Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on January 15, 1952 · 18
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PAGE 18 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY JANUARY 15, , 1952 University Films Start This Week During the month of January, the University Theatre plans to present a varied program of films in its three presentations on the Thursdays and Fridays of three successive weeks beginning with "The Spectre of the Rose" on Thursday and Friday. On January 24 and 25 four Chaplin Shorts and "The River" will be shown, and on January 31 and February 1, "The Well-Digger's Daughter.". These 16 mm. films include a dramatization of a ballet theme, all time classics in silent and docu-j mentary film history, and an example of the sophisticated French treatment of an unusual film situation. A BEN IIECIIT SHOW "Spectre of the Rose," a Republic picture, was produced, written and directed by Ben Hecht in 1946. Music is by George Antheil, chore ography by Tamara Geva. Featured! actors include Judith Anderson ofj j;sh farce which opens at the Banyan Playhouse tomorrow. SJJTSSSLtToSa But Mrs. Wilder is the "lady." Miss Saltzman her maid in the nephew of Anton Chekhov. 1 Honolulu Community Theatre production. DeGaston portraits. "Spectre of the Rose" is notable j . for being the work of one man. , ik;i urM I ViAAn The story is based on the theme j I IN nULLTWUUU of a ballet by the same name, hav- ! " ing as its central character a half! mad dancer suspected of murder-1 ing his first wife. The plot con- i cerns tne lutile efforts of the dancer's second wife to restore his sanity and skill as a dancer. A 10 minute -pire-soaking in clear lukewarm water will make your cotton rugs easier to wash. 7 V tJ A mm i SWEEPING THE SCREEN WITH a scon . BRITTGH - w HATES i CRANET TOMORROW "SLIGHTLY K UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE C0fMNG 70M0RR0V; EVE. AUDA VALU In t IA VTA Forrett Tucker lyn Merrick "DANGEROUS BUSINESS" THURSDAY "CISCO KID IN OlD MATINEE ONLY 1 1 A.M. " "1 T2 eMHaU7 5j X4 DAYS STARTING " r-l I 1 1 w f I , f 1-1 ni I I -i -I ! Burr Lancaster "1 WALK ALONE" & "THE LIFE OF RILEY" -. . k TONIGHT-6:00 & S:30 P.M. 5 "MALAYA" (Mutya Sa Gubat) Filipino Screen Feature stag" TALEST O 1 2 CHINESE FILMS "THE "THE TRY IT! TRADE MARK YAJZLINE it tb rcttri !?) nrt a ifc Chmm hragk Mifc U. C '4 MMW I i in iiiibi ,m 15? V f trNOHin LAUits-iNeitner Arcaitn iaitzman, Wilder, right, acts very ladylike Mario Isn't Mad Any More By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD Mario Lanza is starting the New Year with a smile he isn't mad at anybody. Of course, you might .say, "why should he be mad?" The boy with the golden voice earned a mere $1,100,000 in 1951 and his moDey making ability i3 unlimited for this year. Lanza has called a halt to the feud he had with MGM over a period of months. The battle was pretty well hushed up, but the tenor reported it was for real, as the comics say. "I was entirely wrong" he remarked with a candor unusual for a film star. "I was headstrong and unhappy. I acted rashly and now I regret it. From now on, my relations with the studio will be nothing but pleasantness." NO MONEY PROBLEM However, he intimates that the studio was in the wrong, too. He denied that the dispute was over money. "There never was any difficulty over money," he explained. "Look at my earnings for 1951. You'll see that my film salary accounted for only $150,000; the world-wide gross from