Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 31, 1952 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 31, 1952
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Showing Next Week At ' Fayetieville Theatres HIGH TENSION DRAMA, WESTERN ADVENTURE, NIGHTS OF DELIGHT AND GOLD COAST MUSICAL HEADLIGHTS MOVIE FARE KIIIK DOUGLAS TOPS CAST IN YEAR'S TOP DRAMATIC TKKAT! A sensational drama that had Broadway theatergoer!! uoh-ing Hud ah-l-iy lor :tlmi":t two yo'-u will he Rcncrfilint; Ionc3 excitement on the screen of the Ozark Sunday when "Detective Story" beein.s rollinc. SUrriiij,' Kirk Douiilas, Eleanor Parker .Incl Wlliam Bendix, ''Detective Story" concerns itself with a ronscicn- ' lions, but brutal, detective with n psychopathic hatred of crime, · vinir'ririiirn~A'e weakness mid immorality. When K-IHK DOUOLAS he learns Unit his wile his been involved with a cheap gambler and an unlicensed doctor whom he is trying to collar, his rage and torment drive him to a violent solution. "Detective Story" has been rated as 'Superior' 1 entertainment. ·^·|^P-- W^MM "'"AN IN THE SADDLE" is (DP ^^^^r ^^^F^^l western epic itarrlnt Randolph m^- ^iSr^ Scotl! ^r -x^a^^^Em · A " the wide «'"i |dci ' s ° f ||ic W" flB^HBI^^*i' · West is repo'rted to r · -Icfri" i i Scott's lalcst movie, "Man In The Saddle, in which he plays a small rancher who is jilted by a woman for a wealthy neighbor, -s loved by two women and the victim of ambush. A violent I'lid TUU r with gun-fights and fisticuffs said to be unmatched in the history of outdoor films. Filmed entirely in New Cinecolor, "Man In The Saddle" is lop-notch entertainment for the entire family. In it can be viewed the most inaccessible spots of the High Sierras .such as Portals Waterfalls, 9400 feet above sea · 'level. It opens next Wednesday at the Ozark. A WUKLII OF WONDERS IN "MAtHC CARPET" IN TECHNICOLOR SPLENDOR! A world of wonders and of HUH .Ilirills is depicted in Lucilie Ball's ·fewest' film. "MAGIC CARPET," , in color by Technicolor, at the ··Dark"- Saturday. Aceuitiinf! to advance reports, "The Magic Carpet'' contains slirh exolic ami aclionful elements as the flying magic cm-pet itself, hareni temptations, dungeon tortures, desert raiders and languorous nights oMove. Miss Ball, who -,T,'r;,,r;.M lias specialized in scatter-brained luclllt " u comedy, plays n scmictivc temptress, sister of the tyrannical C'aliph of Islam. The other important roles are filled by luscious Patricii Medina a"-l .!oh-i A v a r . "GOLDEN GIRL," Colorful-Musical nf Gold Coast l)ijs, at Vark Next Wednesday! "Golden Girl" is the song and dance story of the Gold Rush days, when famed entertainer Lotta Crabtree captured the hearts of llie mining camps and swept triumphantly to New York -,o storm Ihe heights of fame. H is the appealing, effervescent perlncss of this fresh, volatile new performer, Milv.i Gaynor, lhat stands out -among all .the riches of Golden Girl; supported by Dale Robertson, Dennis Day and .lames Barton. be j rauRements" had neen made In re- i Kard to a road project, he cancel- f od the,/irricr on the prnve! plant. I It was too latr to refuse the ] ::h(»vcl, he said--it had been dc- [ livpred. Filmed In colnr by Technicolor, "Golden Girl" li reported to «ne 'of. the top musicals ot 1952. "CATTLE DRIVE," slarrins Joel McCrea, and "CfiA/.Y OVER HORSES" with those irresistible rascals The Bowery Hoys open the week