Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 9, 1952 · Page 8
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January 9, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Salt Lake Police Activities To Be Probed · Kidnaping Of Young Boy Brings Action By Mayor Salt Lake City-M'l-.Mayor Karl salesman held a teen-age boy in activity. The salesman, John D. Billctt. 24. nabbed M'.;r day on a bank robbery chaw, is accused of kid- n a p i n g 11-year-uld Richard fiicky Hcndricl:/cn. He was lo be arraigned in City Court today. n i l l e t t also is charged with the $21,000 holdup of a Salt Lake Cily branch Imnk. The bank was robbed Monday and young Hen- drick:;cn released yesterday. 1-Ien- ricksen was held captive, much of the lime chained to a bed, while a search for him spread over the nation. "The house was lc;S than a "search-1' 5 ' 00 ' 5 ' ronl n larse church and war. .nl'ice n c -ilo;»lerl near a biisy intmodion " day, s- .-'urely have foDov.-ed him there." i for the regular monthly business Billett. a salesman \vhcre Ricky x'.'a:,hed Mucstinncd in the lad'n at a lot cars, was disappcar- .incc. Cap:. M. D. MrGinncsi, police plainololhcsrnan division com- ·iKinclr-r, said Billctt had been ·'Inileri" by officers from Novem- 1 u n t i l "about 10 days Mcfjinness said, "willctt knew we were f o l l o w i n g him and always '^ managed lo give us the slin." | Ricky said fc.ir of his l i f e , and I turn Service of the First Melhod- th.il of his family. licpt him from'! ^ church met Tuesday, a f t e r - COME ON. SIT UP--SHOW MR. DITHERS now NICE X!u CAN SIT UP do today ,m,mi,ed investisation i n t o p ile, d u r i n g the 79 days pudgy-cheeked used cai MY WET CLOTHES HAVE FROZgNTO THIS STEELRQOF.' NCW, IM STUCK. BUT WHERE CXD Me CLIMB OUT? MEANWHILE, SPIWNH7. WHO HAS SCAMPERED ATOP A SHED WITH A CORRUGATED STEEL ROOF. HAS A NEW _ MUST HAVE LEAPED INTO THE DITCH AND THGOUGMTHE ICE. YOU » DOING- IT SEEMS EASIER IF YOU'RE CHEWIN6 a l t r m p t i n j ; lo cscn;:c. He claimed SURPRISE RAP WITH A NKKTIE Bv J. R. Williams' UT OUR WAY ( NEVER MIWP--TH HOSS IS GITTIN)' WELL SINCE i ASKED tXJ-WE rOM'T HAVE TO SIOOT HIM.' IM SURE 1 CSOT SOME CARTRIDGES HERE SOME PLACE- THEV WAS A COUPLE IM A JELLY TAR.' I FEES1T IF THEY WAS Fid? A pivrni ^ ^ i . OWE OF THE MEW STRUCK OIL! MY CUWWOY WAS CUT JM THE Flt'L'D LAST Wb'KK, DIGGING FOXHOLES.. LIT Ttt I'D LIKE VUJ STBAtSI-ITEN FOK AAE, THE KIRIMS SQUAD ,, ,,,,,,_ / IN VIlW Of THS EVIDENCE IIFOSEME, IT / if iMS PUIU TU»Ttf!. SAWVES ACTED WISW ( IN 5ELP-DIFENSF, X UNO W (SHOUNDS \ F« HOLCINS HMIHTHC DEATH OP \ IOOR ZA7AROF. I'M NtRI, SIR, »UT I'M N01 HIND. 1 TRIED TO WASN MR, S»WYtR TMAT AM?. ZA70ROF MIAWT TO KILL HIM. WHEN t COULDN'T FIND HIM, I TOOK THE FIELD GLASSES...AMD I RYING TO PULL MR. SAWYER OVER THE CLIFF. UAWMR.S»WYS?'5 !HOt COA1S OFF.., AND AW. TAIAROP FALL PO.ICI «KUT M«. ZAUMOFI FN.I. ILINDSIRl?HM WO YOU KNOW HC FtLLf IT IS ONE FOOT L0r teip P45 W LEGS 6 SETS w TWINS ARE MHPEROARfEH PUOL5 at Pattomiiie (jiade sdiooi, HAVEN'T HAP I AUTO SUPPLY|;THAT PAKT ' SON.THUKE J JUST ONE PLACET'CAM SET /MOPE. BUT s-'AMGHT-T JDMES'S 3UNK WHO WEIGHED 600 POUNDS iOST324 POUNDS IN OME WKKf OH.DEAR.THI6 15 IMrOSSIBLU.' THERE JUST CAN'T BU ANYTHING WRONG; ALLEY, I JU01 CAN'T SEE ANY/ Y'C^N'r KEA5ON FOR / EH? WELL, OLD DINNJY / LltMMr-' ACTING UP \ OHOW THIGWAY.' V .YOU.' WHY. MYG1AKO THOSE LOOK ALMOOT LIKtV WHATCHft. TEETH / MEAN.AL- MARK9/ I MO3T?THEY AKE TEETH MAKKD PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK AJAX BOWL IfJG ALLEYS FO5DICK MONT DIE- MIS PLAN WIU.GO WRONG. S-SOMEHO\V.'