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Part II WED., JANUARY 1, 1 947 2 JLOSattgClCSCfmeS DEATHS, Fnneral Announcements Recitation of WEATHER REPORT OFFICIAL tOCAI TEMPER ATU RES Minimum and maximum temperatures from Southern California point reported yesterday to the Los Anteles office of tee u.8. Weather Bureau, vera as follows; etations Max. Min fcos Angeles 64 ie angeies tgrouna) 65 Burbank 67 Culver City 64 Imperial 61 lonm Beach 59 loa Angeles Harbor 4 Ifa Angeles Municipal Airport 64 7-vvu&on ................. 45 Viewport Harbor fifi Pasadena Riverside San Diego Ban Fernando ... San Gabriel Santa Ana fanta Barbara ... Santa Monica ... Torrance 66 66 64 66 61 65 69 62 64 66 45 58 44 38 41 39 42 42 26 53 35 45 43 44 34 44 34 43 36 FORECAST Southern California csseral: Generally runny - today followed by increasing high cloudiness tomorrow; cooler west portion TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION OVER T NATION . .. Preclpl- . .Btaurai Ma AlbuquRrq.ua .......... 33 uianta ......... faker&field lamarck ......... Boaton Buffalo Chicago Cincinnati ......... Cleveland Denver . . Moines . itroit 22 8 rtestu Wmvrm Fa&o , Worth Indianapolis .... v Kaiae&s City .... t?Sle"eRock Memphis ....... Miami Minneapolis New. Orleans .... New York Omaha Philadelphia .... Portland Reno Sacramento St.- Louis Salt Late City ... Eaa Antonio Seattle . Spokane Max. Min. tauou 33 " 12 42 38 .50 51 28 .... 14 -15 .03 25 12 .... 24 7 T. 8 1 T. 27 25 ' .. . 25 14 .03 37 0 .... 7 -8 .... 22 14 T. 23 17 .03 22 18 .32 45 27 .... 29 6 .44 23 . 10 .... 16 6 .... 49 29 ... 28 20 .12 29 26 .78 , 76 73 T. 0 -22 41 40 1 11 30 18 , 12 -10 T. 31 19 58 33 27 22 .... 39 26 T. 36 lO .... 51 29 .... 15 13 T. 26 4 29 27 .32 55 34 42 27 22 1 02 33 25 04 VITAL RECORD MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED ARVAD YARNELL. O. 39. O. 37. AvTLA-tlSKIMEN. C. 21. R. 17. BAELSH ANDERSON. D. 31. E.22. BALLING BAITMAN. F. 34. R. 26. BARAGAR BUNDY. J. 25, C. 17. BARRI PATTERSON. M. 31. R. 21. fENBROOK STEELE. S. 39. B. 24. ENVENISTB GLICKSTEIN. A. 25. R. 18, BLACKBURN JACKSON. J. 22. M. 17. BLUNTSON HICKS. U. 66. B. 51. BORGELT HUTCHENS. W 22. H. 20. BOYNTON WEIDKNSCHTU.TNG. P. Jr. BRISCO PHELPS. P. 19. B. 18. BRUCKNER TALTY. L. 35. J. 31. CAINS DARLING. Q. 29. B. 23. C AN TWELL STAND LEY. R 39. J. 21, CAR BONE MARTEMUCCI. J. 21. I. 19. CLLNE NICHOLSON. H. 33. K. 35. COLLIER VENABLES. P. 2L K. 21. CONCIALDI RESTOVICH. J. 38. E. 37. CONGER BOSTON. W. Jr. 2L P. 20. CRlDEN WAGNER. S. 39. E. 36. DENNIS GREEN. A. 26. S. 24. BETWItIR THOMAS. T. 26. E. 22. DStTTSCHMANN YILLEGAS. A. 21. M. 21. tHJMiO UABtr. A. it. Am i. CRAOICH SATALICH. P. 21. V. 19. PULL WARNKE. J. 26. E. 22. PLLIOTT SHOALMXRE. R. 28. N. 22. EMERSON KLEIN. D. 21. B. 22. GADD1E HOFFMAN. J. 27. R. 31. GAMBERA GAMBERA. J. 55. S. 50. OEORGS COEN. J. 29. L. 24. OLEICHER STRAtfsS. R. 29, H. 25. GOLDMAN HORWITZ. B. 24, D. 18. GOLDSTEIN WEISS. L. 54. P. 49. GORTE PALMIERL P. 28. V. 25. GRIDLEY McMATH. R. 20. V. 22. gRIFFEN THOMPSON. P. 76. A. 62. ULBRANSON COSNER. J. 20. B. 18. HAMILTON BRACKETT. E. 42. L 31. EAZENBUSH VanMETER. G. 27. L. 22. HPUOPiH FRISK. A. 23. E. 24. HENNING SORENSEN. J. 23. P. 22. HENRY HANDY. J. 31. E. 31. HILL BROWN. H. Jr. 26. A. 28. HODGE HER LETT. R. 29. K. 28. HORNER STECKEL. R. 35. L. 31. nCENBERRY BALES. B. 24. D. 32. JANUARY BROWN. J. 22. E. 17. JOHNSON EMERY, R. 26. L. 22. f 3RD AN TATE. I. 34. C. 27. . AYE KEMP. J. 30. H. 28. KJRKHART JORGENSEN. E. 36. B. 40, tvi.i 1 i. r K.LltLPI. W. CM. . nri 3 EL VTOrr,. R. 27. V. 2fl tfNING McKIBBIN. W. 2S. R. 30 WRENCE RIGGS. H. 25. R. 27. 3AMY StTTLLRR. 3. 30. NT. 20. LOBATO ARTIGAS. R. 36. E. 25 LOCHRIDGE DETRICK. T. 29. N. 26. LCNG LONG. M. 21. V. 19. LTJBART DENISE. H. 36. E. 22. LYNN SCICHOWSKX W. 34. C. 34. MARTIN PREY. P. 38. E. 37. MANSELL DRAPER. J. 22. M. 28. McNAMARA KACHMAR. D. 27. C. 22. MILLARD WALTER. A. 46. L. 46. MILLER SCAPA. S. 27. C. 20. MOORE WASHINGTON. M. 22. M. 19. MULLEN DOERR. S. 38. H. 30. NIELSON McCLARIN. P. 24. J. 25. OCHOA ORTEGA. S. 31. E. 34. OTT PRUETT. W. 23. B. 23. PARKER HALL. R. 21, D. 19, PATTERSON STEVENS. O. 46. Z. 40. PA,VtAKOVIC BACICA. V. 25. N. 22. PrR30N GEORGE. R. R. 26. E. 25, PHILLIPS CHTNERY. G. 44. M. 40. PHILLIPS GRIFFIN. A. 20. E. 33. PtESUM RONISTAL. A. 61. A. 44. POVI3 WTNEMILLER. R. 28. E. 19. PR55HO ROHLING. P. 24. J. 23. PRiCE HEADY. J. 26. A. 21. PROTETT HOLGUIN. D. 24. E. 24. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED RATNER RETCHLIN. M. 29. B. 20. RICARD JACKSON. G. 28. L. 20. RITZMAN LARSON. R. 28. J. 24. RICE FOUTTY. G. 21. W. 20. . ROSAS SAVALA. R. jr. 29, P. 21. ROSS CRAIG. A. 30. H. 34. SANCHEZ RAMOS. F. 20. R. 17. eSCHMITT CARPENTER. T. 24. B. 40. SCHNEIDER DAI LEY. A. 30. E. 30. SIMMET McMANAMAN. D. 29. M. 28. SMITH BENNETT. R. 55. L. 40. SPEEDY DAVIDSON. W. 22. D. ZO. STODDARD WEEKS. C. 40. L. 3d. STRYKER LAWLOR. J. 69. R. 70. TAYLOR SHEPHERD. C. 39. D. 36. THOMAS ELWOOD. B. 21, M. 18. TOOZAN ESKOLSKY. H. 53. A. 43. TUKNEK EMERY. W. 75. M. 81. UNDERWOOD PETERSEN. J. 23. O- 20. VAN DER VLIET RHOADE3. E. 28. E. 25. WAGSTAFP HAUGHAWOUT. C 27. B. 21. WALTRIP COULTER. L. 25. E. 25. WELCH MILLER. J. 64. L. 54. WILE SCHEMP. A. 38, A. 34. WlUiiaUfl JOHNbOM. C. 24. B. Z. WILSON TRAMMELL. T. Jr. 19. E. 22. WINTERS ABACHERLI. C. 25. M. 21. WISDOM McKJBBEN. L. 25. R. 26. ZIMA GULMI. A. 39. M. 33. ZIMMERMAN COLLINS. H. 23. M. 25. DIVORCE SUITS FIXED ANDERSON. Irene against Albert W. ANDERSON. Patricia M. against C. W. BADENOCH. Margaret D. against G. C. BALL ART A. Ida E. against Petrinilo H. BODEL. Theresa A. against Burman. BOGER. Lee against Margaret L. BONO. Jce J. against Lucille. BURKE. Virginia B. against Char lea. BURR. Lavelle S. against George E. BURRET.Ti. Helen 8. against Grastqn E. UAtie.nA. saacano against t-atnerme. CAMPBELL. Jean against Roland D. CAREY. Joan H. against Ellwood. CASTILLO. Llha against Eddie. COLE. Phoebe A. against Harold T. COOK. Sarah