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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1952
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IAMAST1MI l.lutd.y, Apr* If, Has Bees, Not In His Bonnet, But In His Houst Prog rams on Air · Ntw York . yp) - On Saturday night list: NBC--5:JO, Medicine USA; 1. Jane Ace; 8:30, Inside I3oli and Ray; 8, Judy Canova; 8:30, Grand Olt Opry; U Vaughn Monroe; 9:30, Dagmar. CBS--6:30, Operation Underground; 7 Oene A u t r y ; 7:30, 7*;- zan; 8:110, Ganihusters; 8:30, Broadway's . My Beat; 9, Waxworks. ABC--(1:311, Dinner Music; 7, Dance Party: 8, Hour of Music. MBS--7, T w e n t y Questions; 7:30, Theater of Air; B, Chicago Theater; 10:30, VPI Festival; I I , Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert. Sunday (orums: NBC, 10:30 a. m., Reviewing Stand; CBS--11 a. m., People's Platform; NBC --11, Viewpoint USA. Sunday others; NBC--3, The Falcon; 4, Star KGRH Tsl 8:00 Lombard.) on the Air 1:15 Sturlifht Tim 0:30 Newi 6:1S Ozark Sports Review 7:00 20 Questions 7:30 M.G.M. Theatre of the Air «:00 M.G.M. Theatre of the Air «:30 Vice President Barklcy 0:00 Chicago Theater of the Air »:JO Chicago Theatre of the Air 10:00 Newt 10:10 Dance Orch. 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 Newt 11:00 Jazz Concert from Carnegie Hall 11:90 Sign Off ·UNDAT MOtNINO 7:00 Freedom Story 7.15 MUBJC for Sunday 7:30 Music for Sunday |:00 Church of Chriit «:30 Fayetteville Baptist Asm. · :45 Sunday Serenade flOO Nazarene Churc*- 9:15 The Story Behind the Song 9:30 Voice of Prophecy Dill Boll of 018 Douglas Street came home from classes at the University Thursday and- found that spring, in the form of a swarm of bees, had slipped in his kitchen window. The bees were perfectly willing to share the apartment with Boll, but he wasn't willing to share it with them. A! Beaty, a fearless neighbor, holds a curtain back in Ihe top picture, exposing the loudly humming swarm of bees in a kitchen window. The next shot shows another strong-nerved citizen--who kept his identity a secret so he wouldn't be called on by everyone who found bees in his kitchen--transferring t h e bees, queen and all, from the window into a hive, w i t h the wastebasket sitting on it. At right is the home hive of (he l i t t l e swarmers. Turned out, they had been living under the floor of Bolt's apartment all winter long and apparently just wonted to move upstairs for the summer. (T1MESFOTOS by'puslca and Carl). Not white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf A bottle of London fog has been shipped fi» the United States in connection with a S h e r l o c k . Holmes exhibit. won't you Tastt-a-SHAKEf y»" Tastemark Bee Branch Boy Wins ! Restoration Honors i T.ittle Rock-(P)-.Iames D. Snlo- man of Bee Branch (Van Buren Coumy) has heen declared winner nf the annual statewide restoration contest for boys and girls. He received a $1,000 scholarship at any state-supported school. REVIVAL WEST FORK BAPTIST CHURCH APRIL 20 THROUGH 27 Services Start 7:30 Each Evening Evangelist - Rev. Jim Noles Music Director - Mr. Larry Andre Pastor - Rev. Raymond H. Reed Everyone Is Cordially Invited To Attend 10 :M Sacred Heiirt Profrim 10:15 TIMES Morninf Newt Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 10;45 Harding Hymns 11:00 First Baptist Church IUNDAT ArmNOON 1Z:00 News with Vandeventer 12:15 Piano Portraits 12:30 Show Tips and Show Tunei 1:00 BASEBALL Game of the Day New York Giants Vs. · Brooklyn Dodgers 3:30 Private Files of Matthew Bell 3:55 Bobby Benson 4:00 The Shadow 4:30 True Detective Mysteries 5:00 Sunday Down South 5:30 Nick Carter 5:55 Cecil Brown SUNDAY NIOHT A f f a i r s of Peter Salem News Christian Science Program 7:00 7:,10 The Child City Easter Program Methodist Church 8:30 Fayorite Stories 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 Top Ten Top Ten Top Ten University Hour 10:00 News 10:15 News from Washington 10:30 Sign Off 5:30 5:50 KOXDAT MOtVNlriO Rise N' Shine RFD 1450 8:00 Rise N' Khine 1:30 Market fleport and Weather · :35 Rise i!' Shine 1:45 Slock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee K u p Kapcn 7:30 Otaico Newi 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 5:00 Robert Hurlelgh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion I:SO TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 0:00 Morning Melodies 9:26 News--M 9:30 Take a N u m b e r 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First I/ive 10:30 Queen [or » Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch H a n d s 11:15 Baui kag? Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church nf Chrift 11:45 Musical R o u n r i u p 11:55 M a r k e t Report M O N D A Y AFTERNOON 12:00 Hyrnns of All Churches I2:I." News at Nnon 1230 C h u c k w a g n i i J a m h n i e p 12.45 Riders of t h p P u r p l e Sage 1:00 Ladles Fair 1:30 A ( t f i n i " i V a r i o t i n s 2.