Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 9, 1952 · Page 11
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Fate Of American The Reds 'Say Escaped From Prison Js Mystery; Mother Fearful hosnital. He was born and reared in Fayetteville, where he was en- eased in the cafe b-isinrjs. He r i m e d fro-ri here about 17 ye.irs · ago to California and resided at i nertondo Beach. Calif. j He Is survived by his wife, the i LEGAL NOTlCgg polea. or One Hundred and Twent.TM Washinj?ton-(?i-An intenation-* _ il mystery today shrouded the [ ia'.t of John Hvasta, a naturalized I la.*!' t^L* f American citizen who reportedly '·· |||\f IPO I nlAt escaped from Communist Czech- «»"aJlll»V V l l l v l oslovakia's grim Leopoldov Prison January 2. , The United States government is j Irving through both diplomatic · and Intelligence sources to find out what has happened to the · Hillside, N. J., man whose escape was announced yesterday, over SL-ven months after it was sup- i posed to have occurred. : .But at the moment officials have no idea whether he is dead or alive and still in hiding either behind the Iron Curtain or outs;de the Communist bloc. j Hvasla's father and brother said ' in Hillside last night they fell confident he was safe, wherever he was, but his mother look a grimmer view. ton i Probes Postal, Shipyard Deals New Top Aides To McGranery Named By The President ...... ...i, , , - v i . niriu-f r.aM une Hundred and K i s h t y - f i v e MUM feet im'lt (ir lC',i, In ihe scclion line thence Norlh aloni the line h-tween Sections IS and 1«. ; sis poles or One Hundred and Twenty-four i l 2 4 . feet to the place of bcgmnins belnr '. Sf n "' l h e Northiist Quarter ( N J , 1 nf the Northeast Quarler I N E ' , 1 of Section Sixteen H 6 i . Township Sixteen I 1 G I North of Hanie T h i r t y ,301 West, and situate in lhe City of Fayeltevllle Arkansas, less only l h a t portion of ·aid land encompaised In Colleie Avenue and Maple Slreet All persons claiming any mlerest in said lands or any lien thereon are hfrehy n o t i f i e d and warned to appear , ,,, ,,«,:,,,,, 3 r u i i e r a i . ,!? "j 11 Court within Six 161 weeks of Home, are incomplete prnUinTM,,," | ft, police' ± .!£, ^e^if",^ arrival of the body from Los ! '!; ev "» ve - wh ' "" »' to said landV Angeles. i '"OUW not be veiled, confirmed and - "meted In the petitioner. Ciora J iibson. forever. . . - ,, i WITNESS my hand and seal on this John Allnon S«oman j 23 ni/nard"!}'' Gn? 2 r Funeral services for John A l i i - ' _ Richard B. Creer. circuit Clerk son Seaman, 88, who died Wed- j ' , , ,,, ,. ,,, ,,,,, , nesday, were conducted yesterday --*- il^---'-5°-- s -'P! f - r ' i PERSONAL · '* ,o OUIM\I:[| uy nis wile | former Mabel Brown; une IUM , Donald, of the armed forces- 'one ' brother. Floyd Hodges nf Fajette- · ville; three sisters. Mrs. Roland McCormick of Little Rock. Mri Charles Willian-s and Mrs Art Beard, both of Los Ai:gelcs, C a l i f . ; and several nieces and nephews! Funeral arrangements, u n d e r , the direction of Nelson's Funeral i Washington j rifle-moon in the Watson Mortuary I by the Rev. Arnol Simpson, pastor ! POF.MS I/Pi - Flanked by of the Wiggins Memorial Mcth ."It my son had escaped from j a i l in New York, would it lake h:m seven months to cross the Hudson River?" Mrs. Michael Hvasta asked, pointing out l h a t Vienna and safely in the American zone were lhat close to him across the Danube. an array of new top assistants, Ally. Gen. James p. McGranery moved forward