FOURTEEN EVliNINC TIMES, CUMBERLAND, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2!),. 19 IS 'Phone '4600 Tor a WANT AD.Taker. In Hollywood— Ce "- so / /t '/ ) By EKSKIXE JOHNSO.V XEA Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD—A female gorilla can't fall in love with Lou Costello. The Johnston film censorship office iaVS SO. But it's if a male advised him that .•further publicity at this time would be unwise. V * * Moira Shearer, . the English ballerina who wins film .stardom in I "The Red Shoes,"; is. nixing Holly- jwood and British'inovie'offers be- And that. Ing Oscar — tare censorship. Lou's "romance" •Kitii the gorilla is a running gag M the comedy. '"Africa Screams." Trie censors insisted- on changing the gorilla's sex after reading the script. Africa 1 screams? Hollywood is scrsaming. R«J Skdton played Santa Glaus »g?in for 100 homeless kids at Pacific Lodge. Individual gifts for all plus ihrec television sets. The rumors are out that English pictures may be barred from Hollywood's Academy noting this year because of poor, Hollywood- English film relations. That's all Hollywood needs to' top its year of publicity bungling. * * « Here's a switch: Prom New York I hear that Lana Turner wants to £ive up her film career but "Bob Topping doesn't-approve. He wants her to go on being a movie queen. It will surprise a lot of people to know that Grecr Garson's "Julia Misbehaves" was the nation's top 1 grossing movie in the month- of November. . . . Hal Wallis is talking to Peter Lind, Hayes about playing Marie Wilson's boy friend In "My Friend Irma.". . . For the eighth straight year, Dinah Shore is tops with the nation's radio editors. „« • • . NEC will give comics Dean Mar' tin and Jerry Lewis a 5250.000 publicity build-up as the'" web's answer to Jack Benny's switch to CBS. . . . The Bob Crosby-Patti Andrews recording. "The Pussy Cat Song," is headed for the Hit Parade. Errol Hynn has dropped his suit »samst a fan magazine for print- leg wnat he called derogatory remarks about him. Plynn's attorneys win* a blush-!"The Red Shoes," she says, is her T\ins a blush , flrst and lftst pjctu ^ Wcll ^ wcr]] wait and see. ..-."•.••-. '• "Are you .planning "to ' sec Gable's Commandoes-?" : ' • •••'••• -i '•• Howard" Hughes- is" putting "Yen- delta" -back into production for' one scene-a scene ..of ' r ,a gun being fired ____ Lucille 'BalL'svradio show, "My Favorite .HusTJarTd;','- finally snagged a sponspr'—'Jellch-startins Jan. 7. ... The:Jiatipn.'s-:independ- -'' ' the f-lcction conducted by the Honest Ballot Association o'f New York. The association' 'conducted the Cclanese ejection here last' year. "A rose by any'-other^name, etc." | ir.g -committee and warden. After Clark Gable's "Command De-|. Those wishing to accept : TWUA Sets Dates For Nominations Special membership'meetings •will! be held Wednesday, January 12 atjLight Run Of SlO<:lc B. p. m., and-Thursday, Jannary 13 at 10:30'a.'m. in Textile' Hail, 34 North Mechanic. Street, to nominate officers for next year,- officials of LOMI 1874. Textile Worker. Union of America, CIO,, has announced. Officers 'to ' be nominated arc president, vice president,' recording secretary, business manager, executive board, board of trustees, audit- ' * f\ i LCf Olitl t. \_ItKJiC A *_*i_PiiJiiit*A4VJ j-^i.- i • — -•—-'— •• ------ u -- - - .