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January 17, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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4-- NOIITHWUT AMCANSAt TIMII, fayttnvllk. Tlmwloy, Jonu.ry 17, CRISCO libs.. 85c Powdered or Brown SUGAR 10 AIN COFFEE ,b 79 ADMIRATION Coffee, Ib.... 85* SUNSHINE CRACKERS, Ib. 3(K MIRACLE WHIP DRESSING.. ql.49 KRAFT DINNER.. 2 for 23 SPAM 49 DELMONTE TOMATO SAUCE 2for15c FRUIT COCKTAIL Yellow Bonnet No. 2'/2.... CELLO CARROTS, pkg. 17 FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES, doz. 19' FANCY CELERY STALK ... . 19 OLEO, Colored Quarters . . 19 CORN KING BACON . , Ib, 39 SWIFT OUICK FRY STEAKS 6for. . . . 95 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MISSION STREET GROCERY PHO Nl 117 Showing Next Week At ^ayetteville Theatres MUSIC ACTION AND DRAMA ON ENTERTAIN-; Taxpayers Find Refunds From Government Are Due, Some Equal To Several Thousands MENT BILL I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS" . Bong filled «plc. This tnntali/lnR imi.iirnl *t;ir- inc Doris Day inul Danny Thomas pens at tin- Ox.ark Sunday and ilayn Ihrii Wednesday. It ir, b.-iral on Ihe Hie and »on«« '( Cilia Kahii, Iho man whn penned fill tunes elunnn the era of X.les- rld musicals. The man wh'i ro.'.e rom Tin Pan Alley to liecnnH- fine f America's nee lunesmiths. Amoim Iho Knhn melodies hlijh- inhu-rl In the Mm are "Memories," Prelty Bnljy," "Nobody's Swecl- learl." 'Teinl Toot Tnnl.sie," "11 lad To lie You" and many, many , °° ra thcr.«. The New Year's Kvc prevue audience loved it. THE T A N K S ABE COMING" City Th« Anv.cUti-d I're**) Mnny ncwjipiipt'ls JKTOSS America ;irc wakcninf! surprised IHX- jKiycrs to what has been caMcc. "thi* hijiROSt jackpot in liislory." Hundreds of PCTMHIS are reading their paper* and find! UK ihal income* lax icfundp arc dun them, one- and a half million taxpayers entitled to a total nf more than $44 million. Most of the i'hccJtv are unclaimed because thn taxpayer moves and doesn't, fict his mall forwarder), or rlcalli intervenes and survivors don't know Ihe money is r!ur. And someiimr.s they aren't delivered bcfiaiL-c the liureau can't read the taxpayer'. 1 ", nnmc. ii:n M . I I L , mployed j MoyOf AcCUSed Of 215 due, r ., . . f Wir diam». This d r a m a t i c Steve Cochran and Marl Aldon open. 1 ; at the O/m'k Thursday and plays thru Saturday. mother. ' " T a k e Kussia," said another, ·'·I-IIF TAWI-C: Aril.- r-riMiiMr 11 "Can you inlH«ine those ehsraelers is 1 ! l !ribu r t« N t« s ih?L c ATM^.i« | y!''« '«"··""""«'" ; i "° "«"» c? " Division and itrptcls the part j 'Ilutni! three IfixpH.vcrs saw their plfiyod l).v thn United Si files A r - i names in Iho Now York Daily inured Km'ce in sniashii.fi Ihfl N-./is I News, nt the SicR/ricd line during World | Thfl WHr II. i;ome running Into thousands of dnllaiv. To some. IfjiHly' in need, ihr news is H life .^fiver. Otlu/i-s .^ce it .-is ,1 lo«3nn in Amerlriinism. "I'm KninR In pn.v the hiidc rent," iinid the wife, of nn unci welder, who received S2i;i due , ~ ... ylnce 1944. A New York hpntily ! btriKing saw her nmnc Jistrd, pni off tho j subway and wont home to wnke ncaumoiit, Cnlif.