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NOtTMWKT AJKANSAS TVMf, fayMMvflb, AriwHM WWn«J. r , Aufmt 11, 1fS2 Touch Of Women Executives Changes Railroad Business Br DOROTHY ROE T AtteeUttd Prat Wowcn'i Editor I A woman's touch is transform- 1 Inf «ome spects of the nilroad ; For Governor C--Cherry ,, Benton ... 47 Boone _._ J5 Bradley .. 27 Calhoun __ 17 Carroll . _ . 29 Chicot Clark Clay . ._. Cieburne Cleveland Stevenson, assistant . to the vice president of the Ches- p«ke (net Ohio Railway Company, spends about half of her lime these days riding the various , trains of the system, keeping a weather eye out for possible improvements in comfort, cleanliness and service. Mrs. Stevenson belies her frag- ' lie feminine appearance. Her big blue eyei can spot a speck of dust at 10 paces, and dining room stewards snap to attention at her approach. She describes her job thus: "I'm kind of a nagging wife to the operating department. Much of my work seems to be minding; other people's business. Wherever ' I we something amiss in any department of the system, my job is to try to correct it. This requires i """" ' a grett amount o f diplomacy. It!,, . . ' , " sounds like an unpopular sort of i au ner ~ ' 1 a job, but really it's fun. And I ] think I've made more friends than ' · enemies." I Mr«. Stevenson is one of a growing- group of women holding executive jobs with the nation's i railroads, and their influence is to b* seen on many of the country's trains. If you find chintz drapes in the club car, flowers on ' the table, pretty upholstery in th coaches, new colors in your roomette, you can be pretty sure tha these are the results of a woman executive's touch. HotiMkeftliliit; Know-How Much of Mrs. Stevenson's job entails housekeeping know-how One of the first things she did was to institute improvements in car cleaning systems, suggest new and more efficient methods, try new cleaning materials, and sho\\ stewards how to keep dining cars neater. Waitresses on one of the line's . divisions now wear smart yellow uniforms with white pique puritan collars and coronet caps. Anc experiments are under way to , snap, up the waiters' uniforms with a touch of color and better tit. Details such as piles of loose silver left on the tables, clogged salt shakers or slovenliness in the appearance of waiters all come under her eagle eye. It's the same ' k i n d ' o f job done by every good housewife every day--and,nobody but l woman could do it. Several Heard At Savings And Loan School to th ti^hth innuil Southwest Savings and Loin School, in lession tt the Univtr- sity, this morning hurd tilkt by Dr. H. E. Hoagland, proftsior of business finance at Ohio State . University, and Dr. Paul W. Mi- Urn, dean of the University Col- leje of Business Administration. Banken and savings and loan executives from 12 states arid one district are attending the school. States represented «re Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Kansas, Arkansas, New Mexico, Mississippi, Nebraska, New York, North Caro. lina, Ohio. Virginia and the District of Columbia'. Dr. Hoagland spoke on human relations in finance! stressing the _ human side of savings and loans Institutions. .Dean Milam discussed the business outlook for Vie United Slates with emphasis on the Southwest. 18 40 27 29 13 Columbia 36 Comvay . _ 26 Craighead 34 Crawford 31 Crittenden 28 Cross .... 22 Dallas ... 23 | Desha 21 31 31 Franklin _ 36 Fulton .... 21 Garland __ 41 Grant 21 Greene ... 34 Hempstead 34 HotSprings 33 Howard __ 35 Indcp'nce 3! Izard 35 Jackson __ 50 Jefferson 33 Johnson _ 24 Lafayette _ 21 Lawrence 33 Lee 22 Lincoln _ _ IS LittleRiver 20 Logan 37 Lonoke _ . 39 Madison _ 21 Marion ._ 24 Miller ... 