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January 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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MAMA KMCW WPP* GOIMG PAST THE MAWET .J V *OT ? -rf Spirit Of Antiquity Surrounds Traveler In Peru Where Incas Established Empire This is one of a series of stories Ed Vandevt'ntfr is w r i t i n g about a t r i p t h r n u f t h South America, He will return in April. By m VANDKVENTKR Here in Peru one feels Ihc .-spirit of a n t i q u i t y hovering flbnut h i m . For srienlists arc working among ruins of c i v i l i z a t i o n s which f l o u r - j bhf'1 r-id vanished long before the mi.i'hlv empire of t h e I n r a s was Citnblished. A m e r i c n n airplanes have located among t h e jungles the nites of many cities, the agn of which gcologisis arc trying lo eslablish. The early Spaniard.-- were not ab'e In learn from their captives any history of the f i r s t men who sctilrrt in I'cru. No one knows where they camp from nor . h o w they arrived. The I n c a s were f u r t h e r ad- j vanced than any other Rroup bund In t h e Americas by the conquerors i from Europe. In sursery they reached the s k i l l of irepannin;; and knev.' hnv.' In clo^c incisions w i t h o u t i n f e c t i o n s developing. They were master a r c h i t e c t s find builders; they hod road?; t h e i r irrigation systems could well he copied today. They marie great progress in agriculture. T h e ' p o t a t o you on joy today v/a/ .developed from .1 w i l d , small tuber. It is csltn.alcd t h a t centuries were required in b r i n g i n g t h e l l a m a and ajpara to the stale (if dometicatim f o u n d by Ihe early 3p.inian'i3. The alpaca has time Ihe P e r u v i a n sheep--the l l a m a 3 bca.-t of burden. The Incas beloved in a Supreme i Boii»?, ami though they paid hom- j^sc to thii Sun, ncvtrtheless they ! fell thai the Sun had to take 1 orders from the crea'nr of the universe. They fuUo'.vetl .socialism I THE GIKLS TELL ME IT MAS TO / WAVE BE PLAVED MOTH INC BACKWARDS V TO SAY IS THAT RIGHT? WAVE THEM BRING UP A DECORO PLAYER WITH A · REVERSE GEAR IN IT. SAM. AND ALSO SEND FOR THE RIFF AND THE D. A. SIT DCWN, \ WERE ALL SPINNER. GOING TO RELAX' J LISTEN TO CAPTURED TOMESNHlMffi ·SHE CHWS WKIWU 10M6-WST1NGTRMT POSES AKE ViW-ETS AM BLUE. rf ... I'M THE tOYf ft. OUT OUR WAY Bv J. R. William] PULL INTO THE CUKS-- r'M GOING TO LOCK WHAT HAPPENED. BftlLEV BUr yOU QOT THE HIGH SCOPE ON THE RAMSE TOCAV WHV MOTHERS GET GRAY SORRY, CHRISTY, $UT I'M AFRAID OUR PLANS FOR DINNER AND TUE.THEATRE ARE OFF. I HAVE TO CATCH A P1ANE FOR SALT IAKEOTY. COMPOUND IT! OUR MIUINS CRtW CUT ISI UTAH IS KINS SliW AT. A DELAY IN RUNNING BOWI! THE CULPRIT COULD MEAN SOMEBOOTS MATH. TKOVRI WMOTR ro* noNTini au nt YOUK joi TO tO, AT T* WOP OF A MAC, TO ANY flMi TMtfM TWNU. MTCAXT I HAVE A COUPLE OF DMfS WITH AW WIFE. SIR? : Believe /t orATot/ TRUCK USING frit SMr\E SET OF IIRL5 F06 1» YEftCS 0«ned tvjcmrt ".RUHick'i.STrrdftr.Ill UNCA DONALP, WE FORGOT TO TEU-OU V'tPON'T U=ftJE_ IT_OH THE TABLE JUST PLueeeo UP.' HAVE T' TAKE OUR GUS eACi,..U'E FIXRO IT. IT DOESN'T WOSK. I'LL GET DRESSED ANDTAK£ITB*CK-; HR5 WORKED FCC Tut SAMEPEHCIUCOMOAKV TSYHiW Ci+v ONE V.ORSHIPIPCA^ CCOUCH \ETUKIMEHMUSTU5E 6URE If 15... VYE9, PUT NOW, VOU IDIOT, THAI'O WHY \ INSTEAD OF ITGOING VOU HAD ME I OfF BACK IN MOO. IT'S LIGHT TH' / GOING TO EXPLODE FUSE.ION'f A RIGHT IIEKE! THE POWDER? AVEEKI IT'S' GOING TO THE TIME-MACHINE 1 D'YA SUPRJSt IT WAD JUST WENT DEAD... / BECAUSE OF THIS CORD I CAN'T UNDER- /I TELL OVER AI=TUR I 6TAKD WHAT / L I T TH' FUSE TO TH' WENT WRONG / BLAOTING POWOKKi PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK HK tMiu: is so / NCfrjusstaas. ttSLL LM« HIH rvu. o'Mwuc- l AH'U see W'^HMMMV KJiTNTGO.T' \ FLOPIVTO AH^rm J M ««.^ HE SCfMS T*BE f"ACIN for a kuiband...Won't you more thoroughly perhaps t h a n any other race anywhere has ever done. ' But they did not have a w r i t t e n language/Dales and number.