Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 11, 1952
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Billy Rose Says Eleanor Is Righf-He's Real Trghtwad New York-i/Vi-Billy Rose h a s , case is scheduled to be heard nexl fired another verbal salvo at his j month. Mrs. Rose has been get- estranged wife, Eleanor Holm Uing »700 a week temporary all- Rose, who accused him of being | mony. " li * hlw ' ( " 1 - i Thursday, Eleanor said the The thorny battle of Ihe Roses i Broadway producer was stingy has been see-sawing hack and i with his money srSSS-wt j£."Sftit-=r: \"y C ?' · ! "' **e by the papers that Adultery is the ' ' . . ' _. divorce philanthropic 'Tor instance, throughout marriage we lived in a five-story town house on Beekman Place with only one lousy elevator. The furniture was second-hand stuff designed hy Chippendale and other Hth century English carpenters. "The pictures on the walls were horrors--the works of hacks like Rembrandt, Halls, Velasquez and Renoir . . . During the summer i 30-room made her rough it in shack in Ml. Risen . . . "Her clothes were mostly raes stitched together by rut-rate ,1 THANK VOU, il~\ ~v ( ME BO/ AMD )q f LOOK.HELfcFTME EASY? DON'T R ITS STILL PICKED UD SOMETHING VES CHIEF. BETTER GET . NOJR BOAT CVCR MERE. WERE COMING UP wrrw Feel refr,jj,^ Chew Wrigjey'i Spearmint Gum. Lively flavof cooli your mouth. Freshens Urte - moi«len« lhro»t OUT OUR WAY tv J. R. Williomi rr'SMV AVOCITL- TVPROOBAM voo QOTTA AWSWEPFOK HEBOC. ARE tAAPE- TMT HAN IS A CMMMIJT.' HE WAS WiH6 TO DI5CREPIT TH6HEIP.TOT ' »VH M*v KIU OUR ANUMU. THOM ANIMALS WERE STAIBED THRU THE HURT AND NOT KILLED tY OUR 9WWWS. N mt c»m«L, cwmuMisr MOB KAT UPA * t . L A G E OF 550 PERSONS - KTIT IS ENTIRES WITH REVERSED LETTERwft hurchyard. Plymouth. Er.j HAS LED THE 5AWE BAND FOR 73 YEARS/ 08MNIKD IN fat gy HS OQMDfflHEIt WUL.L. LOOK \ PEACl HO';* imRt.../Lr-ir TH'tifNir!./! COME , rXJSHED THM'StNIC HE TROMPtD ON W HWIti OVEC6OO.RD UN Tt. t'D LLARNED WCW TO CONTROL. MAt.y- VULTOOrS.'.'-A MAMMY , A RAPPV VULTURE, AN'A SWIIET LI'l. BABY VULTURE-ALL TOKTMi* -IN THAU OWN UI HMT.'.'- VULTURE KIN no JTHET PAPPV IV-AH KIN.'.'-AH VULTURE HAINT GOIN' STC.P FUFVTHER.T MIS FAMBLV 1OGETHER- Femer Jipnese Nny Officers Agree Courts Should Not Try Brifisb Sailers Tokyn-(fl»i-The British demand i sailors be turner! over to British fnr surrender of two British sailors i military authorities, ainvieicri by a Japanese i-ourt to- I Nearly all Japanese newspapers day drew a strong support from : editorially urged the government unexpected quarters -- f o r m e r , to spurn the protest. Japanese Imperial Navy officers.' Dr. Enomoto. 62, International Dr. .luji Enomoto, former lop i law expert, declared lhat Britaii'i naval lawyer, said it was against; was right. He said Britain "never "international custom" fur a Jana-i tried Japanese sailors involved in nesc civil court In try British i a similar case" while he served sailors. Other former high naval. the Imperial Navy as legal adviser officers agreed. and professor from 1915 through 1 n " TM" ; "'" '" r i" 1 !" 7 " ln *' Peter-T. Slimier, and Derek , World War II ! ., u." 01 ' , 1S accusin * mt l bp in« » ! Sm'lh. both 21. crew members o f ! ··Foreign governments . during mm tightwad She s absolutely right, j the cruiser Belfast, were convict- ' the 30 pre-war years always hand! compared to me, Scrooge was a ] ed August 5 by the Kobe District --· - . . . . j Court of robbing a Japanese taxi- our cab driver and sentenced to 2'.z years in prison. British Foreign Sccrr.lary An- Uiony Eden lodged a strong protest with the Japanese Government and demanded thr t w n ed over misbehaving Japanese sailors to Japanese court martial," Dr. Enomolo said. Former Navy Cnmdr. Masataka Okumiya. who led Japanese airmen attacking Dutch Harbor, Alaska, at the time Pear! Harbor was bombed, said he fully agreed, seamstresses like Hatlie Carnegie · C _ . ,._.J- I ;| _ and Valcntina . . . She only h a d , jOUHaS LlKG · i 11.1 pairs of shoes, 41 sweaters snd ' | H ratty-looking fur mats "When it came to jewelry, il u^.- all last season's stuff--92 different pieces which container! somewhat less than 200 carats of blue-white diamonds. " . . . When we sulil up. she was virtually destitute--SlSS.nnn in cash and government bonds." Would Behead Accused Agenf Of The West : His Love Is Real Thing London - /^(-Frederick Clegg's (rirl friend failed tn show up outside a London subway station for a date they had arranged -- but t w o .ifHilary Policemen did. The MP's hauled Clegg away on charges of desertion from tii'e Army. At. a court martial yesterday, Clese. 