Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 7, 1952 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 7, 1952
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.SXMTHWUT AIKANSAS TIMB. FayrttevUfe, Ariwi Thursday, February 7, 1*52 A Texas Jock Rabbit WEU.WHV no YOU { BECAUSE 1 LIKE TO GET A LITTL VARIETY INT6 OUS MEALS. MODEL IS COMING UP WITH A, BOY FRIEND/ THINK ILL DUCK OUT THE IF ME STILL UKES ME AFTER MEETING MV BARENTS I'LL KNOW ME REALLY CARES A BOY FRIEND? TWE NERVE OF HER* IF SHE SHOULD GET MARRIED, WHAT VNOULD MAVANDI DO? SHE'S OUR ONLV ·PORT. HE LIKES ME-BUT HE DOESN'T KNOW THE TRUTH ABOUT MV FAMILY r CAN'T POOL HIM ANY LONGER.' his sled across the ice. The destination is usually the same, for Whitic" heads for hifi hutch in search of carrots. A colony of 7,500 American lamingos has been reported liv- ng on the island of Great Jnagua | thn oldest n the Bahamas. . I found. In 1951 diggings in Iraq uncovered a 7,000-year-old town site, settled villagS ever 'IT OUR WAY YOU KMOW M3UUSELVES GETTIN' SLEEPIM' KIPS PAST STUFF AMP THEU VCOSA AMD IM10 CARS IB LIKE O.ETTIN' A GRASSHOPPER. IMTO A BOTTLE WITHOUT BPEAKIW' A LE6 EK ARM OFF.' WELL, THAT'S A IDEE WITH SCOTCH TAPE I LL SHOW -,DU WHEN SIS IS READY TO TAKE EM HOME, IUT I JUST CWCUTA ailYINOOM A«OUNO IT, AtiO I SINS, 'WHAT TKt HICK* *3U COIN'·· AND HI SAYS, "I'M Ml'] tOCO. IT'S NOT rot TKi»IS JIM»V, *«.B*VI». I Hl»t YOU'Vi KIN · TtYINC TO 4ET lf TOUCH WITH MI.' HIV, JIMMY, WHIN PIO \ / THIY \ HONTIM OIL OICIOS TO ] ^DIDN'T. J StLt YOU* PUNE ? EXTEMSIVE HOLDINGS ,,,,,,,,,. Belfevc K or Nat! on,Yt», JIMMY. WANT YOU TO flY A FCUOW NAMtD SAWYIt DOWN TO HAWKS WUWISB ONt. OKAV, STAKT PRACTICING.M 'OU'LI_ BE CAWENTERS/X?- ~--^_ S-.- T aLJVE DOE=... , BOV5.' tirt JAP SNEAK ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR MAS BLUEPRINTED 20 YEARS AGO TOMV STAGED BY U.S.CARRIER PLANES ON FE67.ra2 iiA'/E JAP SPIES ON TANKERS IN Ti HARBOR A PERFECT PRESS REHEARSAL FOR THE . *OAV THAT WILL UVE IN IMFAMV' * IT WAS rue FIRST 'CARRIER PIA1E SISKIN Hifflf*/ ARTHUR OUSIOW (|6 I 3I-I768) SEWED AS SPEAKER tF THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT FOR J3 CONSECUTIVE YEARS' HIT PEARL musoK /iromw ON a sim/w/ at/a THEY C/l/Vf Our OF fa NORTHEAST YOU'VE NEVER / NO...BUT THEN*- ^-CTOCAHONTASI HEARD OF I JUST GOT / A N D STOP AGEE.THAT'S TOWHATAN, V HERE, BABE, [CALLING ME "BWSEVj A PRETTY AW'.... Ji MV NAME 10 ^M NAME/ ,,.-,..,,,, TOCAHONTA6/ THANK YOU.SIK...AND WELL NOW, I'LL BET YOU'RE ONE WOULDN'TSA OF THE MEN FROM /IVW«3LO5T. JAME5TOWN...AND/BUT THEN.Of YOU'RE LO5T/ x THE OTHER J "TM HAND. l... UfrWI Y'KNOW)NO....ITJUST 6OMEBOOVS \ POINTS THE MEBBE A MITE CARELESS?yTOWN..I THINK YOU'D BETTEI PRIVATE LIFE OF 7r- ~.WKt BETTER BUT THAT'S ) CALL A 7? ITS. AMAZIMO/J - THERE ISN'T A FttWlCLE OF MEAT NCAA HIM-VET HIS SKULL HAS A TEMPERATURE OK I*', AND IT'S GETTING MAHHAJPL?' IT PEEW LIKE THIS.G SPHERE OF rr« vooooo.7- WE'LL HAVE TO FL-V IN A CONSUl-Wjr- (A-IA-LCKO.V-- HIS OFFICE IS IM A ANAKJA TREE, IN CENTRAL HAITI.I' TWO GET MEDAL OF HONOR WITH A CRISS-CROSS HANDSHAKE President Truman congratulates two Korean war heroes after .presenting ^to each the Congressional Mcdnl. of Honor in the White House. M/Sgt. Hubert L. Lee (left), Lolanrt,; Miss., survived three v/ounds sustained while leading six assaults at Ipq-ri on Feb. 1, 1D51. Sgt. 1/c Joseph C. Rodriguez. San Bernardin.i, Cai., knocked out five enemy cmplacemcnlsykilling 15 Reds, while leading his squad near Munye'-ri on May Kl, 1051. 