Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 31, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 31, 1952
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I USED TO BE, SUTNCV/rMJUST PAST OF THE PLUMBIC f BUT THE WORLD MOVES ON.' AS MIS AGENT, I CAM TURN RESPECTABLE.' I CAN GET OUT OF THE NO MORE HIJACKINGS.' NO MORE HORSE MEAT.' NO MORE SHAKEDOWNS.' ILL BE KNOWN AS AGENT FOR AMERICA'S GREATEST ACE you klDRNQPI WOU.DMT BE CAUGHT DEAD JN IT ON FUPLOUSH/ WISH VOJD WCRU VOUR S i LWITOBW .TONIGHT/ ;t LIKE IT 5J-..ON VOU Good Nofghbor Policy Working Well ta Friendly Little Republk Of Uruguay (This It one of a series Ed Van- deventcr is Writing about his trip through South America.) By ED VA.NDEVENTER Montevideo--The good neighbor policy and the inter-American affairs have never worked m o r e smoothly than here. At the U. S. Information Center, which b'ears likenesses of George Washington and Uruguay's most beloved hero, Ariigas, there is a very large ibrary with books printed in Spanish and English. There are J.OQO members. Last week a big display was AT WORK-W MOMS WHATEV8RVOUDO- TOINGSSESW BW6HTER WHEN YOU CHEW... WWGiev'S SPEARMINT staged there called "the.worker in the United Slates." Large crowd saw demonstrations of how various articles are manufactured in thi U. S. There is also an organization here for teaching English to the Uruguayans. Experts from - the U. S. have been aiding in the establishment cf health centers and in improving sanitary conditions throughou this friendly little republic. Free Care For Poor No poor person has lo worry about any bills when he requires medicine or hospital care or surgery. Everything is free for him. Unless one earns -more than 110 pesos a month, the state protects his health without any charge. Preventive medicine is free to all. While the state owns and operates many concerns, it claims a monopoly only in lotteries a n d :amblin£ casinos. It ov/ns many icspitals but does not interfere '.vith any group who wishes to build a private hospital. Doctors may work for the government or carry on private practice. The state university has many branches, and education is absolutely free. I f ' a student cannot afford to buy textbooks, he ran AT HOMt'ftT VV SPEARMINT OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams itrt see... HEBS t AM SOINS EAST, AND THE OIL WELL'S WEST. IVt . TO REACH TUATOlWiU'. Ktwtrr -«trr«!i HiT'lM.lTIU, VDU1IH! 1 . . I'LL- TAKE SECONDS ON eveRyrHiNG/r-; ,.CHAI?St SIX POLLASS 7 ) A CUP FC* ' COFFEE! BUT WE'D A-HAD MORE 1 BUT WE V VA - M|U -IONOK5O, ONI.V BEEN NlF WE'D NOT90LD OUR MINE TO YEH...BUT HOW \ONE SOLID GOLD COULD WE KNOW \NUG6ET HALF AS THERE WA5 THOT ) BIG AS A COW! KIND OF PAY- Xl'M A.-GONNA5IT DIRT IN IT? f DfflVNAN'BAWL RIGHT NOW HERE A PAY AN 1 ALREADY I eOLD-N09ED NVEGOT L JOE/ U.EY DOT AND FOOZY HAVE GONE TO WORK W THE CM.IFORNI*. SOLD FIELD6 TO HELP DR.WONMUG MEET THE EXPENSE Of OPERATING THE TIME-MACHINE LA.BOHATORV. ,...,,. N BO g M THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOM -Believe / or Act/ A STAFF 'THAT PERM, ITS OlUNER TO STEAL CHICKENS AND SHSEP nwm ANY OTHER MEMBER CFThE TRIBE.' IT IS WILLED FATHER TO SON ess? M.CAASffWS MRW1N English poet WROTE THESE LINES 163 YEARS AGO oeae fcstouiBmftxpwe lie RAPID OK ae OM WIKIU/MNG wxs EXPANDSD sew riffmtK CHARIOT meouG/i news OF AIR PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK uat.tlw library in his school.