NOtTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS, FÂ»v*tt*vill*, Arkofim Wedn.idoy, May 28, 1952 ' LOW A6 YOU It gUNNM* fOt \t 60NC K Aipe is *c*e eworAT THAN PUT TH;; FPOG" J ~f O-AN.OET ME THE FILE ON EDWARD iGPPET. I'VE iEARD THAT IAMEL PLENTY ,N THE ULTR/MOLET LIGHT A NAME BECOMES VISIBLE IN THE POCKET OP THE COAT LINING. ,'rr--=ll'/ DO SOU WANT WME CIT ME! I DARE Af AS YOU CM I'M DEPUTIZED TO ARREST VOU X WlNFUUY, tin CUMBEBS OVE; FREIGHT CARS THE LENSTH OC THE TWIM, Â£^(-PÂ£ST|;;;zE SHE AIMEP HEE /ytH.. HKIHD TO V MU9KEt.UOOM,ITl TELL HER PUI (VENT, AN' RLEiV \ S H E W A TO WCES CAUSE OKAY. TLL CACRY Hre...YOUKUN ON AHEAD AN 1 DK3 UP I RICH ADOCTDC. GOSH, I HOI'E SHU AIM! HURT MUCH . SHE'f) NOTAIWD SORT RtALL ftw.COME NOW. SUGAR EYES, TM W3E TO YOU... YOU'RE JU5F IW5HFUI ALTHOUGH M/IH HUSPJM D'D DCSERT ME OJ MAN MOOKJ-AH STILL LOVES- TTri VOO, EH f WELL.WL'LL StTTLE Ml* HASH// WHF.N ' WE STtP OUT OP COURT IT'LL RE AS THOUGH T DlDM , SWF.L'Tir.' we VOO . YOU'LL BE Â£ Army Captain Tells Of Riot At Koje; Suffers Wounds Osaka, ,Iapan-(/Pj - The 1 former have been t a u n t e d , devilled and commander,-Brig. Gen. Francis T.I--lacing the guns and threw out Doric!, against his own recommen- my arms and shouted, 'Hold your d a t i o n . Dodd was relieved of com- firn mand after the Reds kidnaped and | "As it turned out, the prisoners held him hostage for 78 hours this didn't sma.-h through the gate and month. He has since been reduced j no one was hurt. to his permanent rank of colonel. ! "That wns a close one. But it No Trouble At Gate | was touch and EO on Koje all the "I led the ROK jruards. a r m e d ' time I was there. It was explosive security officer of riotous K n j e Is- menaced fur m o n t h s by vicious. land said today it was " d i f f i c u l t sneering Communist captives. _ _ ....... for our men to swallow insults d a y ! "It was terribly d i f f i c u l t for our | w j t n C 1 UDS j,,| 0 t n o compound " i every minute." in and day out" from lied prison-. men to swallow insults day in a n d . M c G u i r e related. "There was n o ' ers of war, but "there was never a ! day out and s t i l l c o n t i n u e to do 'resistance at t h e fate. We went on , . single instance of a prisoner be- i their jobs. Yet, d u r i n g all the lime j nto l h c darkness loavinTM the pin-.. ins treated inhumanely." j l was on Kojr-- from J a n u a r y J , | o f (hc p p r i m p t n r lights" The ' D^-f-,-,4-^ r O T Q T U Capt. .lack McOuire, 37. a v e t - ' 1!)S .'-'' f" . M '' y R ~ t n p r c w;ls n c v e r ; w o u n d e d prisoner we w a n t e d was eran New York state prison g u a r d ? f l " K l ( ' Â»Â»=':'Â»Â« of a prisoner be- in , hc c o m p n u n r l dispensarv. who won the Silver Star for b r a v - . m g t r e i i t e d i n h u m a n e l y . .. Thr S n u ( h Korcan KUal .^ v , c n t ery in WorH War II, is in rin The srayms of.R-er from A t t i c a , A r m y hospital rccuocratinc f r o m ' N - Y " R a v c l n ( 1 f l r s t Dramatic cye- w n i i n d s M i f f c i e t l April 10 in a n o t ; mln " s """"-"'' of t h n A p n l 10 of Ilcd prisoners. McGuire said American soldiers Flyjv* Â»- -- ,0Â«'JÂ«POWÂ«" | riot on K o j e - a n a f t e r - d a r k n i g h t mare in w h i r h at least four Korc- an guards an:! t'nr^e N o r t h Korean prisoners were killed and at least six suarc-s and 57 Reds were in.iurer!. jYirGuire wa? wounded twice-' ne " ian r , - H- I n n iruard., m.,chin= sun and a Rus- Alt'Js. Okkla. -I/Pi- Farmer Jack b u i l d i n g , Colville has placed a 24-hour .Rinrd over his irrigated potato to pave the around the dispensary the idea being to form a comnlet? circle around the b u i l d i n g while l ' n e l d ~ ' ne iV tried to go in and remove the in- nf h }.. nhaMc crop fro .. 