- lor the empire were kepi by ciuipus or knols, and orators recited stories lold lo them by t h e i r elders out- l i n i n g history for brief periods. A: the peak of its power me empire of the Incas extended 1,300 miles norlh and south along Ihe Andc., m o u n t a i n range; w a s bcuncjid on the cast by the p l a i n s of t h e Amazon and controlled t h e Ian! HI:! people as f a r west as the i'o'.i/i 1 .- ocean. Fr,uici.vo Pizarro with 130 men captured '.he Inca r u l e r in ISM, nearly a i c n l u r y before the p i l - ·trirn.-: landc:! at Plymoutii Rock. He was to be freed a f t e r f i l l i n g a room 22 by 17 feet with gold. But an excuse was fount! lo cxe- ctilc him the next year. Cyclopean ruins, h a v i n g no re- l a t i o n s h i p lo Ihc architeclure of Ihe Incas, show thai a p o w e r f u l empire preceded Ihc Incas. R.F.D. Seven By JACK CARLISLE- It looks like His bridge-gang, l h a l lias been rcpa'rii.g t h e Wc;l Fork Bridge, has jusl thoul won the contest. You sec, the trcn were trying lo put in a lot of new bridge supports and floor:,!.?, is well as repairing a lot of places v.'hcre the guard rail.-: had ooon damaged. The bis trouble was. t h c i i x h , that motorisls were kno^I.'nz c own the railings faster than could be repaired. But by -IjUunnr. t r a f f i c for a tc-.v hours a day, the bridge gang gained cno 1 gh um:; tr catch up. It looks l i k e the job is jus! a b o u t completed. They were very good lo me d u r i n ; these hours when t r a f f i c v.'as bciiig uelourcd. They a l w a y s man.iseri lo f i n d a wa to '- me cross. U wr.s a big help, I' I have toxe. 1 . lo serve near t !gc on ool!i sides. La.-t Tuesday I slupp-.'J at the S t u b b l c f i c l d sale, which was near the Black Oak C h u i l h . It was unbelievable, the n u m b e r I people t h a t a l w a y s t u r n n u t I'cr those sales. Mosl folks do'l't go w i t h t h e i n t e n t i o n of doing any bu.' in?, but they generally do. It -.-.-.Ti near the l u n c h hour when 1 Jot lucre, in I didn'l see much scilih:, done. I did sec them sell T.I i.'o barrel for 51.7S, w h i c h w.xi exnclly Ihe^ price broughl by a jnbii.ti phonograph. Thcr is a big dtm;.nd for barrels. They can be used for m i l k coolers if they are wiicr-.ijihl. The m i l k cans arc =et In the barrc 1 , which is kept H U M w i t h cool walcr, and the m i l k v.'-ll! be nice and fresh when Ihe l u c k r r r i v e s . . . . 1 noticed C l i f f o r d Hicks was b u y i n g ducks. They brought from 50 ccnls to a ricllar each. C l i f f o r d sa.v.s they nisi;? excellent e a t i n g and are no tr.ub'" a'l all to pick, lie says that U.e WH tnrilo I It is to pick off all the big leathers 'in the regular mi.incr nci t h e n ! use niclied p a r r a f i n lor t h e "fuzz." Last Wednesday, i ili-pptd at Ihe W. W. liichesou hcu.f as I came in, to leave a package thai I forgot lo leave on tin. v,-ay oul. I told Mrs. Rlchc.'-un lhal my mind wasn't whal it utcJ to be and she said lhal :.hc was h a v i n g I Ihe same trouble. T h e n she told !mc a b o u t - b a k i n g a batch of Mr. 'rtichcson's favorite ric3 (be day before. They looked u v i i d e i f u l but she neglected lo pui in any sugar. i B u l Mr. Richeson son'crt 'ht problem by eating the pi'm;ikin pin with a layer of jelly on lop. "Pretly good, loo," he reported. A ' prctly good way lo I c l l if anyone is reading your column U lo make an error. I make q u i t e a few error; and. naturally. I gel lols of m a i l . Most of Hicsc errors are so I r i v a l that ii really makes no difference, one v.'jy or the other. However, I rtirred up the Snringdale post o f f i c i last week wiicn, by using the S.jr;nsc'nle PO.-.1 o f f i c e as an illustration, i implied lhal il was a secon.! class posl o f f i c e . 1 actually Minus! I that it was, too. But i had a lettei from Ihe boys up Ihere; ci'.y carrier;, rural carriers and -Ifks-- o;en the postmaster--inviting m.: to come up and look over ' real FIRST class post office. I'm very sorry. The mention o! Ihe old Baldwin coal mines'seems ID have been interesting t o - m a n y people and I believe thai we will d i en entire a r t i c l e on t h a t . 