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June 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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Merchants Worry Over Traffic Problem, Movement Qf Many Families To Suburbs York - in 1 ) - Department urban c.-nlors t h a t sr.me store are t a k i n g a miK-h b r j g h l e r view of near t e r m business. But over the long levrn man.v of them are h a u n t e d by a coup!" of nienacri;' Detroit's busy a-jfi plants and postwar trend- in hou-.- w i t h j.alcs p i c k - managers foresee a day when the t a i l will lie wagging the Downtown d e p a r t m e n t s'n i higl, planners motivc Safety Foundnlinn. ng some 2.000 architects tendance a report on wn.it is b- ing clone to adapt l i L i i r t i n g a 1 !.-: cities to parking, t r a f f i c and safety needs. Off-street Parking Advocated I n s t i t u t e Preside-!". Gleon Slait n n of Portland, Ore., soys archi- e c t u r a l design can melt t r a f f i . jams by providing off - street parking and l o a d i n g f a c i l i t i e s . But a li- the stream of new cars :ilwnys pears to crow faster llia.i t h e city p l a n n i n g attempts to deal with them. The housing trend 's a newer menace to the m e r c h a n t . Since the many l,irjrer cities, con-| hon5tin( , t h c s h i f t au , av rrnfinnrf · , , . h ° S bpen j A growing number of Inem plan ccnf.ned m most pa.t tn two types: I tn b u i l r i o f f i c c headquarters and Elorcs p«rti*l to * Rirty l" store owners p again ing. Tnnethcr. t r a f f i c con^rstion an.l the flight of middle-income f a m i lies to the remoter suburb:- t h r e a t en i:; deprive many ,t hi- ci'y department store of its best paying customers. Some stores are chasing Ihc.'e customers to their new ;,orncs. no unexpectedly successful have bern many of the branch stor.-s in suh- GO TT-IROUO-I P-THEN WAVBE T HUH 1 ? FLO.VER.Tl-IENTI-IROLO-l I APOUND SOUR /**- ELSE.y.,. MY fCAML : S struclion of l i v i n g un Want to beat boredom? Chew Wnglcy's Spearmint Gum! Helps time P»" mnrf pleasantly. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams WHUT'S 7H 1 MiTTER! \ YOU LOOK LIKE A SICK CA . THIS MAWNIN'.' 5O WOL1LD VOU IF YOU HAD TO INSPECT A BUNCH LIKE THIS BEFORE TAXIN' 'EM DOWN INTO TH' ORAMD CAWVOM. vaj WAWT MS 7D f?EAD THIS BAG-' in MJU, MBT I?EAD ME 1Ut R\KT AGAIN) WMFCJif i stMD tvEevcwr- ou ^f^cT 5 W ' 1M MAPE-WOT BOKW THIS WONP FARM SAWYER, THI LOCUSTS ARE OUST ARRIVING, NO WINSS YET, BUT WAT MWITES! THEY ADVANCE LIKE A TIBAL WAVE. /VAJP... WE'RE SKIDDING ON THEVL /· THEY EVEN STOP TRAINS. OUST V.ATCHINO MILLIONS OF THEM WVA. v MXES SOME PEOPLE DIZZY, EVEN SEASICK THEY CRAWL yo HOUSES,WEII MADE 1.913 PARACHUTE JUMPS' thl LAKE THAT IS ALTERNATED FPESH MID SALTY/ . ··;4 MILES LONS 15 SALTY FROM JULY To DECEMBER ALL THE HEST OP EACH YEAR! THE FABULOUS WEALTH OI THE QULEN Ol= OHLBAI AH HAIKITGOTTIm lAWRIGHT.T . A H GOT /TMFNAM'U TOO MAWV THIfJGt; ) LOOK TO 1 A P-PORE J TIIASS flMK.'. r WEAK LI'L ^ X BUTC)O^sfr WORK TOO LONG). DEAR GIT HOME IN TIME T'I ; IX MAM OIT OP. U'L AftNCft-AKI- ·OLOOKFO vo W U D LET ME,WOULDN'T; MAC.'/'- vo' HAS CHANatD.'' ; LCEBUJ' SO^E MORE - - A N ' Till U CATIH'-- housing developments for lower- income groups and l u x u r y apartments for the highest income brackets. In man.v cities there is a shortage of living quarters for the middle income groups, ^nd they h a v e been increasingly pushed toward do?. | the suburbs to find homis. i Department store State Pays For Maps Depicting Highway Work ! Little Rock-f/Pi-The state has quick to blame the -r v ' n - i-Vf"! L " ? P-' lr| .'»