11 nternatlonaU South Protests Wilson Defense Contract Order Officials To Stay With Plan To Aid Unemployment Areas By ROWLAND EVANS JR. Washing ton-(/Pj-Defense mobilization officials were in a j^iant squeeze? today, hut they held their ground on a new order aimed at easing regional unemployment. On one hand, there was pressure from communities like Lawrence, Mass., and Detroit, Mich. They want a bigger slice of defense business lo put their machines and idle hands hack lo work. On the other was an angry cry from the South, raised at the possibility ol losing some of their own defense bur-moss. In the middle was Charles E. Wilson, defense mobilizcr. Wilson put out an order Tuesday designed to channel some defense business into areas of critical unemployment. He did it after urgent cries for help from labor leaders such as Walter Reuthcr, head of the United Auto Workers (CIO), -who held a special meeting on unemployment here January 13 with 600 auto workers. From New England came textile mills officials, labor leaders and city 'councilmen. Give us defense contracts, they raid. The order set up a surplus manpower committee. Its member. 1 haven't been named. Its job is tc investigate unemployment area; and defense facilities they have and report to Wilson. Wilson then will tell the Defense Department that "It is in the public interest to give preference to such areas in the placement of contracts in accordance with the findings of the committee.'' These contracts would not necessarily be made on a low-bid basis. They could be negotiated. That's the nub of the order. The Joint Defense Production Committee yesterday called A r t h u r S. Fleming, Wilson's top manpower adviser, to ask him about the order. Southerners Disturbed Southerners see in it a "life or rioath" proposition if it isn't administered fairlv. That's what Senator Smith (D-NC) said at yesterday's hearing. Senator Maybank (D-SC), committee chairman, said he was "not going to sit here and preside over the liquidation of the Southern textile industry." A large part of the textile industry lias moved from New England to the South. But in a letter to the committee, Wilson said the new policy "is not designed to cure all the economic ills of whole industries." He said ' "it would appear that the textile and garment industries have historical problems which this policy cannot cure." At yesterday's hearing there was talk of changing the Defense Production Act to outlaw the order. Kee r up with (hi time*--read tin TIMES diilj. 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The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. , AUTO WORK by rtltablt m»chinici. All work GUARANTEED. BROUGHER and ROBB w»l»tlt»'i ttnT*' M*M 1KI M O O R E S F U N E R A L CHAPE'

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