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August 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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Avffv* 14, 1»§» *f IM INVENTING A LIPSTICK THAT WONT SMEAR ON MEN WHEN TMEV KISS WOMEN ·· rrli. BC A SENSATION ii IkVSTEPVAND FRUSTRATION COMBINE IN A BLANKET OP OESKUR. Doctors Work Steadily As Wounded Move Back From "Bunker Hill," In Sight Of Panmunjom, For Four Days And Nights Br SAM SUMMERLIN i Above this boy lay a Miirinc Western Kronl, Korea - (/!) . | whose hend was covered with '{he wounded Marine screamed: i white bandages. Small holes "They're all dead, but we've sol | were left for his eyes, nose and to Kct them! We can't leave those : mouth. su s for the Goonies!" | Across the aisle, another Marine I he husky leatherneck almost I moaned softly. Blood soaked the luniicd out of Ihc upper berth on i bandages wrapped around both the hospital train. Two doctors i hands, mangled bv mortar frag- and two litter bearers ttruggled to I ments. A bandage had slipped off ! But he landed on his own grenade. ! It blew him to bits. Some pieces hit my leg. "I kept on firing, but everywhere you looked- Goonies were, coming down on you. It was awful." He fought through the night. When the fighting stopped, the , with 10-ycar-nld crawled down t h e h i l l j t) an siu station. He and his bud- ! dy both had been wounded. wound in his neck. Nearby, a Marine lay on his stomach, naked. He was burned red from feet to waist. ' Fought Oa Bunker Hill The wounded men had -- .... ,, foueht i C . crma S y - was ho "°red at a nic- on Bunker Hill, the dusty ridge - lc "oanng Kivcr Park, Mo., keep the writhing body down" on the sheets. The other wounded men were silent. The scream, the scuffling ana the doctor's patient words were the only nounds in the steaming car. "Where's my helmet?" the Male yelled, swinging his arms wildly at the doctors. "We can't let the Cjoonics get them." He was using the Marine nick- mime for Chinese soldier.-. .,, ,,,,,,,.,, uell , "Lets go k i l l those Goonies!" j als in the rear. , - - u he yelled, crying. "We'll choke Four days and four nights t h e ' r ' a n d Mrs - A l f r c Morris and who is stationed *t San Diegn. Calif., it spending a leave with his father, Tom Paris, and his grandparents, Mr. «nd Mrs. £. j Counts. . Tech. Sjt. Billy Drake, who has | been stationed in Germany w i t h the 112nd Field Artillery Croun , has been., discharged at Camp j Chaffer. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mr« .lack Hughes were Mr. and Mrs Charlie Hofforth and children nf Harrison, Mrs. C. H. Hafforth Mr | and Mrs. Jack Hafforth and son, · all of Springdalc. Mr. and Mrs. .lakp Drake. Jr.. i , Th ' American market, was I cnrncrcd" for the first lirne in 1666 when Frederick Philipse I created a shortage of v/ampum ' burying several hogsheads of it to force users of this medium of ev- change to pay higher prices for il Buckuer are visiting in St. Louis Ihis week, where they plan to attend several j ball games. i Harris Dean Osbnrne. who recently returned from service in , four miles east of the truce-talk village of Panmunjom. They came by helicopter and ambulance to a tent hospital behind the battle- Sunday. Those attending were Mrs. Patsy Osbornc, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brooks and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Atkisson and The modern ceremonial custom of presenting keys to the city originated in the Middle Ages'when cities were walled, and distinguished visitors were slvpn keys lo tent nosp ta behind the battle- ' ""·· "·"er «iKiason a n d , , . . . . .. ."OLIU* front, then moved by r W i a l riau * htcr ' M «- Eula Osborne, Mr. " shcd . vls ' l °" were slvpn keys I to larger, beUer-jUpped h o T - '"J.""- £'""! MM TM»: "»bcrt ! *'£*£*" ££ C ° Uld C0me ?"' als in the rear. i Atkisson. Mrs. Lorrno Black, and g° asJMy j.-ho5c. .hem to rteath! FROM THE PIERTW3 MOTHERS ~ . HAVING CEASED TO RASS LIPS. THEY JUST STARE: THEIR The Marine called out a buddy's name. An unshavcd, skinny youth up I ton. with a shattered foot looked from a lower berth. 