43 Mississippi 60 Monroe _ . 23 Mont'mry Nevada .. 24 27 Newton _. 28 Ouachita 3! 28 Perry Phillips . 28 Pike .. ... 19 Poinsett _ 35 Polk _____ 27 Pope ... . 3 7 Prairie ... 16 Pulaski .. 83 Randolph _ 30 Saline ____ 41 Scott ..... 30 Searcy ___ 19 Sebastian 49 Sevier ... 29 Sharp ____ 25 St. Francit 24 Stone ---- 29 Union ____ 35 Van Buren 22 Wath'jton 49 White ... 4? Woodruff 18 Yell _____ 31 Pit 23 24 25 39 21 27 15 26 18 36 16 29 18 35 24 34 24 27 13 23 21 31 30 28 21 35 21 27 34 32 26 35 24 50 33 24 12 29 20 18 20 25 29 19 14 43 57 21 24 25 28 29 28 28 17 33 27 37 11 79 28 41 29 16 44 29 19 24 28 30 17 SS 35 It 30 C 3798 3063 1392 4172 1398 2778 1000 800 1«B3 2619 127S 1783 1483 2235 2180 7264 1329 3491 1169 1945 2035 1994 4145 1048 982 2983 2204 3291 3540 3818 1742 3328 744 3122 7338 2218 589 1190 1358 1855 2482 2474 160 393 4390 5000 1459 1066 1851 294 4542 1169 3084 882 3717 2392 3367 759 25433 1838 3853 1135 .577 7272 1884 770 S097 1053 7483 1137 2298 2251 1983 2(45 M 1313 1392 1085 2028 647 1090 651 1448 1525 1562 547 670 733 2700 2296 2782 744 623 916 1179 2030 1171 177Z 738 896 1915 758 1051 2006 1560 786 1813 699 2769 5111 1688 544 1326 902 86 2210 1485 1602 272 2565 395: 896 781 1336 953 2987 454 2283 782 2319 815 1980 218 11373 1113 2157 1306 298 2816 778 623 1889 839 2300 635 1014 1795 1446 1411 Obituary Mn. Mary Dwna lUnton Mrs. Mary Dema Benson, 57, died ai her home in Springdale last night. She was born in Selig- rrian. Mo., but had been a resident of the Springdale community for 45 years. She was married to Jnhn Benson in 1910. Survivors are her husband; four sons, Loy, Herbert, Harley and Dean, all of Springdale; two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Johnson of Fayetteville and Mrs. Lena Sanders of Springdale; 14 grandchildren and one great grandchild; two brothers, Mon Walden of Springdale and Don of Hutchinson, Kan.; u:o Mrs. Addie Danes of Hutchinson and Mrs. Artie Byrd of Whittier, Calif. Funeral arrangements, under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home, are incomplete. -13 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIS I FOR gALB-AUTO.WOTIVt CLASSIFIED ADS Halt: 3 e*nti; per wor? alnal* ]·· nrtloo. Three coniecutivt InMrtloHa. I centa per word. Minimum order 4Jc. Claasljied Ada caah In advanc*-- HOI taken over tlie telephone. Deadline for clnsiUled ade: M.M ft. m daily: 9:30 a. m Saturday. Correctiona and rerun cheerfully made after first insertion. No correction! or rerun made after ad haa «M- plred. NOTE: AdverUaini copy for otter paces la due at 12 noon Ihe day pre* ceedinc publiLrftinn; VI noon Saturday tor publication on Monday. LEGAL NOTICES 1MT INTERNATIONAL l ' f ton. t w o ·pred axlr. boos in lirakM New 6 ;TJ n r r s LJraln l u d W i l l t j » k r i-^r or p l r k t i p nn irailr G i l m r 1 ^Jjon. Pj-a[f if_C: rovr _ A r k _ j '4R TRUCK (or sale or trude ( ' FOR *alC-G.iod I33fi St l o l e t o f d o n Fatnliy ca .1071 -M 1941 PLYMOUTH del _.^ (ir _. I IV 1 . l ,' 1( ._ 1 ^r _ '31 P L Y M O U T H LT. _00t) m.Mtmljnil» : ASSOHTKD hndy~' parts for J'J Cl: _^A " npaxnnjihtc LOOK Top taA'h'pnn r-rs C f t i i a Moinr *ou_lh__qf_S|irlnidalf _____ Totali 2211 2078 201125 1171M Enemy Of U.N. Wins Congress Nomination Boise, Idaho-Wl-Rep. John T. Wood, one of the -most outspoken foes of the United Nations in Congress, won tht Republican nomination from Idaho's First congressional district in yesterday's primary. The big, bald physician, who served a term as Socialist mayor of Coeur d'Alene in 1912, charged in his campaign ;hat the U. N. charter was written primarily by the Russians, and blasted UNESCO as "the greatest subversive plot in history. " over to a golf tournament at the Fayetteville Country Club. The Thii afternoon was to be givtn school will end at noon Friday. Thmot Hodgtt The body cf Thomas Hodges, who died August 6 in Los Angeles, was brought here yesterday and funeral service will be held Thursday at 10 a. m., at Nelson's Funeral Chapel by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery, with Masonic service in charge of Washington Lodge No. I. Mr. Hodges formerly was connected with the Hodges Brothers cafes here, and had been in California for 16 years. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, the Knights Templars and the Shrine, and the Baptist Church. He was married to Miss Mabel Brown of Fayetteville August 13, 1914, in Eureka Springs. Survivors include his wife, a son, a brother and three sisters. NOTICt In Th* Prahate Ceurt Of c.unly, x.rkeniat Estate ot 'ihomaa J a c u b Ullilrap. deceased. sisters. | Lisl known address: C o f f c y v l i l c . K a n Dale of death: May 31. 194G. A n i n s t r u m e n t , d a t e d April n . 104f. has been a d m i t t e d to probate as the last will and testament uf lliu Phone above named decedcnl. on J n i v 18. 1052. A conltsl of the probate o'f I h e will can be e f f e c t e d only by f l l l i i K a p e t i t i o n within the lime provided by law. ThU notice /irst published A u g u s t 6. 1952. Witness my hand and sea! as Clerk of the Probate Court of W a s h i n f i t o n _ . _ _ . _ _ _ ,, C o u n t y . Arkansas, this August S j POUITRY , K , · ! (SEAL) Hoy A. Scott Clerk of the Probate Court of Washington county, Arkansas . 6-13-x PACKARD-WILLYS Sales -- Service LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO 20BNerth Bloc * FOR SALE--LIVESTOCK ftM SALB- SMAI.L biu:n and well l R A N C H for **:·* r a n c h w i l l r u n f l l i H'J COv.a ytm rn-tnit M in; If* con K a j e t ' r v i i l f 114-R-3. LARGE FAMILY 'HOME taTTATl PRACTICALLY NEW TWO bedroom home, hardwood floorl, new hni water heater and Ihtndix wa^hrjr iRcii.dr-f. I o pfici? fi^t t «0 CM s.'.:.00 00 down. Balanc* won: lily . G. R. Crandell Real Estate . . . INCOME VROPERT V ' BL'lLUlNti c o n l - . i i i i i K t l . r r . i;.., C.IN-. 1 w i ! h i n "lie t i l n . - k of i - n . A l l UHI'A l n r m * h r U hac'i i.iu Hammond Realty Co. 2W. A C R E S . \ White Aiver fronT: ,gr. ·'. B-T*a ;n r u J t l v a t i o n . balance t i m : i » r *ri'1 p i c t u r e . «itlrnit«d 100 - IV''1 f saw i;mS«f 3 jprlnfi, t room rt'-vfllinf f'.*\ri'.y t ftchool bus at I n ^ r Prlc* $5.000 CHANDLER REAL1Y CO. Si-i.,^i_Siil»- Squire Phont^H*.! n u n t r -- F o u r room moS*m rork r.«T. j Jo. near Unlv*raiiy and School on pavement. 13.H V f A H N I H O ORDER In The ChiQtery C*urt Of Washington Cvuniy, Ark«n»a Charles M. Vanderlip, Plaintiff Tony Vnnderljfi. Defends.-.'. The Defendant. Tony V a n d c r l i p ii hereby warned to appear in IhU court within t h i r t y daya f r o m the d a t e of thia notice, to make defence to thr allegations of p l a i n t i f f ' s c o m p l a i n t , or same w i l l be t a k i n as confessed WITNESS my hand and seal of office on thia the 5th day of August, 1HS2. (SEAL) H i r h a r d B Greer Clerk fi-13-'JO-27-c Mn. Monda Mori* Smith WARNING OHDtft In T?i« Chanctry CMirt Of Wathinft*fi ewnty, Ark*ni«t O l r t a Fitzgerald. P l a i n t i f f j Robert FiliKtrald. Defendant Spnngdalc - (Special) - Mrs : The Defendant Robert Fitzieraid is Hand. Marie Smith died August j Kl^^.^arl.U^^Uffi 11 at HugOton, Kan. She was a ; nf lh e Plaintiff in the above entitled FOR RENT--M1SCRLLAXEOUI REGISTKREIJ ^»r trade. Garl ROAN n i i T k i i i g ' j i l i n l n t - month.1 old CilARLEY Dealy BROILliR ClllCKS". U. S. a p p r o v e d . I ' l i l l n r n . "A* near :ts y o u r phone. ' I'.'