on a number of fronts today in his battle to clean up any corruption in the federal government Gabe Cooper, John McGranery assembled a news conference to announce t h a t : I. His department is investigating nlletted job sales in the Chi-. . cago Post Office -- second largest j in the country--reputedly at $500 i Gideon M. Ritter odist Church, and the Rev. Fred Huckelberry, pastor of the Cen- Iral Christian Church. Burial was in Tuck's Chapel cemetery near Rogers. I Pallbearers were Earlis Lawson, -' - Canted for musical setilnr, send poems for free e x a m i n a t i o n Five Star Mufic Masters 317 B-acon Bldft. Boston, Mass NOTICE Baird, .lames Ladd, Earl Tucker, and Roy Cory. ,--. throw. McGranory said "It is expressed fear the escape ; only a question of who and how snmo 1,-inb nf »t.« n - j _ ,, ' ~ . . nun Lowell-(Special)-Funeral services for Gideon M. Ritter. 64, for- American cials are hope.. , ,, , -- - i-- i mv f "E3tion into the 1946 p u b l i c . Fayetteville, will be conducted to- that Hvasta s reported dash I a u c '°n of the government's 1S'4 I morrow afternoon at 2:30 at Burns _ 0 - r .ft'f- e ^?TM" 1 ".'? otuI ! setth(!lon Bi TM. l h o n . *"?''. St. John's River I Funeral chapel in Benlonvillc, by ' " t h e Rev. Charles Sherman ' of Mountain Home, assisted by (he Rev. Jim Workman, Jr. of Springdale. Burial w i l l be in the Barron cemetery near Vaughn. e o n g . o s v e r negotiations for the release of As- i shipyard a! Jacksonville, Fla.. sold ocia x^fevnauuiio iui me release Ol /\s- | ai "|J.rt'n a 1 . ,; sociated Press Correspondent Wil- I as '"''Plus to the Tampa Ship ham Oatis, held by the Commu- j building Company for $1,928,300. nists in Czechoslovakia on an es- | Chmrites M»d« Years Ago A House committee investigating lhe Justice Department said allegations of bribery and collusion in the shipyard case were re- j ferred to the department six years pionage conviction for the past ear. Hvasta had been sentenced 'three years--later raised to years--on espionage charges ,,, Tiay, 1949. The United States had 10 ' ago--when Supreme Court Justice , -- ~...,i.,, states ndu «5u--- ^nfn ouijie^ie court justice denounced the charges against j Tom C. Clark was attornev g c n- boln Hvasla and Oalis as false. , oral -- but t h a t nn action resulted American officials have not been ! McGranery declared that Kr. Alice T. Jones Springdale-(Special)-Mrs. Alice T. Jones, 83, resident of Lowell, Route 1, died this morning in City Hospital. Fayclleville. She we's born February 12, 1889, in Dyers- ANTONE knowing the present ad- , dress of Walter L. French Sr or ' Mr and Mrs. W. L French. Sr , please send It to this paper.. I NOTICE-" You get more for your f u r n i t u r e through our auctions. Ahva.v* « good demand for good merchandise Lots of storage space. You can send your f u r n i t u r e in a n y t i m e for our Saturday sale. For truck or information phone 1770 Hilton Bros. Auction House rKANSPORTAIXON OFFt»En_ DUE to other interests must 7inT~or ! .. fl ft£. contp!l:te lir ) il»''' feeding; plant I 11.000 capaeil.v All equipment. I plenty water natural iff G o o d 1 I (!"","· » v i"lalile A v a i l a b l e Seplem- ! I her l Thu is s tmmty maker close | 10 town Lease hj month, per head i | nr( PP.r pound Address Box fi3l, Fay TOR SAI.K--AUTOMOTIVE ·3« riifivno'Lrf'nvkup ~riood Vondf lion Phone 8 : i - W _ PER50NAUY ENDORSED USED CAR5 M8 Oldi Sadanet. '49 Chevrolet Pickup. '46 Hudion 4-door. '41 Pontiac Club Coupe '42 Chevrolet Coupe. '41 Ford Pickup. '41 Cadillac 4-door. '41 Plymouth Coupe. '41 Hudson 2-door. '40 Hudson 4-door. '38 Ford Pickup. OZARK MOTOR CO. Springdale, Ark. 17; ram - - - - - - - -- ·ptrimcnf ElMtrle rr fr.ffr.itor. u f J t l t . r t palrf 1041 V _Co ! I . f .f. l '_t'" ll _r'* f -R J f t r r 2 M p ni THREE modern »p«rtm»n'j. furnUhtd C.athtlfn vrntlin blJndi JMOO _ _ _ Cl.KAN 3 room furnished duplax on v ' 1 _ . - " L ? . 