Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 4, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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-IKMTHWHT ARKANSAS TMMS. toy*****, Comnwbf Efforts To Secure General Walkout hi Parts Apparently A Failure Paris-(/Pi-CommunIst effort! to , a protest against the arrest? last ! paralyze Paris wiht · 24-hour sit- j week of Frances top Red, Party j down strike apparently fell f l a t : Secretary Gcneml Jacques Duclos, again today. Work was' normal in : a n d Andre Stil, editor of the party most factories and the metropo- pap " I'Humanite. But like TM 11 "' ' or " France after the ar- police, manv : TM sls ' H t . odahy ' ! lemonstrition ap- penred to have " zzled ' h o w - - metropo- P a P" ' H u m a n i t e . But like the I lis showed almost no sign of obed- ! a h o r t l v » general walkout the CGTl, icnce to the Red strike call. ' ' Steel - helmetert , armed with tear gts bombs and gas masks, blanket the city, h o w - : A cnrununique from the Public j ' ever, to prevent any violent Red ' Works Ministry, issued at 9:30 a . ' : demonstration against the West. i m ' l i t « d _ o n l y scattered incidents!. The communist-controlled Gen-. °' delays in transportation or other | ' public projects. All wtrp outside ' Paris. The chief stopple was a strike by lugboat crew, ar Marseille, doleiyinj movement of ships in the h 3 r h r r . Paris huser. suhwnvs and suburban Irains ran IMI srhrr!ulc. Flight Training For Reservists Planned Vi'ashinKlo'-f/Tj-The ·Mr Force ] said today it v-il! resume flight i training f.^r rcserv'sts on .1 limit- ' ed sral» ai ?2 locations this summer. Th-7 Air Fore-; lormcrly had 25 reserve? trainin · renters at 23 f J * PAWf' )fne** wTHOtP.' « \ £ver/o*.'}l*TM-\. THAT-* \A 60TNOEACE ?vte-iiupicesx\ SOTU HEAR HAT TNfCt I Mffjt |g faff t "C'T"TV i ( THAT VJOJL.P MEAK! i ,' I t~~\ Y/ED HAve TO AMD IF 'WE GOT K'Ei. . V/E'D NEED A WHOLE N£.V LIViNS °CCM SET eral Confederation of Labor ordered the strike in the capital as AND AT THE "PACKING PLANT" AND MAVBE,WHILE EAH HI* WE RIDE .SACK TO MOUTHS TOWN. HELL DO A / HOT LITTLE TALKING OKAV.' RADLOCK THE PLACE. THE BODV5 OUT NO OUR INJURED MAN'S BEEN TREATED Keep teetk bright Chew Wrifley'i Spearmint Gum. Chtwini help* keep teeth bright. Fr»hen,tMt« OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* / I'VE ASKEP AND ASKED / BOTH OF THEM TO TAKE THE I WOBBLE OUT OF IT, AMD I OH, I DON'T \ KWOW-1VE I SEEM THEM ^ POA LOT OF V^~ WOEK TO eery-- OUT OF A S ) OW'T- SO AT LEAST THEy'LL I TAKE OFF WHAT IT DOESN'T I NEEP BEFORE TMEVLL PACK V IT AROUKJD VERV MUCH. VTJLR SEPVICf, MAAM,' It«SET-tJP ..«,,, OFTHETDMNSPEEOIW JAKEH4MK , I WMOWHIB TQtttttH W MUCE MM.T BY A STUET JKEfflt IN 1670 KING IBRAHIM! WAS ADVISED BV HIS A5TCOLOGER To GIVE A FOCOItC Ib Ite FlftST MAN HC ENCOUNTEftEO OKOPKD Of AD KMO A STUSTOIMKH oeemfD mt MomcHls COLD/ FIRST rrs OM6 THING, THEN ELSE/GAOFRX I WONDEK uww.vDRtr77.Buri K*MMV AN · ~f W'HUFTO' fo DAPPV n.£0 W THE-Y LEAVE UOOURLI'L m ALITHEM ' C H U^K'E/r-AH LOVE* - "U jrwr |M fitad dom't appreciate It, I know torn* OBtwhowilL" . - YOUR COST-OF-LIVING DOLLAR ^t^m^jjjti. VILLAIN OF THE HCL--Just like in your household budget, the word "Miscellaneous" covers a multitude of sins that keep the I cost of living Index going up and up, declare Federal economists. They point to "Miscellaneous" (along with food prices) as the villain that, as of April 15, put the Consumer Price Index up 88.7 per cent higher than the 1935-39 average. It's the little-noticed · and uncontrolled items like recreation, transportation and medical care, that do the dirty work, say the government economics sharks. Thejr figures indicate that food and "Miscellaneous" eat up about two-thirds of your cost-of-living dollar, a! shown above. locations, but suspended them j daughter in marriage. Before he during the current fiscal year, I left the U. S. to succeed Gen. Mat- ending June 30, because