1 have I card of other coal deposits n w i b y an-J we can touch on a:! nf ti rm. So if you h a v e any i n i o r m a t i o n on coal In Washington Co'm'.y. please let me have it. \Ve may even throw- in a picture of two if we call f i n d enough of a n y t h i n g l e f t to take a picture of. Saturday. I became ii J»r buyer. D E Dudley was shu-.vir.g me a b e a u t i f u l red fox that he had trapped i h c night before and 1 was so taken w i t h it that 1 S«\ Mr- Dudley to .--ell it lo me; n-M-iding, of course, t h a t he did the r k i n n i n g . 1 am not sure just whal you can do w i t h a fox hide. Doc.^ anyone know w h a t you put on them 'o make thai inner parl soft and I pliable? I need to Ivnow. I T imagine t h a t Ihe Hogensnns, i who recently moved lo R K D Seven 1 from Montana, are lindni! th'; wcalhci a l i t t l e .niH-.: down hciC. They have movc:l in'.o u.e prop- c i t y iust vacated bv the Kyle f a m - ily. A n o t h e r new ! i r n \ a l on nn. Seven is the Hi76 f n i u l y . They live on t h e Happy Hc'.low iua-1. . . . And all of vou lo'il.j' who are interested in the !iis'.: y ot \ \ a » n - ington County, ' ' l o a t l c n d M3NWA» NIGHT S:(ll) Dinner Music 6 : l f i Slarlisht Time ' 6:3(1 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review Ihc society's "first annu..! dimr-.-. ·"filch is to be held 'r.r.o-'ow nigh', starting at (i:30. Pi ire: V.' Hotel. The food will be Sl-50; tic entertainment frtv. ^ Mexican Labor Sought Little nock-m-R- E. shorl .of ! Brinklcy, Ark., vice, president of i the American Farm Bureau, said ! yesterday Mexican labor is needed i io meet present agriculture pro- duclion goals. Look-Alikes Are So Smart 7:00 Wayne K i n g Show 7 : l f i Clabricl Heatler--M 7:31! R h y t h m i c Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air S:00 BASKETBALL Arkansas Baylor il:3S .lust Music I f l l O n News--M 10:15 Platter Party 11:00 Platlcr Party 11:30 Sign Oft ^ TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N" Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 liise 'N-' Shine 6:30 M a r k e t s and Weather 6:3") Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock T.-lk Time 7:00 Koffee K u p K.ipers 7:30 Olasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade B:'JO Bob Hiirlrigli 8:15 M o r n i n g Devotion 3:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel H y m n s !):00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a N u m b e r I0:0'l Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen (or a Day · 11:00 R h y t h m Ranch Hands :I5 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 M a r k e t Report T U K S D A V AFTKRNOON 2.011 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 NVws al Noon 12:30 C'huckwagon .lamborcc 12:45 Riders of Hie Purple Sa«c 1:0(1 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 A f t e r n o o n Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:2,'i News 2:30 Bob Poole By Sue Burnett .Little girls like (o have a drcs: like mother's and these copy-cat fashions are such fun lo sew. Have Ihe yoke in contrast, if you like. Taltcri! No. 8752 is a sew-rite perforated p a t t e r n in sues 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8 years. Size 4, 2U yards of 39-inch for monotone. Pattern No. H753 is a sew-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12, 11, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, monotone, 4U yards of .til-inch. For these pallerns. send 30c for EACH, plus Sr for firsl-class mailing foi each p a t t e r n ordered, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and Ihe PATTERN M U M - BKH to Sue Burrett, Norlhwrst Arkansas Times, 1150 Avc. Americas, New York 19. N. Y. The new Spring ai*i Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew w i l l he rcadv for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. .1:00 Swing Session :i:.10 Tune Plck'n Ttm§ 4:00 Tune Plck'n Tlmt Tune Plck'n Tlmt 5:00 Sst. Preston S:.10 Sky Kin* 5;SS Cecil Brown EVERYTHING M nUMMNO and SUmiES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVMNMINT AVI.

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