The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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f TUESDAY, AUGUST M, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THE —Courier News Photo HOSIERY DISPLAY—The new.hosiery and'foundation garments display case is located near the rear of the newly remodeled New York Store. This Is just another of the several new instp.Mations recently placed in the store. On the ceiling can be seen two rows ot flourescent lights which extend the entire length* of the building. The entire remodeling program cost about $50.000. Hope Given Fabulous Deal From. Paramount » B.v BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 29. (/!>) — Bob Hope, as good a wMSinessman as he is a wisecracker, hns negotiated a fabulous deal with his studio, Paramount. When I asked the comedian about reports he was talking a new contract with the studio, he replied, "The talks are over; everything's set. I'll do two pictures- a year, one as"a partner'and one participating In the profits." Hope's old deal called for three pictures a year (although he usually made two). Two were on straight, salary and one provided a split of the returns between Paramount and Bob Hope enterprises. The new pact means that he will have some share of tile profits on' alJ his pictures. Since Hope Is Hollywood's top 'box-office draw, the new contract will mean a lot of moola. His current film is "The Lemon Drop Kid," but could be called "The Greenback Kid." " . • Beutel to Stay West Jack Beutel will stay out west for his third picture. In "Best of the -Bad Men," his first film since "The 3utlaw" nine year's ago, he plays youngest of- the Younger bro- thers. Next he will be a half-Irish, half-Apache in "Half-Breed." Although lie is how 32, Jack looks no older than he did when playing Billy the Kid. , Ezlo Pinza says he has no pirns to play "South Pacific" In London for the simple reason that "nobody asked me." But he says he is willing to repeat his role if he has the time and if Mary Martin does her role In the London company. Pinza expects to rest after he finishes ".Mr. Imperium." His leg, which he injured in a horse fall on location, has been keeping him awake nights. Gertrude Berg, wno is iinishfng up the film version of. "The Goldbergs" in record time, was askeil which is harder, movies or television; She answered TV. Why? "Because" In the movies I don't have to worry about writing a new script each week. And I don't have to learn 30 pages of dialogue every week." Cups of Fame Susan Hayward and Dana Andrews will inaugurate the cups of fame when they appear on radio theater tonight in "My Foolish Heart." The theater has started the tradition of a rack • containing. old- waistcoat and jockey cap Winning combination for campus, for dorm, for our-of-tloors and on-ihc-go . . . crisp JACS, tailored" exactly like your beloved jeans, growing smarter with the addicion of waiscco.it and jockey cap. You'll b« the BWOC, the gal-in-thc-know when you show in a complete JACS outfit! And (he colors •—ummmmimmrmini —cinnamon, gold, ' Rsmc, navy and more! Sizes 10-18. a!! In wonderful corduroy JACS 5 95 waistcoax S" 8 cap Come to the Formal Opening of our Beautiful, Modern Store WEDNESDAY EVENING fashioned shaving mugs, each with 6he imme of a different star. The mugs are for coffee, not shaving. Byron Palmer should have an cx- 'ra thrill playing a lead In "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" at the Greek theater tonight. A few years ago. he was in the chorus at the samu theater. Then lie went to New York and scored a hit in "Where's Charley?" He's' (he son of Judge Harlnn Palmer, publisher of the Hollywood Citizen-News. Robert Ryan figures pln.ving "Born Yesterday" nl Ln Jolla Play, house cost him $300. He was paid a fast S50 for his work, plus minimum expenses. It sounds strange for an nctor to take a loss on a Job. but Bob says it's worth it. "rt'.s good practice for on actor to get back before an audience again," he says. Bill Holden and some friends bet a top movie magnate $500 that "Sunset Blvd." would turn a profit. Many movie biggies u'on't think the film' will be popular. But after the record grosses for the movie at the Hadin City Music Hnll. it looks as though they're wrong. Menhaden fish oil is used as a mcaihne lubricant aiul in leather tanning, aluminum casting and the manufacture of linoleum and oil cloth. ' • ""•AGE SEVEN Brewster HAT yes . . . THE For (lie sophisticulccl side of vour 'Kail wardrobe. Deliriously draped to enhance .vou. . .your new ensemble. In crisp hues. Other styles from =1.00 5.00 Your spirits soar in this winged wonder. Tiny hat framed with delicate wings... fluttering veil. Newest Fall shades. Other creations by Rrcwsler from 4.00 12.00 exclusive with us in Biythevil'e Feathery fanfare for Fa)]. In elegant iUer- rimac fur fell.. .ribbon band and edjfe. Dramatic cocktail veil. Other beautiful ha(s from -1.00 12.00 SHOWN AT OUR FORiMAI, OPENING WEDNESDAY 7:30-10:00 p.m. exclusive fashions at nationally—advertised As Seen in VOGUE As Seen in MADEMOISELLE TPOJPY HMI/ '" ' io be Lmvft and Lived in . . . Wonderful Wool Alpacas by •' *- V.^-*''''5%** I V' * •!>''*,* ' ,'"'' with prim be* and lace rwri g at S^clonon notthnp Sro^fi stn, wift, and btur S'ici 9 ^5 You're invited to our Formal Opening Wednesday night -- 7:30 to 10:00 Velveteen for autumn's busy days and festive evenings .-...i....

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