«" store owners fcol l' aid for 73.000 tour-color maps f i e conee-tion for 10='. , f ...i.,": l h i s keen| .v. The hish income "howin? '"e road work done, con- Oltine in and fr«~ i ' R r o u p s arc I i k c l - v l n P--i'on!zo t l i « ''racted and planned during Cnv- comes incrcasinelv un,i' a«-,ni ~ ' n ' s " I' riced speciality sl.-ips. The p r n o r McMath's administration. - 6i. unp.trf..ini. | |ow j. c r ) m i , f.,mi!jcs ar^ likely -,i Th(1 state auditor's office said .ack.ing . h e : s h o p in the bargain ba;en,ents. It yesterday the J5.094 warrant went in gcstion of highways i I and commuter transnc "cilities into the big cities. There the po: the me: homes in the suburbs -- like the new apartments in the ci'.ies--ar-? much smaller than those built before the war. There is a lack of room for as r e i s s a n o t h ' side - ,,,"'" kne " d * ucs " of Mr ' »"d Mrs. istwar housing th«,t *orrieJ " " U r'" g *'",** r ' a n d Mrs ' erchant. Many of the new: ?"«? W "" e ?." f S'f"."^ Ka . n and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Traster of A l t a m o n t , Kan. Billy Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. .John Wilson, a student at j John Brown Uni\ ersity. is em-' j i i i i u 10 n joi t\ ui i m j m lor as , j . ., much f u r n i t u r e as the st. ies onr3 ! , p J° 5 l crl a t You "K s '°vTM, Ohio, for could sell a f a m i l y and often a ; ,, mm , e ,V , ,, lack of closet space for as manv Mr ' ;lntt M r f - A ' v - Pit'man and -" '---" " the weekend Batesviiie. Kendall Carter, who has been clothes as the merchant w..uld like . '""i. , y \ spent to see in the family's wardrobe. i Wl ' h r . e ' a . tl .i es ncar Some big corporation; are alsn from cities. stationed at Camp Carson, Colo., ! for the past year is spending - ._.... headquarters a n d : lu " H . u , Bn _ wllh his P a r TMts. Mr. p l a n t s in the suburbs - m a k i n g ' a n d . Mr? ' *TM cm C a r l e r - He is en- more customers for the branch, r TM. tl : tn t h c WMl Coast ' wher " he will be stationed. .lack Carter is emploved in Wisconsin this summer. John Carter and Ralph Edwards are working at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Boyd have 1 moved to the Smith house recent- I ly vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Emma Amherst. Mass.-fXPl-.Tack Train- j Palmer and children, or ·rill lake a nickel vacation-- ' Mrs. Bill Matthews and children to S w i t z e r l a n d -- t h i s summer. And / Little Rock spent the weekend here's how Trainnr. firm believer with Mr. and Mrs. Lou Winder*. | Nickels To Pay For in thc po'vcr of it out. j Since hi.; Hi?char^e from the I Army in 194fi, Trainor has yearn; 3d tn revisit the h n a u t i f u l high- nickel, worked nr rs . ]j nn m i l and son. Darrell, of Waycrn*. Ga.. are v i s i t i n g her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Porter. Miss Pearl Ray Cox. a teacher thc Memphis, Tenn., schools, ' l a n d republic which he saw during . j s spending the s u m m e r ' w i t h her ' his Army service. So hp railed upon all his nickels to help him | po: fvrry day he saved every , nickel t h a t came hi? v.