- ' cision" opened Here," 1 ! -overheard a ation to any of. those offices and lady 'at Lucey's asking her friend: who' are unable 'to attend either ' ' meeting must notify James Martin, recording secretary, in writing W g p. m. Wednesday, January 12. Union officials set -'war 24 . . ... ent exhibitors 's, demand-' ing suspension of'sfars'wbo fail to toe the morals markVsTlieir theory is that if HoUywbod : 'keeps the stars in; line,, they can keep:;the public in-line at their 1 boxVoflices. , • *. .nr-:->»>i _ Al Jolson is burn'lhg;-«pver Larry o--i-c' acceptance u)f.--a.:Iguest shot Former Resident illed In Fire 25 and 26 as .the probable dates for tiie election ballptir.K. ' Members ' or the 8,000-member TWUA local voted recently to have Reported Al Yards A 1 light run of stock with a busy market and prices'50'cents to 51 higher than In.st week was reported at the Cumberland Stockyards yesterday. Medium to good slaughter steers •>3'.'.-25',4 ' plain steers 20-22%: good stock calves (400-500 pounds) 2425-14; medium to good bulls 22-23'.i; medium to good veal calves 30-34'A: light to plain calves 23 cents down. Medium to good, butcher heifers •>iy>-23V-; medium to good butcher cows 17-19; shelly cows 12-16. Good hoes 22 J A-23'/4: sows 17-19; pigs S7- .19,50 a head. Medium to good lambs 2'>-' J 5 Good heavy chickens 38-43: Leghorns and light chickens 30-35. Turkeys' CO-70 cents a pound. Thl m-c has been attributed to an • ovevhcatcd stove. Relatives of Mrs. Fisher residing ..ore ] m vc been notified of blw tra- A former Cumberland woman nndlrcdy. They Includnc an aunt Mrs. !-.ree of her children died, and a j Jacob Taylor and a gi .dmothu, Vjrlh child was critically injured j Mrs. Bertha HollmsswoUh. In a fire which Look the lives -of sever, persons early Christmas roorn- ! ing near New Brunswick. N. J. There- are 40,923 miles of trolley coach street car and bus lines m the United States,' the equivalent Yanks Leave Korea SEOUL, Korea—W)—Some American occupation forces have 'left Korea. But there was no announce-, menc today of how extensive the . $1 _ 49 , move might be. • •.'•••'• • - : The tr.S. military tommand declined to' talk.. about Jt. President linfl not been informed b'ui'thit h« was sure It was.no threat to'Korean security. c .. . Syngman -Bhec. of Korea said he BANANAS Vi/' .. ...^J -$1.38 a bunch-. -^-, s at Lovers Leap in'flic .Uar-. Adv.—N-T-Dec. 29-30 ' Mrs. HfiBCL. nsner. to, I'm mms"- tuc u»"v>.-- ~—---• -- - T tcrs. Barbara, 8. and Paertais. 10, of 16 railroad l£« tatwcen ' elect when their one-storv homc|-xorl-. and Los Angeics. was destroyed. Another daughter. Mrs. Doris Kirknian and her children, Ronald, 5, and Goya, 4, and a lodger also were burned to death. j Shirley Fisher, 14, who jumped '•from a bedroom window and aroused neighbors by her screams, was critically burned while trying I to rescue the others from the flames.' on Cantor's airshow."Parks -turned down Jolson's offer-to-be his guest, . . . Most approp'riate v Him title of the year: "Tlirce. Ham.v.jon. Rye," starring the Three Stooges,Man has cultivated" oysters'longer than any other shellfish.i"!' . Breakfast at PORTERS Restaurant 20 N. Mechanic St. Open Daily Except Sunday from 7A.M. until 10 P.M MOKE PEOPLE BUY St.Joseph THAN ANY.OTHER:,ASPIRIN JN. THE WORLD *FOR./Q f Make Your Reservations Nowfor New -Meax's •'. .:<-ft.tn m f* fv.'