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I I? m**T4T_ Pehs tat Barons Twke, 11-7,2-0 (By The AMMisicd Frew) Little Don Nicholas, Memphis centerfielder, used his expert base iteilinf against Atlanta Sunday. ' In the ninth inning Nicholas stJ'le second and scampered homo nn Sam Meeks' scratch single to break i tie and Jive Memphis a 4- ·3 victory. It was his 67th steal of the year --only one short of the record for a Memphis player. · In the nightcap, the live-foot- seven Nicholas got one of his rare hnmerf to lead the Chicks to a 4-1 win. · Chattanooga split a twin bill with league-leading New Orleans, dropping the opener 4-5 but winning the afterpiece 8-5. The split pulled the Lookouts into a tie for second with Atlanta, two games ·behind the Pels. Mobile held on to its first division spot by squeezing past Nashville, 2-1. · Little .Rock's last-place Travelers just about doused Birmingham's hopes for a comeback by taking a double-header, 11-7 and 2-0. The Travs took the opener despite three Baron home runs--two by Tommy O'Brien and one by Danny Hyan. Righthander Johnny Weiss tossed a dazzling two-hitter at the Barons in the nightcap. Braves Split With Redlegs Blames Pies For A Broken Ankle ...P'^' 0 "' Ohio . (/P) - Fireman Wilbur Sager blames the cherry pies for his broken ankle. Sager, 44, was working yester- ^^B^a»~«TM W he was taken to the hospital.! "' -"· He said he was baking three cherry pies when a fire alarm sound- fn ,h %, raCC '' '° lhC POlC anc * S » d ! to the floor below. j Slid? He plummeted. Flour on I iat ^ Thompfon his hands · talkathon. Cherry transferred the talka- thon to Siloam Sprinjs early t h i s ! afternoon, leaving here shortly! before noon. He as met at the intersection of Highways fiS and 71 by a group from Faycttevillel and Springdale. I Still later today it is to be' moved to Fort Smith where it will : i HCETMWBT AKAHW TIMB. fay^vflh. Arto^. LAWN mowlnl. PIMM 1IIOJ afl«V~4 WANTED MEN TO TRAIN FOR TECHNICIANS IN ONE OF AMERICA'S Obituary Springdale LEADING INDUSTRIES NOT AFFECTED BY STRIKES I F | You can qualify--ihii could he your chance fnr f u t u r e security and the- kind or work you like, Vou mull be Funeral s e r v i c e s fnr Jack ! SJi"'TM," 'J',"" ?' '* ""J. M ·"!, Thompson, who died Tuesday at | edjjcituim or ,?,",,". . 'NO EX ""m-! Mrs. R, . iivni^juii, n j u / uicu i uL-Mjay di i cnucauon or more . NO EX Charleston, S. C., were conducted ' TMCE necessary-bill' inuit be will , Saturrlnv a f l p r n n n n a t (ho W i U n n I ' "Puilp" 1 ,'" ' I ". rc " me ·' h " m " '· (Will not interfere wllh present " . hrary S a t u r d y This" project I Saturday afternoon at the Watson . ' | Mortuary chaprl by the Rev. J a c k , w » s ! Winegeart, assistant pastor o( the i for ' Central Methodist Church. Burial | ' I i - i was in the Prairie Grove ceme- is j tery. jard I Pallbearers were Earnest White- summer "" the law ' Efi Buck . Charles Clinehens. Tho L-,; i t. ,,, Mortimer Berry, Don Davies. and it7rp,,H h ' P C ' U b Wi " holct E - M - Murphy. i i f e g u l a r a n n u = l Picnic at Lake! '·'f^ m^rT'ruf W - , A U g U E H ? " ' i 5 0 TM Eli » beth *"" "iek.ll ' p. m. Mrs. u u y \\ilson and Mr^ Enos Rogers will h a v e chars* n f i F u n e r a l services for Sara Eliza- the program. j beth A n n Nickell, 74, a lifelong Mr. and Mrs. M J I eaveck ' rcsident of Winslow who died es- and son, Thomas of ' p i v m n m h ' terda J' morning at the City Hos- M: - 1 - -- ' ·* l n i 1 p i t a l , will be conducted :it 2:30 p in REUPHOLSTERINGI REFINI3HING! Ynur f u r n i l u r t can b« at hindiomr and belter than n e - - a f a m . . a f t e r our ilcilled r r a f u m e n re-ityle a tn your own .antes Ph. r - . v r t t r v . i l ' .TIP or Spnn«rta.B :«4 Ectinute* f l v r n Irre In ymir home. Paul 0. Dy« A, Son SPRlNf;nAI E. ARK "Yo Vou for f u l l details and f u r t h e r Inform*-' lion on how you may le able tn j qualify--Write living »fe and e d u c a - ' lion to Box L-44, core of TIMES with ccr for industrial insurance debits In FayettcvUle, age 2:, to 45. Salary and commisalon. Write P O. Box 567 Ft Smith mutt meet- my f»mily I fd m kick out of my father NKED a u t o mechanic. Call 2111. Mich., are guests in (he home of Mrs. Lcavcck's mother, Mrs Effie Canup, and with her brother Joe Canup and family, all