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May 19, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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Utilities Promise Cooperation !n Giving Figures To PSC Little Rock-(/P)-"Full coopera- · ern Bell Telephone and W. A. lion" is promised by three of 10 , Green, acting president of the MidSouth Gas Company. major utilities requested Ritchie said: "Our books are an Public Service Commission to fite information on contract-awarding, cooperate in any PSC at all times." advertising and activities. The questionaires Bray's comment: "The Telephone i out last week-- with a June 15 filing deadline -- by the PSC on instructions from Governor McMath. Spokesmen for the three firms were B. E. Ritchie, vice president of Arkansas Power and been open to the PSC and will al I'LL HELP YOU i L 4.UU I i- l~r~ n_T_l _ (CAf?PY IN YOUf? ) ^ OVERNIGHT ways continue to be at their dis- WHAT HAVE VOU ,, ., . GOT IN THERt BESIDES 5 IQ Jv, OUR TOOTHBRUSH AMD PAJAMAS? Green said that he had not seen questionnaire, but would be answered in detail by Light Company; Warren E. Bray, Arkansas manager for Southwest- Other firms requested to file the data are: Southwestern Gas and Electric Company, Oklahoma Gas and Electric, Arkansas-Missouri Power; Fort 'Smith Gas, Arkansas- Western Gas Company. The PSC was directed by Governor McMalh to inquire into expenditures by the utilities. Although rocks of the Cambrian I COULDNT TELL. I ONLY KNOW THE TIRE CASING HOLDS A MAN' VE GODS.' ^S HE MOVED WE MUST CALL OUJ LAST THE SALVAGE WEEK.' which fossils appear in abundance, enough fossils have been found rocks of previous ages to indicate [ t h a t life existed on earth before it costs so little $0 good! Enjoy lively spearmint flavor. Cools your mouth -sweetens breath. OUT OUR WAY ILL OPEN THE DOOR FDR. 'lOU, MACCOJALD-- I CAWT BEAR. ID WATCH SO MUCH HUMAN SUFFERINO. Bdim A or Wl HAVE WS.SHWYMS RtPOWON TWO M'JRWBS COMMITTED BY SOME HAWKS BO* UP IN UTAH. WE THiMK WEIL FIND THEIS TRUCK HERE. WJ TAKE MR.SWW AND SMITH AND SES F YOU CM fiCK THEM UK IM FltUM MKK m*v «*. CTOM 1W UWH LMt, NO MOM EC...is SOMETHING)/WRONG! WRONS? OU \7* TOPAy^MV ACT^OCJT OF...VSIRTHPAV... AMD VOU'VE ONIGHT/ --*·' COMPLETELY BIRTHDAV? IMPOSSIBLE.'V VOU DON'T LOOK A OAV OUPER.' THE TWINS OF TRAGICCOINCIDCNCE THCtSSKTTNMS WHOSE FATHER WAS DKAPITWED BEFORE THEIR BIRTH WERE EftCH BORN WITH A KSPSOVl ENC/KUNG HIS NECK! WAS HEftRO 100 MILES AWftV 23 MINUTES AFTER IT ¥*5 SEM.' DOHALD SINNSml lie FLASH AS HE ElfTBXD A NOW GI/VAN BACK TO HOTSHOT / OKAY, 3UT I*, GULCH AN' TELL MARION I [ TELLIN' 1CHJ AIN'T INTERESTED IN NO I YOU'LL EC ' MATRIMONIAL VENTURE! V SORRY, . I 'I SALONEY.'C'MOH) SHE'LL FOOZV ' LET'STRACK \OU AUEYOOP AND FOOZY ARE LEACHING THAT PKO6PECTINS IN THE DAYS OP FORTY-NINE IS NOWHERE NEAR IHECtNOMHCY THOUGHT IT WAS THAU WAS NO SENSE Bur. AH WILL ALLUS WATCH OVER HER- SECRUTLV. A GOOD ·SPOT- ACROSS FUM TH' SHMOZELAND BALLROOM LtAVIN'THIS HAMBURGER. IT'D ONLV GIT COLD, AFORE SHE REGAINED COWSHUSNUSS. 'It'i ok»y, I've got it spotted!" R.F.D. Seven By JACK CARLISLE That was a nice rain that we I have come out ahead, of all my sideline;, J. w. C. Wood is trying to got his sheep sheared. He had soma men from Huntsville working on them, but they got their sheen- ruined by the hail storm the week before, were glad that the rain stayed away until the damage was repaired. They are iing the grounds around the Ml. Salem Church a " i face-lifting job. They have a bull! dozer in there, leveling the grounds and cleaning out the underbrush. Before they rlid that, you couldn't even see Ml. Salem from the road. haven't been back. So if you kno.\' anything about shearing sheep, you might look up Mr. Wood. In juslicc to both you and the sheep, it should he noted that this is no job for an inexperienced hand. Did you know that wool is worth only about a third as much as it was at this time last year? Mr. Wood is only getting 4R cents for the same kind of wool that was bringing from SI.20 up a year ago. I wonder if there will be the same difference in our new fall suits? If I were a crow I would be ! scared to death of that scarecrow j Audie Smith's, son, Billy, got a nasty skull fracture last week c,, _, . , , . , 1 when a Jeep in \vhich he was a Sherman Paschal has rigged up. It | pas£engcri ent out ot control and is wearing a woman s dress but i s , turned , )ver bclween Sherman S u P( ! ,',"* ° nc "J · ? hcrman ' s old nals " Faschal's and Dess Chandler's. He but Mr. Pr,.-ehal says tho?e crows is a patient in one of our hos- o. k. , . . . , . ' , . 13 c* jJclufllL J l l Ullc Ml uu a r c n t afrmd of anvlhmg and of- \ tMal ,, vand is g c l l i n E a , ong ,,. ,,. ten dig out the corn he has just | But lh had \ 0 take out q u i t e a planted, from practically under his I h u n k ,,, Billy . s skull and replace nosc-ar the scarecrow's. n w j ( h ,, si]ver , a t c _ Luke Stout was having hawk trouble last week. I saw him Friday carrying his old single-bar-j d ' 3 y and%owYou"''a7e"a7lowed'to rcled shot gun, and he was hot on I . . . We had a few fishermen out last week. The season opened Fri. ...... ,,,,.., ..,, ..... t a k e 1^,.