.n Vir g i n i a . Phone 1Q13 FOR SAf.K- ONE"6oV~i~ai7on jiropaiSr f«~hk ipicc heaters. 14 ft. iiiout case ] j Coca-Cola cooler t e l r c l r i c i . 1 pair scales. 1 a d d i n c n u c h i n r . l : - · (hoidfl 7: Ibs. ice). Inquire _Vallcy_ Store. TREE i ipt-ntd Belle of peaches. 3'it n.Ilea on cast h i g h w a y CS Springrlalc n.-lnR ··ontamen. . P""»c aMi'J. A r t h u r ,Hunt]ey.__ 33 FT. a.fmi-houie"traiier"nn lot 60x95. Oas. lights, shower, a u t o m a t i c w a t e r l i e a t t r . picke! fenced Ht-durrr] 10 Sl.fiOO.__off N. G a r l a n d Pli"»f 28B--R. TWO wheel t r a i l e r . 4'x8'. Good cond.- ^ LOTS .of good lornM |io.^li Any ai~Z(T-- 6\a foot long. Eli Caudle Window, Ark Phone 26. eood c o n d i t i o n . U t i l i t i e s paid. Smith 10M-J-.!. f a l l a f t e r 4 3U. ! ROOM f u r n l j h e d apartment near t o w n , /or couple OP working glrb. 3 ROOM furniahod houat. lirie ronnu. modern, food location. Phone MONTGOMERY WARD GUARANTEED WARDCAPSi 1 NICE unfurniahed 2 bedroom duplex. itoor furnace, hardwood lioon. v«- nptian blind*, private bath. Clean ON GOOD STREAM I A REAL good HJ. Botue f o r l l l e v a l l r y : balance n o r t h h i l l l i n f l H r c - l f d !o' tame ir«A*. A decent lei "t ini- '· P rovrinen:* and wt\\ lor«:cd (or l.SOfl Owner w i l l give tcrnu on ' $2.000. l room houi«, hardwood nice n h a d e and lawn 2 19 POM O f f i c e Inqulr* Twin- K w a ir« Cream Weat tmma, Sprint- ""loURISf'COURT · Ga Station, Grocery. Valued J33.000. W a n t Fayettevills property or land near FayctK- ville J. H. RAY , 2J2 Eoion Bldg. -' Fdafo NORTH GARLAND AREA C M d l C n v K room f r a m i and uUlliy r»* m Hardwood floon. t i l e balh. two c*r Kara|e. ( » nor* Itvtl (Tdund ( o n p j v r m r n t rilA-Gl J o a n on 6ppr*?ty. raymen'a S.S2 m o n t h CRAVENS CO. :; phoiu mw p , p v a a . e a n . . ., , ,, unfurnlahed 1 bedroom duplex, hard- W LL G R A Z E 200 - ' ' U urs ' rv '- 1 - iuu I - of Mr. anrl Mrs. Ernest Smith of Marble. Survivors in addition lo her parents are three sisters, Linda Kay, Zelma Kay and Barbara , Ann, all of the home; her m a t e r - ; N'OTICl nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .Tess Stanfell of Marble; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Smith of Springdale; her paternal frrandparcnls, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith of Decatui ,-Funersl service will be held to- morow at the Callison-Sisco Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Cecil Garrison, with burial in the Decalur cemetery. Winc.v my h a n d and ncftl of thil Court this "J3 day of J u l y , 1952. R i c h a r d Greer Chancery Clerk 20-Aug 6-I.VZO-e Production Of Power To Start At Bull Shoals Ceremonies Sept. I Scheduled, Sen. McClellan To Speak Mountain Home, Ark.-(Special) -The initial production of power at Bull .Shoals dam. northwest of here, will be marked by ceremonies at 2 p.m.. September I, at which Johi, L, McClellan, senior United States senator from Arkansas, will be the principal WE cannot act-rpt any n u n t i l f u r t h e r nolici-. . tjndcrstandlne. G i n f h i n Shop. I Price exchange wit | cappable carcass: ; 640 x 15 Exchange. | 6 0 0 x 16 Exchange. .670 x 15 Exchange. |710 x 15 Exchange. ;700 x 16 Exchange. 760 x 15 Exchange. your re- . . .$ 7.65 , . .$ 6.70 , . .$ 9.10 , . .$10.20 . .$ 9.95 . .$11.35 1upl« A'ood floor*. V e n e t i a n hlinda. prl- | vxte ) a l h . Clean n room f u r n U h e d ! ; d u p l i x . f l c c l r n - r e f r i K f r a l t ^ ven*- I t i n n hllndn. privnlt! b a t h . 