A. against George L. COOPER. Frances against Emmett G. DELGADO. Ignacio A. against Jennie G. DEMPSTER. June against James A. DDaON. Evelyn F. against Ector H. DURAN. Naomi M. aeamst Peter C. EATON. Lorna J. against Robert L. FAIRCHILD. Madeline against George O. ritiUEKOA. Alex M. against caroune. FIGUEROA. Caroline H. against A. M. FORT. Betty against Stanley E. FOWLER. Elmer D. against Lucnle. UAKVEr. Lrioria L. against oien K. GOODMAN. Helen against Arthur. ORIFFTN. Marie against Thomas J. HAMBY. Lorraine C. against Charles W. HAMILTON. Hattie against Leroy. HANSEN. Victoria against Olaf. HILLMAN. Leo against Mary. HOWELL. Norma M. against Bert W. HUDZICK. Mabel against John R. JAMES. Frances P. against Happle B. JOHNSON. Jeanette E. against Don G. KAESSINGER. Gertrude E. against F. C KING. Mildred L. against Ralnh J. LA CHANCE. William against Cecelia J. LAMBERT. Ada E. against William J. LEMON. Lamon against Myrtle E. LESLIE. Florence M. against Frank K. MacKENZIE. Marcelene H. against P. W. mann. Essie 1m. against George A. MEHLER. Margaret L. against John V. MOTTA. Theresa, against John B. nutuuii. Marjone against. Leslie s. OGLE. Alvin L. against Barbara A. O'NEAL. Freda against Verl M. OVERSON. Virginia L. against John B. PHILLIPS. C. V. against Jeannette A. FLA 11. pnyiiis M. against wyman L. RAATZ. Marie C. against Arthur. RICHEY. Herbert N. against Regina D. RISK. Annie L. against Thomas C. SIMMONS. Dorothy P. against John. SMITH. Lloyd H. against Cohleen. SMITH. Nancy against Amos. stuber. carl H. against Auarey r. TIERNO. Marjone against Anthony. TILLMAN. Mary H. against Melvin. TREGO. Barbara R. against Morris J. TRIPLET!'. Henrietta against Ezra F. ullo. Frances against bam. URLAS. Laura against Roy P. WARKE. Winnifred C. against. Alfred. WELLS. Marjorie H. against James W. WHITE. Dolores against Alfred T. WTT.RBRTS Ethel Ci. against Jack L. YOUNG. Henrietta G. against Benjamin C. Lomon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly ' If yoa anfler from rbeumatle, arthritis er neuritis pain, try tbla aim pie lnexpenaiva home nelpe that thouaanda are using. Get a pack-aw of Ro-Ex Componnd. a two-wnek supply, today. Mix It with a Quart of water, add the linos of 4 lemons. It's easy. No trouble at ail and pleasant. Yoa need only 3 tables poon-fals two times a day. Often within 48 hours sometimes overnight splendid results are obtained. If the pains do not quickly leave aad it yoa do not feel better, return the empty Package and Rn-Ex will cost yon notb- ns to try aa is sold By Tour druggist under aa absolute money-back guarantee. Ru-Ex Compound Is for sala and recommended by rue stores everywhere. KEMPEN. Petros E, tne Rosary Thurs. PEfjlCiLLin ' FOR MEN AND WOMEN ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES Ha Time tort From Work HturjtA.sl. . to S r. M. Cow Fees Sunday 10-11 E. I. HASSEN, M.D., and STAFF 411 W. 7th St., 9th Floor TR. 1886 WEMETTS SALVE FOR CALLOUSES, WARTS ALL DRUG STORES ASTHMA My records prove that I have - NEVER FAILED on a single ease of Asthma regardless of age or duration. 10 years in this location. Free consultation. Call for appointment. Honrs 1 to 8 p-m. OFFICE GLENDALE CI. 2-1717 DRUGLES3 METHOD nomioxES MALE AND FEMALE Genuine Testoterone 100 Tablets $9.25 50 for $5.25 50 Femole Hormones $3.50 EL0PATHIC PHARMACY 1 109'A N. WESTERN AVE. near Santa Monica Blvd. PENICILLIN New Inhalation Treatment for SINUS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA No injectionM. Send or res pamphlet. Dr. S. R. Luster. M.D. 707 So. Broadway. Boom 220 VA-5061 . Osea Tsetdsy Eiraainf DIVORCES GRAXTED ADOLPHSEN". Arthur from Irene. BOAC. Mildred L. from Duena V. HA'ri'KV . TVlrna from Emerson. CREAGER Joseph P. from Elizabeth M. CUTTS. Robert D. from Eileen M. FIELDS. David G. from Clara M. HALL. Carmen P. from Arthur L. HARMON. Bern ice H. from Homer H. HORENE. Bernice V. from Clyde M. HUBBARD. Charles L. from Lillian D. LEE. Lucy K. from Ralph W. LUKACH. Ploretta from John. MacKEANE. Glenn F. from Evelyn D. MATTHEWS. Alice from Luther L. MURRAY. -Beatrice M. from Ercie. KOTARO. Joseph A. from Jean. O'CONNOR. Jesseruth from Thomas M. fl'DAV. Jacouelin W. from John R. O'DONNELL. Marjorie G. from Stephen M, PARKHUH5T. Lawrence irom Alice. PARKS. Gerald H. from Prances G. PARSONS. Phyllis B. from Robert J. RONISTAL. Katherine L. from Arthur C. RUSTON. Shirley c. Irom Kusseu M. SADLER. Neva from Raymond. SAPUNDJIEFP. Mary from Phillip R. SttNKES. Jean M. irom Kavmona a. TENNISOW. Rita from Bert. VANDEN BOS. Richard I, from Gertrude. warren. Mary u. -i. irom wmrea js. WTLLETT. Thomas L. from Evelyn A. DEATHS, Fnneral Annonneementa ACHENBACH. Arthur Herman. Services 3 p.m. Thurs. at Pierce Brothers Little Church Around the Corner. 3443 W ANDERSON. Peter. Services 2 p.m. Thurs, at urace unapei. xngiewooa jemeiery. Piere Brothers' Reverly Hills, directors BACHELDER. Ida M. Services Thurs.. 3:30 p.m.. at Edward Brothers' colonial Mor tuary. BARLOW. Lester. or.;t l .awn Mormarr m cnaree. BARTLETT. Fanny Edah. Services 1 P.m. xnurs. at Fierce srotners Leimen i-arjt. 4boi crensnaw Blvd. BEATTIE. Mrs. Lenore M.. of Alhambra beloved wile or Edmond M. Beattie, motn-er of Mrs. Dan C. Bixby & Dr. Robert p. Powers. Funeral announcement later, Turner. Stevens & Turner. Alhambra, directors. Portland. Or.. Dec. 31. 1945. beloved nus-hanH of Luree Kail Bourux. brother of Susan Reed. Minna Morse. Joseph & Harry Bourns. Services Sat.. 10:30 a.m., in ihe Wee Kirk o' the Heather. Forest Lawn Mortuary in cnarge. Bt SH. Simnrl H. Beaver Mortuary. Inelewood. in eharee C ADM AN. Charles Wakefield. beloved brotner or Mabel cadman Cascmo. serv ices 3:30 P.m. Thurs. at Church of the Recessional. Forest Lawn: he will lie in state at Pierce Brothers' Los Angeles Mortuary. 