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COME BIT UP" SHOW MR. DITHERS HOW NiCE VOU CAN SIT Salt Lake Police Activities To Be Probed * .-.lcMiian held i teen-age bay in .a Hivity. The salesman, John D. Billed, hank nd Â«uppliÂ«r| with served ts Â«cort here for Pvt. Darl D. Dixon, who was killed in Kores in 1950. E. It. nitler, proxrair. him well fed comic hooks. Billr.tt i^as arrested In Â» down- Inwn department store tea room. robbery diarsc'/i-'acci'sed'ofli'd- "-^ ** M Bill( '' t h a f l l l r i v c n h i m naping 11-year-old Richard Ricky PÂ»*l lhÂ« Hendncksen home several f'cn(iricl:.'rn. He was to be ar- chairman, prcsente.d the speaker Kidnaping Of Young Boy Brings Action By Mayor Salt Lake City-(/P)-Mayor Karl fllarte. ioriay prnmi.cd a " 5cl , rul ,. I'''"^ from a l.rse church and was ing" investigation into police nc . | oraled near a m.sy inte ; .HCction ivities d u r i n g !he 7(1 days that Â° f^.' 1 " ^ ^ ' ? TM" a , f ' ? raisncd in City Court today. Billetl also is charged with the J21.00U holdup of a Salt Lake City branch Imnk. The bank was robbed Monday and young Hen- diickfjcn released yesterday, lien- ricksen was held captive, much ot the time chained to a bed, while a search for him spread over the nation. "Tiie house was le.-'s than a young, pudgy-checked u.sed car =~:m--~-----r--.'-r- --^-.-11.---^ ' OI1CC enter and leave the house at least day. .vi .-urely someone said initials on his hands was murdered." In addition to the guest spcakci there was one' other guest, n. K. his | Sanders. Sergeant Shelton Ic.l "in case I i Tuesday lo return to his station in California. The Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the lounse of t h e . First .National Bank. Miss Mau- dinc Farish was in charge of the Don A. Shepherd, son of Mr. business meetins in the absence and Mrs. Arch Shepherd of the of Miss Mary Sellers, the prcsi- Hannon c o m m u n i t y near Spring-, dent. Miss Mary Scllars, Miss (Sale, is stationed in Sari Dicro, Maudinc Farish, Miss Bernice Springdale a Ricky washed cars, was frjcstioncd in the lad's disappearance. Cap.. ,M. D. McGinncs.-:, po- iicc plaincldthesman division com- iiiuider, raid B i l l r l t had hccn "tailed" by officers from Novcm- lier 1 u n t i l "about 1C riays ago." McGinnc.w said. "Billctl knew we were following him and always managed In give u^: the sliu." Ilicky said f c n r of his l i f e , and I ti a n Service th.it of his family, kept him from'' i s t church BUT WHERE DID HE MeANVvT-ilL.E.6PIKJN[37,WMO HAS SCAMPERED ATOP A SHED WITH A CORRUGATED STEEL ROOF. MAS A NEW \AORRY. YOU A DOING- IT SEEMS IF YOU'M CHEWIN6 a t t e m p t i n g lo escape. He claimed Bv J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY NEVER MINJP --TH ROSS IS GITTIM' ASKED 1OU--WE ..AND OME OF THE MEN STRUCK OIL! MY CCWFW1V WAS cur.iM .i THE P - ' ,'( LAST WEEK, DIGGIMS vÂ«( FOXHOLES.. fcvsy--- / lÂ« VUW Of THE EVIDENCE HFOSt WE, IT / SEiMS flUH THATA'.e. JAWS? ACT6D Â»CULV I IN SEUF-DtCENSr. I UNO k.'0 GROUNDS \ FOR HOLDING KM IN THE DEATH OF V IGDK IMAKOF I'M NiRI, SIR/ Â»UT I'M MOT Â§LIND. I TRIED TO WARN MR, SAWVIff THAT AW. ZA7Â«Â«OF MEANT TO KILL HIM. WHEH I COULDN'T PINP HIM, I TOOK THE FIELD CLASSES...AMD I 5HWMR.TA7AKOF TRYING TO PULL MR. SAWYER OVER THE CUFF. ISAWMS.SWYiR'S 5HOI toMt OFF.., AND MB lit, rr WM I WHO uanntp Txt POICI Â«KUT**.ZAtMOTi rÂ«.L. *Â»Â¥ ITMTtfYf BeKo?c It or Not! RUT AMNT WU NÂ«l, THI ILINDSIUTHM WO .YOU KNOW MI Â«Uf 6 SETS Â«= TWINS ARE KINDERGARTEN PUPILS it Psltomille Ordde Stlwol, Wissoun SON JUST ONE PLACE V CAM SET THIS.,--- 'NOPE. BUT y'AMSHT-TQV JONES'S JUMK WHO WEIGHED 600 POUNDS IQST324 POUNDS IH ONE WKK.t PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK HtRl-Vt ttOHT DIE- If THE MORNING HIS PLAN ^A PAPER, SON.'.' WILI.GO WRONG, S-SOMrrMOW.'.' AH GOT W VtSTtRDAV S FEARLI-S'j FOSOICK'STRIR FOSOlCK SAID Ht HAD A'MASTER PUAM" T KILL NOT ONLY TH' BOM'- Bur-SÂ».'. r VO'I.L PWV SOME. ATT'L'N SHUM Calif., where he is receiving his basic training in the United States Navy. Tiie Women's Missionary Society j Thurmond and Mrs. Nora Lmsie- bach will attend a stale meeting in Little Rock January 19 and 20. Plans were made for the next of the First Baptist Church m e t ' meetins, which will be on crtu- Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock cation and vocation. Mrs. Lingle- could have followed him there." j for the regular monthly business, bach will be in charge of the Billctt. a salesman at a lot | session. Mrs. Lewis Epley, the program, 'president, was in charge and brought the devotional at the bent the meeting. Reports met Trcsday. The Women's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Chiirrli