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14 ASBURY PARK IVENING PRESS, Wednesday, March II, 1953 Shirley Booth an Are Top Conten By Bob Thomas HOLLYWOOD UP If Academy Awards can be doped like horse races, Shirley Booth and Gary Cooper should be crowned the best actress and actor at tomorrow's Oscar sweepstakes. On the b a s i s of past performances in other races this year, Cooper and Miss Booth are the heavy favorites. The pair has won more honors in the pre-Acadcmy Awards circuit than any other duo in recent years. Usually the awards are scattered among a number of contenders. So far, the Broadway actress has been honored six times for her performance as the housewife in "Come Back, Little Sheba." She was cited by the Associated Press poll of newspaper critics, the Film Daily poll, the National Board of review, New York film critics, Look Magazine and the Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association. No other film actress has received more than one award this year. Cooper, the resolute law enforcer of "High Noon." walked off with five citations. His came from the AP and Film Daily polls, Photoplay Magazine, Look and the Hollywood Foreign correspondents. Closest contender is Ralph Richardson ("Breaking the Sound Barrier"). He won three awards National Board of Review, New York Critic and the British Film Academy. But he isn't nominated lor an Oscar this year. Tomorrow night's event will be the most elaborate in the 25-year history of the Motion Picture Academy. That's because the academy got caught with its finances down. Three studios withdrew financial S STRAND THEATRE 5 A LAKEWOOD. N. J. Zk J Burl Lancaster Shirley Booth 4. "COME BACK LITTLE SHEBA" J LAST TIMES TODAY Bakeware lo the Ladles Evening 7 and 9 Mat Sat. 1:30. Sun, Cont. I LAST TIMES TODAY Bakeware to the Ladies OOW0QO Evenings 7 and 11 Mai. Sat. 2:30, Sun. Cont. 1 t nnirn-imii1 Evenings 7 and Mat. Sat. 2:30, Sun. Cont. S LAST TIMES TODAY Bakeware in the I.ariin Evenings 7 and 8 Mat. 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Pleas. 5-2789; Toms River 8-1047, Eat. 3-0581-J d Gary Cooper ders for Oscars support, and the academy sent out (an SOS for a TV-radio sponsor. RCA-Y'ictor answered the call, 'plunking down $100,000 for the , rights. It has been estimated that the bill will come to $250,000 when I the charges for TV and radio time, exploitation, etc., are added up. This year the academy was faced with an alarming fact few of the top contenders would be on hand for the awards presentations at the Pantagcs Theater. Miss Booth Away Among the top actress nominees, Miss Booth is in a New York play. Bette Davis ("The Star") has undergone surgery following the closing of her Broadway show. Julie Harris ("Member of the Wedding") has been touring with a play, but is expected to be in New York. Susan llayward ("With a Son in My Heart") took off for a European vacation. Only Joan Crawford ("Sudden Fear") is exppeted to attend the Holly wood-and-Vine festivities. Of the male contenders, Cooper is making a film in Mexico, and Kirk Douglas ("The Bad and the Beautiful") is filming in France. Alec Guinnpss ("The Lavender Hill Mob") is in his native England, and Jose