Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
Page 14
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H AMANSAS TIMH. foyMMvM*, ArtatMh Thmtfey, feptambw 4, 1«J STEVENSON STUMPS IN THE WEST--Newsmap «bovt shows the tentative route to be taken by Democratic presidential candidate Gov Adlai Stevenson in his first bid for western votes, bie- vcnson will make the first leg of the trip in a chartered four-motor plane, twitching to a train for n whistle-stop trip down California's Central Vallej. McCarthy Blasts Stevenson In Opening Of Reelection Drive The l i m p for carrying his speech over 31 Wisconsin radio st.'ilions ' elapsed before McCarthy struck at Stevenson for what he called the Illinois governor's "all out" support of Algcr Hiss,' convicted of perjury for denying he passed State Department secrets to Whittaker Chambers. "Mr, Stevenson, you went out IT TO W« KNOW WHAT THClR HCAPfi . I T H B V e U N * AfOtM'" WCAfB AN' J t»N6 IT/WE WOKS tWu.HAVE THE I eo MUCH AU..3 : ej»jr.r ^AuMi_ F/Srtr Un£JsfIJ0 ItJ' ( QUICK. MOM --"GET THE -j--, ( KK PCI-.---ITS THE ONLY WAV OUT POP. ( at. TOSS vou A --,,. ? KIDS? LITTLE M66? WHY DiDNfT vou SAV SO BEFORE? I KNOW THIS LAKE LIKE A BOOK' WHfiT/SRE WE WATTING FOR? WELL.VOU SEE. IN AOOmoN TO OCX TRACY. HS BABV AND ANOTHER UrTUEGM. A«E MISSING. Sen. Joseph McCarthy launched his drive 'or reelection hist night with an attack on Cov. A d l a i Stevrnson, the Democratic presidential nominee. At the same time McCarthy, one n[ the prime targets of Democrats in the national election campaign, tolri listeners, "I need your votes next Tuesday. I need them badly." OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Y3UK OKTE TONIGHT LIKES DO THE MAAiBA. BFTTO? PRACTICE WITH THI6 BROCVA. . . THE WORRY WART^ m, *,.,,.. i. ,» ... OK, HO! DID WE SHOW Uf -THOSE AW EVEN 6REA.TER THIUWPM. Y ) A\«E MONKEYS )/ YES, OUT OF US. y/ SV.'AUOV/ --" I A BITTE 1 ? \_PILl.. j^-.' ARE BORN ORPTONS UNO DIE CHILDLESS AID MO SEfvae THE mit/f HUKlfV DO AkJD TIE IT. LiKCA DONALD'S COMlMS UP THE DCivEWA-V wow: WHO ftWEITOE HR HU^ANOS.' EMPTY FLOWERPOTS ON THt ROOF OF ACHINE5E HOWE IN JAVA RfV£AL »r NIOHSCK Of SINCif DAUGHTERS H Till HOUSE! SERVED AS GOVERNOR OF CONNEaiCUT FROM 1891 To 1893 WITHOUT BEING A CANDIDATE OR MAVIN6 A SWfitE WE CAST FOR HIM/ ftr imetts /i«n DEADLOCKED OH 3CflHDIPArES -SOSULKCLCY REMAINED IN OFFICE M.THOUOH HIS TEW HAP EXPIREP A TUB OF BUTTER CONTWNINO MS MOISTURE WEIGHS LESS THAN A TUB OF BurTER (MNNING127. (WSrUBE A NCX.EL SAV£ POM'T MAte IT: UX) DON'T ^vOI- OOUKOL I KNCW HOV/ TO \ KNOW HOW COrJIIWLVOUR ID CON- OWN MAGC / TROL IT.... C^RPCI ? ...BUT KNOMNG HOW lYdH. OF MO CONSL'OOHNCtl I MANA.GE IT WHCN THE CARPUr K / W11H K-VONO THH RANGE A WORDS,EH? OM'VOia UMi.! GENle, GLT1IN' /KN ...WOULD VCX)«/ ^^M?NH EL6E?? C/^KPETOBL-Yl CM.Ffc'RfoM U1U ANN-ONK fcLGEV THOUGHT.' WHO kNC-W THObU f.-'-fffiW.^^, _^- _ . THAIt CAS rWCE LOOKS 6 REMKCxCD--- HOWtlBLC IK( N WE'U GIT RiD 7W5 Mlfttnft.y^-. o' TM' ' MIRROR.'.' so WHUT?-SOMr: MAH 1'ACr.J O'l H' PLOPI T. AH WILL ^/VDMin:!-:SMO«rGOT ·TILL Vrun TVPJ; o'NOSE-- LOO HORRlBl r AfJ rl.AUGHTr.(?l'KXjol. IWCwNj TH'wr.nn»,vnrCiMr- r,r noof.i!mv.-ftN'HACn I ACT! tfORRlOAM -·· THI'.Y ALL GOT KOSI-'i i IKL vOijPhj f».ui CiROGAN. TH C H A M * -- IAOC TO 5TSWGFIELD SErT. 12 OK II DEPENDING ON UNSCHEDULED STOPS the American neonlf, if they v you, they can have you. i '.hn think thoy do." McCarthy's campaign was delayed by major surgery' in July and he has been recuperating in Northern Wisconsin before taking active part in the hot state campaign. Mis principal. opponent in the September 9 primary is Leonard Schmitt, attorney, of Merrill, Wis., who has been holding radio talkathons in the state. The ancient Esyptians often mummified animals, birds and fish. On The Radio New York-lyPJ-Listening tonight: NBC--7 Roy Rogers western; 7:30 Father Knows Best; 8 Drag- j net mystery. CBS--7 Mr. Keen "Famous Au, thor Murder;" 7:30 FBI In Peace j And War; 8 Romance drama. 