Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 13, 1952 · Page 11
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March 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Showing Next Week At Hayetteville Theatres ·JUST ..THIS ONCE" LAUGH! FOR EVERYBODY Here is a picture that the entire family will enjoy. "JUST.THIS ONCE" starts at the OZARK Sunday and stars Peter Lawford and 'Janet Leigh as two gay and happy . people that will make you laugh from the start. It is the rollicking story of * .fellow who received a million bucks * year -- and spent a lot more, and the lady la-wycr, appointed by the court to handle his affairs.. But there, were many things the court didnlt mention! · Peter Lawford is the poorest . rich guy in the world, because """' Ltlw1 nobody could say no like this lady lawyer She liked him -- and his money, but'also wanted him to .'be a'solid citizen with a job. After many arguments he says he will try: to.get work. She knows however that he hates the word. How .he avoids any .type of labor and wins her ,love makes for gay entertainment. "JUST THIS ONCE" opens at the OZARK Sunday. --. ',' Publishers Instructed Not To -Mortimer Book Little"' rtpckr'W-T he publishers of "U.SX Confidential" say they are "mystified" by a telegram from an Arkansas attorney demanding that they refrain-from circulating the book. ·Distribution'of the book, by Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer, New York newspapermen, i« scheduled to- begin today, ' : · · . ' . A spokesman for. Crown Publishers, Inc., said in New York last night that a telegram from Hendrix Rowell, Pine Bluff attorney, ordering them not to offer the book for sale "left us mystified." l.just don^t understand what section of the law under which he is doing this/' the spokesman said. The story of Mexico's most Ipectacular man or horseback is ihown in "VIVA ZAPATA:' Zapata, the Mexican revolutionary who fought to wrest his homeland from the hands of.theic;presi- dent, Diaz, who had seized it from the people and had been their tyrant ruler for thirty-four years. Zapata . fought to change this to a country. of education, rather than ignorance and instill in the people the love and respect for freedom which can be bred only by democracy. This man whose rule came by violence, but was in the cause of justice, became known to his countrymen as their symbol of freedom and'for some of those people Zapata'will never die. Marlon Brando plays Zapata the fighting tiger of that day. Jean Fetors as the girl thatj'he marries, that helps him fight for his cause.' These two with Anthony Quinn and Joseph Wiseman make the picture as real as it was' when it-actually happened; ".VIVA ZAPATA" in Technicolor begins afc-thV OZARK Wednesday. "MEET, DANNY W I L S O N " RHYTHM AND ROMANCE RUN WILD . '... \--.j "MEET DANNY WILSON," an' exciting Vatjd unusual musical which cleverly- combine nine song numbers, a;-tender love story and an 'action-packed · climax Stars Frank Sinatra and Shelly Winters Sinatra"-sings' eight of the film's' numbers · ami: many of them include the -popular tunes that skyrocketed 1 , him;'to crooning fame a decade ago.v^Miss Winters joins Sinatra.-'in-.%'e-'popular "A good man is'har3:tb find." Shelly -JKin.ters as-a night .club performer,;befriends Sinatr^jf, )he up and coming young; Miifeiv and hersuades her boyfriend might club operator-and racketeer 'to give him a chance He does and cuts nimself in for' fifty per..cent-gli-the/takings. Sinatra quickly.'hits · the'.top ;-and Dig money. When the racketeer demands a large sum of money there is a gun brawl Tho surprise ending is one. of .the'suspense .highlights of the yeari "MEET DANNY WILSON" begins at the UARK. Saturday/ -. · · i"THE BASKETBALL FIX" [EXPOSE THAT SHOCKED I THE'NATION - \Tnis is the very volatile I story which'made the front Ipage.cf this and every paper tin the -form of scandalous {'revelations concerning the [activities of big-time gam- I biers who-^'fr^edl'-'thei na- 1 lion's leading ·'· · basketball l-'gBmos--by-buying ; off play- I ere with cold, hard-cash and I sometimes a warm-soft girl. I "THE BASKETBALL FIX" I is trip very exciting story of [ one such instance. John Ireland is the sports ^ writer who recognizes the talent of a high school star, Marshall Thompson, and deftly heads him toward stardom on a college team. Vacationing at a plush summer resort where Thompson works is Vanessa Brown. The romance that begins is innocent enough, but not so the friendship offered by a couple interested only in Thompson's ftlay on the court. This is the gamblers technique -- a respectable front '-- an eye catching girl -- and soon the deadly allure of folding money. The inside story o f . t h i s treacherous operation with its disregard for'the public makes a suspense-laden movie. "THE BASKETBALL FIX" starts at the UARK Wednesday. "VIVA ZAPATA" R O A R I N G , SAGA OF MEXICO'S TIGER I. Rowell was appointed special counsel by Governor McMath to represent the state in the controversy. He cited article 4, section 4 of the U. S. Constitution, which pledges the federal government's aid to protect the states against invasion. ' Rowell also used this scction.