The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on January 27, 1955 · Page 27
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 27

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Thursday, January 27, 1955
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Unusual Clause Inserted In Cununinjis Conlraet r. i.on i i a o r ako i in., , v, irl . IN? ' ?H FA PLY us; For. C.;m-fir; r'viH for ''Ho' To Bp COLISEUM STATE FAIRGROUNDS The Home of fhe 1nuai 4LL NEW SPORTS SHOW Will Be Held of the COLISEUM Opens Tomorrow 10 DAYS, THRU FEB. 6 4 P.M. to 11 P.M. Daily Eictpt Sat. end Sun., Noon Till 11 P.M. FEATURING FLORENCE CHADWICK Famr4 International 9wimtnr Mar. ( An q uer a r ( the t ntiVli t hannrl, Hulder 9t ft World Rrrwrdi. PLUS-JACK MONTEZ, c. of State, Rfcdto) and 8tren. Matter f Ceremuniea AtUntk City gleej Pier. The Sensational MYSTERY DIVER in an M-Font Dirt Frnaa tht Roof f the Colnenm. Plus Chief Split Cloud and HI 5 Indiana In Upeetaratar flaliH Shnnttnr. Archery and Bow Whip fci-hlbltiona. Plus The Five Florthvvood Guides Luc Rallmr. farm Tiltlnr, Cho-pini nd siwlnj. rim CAL BARRY and W RrtrirTrr Finn. Plus EDDIE GILLAN nd Hll S Comrdy Dinn, Plus STOCK CAR AND MIDGET Raring Fnthuvia;!. See and Talk I JACK HARRISON, 194 Stork Car (hampinn; UROT WABRlNfR, 1953 Midget Champion. Plus THE GREATEST BOAT DISPLAY In tht Histnry ( Spnrtl Showi. Pa$ Exhibitors of Internationally Known Sporting; Goods and Equipment Plus 2 HUGE TROUT FISHING POOLS Pus Thousands of $ $ in Prizes Io Dnn't N"d to III PrurM Win. Pus A 21" Television Set, Bicycle, Fishing Rod and Equipment Given Away Each Night. (You Don't Need to Buy an Admission Ticket to win, Register With Any of Our Exhibitors) Plus-Exhibitor Prizes Galore ALL THIS FOR $1.10 Adm., Child. 50c Advance Ticket at Rom A Rjhrock Travel Biirem, rUpno Hotl, and rolWrum. Don't Miss This Show t of the Century at th COLISEUM SATURDAY k MiDNITE JAMBOREE FOR RESERVATIONS ME 4-WJ OPEN AS USUAL DANCE DINE MIXED DRINKS Thun., 6 PM.-l AM. rri.-Stt., 6 P.M. -3 AM. HOLIDAY HOUSE RAVENSWOOD BR 5294 HOLLAND'S A'l Cocktail ,;Mk. Lnnnne Fine Wines and Liquors 12 W. Market St. Orran and Piano StylUta DON HANLEY i RUTH ARBUCKLE T 'A 1 ,EL0DV MM kis mmiiiI mTVm. f.s-i.ifttr.mi... I U i k All "SUPER CIRCUS".. "TALK OF THE TOWN".. "COUIITESY 1 I rnnlinuitH B f, Entrrliinmrnt I f N"in Till I I Midnlle a 1 Yr-v, n' F("P';'a' " n Sliei.e Nor'h FM G:ah. rhif 2r"h sier-ed a mnvt! contract witn h.m. A clans u Inserted giving; Boh time off to rehear ami stage hi television serif. Thete was a time when a motion picture studio wouldn't think of grantir.R that request. It was ail movies or nothing. ; But one by one the produceis are beginning to realize that : television adds greatly to a star's popularity, and certainly. i the CumminRS show has given Rob added stature. That is the opinion of DOxhDarryl Zanuck and Nunnally Johnson. ! FlYr R SINCE I have been in ' Hollywood. I've been hearing that the life of Joaquin Murieta, the bandit who was a sort of California Robin Hood, was on tap somewhere. It's never been ; made. Douglas Fairbanks Jr, was vitally interested in buying the rights at one time, and so were many other producers. Now, under the title of "The EaKle," it's to be made in Mexico with Carlos Thompson in the bandit role. Carlos sends word ; from Ix)ndon that he's also signed a three picture deal with ! J. Arthur Rank and will return i to London alter he finishes the i Murieta story. , I JOHNNY RAY stepped