-TIM Official School of Medicine manages the hospitals. Many from the U. S. are attending law and medical schools. A new agreement has been completed with the 17. S. government whereby it vrill send a mission for technical assistance in agriculture. Casinos Aid Medical Work The .gambling casinos are · in hotels, many oi which are owned by the government but some of which are privately-owned Revenues received from the casinos and from lotteries make possible he free hospitalization for the poor and help with the free education. A new hospital has just been completed with room 'or 2,500 ecls. The planners did not take nto account the frightful operat- ng cost of such a gigantic insti- ution, so it is being opened only n small units.. A business man explained to me hat the people ot Uruguay were S* fa C*C*NS H^ Tim Ujt Y,,r miSr^a^ife.^ _,. March tax collection* totaled 17,. 203,411--a $660,000 Increase ovtr Largest sourcei'. of revenue were: gasoline tax; $2025485-' Ml«,tax, $2,156,6}2;'Income taxi' Jff[ '^' » 14 «.«»; "9"°? · 1 I » «nd racing .-fees/ not so eagfij for Socialism, but the count]-,' is small and here was not sufficient private ·apilal lu linbnce many needed enterprises, hut there is no at- empt made to stifle Iree enterprise. Jevernment Altered On Mdrch I a 'radical change vas ma^e in the form of the goy- rnmeru. Instead it having a presi- ent, Urj^ua; new tJects a Coun- of i. 1 ? with r:ne members. Andres Martinez Trucba, who was ^resident Lntil Marrfo 1, has been lade rhdirman uf 'the council, 'he council appuiitts the cabinet lembers, and ther*» are two legis- alive ho lies: Advoca'es of this scheme fig- red thf;re v/oui-'.l bt less danger ^ dicta'.o-.'slnp ^ith the council han if unc man v-a* allowed to ain pr5tij,e and power as p«si- erit. The president never had a body- uard when he walked about the treets of Montevideo. He would troll into a coffee house and take seat liks anyoi.e else, and no ne would pay any attention to im. There is one thing certain-- ourists from the United States ever will find any country which .'ill display more gooc will to- 'ard them than here in Uruguay. On The Radio Nelv · York-y ight: NBC--7 MacRae Show; 8 Don- Id Voorhees concert; 8:30 Band f America; 9 Al Goodman. CBS--7 Suspense; 8 Radio 'heater; 9 Bob Hawks. ABC--7 Henry Taylor; 7:30 Big Hand; 8 .Address of Clement Att-. ee of Great Britain at Philadel- hia; 9:30 Time for Defense. MBS--7 Woman of Year, Bette Davis; 7:30 Crime Does Not Pay; :05 Crime Fighters; 8:30 Korean eport. - M3NDA1 NIGHT 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry. . ' 8:05 Crime Fighters . ' 8:30 War Front--Home Front 9:00 News . ' 9:05 Crime Does Not Pay 9:30 Just Music 0:00 News--M 0:15 Platter Party 1:00 Platter Party 1:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine · 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise 'N- 1 Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:0li Koffee Kup Kapers. 7:30 Otasco N'ews 7:45 Koffee Kuy Kapers S:30 Bob Hurloigh 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 Hinds 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:15 Carl Smith 11:30 Church ot-Christ ll:4fi Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage '.:00 BASEBALL Gam" of the Day Dodders Vs. Cincinnati 3:30 Tune Plck'n Tim* 4:00 Tun« Plck'n Tlm« 4:30 Tune Plck'n Tim* S:0fl Sit. Preston .VM Sky King 1:53 Cecil Brown Frame Grove The "High School «nlor», wh* leaned Mock Park, in6 their dates held a wiener rout Thurs-' day night : at the Battleground.