720 W. Washington Blvd Irom 7 n.m. Tues. until noon Tnurs. CAMBELL, Bertha Viola, beloved aunt of cnristine u. wmttaKer. Mrs. Bessie Lucv Matthews. Services Fri.. 3:30 n.m in the Wee Kirk o' the Heather. Foresi Lawn Mortuary in charge. CAMPBELL. Maude A. Services 2 P.m Thurs. at Pierce Brothers" Los Angeles Mortuary, tzo w. wasnmeton Biva. CASALA1NA. Mrs. Carmela. Cunningham St O'Connor, directors. CEDES. Peters C. Edwards Brothers' Colonial Mortuary. CONATY, Mrs. Eleanor J., loving sister of Mrs. Hannah M. Casey, aunt of Mrs. David P. reenan. Kosary tnis evening, 8:15 o'clock, at the chapel of Cunning ham & O'Connor. 850 W. Washington Blvd. Requiem High Mass Thurs.. 10 a.m.. at St. Thomas Church. Interment Calvary. COOK, Laura J., loving" wife of Richard M. cook, services i p.m. rnurs. irom RiiDtM Mortuary. COREY. Winifred M.. beloved sister of Mrs. Lawrence j. wnite, aunt oi Mrs. Lester Wasserburger & Mrs. Delphaine yount. services Tnurs., 11 a.m.. at Edwards Brothers' colonial Mortuary. Dl'FFEY, Elsie Marylan, beloved daughter of Mf- & Mrs. Robert F. Duffey. sister of Robert Gordon & Marie Kathleen Duffey. Services Fri., 2 p.m.. at the graveside. Forest Lawn Mortuary in charge. DUNCAN, Raymond C. Services Thurs.. 11:30 a.m.. at Bresee Brothers & Gillette Chapel. EATON. Margaret Roberta. Services 11:30 a.m. Thurs. at Pierce Brothers' Beverly Hills. 417 N. Maple Drive. EHLEBT. Auguste F., beloved mother of Mrs. Louise Banzlger, Capt. Lewis B.. Carl B. & Henry J. Ehlert & Mrs. Frieda Lorenz. Services Sat.. 2 p.m.. in the Little Church of the Flowers. Foresi Lawn Mortuary In charge. FENDRICH. Jacob, beloved husband Of Sadie Fendrich, father of Mollie Haber. Myron Gateman. Charlotte Dumas & Manuel Fendrich. Services & interment Youngs-town. O. Groman Mortuary, directors. GEESAMAN, Maude L. Services Thurs.. 10 a.m., at Beaver Chapel. Inelewood. GFBOERER. Clara M.. beloved sister of Mrs. Bertha Dynan & Paul Kreitz. Services Sat.. 11 a.m.. in the Little Church of the Flowers, Forest Lawn Mortuary in charge. GILLESPIE. Veda t.. of Temple City, beloved daughter of Anna Erdle. Services Thurs.. 2 p.m.. at Edwards Brothers' Colonial Mortuary. GOLFLAM. Arch, beloved husband of Bess Golflam, father of Robert Stephen Golf-lam, Lawrence. Michael 3c Robert Morris Powell, son of Mrs. Sarah Golflam, brother of Mrs. Sidney Kingsbaker. Mrs. Newton Jacobs & Mrs. Ben Lieberman. Private services. Malinow & Simons, directors. Please omit flowers. GOODAN, Stanley H., Dec. 30. at 1013 Florence PI.. Glendale, loving husband of Frances Goodan, father of Edna Conard of Lawndale & Emma Bailes of Lucerne Valley, grandfather of Connie Jean conard & Robert Stanley Bailes brother of Tillman P. & John A. Goodan of Los Angeles & Floyd E. Goodan oi San Fran Cisco. Funeral services Fri.. Jan. 3, at 10:30 a.m., in the chapel of Sacred Memories. L. G. Scovern & Son. 828 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale. iSan Diego k San Fran cisco papers please copy.i BAIGH, Blanche. Edwards Brothers" Colonial Mortuary. BARRIS. Myra S. Services Fri.. 12 noon, in the Little Church of the Flowers. Armstrone Family in charge. BELLMAN. Karl H. Services Thurs. 1:30 n m . at Armstrong 'amilv HONDILS. Justus. Forest Lawn Mortuary In ebarge. JENKINS. Emma. ueaver mortuary, ingiewooa, in cnarge. i KELLER. Ralnh J. Services 1 n.m. Thurs. I at Pierce Brothers' Hollywood. 5959 San ta Monica bivo. j. r. at Pierce ... .-11, D.l Brothers. 720 w. Washington Blvd. Requiem Mass 9 a.m. Fri. at Immaculate conception Church, 1433 w. etri St. interment. Holy Cross Cemetery. Pierce Brothers' Leimert Park, directors. KITZMETEB, Harry C. Services 10 a.m. Thurs.. Pierce Brothers crematorium Chariel. Venico Blvd. at Cfetalina. KLENER. Louis. Services Thurs.. 11 a.m.. at Hollywood cemetery cnapeL Groman Mortuary, directors. LEACH, Anna. w. A. Brown x? son. directors. LONDON. Julia. Services Thurs.. 3 p.m.. at Hollywood Cemetery Chapel. Groman Mortuary, directors. LONG. Jehn P., beloved husband of Eloisa Long. Rosary tnis evening. 8 o clock, at the chapel of Cunningham & O'Connor. fiSO W. Washington Blvd. Reautem Mass Thurs., 9 a.m.. at St. Thomas cnurcn. interment calvary. MAGEE. Mrs. Cecelia H.. beloved wife of wi Kvans Nlaeee. loving motnpr 01 Uls ter Mary Francelia, C.S.C.. Mrs. Julia K. Miller, Mrs. Rita K. Brown A P. Edward Rodman, sister of Emma Faass. runerai notice later, vunningnam dt o connor. airectors. MATHER. Mrs. Frances. Cunningham ft O'Connor, directors. McGREGOR. Daniel H., beloved brother of Margaret A. & Minnie M. campoeu Catherine M. Boroughs. Services 11 a.m. Mon. at Saw telle Military Cemetery f:hitnT McKlTTRICK. Dr. Charier L.. beloved hushano ni Etnei. Tatner 01 virginis ana Mrs Rettv Luaaemann. services inurs. 1 n.m.. Pierce Brotners los Angeies Mortuary. 720 w. Washington Blvd. MEEK. Lena, beloved sister of Mrs. Wal ter M. catnn. private services inurs. at Edwards Brothers' Colonial Mortuary. Dla.c. nmit flnttPrt MERRILL. James S... beloved husband of Mrs. violet a. Merrni. latner 01 ueorge n Mrrrill. brother oi Mrs Lillian L. Morris & Wilbur J. Merrill. Services Wi 9-ln urn. in the Wee Kirk o' the Heather, Forest Lawn Mortuary In charge. MILLER. Gertrude Franees. Services 11 a.m. rnurs. at rierce uromers iitcic Church Around the corner. 3443 w, XT anchsctor MILLER, Jacob W.. of El Segundo. Serv ices inurs.. a p.m.. at .reaver v;napei, Tnfflewnod. ynk Hi'RH. n.rmin F. flervices at Wal lace E. White 6t Howard J. uauanan Mortuary Thurs.. 11 a.m. MORGAN. Baby Janice Claire. Fnrst Lawn Mortuary in charge. NATHAN, Eurene. Services Thurs.. 1 p.m, at c.roman Mortuary. OPPENUEIMER. Carl David, beloved hus band of Hortense oPDenneimer. services Thurs.. Jan. 2. at 11 a.m. at Sawtelle Chapel. Meyer Funeral Home. Van Nuys. in charge. PAGE. Earl, beloved husband of Irene M. Page. Services will be neld at 11 a.m. Fri. in the Wens Chapel. 2730 N. Broad- way. PEPPERS, Mary E.. beloved mother of Edith, Tnomas . ec wintnroo s. peppers, grandmother of Patsy Peppers. Private services Thurs. at Pierce Brothers' Beverly Hills. 