Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 10, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 10, 1952
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NMTHWICT AKAMAI TIMR, foyMttvlllt, Ark.n.M. TttMntoy, April 1C,,tMl Showing Next Week At Fayetteville Theatres -11NGIIT IN THE HAIN;" Gloii- oui FMlln' Muiictl Hollywood, during its frantic transition from silent films to pictures that "talked" furnishes the locale and period of the beautiful new. laugh Jnd song-loaded tech- nicolor musical, "SINGIfJ 1 IN THE RAIN," that starts at the OZARK ·theatre Sunday, starring Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds forming as merry a trio of leads as you have seen in dome time. Kelly and O'Connor act a vaudeville song-and-dance team who ·crash Hollywood in the Twenties, when the Charleston was the rage and silent film directors dressed as though they were riding masters. A crisis occurs when the success of "The Jazz Singer," the first talkie, revolutionizes the old silent film technique. There are many hilarious problems that take place, but somehow they make the change. It is a very happy story ^studded with memorable song hits and felicitous hoofing up- .on the part of all three principals. The film is brought to a stunning climax with the brilliant fifteen minute Broadway Melody Ballet," featuring Kelly and Cyd Charisse. Gene Kelly and A r t h u r Freed, the star and the producer of "An t.cS'iw TM £?, l 'i s C. n ??, y ,- havc a n o t n e r Academy Award winner in '·SINGIN' IN THE RAIN." It starts at the OZARK Sunday. "BATTLE AT APACHE PASS." Slory of Courage, Vtng«lnc§ and Glory. A hitherto undisclosed phase in the life of the great Apache leader Cochise, is revealed with dramatic impact in the new technicolor picture "THE BATTLE AT APACHE PASS," which opens at the Ozark theatre Thursday with John Lund I and Jeff Chandler in the starring roles; In this thunderous, spine-tingling film based on historic incidents, the peace loving nature of Cochise and the murderous hatred of Gcronimo for the whites are brought out to the accompaniment Hams, Turkeys For Easter Menus Stressed By Stores (By Th« AlMclaicd -rrn) Hams and turkeys for Easter Sunday menus are being heavily stressed as good buys by most food stores (or the rest ot this week-and usually at prices a tew rents below last week. EKKS. of course, are in the Easter food spotlight but their price trend is less uniform. Large while CKKS storn are generally about It) ctnts rh»nsrd. a pound cheaper t h i s week than n | Butter advance'! much in demand for coloring and j y c a r ago. Turkeys are a.'oimd nix rrnti a pound, chiefly for the children's Enstor baskets, fire up twn cents a rin*cn from last week In many places. Mixed brmvns and \vhitcs have been re- j d u c c d a cent or I'.vo by some l.irne I chains and independent markets. I Hams in the h i c h l y - c n m p e t i t i v e to eight cents a pounri less. frying and b r o i l i n g chlcko wore up about (wo cents a pou in many Mores this week. Mi href, lamb, veal and pork n other t h a n hams held about ti ! generally heavier b 1S ; Easier.- although this r 1 no means unanimous, Price \-crc I ! fresh items. Me.ivicr shipments ; | brought small price re uctlons in i - [ a s p a r s K U f i , cabbngr, cauliflower. I cucumbers, spinach, onnfes iund tv.-o : grapefruit in many markets ause of |b sis, broccoli, earrot«, irttn com, "t4, 10 ' nr i ?ood Iceb^ra lettuce, mtshroomi, l~ e was by p f a large peppers, »we«t pota- i.» ·' If'Of. snod q u a l i t y apples and tan- '~^ ·esulsr »n gerincs moved a little hlrjier. ;' Keep ·» .lift Ik* ··· I'MFS 4ill JIFF CHtNDtEI o e n a n 5 Bruce Cowling, as an unscrupulous commissioner of Indian affairs, contrives to have Cochise accused of kidnaping white settlers, crimes of which the vicoius Geronimo is guilty, and causes Cochise to go ·on the warpath. The Apache leader and the entire Apache natiSn of warriors ambush the Cavalry command in the historic Battle at Apache Pass and only the Soldiers' howitzers save them from annihilation S",? 