1 ABC--7 Mr. Broadway; 7:30 Defense Attorney; 8 Amateur Show. MBS--7 Jazz Nocturne; 7:30 H a r d v Family; 8:05 Rod and Gun Club." of y c t u r way to berate me," Mc- Carl.y told Jiis overflow audience I af. suburban Shore-wood. "You i swore to your almighty God that Algcr Hiss has a reputation for truthfulness--you say McCarthy , is a l i n r . [ "You swore under oath t h a t · Hiss has an outstanding rrputa- j tion for inlegrily--vnu say Me- j Carthy has no intcprily. "You swore under oath t h a t Alger Hiss is a great American-you say McCarthy is un-American. "Well, after your record is given Keep mf witn H* TiMES 4all?. tt« ttmn re A Favorite Every Season 8840 12-42 By Sue Burnett , A \vrlcnme addition tn ynur wai'drnb? each now season is !hr carefully tailored shirt'.vni?tcr thai is functional as well as becomin.i;! This version buttons down the front, sleeves button, luo. Match-1 p cap included. Pattern No. 8840 is a spw-ritei pel foratod pattern in sir.c? 12. H.! l(i, 18. 20: 40. 42. Size 14. 4 n 4 yards! of 30-inch; cap. H yard. j For this pattiM n, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, ad- . dres.i. sizes rirsired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett,' Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150! Avc. Americas, New York 36, N. Y. \ Ready for vou now -- Basic: FASHION for '52, Fall and W i n - ' tor. This new issue is filled w i t h j ideas for smart, practical sewing' ideas for a new season; gift pattern printcfi inside the book, 25c i fBUKBDAT CVIN1NQ 6;00 Slarmac Trio li:13 Starlight TIT* 0:30 Newt 6:45 Ourks Sports Retiew 7:00 Wayne Kihj Show 7:15 Gabriel Hcatter--M 7:30 flhylhmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air S:0fl BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Chicago Cubs 10:311 Platter Party 11:00 Plaller Party 11:30 Sign Oft FRIDAY MORNING " 5:,10 Rise 'n Shine .i:50 RTD 1450 6:nn Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets and weather (i:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffce Kim Kapen 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh Newt--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Mornine Editi-« 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns ' 9:00 Mornina Melodies !):15 Paula Stone 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen lor a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands '.l:l.i Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 .Inrdanaitps 12:15 News -t. Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagun Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 BASF.BALl. New York Yankees Vs. Philadelphia Athletics 2:30 Afternoon Varieties 3:01) Swing Session 3:30 Tune Fick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 The Merry Mailman 5:3(1 Sonfis of the B-Bar-B 5:50 News When the gang gets together... No other drink picks you up lik« Dr. F«pp«r Thl uptriiil npurkli- fif T)r, Pcppfir nddx to (ivery« kftrfy'" fun, «v*rywher« you in. Enjoy it in thr nii-hnul* cirton or lh« 12-botll» orlon; huy it by the eni« ... «nd look for il «l «od« fountain! ·ml vending muchirwu. too. They spent » wonderful afternoon together -- they're BOTH mad tt Mra. Snoop."

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