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August 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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'ing Next Week At fayetteville Theatres "BIO JIM McCLAIN" txeit.. mtnt-Slorr FUmtd in Hawaii! John Wayne, following recent ·uccess in a picture called "The Quiet Man," is far from quiet in his latest adventure epic, "BIG JIM McCLAIN" which debut, at the OZAHK Theatre next Sunday Beautiful Nancy OIs°n provides ' the romance and James Arness' lisp stars in this rugged out-door drama, 'the first modern motion picture «tory filmed in Hawaii and featuring Dan Lui, head of Honolulu's internationally-famous police department. As a trouble-shooting special ·gent assigned to the investigation of a world-wide terror ring hwduratered. in Hawaii, Wayne pl*ysVone of the most two-fisted roles of his career. From local informers, the investigator learns the names of the top terrorist lead- ··- - i . , - -, -- - -- «rs, and set out to prove their guilt. How "BIG JIM McCLAIN" digs into his bag of sleuthing tricks to smash his adversaries makes for one .°f the season's b '8 acti °n offerings, according to all advance report. "BIG; JIM McCLAIN" will be enjoyed by the ehtire family. It plays at the OZAHK Theatre Sunday through Wednesday. "WALK EAST OH BEACON- TIM Crlm. of ihi Ctnturyl The clues that led Federal Bureau of Investigation spy smashers to the heart of cdast-to-coast espionage, and the unique investigative methods they Used to smash the spj? ring, are depicted in Louis dc Rochemont's "WALK EAST ON BEACON," th* picture atarrlng George Murphy, Finlay Ciirrie am* Virginia Giimore'at the OZARK Theatre starting next 'Thursday. Suggested by FBI director J. Edgar Hoover's article in Reader's Digest, "The Crime of the Century," and produced throu, the cooperation of the. FI "WALK EAST ON BEACON" is graphic, seldom-told story of ho the FBI operates. The actual sc 'entitle methods employed, inclu ing radar ears and television eye . . ., and the split second syncronizin of the nation's law enforcers in cracking their cases arc revealed. "WALK EAST ON BEACON" revolves around "Operation Falcon that e«ts the elaborate FBI machine into motion is the motion pictui of an unidentified woman with a peculiar walk. "WALK EAST O BEACON" is entertaining for both children and adults. It opens a the OZAftK Theatre'next Thursday. "THE ATOMIC .CITY" Th» Ttar'i Big Buipmi* Shock Storyl Paramount's "THE ATOMIC CITY," a spy melodrama which has moved tough-skinned preview critics to such terms of praise as "fin«st Suspense picture of the year" and "a chase thriller that you wop't soon forget" will open Saturday at the UARK Theatre. "THE ATOMIC CITY" deals with-the kidnapping of a nuclear, scientist's son by foreign agcntst. who demand'a top-secret atomic formula as the ransom. The far- flung manhunt for the spies plus the personl drama of the plucky boy and his anguished prents provide thea high voltge material which director Jerry Hopper hat fashioned an overpowering thriller. Gene Barry and Lydia Clarke portray- the atom researcher and his -wife, while Michael Moorre and Nancy Gates respectively appear as the FBI man heading th* desperate search and the missing boy's teacher. "THE ATOMIC CITY" ws filmed on location at th Atomic plan at Los Alomos, New Mexico. This is another picture for the famil and it,starts at the tTARK Theatre next Saturday. .,'THE MAN WITH A CLOAK' t-Mriinr °' ill* Year! people who wait ten years ,.'for a rich man to die, a younj ^French girl as lovely as she Is an lardent patriot, a mysterious, ro f mantle young poet--these are the ftleading characters.in the unusua land fascinating drama, "THE MAN SWITH A CLOAK," the attraction »that begins at the UARK Theatre gnext Wednesday. The sustaining mysltry and [suspense which envelope this haunting tale are engendered a' 'the very beginning when Leslie ^Caron, playing the young French ;:girl, Madeline, arrives in New ; York City from Paris in the period ,, 4 of the 1850's In the hope of secur- t-Ajng financial aid from her fiance's Jwealthy.'grandfather. ' ·'. 