of Highway 68 west. rs. Sanford- Bonne of p. m. tomorrow in the Method..si Church in Winslow. Burial will be in the Brent wood cemetery u n d r r the direction of Moore's Funeral momh Angeles, . a mo visiting Mrs. Boone's brother-jn- aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ton ,, ...' of the late i Mary McClcndon, I DUE to our expansion program we need a man to operate an a d d i t i o n al route which will be established in i he FayettLvillo area. Mrs. C. K. M u r p h y , who now operates in Fay- ettcville will be lieadtjuarted m IlORprs. Arkansas. \Vht-n the rou'e is t p J i t . You w i l l lie trained on the- territory. Truck and nierchandi*i! furinihed, with nil opera line expense* paid by the c o m p a n y age between 27 and 38 preferred. Prefer a man wijo haa had sonit experience in aervicc sclliim, -such as milk route, l a u n d r y m u t e , bread route etc. Small cash bond required Pay i J. W. HILL ELECTRIC CO. Phone 24, Wejt Fork EXCAVATING - B U L L D O Z I N G Land clearing--saving your topsoil. Heavy duty discing. Brush i rake--ponds. H. H. JONES, Controctor S37 t Lafayette. Box 143 University station Phone lla F a y e t t e v i l l a born at Winslow J a n u a r y 22, !878. '« I LOST AND FOUND puppy near Phillips . Broadway. ard N l r k n m V rf i,' t she is survived Alice Ledbetfer "^ "' ^ Rotert *· Nicke " of «"e home; Verna i n n v.n^ - i n ,. .'three sons, Tom of Dallas, Robert 'alk and Z/wltl'tft SundTv' i °' "T"' an1 Randa " ° f Sa " Di " J c f t Sunday , CB0 . C a ] i f . f o u r daughters, Mrs. ^virn r\eaiegs -0TM;; ,;v, w«k. u vacS c J 0 ;,. Ca i if - ; J° ur daughlcrs ' Mrs - Bo.ton-OP.-Bubba Church'fsix- ^ -ere accompanied as° 'rlI ""^nTM* Mari^ °of Wins^w ;+..« «.._ .i-- .-.: . i: « ^ _ , _ _ M i n n r a i\'flii^ T L -- . ' i . a w r c m c Marlev ol Wmsiow, . hitter gave the Cincinnati Reds a 4-0 win in the second game of a double-header yesterday after the Boston Braves had taken the onen- . cr. 7-4. Church scored the game's first run in the fifth and was in no danger from then on. Lefty Warren Spahn. supported ' by a 10-hit attack on the Reds' ace Ewell Blaekwell, chalked up his I Oth win in the opener. ·MIMI 7, Cincinnati 4 OAMI Miss Pauline of San Mrs. Aileen Sprag Beach, Calif. CINCINNATI ab r h' ·OSTON ah r h Eorkow'i. c( 5 0 0 Jethrot. cl 4 0 I Adams. 3b 5 1 3'Lofan. as 5 1 1 Weillakt. rl J I 0 Mathe'I, 3b 2 2 0 Adrork. If 4 1 2' Cooper, c 4 2 ,1 Klesze'i. I b a 1 1 Gordon, If 3 1 1 Rossi, c 3 0 0 Crow* Ih 3 0 1 Pellafi. 2b 0 0 Danlela. rf 2 1 1 . M'Mill'n. ajt 4 0 0 Thorpe, rf 2 0 0 Blackwtll, p 2 0 0 Dltlmer. Zb 3 0 0 Nuxhall. t 1 0 1 Spihn, p 4 0 0 aAhraml 1 0 ] ' Totala 34 4 8: Total. Mineral Wells, Texas, by ^, c Mason. There they w i l l visit Sgt and Mrs. Bob Kendrick. From there the three will RO to Carlsbad Caverns and other points of The' Winsome Sunday schor ,i I At!OfBCy COIIViClCd Of class of the First Baptist Church i has called off the regular monthly class social because of the revival meeting. The next meeting will be held September 9 at the home of Mrs. Garland Tripp on the Lowell Road. The a n n u a l Clifty picnic She is survived by her husband, | FOREMAN for beef entile farm si ' ' ~ «HI a year cuarantccd. More 'after three yuars. Give ago. experience w i t h t-atilQ and farm machinery, n u m b e r in family. Address box L- ·" ' Times offk-e. POULTRY SUPERfoR BROILER CHICKS Char! ley Dealty. The Barn. Highway 71 r. I T A *'.i'.ti.f-- j*i»ie puppy near i-mnips 'H*sbu " K ' I -~ M -" 1 I'L_ c °:_ C;ll !J 1! !. 4 -L_!L nd Wcnlll.v. "' LOST :: car k r y * on square - r c ; u r n Winslow, of Salona WANTED * - . . i v . , i * l l . l l l l _ wdS held Sunday at Lake A t a l a n t a A large number of local residents attended. A basket picnic lunch was served at 12:30 p. m. Cadet John A. Nails, an ROTC student at the University of Arkansas, is now attending the 1952 Infantry ROTC Summer Camp at a--Double* for Nuxhall in 9th Cincinnati 000 220 000--4 Boston 212 020 OOx--7 E-- Borkowskl. RBI--Gordon. Spahn. Crowe 3. Cooper, Dlttmer, Kleazewski . 2 Arlcock 2. 2B--Crowe. Cooper. Abrams. HH -- Kleszewski. DP -- Kleszewskl. McMillan and K!ew.eu-.-.|d. Left--Cincinnati 7. Boston 7 BE-Spahn 1, Blackwcll «.. N u x h a l l 2. SO-Spahn 5, Blaekwell 2. Nuxhall 4. HO-. Blackwcll t in 41^ innings; Nuxhal! 