Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 6, 1952
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--i..«iiY.._n IH»-:L.'..^AJ ;;; Uviiuv-.u. A.M.M*.. i.cJ.ic-Jj/, fi'j-.uL./ 6, THIS PARKING METER IS TAKING ON MAJOR PBOPORTIONS.TRACV WEVE COTTO CO THEM. THE BOV5 BROUGHT IN A LOG CHAM THEV LEFT BEHIND. THEVSAV TWEV'RE NOUNG KIDS-THREE OF'SM, BUTVOU DON'T ACT LIKE NOURSELF TONIGHT. WHATS WBONC '1NCIDENTALLV. IVE MET ONLV SOUP BROTHEO. I SURE WOULD LIKE TO MEET VOUR DAD AND MOTHER. HOW ABOUT IT?" ASKS JUNIOR. m'% SCHOOL OP ULTBA- MooeaN ART «ST ASSURED S TO TU5N MftRDlY V INA«CORTTHAT»L :OWW»*TI BOUT NEIO ANY TO MY. A reCTECTlON. YOU'RE I -- ./a ABLS TO TAKE C»W OP YWMIIF; I WAS WUOWIN6 YOU, YOU POPE, TO FWTttT YOU...ilMUSl 50ME60PY TOED TO Wl! IA6T NISHT. MVBBM^^H'f' I-t'M SORRY. OSH, SAWYSS! THII SUV'S * POLICE omcTivsr mm AM HI* eifOINTIALf THAT'J WWW t'Vt KINTR1IN4 TO Till. YOU : WHIMS! OUK TENT? GEE, UNCA DONALD, IT'S TOO COLO A TENT. IGLOO)! eos...:'Li_ ItLltAVEIDIJ KNOW/ POWHWAN, I'M A PRINCEbS, / EH? UMv~! DAUGHTER OF \ I'VE NEVER POWH.MAN.CKIEFV HSAKD OF THE ALGONKIN COMh'EDEKACY/ "OOPTALKUM \OOR..THAT'S MEl SQUAW?"WHAT'0) YOU, INDIAN THAT MEAN? 7GIRL....SQUAVW US/ ME NO OOUAW.' ME..,.OH,9TOI'IT,VOU / HEV BIQ APE, MOV/YOU'VE I NOW, MY GOT ME DOING IT,' /, COSH, ' IMOO7 I'VE NEVER OH, NO-I'DG' IS ! | HEARD OP IT...DO INDIAN TALK- IMOOVIANS ALL /OOP TALKUM SI TALK WITH. rCeOUAW...LOT6 Sli "UG-UGS'r J OFL'GJ _ VOKUM/.'-HEBE'S-lOUR .. LA60RATOFCV, WHERE M3U . · I VASSUH. CAJJ WHIP UP THAT PERFUME ) ./ MISTAH THAT NO GIRL CAN RESIST- ,'-_-. ( TATACK- BECAUSE IT SMELLS i--IT ''I 1 ' .-. LIKE: noNCV/7' NICE LAD. r . r -AfTER I MAKE MY FIOST TEN MILLIOM, I'LL RAISE HIS SALARV, TD«l3oo A WEEK/.''- MO-TMAT'S .-^ Bank Says McMath Campaign Fund In The Red Little Hock-W'j-Governor Mc- MalhV campaign f u n d at the Commercial National Bank here is $14,53 in the red. / The bank * aid yesterday in answer to.a suit filed by Ally. Gen. Ike Murry that the accour. 4 ., carried in the name of "Henry Woods, campaign manager, c/o Governor's office, State Capitnl," was overdrawn In t h a t amount. Murry has filed suit against Woods, executive secretary to McMath, and Highway Commissioner Charlie Adams of Hughes seeking to recover $2,9fil which he contends . they wrongly appropriate.'! ENJOY THIS TASTY CHEWING TREAT... LErts SPEARMINT! for the campaign fund. The suit, a result of the Highway Audit Commission's investigation of the Slate Highway Department involves money allegedly raised by public subscription, to finance improvements on the Indian Bay road in Monroe County. Murry contends the money was intended to go to the Highway Department, aiH not to .Mc.Wath'e campaign. Wood; and Adams have denied the misappropriation charge and Adams has deposited the disputed amount with Pu'as!:i Circuit- Court pending a decision on the suit. Jn filing the suit, M u r r y had asked the bank to shov/ the amount of M c M a t h campaign funds it had on deposit. Lawmakers Rebuke Air Force For Expensive Taste In Plush Seats' Wosninglon-f'/IVAir Force fyp- Isls win have to sit in the same kind of chair.-: as other government employes. .Special super- plush scats arc out. And furthermore, the Air Force has been advised to confine its scientific research to airplanes. A House armed services subcommittee said yesterday t h a t the testing of chairs should be left lo the Government Services Adm i n i s t r a t i u n , whose chairs have been "fairly well researched" and pruvcn satisfactory. The subcommittee said the Air Force has been testing chairs for (10 days. As a result it sought 1o pay mfrc than half a million dollars for ^0,15G upholstered chairs lor use at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. Ciiairs sought l)y the Air Force would cost $23 dpiecc instead of the 536.80 to $18 for GSA-selected, chairs. U OUR WAY By J. R. Williams YEH, BUT HK MltSHT GIT \] POWM AW'PD Sa\',ETHIM' "v TO REI_Ey= HIS MISEEV-- BUT A OUV TOO COMFDET- AELE AIM'T LIKELV TO DO AKJYTHIUGTHAT MIGHT DISTURB H'.- OWW .1R3ST.' State Has Wn II! Days Farmer Dies From Bullet; Machine Crushes Workman (By The Associated Tress) Arkansas' violent fatality toll for the first t'.vo days of (his week stands at 10. Two persons died yesterday. Clarence Traclo'.v, 38, A r k a n - sas County rice grov.'er, died in a Li'.tle Rock hospital from a bullnt wound which Sheriff Howard \VoocIson said was inflicted accidentally. Sheriff WooHson said Tracto'.v was found by Mrs. Traclov.' in the o f f i c e of his rice elevalor about 10 miles south o; Stuttgart early fuel-day. He had bccri shot in the head with a .-- calibor pislol, the ofriccr said. _ I In P.Uf-cilvilla. Otis Eddie. S.T, construction worker from Black- villc. v/as crushed fatally by a ditching machine. He was caught between the track of the dilclicr and t'.