off the j plane yesterday morning and ex-i wife Marilyn Morrison did NOT meet him!. Even had she been on hand she would have had to nih with him to the doctor's office, because Johnnie hart wired ahead for an appointment the moment he landed. His foot was lanced again, the third time in three weeks the other operations taking place in New York and Cleveland. Poor Johnnie has had a terrible time ever since he stepped on a toothpick at the Sands Hotel swimming pool. I TALKED Ion distance with John Huston, who is in New York for just two days. He plane hack to Ireland to edit "Moby Dick," and h tell me that after he finishes "Moby nick" he will turn hi attention to Kipling;' "Th Man Who Would Be King:." He 1 still hoping Humphrey Bogart will do it. "I'll he back in Hollywood In 10 days," said John, "before I go to India." At one time Clark Gable was interested in the Kipling saga, but he is so tied up at 20th Century-Fox and with other commitments that I doubt if he will have time. JOSEPH CALLEIA comes lifo in "TTnHr. i Cl Jf IIIUVU l vy llll tit W.I.- ' water!" the Jane Russell picture. I hadn't seen Calleia for a long time, so I did a little checking to find out what had happened to him all these months. He I now in Houston, Tex., playing in "All My Sons" at the Alley Theater. Jimmy McIIugh Jr., who handles him, ha left for Houston with several Interesting offer. On the screpn, Calleia usually plays heavies and gangsters and is an excellent actor. ESTELITA and Grant Withers quietly reconciled last week end at Palm Springs. MrvW Stati Maw On lalt Hr At ROSS & BABC0CK in Cl.rpool Lsbkf W m VM, lerM MM J M CINCINIMTI IM ONLY tfcttM wimM I K$ ii rrthH ttwt will r cm thew CINtKAMA. STAR-NEWS Quick-Action WANT ADS for Quick Rnulh HOUR. . "YOU SKE0 FOR IT" m winy thss 1 trtwpjiH wft ar (A 4W cAprroL w tv.v.pV.l if -J GEORGE NADER and Julie Adams play man and wife in "Six Bridges to Cross," moving over today to Keith's. PAY ONLY INNERSPRING MATTRESS or box Spring $ run or rwin me, nationally lamoui make. HOLLYWOOD BED Comlortabl i n n r- tl . . i t Spring unir on a icgi. Soecial HEADBOARD tpeciol at J9.9S 1, V ii . CHEST-0-DRAWERS Jumbo four-drawtr chest, walnut finish . FREE PARKING For Customers of Side of Sfore Use your CREDIT of ECONOMY 1. 1 . ConnTl 'mi p- ,v:a:. W'.th M:i'Mfl F !. s fi ' a" r, w .;i pt a d.atwpol'.s. N'S'; Feb. 17 at tre Murt The second concert ws!l be March 30 and the third April 2.i. All will be at 8:30 p m. Two folo;sts will be featured in the opening concert Ralph ApiH-lnian. bass vocalist, and William Adam, trumpet, b.ith mcmivrs of the Indiana University music faculty. BOWLES, who this year Is visiting director of the university hands, came to the campus in September from Ireland where he was an outstanding figure in Irish musical life, lie was director of the Irish Broadcasting Service for eight years and later was conductor of the New Zealand National Orches- CLEARANCE! Save on Living Rooms tu. s--"a ton,po tu,au,.bu -h'-'fB-..-T,0MAU 7n;.tionol bo,,.." ,d motch.ns rLx 149 rhBki iw ioth seetio-i t" SCOTTr says: Drop everyfiing T0D4V and hurry fo ECONOMf FURNTURE OlLET for fie besf iome bargains you ever saw" J 4-PC. BUNK BED GROUP 2 Twin-sin beds, lad- tt j i j . -I " hit ina yuurg ruilr mapU finish ARMLESS SOFA Coil springs, largo tt i I j i r i V Similar .to illustration. f i DROP-SIDE CRIB, MATTRESS Natural finish with J 0usraoia spring. Mattrost included . . 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