Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 3, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
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a* TLI^JO/, Ju/.» 3, 1752 PAETV5 MACHINE VOTSBS TO VOTIN Top U.S. Court Seatons Believe u/«'n i -i ln Big * am *\y Won I Interfere In Executions Collazo, Kawakita To Perish Unless Clemency Granted Washington-f/P)- The Supreme Court yesterday refused to interfere w i t h executions of 'a Puerto Rican who tried to assassinate President Truman and of a Nisei whose b r u t a l i t y caused American GI deaths in a Japanese prisoner of war camp. FATIMA FIGURE GREETS O'HARA New York--Sen. and Mrs. Fred ! A. Seaton of Nebraska believe j that "two children aren't enough." I They already have tv/o adopted I children, and yesterday they a r r i v - ! ed by plane at Idlewilrt Airport ] from Europe with two more they · are adonjing. ! The newcomers arc Alfred Noble. I six. and Monica Margaret, four, i The children came from a dis- i placed persons orphanage in Ba- ' varia, Germany. Reverse Q Jf · sassination attempt of November 1. 1950, in which » Washington policeman was killed Co,,,TM appealed to' the Supreme PACWOOD, · f - -YOUR BOSS )f- I CANT COME WANTS YOU V- DOM-;-! HAVE ON THE PHONE/- -t j IcJCIDENTALLV. POPS. WHAT DO VOU DO FOR A LIVING? DONT KICK ME OUT.' . 300 DOLLARS ALL IVE COT.' JUST COMSIDEO ME A ROOMER. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami SO SOUR OLP RIDING VEH, BUT I HAP THIS HOSSHIDE JACKET AM'THEM SHOES AAADE OLTT OF HIS HIDE, AM' HIS HOOFS MADE . , GOT SO OLD SOU HAD HIM PUTAWAV EH? . /, SANDWICHES -SILVER-MOUNTED) / HOT BEEF LEAF ASH TRAYS, AM 1 -- V}'I'?,1#'. gffi I WSH I A --AMD THEM HAVE A PIOJIC WERE^HCWE/THG J IS THE KIMD OF ^x E.,C( SOMEWHB3EON KHfc A T££- ·AC* UPrHt»6'iOU\ . . ' , . T M r 1 .1 KUIN6 UP IN SALT LAk'E...«» PLiP I " WfT 00 NO WOP. I'M AIMIV 1 ID THUOW VOU IWCB? THE WHEELS, ON WU TAKE » LETTERS fBOM *WOM OF 4 LETTERS AND LEAVE 5 - «MO NOTCHANGE ITS mE/U4IN5 T EP OELAHANTV THEONW PLAVER WHO EVER LEO BOTMTMi NATIONM. AND MWRICAN IEA6DC5 IN BATTING BUZW.J4KI MAWKg ATOT A SfWItC IUBCHINS FREIfiHT. , . TtLL THE ) O\ H.VT Ll_ IT BE? : "E) ^^r_J TO HIS CREW VITAWNS 3S YEARS AfiO/ FORCED HIS WEN T/0 DRINK LEMON JUICE AS A PPEVENTATIVE AGAINST SCURVY IN I60I/ EAVEN'S (YES, I THINK 00XA...t..rNH»S60N£« TH'twrEBo'Lrt. IOTME TTHINK rtET'-OHir.HOW/OF IT.AM'ft AH WISH AH WAS ft LIKE TBC. { A ·MAN'HkMNV.TJONE, TOO.'.'- L1'SD«AP FTWHIWTS ,,, IDIA, Wkppvf- / OR MAS WE BIN TOOSW? FIKED UO- BUT- «'0».».'-/WMUT J S THAU 1 * OMC THIMS r? T "ET know UK butler did it! 1 / W. Gregory, 35, an ex-Marine, was on the wrong end of an eviction proceeding here yesterday. '^Mr'nV^iri^c^ Rn - acrc f i ) TM"^ d rncy can save" his" mTM now.' ""'' ^ ^in's" ,hfLape S er 71 Far S mer:, The Nisei, Tomoya (Meat B a l l ) , M u t u a l Fire Insurance Association, t a w a k i t a , was convicted of t r e a - i T h e association failed in 1.135 and i son in Federal Court in C a l i f o r - , court action held members l i a b l e ! iia because of his treatment of for its debts. Gl's at Japan's World War I I : A group of i-ate far ~l*n'ama n r i e n n nn L- i - i ' r-, , " " ' * ~ ' -- · - · · . - . . u s,ti" mi; ujy|xii i L i t i l l \ll I.IUI lially ut f a u n l a , re'urrTed ?o hU eoZ ,?'**£*' 7*^7 a " d Ed ^' a l h f a r m ; in 191? ' hlMM HnR of the Most R TM' John F - °' H «». archbishop of! war »nn ,M M J "' , . ' : Z f y warn11 n i m n n t '" ·«"'! Philadelphia, at Lisbon. Looking on are James Kilgallen (left), Inter.: Mies by one of h , ,-'"f ! e \' lc ' lon Papors. Gregory a d - , national News Service reporter, and Bishop Mariano S. Garriga (right)' *el« b one of his uctims. I vanced but the^ d e f i a n t faTMer S | ' of Corpus^Christ], Tex. O'Har* i, among 600 clergy and laymen en Kawakita^was borr^ of Japanese! Gregory to the ground and sat on ,-..1 ,, ... . . . agreed to leave. Gregory told the fanners he Because x-rays destroy rapidly would be back. They answered by (trowing tissue more effectively! singing "God Bless'America." than other tissue and because can-1 -· cer is characterized by r a p i d ! Some Eskimos in Greenland live growth, x-rays sometimes can be more t h a n 600 miles north of the med to control cancer. Arctic Circle. fRANCISCO MAKTO, father of Jacinta and Francisco, two of