Ferrer ("Moulin Rouge") has been overseeing his theatrical ventures in New York. Marlon Brando ("Viva Zapata!") is the sole male star nominee making a picture in Hollywood. He hates formal events and says he won't attend. Because of this situation, the academy has arranged for the awards to be presented in two locations for the first time in history. The main program will take place at the Pantages, with Bob Hope acting as emcee. A group of nominees and former winners will also gather at NBC's International Theater in New York. Conrad Nagcl, a former president of the academy, will emcee the eastern portion of the show. If any winners are an New York, they will receive their Oscars from Frederic March, a two-time winner himself. raw SHOCKING , , wane " John Payne and Coleen Gray "THE IRON CROWN" CA8T OF MILLIONS Spectacle of Early Christian Ordeals IBANOER SCOURBY A Uwmil Intfmitowl html MARCH 19th OFFER POSTS earn CHMER ih wen ' 3 UYS GUYS RADIO TELEVISION Wtdnttday WJIK III AM 4 f.M :M Nrwi Meledy :ts Metlnee :J - ' .it 4 M Kewe: Flatter Barkstaga Witt Muele Uh Cal Tmney Show ft Q Levis. Emily 4 :1a Parade. Fops Stella Dellaa Kruce and Dan 4 4. B Crocker Kimbrouih show :M In Latest Young Widdtr Brona The Merry Mailman, Dean Cameron Show, Galen J Records Woman in My Home Ray Haatberton commentary Drake 5 00 Mews. Platter Just Flam Bill Bongs of B-Bar-B, B e Jon and Sparkle Galen Drake. J. H. :1a Parade, Latest Front Fata Farrall with Bobby Benson Bobby Sherwood Faulk Show :3r Fops in Lorento Jones Wild Bill Hickok Show music and stories. ii Records The Doctor ! Wife I.5S, Cecil Brown " " I Si. Tkia 1 Believe 6 SO Evening Extra News, Ken Banghart On the Human Side O Hamilton Combs News. Allen Jackson :! Ed Oormin, Sports Sports: Columns Dorothy and Dick Cavalcade. Dwight Cooke Ac Asia :3d Dinner Music Bob and Ray News. H. Gladstone recorded musle Curt Maseey Time 45 ' Three Star Extra Sports. Stan Lomax " " Lowell Thomas, newa I mm :G0 Newa. Aj I Bee It The Bymphonette, Fulton Lewis Jr. News, Taylor Grant Beulah. comedy w :1S Frsnk Black Show Muhel Pimro News: Answer Man Qulnry Howe: News Junior Miss, comedy 4) 3'' Speaking AcQua lance News, M. Beatty Gabriel Heatter The Lone Ranger. Jo Stafford Show .45 Girl Scout Pgm. One Man's Family Mutual Newsreel Western Drama Edward R. Murrow 8 :00 Now Mule Walk a Mile, with Crime Files of Mystery Theater, F B.I. in Peace and :ls Silver Dollar Show John Henry Faulk Flamond, drama Les Damon War. drama 30 Red Bank v. Oreat Oildersleeve Crime Fighters, Life Begins at ID, Dr. christian, drama 45 Burlington comedy drama police drama with Jack Barry Jean Hersholt 9 00 Red Bank v. Oroucho Marx Show. Hews: Family Mr. President, with Philip Morris Burlington fou Bet Your Life Theater, drama Edward Arnold Playhouse jo The Big Story On Ac OS the Record. Crossfire with What's My Line? itt Newspaper Drama Eugenia Balrd W. A. Harrlman , Arlene Francii a t -On Red Bank v Bob Hope Show, with Frank Edwards News of Tomorrow December Bride III 'l Burlington William Bendlx Elton Brit t Show George Hamilton Spring Bvlngton III in . C. Swayte, Newa, Weather. The Show Combs, with News; Cedrlc Adams .js Dangerous Assign t Shop, sports 10 oo. E. C