3 " £? bai anti Beverly Tyler are also featured in the picture. "THE BATTLE AT APACHE PASS" starts at the OZARK theatre ·Thursday. "THE BED BADGE OF COURAGE." Powerful Dr«ma of )h» W«r Between the States. · "THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE," Stephan Crane's famous story of the war between the states and a young' soldier who loses, then regains his courage in .the heat of battle, has been brought to the screen by « distinguished cast. Breathing reality and permeated with dramatic intensity, touches of lender humor, and the nobility of valor, this superb production, opening at the UARK theatre Saturday, tells the story of a raw recruit of the Rappahannock. After the long boredom of drilling and waiting, the 304th Regiment is about ·to see action against the "Rebs" and young Henry Fleming (Audie Murphy^ is terrified.. He leaves the -scene of the battle. While he is away he runs into another battle and watches the soldiers die as a result of their bravery. He also has a run-in with another deserter .and receives a blow on the head, which, after he does return to his company, he tells his buddies is a rifle wound. It isn't until he learns that his Regiment has been chosen for a suicidal attack, as the outfit that can best be spared, that his innate courage rises to the surface »nd in the next day's battle he redeems himself bv leading a successful charge against the enemy. "THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE" starts It the UARK Saturday. "CALLING BULLDOG DRUM- MONO." TMII. and Exciting Adventure, In a tense and exciting adven- urc, M-G-M brings popular Walter Pidgeon to the UARK screen, playing a new and different role as the famous genleman detective, Bulldog Drummond, in "CALLING BULLDOG DRUMMOND." Set in the colorful Soho i area of London, the picture was made in England and tells the story of a battle to death between a master detective and a master- , mind who operates a syndicate of ' modern, military trained criminals I who have baffled Scotland Yard. WALTER PIDGEON A novel highlight of the sus- renseful picture is the use by the criminals of the latest walkie-talkie ·end shortwave radio and radar equipment, which enables the gang to execute a series of swift and carefully planned raids. The London background is authentic in every detail, with many scenes showing famous historical landmarks of the world's largest city. There's no letdown in the pulsating excitement and trigger quick action of "CALLING BULLDOG DnUMMOND." This story of a battle of wits and intrigue between the commando-trained crook leader, known as Guns, and Captain Drummond holds the spectator with unwavering interest. . "CALLING BULLDOG DRUMMOND" starts at the UARK Wednesday. U. T. To Admit Negroes · Martin, Tcnn. - (IP) - The Uni- FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearem oi lalsc teem have ·uffered re»l embarrntsmcnt because , their plate dropped, slipped or w" 1 -- . ly. 10 they feel -nor* comfortable. Docs not sour. Checks "plale nrtor 1 (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at ·ny druj utor*. vcrsily of Tennessee's graduate schools were opened yesterday to those Negro students who cannot find equal facilities elsewhere in the state. Battle Casualties Up To 107,234 In Korea Washington - (/Pi - Announced U. S. b a t t l e casualties in Korea reached 107,134 yesterday, an increase of 178 since last week. STORE No. 1 S. Sldt Square Phone 94 S U P E R IGA MARKETS PRICES ALSO GOOD AT PUBLIC'S IGA MARKET, SPRINGDALE STORE No. 2 300 W. Dixon Phone 240 V.. -IHO 1 CUT GREEN BEANS No. 1 Can Quality Guaranteed (No Labtlt) COFFEE ADMIRATION CHASE SANBORN or MAXWELL HOUSE All Grinds Pound Can 0 | ·· 4% NOTE: There is a coupon on each package I I* 11 9°°d ^ or 1uc on can Chase Sanborn Coffee \Jfo -BLUE BONNET 79 29 PETER PAN -- Plain or Krunchy Peanut Butter. "r 29c KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE . . 2 £ 89c HERSHEYS CHOC. SYRUP . L cT 15c BAKERS SHREDDED COCONUT . NORTHERN SALMON . COVE OYSTERS . ;;; · Can UvC . can35c IETTY CROCKER DEVIL CAKE MIX . GOLD NUGGET FLOUR . . . GOLD MEDAL F L O U R . . . . box 29c r $1.59 5 £ 49c Powdered or Brown SUGAR Lb. J AC Package Swett 16 --SPRED OLEO .. Ib. 15c PURE CANE SUGAR.'.°: 85c NORTHERN PAPER Napkin^ pkg. IQc ARMOUR TREET, can 35c FINE BLEACH PUREX, qt. 15c DIXIE LUCK TUNA . can 19c Al? Six Flavors J E L L O SHORTNING Von Camps Pork ond BEANS Large 300 IO C Con Box Snowdrift 3 Tomatoes tube 25 C Carrots 2bchs. 15c Fresh Radishes Large Head 3 bunches 10c Cauliflower 29 C WESSON OIL Pint Bot. 25c Quort . . 49c SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS 2::. 49c Madison Salad Dressing BALLARD Biscuits . . . 2 c "" 25' CLABBER GIRL Bak. Powder 2 £ 29* GOLD MEDAL FLOUR lOlbi. 95 ^ 25-».Bag 15pkg. PABS-mE CHEESE Lb. 35 C (Limit 2) FINE MEAT! Lb. Morrel's Yorkshire SLICED BACON 33' Morrel's or Armour's PICNIC HAMS. 37 Fresh Lean Lb. GROUND BEEF 59' PORK CHOPS Fresh CENTER CUTS 59 FIRST CUTS 49 Lb. DRESSED HENS 49 4 to 5 Ib. 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