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August 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Francis Learns About Traffic The Hard Way Bridgeport, Conn.-(/P)-If Francis the movie mule (whose name, incidentally, ought to be spelled "Frances") really could talk, she'd probably have something to say today about the hazards of motoring. Francis, currently touring the East in the interests of her latest cinema, was passing through Bridgeport last night when her trailer tipped over. She was shaken up and a veterinarian treated her for bruised legs. Flying Saucer Stories Banned By Newspaper Ottawa, J||.-(/P)-A ban on "fly- Ing saucer" stories has been announced by the Ottawa Daily Republican-Times. In en editorial, the paper said: "We're not printing them any more. We've chosen sides. And we Invite the 1,700 other daily newspapers in the nation to join in a fight against feeding pap to the newspaper reading public." Pork Board Has Eyes Only For Tree Limbs Hagerstown, Md.-fAVWomen In bare legs have been giving too much competition to the natural beauty of the city's parks, accord- Ing to the park board. So police have been ordered to hustle women in shorts out of such public places. "The only limbs we want to see in our parks are those growVig on trees," said Paul L. Snyder chairman of the board. Cadets On Way To V. S. ' Cherbourg, France ·- (/P) . The French cargo ship Perou sailer from Cherbourg for the United States today with 147 French aviation cadets. The student pilots all under 22. will study for a year in various U. S. military schools. -- ^ -- pltaunt chtwing httpt A«»«ttae in tlw TIMtS-- It paw. THEY JUST DISAPPEARED ·WELL. H/SWE THE ' COVER THE ENTIRE LAKE AND SHOREUNE. ?VE RADIOED FOR SEARCH BOATS TO COME UP PROM THE RIVER," SAYS CHIEF IWTON. ANQ SAM. CCimCT THE STATE POLICE. TELLTHEM TO THE LAKE SWALLOWED THEM UP-OCK, BONNIE BRAIDS AND SPARKLE. * i . «. · Fee! satisfied... Chew Wiigley's Spearmint Gum. Helps relieve monotony, boredom. Makes time pass pleasantly OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomi r=7 NO SITUATION CAW MAKE A duy LOOK MOKE STUPID THAKJ A BOSS WHO V5 CROWDED OUT OF A BOSSES' HUPD1 E WELL,WHAT CO VOU THIMtc OF TH 1 OWE WrO'.S 'HID LIFE , TO BE A SOME- S BODY? HE WOWT HEAR OP. SEE J ATHIM.' f Before/! orAW/ " KNOT BIRD NATURAL TREE , FORMATION -f Ssd h, LAWRENCE WtS ·forced. Calif THE SHADOW BRIDES OF LAOS Indochina AT THE AGE OF 12 ARE LED INTO A SHALLOW STREAM AND (1573-1631) poet dean of St. Pauls Cathedral London POSED FOR HIS PORTRAIT IN HIS SHROUD f BKKED BV WK.O.A.SONSERWI5TH WASSPLiriNr04E(JUAlP«TS By AN EARTHQUAKE Tul5a.Okla.-flp.-il3.H52 BV 30U.Y, OOOLA ,MXI FSip HIM GOOD, BUT HE'S ~ NEVER MIND HIM, LET GET VOU UP SAFELY ABOARD I'LL BUY THAT. ALL RIGHT/ I DON'T LIKE Bf 111' TAIL ON tAUGH TIME i i I i THI6 IN HALF A \ CO THAT? LOOT AN' HEAD ON BACK AN' PICK. UP OOP. 1 BUT-AH RECKON- IT IS TM'ONL 1 * WAV -L-LET'S GO- V-AH W AH KNOWS HOW CAIN'T.7 A ir BUSTS VOOR -AH Sr HEAIVr, LI'L Puts Quick End To Stories Of Flying Saucers Narrow:burg, N. Y.-(P)-Nick Dale, owner of a hunting camp, claims to be the first man to chase "flying saucers" on horseback. Strange lights swirling atop Tusten Mountain attracted attention of vacationists for miles around. Dale had an idea what the "saucers" were. To prove his point he rode up a mountain trail and found--not little men from Mars --but little men from the greater New York Boy Scout camp. They were making smoke signals and tracing them with flashlights. Rogers J. W. Mayfield. who has been a patient in the Veterans Hospital in Fayetteville several times during the past year, has been returned to his home where he will remain for about three months before returning to the hospital for further treatment. Capt. Kathryn Steele and Capt. Elizabeth D. Gaines, both former business women of Rogers, left here Sunday to spend two weeks at Fort Sill, Okla. Both are reserve officers in the WACs. and teachers in the Springdale schools. C. H. Anderson, partner in the Vogt Agency of Rogers, insurance and real estate firm, has sold his interest in the business to Robert It. Vogt. -Anderson was the victim of an automobile collision several msnths ago. He was hospitalized !or more than three months, and has not fully recovered. Plans are in progress for the annual fall fashion revue by the Wing Scouts. A committee com- losed of Sue Woodruff, Sylvia 3utt, Kay Lou Douglas and Jacyn Puckett, has been appointed o handle the details »! the revue. The date has not been announced. Lt. and Mrs. D. C. Slaughter and son. Mike, of Lawton, Okla., spent several days here last week. They were visiting Mrs. Slaugher's mother, Mrs. Ethel Maxwell and other relatives. Lieutenant Slaughter, who was an emnloye of he Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, is stationed at Fort Sill as an instructor. He served in the U.S Navy during World War II, and a year in Korea with the Arkansas National Guard. Martha Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will be represented at the barbecue supper to be given by the Pea Ridge Mount Vernon chanter September 16. The supper is being planned to raise funds for finishing the chapter house which has been under construction for several years. Devil's Den Road Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cavin of Prairie Grove attended the ball game hero Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Poulk and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Gooding attended church at Strickler, Sunday night. Mrs. Vestal Eiland and children of Lockncy, Texas, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Alice Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Landrith were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Merchant of Prairie Grove, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Linscy Layman n Farminglon. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Calmome of East Alton. 111., and their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simmon, »nd child ^n of Wood River. 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gooding »nd daughters of West Fork, were weekend Iuests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Gooding. Mr. and Mrj. Robert Trentham of Wlnslow, and her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Terry of San Jon, N. M., visited Mr. and" Mrs. Aaron Sanders, Saturday. ," Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maylott had at Sunday dinner guests, C. A. Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Britt and Mrs. Vestal Eiland and children spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith and tons of ' Farmington. The Devil's Den ball tiam will play ball on their home field, Sunday. Greenland is the visiting " team. Pvt. Clarence T. Courtney, Fort Bliss, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Courtney, is home on a 10 day furlough. Wins Divorce And Two Mi 11 ion Miami, Fla.-W)-The marriage of red-haired Marianne O'Brien and Richard J. Reynolds, Jr., the tobacco heir, came officially to an end here yesterday when Mrs. Reynolds received a divorce and W.000,000. Reynolds filed the original divorce suit, charging his wife w i t h indiscretions in Paris with Porfirio Rubirosa, former husband of the tobacco heiress Doris Duke. Mrs. Reynolds, who denied the charge in a cross-petition and declared she went to Paris to look fcr her husband, received the divorce on grounds of desertion. The couple had agreed previously on a settlement. Mrs. Reynolds will receive $750,000 in cash, a $750,000 trust f u n d , $10,000 a year for their two children, a $350,000 duplex home i,, Manhattan, a $115,000 home in Miami Beach, three automobiles and attorney fees. Mrs. Reynolds received custcdy of the children, Michael, five, and Patrick, three, but her husband if'Sy visit them and later will have custody during summer vacations. On The Radio New York - (if) - Listening tonight: NBC--6 Guy Lombardo Serenade; 7:30 Bob and Ray; 8 Mario Lanza Show. CBS-- Robert Q's Waxworks; 8 Big Time Variety; 8:30 Steve Allen Show. ABC--6:30 The Lone Ranger; 7 The Top Guy; 8 Newstand Theater MBS--7 Concerto Festival; 7:30 Oracle Fields Show; 8:05 Magazine Theater. Wonderfully Versatile 'f,\ FlIDAY EVENING 6:10 Tom Gentry 6:15 Starlight Time 1:30 News 8:45 Ozark Sports Review' 7:00 Wayne King Snow 7:1 j Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvouf 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Noble Gill 8:15 Musical Interlude 8:30 Sid McMath 9:00 News 9:05 Symphonic String! 9:35 Just Music ' 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off SATURDAY MOkNINO 5:30 Rise *N Shine 6:00 Sid McMath 6:30 Markets and Weather 6-35 Rise ".T Shine "·00 Minutes By Music 7:15 Jordanaires 7:30 Mornin.. News 7:45 Organ Reveries . · 8:00 After Breakfast I -11:15 Morning Devotion · 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Sid McMath 9:15 Kiddies Hit Parade 9:30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue Sue Burnett 10:00 New Record Relcasei 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 News at Noon RATURDAT APflKNOON 12:00 Farm Quiz T 0uldnt ARGUE wth you won't help with tht diihtt!' 1 New York Giants Vs. Boston Braves 2:30 Swing Session -1;- This beautifully fitting casual U:U1J , a r m vulz frock is so comfortable to wear, in-30 Dunn nn nickt fs bound to he the most popular | ____HH!L!!!L Iress in your wardrobe. Yoked I 1-00 BASF.RAIJ front and back, wfth handy pock HAhhBALL els and a neat belt. Pattern No. 8737 is a «ew-ritc perforated pattern In sizes 14, 16. 18. 20; 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 16, 4U yards of 35 or 39-Inch. For this pattern, tend 30c (or EACH, in COINS, your name, ad. drwu, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northweit Arkaniai Timn, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 3», N. Y. Ready for you nov -- Basic FASHION Tor 'S2, Full and Winter. This new Issue Is filled with Ideas for iimart, practical sewing Ideas for a new ttason; gift pattern printed IMM« the book, 2Jc. 3:00 Dunn's Adobe 3:30 Mai McGuire Show 4:00 Dancing by the Se» 4:30 Dancing by the Se« 4:4S Musical Fill 5:00 Dance Orch. J:U Sports Interview 5:30 Preston Sellert 1:41 Pttwe* Xett*

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