Hill, news Ernst Reuler Talk n-iw Nieht EMra Newa. Ken Banghart News. Lyle Van Vlnce Williams Show Newa and Analysis -It Melody Mane tkltcn Henderson Kyle MacDnnnell Harlem Amateur Galen Drake in Show Music Weather. Henry Hour with Lenny Herman " Jerome Orchestra Lucky Milllnder Orchestra TOMORROW-(7 A.M. to 3 P.M.) 7 00 News: Alarm Clock Clvde Klttell. Gene Newa News. Weather Jack Sterling :1S Club Dick Lewla Ravburn, music John Gambling Bobby Sherwood Newi 30 Weather Report and Jim Coy. Newa " " ' C. F. McCarthy Bob- " " 45 Alarm Clock Club Gene Ravburn Oabrlal Heater bv Sherwood " " 8 0j Morning Extra News: O. Rayburn, News, P. Robinson News, C. McCarthy News Roundup la Alarm Clock Club comedy Ac musie Breakfast with The Fltsgeralds Bob Haymes Show 31) with Dick Lewis, Jinx Falkenburg and Dorothy and Dick Ed and Pcseen musical variety :4S Weather and Time Tex McCrary Kollmar I do. B. Crocker " " 9 M News- Piano Melodies Jinx and Tex News, H. Hennessey Breakfast Club, with This Is New York :lt Morninit Chapel " John Gambling Don McNrlll, with Bill Leonard 31 Music Stage As Screen News: Jim Coy. with The McCanns at Sam Cowling, Joan Edwaid.i :ts Spotlight on a Star his records Home variety show Show m 00 News- Talk of the Welcome Travelers, News, H. Gladstone My True Story Arthur Godfrey Time III -is Town with Tommy Bartlett Martha Deane and 10:25. Whispering Tony Marvin. JW 30 Elaine Francis. Herb Sheldon Show her guest. Streets, drama The Mariners " ;4S Music. Datebook Victor Lindlahr News. t. Singlser When a Girl Marries Marion Marlowe 1 n1 -on News- WJLK Strike It Rich, Ladies Fair, with Like a Millionaire, Arthur Godfrey Time l Calling With with Warren Hull Tom Moore Jack Gregson Frank Parker in Dick Lewis Bob and Ray Queen for a Day. Break the Bank. Grand Slam, quia :t Prises & Quit Bob Hope Enow with Jack Bailey with Bud Collyer Rosemary 1' i-v on News- Mid-day Musio, Nws; The Pave Curt Masssy Time News; Jack Berih Wendy Warren, newa :is Eire 'Market Report Emerson Show H. R. Baukhage Maggi McNeills Show Aunt Jenny md '30 Appointment With " News, P. Robinson Interviews Helen Trent ia Pfggy Curtis Skitch Henderson McCann s Food Guids News, C. McCarthy Our Gal Sunday -1 -BO Afternoon KxLra Jim Cov. Skitch Luncheon at Sardi'a, Marv Margaret The Road of Life I ill Tune Tims Hendron Show interviews McBndf, with Ma Perkins I Luncheon Conrad Nsgel Show Barbara Wall s and guests and Young Dr. Malone -4S at Suckow's news and music her guest commentary The Guiding Light ;(M News: Melody ;IS Matinee from 3(1 Red Bank :4fi Other AM llsiians: WMCA M0; WAAT 7d; WMG.M-10M, WNF.W TV Today 3 00 7 A Letter to Lee Grshsm J-Eddie Albert Show Hi Psvoll Psul Dixon 9 Sully 8mait's Kitchen 13 Shop snd Cook 3 is- 1 The Fitzgerald j. 30 1 Homemakers' Jumborr-e 5Actlon In the Afternoon 4 Welcome Travelers Film, "The Misslni Million" 13 Rport to Parents ' i 80 a Msrisret Arlen 4 Kste Smith Presents I Virginia Graham Show 7 Films 11 The Sewing Center 1.1 Western Festure 4.30 3 UN In Action 5 Kitchen Fare II Ted Steele Show 1 00 4 Hawkins Falls J Film, "Miss Pllirlm's Projre;: n Serial Theeter ( Western Playhouse 13 Junior Frolics I 15 4 Gabby Hayes Show 4.30 4 Hna'dv Doodv S Film. '-Jacare" 13 Hollywood Plavhousa I Ml 7 News .00 2 News, Snorts 4 Sense and Nonjanse Quia 7 Rootle Kszootie t Merrv Mallmsn 11 Tin Bt Show u 7 Filbert the Flea J Film. "Flghtlnj Bark" (.30 1 Serial Show House II News, Walter Rsnev 11 News, John Tillman I 3S I B. Bar B Ranches 4 Ask the Camera 1. 