at the Palace Sunday and Monday. A mid-week treat, starting Tuesday, store for Palace patrons when .Judy Canova cors wild-west In her Litest film. "IIONEYCH1I.E." Ami, for western fans. Friday and Saturday brines "SUN VALLEY CYCLONE," starrins ,,,, , , _ . ., | Wild Bill Elliott, and Wayne Morris in "SIF.RRA PASSAGE," thiiilinc. When he rnntm-lrcl R. A. VIUIIK. adventure in the rujeed California mountains. |Jr.. ami C:hnrlr-s YOIIIIR, members ! ! "f the firm, about nnl f;rtlinfi t h e ! : road contracl they told him they i ' inifihl be able to jiet him a State i Game and Fish Commission job I lie ir C ' t a t k^ville. ho reported. "I told them I wasn't interested j n any more of their jobs," ron- ·luded Harrison, A4vtrftlM in the TIMES - It BEEF STEW HAND01PH 5COIT Hew Automatic Washer COME IN See the Automatic that Washes YOUR Way! TherovghlyWaslMS, Rinsit and Split- drift Now Available No Other Automatic Hoi All These Features I · AGITATO! ACTION -- t h e proved and p r e f e r r e d washing m e t h o d -- g e t s clothes really clexn. · WOND.R.DIAL gives you full control of automatic. 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Ark., mnd work. contractor who (ailed to obtain a I Hiirrisnn reported that whc hiplnvay contract, doesn't want ] found out- laic'' U'"t "utlurr anything more to do with state j -- -- -~^ · -jobs. ] Dextor Harrison testified brforn j the Arkansas Highway " Audit j Commission here yesterday abmil his transactions with a Fort Smith nqulpincnt company in hopes nf doing business with the Ilig'iway Departnient, Harrison, who had been lintorl as missing by the commission, said he wouldn't have appeared if tiie subpoena hadn't caught up with him. He said that lie purchased a steam shovel, an $80,000 gravel crushing plant and other equipment from n. A. Young and Company, I-'ort Smith, on rcprc- j scntation that the firm would aid | him in obtainint; some highway Choose your jeweler before ·liooslnc jewelry Beebe's .10-111 ^IdOHEY in 1 D*» «25 - *5O - '100 - 'HO or mort/ AH yam OX 01H!t CO//V£Ml£Nf fUNJ CASH. I Monmr P«T«I»IS " JIM j JIV.09 j JP,« j J6.9? OCXS ) J5J 9? ! f79.14 ) iZO,4i 1500 i J93.3? (41.34 ! $31.76 for holiday tfptcm, to cumulated b'Mtotrtftln today! Many budfet-wlH pltni to chooM from. MIPIM lint . . . fhtn c*m* in 103 N. BIOCK STREET Phoni: .3111 PUBLIC I.PAN 25 FREE PRIZES 's Guessir.c Contest Ends Saturday olgers Ib. 85 . a uo M V "O : 3lor23rt 2!or23 4 PALMOLIVE PALMOLIVE I wci fnd 9 °* ° f Yovr ?7( SUPER SUDS 1.1 TM So.t Holl ol Yo« Work /7l NO HIH5INO WtMO y AJAX T» Cleanser 2 CASHMERE BOUQ' 3 2 s? * » i__i Bacon . Hens.. DF -;Hb.49c SaltMeat,':: Ib. 19c Chick. Backs B ; b 38c Pic. Hams 7;' ib 35c Tomatoes, Ib ctn 15c ... Ib. 7c Texas Green Fresh Crisp Celery - . . silk 15c Large Grapefruit, 6 f or 29c Florida -- Medium Size Oranges.. Doz.25c ri A||DLADY50lbsS3.59 rLUUII ROSE 25 !bs $1.85 Sunshine Krispy Cracko, 2 Ib 55c Sunshine Ninth Pilows . Ib. 23c Hollendal Oleo . . . . Ib. 19c Armour's Large Boxes Perk Soap Powder Del Monte Corn, No. 303 can I3c Del Monte Peas, No. 303 can 19c Del Monte Catsup, 14 oz. bottle 1 Velveeta Cheese I Ibs, 79c Crushed Pineapple M °i N U" ISo Sliced Pineapple M °.i ';;: lie Pillsbury ^^ Cake Mix, pkg. 2ic Cudahy's Rex Pure Lard, 3 Ib Heinz or Gerbtr's Baby Food " Hales Pride Milk.. 2 c:: 25 Chum Salmon . ',,," 25

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