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22 A IT? AN HEATON' .TOl.TR.VAL Tuesday. October SI. 1344 EARL HEARS Easy Aces Want To Eat Sitting By F.ARI. WILSON NEW YORK "Come up to my ivory newer and I'll tell you about it," said Goodman Ace of radio's Kasv Ace. He and his wife Have been on, and up in the, air for 15 years. I listened intently to this sharp - tongued middle western wit. As drama critic, he once wrote about a certain hambo, 'You can't hear Mr. So-and-So Wilson past the third row no be sure to sit past the third row." And he pulled the horsoplayers' classic, "I have the horses right where they want me." He said that during these days of Roosevelt prosperity, he couldn't find places to eat, because restaurants were so crowded, and that Jane often longed for a good old republican depression. "Jane said she'd almost be willing: to vote for Dewey, because he'd bring back bad times; then we could go in any restaurant and get a table," he said. He's Quid GOODIE SEEMS to be quiet, hut possesses strong convictions. On the air his wire cracks such malaprops as "Be it ever so hovel there's no place like home," "Time wounds all heels." "I'll give you a thumbnose description of the guy, "We're insufferable friends" and "He's a ragged individualist." Her husband, who wrote these lines, for some years carried on a war with the stork Club and 21. Iscing a Kansas City boy, he doesn't like to have to Kay who he is to be allowed to spend money. So he didn't tell them he was the great (ioodman Ace of the radio when he went to 21. And he didn't get a table. Jack Benny said a couple of years ago that he'd fix it and made a date to meet him there. On Ace's arrival the doorman said, "Yes, what can I do for yon?" I'd like to see a suit of clothes," snapped Goodie, burning up. Benny slapped him warmly on the back at that moment and led him to a table, remarking, "I'll make a fuss over you and you'll always he welcome." As they left, the hatcheck guardian salaamed and said, "Here, Mr. Ace, is your coat." Ace was vastly flattered. "And here," the man said to Benny, "is your coat, Mr. Rernie." The fellow thought Benny was Ben Bernie. .UK WAS RETICENT at the Stork club about identifying himself and didn't get in. Curiously, he then got a card telling of the wonderful air-conditioning in the Cub room. Ace wrote to Sherman Billingsley, saying, "You think you have good air-conditinning. We KNOW you have. We got the most frigid reception we got anywhere." Billingsley replied with some handsome bow ties. "Thanks," wrote back Ace. "If you'll send me some socks to match, I can get turned down in style at the Stork club." Now they're friends. Billingsley recently ordered the best table in the house for Ace. I asked Ace to figure out how many hours a week he works. It came to It 1-2. That's uhat I put in in one day! But of course, I make less money. Jai It Benny bought his first gag. relating to a Chinese magician opening the show at the old Palace. The gag was: "Vaudeville has changed. It used to take Japs or better to open." Ace told me at this point that he had better get to work. "I have my Crosley to bear, he explained. Ham JOEY ADAMS, thf ronnc at Leon & Eddie's, encountered Oscar Peiiin, and said, "I eat your stciks regularly serlin steaks." Srrlin replied, "My business isn't food, but shows." "Oh," said Joey, "turkeys'" The ham! Jennie Goldstein, the darling of the Yiddish Mage, opened triumphantly at the Rumanian Village, although her husband huh rushed to Polyclinic hospital the same day after a stroke. She wept between wliows, hut on the floor was a brilliant comedienne. One of her fans was 78. Jennie is just part of a big, interesting show. THE MIDNIGHT KARL- Honeychild Wilder phoned ex-husband Curlpy Harris from Buenos Aires to tell him current husband Alfred Something has broken a leg; "just knew it would make you happy," sne said Lieut. Robert Taylor's at the Waldorf and the Stork tiub Handsome as hell in that uniform Pario's dog, S tinkle, is wearing a big Roosevelt badge around La : Martinique and claiming to be I president of the Let's Keep Fala : in the White House society. j Comedian Billy Vine's doing his usual great