Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 8, 1955 · Page 25
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1 r y V v w I , . m w y y y ryl "V - 4 June 8, 1955 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Page Twenty-Five louella'i Movie Go 'Round Jane Russell, Bob Waterfield Sign Widmark for Next Film By DOROTHY MAN'VERg (Louella Parsons in on vicaUon) rwLLiwuuu usj jane Russell and Bob Waterfield weren't Kiaamg wnen iney saia they wanted top stars for their independent Russ-Field picture for U-A. They've signed Richard Widmark for Run for the Sun," a high tension thriller bv Robert Wilder As Widmark is getting 50 per cent of "Backlash," the movie hes just itarting at Universal-! : International, Bob and Jane rru it Ha 11 must bt paying fancy prices, I IQ VATO SlQ C too. With Clark Gablt signed TUIC JldllD icYT fin tf ihoir film my. A ..... " uv UUW Wall Widmark, they're batting in the I VJtnn UAl big leagues. iMS U ICC Ml Incidentally, the Widmark picture rolls before Clark's. It's hot for Susan Hayward to be Tyrone Power's co-star in "The Eddy Duchin Story" at Columbia, playing the tragic role of the wife who died. Susan and Ty are old teammates from 20th and the part is a natural for her. Around MGM where she's currently working in "I'll Cry Tomorrow" there's nothing but Joraise for the way Susie is cooperating. Previously known as i gal who could blow up a storm now and then, Susan's been nothing but an angel since! her recent headlines. Bette Davis, who wouldn't even put on lipstick unless her pal, Perc Westmore advised her, gets him to do her up as the mousy1 librarian who turns spunky in "The Library" at Columbia. She also promised Perc that she will be mistress of ceremonies at the make-up artists and hair stylists ball, a big event at the Palladium, in September. Norman Taurog Is staging the ahow which will be more important than ever this year as it marks the first time the beauticians are being recognized as a category in next year'i academy award voting. It's about time someone gave talented Pat Crowley another good break. This girl was hot a year ago and was allowed to cool oft. But it's practically set for Pat to be Tony Curtis' leading lady In his next, "Square Jungle," and if she doesn't have the part how come she's in wardrobe very day at U-I having fittings? The picture won't start until the end of the month to allow poor Tony, who hasn't had a vacation in months, to spend some "free time" in the dentist's chair. Hollywood in Shorts: A special invitation was sent to Jack Webb and Dorothy to attend Julie London (Webb's) opening night at John Walsh's 881 Club. Whatta you bet they don't show? Cleo Moore is back in Burbank hospital and har friends are worried about her continued loss of weight. Dana Andrews' 20-year-old f pmm son, David, a piano player in a nightclub, makes his movie debut with Dana in "News Is Made at Night," playing a piano player in a nightclub. WASHINGTON ()-A 14-14 tie vote blocked, at least temporarily, favorable action by the House Commerce committee on legislation to exempt natural gas producers from direct regulation. Chairman Priest ,(D., Tenn.) said another vote probably will be taken this morning. Three members were absent whe-n the vote was taken. Priest declined to identify them but other committee members said they were Reps. Beam- er (R.,lnd.), Springer (R..I11.) and Heselton (R., Mass.). Beamer and Springer are known to favor the legislation. Heselton, who missed several recent committee sessions because of illness, is against. Priest said that if all commit tee members are present today and do not change their positions the bill "presumably" will be approved. Vaccine Limited, Scheele Asserts WASHINGTON (-Surgeon General Leonard A. Scheele says the manufacturers of Salk polio vaccine will not be able to produce enough "to immunize all chillren this summer." Scheele told the nation, in a prepared report for television and radio, that the policy of the Public Health Service is "safety, not speed, except as the latter is compatible with safety." A Health Service spokesman said that when Scheele referred to "all children," he meant those aged 1-19. He said the estimate there wouldn't be enough vaccine for all children did " not change the May 31 statement by President Eisenhower that the double inoculation of first and second graders "certainly" will be completed before the polio season reaches its peak in August. Pablo Sanchez Sentencing Set Pablo Sanchez of Lemitar, found guilty last month by a federal jury in Santa Fe 'on a charge of receiving stolen gov ernment property, is scheduled for sentencing