417 N. Maple Drive. PETERSON, Mrs. Sophie. Services Thurs., 2 p.m.. at cnapei 01 w. a. Brown ec son, 1815 S. Flower St. PEYTON, John A.. 1340 8. Ridgeley. Re mains at tne waiiace t. wnite Howard .T Callanan Mortuary. POOLE. Mary W. Services 2 p.m. Thurs. st Pierce Brotners Little cnurcn nrouna th Comer. 3443 W Manchester Blvd. REEVE. Harry. , Towards Krntners colonial Mortuary. ROSE,. Henry. Kemains at liroman Mortuary. SHEA. Winifred Katherin. Rosary 8 -P.m. rnurs. irom cnapei 01 win a. tteynoias & Francis X. Eberle. 8540 Melrose Ave. Requiem Mass 10 a.m. Fri. at Blessed Sacrament Church. SHODEN. Althea. Services 10 a.m. Thurs. at tne Church 01 tne Kecessionai. forest Lawn. Pierce Brothers' Los Angeies Mor- SMITH, Lyle F., beloved husband of Flor ence T.. lather 01 Lyle F. Jr. & Aieta J. Crane. Services 2 p.m. Fri. at Pierce Brothers' Los Angeles Mortuary. 720 W. Washington Blvd. SOLOMAN. Winifred I. Services 10:30 a.m. Thurs. at pierce Brothers Los Angeles Mortuary. 720 W. Washington Blvd. STEPHENS, Mrs. Dona Sharp, beloved wile of Homer B. Stephens, mother of Homer B. Stephens Jr.. grandmother of tsuzanne itose & Mary Margaret see OBITUARY 'DUEL IN SUN' ELEMENTAL TRIUMPH vhens. sister of Mrs. Grace Thompson. Ella tc D. A. Sharp. Services Fri.. 11:30 a.m.. in the Wee Kirk o' the Heather. Forest Lawn Mortuary in charge. STEVENSON, William J. Beaver Mortuary Tnglewonn. in rhr SWANSON, Ethel Mae Carlton, passed away Dec. 30. mother of John L. Swan-son. Private services have been held. TECKTONIUS, Anna S.. beloved mother of Miss Mary Ann Teck. sister of Clara & Joseohine Schiltz & Mrs. Kate Jefferson. Reauiem Mass Thurs.. 9 a.m.. at Christ the King Church. Arden & Melrose. Wallace E. White & Howard J. CullannTi- riirpi-tnrs. TRAILOR, Laura R. Services Fri., 2 P.m.. at Beaver Chanel. Inelewood. TYE. Dr. William H., of 448 S. Hum- Jnreys Ave., husband of Jessie Oaks Tve, ather of George A. of East Los Angeles. Mrs. V. P. Van Wye of Burbank. brother of A. T. Tye of Cananea. Mex- Misses Maude M. Sz Almina Tye of East Los Angeles. Funeral notice later. Roy M. Alexander & Charles L Agins. directors. VAN METER, Karl. Bailey. Services 10 a.m. inurs. at pierce Brotners- Little Church Around the Corner. 3443 W. Manchpstpr. WADE. Miss Glen da Mae. Recitation of the Rosary 8 oclock this evening at Pierce Brothers' Hollywood. 5959 Santa Monica Blvd. Requiem Mass 9 a.m. Thurs. at Blessed Sacrament Church. 6657 Sunset Blvd. Interment Holy Cross. W WEBB, Raymond P.. loving husband ri Bessie M. Webb, father of Catherine BT Browell. grandfather of Robert Raymond & Kenneth Webb Browell. Services Fri 2:30 p.m.. in the Wilshire Methodist Church. Wilshire Blvd. at Plymouth. Reed Bros.. lapiey sc Creiaer. airectors. WRIGHT, Chester Bahr. beloved husband of Mrs. Lena May Wright, father of Mrs. Ruby Jeskey. grandfather of Miss Carlita May Sc Master Robert Russell Jeskey. father-in-law of Robin Russell Jeskey & cousin of Mrs. Ruby A. Clark. Services Mon.. 11 a.m.. in the Little Church of the Flowers. Forest Lawn Mortuary in charge. ZEPPEN-FIELD. Mrs. Mary Jane, beloved wile of William M. Zeppen-Field, sister 01 miss Biancne Beagle, services rri.. 3 p.m.. in tne utile onurcn 01 tne now ers. Forest Lawn Mortuary in charge. Andrew J. Hamilton Funeral services for Andrew J. (Jack) Hamilton, 73, a grocery merchant in Riverside and Co rona for 32 years, will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. at the E. H. Preston Mortuary, Riverside. Mr. Hamilton died Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Gene Mires of 829 Lamer St., Burbank. Besides his daugh ter Mr. Hamilton leaves three sons: Andrew, of Los Angeles Edwin of Corona, and James of Santa Monica. Miss Lena Merk Private services for Miss Lena Merk, 82, nurse and a resident here for the last 67 years, will be conducted at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the chapel of Edwards Bros. Colonial Mortuary, with cremation to follow. Miss Merk died Monday. She began her nursing career here in the early 90s. She leaves a sister, Mrs. W. M. Catlin, and a niece at the family residence, 2639 S. Nor-mandie Ave. William S. Hepburn Funeral services for William Schooler Hepburn, 75, who died Dec. 26, will be conducted by Forest Lawn Mortuary at 10:30 a.m. today in the Wee Kirk o' the Heather. Mr. Hepburn, who had lived here 20 years and was an interior decorator at Universal Studio, leaves his widow, Mrs, Leota B. Hepburn of 2600 Glen Green Ave., and two sons, Wil liam L. and Willard L. John A. Peyton Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m Friday for John A. Peyton, 48, owner of the Peyton Precision Tools Co., at White & Callanan Mortuary. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Saturday at Holy Spirit Church. Mr. Pey ton, who lived at 1340 S. Ridge ley Drive, died Sunday. He leaves his widow, Emma, three sons, John, Robert and Thomas, and his mother, Mrs. Delia Pey ton. Arch S. Goldflam Private funeral services for Arch S. Goldflam, 57, associated with the Bank of America as attorney for 30 years, will be conducted at Malinow & Simons Mortuary tomorrow morning, cremation to follow. Mr. Goldflam, who came to the Southland nearly 37 years ago, died Monday. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Bess M. Goldflam of 430 N. Palm Drive, Beverly Hills, his mother, Mrs. Sarah Goldflam, a son, Robert S-, of San Francisco, and two stepsons, Lawrence and Robert Powell, both of this city. Carl D. Oppenheimer Funeral services for Carl David Oppenheimer, 51, who died Dec. 26, will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the chapel at the National Military Cem etery at Sawtelle. Mr. Oppen heimer, a flyer m World War I, had practiced accounting in Los Angeles for more than 20 years. He leaves Jiis widow,' Hortense, of 7948 W. Fourth St. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our beloved mother. Eugenie Regnier. Jan. 1. 