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Fort Lauderdale News from Fort Lauderdale, Florida · Page 30

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Friday, May 28, 1954
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Iv ( '4 "ITS. LITTLE LULU 1 By MARGE 1 v3 THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By WILSON SCRUGGS INDICATES CABLE PROGRAM. Th. Kew. Cannot Je Responsible For Last Minute Change. In Progrsms. INDICATES NETWORK PROGRAMS - - . NO b.a.EI I 1 EOOO JOS? TUIS IS TUB YlKO THOSE VEE Y I MslT GOT TLV TO &GUE V.fTM VOU, ) ff : PiVENT ALWAYS BlcNNM. SECOND Tl THIS VEkf ) TWE ONLY TIMES ; STONE . WE DONT NEED YOU' J V I'VE WAD NY EYE ON lD?I; BULS lV PlUED w LATC-A 5lNCE BEEN 4 KECE ANY N VOCE. YDUte 1 V0ST00U'Sc iW-aTJfSj A GOOD j e- . jf fZ WITH . " THEOUGutDNYWU. .fHn Y,FTWrtr CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER 14-B FT. LAUDERDALE DAILY NEWS. FrL. May 28. 1954 Prograni Migliligliits Radio . 6:35 pja. WrTL--Tropic Gardener. Florida gardening problems and tips are offered by expert Johnny Walker. 7:30 WQAM Lone Ranger. A young outlaw, the Cactus Kid, tries to go straight, but his outlaw partners plan 0 kill him. Knowing that the outlaws plan to ambush him, the Cactus Kid forces Dan Reid, teen-age nephew of the masked man to change clothes with him. 8 WKAT Counterspy. Federal agents are called upon toi solve. "The Proxy Con," case. 8:15 WIOD Perfectly Prank. A live rendition of "If I Had You" is the top offering of Prankie and the Sinatra Symphonette. Recordings include Tommy Dorsey's "Marie" and Sinatra's "These Foolish Things." 9 WQAM Ozzie and Harriet. Ozzie thinks that Harriet is being too protective with David and Ricky and figures it's about time that they start allowing the boys "to become individuals." 9:35 WIor Can You Top This? A panel of "Senator" Ed Ford, Harry Hershfield and Ward Wilson try to "top" gags sent in by listeners. Peter Donald speaks for the listeners. Television 8 p.m. WFTL-TV Big Story. An anonymous letter caused reporter Virgil Pierson of the Birmingham Ala. Age-Herald to investigate a case of allegedly accidental death which proved to be his Big Story. I 8:20 WITV Girl Friday Show. Virginia Stadler, program hostess, will interview Miss Marguerite Dodds. a national officer of the National Secretaries Association. - 5 WTVJ Cavalcade of Sports. Charlie Norkus, 25-year-old ex-Marine from Bayonne, and Tommy "Hurricane" Jackson, the unorthodox swinger from Far Rockaway, N.Y. meet at Madison Square Garden in a 10-round heavyweight bout. Pniiv rrT85186- Eile6n Heckert wm 'ar as Aunt "rhA ?ttle0Chlld ShaU Le Them," an adaptation of some of the Tom Sawyer adventures by Mark Twain. ni: . n-Theater. "Identity Unknown u venule ior Kicnard Arlen and Cheryl Walker 1 ft 1 t TUTTTf-ir at . r . m . imr- ""J "y-Mcwarcny Hearing. Forty-five minute tS,?11!!0''? session ot the Senate Permanent ""-J"'Rn"u" ouocommmee neard from Washington Bob Waterfield Trying Hand rs Big Film Producer Now By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (J) - His friends will tell you that the least likely person to be a movie producer is Bob Waterfield, the pro football great. But he is toilins dailv in an JO TOLD AA& A.LL THAT HWPEWEP LAST NIGHT Er5Y.IM SO GRATEFUL you FDK. kEXP05tkl3 I1 m SORRY YOU HW TO GO THRU SUCH AN ORDEAL &EF0RE WE COULD GET PROOF AGAiMST HEKi " ( vi ii 1 1 . when we'd use Tom Fears or Elroy Hirsch." I Waterfield still looks the athlete.! despite adding a few pounds andf ANOTHER, THlK16iAAR5. Y WHY.VES-.VES.r FRAYWE.1 SUSPECT WSl BV AM0MVI0l!5 VUU 6L.CK.!AWLEP I LETTERS, WR1TTEW 1MT0 SE1WS SO STRICT KO DOUBT BY IARS. WTH Bi?3sY RECENT IMLBM1KI V MA ftlRft f IT ! HI Firr . Vtusukc o.rr ni i&t.X3 1J V tKHtMlMPI UP fKf kVri'J TO TELL tH l rcuLA 1 fcUUNS Mfci5. I r!U5.WP WHEN HE GETS VOUR FATHER. EOT VOU BACK. I DO WANT HIM CAM RF ftllRE 111 IEUfi? x m HF1 rfrpnui UCi - - 1 " ,v w IF'in I I t Wt office at the Goldwyn studio, mak-i swinging right into the producer "vDviwi oumug a lew PUU11US BUQ) losing some hair at the temples.! BOOTS AND TIER BUDDIES ne seemed a little uneasy behind the desk, but he said he Artists' Union, inc milwaukee. wis. ' I told you wt should ,hsr. gon, t MELODY LANE. Now th Van Jerlnmr or at th door. an MELODY LANE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE Su -'Blvd. Across From GaUwav Ho.p.ulily i. m r,rd at this mmUm- .rtvS . Exccumt hit lees la J . rnc' r ant ntNsitkj. ing preparations to film six bie pictures. The office is done in modern tones, with black and brown decor. Does he like the place? "Even if I didn't, there's nothing I can do about it," he grinned. The decorator, you see. is his wite, a dark-eyed babe named Jane Russell. She is also his partner in Russ-Field Produc tions, as well as the company's principal