Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 14
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May 1, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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I, im ANSWEP ME'-ANSWfT» MV uss TW3 HOW MANV TIMES HAVE ) 1 -TPLD -tan NOT TO TALK WITH FOOD IN .YOUR MOUTH ?. TONStS. O-VE US QUITE A STORV. CWIEF. OONCERNINO DUDE AND THE-HORSE MEAT BACKET TIES LP LL MAKE A FWGEBRRINT ' VES, AN EXAMINATONOF DEBRK IN THE HANDLE JQNT MIGHT BE OF SOME IJELR WORKVr OVER RES THE.KNIPE.SAM.· ·! JU, 86 RIGHT IN AS SOON AS I TALK 7O-TWE OUIEK Nine Candidate For Arkansas Senate Come Into Political Picture In Last-Minute Rush Little Bock - W) - N i n e more candidates ' for the 'state Senate q u a l i f i e d to icek Democratic nomination . Jn thi« summer's'primary as the billot was closed put yesterday;. -..' And one veteran senator, L. Wcoms Trussell at Fordyce, withdrew from the 18th District senate race to : seek election to the House and if elected, the speaker- ship.,, :;;··; · · v · - · · - ' · · . Rep. William I. Purifoy of Camden also withdrew as a candidate for the Senate in the 12th District .o file for nomination to the attorney, general's office. ··:.- ' ',, The nine .candidates Who beat he deadline included Sen. Gro- ycr C, Carnes of .Stuttgart; who filed for Position No. 1-in the 28th* --District Monroe, 'Lee, Phillips and Arkansas Counties.. He wUl be opposed by Sen. James P. Baker, Jri, of West Helena. 'Other, last-day senatorial candi- dates; . ,. . James Bowie of Reiser for Position. No. 1 in the three-senator Mth District, composed ot Mississippi, Craighead and . Poinsett Counties. His. opponents are ,'Sen. J. Lee Bearden arid Henry K. Hoyt, both" of Lcachville and William H. Wyatt of'Blytheville. · James Henry of Black Oak-for Position No. 2 in the 2«h District. Dpuf Bradley and Marvin Melton also have filed for the job. . Louis G. Minton'Of Harrisburg for Position No. 3 in the 24th District, John S. Mosby, of Lepantq end Fred H. Stafford of Marked Tree are seeking the post. '·. · · Van'Hayes, of Benlon for Position No.. 1 in the llth District Garland/Saline, Hot Spring .and Clark Counties. Sen. Edwin Cash of Malvern and Carl Browning, of Benton filed previously. . .' Laury Wilbiirn of'Texarkana in the Eighth ;-Disrrict--Miller and OUT.OU.lt.WAY- By J. R. Williami HAIN'T THEY TH SWEEKES1- NICEST .THINaSi? WHEKI SHE SEE-W ME YE£, -AN' If YOU BONT'OLMT .^AVIM: OLP-IIME COWBOY . THINGS KILLW 1 "lOU.OFF SOME my/ TO WAIT PER VIE--' 1 TXKTY LOWM-. DM3 SOU) THE OLD CAP £ : WE DOWT O MUCH, MOW THAT VOUBE GONE. BUZZ SUPE IDOKED UVH.Y AT CHURCH SOWQAV/SHE GBORSE. I /MADE A TO SEND SOU, BUT IT BURNED. HOPE SOU ARE WELL AND HAPP* LOVE.-: -. /Moms? WEVE.BNVEBV BUSY THIS WEEK; JUNK our or VCUR KCOW AND PUT UP 6QME . ·YOU POfE, CANT YOU UNOf KT«NOn":-r IT'S VOUR ! tWr'tt I£\VOU'R6 DELIRIOUS! of SUouiS.Mo. WHO P1TCHED4 NO-HIT BIG LEAGUE GAfflES WEIGHED 300 POUNDS (in-«B4) r IDOK MOW m CKUMH WftS TAKEN »PM?T MD REBUILT MICK 8V BfiCK ·NkWGSBUW.ENGLANP 60iT30NLY~- t% \l~n m ITWTFA A/cTjX W**i tX) THINK HESCUTEf , HAFTA MARRY HER! THATS "Would you mind wrapping it down a little farther? I'd like to keep my hands out of the dishwater for a few days." · · -. AM owr MEAN TKISS r; HERE'S TH'MONM , AH'LLSENDTH' -OUT SHE. LEFf /HAM TO MAM . THIS STUPID- A R3I.KS. THEVI.L GIVE IT A HOME, AS SECUWTV / UNTIL AH FINDS PORt LI'L THiscrrv is RJLLO' PCrrTEM FEENDS OAISY MAE rS TOO SMART T'ASSOSHEE ATt \NIFAMY OF VMlf WTHISFOOM, TMBtr WWS AGO.WHEM IM CHUS CHUS CURTIS, THE MAIL MAN AN' 160NNA 6ENOA LtTTER TO THE PAPER TILLIN' WHAT. FUNNV FELLOWS WCMHfRCIN . AH 1 MOOS*T TO A FW!ITHMW»LL Lafayette Counties--against · Jack V. Clark ana. Russell Lee Crincr, both of Tcxarkana. . . · ; Phlrd Pharis of Little Hock for Position No. 1 in" the 15th .District of Pu'laski County^-Sen. Max Howcll and Dr. Edwin N. Barron, both of Little Hock, are his opponents. · .. . M. F. Watts of. Harrison in the Ninth District --Bbone, Baxter, Marion, Newton and Searcy Coun-. tics. Other candidates are Sen. Ernest Nicho;son-of Harrison, Roy W. Milum-of Harrison and O! T. Tippit ofrPyatt- ; · · . C: E. Bell'of Parkinvfor Position No. 2 in the 25th' District, Cross, -rittcnden-and St. Francis Coun- lies. He opposes . Carroll "Bull" Durham of Wynne and .Sen.'Lamar L. Rbdgers of West Memphis. ·'·· There will be only-five candidates for the gubernatorial nomination, r,s North Little Rock auto dealer Dutch O'Neal failed :to qualify. They, are Governor McMath, seeking..