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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 14, 1952
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M ' **~'~ NOTHWtIT AUKANUS TIMM. Nw*tt»lll«, Arkcmw. WMnwfey, May 14, 1*52 Graduate Of 25 Years Ago Says Present Seniors In Colleges Can Handle Future the main conflagration going. Unique School It's not such a far-fetched idea... because this is a school unique in | the world, I believe. It is located , in almost the exact geographical I j center of the country, made up · principally of students from the [ minded of it " Mid-west and fired by Ihe practical ' . ' ,,., dream nf its founder--a dream T h i s is an a t t i t u d e probably re- which has been coming true w i t h fleeted widely throughout the a s t o u n d i n g . eeularity for almost country. It's plrasantor just t o . naif a century concentrate on the news of local.' D u r i n B . n i j ' vcars as skjpn(1 ,, - . . . b r i d g e parties and avoid thinking i D M n Walter W i l l i a m s brought ership survey among the towns- ' f." out ,. lhc art "''t'« in Korea, the representatives of the governments people. Among the sugeestions r e - ! K r e m h n a n d "'her unattractive O f the Orient and Europe to the reived was the following from a ; s l ots a r o u n d the world. , Missnllri campus, sent his gradu- But students a t ' t h i s famous "J" [ ales off ti every remote corner - .."t.ju i u , ,, U L d l , school do not asrce w i t h t h e ^ o f Ihe earth and saw them rise to nlernatmnal news. I h a i r lo he re- : housewife on their survey. A s . i n t e r n a t i o n a l stature h th? fields ; y o u n j and eager journalists a b o u t of reporting, publishing, advertis: to set out on tneir mission lo savc-i inc. radio and public relations. ' the world w i l h their rinughtv! typewriters, they seeking big- i Ker and better i n t e r n a t i o n a l d r a g - I ons to slay. And they haven't the faintest doubt that they can slay them. By DOROTHV ROE CAP Women's Editor) The Columbia Missourian, to'.vn newspaper published by the School of Journalism of the University of Missouri, has completed a read- I've just returned from my first | visit in 25 years to this grass root? 1 campus, v.-hrrc I collected a sheepskin l h a t m a n y years ago and also set out to set the world on fire. So far I've trwnased to start only a few small bonfires, but I'm plac- j me, my hols nn the new cener- alion nf Missouri j o u r n a l i s t s to get OOWT K86IT TO KMIND PT. NOVTKW THIS S4G AN' Hf COULD SHOW MIS . ( AM, WOW GLOPiOUS IS SPRINGTIME/ I THE DELIGHTFUL ( FPAGPANCE OF I POSES WAFTING 1 IN THE Alt? A H - H HOW ,(DISILLUSIONING.' r VCIOUS- TRCGER-HAPPV? WHAT COULD THEY HAVE BEEN DOING IN THERE' TT-IIS TIME OF NIGHT -- NOBOOVS OUT. SQUAD CAR WON'T MAKE iWD STREET TILL 4 O'CLOCK. NEAREST CALL BOX? LET ME THIr-JK- THEV WERE-WITH GUMS BLAZING-- Livtly flavor cools your mouth. Freihens taite -- moistens throat Satisfying, long-lasting. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William] PUT THEM STUFFED STOCKIWS THE r RE ~TD PROVE THAT WHENEVER HEAVENS/ A SIPL CANT wnuc DOWN MAIN STPEFT IN BTO4D CttV- LI6HT WITUOUT BEIKtj WUISILED AT, AWVAAOPE eORM THIRTY YEARS TOO S3OM ,·*;.'; fe?e R or Nat! .'."-«-- i. j i · YOU PON 1 ! TALK MUCH IAUANTINE, . 15 SHE NlCif YI8. ALSO, SHE'S A WIDOW, SHE'S IONCLY, SUE SAVED MY LIFE. ANP SHE HAS TWO WOTHERS WW ATC MURKRrM. NOW, STOP TRY- IN6 TO MAKE MOUNTAINS OUT OP M3LEHIUS, ANP CALL THE POLICE. I INTEND TO HAVE HE* BROTHERS ARRESTED THANK} FOR THE 00ft, MR. SAWYER. WE'lL filT IN TOUCH WITH THE AUTHORITIES IN UTAH, ANP MAUVE THEY CAM ROUND'EM UP. OF FASHION IN HISTORy/ ena,Italy BUILT IN 1473 A5 A LEWL YARDSTICK OF THE MAXIMUM LENGTH Iff UHKH LADIES COULD is THE ONLY ANIMAL W1TH4 KNEES DKESSES? TWSC WEARING- J-1LJ HE-. eo BACK. ASP") g^~_TV-IE POOB.'rX ' AND WHEN OU BO BACIv OL DCN'T FOUGHT TO SHUT IT SEHIND ou WHO 00 SAILING IN TUBS Wohu.cuma BEGGARS PADDLE OUT TO MEET STEAMERS ON THE YANGTZE RIVER IN U/OOOfNtiMKHTVK/ « , ,,., ,, ' TO STAlV / IH/V » RIGHT, MARION \ 'OPEHAI IV HKy^ggx tegrar; JSSSV^T, ·*^ R5 ^" GOEA5Y.BOV5...BE «EFUL...r DONT WANT ANY OF YOU TO GET HURT,' TO BE VOUR HUSBAND TH BOSS SAID ir THIS f LORAL ^ " TRIBUTE" WASSTT CALLED TOO a? TAKE: TM-QUICK* c °JJ F - rro X T HAT TICKING WAS SOME. ** GF.TriN'OM MV IM T i r i E i E N MlMUTTTS T'DUNK { TM}"*TM* TILLTM'TICKIN«J *IW^» I . TM r-» n --S -- JJ. ^tr-- "I tlwtyt count tpti^ myself, when I ^ct mad. Communist Parfy in China Will Undergo Purge Death Knell Sounded For Untold Members; "Purification" Ahead Hong Konc-MVPeipIng has Jpt Ihe tifrcr out of the hag. This will be the first year of the hip purge w i f h m the Chinese Communist parly i-ince (he Red regime was es- i m i n d i n e d ,o , ? ree them. wHh'p ,X,1 ^PTMnce T Ihl i «^! ^ j^'/t"" h'^ 'e just returned from my f i r s t 1 local station, owned by the rival · ^^f ^ U *' TM*TM ne ,\ " h '. ch _ f wT Td I reported at s'.SOO.OOO was sounded in a recent of p , t . a u t n o r i t a t i v e Students have nnt only the advantage of a sound American background, but also the last word in every mechanical device in publishing. ; They may study radio technique every newspaperman meets and , needs ...hc-n he starts his f.rst job. j ommunist policy for H s ueh-h S i reported the cam- · t · about the f u t u r e of our world. The , * °V h TTLge n e ' r ' 0 n Merchandising Stunt Helps The Poor Papa Micklletown, N. Y.