2 in r,*:,. R it ER--Blaekwell 7-6: Nuxhall 0-0: Spahn 4-4. HBP--Spahn (Rossi. Kleszewskil. WP--Spahn W--9»ihn 110-111. L--Blackw«ll (2-121. U--Conlan Stewart, Gmllelmo and Gnr*. T--2:06 MCOND CAM* Cincinnati _ 000 010 101--4 14 0 Bn«ton 000 000 000--0 B I Church w» and Roaai: Jester (LP). Cnipmin, Johnson and Burrla. Pravda Says Russia Won In Olympics Moscow-WfVAccording to Pravda. the official organ of the Communist Party, Russia won the Olympic gimes. t It's headline this morning read: "Athletes of Soviet Union lake first place" in Olympic games. The newspaper's story said that letes of the Soviet Union took first place." However, the Soviet paper did not give details of the point system used for this particular calculation. Olympic o f f i c i a l s do not recognize any point system, but by custom a first ' place is considered worth 10 points with the other five places going for 5-4-3-2-1. Under this unofficial system, the United States emerged with the most points--614 to Russia's 533',i. Fort Benning, Ga. The trainin- course will last for six weeks. Cadet Nails is the son of Mr and Mrs. C. A. Nails of North Thompson Street. Mrs. John K u x h a u s of Springdale underwent a major operation the Elizabeth Hospital in Prairie j Grove Friday morning. She is re- Brooklyn ported to be improving. Assaulting Pearson T r u m a n named Adlai Gives K e f a i i v e r Ihe "Ko-by." Russell Ihe "evil-eye." A n d H a r k l c y the "biB lie " »UT EVERYBODY LIKstt IKI! Help him swoop CORRUPTION-WASTE- C S M M U N U M From our Govt. Send dollars lor decency '- Mrd Cashion-Box 537-F.iycll W a s h i n s t o n-i/P)- Attorney Charles P a t r i c k Clarl; was , ~~~* v . .-ww^^w^v^,,.^.,.. convicted in M u n i c i p a l Court last ] FOR SALE^AUTOMOTIVE week on a charge of assaulting ; ]Y37 Vejiipon rjodre Fa~li~ r~~ C o l u m n i s t Drev.' Pearson in a two- j _cei|sni_cpndiiinn sjss j'hon/focs. *~ punch fracas here June 18. ! isie" WILLYS siaiion \yigoli~T~rood -- · . . . -inditlon. Reasonable, ['hone 1DJCW lo Time.- HAVE p jfief- t up team of mules, o cy and one bay. Own con t art Jimmie Jone.i *. Ark BULLDOZING EXCAVATING i Roods, Pondt, Clearing OUN KARNES - ELLIS WILSON __£J_62W_ J619J " E ~ X C A V A T f N 6 ~ B U L L D O Z I N G Grav«l. Fill Dirt, Top Soil 0. M. P A T T O N Phon* 249 CIIINCILLAS NOW available, limited suppl - q u a l h i Chinchillas. Rcgisleri-rt N. C. B A. Visiton welcome. Free litcr.iture S t - e a t C l i ' d o Tlmbrook. 518 U u n t r r FOR EXCHANGE TODR1ST ponrt. fax slMlon and «ro- ccry. V a l u e d SM.OOO 00. Tr H de Jor ta.vetlcvillc property or land in Fayciicvillc area. Nrt I n f o r m a t i o n phone. J. H. Ray. 212 E a s o n MAHRESS R E N O V A T I N G Cotton MattreiM-i Built Into Guaranteed Innenprlnn The j u r y reached its verdict in "imlitjon 36 m i n u t e s a f t e r a two-day t r i a l in which Clarl;, whose clients inc l u d e the Spanish government, pleaded self defense. Sentencing was deferred u n t i l Tuesday. The m a x i m u m p e n a l t y for assault is a year in jail and 5500 fine. PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone 6t6. 208 North Block How They Stand By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE . pa-SIurc. 2 J.OUSI-E. bain f u l l y equipped 1 ml. Wpjit . pji on Springs Iload. 1 1-4 ml. N o r t h Spnngdale. Mrs. J f t n m l e At- COUNTRY store, slocl:. f i x t u r e s store hiiilillriB, modern « room d w c l l l l n c I prtjpani: t a n k , gasoline jnur. \ . \\ i l l : iratip for small improved acrmgc or d u p l e x In r a j e m - v l H c Chris Lopc- lai-d--st-j miles north Springdale on Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. 120 South Ian SL QUICK SERVICE ON watches, clocka, apectacl* a ii d JewHr, repalrln« EARL'S WATCH SHOP W l l h prewrr'i Clt-an.:ra. IS E. Center FOR SALE--HEAL ESTATK HOOM hoiuic - 5 itlocks of aqui Large lut $2,300. W i l l lake car ... Irudii In and will f i n a n c e balance 1'hnni. L008.I or larijj. . Mrs. Byron Osborn of Springdale underwent a maor operation at the County Hospital last week _. W ___ L _____ 66 New York ___________ 60 «L iuc v^uuniy ngspuai jasi week « She is expected to be returned to n her home soon. Miss Betty Murry and Miss De- St. I.ouis. Philadelphia Chicago 5) lories Murry of Fort Smith, who ars in nurses t r a i n i n g at -Sparks Hospital, have returned home after a visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Black- I well, northeast of Spiingdale. Mr. and Mrs. Eadford Green- FOR RENT-- MISCELLANEOUS lurnlsncd FOB SALE--HOME NEIDS _ ^ i USED BASEMENT BARGAINS" I WANT TO_RENT i 9-pc mahogany dining room I WANT to rent thn-p tx-droum nparT- I suite. Duncan Phyle labic. 