Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 16, 1952 · Page 6
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May 16, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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/, r.'.ci/ 1 j, i;sj A WTTON COWK OFFXI My 1 N WU «Cf THE SUT1WI9 THAT C (M UP WITH MY 8OOP OL' «*o MM* -07V/* arr WHAT DOESjt SEE THAT CPACK PAGWOODJ yN THE PLASTER (THAT'S WHERE HE \ HIT THE CEILING ( WHEN 1 SHOWED HIM THE BILL THINK r^ ,te UPTH T? J dPr EASY.; HE'D COLLAPSED. MEV. TRACV» COME TO THE DESK. I'VE GOT SOMETHING TO SHOW SOU I FOUND HIM ON GEORGE. SEND TMS CLOTH" ._. ID A STRETCHER DOWN ·HERE. I'VE GOT A MAN FROM THE 4TH PRECINCT WHO'S 6EEN SHOT. LEXEL STREET. HE NTO THE LAB AS SOON AS WAS CARRYING THIS THEY OPEN. I WANT TRACV HE WAMTS A LITTLE PUSH. BI SSS WH»T, BWUNJ. HMD, «U. HIL»NT]« VWWTi STtAK 'HIUO...YUMA! . SU7, I ...I OlPN'T WANT TO ALARY! VCJR WIFE, SLIT I JUST SAW BROTHtM TOWN. I'M AFRAID THEY AVW TRVTO Kill YOU. IT WM IMPORTANT. CAlLAWlLCHMTV POLICE, TOO. TELL'tM THE HAWKS Mti ARB IN TOWN, AND I'LL K DOWN TO I'-'.P IDENTIFY THEM, VI E'VE SOT A GOOD PLAv /\NL KbALIbT 1C \ STAGE SETT|\SS p) P A GOOD CAST OH.VOIIU SURVIVE THIO MTAIK A'.L RIGHT. I'M TH' ONE 1 BET THEY'LL HOOT ON SIGHT.' Bur A3 LONS AS IVE A BRCATH I CAN CONTROL.THEY1L NOTROOTIBOLIlAlHIf "Ot.f., AWRIGHT.LWEE BOY THIS ISTH'ENDOFTH ROPE.TH'EKin WITH fi A N005E IN IT/ ' '' ( ^ AT UST.7-WE IS ftCUNirCD- HUSAINAN'WtFC.. ^ Showing Next Week At fayetteville Theatres " "WAIT TILL THE SUN SHINES NELLIE." . . . Dtlighlful Comwiy Drama. , "WAIT 'TILL T H E S U N I I SHINES NELLIE" is the story of a drama, a Jove, a city that grew up with America. Classed as a . comedy-drama, the picture is . filled with laughs, songs and ro- . mancc. | As the little midwest town of Sevillinois celebrates its 50th On The Radio New York - WVFor tonight: NBC - 7 Roy Rogers; 7:30 Bo! and Ray: 8 Mario Lanza; 8:301 Short Story; 9 Tin Pan Valley. | CBS - 7 Musicland USA; 7:30' Big Time; 8 Doris Day; 8:.10 Wax- ' works; 9:05 Capitol Cloakroom. ABC - 7 Dick Powell Mystery; · 7:30 This is FBI; 8 Ozzie and Harriet; 8:30 District Attorney. :annJvers7ry,"nld-7imTbarber Da- MBS ' 7 M a W c ; 7:3 ° Graci ? : vid Wayne lets his thoughts go; F l e l d s ; 8:f)5 Magazine Theater; hark to the day 50 years before 8:30 Armed Forces Review he brought his bride, Jean Peters,' to the town. Ho was deeply in lovn with head strong Jean, who wished above all things to live in Chicago. His life is marred with tragedy when Jean is killed in a train wreck while Hoping with Hugh Mar- around his children whose problerThe T^nT'J'S IhT.^"^ those he and Jean fared. Tragedy strikes a second time but Wayne, older and wiser, sees in his granddaughter the same spirit and beauty comedy-drama, "WAIT 'TILL THE SUN c ? ° ne lhat the c n t i r e f a m i 'y wil1 cn J°y- " -"arts Sunday. "SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR" . .. Frank, Stirring Homanlic Triangle. George Stevens' "SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR," the picture scheduled to play at the Ozark theatre Wednesday and Thursday, looms us one of the most important events of the current film season. Mr. Stevens' first screen drama since his Academy Award w i n n i n g "Place In The Sun," this arresting love story boasts three topflight stars -- Joan Fontaine, Ray Milland and Teresa Wright -- and a strong supporting cast. In this production, this unusual lineup of award winners lends its t-ilent to an unusual and frank drama about a beautiful and talented actress whose addiction to drink plagues her career, shatters, another woman's marriage and drives the man she loves to a tormenting dilemma. "SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR" sensitively traces the anguish and rcstasv of three Deople desperately seeking love and f u l f i l l m e n t . "SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR" plaj'5 Wednesday and Thursday at the OZARK. "I WANT YOU" . . . Duma of Exceptional Appeal. I WANT YOU" is a "must" on everyone's list. It has received raves from all the leading magazines, the columnists, and the people who have seen it. "I WANT YOU" stars Dana Andrews, Dorothy McGuire, Farley Granger