Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 28, 1952
Page 12
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graph to the broadcast and telecast activities on the convention floor. This immediacy and broadening of political outlook is what is now prompting leaders to pattern the forthcoming campaigns on the theme t h a t every speech is a major one. Major Whistle-Stop Campaign Mapped By Two Parlies B.V ROBERT F. HURLBIGH (Mutual Netwwk CmMHUtor) know now that every whistle-stop speech by any of the candidates ^!! it !"?n"l Spci:i *"' W h i s t l e - will this year become major items I . nominating sessions have shown j l h e countr ''« more l h a n «0-mll- j I this to be a fact. I lion voters. There have been no hiding plac es for politicians this year. Smoke- husily mapping campaign strato- filled rooms were just as active as in yesteryears and just as fogged with industrious behind-the-scenes mechinations. But this year every activity was mirrored by sight and sound to millions of people NEVER KEEREDTOO MUCH, STHm^MSOMT ·^. FURTHERMORE. INEVER KEB3ED MUCH I BCHTWTU PER Chew Wrifley'i Spearmint Gum. Good chewing relieve! monotony Civet you a nice little lift. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams ATS t DELIBERATE\ SOMEBODY COME CHILPREM TO GEOW TRICKS LIKE THAT? 3 IMG THACT TO LOOK **?*--.fidkrc *lTOUW THt VKlMt OF «MNt nWWS Mf M THt* WKVUT. 5PTOUT1NS *!NSS. T* MKVRn.lN6 WIND WILL WHS THEM THIS WHY. THSREISNOTWE / I'LL OU.L TO LOSE. WftS NOT SCTTLED BVTkcOOTCH/ SIWOON FAMILIES .' WITH A WHOLET) I/-LJ T-I sa\ CE ;^' I .CONNELIY Necu York City WAS BOR^ OK JULY 28 AND BECAME A MOTHER W /6Z4Mil HA/flED IT -,, _,, AEW BflG/Uft ' 1 3 SUCCESSIVE vet/a' Submitted by JOHN M c - O.UN5 ^--^ Rosemoynt.tflinn, «^ ·*·*»««. **·». OOOLA 1-JONAPtD' IX' HECK. OU SAY.' WHOCOULP HAVE CARPJED ...BUT DANG IT, THERE'S NO OTH6C WAY O0r», TH« PvM^ THEYVE JUST GO! .KEEP AN EYE. ON OUP PRISONERS WHILE I GO RUN 'IM DOWN! WEATHER TALE--Two LouJon Zoo aged two to three hours daily dictating letters, making phone calls and preparing telegrams outlining hero, the name has he-, come, to me, symbolic. Even here - - · - - -- - - » at its highest level, I « m nni nn reasons why they voted as the highest hill in lo'vn but t £ , IT ,? r Why t h c y dirin '' m ' v Rood !nrtmf ln ^ able to VF vote as the folks back home w a n t - ] from my kitchen window all the things which go to make up a a governor of a lown - Across a little valley which ' major state, told this correspond- | t l a s " Di S trench in its tree-tops ent that he felt he was "back made by the Frisco rishl-of-wav -- though physically here in lh(!re is our citv Hospital. . . also Chicago. This chief executive de- 5ccn is ' h c n 'Sh school.. . the City · scribed the Democratic session I Administration Building. . . a cor- and it is descriptive, loo, of the , ncr of t h e P osl office on the Republican meeting -- as a "huge | S 1 uarc - The tower over the court- solrifish bowl in which every ac- I hou!;c '" in [ul1 v iew, and some- tion we made was clearly seen by i t i m c s ' rsn evcn *et a glimpse of Ihe home folks." ' i l n ? Veterans Hospital. Up to now ' Mail response, too, was ver»v - !' lere has been only one thing , , . politicians expected ! . ! lncki "R. » church. No . . . that has that. What the/ did not anticipate I b?cn t a k e n -' arp n( h . v a w h i l e however, was the immediacy O f i s leenle. and ] am grateful to the responses via telephone and icle- Mc 'hodists. · . I ^et us kec ' 1 a " °' our traditions anrl suard them well; for therein lies the salvation of our nation as well as our souls. Canibel Eck Carter I From The People* j To the Kditor, As a native Ark;mfan who is interested in the history of this great state of ours, I wish to express my appreciation for the editorial which appeared in your paper regarding the proposed changes in the names of those I ' : -'.' u "IT " r TMH 3f i. r Cnme Fighters. streets which were named after men who dcser^'ed to be remembered. I agree with you tliat In take away those tangible r e m i n d - crs of Fayctteville's heritage would be to destroy something which future generations in this! town, old as measured with other Midwestern towns, would cherish. To be sure, there are some men, of whom Archibald Yell is an e.x- | ample, who have not been honor, ed enough. But if we remedy our I mistake we shoulrt not sacrifice ' the name of another man to do it. I sincerely hope t h a t the people nf Kayetteville w i l l decide to keep the name of Dickson and all thr I others. Hegarding the names of streets I am, of course, inclined to pause i ' and consider the name of my own. |which happens to be H i l l . Aside I from the fsct t h a t it was named I On The Radio New York - (/P) - Tonight: : NBC - 7 Gordon MacRac; 7:30 1 Barlow Concert; 8 Voorhees Coni cert. CBS - 7 Hornblower's Adventure; 7:30 Talent Scouts; 8 Romance Drama.. ABC - 7 Henry Taylor Talk; 7:30 Tex Maupin Music; 8 Teen Club. MBS - 7 Concerto Festival; :..10 Crime Docs Not Pay; 8:05 KM* ·» wua V TIMER 4aHf. KGRH It's Sew-Simple, Smart M9NDA1 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tims «:,10 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M '7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Ike Murry 8:30 Sid M c M a t h !):00 .lack Holt 9:30 Boyd Tackett 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N" Shin* 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 TEA 6:30 TEA By Sue Burnett For this pattern, send JOc tot RACK, In COINS, our nsme, »d. rcss. sizes desired, and the PAT. TERN N1JMHEU to Sue Burnett Northwest Arkunsw Timef, llsd ve. Amerlou. New York .18, N. Y. RMfl.v for you now -- Ba«l c ASHION for ·.«. Full and Win' This attractive shirtwaist dress in beconMnx that you ran wesr everywhere with confidence, nd you'll mike it m|| y , n( | uickljr with our clearly Illuj- ·ted MW chart. Pattern No. MM i, , , Pw .,. |tf "' * tl * n ln * tn * IS. M 7:IXi Koffee K u r Kapen 7:30 Mo-ning News 7:15 TEA 8:00 TEA 8:30 TEA 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Sid McMath 9:30 Take A Number 10:00 Food for Thought 12:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Comentary 11:25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup II:M Market 1 :pori TUESDAY Ant;«No6r7~ 12:00 .lordanaires 12:15 News »t Noon 12.30 Chuckwagon Jamborw* I2:-I5 Riders of the Purple Sane 1:00 Ladies Fair 1:25 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Something Old 2:15 Somclhinn New 2:30 Something Rorrownl 2:45 Something Blue .1:00 Swing Sttiion S;30 Tune Pkk'n Tim* 4:00 Tun« Plck'n Tlm« 4:SO Tunt Pkk'n TUM f*:f)0 Merry Mailman 3:.Vl Son|t nf th* il:SO Cecil Brow*

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