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LISTEN, I SMELLED IT FI3ST SMELL SPARERIBS AMD ITS COMING FROM OUR MOUSE . I'M STAPVEO TONIGHT.' WONDtR WHAT HAVINS FOR SUPPER 5UREf STEAM J FPOM. f WE KNOWVjfWERE RISING FROM SPINNERS I YOU ARE.SPINNER' ONE OF THE WET I L COME OUT WITH M3OR PIPES. \ CLOTHES!! L. HANDS UPT NOW-DOM3U SEE TOWAQOTHESUN OUT OUR WAY WEVE MAD A LOT OF MIKHS LATtLV AMD I l r " ·) w^ARiMG our / by MIL WU TAK£ A LOOK AT MV TOO. CXX? 0 IUZ TURNS IN HIS REPOR1 i / §UT AT IfMT /1 SHOULD THIN IN /MY*WO«T,AN«l- l rra wwicmwr, ANP \TONIWTWW.LDO XKC /CONQMTUIAriOKS/ V liato! sweu. \ JOB; Slory Of Contrasts In The World Famed City Of Kings; Lima Has Population Of A Million This is one of a scries of storiesi Ed Vandeventcr is w r i t i n g about i * t r i p through South America.! He will r e t u r n in A p r i l . BV KD VANDEVENTER Lima, Peru-From ."Saints i o j Sinners" would be a Rood caption j for tliis Ktory nf contrasts in the world f a m e d "City of Kings." I I m m e d i a t e l y a f t e r l e a v i n g a ' I magiilfleant c a t h e d r a l , w i t h m a n y ] natives p r a y i n g before jfV'genus' a l t a r s erected t o t h e i r f a v o r i t e saints I rode t h r u o g h the extensive rerl. l i g h t district--sircfet a f t e r 1 street, block a f t e r b l o c k -- w i t h ! TI lipped women w a v i n g i from t h e i r windows. The wood p a n n e l i n g nt their cribs is a bit over w a i s t h u h . The s h u t t e r s above are open so the inmalos can dis- p l a y the upper part nf their bodies. C h i l d r e n r a n g i n g In age from seven to 15 v/erc p l a y i n g on t h e sidewalks close enough to s h a k e hands w i t h the Sinners. a ha* a p o p u l a t i o n of app r o x i m a t e l y onr m i l l i o n i n c l u d i n g suburbs. The Santa M a r i a docked a t t h e port o f C a l l a o . I t i is hut an e i g h t - m i l e t r i p to t h f ! c a p i t a l by t r a i n , t r a m w a y or t a x i . | Pir.arro look s u f f i c i c n i recess from his m u r d e r i n g of lnc?.s t o ' f o u n d the city of t . i m a in liiS."). i Me l a i d nut a large Moorish p l a z a , ' w h i c h he surrounded by n g o v e r n - i ment house on one side, a cathedral on the ca-l and two of · 'portals' in conversational Span-1 ish style. . i Thus the Plaza dc Annas is not | o n l y the s t a r t i n g point f o r t h e ] history of I.ima but it is also the j center of the present g o v e r n m e n t . ! ""··* f:?i'"dral i 1 ? the m a i n attraction for tourists. While the 1 o r i g i n a l b u i l d i n g w a s destroyed b y j an e a r t h q u a k e the same corner stone laid by Pi/.arro was used for the present .structure. One indeed \»oulrt need bo a master of words to dcscribp the splendor of the r n t h c d r n l . The m a i n a l t a r is m a d e of s i l v e r . Statues, p a i n t i n g s and lace w o r k are very impressive. Near t h e | s i l v e r a l t a r t h e c a r v i n g on mahogany and dark cedar is e x q u i - l site. But nf most hiterrst to \ r isitors in the chapel w h e r r lies the m u m - 1 my of Pi?.arro, w e l l preserver! in! a g l a ; s v a c u u m . 'I he conqueror's e n t r a i l s are kept in two glass jars. Pixarro was murdered by fi\-c m i l i t a r y men HJ he sat e a t i n g his d i n n e r in his home in the o r i g i n a l Palace of t h e Viceroys, site of t h C j b e a u t i f u l palacio, or g o v e r n m e n t ) hn- -«. pr to' 1 ? 