Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 25, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 25, 1952
Page 8
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..Md..V.u.i AftKANA* riMIS. t«/«rl*viHa. .Vioncley, Aujuil 23, Russian Proposal For Big Four Conference May Be Rejected Washington - (IP) - Russia and the western powers appeared as badly split as ever toctay on how to go about making a German peace treaty. A Russian note proposing a Big Four meeting on the problem by October seemed certain to be rejected by the United States, Britain and France because of the conditions which Russia specified. The Soviet document, handed to the western power amabssadors in Moscow Saturday, · specified that the session should first discuss the peace treaty and the formation of an all-German government and only after that should it take up a western proposal for creation of a commission to investigate political conditions - throughout Germany prior to holding "free elections." Officials here, and western diplomats in Moscow, indicated that the Russian terms are unacceptable. The reason is that the west- erners'think the Soviets are putting the cart before the horse and doing it deliberately for propaganda purposes. The Russian strategy in the long exchange of notes on German unity and peace which has taken place over many months is be]iev- aimed at disrupting western plans to associate ' Germany with the North Atlantic treaty defenses in Europe. Measures for German rearmament and the formation of German troop units as part of a European army ore well- advanced. The position of [he western powers on the peacemaking ques- '" " " ot ? to Moscow on J u l y 10.1 viet Union sincerely wants IM GOING T0 STAY UP ALL NIGHT AND PEAD PAJAMAS )Situ { WASH AND THE OTHF.P PAIP HAS TO BE MENDED THE GROUND IK TOO BOOcYTO fOUUOH TUtCttS-eUT WE'RE GONG etOdMOTUSr HEoW WXD6BEVGND. I\/E GOT HOPE,CH!EF,"SAVS SAM. «I ST1U. BELIEVE thm was set forth most recently WE FOUND A 30-30 SMELL ;i OJStlMC AND A COUPLE OF GCrnOGETTHE DOC BACK HECEANDGET HIM MERE PAST? DONT WANT TVWTGUY DVING IN MV HOUSE. THAT ALLTVWEE ARE ALIVE." The Soviet note Saturday was a · POOTPRIMT5 ONTOPOF THE MILL AND MADE Ease that tension Chew Wrigfe/, Spearmint Gum. Pleasant chewing reduces strain. Helps you feel relaxed. Enjoy it anytime, anywhere. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William CAKE AND PIC COMTBST CAKE AND PIE CONTEST WHV MOTHERS. PET ORAV you mmizs THE tear WE'RE IN. OUT Of imu PUNES, NOT If HT TO FLY, SOIJIPME, I WASN'T K VARDi WO ft THEM ML NIGHT. IUT COMPOUND- IT, MAN, THW WEffi TAMKREP WrTH! JW YOU SEE ANYBODY, OK HW« ANYTHINS' ,, IOOK, SKIPPER, ' MAVVE WE CAH SWAP PAKTS AND PATCH A COUPLE OF THEM TOSITHK. ItTS GIVE IT A TRY, HUN' £ SARDINES A CAN CONTAINS ·THE GREATER. TMf PROFIT.' zte o/i COOT /we THAN THE FISH TO JUASD OUR AMES U*T NlSHT, AMD THIY Win UtOTAStftlW DO VOU EXPLAIN KMlTl* CLEANSE AM EMPEROR'S SOW./ Hue'.Annam IT WAS ERECTED IN 1883 ftSPARTOPTHE MAUSOLEUM OF EWPEROR TU DUC AND IS STILL RESERVED FOB 7f/f ROYAL SPtRir.t SANSKRIT WORD MEANING- 100,000 ACTUALLV l.SOO.OQO INSECTS PRODUCE ONLV ENOUGH UK fOR THE MANUFACTURE OF ONE POUND OF SHELLAC ELIZABETH SLEIGH 0656-rae) Sutton on the Hill.England THE 3^ WIFE OF SAMUEL SLEIGH 01 ED ftT THE AGE OF 82 SOMEWHERE IN THE WABTELWJCS i, v. Of 4HnU!«'nr±i^r aasggs5g^®S§g® CX30LAANDKD02Y. ( '?$£«· h ****£-' DEVIL? ' ^ "*" RJK FETE SAKE, I A, PROBLEM, DOC, WHAT Vw.LEV,..ONE JUST ABOUT HERE? A.tOURSIZE) LAFF-A-DAY IS MARRIED UP T'DAlSV MAE, WC IS ALL ONE BIG AFFEO-SHUKJ-ur FAMBLV/.' "Married? lit? Don't b« silly, man! I've got «ye» in my ' " httd, haven't IT Malayarr Villagers Who Refuse Te Mm On Red Killer Gang Senl To Camps Permatang Tinjrgi, Malaya - (jP) -Tight-lipped villagers of Per- Matang Tinggi, who refused to inform on a Communist killer gang in the area, were moved out to detention camps today by British military and police forces. I High Commissioner Gen. Sir Ger- I aid empler flew to this North Ma layan village from Kuala Lum pur last Thursday to deliver an Jltimatum to the 79 non-coopera- :ive Chinese villagers. He gave hem 4 days to volunteer information on Reds responsible for two murders, including that of an assistant resettlement officer, armed robberies and the burning of trucks in the vicinity. Nobody spoke up. In a drizzling rain today, most of the weeping villagers were forced into trucks and driven off under heavy police guard.'Their destination was not announced. reply to that. Paris, London and Washington are expected to start consultations on their next note in a week or so. Essentially, the western powers have taken the line that if the Soto unite East and West Germany under a single German government it must inevitably join with the west in holding free elections throughout the country. But preliminary to that the Kremlin should be willing, the west has argued, to join in setting, up some kind of impartial commission to determine whether and how free elections can be held. Buckner Seaman First Class Carlton Mhoon left Wednesday night for San Diego, Calif., from where he will sail for sea duty in Korean waters. He was accompanied to Fort Smith by his wife, Mrs. Patsy Mhoon, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Himme Mhoon, and by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mhoon. Seaman First Class Bob Paris, who spent his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paris, and his grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Counts, has returned to San Diego, Calif. Forrest Drake and Mrs. Deloris Robison were married July 21 at the Methodist Church of Ana- here. Mr. Drake is the son of Mr. here. Mr. Drake ist he son of Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Drake of Buck- r. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shouse and children, Cherry and Dale, who have been guests of Mrs. Shouse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Von Erdsmanndorff, for the past two weeks, have returned home. Miss Marylyn Ledford of Elkins was program leader at midweek prayer services Wednesday at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Hila Napier of Drake's Crock has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Evie Drake, the past week. Uncle Held In Death Of \ 16-Year-Old : Declares She Died As Result Of An Accident Riverside, Calif. - (/P) . The uncle of a pretty 16-year-old Redlands girl is in jail today, booked tor investigation of murder, but he insists her death resulted from an accident while they were fixing a flat tire. The battered and ravished body of the girl, Kathryn Knodcl, was tound on a highway near Palm Springs, Calif., last Wednesday after she had disappeared from her nearby Redlands home Tuesday evening. The uncle, John Chauncey Lawrence, 37, surrendered to San r rancisco authorities Saturday :fter he learned he was wanted or questioning in the case,- Yes- erday he was brought by chartered plane to Southern California nd taken to isolated Cherry Valey in Riverside County. There, with shaking hands and tears in lis eyes, he pointed to a spot along tie road and mumbled to Sheriff Carl Rayburn: "That's where it happened. That is where she died." He was then taken to the Redlands City jail and later to the Riverside County jail where he was questioned. Sheriff Rayburn and other investigators said Lawrence continued to maintain the dtath was an accident although admitting he had sexual relations with his niece before she died. Sheriff Eugene L. Mueller of adjoining San Bernardino County said Lawrence told him he hit the girl on the head with a rock after she was dead to make it appear that she had been struck by a car. Sheriff Mueller said Lawrence told him he hart taken his niece for a ride after picking her up at her Redlands home and that she was helping him fix the flat in Cherry Valley. The sheriff quoted Lawrence as saying the , jack slipped and the car fell on the girl, crushing her head. It Is believed that the harp originated from music produced by warriors who twanged the strings of their bows. On The Radio New York - (£) - Listening tonight: NBC - 6 Guy Lombardo Serenade; 7 Gordon MacRae show; 7:30 Barlow concert. CBS - 6 Beulah; 6:15 Smith- Sriore-Simms show; 6:30 Club 15. ABC - 6:30 The Lone Ranger; 11. J. Taylor; 7:30 Rex Maupin. MBS - 7 Stars In The Night; 7:30 Crime Does Not Pay; 8:30 War Front - Home Front. So Thrifty, Easy To Sew By Sue Burnett You can turn out this good looking skirt in practically no time-It's so easy to sew. And Ihrifty; too, because it requires jibt one yard of 54-inch fabric. Why not make several for cool weather. Pattern No. 8848 is a ecw-rite perforated pattern In waist sizes 24, 25, 2fl, 28, 30, 32. Size 25, 1 yard of 54-irich. For thii pattern. i«nd lOc tor EACH, in COINS, your name, address, luj desired, and th* PATTERN NUMBEK to Sua Bumttt, Northwest Arkaniai Tlmtt, 11M Ave. Americas, New York SI, N. ¥. Ready for you now -- Bailc FASHION for '52, Fall and Win' ter. This new l»st, if fIIltd with Ideal for smart, practical tewing ideas for a ntw teaion; gift patters printed iniidt th* book, 2fe KGRH MONDAt NIGHT 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 8:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heater 7:30 Rthymfc Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL Brooklyn Dodgers Vs. St. Louis Cardinals 9:00 News 9:05 Concerto Festival 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter tarty 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MOKNINO 5:30 Rise N' Shin* 5:50 RJ.D. 1450 6:00 Rise n' Shine 6:30 Markets and 6:35 Rise n' Shine 7:0u Koffee 'Kup Kapera 7:30 MoTiing News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gvspel 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 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Jordanalres 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Saf* 1:00 BASEBALL Philadelphia Phllllet Vs. Chicago Cuba S:00 Swing S«tlon S:30 Tun* Plck'r, Tlra» 4:00 Tun* PlcV'n Tlnw 4:SO Tunt Plr.k'n Tin* 5:00 Merry Mailman , 8:30 Sonii of i « B-Bai-B 1:10 Newt

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