.f C*\}., C?o^ in-::. - DAJjjJE. NEW YEARS EVE Until? A.M. fAIR GO. TAVERN Music by Jiggs Rctalick and His Trio Have Your HEW YEARS EVE PARTY at the A Holiday Treat! Hear . Beverly Stull First Lady c r ;ho Accordici-i RENNIE'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE Baltimore ot Mechanic NEW LOW PRICES ROUND & SQUARE DANCE New Year's Eve $4.00 Per Couple (Tax inclmled) and . Hew Years Night (regular iwlmission) Make reservations' now Phorie 608-J Minke's Cottage Inn MIDWAY INK 'Route 220..' $1.20,per couple gss^sssssssssffiSi^ Music By the Ambassadors $4.50 per couplcj. tax, incl. Phone Even ings';4006 ' or A75-J ..-' BIG NEW YEAR'S EVE Informal Dancfe STATE ARMORY Dancing 10 to ? 1 Doors open 9 j. m, " ' " - -i:«r%- / . ;^2 ' ; Music by Ray Clark's Orchestra" Admission $1.00 per??:;:: (tax included) CARDE N LAST DAY —- ri.us — CARTOON \'Action titts'iar I SPANISH STYLE! IT'S THRILLING! ,MI Prices Include Tax ADULTS, alwoys 35c Children, always 20c TOMORROW and FRIDAY -with - CflRTOON PLUS THRILLING TOP ACTION WESTERN ALLAN LANE - as - RED RYDER - in "MARSHAL OF CRIPPLE CREEK" TODAY THRU FRIDAY MATINEE "-0||! ^BUTTONS AND BOWS" SHOJfe falefacc' ~ --*-rbf l T^cJlIliCQ' M * ^ HOPE STARTS SATURDAY : ~7 r NEW YEAR'S] DAY HAPPY-GQ-HUGGY MUSICAL! _ *BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW fOR QUIT 3. COMPLETE SHOWS—7:30-3:30-12 SARTS SAT. NEW YEAR'S DAY 2 TOP HITS TO START THE NEW YEAR OFF WITH A BANG!! •COM AVA GARDNER DICK mm tBUY YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR S COMPLETE SHOWS—7:30-9:30-.! LAST "HILLS OF HOME" n « V IN TECHNICOLOR -with. LASSIE GALA MIDNIGHT SHOW SCNINE THEATRES ARE FAMILY THEATRES • CELEBRATE AS EARLY OR AS LATE AS YOU LIKE! BRING-THE WHOLE 'FAMILY! COMPLETE SHOWS — .ABOUT; 7:30 - 9:30 - 12 MIDNITE K 3 SCREEN GALAWREVUE TAKE YOUR PICK 2 OF 1949'S BIGGEST HITS! * * * fcai | ^g^YJbWlUKE> Uf | BUD )•"« - ABBOTT-COSTEUP IIJI'S MG NE\V ACHIEVEMENT TRO-M . . m WARNER BROS. • • ( -**jf ?*• •> U< with X UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE ALL CUMBERLAND WELCOMES £ w KARSTON SHOWI rEOTr o^^r^ TWO BIG DAYS-THURS. AND FRI. DEC. 30-31 PLUS A SPECIAL GALA RED HOT NEW YEAR'S EVE JAMBOREE - FRIDAY ^t-^ ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FROM REGULAR SHOW! AMERICA'S NO. 1 STAGE SHOW — WITH EVERY THRILL IN THE BOOK! 'NATURE GIRL" , ROBERTA £. "FIG LEAF DANCE )7 RENEE YVONNE BARON AN ACT FOR THE T1KED BUSINESSMA> T I RIDES AN 18 FT. UNICYCLE STANDING ON HIS HEAD! MEL HALL UNICYCLE KING ON SCREEN "Million Dollar Weekend" . GENE RAITMOXn FRANCIS LEDERER HIS dRAZY BAND- 4 HENDERSONS - MANY OTHERS! STAGE SHOWS THURSDAY AT 2:00-4:00-7:00-9:30 — FRIDAY AT 2:00-4:00-7:00 AND THE Special Jamboree Friday Starting at 9; 15,p. m. Doors Open 8-.45 p. m. - Ho Children Admitted to Jamboree PRICES, Thurs. & Frl. Mat. SSc, Nite 75c . - tax included Special Jamboree Show! Friday $1.00 Inc!. Tax ALL DAY THURS. & FRI. DEC. 30-31 TICKETS FOR AMBOREE SHOW NOW ON SALE AT BOXOFEICE - Sale Limited MIDNITE SHO TICKETS Nov On Sale ALL SEATS INC. TAX - plui COLOR CARTOON Last i *.• a, ,TI*T« C » Today A DEirm smuwiiwrTH SMUWUK KIDhAPPtRJ AHO KIUI«$ STARTS TOMORROW He Didn't Say M«*...H»s GwiTAM tor MM! EAGLf LION FILMS priwntt TbeMANfromTEXAS James Lynn. -'•'-'. Johnni«>r . ;CRAIG-BARi;:JOHNST0Ni, SECOND FEATURE—HOWLING COMEDY!
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