Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 31, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 31, 1952
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*|^4-r-NO«t*IWt$t AIKANSAi IMtti, hiyilMvill*, Ar«.om«i, Thur»4»y, January y Finally 1 lave ioi i V\ 'ilngton - M'] - The govern-; i- nt si'lrl today it no longer is i n - 1 ,, .; than Wednesday; moslly -10 to IT,| tircrtcrt in keeping its price freeze: 1,1'. ,.n-l[ Jll ixlljjlllb .u ,.. ( V ^ . . ^ . ^ . . ^ . ^ A . . _ -- i -- . , TM . - - * , -- r,n such things as dinosaur skcle-1 C O N T R I B U T I O N S tons, bowling pins, sundials, a n d : -JONTINUED FROM p.^r.r. ON*; stulfed elephants and donkeys. amount nf material his company used for educational purposes. The Office of Price Stabilization said it has conic to the con- that "such commodities i"S a 52.000 loan which lie made are of minor significance to the | lo ,,-, I £ hn J5 - ; l?, economy and have but a trifling effect on the cost of living." The OPS order also exempted on-edible foods." It was ex- that this means such things as "wax fruits" and "plastic turkeys." Red Headquarters In Germany Raided F r a n k f u r t , Germany -W)- West German police began nation-wide . M c N u l l y said the loan, made raids this morning on parly head- I without interest, was requested by quarters of Communists and the · 3rown, who said he hoped to go Reich parly, West German Constitutional Court The federal government at Bonn newspapers published today unconfirmed rc- lorls of an outbreak of violence GO OUT THERt ff'O DELIVER A TALK Ol SAFETY TO CW CHILDREN BEFORE THEYBSCAK ll? NECKS ~1. Louii Llvetsock mosl of which No. 1 and 2s in- No. 3a, 18.25-50: early I7.B5-I8.W; 230-250 Ibs 17.50111.00 250-300 Ibs 10.75- 1 7.50; built 150-170 His 10.25-17.75; 120140 Ibs 14.00-15.75; Mnvs 400 Ibs ' iwn 15.50-10.00; 13.50-15.00. Cattle 1,200; calves f u l l y 25 lower; vcalcrs s 28.00-31.00; few u t i l i t y and commercial heifers 24.00-28.00; u t i l i t y and commercial cows 20.5023.00, few 23.50; canners and cutters l(i.00-20.00; utility and commercial bulls 23.75-27.75; canncr rind cutler bulls 19.00-22.50; Rooc lo high choice vcalcrs 32.00-40.00; sot-led primes, mostly individual head. 41.00-43.00; u t i l i l y and commercial vcalcrs. 21.00-30.00; culls down lo 17.00. JUNIOR' VOURE POURING THE SYRUP IN THE SUGAR BOWL? IF I DtDNT KNOW VDU SO WELL.I'D SAV VOU ACTED UKEAGUV FALLING IN LCAt. ~WMO. sV'A ME? SAY, I 5MELL PB3FUME-OR IS I HAIR THAT HAIR ST1CKEM? HE WAS WASHING BEHIND HIS EARS.TOO. HE5 NEVER DONETWAT BEFORE WITHOUT BEI Sheen ROU; good lo prime lambs (·nough done lo establish market; The action was ordered by the un almost exclusively 'tinbs; slaughter ewes steady; l i l i t y and fiood cwr.-s largely ,2.0014.00; cull cwcs il.CO-11.00. to gather evidence againsl the two organizations. asked the court to ban both parlies as unconstitutiona n Syria and Ihe assassination of S40 fine on the drunk- and one of $ 7 l N a z i i m Bey Knurls!, former Syrian count, ar.d scn-hrcmier. There was no conlirma- ,1-ivim- charge H e .rn-cding o[ the report from any Syrian Simmons to serve one i -ion 1UT OUR WAY WELL. I'M OKHC Y-i^ YOU SEEM WIMPOW SHOPP!M P 7 Wl-LL.l'P NEVER OF BELIEVED SUCH A CLASSY DAME VJOULD EVER ASK SUCH A Sl.OPPV BUM AS VOU TO GO VJITH HER.' IT NOW -- SHE AST ME ALOMG TO LIFT H13R UP SO £HE COULD LOOK OM TH 1 COUKJTEES--AW' BOX ISHE.A LOOKliEJ 16 ME STILL I I CAM I ASLEEP? /WAMEHIM ME IXCSMT SEEM AS WILD AS ME WAS HE SEEMS QUIETER STEADIER; MEB SETT DOWN QUITE A BIT LETTERS 6OUMD LIKE THE ARMV IS.IXIING HIM -N A uor OP GOOD) HtY ARC AFTtR tOU! Y BECK, NO! OtT TKII* NUWItR, 10V? J IWASTO08USY INS, fEUIUD CLIPE9 A OttKEttEP CAB. SWIMMING COUCH FOR JO YEARS AT WEST POINT IWUTttRVACflDEMY NEVBi LEARNCO x sum HIMSELF! ^·ES.SOU HAVE. ^ f ^^ UNCA DONALD.. J ,' PIX't x FIVE TIAM2S .-S i TIMES!?) THIS WEEK' ) ^--^.^-^ " ·· of THE PROPHETIC MARTYR ' the Archbishop o SUGGESTED THAT THIS CHORCH BEAR T« NMKE OFIW PIRST MARTYR' ra «w CHURCH it/is otaareo n irnoatasA etaxr ME WHO HADDA NNUTHINTOIT.FOOZY; TM£ LESSONS TO I GOT TH' DIALS SET... lTM.TMTM*, V WO DO 13 CLOSE AM' THEN OPEN THI6 ONE LI'L OU SWITCHi AWRIGHT.WL I'M ALL SET/DO/WELL. VOUR STUFF/J UMS.SEE OT^V/PUSHl ON THIS... vou SAY; PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK MBANT^- IN nit ircnii' APODE or mn "*"** "' WOMAN -- NIGHTMARE AI.ICIC AND I-JOW-TD 6UV UP ALLTHE STICK ALL TH PINS VO WANT INTO IT.5CARY 1.OU-OKST DON' !' MlKf/- IT'S TOM STICKING \ BOTHER NOW AtJWT NIOIin-IARr PINS INTO THIS DOLLV, ^4 (-"HM-CANTBEMIiMBER IF Ax /wjNr NIGHTMARE.'