records will come to about $600,000. "I never have asked for more money from the studio. I don't need it and I don't want it. "Ttie real difficulty was because if: TWO BIG COLOR FEATURES! Oofiold Charles Gicro 7i V -III llVJalfllS! I MUh'M I U. N ! -INTERNATiCNM PICTURE 1 1. COMANCHE TE;. .iTORY' Technicolor FRENCH" ONLY 6:30 & 8:30 P.M. ) tutt. iM- TtJtS W I'-'-nn Dialosu. Engliih titl.t MU2 I Warner Baxter o Crime Doctor "JUST BEFORE DAWN" NEW MEXICO "THE DEVIL'S MASK" 9 TO 5:00 P.M. CONT. IE FIRE IN KOWLOM CITY" HERO OF THE FOUR GATES & HAIR Wf " i Z I Itzman, left, nor Kinau in "See How. They Run," Eng- certain officials of the studio were greedy. I had made a hit in 'The Great Caruso,' and they wanted to cash in on it. They wanted to put me in any kind of picture, just to capitalize on my popularity. They also broke promises which meant very much to me. LA SCALA DATE LOST "I had been promised time off for a singing tour of Europe. The highlight was to be my singing on the opening day of the opera at La Scala, the first time an Amer ican had been accorded that honor. "Americans have sung at La Scala, but never on opening day. Because of the studio, I had to pass the engagement up, and an other boy sing in my place.' When the time arrived to begin his picture, "Because You're Mine," Lanza was overweight. He trimmed down to filming shape after his difficulties had been ironed out with top officials of the company, SCHEDULE RIGHT NOW Lanza now has the schedule he has been fighting for. He'll shoot another picture as soon as he finishes "Because You're Mine." Then he'll be out of the country for 18 months. During that time he'll make two or three pictures in Europe, keep his La Scala date and appear at concerts all over Europe and m South America. "It is a long time to be gone," he admitted, "but I am young yet. I am 29, and all the experience I can get is worth while." The tenor is not only happy with his new studio relations, but with other things as well. He seemed not the least perturbed over the criticism that has been printed about him. "Why should I worry?" he asked. "Why should I try to behave the way people want me to? "That's the trouble with Hollywood:. Everybody is always criticizing when somebody tries to be an individual. All the glamor and excitement has gone out of the town because the stars are. afraid to be anything but normal. "I say nuts to that. I think people want movie stars to do unusual things. That's why I live my life as I please." CALENDAR TODAY Hobby events Model railroad building at OR&L depot. King and Iwilei, 6 p. m., with H. O. Model Railroad club, telephone 99-2474. Oahu Chess club at YMCA, Hotel and Richards, 7 :30 p. m. Free tours Hawaiian Pineapple cannery, Iwilei. schedules current tours, telephone 6-3411. Love's bakery Kapa-hulu plant open house 1 to 5 p. m. WEDNESDAY Play "See How They Run," Philip King's hilarious English farce presented in arena-style Banyan playhouse, Moana hotel, 8:30 p. m., by Honolulu Community Theatre. Telephone 9-4297 The o "Ar PrSn "St ' FOR RETURN iiUlii QUARTETTE -v king & kalakaua I iv.,'"" Students to Appear In Campus Recital University of Hawaii students will be presented in a piano and vocal recital by the university music department at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The recital will be held at Hem- enway hall on the campus. It is open to the public Blanche Yoshizuml, a senior, tne Rondo in D major by Mozart and three Dabussy numbers. She