1945. "In our hearts sna lives lorever. AMY PROVOST 4 RUBY RUSSELL TOWARD REGNIER BLANCHE HUBBARD FUNERAL DIRECTORS j CUXNTXGHAM & O'CONNOR FUNERAL DIRECTORS INSPECTION OF LOS ANGELES' MOST BEAUTIFUL MORTUARY MAY BE MAnST AT ATJV TTMH 850 WEST WASHINGTON PB-0597 W. A. BROWN & SON Established 1911 W. A. Brown 1870-1942 W. Wyli Rrnwn. Piu. A Ownee 1815 So. Flower St. PR-2011 BRESEE BROS. & GILLETTE FIFTY-THREE YEARS OF FRIENDLY SERVICE 950 W. WASHINGTON BLVD. PR-5125 PIERCE BROS. MORTUARIES TWELVE CONVENIENT CHAPELS FOR INFORMATION. CALL PR-4151 MORTUARY IN FOREST LAWN EVERYTHING AT TIME OF SORROW TELEPHONE CLEVELAND 6-3131 Forest Lawn Memorial-Park Assn., Ine. Edwards Brothers Colonial Mortuary 'JS The Home of . M 1-. ' tJi "rpK Friendly Personal Service GLASBAND MORTUARIES -' Jewish Funeral Directors 901 W. Washington Blvd. PR-13.11 7700 San ta Monica Blvd. HE-6S47 RUPPE MORTUARY 1001 WEST WASHINGTON BLVD. PRospect 0115 BRAMBLE FUNERAL HOME Reverent Christian service. Moderate nrlce 1816 TOBERMAN STREET. PR-2256 EDWARDS BROTHERS COLONIAL MORTUARY 1000 Venice Boulevard. PRospect 8281 GROMAN MORTUARY Jewish Funeral Directors 830 W. WASHINGTON BLVD. RI-S201 REED BROS., TAPLEY & GEIGER 721 WEST WASHINGTON BLVD. PB-5151 ARMSTRONG FAMILY 1201 SOUTH HOPE STREET. RI-6348 UTTER-McKINLEY Twelve Convenient Mortuaries. AD-1-9325 HOUSE OF HALL 1607 SOUTH FLOWER STREET. PR-2212 HAMMOND, MISPAGEL & RUPPE 3517 Hyde Park Blvd. TH-9119 WALLACE E. WHITE 664 W. Washington UUVVAJKU J. ts ALLAN AN CEMETERIES INGLEWOOD PARK CEMETERY LARGEST IN CALIFORNIA Telephone ORegon 81251 Mausoleum Crematory Columbarium ROSE HILLS MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY MAUSOLEUM CREMATORY 8 miles east of Los Angeles on , Workman Mill Road near Whittier Blvd Park Phone: Wfcittier 4j0-37u ROSED ALE CEMETERY 1831 W. Washington Blvd. PA-3155. CREMATORIES Pierce Brothers' Crematory 1605 S. CataUna St. RE5179 FLORISTS Peter Anderson Funeral services for Peter Anderson, 78, retired railroad man and a Los Angeles resident for 55 years, will be conducted to morrow at 2 p.m. at Grace Chapel, Inglewood Park Cem etery, Pierce Bros. Beverly Hills Mortuary directing. Interment will follow in Inglewood. He resided at 256 S. Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, and leaves two daughters, Mrs. Stella Pratt and Mrs. Pearl Gwin, and a son, Harold. - Dr. C. L. McKirrrick Funeral services for Dr. Charley LeRoy McKittrick, 68, retired physician and surgeon for merly on the staff of Angelus Hospital, will be conducted to morrow at 1 p.m. at Pierce Bros Chapel, 720 W. Washington Blvd., interment to follow in Inglewood Park Cemetery. A resident here for 20 years, he was active in the Elks Club and Kiwanis. He leaves his widow, Ethel, of 1269 W. Fifth St., and two daughters, Virginia and Mrs. Betty Luddemann. Sun,Moon and Tide By U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey sits suit Q )( oo OiaS roo uV" Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Jan. 8 Jan. 13 BY EDWIN SCHALLERT Anticipated as one of the most stirring film "events of 194G, "Duel in the Sun," which just made the deadline in competition for Academy honors, more than lived up to expectations in a multitude of ways at its initial showings Monday night and yesterday afternoon. It is a picture of terrific in fact, well-nigh bewildering impact. It embodies a strange tragical drama of love, hate and death, set against wild western desert wastes and mesas and fierce mountain fastnesses. Historical in pattern, the nar rative, as told on the screen, seems to draw from the most elemental sources, with few of its characters that are not, at times, motivated by the most primitive and even brutal im pulses. A tremendously strong . pro duction, lurid and violent in the handling of many of its scenes, it still possesses a bigness of de- sjgn which commands appreci ation and respect. Gala Preview Showings of this first David 0. Selznick picture in nearly a year were inaugurated with a gala press preview at Grau-man's Egyptian. It is having road show screenings at that theater and the Vogue. The preview drew a distin guished audience of cinema "names," including more stars by far than ordinarily attend this sort of preliminary. Heralded "wall of light," balloons and parachutes, not to speak of the personality parade, caused the boulevard to be packed in the vicinity of the show house. It was in all respects one of the most flamboyant of filmland evenings. "Duel in the Sun" gives no quarter to glitter in the conven tional acceptance of that term as a picture, except for its Tech nicolor photography, which will undoubtedly contend mightily for a statuette in the March roundup of movie colony votes. The story is radiantly re-created pictorially. One scene alone, the big fiesta at the Texas ranch house, is really worth the study of cinematographers, so amazing is its ever-varied artistry. Forceful Technique Story of "Duel in the Sun," its individual episodes, covers an amazing gamut in mood and feeling. This varies from the highly sophisticated to the very naive, depending largely on the issue of which character domi nates. In his direction King Vidor sometimes seems to assail one too much with the slam-bang inception of new sequences. Yet its power with a popular audience cannot be denied. The film is a synthesis of prac tically everything that was ever put in a western, including even Howard Hughes' "Outlaw," as well as many things that were never dreamt of before in connection with even the most super-duper-duper opera of the plains. One index among many of the fabulous, fantastic, somewhat ex aggerated aspects of the film, is the "gathering of the clans" when Lionel Barrymore decides to balk the railroad aiming to cross his huge property. It was a-veritable D. W. Griffith "Birth of a .Nation" effect, only in all I likelihood with many more horses and riders than Griffith in his day ever thought of using. Human Conflict "Duel in the Sun" has plenty of spectacular embellishments, but what it really simmers down to is the huge and also