1 mcnt or house Inrnlsheci i China w i t h glais duor.s. b u r i e t . " six chairs p c t.' DRKSSEH w i t h nwlnBin,! m i r R R R ' *"P C HvlnR room c n s f m h l r roie ·"""; irlezc sota nnd chair. 3xD rug. . O I J | 2 fc nd tables, coffee table. 2 .")69j table lamps _ . . _ . . S 7 9 5 0 585' *" r)n w a l n u t bsdroom suite, post- ' · s n s i suite 1 "" 1 ' cxci! " llonallj ' goodslM5n 1 PLATFOH.M rocker'.'hliic'vVlour S 2350 THE STUMP FURNITURE CO nm W. Dickjun Phone .1112 ! HOUND NICE ,T room I'hnne_^49. 2 HOOM turn .420 .408 .283 _ hcd paid. Phone_]CDB. FURNISH iD"~apar t men I. One" loom Clean, cool, private. apartment Iment. Bliu Pittsburgh Sundiy'i Results Brooklyn 3 9, Chicago 2-1. , *.....»: . ,,UUT Pittsburgh 7-10, New York 0-8.! USED "beLu^cT table~"ir7p~n Boston 7-0, Cincinnati 4-4. i porcelain Macie Chef ens Philadelphia 6. St. Louis 0 ! Lo ?'" a n d coclk -' i nkc nc ». ° «··«? _evrr.\Jhh]K._C3p_Wali street ! 3 HOOM furnished house. P~h~6 n e I _-"···· bobbin "Singer le'wjng chine Phom-JSOSW. table AMERICAN LEAGUE . - , ,,,,,. way and son, Cpl. Charles Green- I " W St. Lnuis 1-4. York 61 , way. who is on V'sn-day'f'urinuBh I Bo^an "" '"" "' 5S loft S a t u r d a y for Goodland. Okla.. ' Washington 54 I to visit Mrs. Greenway's parents, P h i l a d e l p h i a . 50 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Carter. Cpl. | Chicago 53 Greenway, who landed in the i st - Louis 4 3 states last week has spent more l r ? u 36 I than a year with the Marines in I I Korea. Miss Dorothy Carson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ted Carson of i near Sprinjdalc, and Miss Dcmer ise Shaver of Rogers went s» last week whore they took t h e entrance examinations for nurses' the Pentecostal Church nf God on South Thompson Street began Friday niirht at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Billy Morris of Fort Smith is . preaching He is a former resident ' nf Rogers and is well known in Northwest Arkansas. The Rev. Pet.! 587 .55P.| .550. .535 i . .510! .510. .406 .350 Ih'ifc -. ...id cook. 1 ! like new. Oven on right side, broiler on l e f t filde Lov- rred surface unils. If you nteri a food gas r.-inRc at a bargain. },re i: A u t o m a t i c A p p l i a n c e Co. 11-13 N. Block I'honcjm. WINDOW f a n ; outboard nTr7tnr~!xT; t u g . breakfast set: bicycle. Call FOIt~all~yiur~ 'iiauwKolif ~ru-cd»,~ '"rail APARTMENT furni.ih^d Bills paid I --:^£5^-1? y^l?: J Ml 0 |?f 7?{y I 2 ROOM house, partly"fufnishcd fTo · fan"! 2church * M00 mo "' h . Phone i MODERN 2787-J. lurnished house. P h o n e A V A I L A B L E now. a p a r t m e n t . Also room f u r n i s h e d I'hnnc 2454. G A H A G E 3 room lurnishcd September 1st. :. or unfurnished. JUST LISTED 140 ACRES on null ind ichool biu route, abundancf of family f r u i t 2 spring fed pond*, good well, good prCM»re system. 40 tcrtt for cultivation, 60 ncrcs under hog wirr !s room home. barn, cellsr, 2 other small outbuildings. Price la S4.:00. 11.300 rlown. easy tflrmi on the balmier WILL TKADE FOR HOM£ I N I'HAIRIE GROVE. Po«e«ion In 30 days. ONE-HALF MILE FROM LINCOLN 20 ACRES on all routes. B room jcml- mndern home, n a t u r a l gas. The home la not new but ii In food con- tlliion thrnughoul. 2,500 capacity brooder home, good cellar, m i l k i n g , itlicd nnd n m n k e home. Pricr J4.500. Bank loan, payable *MH) per jear, I $2,500 can be assumed. I NEWLIN REALTY Niar U n i v t r i i l y KXTRA nlc« mod u r n 3 b«rtrx»m horn* wall lo wall caroft J i v i n « mom and d i n i n g room VinfTlan hfjnd* fur. n»r» heal, loti o f jhftrff O n l y »5000 T«rrm An e x t r a I j r f e iot : «o« w i t h \: * 51,000 Will Handle NEW 2 bMrwmi hm,,, h-iMu-oM floor*, cemmi h r a t i n f sv.tr Wiuh- InBton and Si Jrweph irhoot* Km»H P » y m - n t Only $2,000 Down ONE r. 10 arm rln.r l n r r h ' J t r k ' n p Twn ItiMroomi. *!l m n d f r n w i t h r,£ riiitiwaiher B a r n , g u r ^ r »nr] in'ry room See I h i a to a p p r e c i a t e it 5 Acres 3 BEDROOM nnrt/rn hnin*. p U j t t f r t ' l w i l h h P.I'-.!,, Mr Garaee I f n a n t hniu.'» b a r n d i n k - n r a p O n h l n r k in|i huh*.