Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 3, 1952 · Page 9
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January 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Shotting Next Week At fayetteville Theatres COMEDY, ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE HEAD ENTERTAINMENT BILL "KY FAVOHITE SPY" . . . Wild *nd wondtrful non»«ni». Thus laugh loaded film starring Hedy Lamarr and Bob Hope opens ·t the Ozark Sunday. Hcdy and Bob cavort through ilmost two hours of unrelenting fun in a wild and wonderful tale of a baggy-trousered buffoon who agrees to impersonate a dangerous foreign agent to help the Secret Service collar a big spy ring. Bob is funnier, saucier and more ingratiating t h a n e^er be- 'fore. If ynu're in the mnrkel for laughs, drop whatever you're doing and head for "MY FAVORITE ,SPY" at the Ozark Sunday. "TOO YOUNG TO KISS" ... Too funny to mitt! This d e l i g h t f u l comedy starring June Ally-son and Van Johnson opens at the Gznrk Wednesday. Van plays the role of a young concert manager who stakes his career on a girl whom he t h i n k s to be a child prodigy but who turns 1o be not only an adult but a headache, J u n e has the role of the youthful pianist who disguises herself as a thirteen-year-old in order to win an audition and finds keeping up the masquerade a sometimes hilarious, sometimes perilous job. TOP CASH PRKC FOR YOUR FURNITURE AT HILTON BROS. AUCTION HOUSE, PHONE 1770 CALE EVERY SATURDAY EVERYTHING IN PIUMMNO and SUPfUES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVE. "FLAME OF AltABY" . . . IOTI ind hlfh adTtfllun. This Technicolor adventure film stars lovely Maureen O'iiara and Jeff Chandler and opens »t the Uark Saturday. The slory deals with the efforts of the outlaw Barbarossa brothers to take over the kingdom of Princess Tanya, played by Maureen O'Hara, .following the mysterious death of her father. Jeff Chandler,--in the role of Tamerlane, snd Princess Tanya both .seek a wild black stallion. Jeff captures the stallion and wins n race with him and also MAIAHNO-HARA Maureen. "THE LADY AND THE BANDIT" .. . Lusty adrtnlur* and romanct. The fabulous story nf Dick Turpin starring Louis Ilayward and Patricia Medina opens at the Uark Wednesday. It is the utory of Dick Turpin, that remarkable vogue who combined the romance of Robin Horvl. the courage of C a p t a i n K i d d ami the daring of Jesse James as he rides, fights and duels his way IhrouRh a dangerous life as England's most sensational highwayman. "THE LADY AND THE BANDIT" is at the Uark Wednesday thru Friday. PALACK . . . Sunday and Monday . . Bud Abbot and Lou Cnslello in "ABBOTT AND COSTEI.LO IN THE FOREIGN LEGION" phis "BLONDIE" starring Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake. Tuesday thru Thursday . . . Robert Louis Stevenson's Masterpiece, of Terror . . . THE STRANGE DOOR" starring Charles Laughlon and Rnris K a i l o f f . . . Friday Saturday . . . "PALS OF THE GOLDEN WEST" w i t h Hoy nodgers . . . plus . . . "CASA M A N A N A " starring The Rio Brothers. ROYAL . . . FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY . . . DOUBLE FEATURE . . . "SIRROCO" with Humphrey Bogart . . . plus "SANTA FE" starring Randolph Scott. Suit Challenges LOUIS HAYWARD Four Bod if* Recovered Hong Kong-(/P)-The U. S. Navy today said the bodies of four crewmen were recovered today from an amphibious plane t h a t crashed and sank in 30 feet of water off Hong Kong Monday. Four survivors were expected to recover from injuries. KcarhM ARC'104 Bexhill, England-tf'j-Miss Lury Wilson, who was bombed out "[ her home three times in Wnrld War II, was J04 years old today. The* average Englishman Is rationed to only about 50 pounds of meat a year. Plan For State Alternate Programs Are Submitted By De Queen Residents L i t t l e Hock-f/Pl-The 'new plan for rodistricllng Arsa.isas to Hive Pulaski County three state senators instead of two has been challenged in the. state Supreme Court. ,Ic.-:s Pickens and G l e n n Garrison, DcQucen taxpayers, filed sull yesterday, subinillinB two alternate plans for rediscins the number of senatorial districts to 33. They said the redistrlrtins plan adopted by the .-.talc rrappor- lionment-board last month was not equitable. Following a previous suit by two , i'ulnski County t a x p a y e r s , the Su| nrcmc f'oiirt snid that population shifts slnre 1940 entitled Pulaski to at least three senators. The Reappoi-tionment Board, etmipo.