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June 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Friday, June 6, 1952
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ST ARKANSAS TIMK, FayMtoviR*. Arkamw. Friday, Jun. 6, 1952 At Fayetteville Theatres I AKQY." A Gay Niullcal ttutcil! As brcezv and as r e f r e s h i n g a* : its title, "SK i R T S A n oy." launches a boatload of slar.=. Mings, fiances. !nve and laugl's on t h e QZAHK screen Sunday in one (if R year's gayest and h t i g h t o s t ,.fhnicolor music.'!!.'-. !£J2stber Williams, in a role as ».' lOI'm-fittlng as her Wave u n i f o r m . *-" leads the big parade of talent g a r - nered for t h i s rollicking muMcal tale of three girls who jn|n (he ftisJNovy cither to get or lo forget a man, with Joan Kvan.'; and V i v i a n C~Br»ine as her torch bearing huri- ; dies and H a r r y Sullivan, Kcefe '. Brassclle and Dean Miller as the · males rcsponslhk' fur it all. AI-,n · Involved in the w h i r l of entcrtam- ; ment are the f i v e DeM.ircn sisters £ nnd popular s i n g i n g star, H i l l y £ Eckstine. t Those t u n e s m i t b cxpc'it;;, I l a n y i Warren and lialph Illiine, have ""contributed the near-do/en which ..-.punctuate the l a u g h s and kisses of "SKIIITS AHOY!" and t h e y are . '.;·* j°. v ln hear. Ksther William. 1 .' famed s w i m m i n g pmwi'ss JMI'I o v e r - ' -, ...looked, t h v script p e r m i l t i n g her a n u m b e r of o r i g i n a l imdci '.vaU-r · , ....routines and one' kcipu-nrc w h e n - she p e r f o i m s w i t h the Tongav chtl- _,.djen. "SKIHTS AHOY" is for the young and old a l i k e . "THE PRIDE OF SAINT LOUIS BUSY MEETING TO BUSY MEETING \i "THE PRIDE OF SAINT LOUIS."; ,| Th« Diny Don Slory. ' * I This is the b c h i m l - t h c - h o a c l l i n e s ; story of the nii/.lly w o n d e r f u l , laughable Di//.y Dean. The cry of "play ball" wi!h t h e accompanying excllcment of A l l Star games, shutout p i t c h i n g , s p a r k l i n g plays and Diz/.v Dean's garbled English will give the OZARK Theatre a World Scries ntmosphcrc when "THE P R I D E : OF SAINT LOUIS" slurring Dun Dailey and Joanne Drn opens on ' Thursday, the 12th of June. ! The picture narrates the life story of Jerome Herman Dean the gifted athlete who clowiicd h(s way ncrost; the national scc%o for seven voltaic semesters to become n baseball Among tho highlights shown c,n ' the screen as the- story of the gar- . minus yet lovable, /.any pitcher ..Unfolds are the 11)34 All.Slnr game In WnshliiRlon, the ISI34 World ·"··Series between the Cardinals nnd the Tigers, which climaxed the y e a r ! ;--'In which tho famous "Mo and Paul" combination amuswd the total of :· ·« vctories -- 30 for Dizzy nnd II) for Dnffy, who went on to win i « .two Biirnos each In the series, BncI the 1038 World Series between the -·.jChieagc. Cubs «nd the New York Yankees. You will see many f a m i l i a r .;· bBsehall fgiires. "THE PIUUE OF SAINT LOUIS" opens at the -,, OZAKK next Thursdny. SCANDAL SHEET," Sc.ndii- . _..Hunting Nvwipiptr. '.' .'· The whole gory story of yellow ..'"Journalism is told In n thrilling, ""Sensational find altogether fascin- ; rr .iillng way In "SCANDAL SHEET," " '"tirama sUrrlng Broderlck Crawford, Unnn« Rccd nnd John Derek, *v;:vnich opens at the. UARK thenlre '4aturday. Crawford who por- ~ Irayeci a ruthless manhunter in f.;jih»t memorable film, "THE MOB," _,..nerc portrays the tarjjct nf n mnn- _.. hunt, tranpcxl by his own past. :,,.,. "SCANDAL SHEET" presents _. 'Crawford an Mark Chnpmon, n .-..ruthless editor who stops at ·."'nothing to Rather nil the news * "Mnfit to print -- the doings of the '-"lovp-nestcrs, shock-slayers and ·"··'hcnsation Bcekcrs. of a big city. -··-Wiss Reed Is seen as Julie Allison, feature writer in love with John A.'.'Derck. who plays Steve McCleary, .inn-ace reporter and Chapman's protege. *-;.