Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 15, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 15, 1952
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1*' HOtTHWKT MKANSAS TIMB. tavtfMvlll*. AfkwMw iolurrfay, March 15, 1952 YOU MAC?? ME LOSE' MV PLACE DEAR OH--WIVE9- LIKE TO HEA5 THtif? HUSBANDS TELL THEM THEV LWE v D U A S K ? ) - t THEM.ONCE IN A WHILE WHY APE ) VOU A _(CRUMBLING? WEVE COT A' FIGHT ON OUR MAWDS TO SAVE HER. CHIEF. VES, HOSPITAL. AND AT HEADQUARTERS SHE WAS ABLE TO SAY A FEW WORDS: SHE AND HER BROTHER WERE QUARRELING SHE WANTED HIMTOGIVE HIMSELF UP. I WISH I HAD CHOSEN A WITH LARGER FLOWERS WURPV UP AMD 'GET -lOU? RIFLE. AND CVuCK AND EVEBVTHIMG . '111 THERE ARE NO INDIANS/ NO WATER, NO FOOD. 'AW THt IAST VISITOR WROTi HIS NAME IU I93». ,,. YOURSELVES.'.'- AM ORDER HAS COME.- FROM THE TOP.'?' LL-THAT (-I'LL BE MEMBERS ) I LET'S ME // YOU'RE THE OFTHE / OUT/. r -l'M \ OJL-Y BACHELOR,)V -OML£SS FORCE 1 J MARRIED.? f\ FOSDICK.'.' ' ^ · WHO ARE Y-- "' r '' ' "'" U WIL*E IEC 'S. I/ ( ££ \ BUT, NOT AS . .'.',) U V^-./MUCHASVOU'l.l. MISS THAT SSi.SO , A WEJ£K " ^X DISMISSED.'.', NO.'.' -yvo.' . / C-CAV7W, BAH/ THE ONLY MIGRATION ANWNE'O INTERESTED IN ANYMORE 19 WHERE DO BUVWHATOF QUITTING /YOUR WORK SCIENCE ( ON THE Ml- PORTHE V. GRATION3OF AUTOMOBILES THE HUMAN BUMNE80. A RACE? I DUNNO.OOP, BUT, WTTH WHAT WEVE WHYDVA S.GOTCOMING UP, RECKON THAT \ IT'S JUST A5 WELL HOLLI9GUY ) HE DIDN'T.' . M6,I*.BIWNaON,IFI /CAUSE I TOLDYOU I6TOOPIN/ KMQWALL * PRIMEVAL SWAMP ABOUT WON *ND TWCED FI9T9 V MUG'S TIME WTHACAVEMAN? At MACHINE! Dollars And Cents Ceilings On Horsemeat Decreed By OPS Washington-f/l'j-'Tm so hun-and pork--and is therefore fit for gry I roOld cat a horse." You've heard people say that, bul arc they actually doing it bc- they find - other meat too expensive? Dr. C. II. Pals was asked i! the government knew anything about that. He said he hadn't heard of anything like it. Ncjthcr had officials of the U. S. Public Health Service. But the Office of Price Stabilization has Imposed riollars-and- ccnts ceilings on horsemeat for both animal and human consumers last night, sayinp: "Horscmeat is iicccl extensively as an ingredient in food products for animals, especially., in dog food, and to a limit extent as a food for human consumption." Dr. Pals, of Ihe Agriculture Department's meat inspection Division, said he /lid know that federally - inspected, unadulterated horsemeat is entirely okay for h u m a n consumption. So also, said Dr. Fals, is federally-inspected horsemeat that- yocs into certain canned dofi foods, But, he saicl, these canned preparations have other things added to them, such as ground bone, which are great stuff -for dogs, but would make the food "unsatisfactory" for human consumption. Dr. Pals said all hulk horsemeat designed for sale in interstate commerce must pass federal inspection under the same stan- human consumption. But he said horsemeat not car- m.arked for interstate sales does not require Uncle Sam's okay. And-, he added, since some states do not require their own horsemeat inspection--and sines the meat is presumed lo be for animals only--it is possible that some of it is prepared under substandard sanitary cpncMtions and might be dangerous to humans. Easy To Tel! How They Fit Reading, Pa.-WVGood news for the girls. No more stooping, twisting and turning. No mnre one-leg balancing acts. No\v milady can tell if those stocking seams are straight without the usual contortions. Accort-in'.' lo {intents issued recently to Alfred E. Ischinger, Reading patent attorney, a new "decorative line"--not a seam--down the front of the stockings, from the knee to the ankle, will indicate the position of the rear seam. It's as simple ps that. The line, which will terminate in ''various design combinations," has another appeal. Ischingcr says Ihe new hose will have a slcnder- Debate Over Money Between Treasury, Congress And The Federal Reserve System Hot dards prevailing for beef, lamb izing effect on the legs. OUT OUR ViTAY By J. R. Williams /WHEW t SMELL UP TH' HULL HOUSE FEOV\ HLJMTIN' IN DUMPS AN 1 SCKAP PILES. «A WILL YELL.-WHV DON'T YOU GIVE TH' BOY MONEV TO BUY PARTC TD , FIX THEIR HOT EOR WELL,TH'PURE AIR WEAKENS TH' FUMES, SO 1 BEOUOHT THIS PIECE ALONG TO SfTREMSTHEN ·lOU UP JUST BEFORE VOL) IM VOO MEAN STRENGTHEN IT--WOT HIM.' THAT WILL WEAKEN! ,.,,,,.... o, TH' PLOT THICKENER. Beliere it or//ot/ 5B8HFLNU1S IN ONE SHELL Submitted by WW.MARAB11 AMiJNZWA Kcw Haven,Cctul. fcFBORGOAUAOUJIM [tAEy PRESENTED To CRIS1DFOSO LANDING BY THE PEOPLE OF FLORENCE ASA REWARD FOR IKRELV RttDltK MNreS 'ofButfm men By SAM DAMSON New York-M')-The Federal Reserve, the Treasury and the Congress are in a hot.debate over money. Monetary, policies are complicated, but it's yon- money. So don't get the idea this set-to is being fought up in'the financial clouds remote from your life. The issue a congressional committee is looking into today is whether the Federal Reserve banks should be independent of the U. S. Treasury, or be made more amenable to executive backseat driving. But involved in that fight--which encompasses the entire set-up of this country's money, credit, and'government debt--are such questions dir your life as these: Will prices and the cost of living start up again because of the methods of financing the upcoming big