Moberly Monitor-Index from Moberly, Missouri on September 27, 1951 · Page 9
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Moberly Monitor-Index from Moberly, Missouri · Page 9

Moberly, Missouri
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Thursday, September 27, 1951
Page 9
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Sultry Yvonne Now Respects Exotic Roles Natives Love Those Films, Miss DeCarlo Finds in Near East By Bob Thomas HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 27 -- (Si-Sultry Yvonne DeCarlo, who has slithered through many an exotic epic, has returned from the Near East with a healthy respect for such films. She found the folks love 'em over there. Miss DeCarlo. first film star to perform in Israel, reported she played to riotous audiences there. Before her trip, she was not very fond of the "Arabian Nights" type of film she has often appeared in. "But I was amazed at how much the people over there liked those pictures," she remarked. "I talked to many natives -- cab d r i v e r s , hair dressers, hotel clerks -- who said they had seen "Schehera- zade* four and five times. And they seemed to have liked 'Cas- bah,' too, although I don't £now why. Every time I played a concert, someone would'yell, 'sing something from 'Casbah.' " No Illusions She added that the natives had no illusions about the authenticity of such films. "They would laugh at the inaccuracies, such as having a Persian robe on an : Arabian." she said. "But still ; they admire those pictures for ; their entertainment." · 1 Eddie Cantor, fiddler Jascha , Heifetz and musician Leonard : Bernstein have appeared in Israel, but Miss DeCarlo was the i first film personality to en- | tertain in the new country. She j played several concerts there, j singing and dancing many of her j movie routines. The results were j riotous. I i Stand In Aisles j ! "It would have happened t o . | any film performer playing · i there," she declared modestly, j j "At every performance, there were between 150 and 200 civilian and military policemen to hold back the crowds. The hall would hold 1,500 people, but always the side doors would be pushed open and many more would stand in the aisles, "My biggest worry was get, ting into the theater. The people j individually were very respect- i ful, but you know what mobs can do. I was never certain of getting out alive." Miss DeCarlo is just about the travelingest actress I know. Whenever she isn't busy on the j movie stages, she is packing up | for some faraway spot. About | the only places she hasn't been I are the Far East, India, Africa j and Sweden. ! South Africa Next | "And I've had an offer to appear in South Africa, so that will be my next trip," -she assured. "I hope to spend some time in Sweden on the same trip." Of all the countries she has visited, she likes Spain the best. (That could be because she met Mario Cabre, the bull-fighting poet, on her last, irip there.) The only drawback to Spain she added, was the fans -- "sometimes you find a crowd a block long following you." Paris is another matter -"they don't care about celebrities there: they are too busy enjoying life." She also likes Rome, Austria and England. In the latter place she feels the best, since it's like her native Vancouver. Right now she is heading out west--to play in an early Call ifornia epic with Joel McCrea, i Quite a traveler, this gal. WAYSIDE INN Friday, September 28 For Your Dancing Pleasure--The Band of Bands Eddie Sigoloff His trumpet and music styled for dancing Featuring the lovely voice of Glenna Frazier OUR FOOD SPECIAL UNTIL 8:30 ;Police Start Anew :in Investigation |0f St. Louis Killing : ST. LOUIS, Sept. 27--(#)-- St. ; Louis police are ready to start over in their investigation of the fata! beating of Mrs. William i Drebes Sept. 14. I · Wallace S. Macker, 48, railroad ; switchman, was released yester- t day on 310,000 bond. He had · been charged with murder in the · slaying. 1 But Assistant Circuit Attorney ! Edward L. Dowd said the charge was based on a story by 13-year- old Jacqueline Donlon, who told 1 police Macker boasted to her of i killing Mrs. Drebes and gave her i $25 to keep quiet. ' Yesterday, Dowd said, the girl told authorities she had made up the whole"' story. She was released to the custody of her parents last night. Tthe warrant against Macker was not withdrawn pending further investigation. Gas increase Less Than Had --^ £ Been 'Sought 3 Million Cubic Feet Must Be Divided Among 15 Towns F. P. Williams. Jefferson City, vice-president and general manager of the Missouri Power ' Light. Co.. stated today that an of three million cubic feet of gas for residential use I ,n the coming year has been al- j lotted to the Missouri Power [ Light Co. for the 15 towns serviced by the company. 1 Mr. Williams emphasized that the increased gas supply from Panhancle Eastern was made 1 available to residential custom- I crs only and must be distributed i among all the towns served by the company. It will be necessary for the company to keep a careful check on the amount of gas that new customer. 1 ; intend j to use because the increased allotment already ha.? been nearly absorbed. Enough customers have been added, it was stated, : to take an additional two mil- I lion cubic feet. In recent weeks the federal rjower commission granted the three million cubic feet incrraye , Moberu wrmwor- . .. . . on Index and Democrat which will make availaole 28 _-. ,-,.., million cubic feet per day in Thursday^Sept.jZA 19M peak periods. The Missouri PO-.V- · er Light Company has asked held up natural gas heating lor for 39 millions. " ' n e w homes or converting other The order lifting restrictions ' types of heating to natural gas. partially on the use of natural gas distributed by the company was made by the Missouri public service commission. Last June 19 restrictions were imposed on the company which TODAY and FRIDAY · ? » ? ? ^| Golden Brown Chicken, French Fries, Italian Salad, Hot Rolls, Butter, Coffee, tea or milk $1.23 Lobster--Shrimp--Fillet of Steak--Top Sirloin--T-Bonei Frog Legs on plate or dinner. Menu Price* B«er--Liquor--Champagne--French Wine* Adrn. .$1.00 including tax ·if*" 1 * j j * ' ,,'* , . '-"·$£ GIRL WITH 'HEX APPEAL'--Donna Ha\ nes. six feet, four inches toll, is featured in the "Den of Living Nightmares" stage show at the Grand theater tomorrow night. The specie! performance beginning ot 11:30 o'clock w i l l include the film, "Midnight Monster." tffl Etf ROXY T H E A T R E HUNTSVILLE Starts T o n i p r h l - "INDIAN" TERRITORY" Gene A u l r y and C h a m p i o n "SMUGGLER'S GOLD" Mitchell Cameron American Royal Queen Contest -- Stage -- Sat. 8:30 W. B. Crows Leave for Home Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crow have returned to their home in Kansas City after a visit with Mr. ' Crow's brother, T. E. 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