and Peggy Dmv in the sincere drama of an American family caught in the -turmoil of today's events. Andrews, a World War It veteran, is the manager of Ms fathers construction company in a small Eastern town, with Miss McGuire as his wife and Granger as his kid brother, youthfully enamoured of Miss Dow. Granger goes before the draft board when Martin refuses to declare him indis- pcnsiblf, and is accepted for service. Since Miss Dow's father is head of the board. Granger feels re has been framed, and his resentment complicates the romance. Andrews' old colonel, hack in service, asks Andrews to join him, and his efforts to decide on the proper course, along with Grander s personal conflict, make for the gripping drama of the picture's climax. "I WANT YOU" plays at the OZARK Friday and Saturday. "THE FAMILY SECRET" . . . Drama of Voilence and Homines. How n thoughtless art of raging violence behind a roadhousc led to a lifetime of lies is the provocative theme of the gripping new drama, "THE FAMILY SECRET," which opens at the UARK Saturday. Starring John Drrek, Lee .1. Cobb and Joriv Lawrence it offers a well knit story t h a t unfolds with unending suspense. Derek is the bright-futured ; young man whoso life is changed I overnight when he obeys a raging I impulse on a wine-hot night, the family's dilemma i.- whether to permit the boy to run from the consequences of his deed or to . . , , . , spend all their lives in attempting to undo what he has done. Lee J. Cobb and Erin O'Brien-Moore are the parents in the case; Jody Lawrence i j the youngsters' attractive girl friend, who also must face the world with'him' "THE FAMILY SECRET" begin at the UARK Saturday for a four day run. "THE UNKNOWN MAN" . . . Daringl Rerealingl Timely! One of the most arresting situations ever devised for a film script serves as the premise of "THE UNKNOWN Man," the suspense-drama starring W a l t e r Pidgeon, Ann Harding and Barry Sullivan on the UARK screen. In the new offering Pidgeon is cast as Bradley Masen, an idealistic and highly respected lawyer who gets a boy acquitted of a murder charge and later finds himself again defending the accused youth of a second murder. The novelty " n ', ies , in th , p f a r l t h a l l h o law . v «- believes t h a t he him- w th x v h h th rP °,' : ° f - t h e T 01 " 1 r r i m : The l«"natic treatment w i t h which this question is resolved, with no little ironv for all three persons concerned and w i t h justice moving surely to the end. make, rL^-ruriTM^XSyK'f'" 1 s ''" rics bought to the screen in some FrWav UNKNOWN MAN" plays at the UARK Wednesday through NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS !Utt: 3 centu p«r wor* fttifl* !·· tertlon Thret conwcutive invertlOM. 7 cents per word Minimum order 42c. Classified adi cash in advinc*--not taken over the telephone. Deadline for classified idl: U:M a. m dally; 9:30 a. m. Saturday Corrections and rerun cheerfully made after first insertion. No correction! or rerun mad* after id has expired NOTE: Advertiilni copy for other paes it due at 12 noon thi day pre- ceedins publication; 12 noon Saturday for publication on Monday. LEGAL NOTICES FRIDAY EVENING 8:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time «:30 Newt 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Alt 8:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs, Boston Braves 10:30 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Siin Off SATURDAY MORN1NQ S:30 Rise 'N Snint 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Maikets and Weather 6 35 Rise _ r Shine 7 00 Minutes by Miific 7:15 Jordanaires 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Organ Reveries 8:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parade 9:30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue N*tic* Of Filing Off P*titl»n T» Quiet Title AM Warning Order In TIM chancery Court Of V/HhingUn Ciunty, Arttanuw Lonnle R. Snow and Mary Gladyi Snow, Husband and Wife PlainUffi vs. A. L. Travis and Hannah Travis, Husband and Wife, and Their Unknown Heirs. Eecutors, Administrators or As- Jigns. Defendants Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in my office, at Clerk of the Chancery Court of Washington County. Arkansas, the