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f---MOtTHWIST AIKANSAS TIMK. tovdtavilk. ArfcoMM Friday. Juno 37, IV52 Shoiving Next Week At Fayetteville Theatres ·MARAMOUCHC." A Mm ol i Thouiind Adr.nlur.i! "SCARAMOUCHE." Hafacl Sabatini's swashbuckling novel of nn 18th e i n t u r y swordsman and mountebank who fights and "acts" his way through love and adventure, will be brought to the OZARK screen in a lavi.sh. .spec- tlrlllar and slai-studded Technicolor production. Stewart Grander, Elanor Parkor. Janet Leigh mid Mel Ferrer are the prineipal.s in lhl. arresting action-drama, which lakes place in the days of Marie A n t o i n e t t e ' s extravagant court in the explosive period leading up to the French Revolution. Gran/in- enacts the t i l l e role of Scaramnuehe, handsnm'-, da:.hlng. ardent and plucky a d v e n t u r e r nnd son of an u n k n o w n French nobleman whose closest friend i.; Phillipc tic Valniorin. fiery discip! Reid Days Over Al1 Beiriormle Dogs State Arranged Ordered Confined A scries of f i v e Held days will be flifferenl sections .Jersey cattle held in live ( A r k a lientonville-'Speeiali-Rentonville '·' 10 "' 5 a r - Governors Help Out, Elmer On Way East From New Mexico By Plcne A l b u q u e r q u e - t/Ti - Elmer, the | quiring mostly about Elmer's an- toad. was just a lounge '···as: passed this week the 'i!" n : day, setting around L j t y , fl ready to keep : horned toad, was just a lounge cestry. lirliner to- Elmer was incensed. A f t e r all. ., ,, ,,, ,,,,.. ,,,,, , , , . law which ! he's a genus phr.vnosoma (horned during the week of J u l y H. The Council. J ! for a week has kept him from , toad), which is more than the public is i n v i t e d to each a f f a i r . | The council's action, to become i Massachusetts. j Cabots and Lodges can say. That The meetings a i e designed to pro- effective Saturday, was taken f o l - j " a l 1 started when some West ! satisfied Dever, and an attorney vide i n f o r m a t i o n on improved j lowing the death of Mrs. R u t h Newton, Mass.. third graders ask- i general's opinion that no horned dairy practices, Ihe importance of H o l i d y . ^ 4 3 . from rabies here on j cd for a real New Mexico horned 'toad has ever been prosecuted for dairy type, and the value of a ! r H " c '·'· Mr! '- ""'Idy had been; toad. New Mexico selected Elmer. I jumping the border satisfied good dairy breeding program. The. "I?" " y , , r a m »y '.'"«· i But someone dug up a law for' r h e r K . o l u l TM ' TMl"' res ' " a t a l l l b i r l d i n f i s h i p m c n f o ( p h o r n c d l ( ; a d s No Health Dunne Washington - tH't - The Public Health Service reported today examinations of more than J,100 workers -in uranium mines and mills have revealed no evidences program w i l l be in charge of rep- , , . , - rcicntatives of the American Jer- j nit vat i I I '\'* r "I " 10K . i i iey Cattle Club, the A g r i c u l t u r a l ; f,,,., h ,,,. ,,",'(,£ Th * TM u "ncil did" no I Intension .Service, and t h e resi- ! indicate how long the r u l i n g will dent staff of the University Col-: remain in effect. I lejje of A g r i c u l t u r e . i The resolution f u r t h e r slates I O p p o r t u n i t y w i l l he given fur t h a t all dog:; found loose with (hose a t t e n d i n g to lake part in j the city limits a f t e r Saturday v Taint--Remodel--Repain Oarages--Breer.ewayl No Money Down E»iy Monthly Payment! DYKE LUMBER CO. SOI St CharlM | of health damage from jadloao tivity. Mecnern. There was one gimmick: Elmer from the state. Yesterday, Massa- I had to have a traveling com T i chusetts' Gov. Paul Dover con- panion. B e a u t i f u l a i r l i n e hostess ' BOWL FOR PLEASURE /Im Bcnton Bow)ia Lanes-Art*. % GALLON VMillt ke Cream 63c HoHond Ire*. Uekor Phmt ferred Edwin with New Mexico's Cov. MacHcm, with Dover jn- Jean Adams filled t h r b i l l nicely. They took off last night. judging of Jersey '"' impounded for three days, ' ft"' In the cause of the people against . the aristocrats. It is when the l