143 hours "I'm right here. Now calm ' down," he said. flow of wounded has poured down , from Bunker Hill. One doctor has I Mrs - Eulie Mhnon spent the not slept once in those four days, weekend with her mother. Mrs. Others have worked steadily ior Donna Loudrrmilk of Fort Smith. But the husky. Marine kept call- ins the name. Marine Kept Crying -- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess On the train, the 19-year-old i '"' aw 'kms Monday were Mrs. Marine fidgeted on his bunk. H i s ' W i l l i c Forbus and son of Musko. eyes were bleary from pain, nightmarish fighting and lack of sleep. The boy said he and his buddy - ccc. Okla.. Mrs. Carl Orbauch of Gore. Okla., and Mrs. Dclores a n d children, Mrs. Eula ,,,, . , ' . ' · " [ . »c UTJ.V .irtiu ne ana nis ouacty . i n c Marine with the bad foot i were manning a machine gun on | Tlppen. and Mr. and Mrs. .7. D. cased out of his berth and hopped Bunker Hill when a battalion of ' Hawkins and son, all of Fayette- ·· - - - ·-- - ..... over lo the upper bunk. The husky Marine kept crying. He couldn't recognize his buddy. Four bunks away, a pair nf blue eyes looked up. "You can take just so much," this Marine said. He was 19 years old. Kc couldn't keep Chinese struck. More Kept Coming "About 20 Goonies ran towards us. We shot down a lot of them. But those Goonirs were all around. We knocked them down, and more kept ritrht on coming. .... , . , "*-·.[/ M I M I C nrpi rieni on coming. M i l l ; his leg, peppered with K re-1 "One Gooncv sneaked up t f n a d c f r a e m c n t s . wm throbbing. | hind us and jumped in our trench. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William. BG WMAT VDU SIGMAL AT ME FI?QM WOW OM.' UHtNI.T THt ENGINE QUITS THE A *«EMtNT Of THE CROWD, ville. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shouse and children of Fullprlnn. Calif., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Von Erdmannsdorff and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Longstrccl. Seaman First Class Bob Paris. g^^~ For A Grade-School THUKMIAT IVININO 6:00 Dinner Music 11:15 Starlight Ti:i» 6:30 Newt «:5 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter-M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air Miss 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. C i n c i n n a t i Heds Pittsburgh Pirates $ V - ANYTHING i CAN DO TO ^ WO,E,V ES ^!!^/ ! '·^^--·sP. -~ : ^W[--:-^ NOW NO. SIX IS ON WON AN UfSIDE-MWN PRLINDROME tl/ KV BBED(»N-u)n ? Islandrity, N.V. V 8 ? GIRLS (NIK WORLD/ --v-r-- ·- vnuuni amuuANEOUSLY BY 2 FISHeRmEN TROLLING IN OPPOSITE DBECf IONS.' Submited bv RUTH GILMOQE Affton.mo. 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MA'M-AN'THBH EHC'LL SlGM 00.'.' 8865 H.U By Sue Burnett A darling little dress "for thr' nine -o'clock scholar t h a i i s ' p r e t t y ; enough Tor parties, too. Tiny seal'-: lops finish thr front closing* peter! pan collar makes a d a i n t y frame' for hrr'face. ' Pattern No. 8862 is a scw-ritc' perforated pattern -in sizes 4. 6 0 I 10, 12, ]+ years. Size 6, 2-1* yards j of 39-Inch. ! For this pattern, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. Americas, New York 38, N. Y. Ready for you now -- Basic TASHfpN for '52, Fall and Winer. This new issue is filled with dcas for smart, practical sewing , ideas for a new season; sift pattern printed inside Ihc book, 25c. 11:00 Rhythm Ranch 'Hindi 11:15 Rauckage Commentary 11:25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:5.1 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 .tordanaires 12:15 News it Noon 12:30 Chuck Wason Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sag* 1:00 BASEBALL "~ National Baseball C'onsress Game 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 The Merry Mailman 5:30 Songs o( the B-Bar-B 5:50 News \'i GALLON Vmilii Ice Cream 63c HanonJ Bm. tecksr Man* , "Yov'plty cinitU?'' N* oth«r Th* DpKul Ipxrklt of OF, Pwprr idrft to ivory. hedv'p fun, ivirywlwre yen Id. Enjoy it In tht nit.bottU cirton or th* 12.bottl« en«n; huy It by th* t.M , . . ,nt ln«k r«r H «t tott ftunUliM ·fid v«Mli«t n«chim«, loo.

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