the three! m " l i u l "hepherd children who saw the apparition of Our Lady of Fatima ' ' I Decoration Services Held At Decoration Day services were held Sunday at the Friendship c o m m u n i t y church, southwest of West Fork, w i t h services held in the morning, afternoon and night and dinner served at noon. The Rev. Oscar Johnson of W i n s l o w preached in the morning, and t h e pastor. Evangelist Nancy Gal- bresth preached in the afternoon at the regular Sundav evenin; services. Every Thursday night a ( Bihle study is held at a home in I the community, followed by a so- 1 cial hour. . Plenty Of Crime ! Los Angeles-(/Pl-Some 852 major crimes, including Ifiv murders j were served to l.nOO.0'00 children I who tuned lo Los Angeles television programs last week, Frank Orme. editor of TV Magazine, television trade publication, reported today. On The Radio New York-W)-Tonight: NBC - 7 Cavalcade Drama; 7:30 Barrie Crai«: K Bob Hope; 8:30 Fibber and Molly. CBS - 7 People are Funny, 7:30 I Mr. and Mrs. North: 8 ' Police I Drama; 8:35 Hearthstone's Mystery. ABC - ^ 7 Newsstand theater; 7:30 K a t h i Morris Drama; 8 America's Town Meeting. MBS - 7 Blaik Musuem; 7:30 Story of Dr. Kildsre; 8:05 Detective Drama; 8:30 Mysterious Thea t e r ; fl:30 General Eisenhower Preview. I Ftderal Employes Increase Washington-(/P-The Civil Service Commission said today t h a t ss * of A p r i l 1 there were 2.380.770 persons working for the federal government. N i n e months earlier, the announcement reported there were 2,312,983 employes. To Nationalize Mines La Pa?.. Bnlivia-ifl 1 ! - Bolivia's government today Ei ,ve n 10-man 'commission 120 days lo work out a procedure for n a t i o n a l i s i n g the ' nation's three big tin mines, those 'of the Patino. A r a m a y o and Hoch- schilri interests. H Toun'tts Killed Gravelines. France-iTIVAt least 33 Belgian tourist.; were killed and 15 injured last night when a ! bus carrying them home from a holiday in France crashed t h r o u g h the guard rail jof a bridge and plunged into a river here. Many scientists believe t h a t the human race o r i g i n a t e d some place in Central Asia about a m i l l i o n years ago and spread from there I to other parts of the world. It is estimated t h a t over half the Kskimos of (he world never saw a snow house. So Cool And Comfortable TUESDAY P. M. 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 5:30 News 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Stjow 7:15 Gabriel Hea.ter--M 7:30 R t h y m i c Rendezvous 7:45 t.ombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Boston Braves 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off WEDNESDAY A. M. 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather i 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Ilurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 3:25 News--M 9:30 Take A Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Lova 10:30 Queen for a Day 8538; Ky 'Sue Burnett How Iq defeat the weather on a summer morning ·-- make this simple home style in a briRht rol'., Ion that's easy to rare for. Accent ' w i t h gayly colored ric rae, lie i h e ! narrow belt softly at one side I Pattern No. 8538 is a sew-rite I perforated pattern in sizes 14 i f j I 18, 20; 40. 41!, 44, 46. Size l f i ' 4 i » ' l yards of .lA-inrl). ' I For this pattern, send SOc for EACH, In COINS, your name, address. desired, and the PAT. TERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Northwest Arkansas Times |)50 Ave. Americas, New York .lit, N Y Basic FASHION for ',12 » flllwi with Ideas to moke your clothe* burt|« KO further - tlme-«.vln«' 1T.1 ^"T 11 ' 1 *L 1tt| K n "»» »w 11:00 R h y t h m Ranch Hands 1L15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical R o u n d u p 11:55 Market Keports WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Hymns e" All Churches 12:15 N'ews .it Noon. 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:15 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 RASF.RALL Game of the Day New York G i a n t s Vs. Chicago Cubs 3.01) Swing Session 3:30 Tune rick'n Time 4.00 Tune rick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Timo 5:00 Green Hornet 5:30 Wild n i l l Hicknk 5:55 Cecil Hrown % GALLON Vinilia Ice (rein 6k Ucfc»f Hor*

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