r*buildln« in AI food to miirh hoitrr i h n n new Paul O Dye nnd son. F a y r t t f v i l l r phone 31!?. *hop phone 2VH. Sprinirdal.* 2', m;lfl wru nf 71 on H u n t i v l l l i - SirrM K i t i m i t f n f r r r l y f l v o n In your hodir mR'p'Minlinc or" p.Vp*r hinfinB. phm.7 404J. J. D. Eagle, Realtor. __ PHONE MODERN f:nl':a«'e Cit or rf-iiden "lji ling acre l l y «Y 'o Phone x;r, n~\ TK" n,-iri7r":i"dw ulne-n f r o n l f t j r . South 71 am] O _ _ r. "Cool. r,n,7to r t',ri,-.~ home ^p.irioiw bedroom.^ l;nj(l.':o f lo' 12 large onk.1 for 'hndrd 1 ,\vn w , , n d e r f u l h i l l - t o p v:rv. I,'-M.( ." School nnd t . ' n i v t r a . i y rhoiu: ;;r,i- 20 ACRES. ' Z~ho'ii'rea " a m i o'h, t I,M. prnvenienti. .1 I-; ,,,,!,.» j;,,, ,,,, ,-. highway and 3.4 m .lc ^irh 0,1 Oakland Church Rd V I, M, R A N C H E S SALE OR TRADE ; ! 200- 14,000 ACRES Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, ~ Oklahoma, Ttxat THE BROADHURST CO; ? '· 1031 North College. Phon.) 2487 ~ ; SPECIAL ~ : ; - BKDROOM home, hardwood (1WM. . ;ni:')i;i:itif.- heii'.. decoratfd. Vtne- ' A"..irhed Barane. close to cam- : p u i ,-imt r.'v. .chool Owner plan: nir.^ tn I r n v e . For quick lale ln- | elude g j i r i e n t r a c t o r , Maytaf V r a n K f . Phlleo Refrlxerator TTlor lr w.--shin« m a r h i n r ALL NEW. Piano and n - h - r f u r n i s h i n i l All lor $7.000, * , on n;ivrd s r r r e t NEIL SAWREY, BROKE* · ,( Phone 666. 208 Norlh Block/'S-r^n.^ 1 ,^ 0 '"-"'*" 00 '' EXCAVATING - BULLDOZING Land rlc.irine--saving your lop- Heavy duly discing. B r u s h 1 Consult You' C l a s s i f i e d Who's Who ! STANDARD REAITY c T T I IW O Y V I IU n_K_ Mountain Phone »/ 5n For Service WANTF.II TO Rl KEKIJER h(;«s toil I ,i FOOT IrmlnalVt. _ n n v e . P h n n t 24 CLEA'N' " »«7~Su 1 h .soil 719 rake--ponds. H. H. JONES, Contioclor 5n7 K. Lafayette. Box 141 for garage uae. City ^ Service Directory I J n l v e r n t y Slatlon Route 2, was finr-ri MS when hp I «-· plcadtd (fullty lo charges of 5-0; Shiintr, Philadelphia, M-3; i drunkenness anrt assault with Raschi, New York, 8-J. J """ -- MiddlecoffWins · Motor City Open r*tro!t-(/n- C.nry Middlecoff, the Memphis dentist, yesterday walked off with Ihe $S,400 first pirr.e in the $15,010 Motor City Op*n Golf Tournament. But he hid to do It tht hard way. T«d Kroll, on* of tht rnore -3.1J; Atwfll, ChlMKo, .114; Rnb- I promWnf rooklm on th« clfctiit, In.wn, Brooklyn, ,J15. pl».r*(l him to i utiniJstlll in the RUNS--Lockm«n, N»w York, lrc«ultlnn 7! holn, only to lr«» S7; Miulil, St. Unlit, M; Robin-1 to Mlddleroff In a Judlcri deadly weapon. He was arrested hy city police Saturday night following a fight at the