pyrotech-nical human conflict. There is the crippled ranch owner (Lionel Barrymore) doting on and indulging his wayward second son, (Gregory Peck;) the frail mother (Lillian Gish) tenderly devoted to her older offspring (Joseph Cotten,) a man of gentility, hidden force and fihe character. Central personage is the wild half-breed girl (Jennifer Jones) brought into their home by the mother because she had loved the girl's father who had married a gaudy, wild trollop from over the border. He kills the wife and her lover in a preluding sequence, and is himself hanged. Pearl Chavez, a legendary figure of the Southwest, is a bizarre mixture of both bad and good. She is drawn to the older son of the family at whose home she dwells because of her long ings for good, to the younger, and most potently, because ne rouses every fiery passionate atom in her being. Ironical is the attempt of the sin killer (Walter Huston) to deal with the sinister relationship between these two, equally ironical the manner in wmcn the honest intentions of the foreman (Charles Bickford) toward the girl meet their doom. Practically all the leading performances in "Duel in the Sun" will be Academy-contending. That goes for Miss Jones preeminently, because of the vast ranee of effort required of her, and Peck for the enormous and convincing vitality he expresses in his utterly black impersona tion of a scoundrel. The only redeeming trait is his love for the girl as it comes to light at the close of the picture. Lillian Gish and Lionel Barrymore will certainly be on the supporting awards list of nominees. Cotten and Huston, who is brilliant, may also thus qualify. Herbert Marshall is splendid as Pearl's -father. Tilly Losch. in a remarkable dance, Bickford, Harry Carey, Butterfly McQueen, Otto Krugerr Sidney Blackmer, Frank Cordell, Scott McKay, Joan Tetzel and numer ous others are to be noted. Selznick himself is credited as the author of the screen play, derived from the novel by Niven Busch. Oliver H. P. Garrett did the adaptation. Dimitrl Tiom- kin wrote and conducted the musical score, which demanded unusual scope in creativeness. Lee Garmes, Hal Rosson andi Ray Rennahan wera the dire tors of photography. BARRED UNTIL ROW ADULTS ONLY RIBALD ARD RACY ! ! PLUS Osniella Darrieax "KATIA THE EMPEROR'S MISTRESS ,FqTI Csmptats EnglMi Title OOWNfOWM N lltk t HOI ft. 6294 o w 2nd RECORD WEEXI LHedv motes Mrona Acodsmy bid. Don't bs surprised so see her win on Acodemy Mmmation for bsr work here." ts v....: l i T;, HOLLYWOOD i " REPORTER ,f 1 HE0Y I hf UMm 1 Efei 1 lOUtS 1 Pi StMESS'HMMM w DOWNTOWN I sH0UYW00d1 f tOttl T t6ew U HOurwOOO Ka sM 1221 -Of M MX attest SH JJM-OfMAU suGMt BEVERLY HIUS HcltfCA. " nUMs t ftONtMf OllTWOOO T B0VM M iim ec jjj-im 'iss WW O elM I MOO f 3 I 'iremm GREGORY PECK JANE WYKAN CUUCE JARM, Jr. with win iimm itu un nueuitn rsSaSSa CARTHAY CIRCLE Theatre S 2 PERFORMANCES DAILY C SAT 3 PERFORMANCES SUN. HOLIDAYS TSSatV- 2:15 5:00 8:30 ICOHTIHUOUS SHOWS 111 ALL THEATRES TODAY H THEATRES MARKED WITH STAR ARE OPEN ALL NIGHT " WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1 Sun rises 6:58 a.m., sets 4:55 cm. Moon rises 12:40 p.m., sets 0:46 a.m. TIDES. LOS ANGELES HARBOR Jan. Hieh T.nw 1 :06 4.8 11:03 1.3 4:47 5.4 12:00 0.5 5:31 6.0 12:50-0.3 b:ia e.a i:7-i.o I JjOW 0:37 2.0 1:28 2.0 2:19 2.0 2 3 4 Jan. 3 6 7 Hieh T.nw 4.35 3.2 10:02 1.8 6:0O 3.3 10:53 1.8 7:0H 3.5 11:45 1.9 8:U4 3.7 Low Hieh 2:24-1.5 8:54 3.9 3:in-i.8 9-.X1 4.0 3:56-1.9 10:33 4 Hieh 7:00 6.8 7:46 7.1 8:35 7.1 Tides are eiven in order of occurrence: first column denoting time and second column heiEht in feet above or below mean low water. Light face type de notes a.m.. Diaea race p.m. limes listed f DiA. Cn. Tim. ' -CEMETERY L0TS- BILTMORE FLORISTS Just Phone Ml -2222 and charge it! Delivery to all Mortuaries WILI, BUY CRYPTS & GRAVES IN ALL LOCAL CEMETERIES Manzer.,727 W. Washington. RI-0277.. Want graves, crypts, niches. Forest Lawn-lnglewood. 1843 w. Cage. TW-0211 J at LOU GEHRIG i.SiiilfiiJii j,k WSJ? S m miMGTOM rjaSrS 1 Xyirgfrg rT4.EiMoTyssl Ski f D A 1 711 cowxtowxV Vii IMbl V lDWV.in.PaWj ynw I H.ld Over 0 Ginger Rogers - David Nivan B H 1 ra n . ma .hi, b. m . ALTO 89ih-Wtstrn. Cant. 1 Csptsi Fury; Captaia Cuti ARROYO 323 N. FigiMros. Oprn 11 ! Undercurnnt: 8 Dark tt Nnht BEVERLY Ber. Hills. Shows 1 30-S-l:SS Th Best Years ef Our Lives BOULEVARD Wsshi ogt on - Vermont. Coot. 1 Detepties: The Dark Miner BRUIN Westwood. Cone. X Twe Smart Peesle: Ceckeyed Miracle CARLTON Westen-5h. Cant. 1 Rage is Heaves: Wake Us and Oreasi CAR MEL 81H3 Sta. Monica Bitd. Com. 1 Neterieue: Bsebeler's Daughters EMBASSY Western-3rd. FK-431J. Cont. I Undercurrent; Wake Us and Dream FAIRFAX Beverly at Fairfax. Cant. 1 Decenties: The Dark Mirrer FIGUEROA Fig.-SU. Barbara. Cont. 145 Decepties; The Dark Mirrer FLORENCE Fkir.-Comp. Ave. Ct. L Pav. Fk. Margie; Danger eus Milliess 8ENTRY Compton-SSlh Li. Cont. 1 Rage la Heaves: Bacheer's Dsufhtsrs GOLDEN GATE 5176 WML bld- Ct. 13 5 Never Say 6eetf-by; Tare Sesart Peesle HIGHLANO S04 N. Figueroa. Cont. 12:3 The Dark Mirrer: Wake Us ana Dream LA BREA 9th-La Bras. WA-8502. Com. 1 Undercurrent: Wake Us ana Dream LARCH MONT LarcftnTt-Beverly. Coat S Deeeetles: The Dark Mirrer LEIMERT Ver.-Crenshaw. AX-513L Cont. 1 Deception; The Dark Mirrer LIDO La Clenega-Pica. BR-23S33. Cont. S Neterieus: Bacheler's Daughters GORDON La Brea-Melrose. WH-1151 Neterieos: Bacheler's Dsufhtsrs LOYOLA M anrh . -Sepulveda, OB-82444. On. 1:15 The Raw's Edge MELROSE Mel. nr. Verai't .OL-442L Coot. I Neterieut; Bacheler's Daughters MESA Crenshaw-Slauson. Cont. S Neterieus: Bacheler's Daughters PARISIAN Verm't-Sth. Cont. 2 Neterieue; Wake Up aad Dream RAVENNA Verm't-Bev. FE-0060. Cont- 1 Decepties: The Dark Mirrer REGINA W1lhire-La CieneKe, Cont 1 Margie: Angel Oa My Shoulder STA0IUM 90 w. Pica CB-S20S3. ConL 1 The Dark Mirrer: Decepties STARLAN 02624 X. Broadway. ConL 1 Ne Leave. Ne Leve: Mr. Ate TOWER Com num. XE-1315 Margie: Dangerous Millions UNITED ARTISTS 5136 Whit Blvd. CL 11:45 The Shew Off; Return 1 Rusty VILLAGE Westwood. ConL 2 Margie: Angel 0a My Shoulder WESTERN West'n-39tli. AX-2160L ConL 1 Neterieus: Bachelor's Daughters WESTLAKE Alv. Wilshire. iE-3Jt. Cont. 1 Deception ; Dark Mirrer RIV0LI 4521 8. Western The Plainsmen: Rainbow Over Taias DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES -n-RIALTO 812 & Bdwy. 311-6272 Nocturne: Sunset Pass MILLION S , 307 8. Bdwv. MT-6:72 Tite Gulzar in Person; Beauty end the Bandit NEWS-PALACE 600 8. Broadway. ill-o.J The Last Bomb: 62 News Events NEWSREEL THEATRE Bdwy.