-,* nf-.ir '.Vhj:,.n:irr Trade Kir c i t y propf i:y n r tiu i n i n $195 Per Month Income WELL Io7aler|. * .ip^nmrnt Income · prnprr.y I'rlrr only $13 OH) Norfh College Locnfion L A R G E n i r n r r I"t h c a u i j f u l 2 bM- h n "d\. hon "'- f c a i n r rorw.riH-li.ii, f i r r - p l ^ , . S n w U ' d o w n n y m r n ' " · wt, i n v t . i \ o u to v i i i t our ntf\c* ' Sh" ' h r ' 7U " V ''« nraprrn-* w l i l r h we h-ivc M!»d \V;th v r r y n r n ^ r r i u i t r r r m ,-ind give u» nn op- p r Mini ty tn shnw ynu proper HIM r r r r n u y ti3':-) i( \iu h s v r pr-ip«-r!j THfBROADHURST CO. 10.11 N o r t h rnileKe. Phone 24B7 Evr K W Duv 31.19 Atil!on_I'a:rjck L'UM-W-I WANT LARGER HOME? vr. h a v r v.r'.l loralort l,ir« homt liur lcrtrora» anil iwo tnlhs spm-loin llvins |iiirliT* ha^emrni wi:h b u i l l l n * nnd h a l f h.v.h K.iraKi" nlrp lot wllli shadr and flower.*' pivcmj.nl. Mr-iil fnr school and cani- pui. w i l l t-«n for smaller home INEXPENSIVE r\VT. rooms and h j l h . n l l l l l y room vffy nent nM c l r n n Inslrlp and out' part hordwood floors gernitr mrc si:? lot w i t h larie shade, w a l k i n g tllin M M O *" a bl " lncM ·"- WHITFIELD MOTOR CD. B A R G A I N S Old» 6 Stdan. Compl.ttty r»condition»d. T u I o n «J grt.n. Dtluxt radio. CorC; | ditioned air h«of»r. Softty 7 ltst»d. 4000 mil* guarorv' '*· *139i 19X8 Ch«v A«ro S«dan.I 993 1939 Ford Coupe $ 393 19X4 Oldj 78 Sedan., t 89J 1947 Chev. C.C $ 8»3 19X9 Ford 2-door $119i TRIPLE CHECKED USED TRUCKS 19X9 Chevrolet Pickupi 4-ply liren; h«at«r. Cl*an, m«- chanicaHy g o o d . Thi*, week only }49j~ 1950 CMC heavy duty l.W.iT 1 li-ton 19X1 CMC. 1-ton factory ttalti- b«d J109S" : 19X8 CMC Pickup $195 : !939 CMC 14-ton. Cl«an. .I39J OLDS - GMC WHITFIELD MOTOR CO. Salei ond S»rvir.» IS North Eait St. . WADE FINCHER, Realtor Ea«t M o u n t n l o St. - Pho F,0« I . _ThlmM)oor_Ea«t Ford Motorj ! BY o w n f r -- 2 bedroom"* home ~ l'" : eaFi ! old on Vlrnlnla Avenue, near new I ?« ; 1 ' 1 ""' 1 w '" ""«""d. (MOO P^n, h M7tR '" "^_ ""'"'"' VIRGINIA AVENUE""! n»K KAI.lt-- HEAI. ISTAT1 ~ THREE BEDROOM HOME In Woflt? east part of the city Waahlnfldh. School DUtrlet. will b. ...llaf · round Auiuit 10. has braaklWF room, u t i l i t y room. attached (arasv! wilh breeieway. hardwood noon throufhout, 3 radiant fui'.trs ··«.' woodhurnlnf flrittla huys n;u- 2 bedroom home t h a t w i l l : !» ready fnr occupancy aboul A u - . full IS Combination H v i n K - d l n i n i room, kitchen with dlnini space u t i l i t y room, z hedrooms. lilt balh forced air h e a l , sleel casement sash rock wool Insulation. v f n e t l a n t Minds, cnrporl wllh storafc roon ' paid p a v r m e n t . Ufley Company, Inc. J- J - P y g . i t t ' ACHES - 3 rnllei oT~tWiTwTth~2 bedroom rork hou»«. Mortfirn natural fas and electricity. Good burn ?]"!-. °.r! rr b u l l d i n «« Write Box Lil T Time*. _ 0 ACRE niodern chicken farm . n«w htn home 1200 capacity, and brood- f^ i U V* , 4m "P*" 1 *- tqulpment inciuaea. 5 room modern holue 2 power pumpj. 1 mile South Great- houae Snrlnla. 23HM) WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT flVE room frame home. Hardwood fJoor«. plmtered walU. woodburn- ing flr«pl*ce. A t t n c t i v e dttlfn r.arte ihade irecn. 4% lo»n. Owner leavinf city. Priced riiht for quick n a l e . $0.750. CRAVENS CO. Phone ]Gfi Phone 273W GUNTER ADDITION apart ground floor. your Fuller _ . ...._ Rive y o u r ivanls prnmp: anu cmir- ten.1 a t t f n i i o n . noyd i.Iills Plume 2J77-R 12:00-1-00. S no-J»'l)Q Fuller - Bru fiL"^J9 r _ 0 J 1 _l' acatlon ' h " 2 t n a - l f l Sinuer^porlable sewing m a c h i n e $4501) -.L.. ^.,,,.. u-u, iji.. aj.,uj 0 I-T. · C-i'ihinct f.fw:ng machine from Sl-. r i 0) Cleveland 4-2, Philadelphia 1-9..' g- | Mi"" 525.00 Detroit 6, Boston 0. ! uW Proeresa c!?nne hoi"' ' s l o o o Washington 0, Chicago 0 t i c . fl Service on .ill sewmc m a c h i n e s innings; second game postponed, JOHN RHODES A P P L I A N C E CO " l n l ' Phono C6SJI SERVF.I, refrigerator. Maytag Va.iV- inc m a c h i n e , gas rnnge. Bert Crown Today's Market-- northwest Arkansas. The Rev. I M a r y Hull is pastor of the church. DIRECT FORM^ CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE interested in the widows and orphans and ox-wives why has he u n t i l now to f i n d f a u l t il- ! rain). SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W I, F Now Orleans 63 50 - c A t l a n t a 61 52 Chattanooga 61 52 Mobile 58 56* Memphis 57 58 Nashville .52 61 Birmingham 52 62 L i t t l e R o c k , _ _ 50 63 Sunday's Remits .540 .540 .50f) .496 460 .456 .442 . _ piano Factory conditioned. HO Pilch. Phone 2 PIANOS. Ludwlg. S150.o67~ChtckF? 