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June 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 23, 1952
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R.F.D. Seven ty JACK CMMlt Wasn't tha'f a warm spring we just h a d ? I don't know w h e t h e r you noticed it or not, but summer didn t begin untii Saturday. Wo had a preity busy week, too. Tne a c t u a l m a i l wasn't so bad but we had at least one round of boxholders every dav. Today we hid n double dose of mail from the REA. We had the regular monthly paper t h a t they put out to all their customers and we also had an "official notice" to each patron. This notice t e l l s all about a big blowout t h a t the coop is h a v i n g down at the Fair Grounds on J u l y ]. This year seems to lie something e x t r a special. As well as the business mcel- , in«, election of officers, ete., they | are p u t t i n g on a lot of free entertainment, giving away some prizes a#d, in general, seeing t h a t everyone has a good time. Mrs. Robert Kohn ,,,,., ,,,, ,,cited when I saw her at t h e mail all a pretty it addressed were away for FRESHEN YOUR TASTE! OKAV, WE'LL GIVE vou THE JOB TJP WHEELING WE GARDENIAS IN FPOM THE PICKING ROOM SAY. HAVEN'T I SEEN NCXJON TELEVrSHN? . Mir;rE« i CAN r i iS. ""^ "O' GIVE ME AO14NCE' ?$$yR$$i Chew Wri,| cy ', Spe.^.n, Gum Enjoy iti lively, ddicioui flavor Cooli mouth - freshens Ustf. SOT!! to chew - «nytin« I OUT OUR WAY · · « ....... By J. R. Wllliomt ' VOU'l?e IN-- SO SOU BETTER MAKE TH' BEST OF m t\LL SHOW VOU HOW TO KEEP V2^ CUTTIM 1 EACH OTHE THBOAT OR LES5 OFF IM THESE LITTLE LOT.. SET BACK HEFRE, PINGREE-rTS PAINFUL FOR ME TO HAVE TO WATCH YOU. Gar, JUGT ,,,. WJS Ik COMMAND OF A WHOLE SOUNEG fOK FIVE MINUTES.'; Aut IVOUIO ntlPtK "TO W»IK, »UT NO IWNUWDRMdKYOR TAXI DRIVE* CAN CONCIIVI Of ANYONe (0 I KIPE TO THE AIRPORT, LAVINA JOHNNY $«Ki« lnAMIel MANCH , MAN 0( AN «MH!f»N WANTIM4 TO WAlK. ROOE WINNERS AT AQUEDUCT RACE TRUCK AT THE AGE OP 10 / )(MlSTEg, MAY WE BORROW ri^vtr/ A MINLIT Sfcy iis^y f» { FIOMTHG BRIOCC Manna Afnca A SMnlM CASING AMCHORED AT BOTH ENDS ^ - " ,··----·-· _rviTW ni«k.nv/H.[lbf HI DUIH CPlLO 49 FEET AWAY [ AlirSVPPOerU) ONLY By fa WTKITSMNS Su'SKSSV ^ E - w '} ««5 FIELDS n,TM J .,^£, E/^ANM- MORt GOLD NOOP1SLOST ~AM\ON Of WEALTH UNTOLD! " j~MM| FMDS U^ K A*rCA«Tf OMUNt AN .· f :-.\ cv Row.r ,, · few d»y» Urt week «nd J left their mail with Mr. Booth. This gave the wren that Jias nested in the Bond mail box a chance to catch up with her job of hatching out a bunch of eggs. During this hot, sticky weather I have noticed that horses has-e a . ' · '"-' "i '"v man i nave noucen mat rtorses h ( bo* Saturday It seems that it was | nice deal worked out. Thev find I c | a , she an". n' e b q a n n , K r S a r ' V a n d ! S ° m e " ice Fhad ' v spot a nd ; 'standuer ,she and Bob were celebrating the side by side, but facing in oppo- uL occasion by t a k i n g a short trip to site directions. Then they fan ?ach' out *," "i^',^^^r^' r " thcr «"" «h« 'ails. This a l s o i d T i . keeps sway flies and other biting insects. Explosion Jusf Lot .Of Hot Air Philadelphia . I, na radio annour Williams the Mountain cut and X. N. Shn\v t e l l s me t h a t he has found Ihe "carbide method" very i e f f e c t i v e in Retting" rid of moles. Hnrr.M , He places s m a l l lumps of carbide! wa . '".;. ' i n the runs and then ^luts a f c w | i a , , . drops of water on i t . This is sup- j n h posed, lo create a gas t h a t does th, a way w i t h t h e mo!e. Last week t h e v changed the n u m b e r i n g svstem on H n m i v i M e ,"''"' "" : '""" wou| a siay in Street. , "carr! ,nai f " s Tr I j Td ""' Oih *TM«- "" ""I houses along Ihere and some of ! £"? "'."h '" """V" P "' " " gM . I h e m u s e street numbers instead I ' " the TM mf shape ' ' o f iiFT) 7. Of course t h i s fouls up . . . · · t h e mail for a w h i l e as the mail i s ' , . ' n a « another letter from Nellie usually t h r o w n to the city carrier · f i r s t . However, the mail did get to uncer, had a first ijstery on their hands yes- when they found the rear · o f his new sedan blown d .glass seattered up the ' T' T''' d ' d a nice « --f e | l h 7" " nd p u l in t w n or lhr *« s TMall ( ' ray H a u ' k last «'"Ck. Nellie is . , o TM e "' m - v Kansas fans who lives me l a t e r and I have learned most i '", a " tilc t o w n C8llcd Detroit, near of the folks alone there. There! A b l l e n f l - She was tellinj; me about were t w o or three instances i , '"'* Hepublican rally they had where hvo or more f a m i l i e s used) She ' ven sent m s a paper 'he same n u m b e r and t h a t made ' '" at - ' Neighbors said they remembered a muf led ex-plosion during th e n'Rht. Games told officers he had no known enemies. n,,^| Ura T^ agents soon solved 'he puzzle. The window had been blown out by heat expansion. The ' mside temperature of the car rose throughout the day and drooped suddenly with nightfall and a cool- j i n g shower. Most u n u s u a l , the Insurance Sl e ;. eX , pl ' in! ' tl - Case cl °sed, t h e the details. But main- l i t l l e d i f f i c u l t . If you get your I Y she w " s t h a n k i n g me for men" ' ' ,. - tinning her in the column a couple of years ag-o. Said t h a t she had renewed several old friendships since that lime. Glad to do it, Ncl- li* ·lobn Autry has retired from the Two Are HeldTfler Bombing In Tel Aviv Tel Av Israe1-«rt-Pollce here . - - o c e e r e have arrested a prominent Jewish newsman and one other man following bomb blasts Saturday night ' t the home of Israel's minister of i«K., .m.