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ft.--NMTHWISt ARKANSAS TUMCS. tav*tavllfc. AftMMt Friday, Jon. 13, 1952 YOU THINKS X Â«fi*T/AN'*roP \ fXfcfc'A MHIL.Y TABLEAU U KB K^iS""^ A B JKii!S^ J/1" 16 PB*wNÂ«TÂ«Â«res Â«u Â» Â» iAiitfW ,,, WH^HoHf WILL Â« war eer r m A BEAU WITH MM TO HAVE UvA 01P IrClAN COIN OF KLACK FOOT MNTASe EPITOE IN THE COUNTeV i* A Lovte OP I WONDER WHAT WE'RE HAVING FOR SUPPER I X I I'M-lVi HIDING OUT.' MV LIFE'S HANGING BV A THREAD.' THE GANGSTERS WAMT ME-- RIGHT-AND SOU MAY BRING DEATWTOME AND MVWIFE. GO BACK TD V3OR TELEVISION- 7 LISTEN. I GAVE J YOU 300 BUCKS National Head Of AMVETS To Speak At State Meeting John L. Smith, national commander of AMVETS, will be the keynote speaker at the state convention in Fort Smith Saturday. Commander Smith lias been active in veterans' affairs for many years and has successfully instigated the purchase of a new headquarters in Washington. Smith will arrive in Fort Smith at 2 p. m. Saturday, and will be (he principal speaker at the banquet that evening at the Goldman Hotel. On Sunday afternoon he will go to El Dorado, with Harry Steinberg, national executive commit- tecman. Ho will address the lie- | tary meeting on Monday and I will make two radio speeches j while he is in Atkansas. ' Attending the convention also! will be two national vice-corn- ' manders, Miss Josephine McGee and Frank Kent, both of Baton Rouge, La. Several hundred AM- VETS from, all over Arkansas are expected to attend. Silas Richardson, 87, Dies In St. Louis Silas Richardson, 87, Negro, lifelong resident of Fayetteville, died Tuesday afternoon in St. Louis, j rv:o., where he hal been visiting for the past four weeks. He was the son of the late Charlie and Anna Richardson and was a member of the St. James Methodist Church. Survivors are a foster daughter, Mrs. Pauline Phillips, St. Louis; one brother, Charlie Richardson, Webb City, Mo.; one nephew, Dr. H. Tollctt, Muskogoc, Okla.; four nieces. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock -d\. the SI. James Methodist Church by the Rev. A. L. Buchannan. Burial will be in the Oak cemetery, under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Enjoy lively spearmint flivor, Cools your mouth -sweetens breath. Cct alcÂ«PÂ»ckaÂ«Â« \ WIELDING AN AXE, a West Berlin postal worker is shown about to cut OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams I OH, OARLINS, HOW PERFECTLY wmmmiu wwnu. WECO? HOW ABOUT A FISHING TRIP TO ACAPUICO, IMIFF, OR NOVA SCOTIA? OR, FOR A SECOND HONEYMOON, THERE'S ALWAVS 'HK NIAGARA FALL:. STRANGE! WHO COULD IE CAUM6 US HERE?/ DON'T ANSWIR! AFRAID! |M_zzzÂ£ir, f THOUGHT I \VASN'T\ ' \1 AFISHER*\AN.HUH?) ' K U i o i fU. HE INTERESTED ) /INDIAN QOTUM TO LEARN TH' WAY J--'x.SOFT HEART, OUTA THIS CAN- / UG) \ NOT SOFT ^lO^l...^^uRE / you no} HEAD/ COULDNTFIND \ LEARN! IT MV6H.F. 1 I WE NO LETUM VOU SEE) WELL,WELL...I SEE / YO1) FWUM DOUW-E. .TH6 YOU BOV9PID Mil HA.RD- HEADED CLUNK RIGHT..VEZZIR... V EXTRA TOUGH AN' NICE COIN'; /^S HEAP HEAVY! f THAT'S 'PER CUTS AW BRUISES, DU FOOL-1 OOT A UI.CF.RATEP \ -TOOTH/ IT DON'T PAY TO KNOW TOO MUCH- WEAR SVERVBOD/ COV:E COWN WITH TH' FLU BUT US OU^S WHO TOOK- THAT STUFF FEE CUTS AW BEUIS6S.' 1 1HF.V WERE OUT THIS IS. FIK-ST AIP, MOT A LAST RESORT. WE HAVE JAMAICA GIKkSE-R TAKE YOUK. CHOICE/ i ' - BOKK1 THieTY VEAES. TOO SOOM the cable linking the Reds' radio in West Berlin with East Berlin after British troops seized the Soviet controlled Building, which If In the British sector. But two days later Eduard von Scnnitzler. one of East' Germany's best Known commentators (he's trapped In the building)! came on the air with a bitter attack on what he called an Â·Â·Anglo-- American act of terror" against the station. This was the first lndica-1 tion that the station still could broadcast, l International SoiLndpholoji Little Rock Retail Price For Cream Drops Little T?ock-W)-D2iry owners say that the retail price of cream has dropped about eight cents a quart during the past week in Little Hock and North Little Hock. ] One dairyman said the drop could l be attributed to a decrease in demand. He said he did not expect a similar drop in the retail price of milk. Today's Market-- Believe It orMrt/ HOUI WOULD Ml PRONOUNCE'GHOTI*? Answer: FISH AS IN UU6H -- 0 Â«S IN WOMEN-I Tl AS IN NATBM--SH St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, I11.