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IfM VOU USED TO RUSH IN VJITH MY SLIPPCRS AMD MY PIPE Â· AND MV RAPES THF MOMENT I GOT HOMt" Â· Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·eP I AAUeiiiL CeAeV DfteBekAeBe^UeiiVI UeA BftMe* IMRfS lOOfR rOl rMNMNi, IW rip $283 A Month Overhead, With Chauffeur ITS MPS TRACV CAJJMC LONG CKSWNCE RDC WE Â«CRE SUBE TWEV VWULJD COMEINf OCXHflOSAM'S SPffiDBOOiT WITH SH4RKLE ANDBONNie BRAIDS. BVT JTSBCEN 18 HOURS. T**Â« TVC HELJCnPTER AT "THE U3TIN TEN MIMUTES, SAM! WEhE FLV1NG NORTH " S/MS THE CHIEF. E34S?Â£i THEY Ftrt IN A "FLITZER"--"Flitier" is the name lor this new German Â«uto-jcootet. being tried ou( by a couple of youni Â»-omen ,n Frankfurt. Germany Fritz Fend, its inventor and manufacturer, i. displaying- it there. The tiny car. which can b. . entered onlj by .winging open the whole lop. hat been clocked at ' Â»Â«ll over Â«D mil*, per hour. BETTY MUTTON .nd CHARLTON HESTON~in a dnmitic scene from Parimount'i "THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTR" Technicolor. One beaver skin could be (rsdcd 'or a brass kettle d u r i n g the heyday of American f u r trapping. High-grade asbestos fibers can be spun and woven almost as Â·Â·.Â·ell as silk or cotton. OUT OUR WAY Ml TMÂ« KOUNO MIL IM TUT MTWCI? ou* eÂ»ivÂ» n N in ouvi Â«to/i JJJT itYowo rr. _ Â»WD WI'll tmCT MOD.'! VCU FORDMOI* Â·WT TO COUEGS Â»T HOKTHWESTERN. MAJOTO IN ORIENTAL LWGUMCS.TWTSWMI I SOT MT Mt WITH TMll iKPSDITON. NORTNWktTTItN! wsu.,iu H D06SONBP. I WSNT It) INWKi USED TO 60 UP THERE ON MittT Â»U By J. R. Williams DONT LET 1M OTOMP ME TH' HAND! ITfi A.LL 01 A MIL6 9TRA.ISHV DCWN TO Til' SAKJD! OH, IT'S YOU TRICKIWS THE CLOCK SO I WOULPM'T BE LAlt AFRAII7 I'LL GET FIEEP--HAH IT STOPPEP LAST MIGHT AMP I'M SETTIUS IT--BUT IP VOU'RE THAT LATE AMD THAT _ _ YOU SHOOLP BE FIREP.' IT JUST \ |; STRUCK TWELVE ) !Â·Â· TIMES.' ' WHITE OAK IN ThC U.S. * M i l l s . M d . 412 YEABS OLD __ ITS TRUNK IS SI FEET IN ClRCUMFEKNCC K r* BASE AND ITS BRftNCHES SPRÂ£AP U| FEET srmw INSTRUMENTS PLIWED ev muaciAws IF THE BETSIMIRAKA TRIBE-fnadaga scai' Oklahoma City-W-Willie the ! Panhandler told wide-eyed uollce- I men yesterday he t h i n k s Okla- i homa City people have bcarts of . gold. J Willie. w:.o is probably the na: (ion's best oanhandlcr, said lie j came to Oklahoma City from I Dallas Tuesday because t h i n g s were '.'ntl'na t'ow in the Texas j city. So slow, in fact, he c o u l d n ' t ' a f f o r d to keep up t H e n;iy:rrc'its r.n j his new Lincoln and give a y o u n g ! c h a u f f e u r $35 a week lo drive it j for him. His first day in Oklahoma ! netted him 564. he said, and yes-j terday was going about the same. W i l l i e is 31, and has been para- | |V~H frmn the waist down since j childhood because of paralysi.". He travels in a clelani- dated l i t t l e .wagon which he propels w i t h his hands. Â·"Â·Â·-n -.-"nut '-ar officers arrested W i l l i e when his c h a u f f e u r tried to change Sf)U worth of nickels and dimes into paper money. panhandler had different idea?. He eaid he thought he would have his chauffeur nwing around by way of Chicago fo ra little vacation before returning la Texas. On The Radio New York-(/Pj-Listening Thursday n i Â« h t : NBC--6:45' One Man's Family 7:30 The Chase; 8 Dragnet; 8:30 Counlor-Spy; 9 Nichtbcal. CBS--6:30 Pegpy !, Attorney; :30 Danre Mr. Chameleon. . ABC--7:30 i n f a n t i l e j s A m a t e u r Music. . MBS--7 Jazz Noclurne; 7:,1n Th. Hardy Family; 8:05 Rod and Gun Club The torsest extinct