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

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 8, 1952
Page 6
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frktay, hbiirary I, 1»32 '(; H- ,_JtOtTMWBT ARKANSAS TMMS, ta 1 WAS JUST PRETENDING I WAS ASLEEP KEEPING MV DAUGHTER OUT LATE EVERY NIGHT, WHEN SHE'S GOT A JOB AND HAS TO GET UP AI/erttK !· the TIMES--It P»7i OKAV-- THAT 1 HEV.' MAKES 5 OP 'EM. DO WE WANT ^ ANV DACOY.I WANT M3JTO MEET A REAL WONDERFUL BOY-- WHEN THIS TASTY WOT YOU CHEW 'IT OUR WAY MICE, GLEAM THIMKIW, PAP-YOU SURE LOOK AFTER , DOWT YOU, PAP? J BOCM THIRTV VEARS, TOO 5OOM £ JJ J ' TM mitt win MINI, vou aorTA ) IW OVtt T« WWfTCH KANK, rut- HW; wMtrt mr» »1AH, THAPIlT. TO 10UBNUMKI | OV!.Y-ITt»*C, r«o«Ait»NK. A THI *on«.«mi Bfelfere R or Not/ R. DRV IS FOOTBALL COACH KrTHEWMSlPllOOF.LA., HIGH SCHOOL - WMI 0* TH HRWIIT ' BARBARA BtHENBAUCH of Wirte Uke.Wijc. COULD WHISTIE A TUNE AT THE AGE OF 7MONTHS C'A\OM 'N OUT OPTHE DOES HIS DAILY MARKETING- OH ROLLER SKATES PortlimJ.Ore? *·* sasttle.Wuh. PLAYING TABLE TENNIS ,1»SK5. Jb scone ONE POINT TAKE IT EASY] CAPN EGW3. \I'D WANTED YOUR HIDE I COULD HAVE HAD IT BE FORE NOW AND SO IT IS THATj LATE IN THE YEAR ISO7, ALLEV OOP, A REFUGEE FROM THE 1HANKS TOR fTlS LITTLE SHOWING MI£ [ UNOLIGH 1 DO THE WAV TO \ FOR YOU, MY JAMESTOWN.'A FRIEND PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK K9W LONG DEAD ASE Of TIMBER OF THE CENTRAL. ATLANTIC SEABOARD. THf CMfGGCHCY AL4WT . oca in me. VOODOO "Okay, YOU put '«m up, MW, rtl... I can Hill go anothtr IM raumbl" BWVIV Planned For Saturday The monthly Farm Bureau meeting will bi. Md at the. court-house Saturday at 10 a. m. The early part of the meeting v/11! be devoted to a check-up on the membership campaign, now in f u l l swing.. ' ' . The need for a belter poultry breeding program in this area will bo discussed by Dr. M. R. Me- j Clung, head of the poultry breed- j ing farm being established' by the ; Arkansas Farmers Association. He : will outline the program he hopes to carry on at the farm after it is established. Newest Lincoln Geet On Display Advanced .modern styling characterizes the exter.or appearance of Lincoln lor 1952, with many engine and chassis innovations. Straight-line fenders, recessed headlights and sloping hood and hi»tf bumpers distinguish the car. The 'new model goes on display tomorrow at Goff-McNair Motor Company. Shown above is the Capri Special custom coupe. found Guilty Of Murdering His Son Malvern, Ark.-(/!')-John Henry Echols of Friendship (Kot Spring County) 'yesterday was con vie te of second degree murder in th fatal shooting of his son, Willie A Circuit Court jury here ycsler day found Echols, 54, guilty fixed punishment at nine year imprisonment. Echols was charged with firs degree rn'urder. Willie, who lived in Little Rock wjs shot with a 12-gauge shotgui during an argument at his father' home last October. Monte Ne Man Charged Jn Corinth Burglary Bcntonvilfc-(Special)-A chargi of burglary and grand larceny has been filed in Circuit Cour here against John Easton, 29, Monte Ne. The charge was brough by Charles Gocio, Jr., deputy pros ccutor. Easton, a federal parolee, is charged with having taken two shotguns two.'rifles, UVo pocketbooks and $13 in cash irom the h o m e o( J. E. Evans of the Corinth community on January 26 Sheriff John Black :;aid all the stolen property has been recovered. A similar charge has been filec against Easton in McDonald Coun- .y, Mo., where he is alleged Ui lave burglarized the home of Wall 3roadstrect near Rocky Comfort With the exception of a radio, all articles taken from the Broadstreet nome were later recovered. IJndcrscas mountains ll.OOC feet high were discovered in the Arctic Ocean between the Orkney Islands and Spitsbergen. Baby Florida lobsters m a y travel hundreds of miles before settling down. KGRH ItUUAl BVEN1NU 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 5:30 News 6:45 Oz'ark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heattcr 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lomhardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Magazine 8:30 Armed Forces Review 9:00 'News 9:05 Oracle Fields 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party :00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off SATURDAY MOKNINO »:30 Rise 'N Shin* 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:25 Markets and Weather 6:30 Stock Talk Time 6:45 Country Editor 7-00 Minutes hy Music 7:15 Jordanaires 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 After-Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parade 9:30 Ne\fs 9:45 U.S. Navy 10:00 New Record Releases 10:15 New Record Releases 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 News at Noon SATURDAY AITE«NOON 12:00 Man on The F«rm 12:30 Symphonies for Youth 1:00 Symphonies for Youth 1:25 News-- M 1:30 McAllister Singers 2:00 Bfinstand U.S.A. 2:25. News-2:30 Sports Review 3:00 Saturday Swing Session 3:30 Hawaii Calls 4:30 Bands for Bond* 4:45 Musical Interlude Senators Demand Less Paper Work On Applications Washington-W)-The Senate Investigations Committee says it has stopped the Commerce Department from requirinc businessman to furnish 75 copies of applications for authority to make overseas shipments. Chairman Hoey (D-NC) s a i d "75 copies were from two to three times as many copies as were actually required for 'the processing of these applications." Hocy said yesterday that under the rc2ulations of the Office of International Trade in the Commerce Department, business firms sijolJd have to supply only two copies of such applications. But at least in some instances, ic said, companies had been asked u furnis! the other copies for distribution to the National Production Authority and other interested agencies. Actually, Hoey said, it is the Commerce Department's job to make the necessary copies. Council's Period Of Debate Ends Suddenly Forrest City, Ark.-(/P)-While the City Council debated paying damages to a 9itizen shot accidentally while scuffling with a Forrest City policeman. Chief George Trusty sat in an adjoining room cleaning his pistol. The weapon discharged. Ihc bullet penetrating the wall. The Council adjourned. Advertise in the TIMES--It MH Sensational Sports Set By Sue Burnett It's really three costumes In one --this halter neckline bare-top ress! Alone it makes the perfect rock to woo the sun; 1 add the over-up jacket or dashing cape nd you've two stunning street utfits. Pattern No. 8793 is a sow-rite JC|forated pattern in sizes 10, 12, 4, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, dress 5Vfc ·ards of 39-inch; jacket, 1M yards; ape, 1 ynrd. For this pattern, send 30c In- COINS, your name, address, size esired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, Now York ID. N. Y. ·The new Spring and Summer Jasio FASHION for women who cw will be rcacy for you shortly, lend 25 cents now a*or your copy. AUTO WORK by rillabl* mtchanlci. All work GUARANTEED. BROUGHER and ROBB J:0fl Harmony ,VSO Cancer Show !»:4S Preston. Sellers 6:99 Cecil Brown MOORE S F U N E R A L C H A P E L

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