Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 19, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 19, 1952
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THE C.'ltY TIME 1 EVEC GOT IN WITHOUT WAKU.C (IP BLOIJOIE". SHE WASN'T HOHC! 1 .NCvfR KNEW THAT CAV,[ LA5T OH BOY I MOPL- CAN GET IN SEC WITHOUT WAVINC BLONO'E BUT -vUJ KILLED MIM.' T MEN, MfXJ SHIPPED HIM AMD V .OUR- 'iELF A'.VAV IM A PACKING CASE. THAT WOULOMT GIVE VOU I.1UCM Gf?eXJNDS FOR LENIENCV, WOULD IT. PINNEP? HECK. HO.' 1 W/iMTCD IT BACK TO PRESERVE IT.' IT PROVES THE CUSTODIAN CONCEIVED THIS WMGL!£ TIIEN.VOU DIDNTWAMT THIS RECORD BACK "IO TBOV IT. EH. LTVKE'S "COCKTAILS FOR TWO"CM ONE SIDE. AND A CONSPIRACV ON THE OTHER E MABEL'S BEAUTV SALON -TO--.-- MAKE WRINKLES VANISH V/MOW, 60NT BE SCARED, i ·· GIBUE. NOBODY'S GOKHA .,'? HURT YOU AStOHS W ,, I-I- ,JV YOU 00 WHWYOU'RE ^fe- r .. I'-"'' \ TOLD./-V-- |£i (II LOOKS UP, I'STARTIEDTO SEE A MASKED MAN WITH A SUN Anderson Says Mr. Truman Likely To Run 'Never Quits A Fight," New Mexico Senator Recalls WashlnKlon-M'l-Prcsidcnl T r u man's reported rcmar!. he tins "never q u i t a fifjht" was seen by Senator Anderson ( D - N M ) today as a new indication the vliicf cx- ttiUlve w i l l seek another term. Senator H u m p h r e y I D - M i n n l entered the March !3 Minnesota presidential primary as a "favorite ,;on" c a n d i d a t e , nut Humphrey said he did it at the president's request. H u m p h r e y insisted he has no W h i t e House ambitions, and said i lie vote.- of Mr, state's Democratic- Farmer-Labcir delegation would be cast (or Mr. T r u m a n at the ·Inly n o m i n a t i n g convention if the president bids for reelection,. I f Mr. Truman doesn't bid, Sen- alor K c f n u v c r ( D - T c n n ) would m a k e a "very w o n d e r f u l " "resi- d e n t i a l nominee for the Democrats, Humphrey siiirl. hove\ LT, H u m p h r e y said he was coins i n t o the Minnesota race \vith commitments to no one in the event Mr. T r u m a n I.- not a candidate. Mr, T r u m a n conlim-cd n keep his own counsel about his plans, hut Representative Sicminski (D- iV.J) quoted tile president as hav- ini tolri him yesterday: "From precinct c a p t a i n to presi- d e n t , 1 have served tlie people to the be/t of my a b i l i t y and I'm a lobbyist (or the people. I nevtr q u i t a light or ran away from anything." ' ^ Sieminski said t h a t was tfie reply when he told Mr. Truntan he hoped he would run again. When newsmen asked whether Siemln- ski thought the president would seek reelection, the congressman said: , "If there's a f i g h t and he's asked to join, he'll ri.",ht--he'll never q u i t -- t h a t ' s my opinion." Clay ion Rand Says: ·pvt. R i c h a r d A. N o r m a n , 23. in a Srm Francisco hospital, col a t h r i l l out of a blood transfusion which happened in be his own blood which he had Riven to the b a n k only two weeks before. He was e q u a l l y as f o r U m a l p as the man who fell out in the act of giving hi s blood to the bank. The nurses had to give it back to him so he could recover. I overheard a conversation about blood, between two p r o f c s - j .sional.". who were apparently w i t h ' t h e Ret) Cross. They discussed the d i f f e r e n t types of blood, the