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February 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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U.S. May Send France Aid In Indochina Fight military supplies to Indochini would be sufficient, provided tne Chinese Communists do not intervene in the fighting. Should the Chinese Reds launch a major assault in Indochina; however, it' would pose an issue of aid of a ^different sort--whether the United Slates and its allies would send in troops to help the French and native defense forces or strike directly at Communist China it- financial as- at. this time of H WHO WAS THAT" YOU'LL Mlf S MOURNS/ But Intervention Chinese Reds Would Change Picture instance because France's American continuing Washington - Wj - The s. considering giving special new aid to help France carry. Jiere that maintenance of the present forces in Indochina is a heavj BUTWEWEBE \ ME GOING TO GET MARRY M A R R I ' WHAT MA CHANGE-MXIR MIND? RE THAT MODEL HAS JUST HEARD A RADIO DESCRIPTION OF HER BPOTHEP. JUNIOR 15 AMAZED. NO. I SEE IT ALL .NOW.' THIS . IS SILLV.' ME? MARRY A LITTLE CRIME5TOPPER LIKE YOU? OH. HA. HA. HA.' NO. ITS ALL OFF I'M GOING'BACK HOME.' drain on the French economy anc AS;A DESCRIPTION OF THE nist conquest of Indochina. State Department officials believed that additional dollar aid of increased important factor in PARKING METER KILLER COMES OVER THE RADIO, MODEL RUNS WILDLY THE BUS STATION. VOU? AW, HA. HA.' long-range ability to build military strength in Europe. The subject is understood to be up lor discussion -between Secretary of State Acheson and French Foreign Minister Schumann in their London talks. The French Parliament has voted 400 billion francs for Indo- to bo from one-third to one-fourth ] of Franco s total military budget. the European.section of which has Persian clay tiles were obtained by using glazes that were ·from lead and aluminum. TIE THIS PACKAGE SECURELY POR ME HENRY! OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams 1 LET -OU FLOOD THE YARD, NOW DO SOME THING FOB ME--FIX IT BO THE NEIGHBORS WON'T ALL BE LAUSH- IWG.' THET KNOW I'M THE ONLY ONE IN . THIS HOUSE HEAVV ENOUGH TO. DO THAT J 1 DlDNT YOU RW TO SKATE -M YOU WAS KIP. STIDPA WIGHTS IN YOUR OLD Gil?, DO YOU kWOW IF MY APPLKWiOtJ FOP OFFICERS' SCHOOL WAS SERGEANT, DO SOU HAVE BAILEVS DCS AFFUCATION ? AMD THIt TWI'tCON'T . INTIMO tilt IT TO MS J US IV, I'll U S H f T X E WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY Believe n or Not! TOY'S! FOU TO SEE THAT. /MI?. DUCK; \ VOU'KE ^ WANTED ON THE PHONE IN THE CADDX HOLJSt WELL. .JUST GO FIND IT... SEE,THAT WAS .) IT'S ,\\V LAST UNCA DONALD, I FOUND PLAYING STUD POKER WAS DEALT 2 SUCCESSIVE ROW. FLUSHES we RAINMAKER OP TW RRLMtn TRIM Afric* IS PUNTED N SOIL UP TO HIS KNEK AND DEPRIVED OF FOOD ANC WATER DURING EKHPEMOP OF DROUGHT.' fnf WW01W/R A SINGLE DOlflNO WILL SUPPORT THIS PVB.AHID AFTER IK STRUCTURE IS COMPLETED 6 ^.. l ^.-- WHITE WARRIOR ] GIVE HIM ALL HE tUNGKY...VYANT/CAN EM...THEN HIM WANT SOOD.'MAKE-UN POOD FOR/OOUAW HEAP ALL /HAPPY HAVE- ,' UM HL-LPALL V. WINTER.' // HE GAY NO EAT-UM CORN HEIZE;WE / ._, , ,,,,,,... 1UIE-UNCORN TOV /HOLDON! ENGLISH FORI...NO IIIII.P-UM SQUAW HEY, NO\\; i I WAIT... ALLEYOOP HAS JUST jl-hMUCH FOOD/IU; HELPSOUMV ASSUMED THE IDENTITY OF CAPT. JOHN SMITH IN THE HOPE OH SECURING ENOUGH FOOD FROM . CHIEF POWHATAN VO yCAKKY THE STARVING CITIZENSOF JAMEG- TOWN THROUGH THE _, (Si PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK MAH MAID ISSTIi*. - SHE'S STILU BREATH IN- IT'LL TAKE ME A HOUB , r p'wisH HER.r-BL.7rSr I ·'AHnorm WISHMmo/rimc. IME- -# -- L/ MAMMV SOT OW£ , W MAT'« MESSAGE 1 ?- --XDELAVIMQ HEPi» r -SHE MUST fJE UTTERL.V - HlAimttt.'.' ·.. Dining tor'i in th'rtor, th?!" R.F.D. Seven ·y JACK CARLISLE We finally had a little touch of something that we could have been having all along--winter, I mean. But, even though % there were over five inches of snow Saturday, all of the rural carriers came through on about the regular schedule. The mail was light, though, and that helped. The children who ridf the Elkins school bus by the J e n n y Brown place got a Valentine treat Thursday. Ruby made up .a bunch of popcorn balls and gave them to children on the bus. They were good, too; I ate one. And that reminds me that ! also had a treat of homemade peanut brittle, which Mrs. John Milcr lefi in the mailbox for me. Fred Ostendorf has bought a place just up the hollow from the Miller Grocery. I never heard if Mr. Ostendorf has a family; all 1 could learn about him was that he borrowed a coal oil can from Mr. Miller, had it filled, anr headed up the hollow for his tie 1 . 