The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 6, 1960 · Page 16
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 16

Paris, Texas
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Thursday, October 6, 1960
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—.11—2 THE PARIS NEWS, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1960 Film Editor Critical Of Movie Content Now By BOB THOMAS AP" Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Strong) words about film content come i ers convention over Hollywood'; from Marlin Quigley .Jr., editor of Motion Picture Herald. lures Equal Sick Industry," the have one inevitable result—a dead Ions-time industry observer cited [ industry," said Quiglcy. concern at the recent theater own- > ^ e added that the sclf-censor- | preoccupation with the sordid and ! the sexy. Jn an editorial titled "Sick Pic- "Too many 'sick' pictures will ing production code is sick "because it has been punched full of holes" and so is [he administration of it because "there is no encouragement in high places fo do more tlinn keep people oul of jail for exhibitions that violate obscenity laws." Kim Novak is still playing il coy about a forthcoming marriage to Richard Quine. He says yes. She says who knows? Friends ex-xv pect it will happen, but Kim lake* a iong time to make up her mind. "Sunrise at Cnmpobcllo" makes an even finer film Ihan it did a play, since the camera allows some of the sweep and scope of the country during the early years of Franklin D. Roosevelt's invalidism. 11 is a tastefu] and only slightly partisan account of FDR's conquest of polio, reverently done, •ith high points of emotion. Ralph Bellamy's FDR is one of the super!) chnracterialions o( the decade, and Hume Cronyn's Louis Howe is also Oscar bait. A big surprise is Giver . Gurson as Mrs. Roosevelt, It is n warm, affecting performance though sometimes the high-pitched voice and facial transformations were disconcerting. pitch. That Is the portrayal of Ihe President's mother as the heavy. No doubt Dore Senary found grounds in history, but it seems n little rough on the old lady. Personal Service COLUMBUS, Ohio I/T> — Sign hore: "Kcal Eslaie. Ground lo Only one element seemed out of Order." Correction, Please On Indian's Moniker CASPER, Wyo. UP) - An Indian wns placed in jail hove lo spend (lie nlghl. He said his name was Left Hand Hull, T!ic following morning ho demanded his name be spelled cor- rcclly—Leflon Bull, if you please. The "Great Plague" 68,50(1 deaths in London in STAMPS) ISTAMPS) (STAMPS! ISTAMPS! JSTAMPSI isTAuoil :sTA"r>sj i STAMPS » JrW&Mlvl^U^ !^%ri^^ HURRY ON FOLKS, AND CORRAL THESE GREAT FALL VALUES! VAN CAMP--NO. 300 CANS PORK A BEANS SALERNO --1-LB. BOX ~~ CRACKER PIGGLY-WIGGIA 7 MRS. TUCKER'S 3-LB. CAN GRIFFIN'S RICH WINEY FLAVOR 1-LB. CAN PINEA LE JUI DEL MONTE 46-OZ. CAN S&-J4 GREEN STAMPS COST YOU NOTHING It's Our Way of Saying an Exfra Thank You for Your Pafronage EVERY TIME YOU SPEND A DIME GET YOUR GREEN STAMPS FRUIT COCKTAII DEL MONTE NO. 303 CAN 19 PINEAPPLE DEL MONTE CRUSHED NO. 2 CAN 25 SPINACH DEL MONTE NO. 303 CANS if IN! WHK STAMPS EYCTT Dq! GREEN BEANS Samps tory We<foe$4rr •TTTH rUBCHASE OT K~5* O« MOWC BANANAS G01DEN YELLOW FRUIT ....... LB. 10 APPLES ROME BEAUTY BEST FOR COOKING ... LB. OBANGES CALIF. BLUE GOOSE... 6/29 3 BIG DAYS THURS. — FRI. — SAT OCT 6—7—8 PARIS, TEXAS QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED BRING YOUR COUPONS TO PIGGLY WIGGLY RAIDER CUT NO. 303 CAN 10 EGGS UNGRADED DOZENS € FLOUR 25-LB. BAG PEACEMAKER SUN VALLEY • >A STICKS • SOLIDS — LB. OLEO 15 BISCUITS LITEFLUFF • BUTTERMILK • SWEETMILK Prince Albert TOBACCO 12-CAN CARTON KRISPY—2-LB. BOX CRACKERS 57 PREMIUM—2-LB. BOX CRACKERS .. 57 SWIFT BROOKFIELD SAUSAGE LINKS Contains Coupon GOOD FOR lOc ON DOZEN EGGS SAUSAGE SLICED BACON GROUND REEF ROAST J I tAl\ Choice Beef . ... . LB. 89* PORK CHOPS e 1 ;;;....' ... u , 49 JUMBO SHRIMP ;± ...... t.. 89' WHITING "fh G LB.15' MKT. MADE 3 LBS. $ FOR 00 DECKER'S KORN KIST Lb. ALL MEAT FRESH DAILY Lb. 3 Arm Round Choice Beef LB. SHOP P1GGLY WIGGLY FOR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES STA-FLO STARCH Qt. Vi Gal. 22 41 Silver Dust LARGE 33* GIANT 77* SURF LARGE 35* GIANT 83 d Camay Soap Reg. 10 Ivory Soap Large 15 Spic & Span 27' PIGGLY-WIGGLY LifebuoySoap Ivory Soap Medium 10 Ivory Soap Personal 4/29 COMET CLEANSER LARGE 170 GIANT 23* SPEAS VINEGAR Qt. 29 e COMET RICE 20' Mrs. Baird's RYE BREAD 22 C FresM King Edward CIGARS 2/15' Crest Toothpaste 69' SPEAS APPLE JUICE 29 c c Oak Forms Sweer MILK O1 c Gal - jT £• Jug Plus Deposit Sesa-Kraft Sesame Chips 39' Mrs. Baird's BREAD EARLY AMERICAN 25 Henny Pen Dog Food 2 Cans 21 C C R C K rx STAMPS- CRT EM 9TAM Pft

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