-f/h-Maynr G. her mnlhcr. Bolh v:cpl. They had! 11 ' Hamilton Roes tn (rial Kcbni- nccdcd the money--$100.41!--!o | a ''.v ' ! on t'h;ir«e.s o[ punchiim the Newspapcrmiin JHITIRS Jar^cr in Hie nose. Hamlllon pleaded innocent yesterday and demanded a jury trial. Jnoxnr, 33, siiiri Hie fld-ycar-old rnaynr liit him because nf H story h o ' w r o t e for the I3eaumont Ga- xetto. The story quoted Ilobert Bruce as yaying he resigned as chairman of the City Recreation film starring help finance an operation j The News evrn look an ad fur T A M I N G Mir C-MMI Nf- I lhr Ncw Ynrk Titnfl s to help pub- '1HE IANKS Ann C O M ! N O _ j , J c i M ,, s j^,,^ ()f nflmcs ^^ Is top entertainment really cnjny. UiHl you'll! S t t V E COCH«MJ ·MASK OF THE AVENGER" . . . Swiihbuckllng Itchnicolor idvtn- ur«. This Adventure film sUarrinK John Derek and .loity Lawrence jncm lit the Dark Saturday and lays thru Tuesday. Monte Cristo lives aiialn, Hunts n'galn nncl loves «galn in this Technicolor drama. Derek plays the purl of a ynung aptaln riurlnx th* Italo-Auslrian War and returns homo to find his thor dead and branded a traitor .» Italy. Assuming Hie sword of Monte Cristo, Derek wanes a one man war lo avenue his father's name and save his couirtry. There Is action and thrills tnrnuglmul the entire film, UAIIIC . . . Wednesday thru Friday . . . Unveiled before your very c-yi'H, i" beautiful colnr by Technicolor, the romance of mystic India In Kudyard Kipling's "JUNGM! HOOK" slnrring Snhll. PALACE . . . Sunday V Monday -- "SUDAN" starring Maria Monte/, plus "HEOTIMK KOR HONXO" with Donald nrngan and Diana Lvnn. Tuesday Ilirn Thursday - "LOST CONTINENT" starring 6-sar nnmi-ro. Friday Saturday -- "AHI/.ONA MANHUNT" star ring The RiiUHh itldin' Kids . . . also "LET'S GET TOUGH" with Leo Gorvcy and the East Hide Kids. I1OVAL -- Friday Id. Saturday -- Double feature -- "FUI.LKH MRUSH C1I1L" Blurring Lucille Hall and Eddie Albert . . . plus "KANSAS RAIOEHS" witb Audie Murphy. !(ins with refunds due to them. The names were obtained from Internal flcvonue Bureau record/. "The purpose of the campaign," the News said, -"is to dramatize tlie little-known fsel that these unclaimed checks exist." The bureau says there arc about YOU CANT FOOL A WAFFLE! fVCRY FOOD HAS Committee because he received no i cooperation from the City Coun- ! cil. Jaeger said the mayor asked him not to print tho story. Tn IfM? thrre v/crc xix income tax-returns filed \vitli the Bureau of Internal fie venue whose adjusted KIOSS income was at JcasL $5 million. MEADOLAKE GOODNESS Jmsjw!/ /D} ^ JOHN rt*tr. Lincoln Thf Women's Missionary Union mrt Tuesday nflt'i-nonn at the home of Mrs. M. L. Spnrkit. A projiiftm on faith \VHK prcsentrd. The. members seeded rolnrs for ru-p;ilnltnK «f Hi' 1 Sundiiy School rooms. \Vurk will w\ nndrr wny as jiuon us pospibh-. Ten members attended UH» nuM-linK. The in-xl meetin« of llur Rrutip will bu January '}.