4 i , Srni'.h ; _ H l l l . _ ; j 2 BEDROOM modern hmwe. W e n t ! L n f a y e t t f ! Slreet. $i3 per month. Phone J6JI-J ·. p a r t l y f u m i i h e d 712 freh. pl.nn*_ 2Jl|3-.l-2 hniue. newly decorated lame NOTICE- Passenger Full Cap: tires Mud and Snow _ eneer" houat. Lo\t~~of Venetian bllndi, $60 Phone 501. Sprlngdale . m oj 2 l o 5 p. m You get more for your f u r n i t u r e i AfJO x 16 E x c h a n n * througn our auctlona. Always a good i 7,;; X \° " C n a n 9 c demand for good merchandise. Lots 6 / U x 15 E x c h a n g e of Jtorage apace. You can tend your ' f u r n i t u r e In anytlmt lor our Saturday sale For truck or Information phone 1770. lights p M7-W. j THREK room t.irnUhnd aparT. . . $ 8.90 w a t e r . Hf_hts paid. 436 Oliver Street 4* i rt j , I 1'honi 240 ACRES level and c o r n , e x c r l l e n l hmd 47.'i ac-rps woven wire, t o l n l 35^ arrc.* Q i i i j r n food atnek f a r m . N e v e r l a l J i n s : n i r r a n i anil ipnnf led lake. pien! ; fi.»h 7 ronni m r l c i l v m o d f i n hom?. t i u i l t S yeurs. bid c e m e n t hasereent. i hardwood floors. H bun dunce nf \ B p r i n g w n t r r piped to hniur You M *grrr. q t n t r a t t t r i f h J . i n n You c;n. , liny i t w l l h n r w l l h t i t i t n r u l'J.*? , Kenujnn irac'.or atul c t j u i p m c n t xnrl : 12 c a t t l e n i l rJlglhte lo r f f U t f r : W h i t f f a r f (ml a f e w rr.nrl*' e n t i l e . ! how. r h i c k c n i rn- l.eM th.m ' , : ca*h, bilance lon« t i m e . S-i iniere.ii j NEWLIN REALTY! WEST FORK. / » H K J Hilton Bros. Auction House Highway 71 N o r t h 710 x 15 Exchange $11.70 Other sizes available ot our tire j lervice station located al 116Va South Block Street. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY _ CO"MBINATibN~uirrV-violet an lamp. J!5(Mt. Veiy little Pho n e_l'42 MV. _ ANTIQUES" prlcr» alashrd. lovely things Cnrnf- jicr Man"y UNFURNISHED 3 room a«ml-modern a p . - i r l n i f n l . 520 per m o n t h , a h a r i n f u t i l l urn. Call 9*6 day or 309T-M n t g h t . _ VknY nicc"~2 room (urnlahed ap«7r r n t n t . 3 cloaein. i hlock f r o m cam- only. M a r t i n a Court, H i g h w a y 71. ROOM furntahod or unfurniahed in home w i t h mother and 14 year old K i r l . J15 per monlh U t i l i t i e s paid. C-.l| 9d6 flay or 3057-M n i g h t CLOSfc In furnia'hfd* a p a r t m e n t Hurri- wood floora with refrigerator. Very _n tec. _AdulU_only^Phgne 1857. 3 ndOM~"fnrnl.ihe"t1 apartment .?« S. School. Phone 249 speaker. ^ ^ CHLOROPHYLL GUM DISPENSER NATURE'S Miracle freen ia now available in ic ball gum. Chlorophyll gum j haa been a phenomenal «ller at I5c I per package. Even greater aalea poa- alble at Ic. Thia U not a f a d . Huge i aumi spent to advertlie chlorophyll · nationally. Chlorophyll will definitely atop bad breath caur.ed /rom smokinff. alcohol, halitoni.s etc Chewing gum Is mo*t pleasant way to abacrb it. Stlllng lor Ic per chew will Include almost everyone in the U n i t e d States aa a proapect. \Vc will liulruct and SECURE snod locations w i t h o u t extra cost. 100 ma- chinei earn up to SI.000 monthly $885 cwh required. Addre« P 6 B o x T t M i . Oklahoma City. Okl*. VOUNG black | ritANSPOETA'MON OFFERED PASSENGERS to LHE AnRdoa vicinity. Leave A u g u s l 16. return September I. Phone «54. work. _ woman. Modern living quvtrrs and : r-~ goorf wages. Fayetteville Motel. 57:,.! LARR 9?. shlpmcn RADIATOR SERVICE for CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS Wt opcratt a compltUly equipped radiator ihep, ImnifdiaCtly behind our main building, (formtrly Harry's Radiator Shop) with thoroughly traintd personnel to properly handle any kind of radiator repairing and cleaning. We invite your inspection of this modern radiator shop, in charge of Mr. Tom Smith. KASCMBU PRKE5-PROMPT SERVICE Abshier-Bryan Motor Co. Your Frien4ly Ford Dealer Earle W. Johnson, r e c e n t l y elected president of the Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce, said 