45 13-News 4 News-Snorts 5 Weal her. Janet Tyler 11 Snorts 1 00 C'otin Video 4 Maich of Time-Film 7-Bar 7 Ranch CHANNELS: I WCBS; TODAY'S ATTRACTIONS At Advertised in the Atburv Perk Preu Asbury Park, Mayfair. "Come Bark Little Sheba," 2 40. 7.23, 9:24. St. James, "Naked Spur," 3:10, 7, 8 46; "Under the Red Sea," 2, 8:36. Savoy,"Fancy Panta," 3:20, 7. 9:50; "Desperate Search," 2 05, 8 40. Belmar, Rivoli, "The Iron Crown," 7 35, 9.35. Bradley Beach, Palace, "Kanaag City Confidential," 7:22, 9:22. Freehold, Strand, "Thunder in the East." 2, 7, 9 55; "Untamed Worn-en," 3:40. 8 40. Low Branch, Paramount, "The Clown," 2:02, 7:02, 10.12; "Tropic Zone," 3:34. 8:38. Lakewood, Strand, "Come Bark Little Sheba," 2:30, T, 9. Manaaquan, Algonquin, "Becaune of You," 7:25. 9.25. Point Pleasant, Arnold. "The Iron Crown," 7.35, 9:35. Red Rank, Carlton. "Cleopatra," 2:20, 7:20, 9:25. Strand, "Man Behind the Gun," 7:10, 9 38; "Army Bound," 8 37. DRIVE-IN THEATER, Eatontown Drive-in. Eatontown Circle, "Toma. hawk." 7. 10 04; "Comanche Territory," 8 52. Enjoy Traditional Passover Seders March 30th & 31st at Goldstein's Carleton Hotel 102 9th Ave., Belmar, N. J. Make reservations by calling Belmar 9-0647 or Lakiwacd 6-0399 WNBC AM (7 r.M WOR lit AM M FM Lift On B'eultlul John Gambling Road of Life Club. muic Peeper Young Family Pett Sernea R.lhl to Ktppmua Tello-Teai. gull News: Herb Sheldon A. L. Alexander's Show Mediation Board Dave Gsrrowsy Cedrlc Foster Kukla, Fran & Ollie The Answer Man 9 Want to be a Star? 11 Newa 13 Prarla Theater 7.1S 11 Broadway Camera 1 n 3 weather 7:30 3 News 4 Plnkv snd Martha 5 Drew Pearson Comments 7 Date with Judy 9-Theater, "Kick-In" 11 Film. "Fun on a Weekend" 146 2 Perry Como 4 News, J. C. Swavie s To Be Announced I 00 3 Arthur Oodfrev 41 Married Joan Film, "Sabotage at Sea" 7 Film, "Beauty Is a Joy" 13 Junior Town Meattni I 30 4 Cavalcade of America 7 Sports Camera, Films . 00 3 Strike It Rich 4 Theater, "Autumn Story" 5 Staae a Number 7 Film, "The Iron Mask" 9 News II Boston at Rangers 13 Film 9 IS 9 Boons Harrv Wismar JO 3 Msn Aint Crime 7 Wrestling at Chicago rilm, "Million Dollar Baby" 13 Our Schools at Work 10 00 a Boxing. Dykes vs. Langlots 4 This is Your Life Film, "Meet Sexton Blake" 13 Film. "Dragnet" 10.30 11 Teleplx: Weather 4 Douglas Furbenkj Presents 10 45 3 Sports, Mel Allen 11 Sports Roundup 10 SO 11 News Bulletins 11.00 4 News: BDOrti 3 Ohronoscope e Barry Gray 11 Will Jordan Show 13 Film, "Brief Ecstasy" II 05 t House Detective 11:10 4 Weather 11:16 3 News-Snorts f Mono Drama Theater 11 30 4 Film, "Murder Is My Business' 11.30 3 Film. "Sabotage" 5 Bill Sllbrrt Show 11 Film, "Olrl Who Forgot" 4-WNBT) a fvABD; t-WABC-TVi - WOR Tonight's Stan I j By Wirrrn C'hemplln Mpnk is one of the Poinleri of the Dipper. The other is Dubhe, 'Alpha Urse Majoris. Merak is 57 degrees north of the celestial equator, of 2.4 magnitude (weak tec-ond magnitude). It