-:- |ed of Governor M e M n t l i , Secretary or State C. G. H a l l and Atty. Gen. I k e Murry, Ihen adopted a p l a n submitted by McMath. The political sifinificame of the mil lies ill the possibility that. (II 35 state senators may be forced In run for office this year. If the adopted plan Roes through, 17 senators who were elected for four- year terms two years ago must run auain this year. The other 17 senators are subject to election this year, regardless of the adoption of the rcdistrlctina; plan. Pecan Meats, Ib. 89c ^ "1_a : rge Halves. So Nice for Solads, Candy and'All Baking KRAFT Sea Island Dressing 8-oz. lOc Pintl9c HERSHEY Cocoa, Ib can 49c HERSHEY Syrup i6-oz.tin 15c ENGLISH Walnuts, Ib. 29c Baby Emeralds Gerber Baby Food, 3 cans 23c Sweet Sixteen Margarine, Ib... 21c Swift's Peanut Butter, Ib.. 29c Swift's PREM, can ... 39c EGGS Doz. 49c Fresh From The Surrounding Country Gold Medal FLOUR, 5 Ibs . . 45c THAT'S RIGHT!!! Because--instead of "BAITING" with a few specials and limiting your purchases on those --we consider all your needs and odd a small enough profit so that you have no need to go from store to store picking up "bargains." JUST TRY THE SHOPPING CENTER AND SEE flOW MUCH YOU SAVE ON YOUR WHOLE WEEK'S NEEDS. THE HOME-OWNED STOR'E SUPPORTING Y O U R - S C H O O L S , CHURCHES ANO COMMUNITY. FRESH VEGETABLES Large Firm Heads FREE FREE FREE ONE LARGE 20* LOAF OF BREAD Included Free With Each Order Of $5 Or More This Week-End RICE'S For Sunday Dinner A Choice Plump FRYER, Ib. . . 53c Cut Up -- Pan Ready for Real Breakfast Enjoyment SAUSAGE, Ib 53c You Haven't Tried The Best Till You've Tried Rice.s SALT MEAT, Ib 23c BACON SQUARES, Ib. . 23c SHORT RIBS OF BEEF, Ib. 45c Have You Though! What Made FAYEITEYILLE the Prosperous, Desirable City If Is Today! The Answer Without Question Has Been The Combined Efforts Of Your Lettuce each lOc CAULIFLOWER Large, Snow White Heads Ib. 12V2C Big Golden Bunches California CARROTS 2 bunches . . 15c Firm Red Ripe Tomatoes, tube 19c Favors Economy . !n U.S. Army Washington- (If] -H»pr«i»nl«tlv« Norblacl (R-Ort) aikfd the Army today why It putl suspender buttons on unlformi and prohlbiti the wearing of iuip«nderi. The button complex, Norblad slid, wai called to hli attention by a constituent who claimed it doesn't make sense. The constituent said his son. an Army man, told him about the buttons (or and the ban afthul failures. With an Army of around Z.OOO.QOO men, Norhlad said, there art approximately 12 million inspender buttons going to waite. Norblad said he had called thli to the attention of Army Secretary Pare in the hope tha f some small economy m i g h t be achieved. Incorporation Article! Filed By Barrack's _Artlclt» of incorporation for Independent Merchants Poullrymen Attention We Pay A Premium For Eggs CwVrrGty ttfM WNM u Try The Best In Bread THIS COUPON WORTH 8c Toward Purchase Of A Loaf Of PEPPERJDGE FARM BREAD S Present to Bakery Counter niiiiniiimiiiiminimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiMMiiiiiiiiii iiniiiiiiiiiHHmmiiimfT Barrack'* Furniture Company,! each. Iti MMrfMtt Inc., flprlncdnle, were filed yes- [ Street, - . · terday with County Chrk liny A . I Officers of the iWrporitioH «r» Scott. The document wai a clupll- 1 IJ»»" '· Barrack, prwMfnt; esl«. of one filed the rame- elny j Mr«. Eugenia S. Burrtck, .Tic* with Secretary of State C. G. Hall president; and S, H. Barrack, Me. In Little nock. The firm listed an rotary-treasurer. _ authorized capita! f.O'.'t of 2,000 ~* ·hares with a par value of 5100I *ttHt«« hi UK TUHg-- II HM. CUP AND SAUCEK IN MQTHIR'S OATS "Aiwr-ft*" Mi* Otauw«r« by Anchtr Htckitif Irtiidr trcry hi ft tquife pitkiftc of Mother*! OKI you get tvilutblt, uwful premium. Actually · tionlilt value rwciuie money cin't buy · finer quality, more ilettcioui, more oou/iihing ocimttl thin Mother'i Oitil Stftrt now to jtlre your family thl* good, hot, »t«my-iniootri otimeil tvcry morning. And «*t famoitt "Fir«*K!nt" Cap* mid Aiurrrt. or Aluminum Wire, "Wild Amc" pitrern Chini, or Ctrnlvi! W»rc. Buy Mnlhcr'l Oat* todtyl MOTHER'S OATS-o propel ·/ THt QUAKl* OATS COMPANY SAVMOR WORTZ THIN SALTINE CRACKERS GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS ib HOLLANDALE OLEO CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE PINTO BEANS 49 * 23' 25' 29c HOSE BUD MATCHES.. 6 Boxes 38c SUNSWEET PRUNES ,."',,, 45e SEEDLESS RAISINS, Lb. Box . . 21 c hi MNh bum Shjli Corn .. . 19c DelMtnft Spinach*' 17c SuniMne He. 2V, (an Pork Beans 15c MEATS Irtscenr BACON, Ib. 37c Armour Crescent Arm or Chuck ROAST ^ 69* Freth Ground BEEF,lb..59c Holes Pride Apple Butter, qt. . . 25c Sunsweet Pineapple Juice Nc °an 2 13c Star Early June Peas N ° Ca3n03 3 for 28c Morton's Sugar Cure, TVi-lb. can . 89c SAVMOR FOOD STORE 230 Mill St. W»4« D. SkMkHfort Ml PMri A. Walker, (hram Ml

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