.' AH GOT FAITH IM HIM. WHAT A .^- tF IXISOICK IS QOOO AN' DAID -- MC8BE YO'I.I. PAY 6OME IN YtSTERDAV S 'FEARLK.'j TOSDICK'STBIR FOSDICK AID Mt HAD A -MASTE- - - - KILL NOT ONLY TH him well fed and lupplled with comic books. Billed ^as arrested In a downtown department store tea room. Ricky said Billett had driven him pan the Hcndricksen home several limes. He said he had written his i n i t i a l s on his hands "in case 1 was murdered." served us «cort her* for Pvt. Darl D. Dixon, who was killed in Korea in 1950. E. Hitler, projrair chairman, presented the . speaker. In addition to the guest speakci there was one' other Kuest, R. R. Sanders. Scrircant Shclton left Tuesday to return to his station in California. The Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the lounge of the Fi.-st National Bank. Miss Man| dine Parish was in charge of the Don A, Shepherd, son nf Mr. business meetins in the absence and Mrs. Arch Shepherd of the of Miss Mary Sellers, the presi- Sprwgdale Harmon c o m m u n i t y near Spring- r!alc. is stationed Calif., where he in San Dieno, receiving his basic training in the United States Navy. The Women's Misrionary Society dent. Miss Mary Sollars, Miss Maudinc Parish, Miss Bernice Thurmond and Mrs. Nora Linsle- bach w i l l attend a state meeting in Little Dock January ID and 20. Plans were made for the next Jenter and l e a v e the house at least of the First Baptist Church met mcetins. which will be nn edu- somcone I Tuesday a f t e r n o o n at 2 o'clock'cation and vocation. Mrs. Lingln- ; bach will be in charge of the Mrs. Lewis Epley, the president, was charge and brought the devotional at the beginning of the meeting. Reports were heard from all committee and circle chairmen. It was voted to have the resular royal service program and cooperative luncheon Tuesday. J a n u a r y 15. Circle meetings w i l l be held, the fourth Tues- .lanuary 22. Women's Society of Chris- prozram. The Women's Missionary Ko- rictv of the Presbyterian Church met" Trcsday. The Evening Circle met at the home of Mrs. Carl Tomhlc at 7:30. The A f t e r n o o n Circl- met at 2 'clock at the home of Mrs. L. A. Smith on Maple Drive. Mrs. J. A. Bradley was hostess. Marriages noon at 2:15 at the church. Mrs Margaret Talc was in charge of Benlonville-(Spcdal)-Only 43 the program. Mrs. Nora Weber marriage licenses were issued in " thoughts; R c n ion County in the period between January 1 and yesterday this area in- brought the devotional at the beginning of the meeting. The Lucy Clark Circle acted as hostess lor the day. The Women's Foreign Missionary Society. of the Church of the Nazarene met Tuesday afternoon 2 o'clock at the church. Mrs. Claude Mills, president, was in charge of the meeting. "Send the Light.v was sung by the congregation for the opening of the incct- ins. Roll call was answered by each person reading a scripture from the missionary Those from noon. eluded: Billy Duncan and Georgia Barnc;, both of Siloam Springs, married December 31 by Justice of the Peace J. V{. Farley. George Larkins and Mclba Redd," both of Bcntnnville, married' January 2 by the Rev. James A. Word. Ward F. Trammell and Norma Larrayne Shelley, both of Siloam Springs, married January 2 by the Itcv. Allen D. Stewart. Lee Roy Scott and Mava Holland, both of Gentry, married January 6 by the Rev. Bob Edwards. Lindscy G. Douthit of Siloam Mclva Dean W i l l i s of married January 2 of the Peace W. D. Jdckion. meeting rcfrcshmcrits were served j ciaylon R. Crosby of Ander- thc hostess. | sorli j^ a _ : anc | M a r y Bell Mcnsley alphabet. Mr?. H a r v e y Grccnlee read a poem, "Somebody Prayed." Mrs. D. E. Scott completed the teach- in" of the book on South American countries where Nazarene missionaries arc now at work. ^__^ ^ ^ The St: Raphael's A l t a r Society j Springs nnc | j met Monday night at the home of w ., ltSi okla., Mrs. Paul Burgess on North Main , n , j 1]5lice 0 Street at 7:30. At the close of the ' An outstanding flavor- Roman Meal Bread. Junge's 1 1-19-lt Mrs. C l i f t o n Bell left Tuesday · f c,. avc t tc married J a n u a r y 0 by lo join her husband, \vho_ is c h a p - ! lne Rev Alan , in Crosby, lain for the 10th Field Hospital ml Wi-rtzbJrg. Germany. She \ v r n t i from Springdale to Fort H a m i l - l ton, N. V., and from there to Ger- . many. She has been staying here : in Sprinp,dale for the past year I with her mother, Mrs. Effic Goree, her sistcj', Mrs. \V. C. StruebinR, and her brother. Raymond Gorcc.j Guest speaker at the R o t a r y ! Club luncheon Monday was Set. I William Shclton. He has spent j some six years in the Army, much of that time overseas. He is now stationed in Oakland, Calif. He Tops In Junior . Styles WBDNkOUAI K V b N l N 6:00 Dinner Music" 6:1S Starlight lim* 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sport» Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel llcattcr--M 7:30 Itythtnic RendeWous 7:45 L'ombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry--News 8:05 The Midden Truths 8:30 MGM Musical Theatre 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MOBNINO S:30 Riit N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N" Shine 5:30 Markets and We»ther 6:35 Rise N" Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:IO Koffce Kup Kapert 7:30 Otasco N«w» 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition fl:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 0:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a Numbr" 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 631 Sue Burnett Here's the very newest in dale frocks for the fashion-wise j u n i o r miss! Slim, clean-cut lines and slanted accent on waist and skirt arc details t h a t are certain to please. And note the large buttons. Pattern No. 8785 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11. 12, 13. 14. 16, 18 Size 12, 4 yards o[ 39-inch For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, siza desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Amer- kas. New York 19. N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your ropy. 11 :OM Ithythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Dauckage Commentary 11:25 News . 11:30 Chrreh of Christ ll:45/Wusical Roundup 11:55 Markets THIHSSDAT AITMNOON 12:00 Hymns o( All Churehe.i 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon .lamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage N»l and Smirtly Styled Halt- cuti and Good Clean Shavtt HAIRCUTS ONLY SOc WHITE'S BARBER SHOP 405 W. DICKSON 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2.110 Ladles Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Bob Poole .1:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pickn' Time 4:00 Tune PIck'n Timt 4:30 Tune PIck'n Tlmt lookt tike on ompotolion, Ooc...W«'v« got r.h«v« Ittt boll (or Id' tournament tonight!" 5:00 Set. Preston ol the Yukon 5:30 Sky King S:SS Cecil Brown L O A N S licenstd Pawnbroker Expert Watch Rtpairing ROCHIER'S JEWELRY Seulk SM» EVERYTHING M FAYETTEVILLI IRON and METAL CO. OOVMNMINT AVI

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