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July 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Cowboy's Movie Popularity Facilitated By TV Programs :\ ! - i ; i t iv.fivie we.-trrn By BOB THOMAS ' A u t r v ,-:, Hollywood - Wi - rjnne A u t r v . are in a s l u m p . v h* h« made a f o r t u n ar . .· · The,-,, r a v e hccn to., mm- hie. rroonm* cow-poke, is h n v m c a b u doet western.-, w i l h .stars' l i k e loud last lauch at the people who f b r k G a b l e nresn-v Peck , i r h n yowled when he went i n t o tele- '" . . . . . . ' · vision films. Theater men had protested that he would ruin himself with the f i l m houses. But the cowboy's p o p u l a r i l v in (h theiters doesn't s"e m t-j h a v e diminished. He is currently f i l m - ,'',' - , ' ing "Winning the West." our of '.'^ six feature;, he plans to make t h i s ,/,, year. He figures his audience bar JJ," 1 ' ° r ni3rlr . e greatly increased because o! TV. ' '" "I'm getting a lot more m a i l from the hie cities l i k e ].o$ Angeles an-l New York.'" ]-n s'-iid. "I never had much of a f o l l o w i n g In thff his towns, because my pictures never got much of a pi s v there. But now the big city k i d s see me on TV." I n c i d e n t a l l y , since television, |,i ? mail is a lot harder to read: il now comes from a ynuneor audience. 2« half-hour TV sho\vs. weekly radio srnw. four other TV series and m a n a g i n g his extensive f i n a n - c:a! h n M i n q s . I asked him if he ever t h o u g h t of rclirinf as a performer. W.iyne a n d K i r k !-em"i. "\.ilur.-.llv. t h i s c u l s in'o 'ho p l a v m ? t i m e of the program wesle-rp;. ''Tint ''ic r , i , i « r a m western field i.-, hciTr pnv... hecniise it ha-: i h i n n e d n-i. Roy Hnsers i - i - ' i « no-v. nir are Tim Starr"!!. N'nw I v f n - ) r r c n i i l n r series ·raysc'f ,| C o l u m b i a . Rex Al'en 3nd Rockv i, : ,,,p 3 | Kep"blic and .lohnny Mat-It B,-n...-n at Mono- sram. n i l l K l l i o l t jr m n k i n c some, hut I don't t h i n k i t ' s a '-cries. "Hut it has bappeperl t h i s wav : sirnnn-.p I o t l ^ h t to." he I C - icd, "But I'm docconed if I .1': KJ.U !i i w o r k i n g . " A b o u t t h i ; t i m e of year ,,. be ob- . c " "-roilR for a c o l u m n i s t . He s t a i t ? A , ,',,.,,, , ' r rnl ' Charter Ho. 7346 HEPQRT OF CONDITION OF^THE FIRST NATIONAL District No. I 8 7. I I . 12. 13. 14. 15. Cash, balances w i t h other banks, i n c l u d i n " re.c r -e oalanee, and cash i t e m s in pro-«, ,,' ,. n iin-in, United States Government obligations, direct and Obligations of States and p o i i t ^ a l s i i h d u j- ions" Corporate stocks ' i n c l u d i n q SIB.SPO stock of Federal Reserve b a n k ' Loans and discounts l i n e l u d i n c sir,? =,s o v e r d r i f t - B«nk premises owned S20.nnn.on. f u r n i t u r e and '' fixtures J20,onn.on Other assets "· ~_ TOTAL ASSETS.. Demand deposits of indi'vidunls. partnership', and corporations .. T ' m corporatic,n- 0f i " divi;1 ' nls '" Partnerships, and Deposits of United .States Government l i n c l u d i n * p n F i a j saving*' SfL 0 ' 1 ;. 