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July 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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On The Mo Ntw York-WJ-Thursday nifbt: NBC--7, Father Knowi Bert; 7:30, Safety Program; I, Dragnet .Drama; 8:30, Counter Spy. CBS--7, Mr. Keen; 7:30, FBI In peace and War; 8, Mr. Chameleon; 8:30. Steve Allen Show. . ABC--7:30,Hardy Family; 8:05, Rod and Gun Club; 8:30, Reporters Roundup. Aaerttoo !· Ik* THEC--n Mil. I'HUKSUAV ITENINQ 8:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tiai* «:30 New« 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Rod and Gun Club 8:30 Reporters Roundup 9:00 News 9:05 Symphonic Strings 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party ' 10:30 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off FRIDAY N01NINO 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N" Shine 8:30 Markets and weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee K U D Kapert 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee KUD Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning F.diti-w 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9.00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food [or Thought 10'15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Dny 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ . 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOiON .12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News «t Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jambore* 12:45 Riders pi. euiple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL New York Yankees Vs. Washington Senators 2:15 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Turn; Pirk'n Time 5:00 The Merry Mailman .1:30 Songs of the B-Bar-B 5:55 Cecil Brown FRIDAY EVENING 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time «:80 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Magazine Theatre R.35 Armed Forces Review fl:00 News 9:05 Concerto Festival 8:35 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 8ATUKDAY MO1N1NO S:30 Rise 'N Shim (1:00 Rise N' Shine B:30 Maikcts and Weather 6 3S Rise ;r Shine 7-00 Minutes by Music 7:15 ,Iorrian?.ires 7:30 Mornin n News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 0:0(1 Kiddies Hit Parade 9 30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue 10:00 New Record Rcleasei 10:15 New Record Release! 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 1'roudly We Hall 11:30 Church of ChrUt 11:45 News at Noon MM THWBT MKAMSAS T1MB, Robin Of Ohio Not Particular About Its Menu Long Beach. Calif.-OP-Ohlo Robint eat the darndest thine. The California variety thrives on worms, bugs and such, h u t . Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Thomas brought one from Columbus, Ohio, that eats spaghetti, bacon, peas, green beans, diluted milk, bread or bologna. Last month they found a naked little baby robin on their front lawn and adopted it with the name of George or Georgette-which ever nature found fitting. Came time for a vacation trip, the bird came along. Instead of feeding it a special robin diet, the Thomases decided he could jolly well eat what they do. And to date the bird has thrived on it. The robin dropped from the heat on the trip through the Midwest, so Thomas augmented the regular diet with a few drops of whisky and water. George--or Georgette --perked right up. Increase In Polio Cases In Arkansas Reported Little RockWP)-Arksnsas had 17 more infantile paralysis eases during the first six months of 1952 than in the same period of last year. The 1951 total was reported today as 48. A weekly report from the state Board of Health said nine new cases were reported during the preceding seven days, the same A****. Aw**?, Mf S, II Springdale Mrs. Pierrt Mtvel, Mrs. Melvln Wifgint, Mils Aine* Mavel and Jim Mac Bridges of Paris, were guests of the Rev. and Mn, 1, J Kerrick Sunday. Mr. Kerrick was formerly pastor of. th« Paris Christian Church. Wilson W. Kimbrough, Jr., of Springdale has accepted an appointment in the department of psychology at Juaniata College. He attended Central Missouri State College and the University of Oklahoma under the Navy V-12 and Navy ROTC programs before obtaining t commission in the U. S. Naval Reserve. He received a bachelor of arts degree in 1948 and a master of arts degree in 1949 from the University of. Arkansas. The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday at 12:30 p. m. for the regular monthly luncheon, business meeting and royal service program. Hostesses for the dinner were Mrs. Frank Sharp, Mrs. Harry