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

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 10, 1952
Page 10
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POLICE CURB R£D RIOTERS IN TOKYO 'TAINT THAT, UNCLE ALBSBT. MUCH AS HOP AT AWOffM. ICXX DEAP-^J ALLTHtr WAV5 VOMDEPF'uL cS A FOP XXI TOP BFiNfi SO OOPS.' B4INTWENT AND AT THE TV STATION. SING TO ME AGAIN. TONSILS- ITS SO BEALTTIFULf SOU MUST GET HIM am" OP Mi HOUSE C3UIETLV--WITMOUT FARE. WITHOUT PUBLCITY. JAPANESE POLICEMEN SEARCH a felled rioter for acid bombs and other wrnpnns nt the height of the Communist-led "Martyrs' Day" disturbances in Tokyo. Similar riots brohe out in four large Japanese cities ant) smaller communities throughout the country. Three persons were killed and at least CO injured in tho rioting. Three or the injured were American ncwspepsr correspondents. (JntCTnutional Radiophoto) WORKER FATHER OF THE YEAR-Chrislophi-r ZioRlor. 52, o[ Avon Lake, O., has reason to smile proudly as his wife. Eileen, makes a "final inspection" before ho leaves for a Boy Seoul meeting with his son. David, 13. He has been named as "Worker Falhcr of the Yrar" hy the National Father's Day Commillce. 7,ieslcr is a itock-chiiser (or a truck trailer manufacturing concern. Father's Day will be observed this year on June 15. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams -/ O.K., VOJ DIDN'T V -1 FERGIT TO STOP (THt£Pt:--WOW HOLD 4 TH' LETTER LIP SO Il, I CAW SEE IF VOLI /I GOT IT DIRTIED.' yV- HOLY SMOKE-' AM I THAT EAP HIM THAT IT SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOG-Drcaming of Happier days, this Minneapolis dog sits forlornly by his favoritu fireplu", wnieh was knocked down by a careless motorist. The forlorn _hdo_h/s the sympathy ol tho fire department's repair crew THE VJOERV WAET Ml. Everer.l. bclicvcrl tn ho the st peak in the world, is ?9.11112 feet tail. s,-,vs the National GeoRraphic Society. SS-n (K^wsswy^isS YOU NffWT »W«y, MM. |A«Ylt, IM JlrtT T TWiES HCLOOtl SECONDS Sew-Simplc For Playtime 6LUE, ANGEL H»«0 TO TUKN 50 I'VE LOOSE. A NOTICED, TUESDAY P. II. 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time '·! 8:30 News 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter^M i 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Brooklyn Dodgers COST OC LlV'iKS... SL'^EIS-O? Aa-LiT; ^---T ^^J.^^E^LEV. M5 lie .vife of a DETERMINED K WWJRY EftCH 0? HER 5 KMJtHTERS TO A BISHOP 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Pl.itlcr Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off WEDNESDAY A. M. "i TM Rise 'n Shine 6:00 Rire N' Shinn (i 10 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine ELUOtD kWILD- KYtO VWMAN BV ' INTO WELL.WMATCHA KNOW AT LEAST IVE MUST «· A GOOD OMtN... THEY a»,Y LONG *,5 A MAN'S SOT I«S HAT HE'S NOT TOO BAD Off. IN' 1 MN1 FOUND ANY WAV OUT' Uy Sue Burnett TM RULE Ar TWOWPHANAGK IS . LEGAI.UV A aAB'V UNTIL -OU'*E ADODTIB -OR NOU CAW rAB AM'THF.MYOOH LCTTFR ) CAME-RFQOE'iTING'AMy -x IV PCTV: THAT QAVE-'EM ^ . RIGHT TO UULOAD MIN J OM -vo'.'.' THAMKS COB. SIGNING TH'PAPEWS "'" ^ VOUM NOW -- --THCV WCRE A I I'L T LI'L ORPHAN TOR 4 O V F A VP ADOPT HIM AND W C OUST HAIN'T GOT ·MAINS ENOUGH T'FARM HIS LIVIN'- PI. DIM ruirM»"HNrii'm. -. I Here is a dirlinc little play dress : | Inat i.-; iho easiorl kind of sowinp. , I and all she- needs for summer i pl.iylimc . Skirt and panlie ,ir» cut j in one pjrce u-rap nround ami tic ' in fro'il. Trim \vilh hold ric vac. Pattern No. 8fifiO i!; a sew-rile inrforati-.-l pattern in sizes 1, 2. 3, 4. 5, 0 years. Size 2. 2'i yards of 3n-in:-h. For this pattern, semi 30c for ; EACH, in COINS, your name, adorers. sizes dcrirod. and tho PATTERN NUMRKR to Sue nurnett, ''· Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150' Avo. Amorioas. Now York 3d. N Y I Rasle FASHION for '52 is filled ' with ideas le make your clothe* . hwlRpt no further -- (Ime-savliiR ' ·nd economical d*«lRns tjiat are cnsy In sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 2.1 rvnu. 7:00 Koffee Kup Knpcri 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Knpers 8:00 Robert HurleiRh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 3:30 Times Morning Rditlon 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns S:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 3:30 Take A Number 10:011 Food for Thmisht 10:].") l.iudn's First I,ovn 10:30 Queen for a Day You My Htrriton winU to |et nwrrM in the wont w«yT Whtt otter wty to Il:0n Rliythm Rnnch Ilnnds 11:15 liaiick.nne Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55' Marki I Hrports WE11NESI1AY P. M. 12:fiO Hymns r - All Churches 12:15 News .it N'non 12:30 Churkwnn" 1 ' .lamhnron 12:45 Kidrrs of the Turple Snfio EVERYTHING N PIUMMNO «nd FAYETTEVILLE IKON «ml METAL CO. 1:00 nASF.BAI.I. C.:im" of the Day rhilnrielphin Phillici V:;. Chicago Cubs 3-00 Swing Session .1:30 Tunf Pirk'n Tim« 4:00 Tune Pirk'n Tims l Time Plek'n Tlma S:0fl Orrcn Mnrnct -wild nni »:M CccU Brow*

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