Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 31, 1952
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ITMKAMUI THMI. r , July H, 19*1 ( NOW. WHEN SHE COME-TilT xlHE POOM.VOU HITl/EOVFI? (Jhc HfAD WITH IT ,45 THOUGH VOU New England Drying Up, Rain Making Efforts Are Considered some relief from a drouth which Massachusetts s t a t e Sfficiak as had most of New England in have sent a plea to Washington Is costly grm for a month. The put this state in the disaster 1 long dry spell has cost farmers so j so drouth-stricken farmers will h» Bodies In Argentina Often Kept for Years So Relatives May View Them f^Sttl-SP^tt Connecticut tobacco rrowcrs, with the supiwrt of potato farmers, will attempt to take up where nature left off by bringing rain through artificial means.- The Connecticut Valley Cigar Tobacco Associates--faced with an expensive crop loss--have authorized a Cambridge firm of artificial rainmakers to do their job as soon as conditions are practicable. A special meeting will .be held at the Ellington. Conn., Town Hall onight at which tobacco growers be parts of Missouri and Arkansas as disaster areas. Similar action is Planned /or Alabama, Kentucky Mississippi and other regions. The Boston area and some other areas in New England got onlv .52 of an inch of rain in Julv making this the longest dry spf ,i in 134 years. The .52 inches ,,, "m is 2.14 inches less than'BO?- mal for July. Pastures in most of N ew En-- lanJ are in the worst condition in :he memory of dairymen. Maine re"-- an estimated seven million WHAT DID \OU / ! THOUGHT HEERED A SHOT. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami IF HE AINJ'T THAT'LL HELP.' HE'S TRYIN- TO WALK IM TH- SHACe OF TH' CUEBSTONG NEAR NOON.' UWf / AT l^,. dVUJZATKM AGODRM6 LOSTBV KR5.A.ROPEP , . TRUCKS SET HERE, «C WON'T HAVE ENOU6H S*S TO UK THREE PIAMES, ANXWAY. ·AMYBWHOP of On;«insti Ohio WITXOUTH MISHAP -THEN FRACTURED NO WEST TRAFFIC , Mongol Cfcviga- (PI-WED A GAME ' V ' OP POLO V AFTER EACH VICTORIOUS BATTLE THCRE fiOCS UVERYbOUY.' 1 IOLYCOW, WHAT'S HAPPENED ID My ADWCM · ZE IMMM. PCWUMrf , _ . -- ZtV SAV IT DHIVES MIN STAUK louds for rain. The slate'Weal her I rain in'sight ,e air has been drawn out, crcat- ng a perfect vacuum. The tops re of glass so (he loved ones of he dead may view them for an ndcimite period. They continue ith their natural appearance So it is highly probable that the ody of Kvita will be placed in e monument to be erected to her so that annual pilgrimages may be made to her tomb and she will appear under glass as she does now as the thrones enter the cathedral to view her. I went to the cemetery to take Hindsville Woman Has 94th Birthday Party Hindsville-CSpecian-Mrs. Ton, ,,: H » r ris. "West resident of Hindsville. celebrated her 94ih birthday at her home Mondav ·enty-mne friends and relatives her h honor f ° r " ^ """" in . " rs - "frTM is 'he mother of eight children, six of whom are ;^TM^he also has H grand- saw magnificent monuments some as large as a ordinary room' in an American home and all with figures nf cherubs and anscls done by famous sculptors. Underground were spaces three stories ctecp where bodies lav in glass covered caskets so relatives could co any lime and sec the departed in iheir natural rtatc. The mausoTcum of Presideni Harris remains active and' take', considerable interest in the care of her garden and lawn. On The Radio Nw York-(/P)-TunjnK tonight: MBC-7.