best sources of supply and the most w i l l i n g givers. One said his crew found the mo:;t blood and the best blood in the smaller towns. The bis-city folk were either i n d i f f e r e n t , too busy in m n k p a contribution or were anemic. The other blood seeker said a higher peiTenliipe- of the blood of the city volunteers t h a n r u r a l giver? was rejected on account of h i ^ h blond pressure or low hemoglobin. Red blood corpuscles, the iron t h a t gives s t r e n g t h to the tissue?, have a higher count among thore wro onl more wholesome, home-cooked food in the country. A p i n t of blood, which brings about $25 on the open market, is our most precious and priceless product when shed for our country or given to s«ve thf \\tt of i «»1- rllcr. : But red-blooded Americanism turned" pale pink In one «rca where no more blnod could be ac- cepter! /or the on account o f ; a strike among the. processors. Bill Alexander To Work For Republicans San Francisco-i/l'i-The paslor o f ' the First C h r i ~ i i a i i Church i n : Oklshoma Citv told the Jlepubli-1 can Nation?! Committee today the GOP wnulri win in I9."2 unl^rs pre-convcntion ruDDort of c a n d i | dates ''becomes vicious instead of | vigorous." The Rev. W. II. "Bill" A l e x a n der, 1950 GOP candidate for Ihc I U.S. Senate from Oklahoma, announced ho was takioa a year's leave of absence to work for the Republican party, without pay. The National Committee immediately voted him the committee'.*: official chaplain. · j OUT OUR WAY Bv J. R. Williomi YE/2IK.OOH..NOW LCI'S WGI-L, THERE \YEf..AN'H MEGOIEG.15A.CK ) MADE IT3AFE TO MOO.' ^ AN' OOUNO. / IOW ABOUT IT.OHCKIFI-, I OWOULRN'T WE GET ON V W i l l I OUR INVEST IGA.- f TION OF THAT MY3TER \IOUS CXf'LOiJION': V'KNOW.I)OC\ A \ JOB. PUT UN' TH'/ TIMP-MACHINE S B/VCKTOGIZTIICK I NOI I'lll OFF IJNIII. IO- MOKKOW WHAT Wli CAN DO 1OITAY.' I OUGHT \ I WONT GIVE VOU 70 SHOOT ) DE SATISFACTION O'BREAKIN'HO LAWJ VO GOTTA PROMISE NOT T'CAUSE WO TROUBLE, WHILE. VO WIF YOUR AUNTIC SCARV L.OU 'OH, WEOOF \ / V E O - - \l ' .ojrt/ THAMK l! COLDWAl'llW j--[ THEI5E V" i |U VOU.' ( r jO WE HADPA V~l WAS A I-- f-U I IX SOMETHIM'-\--\ LOT, I- ]--^V./h i.-^.J AM'. WELL, WE 1 / 6UT \! -- |--- 'iFV''l f ,n!.l C.-LHAKJCD ALL ffjZ Wf (1 ~J j ~V~-\ i TH' SKOW OFF afefi^' li; P"Ui';^'K i*^- ^feMfc^m* ·*sm ·'··/ .;V -^ ··ftp' ~* ., t , /' f (A'/'N J^'^ " . x . Si ' "//·"}' ^'t-f^ ^' ·?··£ ^^tyig^msm- ·'iii.!" '·* x" "" i ""- ;: -- T)lE. LOLP MORMlNJi?' / - ( ^ .T^W.LL'AvV, Beiieve 7f or Nat t GATHER THEIR HAS IXTO A k'ftlT ma sau /rn lite SCALP.' PRIVATE tIFE OF BUCK fi:0p 6:15 fi:3(J 6:45 SATURDAY Lombardj on the Air Starlight Time News Ozark Sports Review I 20 Questions 1 Adventures of Cassanova W. DAVIS ul Humus, ·nominated hy Prnsidcnt T r u m a n to he. chief counsel of the I n t e r n a l , Revenue bureau, s u c c e e d ! M R Chnrlrs OUphant. is shown at his desk in Washington. Oliphant resigned in protest against his name inp brought into testimony in the lax scandal. (International) 'Wow!' Girl no BASKKTBAU, Rice A t Arkansas 45 jMusical Interlude 111:110 1U:I5 News Guy Gabrielson Dancq Orch. Nc' nce ws) 11:011 11:30 Dance Orch. Sign Off SUNDAT MORMNO 7:011 Frccdnm Story 7 . i S Music for S'Jnil*! 