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June 2, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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_4^«m..wijA.ftAft»A» iiM»j. rgy.H.v.iU. A^oft*^ Monday, Juno 2, 1552 CafBurgler" Under Arrest In Little Rock French Workers Asked winners Of Grange To Go Ou. On* Con|cs|sAnnounced In Benfon County the fear of a violent "cat burglar." Itectiv Chief C. O. Fink announced last night that a three- year "reign of terror" prided for the city with the arrest of a 30. year-old m i l k route salesman. Paris-WP)-The Communist-run , J.James Albert Siglcr. (French Confederation of L a b o r ! Siglcr, arrested early yesterday I has railed a 24-hour strike, in the i | morning, a d m i t t e d he was the c a l l Paris area Wednesday in protest i b u r g l a r who had entered L i t t l e I against the government's week- Rock homes, snatched nocketbnoks j end crackdown on t h r Reds. The and s t r u c k women victims the ; d e m a n d -- f o r workers to lay down past thren years. Sigler denied = their tnnls once they get back to t h a t he had attempted to rape any · work Wednesday a f t e r the long o{ the women. Chief Fink said Ihe j Pentecostal weekend--went out suspect had been accused of at- ! after a m e e t i n g of t h e C'GT Execu- temntrd r r i m i n a l assault by : live Committee yesterdsy. "half a dozen women." j Prosecutor Tom Dnwnie. \vho filed burglary a n d r o b b e r y charges against Sigler yesterday, , said the investigation is "far from J being comnlrte and many more j rharges w i l l he filed later in all i likelihood." I The routem.in, who had been i Calif under suspicion, was arrested f o l - j ^he lowing a burglar report in t h e j f j R n "terror" neighborhood. Chief Kink , \yedn said Sigler confined his entrances ' ^ :,,* H i , i '-M"1 |r " K"i-i »% 111 jvn.s. ne.ssie for IV most part to customers ! ^^^ promotional secrelarv of on his m i l k route. i lbp F , lvcltpvin , D i s ( r i r t: Mrs! E. It is estimated t h a t on an ave- J rage day. the Missouri R i v e r car- ' ried, 275,000 tons of silt past Oma- Yqu ffesfecK THE *e * crxxif AN * BUM COOKIES^/* - THEY 15 ... , GONE TO SO*ETHIN' I tilti OP A MOUSE GUEST? A FED6WBLE 0-FFtNSE Apprehension Of Suspect Ends "Reign Of Terror" 'HE COOLED FIT a C/FP T:~ Rork-iypi-Rosidcnfs o Ontral J , i t t l c Rock slept ppsrp f u l l y Ihis morning, unrlir.furhcd r» ; g * ;.r^; ;;..:·« ?.; r *.'h,c E r,.,.,,,...V-rVP'- _ fiOPPET WAMTED DO IT THE HARD Wtf COT ONE IN A VAT OP MOT CI5EASE. SAM. HOW ARE SOU COMING' AND ONE POP FIRST AID. THEY ASKED R3Q it costs so little so Enjoy lively sptirmint flsvor. Cools your mouth -swKtcns brMtr OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomi Ft ASH ME A6AIM.' VOU TWO WOULP PUT A BARREL WITII ONE BEAM IT IM COLP STOR TO SAVF rr.' B4ILEV5 THOEE HCU5S CVEKOJE ON HIS AGAIN/ _ J - r WW,MOTHERS SET CRAY -, x . : ^,~* 'V 1 S -T !:: :: I _ \'JECO\DS -\\;7 \, J ~ L ^or;-\.i/ AND HER FATHER- CHMtUSB.PWPM BETWEEN THEM HAVE LIVED DURING THE TERMS OF EVEBV PRESIDENT OF THE U.S. / FOR AFEW MOMEN1B THERE, BY GADf KY. I THOUGHT I WA» MWOON'SDE TEBMINCD PURSUIT, OOP SAILED OFF INTO THIN ,,,, AIR WHEN HE l-f RAN OUT OF fa 1 SOMI. THING BCTTER1O RUN ON. ?7-SOMETHiNj' 50 WHAT? ITL.L 1MTO7H B BUT AH THOUGH 1 ' LIKCO ALL THIS Mr. I ^CX VAWK HOME// Well, lince the televiRion inn't working, we'll just have ~- - . · to try to remember how to Ulk." ' Window Mayor E. A. Hobbs is spendinc a brief vacation at tlie home of his ! Garfield-(Special)-The Benton County Pomona Grange m e t Thursday in the Apple Spur Comm u n i t y Building. Three candidates , received the obligation for Pomona membership: Mary Ethel Morgan and LeOtis Hall of Shidj- ' Grove Grange and J. C. Clark of Round Prairie Grange. Mrs. Mary May announced these winners of the soil conservation essay contest semi-finals: Robert Charles Hunter, first place. So; W i l b u r Lee Waters, second. S3; i ji " LJK.- *idier.\ secono, tJ; I son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and and Richard T. Miles third S' .Mrs. Roy Khilling of San Diego,! Mrs. Joyce J o n e s ' n ? Oak "Hill 's Socip'v o mp f" C ' Pl ,," T ,1 rlnv were ~ Fountain of S u l p h u r Springs rc |ary of state Mrs. R. K. Rent l i f e secretary who con-' t r a i n i n g school for offi- Grange was elected to the office of j Pomona. Mrs. May installed both I Miss Pet'sry Patterson of Twelve J Corners Grange as Ceres and Mrs. ! Jones. Carol Kemp reported t h a t Oak Hill Grange has purchased the Oak Hill School Building. making- It the first Grange Hall to be cs- since the sec- for women; a n d , . . ^.v ^ of Fayetteville. j tahlished in Arkansas spiritual ducted f cers. I.es Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reed, has returned to this country after 15 months d u l y in, ,,.,,,,,,,, , lal ,^, v Korea, and has been released from i nations of funds active d u t y . He spent three j Miss Mabel King, home demon- lonths w i t h Arkansas' 9,16th I slration