.'- ^B nexf.o JHATOOJ.I.--) ONE FELT MORE LIK£ A ICK MONEY IN THUSC MILLS.? 1 --ITS WORTH MILL IONS TO Mt- »UT THESE. HIU.-MLUU DON'T KNOW IT-SO, I'l-l. f*Y 'EM. WJANUTS- Ytuir...hov» you Charge Of 110 YoHs Sent Through Heart Which Had Stopped Beating, Nurse Lives furnishcd. Tellt Of Loin To Brown McNulty also testified conccrn- -- * Chicago-W)-Darline Timke, a student nurse whose heart stopped beating for an hour and 45 minute;, was revived by massage of Ihc organ and use of an electrical device, doctors at Presbyterian Hospital disclosed yesterday. A charge of 110 volts was sent directly through her exposed heart for a half second, the doctors reported after three physicians alternated in massaging the nurse's heart to keep her blood circulating through her body. Miss Timke, 21, discussed her The loan was made through the Interstate company. McNulty said he had paid SI,050 of the money himself, and that Brown still owed him that amount personally, lie said Brown paid S950 after McNully began lo press him in the summer of 1951. Jaeoway asked if the highway shc s u f f c r e d ,,. om temporary am- pui-ciiasing wasn't in progress by , ,. , h ,,_.,..,.:'_ ,,,·,· f n r that lime. McNulty agreed it was. ncs ' ,? ? peratlon a n d Ior "Did that factor enter into yours ;1 t'nne was living two-years in or Brown's thinking?" Jaeoway | 'he jiasL rjoctorssaid there was no asked. | " " McNully replied: "It --· -- -'· into mine. experience of last December 12 with newsmen yesterday. She said permanent brain . damage. They entered!said her memory is almost normal and they expect f u l l recovery. :nlo business. Deposit List Ordered The A u d i t Commission ordered Rrown In apncar tomorrow witli a record of his bank deposits. The order followed Brown's testimony yesterday that: 1. He had destroyed a list ilcm- Christmas presents received from firms doing business with the Highway Department when he was its purchasing agent. 2. He had borrowed $2,000 from McNully. . 3. He received at Christmas during the past three years a cash gift and two g i f t certificates from Fell Vaughan, North Little Rock malcria't; dealer who also lig- urcd in numerous sales to the state, but had returned the 1351 Sift certificate. He leslificd that 1.149 cash gift went into Mo Math's camoaiiril fund. Questioned On Income Methvin was questioned yesterday as to why lie appeared before the commission without a report of his income lax payments for 1950. He said he didn't consider his personal income tax rclun "any of the commission's business. Methvin said it would be impossible lo lell where most of hi bank deposits came from because they represent aficnt fees on equipment, poker winnings, cash from tlie sale of his home al El Dorado, and personal dealings. Several witnesses testified they knew something about tile department's stockpiling of materials in I960 but no one said whether he knew why such large quantities were bought and stored, particularly in the fourth (Fort Smith) district. P. C. Wilson of St. Louis, chief auditor for the HAC, said thai of the $268,000 worth of materials purchased for that district two years ago only $23,000 worth had been used by last July 1. Communist Rail Lines Under Aerial Attack Seoul, Korea-(/P)-AlIied fighter bombers today dealt heavy new blows lo Communist rail lines in Northwest Korea. A flight of U.S. F-8G Sabre jets tangled briefly with Communist MIG-15 jets in MIG Alley. The Sabre pilots made no damage claims. On'lhe ground, U.N. infantrymen clashed in patrol skirmishes. A U.S. Eighth Army communique reported two small Red atlacks behind mortar barrages were beaten back before dawn along llic Puk- han River in the Central Scclor, Dies of Injuries Morrilton, Ark.-OT-A 59-year- old lumber worker died in a hospital here, last night of injuries suffered when hi; was struck'by a falling tree limb. He was Horncr Lively of Houston, Ark. 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For this pattern, send 3Uc In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER tn Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Are. Americas, New York 19. N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. 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