0 . " l h Hill P ~' m/a* ^··«W«»» Z^SLKc!u^nc^ ^WJ"*""'.!" 862 N. OLIVE STREET ' $3230 mi. North Levertlt I2SI10 )slh 1 hi .1H2-W-2. B R A N D i screen p _ . . ,, .1 room and cK from campus prione bedroom house mod.rn I mile' -' G.I. EQUITY LARGI LOT In "It's loo muck to mow. II I had a j power mower, you'd narer have to ask me." 2 OR 3 round trip passenger, to I.os Ancelrs vicinity AugU£l Ifi return September 1. Phone 854 after 5 P. m. HELI» WANTED--MALE "IEAT BUTTERS FOB MARKtT bur^. Tenn., and was a mcmbrr of the Zion Missionary B a p t i s t Church. She is survived by six sons. Karl, Jack and Era Jones, a l l nf Idaho, Noel Jones of of . , Lo'.vcll. Lonnic wood, C a l i f . , and Wayne Junes of | "iinla. C a l i f . : five daur/n'.crs, Mrs. ! would confirm or contradict the accuracy of the statement." It awed, however, t h a t on June*-??- tne anti-Communist "Free Czechoslovak I n f o r m a t i o n Service" pub- ished in London a report t h a t Lov.-eli, and Mi's. Lillian Frigate permitted to see Hvasta since Au; matter should "have been investi- gust,^ 1950, despite repeated re- | satcct more thoroughly and should ques ' s - i have been presented to a Grand Escape Reported ' J u r y then." ,,.,,. , 0 . I h e escape report was released ' T ' 1r Attorney general also said Earl, Jacl yesterday by the State Depart- hl? has signed a $39.000 contract I'ncatello. ment. n said the American Em- ·' w l l h the private New York audit- " bassy at Prague had been nolificd ! '"K i l r m of A r t h u r Younq and by Ihe Foreign Office in a note i Company to check the books of which added that Czech a u t h o r i - j the alien properly custodian, long | ,^-,.I,,H n i - n i u ,n npnngaa lies "do not know his present "nder fire by Republican sen- Sadie A r n o l d of 1'ocatello Idahi whereabouts." ators. -The State Department said that President Truman yesterday ,in- It "has no information which i nounced three major appointments in the Justice Department, on Mc- Grancry's recommendations. They are i ..' ;:' Newcomer To Government Ross L. Malonc, 42, Hoswell, N. --. ... UU1JUIJU rt report mat M.. n t t o r n e v never before aso- 'W«ta and several other prisoners ! ciatcd with government, as ck-pulv "art escaped on J a n u a r y 2. Mlnrnc.v Rcneral. No. 2 post in the ' . ... department. He succcds A. Dcvitt [ ^Hnnnlulu-i'/II-Mme.CliKinj! Kal Vanech, who resigned last week to ' " v seek a U. S. Senate scat in Connecticut, his home slate. Rowland F. Kitks. 37. former dean of tin; National University School of Law here, ;is assistant attorney general for alien proper- lv, succecdinn Harold I. Baynton -BONUS PLAN-INSURANCE FOR --Mres._radio_nncl_Jiejner. Phone S '' 1 TMmi?lio ( ri E « Is 1 " 1 " 15 ' '"' E ' lrc ' T ' t " 1 " |^ L TMDiD^~ ! 5 . P E C I A L S 'SO Chevrolet X-door. Power- Glide, radio, heater. Dark blu « J1J45 '50 Nash 4-door Ambassador, with overdrive, heater, mn visor. 2-tone green. .$1495 Ford tudor Custom. Heater, Black finish. One $1395 _ . . y . ' o n e 3 ROOM newly decorated ' ' '" 8oulh Church. a p a r t , lent Bill, Unce Employed r It A ··Mn4stt il "" irmtn IO hardwood fio?r. 1 ,7« U rn7 t , I £,1, im . 