job at the Latin Quarter Jacqueline Billingsley. Sherm's daughter, goes on the i Blind Date program Nov. 6 The ; Zanzibar's Ink Spots, whose baritone died, become four again j Congratulations to the war dept. for permitting Capt. Burgess Meredith, onp of our greatest actors, to play Ernie Pyle in "Here's Your War".. Kay Guier, Diamond Horse-show cutie who went to Hollywood and came back, aaid she didn't have one date and that Hollywood's the Jersey City . of the west coast. CAMEO Ljaa Rari - Fdw. AM . . Hi rule HE-llll G. R sins a TAMPICO eVen4 Teatarf Attrarlf MY GAL SAL Cis I 'ON WITH Till- SHOW New Singer Jane Powell Steps Into Footsteps Of firavson, Durhin By BETTY FRENCH Rraron Journal Tftaatrr F.dilnr HOI.I.VWOOI) has had a soft spot in its heart for younj girls who could sing ever since Deanna Durhin appeared in "Three Smart Girls." Kathryn Grayson, Susanna Foster and Gloru Jean, for three, have achieved screen prominence following in the trail that Deanna blazed, and other youngsters are coming up in the same manner. One of the latest is Jane Powell, a round-faced, dark-haired, blue-eyed 14-year-old, who is now on Loew's screen in "Song of the Open Road." Jane has the same buoyancy Deanna Durhin had in her early screen days, and it's probably not just a coincidence that she was discovered by Miss Durhin, and is started on her film career by Charles R. Rogers, who also set the Durbin career in motion. Young Miss Powell also had ful voice that is displayed in the picture in "Carmena" and in some ballads including "Too Much in Love," "Fun in the Sun" and "Here It Is Monday." Introduced on the Edgar Bi-rgen-(harlle McCarthy radio program, she Ik aided In her film debut by the presence of Bergen and Charlie, and hy music, by Sammy Kaye, comedy hy W'. C. Fields, and a pleasant open-air a, lory about the American Youth Hostels. She's under contract to M-G-M. but will be seen next in another Charles R. Rogers musical, which used to he railed "High Among the Stars'' hut has been changed to "Delightfully Dangerous." DARRYL ZAMTK is still undecided about whether or not to produce Wendell Willkie's "One World," to which he holds the film rights. If it is filmed, however, he said Spencer Tracy would be the man to play Wlllkie George "Gabby" Hayes supports John Wayne for the 27th time in his screen career in "Tall in the Saddle" Dick Haymcs and Dana Andrews have been set for top roles in the new musical version of "State Fair." Negotiations are being made to borrow Kathryn Grayson for the picture also F.RKOL I LYNN'S next picture will bo "Don Juan" .Dennis O'Keefe will play one of the, leads opposite .loan Fontaine in "The Af fairs of Susan "... Louis llayward's first picture since he was dis charged from the marine corps will lie "Ten Little Indians," adapta tion of (he stage mystery Stephen Richards, former Akron radio announcer now acting for Warner Brothers, will be seen for the second time by Akron moviegoers In "The Doughgirls." He was also in "Passage to .Marseille." j THE SUIT which 20th Century-Fox filed against Jennifer Jones when she failed to star in "Laura" for that company has been settled with David O. Selznick, who holds Miss Jones' contract. She is to star in one Fox picture per year, with "Cluny Brown" as the first one. ...Ethel Barrymnre's new play for the Theater Guild, "Embezzled Heaven," opens tonight in New York Jack Carson will play the male lead opposite Joan Crawford in 'Mildred Pierce" Cantinflas, famous Mexican comedian, will be starred in RKO's "The Magnificent Tramp" as his American film debut. mm Robrrt nunr. Margaret O'Brien. harlra l.aughton CANTERV1LLE GHOST Tat O'Brlrn, Robt. Rvan. Ruth lltir? MARINE RAIDERS Thurn.: In Society and Weird Woman iih:i Woodier At. Katharin Hepburn DRAGON SEED Smiley Burnett PRIDE OF THE PLAINS ItOVAl ABBOTT A f 2S Johntton St. ABBOTT A TOSTFI I.O IN SOCIETY farm en Mirandi, Don A met he, Wm. Ren till GREENWICH VILLAGE MtNRIK MFIOHV 5 POINTS ABBOTT I Will Oiborne I RFC PARKING ABBOTT A rOSTELLO Will Ofhorne and Orrhrntra IN SOCIETY Pat O'Brlrn Bulb Warrick IRON MAJOR PENINSULA N ITE CLUB i On Rote 3n.1. Penlmula, O. 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