Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 22, 1952 · Page 6
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March 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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$-i=-NOtTHWBT AKANfAS TtMB, , March M, t»S2 THATS WHV THEVUeX V/HO MADE ALLOWED TO T-irrrTHOSE RULES? AUGMENT THEIR ALLOWANCES N THESE LITTLE WAVS WIVES COULD NEVER GET ALONC QN THE MONEY /J * THEIB MUSSANOS I.BW CIVE THEM IT FELL. CUT Of MV PANTS POCkETSf APE ALLOWED TO KEEP ALL THE. niuZlXu'JL CHANSE THEV FIND i2ar^» UNDER CUSHIONS THAT CHMK ) I , N CHAIPS AND THATS MINE IT BELONGS TO ME--IT5. PERFECTLY LESAL THEBES STILL A HEARTBEAT; BUT ITS BARELY - · PERCEPTIBLE. i 9ET BUZZ i-lt I WfiH'MEWEBE MESE NOW/ It) TELL HIM A THING PROM .._ AGAIN_ '. HI HASNt WBITTEM ALL ...AND n»m. ANO,*nei NO Ottf WAS HIIBf X · POMT THINK WO MIND. OH...VOU" ' WONT, EM* », TH*T VlTK JIST I miaN'M'FMW WHHS »U UFT U* kyVIWM «U «UN AW« WITH OURflANS:. M\^K THIS MUST BE (SACK, BO'S WE'LL] L « J ^ k - CALIFORNIA.. 1 HAVE PLENTY WHAT DO WE WHEN WE PONOW? A GO BACK! rvEH.,.BUT\WEa,I DUNNO, WHERE'LL I AT THIS I'M NEW.., WE CHaf/BUT KNYOL' PLACE; I RECKON,WILL DO; --OR A COUCQE PRESIDENT-? I'D BETTER GO ABOUT THIS ·QaXJvTI TAKE AM TKBT. VCS. HCAE ARC OU FIND 4 SOME DARKGLASSH HJT WHAT \ A TIN CLZ. AND GOOB UUCK.OJ WHATEVER STWC CORNER vou SILECX ' Child Rescued After Plunge Into Well Crystal, Beach, Md.-W)-M a r y Margaret Kaufman, three, · (ell throujh a - h o l e In the (Irsl floor, of her home; scored a bulls-eye in another four, foot opening in the basement floor, then plunged into 26 feet of water. yesterday. Her 23-year-old nother (lived nto the basement well and kept the child a f l o a t ' u n t i l the. father, Harry iaufman, 36, fashioned a rescue'apparatus with a piece of board and a rope. The child was unconscious when brought to the surface, b u t - s h e was soon revived. The accident happened in .the new home the Kaufmans' have^in- der construction northeast of'An- napolis. . · · ' :The opening had been left in the first floor so workmen could haul up water from the basement well for concrete and plaster mixing. Mrs. Kaufman · estimated Mary was in the water .for .."several minutes" before she waj rescued. The water level in the well is 11 feet below the basement opening. Independence Plea 01 Sultan turned Down Paris-W-France turned, a cold shoulder today on new demands by the Sultan of Morocco for more Moroccan independence. The sultan, Sidi -Klohar..med Ben '.'ousscf, wrote to 'jrefident Vicent Aurlol Thursday pressing for permission to form a government responsible to him instead of the French. The big North African protectorate he heads as nominal chief actually is ruled, ^y the French through a resident · jneral. A French Foreign Office source said granting the sultan the independence he seeks might endanger construction of big U. S. air bases being built in Morocco. Army Helps Out Blackstone, Va,-WP)-\Vhen Blackstone's only two doclors became 11 this week, officials called on nearby Camp Picket! for aid. Col. A. H. Robinson, post hospital' com- nander, assigned Li. Col. Vincent J. Anato and LI. George Geyer o temporary duty as Blackstone's physicians. Little Helper Turns Suspect Baltimore -(/Pt- An eight-year- old boy who pretended to be helping the cops track down a couple of arson suspects ended up with the finger pointing at him. For three days the-boy played the part of the juvenile sleuth helping police.- U". told the cops he saw two 12-year-olds flee the Episcopal Church of the Advent v.'hen part of it was swept by fire March 5. Damage was estimated at $10,000. ' Police became susi.icious of their helper when they learned the third grade student had been responsible for an alley fire in which papers were burned. Under questioning, the boy said he and another youth set the church fire. The case has been turned over to juvenile authorities. Tunisia is about the same size as New York state. Boron, the most widely known compound of which is borax, i used with steel as.an alloy to make steel hard. Finn 6fwipJ $die*ik The c o U n t y'. PMA AgricuK tural Conservation Comr-ittee his called a'meeting of - other, federal agencies aijci committee; for Monday, 8:30 a.m.,-at;ttilllips Motor. Company. .-·''.; · · . . . ..-. ''-. Purpose of ihe meeting .'will' be to fill but « questiennaire on provisions .to b e v i n e - i . ' B d e d in the 1953 agricultural, conservation program. , ' ' . . · . · ' . ' . . . ^ Scheduled to attend th« meeting are representatives of the Washington County: Mi/ iliia'tion Committee and- other agricultural agencies, arid .'the g o v . e r n . i n - f boards o f ' t h e Soil Conservation Service District, Farmers .Home Administration Committee, And Production Marketing .Administration Cor-imunlty Committee. ·Plan no-.v to eat » real spaghetti dinner at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Tuesday, · March 25th. Serving starts at 5:30 p. n»: Brinf yiur friends. ' ' '21-St-e An outstanding flavor--Junge'i -Roman Meal Bread. 