5185.00. E'rclrolux refrigerator. ' 3 ROOM lurnsshrd a p a r t m e n t d o w n I aiairs. p r i v a i e entrance, porch, rc- [ _friferator. ]_092. 3 ROOM ap»rtnwntr~well~"fil?n 1 ihed'. f r i R i d a j r e . billa paid. ?35 per month. __Phonp_o7«-\y ROOM house, /jus, water. cleclricTty^ garden, nn p a v e m e n t Near new _?£il^?jL-;^2'59- P n o n e " 1 33. U N F U R N I S H E D 4~~^i^~ a '^rTrnci,r. 2 AND 3 room hou.ip. 3rd houne "north of ^ V a l e poai o f l i r t In front of Z HF.DROOM hornet mil" "ouT on" 1(1 i f-;ist Hnrk i/cn«-cr. $1,400 down payment Phone 20^0. I GARAGE apaTtmcnl SuftxbTe for ' . J l n .H n _ s _ n L a Zlit d _ r ^ tl P 1(! H 1 7 ' a Slnrrr FIVE room home ready to move into. Jt'x ono of the older homes, hut In Kftorl shape. A»be«ioi ahinfle* on ex- Icrior. rnck wool Inauljition over- heart, nnd olhcr nice Icaturei for Sfi..1..«.00. OTHER ^ir.irfKTo^^o'oSo'^ »° price rrom Lei Us Show Vou Phone 783 HAMMOND REALTY CO. Eve. Phone H D Hammond 1373 J A. Jarvil I590W WKST FORK. AHK. FOR SALE I2.SOO worth of Cif« flxturu. Ixjoted In i jond brick bulldlnt In one of trie but little towns In Northwest Arklruiu. f i x t u r e s cm be boutht TMr 11.550 wlh JJ5003 down »nd I1M.WI per month and h u t l d l n f c«n Ire leued for »!0 Oil « m o n t h This Is · business thit will pay for llstlf In less th«n e months If interested RUSSELL REALTY CO. a N. Blocfc St. i · ' phonn 15JI FOR SALE OR f RADE~ FOR i smill well located hous« In town. One of the nicest suburbin ·cream irnund Ftyettevllle. Locst- l!.1L"t i" c " y , co " vt """ce tKctpt ·ewer. Has · l.rj* modern home. · mall cow barn, chicken houst Isrle ·prlni In the b.cfc y«r d . Fenced jnd crois fenced, nimty of bt.uti- ful sh«de. II you srt lookini lor · farm In town. thU ii it RUSSELL REALTY CO. » N_B]ork St. Phong 15M MODERN" s room h otu K-. ~"fj· r d wood IN NORTKWK8T PART Of THE CH*T "n P«"«d hlihway NEW fOUH ROOM HOUSE, ntver bttn Ilvt4 In, w i t h nice ciblntu and bullt-jta pli^nherl for iiutomitte WMJfw. nifdwood floor j, floor furiuec SILLING PRICE IS ti.WO.M ««i ^"teasLirt,',!,* 1 """ SSwrfcBg: 1 A. L. SHAMBLIN REALTOR Tetephonn 141 or NM No in N. Collne HfE Or* Bcnntt S27 Sprlnf St. ^,,,,,.»,», , ft. Corner lot. ptvtA on both All occupied. Sepinui bithi iriv ·rile utllltlM Pl.ny of bulltlni ut · tor««e space. .Compltttlv furnUhcd. Cs!! or write Clifton B. Muontr J41I - 3Sth St. Lubbock. ttuiI Phone 2-wnl. FARMS AND RANCHES on riarlhwMt Arlunw k«l 1.1 · ·how you our chain froin of IM- Inn covtrlnc ill al» lam u4 liflEY COMPANY ,INC. M. L. uutr atSrtim. AUTOMATIC "!""'· blocks n7 - · - - _ ' St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, 111.-(£)- -(USDA)-Hoss 7.000; very active trade; barrows and gilts over 180 Ibs 1.00 tn 1.50 h i g h e r than last Thursday; market was closed Friday and Saturday by embargo; weights 100170 Ibs 150 to 3.75 higher; lighter hinds up most: sows 1.00 higher; bulk choice 190-220 Ibs 23.59-75; top 24.00 for about 100 head choice 210-230 Ibs unsorted for grade; 230-250 Ibs 23.00-50; 260-300 Ibs 21.75-22.75; 150-170 Ibs 20.00-22.00; 120-UO Ibs 17.75-19.75; sows 400 Ibs down 19.50-20.00; heavier sows 17.50-19.00; boars 11.50-U.- 50; good early clearance. Cattle 6,500; calves 1,000; relatively little done early, u l t h o u g h opening sales of steers and heifers M well as cows mostly steady; bulls and vealfrs mostly iteady; few commercial to choice steers and heifers 27.00-32.00; utility »Bd commercial cows U.50-19.00; runners and cutters 12.00-18.00; utility »nd commercial bulls Ifl.