a t t e r is killed t h a t Seannnoili-he vows to revenge his d e a t h which was inflicli.il by the arrocanl nobleman, Marquis de Maynes (Mel Ken en. The plot t w i s t s and suspense arc further enft'iidered when Scaramouche falls in love with young, uppalliiiR Janet Lfle.li. "SCAHAMOUCIJE" is the miiihty story of love, laughter, adventure, ind is as great as the screen can m a k e it. Only the producer of "Quo Vadis" could do it. ·SC'AHAMOIJCIIE" plays at the O/.A11K Sunday through Tuesday. It will be liked by all ages. "FRANCIS GOES TO WEST POINT." FrancU Ii Back With Mori Liughi Than Erorl Third and most hilarious in the series of the t a l k i n g m u l e comedies, "KHANCIS GOES TO WEST POINT." opens Wednesday at the OZAliK theatre. Once again Donald O'Conncr shares starring honors with the famous mule. Chill Wills, us usual, is the voice of Francis. Two bright new feminine per- sonallties. Lori Nelson and Alice Kelly, provide romance and beauty .classificatinn ,....,,...,, ... ., . , _ . . . . . . cattle. A tour of dairy f a c i l i t i e s ! ' ' . , ' , , ''laimed w i t h i n three days and pastures is also planned o n ! T .'"', ''''sfoycd. Any person each of the farms where the field | ' Al .[\ V,u\,, ,,TML, ?',' ""'. days arc held. (..,,.], ri . A tentative schedule of meeting ' pounded, places nnd dates follows- i · wa',t 1 Ari;:"' sc " h J ' Elcan Farra -. Japanese Police Units J u l y 15--Tall Timber F a r m s , ' been Si Missouri Punishes 146 Students Over Spring Panty Raid J u l y 1(1--fi. M. Head Farm. Bro'jkland, Ark. i J u l y 17--University of A r k a n - j ,. T^yo-iVI'i-A sas experiment station f a r m , F a y - j I."'" 1 ' ""'·'' v s '" cttevillc, A r k . """"' J u l y 18--Diamond Grove Farms, Fort Smith, A r k . government Japanese Na- Columbia, Mo., - (IP} - Punishment for 14(i University of Missouri students for participation in panty raids was announced today by Dr. Frederick A. Middlebush, the president. Me said t h a t 15 and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dill have moved to Fayetteville. Lt. and Mrs. Charles David McNeal and children are visiting their respective mothers, Mrs. Sue Mc- N'eal and Mrs. Mac Smith. They have been living in California, v/here Lieutenant McNcal was stationed. Mrs. McNcal and children will remain here while Lieutenant IVIcNeal is overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Billy :/IcNeaI and daughter, Debra, of Nebraska, are BUY YOUR TELEVISION from A television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP Police Reserve now is 'suspended from May 20 bei to form n setting for the antics of the astonishing mule. The United States Military Academy at West Point Is the Devils, Den Road The McDonald derm-alum hud a larger a t t e n d a n c e t h a n us'.ial t h i s year. A basket dinner was held on the lav/n of the homo nf " A u n t Ange" McDonald wiio was 5)0 years old recently. The a f t e r n o equipped w i t h artillery. Slate M i n i s t e r Takco Ohashi said the reserve is t r a i n i n g with howitzers { maindcr of and t h a t some 100 planes for re- study ronnaissance and a liaison will be leased from the U.S. Air Force. 15 and would remain on dis- probation for the re- their undergiaduatc students w e r c j V i s i t i n 8 Mrs - Huc 20 loSeptcm-' M r - n n c ! AlrSt Thirty-six students were placed I disciplinary probation u n t i l I I Mrs. C. A. Murphy spent the Stillwater, ! Okla. Mai. and . .......,,,,,,.,, j JJI UUUIIUII U I 1 I I I ' September 1. and in some cases · for one to four semesters thcrcaf-,' °, re s P cnd '"« ter. Forty-four were placed lonu 1 Reed ' nd children of Whillier, Calif., are visiting Mrs. Maggie Feather. Kay Charles, daughter uf -Mrs. Harry Cray, is visitinj; in Depew, j message was delivered hv r^fin i past three days i Okla., attending the Oklahoma l( '' v - I state florists convention. disciplinary probation from one to! six semesters. Thirty-four others' k ., , E. Davis | ancl c h l l d r TM ° f I' 0 " tustis. Va., ; 21-day leave