^ irureo irom tne su^m proper! chicken business and has moved jured no one. back down th» h,n tn n,,..»,..« D^I: - , s e r communications, David Pinkas The explosions caused onlv slijfht property damage and in- back down the hill to Durham. And it was so hot last week when Austin Heed's chickens were Police said the pair being held were seen leaving Pinkas' home just before the explosions. They' - -,---- ' ,,'Lncii.., wtrie j'«^i M c i u i e me exp osions Th ready or the market, they wait- are Amos Canaan, aTcoTumniJfor ed u n t i l a f t e r midnight to pick ] Liberal newspapers and Ben Ya^r Ihem up. Then the broilers had a I Shaltiel. alr nice cool ride lo the early morning I . Muskogee market. ' over in Oklahoma for several month.':. I have heard of a few fish hc- Forl Fo """l*lion Plan Arkadelphia, Ark.-m-Hender- son State Teachers College has ot Trus - Soldier Says He Will Quit Writing Brass I Monterey. Calif.-W)-A 24-year-I i old soldier who wrote Gen Mark i j Clark t h a t U. N. h a n d l i n g nf t h e ! Koje Island prison ramp riots was! repugnant and digrareful" t r a d e d ' his sergeant's stripes for t h o s e 1 of a p r i v a t e first class Saturday. A special court martial which convicted C. Dean Chase of "disrespect to a supericr officer" yesterday, also decreed that he must forfeit $75 a m o n t h from his pay for the next six months. | Chase, a regular Army man from ' Salt Lake City, U t a h , v.-as well satisfied w i t h the verdict. "Wonderful. wonderful." h e : beamed. "I won't be w r i t i n g letters of this nature again." English is the most widely used I language in the world having ov- | i crtaken German in science and ' French in diplomacy says the National Geographic Society. Not white, not wheat, not rye, out i flavor blend of ill three-| Junje's Roman Meal nreao. 11-19-tf Colors Combine Smartly i he state p l a n n i n g committee May 28th adopted changes in the foundation's idea nf having Arkansas teachers undergo four years of general education and a" Eol called internship in the f i f t h year. On TheRadio New York-(,P)-Monrtay night · NBC--7 Gordon MacRae; 7:30 Howard Barlow Concert: 8 Donald Voorhecs concert; 8:30 Band of America. CBS--7 Stars in the A i r ; 7 30 Godfrey Talent Scouts; 8 Romance Drama; 8:30 Broadway's My Beat. ABC-7 Henry Taylor Comment; 8 W h i t c m a n Teen Club- 8:30 Time for Defense. MBS--7 Woman of the Year; 7:30 C^-ime Does Not Pay; 8'05 Crime fighters. KGRH M3NDAI MIGHT 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 R h y t h m i c Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Brooklyn Dodgers 10:15 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Sh:ne 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise 'N- 1 Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N" Shine Koffee Kup Kapera Otasco Ne;vs Koffee Kuy Kapers 8845 12-42 By Sue Burnett Here is an attractive frork for around wear that's a jov to . »'Mr and so, easy on the upkeep. Hnght contrast trims neck sleeves , and huge pockets. j Pattern No. 8845 Is a sew-rile perforated pattern In sizes 12 u I !«. l«, 20; 40, 42. Size 14. 5 vards «f 39-inch; i* ynrd trim. For this pattern, send JOc for FACH, in COINS, your nume ad. dress, desired, and the PAT TKRN NUMBER :o Sue Burnett' Nnrthvyest Arkansas Times mri Ave. Amerlo«s, New York .10 N Y Basic FASHION for 'SJ i, ' with Ideas tc m»k« your 7:01) 7:30 7:45 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 10:00 Kood for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Raurkage Commentary 11:25 News :30 Church of Christ :45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report Bob Hurleigh Morning Devotion TIMES Morning Edition Hnlsum Gospel Hymns Morning Melodies Paula Stone Show Take a N u m b e r SWVL2 11 TUESIIAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 Ne\vs at Noon 2:30 Chuckwacon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASER ALL St. Louis Cardinal! Vs. Brooklyn Dodgers 2:15 A f t e r n o o n Varieties 3:00 Swing Session ·1:30 Tune Plck'n Tims 4:00 Tune Piek'n Tims 4:30 Tun« Rck'n Tlm« S.'OO Sgl. Preston S:30 Sky King *M CecU Erowt

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