5 _°I *^ f anri I 1 """TM' subdivisions..: ?:.', 7-10. '^13.72 s p l i t l i r c i n f i n i t i v e s r i g h t d o w n t h e m i . - i f i l e . The keys nn the type- w r i t e r jam. He puts the carbon paper in backwards. He calls M a r i l y n Monroe on the phone and gets Percv K i ' b r i d e . So ii's t i m e to lay o f f for a va- e.HHi .trek Qui»i. and Jim Bacon "·ill kei'O you informed n n Hollv- w"od m i t ' e r s while I bask in the Fnilhoa sun. West Pork Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sperduto and ; son, C a r v . r e t u r n e d Tuesday from ' A l b a n y . Mo., where Mr. .Sperduto preached a t the Presbyterian c'-urch .Sunday. Rcrl Clark r.f T e x a r k a n a is v i s i t i n g his mother, Mrs. Fllen C l a r k . i!i^- week. Mr. and Mrs. Drwey W a l e r f i e l t l and c h i l d r e n left Wednesday for V-.'anon. where they w i l l -.pcnd i sevei;,] days w i t h Mrs. U'.ntrr- fieid's m o t h e r , Mrs. C a l i i e Savase. : Thev v.-ill also visit Jlr. W a l e r - fiel'i's m o l h r r . Mrs. R a l l y Turner. ' Mr. and Mrs. Shorly V.'hitf and ·-"!. Can-, of .Sprinsjdalc sppnt \Vcdri.-sd.-i.v v i s i t i n g in the home \ of Ml'S. Isaac Caudle, Jr. i Mrs. .Stella nobmson has as her her brother. Much Dickson ABOUT WHAT YOU LOOK L'KE AN' KEEP SOUK EVE ON TH' PLATE.' THAT "FORM" BUlNE?j COME-?. / SEc'OMP. WOT y Electronic Brain Used By American Airlines . i i i n l i o n dnllir rltctmnie hrjm t o ' h s n d l e its ruervaiion, at La ralli · day. Tht New Y o r k - M V A m e n c a n A,,J ""^'",.^2 » a ,, t h e "-hine. ^^ffli^fcrTnlyf "^ inn. r a t h e r t h a n the reverse. Ci.-- .,- /"Y., - _ The (iravest crime of which the I J l O r e L/WnGrS yount iTir-n are guilty. Is, I'm sure, thouKhllessness. They p r o b a b l v i t h i n k you enjuy having them around so m u c h ; in t r u t h , it's a much happier feeling to he overburdened w i l h a t t e n t i o n than to be nonleoted. ; Surely your children aren't so obtuse that they can't he con- Take Day Off j Without Loss West M d t o n , N. Y.-M'i-Mr. a n d ' Mrs A n ' h o n y Young forgot In lock I h e door of t h e i r cenpr.il store 1 619 r BO 02 ' of Brn-.vnvil'c Texas I , « P I S , .nu.iii ' ''""' r - 'I*' 1 ;'- ·-·" ··" .""" 113111* 10 me e x t e n t I Mr. and Mrs. R u c l l Woods and . t h a t you h u r t t h e y o u n p people's f.aur.Wr-r Reverly, are spending i feelings. You will he the loser in fa,i I P" · r- · ' W o n d ' s ! ' h a i case. Be t h a n k f u l for vnur f a t h e r at P r a u i e G.ove | children's confidence, for the jTM,,. Mr and Mr-.. Ede.ir .lohns and , pines* of h a v i n g your crandchil- ,, , ,, - - j '"",' G ^'' hs , ve , movllrl " Fayetle- . rtrn,, near, and for b a v i n ? t h e "p- ..$'n,iOJ.202.oi v i l l p . ^ h e Johns formerly ran | p o r t u n i l y of being -v,rt nf ,i u !' r M)ai..j s Cafe. ^ i crnwing up. n m i n g R r a n r l p a r e n ' s f-,',887,614.24 ·" i * | are a blessed p a r t of a ehj], vinccd of your desire for more u . . privacy: However, plense don't in- W h P I 1 t n r y Ml m * onr - la - v l r i P- '' '· sist on your rights to the e x t e n t Ifi.."nn.no 3,023.385.16 40.000 00 224.77 When they c;une back, t h e y found i money in s m a l l piles on t h e conn- : ter and cash reci.-.tpr. Customers | ; had m u d n i h c i r purchases and l e f t '· the right cbaiiRo. An o u t s l i i n d i n c flnvnr- Junce's n o r n a n Meal Hread. l l - l l i - t f -- J,S63.75fi.0.i 17. r 19. 23. C 24. TOTAL L I A B I L I T I E S V- Capital Stock: C A ' M T A L A' ; TMt:NTS 5B . s,,,I' Ccmmon 5 "" :k ' lnl;i1 r" lr S2s".0"o.f)o Sn.O'Ki.no $!),720,22fi.46 29. 30. Undi^·ided Reserves __ profits " TOTAL CAPITALAC. COUNTS TOTAL L I A B I L I T I E S AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $10,501.292.01 . , MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes T y ) - - r i [ i n s ! a 't rf Arkansas. County of Washington, w: ,. 