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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 27, 1952
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ft*uy, JUM 17, I»S1 Cities Planning Expansion Of Water Systems pleted by next June 1, was estimated at $757.000. The Fort Smith City Commission has announced it will let contracts in August for a 50 per cent expansion of its water system at j a cost of S2.S5n.noo. The work will include 70,000 feet of pipe, a line Roberta Refers And Merrill Are Divorced Juarez. Mex. - /.Pi . A Mexican Roberta Pefers from : Metropolitan Opera star Robert : Merrill was granted here yesterday. In her suit Miss Peters charged i n c o m p a t i b i l i t y fn the marriage ! t h a t beaan only last March 30. She said I'nev separated after two ·reltf Little Rock And Fort Smith Move To Hike Supplies BY The A nor I Spurred by the h of more than a mo Arkansas' two lareest Neither nf the principals VES. I COULD MAKE/W ANONVMOOS IT WAS A / NO ONE THERE W3MAK NOW. SHE AND SHE \ MUST WAVE ASKED FOR k. HUWQ UP. XtXJ. _ . rn _, , _,, mm Keep up wiin ttie T7MFS dally. «v e monotony, boredom. M*ke« tinw p*» p!e«nnt!y. You feel better - do better. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* WO.' JUST KEEPIM' PEOPLE FROM THIKJKIW 1 I'M A BUM AM OWL IS- SMART TD PEOPLE ONJLY BECAUSE HE LOOKS 1T--MV 3R*W' TOLD ME IP YOU CAM'T CISC IN M3UR PROFESSION) RAISL3 TH' PROFESSION' GREASE MONKEY MA KIN 1 PEOPLE THINK HE'S AN EXECUTIVE ER A BANKER. ON TH' WAV HOME. A MAUT1FULLY PHOTO VDTV POR C.BAB9 KM OQCATCHM A MATTER. OF PRIDE jutt «Hivn, fHf wiu.. TO KK» WU 1UMT/ KiRE'S THE WW IOCUST- CONTROL WORKS: IN CtCH THREATENED CSUHtRY, SCOUTS STOT THE VOUNS LOCUSTS IN THEIR DESERT BREEDING SROUHW. THEM GROUKB CREWS GO ID WOKK,9mW G POISONED purr. UNLESS A FM KLUON LOCUSTS CAN »E KILLED *EFORE THEY SWARM TOWARP THE fKRMLANDS, THERE AWY BE FAMINE ACROSS j A QuftRTER OF THE WORLf. r--~ y £M?EROft CH'IEH UM6 WAS BUILT N THE SHAPE OF A SWASTIKA,-THE CHINESE NUMERW. F(K 10.000-IN WE BELIEF IT WOULD LAST THAT IV\MM VEARS/ ITBUBNED To mfGfOtiNP WETS TUC omCMlS OS TWf lOCUST-CWTKl CV* r ».-,M..JR*MI»NSi* WmSTANI OtKRVIR *« * U.i. roiMT-4 RIWWSENTATIVE. RAVED T7 HOLES OF GOLF ON HIS 77 «! ORTVIDAV HUM/WHONECDSAM ELECTRICIAN FOR. A LITTLE JOB, ,LIKE THAT?/ ON The ROUHD HHSTT IS THE ENGLISH VESSIOi OF ft TARTAR WORD MEANING EARTH MOUSE AU RIGHT.OOOLA,I'LL/BALONEY! n-»YBW_L..l'LLQIVP/I THINK THIS YOU A CHANCE TO I 19 ALL VERY · A FEW NICKtLS \ SILLY/ CV.I1 OF THE QUEEN . 01 YGOKINASO RISHTAWAV... OR LATECON IN TH' WVY? . AND SO OlIR HRRO1NI IS MATl.C\^LI^ED IN THE SOUTH \VEGT OF ; ARABIA,... W ^.TIME MORE ANCIENT EVEN, II IAN ANY WKUTEN RECORD. AM KinvAH FELT ^jr AM FKFX'i BRIGHTER IM ALL T BRIGHTER THAM MAM LITF-.V-At-i A VO'nOF.S.'*-AH SLF.PT LIKE A * SL[:PT Mir TH pio LAST NIGHT.Y'pa LAST MIGHT.'.' ·'AH FEELS SUCt**.'.'- AH STUDIED TH'HALF- MOON AtU NIGHT/. F.r ONI.V AH KIN ITS SHAPE AH MIGHT GIT THIS . BIW UPALUNIOHT ' HALF-MOOJSf H NO COPN-DlSHUN TAPPL'V FO'AOOB.