-Sta. MI -6:72 The Last Bomb; 62 News Events R0XIE 51S S. Bdwy. MU-76J3 Deeentiea: The Dark Mirrer LINCOLN 23AO S. Central. MI-C27I Decepties: Scar Face PASADENA ACADEMY BT. 16508. Open 12. Free Parkins The Shew Off: Cockeyed Miracle UNITED ARTISTS BY. 16577. Open 11 Never Say Good -by; Shaded sf a Wemaa) TOWER ST. 38169. Open 12 Angel On My Shoulder: Dangerous Millions PASADENA ST. 67143. Open 12 Margie: Return sf Rusty STRAND ST. 38187. Open 11 Neterieus: Ladv Luck WASHINGTON ST. 7014. Ones 12:45 Cloak ana Dagger: No Leave, hp Leva UPTOWN ST. 34330. Open 1. Fr. PS. Maroie: Return ef Rusty STATE SY. 27139. Open 12-4S canyon passage: inreo Lints Bins ib smbs PAflK ST. 421115. Open 1:45 Angei on my sneuiser; pangareas millions HOLLYWOOD APOLLO H'lywd-Weet'a. GB-452Z. Cont. S Notorious: Bachelor Dasfahtera FILM ARTE 128 N. Tine. GB-771S. CL 1:4 Deeestren: The Dark Mirror HOLLYWOOD HE-9371. Cent. 12:S Rage is Heaves: Notorious Gentleman L0M A sta. ilon.-Wen n. GL-S7U. ConL t Undercurrent: Se Dark the Htent VOGUE 6675 H'lrwd Blvd. GB-iOJi. Cent. IS ueei n tae sua OCEAN PARK, SANTA MONICA, VENICI, WEST LOS ANGELES, CULVER CITT DOME 8.M. 6373. ConL 1 The Shew Off: Dancer Woman CRITERION Sta. Mon. 8.M. 58282. Ct- 11:4s Bactieter'e Daughters; Wake Up aad Dream ROSEMARY 8.M. 63279. ConL 12:44 Tk Dnieleaws aTas a Inn M en IsnT.ssssAasi NEW.VENiCc! Venire. 8.M. 6327 My Darlina Clement ine: Neaedv Lives Forever BUN DY Pico-Cent inells. AB-95161. Fr. Pa. Monsieur Benuealre- Her Kind el Men TIV0LI 11523 8. M. Blvd. AB-31636. CL 11 My Darting Clementine; Nobody Lives Forever N U ART Sawtelle-S. M. BL AB.-S370O. Fr. Fk. nainoew uver leans: nr. ah WILSHIRE 1314 Wilshire Blvd. S.M. S699S Two Save From Milwaukee- Claudia A David CULVER CITY City Aud . CoL City. AB-S3124T margio: uaagerouo milliene HUNTINGTON PARK, BELL. MAVWOOO CALIFORNIA JFJ-511L. ConL 11 The Shew Off; Cockeyed Miracle LYRIC 7268 L. Beta. Blvd. LA-S60S. OooL 1:11 Cloak and Oagger; Mr. Acs ALCAZAR 4426 . Csee. LA-33M. OpsttL Tko Dark Mirrer: That Braanaa Girl INGLEWOOD ACADEMY PL-15151. ConL 1. t Acre Fr. Pa. The Shew on: cock oven miratie UNITED ARTISTS OBeeon 81701. Com. 1 Never Say Good-bye; Return ef Rusty FIFTH AVENUE Sth-Mantta. TW-9966. Coot. I Two smart Peesle: saaaew ef a Wemaa REDONDO, HERMOSA, MANHATTAN RED0N00 Redondo S254L Op. 12:45. Smoking The Shew Off: Ansel 0b My Shoulder STRAND Bedondo 8300. Cont. 1 The Killers: Three Lime bins in bibs HERMOSA Redondo 6245. Open 12:44 Mareia: Tea Smart Peeala LAMAR Manhattan Boeh. Bed. S50t. ConL 1 Neterieut: Thrill sf Bruil GLENDALE ALEX CH. 51525. Open 12 The Shew Off; Cockeyed Miracle GLENDALE CI. 2-OU.10. Open 12 Never Say Geed-by: Shadow ef a Wemaa CALIFORNIA CH- 5137. Open 1- Smoking Margie; Danger Woman CAPITOL CH. 5141. Open 12 Angel Oa My Shoulder: Dangerous Millions GATEWAY S. Fer.-Brand. CH. 41431. Op. 1.1S Neterieus: Mr. Aea GLEN Colo. -Adorns. CH. S178R. Open 1. Fr. Fk. Ne Leave. Ne Leva; Cooraeo of Lassia NORTH HOLLYWOOD. VAN NUYS. SHERMAN OAKS, STUDIO CITY EL PORTAL N. HTrwd. ST-T29SS. Onen IS Wake Us and Dream; Angel Oa My Shoulder VALLEY N. Hlywd. 6U. 1-227S. Com. U:1S Monsieur Beaueairs: Bad Baseetsb LA REIN A 6T-7-2942. ST-4-114L. Op. 11:49 Wake Us aad Oresm; Deception VAN NUYS ST-52731. Open 1:4S The Bi Sloes: Tans Little Girls la Bins SOUTH PASADENA, MONROVIA RIALTO ST. 93161. FT. 11259. Openl:43 The Dark Mirrer: Bacheler's Daughters RITZ So. Pasadena 8Y. 9-5566. Open 12:45 Under current : Neterieos Geatlemsn LYRIC Monrovia. Mon. 90. Open 12:45 Deception; Wake Up and Dream MONROVIA Mon. 194. Open 12:45 Bachelor's Dsughtsrs; Strange Ceeeuest INDEPENDENT THEATRE GUIDE-. LOS ANGELES NEIGHBORHOOD ADAMS, 1898 W. Adams It's Great to Be Young Nobody Lives Forever 'Neretrious Gentlemss; Th brill ef Bruil Flame sf Barbery Coast: Right Man ALVARAD0. 710 S. Alvarad hAMf RICAN. 4727 S. Broadway- ARLIN. 2117 w. Jeftenon Three Little Girls la Blue: Blende tor a uay ARLINGTON. 2517 W. Wasu'teu Pride ef Yankees : Having Wonderful Time AST0R. 4821 S. Vermont Till the End of Time; Beys' Ranch AVAL0N. 5258 Avalea Blvd. Rebecca: los P sleeks Chares BALBOA. 8713 8. Vermont Rape la Heaven; Wake Up and Dream BARDS, Crenshaw and Adams Decepties; Dark Mirrer CAIRO. 1 1021 S. Main Dent Gsmbls Witt Strangers; Inner Circle CAMEO. 4907 M. Hunt. Dr. Dangerous Business; My Darting Clemestiss CENTR0. 7764 8. Central . The Killers: Mr. Acs CENTURY. 6013 S. Broadway Rage la Heaves: Wake Us end Dream CONGRESS. 7510 S. Vermont Lett Week-End; Yea Cams Along CRENSHAW. Crenshaw st Joflerssn Dark Mirrer DALE. 3526 Esgls Reek Blvd. Rsgs la Heaven: Neterieus Gentlemen DALY. 2604 N. Broadway China; Lawless Breed DE LUXE. 1873 W. Jefferson The Killers: Lady Luck DIXIE, 6520 S. Norntandie The Crackup; Lady Luck EAGLE. 4834 Eagle Reck Blvd. Dsnqer Wemas; Strange Conquest EL SEREN0. Hunt Dr. A Eastern They Made Ms a Kilter: Cuban Pete ELYSIAN. 1944 Riverside Dr. Invisible Informer: Behind the Mssk EMPIRE, Piee-Alvarade Nobody Lives Forever: Courage sf Lsssis FRANKLIN, 5502 N. Figueroa Man From Rainbow Valley; Bo low Deadline FREMONT, Adams st Ls Brea Rate is Heaven: Neterieue Gentlemen GREEN MEADOWS. 9615 S. Main Bis Sloes: 8 nook Busters HOLLY. 1624 Sunset Rsgs is Heaves; Neterieus boatiemsa KiNEMA. Cempten at Manchester Nobody Lives Forever; Always Loved Yea KIVA. 5263 S. Broadway Lady Luck: Crackup KhiOLL. 