Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 14, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 14, 1952
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£--NMTMWOTAMAMUf CMHins Helping To Guard Agiinsf Sneak Air Attack, 350,000 More Watchers Needed Washington - M*j - Civilian eyes during the weekend with the j and ears have begun plugging statement that every citizen w h o ; the gaps in America's r a d a r ! TM opcralps " is n e I P n K tf prevent *r«n in a iound--.he-rlock g k y | ^e war none of us wants lo hap. ( watch to Ruard the United States j The president said it was · from sneak air a t t a c k s . More J common sense precaution "in this than' 1 150,000 volunteers hegan g o - j new age in which hostile forces, ing on shifts at a h n u t 6,000 s t a - j are known to possess long-range: tinns in 27 states stretched across bombers and alomic weapons." : the Northern rirn of the country I The h u m a n lookouts are need( and down the Kast and West l e d , the Air Force explained, t o . roasts. But. the Air Force said i t : make up for the scientific weak- · u r g e n t l y needs another 350.000 ness of radar. For nnc t h i n g its c i v i l i a n s to do the job properly. · tenacles cannot reach beyond the President Truman hacked up i earth's c u r v a t u r e . For another, i the air watcher recruiting drive j radar cannot dctprt planes sneak.-.-. | ing in under 5,000 feel in moun- . tainous or hilly country, ' Candidates For Governor Slated On Query Program IJtle Rork-tfVThe fivp canrli-j tps for the Democratic nomina-1 tinn for Governor of Arkansas are [ traveling down tbp harkstrptch I THE DO VJILL H/vE N TO R£ FED J / TOO · ' JT, DAGWOOD IT MIGHT BE PEAL LATE WUCN v WE GET RAr / ( SUPPFP ' M ug-;..=.. fS~*. ^A*"1 *· ILL DO ANYTHING VOU SA/--RATHER THAN GET . 1'OSSED IN THERE. HE SAID HED BE DELIGHTED TO WORK WTTT-I US. A MAN-KILLING MOW CAN I SAV NO TO REQUEST? Lively fl»vor cooli your mouth. Fre»hen» taste - mouteni thrott OUT OUR WAY "WHAT MADE VOU SO LATE? . . . . 7-H I \ TH»T| MINC. 5H ' U I W * IT F£»VOU,IUl? BUT THESE TW) MWH NEVE? DU i i nt3C i m j fflc ntVt \ PlQWN SPRAY ftWIES BEFDRE.y HERE CAM WATCH THE SET 8Sn'K,C THE Abeokutd , WAS CHOSEN TO RULE 500.000 NATIVES BECAUSE HE HAD WORKED ASA BANK TELLER/ Tue ELECTORS REASONED THAT HE WOULD Sf/WSXPir F/fJAMCIER iK SMPMREtXEP MAMNR BUILT ON A ROCK II3OFECT HIGH BY A SAILOR WHO VOWED THftT IF HE SURVIVED AFMOUUXWCTVI CHUKHOHJUe FHtSTLMD HC SIGHTED! SERPICULA VWTICIIL/VTA PlftNT WILL PURIP/ A PftIL OF STAGNANT WATER CAN'roA HUWV \rui rnw MACHINE , I ^ ooov ft' j fEAUV IN r' I'M TCOUBLE' I PtT.1 1 t'AN' HEV.OOP. l-OMfc IfXJKIl NOW . rir KIT, OOOL/VP \MIARIN' !!· R[-. Al I V A WOW' OH. AW GOf A iLV COMMA TRV T Gir ME A OAlSt OUM ?O GtjftO . nir.V HAIN'T o 1 CXXX.D coir.) oota HAS rwrv ? MR AMOS, o TH'»WycHO»». AM MEAN -- MAJESrv.' ; BV * tor . TALK AN'PO'K HEAD-OVER-HEELS IN HIS JOB-The feet protruding from the business end of this jet engine belong to B. E. Curomings, AM 3/C, of Lewiston, Idaho, and U. S. Navy airman R. L. Zook,. of Willouthby, Ohio, will yank him -sway from his work, as soon as Ojmmings is finished. Both men are stationed aboard the U.S.S. Boxer, somewhere off in Korean watw* this week in preparation for t h e ! July 29 primary. All f i v e w i l l j answer the same set of questions, j compiled by listeners, in 30- m i n u t e interviews over Little Rock Radio Station KLRA on j successive nights t h i s week. I Heavy eampaigninz t h r o u g h o u t ! the state also is schedueld. ! Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro will appear tonight on i the Little Rock racMo interview; j .lack Holt will answer questions 1 on Tuesday; McMalh on Wednes- : day; Murry on Thursday, nnd i Tackett next. Friday. j The candidates continue their · vigorous campaigning this v.-eek! with Governor McMath m a k i n g , his first appearance in Pulaski i County. He will speak in North i Little Rock. The governor is the I last of the candidates to brine: his campaign to the capital city area. i guests at the homes of Hrs. LilHu Moorman and Mr. and - Mrs. George Tunstill, left Thursday for their home in Chicago. Sirs. Becker is the former Miss Elizabeth Moorman of Ruckner. Buckner Holstein In University jj Herd Adds To Record ! Rrattleboro, VI. -(Special)- Arkansas Bessie Ormsby Lela, a registered Holstein cow in the herd owned by University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, Ar!:., has f u r t h e r ndded to her outstanding lifetime production of more than 100,000 pounds of milk. Her production records are officially recorded by The iiolsieln-Friesian Association of America. (100.000 pounds if milk is the equivalent of approximately 47,.100 q u a r t s , four limes the production of the sver- Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rushing and son, David, left Friday morning on a vacation trip. They plan to visit in Nebraska, Idaho, and California and attend some baseball games in St. Louis, Jlo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phelan and their mothers. Mrs. Bud Gabbard and Mrs. Sara Janf Phelan left Friday on a t'.vo weeks vacation in Washington, Oregon and California. Mrs. Gladys Johnson returned Thursday from Fort Smith where she has boen with her mother. Mrs. John Benson, who is receiving medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Pointer celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary Sunday. Guests attending the noon luncheon at the Poinler home were Mr. and Mrs. ] Ben Pointer of Braden. Mr. and ; Mrs. Lige Pointer of Fayetteville, | and Mr. and Mrs. Albert McGee- hre of Springdale. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Becker and (laughter. Deanna, who have been age U. S. cow). In 11 milking periods, covering a t o t a l of 3.307 days, this cow has produced a total of 124,444 pounrts of milk and 4,HO pounds of butterfat. Her highest single record was made at the age of 12 years two months v.-hen she produce! 20.4.13 pounds of milk and 631 pounds of butterfat in two milk- ings daily. 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