(in S o m e t h i n g Old 1.15 SnniiMhinc N"w 2 .in S o m e t h i n g I'.'.iinwert 2 .45 Snmethms Blue 3 00 .Swing KoMinn 3. .Hi Tune P i i k ' n Time 4:00 Tunf Pirk'n Time 4:80 Tune Plck'n Time S:00 Bobby Brniion 8:30 Wild HIM Hlck 5 55 Orll Urnwn Playhouse; 5:30, Bi( Show; 7 Phil «nd Alice; 7:30, Thtattr Guild: 8:30. $64 Qutslion; 9, Stars In Khiki and Blue. CBS--10:35 a. in.. I n v i t e to Learning; 1:30. N. Y. Philharmonic; 3. Music for Vnli; 5. My Friend Irma; (i. Jack Bonny; 7. Edgar Berflen and Charlie; 8.! Screen G u i l d ; (1:05, People Art. AHC-40 ». m., Kine Arts Qu»r- ' let; 11:30, Piano riiyhmuc; !i p. m., A r n u n d the World; 4:30,j Great Story; 6, Harold Ickej Memorial; 7. Stop the Music; 8:15, C'orliss Archer; 0:15, Olorli ParX- er. MBS--2, Trondlcr Tunej; 2:30, Air Force Program; 4, The S'nad- ow; 5, Gabby Haytj; 6. Peter Salem; 7, Great Day; 8:30, John J. A n t h o n y ; 9:31), Music for Strings . . , Baseball . . . MBS Gam« of Day Network, 1:05. N. Y, Gitnts at Brooklyn. DOROTHY DIX -C O N T I N U E D FROM PAGE FOUH destiny and your immediate aims. To allay the confusion that has crept Into your soul throujh a sudden overdose of hiffher education, why not make an appointment for some (rood discussions with you:' pastor? While it is true that knowlcdjc has disproved many facts once held to be true, there are certain i m m u t a b l e veritcs t h a t have held since the beginning of time, despite countless efforts to prove them worthless. The fundamentals of your church, the integrity of your country, the love and devotion of your family, arc lhin|j you live with day in and day out, accenting them unqueslloningl.v. Iknpw something of the university you alien* anri nothing you will learn t h e r e will makf you wr.vcr from these essential truths. As you progress in your quest for knowledge, you'll learn thai education only emphasizes the necessity for f a i t h In these basic things of life. Knowledge should be constructive, not destructive; use it to build your i n l c l l e c l u a l resources, not destroy them! .Since you have chosen social work as your calling, you will have more than an a \ e r a g e need for faith, a h u m a n e heart, and complete selfishness. Don't Let a wrong conception of the. word 'truth" throw you off balance into an abyss of disbelief and a p a t h y . Blessings Await You Through Christian Science Healing Attend free lecture entitled CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: "THE GREAT PHYSICIAN UNDERSTOOD" by Richard P. Verrall, CS. of Nety York City Member of th» loard st LttturMhlf of The Mother'thurcn. Th» Tim ChurcK nf Christ, Sclfntiit, In Battm, MMiichujtttf TUESDAY, APRIL 22 at 8:15 P.M. CHURCH EDIFICE, Corner Lafayette Forest Sts. First Church of Christ, Scientist F^ycttevillc, Ark. ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMIRGINCY TILIPHONI NUMIIRS CITY HOSPITAL. Phoiw 1200 CITY WATO RANT. Pfaw 711 PIM. MM«W 7| CAS. Priori* 7160 UOHT AND fOWW, Pfef9« I|M. POUd HCCOUNTIHO-MODEIIH lUtlHIM COUMt* TRAIN F0» CIVIl IIIV1CI JOM SECRETABIAL - STAHDAHD COOMEi FAYITTEVILLI BUSINESS COLLEGE FAYETTBVtLLE. AHKAKIM fHONE 13 K- O- DAVli - '"«·· ·WTMM. AUTt) CLAM ' *"·" " AUTO GLASS « MIRROR SHOP Automobilt Glaii lnilajl* Qlaii Tahiti -- Plata Gl«it -- Miirm Mirror RtiilTaring, Ola» Furnllurt T*pt ALL WOHK GUARAHTKD 119 W«t M.ndcw. Ph»n« 1710 iUT« IUPPLIH , ^ TM ^ » FAYETTEVILLE AUTO SUPHY II EAST MOUNTAIN FAVEYTEVILLI.. ARI, fMOItt Crankihoft OrlnttlHf M*4«r RtbulMlftf P»rH F»r All Con tnwt SINES BODY SHOP Sp«liliiing in |M!T Hit Findtr Work. Painting. Bafitr Ulan. U^keUleiUl. ··at C«Tir*. 217 W. DiclocH fh»n« 1M CktAHIKI * LAUMOHY --~~""""""------_«· CITIZENS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 326 N. West Phen* 2144 D R U G S T O R E Complete Drug Start Service. Fr*t Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 ' M. PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency Phone ?77 4i! l "Dickion Si. 'F«y*!l«Yilb, ArV. WtSRJRftM Cwify FifiNfi Mutual Fire hntirMci Organized 1922 P.- i ww. i O 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Ph«n« 110 209 Ntrtli ll*k CARMEN'S NEWS STAND ilr f»|rl«r'i Fnill ·» »e»* Itiatfl "THB BIO LITTLE ITOHB* !· f ATITTTVILLI il y 4)1 WNT DtCKIOM Mom H4 JOHNSON NUMMG AND HUTU CONTRACT Ol RIP All Ctrnfr fp'inf end Stfcool. HWIM 1C HARRY'S RADIATOR SHOP L*l H»tiT l»p*ft r*ui eMliif iriUm aaf rM tifliler Itr wlalti weelkiir. 'Rw ceret iHltll EAST OF MOHTOOMtKt WAflD TIM' 1IU C. l»ck It ' Phew ItW WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMtLCTt ItfVICE rOR ALL CAM - WkMl Ailtiimvil Wl.t.1 »ll« MAME AND A X L E gTRAlOHTIUlH l i t S. 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