Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 4, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 4, 1952
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Mcnfey, Awflutt 4, 1*52 HES. sues, HIMS \ -.. AND HERS .--' GCTTA HORN--Mfl/BE IP i TOOT rr SOMEBOD/CL COME AND STOP THE LISTING CROWS WORSE AS THE BOOT 8B3NS TO SHIP WISTER. MEANWHILE-- /; TME BOUT WITH SOORKLE PLENTY /»ND BONNE BWVIDS LIMPS AND WEAVES, AS (T BBST5 ITSELF TO OBCES ON THE ROCKS. , - _ GMOUlbKMOW BETTB? THAN TO GOME IWTD AM A0MV BftRPACkS YELLWff LIT iu: mo M SW M TOWN MO HTMUTTON. MC, t'U TWCI PORK , Are wu THE AMERICAN! ,\ \ SURPRISED. IW WITH THE Hl STAYS WITH THI PlAWl QIMMfi A HAND AN If WE DON'T STOP tM NOW, irs SURE OOOD BYJ rcv 11 fXMUSr/fJCHOUKS, IT .ir jutifrrrit, so*rrJ , - . ^_ OUT.'.'-- AH BJSTTEB QO BACK rsttcp tain Sister, Brother Identify Body Of Slain Woman Victim Reported To Be 21-Year-Old Dallas Waitress Oklahoma City - (/P) - A sister and brother early this morning identified a m u t i l i a t e d , tcrs "RAT" carved into the abdomen, was discovered Wednesday in a dry creek bed near Yukon, Okla. Identification was made yesterday from the victim's fingerprints. O. K. Bivins .chief of the Oklahoma Crime B u r e a u , said Miss Stevens had a criminal record in .. both Texas and O k l a h o m a . i }.'·· Police believe she may have been a victim of gangland r e - , venge. The girl's sister, Helen Steven;. 20, of Tcxarkana, Texas broke down completely when s.'ic viewed the body. Helen said she h a d n ' t wen her sister for several months. | Eddie told police he saw her a 1 month a?o and at t h e time she . headless: was " we || and h n p p y .. murder victim as Betty Jack Stev- Bolh . however. claimed they ens, 21, Dallas waitress. The girl's [ had been out of toiich'with'her for nude, tortured torso, with the let-: s o r n e l' mc a n d could give no clue j to the m o t i v e for the b r u t a l sRiy- |ng. The girl's f a t h e r , O. S. Stevens. J is a f a r m e r at ( J r j n u . ' a n d , Texas. Her mother is dead. Kdr'i.- Stover* said Betty was married a t 16. but t h e marriage was later a n n u l l e d . Capt. Wavne Harbolt of the O k l a h o m a City Police Department said the victim had been a f r e q u e n t visitor to Oklahoma C i t y ' At Dallas, poi'ce began questioning acquaintances of Miss Stevens. Capt. Will Fritz, a Dalla;. detective, said he learned the girl left a tourist court in \VT5t Dallas early Tuesday with "a stranger." Stevenson Says Republicans Are BRIGHTER THE HOURS! r cs £K BEETLE - BROWED -- Nope, j Ihe gal doesn't have an army of. · · black beetles marching on- her 1 dome. It's just one of the new ' fall model hats designed by Ed- i ward Harvane, of London. The i flaring, wild feather that tops it ' oil is supposed to "dc-emphasiie i . the hair." It sure do. Chew for Mj«yn«if Want to beat boredom? Chew Wrigley'i Spearmint Gum! Hs1p« time p»»» more ple«»ntly. »· . _...:_» .nvwheie. TM*W ^fl^-fvos i l l f t etl in e * Delicious * Lr.w*. i OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* THIS IS VI WHO TERRIBLE.' | COULD WHV.WE'LL/ HAVE ALL BE DIP DIS6RA.CEP/) SUCH A TRICK? MY MAW,THERE SOME. MISTAKE HERE;--THAT i POSITIVELY NOT FOR US, HOB HAVIW DOIW'S HETk't: TONI6HT BOBM THIRTY YEAR mr That was the last time she was teen. An autopsy performed lit Oklahoma City yesterday indicated she had been tortured and decapitated while alive. Tractor Driving Winner Worked Hard For Honor "It wasn't easy" were the words df Jimmie fetes, White Hock 4-H Club Member, who won the State 4-H Tractor Driving contest over CO contestants. He stressed the fact that it wasn't easy by the fact t h a t he won by only a h a l f point margin. Jimmie started out this year to try to, win the slate tractor driving contest and his father, Virgil Es- tcs. 4-H tractor maintenance leader. agreed to help. The While Rock I 4-H Club held a community trac- j tor driving contest to get the boys I | more familiar with what t h e Differences Between Eisenhower And Bricker Cited Columbus, Ohio - (XP) . GOV. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois mes-. saged Ohio Democrats today the republican party is "split down Ihe center" in a "contortion of outer division" about foreign pol-- The Democratic presidential nominee cited foreign policv differences between Republican Ken John w. Bricker of Ohio and Gen "wight D. Eisenhower, the COP. snnciard bearer Although he did net mention lacker :,,- name, Stevenson said I"? Ohio senator has "rnicfiv dis- i l m g m s h e d himself" b y b e i n g I against the foreign pohcy position of General Eisenhowci Stevenson M i,] Michael V. Di- Salle, former price stabilizer who is opposing Bricker for his Senate seat, is close lo General Eisenhower's foreign policy views. Gov. Stevenson's message was prepared for reading to the Ohio Democratic