Treasury deficit? Or can inflation be held down by Federal Reserve manipulation money and credit? Should interest rates go higher? This would be a boon to savers, who have been getting it in the neck for years, but * pain to borrowers, who have been profit- ng from cheap money. What About Taxes? Involved indirectly is the ques- I tion: Should taxes ..go higher to hold down the deficit? Should the interest rates on the federal debt he allowed to rise? Some say this would kill chances of taxes coming down soon, because the cost of carrying the mounting federal debt will drain the Treasury still more and keep the need for taxes great. At issue, too, is the Federal Reserve's power to tighten or ease credit curbs. If tightened, bankers say the threat of fvture inflation--meaning even higher cost of living and even cheaper dollars--would be less. If eased, storekeepers, auto dealers, home builders say they could do more business with small-income people wanting lo buy on time. And businessmen wanting to expand their plants, carry inventories, or engage in norm?] business pursuits requiring credit would find life easier, since cheap money favors those in debt. Would Avoid Politic!! Backers of the Federal Reserve's independence say the banking system must be kept free of politics. It it is, some in Congress, hold, the system \yill be in a position to throw stumbling · blocks in any government economic planning bankers don't like--by "easing or Tightening the supply of money The banking system could ball up many plans. But if the party in. power can run the federal reserve system, through a closer tie-up to Congress, or to the executive, bankers say a free economic system would be' endangered. Cheap money-inflation--could he turned on at will as a vote-getter. Your saving bonds are involved in the debate. The Treasury is being urged to make them more nttraclive--some .suggest higher interest rates; others would make the yield greater in the earlier years of the bond's life; some woul.*. restore the tax exemption such .as interest once^ had. The Treasury badly wants to sell more bonds to you. All of these Issues--inflation, cheap money, taxes, interest on the federal debt, credit curbs, savings bonds--are beinjf constantly discussed by officials of the Federal Reserve and the U. S. Treasury. Keep «p wltk tke thr Times dllll rud AT THE AGE OF 75 MWIEPAFERFECT 300 GAME PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "I'm Miry I trumped your MCC, l i r c w s t c r . . . I'm having · UuU trouble teeing through Mr. Buck's smoke Kreeal Fashion-Right For Summer By Sue Burnett There's plenty of style news in this striking frock lor all-occasion wear. The collared top is in subtle contrast--bold plaids, eyelet or glowing solid tone; skirt is slim as an arrow. Pattern No. 8813 is a sew-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12. 14, 16. 18, 20. Size 12, 3'/4 yards of 39-inch; 1V4 yards contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 1». N. Y. Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled with ideas to make your clothes budget go further -- time-saving and economical designs that arc cnsy to sew. O{ft pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. »ATUEUAX EVKNIXQ 6:00 Lombards on the Air 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 O.arX Sports Review 7:00 20 Questions " 7:30 M.G.M. Theatre of the Air 8:00 M.G.M. Theatre of the Air 8:30 Lombardoland U.S.A. 9:00 Chicago Theatre of the Air 9:30 Chicago Theatre of the Air 10:00 News 10:15 Dance Orch. 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 News 11:00 Dance Orch. 11:30 Sign Off SUNDAY MfllNING 7:00 Freedom Story 7.IB MUEJC for Sunday 7:30 Music for Sunday 8:00 Church of Christ ^ 8:30 Fayetteville Baptist Assn. 8:45 Sunday Serenade 900 Nazarene-Church 9:15 The Story Behind the Song 9:30 Voice of Prophecy 10:»0 Sacred Heart Program 10:15 TIMES Morning Newt Edition lff:30 Tabernacle Choir 10:45 Harding Hymns 11:00 First Baptist Church SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News with Vandeventer 12:15 Piano Portraits 12:30 Show Tips and Show Tune* 1:00 BASEBALL Game of the Day 3:25 Wheaties Scoreboard ^3:30 Engineers Program 3:45 Bobby Benson 4:00*The Shadow 4:30 True Detective Mysteries 5:00 Sunday Down South 5:30 tJ Nick Carter 5:55'Cecil Brown SCNDAT NIGHT 6:00 Affairs of Peter Salem 6:30 News 6:45 Christian Science Program 7:00 Gabby Hayes Show 7:30" Methodist Church 8:30 Favorite Stories 9:00 Top Ten 9:15 Top Ten 9:30 Top Ten 9:45 University* Hour 10:00 News 10:15 V/est Point Show 10:30 Sign Off MONDAY HOKNINQ 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Market Report and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Korfee Kup Kaptn 7:30 Otaico Newi 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 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 Handi 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report MONDAY AfTMNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Rid«rs of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL Mutual's Game of tht Day 3:30 Tune Pick'n Tim* 4:00 Tune Pick'n Tim* 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 Bobby Benson 5:30 Wild Bill Hickock 5:55 Cecil Brown ROARING SAGA OF MEXICO'S TIGER ON A WHITE HORSE! MARLON " BRANDO "

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