1 ?J kltcncn huiltlna. InaulalM aSrwllui an.1 eelllnts »dl| k«p r " cool O,M b ;' lj '" wlnlar. Alao, ihara'u "a'ri attached f ara«i and vMty foam and a numtwr of shrubbiry TS' P l a n t i n g Total price M.7»S JqSJ Mudin". ,'"? IJ ' 0 *"*' «W«»« In- .nJ ,^..? r '" c ' pl1 '. *"· 'nH'tat. U»es «e» a:o u-.uon duplex and ha TWO-Z roon, fur'm.hed sp.irlmentTaTd two a rorim unfurniyihed B p a r t m e n l s One block from U n l v e r i i i } . r»hon« HAMMOND REAITY"CO. Zve Phone H D Hammonrl 1171 . J. A J .... ^pTnFroom S r,rf,oor TBi, i ^ R ^MPUS In. pnvala bath and entrance E m - ' «, ' .PJ°jlfj_^"0"^ :M West Sprint I "'"" NruitNlilicU room spirTmTnT. I roon Jjocj^ off square. Phone 1431 I dam. EO apartment, one-half ] and rslty campus. Phone i letvi wall built "NOUIUTY Silver?" can KIJZAMTH JANLS I'll: KVICrtlNOS IDEAL MAHRESS CO Quality new mattren and matlrtm renovating. Phon. 3036 OICKSON _ FOR SALE OR EENT WOULD YOU Like lo represent us in Washington County? This is w h a t vou rln. Answer ( h o request!; from ppo- SS'V ; c^^f-iiSS«;S»E:i;: Rodio, hooter. Mn- roon finish Jl 19i '49 Pontiac 4-door sedan. Radio, healer, new teat cov- ers $1395 '49 Nash 4-dorjr Ambassador. Radio, heater and overdrive. New tires, tow mile$1195 Fleetmajler T H H E E room furnished house Binatl £uesl house. Suitable lo firive lh ° nC " 3 '" J ' "' A1 104 ACRES 3 miles NorThwesI tprlni- ·lale :o acrea In corn, balancaHi pasture : houses. jradi A dairy barn f u l l y equipped. 1 nil Weal on him -Splines Road. I 1-4 ml North Rt^.1 Sprmjdale. Mrs. Jlmmla At" '48 C h e v r o l e t 4-door. Rodio, heater and ; BnboiiHi' F A R M ^ w f t h .l.tioo-lil.ooii iTroller space in community duiance of fay- i'lllc \vm. Landrum Routa I Grove. Ark The report published in Ixmdon ·^Ufigested by implication that the ·vape had been engineered with he help of a Czechoslovak underground organization. Hvasta, 25. is a n a t i v e of Czechoslovakia, v.-ho was brought lo the United Stales by his parents in 1939 and became a naturalized citizen in 1844. In 1948 he returned to hu native . land as a student. From March to J u l y of 1°48 he was employed by the Amevics.- consulate (reneral at Bratislava. Funeral arrangements, t i n d e r I the direction of the C.illison-Sisco Funeral Home, nrc incomplete. Chmif: In Hospital W r i t e t h e i r a p p l i c a t i o n f u r ' . H O S P I T A L I 7 . A T I O N - M E D I C A L - . ' 5 1 j S U R G I C A L or A C C I D E N T a n d . HEALTH INSURANCE. Shell, v.-ife of Nationalist China's president, is duo in Honolulu to- iiisht from Formosa lo seek mrjd- icd treatment for a skin disorder. . was following t h a t employment I division. he was arrested, in October I on th e charge of espionage. ., - . , whose resignation was accepted in .Tune. Charles R. Murray, 52, assistant uislrict aitornpy fnr the District of , Columbia for 25 ypar?. as assistant j attorney genera]' for the criminal Bjxler Among Nominees For Nan Of The South ! Ado) P h Weinman, Noted Kn* ·» with tbt tin lh! TIMRS da -re»d NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES A n A U J IvTM" 1 " "" wor . Three conaecutiv 'ni iiun. inrce connecutjvt Iniertiom ^ nts .,P* r word - Minimum order 41c. This is w h a t you get- FREE TRAINING $5.05 lo $19.50 commission on each application -- 15'.;. b o n u s every three months-- promotion to salaried positions as supervisors then to slate managers WHAT YOU MUST BE HONEST-AMniTIOUS- I BONDABLE j Over 21 and have car This is where you S p| f u r t h e r information--write about yourself ' j to G. N. A L L S O P--Sllpervisor ! l Pyramid Life of Kansas. 