Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1952 · Page 10
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August 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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TU IP-IS* Hone Boosts Ridt Offer Gos Sales twnvtr »prvlr* ititlon operator idded i nrw twill lo the city's fitollne prfct war by offerinj a fr« airplane rld« lo motorists who buy a tankful of in He reported today he hai quadrupled hii builneu, ih» tear. RRST IN U. S. TO MAKE HARDWOOD TlEVVSPRINT Nominate W.S. (windy) BRONSON for CIRCUIT CLERK Subject to Action of Democratic Primary, August 12 Q U A L I F I E D sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Trammel, and of Mrs. fidilh Couth Friday. Mrs. Parker Rushing accompa-. nied her sister and niece, Mrs. Arvil Arnctt and Miss Alene Arnett, to Tulsa, Okld., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starr and daughters of Fayettevillc were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton eoyd Friday. MrerOtt !· Ik* TIMES--It »·?* EVERYTHING M PIUMMNO Mil sumiis FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVttHMtNT AVt E X P E R I E N C E D Fl»$t NEWSPRINT to tx m»d« commercHlty In the U. S. from poplar hardwood h cumlne from this Pan«r ?^T,« f ^ r m "' *" ^""W"Mich - The "wipm* li bcin S manufactur=/by a prod .yttoped In. Uw U L S. Fortit Ubontorin, Midijon, Wli. I Considerable Sums Of Money Found Hidden In Home Of Recluse Following His Death · Pled 9 ti full tin* to duties of Circuit Clerk. · A veteran of 5 rtart Mrvice in WorW Wdr II. · Pdit commader of American Uaion Sh.lron-Tucktr Post No. 27. · Resident of Washington County 28 years. Pol!Uc.l .d paid for by W. S. Bronson, Fayettevllls VOTE Somerset, Pa. - Iff) - The search of an isolated home occupied by a wealthy man--who even in death was armed with a gun and pro! tected by a fierce pack of dogs-' is almost completed today but un[ solved are these questions: Why did Samuel Jackson King live in such conditions while worth at least $88,000? And how did he save so much? Treasure hunters .who have j probed the debris-littered mountain farmhouse where King lived have come-up w'| nearly 518,000 in negotiable bonL.s, old curi^cy, gold and silver coins in addHion to bank books, safe deposit vault keys and real estate deeds indicating an estate worth approximately $50,000. These were tucked away in places like a sofa, cookie jar and a woman's corset. The whole thing started 10 days ago when King was found dead in a field, on his farm about 20 miles from this Southwestern Pennsylvania community. A week ago last Tuesday the body of the 73-year-old recluse was found by neighbors and police in the field. Nearby, lay King's favorite dog. "Israel." A loaded shotgun was at his side. Death was apparently caused by a heart attack, a coroner's report said. Sheriff Karl 1. H-.-e and his deputies found an ··· sofa inside ' the house where ''israel"^appar- ently slept. When it was moved, out dropped a false bottom revealing n sheaf of $1,000 bonds, with not a coupon clipped since 1934. Some $430 in $20 and $10 gold coins were found is a canvas sack. A rumpled roll of old large- sized currency contained hundreds of dollars in bills ranging* up lo IfvO. Two wills, the most recent of | which gives the farm and everything on it to a neighbor, Earl Gray, were discovered. Gray worked for years as a part-time hired hand for King. son. Refreshments were ;;ervcd by ! Mrs. Berry, assisted by Miss Ro- j berta Drake and daughter of Wyman, Mrs. Otha Caldwell of Fay- etleville, Miss Darlcnc Moore of Baldwin, and Miss Drake and Miss Berry. Ed Ritchell of Springfield, Mo is visiting his mother, Mrs Bill Sell. Mrs. Audie Sharp of Springfield, Mo., was the guest of her 6,000 Men and Women to Vote for Bill Bush August 12 Vote for Bill Bush for County Judge He Is efficient and Honest After all there are only four cardinal virtues: Common Sense, Hard Work, Honesty and Christianity. He has them all. Bill has made no promises to any person or per* ons - ' , .«*»...- ·wsrvfc,-,, He fought for us while we slept that we might have life and liberty. Let's all vote for him Aug. 12. Paid by K. T. McClinton Buckner Roy Longstreet of Chicago, III., a»d Ray Longstreet and son. Steven, of Joplin, Mo., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Von Erdmannsdorf 9nd Mr. and Mrs. Frank Longstreet Wednesday and Thursday. Bill ':uck, switchman for the , Frisco Railroad, has been trans ferred totFaj-ettcvllIe a f t e r 1 re o a j - e t t c v l l I e a f t e r 10 years at Fort Smith and Musko- I gee, Okla. The Friendship Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Viola Berry. Mrs. Doris Drake re- I ceived the mystery package. Birthday gifts went to Mrs. Drake, Mrs I Mamie _ Atkisson, Mrs. Gladys ! Spillars, and Mrs. Elizabeth Wi'l- I Upon the basis of my qualifications and proven ability to do this job for you correctly and accurately, I respectfully solicit the support of the voters in the Democratic Primary on August 12. CLINT SHOOK FOR RE-ELECTION AS COUNTY TREASURER Political adv. paid for by Clint Shook, Faytttevillt . --nmnmn^^^vv^^^^^^H^^^^MM^^^ Cherry For Governor To the Truckers of Arkansas: FOR JOHN KIRSCH FOR County Treasurer DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, AUGUST 12th yoter$ofWoihin9ton YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED JOHN KIRSCH Politic.! Adv. p.id for bj John Klrsch, r.rHtfvllle, Ark. In last-minute desperation, the McMath administration is causing state employes, including Weighing Station personnel, to spread the false and unfounded rumor that I oppose the existing reciprocal truck licensing agreements existing between Arkansas and bordering sister states. McMath claims credit for these agreements, but the fact is that they were entered into under the provisions of Act No. 6Q of th Acts of 1945 (Governor Lane's administration and not McMath's). I have never disapproved of this Statute, nor any of the reciprocal agreements entered into under it. L shall nqf propose any change in the Statute, and I favor the continuation of the existing reciprocal agreements made under it 6 This is not a political issue, but an economic issue. These reciprocal agreements for tri^ck licensing under this Statute promote the free flow of commerce, and benefit all the people of Arkansas. Th eleventh-hour attempt to inject this question into the campaign by secret false rumor, spread by state employees, is an act of desperation or a frantic, drowning man. Sincerely yours. " FRANCIS CHERRY" Vote For a Return to Integrity in the'State House Pol. Adv. paid for by Loffcl Gentry, C«mp»lri Mgr.

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