Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 30, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 30, 1952
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».. BUT DAGWOO0. I PID BETUPN YOLWPSILL-- 1 ClEAHEP IT AUD OILED AUP PUT IT B/'CK ON BEIICH Mtrr LET VOJIBELF «ETSO UPSET, HATIKOm WHO RETURN THINCf WITHOUT TELUNS YOU/ THOUGHT VOU COULD SIODW BV Hi. BLCAua voura SUCH A SAWEO-OFF LITTLE RUNt HUH? HEX SAEGE. [ CAUHT THIS SQUIRT TRYING TO BPEAK IUTO THE GEUEraXLS QUARTC CALL KOM POUCI \f H«»! HOMICIDE WANTING 7 MAYBE IT'S YOU TO COME DOWN AW V A T5AP. IDINTIPV W.«£UtP{CTS?/ mweuiousi 5Aw«e,y,( V(t HAVENT C4U5HT ANY SUSPECTS. y^ ANOTMER PWWE CM.I W»S A THREAT / TO KILL ME If I DiDNT LEWt TOWS DOC CANT ASK ME TO LBA.D HOLLI6 AROUND BACK IN PREHISTORIC TIMES IF HE CAN'T FIND ME,CAN HE? WELL,NOW, WOULD (OH, BUT HE N'T THAT BE HARD VWOULDNT TO DO...WITHOUr DOC\ kNOW.' KNOWIN' WHERE IIE'DTIMIIPYOUV SVHYNOT.'AFTER } BUT THIS TIME ALL, I MEAN,HE'S \ HE WULDNT TH'GUYWHOfJUNS) BE TH'GUY:.. - TH 1 MACHINE.' ,/ YOU WDULD/ 1*4 BOMT KMCW f )U"Crt.V WNUT AH USES T'MAKE THtf PCRRX3M. AH JEST SEEMS T' KNOW WHOrS RIGHT-BV l»«TIH«."'-BUi; MV Bov.'T'-i i ns is/\ GREAT DAV I-'DR YOU.'. r SELLING -iDUR PERFUME WILL EARN Mi: MILLIONS -- SO-I'LL PAY MX) ftia.sso A WEEK- Clay ion Rand Says: him the caption, 'I sold too soon'. The other was a cringing fellow with tears in his eyes, and had under him the legend, "I didn't ficlP. Whenever the merchant I Though it's harder to amass a had an intricate problem to solve! fortune than ever before, it is he studied both pictures and still easy if one only knew when io, °f t c n c ^ mc l() thc conclusion thnt buy amt when to sell. I l "° right with other fellow expects to · make a -profit, it's a I " In the matter of taking profits,j me |Ve got mine'." Charles R. Messenger of the American I n s t i t u t e of Kinancc Iclls this story: "In the early days of San Francisco a very successful merchant on Montgomery Street had in his private office two large photographs on opposite walls. One WHS of a jolly fellow, stoulish with flowing sideburns, and under recent meeting of thc Na- At lionnl Association of M a n u f a c - turers special guests were presented to show one. does not have to fie rich to be a capitalist. One 70-year-old r e t i r e d railroader had, in ten years, amassed shares of slock in 150 different corpora-! lions. A school teacher from Cost Of H-Bomb Plant Higher Than Expected, AEC Reports Washington - f/P) - The .nation's * vast plant for the projected hydro- j ECU bumb will cost more t h a n | twice as much as u r i f i i n a l l y esti- j mated, t';c Alo'ir'c Energy Commission' reported today. Cha ; rman Gordon Dean of the AEC declared at a news conference the estimate of cost has risen from GQfl million dollars a year and a half ago to I V-t billion dollars. Dean said it is apparent now First Canadian Charlollc, N. C., brought down the i that "reactors" will cost m6rc than house \villi the observation that many Southerners arc still holding on to their Confederate money, because "the wny it looks now it will be worth just as much as tbe Truman dollar." The popularity of the Confederate Flat,' would indicate that [his mitjht be a fioo'.l time to hoard Confederate money. Wooiford Farm's Delegate, a lop sprinter, is being pointed for Hialcah's $10.000 I n a u g u r a l H a n d i c a p sprint on Thursday, Jan. 17. OUT OUR WAY Bv J, R. Williams THIM'ri I COULD CONCEMTRATE ON YOUR MAP A LITTLE BETTER IF VOU'P PUT THOSE BOOTS iBelieve li or Not/ OW VOU INCREASE 35 To KX WfTHOUT MULTIPLICATION OR ADDITION 7 CAT PREFERS TO EAT ICEBERG LETTUCE PILL PICKLES ftND CftCROTS Ou.rtd '·nlbtt CAN BEST HONOR HIS FATHER'S MEMORY W FASHIONING A TRUMPET FROM HIS DECEASED PARENTS THIGH BONE , rOHPECEK win t" SLWACEX HAVE ALUW5 CUT EnCII OTHERS HWR FOR J7 YEARS NEITHER /j /t B PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "luck wtd ht hod to do lomtthing... Ht wwn't gtt- ,ting «ny crowdi of alll" had been expected. .Reactors are devices for making' atomic explosives. The AEC had announced that [lie reactors at the Soulh Carolina H-bomb plant were fo be of "nd- vancort" dcsicn. Dean saitl today "the design is still not completed on some of them." y. Weapons Program Kxpands In its semi-annual report to Congress today, ths commission described "intense activity" in the past six months throughout the entire atomic enterprise--including an "cvnamlin? atomic weapons program." It told of: ]. Full-blast operation of all its existing plants including those for atomic explosives, VINCENT MASSEY, named by niakme atomic cxn osivcs. ' ' 2. Progress on new construction K '"S George as governor-gcneral cntailinc I'-rcc per cent of thc na- ;° *" a ,,f' '= e "* *,"*!!!." lion's b u i l d i n g expenditures and cmnloyine nearly two per cent of the country's total construction force. 