1 '. | One Spanish word I knew en-; a l t l c u me \n t a k e pictures in color! of I n d i a n cunrds n t Ilic gates a n d 1 n e a r t h e e n t r a n c e t o t h e palace.j A f t e r conferences nt the sates one j j r u a r d dcc-idcd to tako it up w i t h 1 a n o f f i c e r i n t h e b u i l d i n g . H e ! f i n a l l y came hack to Hio gate a n d | escorted me" to the officer. M o l d i n g my camera a n d pro- n o u n c i n g color a^ t h e Spanish do, I ?sked h i m : " P r r m i l a m r ? " lit smiled p n d i n d i c a t e d it would be oliny w i t l i h i m . You liave mil. seen any combi-j n a t i o n of b r i g h t colors u n t i l y o u ] have a look at these Folcmnfaccd Indians w i t h their cay u n i f o r m s . Mexico City claims its prcat c a t h e d r a l is the largest ccclcstias- tical s t r u c t u r e in the Western Hemisphere. Lima declares w i t h emphasis t h a t i t s c a t h e d r a l has- Christ has n a t u r a l n a i r on me head-something I never had seer I I 1 L . I U i l l U H i r i n g ' about (he church. I n a l l the l a r ? c e d i f i c e s n a t i v e s In a l l the I a r ? c ccnnces nauvcs vcrc playiniT. Some sii for h o u r s icforc llicir f a v o r i t e Saint ur a show in polite society the pictures I .took. The Plaza de Toros ( p a r k of b u l l s ) ranks next to one or two '. of the largest bull rinjfs in Spidn. ; I took pictures of La Crt.si DC La Inquisition) Ihc house of the i n q u i s i t i o n ) . But t h e i n s t r u m e n t s of torture have- been removed from it to the N a t i o n a l Museum. A l l t h r o u g h South America you run across the name of M a r t i n . In t h e Plaza San M a r t i n here there is a large c q u s t r i a n statue ! to ( h e f a m o u s A r g e n t i n e jjcnci.il. Wise tourist;; arrange a long j enough stay in Peru to see the j ruins of the Incn empire. * Modesty is u n k n o w n . A f r a i d I w i l l not be able to »ATUr.D/,» EVBM.MU 6:00 Lombards un the Air fi:IS Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 20 Questions 7:30 A d v e n t u r e s of Mazic I -- 8 THAT'5 FUNNY...THE T1MP- MACHINE JU9T WENT DEAD.' THERE IN MOO TO TAKE A BITE OUtA OU OIMNY » ftURt GONIsA BE GUWRIftED) FU6 AND VlL WHEN A CAN OF BLASTING ( 5CND IT ON POM5ER 5HOW6 UP. A ITGWAY -c/\/?/?v//v' n/'/vov \-xs - \vtu. Hfl wnury; oowov Bv J R. William* HERE--WHEN DU FAKJS THE TAMS OJ THE PDCiE OF THE GARBAGE CAM, BAMG THE t.ip-5 TOO, SO THEY'LL F IT/ -' WHV MQ-|i:fc:C5 GET CRAY ,. lilL^i'' 1 ' 8:00 BASKETBALL A r k a n s a s At U n i v e r s i t y of Texas 0:15 Musical Interlude Hl:00 Comedy of Krrors 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 News 1:111) Dance Orch. 1:30 Sign Off SUNDAY MORNING 7:00 Freedom Story 7 IS Music (or Sunrtaj 7:30 M u s i c for Sunday 8:00 Church of thrill 8:30 Kaycttcville Baptist Assn. 8:15 Sunday Serenade J):00 Sunday Serenade 9:15 The Story B e h i n d the Song 9:30 Voice of Prophecy Clay ion Rand Says: The American Telephone Com' nany yays' W a s h i n g t o n , D. C., is j the l a i k i n g c s l city in t h e world. j at lea si ii has more telephones, per capita, t h a n any other city. ' According to the company, N r w York City leads in the n u m b e r nf nhoncs, w i t h :j.l37,'!0n of t h e m , but W a s h i n g t o n leacks in t h e n u m b e r of phones and extensions per person. The average number in the entire United States is 23.1 per 100 persons, which is n i n e limes t h e world average. Bui our blab- b i n g Babel fcas 60.G phones per 100 person?. It isn't stated how m a n y of these phones arc p r i v a t e and how many public, but. It's safe to .say the city's telephone bills are pnid by I he t a x p a y e r s , which encourages conversation. Then Washington enjoys t h e highest per canita of consumption of whiskey in t h e world, ?nd n o t h i n g loosens tongues at b o t h i ends l i k e alcoholic s t i m u l a t i o n . And most of t h e residents of the C a p i t a l City t a l k e d their \VH.V i n t o public o f f i c e nr onto the federal p a y r o l l to beuin w i t h . They are nrofcssional talkers. And the most i n t e n s i v e c o n c e n t r a t i o n of b u r e a u - c r a t i c jrovcrnmcnl on r a i l h , o u t side nf London and Moscow, is in W a s h i n g t o n . For 13 years now the city has run at the mouth. Washington leads the w o r l d in thr per c a p i t a consumption of whiskey, in wild rumors, p u b l i c scandals a n d the n u m b e r of phones. There's more to t a l k about in Washington lhan in any other c i t y . 