Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 29, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 29, 1952
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here Tuetdar were announced today. Circuit Judje M»upln Cum- mlnfi.wlll ask the Grand Jury to look into reports at irregularities in the July 29 Democratic primary in Madison County.. Listed on the Grand Jury are Bert Baker, Harley Gilliam, Melvin Montgomery, W. E. Holt, Dave Thorrisberry, Melvln Graham, W, A. Step, Edison Foster, Leo Hudson, J. C. Gladden,'Noah Leatham, Garner Bolinger, .Troy Jones, Orba Youngblood, Wayne Counts, and Lloyd Simmons.. 1 .. Alternates for the Grand Jury are Virgil Hattield, Henry Wilson, Hugh Hargis, C. F. Hamm, E. V. Watson, and Omer Fowler. Petit jurors are Fred Montgomery, Tom Cobb, Jay Bohannan, N. E. Scranton, Herschel Nelson, George Julian, Fred Crumbley, Bill Baker, Nolen Harriman, Bill Arnold, Jack Wist, Cecil Holt, John Dodson, Claude McConnelll Lloyd Dcaton, Orval Calloway, Fred Doss, James Bandeen, A. H Berry, Walter Horine, E w e l l Parks, Noel Easterling, Yol Patrick and T. C. Anderson. Alternate petit jurors: Ervin Denny, Parker Roberts, S. C. Ogden, Alvin Mitchell, Burl Weathers, Elmer Cook. Fred Brooks Carl Phillips, Tilman Bennett, Tack Warren, Albert Carjock, and Raymond Davenport. » --MOMHWilT AMtANUS tlMtt. Mttay, Aw** M, 1VS2 Is Colled Into Voting Practices During July Primary Huntsvllle-(Speclal)-Names of members of the Grand Jury and petit jury for the regular term of Circuit Court which will-convene HE WOULD GOME THE MINUTE 1 GET IN THE BATHTUB! NCUNEVBJSMIPKEDA AND THEBES WHV,THAT TRIP / WELL? SOVERBOCKS /WHAT ARE VOUQOINOTO STREAMS- -^iDOABOUT UPCUFFS- SfeTJ IT? E,WITH VOU MINUTE.. AW, RIFLE nuey, HM AN OLD MAN, AND THAT TREK 1O SOUR njCE IS FOUR A MOUNTAIN. .. °** "niley'f Spearmint Cum. H«lp» relieve monotony, borednr Make* time put pleasantly. You fed better-* better. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams DOKi T X3U DARE THROW 1 HOT OUT THE WINDOW/ HOW -CD EVER GOT PROMOTED* TD MACHINIST BOSS, WHEM -rDU CAN'T TURN A KEY ON A CAN--1 DON'T KNOW HOWDU KEEP AW AUTO ON THE ROAP: ·»«. THE MASTER MECHANIC (flt lAMPt «FTi» HIS TEST MOF; Oft.D.POCTDR PRACTICES MEDICINE MrmOWTOWNNM VEAH.CVCRYTHINVS JUST FINE, SKIPPER. OKAY, «iu?; i SHE rum ms ATOP. .JJURWNHAU. North Tawfon. England WAS BUILT IN 6Y SHIP -BADO£- VL *Ht PILOT WAVBS * FRItNOlY:«ttTIN8. CAvj'T SOU REMEMBER ANSTHIN9T WET FBET RE/ GEE. I sou* Russees?/MUST WAVE LEPT 'BM AT SCHOOL! ARE DAWSEBOUS.* ,-J I'LL so RIGHT BACK AND SET ' UMCA DONALD.' WILLIAM H. NIEHAUS , HIT iSHOAERUNS .IN ONE GAME of Cambodia MUST CAT THEIR DINNER AT 6A.M. EACH DAY / tAFF-A-DAY HEY,WWk85A \»CW 4O..,(T- /MIME HtMlr MWTEb.JOi? WAS NOTHINfi.". ONC OF THOSE VOU LOOK ··· /MUST A BEEN \ SAUCERS EVER* 'JKE VWD MV iMOflNWON ( BOOV3 9EEIN'BUt OR MAYBE JU9T V TMME tVWS ATOUCHOF INBSESTVDN. AWRIGHT. y--^ OO HELP JOE.NCW/YEH, \ MS.8CW5 WE KNOW/ GIVE 1 IT M*9A' ·I M3USAW OUT, /FLYING iwu tww» i v^Ji, I r-LTintt SUMPIN... \(HKL!/CARPST! H-HMTVO'GONNA BASH CT ME PO'HUGGIN' DAISY MA?J TMET POV ff INSULTHtCufff Aw, Nt him live a little!" Proposal fy AfUritfoi tartf h Bus Dispute Lower Than Offer Hade By Finn Little Bock-W)-A three-man Ar-» bitration Board yesterday granted a four-cent-an-hour wage increase to union bus drivers of the Capitol Transportation Company --a penny lower than the firm's offer prior to arbitration. The union, Division 704 of the Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employes of America (AFL) had asked a 20-cents-an- hour boost. In the decision banded down by the board, 15 of 18 union proposals were rejected; one was set tied during arbitration; one was granted and one*-the wage provision--was modified. Of the company's 18 proposals, \'i were granted; three were refused, and three were modified. The board also wrote a no-strike clause into the contract at the request of the company. Under the decision, the nev; wage scale for top operator drivers will be 11.41 per hour. Top maintenance men will get $1.56 per hour. Springdale The Executive Committee of the Women's Missionary. Society of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs. Lewis Epley on West Meadow Avenue. Mrs. Epley, president of the society, presided over -the meeting. Mrs. John Moreland brought the devotional. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. Guests were Mrs. Bill Baily. Mrs. John Moreland, Mrs. George Harner, Mrs..Elmo Samuel, Mrs. Lof^n Brogdon, Mrs. Robert Harris, Mrs. Landreth Loyd, Mrs. W. T. Pitts, Jr., Mrs. Stanley Jordan, Mrs. D. p. Smith and Mrs. Frank Sharp. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. W. T. Pitts on Maple Drive. Bill Kilpatrick is in the Veterans Hospital for medical treatment. Mrs. J. L. McDowell of San Antonio, Texas, spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Bateman and niece, Mrs. William K Boyd on Grove Street. Mrs. Boyd, the former Betty Lou Bateman, will teach in Springdale -High School this year, her nusband \vas recently sent overseas with the armed forces. New officers ot the Springdale American Legion Auxiliary were initiated Monday in special ceremonies at the Legion Hut. Mrs. Elmer Gordon was. installed as president. Other officers are: Mrs. Vol Lester, vice president; Mrs. W. D. Elledge, secretary; Mrs. Bobby Eidson, treasurer; Mrs. T o m Rolhrock, chaplain; and Mrs. Ruth Wobbe, sergeant-at-arms. Re- .'reshments were served during ;he meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Steve La-.vrence and son have returned from Rochester, N. Y., where they attended a photographic conference. They also visited places of interest on their trip north. The Steadfast Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church held a picnic at Lake Atalanta Monday night. The members took i their families. Those present were r Mrs. Landreth Loyd and daughter, Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Ted | Insco, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wann, I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Croft and I children, Marolyn, Carolyn, Bill | and Bob, Miss Nancy Cowan, Mr. and^Mrs. Robert Harris and son, News In Daytime Fashions Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sam- ue.1, Mrs. Vernon Mathis, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cooper and daughter, Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howcll and daughter, Rebecca, Dr. and Mrs. George Earner and children, Jimmie and Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ryan and children, Max and Bobby. The Habberton-Mountain Home 4-H Club held a watermelon feast Monday night at Habberton. 'New officers, to replace those who had moved away recently, are: Jerry Johnson, vice president; Betty Skelton, secretary; Shirley Mayes, reporter; and Kayc Johnson, song leader. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller and son, Richard, of Springdale are on vacation in Colorado. They were accompanied by Richard's friend, David Oakes. The Brotherhood of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday night for the regular monthly dinner. Marvin" Carter was in charge of the meeting. After the dinner a film entitled, . "Dedicated Men," was shown. Roy Hestand was a guest in the home of his cousin, VI. A. Hardister on Theodore Drive, Tuesd.\ afternoon. His home is in Pine Bluff. He is spending his vacation, visiting relatives in Northwest Arkansas. DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED FROM PAOE TOUR lalding down two jobs. A sudden rude awakening to the actual purchasing value of a dollar, which she apparently has never had to face, will give her an appreciation of your own generosity. You are an admirably ambitious young man. and I hope your little pal is truly worthy of you. On The Radio New York - (/f) - Listening tonight: NBC - 7:30 Bob and Ray; 8 Mario Lanza Show; 8:30 Music by Mantonvani. CBS - 7 Musicland USA; 8 Big Time Variety; 8:30 Steve Allen Ihow. AB C- 7 Top Guy Drama; 7:30 This is FBI; 8 Newsstand Theater. MBS - 7 Symphonic Strings; 7:30 Gracie Fields Show; 8:05 Magazine Theater. The famous Jonker diamond was sent by registered air mail from England to the United States --for 67 cents. Some animals that exist near or above the line of permanent snow in the mighty Himalayas are the ghostly snow leopard, Asiatic mountain goats and the bharel, a wild sheep. Kect ·* with the ttme*--read Ike Itmtt tt«r. KGRH FRIDAY ETKNING C:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 1:30 News 8:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:1.1 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymie Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Magazine Theatre 8:30 Armed Forces Review 9:00 News 9:05 Symphonic Strings 9:30 Just Music · 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off SATVKDAX. MOBNINQ 5:30 Rise 'N Shint 6:00 Rise N' Shine *:30 Markets and Weather 6-35 Rise :!' Shint 7-00 Minutes by Miuic 7:15 Jordancires 7:30 Mornin., News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 8870 1C a. by Sue Burnett It's destined to be a close companion for all your daytime activities. There's a brand-new look to this classic that Is wearable and charming in the shaped collar and cuffs, the unusual pockets. Pattern No. 8870 is a scw-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 10, 12, 14, 16,18, 26. Size 12, short sleeves, 544 yards of 39-Inch. For this pattem, send Me for EACH, In COINS, your name, address, sites desired, ind th« PATTERN NUMRGlt to Sut BumtU. Northwest Arkaniaa Times, 1180 Ave. Amerk-as, New York M, N. Y. Ready for you now -- Basic fASHIN for '52, Fall and Win" t«r. This n«w Issu* Is tilled with MNS for smart, practical sewing Ideas (or i ntw naton; glfl pat- Mrn printed land* Uw bock, 2Jc 9:00 Kiddles Hit Parade 9:30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue 10:00 New Record Releases 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hall 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 News at Noon SATURDAT APRKNOON 1J:00 Man on the Farm 12:30 Georgia Crackers 12:55 BASEBALL Chicago Cubs Vs. Cincinnati Reds 1:10 Swing Session 4:00 Dancing by the Set 4:10 Dancing by the Stt 4:45 Musical Fill S:00 Applt Blosrom Festival 1:30 Preston Sellers l:« Ptewte Ret*

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