kangaroo; stood about 10 feet tall--2 feet i A*TerUn k. tin TIMM--It , "This boy ain't doing a n y t h i n g : taller than any living kangaroo, wrong," W i l l i e protested. "I save ( him the money. I pay him S35 a ' week as my c h a u f f e u r . You know I can't drive the car myself." In his private papers, police uncovered a book from a Dallas j automobile financing f i r m showing W i l l i e pays $143 a month for I his new Lincoln. My overhead w i t h the chauffeur is *2M a m o n t h before I eet bite lo eat or buy my clothes." wailed Willie. "A dollar today is wort 1 " about 30 cents normally." Police o f f i c e r s said they vouldn't file charzcs if W M I | p leit .own and went back to Dallas. But the nation's number one EODAT (1:00 Dinner Music :19 Starlight Tiaw 1:30 Newi Â«:15 Ctearks Sportj Review A Prinr^sc 7:M Wlylle Kin * show /\ rrinCCSS 7.15 Gabriel Heatter-M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombsrdo on the Air 8:00 BASF.BALL St. Ixuis Cardinals VÂ«. Cincinnati Peds Â«:3n Sid McMath 9:00 BASEBALL (cont.) 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off FUDAY MOKNINB 5:30 Rise 'n Shim 5:50 RFD 1450 Â«7oo Sid McMsth t:3D Marketi ind Â·either 6:35 Rise N' Shine Â«:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffee Kup Kipen 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kup Ksperj 8:00 Robert Hurleffh New*--U 8:15 Morning Devotloni S:30 Times Mornini Editt-w 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Sid McMath 0:1.1 Paula Stone 9:30 Take a Number fof Auckland, h AGED 5 SIWED AFLOAT FOR SOmNUTES AFTER FALLING OVERBOARD PBOM A BOAT Â· YET- HE COULD HOT SWIM A STROKE Â«f WftSfOUNDFLOpT/NGrOft MS 6ACK OPTICAL ILLUSION drÂ«Â«un by R . E . STONEBURNEB Arhngton.Va. S 5ABVS SA AM THINK SO.T--AN'SO-AM GOTTA EAT-CNur-T FO'TWO.'.' -AN'-TO WORK THAT OUT -- VO'AN'ME GOFTA MAKE TH' LAUGH TIME By Sue Burnett And so easy to sew. for beginner and expert. Princess lines present a smooth fluid line from shoulder lo hem, save time and effort with no belt to worry w i t h . Note the clever neckline, the t w i n pockets. Pattern No. 8864 iis a sew-rite perforated pattern in si?.Â°s 34 36 38. 40. 42, 44, 4(1, 48. Size 36, 5W yards of 39-inch. For thii pattern, send SOc for F.ACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PAT. TERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Avc. Americas, New York 36, N. Y. Ready for you now -- Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing | ideas for a new season; gift p n t - j tern printed inside the book. 25c. [! 10:00 Food for Thought [ 10:15 Random Rhythms j 10:30 Queen for a Day i 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands !1:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTEBNOON 12:00 .lordanaires 12:15 News it'Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon .Tambore* 12:45 Riders of Purple Sags 1:00 Ladies Fair 1:25 Afternoon VarietiM 2:00 Something Old 2:15 Something New 2:30 Something Borrowed 2:45 Something Blue 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Tims 5:00 The Merry Mailman 5:30 Songs of the B-Bar-B 5:50 News !M rw wr, Â» f Â» n m iYÂ»NtÂ»n i.,. Â«"iir II-Â«T^ trontn ^"TT* W^ "You htvft to bt eixtful--t.hcy CM ruin your tyw lor Ufeviiioa!" Â·Ust part of a picnic-- No ethvr drink pfafc* y*v wp ilk* Dr. P*ppÂ«r Tti* mciil ipukle of Dr. Ptpper Â«ddi la Â·vwybady'i fun, everywhere you 10. Enjoy it in the Mi-Mttl* cÂ«tÂ«*orUH 13-bottU u/tÂ«; kuy H by th* Â«Â» . . . ind (fÂ»k fÂ«r U Â·, Mda fowiteiM nA Â·Khlati, tM.