w i t h ! K. II. Robertson. j Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Cran - are in Nancy G i l b r e a l h of t h e Friendship Earl McKinney of Los Angeles community. ! Calif., will leave the last of the GOES TO WEST POINT" and football figures prominently in the story. Francis and Donald receive a West Point appointment as a result of their alertness In catching Mbokurs trying to blow' up the Atomic Energy plant. Francis turns out to be mascot for the football team, a much, better position t h a n Donald receives. You will have the laugh of your life when Francis tells them how to run the Academy and especially when he introduces his new | had S lay to the football team -- "The Muleback Sneak." "FHANCIS ' OES TO WEST POINT" opens at the CKAHK Wednesday. Burlington, Iowa, visiting relatives. They have moved to the · C. B. VViggans property. ' Mrs. Al Bentlev of Favetteville ' his home after spending r a "»" «-«""* the University j^*'^TM ^y'xoney ^ \ -···- - .· - " w i t h o u t applying to the Conduct I H,V TM n i n » Committee. . J cvontnu. .Many peoples of Ihe world have no idea that properly of a dead person can or should he distributed according to hi.s will. | "MARA MARU." Thrill · Sv,.pt Ttopkil Advinturtl A talc of violence and intrigue, "MAfiA MARU," ro-slnrring Errol Flynn and Ruth Roman, begins its local engagement at the UADK tliestre on Saturday. ' Set against the colorful background of post-war M a n i l a , this 'adventure drama shows Flynn as .* marine Balvage operator in love "*ith his partners' wife, played by Miss Roman. Soon a f t e r the part- twf 'learns of the whereabouts of .the .diamond treasure buried beneath. Ihe China Sea, he is mur- JHfld,and Flynn is suspected. The Itlllers themselves "persuade" Fl.vnn, an 'expert diver and n a v i gator. to lead them to the hidden vealth. How he outwits his op- ·ponents once the diamonds arc recovered midst a tropical .·.lorm. makes, according to preview au- · ----- UicnccE, for one of the scuon's most absorbing film climaxes Made partly on location at Balboa Island, Newport Harbor, Ca'talina Island and the San Fernando Mlstion, as well us at the · udio he -pteture has all the color of a Tropical adventure " A MAIiU " '''''·" "'' U l e UA " K lhl '" lre Saturday through Tuesdn Ac- "BANNERLINE." Suipini.. lion and Homanc«. Everyone, including Metropoli- were reprimanded by letter. Two others hart "disciplinary holds" placed on their r e c o r d s ; they Mrs. Oxclla Grceson of Abilene, | week foi :xas, is visiting her brother and · "I 'lays with his mother, Mrs. i f a m i l y , Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cans- I Nc| ia McKinney, at her home o n . lor and her mother, Mrs. Oscar ! ""'comb Slreet. I Dr. Middlebush said the action 1 I'e-ram of Prairie Grove : ,, °' rs - Drmcl Crumpacker of West against the students who took part ' Mrs. Alice Hritt received a J e t - - t^'lvc^Ter^n^n-T"-^d ' " tcr Monday Iroin her son. Cpl. : d a u g h t e r Mr and Mr^Paul P*n Abncr R. Smith, who is a prison- j den-raft and son, Dick,' of Rivera" er of war in Korea. The letter was I C a l i f . They are also visiting other written March 2(1. He said that he ! relatives and friends in Sprinp- dale. Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Miller and daughter. Elizabeth, of Rock Springs, Texas, and Mrs. Lizzie Hodges and Mrs. Ada Bert Hodges, both of J u n c t i o n , Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dutton, northwest of Sprintjdale. The Berry Street Baptist Church Visit BOOK STORE Mt. Sequoyah · BOOKS OF ALL PUBLISHERS* HOURS: 8:30-12; 1-5:30 OPEN UNTIL SEPTEMBER METHODIST BOOK STORE been receiving some mail from his mother. C. A. Harvey is v i s i t i n g his son · in W i c h i t a , Kan. Aron Sanders rcturnei 1 home from visiting his son at Dalharl, ! Texas, and his daughter at Perry- ; ton. Texas. Mrs. W. L. Sanders j in the raids May 19 was recommended by the faculty Committee on Student Conduct and approved by the! president and the Committee of