406 li.ip- · j Msf _ Medical Arts Bldg., L i t t l e | Arkansas. '51 new tires. Exlra nice i!045 Mercury station wagon. Radio, healer. Clean. . .$895 Ford Pickup. Radio and heater. 650 lires. 7,000 mi l« $1295 Chevrolet Pickup. Deluxe cab. Radio, heatc maroon finish. Like $1345 MANY OTHERS We B u y - S e l l - T r a d e Do our own Financing S T A N D A R D Used Car Lot Corner Center 4 Church Sts. houses. iped. Adjoin ' c l t j limlla. Phone unfurnt bed--In · ptrlmenti n c d Bud t ·Imenta. Ml Whilham. Phone ITS cooler . upartmonts are nine scenery I, wonderful. You'll l i k e Hnrkwood Apartment!. Phone ?9SJ FURNISHED apartment. :m N~o~rTh Church Phone 3IMW after I ' . RITTER AGENCY ,,,,,,,, 0 , - Slt!(lVII_CKS_OITT:llF.D SrwiNG. foriiiVu .siilia and CAHl'i"NTKFrKmrrV|)a'ir7u77-w! ' JM P^i'er hanfer or pjintar, pHona aHm-flM Venetian bllnas and aiumi. Bum window screens anc! awnle ·-- W'lmal.i Gaba Co. I,rcuit Phone 1011 KM roorrNrSt.TM 3 : dltctwa, aeptle tank holes and back fllllivi Call :i; Davla a M W « DlffiMf jrrcl AT V,, , CAMPl;S SPICIAlT AT 527 Storer only a few short atasM trom Old Mam. No hills to cllrnb ElKhl room house suitabta for larfla larnllv or home and Income N«»Tr ·- J . hl " "'*"'. doubl- a-araala. nirnjdiate possession W. h, v . «ay In office and will be happy to ahaW WHEELER REALTY CO ? "1 - ~ »-!4r_ * room house. n.ce shade and lawn Poll Office. Inqulrt 1 ' Ice cream Imma. S; . Ark. I WANT TO BENT ^-^.^-,-,J ... J ^. ^, . _ -^r,,,,,^^,^ ^BKN'J^^MISCKLLANIOUS A C : - '··-- · bedroom apartmanl |r | | ._IL pilr . ;"unty_J)osplt«|, 1830-J. _Nf..|| t l n l v r r i l t y . Phone U ";3«7-W * AI'ARTMKNT.'lhrce' rooms'"and balh' nlcHv lurnlshed. private entrance cenlnil lor-at on. I l i i l l i i e , ., M CLOSK InT Itnrdwnnd roora unfurnuitW'twuse floors. Modern. "Adutta _ _ _ . CU ' S rf ',? '" r "'«,hed aparTnient. Hard . not M-M L 1.. Baxter of Fayelteville president of the Arkansas Western , a! Company, is one of a group of Southern business and industrial leaders nominated bv Dixie Business magazine In a contest to IBs"' the Ma " ° f t h e South /or The current Issue of the magazine lists leading Southerners "cognized by the publication ritirmj the past four years as nominees for the top 1952 honor, otes may be mailed by anyone to 'he editor of the magazine at Decatur, Ga. Sculptor, Is Dead Port Chester, N. Y.-MVAdolph Alexander Weinman, 81, noted sculptor whose works adorn many public buildings in this country, died last night. Weinman suffered a heart attack at his Forest Hills, ; N. Y., home. A native of Karlsrue. Germany, he came to the U.S. at the age of 10. His works won many international prizes. S. McCall Israel S. McCall, 81, died last night in a Little Rock hospital. He was born July 13, 1871, in Platt County, Mo., and made his home here with a daughter on Actress Lgcille w»rd Dies Dayton, Ohio-m-Lucille Ward riavM I 2 ' W - h ° '° r m a n y ycars : Route 5 staffI r n TMTr e ee nPa a? "Lucille^ "' * S " n ' iVed "'" "^ S ° nEl Ward," died last night at the home Classified adl caah in advanc taken over the telephone Deadline for classified adl- . m daily: S:30 a. m. Saturday Corrections and rerun cheerful!; made after first insertion. No corrections or rerun made after ad has ei- Jlred. NOTT: Adveruslnf COPT for otHer paies is due at 12 noon the d«y pr«- cecdinc publication; 12 noon Saturday tor publication on Monday _ NOTICt OF FILINO 0 '·TITIOM TO QUIKT TITLf In Th. Chancery CMrl or Washinglsii Cxintr, Arkaniaj . T l J H N E R CROWN and MARJORIF N N B R O W N . husband and wife HELP WANTED--rEMALE WANTED AVON _ ,,,,,,,, carnincs Exclusive territory Full ! Phnn nr part lime. Nteded in Favcllevlile ' °" nnd in communities In South Wnsh- 1n " s J c "~:-. Co 'i nl ' "''''.