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May 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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FrMvy, May M, If52 Showing Next Week At fayetteville Theatres "ABOUT FACE" About Youth! About Lovtl About Liughterl The gay, young, prankish side of life in t military academy is the itory setting for "ABOUT FACE," Ihe new technicolor comedy, which olays at the OZAHK beginning Sunday. Gordon MacRae, Eddie bracken, Virginia Gibson and Phyllis Kirk head the musical cast Df the film. "ABOUT FACE" concerns the jntics of three cadets nearing graduation at Southern Military Institute. Two of them. Cordon and Dick, become involved in a series of mirthful escapades when treatment. Only 18 accidents were reported to police in May, 1951, and no per- sjnal injuries were involved. Since city police do not attempt to estimate piopery damage, it is impossible to compare the damage this month with that of May a year ago. However, it appear." likely lhat Fayctteville h a \ e KGLRH FRIDAT EVENING S:f!D Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time !:30 Newi 6:45 Ozark Sports Review almost twice the number of acci- denls this month lhat it had 1 May--so the property loss w_. probably be approximately tv.'ire ; : high. | T\\-o of this month's traffic victims were schoolboys riding bi- j cies. Neither was killed, but j 7:00 Wayne King Show both required hospilalization. The I 7:15 Gabriel Heatter other two victims were passengers i 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous light truck which struck a . 7:«5 Lombardo on the Air utility pole May 1. May is not an isolated case. The t they try to help Eddie, their buddy,, i H o , . ,, _ nr ii{ n ,,.. .,, ,',iTMh ! ...u~ --1..,.. e ** t 1-1:--.. i,.,- accinem ion tominues 10 climb who against S.M.I, regulations, has month by month. And the n u m b e r ! results In a 'EXCUSE US, BUT TOQW IS SFWKLE PLENTY'S BIRTHDAY. -SHE'S R^ VEAHS OLD. TWOUQHT NOUD LIKE TO KNOW. LOOK. CKVn, MV NAMES TONLS.. I'M A BIG TV SCAPED/WD tO LIKE TO STW HEBE JUSrOCCUP/ THE SOU MUST MM THAT SUV! I'M KPUTiZID TO AWIST HIM J5N THt RO»B Of TME TRAIN," NOfODY HEARS HIM Wt MILK TIAIN RMIER! HI'S GOT A Sun "OW WHILE THE IME-MACHINE IS HEATING UR YOU'D ... COWN OOPS NECK AH DON'T WANT -id 'orf-i NO'.'.' Af LAST WC I AGIN.'.'-- OH, WHUT A musical routines with singer Gordon MacRae, Eddie Bracken and the lovely ladies carrying the lead numbers. Among the more colorful specialties are the graduation exercises and the bonfire rally on the night before the big baseball game. There are ten songs in the picture. "ABOUT FACE" starts at the OZARK Sunday. ·SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWAHFS" An All-Tim» Gr.al For YOUNG And OLD. 'SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS," the famous Walt Disney feature-length film in color by Technicolor has returned triumphantly to the screen as one of the great motion pic- '.ures of all time. Out of this glamorous fabric of folklore and fairy legend has been woven a story that carries a subtle and irrestible appeal to young and old. The entrancing figures that flit across the screen are visually pulsing with life, each radiating a distinctly magnetic personality. You find yourself swayed by gales of laughter, touched by tender pathos, reacting to sharply accentuated dramatic thrills. And through it all runs Ihe scenic beauty of that delicately colorful atmosphere which represents the acme of Disney creative arts. secretly married and is soon to become a father. , The resulting situation provides r a t e t h a n ls lhc Population even ! ample opportunity for comedy and though not every month sees the 8:011 Bill Henry 8:(T Magazine Theatre 8:30 Arm»d Forces Review of crashes is increasing at a faster ; ,, nrt ,, I 9:00 News 9:05 Adventures of Magic 9:35 Just Music number of accidents double over the corresponding month in 1951. On The Radio 10:0(1 Nrws 10;."0 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off New York-MVFriday night: NBC--7 Roy Rogers; 7:30 Bob and Ray; 8 Mario Lanza Songs; 8:30 Short Story. CBS--7 Music Land; 8 Big Time ! 