of a short- j thew B. Ridgway as commander age of aircraft for training pur- I of United Nations forces Clark had : hoped to be in Fort Monroe, Va., when his daughter, Ann, marries Capt. Gordon H. Costing, June 12. "Under the circumstances." an aide 'said today, ''Genera! Clnrk Mai. Gen. Leon w. Johnson, commanding general of Continental Air Command, said flying will be re-introduced for reserve feels he is too busy to attend the wedding." training wing-* at centers where only ground t r a i n i n g currently is being offered. Writers Conference At Petit Jean Opens Petit Jean State Park. Ark-(/Pi- More than 100 delegates from Arkansas and five other states yesterday opened a three-day Arkansas Writers' Conference here. -- --=· ------Speakers at the opening session: ABC - 7 Mystery Theater: 7:30 included Conference President ! Top Gu - v : 8 Mr - President Drama. Virgil Barmvell, Mrs. Charlotte! MBS ' 7 Musical Comedy Hour; McWhorter of Little Rock, Mrs.! 8:3 ° Family Theater. Lily Carmichael of Little Rock, " Inaugural On The Radio New York-f/Pj-Tonight: NBC - 7 Halls of Ivy; 7:30 Great Gildersleeve; 8 Groucho Marx Quiz; 8:30 Big Storv. CBS - 7 Big Town; 7:30 Dr. Christian; 8 Red Skellon; 8:30 Judy Garland and Bing Crosby. * Joe B. McGee. managing editor of the Conway Log Cabin Democrat, C. C. Allard. editor of the Arkansas Democrat's Sunday magazine, and Sophia Gregor Feisen, a Kansas City freelance writer. Youngsters May Use Advertising Space Free Boys and girls aged seven to 16 may place classified advertisements in the TIMES free of charge during the week of June 814 if they want to get a summer job, or buy, sell or trade articles. There is no obligation for the service. The ads may be submitted on blanks printed in the TIMES, and parents must indicate their consent by signing the ads submitted by their children. Clark Too Busy To Sec His Daughter Married Tnkyo-(/Pi - Gen. Mark Clark won't be able to (five his only Look-Alikes Easy Sewing afternoon at Monmouth Park. June 14, will also honor Flac Day with effective ceremonies planned. A Defense Bond drive will he launched. In a* TIMES--It PIT« KGRH WEDNESDAY KVKNHVB 8:00 Dinner Music 5:15 SUrlisht 71m* 6:30 N«ws 6:45 Ozark Sportu Revtow 7:00 Wayns King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:05 Dwight Eisenhower 8:30 BASEBALL St. I/iuis Cardinals Vs. Boston Braves 11:00 Evening Melodies 11:30 Sign Off THUKRDAT MOKNINQ 9:30 Rise N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 8:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine By S*«? Burnett Dress the smaller member* of the family in matching togs--casv ' to sew and fun. too. Sister's dre.« I has a drawstring neckline roloi- ' ful trim; sunsuit for brother opens I out flat to launder. ' | Pattern No. 883fi is a sfw-rite ! nrrforatcd pattern in sizes 6 months, 1, 2, 3, 4 years. Size i dress. Hi yards of 39-inrh- s u n ' suit. 1« yards. For this pattern, send ,10c for EACH, in COINS, your name. ,d- flress, sizes dnired, and the PAT TERN NUMBEH to S.if BurncH Northwest Ark.nsas Times, I l i f i Ave. Americas. New York 3d N V Bisic FASHION for '52 u fii'i-Ii with Idtn to m.X* yo,,r f i oln 2 budWt i» furthw - HmViinS ·nd wonomlcil dttlfnt thit 1» 7:00 Koffee Kup Kaperi 7:30 Otasco N«wi 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 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 N imb- 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Lov» 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Thnst 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets THtmSDAI AFTMNOON 12:00 Hymns of Xll Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL Detroit Tigcn Vs. Philadelphia Athletics 2:30 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Tims 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tlmt 5:00 Sgt. Preston ol Ui« Yukon 5:.1(1 Sky Kin« 5:55 Cecil Brown ^ GALLON VMiUi ki Craim 63c

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