and most obvious asset. But don't (ret the ifipa that ch runs the show. At the office, as in the home, her lnrrl srnrl m Waterfield, the soft-talking but f ast- acung Quarterback who finer starred for UCLA, thpn fnr th. tc Angeles Rams. He has been her doss lor 11 years now, and that's a main reason whv thmr man-ia has survived the sorrows of wedded life in Hollywood. Waterfield goes completely against the pattern fnr film nrn. ducers. The gift of eab is not his- he speaks in brief but sage observations. I asked him hnw h tackling the job. "he same wav as T wmiM a football game." he remarked "Th simile is not too farfetched. After all. when von em into a football game, you try to plan it all out ahead of time. You may nave to switch plans along the way, especially if the opposition comes up with a defense you hadn't counted on. routine. I asked him how he got the idea to be a producer. "It was my own notion " he replied. "I began thinking about it two years ago. I had to do something when I Rot too old for foot ball, and I already was beginning to creak a little He already had tried his hand, at a few enterprises and even had ; a brief fling as an actor. He played a leading role in a Johnny weissmuller "Jungle Jim" epic. The producer, Sam Katzman, was hailing him as a new John I Wayne. "Oh. sure." lauehed Rnh talked to me about a rlnzpn tures at different times. But noth ing ever happened." Bob's conclu sion on his acting career: wasn't any good." His ambitions to be a nrnrlnrpr became more practical when Jane ended her 13-year association with Howard Hurtles. Thev Russ-Field and quickly made a deal with United Artists, which will nut up the money and release the pictures. The contract calls for six pictures in the next three years. "Jane will be in three of them," Bob explained. "We hope to get started on one of the pictures without her. It may be 'The Detective,' a story by Philip Yordan." Bjr EDGAR MARTIN 1 , - :ii ig Kl; --Th i il r."L- - 11 I mm? . Mi Jm WP m Ypjfi 2L- Jjii i 2 ir :--" 1 royr. 1 T "E Sr . Uk. t. St . b. S. I. y'. j , : . pfc- II ir i 1 II I i 1 1 I 1 m 1 OA ji&sm 1 tvv v v 1 1 . m -rt -... . 1. . 11 1 iJ5 I I I 11 J I THVSIUA8 "I think it will be the same way with a picture. You have to plan it ail out in advance. But then something might, happen in the playing that yon didn't foresee. o you nave to change your plan to fit the situation. "In both mediums something for the fnnrth muHw When I was with the r H,W O He said he liked a few of Jane's pictures in the past, but didn't care for a lot of them. Her best, he thinks, was "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.'' That's the kind of pic ture they are aimino- at fnr hr Waterfield's educatinn has iast. He nas been climbing through a mountain Of SCrfots lnnkinc fnr properties. He has also talked to many theater men in New York and Philadelphia, whpre he at tended United Artists' 35th anni versary celebration. HOW TO CATCH A MAM! l mmtij - .V ! NATURE BEATS HUNTERS DES MOINES. UP Rabbits may be the favorite target of American hunters, hut thp human .attention they get doesn't imake much riiffirpnA . u - u&svw vv UAH V7 I cottontails, an Iowa Wildlife Re- THRIFT STARTS AT HOME search unit says. HARTFORD, Con. W - A year Til O CT1t?T A VMM M XI I ttaTiSr MJ. Miln W. Lidstone was had been harvested by animal : ted to rePresent the State predators and nature before Savings Bank and Present a $5 uuuuug aianea. ana Nimrorts'J'ivuiK5 account to a nwnnrn PORTUGUESE START VILLAGE LUANDA, Portuguese Angola. Iff! Cela, a village which did not exist a year ago, is forming. With population pressure going up in the poorer Drovinces of Portugal the government tried to make room for emigrants. In the Angola highlands a site! was found and ground prepared for Settlers. It was a rnmnletp neighborhood from one of For-J tugal's villaees. While the irst 5 fields were ploughed and corn and. 2 sweet potatoes were raised, the village church was completed to- - gemer wiin a scnool., The population of Cela is over 300. Now a weekly Diane servire is available and more settlers are en route. Early U. 3. census report gav the amount of coal mined in bushels and it is estimated that shnnt 28 bushels of coal equal a ton. The United States imrjorts around eight million pounds of dried daisy blooms annuallv fc make pyrethrum. an insecticide. Nearly four tons of aphids have ibeen found in a single acre nf ni- 'ifalfa. Wisconsin's state parks and forests were visited by five million people last year. --- Channel 4 Has Moved Bst, your Antenna r-eri,iitc4 ud Completely Instnetei H Speelsl Flat Rat, I2.M Phons 2-2871 or drop a esrd fa Hopkins-Smith Service TV'SERVICi . U. S. P,t. Of. 14 hj lf S:. (t "How nice it is to thumb tnroug.i Or. 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