6:3(l Maikets and Weather SATURDAY MOltOTNQ ·1:30 8\se 'N Shine 6:00 Rise N' Shine 9:05 6 35 Rise II 1 Shine 7 00 Minutes by Music 7:15 Jordanaires 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Organ Reveries Variety; 8:30 Waxworks; Capitol Cloakroom. ABC--7 Dick Powell Mystery; 7:30 This is FBI; 8 Ozzie and Harriet; 8:30 District Attorney. MBS---7 Adventures of Maisie; 7:30 Grade Fields Variety; 8:05 Magazine Theater. To Sim Treaty New Delhi, lndia-(/P)-A friend- i ship treaty between India and the ' Philippines will be signed in Ma- ; nila June 12 after nearly three j years of negotiations. Foreign Of- : IQ : OO New Record Releases 8:00 After Breakfast 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Ozark Diary 9:00 Kiddies Hit Parade 9:30 News 9:45 Serenade in Blue fice sources said today. I Moth«r Of 27 The antics of the beloved dwarf Dooey and his companions, and the i Rnmn ij, rh» = eight Imperishable song numbers are welcomed back by an appre- Agencv reported todav s ' rep ?? ecl loaa v ciative public. In a "Nutshell" "SNOW WHITE" is a major attraction that you should see, and if you have children be sure they see it There is also a featurette, "THE GUEST," that plays 3t the same lime. It will prove interesting to everyone present. "THE FIRST TIME" An Heir Railing Adrentur*. The whole, wonderful experience of raising a baby, with its ever-present charm and sometime drudgery, has been conveyed with radiant hilarity and bubbling wit in "THE FIRST TIME," which opens Saturday at the UARK. Robert Cummings and Barbara Hale are co-starred as the young couple, booby trapped by the stork in their first year of wedded hliss, who more or less magnificently, rise to the occasion. Cummings plays the harrassec parent who has to quit his impressive impecunious job as an architect, for the more remunerative opportunitiet of a. washing machine sp!?sman. Miss Hale finds, on her pirt, tha* th* relentless demands of ?n infant, as well as ths necessity of homemaking losinr battle for glamour. lian News i lhat Mrs. 1 Francesco Minocchia has given birth to her 27lh child. The son was born yesterday in Benevento. 10:15 New Record Releases 10:30 Here's To Vets 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Proudly We Hail 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 News at Noon FEEL »IU»»» SATIJRDA? AFTERNOON 12:00 Man on The Farm | 12:30 Georgia Crackers Parents, prospective parents and practically everybody else belonging to the human race will find "THE FIRST TIME" delightful and delectable. There is a fine supporting cast with Bill Goodwin Jeff Donnell and Carl Benton Reid. "THE FIRST TIME" plays at the UARK Saturday through Tuesday. THE BELLE OF NEW YORK" Musical Bubbling With Dancing ·nd Dtnctng «nd Homancingl One of the many happy conclusions to be derived from this Technicolor Musical from Metro is lhat Fred Astaire not only still has the nimblest dancing feet in Hollywood, but also that in Vera- Ellen he has found the ideal partner. When the two go through a number, the screen lights up with gay entertainment. The highlights of the picture are the song and dance routines, and I of these the picture has plenty. , Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer 1 provide the tunes, all of them ! pleasant to the ear and catchy enough to stick to one's memory The production numbers, enhanced ' by the color by Technicolor, are elaborate. Astire outdoes himself in a clever number, "I Wanna Be A Dancin' Man." Marjorie Main and Keenan Wynn are their usual best in handling their roles. The picture leads to an entertaining finale with Astare doing a number en and around the top of the Washington Square arch and he and Miss Ellen go dancing up in the sky. "THE BELLE OF NEW YORK" opens at the UARK theatre next Wednesday. Traffk Accidents Increase Here In May Over Same Month Year Ago, Figures Show This month, with one day still to go, has far outstripped May of In the number of Fayette- traffic accidents. Through this morning city police bad investigated 32 accidents in which four persons were injured seriously enough to require hospital LAUGH TIME "1 know rirt ten lyini about her tp for IB yetn, be- «"!·,·* ·t«rt'4 whw IJ»M *-tnd I'm 53 niw." 1:00 BASEBALL Chicago Cubs Vs. Cincinnati Beds 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Hawaii Calls 4:00 Lan Lan Ensemble 4:30 Bands for Bonds 4:45 Musical Interlude 5:00 Harmony Rangers 5:15 Report From The Pentagon 5:45 Feewee Ree.se Show Ease that tension Chew Wri|ley'» Spearmint Gum. Plum", chewing reducei strain Helps you M relaxed. Enjoy it OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams THAT'S THE \ TEOUBLE WITH V A MACHINE LIKE N ·THAT.' YOU GET A LOT OF SMAPS- THEM WHEN 1OU * . GET A UTTLE WORK, IT NEAR KILLS 'lOU/ I'D TAKE STE4.P/ BRICK LAyiW FiFTf t£M M1WUTES /AACHIMI5T WORK WHY DOWT TH'DOCTOR. COMET SdicTC/torJVbt/ m HUOC BLOCKS of STONE WBS SCT M PUCE MO VEAW MO HAS MATCHED WITH Tfc SAWt BAND

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