is a pupil of Miss Marion Kerr. Eunice Miyamoto, mezzo-soprano, O Notte, O Deo del Mistero, by Piccini: Amour, Viens Aider, by Saint Saens, Beau Soir, by Debussy. Her accompanist will be Zaneta Richards. She is a pupil of Richard W. Vine. Rose Mizokami, soprano, and Herman Hashizume, baritone, also pupils of Mr. Vine, will be heard. Kalihi Y Membership Drive Is Under Way . "Kalihi B-bombs" is the theme of the Kalihi branch YMCA annual membership drive that began yesterday and will continue through tomorrow. Mrs. Ellen Kahanu is general chairman. She is assisted by teams of volunteers. Frank Y. Kam, chairman of the board of managers, says the organization hopes to have a new building in. 1952 to meet the needs for program facilities. Volunteers serving in the membership drive are divided into different teams. They are: Sky Pilots The Rev. John Mul-holland, captain, Yutaka Nakahata, Dorothy Chong, Betsy Lum, Shoso Narikawa, Masao Ono and Evonne Silva. Hot Rods Charles Konno, captain, William T. S. Wong, Jesus O. Cayaban and William K. Bell. Atomizers Iwao Miyake, captain, Dick Sigemi, Kazuo E. Ya-mane and Frank F. Fasi. Zig-Zag Dazzlers Prudencio Domingo, captain, Frankie Y. Kam, Theodore M. L. Yap and Martha Henna. Live Wires Edward A. Chang, captain, Dyke Izumi, Tad Iwanuma and Frank C. Farinas. Caroline Peterson Gives Classes at Academy . As a result of continued demand, the Honolulu Academy of Arts is offering a class in "Flower Arrangement" to be conducted by Mrs. Caroline E. Peterson. The series, to open Thursday and continue through the three following Thursdays, will be held in the mornings from 9:30 to 11:30. A fee will be charged, academy members being allowed a special discount. Guests may attend classes by the payment of $3 per session. Registration (limited to 25) is now open in the membership office. Mrs. Peterson will provide material for the first lesson, but for succeeding lessons those attending must bring their own flowers, plant materials and containers. Jean Chariot Will Lecture on Rembrandt The first of a series of three lectures on "Great Masters of Painting," to be given at the Honolulu Academy of Arts on Wednesday mornings by Jean Chariot, is announced for tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. when "Rembrandt" will be discussed. Mr. Chariot, well known international artist and member of the faculty of the University of Hawaii's art department, has secured excellent color slides from the Metropolitan museum in New York to illustrate this talk. Tomorrow's program is for academy members only. No guests will be admitted. However, to accommodate members unable to come in the morning, Mr. Chariot will repeat the lecture at 8 p.m. tomorrow at which time escort privileges will be extended. Those attending are asked to use the Kinau St. entrance. or 5-8543 for reservations. (Eighteen performances scheduled.) Free tours Oahu prison, Dillingham Blvd., 10 to 11 a. m. Hawaiian Pineapple cannery, Iwilei. schedules current tours, telephone 6-3411. Love's bakery. Kapahulu plant, has open house 1 to 5 p. m. Barbershop quartet singing 7:30 p. m.. Punahou school. Call Bud Thompson. 