Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 16, 1952 · Page 9
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July 16, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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lfj ^-----.----^^j ^ Motel For Cats Turns Into A Good Thing ! ' HqwflU ' ch °fc» For Owner; Animals 01 Celebrities Know ^^"~""· It As Home; Felines Live In Cottages NOITMWitT AtKAN»A TIMiS, Fayettevill*. Artnnsm. W.'Jnudny, Ju!y 14, Ittl, ·Hollywood- l/Pi-Thirlern yrars ' of the rat f a m i l y and 1 believed «gn Mrs. Mildred Alexander built him." ' ^""ed, r^r--^ l ±r 5-. ss. ^ mm ^«' h«m« on busy Ventura Boulevard rat a itocking tilled with loys and In the San Fernando VAlle.v. Then, t i d h i t i In the front yard, she erected a Th ' i lign. The sign said: -Motel for ni.Miv P J "'. In(f * in * : *' tfl « i c , u » nightly depending on the me of I · ,,,,, ,, ,, ,, · , , . , '"' ""'age and the fanciness of Today, prosperity having long the meal since arrived, Mrs. Alexander's back yard is covered w i t h cages, na'.v called cottaces. There are nearly 40, including a "honeymoon cottage." Feline guests t a k e their ease on miniature, human-style bed? and chairs. The menu includes lobster and caviar. tn 13 years the cat motel has become THE place for cat? of class to boird while their musters are away. It has been a second hohie to Clark Gable's Siamese i,."." ."";" *· ···»"·"»« ""v and Arthur Kennedy's red Pert l s t *'"'' f t n v e n t l o n Wl11 rerom *.,.,.*.,., ,T , t . i i ci mnnA - 10-1 u.,*]....( ..f *i n-rt rr-f Elans. A oat owned by Adrian and Janet Gaynor made the mntel hi? permanent home. Adrian, pay? Mrs. Alexander, is allergic to thr beasts. although he riearlv loves the/n. He got around tbjs by brmeing the cat home evening? once ,or twice a week, and re- Big Budget To Be Proposed By Baptist Board iTM »Vv.'«"h»"b«n'. "second" ""I" Tr-,H HPl /J n " t " m ' ' hohie to Clark Gable's Siamese L. ve I? nsrd " r lhe . Arkansas Bap The WORLD'S FIRST ONLY BLOWOUT-SAFE SEALING, TUBELESS TIRE! NSW turning i( mornine?. Mrs. A. breeds cats as a sideline. Barbara r e e s c a s a s a s e n e . a r a r a -- ~ . . . . . ' · · . . . . . . . *-,,..' . i n m Stanwyck and Ethel Earrymore ! * serl by ln(! M a r ch 21 tornadoes. ' "-i~ ·- ------- -... . - . - - - . mend a 195.1 budget o[ $l,071.»fi6.- j ** EXPERT swimmer, who also is fi7 to the convention meeting in * secretary and i h u l a dancer November. . " "' Dr. B. L. Bti'ices. ronvention ; executive secretary, announced ! the recommended budget figure following a board meeting here yesterday. The horml also: 1. Voted to donate $2R.nnn to Arkansas Baptist churches dam- ! Beverly Hivera, 20, has been chosen to represent Hawaii In the Miss America Pageant at Atlantic City, N.J. (International Smmtphotol 2. Voted to contribute toward construclion of a pus at .Tonesboro. 3. F.lected Dr. I,. have bought from her. The most lavish cottage on the tree-shaded grounds -- it's bis enoueh for people and has a tree growing UD through the center-was" built by funds from the late Jean Barlow's estate. The platinum blonde's pampered pot. Blue Baby, scent its final years there. Since Blue Baby's demise the cot- taje has been the motel's most pop'ular. Proi-ides Special Service Mrs. Alexander is a plump, mo- · thoi'.y woman in her !OF. She I ipeciali2?. in providing specinl ' sen-ice. By an arrangement wilh airlines, cats can be shipped to her in advance of the owner's ar- ' rival. She quarters the animal ; until the master is prepared to take over. She stands ready to prepare and person ordered buttered s t r i n g ' , 0 .f^The" beam. So fir. no one has ordered ' i° ?,,£"?,,,,"D,, $10.000 $25 000 ; Press Representative ! Named By Eisenhower n . ' 1 V e r ' Dwi « nl B. Golden. ! Press secretary. Ncwlln. who will · ' serve under James C. Hagerty. Rural Conference On Is Scheduled Sh* has catersd to a cat that . -- , , . ,, ^ a i , [ i n r . J 1 4 uj i n r i v i T i i r a i oocieiy inp flrank only from a erystsl goblet; Arkanss* Farm Bureau Federa- placed on a linen napkin and an- | tion. the Arkansas Dental Associ- other that would eat only off t ! atlnn, the Arkansas Council of Chopping block. She has read re- ' Home Demonstration Clubs and Ilgioui tracts to a cat ne;tled on the Agricultural Extension Serner lap. She has cared for an oce- . vice. lot. » baby leopard, and is p r e - ' Information about, or transpor- parmg to welcome a young ch.cet- ; tation to. the conference can be ah and a deodorized skunk -'The obtained from one of the eponsor- owner swore skunks are members ing organizations pastor of the Kirst Baptist C h u r c h ' 5 C r v e un .der James C. MagerU of Corning, as state missionary i ,"' as publicity director of the n.i 4 VotPrf in ?iin i «omsr«'o- l l n " a l Kis(rll1 ovver for President r ... KV S||0(J ' E S31B.SCB.fi. headquarters in Washington dur- of the budget to 18o3 operatine , ing the time th" genera] was bid- expenses; $331,126.67 of which ding for the GOP n o m i n a t i o n . He will go to support of the Southern also was co-chairman of the pub- Baptist convention. I l i r i 'y division of the Eisenhower . campaign headquarters at the ! Chicago convention last week. Casket Found Aflame, Fire Believed Set Ottawa, Ill.-(ff)-A casket taining the body of an ald"nv Negro was found in flames In an Ottawo mortuary last night and Fire Chief Emmett Burke said he believes it was deliberately ignited. The casket of William Lambert, 77, wan found Mating in the rear room of a funeral parlor, which is owned by white persons. Lambert, who left no immediate relatives, died early Tuesday of a heart ailment at an Ottawa rest home. Chief Burke said he h the casket had been fired deliberately by someone whn dropped a lighted match or cigarette insMe the coffin. The motive was ; _. e seco "d R u r a l Health Con: ference will be held in Little Rock, :onference uponsor- Arkansas Meri- "»1 Society, the Womsn'* Auxili- rry of the Medical Society the . determined. I un- the TTWFS-- Tt D»T« Who's getting your business? It ought to be YOU! This month, as in other months, some store's share of the business that's gettable is gaining, another's share is dropping -somebody is always getting the business. Customers and their wants ore always on the march, responding to new needs and new invitations to buy. Somebody's getting their business -- by asking for it! No more economical way to ask for business has ever been devised than through newspaper advertising. Use it consistently! · A telephone call will bring a representative to discusi with you the poisibilitiej of Northwtst Arkaniai Timei ad- willing as applied to your bujlnwi. No obligation what ever. Juit coll 244, oik for Display Advertising Department. 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Place: University Farm Road, Highway 112 Thursday., July 17,10;30 a.m. 101 N. COLLEGE Timfott* STORES

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