convention, opening- today m Colun*iis' Memorial Hall ' Bricker, who backed Ohio Sen Robert A. Taft against General Eisenhower for the GOP presidential nomination, told a reporter when informed of Governor Stevenson's statement: "He (Stevenson) might do well · to concern himself with the split e sp in his own party. The Republican party is more nearly united" t h a n ie New Deal party." "My position has always been what I consider best for the country, what I think is best for the taxpayers of the United Slates inrt the protection of our resources or the generations yet to come," Bricker declared. "The time has come to determine foreign policy not in England or in Moscow, but in the U. O. "One thing j have accomplished is to call the attention of the ivert 325.00 in prize A m e r i c a n P«JPl? lo the undermin- chance to represent g constitutional principles un- rountv in the state I On " h "; 1h we have builded this country. Stevenson told Ohio democrats they have a "special responsibility" to keep Democratic Oov. · Frank .7. Lausche in Ohio and to send DiSalle to Washington. He said Lausche has "given Ohio county contest would be like. Although J i m m y was not the winner in community competition, he ! went on to win the county con: test and received 325.00 in prize money and a contest. Jimmie secured all the information he could got on tractor safety and maintenance. In the state contest, the studying paid off because bis high scores were made on these divisions. ..,, ,,,,...,, whether he would enter the row crop or the non-row croo contests at state camp, he practiced for three days at home on both. One thing he said he believed helped , more than any was that on the j dairy farm there were so many ; thincs t h a t could be done with j tractor power t h a t made it easier lo be able to enter eilher division! Jimmie has been a 4-H Club member f o r . six years and has , been taking tractor maintenance I four years. Since he started in 4-H Club work, he has bought and raised a herd cf 17 resistcred .ler- seys. He was also co-i'My achievement winner in 1951. Jimmie hopes some day to be state achievement winner and win trio to the National 4-H Club Congress, which is held in Washington. D. C. For winning the state tractrr driving contest, he will receive a gold wrist watch. Not knowing sal auscne nas "given Ohio a nter the row | ""I 1 ': Progressive, effective state administration -- and I think I have learned something of how important and hoxv difficult it is." Lausche and DiSalle 'are scheduled to address the convention tonight. LI. Gov. George D. Nye was slated to give the keynote address this morning. r l5^SALT enmus m the Persian Gulf I* WILES IN CIRCUMFERENCE AND RISING 3OO FEET FROW THE OCEftN BOTTOM ISA CVLINDEROF SOLID SAiT/ ,f?"l ~^~ »-nT Jr^\-. Vfc*^ THE N,C.KOSNEtS AMD THE DELIVERED 34 GRANDCHILDREN IN It* SAME FAMILY/ WAS CALLED ON ACCOUNT OF SUN' 7HC BATTEVS COULOHTSCE PITCHED sags LAUGH TIME MONDA1 NIGHT «:30 Cherry Talkathon 6:30 Newt 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 8:00 Cherry Talkathon 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on th e Air 8:30 War Front--Home Front 9:00 Cherry Talkathon 9:30 Sid McMath "Bow about a littl* 'nud money,' Dad?" 8861 84-'. 38" By Sue Burnett Here is a handsome, well fitting skirt to tcnm up with blouses »nd sweaters all fall. And it's so ea.%y md economical to sew -- takes I just one yard of 54-inch. Delight for the novice at sewing. Pattern No. 8861 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in waist si/es 24, 25, 26^, 28, 30, 32. Size 25 1 yard of 54-Inch. For this pattern, mnd 30e for EACH, in COINS, your name, .d. drew, alien desired, «nd the PAT. TERN NUMREil to Sue Burnett, Northwest Ark«nsas Tlm«, 1140 Avc. Americas, New York M, N. Y Ready for you now -- Bmlc FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new is;ue is filled with Ideas for »m»rt, practical ntwlnj I idea* (or a new ncoson; sift put- I tern printed Inside the book, lie. 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 1 Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 fi:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:0o Koffce Kup Kspen 7:30 Moaning News 8:00 TBA 8:30 TBA 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymn# 9:00 Sid McMath 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 Corncntary 11:25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report ,, . AFTERNOON 13:00 Jordanaircs 12:15 News at Noon Chuckwagon Jamboree Rider, ot II* p urp i, s^g. 1:00 Ladles Fair 1:25 Afternoon Varletln.i -*--· 2:00 Something Old 2:15 Something New 2:30 Something Borrowed 2:45 Something Blue »:00 Swinu Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Tlm« J'JJ Tune Plck'n Tlm« 4:JO Tune Plck'n Time S:00 Merry Mailman 8:30 Songi of the 5:50 Cecil Brow*

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