§ at 10 ii. in. nt tin- honir* oT Mm. .IrsKC Coleman. Thn proKiiirn will be on rommunily mispions. M'r. «nd Mrs. l,nwroni'C West mid children have moved to California. Mr. and Mrs. Harold 1'arkcr are vacationing in La Hnbrn, Calif. Mrs, Hairv Tbemcau, 1hc former Mrs. llarvoy Wck-hell and one-lime U'nchor in the Lincoln sfbools, has IKTII appoinlod to the family for the remainder ol the school term. Advrrllsr in the TIMK.S--It I»TV A Great New Home Appliance Itutpaint AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC SINK Present Stock at Old Pric* Dishwashir without Sink Available Built-in Dishwasher Saves 7 Hours a Week! ^ Juil l»4 II, l.uch Ih. Mm\ .nJ |.l Compl.l.ly .ul.m.tlcl V D.ukl. w.ihn, diuMi Hntil «nd diltt tllthti .l.ttilc.llyl V W«llM Jllhti, fUiiM, .ilv.iw.f«, pill ond p.n.l V PwfMnnl l«f w*tk iurl«c* «"d Miy fr*M-lH4lnfl LOOK TO HOTrOINI fOR THI riNIST-MIT AT Automatic Appliance Co. 1I-13N. ILOCK PHONE 133 MAKES IT BETTER, AND DELIVERS IT Lots of;5toned-up Sunshine Temple -- easy to peel ORANGES Ib. GRAPEFRUIT, 10 f or 39c The favorite breakfast fruit ORANGES . . Ib. 121c Large or small, fine for eating Florida Oranges, doz. 23c TO BRIGHTEN WINTER MEALS! Sweet Sixteen MARGARINE Ib. 19c CHEESE Swift's Gold Crest 2-lb. loaf lie For The Perfect Tuna Casserole Campbell's Mushroom Soup . . can 19l Starkist Green Label Tuna . . . can 35c As Advertised in MeCall'j and Ladies Home Journal Fresh Frozen Strawberries 12-oz. pkg. 23c Tomato Juice Kuner's, Full o' Flavor' 46 oz. 27c Libby's Grapefruit Juice A typical Shopping Center Value. 46 oz. 23c WE HAVE ENTRY BLANKS FOR PRIZE \ ONE MILLION DOLLAR STIR-N-ROLL CONTEST Wesson Oil 66',, Del Monte Pineapple sliced, flat can Del Monte 17c Pineapple crushed, flat con 16c Wortz Fig Bars 6 3 /4-oz. pkg. " 14c 1-lb. pkg. . 29c Gray Shopping Center RECIPE OF THE WEEK #fcy Jtejfyfc Meat Ball* with Noodle* 1 i lli.'ernnnil Ir*n 1 ' 't l.hUiPOOrn «««f !,,,[ ] '/i t«blf«p«o"« h"i '·' '. f.IP P.I Milk 1 c.r, rnndfn«rf i , -, lp ,(., .oli! vf BcuMr h«ip Mix mc.it, milt, crumbs, onion and ml: thoroughly. Dip h«nd» in wat^r, then jhnpf miitur*' into \1 small b*lU. Roll meai balli in flour. Hrown in jkillct in hot fnt on nl! sicl«. Drain off «ny Cue left in skillet, thui^nHd in is tn re of soup And w.itcr, Cover Put noodlri on plnttrr. Covrr w i t h mr«t hull* «nd lAUCf. Mflkei H »emnp%. Vn« Win AVrrf: P«t Milk, Ground B««f, Noodl**, Brood, Onion, Vogotoblo Soup. CHOICE MEATS Chuck Steak Round Steak u Sliced Bacon Sliced Bacon U.S. Choice Beef. An economical cut of beet .S. Choice--A thick cut of this to swiss for Sunday Dinner. Armour Fries crisp and Star doesn't curl Cudahy Excellent flavor Wicklow and easy on the budget lb.76c lb.98c lb.47c lb.39c your schools, churches iiud build y'onr community, by shopping with your home owned institutions. Wortz // you don't see it advertised, come on hy Thin Crackers . . j airly priced at your Ib pkg.. . 25c bo '" e ° u '" ed Center. feyttttvllto'i NtaM DhtiMtlv* OnMtt fw OwaHty, Cltanlinutt, CrnrNNf ·«* Vtlu *

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