-WPl-A local clothing store. Kas.iel Brother?, says the mother Rets the credit when a baby Is born, the i n f a n t i gets presents and father eels nothing but the bills. So the store sends each new f a t h e r in the area a R i f t n n f k t i e w i t h ''It's n hoy' 1 or t'.s a pirl" inscribed nn the front. About in, 1 ) ties have been distributed so far. For t w i n s the tie reads, ''Wow, it's twins." "Every party member." said Hsueh-hsi, "must realize the grave threat of bourgeois corrosion to the Communi.-t party. They must know t h a t the evil roots of ind-i- viduslirm. if not removed with determination, \\-il1 develop and nourish the greatest harm. We should cleanse the party of those u people who are opposed to the eels ' P ro ' c ' ar ' an mentality find are be. v-rmH redemption " Commission To Release Road Construction Maps Little Rock-i/Pi-Road maps of , Arkansas- -75.000 of them--will be released by the state Highway : Commission sometime this week. . The new maps show construction i completed, under way and pro- , grammed in the state d u r i n g Gov- i crnor McMath's tenure. j On TheRadio New York-(/P)-Tonight: NBC--7 Halls of Ivy; 7:30 Great Gildersleeve; fl Groucho M a r x ; : Ke*p op with th* tipta R:30 Big Story; 9 Silent Men; 9:55 j the TIMES dally. Meredith Wilson. i'" == CBS--7 Ri£ Town; .7:30 Dr.' Christian: 8 Bed Skelton; 8:301 Ring Crosby. j I ABC--7 Mystery Theater: 7:30, ' Top Guy Mystery; 8 Mr. Presi- d e n t : R:30 Cross Fire. MBS--7 Musical Comedy; 8:05 Out of the Thunder; 8:30 Family Theater; 9:30 North Carolina Symphony. · Opportunist*; Eyed · The magazine hinted the purge would- be aimed p a r t i c u l a r l y ,it political opportunists who jumped on the Red bandwacon when the ; Communists wrested power from I the beaten Chinese Nationalist re; Rime between February. 1949, and j .July. ]P5(1. Tn t h a t period it was rTjo'^'H i h e narty membership climbed from three million to five m i l l i o n . Hsueh-hsi called specifically for an investigation of party members ''who did not join the revolution and the party on pure motives." The magazine conceck?d the party m a v have a loutfh time · purging i f c e l f , explaining; i "Such an inner party struggle j against the bourgeois mentality w i l l be a long struggle, for we shall /or a fairly long space of t i m e continue lo exist in an economic society compounded of private capitalism." --read Tops In Junior Datewear WEDNCSDAT EVIMN3 6:00 Dinner ftusic 6:15 -Starlight 71m« 8:30 Nows 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayns King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air fi:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Out of the Thunder 8:30 Family Theatre 9:00 M.G.M. Musical Theatre of the Air 9:30 M.G.M. Musical Theatre of the Air 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N 1 Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen " . 7:30 Otasco News 1 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 3:15 Morning Devotion R:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9-18 By Sue Burnett \ There'? plenty of fashinn news in this s t u n n i n g frtick t h a t is per- , feet for dates all summer lonR ' Inniors adore the t i n v waist f u l i . skirt, easy sewing t h a t they can : complete in no time. I Pattern No. 8779 is a sew-rite ! perforated pattern in sizes 3 11 ! 12, 13, 14, 15, Ifi, 18. Size l l ' ^ H 1 yards «f 39-inch. : For this pattern, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, ad- ' dress, sizes desired, and the PAT · TKDN N U M B E R lo Sue B u r n e t t Northwest Arkansas Times lisri Ave. Americas. New York 36 N Y i Basic FASHION for 'S2 is'filied with ideas tc mnke your elothe* budget so f u r t h e r _ time-savins ' and economical designs that are easy to r,ew. Olft pattern printed inside. 25 eents. 9:00 9:25 9:30 Morning Melodies News-- M Take a N imh^- 10:00 10:15 10:M Food for Thought Linda's First Love Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckace Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Chrrch of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets '/i GALLON Vinilla Ice Creii] 63c IMIind lr« AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of ihe Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBAI,l7~ New York Yankees Vs. Cleveland Indians 2:HO Afternoon Varieties .1:0(1 Swing Session .1:30 Tune Plck'n Tiro* 4:00 Tune Pick'n Tim* 4:30 Tune Plck'n Tlm« 5:55 Cecil

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