- fW-23.50; canner and cutter bulls 1S.00-17.00; good and choice veal- m J4.00-29.00; sorled p r i m e veal- erf. 31.00; u t i l i t y »nd commercial vtilers 17.00-24.00. Sheep 3,000; few sales choice ·nrt prim* sorted lambs nbout stfudy to shippers »nd butchers *t 21.00-29.00; not enough done to fully csttblijh mirkel. with the way the divorce laws are being carried on under his ad- ministra'.iion, for they are the same as they have been all the four years he has been governor? "If he is so interested why didn't Little Rock 11-3, Birmingham 7-n. Memphis 4-4. A t l a n t a 3-1. Mobile 2, N a s h v i l l e 1. New 4-8. foot. Sir.nsn Phone'2239*w""uV \V ^Lafaretlj^JViMtrgdc^^^ FOR SALE--LIVESTOCK - · - - _ _ _ _ _ _ NICE APARTMENT, close In For TWO SPECIAL VALUES BLOCK nf Ompui--ThU lovely horn* ,* rooms, bath, sleeplnf porch, sun porch, haiemrnt. garafe. Ideal for home or Investment SPECIALLY PRICED u n l U August to M 3SO | CLOSE I n -- N t w 2 bedroom home w i t h - b a t h , gas heal. FHA specifications lo' 55 by ten. JS.i.50. GI-FHA Loan I'"-: payments }43 month. 11.150 will handle rent. Phone 1957. SMALL downstairs . PIGS. 30 Model A Ford - Eugene " Huey. Bremwood. Ark. H H '.P 0 V p ' arlment ilngton. for FOK SALE--MISCEtLA.NEO 11S IMPORTED hand paiuS hjrn^ -,.- -······'·· , plates. 51.19 each. Lewis Bros. Co Orleans 5-5, Chattanooga i Jnc; ' for talc, ali itirTds in Reasonable. Phone R19R. ._ . . 2 - 3 HOOM a p a r t m c n u nn N. College anrt Wotson Pnviie bath anri cn- trnnce, hardwct-J floon, nice rf- f r l K p r a t o m a n d etovre. Venetian blinds and plenty of bulltinj. Ct'iil _ 1 F.57M NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D A D S RABBITS hutches anyti CUCUMBERS. JI.M haitlcr""3 iin£t_))rasl_onJWire_Rond. S. A SIX c o l f V l u n s «nd i"ac 514.00." I'hont F U R N I S H E D aparlmcnu C3J Llndrl] _ -«5_fc SM)_ullllllcs pald._Php. H70R4. FURNISHED opirlnifnl 107 N. Col- _lr-«n_ 897. -.- .- ! 2 ROOM rrilcs M:I . J. D. Eagle, Realtor. PHONE 231 CHO ICIEST rc«idenc« r/iyett*vll]e, on corner. rTlMLS. ini" i'oT~ih Box L-«. . _ H.5M BUYS 5 room horn.. 2 blo'cki ·outh of court houje, near iood jriide ichool. PoMeMlon Jit of September. Would tr»de (or imiller home Joe Llljelren. 234 S o u t h Collet? f u r n i t h c d a p a r t m e n t , phone psssl SEE GEORGE" vet wor- lnl l . ^ertion. Three consecutive Insertion he answer either of the letter*:! 7 cenls P" word. M i n i m u m order 42c. 3 1 CUMifi«t adi casn in advance--nc*t IMPORT'ED h a n d plates. Si 19 each. Inc. 2 HKUHOOM house. mo7!er'n7"iilr1i«i a t t a c h e d , be v a c a n t August 15 Call pamlrrt ha l.fwU Bros . ·· · ·"· - i . m ; i 1.1 i|| C J V L l t r i ^ I f.i , _ - / j J · from the poor l i t t l o woman in New ufcin over Th York at the time $ho wrote h i m ' Deidilne for and asked for his help Cherry replied: "There was no ^ _ ^ _ HELP WA.NTED-- FEMALE ~ ~ ~ ~in~nr)me GrTod COOK (or two7~!7i __sajary L Phone 347. GIRLS over H years of nKc"~1o~ do hnuse lo house canvass lor a d v - r - Mslng i n f o r n i r f l i o n . N o l h i n R ti f e l l food pity. Appli Mr. M c L i n . O^.irk Thealer. oleclion then. McMath is interested now in the votes of tho widow?. ex-wives and orphans and a M e r the election is over he won't care i any longer. ; "He has had three legislatures ! at none of which did he rerom- I rncnd^ a change in the divorce £MNSTORTAT«).N_orFEIl_FI) i Tho croup which met Cherrv st I '^,X' N '?,," r ° rr «TM "« C a l i f o m i n M h e a i r p o r t when he f l e w h e r e ! m'.'.R.""" * 1 "" tn «" 1 ''"""' this morning from U t t . e R o c k 1 *^^^«^-*^^^--^^-v^*-^^^^^-- -«· included Roy M i l u m of H a r r i s o n , ' NOTICE one-time dean of the A r k a n s a s ! FAYEffEViLLE~duTf"ici "niiMr^"""' 1 " Senate who last Tuesday was re- m(lpl * l city H n n p i t u i Nurjtw nominated to another' torm. A newsman lold Milling "I t h o u g h t you were a M c M a t h ;r,ar,." : «·***· ·'····'·····»«HM*"- Mihim replied "That's w h a t t h e . TMQS--CAT8-- PKTS newspapers have been saying; I GI.KAMING copper molds to h your walls. Usabk- too I Co. Inc. _ 10:31 : CI.KAMING mo"ld"lo~h walls. Uithle too. Le _ I n r ___ HOUSE lralirr~M7Kl «eir.See - hane on i.? Urod C o . ._ K . c hoo]_Ciii|_Hoy ^rnrilrnnV'aseOW ! K l f H N I S H E n n t w l y rtcroratj ncn', u!il!