-dl the constitution to urge Attorney General McGrath in order Crown to withhold the book from circulation. ' The book contains several uncomplimentary remarks about the state. In Washington, Senator Ful- brlght (D-Ark),. mentioned in the volume, said he never had seen a book so "vile," and . put his ap~- proval on the attempt by the state to halt its circulation. "The people of our state certainly are justified in seeking some remedy from the spreading inside its borders of this filth," he said. "1 have never seen a book so vile in all my life. It isn't even well written:-" ' Politicians Wax Poetic To Remember Ireland's St. Pat By DREW PEARSON Washinglpn--The West Coas congressional branch of t h Friendly Sons of St. Patrick too the lead in festivities for the Iris patron saint this year in a man ner that has colleagues from othe sections "green" with envy. Not' content 'with waiting unt March 17,. Congressman Jack Shel ley of San Francisco announce that he is staging the first, St. I'a party on capitol hill tomorrow. Invitations written by Shelley in green ink announced: -"the slainte (toast) to ye am slainte to all, .The sons of St. Pat, brave lad short and tall. Will ye come to the office Congressmen Shelley E'en though ye may not he a Murphy or Kelly. - For there at 4:30 on March thi fourteen, Great plans have been made t drink' in poteen-- A toast to St. Pat and his h'y: up in hea'ven, Come ready "to sing and sta; until seven."Not to- be outdone, Congressman Donald .O'Toole of Brooklyn fired back this reply in acceptance: . "The Murphys- and Kelly wil .gather in force. There'll be gossoons from Frisco to-good ol 1 New York, 1 . Slobberin' and singin 1 in. the name of the sain 1 ., Boastin' and feastin', while their .:·· 'hoses they paint-- . · Callin' .the praises of the grca ; man, Shelley, While with his victuals they're fillin' their belly. Just thinkin' of this would make one drool, So here's an acceptance from Donald O'Toole." 'THE 4-H STORY' TO TRUMAN 4-H ClUk MEMBERS Carl Baldus, Spring Hill, Mrl, and Elizabeth Ann Mason, Montross, Va., present President Truman with a Brst edition of new history of 4^H club work, "Tho 4-H Story," by Franklin M. Reck. Presentation is in behalf of 2,000,000 members. I International/ Purchasing Ac! Hearing May Be Opened Monday Court Appointee Sets Tentative Date For Little Hock-W)-A hearing in the controversial state purchasing act case may.begin here Monday." 1 Wsyne Upton, Little Rock attorney appointed by the Arkansas Supreme Court to -hear evidence in the case, yesterday set Monday as a tentative date to start the'hearing. .The case involves a suit attacking validity of petitions asking that the statute--Act 242 of 195 --be placed on the ballot in the general election next November ,- Opponents of the net, which was sponsored through the legislature by Governor McMath, circulated the petitions. They claim the law yvould legalize irregular purchasing practices by the state McMath claims it would liberalize purchasing procedures. The suit attacking the petitions was filed by two Pulaski County taxpayers, who claim the petitions contain forged, signatures. Straw { Hal Day To Be Observed On May 4 Straw Hat Day in Fayettevillc will take place on Sunday, May 4, according to action taken by the Retail Merchants Committee of the Chamber of Commerce this morning. . The committee also decided that the next promotional activity following Women's Day in Fayette- villc on February 29 will be on May I, 2 and 3, A special committee to handle promotions was named by Heydon Lewis, chairman of the Retail Merchants Cnm- mltlcc, this' morning. The committee consists of Albert Cobb, chairman; Hubert Cowan; Rlchnrd Waldcn; Ed Guldcon: George Gearhart; and Ilnrrell Hall. I.arry Janscn. of the New York Giants operates a hardware store In his home town of Forest Grove, Ore., during the otf-soason. The oldest member of the New York Glnnts Is Sal Maglle, arc righthander of the pitching flafl. will be 35 on Apjfl 26. I Heavy Construction Up Over Period Last Year New York - (IP} - Heavy construction contract awards reported in the-week ended Wednesday amounted to.. $223,806,000, Engineering News-Record -and The Construction Daily said . today. This was below the previous week's $296,645,000; but ahead of the $220.851,000 in the corresponding week a year ago. The total included ·.' 107,670,090 in private construction and $116,136,000- in public construction. Former Socialite Acquitted Of Killing Tresplsser; Courtroom Crowd Applauds ,San .Luis Oblspo, jCnlif.-l/il-A tense courtroom crowd shouted and cheered as Mrs. Margaret Ryan, 43, was, acquitted last night of manslaughter, . . -. · A jury of nine men and three ·women deliberated four hourg and 16 minutes before freeing the wealthy former 'New York socialite, charged with manslaughter of Leonard D. Ray, 22, a trespasser on her ranch, last June. The jurors accepted Mrs. Ryan's slory of self-defense--of having fired three warning shots and of finally, having shot Flay when he threatened her with a rifle. It was her. second trial. A jury failed to agree last November. The crowd of townspeople and ranchers, who ovnrflnwmi .the court room, cheered, whistled and shouted after the 1 acquittal verdict. Some leaped over Ihc nill- in- nnd hugged and kissed . the widow. Judge Ray B. Lyon quickly rc- slorert order. Mrs, Ryan, a tall, stately widow of Basil A* (Pat) Ryan, (rrand- son ol the late financier Thomas Fortune Ryan, burst Into tears several times in the trial's las day and evening. The first trial caused considerable dissension in -this town oi 15,000. Mrs. Ryan's attorney salt friends had urged Mrs, Ryan to seek a change of venue. "But she said no," he 'declared "Although she was a newcomer she thought the people would give her a fair trial." AiterttM to Ik* TfMIS--II Mr*. 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