23, fountt out that Girl led sway to serve a five months prison sentence, Clegg said: "I'm going tn marry Lynn as soon as I'm out. She is a wonderful girl and did what is best fnr us." Merlin - l/Pl - The El..,, ,, Communist state was asked .,,..,,.. to behead a man accused of beine an agent for the west. Dr. Ernest Nclsheimer. general prosecutor demanded the death penalty for Wolfgans Kaiser. 28, of West Berlin, a student of chemistry. The prosecution statement was made at the windun of an East Berlin trial of Kaiser and three others charsed with being in the i employ of the anti - Communist | .j^htin, group a sai n,t *,,,,,,.,,. | ,,, J^j^ ^ JJj^ IvTclsheimer declared Kaiser us- ' . ed his knowledge of chemistry t o i l-itlie Rock-W)-Southwestern dense sabotage weapons for "use Bp " TM e P n °ne Company spent in a plan to blow up a canal locks · M4 non preparing its rate increase " ; requ-st and S7Z.OUO for advertis- i ing during 1950-51. | The firm listed the expenses in I questionnaire filed out for the i Public Service Commission, which i Bell Cites Eipense Single Loyally-Testing Program Is Proposed j requested Ihe information follow- i ing a directive from Governor Mr? WashiiiRton-WVOn orders from' Math. The governor said he want- 'rnm,' · · rum , i "L' th ? C , ivi ,' S " n '-l cd to know if utilitip s '" Arkansas There is now a separate pro- TM«TM TM »« ^ »«.- "'** uspri tn P a - v fnr special - - . - . , , ... ,,,,,,- n 317|.C,1 rt 1C | J | - | ) - j . r". J^v.^,0/ gram for each. In a l"tter to chair- 1 w tnesscs, studies and transcrib- man Robert Ramspcck of the Civil' prs - !t also paid $30.000 to a Little Service Commission, made public! " ncl( l» w firm which helped eom- yetserday by the White House, thejliany attorneys with the rate case, president said: | . ^ "I have concluded that the mwl I fttf n desirable action at this timr would i i*. Tm« be to merge the loyalty, security I '""·" and suitability programs, thus eliminating the overlapping, duplication and eonfujion which apparently now exist?. Truman asked the commission; to draft a standardized plan to I be used by all "at th« earliest' practicable dale." I Verimle» J.jke 111 ; Boston - (/Pi - Actress Veronica I Lake was reported "coming alons · nicely" today at Pratt Diagnostic ' Center where she w?s taken yes- let-day with a virus infection. KGRH Sew A Gay Colored Jumper M3NDA1 NIGHT «:00 Cherry Talkathon 6:15 Starlight Time 8:30 N'ew» 8:45 Ozark Sports Revie* 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Cherry Talkathon «:nn Cherry Talkathon 8:30 Sid McMath D'OO Chci-ry Talkathon 10:00 News 10:1.1 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MOKNTNO ! 5.30 Rise N' Shim , 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 «:00 Cherry Talkathon 7:0u Koffe* Kup Kspert T:30 Mo-ning News ":45 Cherry Talkathon 8859 Stupid to ride Ihroujh that h f i v y tr»ffie to (o to the teach.' End quote." By Sue Burnett \ You have not only one oulfit hut Ihrce--when you sew this youth-! fill, simply styled jumper. "Team' it with a bright blouse: wear it a s ! a frock for Rala occasions' it's' ideal for a sun dress. I Pattern No. BBS!) is s seiv.riic perforated pattern in jizns II 12 I : 13. M. Id, 18. 20. Size 12.'jumper/ i 3- yards of 39-inch; blouse 2U ' yards. i For this pattern, send ,10c for KAf.'H, in COINS, your name, address, sizes d«lred, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times. 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 38 N Y Ready for you now -- Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. Thi» new issue is.filled with Meat for smart, practical sewini Meas for a new seaion; jift pat- i tern printed jnilda th« book, 25e.| 8:5 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:0(1 Sid McMath 9-15 Sid McMath »:30 Take a Number 10:01) food for Thought 10:15 Times Morning Edition 10:30 Sid McMath 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical R o u n d u p 11:55 Market Report TUESDAT AFTtlNOCN 12:00 Sid McMath « I2:ir News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamh»re« I2:4,i Riders of the Purple Sa;« 1:00 BASEBALL Detroit Tigeri Vs. Cleveland Indians 2:30 Rhythm nancn~Hands 3:00 SwinR Session 3.30 Tune Pick'n Tim* 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:311 Tune Pick'n Time 5:no Merry Mailman 5:30 Sonss of the B-Bar-» 5:50 News 1 i GALLON VMill* lei Crein 63e Int. UAflr Ham

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