3lans for the ceremony were aeing made rapidly. Power from he first of the four 40,000-kilo- 1 HELP WANTED _ watt generators will go on the | MAN and wlft for maid »nd yard ine immediately after tests a r e i work N» children, will cnn«idcr completed. Jt Is likely that the 'irst power will be available with- n a week after the ceremony. Lt. Gen. Lev/is A. Pick, chief of Army Engineers, has been invited to speak also at the Labor Day celebration, Johnson said. Congressman James W. Trimble of the Third Arkansas District, will be master of ceremonies. The celebration will be another event in the comprehensive program of flood control and hydroelectric power development in the White River basin. Senator Me- 1 Clell.n will throw the switch ·ot-k*r. 85.00; Ion* «a«d tan hound puppic-i $15 pair; Boston b u l l d o j puppiea $Z5 W Dachihund $2500. Dcaton'* K r n n c l W_eat_ fork. LEWIS BROS. BASEMENT Uaed K e l v i n a l o r r e f r i g e r a t o r Used Croaley r e f n g e r a l o r Used GE r e f r i g e r a t o r U*ed Hotpoint d i x h w a t h e r Used Bendix washer Used M a y t a g waaher Used Electrolux cleaner Ujed Ecumjmat__D_e_ndi^x LAT Emndel wa«Jiiiig""ma"chlner$27..iO; Delnvel r r r a m .iepnr«tor $1.100; p i n t form rocker S U M ) ; 7 good golf cluhs 7 halla and hag J12 JO: clear, f r u i t jars .15c dozrn L i o j d ^ TradJn,? Poit. _'Jjghway_jl south Frrr d e l i v f - r y crt* llrlnR b w k e t . you pick. Rogland O r r h a r d n . 5 rnlles enst on l l f s f i - wa.v_jj. ' m . l p _ _ n o r l h Turn at a i g n . PORT-A-Crih. $1500. 1RS5-W* m o r n - . $ (!9 .$ H3 . .$125 | IT'S $ 83 I arf;n«ry apartmenta are nice, wonderful. You'll like $ 33 Rockwoort ^partmenta. Phont 295J. M FURNISHED apartment, 2M N o r t h TBAVELER'S oils nd Balboa rvr aeed mixed. 2 milej northwest Farming-ton. A. H. Tedford. phone HELP WANTED--FEMALE «XPIRIENCED w«ltrti«. Apply in petton Hi WlUon'l Gate. Phone 299. EXPERIENCED cashier. appl"y~in per- 1 «on, Ferguion Cafeteria 1 CASHIER and billing inachine"opera- i tor. Apply at Boaton Sloie w i t h _ _ M i AS ^ j i i i U y e B a nkA. ^ ^ . , | SITDATION WANTED ! ELDERLY ludy would" - -- -- . -------- of back to achoo] Tu(-Nin jesnj haa jmi arrived a; Ha FRVERS. 75c eacTv v Phone Stj~^ 24 FT. modern houie tra'iier. ileepa 4 Tor I n f o r m a t i o n . Gulf Service Stallon. Hunlavlllt. Ark "NOBILITY Silver?" Call ELIZABF.TH JANES 232 EVENINGS 1IW l i « h l rl anrl hoiwekefrplni room, aa room with a m a l l f a m i l y . Al*o would l i v e with another elderly liulv and aharo expcnaea. Phone 907-M-3. ! ^ HOUSEWORK. Phone C93-W! ,: -,,,- - - Jll - dl7 -. which will put the unit in open- ln«. Routf 2. Prairlf Grove Ark . IDEAL MATTRESS CO. Quality ntw rr.artresi and mattress renovating. Phone. 3036 401 WEST DICKSON lion. Installation of the four gen- near Mountain Gap School. Lugene FOR TRADE--REAL ESTATE nohinelt*. \*v~T"~--i--« * ·**-*^««%^^-^^w^^^^^^^ MY lovely 9 room home and income eralora in the Bull Shoals power- : LOST AND FOUND , 0 r°rTM!r°. I ??.. MUi0uri . SU L C . College. house IS almost compl^r. Follow- | LOST-Field ,..,,« and We at M t . £·« U.g the first u n i t , t h f t o t h e r t h r r t Sequoyah tower on Augast 7. F i n d M o are expected to go into production * r mnt»ci M.Camley through Mt. - - B ' Srqiift.vah o f f i r r Church. Phone .1132W after i. SKRVfCIS FOR hr;tl*r liwn mowlnf, phorif _ _ _ _ _ "DRAPERY and UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Lamps nnd Occasional Furniture. Custom-made Slipcovers and Draperies n Specialty BAfttffTT QUALITY SHOP __ 522 West-Dlrhson YARD wtjrk and window wijfilni _ Phonf 1791-W. HEPAIRING Vnd rcmoderinf. title one j )oan« handled Phone 