sgent, was judge in the Grange was reorganized here in 1947. Uan Jessup reported on the selection of a dairy specialist for Benlon County, in which the Granges participated through do- Field A r t i l l e r y B a t t a l i o n , and the r e m a i n i n g months w i t h the 582nd Quartermaster Regiment. He ioin- ed his wife in Ft. Louis and t ^ e couple came here to make its home. Mr. and Mrs. Guv Bradle St. Louis are v i s i t i n g their son j A program was presented by and daughter-in-law. Mr. and i Hickory Creek Grange. Partici- ; Mrs. Xennetn Bradley. p a n t s w o r e Mrs . ,,.., Bcrrv Mrs _ , Guests of Mrs. Ida M u i r last j i ? , lb el Cloppert. Mrs. T.ucreta An; week were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph , derson. and Sandra Sue Sigmon. ; Muir of Pratt Kan., and Miss j The ]K , xl meeting will be held Beadle of Little Rock, who will ! J u n c 3n j n Washington Countv : remain for the summer. i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Page anrl children of Kansas City. Kan., are | spending a week with their re- i sriective parents. Mr. and Mrs. ! Dick Pase and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tomlinson. Juanita and Kli7abeth Bullion are home on v a c a t i o n from St. Anne's Academy at Fort Smith. Miss Mary C-ntcr. daughter of Li-wis Center Danny Drumm Drummond married Thursday, May 22.' at Van Buren. Only immediate mem hers of the families and friend were present. Following the cere mony the groom returned to Cali a n n u a l Pomona cake contest. Winners were: Class A, Mrs. Isa Berry. Mrs. Joyce Jones, Mrs. Corrine C a l l a g h a n ; class B, Mrs. Bessie Mickel. Mrs. Mary May, Mrs. Heli en May, Mrs. Isabel Cloppert. and 1 "''class C. .Mrs. Willie Allen. son i A program was presented On The Radio New York-f/Pl-Tonig-ht: NB'J - 7 MacPae Show; 7:30 Barlow concert: 8 Voorhees concert; 8:20 Band nf America; 9 California primary preview. CBS - T Suspense; 7:30 Talent of \V,n=low and CBS " '' Suspense; 7:30 nond. son of Tate ! Scnuts; 9:M R e x Allen - f Winslow. w e r e 1 A n c ' 7 Henr ' Ta - vlor ' . · i ".-jn u;« u-,«^i ^^-,«,-,. o fornia. where Mrs. will join him later. Drummond Buckner Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Boyd of Calor.ndo Springs. Colo., have been guests of Mrs. Fry Davis and Mrs. Myfrle Wagner, who are ill. Mrs. Floyd Brnyles and son, Richard, and Mrs. Andy P.I boon, who have been guests of Mrs. Rhoda Mhoon, have returned to their homes at" Fort Smith. Eugene Atkisson is hornp on leave after serving two years aboard the USS Whitstnck in Korean waters. He i? the guest of his j brother" and sister. Robert and : Lorene Atkinson, his .grandmother, j Mrs. Emma Sharrock. and bis i a u n t and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. j Cloud Atkisson. Talk; . :30 Big Hand drama; 8 Whiteman Teen Club; 9:30 Time for Defense. MBS - 7 Woman of Year; 7:30 Crime Does Not Pay; 8:0-5 Crime fighters; 8:30 Korean report. Failure of the 1845 potato crop in Ireland stimulated heavy immigration to the United States from that country. An outstanding flavor--Junfle'l Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tl That Magic Dress 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 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. New York Giants 10:15 Platter Party i 11:00 Platter Party i 11:30 SisnOtt TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise 'N- 1 Shine S:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:0u Koffe,-! Kup K.ipers 7:30 otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kuy Kapers 8:00 Bob HurleiRh 8:15 Morning Devotion R:30 TIMES M o r n i n g 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 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauc.kage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 1I:M M a r k e t Report 8841 11-20 liy "Sue Burnett Three o u t f i t s in one to stretch your summer wardrobe! Here is a handsome pi inress-ilned dross to wear as a sundress; add the button-on collar Oi- i-apelet, and you've two entirely d i f f e r e n t looking frocks. Pattern No. 8841 is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes I I , 12 1.1. 14, Ifi, 1R, !0. Sb.c 12. dress, 3-14 yards of 39-inch; collar, -1-i yard; capelet. 1 yard For this p a t t e r n , send ,10c for EACH, in COINS, your nnrr-.e, nri- rlross. slips drelrrd, and the PATT K R N NUMRKR in Sue nurnelt, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 36 N Y Basic FASHION for '52 is filled with Ideas te make your cloth* hurlset fo f u r t h e r -- time-iivlnt «nd Konomlcal dwlnnj Ihit »re to new. Gift pitwr* printed 11 ctnlt. TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns nf All Churches 12:15 News at Norm 12:30 Chuckwauon .lambnivc 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASF.riALI, Game of t h e T)av 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 Sgt. Preston 5:,l,t Sky Kinn 5:55 Cecil Brown % GALLON Vinilii ke (rein 6k ITM. Uck«

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