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August 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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NMTHWHt MKAMAt TIMM FEED A COLD J AND STARVE A FEVER' r- III Politburo Under New Name Much Harder To Spell Decreed By Communists As Stalin Tries To Show He's Democratic Farmer Grateful, But He'd Rather Stay On Korean Soil NOMIVEGOTA MAN ON MY HANDS WHO 5 BEEN WOUNDED IN,THE NECK? I CANT LET IM CHE. WHOT'LLI DO? B.v JAMES MARLOW | Washington - ijpt . Because thr ; imrnur.istj, always want a fairly j mil, rigidly disciplined organi- /ation, not everyone in Russia is » member of the party. Out of a population of more than 200 mil- I lion people.- probably not more Ihnn 10 million arc permitted t o ! belong. : The number may be smaller. , Before he's admitted, a would-be member is screened. Party members must vouch for him. And after he's in his work and loyally to the party are watched and examined, i UuMhc Russian CommunHs ' who set the style for Communists everywhere, protest they have a really democratic setup Theoretically, all parly members are expected to argue sincerely on any issue the party is trying to decide. But, once the decision is made bv | majority vote, they must obey the ! party's will absolutely. ' i Actually, the decisions arc made ' at the top by Stalin and his handpicked lieutenants who form the ] Politburo, which runs the parly. I Since the parly runs Russia, t h e ; Politburo runs the whole show. Hut if the Politburo just'kept in doing this indefinitely f rom vithin the Kremlin walls, without ·vcn pretending to let the partv ncmbcrs think they have a Fay, il couldn't keep up the democratic fiction very long. So Stalin and his friends de- i cided long ago there should be a ' national congress every three' years. Rut they got pretty careles alwul It. The la;.t was held in |D3fl. GueMini Game Yesterday announcement was made in Moscow that there'd he another concrcss. the first in 1.1 years, in October. V,'hv n-w? The usual guessing game started in the western capitals. Stalin has never been considered a Confidential Charlev, So Iherc will not necessarily be any connection between the real reasons for the congress and anv reasons Stalin may give for calling it before or after. So the guesses will range from "10 most ominous and sinister Communist motives to a simple desire on Stalin's part to keen up democratic aopearances or tijhfn the strinps on party members getting careless. The only amusing note in the Moscow announcement was the . With Eighth Army, Korca-l/T) i Somewhere in Korea there is a ] farmer who never will forget this i day. I He was plowing a field when i ! his ox stepped on a mine. The ox ! was blown to bits. The farmer · r was scratched in the chest. i Allied troops tnok him to a i ncnrh.v evacuation hospital f o r ! | treatment. A little iodine andj n j l , h , jsomc bandage patched him up| Viv I nicely. To show his appreciation. the farmer offc-ed to help around i i-l,',.!-" the hncnilal to n , !,, ,u:i- |«IRhlbC,at. hospital, this time inside the helicopter. Arriving there, the farmer trudged slowly hack to his field, slill shaking his head. On The Radio New York - i/T) - Listening to- - 7 A Life in Vnur Hands- · 7:30 The Chase; « Dragnet; 3 CBS - fi;.-!0 Peg-jry L*e; 7 Mr. Keen; a Mr, Chameleon; 6:30. abolished and replaced by a "Praesidium," The only possible effect this can have is the added difficulty r,f Celling Politburo under the new name. Hliddcn lours, sponsored bv industrialist Charles .1. Glidcn, were popular in the early clavs of ,h c fiver ·,, soccific course, bul with no I accent, on speed. The Inter-Agency Archeoloci. -al Salvage Prozarm is workin: from valleys v.-hich are disappcar- iiiz under water backed up by man-made dams. By J. R. Williams . I 9WSM OUT THERE 5«/H3 THIS ONE, I'LL NEVER KNOW. OUT OUR WAY OH,THEM aAL? AIW'T LIKE. YOU THEY SIT A LAUGH Ot ITA SCMETHINJ IM A WHILE. . WELL, IT WOI'T ee SO f=UNMY IF WE OFF TONGUES AMD MOSES. '.' YOU WEPETwOOVf. UMI? A LONG \ 1 /.AAV TIME.' DION7 M30J IIAVt TO ' flOOK ALL X. DAY. THE UMFUMMV JOKE Boliwlt orJVW/ -':.y-.