5-1551, for details. Square dance At Ala Wal club, 8 p. m. Call 6-4511. EDGEWATEU Dresents . "Freckles" end "Splash" LYONS DAVID KUPELE The Waikiki Beachboys NIGHTLY for Cocktail Music-6 to 9 on the SWIMMING POOL TERRACE (i ENGAGEMENT! i v. . ' (X'': : : Capitol recording artists featuring Jack Cooker-ly, Don Rosini, John Strangis and the wisecracking explosive personality of Alice "Accordion" Hall! V-l ; z;j I 3 r A '1 ' 5 A HOME-MADE BOAT This ship-style yacht, the 41 foot auxiliary schooner Ruana, is here from Tahiti with her skipper and builder, Jay Wilsey, shown above standing by the captain. Mr. Wilsey, a former movie cowboy stunt rider, built the Ruana himself in Los Angeles about 12 years ago. Star-Bulletin photo. K 4 i i Jiff- V : C K MT - ! if - .-;5-p?J! jfttl Jr to-. 'i , r " , t V"t ' -.- .::-- :i .. . . . j Tir r" '.nj'ui'iiili ni'iuTnTi'i' ' 'in i ' rri 'jhrtwi iBiwaMiWif iiiif iii anr " nilhUiiir'iiinftf mTnTi- irmTrtilftni-Tiii'r-n'Ti-1)iirnrrir-iri'rTiTn"-iifcM" FUND DRIVE CONTRIBUTORS United Air Lines became the first subscriber to the 1952 Hawaii Visitors bureau fund drive with its contribution of $22,000. Harold B. Crary, UAL vice president for sales, right presented the check to J. C. Walker, HVB vice chairman as H. B. Renwick, United district manager, . looks on. HVB photo." Star-Bulletin PATTERNS By ANNE ADAMS Cut in .'Large Sizes YOU'LL BE SMART to get this in the making for Spring! Slenderizing shirtdress has hich-style touches- cuffed pockets, saddle stitching, fake mongram. Make it in shantung for afternoon; in cotton for an all-day special; Pattern 4914: Women's sizes 34. 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50. Size 36 takes 3 Is yards 39-inch. Transfer is included in pattern. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send THIRTY cents in coins fori this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, P. O Wednesday at HALEKULANI COCKTAIL HOUR House Without A Key Hawaiian Entertainment 5 P.M. DINNER 6 to 8 P.M. $2 JO FASHION SHOW LUNCHEON Thursday Noon Reservation Phone 90934 'gf 1 . Wow Playing ' v f 7 1 1 i ' p V" 1 I 1 I y- ''"'V J- sizes i if 4914 p ; 1 4- mtiMt ifc'y ,v.' ' v.',-... -""v. i . t r 4 svKbtY', ' 4 Si y Dr. Harold Sexton In S.F. Bay Area SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Jan. 13 (By Air Mail) Dr. Harold M. Sexton, a former Navy physician and hospital staff physician in Honolulu, has assumed his new duties as chief resident physician of Children's hospital of the East Bay. Box 6710. Chicago 80. 111. Print plainly YOUR NAME. ADDRESS,' ZONE, SIZE, STYLE NU3IBEB. (Airmail your order and be sure to enclose two G cent airmail stamps I to get fast airmail delivery of your j pattern.) j . . . direct from Hollywood JIMMY MUIR the man who Insists he's a magician! Comedy Magkl Musical Saw! joltdD the sensational and ever-popular Belle-Tones m NO COVER CHARGE "...3 : ; V fV? 1 "... . i Volunteer Workers Of Queen's Hospital Will Be Honored The annual meeting of the Volun teer Workers of Queen's hospital i will be held on Wednesday, January 23, beginning at 4:15 p. m. j The meeting will be held in the ! Harkness Nurses' Home on the hos- i pital grounds. Tea will be served j in honor of the volunteers. Mrs. Arch Brown is chairman of; the group end asks for a full at-1 tendance. A considerable number ! of Honolulu women are serving as j volunteer, nurses. ! Special Truck Stickers Are Issued by Police . The police department, with approval of the board of supervisors, is again issuing restricted safety stickers for certain types of heavy trucks. Vehicles affected are those more than 80 inches wide which do not have headlights, tail lights, clearance lamps or reflectors. Police Sergeant Walter A. Dods said the restricted stickers will permit these trucks to operate on