-, third term;-attorney Jack. Holt of Little-Rock; Attorney 'General- Ike Murry; : Rep. Boyd Tackett- of Nashville, and Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro:"' . ' ; . - ' ' ' Five candidates :\vill' seek the post vacated by Murry. They- are Clib Barton of .Fort Smith, : Paul New York-OT-Topics ' tonight: NBC--7 . Father Knows Best; 7:30-Night Beat; 8 Dragnet; 8:30 Counter Spy; 9 Hit Parade.' CBS--7 FBI in Peace and War; :30 Hilton Playhouse; 8 Mr. Chameleon; 8:30 Stars "in "Air; : 9 Drama. . . · ' ; ABC--7 Marlene Dietrich; 7:30 Defense Attorney; .8 Amateur Show; 9:30 Dance Music. · . MBS--7 Modern Casanova; 7;30 Hardy Family; 8:05 Rod and Gun Club;- 8:30 Reporters' Roundup, Sen. Paul Douglas. .Johnson of Mont'colln, Bun ' Lbnbkc, torn 3. Gentry, LmFe Bock, and'Puritey. ' - Incumbent Claude-Kankln -aim will have opojitipn ftr the oK)- B of land commissioner, ·fral J. Golden of Little Hock a-id CU : C. .Kmith 'of Hussellvffle both"'quali-' tied yesterday. · - , '·; ':. : ..',".if Neill flccti paid his balldf'fee in opposition to Chief .Justic^G'rHfin Smith of the State Supreme;Cotirt. Last man to;qualify'twas-''Paul Chambers .-of Helena for-t'he party job/of Dem'ocraUc'iNatiojiai -Cpm-' mitteemanvHabieiBhodes bit Harrison, Noble Gill: of Blythevills arid-Dan Covvlirig Jr.; a Univer^ty of Arkansas- student,' alsp ·; ace seeking the.job vacated by Cr'.'Ii. B. Robins qf:Camde"ri'i '. . ;. · -'.· ·.:':' - ' 9 - - - · - . - -. ' ' '·;''» Reynolds Heir .Seeks , ' Divoree Jprom Wife y: 7 Miami, J'la.-W-A divorce ·: iit has been filed, in Dade .Cpiipty Circuit'Court by Richard'j.-jjtey- noMs : ;II, heir to a 'tobacco.'.Vqr- tune,'asamst.hisecond wife.-ilirs. Marianne D'Brien 'Reynolds. '.',· Reynolds accused'his-wife of-indiscretions with Pofirio.Rubir'osa, former husband of Doris Duke, heiress -.to another · tobacco ·" -ior- Friday programs: NBC--10 a. m. Strike it rich . .,. CBS--9 a. m. Godfrey . . ..ABC--10:30 a. m. Break the Bank . . . MBS--9:30 a. m. Take a Number . . . MBS Game of Day Network 1:25 Brooklyn at Chicago. . .- . . THDRSDAT ITININQ 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tini« ' 6:30 News 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show. ' 7:15 Gabriel Heattcr--M,' /" 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Philadelphia Phillies 10:30 Platter Party. 11:30 Sign Off FRIDAS MORNINQ 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets, and weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk-Time 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapere 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 nobert Hurleigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum GospeJ Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News 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 Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report . ~ FRTOAV AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of Ail Churches 12:15 News «t Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon'Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL Brooklyn . Vs. Chicago 3:00 Swing Session 3:30;Tune Pick'n Time- · ' 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 The Green Hornet ' 5:30 Wild Bill Hickoic . 5:55 Cecil Brown A New Start at 10-24 O'clock! There's no other d r i n k like Dr. Pepper! h has a distinctive flavor; a ; special sparkle the whole family will enjoy. Lifts your energy within 2 to 8 minutes, gives you new "life" fast! Get a handy'6- bottle carton today; Dr.:Pepper* is a delightful "pick-up" for the whole family! : Uok for-th» Handy Gr**n-and' Whit* Carry-Horn* Carton r

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