^---'; «FAR, HEM?'. OUR TIM WENDS V- NORTH WILL MVE OUR of Savannah.6». CELEBRATED THER 4O.9W WECOtNG THEIR SON H6 sum WECOiNG HERWWT ANNIVERSARY AiLONTMSAMf O*V/ frt RMTHFUL SERVANT a Pei-stan TO SAVE Tt 2 ORPHANED CHILDREN OF HIS MASTERS TOW THE PLftGUE- PUT THEM IN BASKETS AMD ROK ON HORSEBACK HJKEKA! WKVU SOT U3 A MASIC CARPfiT TRAPPED RGHT HERtH IN THE LAB.' IT CAN'T SET O U T / ^ UFF-A-DAY DAISV MAE'S AN' MINE,?- WE m-PAV-IMONT Lil RASCAL, u . AIMS T'SAVE MAM MOMEV cm rcoR VArt«;, WHEN THF.T RABV COMES I the hospital tent for a while. But hj and by he col sleepy I lay down 01, a stretcher inside | Steve' Allen" I the lent, and soon wa.- fast asleep. | ABC - fiji, Elnl er Davis; 6:3n j A helicopter landed to pick up ! Silver Easlc; 7 Mr. Broadway 8 i a wounded South Korean Marine I Ter* Mack's Amateurs j »nd fly him to a hospital rhip at | MBS - «:3f) Gabriel Header- I Inchon. A sergeant said n, c .' 7:.10 Hardy Family; 8:05 Hod 4 wounded Korean was right by t h e ! Gun Club; MO Reporters Round- tent door. Medics rushed into the ' up; fl;ls J I.ove a Mystery lcnl. picked up the first stretcher ' heHcopter'TVe^-gVbeat'cV^took' Tl ' ? i "' C '' iO "' "" init ' ial '""' the skcp'rng 1 "arrncl 11 "'" bu '' drn ~ i bl ^ has a temperature of many .... , " ldlmcr - · millions of degrees and is very i lie farmerd awakened high in ! nearly a vacuum. the air. It was worst; than a I loved CHl-th lay several thousand i =feet below. Only a thin piece o f ! canvas held him aloft. j The farmer ycllcr, and lashed I The pilot waved back rrassur- i · injl.v and Hew toward Inchon He I understood no Korean.. ' On the giound at Inchon. Ihcii fanner made his plight under- i stood--between nasns. · I The pilot Hew him back to the ' I KCLRH Tops For Half-Sizcrs fi;00 Starmac Trio ii:l.i Starlight Tix» 6:30 Newt 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Header--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8.00 BASEBALL St. Ixiuis Cardinals Vs. Boston Braves i 10:3(1 Platter Party !l:Cn Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off FRIDAY MORNINR 5:30 Rise 'n Shint 5:50 RFD 1450 By Sue Burnett Nothing like a well tailored classic for charm and wearabilitv and this attractive yoked style 'is designed cspcciallv in half =i'/rs to save sewing lime for the slightlv ! shorter figure. Pattern No. 8867 is a scw-'rite perforated patterns! n sizes 14 I- 1 ' IS 1-2, 18 1-2, 20 1-2, 22 ] - 2 24 1-2. Si/e l(i 1-2. short sleeve? «'.« yards of 39-inch; ?* yard con-' trasl. For this pattern, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, ad- i arcs.-;, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMREH to Sue Burnett.' Northwest Arkansas Times, I I S O ^ Avc. Americas, New York 36, N. Y ' Ready for you now -- Basic j FASHION for '52. Fall and win ] 'cr. This new. issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing 1 idea: for a new season; sift p,-i-! tern printer! inside Ihc book, 25c. fi:0n .Rise N' Shine 8:30 MarkeU and weather fi:35 Rise N' Shine fi:45 Slock Talk Tim* 7:011 Koffee Kun K«peri ' 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kup Ka pern 8:00 Robert Hurldgh Kewi-- M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Editi-oi 8.43 Holsum Gospel Hymns .1:00 Morning Melodic* ~~ 0:15 Paula Stone 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen /or a Day i 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands ' j H:I5 Bauckage Commentary I 11:25 News 1 11:30 Church of Christ . : 11:45 Musical Roundup 1 11:55 Market Report AFTERNOON 12:00 .lorrianaires 12:15 News -it Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sag* 1:00 BA" -- .\~u~: " Boston Braves Vs. Chicago Cub.1 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 Tlie Merry Mailman 5:30 Songs of the B-Bar-B 5:50 News fcrl/fe! 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