Traverse City Record-Eagle from Traverse City, Michigan on July 12, 1948 · Page 11
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Traverse City Record-Eagle from Traverse City, Michigan · Page 11

Traverse City, Michigan
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Monday, July 12, 1948
Page 11
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RECORD-EAGLE, TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN PAGE TWELVB MONDAY, JULY 12, 1948 RADIO^FEATURES-ENTERTAINMENT They'll Do It Every Time ckvs OUT OF A HUMORED; HOT-FOOT* JOE.OUR MAlLMAhJ, PACKS THE LIMIT OF 5O POUNDS-ASID THEN SOME! POOR SOUL-1 \ DON'T THINK ) HE'S LONG FOR b* THIS WORLD!/ f r K1NC FEATV..,. TMI1CATE. U... WOULD RIGHTS By Jimmy Hado UT'THE ONE DAY OR THE YEAP THEY _ PUT AN INSPECTOR ON HIS TAIL THERE'S ABOUT 16OUMCES IN HIS POUCH! l\lL( :"#* MORE Hill! iV ADDED TO THE Jl At the THEATRES MICHIGAN When Twentieth Century-Fox's Technicolor filmlzation o£ "Green Grass of Wyoming" shows toniglH and Tuesday at · the Michigan, moviegoers will be treated to -what is credited as being the most realistic racing scenes ever photographed. T h e - harness i; a c i n g scenes for the picture starring Peggy Cummins, Charles Coburii ant 1 Robert Arthur were filmed at Lancaster, Ohio, on the "mnst beautiful trotting track ia America." · BUZ SAWYER By BOY CRANB XSUFP.OSE VIE CONSIDER wu? /-·blTUATION, SAWYER: "COU CAMS V TO OM/A TO PUT OVER AN Oil DEAL, I'VE . WRECKED IT. T R A - B A Y "The Adventures of Robin Hood" at the Tra-Bay theatre u one of the most famous storiei. handed down through the centuries. The. Tra-Bay .Theatre takes special pride in announcing the return showing of ·'Warner Bros.' elaborate Technicolor .production of t h e legend, starring Errol Flynu and Olivia DeHavillanrl. BUTJNOU HAVEN'T THE BRMNS TO KNOW WHEN VOU,EE,.UCKED. YSU'RE FORMING A BAD HABIT Of SETTING WTO.MV HAW. I FIND IT NECESSARY TO MAKE YOU Wf PRISONER, TO BAN16H YOU FROM THE FACE .OF THE EARTH, 50 TO {PEAUr- ._ OISTROY yOUi BEHOID YOURFUTUSE HOME, SAWYER ... A' DESEBTEP ISLAND. Copr. 1943, Kin£*Futura Syndiute, Inc. w«!4 right) ««rv«i BIG SISTER By LES FORGAVE In northern Brazil, native use a solution of water and ground coffee beaiu§ as an eye lotion and general antiseptic. D A I L Y C R O S S W O R D ACROSS , 1. Thrash 5. Too 8. Mother of Apollo 10. Specks 11. Fragrance 13. Cry of a crow 14. a shred 15. Freeholders 18. Frozen water 19. A preserve 20. Self 21. Shilling (abbr.) 22. Expression of disgust 23. Soon 24. Network 25. Public vehicle 26. Melt 28. Wild ox (Tibet) 29. River (It.) 31. River (Svvitz.) 32. Spring month 33. A striking success (slang) 34. Not fair 36. Destiny 37. Speak 38. Tendency 40. Metallic rocks 42. Toward the lee 43. A botch 44. Flock DOWN 1. Bleach 2. Weird 3. On top 4. Male cat 5. Public notice 6. Crazy (slang) 7. Pollenbearing: parts of flowers 8. City (N. Y.) 12. Nurse (Orient.) 14. Little girl 16. Type measure 17. Not (prefix) L9. Hero in Book of Old Testament 22. Not many 23. Flightless bird " · 24. Condition of armed conflict 25. Arm of ocean 26. Greek letter 27. One-horse carriage 28. Plot of ground 29. Placed in a pot 30. To be in debt 32. Music note 33. A thin cookie -j-it. Saturday'* Answer 35. Affirmative votes 36. Arrange systematically 39. A cheer 41. Steamship (abbr.) _ RIGHT OR WRONG? ~*mm*mm By Eleanor Gorhcm IT 16 TO TYPE- LETTER'S OP CONDOLENCE. - . XDUK CLOSEST FRI6NP/ SPLIT Ol? PtVrSICN WITHIN -rS CORRECTLY SOOt?MANNED PERMIT PICKING UFA FFUIT COCKTAIL GLA^£ TO PEMAININ JUICE:. . . . _ . . T-/-IF ALL PEUIT HAS SEEN- EATEN,..ANI7 CUP 19 NOT 'IN ABEC7OF ICE/ 1-n Hollywood Film Shop HOLLYWOOD (UP)--The British movie industry has a long way to go 'before it can turn out. pictures ahout America as easily as Hollywood turns out pictures about England. T.he latest British a t t e m p t "No Orchids for M i s s - B l a n d i s h " gave so s.tartling a p i c t u r e of A m e r i c a n life' that it was banned by most English censor boards and violently condemned by critics. But the British producer Richard Vernon says most American pictures about his country are authentic. One reason is t