Petition of Lon- me R. Snow and Mary Gladys Snow, husband and wife, for the quieting and confirmation of tit!e in them to the following described real estate Washington County, Arkansas, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter (SE'i) of the Southwest Quarter |SWV*t of Section Eighteen US). Township Fifteen (15) North. Range Thirty- two (M) West of the 5th P. M., containing 40 acres. That, on December 30, 1339. one D. L. Moore, then County Clerk of Washington County Arkansas, by Irene LcMarr. Depuly Clerk, forfeited and certified the above described real estate to the State of Arkansas for nonpayment of taxes for the year 193«- that, on September 7. 1942, the Chancery Court of Washington County. Arkansas, quieted and confirmed title 10 said real estate in the State of Arkansas: and that, through mesne conveyances from the State of Arkansas. Lonnie R Snow and Mary Gladys Snow, husband and wife acquired title to said real estate ai set forth in their Petition to Quiet and Confirm Title filed herein. All persons who can set up any right to the above described renl cs- late so purchased in consequence of any informality or any irregularity connected with such sale to the State of Arkansas, or confirmation in the State of Arkansas, are hereby di- -ected to show cause at the fint term of the Chancery Court after the publication of this notice why sa'd above described real estate should not hs quieted and confirmed in plaintiffs. The Defendants. A. L. Travis and Hannah Travis, husband and wife, and their unknown heirs executors administrators, or assigns, are hereby ' warned to appear in said Court within thirty i30( days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs i- - TNESS my hand and seal on this -£"I -lay of April, 1352. i SEAL i Richard F. Greer Clerk of Chancery Court By David J. Hurleson. D C V 2-9-16-23-30-C 10:00 New Record Releases 10:15 New Record Releases 10:30 Armed Forces Day Review 10:45 Guest Star | 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 News at Noon SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Man on The Farm 12:30 Armed Forces Day Around the World 12:45 Dunn on Discs 1:00 Dunn on Discs 1:25 BASEBALL New York Yankees Vs. Detroit Tigers 4:00 Swing Session 4:30 Bands for Bonds 4:45 Musical Interlude 5:00 Smiley Whitley 5:15 Report From The Pentagon 5:45 Peewee Reese Show r . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That in pursuance of tl:e authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Wash!?Ston Count;*. marl end entered on Ihc 2lst day of April. A. D.. 1952 in a certain cause (No. 12716) then pending * n *r ei " between John W. Campbell £ lain Vf f » nd Georne w. Jott a n d Marietta Jett. his wife defendants, the undersigned, as Commimloner of said court, will offer for sale at public v-endue to the highest bidder, at ihe west floor or entrance of the County Court House, in which said Court is held, in the County of Washington, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on the 3rd day of .lune. A. D. 1952 the following described real estate, to-wit: Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 4. Town- ·hip 14. North. Range 29 west. TEfcMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of r.aid Court in said cause, with approved .·ecurity. bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date of Bale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purcha?* money. Given under my hand this 7th day of May. A. D.. 195?. Richard fl. Grepr Commissioner in Chanrery 16-23-30-e WARNING ORDER In Th* Chancery Court Of Waihingtvn County, Arhinsn Lois Slratton Plaintiff vs. Dayton Frank Stratton Defendant The Defendant Dayton Frank Stratton is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer ih- complaint of the plaintiff in the above -ntiiled cause. Witness my hand and seal of this Court this 15th day of May. 1952. Richard B. Greer Chancery Clerk lfi-23-M June 6-c OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams BOY, AM I SLAP TO GET THAT V JOB WELL,SOU DOWT WEED TO DRAG THENA IMTO IT TO SHOW Beat boredom Chew Wriglcy's Spearmint Gum. Good chewing relics monotony, wutt ui to do h« KP. work I"

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