= Ml " Garner. WAITRESS. Heflin Cafe', South' School SITUATION WANTKD JOB wanted, plumbing and las _mg._p. O^nox 1R7. P.-tycitcville WA NT EO-Rcflned "business ~ i,eT~lb ""·-- aparlment. Close in. nicely j "fit- PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO «6. 208 North Block V K R V ~ n i r C ; room Vurnlslied^IpTrT- m;r ",,il '' ! ''.";:. I "lock from cam^PU-v I'hnne 249. 3 Schmfl 1 ', l "' nlh J' l ~''i'"'T' n "il~' l '«"s rNICH"M«7rns"furnlah«d for merTTTui off c a m p u s J I 2 Norlh Durcan on N o r t h _J)^|ls paid RENT~n~r~Teasc furnished hou be litad hed 1 room apartmenl illcsc. S l r l c l l y private. JMEmrr J. W. HILL ELECTRIC CO. Phon« 24, W»j| Fork JXCAVATING - BULLDOZING Land cle«rlni--nivlnf your lop- loll Heavy duty dliclnf. Bruih ·Me--pondi. M. M. JONES, Conlroelor ^v.r.I./.t.Mo'r,""*' *°' n %, ,,,, , fayftltyllla BULLDOZING EXCAVATING »ood, r«ondi, Cliarino OilN KAHNES - ELLIS WILSON 3162W 2619J · Kmir Al"Toom. 1 "!. 1 , 1 ,''. TSSS r.," :.*p»' d . »'i" «S'"'".'"^iT 3 b.,tf«, otic with tub ind «how«fl LOW clo««tai md »lor«g*. Awn,n|i w*lf l «? W *rf'"* r ** '"*' ' ev *' **** WHEElERlEAlTY'ro.'* Otark Theat«f BIdff nnrw.ln Nl«ht 27MV -^ E X C A V A T I N G B U L L D O Z I N G Orov.1, r||| Dirt, T«p loll D. M. P A T T O N fhorw 249 MATTRESS " R E N O V A T I N G Cotton MflttrHM Sum Into Guirnnteed Innenpringt fl months, 7 room if. newly dscoraled ·* two upafttmcnu. .\olicc Is hereby given that t h e r e . fias oeen filed in my office as Clerk LOST cold of the Chanccrv Court of Washing- 1 Friday a Ir" T " n: L' Ark an5aa. the Petition I Phone S4( anri Marjone I ·niAhrd. utiiiiics ·S*rww***\.+s*f^ v i v _ _ r I.OSt AND FOUKn TORJALB--MlSCEtXANEOliS TRAVELER'S Clals a"nd~BiTlboa~~rye jee.d mixed. 2 miles northwest _F_arnHn*Mon_A_II._Tcdford. *'·.;" fl'Di-Iuxc hilco"refnV;?aTor v. iiimma gas range, living room suiie. hedrooiii iuite. Simmons nun- tress and hnx springs All like neiv Also oalt dinelle set Goinit inlo service. Must s' II Drive " ' -. ^' nm apartment, unfurnished JBODEfVN" hoim sm _fn_71._Mrs. '.JW 2 n'EDROOM ,. ,,,,,,,,,,, a l l n c h i d Be vacant Augua lh of Greenfand Darker ._ hou«rmod«rn~i7rafe t 15. Call , tion ol t i t l e ! , " · sister near here. ·T«*| ·* with MM -re»d CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS MM* CoUtct , Joplin R*nd«ring Co. , N. .1. McCall of I'hoenix. Ariz., L. E. Recall of ShrevL'port, La., and Tom McCall of Lawrence, Kan.; two daughters, Mrs. C. F. | McCreight nf San Bernadinn, i | Calif., and Mr?. E. C. Phiry of i I Payetteville; seven Si'andchildren i | and eight grcal-grandrhildren. the Uuieting'and Conlirra In them to the following-described real estate, situated in Washington County A.-kansas to-wn: Part of the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter or Scelnn Sixteen ( 1 6 ) , Township Sixteen i l t i j .J"'; L 1 a ".l e Tn 'rty 1301 West of the 5th P M. described as follows- Spinning at a point which u 600.0(1 feet Soulli of a point which is 19 chains and 5 links West ol Ihe Northeast corner of said forty acre trad: thence ru-nin« South M feet, thence Eaat two hundred eleven and one tenth ( 2 1 1 n feel thence North 60 feel: thence West two hundred eleven and one tenth c l l i . n fett to the place of becmnini!