-ay. | First hc f i l l e d a two-gallon jug. Then hc switched lo a five-gallon jug. He has .lust finished three n i g h t s of counting nickel:. He has 18.600. That's S»3n--and Trainor says it's enough for his long-1 ; planned vacation. ' sister, Miss Elsie Cox. On The Radio New Polio Treatment Said To Help Many N e w Y o r k -UP)- Wednesday n i g h t : NBC -7. Hal!s of Ivy; 7:30, Great Gildersleevc: ?,, Croucho [ M a r x Quiz; S:30, Big Story; 9, : Summer Serenade. ' CBS 7, Big Town Drama: 7:30, Dr. Christian: 8, Red Skelton : Show; 8:30, Peggy I,ee with Bing Los Angeles-W)-An article in Crosby. i the current issue of the A n n a l s o f ; ABC--7:30, Top Guy Mystery; I Weslern Medicine says a new p o l i o . 3. Mr. President; 8:30, Crossfire j trealment, consisting of two chem- Interview. icals taken by m o u t h , has helped' MBS-7. Musical Comedy Hour; 26 of 31 polio victims who took 18:05, Science Series; 8:30, Family i the drugs. Muscle weakness fol- I Theater. j lowing i n f a n t i l e paralysis has been | " alleviated in 26 of the cases, hut in f i v e others no evidence of mus- I cle i m p r m o m e n t was noted a f t e r 1 I three to 11 months of treatment, 1 said the article published yester- j day. Worker Investigations Cost Over $100 Each Washington -IA')- It costs t h e ! government $149.68 lo $195 to i n - j vestigate each atomic plant work- i er w i t h access to restricted infor- I mation or areas. This testimony was given before a House ap-! propriations subcommittee whosei hearings were published t o d a y . ' It's Simply Wonderful WkDNBKDAT BVSNINil 6:00 Dinner Music «:15 Stirlifht 7inw «:30 Newt 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayn,» King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rende7vous 7:45 I.ombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Out of thc Thunder 8:30 Family Theatre "Ycssir, what will it be-linncr, or t »h»vc and » haircut?" 9:00 MGM Musical Theatre o! thc Air 9:30 MGM Musical Theatre of the Air 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 .Sign Off ' THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N'Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Risi. N' Shine 7:00 Koffce K u p Kaperi 7:30 Otasco N«W8 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh-M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns fT Sue Burnett !'^-=l 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a N .mb*-- 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Lovo 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 R h y t h m Ranch Hands' 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Chrrch of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets This n r a t collarless dress if d e - ; signefl to subtract inches from I your waistline -- to enable you to resist the weather fin the hotte?t of days. Try a hold stripe, used crossways on the insets. Pattern No. 8837 s a sew-ntp; perforated p a t t e r n in si7.es 14, I f i 18, 20; 4(1. 42, 44. Si/.e 16, 3H yards' of 30-inch. For this pattern, send 30c for FACII, In COINS, your name, ad. j dress,isizes ripjlrwl, nnd the PAT-' TF.MN NIJMREU in Rue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, New Vork 36, N. Y Basic FASHION for '12 is filled with Idem tc m»ke your clothed Dudnet «o further -- tlm»-s«vln| ·nd economical dMlgn* th»t ore e*«y to MW. Gin pattern printed lutMe. U MOM. TIHJRSDAV AFTERNOON U O O Hymns of All Churches 12.15 N'rws at Noon 12 30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Hider? of the Purple Sage 1:00 Larlics Fair I 25 Afternoon Varieties 2:0(1 Something Old 2 ' I 5 Something New 2:30 Something Borrowed ^'45 Something Blue 3'00 Swing Session 3.30 Tune Plck'n Time :00 Tune Pick'n Timt 4:30 Tune Plck'n Tim* 5:00 SnU Preston o[ tht Yukon ·V.in Sk.y Kln| 5:55 Cecil Draw*

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