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August 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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^^^^MM^^i^B^^H Congressmen Said HH By Eisenhower's Stand On Taxes Bo»ton - VP) - Economic Stabil- 4V ii»r Roger L. Putnam said todaj- General Eisenhower left the majority of Republican congressmen "high and dry" when he favorec low prlcei and lower taxes. Putnam spoke at the 66th annual convention of the Massachusetts Federation of Labor. The economic boss said in prepared address that 75 per cent of the Republicans in the House voted in fivor of an amendment to end all price controls. "That vote was · vote for more Infla tion. for higher prices, for cheap. What Others Sav Criticism From Both Sides The past few days since the gubernatorial race has waxed hotter by the hour The Commercial has received chidings from supporters of both McMath and Cherry. The McMath protagonists said we were favoring Cherry. The Cherry suppolers accused us of selling our soul to McMath. Two straws that show the political wind blowing in opposite directions. . . sn experience as familiar to members of the publish- No reasons we would marshal i f ° could so convincingly prove that , '. ! i this newspaper is taking neither slri TMy side in the governor's race. What we have done from the outset, and what we are doing now is to record all facts and developments just as fast as teletype and local news staff can obta'in them, publishing the facts with. That's the function of the news As new facts emerged, as char- the AufjMt IJ, mi ~oj JUST HAVE ONE er dollars, for Jess real income," And now Genera] Eisenhower would have us believe that his party itands for lower prices and lower taxes. It's very pcfible, of course, that a man who has devoted his lifetime to military matters should be unversed in civilian affairs. But it's a little surprising that a candidate should leave so many of his party's congressmen high and dry on the matter of prices." fTS NOT VERY HEAVY COULD BE ONEOPTWE Compressed air for construction of a tunnel was first used in 1879 in work on the Hudson River tunnel between Hoboken, N. J., and year, however, the air blew flooding the tubes 20 workmen--and the tunnel was not opened until 28 years later. ges, counter-charges, accusations. denials, alibis, word-duels and Keep »t with the tine*--read the TIMES dally. jeers rent the airwaves Associated Press wires, T.he Com- OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomi WELL, ft AIKH (SENTLEMANLY TD BULLDOZE (3RLS OFF OF EVEN A BALL DIAMOND, SO WE'RE ·PLAYIN PRETTY FAST WITH FOOTBALL TILL THEY LEAVE WWATS THC M1- TODAY? ILL FMO OUT FDR YOU/ FIPTH.'/J FIFTH OF r If KITfOYIP BY LOCUSTS. WE AKE TRYING TD WJ ARE \ HELP YOU. NPT TO SPRAY WITHIN THIS VIUAE. TMY MITTM WIWNED HUT, AND WE KNOW THAT » CAFE. NOW WE'RE GETTIN3 SOME WHERE MT.TUNCUttGU/V Ecuador SUPPLES THE VILLAGE OF BANOS am COLD UATER man r« HfATB) fl/ 05 INNER HUES HES! WHAT'S THfi BIG IDEA? Submit*! by ED JKHA-Ccero III of North ran/ton.England W»S THE FATHER OF 7 PHYSICIANS/ 9OOOCXA AND/ PIEAS...IT» NOT FOOZV THREW /A, CARPET, IT IS A YOU Off 10UR MAGIC TURBAN... owmtiNa V AND i 1 I BUTT OO...ANDWUR OKAY, SEN1E... SOT VOUReELF A DEAL/ FRIENDS WITH If... AND IF YOU HOPU TO EVER 6EE THEM AGWN THKVU. 1AKE CARt OF A KXPECTORANT MOTHER HEREL-EF T'GIVETMtMTH BABY-- mtrcial hal seized on pertinent developments and fiven the most sincere opinions and interpretations of which it was capable. That's the function of the editorial staff! Fear of offending anyone i» not at the bottom of this paper's neutral editorial attitude. Fear of being thought of as all-wise and pontifical in the mailer of selecting our man for governor is a very impelling consideration. The present battle for govcrnoi has been called "the bitterest in my political career" by, one of the candidates. It may well rival anything in the state's election Annals bf next Tuesday, voting time. The same issues have been aired time after time in speeches and radio addresses almost to the point cf monotony. We think the voters o: Southeast Arkansas who read The Commercial--well over 20,000 poll tax payers in the homes of 16,000 subscribers--have enough judgment and intelligence to pick their favorite wisely. They need not one single nudg ing fraternity and as old as Gut-1 or Prompting by this newspaper, enberg's invention of movable I A " ""V nee d is to know what's J happening and our interpretations Armed with th ° se inforr " a «on the choice y and s «!ely up to them. Pine Bluff TriwportaHon Problems Subject Of New Book A new book on the 'present-day Problems of transportation, writ- en by Dr. R. E. Westmeyer of the University College of Business^ Administration, has been published by Prentice-Hall, it was announced today. The new book entitled "Economics of Transportation," is a study of transportation from the standpoint of its economic and public utility as- P«cts, special emphasis on present-day problems and the need for re-examination of public policy in the transportation field The first portion of the book discusses the book importance of im- Pane! Says