Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 20, 1952 · Page 9
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March 20, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIS, FoyilMviU*. Arkonsat, Thunday, March 20, l«2 Showing Next Week At Fayetteville Theatres COMEDY, ROMANCE, DRAMA AND WESTERN ADVENTURE HEAD ENTERTAINMENT BILL "MA AND PA KETTLE AT THE FAIR" laughter lor everybody. The family that made laughter · national pastime is back again There is fun for the whole family as this overpopulated family with all types of characters take in the county, fair.. .. . . . The local fair .had always gone ·lung .without any trouble whatso ever until '"Ma" and- "Pa decided to take . an active part in the contests. When "Ma" starts to enter, the jam and bread making .contest she goes info the wrong - ~uuins,i'JZ* booth .and enters "Pa" and his old MA " JORI£ MAIN nag in, the highlight of the fair, the harness race. The action cause when the horse runs away, gives "Pa" plenty of time for his antic · "Ma" decides she will-stop the race, and she tries to stop it with he ilingshot. - - ·· They of -course try the side shows and steal their- spotlight frorr them; -They even find romance'in the tunnel of love. Their India friend,,-Goeduck; Is back selling "electric" Indian blankets at th fair.-This hilarious comedy,'-.'"MA AND PA KETTLE AT THE FAIR is good entertainment for the young and old.. It starts at the OZAR] Sunday.'' . - . - ' , . ' » "CIMAHRON KIDD" SUSPENSE LADEN WESTERN "CIMARRON KIDD" opens i the '"OZARK" Thursday. From opening to final fadeou this picture contains all the in gredients necessary to a succesr ful film. The old west is its settin and gunplay, breathtaking horse manship, suspense and movcrncn together with a nice dash of ro mancc, stamp it as one of th best. The story concerns the rclens from prison of the Cimarron Kk played by Audie Murphy, his join * r. **^~~*;-----^ -- -- piayeu uy Auaie iviurpny, nis join ing 01 the notorious Dalton gang through no choice of his own an the gang's subsequent failure in a series of attempted bank robberies A-.poTgnant and tragic love' affair between the Kid and the daughter o a. rancher runs through the story. ' This story of. the last outlaw raiders stars Audie Murphy as th Kid, Yvette Dugay as Cirrarron Rose, also Beve'rlv Tyler and Joh Hudson. "CIMARHON KID" starts at the OZARK'Thursday '"JAPANESE ,WAR-BRIDE" racial prejudices .and conflicts. This' : ls;a daringly frank and .' outspoken .romantic-drama about a marriage between Oriental and Occidental!On the surface it measures up engrossingly as a family'(-picture. Beneath,' it. probci ' deeply 1 and dramatically into .' the "family problem. . · t * Don Taylor plays trie American soldier,, wounded and invalided out of Kor,ea who returns to his native California.-home! Opposite him is Shirley Yamaguchl, Oriental star,'.as the '"JAPANESE WAR BRIDE" he brings with him, from Japan. . . The young couple finds its efforts- tp.slip quietly into the lanch niche complicated -by a normal sequence · -of ..plot hazards that might- 'befall newlywedn, plus thos'e which stem from racial misunderstandings,- prejudices and conflicts. .The latter,, in the light _ of world events, give a picture unusual timeliness. .Cameron Mtehel and Mane Windsor arp^also starred. "JAPANESE WAR BRIDE 1 TM| ' 'ANGELS IN THE' OUTFIELD uproarious baseball comedy. This is a comedy laid agains the thrills and excitement of big league baseball, but it is far more lhan just a comedy. It is also the story of a man whose faith in life and affection for people is re ncivcd in a mysterious way. It is the story of tough, surly browbeating Guffy · McGovern manager of the Pittsburgh Pi rates, whose ungovernable temper and use of invective serve ohl .to: .-bring about a 16ss to his team with a'-resulting loss of games. I is when three influences enter his life that a remarkable change comes over Guffy. The first influ- ' ence is represented' by spirited Janet Leigh, a newspaper household hints editor who proves.her mettle in verbal-battles with the tough manager and learns there are s,oft spots beneath that hardened, exterior. The second, an'eight year old girl who takes miral-les in hor stride. And third,: the v'oice'of' : ,an angel which Informs Guffy that his team will have celestial help if he reforms. . · . : . \ Paul Douglas is starred as -the two-fisted, trigger-fingered miiha'ger who gets into at least one fight a day. Janet Leigh as the gin who teaches him to turn the other cheek. Others featured are Kcenan Wynn, Ty Cobb, Ralph Kiner and the Pittsburgh Pirat»s "ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD" starts'at the UARK Wednesday. Hialeah race track, showed an Increase of 14 ',· ,per cent in handle and 12 per.cent in attendance for the first .'15 days of its meeting this winter.' Stan Miasefc of the Baltimore Bullets in the NBA was once a member of the Detroit Tiger farm season but gave it up for basketball.. - For hard wear and rtoeated scrubbings FLORHIDE FLOOR ENAMEL Make the drab, unattractive floor and seepi of your home sing with a happy harmony I of color. Paint them with* Florhide Enamel. Quick-drying clastic finish for wood, concrete or metal. . Comt jri for MIE hoeHrl 'Ptlni Klfhl with Color Dyiumti* We Give SH Green Stamps JOHNSON'S WALLPAPERS -- MIRRORS -- GUIS 25 N. Hock Phem M« ANY SINGLE MAN WANT EIGHT EXEMPTIONS? Irgraled with each other .. ." C. Hamilton Mosc», president of Arkansas Power and Light Company, also mentioned the proposed interchange contrart w i t h SPA MRS. ACNES ROCHf, 35. Long Beach, Cal., divorcee with eight children. !· willing to provide the right man . with eight Income tax exemptions'if he'll marry her. She might-go further. Sho"rmglit even consent to have 'one more, just for him." Fellows, here's a ready-made'family. How -about U? (Inlcniullonal Somuliiliotai Company' wrolc : t h a t already "private electric utility companies in Arkansas are thoroughly in- Mixed Response To Integrated Power Proposal Public; Service Commission Gists Ideas On Contract Little Rock-(/P)-A proposed in- egration contract between 12 jrivatc power companies and tlie loulhwestem Power Administra- ion, a government agency, has )een attacked and praised in let- crs received by the Arkansas ublic Service Commission. 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