10:00 Sacred Heart Profiim 10:15 T I M E S M o r n i n g Newt Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 1G:45 H a r d i n g Hymns j 11:00 First Baptist Church j SUNDAT AFTERNOON I 12:00 News with Vandcvcnlcr I 12:15 Melodies for you | 12:30 Show Tips and Show Tui.er -Believe/tor^ot/ we CHURCH THAT WAS REBUILT FOR A SINGLE GRAVE/ fT.MMlTM. Laon .FVaue WAS EX7ENOEO* FE,:T To EMBRACE THE TOMB OF RMUL SIRE it COUCV WHOPIEOINTHE 7ffi CRUSHES ' COH5I5T5 OF Ml ASSORTMENT OF SMCUS MID BOCKS t STRUNO1MCTHER far dauglitfrof pcft Joseph fltidison COULD RECITE FROM MEWORY EVERV LINE WRITTEN BV HER FATHER -A TOTAL OF MORE THM I.OOO.OOO WORDS.' yfrSHEIVAS SOffULf IHIHDED SHf COULD nor wire A COHERENT SENTENCE.I PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK 1:00 Top Tunes with Trendler 1:30 B i l l C n n n i n g h a m 1:45 Piano Portraits 2:00 Banrlsland U.S.A. 2:30 Air Force Hour 3:00 Oklahoma City Symphony 4:00 The Shadow 4:30 True Dctcutivc 5:00 5:30 5:55 Sunday Down South Nick Carter . Cecil Brown 6:00 8:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 SUNDAY NIGHT A f f a i r s of Peter Salem News Christian Science Program Gabby Hayes Show Methodist Church 8:30 Favorite Stories a:OII 9:30 9:45 Top Ten Top Ten Top Ten University Hour New;; Dance Orch. Sign Off 5:30 5.50 MO\tAV MORNING Rise N' Shine ' RFD 1450 6:00 Ri=e N" Shine 6:30 M a r k e t Report »nd Weithet 6:35 Rise i!' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Korfee Kup Knpen 7:30 otaaco N'ewt 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert H u r l c i g h -- M B:15 M o r n i n g Devotion (1:30 TIMES M o r n i n g Edition 8:45 llolsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 M o r n i n g Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 R h y t h m R a n c h Hands 11:15 Rauckage Commentary 11:25 News 11:30 Church (if Christ ll:4." M u s i c a l R o u n d u p 11:55 M a r k e t Report MONtMV AFTHRNOON 12.00 H y m n s of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 1 2 : 3 0 - C h u c k w a g o n Jamboree 12:45 Rltlrrs of the Purple Sage llw'i«H ywn, twck-Hop. I didn't 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varietir.i 2:00 I n d i e s Fnir 2:25 News 2:30 Pools Paradise 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:0(1 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time S:00 Unhby Benson 5:30 W i l d Hill Hlckork .VM Cecil Brow* Traininq Sessions For Club Officers Slated B c n h m v i l l c - (Special) - T w n t r a i n i n g m e e t i n g s for o f f i c e r s of home demonKli'jitioii club^ in Bcnton C o u n t y w i l l be held .Janu a r y I T nnrl 18. Miss Clara R u l h G r i m e s , child d e v e l o p m e n t anrl f a m i l y l i f e . l pe- c i a l i s t . and Miss Mary I . n u i f c Rye, northwest district home demons t r a h o n asent, will a t t e n d Ilie m e e t i n g at 1:3(1 p. m.. J a n u a r y 17 in the E d u c a t i o n a l b u i l d i n s of the MediorMst Church at Gentry. The other m e e t i n g w i l l lie held at 1:30 J a n u a r y 18 in I h c Y o u t h C e n t e r nf St. Vincents C a t h o l i c Church in Rogers. "Don't W R I N t i Tour Hindi -RING 214 for WANT ADS." So Wonderfully Simple By Sue Burnett Here is a neat and simple frock for d a y l o n g wear t h a t even a beg i n n e r can m a k e w i t h case. Just two main pattern pieces--and a clearly illustrated sew c h a r t to guide vou smoothly and q u i c k l y . Pattern Nn. R771 is a scw-rite perforated p a t l r r n i n sizes I I , Ifi, Ifi, 20; 40. 42, 44, 4(i. Sue 1C, 3'» yards nf 39-inch. . For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, .tour name, address, sizo desired, and the PATTF.RN N U M - tJF.n to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas. New York If), N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Ilasic F A S H I O N (or women who sew w i l l he ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. EVERYTHING M MI surnin FAYITTEVILLE IKON and METAL CO. OOVHNMINT AVI.

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