-H)- USDA-Hogs 7,500; 150-220 Ibs 10 i to 25 higher; 230 Ibs up steady; l sows steady to 25 higher: very j irregular on light stuff under 170 Ibs. parlirtilarly 140 Ibs down, some of which 50 or more lower: about two loads choice Nos. 1 and 2 21.15; other choice 180-220 Ibs 21.00-10: 230-270 Ibs 19.75-20.75; 280-325 Ibs 18.25-19.50; 150-170 Ibs 18.50-20.00: 120-140 Ibs 16.00-18.00; 100-110 Ibs 14.00-15.50; sows 400 Ibs down 17.50-18.00: heavier weights 1C.OO-17.00; stags 14.0016.00. Cattle 600, calves GOO; few commercial and mixed yearlings barely steady to weak at 26.00-31.00; few cows barely steady with yesterday's decline, but most bids off 50 cents or more'; bulls 25 lower; vealers barely steady; few utility cows 20.75-22.50; few canners and cutters 10.00-20.50; utility and commercial bulls 22.50-26.00; few 26.25; cutter bulls 20.00-22.00; Sood and choice vealers 28.0034.00; sorted prime 35.00-36.00; utility and commercial vealers 21.00-27.00; culls 18.00-20.00. Sheep 300; lambs and spring lambs 50 to 1.00 lower; aged sheep slow; early sales steady; top spring lambs 28.00; bulk Rood to prime 26.00-27.50; lond good and choice 110-lb shorn lambs 24.00; cull to good slaughter ewes 5.00-9.00. On The Radio New York-yP)-Friday night:- j NBC--7, Roy Hogerj; 7:30 Na. tional Open Golf; 8, Mario Lanza j Songs; 8:30, Who Goes There, ! Leon Pearson. Â· CBS--7. Musicland TJSA Hour; i 3, Big Town Variety; 8:30, Wax- 1 works. ! ABC--7, Dick Powell; 7:30, This I is FBI; 8, Ozzie and Harriet; 8:30, District Attorney. MBS--7, Adventures of Maisie; 7:30, Gracie Fields Variety; 8:05, Magazine Theater; 8:30, Armed Forces Review. HflS BEEN WORN ! BY EVERY fflAVOR OF5ANDWICH,ENGl.flNO FOR495 YEARS/ IH1157 FRENCH SOLDIERS SaCKEP THETOUIH mo MURKRED ITSfiWVOR tAUGH TIME YAS'M ftBU iTAkJO THAR AN' iHtSPCLLE TELL ME LI'L ABNUR /HIS OWN I WRIT AMAV FO'/NAME WRC*K I A BABY.'.' --f"" TH'AOOPP- ^^ \SHUN PAPERS, K -SO THEY TOOK TH'CHILE AWAY.'.'---AH D DIDN'T CVAH THINK AH'D HAFTA COMPLAIN 'BOUT OEW LI'L ABNER'S WIFC-6UT.-OH- -THAR'S ONE THING AH Â«'Â«OTTA TELL YO', 'BOUT , OUR MARRIED LIFE-- - AFORE AH DO-SET DOWN AN'GIT A FIRM GRIP ON YORESEUP.'.' TH-THIS I G-GONNA BE A NUNMNOM/r , "He'll be back using the garden note in a day or two... got the water bill yMteriay." Among early Anglo-Saxons a j bridegroom was given a shoe by ' the bride's father and custom dic- : tatcd that he strike his bride on I the head with it to prove he was i master. KOBH I / FRIDAY EVENING 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tim* " : 8:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review Simply Wonderful 883 12.42 By Sue Burnett Twin scallops finish the side closlnB and hipline of this cool, collarlcss dress for all around wear. Tie the belt softly in a bow. Our clearly illustrated sew chart guides you smoothly and easily. Pattern No. 8839 is a scw-ritc perforated pattern In sizes 12, H, 16, IB, 20;- 40, 42. Size 14, 4 yards of 39.|nch. For this pattern, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, nd- dross, sizes desired, nnd the PATTERN NUMBF.U to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arknnsns Times, 11501 Avc. Americas, New York 36, N. Y. Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled ! with Ideas to make your clothes i budget go further -- time-saving' inrl economic*) dwlgni thai are I easy to new, Out patten printed luM*. U 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Magazine Theatre 8:30 Armed Forces Review 9:00 News 9:05 Adventures ot MazlÂ« 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off SATURDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise TY Shine 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6-35 Rise -I' Shine 7-00 Minutes by Music 7:15 Jordanaires 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddies Hit Pajade 9:30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue 10:00 New Record Releases 10:15 New Record Releases 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 President Truman 11:30 Church of Chriit 11:45 News at Noon SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Man on the Farm 12:30 Dunn on Disks 1:00 BASEBALL New York Yankeci Vs. Cleveland Indian] 3:00 Hawaii Calls 4:00 Lan Lan Enscmbl* 4:30 Bands for Bonds 4:45 MuMcal Interlude 5:00 Harmony Rangcri 5:15 Preston Sellers 5:45 Pccwcc Rccsa Show SUPER!