by. U.S. Dist. Judge Waldo Rogers in Federal Court here at 9:30 a. m. Thursday. Sanchez was indicted by federal grand jury last February on a three-court charge of receiving government property in connection with what police termed a "theft ring" at Socorro. He was convicted on a count charging he received and kept an electric drill he knew was stolen from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, but was ac- quited on a charge involving a truck tire. Judge Rogers has taken under a consideration a motion for Judgment of Acquital filed May 23 by Sanchee's attorney, Everett Grantham, of Albuquerque. Three men and two juveniles. also allegedly involved in the "theft ring," were given sentences ranging from two years' probation to six months in jail by U. S. Judge Carl Hatch in Federal Court last Friday. Welfare Home BidsAreOpened New Mexico Plumbing Co. and Albuquerque Foundry k Machine Works submitted apparent low bids cn construction work on a new building at the Girls Welfare Home on Edith Blvd., according to Miss Florence Perkinson, superintendent. Bids of $8445 for plumbing and air conditioning and $3798 for radiant heating were submitted by New Mexico Plumbing. A bid of $3569 for structural steel was put in by the foundry and machine works. Miss Perkinson said the bids will be sent to the state purchasing agent in Santa Fe, where cataloguing and study is necessary before final approval can be given. The new unit is slated for completion this fall, and will be used as a reception center for girls entering the home. Bids will be opened June 20 on contracts to furnish electrical and roofing supplies for the building. Whales, which are mammals, still bear vestigial limbs. Austria! Independence Treaty Is Ratified VIENNA, Austria (.Austria's independence treaty has been ratified by parliament. The legislators also voted to make this nation perpetually neutral. The treaty, freeing Austria from military occupation after 17 years cf Nazi and Allied rule, will go into effect when it is ratified by the United States, the Soviet Union, Britain and France. President Theodore Koerner will sign the ratification instrument today and it will be sent to Moscow for de. posit, completing the process. Wit WAV' n Open 6:30 MS. MoM6 -ooo T - P ill 1 lmmfamt'iy BAReARA STANWVCK 1-1 ' .i t HUN ALU KcAbAN I I Cf t U M N M IX I " 1 1 I -1 -1 k I I I V'itl. T f,-l V- K-Ifc-V I at 7:40-and 11:20- -AND y THERE NEVER WAS A MAN LIKE On -a a nj p m ('S'i.'-'i ALAN LADD JEAN ARTHUR VAN HEFLIN Once 9:20 Starts Thur. "the Command' ,nd'Big Sleep (232213? BLENDED WHISKEY 86.8 PROOF -65 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. CALVERT DISTILLERS CO.. N.Y.C OPEN 6:15 NOW "SUSAN SLEPT HERE" Technicolor pins "CARNIVAL STORY" Technicolor t Color ( krtoonf DAVID MARGA SILVA LOPEZ Auguttln Lara Ninon Stvllla Tena La Ncara "REYANCHA" PLUS BILL JOHN ELLIOTT CARROLL "California Outpost" TONIGHT ONLY! P us) bus rl Sht'ftho i JtyT ln a man. trap! ltl5V' CLEO MOORE HUGO HAAS UV4 1 JOHN AGAR - " A COLUMBIA P1CIURI AT 7:40- AND 11:15 ALSO ALEC GUINNESS at his greatest! ri VP II 0 OPEN 6:45 a? 01 ONCE9:30 LAST NIGHT OPEN 6:45 Battle Cry 7:40 10:50 Ficht Film 10:25 THE ScOROCiGlY PffiSONAl BeST-SoLEX I w. PHS to Take Over Indian Bureau Unit All medical personnel with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, including 150 now working in the Albuquerque region, will be transferred to posts with the Public Health Service when the service takes over the work of the BIA on July 1 in New Mexico and Arizona, according to Guy C. Williams, United Pueblos Agency superintendent. Slated to take over an executive post with the PHS is Dr. Elroy F. Mclntyre chief medical officer of the BIA here. The new office is expected to be situated in the Marion Hotel building, 220 Third NW- It will taff 57 nersons. The Marion was apparent low bidder lasts week to provide the 7300 square feet of office space for the PHS. If Albuquerque Man Hurt In US-85 Accident Amador Padilla, 23, of Route ! 1. Albuquerque, received a ekull fracture when the car he occupied overturned two and a M4 half miles south of here on US-85 late Sunday night. . His condition at Presbyterian Hospital Monday was described as "fair." if State Policeman Luther Old-1 ham Jr.. said Padilla was one I of four passengers in a car f driven by Jose M. Bustament, 23. of Route 3. Albuquerque. He f- said the car was making a right s turn onto Rinconada Lane SW ...i it :j.4. ...... i wnen me actiuem wtuum. , Padilla was brought to the i hospital by Albuquerque Ambu lance Service. I woTt it Warner Bros. 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