(ifji f u r n u h c d itwly~di-rorated~»p«rr- Phone Ur _ _ 4 HOOM u _ I'ho^ie -.!t . f u r n i a h e d hmuc. close in ' -_. Two--Easy lo buy on North Garland Only JJ.500 down payment One--Inveitmint proptrly s apis --Income 1375 per a n n u m . See George" Phone 326 McKinney Agency T ' - woo " l " "hade and lawn 2 1-2 Poat Ol/lce. Inquire Twln We " Emma - s P rl "« EXTRA NICE 2 BEDRROM houia. modern in every way. Loc»td Jn h«t pirt of town. Wide pivrrl strei'U and lot* o! ·ritdr. Shown by appointment. No locttlon given on phone Prlc« (or quick »Je. S12.0M Terms WILSON REALTY Phont 2MJ II R BlMk OCALU n. K 200 Ytori of Smvlc* 20,000,000 Policyheldwt 20% Sovlngi -. MUTUAL FIRE AND INSURANCE "Sovlnfli for pr»ftrr«J The Rifter Agency^ l « n » R«ol E*to* l6Eo»fC#ntw olf _ _ eerl~Pio~ii » m p u i 212 Norih Ourcan ]u:!VV._ br!TH noi.uX'ns i H room lurnixhri F U R N I S H E D " h~on I S t r r p t Phone f,3l UN'rimmSHKb »p»rtmcnC Miienu - 'ri'or t i n f u r n l s h c d hi ~.N _ nne-h«M rlc of U n l v c m n y campiin Phone HI hp rlected. All m i ftttrnrl r*c* ! 1517 HOUSE trail"-".- ?5 " f t ' l r m .·..'.p rtn7. Dpsk Si:.. R c f r i e o r n t r W a s h i n g m n c h i n e SI3.',0. K r:ih:nrt «:,o. 2 plrrc l l v i n c s i i ' f r S17M1. ChcAt nf rfrawfrfl SS ;,n I !n.\ds Tmd.ni; Pn;;. H i g h way 71 h n ^ n r a r Purdv')! j,lnrp GinfS t c n t l c ' f l l l M . r i m a i r "S^lrtl..' aTTri hrifllc oxtra V r r rcasnn^blr- Ph'ini- ,, ···''7? . _ _ ' IT'S cooler" SAVE nmnov - -finvr- t u n r J'nrrha.ir I *rrner Ii nur u-rcklv iirrr mpply lit Crrscffll I Rorkwnort ririiK Store. Inc. Drive In. 200 Weal i yMTllNISHIoT °"!,"",' n-AiK" ¥m,T-zM-«yK-*gxs. \ -^'^ '^ISSX^iSsLi M.""John,"TM' ° Z ° rk Tmu ' ^° rm ' 555-VfCES OFTF.RED : HOME and Inrom* property n t i r i linlvernlly. six room modwn houif I w i t h baipmeni. iliti itpariitr /our NTcE~frvV~rooni houle, ouf~of "towlii nwntr. Phone 2*WJ. K U H M S M K h f i p r - r i m c n w . MS2W u n t u r n i hPd--Ia _ · i m c n ' * Kci] Mud Whtthjim Phone iirc nicr. Yo.rjj like Phoflft 235J 205 N o r f fi said so." I.nter M i l u m was swn at the CAIN rxtD ron DEAD ANIMALS MM · C.. ___ HALF cocker puppies for aa'ie » _wwk«_olrj_»5 fit) ,UI_Snulh M i l l KITTENS"lo nViT'ii'S'iy. 'One all black' one lifer, one fr.iy blue bnndle one runt. Phone Kay Johnaon 2711.1 d a y t i m e AKC renlMered Cocke7"".s"pVnicT~!iuir- · _Sl«f^Mrj_ Boh sinut. Phone IMS TO LOAN I THA HOME LOANS UTLEY AND COMPANY, INC. Phont 2203 · "NOBILITY Sllvrr?" Call ri.I7.AHF.TH JANES »^_KVKNINnS __ rDTArMAnRESrca Quality n*w rr.altrtn and matlreii rtnovoting. Phono 3036 401 WEST DHCKSON DRAPERY and UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Lumps nnd Occnilonul F u r n i t u r e . Custom-marie Slipcover! nnd Drnpirrics n Specialty BARRETT QUALITY SHOP W2 Went Dlckson A__JlXflY_ play pen phone M.S7-L-I I WANT"a" food binT'lMclle" |hn Il)f7. . venell«n~bllnli und VlumV. num window acreeni ar.:' ^v.nlncl Tree elt'.lmalei Oao* Cotp«r 441 Somll Jfi- iial rhom J8U _ "BiTCM OiooTSS « - w » t i r . CK «ri(l trww ditches. Mptle Unh holr* Dll«inf nd h.ck tUIlM Clll 2KX trrN IMvll Who's Who For Service Consult You' Classified Service Directory RKAUTY SHOPS coLVAJbs MM W. M«*r)ow-Phon. OKI _ tjjchlntteit flit. Cold nav. i " V « »1J» BKAUTT SHOP UUABI.1 VOM CHILD f;A«B C"A"Ri: (o'r children , «!l Uvtrt In my hnm lt. I'Konn HrT I I 7 I J SPRNCKR founrtilioiu, aurrletl tuft, na Vivian Oratn, 2! yf.n mn- Mrs J w Mrt}*n«« Sr»nc»r Cnrwiur. 127 Ikmih Univmiir Ml ATTENTION CATTLEMEN I We ore receiving o car of Pillsbury Best Range feeds this week. We urge you to fry a small amount an3 compare its quality with any feed on the market nllsbury offers o choice of range feeds to fit tr» needs of everyone. They can be "furnished in either cube or pellet size. Call us and we will come out and go over your prfl.S, 1 lems with you as to which of our feeds is best tuittd ' for your particular needs. You will be under ho obligation to buy. · . We are also booking orders for future delivery Orf" 1st thru Dec. 31st at a special price. ;? Assure delivery by placing your order early. ·;·..- .' "You feed your best with Pillsbury Best? ' Fayetteville 4X Feed Store i Center and Gregg ·' ' Phone 885 G. R. Hale, Mar ' __or_call W. C. McDonald Phone 1553M · ' ' NOTICE " We hove moved to 29 East Mountain Strtct 2 ·· Third door East of Ford Motor Ca - i JJ' WADE FINCHER * : "1 Real Estate and Insurance I PHONE 608 L I .

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