ginmne were heard from all committee and circle c h a i r m e n . It was voted to have the regular rnynl service program and cooperative luncheon Tuesday. J a n u a r y IS. Circle meetings will be hekl the fourth Tues- dav, J a n u a r y 22. . | The Women's Society of Chris-1 :e of the First Method- met Tuesday, afternoon at 2:15 at the church. Mrs. Margaret Tale was in charce of the program. Mrs. Nora Weber broufiht the devotional thoughts The Evening Circle home of Mrs. Carl Tnmljlc at 7:30. The Afternoon Circl" met at 2 'clock at the home of Mrs. L. A. Smith on Maple Drive. Mrs. J. A. Bradley was hostess. Marriages Bcntonville-(Special)-Only 43 marriage licenses were issued in Benlon County in the period between J a n u a r y 1 and yesterday noon. Those from this area included: / Billy Duncan and Georgia at the beginning of the meeting. The Lucy Clark Circle acted as hostess for the clay. The Women's Foreign Mission- ^ ary Sociely.of the Church of the, B al - nc .-, both of Siioam Springs, Nazarene met Tuesday afternoon n , an -j cc i December 31 by Justice at 2 o'clock at the church. Mrs. o( (),, peace J. V(. Farley. Claude Mills, president, was in; George Larkins and Mclba charitc of the mcclinit. "Send the j rjerid,' both of Bentonvillc, married 1 ,y the congrcga- January 2 by the Rev. James A. Lisht.V was sung by lion for the opening of the meet- 1 inu. Roll call was answered b y j each person reading a scripture from the missionary Mrs. Harvey Grccnlce road poem, "Somebody Prayed." Mrs. D. F,. Scott completed the teaching ot the book on South Amcri-, j a n u a r y $ can countries where Nazarenc missionaries arc now at work. Word. Ward F. Trammell and Norma cripturc L a r r a y n e Shelley, both of Siioam lphabet.l S p r i n g S i mHn i cc | J a nuary 2 by " ' t h e Kev. A l l e n D. Stewart. Lee Hoy Scott and M a v a Holland, both of Gentry, married by the Rev. Bob Edwards. Limlscv G. Douthit of Siioam The St: Raphael's A l t a r Society S p r j n B S ; ' I1U | Mclva Dean Willis ot I met Monday niRht at the home 9ij\ v ,,tt s okla., married January 2 ' Mrs. Paul Rurgess on North Main , )v J u s l j c e 0 [ the Peace W. D. Street at 7:30. At the close of the j; ck , on ncctins refrcshmerlts were served' Clayton B. Crosby of Andcr- by the hostess. \ son. Mo., and Mary Bell Hcnsley Mrs. Clifton Hell l e f t Tuesday, of G r a v c t t e married January C by to join her husband, who_ is c h a p - , , he Rev j j a r v i n Crosby, lain for the loth Field Hospital in . Wl-rtzbllrs. Germany. She went from Sprin.gdalc to Fort Hamilton, N. Y.. and from there to Germany. She has been staying here, in Springdalc for the past year! w i t h her mother, Mrs. Effic Goree, I her sister, Mrs. W. C. Strucbing, and her brother. Raymond Gorcc. Guest speaker at the Rotary j Club luncheon Monday was Sgl.i W i l l i a m Shelton. He has spent some six years in the Army, much ot that time overseas. He is now stationed in Oakland, Calif. He An outstanding flavor- Roman Meal Bread. -Jungc'3 11-19-tf Tops In Junior Styles WEDNKSUAI 6;00 Dinner Music' 6:15 Starlight limt 6:30 Newt 6:45 Ozark Sportu Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Hcatter- M 7:30 Hythmic Rendezvous 7:45 L'ombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry--News 8:05 The Hidden Truths 8:30 MGM Musical Theatre 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Tarty 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MOBNINQ S:30 Riie N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine Markets and WeÂ»ther 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffce Kup Kaperi 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion R:30 TIMES Morning F.dition 8:45 Holstim Gospel Hymns 9:00 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 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 nauckage Commentary 11:25 News , 11:30 Chrrch of Christ 1 l:45/1V1usical Roundup 11:55 Markets 878 IMS By Sue Burnett Here's the very newest in date frocks for the fashion-wise junior miss! Slim, clean-cut lines and slanted accent on waist and skirt arc delails that are certain to please. And note the large button.-. Pattern No. 8785 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12, 13, 14. 16, 18 Size 12, 4 yards of 39-inch For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, sin desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas. 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. THURSDAY AFTBIINOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:1,1 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladles Fair 2:2,"! 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