*? TO APPLV RD'TMI* ii tn intoxicating drink, Mi«s Norton, with you ' v 1 Fire Home Near Bentonville Bentonvill* . (Special) - A firr | The Little Rock Water Workj i Board has authorized immediate i preparation of p l a n s for installa- ,, _ ,.,,,,,..., - ,, j t m n of a 42-inch water main from | which started about 6:30 p. m . l its a u x i l i a r y lake to the filter | Tuesday destroyed t h e home of j plant. Cost of the work, to he com- Paul Follett, six miles east of Bentonville on Hishwav 72. The fire will hold closing cervices Friday night at 6:30. Following the services there will be · covered dish supper. /·",,_ \JTOV6 The Lions Club met at the Vin- was discovered by a nci.qhbor. , . son Cafe Tuesday night. New offi- Larrv Stanton, who lives about ; c ers were installed with Ray Corn- one half mile av/av. Stanton noti- we i| as president. The Lions will . fied the Benlonvillc Fire Depart- : ai!a i n r i ean t (,e Battlefield Park ment. The Follett f a m i l y was away and build additional fireplaces and from home when the f i r ? started. | a blcs. making the park more The filrnishincs in the house . comfortable. Many tourists visit from the house, and saved a chick- 'von?, en house and 200 layinsr hens.: Mr . a n d Mrs . Harold Barr a n d They were also credited with sav- . d a u g h t e r . Lela Faye of Baton ing the nearby home of Charles R 0 . JgP . Ls ._ spcnt Tuesda" with Follett. Fire Chief Paul Potts un- Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace. officially estimated the daniaje tr, ' M r-. Barr is the former Miss Faye the house and contents to be $10,-'Dearinp, niece of Mr. Wallace. 250 ' Wednesday euests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lark were Mr. and Mrs. Lark Cowart of Alma, and .Mrs. C. Wright of L i t t l e Rock. ! .1. R. Blakemore is t a k i n g a two- Mr ; week vacation at his home. West fork Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johns and Mrs. Abe Karnes. and Mrs.! Mrs - Mar ' Fticcl and daughter Hester Goodins. have just return-. ° r T n n l l t n w n spent Wednesday cd from a week's visit with Mr. «' itr Mrs. Lewis Morton. Johns' mother and sister at Mor- Mr - anri Mrs. Stanley Lewis and ristown, Tenn. While on their trip Idauehters of Ml. Holly, were W"d- they toured the great Smoky i nesday euests of the Rev. and Mrs. Mountains. j G. C. Bidwell. Mr. anrt Mrs. Greer W i l l i a m s Husscline Gibson of Fayetfevilie and Joanne of Detroit. Mich., who is spendinc a few weeks with her have been visiting for the past two | grandmother, weeks in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter. Mrs. Ada Carter and Mr. and Mrs. left Wednesday. The Garden Club met Tuesday in the home economics hctise w i t h i ciKht members present. A f t e r the! business meeting. Mrs. Curtis Hal] \o Shorts Allowed " t Cleveland - IfPl The gal workers at Cleveland City Hall are not going to wear shorts, regardless of i t h e sizzling weather. Mayor Thomas A. Burke so ruled yesterday and son. Sharmon, showed"colnr-' a f w r sornc ' of l n p e irls h a d reed mnvies. Refreshments were quoted permission when ther- scr\-ed bv the hostess. mometers hobbled to a bake-oven Mr. and Mrs. Dean Newlin have "^' as thier guest for the next t w o | weeks. Mrs. Newlin's niece. Miss Bennie Dean Tcague of H u n t s - . vi!le. Mr. and Mrs. T.lixter Walker' entertained w i l h a birthday d i n - ; ·ner, honoring their daughter. Mrs.' i Loy Stockburger Tuesday evening. · i Those present were Mr. and Mrs. ] Loy Stockburger and daughter Patty, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walker, all of Fayettevillc. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sherman a n ^ ' son, Arlen. were weekend Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Luxter Walker. Richard Matske of Elmhurst. III., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. !.. ! Levey. lie will remain another week. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. McKee this week are Mrs. I Harold McKee and children I Springctele. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cokcr and son. Ralph, of California, a r e . An outstanding flavor--Junge's quests of their daughter and sis-: Roman Meal Bread. 11-lB-tf ter. Mrs. F.liza Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Stearns' and son. Norman, of Pontiac, Mich, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Walker. Mr. and Mrs. John Bi-o'.vn of Kansas City, parents of Mrs. Walker, are also visiting ; here. i Mr. and Mrs. Allen Keith had as' guests Wednesday and Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Winn of Long Beach, Calif., and their daughter, Mrs. Keen Moore of S?.n Diego,' Calif. They left Thursday for Van : On I lie Radio New York - WP) - Tonight: NBC - 7 Roy Rogers; 7:30 Rob id R a y ; R Mario Lanza Songs; 8:30 Who Goes There. CBS · 7 Musicland. USA: H Big Time Variety; 8:30 Waxworks. ABC - 7 Dick Powell mystery; 7:30 This Is FBI; 8 Newsstand Theater. MBS - 7 Adventures of Mai.'ic: 7:30 Gracie Fields Variety; 8:05 Magazine Theater. ; Many Decorated Tokyo - (/Ft - American soldiers have won 25,32fi combat decora- of lions in the Korean War. the Eighth Army announced tonight. Buren and will go to Tulsa, Okla., Sunday for a family reunion. j Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sample had I as guests Thursday, Mrs Sallie j Webb of Siloam Springs, and Mrs. I Walter Sill of Evansville. Ind. I The Assembly of God Church I Favorite For j Summertime FRIDAY EVENING 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News «:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Pittsburgh Pirates 10:30 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off 8ATUBDAT MORNING S:30 Rise 'N Shine 5:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6-35 Rise IT Shine 7-00 Minutes by Music 7:15 .lordanaires . 7:30 Otasco News 7:4.1 Organ Reveries 8:00 After Breakfast R:15 Morning Devotion S:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parade 9:30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue 10:00 New Record Releases 10:15 New Record Releases 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:4. r i C-tlcst Star 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 News at Noon 8846 10. m by Sue Burnett Bound tn rcceve a welcome to your wardrobe for t e m p e r a t u r e - ' climbing days -- a brief-sleeved ; dress t h a t is versatile and c h a r m - 1 Ins. Finish shaped collar, pockets! with snow-while accents. i Pattern No. «R4fi is » sew-ritp perforated pattern in si7.cs 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 4 yards of ,19-inch. For this pnttorn, send SOe for EACH, In COINS, your name, ad(Ires.-, slies dmlred, «nd the PATTERN NIIMnF.ll in Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Av». Amcrlcus, New York .1(1, N. Y, Bnslc FASHION tor '52 is filled with tdm to m«k« your rlothw burifet no further -- tlm*-«avln« ind economical dwlfni thut «r» «iy lo new. Old patten printtd It RATIIRDAT 12:00 Dunn on Disks 12:25 BASEBALL Cleveland Indians Vs. Chicacn W h i t e Sox 3:0(1 Swine Session 3:30 Hawaii Calls 4:10 Lan Ensemble 4:30 Bands for Bonds 4:45 Musical Interlude 5:00 Smiley Whitley 5:30 Prrslon Sellers 5:45 Pcewec Reese Show EVERYTHING M nuMimo «* summ FAYETTEVILLI IRON .nd METAL CO. AVI.

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