3. "Continued" increase in the oulijUl of fissionable materials-at a ln\vor cos'. t!*an ever. ; to hold the post. Brother of actor ;Raymond Massey, he succeeds (Viscount Alexander, reportedly (slated to become Britain's defense Iminislcr. Massey'a mother was an [American. {International) 4. "Substantial" ami "sUnificanl | NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES acl-anccs" in weapons research | , , , . _ . _ . . . ,.. - ?££££- C L A S S I F I E D ADS ·fi. Increased domestic production of uranium ores thanks to expanded exploration, opening of new producing area?, and incentive bonuses for u r a n i u m nro- riuccrp who collected more than $250 000 in such "nrizcs" last year. 6. Research findings with radioactive isotoncs that nny lead to improved method*; nf farming "pnd lowered co^ts of food and fibre nrnduction." 7. Further agricultural research indicating O'at atomic "rays." while providinc no stimulus to plants, mav aid in brccding^iew varieties of crons. and also aid in the fight against certain crop diseases. The Po River, stretching for 417 miles, is Italy's longest river. Used by thousands in rcduclne diets--Junge's Roman Meal oread. 11-19-tf 1450 « /-·-- \ W »»· - r / \ y i WEDNICSUAT KVliNIN .» 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 ^trfrlight 1im« 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:IS Gabriel llealtcr--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:4.T Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Out of The Thunder 8:30 Dr. Kildarc !):00 BASKETBALL Prairie Grove Vs. Huntsvillc From Spiingdalc Tournament 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 SiRn Off THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 R i » N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. H50 6:00 Rise N' Shine fi:SO Markets and Weather 6:35 Risi. N" Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee K u p K«p*rt 7:30 Olasro N«w» 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert Hurlcich-M 8:13 Morning Devotion 8:311 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Horning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a Njnibr- 10:01) Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First .txive 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Baiickage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith ll-:30 Chrrch of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets TIHIRSIIAT AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wafion Jamboree 12:45 nidcrs of the Purple Sasc 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News' 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 l-adlcs Fair 2:25 Views 2:30 Bob Poole 3:00 Swing Session . 3:30 Tune Plckn' Time 4:f)0 Tune Plck'n Time :30 Tune Pick'ii Tlmt 5:00 SR(. Prrston of the Yukon ,V,1f) Sky Kim S:!5 Cecil Drown Rate: :i cents pnr word single Insertion Three consecutive insertions, 7 cents per word. Minimum order 42c. Classified ads casij in advance--not taken nver the telephone. Deadline lor classijind »ds: 10:30 a m daily: 9:;in a. m. Saturday Corrections and rerun cheerfully made afler first insertion. No corrections or rerun made after ad has cx- pi r eri NOTE: Advertising copy for other cceding publication: 12 noon Saturday for publication on Monday .Er.AI. NOTICES W A R N I N G ORDER In The Chancery Court fir Washington County, Arkansas Henry B Walker and John M Hilton P l a i n t i f f ! vs. Herbert L. G u h l and Ruby Nell Clthl Defendant The Defendants Herbert L. G u h l and Ruby Nell Guhl are warned tn appear in ibis Court w i t h i n t h i r t y clays anil anbWer the coniplaiii'. of the Plaintiff in the above rnlltleri cause. Witness my hand and seal ol t h i s Cnur: this 7th day of January, 1952. ISEAL1 Richard B. Grecr Ch.inccrv Clerk Ry Joy Rupr. D. C. Tulips Make The Trim By Sue Burnett Here is an adorable p u f f e d slccvte dress for the miss of three to eight, to wear to school or parties. Twin tulips edged in rie rac make an exciting trim, and match the lower,skirt contrast. Pattern No. 8700 is a sow-rile perforated pattern in sizes 3, 4, 5, 0. 7, 8 years. Size 4, Ui yards of 39-inch; '.5 yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, jcur name, address, stza desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 19. N. Y. The new SprhiR and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. AUTO WORK by nlliblt mechanics. All work GUARANTEED. BROUGHER and ROBB WhlltKy-i Cirut, kMk ·( WDIItltx'l *r»lc* *Ut%* 1KT MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL

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