--less and except to much off the West and thereof as L now occupied and used as a part of Duncan Street, in Ihe City of Faetlevillc. «d"| P 'V" 5 cla ' min * »n. v in'erest in said lands or any lien thereon are hereby n o t i f i e d to appea Chapel i : Phone ' shipment of bark lo scnooi it jeans has Just a r r i v e d at FONND-Blue tick hoSnT^hcTu ~ _*L-aia oid_._Pnone^_m_ or_ 1159-VV. LOST-LaoVs rteiirus watch.~Phon DOGS--CATS--PETS Tb~e^e three mttcns. Phone .J j«'.-.* 1 "- Cocker Spaniel p p n a - Stout. · Phon pup- 16KA DON'T LET YOUR OLD Funeral arrangements, under the ; to'uVi'u.'i 1 ;"" --- --·· direc-.,TM of Moore'.s Funeral S^'.r 'Si" ,^t' ubTi^fon'''.? SZ Chape,, are inromple'.e. notice and show cause. If there be an" "' lo why Ihe t i t l e to said real estate should nol be quieted and confirmed ever e.Tei 1 ,"" 1 "? '"..'" " mp " ""' .aid ·l.'n^'froin' the Pe'ltionJrffo' m, said Fayettevllle nuildln, and I naj Association. Fayetievllle Arkansas dated July 1,1. 1049 which Monlare appears of record In Morljaje nerord JW at pa.e M.T thereof, if "he Dwrt u,?' "' ·" ll) '"ounly Tom Hodges Tom Hodges, former resident of 1 1 I'Y.vetteville. died Wednesdav a f t - j A.V -7;,:' ' grnoon in a Us Angeles, C a l i f . , 1 * " " ' POULTRY S t 1 t ti r!. 0 ,' 1 l. BR .i?j'-^ OTICKE-CiTaT TOR SAl.t:-HOM,TNEEDS H' STAIRWAYS SK.M1. Sel nf rolla Si 1 :, on i2;:-w GAS raiilte~$?r33~ ap.-ir:meni K .. 1} . range, ssf'j:, " hiVh j ?m"e I °''s"9 ? '' tSn - l a h l e '"" «" r-'iice. s:t:i:i; oil range si:, w, j ' rt .. M / tJ 'I Leon ard relrinerator W i l l sell for balance due. tinmr good all inela! ire hoxes from ssno up r.aso. {V5V, W "' *" "' " fc " l!: »"h'cr. Oklahom, Tire ^ Supply .._ Phone 1*.! For Sale PIPE -JOOO ft. 2" galvanized pipe. Phone I937-W BUILDINC for rent on main TTTeeT MX3J. Roy Q .ridl.r. Pr.lrl. r.','"' . . . F ° R '-IASI. larit houw in ixcellenl _biuUie£s_localion ; _Plione 2480-J. SII.VERMAN Apt. 11EO North'folTeTe" 2 bedroom 11, bath. «ood baseminl furnaee heat. Prefer adult, no pels', ° r "" 1 " S"«rman. Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. 'M aojim Iaal it ON watches, clocks, sptc'tacla 1 ,i t Jewelry repairing -,,, EAR1.« WATCH 8HOP r Jt"_ _gr«wer.a_Claane«. II £. C«nt«f f OIL BALK. OUR -me and furniture Phone _2071-W. room houae. red ·KTATI! X bsrfalri Jpen For Your Inspection -· WI will hold open houat fron 2 until .X I Sunday afternoon Auiuat |o. « · - ; tlcn Of the. followlnf plaets If yo« « art Interested In purchaalna ore** ·* ·fir do not (all to meet ont of our '··"«a»rilallv»i anal «laeusa nol onlr in« lollowlnf pr«Mrtl«i hut tin man/ lutlnsjs which wi hava. 622 Douglas 2 HCDKOOM5. floor furnace, haraV »o«l floors. Venetian bllnda Krnn- fd In back porch, baaament. aaraira, lari. lot. Immediate poaicaalon. G«rf trflia* lerma. 920 Vond«venter , NEW Adams addition--3 bedroom nafdwnod floors. auMmatle floor fuf* naea. attic fan. lot 7Utl» A txautb tul home, wall llnancad. smal ·Own payment. Suburban -s « ACRIS. 3 iKdroom hornt. h a r i l - - wood floors. llreHact. plaaterrt -Z^Hf' Ie livin l room. iaraiaL;" brrtl«f capacity. Two otner smal - bulldlnis on hlaekttp. ^ I, mll«i eait on Highway ]t Wall ftalancid. Will conalifir u-aM,TM raj evfdlally invltt yp'l to '- -.^ -Ike BrofAmnl Co. IM1 K Coii«y« _ Phora ml ARM5 AND RANCHES Ton lforthw«Jt Arktniu' but I*t ui indw you our chote* fro up of li.