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February 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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·SHE SNUSGLED CLOSER TO ) f- HIS MANLY BREAST, LOVE YOU' SHE SIGHED. J ROONEV CLOSED HIS EYES ) AND SIGHED, TOO' l~--' 1 00 TOO-'JUST LISTEN TO THIS" WHEN POONEV LOOKED INTO HER LIMPID EYES HE MELTED' I WTSM WE WEREN'T EVER CONG BACK* I WANT TO BE JUST WITH . NOU. LAR WE'RE LV3ING HE PROBABLY GOT SOME EXTRA ViORK AT THE SUPER MARKET. TELL.NCUR BARENTS AND MV MOURS AND MR. AND MRS. DOES YOUR HEAD FEEL WARMER, NOW - HEWRV ? Showing Next Week At fay etteville Theatres BIBLICAL LOVE, FOREIGN LEGION ADVENTURE, MYSTERY. INDIAN SAVAGERY ON TAP. Da 1 . j /ma i^insncoa," great spectacle ironi Bible, al Ozark Sunday! 'David and Bathsheba," flaming story of the most forbidden of great loves, bringing the fire of their tempestuous romance across Um:o thousand years to the screen at last. Starring Gregory Peck, as David, nnd Susan Hay ward, as Byth'sheba, "David and Bathsheba" is filled with tin; spectacle of great incidents from the world's greatest book, the Bible. Such scenes as David felling Goliath, the siege of Jlabbah, and the moving of the sacred Ark of "the Covenant make "David and Bnthsheba" one of the outstanding pictures of all time. Filmed in color by Technicolor, it brings all the beauty and wonder of Biblical times to the screen for all to see and better'understand. "GIRL ON THE BRIDGE," suf- penseful mystery story at Uark Saturday. The p l a n n i n g of the perfect crime, by an older man driven by his desires for a b e a u t i f u l young woman, sets the dominant, adult situation in "The Girl .on 'the Bridge," daring naw drama opening at the Uark Saturday. Although the film is not loaded with star values, it docs present a forceful drama -of murder and conscience that is adequately portrayed by Hugo Mass, European actor, jmd Beverly Michaels, star of "Pick-Up." MO,GIPM-IOWCAW BESO-6ELRSH BEETLE IU LOJSING POP THESE HOME-MADE COOKIES? '. , · ?'| ; i MUST H*ve MAW; A MISTAKE IN out LOCATION* SAWVS*. IT» NIARkY .MNOWN. RAWSKFOKEWW. YIME! HEW COMES ONf, . JIMMV. I SUHE A\\ DISAPPOINTED... ) DIDN'T WANT T'AVSS tr...ji A1AVBE NEXT... "*- ...AMD NJOW THE VILLAIN IS KISSING HER... SHE SLAPS HIM,.. HE SNEERS: BUT.CAPTI SMITH, ARENT \OO - OWZYTO LEf THIS Wv«KGe/IPBtMAre IMPERSONATE YOU IN THE / I AM, MEN COURT OH THF.ALGONtON BUT VOO CONFEDERACYf . A KMOW.dOME HOW... .... I ALWnO WTO A OUbKtK fUK A SAVAGE WHO SPEAKS INTIMATELY OP CAESAR. CLEOWTRA AND \ THE KHANS OF CATHAY OKAY...9ITTICMT.' »» I'LL BE BACK IN A COU0-E DAYSJ UTTLETIS IN SPOTS THOUGH. : !| i! g 13. K»^;J CFAll DON'VGir T' NIGHTMARI1 ALICE'S IN ONE MINUTE FLAT. LI'l. ABMER'S MAID V.'IU Bi: SAWED OFF/.' CHAMP O DOG WVTCH.'. r WAL- AHlL FIGHT IT j OUT WIF HER, \ NOW-ORMAH HAIKJ'T JACQUiaiNE Plans Made For Observance Of Defense Week Plnns fur this city's observance of National Defense V.'eok were announced today by Harreil Hall, president o[ the Northwest Arkansas chapter of the Reserve Officers Association. JIall said the local .observance, along with that throughout the lation and its territories' and possessions, will lie held February! 12-22, including boll: of those historically .significant dates. * "For obvious reasons," said Hall, "the matter of our nation's security under current v/orld conditions is vastly more irrporlant than it has ever been before in ^ peacetime. We hop'c that every organization in the city and every i n d i v i d u a l citizen will make plans now to join with us in this traditional observance." Hall pointed out that the Na-' tional Defense Week aims h;ivc been expanded lo mccl the demands of current conditions and arc in general in kccpinR with the non-partisan aims of national leader:;. The ROA, he pointed out, stands for: "An ^Army, Navy and Air Force scconu* lo no other nation, composed of efficient but snail regular forces and strong civilian components trained and ready lo meet any emergency and equipped in accordance v/ith adequate continuous scientific development: a defense plan keyed to the demands of the day and continually revised; strong healthy, free and informed civilian population." ·The ROA has observed " N a t i o n a l Defense Week, beginning with Lincoln's birthday and closing with Washington's birthday, each year since the passage of the national dcfenso act In 1920. This will be the 26th a n n u a l observance, there b a v i n " been no observances during the war years, 1941-1945. Canadian,Sabre Jets To Be Sent To Europe Washinglon~(/P)-Gcncral Eisenhower's Western defense forces ;?oon will be bolstered by Canadian-built S a b r e j e t fighters equipped with U. S. engines and flown by British Royal Air Force pilots. Air Force Secretary Thomas K. Finlctter yesterday announced a three-nation agreement to bring this about. Number of planes was not disclosed but officials said they would run ^into the hundreds. The announcement said Canada will build the F-86E jets at Can- adair, Ltd. , Light Provided By Atom Energy Bj ALTON I,. BLAKESLEE Oak Ridirc, Tcnn.