Page Forty-Four ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL April 2, 1954 Eleanor Dial, Dick Mock Top Wilson Concert Ninth grader Eleanor Dial and seventh grader Dick Mock will be the featured soloists in Wood- row Wilson Junior High's in strumental concert Friday even ing. They will play "Clarinets Out Front' and "Habanera ou the clarinet and cello in the pro gram directed by R. C. Chartier in the school's auditorium at 8 p. m. The clarinet choir, composed of Eleanor Dial, Ronald Dewing Sandra Hansing, Susan Leidal, Jim Meares, Tom Moffat, Myr na Platz and Michael Unthank, will play "In the Spotlight." Also in a featured spot will be the cornet double trio of David Apple, Barry DeLong, Stanley Hultberg, Bill Moore, Harry Rardin and Sammy Shat tuck. They will play Buchtel's "Six Melodiers." Other members on the program include Pyle s "Frontier Sketch es," a contemporary suite for string orchestras: Menul s "Mu sic Box Gavotte"; Buchtel's "The Enchantress" and "Phantom Pa trol"; Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever"; and Mellin and Olias "You. You. You." Member of the Wllion hand anil or-tfieatxa Include violinist! Leila Brombera;. Charlei Coffee, Mtk Ham and Jean Naunhton; Tanla C'hernoff, viola; lick Mock and Sammy Nunnally, celloa; and Jean Orlgaby, atrlna baia. Playing flutei and piccolo ar Lynn Hayea, Nancy I.lgon and Suannne Shurter. Clarlnetlata ar Jeaal Allen, Darlen Blaylock, Carol Bonlwra, Eleanor Dial, Roland Dewlna;, Sandra Hana-ln, Suaan Lalilal, Beth McKat, Jim llearea, Tom , Moffatt. Myrna Plntz, Stan Roaa, Michael Unthank, Vivian Welch and BUI Zachmann. In the aaxophon aectlon are Jack Harlow, Denny Hawley, Don RatclUI, Larry Randal, Karen Rlnmrt and Harold Sluga. Horna art played by Linn Benson, Joe Fry, Bob Lacy and Frank Zaccarrla. Cornetlata Include David Apple, Barry PeLont;, David Dlllnhunt, Cecil Unya, Stanley Kultbera;, Robert Little, Bill Moore, Eddl McCllntlc, Larry Plumlea, Harry Rardin, John Rayburn, Mark Hed-trom, Wayne Sliarp, Sammy Shattuck and Jim Stewart. Other membera are Norman Gravann. I.yl Parker, Henry Pat and Rodney vtiiaon, trombone; vred Jilrach and Louella's Movie-Go-'Round June Allyson Slated for Role Opposite Jose Ferrer at U-l HOLLYWOOD, April 1 (INS) Don't droo dead when I tell you that June Allyson will be opposite Jose Ferrer in "The Shrike." Junie playing the fiendish wife who drives her husband to the insane asylum! I say don't be surprised even though this is definitely an off beat casting for Junie), because don, are on a honeymoon and are roughing their way across Europe in a new Jaguar. Not bad. Clark Gable turned down $350,000 offered him to star in "The Gunman" for Mort Briskin and Jim Stacey. I don't believe Clark's in a hurry to go to work. Last night Valerie and Donald Nelson entertained for the 21'ers. Both Charlie and Mollis will need a rest cure. Sound Sleep Costs Wallet, Car, Guitars A sound sleep cost a guest In a motor court here his wallet, $22, his 1953 model car and more than $1000 worth of musical equipment. Ray Burch of Farming told police he spent Tuesday night with an acquaintance at a Cen tral West court. When Burch awoke his companion and the missing items were gone. The musical equipment included two guitars and a public address system. San Juan, capital of Burch told police he had Rico, is the oldest city known his companion only about a month. He met the man in Farmington. Puerto in the new world under the Stars and Stripes. It was established in 1510. x the Broadway play will undergo some sweetness and light changes in its adaptation to the screen at Universal Interna, tional. Even Ferrer, who created the husband role on Broadway and directed the play, admits it can stand toning down from the unrelieved horror of the stage theme. The last time I talked with Mona Freeman she said the thing she wanted most was to get a good part in a picture. "I'm sick and tired of playing these young, inane girl roles," she said. Well, Mona gets .her wish. With Janet Leigh, who isstill limping from an accident in which she hurt her leg, she plays opposite Robert Taylor in "Rogue Cop." Roy Rowland, who was with mom lor years before he started free lancing, will direct this interesting three some. Firemen in Arkansas Have a Busy Day HARRISON, Ark. Wl-Ifs all part of the day's work in the life of a fireman. First job get a parakeet oul of a tree, Next job tell how to put a thermostat into an automobile. Next job fix a zipper in a little boy's pants. When Audrey Hepburn goes to England to keep her contract with the British company, Mel Ferrer will not be far behind. He has been signed by Docu- mento Films for a picture in Italy. I'm told the story that lures Ferrer1 to Rome, is a Nobel prize winner novel called "The Mother." He is to report in Italy on July 5, and that's about the time Audrey will be leaving. Their close friends seem to think this romance will lead to marriage. David Newlanrier, fearllonea: Wlnaton Bodwell, Ruaaell Ooff, Steve Hlarht and Kim Vearout, baaaea; and Goldi Cain, Bruce Craven, Mike Hani, Larry Lever-nz and Jean Naughton, percuaalon. Twlrlere ar Carol Bonham. Judv Marahall, Betty McDanlel and Marilyn v inner. California Hikes State Liquor Fees SACRAMENTO, Cal., April 1 (if") The California Legislature today approved legislation to increase liquor fees to raise money to rehabilitate alcoholics. The measure, already approved by the assembly, now goes to Gov. Goodwin J. Knight. The bill provides for a 10 per cent increase in liquor fees to finance the work of trying to straighten out confirmed drinkers. It also requires revocation of liquor licenses where the5 premises have become a hangout for narcotics peddlers and B-girls. The Senate deleted references to gamblers, prostitutes and panderers. I felt very sorry for Corinne, Calvet when I talked with her. She has been heartbroken over her divorce from John Brom field. She has been considered a frothy girl, who didn't care much about anything but dane ing and having a good time. But underneath all that she sincere ly loved Bromrield. They separated several times and then went back to each other. Corinne once told me she would never love anybody as much as she loved John. What happens in the privacy of a home only the two people concerned know. They were very jnuch in love, and all of a sudden it was all over. 13 m )PMI Today :SO P..Vf. Vmt Parkin; BARGAIN DAYS 25c Children Under 12 Years 5c LUIS AGUILAR MANTEQUILLA y EL CHICOTE en "2 Gallos de Pelea" Also for Real Jungle Thrills! 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