- All three stnrs perform nobly in "SCANDAL SHEET." In addition ,;;;lo their splendid chiirnderizatlons. there nre wonderful character i ..jjtudies by Rosemnry DeCamp, Henry O'Nell, Henry Morgan and I ,.. /Bther members of the supporting cast. ' '-" SCANDAL SHEET" starts at the U A R K Sunday. I "ALADDIN AND HIS LAMP." 1001 Thrilli «nd Tcmptalionl of : lh Arabian Nighttl A picture that had all I h c I n - 1 terest of Hollywood when it was ! In production w i l l be ;-t the U A K K i theatre next Wednesdav. It is I " A L A D D I N AND HIS ' L A M P . " filmed in Cinecolnr nnd s t a r r i n g i Patricia Medina and J o h n Sands. '· Miss Medina's rule is t h a t of j Princess Jasmine, sought bv t h e j villainous Bokra. played by John Dehner, and beloved by y o u n g Aladdin, the thief who comes i n t o riches after he f i n d s the marvelous lamp. Aladdin is portrayed by Sands. The highlights nf the production arc so manv t h a t is is d i f f i cult to enumerate them all. Hut ..... seldom, in one picture, hr.vr- there J been so m a n v b e a u t i f u l girls. '·'J i u iu ,, j Tllcy "Piwar as dancers, slave : :»rls, bath attendants, palace servants and houris. The s e t t i n g s are rich ;«ml costly and the color photography is at its best. " A L A D D I N AND ' :RIS LAMP" begins at the UARK Wednesday. The 71 Drive-In Theatre .2TDN1GHT A N D SATURDAY . . . The savage Sioux in bluing action jJBakc " W a r p a t h one of the In]) scicen t h r i l l e r s of the reason S t a r r i n g : jRimoiid O'Biien. Dean .laggcr. Forro'. Tuck.-i and H.irrv C a i e v ,Ir '' ;SI1NDAY. .MONDAY A N D TUESDAY . . . "The M a - i n g SC-IM,',,'" a I ·tovr.lile. l a u g h a b l e r o m a n t i c ' f c n n « c l y accl.nmed one nf llollvwo'cid's *Wt. s t a l l i n g C,i-ne T i c - i n i - v :m,l J o h n L u n d . A K n " T I C M M I I V H u n t " , SOT t h e k l ' l f h r v - Snnii.n ni.'h; mil'.'. ! .A VERY BUSY ('·'·». Dvvlght U Ki.scnhcm'er has a smile for the camera a.'i he arrives at his h n l c i clnrini; his Wa.'ihingtun stay, n \-isit spent hurrying troln modniy to meeting. flntcrnaftonalj OPPONENTS 'SEEM TO BE AFRAID--' HIS OPPONENTS in the COP presidential nomination race "seem to be n f n i i r l Unit n direct iittuck on the administration Is an attack on Gen- ornl Eisenhower," Senntor Robert A. Taft of Ohio del-lares tn a foreign policy *|.cccii over n TV network. Taft sits In oilitc in W n s h i n R l n n Tart of the television cnmcra cun bo. seen at left. (Intcrnationall TOWN GREETS Gi's JAPANESE BRIDE MAYOR Carl M. Stcntz, ot Alliambra, Calif., gives a bouquet of roses to Mrs. No'.niko Curom/l, while her husband, Cpl. Hobert A. Coronel holds their fivc-month-old dnURlitcr, Mnry Lou. The bride, of Filipino- descent, reportedly had received a letter saying she would not be welcome in Alhambra. The corporal wrote to ,-ji Alhambr.i paper asking if it was Irue. The cnswer is tlm official erecting by the Mayor and two nf townspeople's representatives. (International Soundpfioio; ·CAN TV. ME POTATOES--lohn Lublnsky, of Cleveland, O., «hows th« 2J pounds of potatoes lhat «o w i t h rvfry television ;ct In tellt Lubinfky ayt he huy» th« nc'nVi'c" niliVrt for J20 a hax f«w ' BASEMENT HAS TOOTH TROUBLE - - filnm Cuaklry. nf Aiitoi.-i, 1 1 1 , rxi-;i\.iti",|; in his b.iscnit'nt to prop;irc for huuso 1m- p i o v r m r n l y , lliiu hr Is.. 1 . )i iniiimnnth diMitnl prnhlcni on hij; hands. Ho hen n n c ( i \ c i r , l t i n 1 l u - i c nf n ninslodon. Kx.iminini: the nlno fodi five-inch inrniMii'i nf prc-hi:,lnnr rtu.v« nn 1 , from Ictl; W i i l l r r Hiiyniond, l'Mh\v.t)i- CLnciicc It. Smith, nf Auioiti CollrKC, *nd (JJoiiii C'oaklry. HeylBOYSandGIRLS!^ ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB? DO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO TRADE OR SELL? THE TINES WANTS TO HELP YOU WITH FREE Want Ads June 9 thru 14 Get Busy! Get a Job! Write Your Own Ad! The TIMES will run your want ad FREE OF CHARGE all during the week of June 9-14 -- to help you find a summertime job, or help you sell or swap that old bike, baseball glove, or what-have-you. Here's your chance to pick up extra dollars by offering your services as baby sitters, car washers, errand runners, etc. HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO: Just write out your ad (limit of 20 words) on the blank below, and bring it or mail it to the TIMES office. No charges, no obligation, but you must have the consent of your parents before we can publish the ad. Make sure one of them signs the ad before you submit it. Northwest Arkansas Times "Free Want Ad Week," June 9 thru 14 WANT AD CLASSIFICATION (Circle One): FOR SALE FOR TRADE FOR SALE OR TRADE SERVICES OFFERED WANTED TO BUY (WRITE YOUR AD HERE -- LIMIT 20 WORDS) (YOUR NAME) (AGE) ..,,,., (ADDRESS) hereby give my permission for publication of this want ad, (Parent's Signature) ^

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