Howell, Mrs. Joe Byars, Mrs. Lon COOK and Miss Ollie Miller. Mrs. Lewis Epley was in charge of the short business meeting. The Irene Branum Circle was in charge of the program, with Mrs. William Hunt acting as the leader. Others on Yugoslavia's Attempt To Crack Down On Black Marketing Boomerangs At Times B e l g r a d e *(#*)- Commnjiiptir Yugoslavia has clamped dnwn upon smuggling, black-marketing and currency speculation costing. Marshal Josip Broz Titn's f i - j nancially hard-pressed govern-' ment tens of thousands of dollars 1 annually. j The reform measures art firm,| but sometimes they boornerRnjr j ·nd cost the country more than it saves. For example: In « munlry short of many of the necessities of life, many Yugoslavs leaned heavily durinjf the postwar years upon gift packages from friends and relatives in the sta es. Up u n t i l recrnt , thf-se wore a d m i t t e d without ustnms duly. Now most of these arkaers, part i c u l a r l y those co n i n i n g ponds drawing high price on the hi ark market, are subjc to a heavy import levy. Without quest inn, there have been abuses r a t l i n g for some sort of reform, and the government in enforcing the new rcgulijtiom riled cases of "Rift" parrels packed with such sr.irre commodities as drills and wn stockings which later appnred nn the black market. Rat* Kami On Content In enforcing the customs' rrf- | illation* hire, the government hm : Jhas-d its n.^fs.irnen'F on the ron-. lents of s i f t packages on thr price /hoy buns on I h p Yugoslav m a r - ; ' l;ot -in iran-.' r.iser, far h i e h e r . t h a n the purchase price plus t h e ' shipping cost in the states. This has rMsc-oiirageri gifts f r o m : .ihrnad. On lop of thr h u h ' t a r i f f . | customs c f f i c i a l t lack the m a n - | |power to deal with ihr problems' nf insportinn nnrf assessment of i n d i v i d u a l parkaK«s. ; A Rood m a n j of such Rift packages are refused onre the cus- i toms fiRiire hap been fixrd. The ' s i t u a t i o n has reached the point '· whrre one larce mail order house in the United States no Jongtr' will iiiarintec individual de-1 liveries in Yugoslavia. An outstanding flivor--Junft't Roman Meal Bread. l!-l»-tf % GALLON Vmilfj kc (rein 63c H«4Und Irw locker MM* the program were Mrs. W. T. Pitts, Jr., Mrs. Elmo Samuel, Mrs. Stanley Jordan and Mn. Epley. Miss Neva Cram sang a solo at the beginning of the program. The following Sunday School officials took office Monday at number as were stricken in t h e ! t h e First Christian Church: Superintendent, Joe McKim; assist- last week of June. 1951. But the board said that "polio so far has shown no definite upward trend." "No prediction can be made at this time as to what the polio incidence will be this season," the report added. Seiutor Tobey To Harry Mrs. Lillian Crompton Concord. N. H.-WP)-Sen. Charles W. Tobey. (R-N.H.) 72. and Mrs. ant, Jimmy Litrell; secretary- treasurer, Miss Wilma Jean Wines, pianist, Mrs. George Reder; assistant, Mrs. Joe McKim. Mrs. W. E. Wines will be in charge of the birthday offerings; Mrs. Charles, Tansey will be superintendent o f ' the cradle roll department; Mrs.' Martha Lankford, song leader, and Scott Oakes, assistant. Mrs. Olive Sanders of Compton, Calif., is spending an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Dallas Barrack. The three afternoon circles of Women's Society of Christian Lillian Crompton. about 63, are i"' _""'""·' TM'~ "' "''""'" '"s^i,x= r :s- ra ,.«-iH.,s trvHF? srauus sews stSsStS" ding. Tohey has hffpn married twice before. His first wife died In 1946 and his second last December. Mrs. Crompton, a resident of Wilton. N. H.. is the widow 'of David H. Crompton. former president of the Surpass leather Company of Philadelphia and vice president of the Booth Steamship Company of New York. Each has four children. Danish Citizen Claims To Have Oldest Stamp Copenhagen. Denmark-UPl-Otto Soerensen, a foreman at Ralbaek, Denmark, claims to own the oldest stamp in the world. And he's i not bothered by recent reports that a 113-year-old stamp has been found in Austria. Sorensen says his stamp Is 27 was in charge of the program. A cooperative lunch was served at the noon hour. The Rotary Anns were special guests at the Rotary Club dinner Monday night held at the club rooms of the First Methodist Methodist Church. Wayne Allen took over his duties as president at the Installation service. All new members were installed by Charles Cross, secretary of the Fayetteville club. Nelson Dodd, the retiring president, gave a report of the activities of the club for the past year. Ulyses L. Lovell