h a t the Americans hire people, like Vernon who's producing "Kiss the Blood Off My Hands" under the b a n n e r U C Harold Hecht-Norma productions at Universal-International. "The story is laid entirely in London's Bast End wharf area and every character except Burt Lancaster is British" Vernon said. "Solving these p r o b l e m s was no special trouble. The art director had to .do a little more research b u t otherwise everything w e n t as smoothly as it the picture were about Hollywood itself." Casting Easy Casting problems were easy. Joan Fontaine comes from an English f a m i l y and manages English speech easily.. .Robert N e w t o n one of England's biggest screen names was on a cliance visit here when he was grabbed for a part. "You wouldn't find a couple of players like that available on a moment's notice in England" Vernon commented. i W i t h addition of Hugh Gray I British technical adviser and cock- I ney language a u t h o r i t y the pic- i ture was off. "The British film i n d u s t r y - h a s few players who can portray Americans or writers who can create American dialogue" Veruon said. "Hollywood has a British colony with dozens of good British-born actors and writers to call on. Many superb films about England have been made like 'Barrets of Wim- pole Street' 'Ivy' 'Mrs. Miniver' and 'Waterloo Bridge'." Picking up the challenge Vernon hoped when he returned to Eng- RADIO PROGRAM Time listed is Eastern Daylight Saving Time--one hour faster. T O N I G H T Mac ABC CSS WITHHiS STOCK OF COLORED WTEP, DO/VMS' sersup SHOP. MERE YOU ARE .'MEDICINE FOR SALE: BUY YOUR MEDICINE HERE.' WHAT'S THIS?OURT YES,SIR. I'M ^ NEIGHBORHOOD / 5ELLIUG MEDICINE I'M AFRAID A MAM VOJID/ MISTER, I HAVE TO BE PRETTY SICK / OUGHT TO TO TAKE ANY OF TnllS TELL YOU, HE'D MED1CINE,WOL)LON'T W BE A LOT 3- HE? v^-\x _ -A SICKE5IFHE DID.' =^ RIP KIRBY 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:49 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:15 9:30 9,:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 John MacVane Sketches in Melody Sunoco News Chesterfield Club News of the World Mary Osborn Trio H. V. Kaltonborn Cavalcade of America Voice of Firestone Telephone Hour Or. 1. Q. Contented Program Fred Waring Local Programs Fulton Lewis, Jr. Alvin Heifer Henry J. Taylor Inside of Sports The Falcon Charlie Chan Billy Rose Gabriel H Barter Radio Newsreel Quiet Please Fishing and Hunting Club Dance Oreh. Local Programs Headline Edition Elmer Davis The Lone Ranger Point Sublime Sound Off On Stage America Sammy Kaye Arthur Gaeth Earl Godwin Eric Sevareid In My Opinion The Chicagoans Lowell Thomas Seulah Jack Smith Bob Crosby Show Edward R. lYlurrow Inner Sanctum Talent Scouts Lux Radio Theater My Friend Irma Screen Guild Players A.M. 8:30 8:45 8:00 8:15 9:30 «:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 NBC Do You Remember News Honeymoon in N. Y. Clevelandaires Nelson Olmsted Fred Waring Road of Life Joyce Jordan This is Nora Drake Kate's Daughter Jack Berth Lora Lawton MBS Editor's Diary Ozark Valley Folks Cecil Brown Faith in Our Time Say It With Music Bill Harrington Tell Your Neighbor Heart's Desire ABC Breakfast Club My True Story Betty Crocker, Mag* azine of the Air Club Time Bkfst in H'wood Galen Drake Ted Malone CBS The Trumpeteers Jack Almand Trio CBS Nowsof America Oklahoma Roundup Music For You Evelyn Winters Davirt Harum Arthur Godfrey Grand Slam Rosemary HENRY BLONDIB AFTERNOON PROGRAMS 12:00 12:15 12^30 12:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 2:00 2;15 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 6:15 5:30 6:45 Harkness of Washington Words and Music Art Van Damme Quartel Robert McCormick Robert Ripiay Today's Children Woman in White Story of Hoily Sloan Light of .the World Life Can Be Beautiful Ma Perkins Pepper Young Right to Happiness Backstage Wile Stella. Dallas . Lorenzo Jones Young Widder Brown When A Girl Marries Portia Faces Life Just Plain Bill Front Page Farrell Kate Smith Speaks Victor H. Lindlahr Service Band Cedric Foster Happy Gang Checkerboard Jamboree Queen For A Day Martin Block Show « Red Hook 31 Robert Hurleigh Johnson