0 _ jured prisoner. I tato narpe-s " "But the door of the dispensary : Colvil.'e said thieve! recently was locked. I braced my l e g | d u K and carted off most of th.- agamst it and pulled on the b a n - ; potatoes in a quarter acre tract, die and forced it open. I found ; The thieve', spurred by a potato f o u r prisoners, evidently doctors, I shortage, tried to conceal alone w i t h the wounded man who work bv hac] hct , n Fhot in t h p fnro , hcarl . burrowing under C,e J R , S f , h sidc tc3 , ing t h e ^r t~ **\ -Knowin. it was imm s? ih!e now. potatoes from the r o o a n d then sian pistol fired by one of the ^ h o w l i n g rioters-as he and A l l i e d ; (o rt . mnvo , h c v .-oundcd prisoner.! pushing the dirt bad i guards f e l l bncn from a t t a c k i n g , , v . avori t h c , ?OK guards nearest' vines. prisoners. | me t o w a r d the front gate. i I The A p r i l JO violence broke o u t , t _ sna Rpds Atta( . kcd i when McGuire ied 100 Snuth Ko- | 1-K.n Kliard.;. armed only 'But tiie innl) \v?s on us with hci ,. s w . i n i r i n K ;,,; ,,,,,, a hail o f ; New Fayeifeville High clubs, i n t o Prison C o m p o u n d 9.1 to , s ( O I l c f - A1| . uon pl .j soncrs i n the i t|| fl u..| Tft rcmov,- a wn:.,n',cd prisoner. | compound were a t t a c k i n g . I hart to. 'Â«vWII IV .\.cGuire said he was ordered in- j makr , , h c rpli ,.. sccond derision on ' ,,,_ to the, rom.iouncl !,y then Knje w h r l h c r , n fa || ra .,, iv( , 1n th( , moh 'Â· T h e regular luncheon meeting ' of the Payetteviile Kiwanis Club Pleasant chewing t,e Feelsotisfied... *^*"Â»PM or risk p e l l i n K through our o w n . m a c h i n e gun fire ! -With the remains few of t h c ; was holri at Bslcs Scho0 ' cafeteria The f i f t h grade glee Chew Wriglcy'j Spearmint Gum. Helps relieve monotony, boredom. Makes time pass pleasantly. You feel better-do better. HOK au?rds still left in the com-i d u h TMter'mned with a group of pound I headed for the compound! TM ca . sclc( : l 'TMs. K i w a m a n Fred K a t e . About 40 vards from the gate j Stucke J A ;\' as ! n cll : nrE , c o f ' h e P r Â°- I f e l t ;1 shocking impact in my left cnim ' Fnllm ' ln B th(1 luncheon the 4 Â«*M*.*Â»*Â£j .':nd L-roin. A nvichino pun bullet from the cross fire had (rot Kiwanians were condurted on a tour of the new high school builri- inp by Supprintendent of Schools OUT OUR WAY BACH. BACK I SAIP I'D? MAKE TH' BISCUITS BUT YOU VOJ'T LIKE 'EM BURNT. "I -tnrtrii c r a w l i n g Inward t h e i Ento. My Ire: f r i t numb. Blond wa? flov:ing down my panls lei?. I! rra\vlrr1, u s i n R m y arms a n d m y j . Â· Â·.- --rr=r-r^=T.-r=7^ j n v ht ^^ HraKtring my left ICE. By J. R. Williams [ Virgil Blossom. On The Radio Advrrtinf in the TIMES- It pÂ»7Â«. Relieve K or Not/ "Then, 1") yards from the gate. I felt a crushing impact in my let! Npw Vork ' f/Pl ' Tonight: arm near the shoulder and im-' NBC - 7 Halls of H T ; 7:30 Great j m e d i a t e t v l!,o srm became l i m p . jG' 1 ''"-""TM: 8 Groucho Marx; i ''I crawled five additional yards.' 8 " 10 Bl!! Story - Tlu-n Capt. A. Washam of O k l a - ' c ? s . ' 7 Bl Â« / own: |:3 Â° Dr - homa and Pfc. John C. Tuersely ' C h r i s t i a n : 8 Red Skelton; 8:30 Canton. Ohio crawled from ntitside : J u d - v G a r l a n d Â»'"h Bin B Crosby, thc compound under the stream o f ' Â· ABC ' " Mystery Theater; 7:30 machine run fire to rescue me." i T1 " G u v ""ma: 8 Mr. President; Priseners Defiant j 8:3 Â° Interview, Rep. John W. Mc- McGuire described the prisoners' Co TM''; ck - ,, . , _ . v on Koje as "defiant, dangerous 1 MBS ' 7 M u K l r a 1 Comedy hour; Irouhlcmakcrs, who turned even B:05 Science; 8:30 Family Thea- thc benefits we gave them into nr ' propagnnfLa for tiieir use." Thc C o m m u n i s t majority o f i prisoners thoroughly i n t i m i d a t e d the a n t i - C o m m u n i s t captives, he