2.49-M. Dykft i $5500 ; BUYS one of the neateM. nto*i con- vinlent honiw, f i v e rnmm, bath! and utility room, in good condition j fnaidc »nd out. located on corner : lot with ahadr, only three blocka nf [ iquarc , BUY EQUITY I AND take up «a*y pnyiuvnta on thU j atlraclive five-room home with hardwood floor*, fireplace, floor f u r - nace. utility porch, garage and alor- | age. 100 ft. lot on pavement located ! at edge of city In a desirable att- WADE FINCHER, Realtor Catt Mountain St - Pho. eon Third door Eaat Ford Motora SOME LEARN THE HARD WAY "THE Movlnf Flnfer WrIIH And. Hivlnt Writ . ." ' WELL rolkJ. the verdict itandJ for ·11 tne world to lee. A ititemtnt by our Senior 8tn«tor. 'John MoOl«(Un. ' icll--20 acrea Small houa* In- cortiDle.e. Cxctllent well. 7 milei 18 u-e«t SZ.iOO. See owner at II E. __? p r I n |. 4 ndoSl modern noui*. pivtmtnt and arwtr p A i d . i block* iquar«. name o u r own Iprroa Prica J3.300 M. Addington Real Estate Phon« 1O3 FOR SALE OR TRADE WILL l a k e In nk-e 5 room houa* on 9 unit t n u r u t court and living q u i r I r r x Cmirbi itrf (roaalnr over $8000 prr year. B u l l l In 1»50 and ItSl. Thf»p jirr- AAA courU. Muat a*« to a p n r f t c l a t e Price J34..VW RUSSELL REALTY CO; a N nin.;k 31 fhpnt ISM FOR SALE HAVE Juit nourtd concrett footinn for i lovely 2 .bedroom horn*. Wi now hive coinmlUmint for FHA Irian Priced 11,13(1. RUSSELL REALTY CO. g N mock si. PIMM im CA~MPUS SPECIAL IDEAL for larfe family. Kxtri lari* llvini room with flrtplact. tcparati dining room. 4 btdrooitw. wwlng room. D o u b l e «arM*- BM«mint. Cintral heating ar'tern. Rtmtmbtr thr fall ·«m*ater itarU next month and you ran hav* ·!] ahU and Uv» only a few doora from carnpua. Why wait 1 ) See u* today. WHEELER REALTY CO. REALTOR (Hark Theater Bldf. . ' ^i; BUSINESS EXTTIA Mte f rowing buJtnw* K "FARMS-RANCHts of · -* W y * U ''SOVEREIGNTY RESTS WILSON REALTY WITH THE PEOPLE" FOLKS. I do not knou- how you Int ^ r p r e t yesterilty'a choice of Fratich Cherry of Jonejiboro as the new Ortvernor-Nomlnilf of A r k t n i M . 1 113 W Mounllln SL inner Co HOUSEWORK the. hour. Phone i SF.WIN'G. f o r m a U JulLi and aporti. wear. H^monahle. Phone 311VM ·k» froi - prijperty~Mri Alice 28 Eaat Page, Sprmifield, intervals of about a month. Space (or a total of eight generators is included in the powerhouse building. Construction of Bull ShoMs dain »s started in June, 1947. and was completed last November. The dam, together w i t h Norfork dam, was dedicated July 2 by President Truman. KOU.ND--y t c l a i m *ame 21M6-J or 493 fOR SALE OR RENT : ·LJI9^^--- .r° QrTU each. Phone' IUTI.V BERRY J. W. HILL ELECTRIC CO. Phone 24, Weif Fork SUNTIL'T~vtn«t.ftnTbllndi »Bfl aiumf. num window icrecni antf t w n m f i Freo fiMmiter Gibt Cocper. 44] Soulh Lrrmt. Phonr 1QK DITCH DIOG1NO only know how "One M^n'i F a m - 1 ily" mnatruca thli i r r e f u t a b l e remit ! "THE ROAD BACK" i EVER flinrr !hr ^!» R.K'itJi Cnn- ' v e n t i n n m e t I n lO'.f. I h i n k m f m e n ; and women hsve become i n c r e a n n i - i ly conjcioua if t h e creeping p a r a l y - j au of Socialism u n d St.«linn in ihii i-ountr.v; and v.-hlrh pink Profewin nnrl Prcirherj h«ve t r i e d to iooih- ! u n d l a r m e d P u h l i r hy c n l l l n K "Dc- : morracy In A c t i o n " "THE WRITING ON THE WALL" . . . . " h y ' minority groupi I n both parties, the ; Voters o( A m e n c n lire a w a k t to the j LISTINGS WANTID USTtNOS wanted on 2 ant ) btlroom WILSON REALTY CO. __ _ fhont 2U? _ ^___ NEARLY NEW RANCH frame I btdroom in* dtn on bfiutifuj tto*iM un4*r th* tr«ti. .Wonderful location with nlre vt«w. U-- type kitchen, combination living- rnom-dininc room, tile bith. b l ( clanftta, utility ip*ce ia attached (turaxr, r«ulated bttt. A deUfbUiU home at I12.M0.M. KINCAID COMPANY -.