Family Misc. Programs Harold Turner Adventure Parade Superman Capt. Midnight Tom Mix Welcome Travelers Baukhage Nancy Craig Maggi McNellis Bride and Groom Ladies Be Seated Paul Whiteman Club Treasury Band Show Dick Tracy ' Terry and Pirates Jack Armstrong Wendy Warren Aunt Jenny Helen Trent Our Gal Sunday Big Sister fVIa Perkins Young Dr. Malone The Guiding Light Second Mrs. Burton Perry Mason This Is Nora Drake Rose of My Dreams Double or Nothing House Party Hint Hunt Winner Take All Tales of Adventure Treasury Bandstand Lum 'n' Abner EVENING PROGRAMS 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 John MacVane Sketches in Melody Sunoco News Chesterfielil Club News of the World' · Lennie Herman' Quintet H. V. Kaltenborn . Dina 1 ) Shore, Harry James and Johnny Mercer A Date With Judy Amos 'n' Andy Fir-ber McGee and Molly Bob Hope Red Skellon Local Programs Fulton Lewis, Jr. " Alvin Heifer Newscope Inside of Sports Mysterious Traveler ' Official Detective Billy Rose Gabriel Healter Radio Newsreel Zane Grey Dance Orchestra Headline Edition Elmer Davis Green Hornet Drama Youth Asks the Government Edwin D. Cantham America's Town Meeting of t^e Air Boston Pops Orch. Let Freedom Ring It's In The Family Eric Sevareid Frontiers of Science The Chicagoans Lowell Thomas Beulah Jack Smith Bob Crosby Show Edward R. Murrow Big Town , Mr. and Mrs, North We, The People Christopher Wella Studio One land to do a picture about the U n i t e d States. "It might not sound 100 per cent American" he said . "but 1 think American audiences will enjoy seeing themselves through the eyes of Englishmen for a change." A wide variety of rare and beautiful plants and flowers peculiar to the southwest'are contained in the Thompson southwest aboretum near Superior, Ariz. Radiant heating in small homes is now possible through installation of floors composed of such materials as quarry Tile, conducts heat although it is fire- resistant. The man who put the sparkle into champagne was Dom Per- ignon. a Benedictine, according to Jean Heidsieck, head of the champagne firm, who says Frenchmen still s a l u t e the good monk's statue in the city of Reims. The traditional bridal flower is the myrtle. It is thought both to iuspii'e and retain love because it \\-as ihe favorite or ^"enus. goddess ol love. There are more than 150.000 "line side" vegetables and smalt fruit gardens bordering British railways, rentinr for as little as a shilling a year to amateur gardeners. By ALEX RA-YMOND THE SAME HOUR, LADV WINTERBROOK'S FLAT: CARLO i AN PRECIOUS BOV.'/ OH, MOTHER, I'M IN DREADFUt WHAT'S THE MATTER?. A TROUBLE. 1 VOU MUST TELL ME A WHAT TO DO! / filRLS! lOU'RE HVSTERICALi) IT'S BETVA DON'T ALL TALK AT ONCE.' / BANNISTER, WHAT'S UAPPEKIEO? ^T MISS DORIAN.'^kiUSasC^i SHE'S " / g " SLIPPERS.. A CLOAK... AMOTHER SUICIDE IN THE RIVER ... A TOM AM... By CARL AISDERSON FER Biz-MESS LEMiMADE CUP By CHIC YOUNG ( CARAM EL, MARSHMALLOW, S^ ORANGE, CCXTOMUT; V- BANANA, PECAN, ^ 1 MAPLE \--:-- J.NAME ( S O M E ( MOF?E V GARLIC, SAWDUST; ( C6AL-OIL, VINEGAR, ^T CIGAR-BUTT ^7 AMD MUD SOUND CAMT VANILLA?J /NAME OR CHOCOLATE? Copt 19lB King leitufti Snd(dir la: W By FRED LAS WELL BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH BLESS OUT SADIE'S BONES 1 .! i FEEL LIKE rue KNOW6D HER ALL MY LIFE SH£S W1LUN' TO SQUANDER IT'S PER " THE BePiRDED LADV-- SH6 SHflUGD OFF HER B6RRD THREE MONTHS AGO; AND IT NBJF.R. QROWED BRCK IN I HfMWT COOKtN 1 UP NO POTIONS FOR I WANT. V6 TO. COOK UP A BEfiRO- QROWIM' POTION. 6RBNNV "CREEPS- THftTS B1ZNES5!! OPEN VOR6 TAT6R TRftP, WHRT BIZNESS SOT UP HERE ON BUZZflRO'S ROOST? Cop 1'4S Kinf Feitures 3)nlic«tc. ]nc . NVorlii iipKii rci By WALT DISNEY DONALD DUCK I WHAT'S THE IDEA, WALKING I RISHT PAST ME WITHOUT ^·^ - r^nK /v 1^1 KI/£? By WALL? BISHU*» MTJC-GS and'SKEETER YOU JUST REACH DOWN UNDER HIM, QUIET-LIKE ...AND TICKLE GENTLY ON THE SIDES.., .. AND THE FISH SORTA GOES br-i INTP A TRANCE.... i B| i/iffl 7 ·" 1MtN Yau JUST L1FT . HIM *«i .'I "/"'il'lI-iW GENTLY OUT OF THE WATER AT IN THE WORLD IS *T TRICK THAT PAPW "9) TAUSHTME! HERES NOW. I'LL HOW IT

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