said, adding: "When we could. \ve pot the a n t i - C o m m u n i s t s out of the compounds. Often they tried to escape thc -compounds -- and sometimes they made it. Ru! sometimes they : didn't and tvcre dragged back by j the Communists. \Vc would find their handed bodies later. ; McGuire said never in his cx-l perience on Koje did he ever give . an order to fire nn prisoners. j "Just the opposite." he s a i d . i "Once I stationed 15 armed guards ' outside the entrance to Compound! ,,,, .,, 715 ( w h i c h contained 6.00(1 p r i s o n - ! ' :0 ? ^ayne King Show ers) and went in to get 100 Reds: ,, 'j! fiabnel Heatter--1 KILLER TREE/ aylorsville* fnd. , THftT HAS CLAIMED THE LIVES OF 13 MOTOOlSTS --AHO IS STILL SMNO/fJG- SaujCiaajjB' X^^B'T .nthevoruivur.bc. ftfncd BECOTE ENGAGED BY EXCHANGING 3 STRIPSOFSK/H FROM THEIR LEFT ARM.' WEDNBSDAT IVXN1N9 6:00 Dinner ^1usic 6:15 -Starlight Timt 8:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Revie to transfer them to another com- Â· pound. The prisoners of Corn-' pound 76 didn't like this at all and j it was a very tense situation. , "Just a.- the 100 prisoners, marched out of the gate and I ! closed the gate, the other prison-i ers .whipped up a demonstration: and stormed toward the entrance,, a p p a r e n t l y intent on breaking out.! Rut just as the Reds reached the :I10 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Out of the Thunder 8:30 Family Theatre 9:00 M.G.M. Theatre 9:39 M.G.M. Theatre Musical Comedy Musical Comedy 10:00 News gate, my men--immediately out-1 ' side the compound--leveled their i ln: 'Â° FMi ^ guns. "I sprang back against the gate It's Wonderfully Simple 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. H50 of I^P.E-iqland INSTALLED IN 1560 STILL KEEPS PERFECT TIME ftFTER 3?2 \TlftR5 LAUGH TIME "I juÂ»t hope 1 can go tht wÂ«y when my time comci." 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise. N' Shine 7:00 Kof/ee Kup Kaperi 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers Â· 8:00 Robert Hurleigh -M ! 3:15 Morning Devotion I 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition ' 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns I 9:00 Morning Melodies 3:25 News--M j 9:30 Take a N imbi- ! 10:00 food for Thought ; 10:15 Linda's First Love j 1(1:30 Queen for a Day j 11:00 Rhythm Ranch.Hands ! 11:15 Bauckape Commentary i 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Chr.rch of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup ; 11:55 Markets THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 8834 By Site Burnett .lust about the p i T l t i c s t summer dross you'll f i n d -- a n i l it's so simple to sew. for either beginner or e x - ' per!. Why not m a k e up several i n ! h r i c h t l y colored fabrics to round I out the w a r m w c i t h c r season P a t t e r n No. 8334 is a s'ew-'rilc perforated p a t t e r n in ri?.es 10 p 14, Ifi. 18, 20. Size 12, 4 yarn's of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your nnme, ad. dress, sires desired, and the I'AT. TKI1N N U M n K R lo Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Avc. Americas, Nrw York ?,S N Y Basic FASHION fnr '52 iÂ«'fined with Ideas le make your clothM budget RO f u r t h e r -- ttme-navlns Â·rfd o-onomlcol dMlfinj thnt nre Â«ns.v to tew. Olft pattern printed inside. 35 ctnu. 1:00 BASEBALL New York Giants Vs. Philadelphia Phillies 2:00 SomethinB Old 2:15 Something New 2:30 Something Borrowed 2:45 Somolhinc Blue. 3:00 Swine Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n TlmB 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n TImÂ» 5:00 SRI. Preston of tht Yukon 5:30 Sky King 5:55 Cecil Brown EVERYTHING M .MI summ FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVWNMINT AVI.
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