Razorhack Club on Hlfchway 71 at the north city llmitg. Jay Shastid, Chester Mc- Conaufh and Bill Cauchmnn were each fined $7 on charges of speeding. Troy !,« Miller was fined $H on chftrjjes of speeding and op- eratinR a motor vehicle without * muffler. NOTICE L. A. BENCH, professional paTrTieT ,149 G o v e r n m e n t Avt will be out "( town for Iwo week!. FOR li*»t rciLiUa7"i7li or" conil"gn~Vmir f u r n l m r e , fjlihei, houienolfl appll- ancei. tooli antl articles of ail kind! to the A u c t i o n Home. 1'* mllct north of Sprlngdale on Highway 71. ' Phone 904. Springnale Auction anlci _R4onidayi an^jrhuriflayi^J afl^p. m KXtini5'fV~K"n«waiiapcr~f"ra"nVh'li7'vllri the ArJeaniat O a r e t t r full time Job ('n»h rlepoatt rrfjulreil Experience _linnece«!tary Phone M17R.1 plarnff on the 73rd hole. F.ach nhot a M-unde,-par SV'I Eayettevllle Phoni 141 QUICK SERVICE MONET TO rilA HOME LOANS I/ow Internt, lotig lerrrei UTI.KY AND COMPANY, INC. Phone KOI PISTON pump., let Jumpj. Irrinatlon puinns :TJIO the ' A ' l - i n ' i iinoit Aa \"£" m f- thf ""'h-Btrry Jet. J- * Itlll Weil K.-nk. l-h-mu -n "· 1 N6iilLITV"'sil';er?"" Call EU/.ARCT1I J A N M .SAWMrLi~2"7rucaii;~pl,wVf' a.iv Rui'. _IH|_ Hmllh. North ildft Falrfround PHJLCO REFRIGERATORS AT BARGAIN PRICKS One f) ft. Sn-vol C.ns Rrfrlucrntor Speed Queen W.ishini! M«cliinn EASY TERMS CLIFTON LUMBER CO. r\'i i t i W.W I E V K PI IMP'S ON *»»che.. elocki. ap r V J l V i r j Jewelry repairing over th» pur 72 course. M i d d l e - 1 POUI.T1T _ | A (·off with round* of Sfp-n7-(i7-71 i-iiM-rmbR:'Wiioii.K'n nnr*?*"7 : ha'r". i they i, .nd Kroll wilh M-M-71-70. I ^mLRnf"*' '"«"*""' | "£TM SPECIAL fll l«wn rhflim. f4 IIS. while t Optn ··vj-ninfi until » an ·rot. Drive* In furniture KARL'S WATCH SHOP W l l h Breweri Cleaneri. 15 r. Center HITCH OIOO1NO FOOTINGS-w a t e r. gel inn eewer dltehei. aeptlc tank holea Dlggmg and lock filling Oil :» trrci AUN-TILT Venetian hllnda and aluminum window tcreena an^ a w n i n g a Free caMmalea. Gal* Cci per 441 South 1,-TiMt PtHmr III! J. W. HILL ElEQRIC CO. ·fhofrt 24, Wttt folk M i r t h a ' i licnuty' "Shop C-unpl^tc Hcjiity Scrvict* ^fc_K Mountdin __ __ Miona 2.1.11 CO!.VADS riEAUTV" SMiVP 2f» W Mc-iclow-.l-lumr VA*. _**«ctilji4[rlcn, Ji sn. Cold \\z\e JS 00 riOTMtC* UUpl«IOP A W m(-k..nii BKAiri ; V SHOP" RKLIAkl. I W O R K Block i. h on. 1 i*PKNCKft"l pnrli V l v l n n Cnrn ^Jcy^Phnncjan..!. .is Mrs J "V~*MY Spenrrr 200 Y»Qr« of S«rvie« * 20,000,000 Po!lcyhold«ri ; 20% I Snv'nei j MUTUAL FIW AND AUTQ INSUKANCI ·· "Savlrvgi fef pnhm4 rWiV Oti ih« FotH : The Ritter Agencf '1 M« U I«M C*M« lei ill M a m »H

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