11-H-tl A4kertl» IB taw T1MM--It OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams LETT THAT V 60-I'LL -COME PDWN AND FINISH IT.' ' OMS BETTER PUT THE HAWPLE IN THE VISE AKX7 TIGHTEN IT UP-1 WANT TD WRIM6 THl£ THINS OUT ALOTPKIER/ I-I-'MEAM vou WOW'T HAVE TO-TO-- JUST EXACTLY WHAT DO VOL) MEAN? WELL, I THIMK. I XCWOW, BUT SOU JUST GO AHEAP-- I'LL HANDLE MY END HERE. _THE BATTLE OF THE 6IAUT6 ,, ,.,,^. ,.\,,T~»~- PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "Thii fMtM bM · fMMM that *pM«b ttpeclally to hwbMdt- . .- . ·MIWt-4tluMMgb(MNl" HEDV I AM ARK '» ihown In a Los Angeles, court a »h* won a divorce from hotelman Ted Stauf- let (belowI. whom hi cITargiid with being a wife beater. They were married in June. 1951. .arid she disposed u! ner personal tie- longings lu she could begin life anrw. StaufTer was tier fourth husband. Others were Fritz Mandi. Austrian munitions maker, writer Gene Markey and actor Jonn Lodtr. i International 1 Home Turkish Bath BVBNIXd 6:00 Lombards on the Air 6:15 Stnrlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sportu Review 7:00 20 Questions 7:30 M.G.M. Theatre of the Air. 8:00 Tif.G.M. Theatre of the Air 8:30 Lombardoiand U.S.A. SELLS FORfl.M -Or WHICH MCMTSISAOCmiT ARE THE HIGHEST AWftRD BESTOWED BVTHE KlNfi OF TDRO, Africa wrttdfaV tassar I0:*0 Sacred Heart 10:15 TIMES Morning New* .'. Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 10:45 Harding Hymns NEW FAD In West Berlin Is home Turkish baths, without vapor. Thi lady shown enjoying bn« while telephoning sits in the cylinder on i chair, under which ther* Is .an infra-red electric heater which raises temperature In the cylinder to 122 degrees. Th« treatmtnt melts off pounds and pounds, they aay. ' · (International] High Style For Juniors 9:00 Chicago Theatre of the Air 9:30 Chicago Theatre of the Air 0:00 News * 0:15 Gen. Douglas MacArthur 0:55 News : 1:66 dance Orcb, 1:30 Sign Otf ; ikUNDAT MOENWO 7:00 Freedom Story 7 15 Music for Sunday 7:30 Music for Sunday 8:00 Church of Chrtot 8:30 Fayetteville fiaptiat Assn. 8:45 Sunday Serenade doo Nazar'ene Church »:15 The Story Behind the Son» »:30 Voice of Prophecy 11:00 First Baptist Church SUNDAY ATTIBNOON 12:00 News with Vandeventer 12:15 Piano Portraits 12:30 Show Tips and Show Tuiiei 1:60 BASEBAIJ, Game of .the Day 3:30 'Private Files'' of Matthew Bell · " , ' · J:45 Bobby Benson 4:00 4:30 The Shadow True Detective Mysteries 5;00 5:36 5:55 Sunday Down South Nick Carter Cecil Brown SUNDAY 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 Storiei 9:00 Top'Ten 9:15 Top Ten 9:30 Top Ten 9:45 University Hour 10:00 News'.. . ' . . · 10:15 Eai-1 Donaldson--Organitt 10:30 Sign Off ' ' MOVDAT MOaUOKO 5:30 Rise N' Shine · 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N'Shine ' 6:30. Market' Report, and Wetthet 6:35' Rise il' Shine . 6:45 Stock'Talk Time . .- . 7:00 Kortee Kup Kltwn 1:30 OtawoJs'ewi , 7:45 Koffee Kup Kaperi _. .-- «:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Mornint Editino 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymni 8802 By Sue Burnett This stunning, two piece :dress can do double duly for you--make one version with a-low V-nqjikline, another with a tiny turn . down collar. Either way you're sure.to look your best. , ·' ' ...· ', , Pattern No. S802; is a icw-Hte perforated n'ntturn in sl7,c,s 11, 12, 13,14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12.-5W yards of 3.V or 30-Inch. ' . ·' · : : ' For this pattern, tend lOe'.tn COINS, your: name, address, site desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkiniu, Tlmti, I ISO Awe, Ann*. lets, Ntw York 1». N T . . ' Baifc FASHION for '51 11 filled with Ideas to make your clothe* budget 10 further -- tlme-iavlni and economical deilfns that are easy to sew. OIH patter* Mrlnttd tntlde. 11 tenu. · - 9:00 Morning Melodlea 9:25 Newt--M 4:36 Take a Number/ ' 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:36 Queen for a. Day 11:06 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11115 Bau'ckage Commentary llilS Carl/Smith . ' " ' - . . 11:30 Church of Christ . 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report MONDAY AfTONOON 12:66 Hymns of All Ohiirchei 12:15 News at Noon , 12:30. ,Chuckw«go'n Jahiboree 11:45 Riders of.the Purple Safe . I'M BAEtBALl. , ·Mutual'i;G«me ot the Day TOne Tick'n Time 4:00 Tune Plck'n Tim* 4:30 Tune PleX'fi Ttn» 3:00 Bobby BeniM ,V10 Wild Bill Hlekoek 1:15 Cecil Browm,

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