is a white star compare its color to Dubhe's yel low. It is not particularly distant from us, only 72 light years; Dubhe is 91. If you can watch the Dipper for a while tonight, watch it ! circle around the Pole Star. It will point straight down in little over three hours. Tomorrow night at eight o'clock the Dipper ! will be one degree further around the circle. Six months from now, about 180 degrees farther around, it will be on the opposite side of its great circumpolar course. Each year Merak drifts 9100ths of a second (angular measurement from its present position. WJIK 1310 AM -94 FM WABC I't AM 1J r.H tddie Dunn Show Health Aid. 1nneseee Emit, dak toekey WCBS SM AM 101 FM H.lltop Home House Partv. with Art Linkletter Horn Folks Eddie Dunn Show, variety B Crocker. Eddie Dunn show Second Mrs. Burton Perry Mason This Is Nora Drake The Brighter Day 1130; WQXR 1MD TV Tomorrow , A.M. j 7:00 4 Dave Oarroway (.oo i nrws 1:15 3 Time for Beany D::t0 2 Kovacs Unlimited 9.00 4 Morey Amsterdam Show j 30 2 Film 9:45 2-News 10 00 a Arthur Godfrey Time 4 Dine Done Club I 10. 30 4 Josephine McCarthy show 7 In Our Time 10 45 3 Meet Betty Furnese I 11.00 3 There's One in Every Family a nonywoon riaynouse 7 Kitchen Kanere 11.15 3 Bill Cullen Show It-Film Shorfs 11:30 3 Strike It Rich 7 Movies FM. 13 00 3 Bride snd Groom 4 Hrrh Sheldon 5 Midday Chapel 7 Film 1 J 18 3 Love of Lite 13 30 11 Blanche Ravlsse 3 Search for Tomorrow 5 Take the Break 7 John Reed King Show 12 46 3 The Guiding Light 5 News 1:00 2 Teledrama, Film 4 Films 5 LadiPS Date 7 Claire Mann Show 1:30 2 Gsrrv Moore 5 Feature Film 7 Domestically Yours Feature Film 11 Nrw York Cook's 13 TV Pastor t 00 2 Freedom Rings. Qun 4 Jinx Falkenburg McCrary Show 3.30 2 Art Linkletter 4 Here's Looking at You 1 Nanrv Craie f TV Town Topics 3 45 5 One Woman's Slory I Sewing Circle - TVi 11-WPIXj IS HATV Need a maid or cleaning woman? A "help wanted" ad in The Press classified page is the easiest way to solve the servant problem. Call A. P. 2-3000. REDA'S If- BFSTAURANT BAB UlNE ITALIAN FOOD We Cai Preiare Tonr Faterlte Dish To Take Bene 612 RIDGE AVE,, A. P. 2-6207 CLOIED MONDAY (tieews RalUUeal THE INCOMPARABLE STAR OF RADIO'TVCONCERTS RECORDS MOTION PICTURES IN PERSON PRESENTS HIS COMPANY OF ARTISTS JA A THRILLING PERFORMANCE NEW! EXCITING! DIFFERENT! RESERVED SEATS SOW O.V SALE BALCONY 1.50 LOGE 3.60 ORCH. 2.40-3.60 MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED One Performance Only 8:30 ST. JAMES Relief to See Live Comedy On TV Screen By C. E. Butterfield -NEW YORK (if) It's a relief these days to watch a Hollywood produced situation comedy that isn't televised from film. I have in mind the new Alan Young show which alternates with Ken Murray on CBS-TV Sunday nights. Maybe the situations in which Alan becomes involved would be impossible in real life. But the mere fact he is doing them right before your eyes, making a little slipup here and there, gives a feeling of it's me from whom he's trying to get laughs not some studio claque brought in to supply sound effects. i Young's program sticks to one general theme, the experiences of a young bank clerk. Before he turned to TV Young had developed as a radio