^. f rom s t r p a ms---allowed the trail of the hawk that had got \ lo t h a t is _, he re is no certainty that you will. Coy Frnley is having a public his wife's prize rooster the day j before. Incidentally, the reason j Luke carries a single-barrel shot- sale Thursday. R. O. Kidd who has gun is because one shot is all he ; so , d h j s p | ace _ to0] is addirig some ever needs. j of his s t u f f to c , s sale H some Huhert Rohbms and Wayne ,,, vou /olk . would Iike to take Lewis have moved their families a ^ ak at HFD Sevcn and take jn from what used to be the .entire a sale at (he same time _ you might town of Hazel Valley. The property will be occupied by a Mr. Wood, brother of .1. W. C. Wood, who recently bought and moved into the Elmer Stout farm. drive out. Read What You Sign, VA Warns Washington - W) -The Veterans Although Ihis is supposed Io be i about the height of strawberry ; season, there just aren't m a n y : strawberries grown on RFD Sev-1 Administration today warned vet- en. Of course there arc a few very ; erans behind in their payments on small patches, and some are i Gl home loans to check carefully grown in garden-size plots, b u t ' on any offer by strangers to pay there are few t h a t grow more j up back installments if they sign than the .family can pick. The | on the dotted line, extra pickers are being hauled The dotied line, the VA ex- from Sulphur City by Austin plainer!, has ton often turned out called milking or equity skinning has occurred," the VA said in a I news release. Keep ip with Ui« lbr.es--rwA tbr Tint*! dally Reed. He leads up his pickup and '" be on " d cc(1 . TM* he veteran takes them somewhere out around has lnst hls nomo or founrt n i m Farmington. I hnve managed to splf f ° r "'d to pay extra money to pick up gifts of berries from the ro ' a ' n ''· . . . . Milers, the Hoskins', and E. H. 1 "Jn some parts of the country a Young.' They were a l , fine. too. I TMTM?L°,^ ^"Sl^^S I guess there v/erc plenty of "rain signs" InFt week, but two were pointed out Io ma. Mrs.-Luther Dennis paid she had always heard that when crnwdads cleaned nut the doors of their little mud houses it was a sure sign of rain; and the crawdads were doin.s just that all along that clay bank above the Dennis maiMinx. And several people told me that when snakes moved around a lot you could figure on rain. ] personally think all of the si^ns are true--if you just Rive them enouph time. And, speaking of ?nnkc?, I was noticing in the paper where Carson Burroughs wanted to buy any kind of live snakes. So on Saturday, when I noticed a larpe blacksnake ambling across the road just below Charlie Davis 1 house, T went into action. I had a mesh bap in the car that was larqc. enough for the snake, so I sacked him up and brought him in to Mr. Burroughs. Snakes sell by the pound, and mine was worth just under 50 cents. However. Carson KGRH MONDAl 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 made it an even four hits. When you get right down to it, that isn't an awful lot, but. on the other hand, it is all profit, and so far, that is the only thing on which 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Philadelphia Phillies Sew-Simple For Tots 10:00 News--M 10:15 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign OH TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1-150 6:00 Rise 'N-' Shine · 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:0u Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kuy Kapers 8:00 Bob Hurleigh 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 1U:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church o( Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON ' 12:00 Hymns of All Churches I 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 liirlcrs of the Purple Sage 8795 1-6 y". By Sue Burnett This adorable little sundress for miss of one to six is such easy sewing for beginner or expert. To prevent too much suntan, there's brief jacket to match. Finish each piece with colorful ric rac. Pattern No. 879S is n scw-rite :erfornted pattern in sizes 1, 2, .1, 4, 5, 6 years. Size 2, dress, 1% yards of 39-inch; jacket, S ynrd. For this pattern, send 30e for EACH, in COINS, your name, address,.slues desired, nnd the PATTERN NUMBER io Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 11.10 Avc. Americas. New York 38, N. Y Pa«lc FASHION for 'SJ in filled with ldc«» tc make your elothes budfet io further -- tlme-niivlni ·ml economical dMl(ni thit ir* , IwWe. U ctnu. 1:00 BASEBALL Cincinnati Reds Vs. Brooklyn .Dodgers 2:00 Something Old 2:15 Something New 2:30 Something Borrowed 2:45 Something Blue 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Tim« 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 Sft. Preston 5:30 Sky King intf 5:»5 Cecil Brown EVERYTHING M FAYETTEVILLB WON ami METAL CO. ·OVMMMNT AVI

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