31 Sworn to and subscribed before me t h i s ?nd day nf .Tub- 1953 », ,, . M U R R A Y F. LEWIS, Notary Public My Commission cxniros Dec. jn, inr.i. V l t c Bitckner Mr. and Mrs. Vernon B e l a t p en- Roy Olh'era of F a y e t t e v i l l e ; Mrs. j.lohn H i n k i e . Mr. and Mrs. Uert flowers. Mr and Mrs. Frank , Brariv. Mr. and M i s . ~len H a l l , all of Bnrkner, and Miss Kreda K i n c cf fllkins. The Rev. J a k e Drake of Fay- i n ij.i.0 .1. . o l t ! ' v ' l l p ' v i i l ''e ?uest m i n i s t e r at ibn.'nnixnn i ! h B u r k n er Baptist C h u r c h Sunday m o r n i n g and evening. Fourth of ,luly weekend cuesfs of Mr. and Mrs. C l a u d A t k i s s o n ,ire Mr. and Mrs. Lester Atkisson and daughter, Marsha Sue, of Rogers. The F r i e n d s h i p C l u b w i l l meet at 2 p. m. Tuesday w i t h Mrs. Cordin Drake. DOROTHY DIX _ moM PAdT Fffu-* unexpectedly, n n d are interested In vnur i m;ikp i n q u i r i p p a h n u t mrlil.innp. h r r i l a g o ; d o n ' t deprive e i t h e r t h e g r a n d c h i l d r e n or yourselves of t h i s privilege. GALLON Vanilfa Ice Cream 63c Im. Hear! 784,nn.S nr f l i n n r r u f f i n e n t l y -"lfnre In H E \ V V MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hofchery r, n. *,* in u, MI» HEARHtfi AID! "ROYAL" ·nd"SUrflt. $1 '75 - ! C«f*rtf if ··OUT FINISH if ·OLDIN FINISH io.D»r itruiH nfnuet DIXIE RADIO Phont 1242 Bill Bush's Road Program As a candidate for county judge. I feel that the people of Washington County should know the details of the road program I have planned, since county highways are of major importance to us in every way. T h e program 1 have laid out has three important parts -- blacktopping, securing federal aid for farm-to- market roads, and continuing the present fine program of building permanent concrete bridges. Blacktopping is almost unknown to Arkansas counties, which have always depended on the state to provide paved roads. 1 do not believe it is necessary to depend on the state to such a great extent. True, we cannot launch into a n y . major program of blacktopping -Washington County's road income won't permit it. But we can certainly hard surface some parts of the county road system, selecting stretches that are heavily traveled and important to farm economy. The federal government has a program under which financial aid can he secured for paving important farm · to - market roads. We cannot hope to match federal funds for any county-wide paving project, but we should certainly be able to take advantage of this assistance for smaller jobs. The program of replacing wooden bridges with permanent concrete structures started by Judge Witt Carter should be continued, and I intend to continue it. The old bridges need work every year, and tie up crews who should be working the roads. With more concrete bridges, these men can get back to full-time work on the highways. Sincerely, Bill Bush Candidate for County Judge Politic!) AdT«rlli«m«il Pild For B T Bill Imh, Kaut i, Un»l«. Ark. f ARKANSAS RALLY! JACK HOLT for GOVERNOR FAYETTEVILLE CITY SQUARE TUESDAY NIGHT July 8 JACK Hflll SPEAKS AI 8 P. M. EHIERTAINHEKT STARTS AT 7:30 P.H., FEATUDIHO WAYNE RANEY Charlie Dial and Cindy 'STST SPEECH BROADCAST OVER KGRH and KBRS (hlificil AtartiMiMiH P*M Fir by N. W, ArhMsn Jxk M Nr Gt*m« CM-lrMk U*m, SMiril Harmonica Wizard From Grand Ole Opry, Composer, Entertainer and Recording Star.

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