comedian, originally in Canada. To make the latest episode effective, the frame of a house was built on stage as part of the bank's real estate project. Young took it upon himself to help out by overseeing the job, climbing all over the structure and literally putting his foot into it in the most unexpected places. Lucy Sets Pace The trend toward filmed comedies that Young has interrupted, if only temporarily, has brought such a flood of shows produced under the Hollywood technique that it is becoming difficult to tell one from the other without a program. ' It could be that the success of one influences another. I Love Lucy, certainly the top production in the comedy field and for that matter most others, has had something to do with this. I Married Joan came along to duplicate in certain respects the Lucy technique. Private secretary, a comparative newcomer, reminds me a lot of Meet Millie, also about a secretary, but a live show. Life of Riley For Folks 25 and Over lt'$ the ST. PATRICK FRIENDSHIP DANCE TONIGHT HIQHTSTOWN COUNTRY CLUB Wear Your Graen It Hill Fay Prises Surprises Adm. II, Inc. Tax Irish Jig Contest Irish gong Contest "More Fun Than Pappy's Pig" the Premier Broadcast OF THI Choral Symphony under the direction of DR. FRANK BLACK TODAY 7:15 P.M. WJLK brought to you by your CADILLAC DEALER WITH P. M. Wed., March 25th PHONE 2-8883 J1L seems to be trying to duplicate on the male side the success Lucy has attained as a feminine star. The Amos and Andy TV series has been running on film as long as any of them. Among recent additions have been Our Miss Brooks, an off-spring of the radio show; My Little Margie, which started as the summer replacement for Lucy and turned out to be good enouRli for the regular season; and finally My Hero, which brought Robert Cummings to TV. Block to ABC Basically all of the filmed shows provide a smooth performance, any flaws having been deleted before the televising. Their greatest drawback is that they are a full step removed from the viewer, giving him the impression they are second hand. Television has taught him to expect the original product except where no effort is made to keep secret that a program actually is a motion picture. See hear items ABC has taken another step in building up its program structure. Martin Block, dubbed the "disc jockey tycoon" because of all the money earned in the 18 years of his Make Believe SHIRLEY BOOTH IN HER ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE ROLE . . . EVERYONE AGREES IT'S GREAT! ONE OF THE YEAR'S BEST. NEW YORK TIMES BURT SHIRLEY LANCASTER-BOOTH I- Come Back m Little Sheba TERRY MOORE . Richard JAECKEL i 1 IS" Mam vte fiesr$ VV'A. W liii. A vCf'r&J fmu Janet H fyW,, SIEW LEIGH I 1 ibi yggjiJ! PLUS Ixr7KT "UNDER THE RED SEA" i iiso WCo7 Mmm. I i BOB HOPE LUCILLE BALL "FANCY PANTS" Red Bank (-9600 CLAUDETTE COLBERT HENRY WILCOXEN CECIL B. DC MILL.E S , "CLEOPATRA" 1 rtttTTTTTJBp Freehold 8-9S00 ALAN LADI "THUNDER IN THE EAST" Color By Technicolor ond LYLE TALBOT "UNTAMED WOMEN" Open am . rn f-O'CII I Start 7: Telephone: Eatontown 3-9:68 "OPEN THI 2 TECHNICOLOR ATTRACTIONS 2 YVONNE DE CARLO A MAI REEN OIIARA ..-2. 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