-30 The Chase; 8 Dragi j i e t : 8:30 Counter-Spy; » Night- ""-"in I M r I UMUIMM ' lip. Unburu was very beautiful. While ! u he was president he was visited ! TM = by Teddy Roosevelt. Kis grandson ! *,,,, ~" : 'TM Pc W Lee - · ' Mr. my ,-r-ort friend. Enrique Uriburu I ,, v, ~l FBI '" Peace and w 'r; Quintana. rich i-attle baron whose I ",,· ( - n a m c l e o n ' hospitality I never have seen 1 , 4 ° Def ense Allorney; matched as he showed me t h e ' " A m a l e u r Snow ; »:30 nance Mu- town, was 12 years old when lie ! IC ;, n c - , saw.Teddy and he remembers h i m : uil* 7" ·, N n c l u r ne: 7:30 with admiration. Two of his un- ! y Fa ^ ll v ' *' M R°d and G u n ; cles also were presidents of Ar-1 * ' gcnlma | Twenty-two states now prohibit une family has two mausoleums I l n t diversion of motor vehicle about 10 feet apart and about 12 i f«» and ta:;es to non-hiehi-av .-I high with maj-nificenl ?. : i j purposes, says the Automobile work. Undertround there is a j C1 "b of New York leading from the crypts, under one- mausoleum to the other ! so relatives of the departed may view all the bodies at any time. Symbiosis is the lorn, u:;cd to I describe !he status of two o r a a n - 1 sms which live toeethcr lo mu- · i u a l advantage as the plants and 11 alcae which together form lichens. ( vhich together fonn lichens. Woman of I n d j e believe no mar- rlage can be successful unless the I I bride wears pearls. j KQRH j 'ire produced all artificial i l - 1 l u m i n a t i n n nniil electric- lirht wa. mirodurod in the l.Pih Century Newest In Women's Styles 6:00 Dinner Music fi:15 Starlight TiTM 1:30 Newt 6: IS Ozarks Sports Revie 7:00 Wayne King Show ':I3 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous ":*5 Lombardn on the Air 1:00 Bill Henry S:05 Rod and Gun Club of Air fi:3ll Reporters rtoimdup the !):00 N CW5 9:05 Jaz?. Nocturne 0:30 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party .{i 11:00 Platter Party !;] 11:30 Sign Of* i Rivc s s - u p lo this afternoon frock for the more mature figure. You'll like I , i-omfortable eolMi-lc/. ss ncrklini pnne ed skirt, short or below the-elbnw sleeves. I'iittrrn No. I177S is a «e I.n-forate,l palter,, In si"es i 4 ,"..«. », «, 48, SO. ,12 S 'iiT* 1 » ' · V " rds "' ^ thli rwttern, nend }o ',i' n C £", JS ' our "" vSufe'S" 1 ' * nl "« Sue Hie 38° ' ' lor " (V f, 1 ! »; ^ I,* .,, *, ·Xjulck teU R «t tuned, WKI Ict'i m»k« K only MVM '"'"0 "X " p,|. I rWDAT WOKNLNQ I MO Rise 'n Shin* I 5:50 RFD M50 6:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets and weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine Ji:45 Slock Talk Time 7:00 Koffce Kup Kapen 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffce Kup Kapera 8:00 Robert Hurleigh Newi--M 8:15 Morning Devotlonj «:30 Times Morning Editi-«i 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymni ^:00 Morning Mclodien 9:15 Paula Stone 8:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hindi !1:I5 Biuckage Commentary 11:23 News 11:30 Church of Christ I IMS Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 .lordanaires l'-t:l5 News it Noon 12:30 Chuck Wngon Jamborei 12:45 niden of Purple Sale 1:00 Ladles Fair " 1:23 Afternoon Varied** 2:00 Something Old J:I5 Somethinn Ncv» !:.1D Snmethlnn Borrtmi-d M, Someihlng Hint .1:00 Swlnf Sr.-ji-m Ji*" Tunt Plck'n Tlm« J ;( jJ Thf Merry Mullmin ».Sn Snnis nf Iht R-IUr-t

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