-W)-Aiomic energy is healing n house here nnd lighting ' electric lamps' in Idaho. And "in the nol-too-distant future," cncrgy-from atoms in atomic ovens may replace the TVA electric power, system, D i v A l v i n M. Wciqberg, research director of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, said today. Jn fad, "we have to make atomic energy work" lo produce use- f u l harnessed power or civilization will suffer because of dwindling coal supplies, lie said. Dr. Weinbcrg commented dur- ;,!.- n |i llr j n \vhich newsmen saw the Oak Ridge atomic oven, the . .. uii's first big atomic reactor, and other newly bared secrets at this hu^c atomic research center. The tour was sponsored by the Atomic Energy Commission and Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Company, which operates the laboratory. Schlecht And Staff To Attend Meeting Ernest Sehlcchi, manager of the Oklahoma Tire and Supply '-...,..,,,,,, store here, will attend the company's 34th annual mccl- !..,, a.iu ta.cs conference Sunday ad" Monday in the Mayo Hotel in Tulsa. All members of his sales s t a f f . a n d their wives will also attend, * The meeting will combine formal dedication of the company's new general office and warehouse building in Tulsa. "WARPATH." exciting drama of Grim Frontier Struggle! Jf you like an adventure picture that blends rugged action, suspense and thundering spectacle, then "Warpath," which opens at the Uark next Wednesday, is certainly your movci dish. Based' on true historical incidents, "Wjirpath" deals specifically with tjic almost incredible achievements of the Fighting Seventh Cavalry Hcgimcnl -- a colorful do-or-die troop of horse soldiers who brawled, drank and fought their way-to fame in the wild Dakota hills. There arc massacres, the burning of wagon trains, exciting cavalry charges and grim ambushes, as the drama of individuals is played out against the bigger story of. while against the Indians. Chancery Court Proceedings In the Washington County Chancery court: George N o w t o n Combs vs. Peggy Combs: Decree of divorce j to p l u i t i f f . Naomi Shackleford vs. Lloyd Shacklcforcl: Decree of Jivorcc lo [ p l a i n t i f f , awarding nistocl of · minor child of p;uiics to p l a i n t i f f . ' Carter M. Plomons vs. Bertha Ann Plemons: Decree of divorce to p l a i n t i f f . J u n a Upshiuv vs. Bill Upshaw: Decree of divorce, awarding custody of minor children of parties to p l a i n t i f f . Marian Brann Sloikburgcr vs. Lloyd Slockburgcr: Decree of divorce to p l a i n t i f f , restoring to maiden name of "Brann." Keep up with the Umw--read TIMES iiU. PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK THURSDAY KVKNINQ 6:00 Dinner Music IS: 15 Starlight Tim* 6:30 Newt 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Hcatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Rod and Gun of the Air 8:30 BASKETBALL West Fork at Prairie Grovo 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sisn Off FRIDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 ' 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Marked and weather 6:35 Rise N 1 Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koftce Kup Kapere 7:30 OtaECO News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade 8:00 Robert llnrleigh News--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Elditi-wl 8:45 Holsuni Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 Ne\-.;--M 9:30 Take A Number 10:00 Food for Thought 11:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Quccri for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauekagc Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY .AFTERNOON 12:0(1 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News "I Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon * Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News--M 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 T.ndles Fair 2:30 Bob 1'oolc 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Plck'n Time 4:00 Time Plck'n Time 4:30 Tune Plck'n Tlmo 8:01) The Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill lllckok 5:5S Cecil Brown A New Start at 10-2* O'clock! There's ho other d r i n k .like Dr. Pepper! It has a distinctive flavor, * special sparkle the whole family wiU enjoy. Lifts your energy within 2 to 8 minutes, gives you new "life" fast! Get a. handy 6- bottle carton today; Dr. Pepper is a delightful "pick-up" for the whole family! look for th* Handy Gr»n-«n* Whit* Cirry-Hom* Cwton

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