7:30 Music for Sunday 8:00 Church at Chriit 8:30 Kaycttevillc Baptist Assn. 8:4f) Sur,finy Serenade f):00 Sunday Serenade 9:IS The Story, Behind the Song 9:30 Voice of Prophecy 10:§0 Sicred Heart Proium 10:15 TIMES Morning New« Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 10:45 Harding Hymns 11:00 First Baptist Churcty SUNDAY AFTERNOON l?,.0ll News with Vandeventer IZ:!. 1 ) Melodies for ou 12:311 Show Tips snd Show Tuner "WOW" G!Rl Is the title Italians pive popular lilin actress Silvana Pampanini. shown in Rnme Sue i s r o n s i i l e r e d Italy's a l l - t i m e beauty. 1 hltcrllatimial} 1:00 Top Tunes with Trer"' 1:3(1 Bill Cunningham l:4j Piano Portraits 2:0(1 2:30 Bandstand U.S.A. Air Force Hour Newest In Two Piece rs 3:00 Oklahoma City Symphony 4:00 U. of A. Mozart Festival 4:30 U. of A. Mazart Festival 5:00 Sunday Down South 5:30 Nick Carter 5:55 Cecil Brown SUNDAV MGHT A f f a i r s of Peter Salem News C h r i s t i a n Science Program Gabby Hayes Show Methodist Church (i:00 6-:!0 6:45 7:00 7:30 8:30 Favorite Stories 9:00 Top Ten 9:15 Top Ten 9:30 Top Ten 9:45 University Hour 10:00 New.-; - I0:0n Dance Orch. 10:30 Sign Off MONDAY MORMNG 5:30 Ri?e N' Shine 5.50 RFR 1450 .6:00 Rife N' Khinc 6:30 Market Report »nd WuthCf fi:35 Dise i!' Shinp B:45 Stock Talk Time 7.00 Korfe: K u p K«p«n 7:.'in otaico Newi 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert Hurlcigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion B:,"0 TIMES M n r n u i K Kriition fi:4") Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies ,9:25 News--M !):30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:If) Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch llanrls 11:15 Bauckase Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical R o u n d u p 11:55 Market Report MONDAY AfTEKNOON 12:0(1 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 ChuckwaRon Jamboree 12:45 RinVrs of the Purple Sace 1:110 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties By Sue Burnett A b e a u t i f u l l y tailored Uvn pityc frock crratcrt to Nutter the s l i c h t l y larpcr fifiurc. And it's a style tn wear everywhere, with short 'or three q u a r t e r sleeves, whichever you prefer. Pattern No. flfiR.T is a scw-Hte prrfoi-atrd pattern in si/.cs ^fi, .13. I 40. 42. 4-1. 4fi, 48, TiO. . r 2. Si?.e 38, ::hort .sleeves, 4 7 i yards if 3i)-inch. Kor this pattern, send 3Uc in COINS your name, address, ?i^e desired, and the PATTERN N U M BER tn Sue Burnett, North\vr«t Arkansas. Times, l l o f - Av'c. Arper- (cn«. New York 19. N. V. ' The new Spring anrl Summer Bai-ie FASHION for women who srw will be ready for you fhorlly. Send -.") cents now for your ropy, ""WALT BEAaT Guarpnlnd Watch Repairing With Irfwfri Cttvncn 1! I. Ctnttr *lr»l rATITTEVILLI. MR. Phin« 12M Ont Diiy terv)c« 2:00 Ladies Fair j 2:25 News 2:30 Pools Paradise "Hwt H it-htra't lK' 1900 birth retard of th' ent I v M.ovt ten nifM who fold m« «h«.w« 3011" 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Tim* ·4:00 Tune PitU'n Timr 4:30 Tune Pick'n Timf ,VOO Bohby Benson .V.10.WIM Bill Hicknek S:55 Cecil Brown BETTER PLUMBING FOR BETTER HOMES start at (and D Plumbing Co. Frtt Estimate* "I W. Mountita MAM Hit

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