Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1969 · Page 28
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II · NwMiwMl ArlwiMM TIMII, WM!., April 14, 1M9 NATURAL BRIDGE--"Perdue" Black Patent, Wite, and i.ilinum with Camel Smooth Calf ISON'S SHOES Presents a first in Fayetteville FIRST STARRING ROLE . . . Michael Douglas Son Of Kirk Douglas Joins Stars' Offspring In Films By BOB THOMAS Associated Press Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - - A d d Michael Douglas to the ever- growing list of movie stars' chil dren who are making it in films. But don't try to classify him with the others. "I didn't grow up in Beverly Hills, thank God." says the 24- year-old son of Kirk Douglas. "I could think of nothing worse than growing up in the richest city in the richest state in the richest country in the world. How- could you posibly preserve any sense of reality?" Michael Douglas is indeed a free-thinking lad. He speaks with disarming frankness about flunking out of college, about dabbling in narcotics, etc. He is his own man, as Hollywood is discovering. He also is an instant star, thanks to the recent CBS Playhouse drama. "The Experiment." He drew good notices from the telecast, as he did in a recent off-Broadway play. "City Scenes." Now he is starring with Arthur Kennedy and Teresa Wright in his first film. "Hail, Hero." which concerns father-son differences over long hair. Vietnam and other elements of the generation gap. Mike himself wears his brown New Search Planned For lost Minisub WOODS HOLE. Mass. (AP) -Alvin. the little lost submarine, probably will be the object of another undersea search this summer, the Woods Hole Oecan- ographic Institution said Tucs day. the miniature submersible which gained worldwide atten tion in 1!)66 when she was usec tr locate a missing hydrogen bomb off the coast of Spain, was lost Oct. 10. 120 miles s o u t h of Cape Cod. Alvin was in her launching cradle on the 96-foot catamaran Lulu when the rear cables on the cradle parted as she wa; being lowered into the Atlantic She went down by the stern. Three crewmen aboard caped. but Alvin slid 4.500 fee to the bottom in an area knowi us Hydrographer's Canyon. Search efforts were given up last November because of worsening weather. :air in the fashionable long tyle. though he appears to have lassed through the hippie stage, 'hat happened in his university ays. "I had been attending a prep ichool in the east, and the na- ural progression would have jeen for me to go on to Yale." ic related. "But I was ready for j change, as big a change as ossible. "I heard about the University f California at Santa Barbara, vhich had four girls for every lan. a beautiful campus on the cean, surfing, and all that, that vas for me." Mike went the whole route: :uru, pot. SD. His experience ,ith narcotics proved worth- i-hile .he believes ."because it aught me about rhythm in liv- ng. You know how some days ou feel dull and listless and ther days you feel alive? Ev- ryone has certain rhythms and sing narcotics helped me real?.e this." He says he is. no long r a user "because narcotics dulls the senses and you need he sharp edges for acting." He was so involved with mak- ng the scene that he failed to .nake his grades. Mike flunked out. visited his father on Euro lean locations where he worket IF. assistant director, then wen lack to school at Santa Bar lara. This time it was different. He casually joined the universil% drama'group "T never had the slightest idea of being an actor before: I guess I automatical^ rebelled at the notion". He 'onnd he liked acting, later per formed a couple of summers a a Watcrfnrd. Conn., theater. His career leaped forward with the CBS Plavhouse stint. 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Nationally known and worn 6y millions of women for generations, Natural Bridge is up to the minute in style, with years of comfort built info every pair, Stop in and see (for the first time in Fayetteville) this famous pair Natural Bridge and Audition shoes for women, You'll also love our newly redecorated store with shopping convenience built right in, including new wall-to-wall carpet -J , J S , J O i \,.J AUDITIONS RIDGE AUDITIONS comfortable pump P /'// town, bar none! · \ ! .,.. T .. v .. ni ^^^^^___ l ____ l ___^^__ NATNRAL BRIDGE--"Waldun Black Patent, Black Calf and Bone Smooth Calf. $17.99 s DAVISON'S SHOES, NATURAL BP^GE AUDTIONS DITONS 'ONS AUDITION--"Montego Bone Crushed Kid AUDITION. Beige with Ombre Crushed Calf !_"Moon" J U V o AUDI $15.99 A I U K A L dR D AUDITION--"Super" Camel .Smooth Call $15.99 t Focus On Fashion NATURAL BRIDGE--"So Long' White and Bone Smooth Calf $15.99 DAVISON'S SHOES Southeast Corner the Square, Fayetteville Open Monday Thursday 'til 8:30 p.m.

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