-c 'machine as it swung around. Awards Go To Top Arkansas F.F.A.Youth Conway Chapter Is Recognized At Annual Dinner Little Rock - (ft 3 ) ~ Two youns Arkansas farmers, following in the steps of their older brothers, received iop awards of Ihe Future Farmers ot America here last night. Awards were presented to five n a t i o n a l winners and 1! state champions at the organization's n i n t h a n n u a l recognition dinner. Top monetary award went to Vcs Childs.of Magnolia. His livestock earned him $300 from the Sears, Roebuck Foundation. His brother, Allen, won the award last year, Horace Henderson of the Lakeside-Hot Springs chapter won $50 in the poultry production division from the Kroner Grocery Company. His brother took the same prise in 195.1. The Conway chapter was judged the state's outstanding chapter. Special recognition went to D. S. Mitchell, executive secretary of tliL 1 F. F. A., who is resigning to enter private business at Dar- O-anelle. He will be succeeded by George Sullards, district vocational agricultural supervisor at Jonesboro. J. W. Hull, president of Arkansas Tech, Husscllville, spoke. Child Accidentally Run Over At Farm Home Anadarko. Ok1a.-(/P)-J. C. Sechrist critically injured his five- year-old daughter yesterday when he acddenlally ran over her at their farm near Anadarfto. Sechrist and his wife were pulling their truck into the road with a farm tractor to start . it. When they got'out, they found their daughter. Patricia, on the ground, her pelvis and skull fractured. AmonK the canvas-backs, a species of wi'd duck, males competing for a female's favor, i-tago a chest-to-chcst pushing contest in the water. Advi-rtis* in the TIMES--I. pan During the hurricane Bcabon un tlie Caribbean island of Antigua, '.vinos up to 150 miles an hour blow nv:ay everything not securely fastcnrd down. The Leader Every ' Season tiic AlWWOSE HAS TOLLED rrs BELL 4 TIMES EKHDAV FOR Sit YEARS.' CLOCK IN THE WORLD , tndor.ebid AN BTTENDAHT SHIFTS THE HOOK EACH HOUR AOF.092 MD A OREKT-GREM-GSWIDMOTKEa WORKS PWLV AS AN OFFICE (WlttGER.' PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "WowW you Ul nw Iwv* lOc for a cup of irntoot .... I'm in a hurryl" 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 'UHrlisnt 7im« 8:SO Mows S:4S OEark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:*!!i Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Out of The Thunder 8:30 Famjly Theatre 0:00 M.G.M. Musical Comedy Theatre 9:30 M.G'.M. Musical Comedy Theatre 10:00 Nows 10:15 Platter Parly 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MORNINO S:HO l!i«p N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N" Shine B:30 Martcls and Weather 0:35 Rise N" Shine (i:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffcc K u p Kaperi 7:30 (fiasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert Hurloigh--M . 3:io Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition it:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a N J t n b r 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 BauckaRC Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Chrrti, of Christ 11:15 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets THURSDAY AFTKHNOO* 12:00 Hymns nt All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:M Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:.|5 Didcrs-of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Malincc 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 l.nrllcs Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Bob Pnnle .1:00 Swing Session .7:30 Tune Plckn 1 Time 4:00 Time Plck'n Time 4:30 Tune Plck'n Time 5:00 Sgt. Prcslon of the Yukon 5:30 Sky King 5:55 Cecil Drown Burnett The ever-popular classic that welcomes each new season with charm and a graceful air. Collar- Icss and slim-lined, this carefully tailored style has brief sleeves and handy patch pockets. Pattern No. 8734 is a sew-rile perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 1C, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 14, 3W yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, Rend 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMB E R - t o Sne Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 115f/ Ave. Amcr- "cas. New York 19. N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 ccnLs now for your copy. WALT BEACH Guaranteed Watch KepcWnj With ·rtwfr-i eitnwn IS t. C«it«r ItnM fAYITTIVILLt. ARK. Phwit liU OKI O«y *rvtM AUTO WORK by reliable mechanics. All work GUARANTEED. BROUGHER and ROBB Whlteltr'i etr«, Meh .1 Whlt.l.r'1 Vt.k. MMlM M O O R E S FUNERAL CHAPEL

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