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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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VBTMKANSAI TMMt, MvetttvM*. Ark***-* TtiurMby, March «, 19S1 wing Next Week At ifetieville theatres ·VINTURI, DRAMA, ROMANCE HEAD ENTER _,TAINMINT AT FAYtTTIVILLE THEATRES TW« WILD BLUE.\YOHDIEJI/* : iig«ji«---;~- --..-· . . . . . I FORCE TIMES. .;..··. ·· ..,-.'·· . ' - - · · ·i-A top service epic-which prc- Muti- an exciting composite of MiM realltm; hignly entertaining ·r»*»nces,' gripping suspense and pictorial tpeclacie. It's n stirring into of a (font bird which emerged ill(M«nly from its eggshell and went into battle before Jts wings jSjfcre dry,. · · . J/The story traces the colorfulhis- 1ory ; of-World War n't greatest Wfd'of battle from its Inception,., ·which was once labeled a prepoi'-'' .teroUJ Air Force (amble, to the .·*»v«»Uting long range bombing rw» on Japan, in a moving story of.action, courage and fortitude. ,, '.:-Wendall Corey and Forrest'j 'Ticker'portray rugged B-29 com- .rnanden, men of iron nerve and quick wit, Vera Kalcton portrays 'the glamorous nurse,that the*; two men fight for.'"Wild.Blue Von 'der" starts it the Orark Sunday. "Elib OF THE HIVEH," FILM OF FRONTIER FURY AND GLORY The greatness--the glory--thi fury--of the untamed northwes' frontier Is shown in color by tech. nlcolor. , . It Is (he ruc»«i-l Bonier story ol the first wagon train Into the wilderness of Oregon' In the middle 1880s and. was filmed against the background of famed Mt Hood. - · .-.,-. This turn presents the hardships of winter, the lack of food, the trouble: caused by gamblers m^_. · . . . ,, r, - trouble from, the gold rush fever, ;**nj Indlaiu, thlefs and nature's own barriers in the frontier country t -TO.caittt headed by James Stewart, the man who is hired to guide ·*·---on.train.through its many hardships. Julln AdAms, as the daugh- wpf.the pioneers; carries.the feminine lead. Arthur'Kcnnedy ... -. *«llon««r turned gambler. "BEND OF THE.RIVER," a picture !4rUl« young and old alike, starts at the Ozark Wednesday. tf; · . j in» ,«-.·! vr be. :A G A I N S T OTtARA,"POWERFUL COURTROOM DRAMA. : -'The ttory.'.of a criminal lawyer ,who i* convinced, that hU client la Innocent of « murder charge, but finds hit' case -going against Win and, in «'weak moment, at- tanpta to bribe a vital witness. How M vindicates himself and iracki down the real murderer-at tt« cod of his own life, "makes for ·*( absorbing drama which shifts ·Bom courtroom to varied colorful fiBMioni in New York City. SBpencar.Tracy returning too the Apd of/:. straight drama never «ak« a^falfe move In his grlp- fWc depletion of a man who finds fj**f. to eraie the only blot on his Mlliant career. Pit O Brlen, a po- H**mih torn between his long Amndthlp for Tracy arid' his duty ttuib new boat. John Hodlak as a live District Attorney, and Diana Lynn playing Tracy's devoted -nr. "THE PEOPLE AGAINST O'HARA" begins at the Uark '"HONG KONG." TIMELY ADVENTURE THRILLER OF THE FAR EAST* Greed, intrigue, violence and ^m^$8®^ nlcolor drama that will; open .at ·rrjni i 1 . , , , v r - , .fceautlfulg I and ah orphaned Chinese boy who meet on a life or death Journey from .the Interior of China, to the country's lost free city, "HONG KONG," , - ' . A million dollar Jeweled Idol that the boy Is carrying serves as . the peg of the plot md when iho ·dventurer tries to spirit it way from him, he unwittingly tips hi? hand to « band of : oriental-cut-throats, which ittarts a:series'of cx- -. citing escapades that provides a thrilling climax. Qentpnville ;L% d w a r'd i White, Benlonvillc Hifh School';athlete, Is in Hot 8prln|! Uklnf preliminary phy- aical and mental entrance examinations for the United States MI1I- tery Academy at West Point. X-T 1 * 6 --E.V-A, Martin Machinery. Company of Joplln gave a dinner Jor 05 owners.nnd .operators'at th«v Ltfion Hut Tuesday night. Movl*i, : 6n preventative ·mainte'- . nance were shown. The company ftHlhqldt a ·similar meeting in Fayettevillt; Mafch 11.; , ' 'Mrs.YCralf., Rosborpugh . was eiected president. of the -P.E'.O. at 4- r m«etirii v hel(! at the horn* of. Mln Jessie Pierce and Miss Laura £»»rc« Tuesday night. Other ;of- fitm elecfed were.Mrs. Paul Gll- U»(n,.'vlce president; Miss Ermn Ad«m»on, corresponding secre- taiy; Mist'Ela Craig,-treasurer; Mrs. Mary .White and Mrs. Nell fitkiai, ' band : members. Miss P»uline. Glll!»m and Mrs. Marie Enfield were chosen delejiales- to Uft state convention (o be held In F«t Smith in April. .Mrs. Nell Piekens and-Mrs! Ruth Wharton wiwe chosen alternates. .,The Benton County home dem- pnJtratlon ajenl, Miss Mabel Kint, attended the fifth birthday |W(ty' Of the Slloam Springs 4-H Club'at Siloam Springs Tiics- d«y nlfht. Walter Guthric, club IMtor, presided over the meeting. Mjir Ihwkf Kcnnled . Free