Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 27, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 27, 1952
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Truman Charges Budget Slashers In House Are Helping Communists Washington-MVPresidenl Tru-» man has accused budget slashers In the House of doing "their bit to help the Communist side." The president declared in a speech last night lhat cuts in defense spending were "a foolish, reckless act" which may force a sharp reduction in U. S. armed forces in an hour of peril. west against Soviet power. The president then told the nearly 1,000 dinner guests that the House cut economic and Point Four nid to Asia by well over 100 million dollars. A "crazy, crippling amendment" will cut the Point Four program in Asia by about 50 million ese countries" ' ° M ' , , , , , He * ald Fridays vote reduced (h '"* a " y more U ' S ' mi '- persuade the Senate to restore House cuts in both the defense and foreign aid programs. The president chose a dinner, lllv . v , last night commemorating t h e : i r a n a 1 completion of a colony in Israel j against t« named for him--Kfar Truman--I j tar y aid' for a bitter assault on the House.! ' .____ It recently reduced his defense recommendations from around 51 ID..).-.. D,,l| I ..J, billion dollars to 46 billion and j ·*'·""'· »UM IBaQS the mutual security program from 37,900,000,000 to $6,174,600,000 last P()||fg Angeles - (XP) - A $10.000 ,,-.. , ,. . i Brahma bull which prefers the This was a foolish, reckless act. wide open spaces of Texas to con- t jeopardizes our defense build-1 fjnement aboard ship chased a j would-be cowboy up a power pole and otherwise staged a three-hour rampage on the walerfront. With three others of a shipment from Texas' huge King Ranch, the bull broke away last night while being [ouse than to checkmate the i transferred from n cattle car to a fremlin. j ship bound for Australia. "The majority of the House I H's three pals were quickly icked the two places in Ihe world I captured. But the big Brahma 'here the danger is greatest -- I dove off a pier into the water urope and Asia--where the Com- \ Men in a .small boat lassoed him, and he proceeded to tow the boat rcw) I* HO*. SO lit IBAS* 'iiofo f our we* I WAS AO?AID BLONWE WAS ( GO'NG TO MAKF ME , ( THOSE ROOMS IT'LL COST M3U ) I f fXy.T WAMT vtJU Sl/Ty.Fwr -(TO DO THE JOB Ai-rreci TO FIND ourHOW MUCH MONEY I'LL SAVE BY HAVINS DA3WOOO DO IT \ : | j V,TH_E MAN FWOM THE 7»* ^ a The president said of the House cut in armnd services funds: THATfe WHERE THE COAT ubstanfial part of our armed for- es. Think of that. "There are some people ould rather embarrass the White hey did their bit to help the Com- ashore. Fifty policemen joined the unist side." I chase, and He said the reductions in aid to'captured. urope would mean that the Allies would not be able to raise a n d K e e p HP with the Unv equip forces needed to defend t h e ! 'hr Time* dull* OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami WE'LL, ALL BE WALKIkl' LIKE THIS FROM sirriw IN AUTOS AW' PLANES SO MUCH--WE'LL SEOW/ INTO IT.' IT'LL BE AM EFFORT TO STAMD UP STRAIGHT.' OH, NO.' FDR. By TH' TIME YOU WALK. FROM WHERE YOU PARK. TO WHERE ·)DU'RE GOIWS, SOU STRAIGHTEN UP PLEMTV.' NO, TH' srrriN \ POSIT1OM WILL VJMOUT--CU; AFTEC PAKK'.l-f. BY TH'IIME YOU WALK. HALF WAV TO WHERE SOU-RE GOJN', MDU'RE SAGGIW AfilM.' THE PREPICTERS Bdiw/torJVbt/ tm BIWCT t STICK o w MUTCHES ANO LtT THI POUCI CATCH JAKlf WT T« KMI »«m HI«E... so UP TO MI. SO HE THINKS HE CAN CATCH £, WITH A GAME LEG.' OmCAL UIBWM draunbv K.E.SIONE61JIIHBI HMD BOW LIGHTNING-/ NATIVES of IV Mwtan Highlands ERECT ft 1SM6 WHEREVER LIGHTNING STBIKES LAST FTAS; I COULD IVE BUCKS' «CK;TH...Jyl WAS CARRIED ABOARD A BRITISH SHIP WHICH PUT To SEA SOKUOULD Horafmc OHPORBW SOIL ...BUT WHAT IlL ItWE WILL BE STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS.,, H /HAIRY-rACEC fiOEILLA.T'LL GO BACK... C'MON, WHATEVCR VCXIR NAME IS.'.' MV LAWVER'LL FIND A WAV TO GET RID HUSBAMD, AND ALL AH GOT IS YOUTH AkJ GOOD LOOKS. BUT HC GOT YOUTH AN'GOOD LOOKS IPO.'.'--AN'HE IS MCH- BUT AH IS AN HIKE MAMMV SAYS-IT'S HANDIEO rgt RICH THAN PORE.7 -W-NO-AH HAIN'T GOT TVT RIGHT TO SPOIL THINGS FD'HWSY MAE-- (WOULDN'T M RISHT FORMS Springdale Mrs. Claude Rust entertained ' Friday afternoon with a birthday' party in honor of her son, Michael, ( who was two. The parly was held | at their home on Backus Avenue i from 3 to 5 p. m. Balloons were' given as favors. After the honored had opened, his gifts and pictures I were taken refreshments were I served to the following: Mrs. E. J . I Dobrinski, Michael's grandmother I from Fa.vettes'ille; Mrs. Robert ( n i n g j Spencer and son, Lee: Mrs. Marion I Neill and daughter, Jennifer: Mrs. Grover Lindley and son. Gary; and Mrs. w. A. Hardister and son, Eddie. Black Market Trucker Indicted, Blockade Ends At Detroit Terminal Detroit-WPl-With on? man already :mder indiclment for ceil- Enroule to visit their son. Sgrt. j j n « price violations, a federal Grand Jury today continued its investigation into an alleged Irish potato black market. A blockade of the Detroit union produce terminal, however, John \v. Stone of Fort Hood, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Stone spent the weekend with Mr. Stone's sister, Mrs. Virgil Daiv and family of Buena, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sanders and i Nearly 500 truckers ringed the Miss Bonnie Hanks of Springdale j terminal yesterday, protesting are in Hot Springs, representing; office of Price Stabilization ceil- the First National Bank at the Arkansas bankers convention May 26 through the 28. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rothrock 1 from wholesaler: of Johnson arc in Manhattan, Kan. , . to attend Mr. Rothrock's 30th class reunion at Kansas State College. They will relatives. also visit friend-s and! ings and claiming they were unable to buv below them s or let anyone Miss Helen Wood is in Chicago where she will spend about two The hlor-kade paralyzed shipments to 6.000 small chains and independent grocers. It was called off after James R. Hoffa. head of the AFL Teamsters Union to were guests over the weekend of I The Gril " d J " r v indicted Dom- Mrs. Hardister's parent' Mr and I l n l c Mocer ' described as an inde- Mrs. Arthur Harl of Bentonvillc. ! " cndcnt Dctroit trucker. on Other guests in the Hart home arges of selling two bags of were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Keth- i cum and their granddaughter Maine U.S. No. 1 potatoes for $8.50 and S9, respectively, to a from Elkart. Kan., and Mrs. Jim ^ariet here. The indictment said Cain of Rogers. A. L. Peters of Tulsa. Okla.. spent the weekend in Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cox of Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dee JoneF of West Emma Avenue were Sunday guests of Mrs. A. B. Jones of Prairie Grove, who is Mr. Jones' mother. Other guests were Mr. I and Mrs. Hugh Carney and Mr.) and Mrs. Herbert Jones of Prairie Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Wyman the Irish potatoes were billed as sweet potatoes on which there is no ceiling. On The Radio New York-MVTuesday night: NBC--7 Cavalcade Drama; 7:30 Barrie Craig: fl Bob Hope; 8:30 Fibber and Molly. , , -, ,, CBS--7 People Are Funny; 7:30 Jones of Farminglon, Mrs. E s n c j M r anr| Mrs / Nortn; ,, Life wnh Clavier of Sioam Spring, Mrs., Lui i: 8 ,, 5 Ljne ,, ' Delia Jones of Fayetteville, Mrs., Afic _ 7 New . ssPtan(1 Thealre; 7:30 Kalhi Norris; 8 Town Meeting. MBS--7 The Black Museum; Lottie Collier of Prairie Grove and Frank Ewing of Siloam Springs. Miss Mary Braum of North Main Street went to Fort Smith J Monday where she will play the harp with Ihe Fort Smith "s.vm- I phony Orchestra wh:n Marjorie r.awrence, Metropolitan Opera soprano is presented as guest soloist at a concert Tuesday night at I the Junior Hiph School auditor' ium. Miss Braum xvas accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Percy Braum, who will attend the concert. | Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clack o f j Kansas City, Mo., are spending a i few days in Springdale visiting i Mrs. Clack's mother, Mrs. Fred MacChesney. Mr. Clack will graduate early in June from the Kan- j sas City Dental College and ex-' pects to locate his office in North- I i '.vest Arkansas. - I Guests in the home of Mr. and j Mrs. Claude Rust and son, Michael, of Backus Avenue Sunday night were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Huhbard of Springer, N. M. 7:30 Dr. Kiloare; 8 Detective Drama; 8:30 Mysterious Traveler. KGRH 6:00 8:15 6:30 6:45 TUESDAY r. M. Dinner Music Staru'iht Time News Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:05 8:30 Wayne King Show Gabriel Heatter--M Rthymic Rendezvous Lombardo on the Air 9:00 3:05 9:35 Bill Henry Official Delective Mysterious Traveler News Black Museum Just Music 10:00 10:15 10:45 News Platter Party Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off 1 Mddrnly reoMmlMnd I h«v* M trwUnf ituurwice!." beautifully ^ ^ that's just about the most versatile frock you own. And it's cut especially In half sizes lo save altering your pattern if you're shorter lhan average, Pattern No. 8773 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes Mli 161-S, 1R'4, 20'j,, 2214, 24H. Size I (Hi. short sleeve, 4U yards of 3P-lnch. For this pattorn, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, «d- dress, sizes desired, «nd the PATTERN NUMBER in Su« Burnett NorthwMt Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York ,1« N V Basic FASHION for '.« I, filled wllh Iriea* tc m«k« your clothe* budget in further -- tlme-MvIni |«nil economical dulgnii that are WEDNESDAY A. M. 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' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Roberl Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M jj 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 Bauckago Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup tl:55 Market Reports WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Hymns r' All Churchet 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL Oame of the Day New York Giants Vs. Brooklyn Dodgori 2:00 Something Old 2:15 Something New 2:30 Somclhlns Borrowed 2:45 Something Blue 3:01) Swing Session .1:30 Tune Pick'n Tlm« 4:00 Tune Plclt'n Tlrmi" 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tlm» 8:00 Own Hornet »:Sfl Wild Bill Hlckok 5:J5 Cecil Brow* * -

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