Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 24, 1952 · Page 12
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July 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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NSA( mm, NyrtfevUta, AHwMM. T1wn*y, July 14, IfM MELLA OPERATOR? GET ME AND-OVER AT CABLES NO. WHV NOT? I CAN TAKE THE ' JIM-DftNO/ GUESSING CONTEST MAN "AT TV STATION 2VZP. . SWWKLE AND BONNIE BRAIDS OUT BGR A BCXVT RIDF B.O. PLENTY r£W OH. DC*. EVERY MORNING. THEYU. LOVE IT. COINGTOA5K THE CONTEST PEOPLE TO LET HIM *i3'JL'.»H HAS ACCUKD ME Of . will OS! O AN AUrOfSV ON YI5, TMS THICK! RY Of AIOULLAH THE COMMUNIST! DISCREDIT THE y WHO SLAY! THAT HAVi S«PX»NI**1«£ V^^!,^ ra OUR MOW --^^ VES, SIR-SOME Kl»JDS OP \\ BUSIWESS JUST LAS BEHIKJD HA,vt NO I HECK NO. MTERU6TIN /EXCEPT FOR THE OUEEN I ^MAT SHE =!HrkMCW ABOUT OOOLA! AS.VRISHT,YOU TWO OFF THIU STUFF.' I CHir'S HERI-, I HtARU HER. 1 WE HEARD HER LtT OUT A LUSTY PAWL UT AS \VE CAMt OVER TH' \V/M OFANV5UCII MO.. NOTHING UHflPFF-THEH (HLWEGOTruvf ONISVORSLAST / LCFT-OVER WEEK'S IVWlf-yMERCHANOISE." LET'S HAVE IT. PC»*_ AH LL StND IT TO MAH KKH AUNT BITS.SII:, FO'A BIRT SUE LtVES FIMK Democratic Ballot OUT OUR WAY IT J. K. Willramt WRONG WITH THAT ? US KIDS ALL HIM WELL--THATS WHAT WE CALl HIM AM' THAT'S WHUT HE CAULS TH' MILK. JUST TH' SAME. LET ME HAVE IT. I'LL WRITtMV OWN ORDERS TO THE MILKMAW WITHOUT THE 'HI, BALDV AND THE 'ONE OUABT OF SUMMER GARGLE'.' I WOULDN'T ASK HIM TO WRIT6 A NOTE TO THE 13ARBAG6 MAW.' WHV MOTHERS GET Fordyce Votes To Turn Down Parking Meters Forriyce, Ark-l/Ti-Fordycc residents Tuesday rejected Ihe installation of parking meters by » vole of 278 to ISO in a special election. Prepare For Rids Vienna, Austria-(£VCnmmunist Chechoslovakian officials h a v e. started organizing sir raid defenses in their capital city of Prague, the Czech trade union newspaper Prace disclosed today. . ·· I Tt is believed that the atrnns- | phere of Mars contains virtually I nc oxynnn. | STATtl AM NUMftt Of MLEGATtS AU. 22 AIIZ. 11 j AW. n I CALIF a ! COLO. I* ; CONN. It KL. t ! FLA. 24 [ GA. n '. IDA. 12 1 ILL M 1 IND 2t ! IA. 24 ! KAN. It ! KY. Jt I LA. 20 ' ME. 10 ; MD. it : MASS, x j MICH. 40 : MINN. 2t . MISS. 11 MO. 34 MONT. 12 : NE». 12 NEV. 10 N. H. I N. J. M [ N. M. 12 N. Y. M : N. c. 12 N. D. I OHIO M OKLA. 24 OKI 12 PA. 70 K. 1. 12 5. C. It 5. D. 1 TENN. 21 TEX. 12 UTAH 12 VT. t VA. 21 WASH. 22 W. VA 20 WIS. M WTO. 10 ALASKA ^t | P. IICO CANAL Z. | VII1GIN 1. 2 1" HBt b»m IMwwr KdM I I«HN AvtifM IWfflMM AM StaWMM I SHI bytom * A44«1 Stirtiri . ! i ! · 1 ' ; ®; Norman Thomas "Confused"By The Convention Chicago - Pi-Norm«n Thomas six limes Socialist, party nominee for president, displayed today a BCW type badge which turned utr at the Democratic National Convention. Thomas, who is here as » reporter representing several newspapers, said the red, white and" | blue-striped badjre lettered IAK was eiven him by « friend with this explanation. "The letters stand for 'I am' confused.' "The 'K' shows how really confused I am." Battle Casualties In Korea Hill 13,363 Washington-I^Pi-Anounced U S battle casualties in Korea reached J13,363 today, an increase of 520 since last week. the TIMES telly. KG-RN TBOUBAt CTINtNa 8:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlicht Tix* -. «:30 Newi 6:15 Ozarks RporU Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Democratir Convention 8:30 Democratic Convention 9:00 Democratic Convention 9:30 Democratic Convention 10:00 Democratic Convention 10:30 Democratic Convention 11:00 Democratic Convention 11:30 Sign OH HUDAT MOtNUiQ 5:30 Rise 'n Shim 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Marketi and wcttlNr 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee KUD Kipen 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kun Kapen 8:00 Robert Hurleigh N«wi--M 8:1.1 Morning Devotions 6:30 Timn Mornini EditHa 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymni ' 9:00 Mornini Melodiet »:15 Paula Stone 9:30 Queen for a Day 0:00 Food for Thought 0:15 Random Rhythms 0:30 Democratic Convention 1:00 Rhythm Ranch Hindi !1:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News . 11:30 Church of Christ 11:4j Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Jordanaires 12:13 -News -n Noon 111:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 Democratic Convention 1:30 Democratic Convention 2:00 Democratic Convention 2:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:45 Democratic Convention 3:45 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Tinw 4:30 Tun* Pkk'n Tinn 5:00 Gracie Field Show 5:30 Songs of the B-Bar-B 5:45 5-man Koundup GetaUff- for life! ·^taU |wd to «tt lofay,

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