5 Much of the power and gripping impact of this shadow-infested drama is due to the discerning performances of its principals Joseph Cotton infuses his role of a poet with warmth and sympathy and at the time tune makes himself a strange and enigmatic figure Barbara Stanwyck'is.cbldly.'strikingas a once celebrated actress. And these two are supported by brilliant performances from Louis Calherh and Leslie Caron. "THE MAN WITH A CLOAK" opens at the UARK Theatre next Wednesday. No Reason For Such Secrecy New York-M)-Customs officials- ·ay an Air France steward, arrested yesterday oh a charge of failing to declare seven platinum bars, had. no reason to try to hide the metal. There, it no duty on platinum brought'into" this country, the customs spokesman said, and the only requirement is that it be declared. . But customs officials said the Iteward, Andre Follgny, 30, of Paris, apparently did not know this and hid the seven bars in a vest under his shirt. The platinum was valued at $7,000. Mrs. Html fells For $2,500,000 Accounting Los Anftlei-UFVMn. MHlictnt V. Hearst ,waiits $2",MO,600 from the estate of her, latt husband, Publisher W i l l i a m Randolph Hearit. In a suit filed ycserday, »he said Hearst died owing her $2,416,500 under two agreements, signed In 1821 rand 1927, giving her up to 116,000 monthly for support of herwlf a^nd their five sons. Sometimes he frilled to make these ptyments, she said. Mrs. Hearst said executors of the estate have neither acknowledged nor rejected her rtalm, and iha wanti an account- HMM'I will loft most of hli estate in two trusts, one for the benefit of the widow and the sons, and th* other for charitable purposes. S P A t H F T T I 'N M f A T R A U S Old Automobile's Bite Pretty Bad ' ' Bcllingham, Wash. -{/Pj- Duane Partlow's elderly automobile grabbed the end of Partlow's finger yesterday and it took firemen, mechanics and doctors three hours to induce it to let go. ·The 17-year-old amateur mechanic was working on the engine of his 1937 model car in the back yard of his home during the noon hour. A friend turned the engine with a crank while Partlow held his finger under a valve lifter. Snap, the valve came down on the finger. Grease nor tears would loose it and city firemen were called. The couldn't budge the stubborn valve, so a physician was called. He administered sedatives to the trapped youth as professional mechanics toiled without avail. Then, with the youth sitting on the frame and his finger still caught, the automobile war towed to a repair shop in downtown Bcllingham, where, three hours after the valve snapped down on .he finger, (he motor's cam shaft wns broken so Partlow could be frttd. EVERYTHING M PAYETTIVILU IRON «n*J MITAL CO. Off "CriHcal" list Washington - (jp) - Tht govcn- ment took copper and »luniinum Ttmnfey, M, |Mf off Its critical list today and in-1 per and aluminum In early 1853. dicatcd an improving metal iup-j Copper particularly hai become ply situation may permit a big boost in military and civilim) production next year. The Defense Production Administration fore- cut a better supply of steel, cop- more plentiful, partly because not so much of it was used by manufacturers during the steel strike. N. New Rent Slibiliitf Washington-fjPl-Jamcs Mclnnci Henderson, a native of Delngcr- fleld, Texas, yesterday was named the new director of rent stabilization. Henderson, now general Office of Price Both the Hendenon and Wo appointments are effectlre M Woods, wno V 'mo"ved"upVcster(la"y | Aroa "' '"TM" Georgia fovenw; from the rent post to head of the ! as price chief. ; ? Store No. 1 SOUTH SIDE SQUARE "Air Conditioned for Shopping Comfort" NAIISCO VANILLA WAFERS Box24c CONSUMER'S SUPER 16A MARKETS WE GUARANTEE YOU LOWEST FOOD PRICES IN TOWN ALL PRICES GOOD AT PUBLIX IGA MARKET -- SPRINGDALE ° r FU " W *" k E * eept MOH ·"* Pr- *" i Whleh M-y CtlOB «* lMeyM of Marfctt CHOICE CUT PRIME RIB Ib. 79c GRADE"A" ^···-··^fc r*i SLAB BACON lb.47c 2 to 3-LB. PIECES CHOICE LEAN PORK STEAK lb.55c SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRANKS lb.53c ARMOUR'S SLICES BACON Ib. 45c GET ACQUAINTED OFFER IGA READY COOKED SPAGHETTI IN SAUCE £!'. Store No. 2 300 W. DICKSON PUnty Parking Op«n Until t P.M. 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