- After, eatinx, the group went tiv the R. C. Lanes, 1 where they danced. The cleaning-of the park was one of a number of projects to raise money .for the senior trip.- Dr. Peter Roberts arid small son have returned from London. Ontario, . Canada, - where they- visited relatives, for two.weeks. , Mrs. A. D. Mathews and Mrs Jesse Prewitt and mamy, who spent a week with Mrs. .Mathews 1 ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry^Dut-. ton, left Thursday for their h6me in Tillar. Douglas Cummings has received word that his daughter Cpl.' Mary : Cummings, who has'been in the hispital with i injuries., received when her car skidded on the icy pavement, is being dismissed to return to her base »t the Army Chemical Center, in Maryland. Corporal, Cummings is with the Fifth WAC Detachment: Mrs. Frank Wilson has returned from a visit with Mr.-.and Mrs.- W. R. Anders in Tulsi. - . : Mrs. T..P. Harrison was hostejs' to -the Past' Time Club Fridajv Mrs. Will :M«ttison-. was a' guest. The hostess, assisted, by .'Mrs,' Billie killen; served a dessert plate, ' . · - . - ' · · The last meetinc of, the pVrA.' study group will be held Monday night at 7:30-o'clock in the h6me ; of Mrs.-R. C. Lane. . : . Mrs. Porter Pittnwn, president of the local W.S.C.S.-of .the Methodist . Church,, returned · Friday from Little Rock .where she 'it- tended a W.S.C.S, North! Arkansas Conference meeting. Bill Rich,'who has been ill at the home 'of .his niece, Mrs. Floyd Pennell.-.has been'taken ; to'.'the Elizabeth ^Hospital. · · ' .· ; : .. . ' . . The Women ,of ; the .Presbyterian Church met oh Thursday lor an all-day.,- work meeting.'. Hoipital · Kowns were made and bandages were r6lle.d lor the lepers'. ; A' box \ of' childrens clbttws was packed for Korea. A covered^ dish lunch was held : at noon. · ' · · · ' · · ".. The April meeting nf.the P.f.A. will be Mid In. th* Rhea, Community. Building''.'Wednesday :»t 7:30 p. m. The Rhei club will serve refreshments.. \ ' Mr. ^nd Mrs. Homer Terpin and daughter ·* Holdenville, Okla., are at the J. R. Blakemore Apartments. Terpin is .foreman of the crew which is drilling for oil. - - ' · ' Mrs. Mollie Crawford left this week for an extended visit with relatives · in Oklahoma City. ·'." Miss Marjorie Jones, whoshas spent the. winter in' Florida," ,(i a patient in Sparks. Memorial Hospital in. Fort Smith. ..... . ·'."; . : The Jlappy Hour Club met.'at The Oaks, home of Mr; and Mrs. L. E. Maupin, Friday afternoon. Guests',\yere. Mrs. Charles -Wool-, verton.and Mrs. Tennie Moore.of Fort Smith. . . : . .. . .. . Mrs..Giss Wilson of Fanriington entertained the Friday. Bridge Club at a .luncheon at her home. Newest In Matron :··'"'··;-';' Stales: ;·;:·./ : 36.12 By Sue Burnett Here is a beautifully styled frock for" the woman-'of slifhtly larger figure that's, a:-new and smart as can be. Nicely detailed, with a choice of sleeves,;it has a softly tied belt in front. . · Pattern.No,Ml4 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sites 31, 38, 40, 42, 44 4«, '48, 5.0. Siztf 31, cap sleeves, 4H yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, aeM. M e - I n COINS, your nime, addrtn. tita desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sui Burnett, Nenhwcit · Arkansas, Tlmee, 11SO Ava. Amtr- fcai, New York It. N. T. Buic FASHION for 'U Is fitted with Ideal to mak* jmur clothai . budget go further -- time-saving and economical designs that art ·uy to j*w. Gift fttUm printed tauMt. U eanti

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