Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 4, 1952 · Page 8
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January 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Clay ion Rand Says: Elizabeth Meriwether , Gilmer, age 90, known as "Dorothy Dlx," has v/ritlen "thirty" upon her long career and left behind a world of hungry hearts. Pioneer in her profession, fare- most woman columnist of her time, mother confessor to millions, the memory of "Dorothy Dix" will live as one of the nation's most revered writers. Endowed w i t h wisdom and blessed with understanding, she was a comfort and inspiration to all who came seeking light and sympathy. For more than half a century ·Iw captivated her retderi m re porter, feature writer or columnist. Her easy, flowinjr, intimate style was as refreshing as her gentle, lovable personality. She was, above all else, effeminate. . I visited Dorothy Dix bo.'ore she was stricken a .year ago. ! found her slightly deaf, crippled with arthritis, a little spent, but cheerful and optimistic and still doing her daily pieces. In her autobiography s h e wrote of her calling in 1929, *'I lived newspapers, f ate newspapers. I dreamed newspapers, and I dare say I shall go on doing this u n t i l I die. for when we are horn with a thirst for printer's ink, there is no cure for it until death writes '30' at the bottom of your l i f e copy." The most useful woman of .her lime, because she lived, loved imd labored, happiness came to many an aching heart and harmony to many a hearthstone. Soviet KxDIplomat Dies Moscow-(/H)-J;ikob Surits, 70 Soviet ambassador to France ant Germany during the years Naziism's rise, died January 2 after a long illness, it was announced today. Many birds fly non-stop over thousands of miles of open ocean in their migrations. No one yel knows how they navigate. IMMttt OXAMiOi riMH. fevrttovHto. , January 4, 1952 MIW iHs.EnHEe ON '"'[ AH-TMANK GOODNESS- I DONT KNOW WHAT RECORD YOU MEAM, ARE WE GOING TO BE STUBBORN ABOUT THIS? H'M?? DO SOU HEAR ME? I THAT RECORD? ALL I WANT TO · SPINNEP. 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THE MANAGEMENT HAS AUTHORIZED MB TO MAKE YOU A PROPOSITION: ALTEEATIONS/^ s IT IS LIT ONCEEftCH CENTURY TO GUIDE HOWE THE SOUL OF A TRAITOR WHO WAS EXECUTED Ml YEARS AC-0.' , HIS CHIME IMS SO HBNOUSTH«T THE JUDGES RULCO HIS SPIRIT couw Kenan ONLY once . m 100 yfaes WHO LOST BOTH HANDS IN AN EXPLOSION LEARNED TO SHAVE HIMSELF WITH H4S EC60WS/ T« QUARRELING TREES ONLY I CAN'T GEE HOW \, : DOC'S EVt=R GONNA GI£T ) '.· ' KASCALl WHAT WAS TH BIG IDEA, EATIN'TH' BIS IDEA, EATIN'TH 1 COLONEL'S I'OCOEf k- WM fVP RCCK] A A BIG WHALE LIKE YOU / ". .INTO VllSGADGET. 1 _,-':.'·..'. PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK VU.BHLK. IUMUUWI ^L YOU BELONG,.. SOUNDS LIKE RUSSIA... Tilt PllBLIC MUST VOTE I'OK A BOM IP tT VOffS AT ALL ,',' I'LI.GOIVIC MECOllNTd IN DC OLD-FASHIONED WAY. I'LL PUT AIL ME PALS ·IMOITICE- AFH:R i sp P'ROMTHriR Rli'i. PECTIVli CLINKS. O'COURSE/: fe-c^ Tour eptrotien ii a MKCMI, Buck) I ju-: toM an ortkl. obowf it lo · mtdkal mgaazintl" WING OUT A BEAR EXISTENCE am FONDNESS F0« PIANUTS Is likely to be the death of that squirrel sooner' or later, because the Bear »t Washington'i National Zoological park could «coop him up in one fell scoop. Furthermore, the peanuts belong to Uiejwar. Having been thrown to him by visitors. (Intcrnattmmlt " HALLEY GOT A 'YES' ANSWER JUDOIPH HAltET, 38. twice-divorced former Kefauver Investigator who rotle the TV icrcens to presidency ol the New York City council, and Us nurse ot last spring. Janice Brnsh, :n, receive marriage license from M u r r a j Stand in N f w YorK. There lollowed a wedding In chambers of New York State Supreme court. 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Navy 10:00 New Record Releases 10:30 New Record Releases 10:45 finest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Ct.urrh'of Christ 11:45 News at Noon SATURDAY APrCRNOON 12:00 Man on The Farm 12:30 Serenade In Blue 12:45 Drama Time 1:00 Favorites From The Classics 1:30 Favorites From The Classics 2:00 Favorites From The Classics 2:30 Sports, Review 3;00 Saturday Swing Session 3:30 Hawaii Calls 4:00 T.eylan Trio 4:30 TBA S:00 Harmony KanRerj 5:30 Soldiers Serenade 5:4S Preston Sellers 5:55 Cecil Brown Light waves and radio waves are the same except for length. An outstanding flavor--Junge'a Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf AlvertiM In tbe TIMES--It pus If You \X^ear A Half Size 8787 1214-24VS* You'll bo delighted with this handsome practical two piccer t h a t is created especially to flatter the slightly shorter figure. And you can wear it season after season in appropriate fabrics. Pattern No. 8787 Is n scw-ritq perforated pattern in sizes 12 1-2; 14 1-2, 16 1-2, 18 1-2, 20 1-2, 22 1-2, 24 1-2. Size 14 1-2, short sleeves, 5 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, jour name, address, sizo desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Avc. Amcr- kas. New York 19, N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will he ready for you shortly. Send 2,1 cents now for your copy. HEADSfUFFY DUETOCOLDS^ TAKE^r f|rf|s( 666 REUEF

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