public roads during daylight hours only. He estimates that about 5,000 heavy vehicles on Oahu are affected. Claudette COLBERT Macdonald CAREY 1 j iwrnii iMtffi- OPENS FRIDAY MAT. 2:15, EVE. 6:30 & 9 WILLIAM HOLDEN-NANCY OLSON -WM. BENDIX "SUBMARINE COMMAND" Al44m w r Mr r-a u i m m a m ivw.ta a ei i . H yi W fi FIRST VUE FRIDAY NIGHT 10:15 JUNE ALLYSON - VAN JOHNSON - PAULA CORDAY "TOO YOUNG TO KISS" FACE of a SIREll...HEARTof Queen or tne Deast-ciaw men... , - , sworn to murder Tarzanl t&f - ? v w a m m "?wtDJllVCE-OHSNiSHEFFIELD-MMm 'beiS ;!W'i!!ijt,s . ..... I Feature: 10:45. 12:45. 2:45, 4:45, 6:45, 8:45. Last show 8:0O NEW M-G-M FIDGEDH VJILTI8 Feature: 11:25, 1:25, 3:25, 4 DAYS STARTING TOMORROW-1 1 A.M. CONTINUOUS Clifton Webb - Joanne Dru - Hugh Marlowe - Zero Mostel "MR. BELVEDERE RINGS THE BELL" HUMPHREY Feature: 10:40, 12:50, 3:00, 4 DAYS STARTING TOMORROW Paul Douglas - Janet Leigh "ANGELS IN ((JOHNNY WEISSMULLER at Jungle Jim "THE LOST TRIBE" "Lost Tribe" at 7:05, 9:55 "Voyage" at 8:45 Last show 8:35 4 DAYS STARTING TOMORROW GATES OPEN AT 6:00 JENNIFER JONES - JOHN GARFIELD J JOHN CARROLL - MOVITA "WE WERE STRANGERS" "ROSE OF THE RIO GRANDE" AALA 1 to 5, 6:30 cont. TODAY Spencer Tracy, Diana Lynn "PEOPLE AGAINST O'HARA'1 TOWW Jeff Chandler, E,velyn Keyes "IRON MAN" LfAIMIIlfl TODAY Susan Hayward, Dan Dailey "I CAN rvAAimurvi get it for you wholesale" 1 to 5, tOM'W "FOOTLIGHT VARIETIES" and 6:30 cont. "RIO GRANDE PATROL" IAI !HI TODAY"JOE PALOOKA MEETS HUMPHREY" rvMLini . "BRAND OF FEAR" mat. 2:45. TOM'W "THE THING" FROM ANOTHER 6:30 cont. WORLD with Margaret Sheridan KAPAHULU TOOAY Faith Domergue, George Dolenr mat. 2:45. TOM'W at 7:30 Japanese Feature 6:30 cont. "HAHA KOIGUSA" rcAAl TODAY Edw. G. Robinson, Humphrey Bogart rvCWMLU "KEY LARGO" eve. only TOM'W at 2:45 & 7:30 Stave Cochran "INSIDE at 7:30 THE WALLS OF FOLSOM PRISON" Iff ILIA TODAY Japanese feature LiLinM "HAHA KOIGUSA" eve. only TOM'W at 2:45, 6:30 eont. Faith Domergut at 7:3Q : "VENDETTA" - DAI Aim A TODAY Greer Garson, Michael Wilding r MUMYlA "THE LAW AND THE LADY" mat. 2:45. TOM'W "WICKED CITY" and "WEST OF 6:30 cont. WYOMING" DAWAA TODAY Bill Williams, Jane Nigh rHVHH "BLUE GRASS OF WYOMING," color mat. 2:45 TOM'W Richard Easehart 6:3Q cont. "HOUSE ON TELEGRAPH HILL" VADCITV TODAY Two action hits VHII I "HOT ROD" and "SNOW DOG" mat. 2:45. TOM'W Greer Garson. Michael Wilding 6:30 cont. "THE LAW AND THE LADY" VVAHIAWA TODAY Filipino feature "PRINCESITA" eve. only TOM'W 3:15. 6:15 and 8:15 "LOST CONTINENT 6 & 8:15 with Cesar Romero WAIPAHU mat. 3:f5. 6:30 cont. Stockholm is sometimes known as the Venice of the north. GEORGE BARATI conducts the HONOLULU . SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA with Barbara Smith Local Soloist of tho Year ' Tuesday, Jan. 22nd 8 P.M. Sunday, Jen. 27th 4 P.M. Mckinley auditorium Tickets 60c to $3.60 On Sale at Bergstrom's Phono 5-8543 immm 'ii w m n ih IM ;har Scott Marilyn Monroe Barbara Bates a FIEND ! . .avoor- lAiitiiiti nil i - t I ..-trrr:-r" nrriAniifti 1 rn TKFJIIER! -SILLIII -HARDI 5:30, 7:30. Uast show 9 FROM Warner Bros. 5:05. 7:10, 9:15. Last show 8:40 CONTINUOUS FROM 10 A.M. - Keenan Wynn - Lewis Sfone THE OUTFIELD" EDDIE ALBERT - FORREST TAYLOR "STRANGE VOYAGE" ss Warner Bros. TODAY Claire Trevor, Sally Forrest ."HARD, FAST AND BEAUTIFUL TOM'W 3:15 mat. only "G. I. JANE" & "TEXAt DYNAMO" & at 6:30 cont. Filipino Feature "Makistap ns Bato"

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