*o Inw coverfnf all iiz« firmi an 4 rancnci. . UTLEY COMPANY , INC. . . bus Grteniand. Phona U9 APARTMENT furnished. also~lar,e noustkeeplnr " · · · square " room. Bllia paid, near on 71. J M M . " Phone "GOING! "FAIR WARNINGI" * * * * * THIS LOVII.Y HOME_one block Irom campua--advartised to aal] by un!M 1U Au IO u h ,, v ' 1l J l IT a"" "" """'" .£r.iu, R prSF'SF : fSr££'ssi'!£»£ Kr*H '"'V'" 1 " 1 ""ouihout. vtn«- blmda; nice carafe and stor» SPECIAL " evelolmtnt «'.*« Vt«Y J; D. Eaqle, Realtor. PHONK Ul NKWI.y ,lec-oral^d~"f WANTED i 3 bfdronm homes room modern 77 h - i ApAfiT.VIrNT for"remriho 1 ne_l03T-M j ' «l. ': * "9P M . "'?**"* «P»tme,,Tpr,v.te I . ; . . . _ _ J """onm homes !WILSON REALTY 200 Ytart of Svrvlc* 20,000,000 Phon* ?«J.i 20% Savlngt MUTUAL fl« AND AUTO INSU»ANCI "Sovingi for pr«f«rr»d rllki* Gtt th« Pad* The Ritter Agency 16Ea«tC*ntar lurkey hro'ilera "ph'riiie : AT H A L F PRICE All Art Ohjecis IMPORTS FROM DKN.MARK JANSENS Highway No 7 1 . just south oi the West fork Doad CARBURETOR KGB YOU OF PRECIOUS GASOLINE! CAMMITOft mSKCTION ·tnwv-- Cor P*rfornianc* ABSHIER-BRYAN "YMir M«ndly l*fd Dtdltr" nn Rirhnrd B. Grecr Clerk of Chinccry Court · ------ 19-lM A l i i ? 2 - l - 1 R - 2 3 - r NOTICt OF FILINO~6FiT.TIO~M Clora J. Gibson ex pine P l a l n l i l f 35-Piece DINNER SET GOLD DECORATFD Mode by SALEM $13.50 rnKE-ripened R e h"e of peaches. ,ti Y miles east o dale on h l n h w a y IM i, llabbfrton road John O«orfia 1 I lift n'uilh ' T Mnrp. , Who's Who For Service Consult Your Classified .Service Pi rectory BUY A GOOD USED CAR AND SAVE ? ial 4 door, has only 11,230 actual"- 1951 Buick miles. Other ite;m ovoilable in open stock Maurlre Renner ariil Jovee lenner hiisband and wife. Defendant. notice u hereby liven iliat there has bttn filed In inv "flci- i! Clerk Countv C "ArkVn,» i 0 "" "' 5"''""*'"" 5^'inrnSf SH.i ^^^^V^'V^^'-Ti in her to the followlni .learnhea ' , - ? ' [ - * ' " . ( -"".-:« _ t e n "i'J«"«'or. food rondTtion" Sell or Irad. lor smaller aire Call LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. injf described Wnshmxlon ' real estate s i t u a t e d County, Arkansas l o - i Be8innin« at the corner of s-r. t.ons «. 10 u and If, In Township ;«,"».".,'"" i' 1 ""' " '""«' Trur," 'Mi W e l l , and rurin^nie thenre Weil alonr Ihe lerlinn line hemeen Kee- !.-ni 5 and 1C, fin. Hunnre/1 and r i « l f l - f l v t I M i leet to tha N o r i h west corner nf the lot hereby , n n - vrjed, runnini thf.nca South ?;,i:, nn a i l your househnl.rne'ed, .voiir f u l l e r finish dealer wl, « n r o , i r » a n i a pir,mp! 'and ,,'.'.' ""emion noyd M . i t i . h,,ne j . . i , ' R l : n r i . i i y i x no.fl hfi Kuiier I Hriuh dealer on vacation. 8-2 to H-18. j - holiom'lnt'er- ror salt at radue.d HOME STOUT S 'Home I.aiifl'SnoiT m7lTf reaular spailntminis to (Hen uf aM d e l i v e r 1 our l a u n d r y w i t h to ( i n - our elesire ra." " ry fn " 1950 Buick Super 4 door, has 13,483 actual miles.?1950 Buick Special 4 door. 31,000 miles, clean in every way. 1950 Buick Special 2 door, you will like this one. 1949 Buick Super 2 door, low mileage and a nice one. 1948 Pontioc 2 door, "real slick." All the above cars have radio and heater , ·£ and Automatic Transmission. ' :.' 1939 Oldsmobile 2 door ll Remember no reasonable offer Is «ver refused. re Wet w'siah"*ri«rnu lanK pttoni HATLEY BUICK CO. 30 E. Mountoin St. 213

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