Deans. and tliree daughters diove him j has been conducting a vacation "" ' Bible school for the past two home. They were accompanied by Mrs. Sanders' niothci, M r s . Lynn Newsom of Gentry and are now visiting in the Aron Sanders home. The Friendship Bible study met in weeks. The closing service will j sit .v be held today. The Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Thursday at 7:30 p.m., at the home if Mrs. A u t r y Wilson on Meadow Farmington Mrs. W. L. Shreve is v i s i t i n g her son in California. En route she was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. F'al Patterson of Dimmit, Texas. Keith Catto, Jr., of the Univcr- ABC-0-MATIC Automatic Washer is spending his vaca- relatives in Oklahoma the George Snyder home last j ij. , J, week and wfl. meet a, Ihe John , ^ TMTM y TM * »""« "·* Galbrealh home this week, J u n e 2Wh. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharum oung charges grow into manhood, the local garden club, arid even Ihe inevitable racketeer who tries to run the town by i n t i m i d a t i o n They're all present In "BAN- Ntni.lNK." the colorful drama of a small town which is given a "shot in the arm" through the ef- f o r t s of an idealistic cub reporter who, fed up with the pettv assignments of his routine beat con cc ves n daring Idea for a ix-ally big bannerline story and puts wheels into motion which effect.-! Ihe liv.-s of all the pnmVial charicteis "BAMNEHLWE" stars Kcefe Braille. SallV Forres, and "wi. Stone. It is filled with suspense, action and romance. " B A N N F R L I N F ' ' runs at the U A R K S a t u r d a y J h r o u g h Tuesday. "·'"""·"^int. * Many insects live only in association with plants, lor instance those who live all or part ol then life eyries in the wood of trees. al the Frank P.allard, Loss Cjoocling :nd Aron Sanders house. Mr. and Mrs. Ray I^cArioo had s their guests Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. I,. S. Gooding and Mr. and Mrs. A r l i s McAdoo and f a m i l y of West For!:. Mr. and Mrs. Tex 1,'obcrls and l i t t l e son, Mikey of Fayetteville ' ter:; and v i s i t i n g friends. The ipent Sunday w i t h Mrs. Roberts' j Browns are former residents. ,, ,.,,.. nother and "lather. Mr. and M r s . ' Tech-Sgt. Lawrence Lee Lich Ian dwellers, has a warm spot in Lee Smith | '· vtor "' " 10 Marines is spending his heart for the small-town char- s R f Luther Gee. who has been !;' M -^'\ ' TM v f , \ v i t h ,, h i s Y m o t n e r - Solfnl JhoX* ho, rC ^e tC nn,^ » talione ? in G «"TM" «»TM\ ( TM I Kat^^ "^^ wife addicted to penny poke n 7"'" K V\ aS ,, ^ t"»^rrcd to h , s ,,,,,,, in , h c ,,.,,.,,,, f o r ,,, ···- - - · - · '· ' Camp Chaffee. He was home for .1 ' y c .,,. s I I c h . ns been in Southern weekend visit in the home of his , Arkansas v i s i t i n g relatives and sislcr and brother-in-lav, Mr. and i friends. Mrs. George Snyder. i K. W. Dodd of Ihe Oak Grove Mrs. Royal Ross, who is a I c o m m u n i t y was taken to the City , a n d Mrs. Sharum's brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Chester Frederick : ind sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and famil." took d i n n e r w i t h Mr. : Morris of Springclale, have re- anri Mrs. Ross E. Smith Sunday, j turned home after a two-week Jan-rs Phillips and w i f e called ' vacation t r i p . The principal spots visited on their t r i p were New Orleans. La.. G u l f p o r t , Miss., and I Mobile. A l a . The Morris' son,! Cary. slaved w i t h his maternal | grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl i Head. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown o f , Lo% Angeles. Calif., are in Spring- lale t a k i n g care of personal mat- Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modelinq Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton Lumber Co, '· W«l Fork, Ark. Attend The Opening Rally In Person or Tune-In t Mon., June 30 8:00 P.M. STATEWIDE NETWORK I K E M U R R Y for GOVERNOR--Opening Address Entertainment',! Grand Ole Opry from Nashville!! Come in and SEE the BIG D I F F E R E N C E t h a t p u i s ABC- '-MAT1C far ahead of other washers. It's smoother, (cutler, quieter, more efficient) S M I T H RADIO APPLIANCE Including Th* "Duk* of Paducah," Martha Canon, Ken Marvin, Th* Colonels of Corn, Just Returned From New York Big Show! * NORTH LITTLE ROCK HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM · + Watch For The "REAL" Arkansas Highway Map! Pol. Adr. Paid by Jim Bland., Campaign Dirtctor, Walnut Ridge. the relaxed evenings, the once important columnist who in his old age has become the newspaper's librarian, the veteran high school teacher who has seen his patient at the Thornton and Minor Hospital Koine. 911 East Linwood j " " c ;"'. 1 Blvd., Kansas City. Mo., will b e ! J,u lallccp Hospital Tuesday. He had suffered heart attack recently. He made Callison-Sisco am- Wafer, Sewage Group Meets In Bentonville HUDSON REPAIRS A SPECIALTY See BOB HALL for a Free Estimate on this Popular Car. W H I T E I E Y ' J G A R A G E Oj"»« ·« School k Mountain Water and Sewage As- m e m b e i s held t h e i r l l n n t T meeting in B"n- Wednesday ni q |,(, n l j,^ 't room of the Massey Hotel, three members . ." . line f i o m I i t l l o j lock, four from S p r i n g d a e five ion, Kayettcville, and !Wf,,,m monthly Attend,,,,; W( .,. 0 ion, Bcntonvill,.. home in two weeks. Willie Holcomb ninctc a t r i p to Tulsa over the weekend. Mrs. Henry McClehmcl ;md Mis. jj 1 .^ Robert MeClcUmd of I- spent the day Tut-sd;iy W. Hritt home. The Janissaries, 1 ? "TM- v of forming tho T u r k ^ f r o m !thi i Mnsicm f a i t h . Ftretnrn Rrcrivc Moarr ' Holers - (Special) - 1'he nosers ; Fire Department received $-.] ^02.10 as the city's share of :i state j lax on f i i e insurance premiums, i earmarked to pay pensions to retired firemen, f r o m the state. treasurer t h i s v.-oek. | An iron blade, probably 5,000 ' years old, has been found in one of the Egyptian pyra.nids. ' WE BRINC YOU GOOD NIWi A MIGHT NEW SPIRITUAL ERA IS HERE I n l r n d n c i i i R tile Now CHURCH OF I I . U ' M I N A T I O N SOUI, SCIENCE P H I L O S O P H Y ROSICRUCIAN PHILOSOPHY TRUE AMERICANISM STUDIES Prrh.-ips you might likf lo know n:nre ;ttnul our virws. Free inlor- in.ilion. CLYDE L. IARR Ph«n« 11U.L-2 Ftytlltvilk emhers Holing The three M e n t o n v i l l e *"· Alvln S,.,mMer. .1. P. and Walter Crimes. A l l h i i u i : h some inwels now have ree p a n s ol less, i- is 00 i lcvcd I h a t t h e i r remote nncestors m a n y pans. had THE TEE TABLE 2 Miles South on Highway 71 NOW SERVING FOOD · Our Specialty: Big Boy Sandwiches DOU.V* tfrrk hum burner wn ohd mir *prciil homo-innik i n c l t t d c h f c » t , Irliucr. pirklft "The King ol Double Deckers" Come Out and Try One! G.nuta« Contri ·Dtllclout Birbicun · A Li Cirli Ordtri · Ml DrUkt ··Ht CURI SERVICE Opn t fM. Cnrr Dty Cxn»l Syii4iy The Whole Family Will Enjoy A Drive-In Movie Tonite K8 MI rum JAMS n.pjiTIHiaillMT)IIIS! Now *AYC Arrow-Streaked Adventure! Bullet-Scarred Story Alio: N ev7» It Color Carlson 6 UTUtDiV 10:00 a.m. Doori Optn 9:30 a.m. COME EARLY Color Cartoon. and a real funny 2-reel comedy! Adults SOc Kiddies 25c And LOOK What's FREE! A Cold Bottle of N E S B I T T ORANGE for *ach of you attending this thow C'mon dawn to the OZARK Saturday Morning and Join in the FUN! THE AULUM -- Story Tip -- MENACE and LOVE-MADNESSl TREASURE, » PLUNDER and LUST! --it was ol! around them- A dead man's curiously twist* ' ed smile, a still-heard echo in a hidden catacomb, a glowing bed of fiery jewels! Here treasure- hunt flared into man-hunt! Starts Saturday UARK A C-O-O-L 76" ALSOI "UNCLE DONALD'S ANTS" - NEWS Mara iilaru PALACE r/\l-«\*K Ncw Showing Roy'i riding htrd on rujtlert t Song! Roy Rogers DALE EVANS "HOME IN OKLAHOMA" and *AYC RICHARD ARLEN "FORCED LANDING" DrtYAI TONITE R W T A L SATUR SATURDAY Tito OUIZAR Virginia IRUCE "STARS and GUITARS" with ROY ROGERS · AND · ·AYC A million dollar* In lawlm looH 1. 9

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