More U.S. Medical (are Needed Washington-UP)-The President's Commission on Health Needs of the Nation was told today that thousands more dentists, nurses and medical assistants are needed to care for the American people.' Summaries of panel discussions held during the last two months by 21 medical, military and lay experts were presented at the opening of a two-day session by the commission. The panel summaries indicated the exact shortage of trained ipeo- ple. including physicians and surgeons, depends upon how U.S. medical care is "organized." · Runaway Team Wrecks Car At West Fork I WesKFork - ( Special) - A team i of runaway horses scattered traf- 1 fie and pedestrians on the mai: street here yesterday afternoon and damaged a parked automobile before they could be brought uuder control. No one was injur- !ed. ! Henderson Watson was mowing grass at the home of Mrs. Jewel j Karnes when his team became I frightened and ran away. The I racing horses ran four blocks : down the middle of the street bei fore they met a car driven by Roy ; Bearing, veered and. crashed into j a parked car owned by Mrs. Murry McKinley of Fort Smith. The parked car was badly damaged ana one. of the horses thrown to the ground by the impact. However, the team ran another block before it was stopped by Bud Carter and several other men. Mor« Troopt To Macau New Delhi, lndia-(/P)-Reinforce- ments for Portugal's tiny colony of Macau on the coast of China are reported en route from Portuguese In.Via following frontier clashes between Chinese and Portuguese forces there. Keci J» Ibe Tinea proved transportation methods during the early hislorv of transportation in the Unfted States. Following sections discuss the development, regulations and present problems of rail, motor, water, and air transportation facilities. There is also a section, which discusses other forms of domestic transportation, including pipelines, reight forwarders, express sen-- Ice, postal service, and rail pull- man service. The final section of the book considers the relationships of the various transportation agencies to each other and to a sound national transportation system. The author points out that the promary public interest is not to be found in the promotion of any one individual type of transportation, but rather in the development of a sound national transportation system which would use all forms of transportation to their best advantage. Marriages Donald Brucs Owen, Seattle Wash., and Miss Ellen Adair Knox, Fayetteville, were married August 8 by the Rev. James W. Butler, Jr. James C. -Bayles and Miss Mil- Ired Lorene Jameson, both of Fayetteville, were married August 10 by the Rev. N. V. Drake. Leonard D. White and Mrs. Virginia Mae Keyes, both of Coffeyville, Kan., were married August 4_bytheRev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. KORH r. M. 6:00 Dinner Music 1:15 Stirli|ht Tim* , ItSO News 8:45 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriafl Heatter--M 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 State and Returns 8:30 State and Returns Local Election Local Election with the Hma-- read Bright Color For Trim 9:00 State and Local Election Returns 9:30 State and Local Election Returns 10:00 State and Returns 10:30 State and Returns Local Election Local -Election , , , . . . "Look, Gcorfi*. Ju.t turn thit IIUl« c»tch on th* knob. Ok4y? Gtortif, turn th« ««tch. G«orgi«, don't t* to MupM--" 11:00 State and t ! Returns 11:30 State and Returns Local ; Election Local Election 8670 1-1 y". By Sue Burnett A delightful little school or pirty dress for your daughter of klnderjarten age. Just the thing lor those adorable winter cottons accented with a colorful contrast: Pattern No. 8870 is a scw-rlte perforated pattern In lizcs 3, 4, S, «, 7, 8 years. Sllze 4, 2 yards of 3»-lnth; to yard contrast. For thii pattern, wnd JOc for EACH, In COINS, your name, ad- dreu, tlici drtlred, and the PATTERN NUMBEIl to 3m Burnett, Northwert Arkansas Tlmw, 1150 Aw. Americas, Ntw York M, N. Y. PI£»'? you now - """ FASHION for '5J, Fall and Winter. This new Issu* U fllltd with M*M for smart, practical ttwiag t«as Jot a new MUM; lift pat- tan) printed uuKU UN book, We, WEDNESDAY A. M. 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather «:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 Morning News 7:43 Xoffee Kup Kapen 1:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 1:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Uolsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rfiythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News--M 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup !1:55 Market Reports WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Jordainaires 15:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagnn Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Safe 1:00 BASEBALL New York Giants Vs. Brooklyn Dodgers *:30 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick 'n Tims Tune Pick'n Tlmo 4:SO Tune Pick'n T!m«~ S:00 The Merry Mailman 5:30 Sonjs of The B Bar B S:M) Cecil Brown GALLON tic

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