Terrltory-Wj-Ncw carlh shocks--believed to be |n Japan--wcfe recorded ; by the sclsmogi-aphs of Trieste's observatory early today/ . COP WHO PICKED HER UP VISITS 1OU ANN! lOtRS, 4, In a Chicago hospital with four broken limbs, never forgot tht gcnlle policeman whu picked up her crushed body, even though ih had to undergo brain surgery. After lapsing into a coma ah« kept crying out for "Ted." So here he Is. Ted MHncr, visiting with her. She recognized him instantly. (Inlcraallonal Soundfhalol CLAIMS COSTLY LODGE 'FOR BRASS' MP. Mf ftmON (D), Tennessee, checks to act If anyone Is "at homo" in the hunting lodga near Fredrlcksburg, Va., which he charges la used by top U. S. Army gcnerala at the taxpayers' expense. The lodge Is located at A. P. Hill Military reservation. Button told the House the JW.OOO lodge waa built for personal use of U. Gen. Edward H. Brooks ' r1 0| ·*· S« on i Army, Fort Meade, Md. (Intemattomil Get handy KIKHtN UJENSILS IN MOTHER'S OATS* Every hi* squire pickaxe of Mothcr'i OKI offtrt m exciting double value! Deciuie money can't buy i finer quality, more deli. clou.1, -or more nourishing - oatmeal thin Mother's Oati. And packed In every packige you'll find a valuable, useful premium such ai aluminum kitchen utensils, famous "Fire. £i"R - glass cup and .nucer, beautiful "Wild i Rose" pattern china or gay colorful Ca'rni- val Ware. No waiting! No coupons! No money to '·rndl Jiiiit ask your grocer for Mother's O«ts with Premium, in the hig square package. SQUARE DANCE GLASSES! Filled with Delicious Flavored COTTAGE CHEESE ONLY PATTON'S offers you these conversation*! pieces--a set of four different sparkling DOSI-DO GLASSES... filled with delicious PATTON'S ·* cottage cheese... in your choice of flavors! Get your PATTON'S SQUARE DANCE GLASSES JODAYI MILK Many In Moscow Building Homes Near The City Limits, But Problems Are Numerous; No Lots For Sale, Land Is Nationalized Mosi.-ov/-(/f J )-Many ' Muscoyilcs are liUildlng their own homes in the suburbs and outskirts of the Soviet capital. Lots of others' arc dreaming arid planning about it. Thej w a n t a plot : of l;nd to putter a'cout on, to : have a garden, sorni frul treej and perhaps a chicken coop and a pig sty. They want to ?ct out from the city, away from ':i! gasoline fumes and nuisc. - Tliey are willing to commute on electric railways into Moscow for a half ho.r up tti an hour each way to have this privilege. Nowhere is.the way of the home builder smooth, and that is cer- r.inly. true of the Muscovite who ins decided to build in ..the su- turlis.. His problems may be put n throe chief categories::Finding plot of land, getting the house 'Uilt, financing the'operation. There are no lots for sale. All and was nationalized at the be- inning of the revolution here. This loes not mean the man .rom Mos- ow cann:t get a plot of land. Vhen he gets a lot he It granted t with the right of perpetual use, ut pays an a n n u a l ground rent o authorities. This ground rent is ot. burdensome and nut an ob- tack- to home builders. To get tfie lot the prospective lomc builder, must apply to local uthorities. In the Moscow area many collective and state farms wn large areas of land, other land iclongs' t o ' t h e Ministry of Fores- ries to preserve a -green belt round the city, and still other rcas are under the jurisdiction f factories or various ministries. 'he fact remains that many pco- ple do receive home-building plots each year. ; The 'sjze 'of such lots Is limited by law. They usually run from 600 to C O O . square meters, 6,450 to 8.680^square feet.' Many Build Own Homes j One way to put up the house, | and the most economical way, is ( to build It yourself. Many people j art doing this. It involves purchase of buildim; materials from a Soviet organization and actually getting out to hew timbers or lay bricks. There also are building organizations, and individual carpenters and bricklayers who will agree to wjrk on a house in their spare time. Soma private individuals sell complete houses, prefabricated from logs. Another way is to get the institution or organization you work For actively to assist in getting r a. loan of up. to 10,000 rubles, nominally $2,500, for purchase of building materials, costs of build-, ing, etc. The factory or office pro- curoj the building materials and furnishes assistance pn technical matters as well as. technically qualified workers to help in the Building. IB ID* TIME»-il naya. % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Bras. Locker Plant SOME MARKS TO LIVE UP T0-Wilfred James Cartier, 1 18, wearing his dad's jacket, is overwhelmed by the marks he'll have . to live up to--the hashmarks acquired in 22 years of service with / the Army by .his father, M/Sgt. Wilfred Cartier, right, who recently witnessed fwearing-in of his son. 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