1 / home. I understand that the Roudabush family, v.'ho bought a place in that same general neighborhood, were 'unable to get a satisfactory title and moved away. I think they moved down around Winslow. I understand that Jack Cook is line some place near Singapore to work. He told me th t - name of the place hut 1 can't pronounce it --or spell it. 1 took a passport out to him last week, f n this, day and time' people think no n ore of going half'.vay around the world to work than we used to think of go- inp to the Kansas wheat harvest. I saw Mrs. Roger Mitchell the other day and she was telling me about her husband, Sergeant Mitchell, v.'ho has just got out of hospital and returned to duty, is in Korea, you know, and when he landed in the hospital he wrote to Mildred and said that he had a touch of the flu. But it turned out that he was wounded and didn't want his wife to be uneasy, so he didn't mention tl^is u n t i l ic v/as well enough to do some more "police action." Two tliings t 'happened to the sta- .ion wagon Tuesday: First, I. had rouble with my brakes. Fluid was leaking on one of the brake lin- ngs, and every time 1 applied the Brakes that wheel would lock, f put up with this until 1 was near enough Elkins to drive in to a garage there and gel this fixed; but j before I got back to the place where I had left my route, my ; gear-shifting mechanism went | haywire. I couldn't get the" car in j anything except high gear. So back to Elkins 1 went. This time I had a chicken dinner over at Martha's Cafe while the man was fixing the car . . . I was an hour late getting KGRH M3NDA1 NIGHT 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 5:3(1 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wavne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASKETBALL Tulsa Will Rogers At Faycttcville 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News--M 10:15 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rije.N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. U50 6:00 Rise 'N-' Shine 6:30 Markets and 'Weather 6:35 Rise N 1 Shine 6:45 Stock T=lk Time -7:0u Koffee Kup Kapert 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Bob Hurlcigh 8:15 Morning Devotion ":30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Chrjst 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwngon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Boh Poolo 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n TiiM Tune* Pick'n °Thw 4:30 Tunt Pick'n Tim* t, Pr«»ton ,V30 Sky King I:J5 Cecil Brow* back to the postoffle*. Several weeks ago I first noticed Iwu CMC trucks out there in the pasture at the Whitfield place. I thought nothing of it, but shortly thereafter, three trucks were there. And the number has continued to climb until' just a few days ago there were NINE 'trucks sitting there in the shade: red uucks, blue trucks, and green trucks. And I always thought they maje trucks in a factory at Detroit or.some- place . Every year tne U. S. Department of Agriculture makes a survey to determine how many head of hoises, mules, cattle, hogs, chickens, etc., etc., are owned by Arkansas farmers'. I suppose they do this in every state, but we arc mostly interested in Arkansas. This survey is made by having the rural carriers leave a form in the farmer's mail box. Wo don't leave .hem in all the boxes; they take a. sort of G a l l u p poll and make their estimates from the ones that are returned." Anyway, they have completed the one for 1052. and it con- :ains some interesting data; for 'nstance, in the past five years, ivestock of nearly all kinds has not only increased in number, but las more t h a n doubled in value. n 1946 the average head of cattle was worth $47.50, while now the average is $130. Chickens and tur* s are worth about the same, jut horses and mules are' down over 50 per cent. I see now why I lost nut on the mule deal; I just hadn't been keeping ip with what was going on. But there are still 115,000 mules in Arkansas, and they are worth an average of S41 each. Horses are down to an aver- a g e of $28 each. Just thought you might be interested. I won't be around the route this . Friday; it's George Washington's birthday. Illiteracy Decreasing Jakarta, Indonesia - (XP)-lndon- sia is going ahead full-speed 1 with her "Battle ARainsl Illiteracy'' and education officials are satisfied with results shown so far. Illiteracy has decreased by 10 per ccnl to 85 per cent since the Dutch period, the government says. Literacy campaigns arc organized on a district-basis, often with material assistance of UNESCO. Kee. up with the lime*--read the TIMES daily. Double Value For Tots .8738 1-6 yn. By Burnett You can make two pretty outfits for your tiny daughter with this easy-to-follow pattern. A dainty puffed sleeve buttoned bolero version in contrast for now; princess sundress and button-on top for warm weather. Pattern No. 8738 is a sew-rile perforated pattern in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 years. Size 2, dress, lift yards of 39-inch; puff sleeve bolero, ' yard; wing sleeve bolero, ·W yard. For this pattern, send 3^c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas. New York' 19. N. Y. The new Spring and Ssimmer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. WALT BEACH OuorcmtMd Watch RtpaMnf with ir»w«f« II f . Genttr ItrMt rAVITTIVILLI. ARK. PfWIM 1W OM D«y t*rvl« 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros, Nursery GREENLAND, ARK. AUTO WORK kj nlliblt m*ch«nlei. All work GUARANTEED. ·ROUGHIR and ROBB WMttttfl **r*Qt **·* ·* PIMM iff? t

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