-,--. I K O R S A I . f . OR TRADE hlte faced aleer. near air- :,-MODER% . ditch' and bi l -- w a t e r. gai ~ " t a n k holet Dl, if. Call 2«« I ·awer I · n W a l k e r . 1257-J FOR SALK-- HOME NT.KDH broiler rar.^he* and Inmea. Sale or trade. Cation. Roir.e Congressional Group Plans Visit In Korea Washinston-'/Pi-A group of congressmen will leave for Korea Friday lo seek answers to two of the main questions they say are puttling their constituents: 1. How can the Korean campaign be settled? 2. Is there a shortage of American ammunition? The party, including nine rncm- beri of the House armed Services Committee, will return September H. CAM PAID FOR DEAD ANIHA15 Jvplin R«n4trinf C*. GIFTWARES-IMPORTS from Denmark ot 20% discount-JANSENS, just south of tho West Fork Road, Hiwoy 71 OPEN STOCK DINNER WARE SEE OUR FRONT WINDOW Lewis Bros. Co., Inc. " l WANT TO ] KARM ith i.OOO-To.OOO broiTer"~apaTi '. ill ""S!"'" 1 "," ·""·"« "' '"·- KOR_ RENT--MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT--825 w71?oMS~"Strce r -'2 1 - hedroom homo, v e n c i u i n b l i n d x ' a u - omal.c K** h u t J5j per m n m h I - l l p y and C n m p a n y . I n c . 22«3 SMALL u n i U i r r i u r n u K e d ' n p i r i m - n f . a v a i l a b l e nov/ to permam-i.t r o u n J t IIT iwn working itlrU Plenty b u i l t in*, all new. Hardwood llnora il*o _ _ EXCAVATING - B U U D O Z I N G Land clcarinf!-- saving your topsoil. Heavy duty discing, nrush rako -pontln. H. H. JONES, Controctor S.17 E Lafayette, nox m UnlvenHy station Phone U86 FARMS AND RANCHES FOR Northwest Arkantaa' beat let in ihow you our choice croup of listings covering all liw (arm* and -.,..,,., A,- ^ ,,.,,..... uflEY COMPANY, INC. RtAI.TORS LIMDERS INSURORS ,lr,n.--,«.rn, "Th. M,r,. W,y " | C ^. VySf^LFld* HUGHES BROS. ~~ 5KELLY STATION 300 WEST MOUNTAIN Washing, polishing. Expert lubrications. Hudson wet clutchts, fluid drives and automatic transmis- "For'thrThrxt result-, you've Kvrr 3'o n i serviced. Hid · Name thr RHAVDS ^hcn Brakfts adjusted. you your At. Sporting goods and bait. Shop open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CO. A 5?liej Pirn to Buy . . J. D. Enqle, Realtor. NEW THREE-BEDROOM HOME WITH I n v p l y t u i n « l o o m -1'nn room, l a r f e ki!'-; - n -.-.i'li h r e n k f f t a r e n . u t t a c h M r-irsB- rx.ccl'ent cru utruL'tion v,.lh p:-i'.!Tcrl v/a'!* v;n l»hed Bum i r i ' i i h i l l y i m u l a v d GUI troll* f i n a n c i n g ; . v » i ' n l i ar.-l t h TOTAL WIIKINS REALTY CO. BULLDOZING EXCAVATING Roods, Pondi, Clocying OLIN KARNES - EUIS WILSON 3165W 2619J | Who's Who i For Service · Consult Yoir Classified Service Directory BF.AIITY SHOFS """L : 6'l'.VAlTl)S' HKAC'fV "stf^ L-ni W Mrail"^ f'hon^ : ·;'-' atTAl'EA ujjM; 1 *^ d'iOP f\onnt» fluplauir itutpaiitt 11 N. Block DEALm Pk IM _ _ NICE 2 room furnUi^ed a p a n electric refrigerator. 305 Wiat fayetle me an ynur f five yn a t l e n h o n your houi«hoirt rteM«. uller Br.uh rtrslfr, who Beautiful, Cool, Quiet Vacalion Setting Lovely Cottage btside- Lagoon at Monte No, Arkansai For Rtnt by Wt»k or Month Call 27I9J alttr J f.M. or weeV.ondi HfVlW B U L L D O Z I N G Oravftl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil M. f A T T 0 N 24? RESS A T I N G Holly ONt Irtnti Buill Into d Innfriprmta Bula Mad« To nrdtr SIBVICR-rHflNI 1774 Duggar-Brown' MATTRESS CO. HEI.1A.HI.I WOHK tn ault ynur d f j i r f \kft \sa*h dry or dry. Prl« rcuonatili. . 200 Ytart of S*rv!c* 20,000,000 Policyholdtt* 20% Saving* MUTUAL HUE AND AUTO INSUftANCI "Savings for preferred (Me G*l tht PM« The Ritter Agency

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