presented Dodd with the past I president's pin. Elbert Ritter, sec- j retary, presented perfect attendance pins to Albert Hough, for 15 years; U. A. Lovell, eight years; : Gerald Tweedy, seven years; Carl. Wat?on, four years; and Christensen, two yf.irs. Carl Lee Womack was In charge of the pro- 8ATVRDAT AFfMNOON 12:00 BASEBALL New York Yankeet ·*· V«. Philadelphin Athletics 2 - Sfl Swing Session 3:ftO Dunn's Adobe 3 30 Mac McGuire Show 1:00 Dancing by the Set 1:30 Dancing by the Sea 1:41 Muncal Imerlud* i;00 Harmony Ran(*rl 10 Preston Sellers .41 Pctwe* Retm Show years older--postmarknl at the gram . A11 of tn( , group were guests Belgian border town of Monj n n | n f w p. sonneman at a party at July 22. 1812. It will be investigated by experts. Flood* Hit Japan Tokyo-WP)-Heavy rains in W.«t- the Apollo Theater. There were! 14 guests present besides the. Rotary Anns. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Barrows and daughter are guests of Mr. ern Japan the past two days i Barrows ' mother, Mrs. Maude caused the death of ten persons BaITOWS and of Mrs . Barrows' and flooded 9.632 houses, provincial police reported today. It's Simply Charming parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoi- comb. Devil's Den Road Bill Bush of Lincoln, candidate for Washington County judge, was in charge of the evening program of Friendship Church last Sunday. Bush, who recently returned from Korea where he commanded Arkansas' 936th Field Artillery Battalion, showed pictures of Japan and Kprea. Mrs. Emmett Counts of Elk City, Oklahoma., is visiting her i brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ! and Mrs. Aaron Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Myers of Fayetteville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bri'tt. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stevens ind son of Tulsa, Okla., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Paulk and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Smith spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Frederick and children. Laura Bell Frederick is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClelland of Prairie Grove. Daniel Galbreath has returned ] home after spending two weeks, at Pampa, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Ert Maylott were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coles and son of Winslow. By Sue Burnett Just Ihe way you like your warm weather frocks to look--trim and neat with a calm, uncluttered »ir. And you can make it in · few hours, it's so «imnly ityled with few pattern pieces. Pattern No. 8703 hi « «ew-rlte perforated pattern in sl7.cs 12, 14, 16, 1«, 20; 40, 42. Site 14, 4H yards of 39-Inch. Tor this pattern, »end 0c Tof EACH, in COINS, your name, art- dreu, sites dfflreri, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Nortnwejt Arkansas Times, 11SO Ave. Americas, New York 3«, N. Y. Bute FASHION for 'H I* filled with Idea to main ynur clotNl budfrt (n further -- tlmr-Mvtnf and economical dwltna that arc MIT la ww. Cm pttttrn pflnM lukto. It A Reminder 1951 Taxes SECOND QUARTER ENDS MONDAY, Jyly 21 it RMpk L Tiylor, All Lumber Yards In Fayetteville Will Be Closed FRIDAY SATURDAY JULY 4th and 5th -- FOR -INDEPENDENCE DAY Builders and Contractors Please Take Notice and Anticipate Your Needs Accordingly Fayetteville Lbr. Cement None Mill Co. Dyke Lumber Co. City Lumber Co. Kelley Bros. Lumber Co. MCAfY MIXED ARKANSAS ·roiltr Httchofy MM fin gass wr ^REAL-KILL BUG KILICR P r e v e n t s Mold aid Mildew G r o w t h Too gotta make better time Aan iliis /' T1« rood's (ammcd with holiday traffic, but this bird ii out to mtke thing* · little bit tougher on everybody. He wants to get home before dark, you see, »o he'« driving like · crtzy fool. Burning up the highway, pounding on the horn, cutting in and out, patting on , turns, trying to beat the other fellow at every intersection. And you know something? He m.iy never get home at nil. His kind of driving it responsible for those long death lists in the paper after every holiday weekend. Don't drive this way when you're out with your family over the holiday weekend. Give yourself time. Stnrt early, and you won't have to drive too far »t night or spend too long a stretch behind the wheel. Make it a pleatant ride instead of H mad rncr. Play, but play tafe over the holiday ... An efficiol public ittvict m«a|« prepared by The Advertiilne Council intoo#- ·raiion wt* th. National Safity Council BE CAREFUL-the life you save imy 60 your own I fit of wfn holiday rirMflf by

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