6612 S. Western Nobody Lives Forever: Bachelor's Dsuohters LAKE. 7th snd Alvaradl Hurricane: Teiss Jamboree LARGO. 1822 E. 103rd Nobody Lives Forever: Esrl Carroll's Sketchbook LA T0SCA. 2930 S. Vermont Johnny Come Lstely: Remember ths Dsy LINDA. 1625 E. 103rd Uns Cancien El La Noche: San Frsnciseo De Asit MADRID. 8140 S. Vermont Rendezvous With Analo: Nobody Lives Forever MANCHESTER. Manchester-Broadway Derk Mirrer; Deception MAYFAIR. 8734 8. Broadway Undercurrent: Bevilt Playground MAYNARO, 2488 W. Washington That Brennaa Girl; Neterieos Gentlemss METRO, 4720 W. Washington Rags is Heaven; Neterieut Gentlemss MIDWAY. 3138 W. Pice Ths Stranger: Tarzaa and ths Leopard Woman MISSION. 4258 8. Broadway Oesdline st Dswn: Criminal Court NORMANDIE. 4811 8. Normsndie Gallant Journey: Cuban Pets PARK, 5825 N. Fioueroa Rebecca; Faithful in My Fashion PICO, Pice at Figueroa The Killers; strange voyage PIX, 8612 S. Broadway Jesse James: Return sf Frank Jamea PLAYHOUSE. I234'j W. 7th- PHiNutss. eios 8. main RAMON A. 2139 Sunset Blvd.- Three Wis Fools: Criminal Court Notorious; It's Great to Bs Young Deception: oars mirror W I 1 w. al sjn m la) mep Tonght A little Va-tro-nol In each nostril oulckly opens ud nasal passages to relieve stuffy transient congestion. Makes breathing easier. Invites restful sleep. Works fine I ... Grand for relieving sniffly distress of head colds. Try it! Follow directions in the package. PALACE FLOWER SHOP j 631 S.Olive St. Zone 14 j Flowers for all occasions j Charge it! VAndyke 9367 j Improved Patented DOBBS TRUSS Hsw Patsntsd Truss . CtMCTfSY . . tXBMWf . . CHAPEL, CQLUsn'lidVsU Non-irritating Washabls NO BELT NO STRAP NO BULB IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CANNOT SLIP. Holds muscles together with a soft eoncovo pad. Keeps rupture tightly closed at oil times while working, lifting, walking or swimming. Lightweight. REASON SHOULD TEACH YOU NOT TO PLACE A BULB OR BALL IN OPENING OF RUPTURE WHICH KEEPS MUSCLES SPREAD APART. Single, $10 Double, $15 FREE EXAMINATION NO OBLIGATION DOBBS TRUSS CO. 542 S. Broadway, near 6th St. MUtual 7646 RAMPART, Temple snd Rampart Nobody Lives Forever: Cuban Pets REGENT. 4012 8. Vermont Captaia Caution: Castsia Fery ROUND UP. 5421 8. Vermont Belle ef Rossrita; Colorado Serenade SAN CARLOS. 291$ N. Main Eseandale Oe Estrellas: La Resuena Nadrecita SIERRA, S05S Eagle Reck Blvd. 8trange Conauest: Oanger Woman STRAND. 4411 8. Broadway Captain Caution: Csptsia Fsry SUN, 1408 W. Pice Beys' Rancn; Sens sf Arirona TEMPLE, 5862 S. Vermont- TR0JAN. 931 W. Jeffei UNION. 1 122 W. 24ttt VARIETY. 5253 W. Adam -Captaia Fury: Captaia Caution Ne Leeve. No Leve: Courage sf Lassie No Leave, Ne Leve: Colorado Serenade Couroae ef Lassie: Gallent Journey VERMONT. 436S S. Vermont Pride ef Yankees: Having Wonderful Tims -Her weooing migni; spnnisn reniure -Sister Kenny: Heme, sweet Homicide -Siena usiias: uars aiipi VICTOR. 17th and Main VICTORIA. Pice end Vermont- WASHINGT0N. 747 W. Washington YORK. 494S York Blvd. Bit Sleep: Wonder or of the Wasteland -r WILSHIRE DISTRICT BEVERLY HILLS AMBASSADOR. 3400 Wilshire Van Johnson Is Ne Leave. Ns Leve 0EL MAR, Pice nr. La Brea Courage ef Lassie; Rendezvous With Annie ESQUIRE. Fairfax at Oikwood Brief Encounter HITCHING POST. 203 N. Canon Marshal ef Laredo; Gentlemen With Guns LAUREL. Beverly-Laurel Well Dunce's Oeughter MUSIC HALL. 9036 Wilthin Stranoo Woman PAN PACIFIC. 7554 Beverly Blvd. Stells Osllns: Hell's Angels PICFAIR. Pice st Fairies Pride ef Yenkees: Having a Wonderful Time UCLAN. Westwoed Blvd.. Wilshire Bad Bascomb: Shouldn't Happen to Dei -nr EASTLAND THEATRES AN-i-1000' ALISO. 1520 E. First- Plnlnsman: Cuban Pete BROOKLYN. 2425 Brooklyn CRYSTAL, 2808 Whittier- JEWEL. 3817 Whittier JOY. 2016 E. First MERALTA. 2035 E. First-NATION AL, 2229 Breeklyn-TERRACIL 3945 City Term VERN. 2MI E. Olympic WABASH. 3014 WSDasn- -Behemian Girl; Tarran's Desert Mystery -njooeoy Lives rerever: inrin or orun -I've Always Levea roe: iracaop Stella Dallas; Dangerous Business -Wake Us snd Dream; Behind the Mssk Jesse James: Return ef Frank James Wake Us and Dream; Behind the Mask -Deception: Dnnger wemna - CENTRAL THEATRES -I've Always Loved You: Crackup BILL ROBINSON. 4319 8. Central All Baba and 40 Thieves: Daltens Ride FLORENCE MILLS. 3511 S. Central Three Wise Fools; Boys' ftanefe HUB. 1007 S. Central Whits Tie snd Tsils: Colorado Serenade SAVOY. 5320 S. Central Stop by Step; 81am Aliei ARCADE. 404 N. Central- ATWATER. 3183 Glendsle Blvd.-COSMO. 730 8. Brand Blvd. no at, 41 m. nrann diva. r GLENDALE Sky's ths Limit: Prisoner ef Zends desk ens onager; crsenus Guns and Saltan: Vengeance sf the West Till the End ef Time: Jenle Gets Married No Time for comedy: City for Conauest VOGUE. 735 S. Brand Blvd -nr SANTA ANA ORANGE COUNTY WALKER'S, 3rd st Bush St.- STATE. 4th at Birch PRINCESS, 4th at Spurgeen LIDO. Newport Beach BAL80A. Balboa LAGUNA. Laguna SOUTH COAST. Laguna SURF, Huntington Beach YOST. Santa Ana BKC.A. urea- Tao Killers; she Wrote the Book Homo In Indians: Detour Ls Ferla do Las Flares: Cristobal Coles -Lady Luck: Beys' Ranch -Three Wiee Feels: Spook Busters Captain Caution: Contain Fury -Thrill of Brain -Betts Davis in Deeentiea Bsdmnn'e Territory : Well Groomed Bride The Kaasan; Twe Guys Frees Milwaukee Csbslleris Imparls; Msdre a la Fuorza Thrill of Brer II; Desrslsyer Rssa la Heaves: Earl Carroll's Sketchbook SAN CLEMENTE. Ssa Clements Pineechie: Ths Westerner PASADENA SIERRA mDt-we PLAZA. 0 rants LA HABRA. Ls Hsbra- 0RANGE. Oranoe- I Suits 414 Broadway Arcad Bldg.i RAYMOND. 120 N. Rsymeni iSIERRA MADRE. S7 W. Sierra nest Wife: Well Groomed Bride st Lassie; sir. ass ANITA. S2S W. Tkird ARCADE, 534 S. LOS ANGELES DOWNTOWN Helidev in M in lee- Hoodlum Seine Broadway Swamp Wemaa; Wanderer of tne Wasteland .j, a. BimHi uvui, mnm mm, wejraofwr or ns wnsxetnne BROADWAY. 42S S. Broadway Neaedv Liven Farevor- Canre .( I CAMEO 528 S. Broadway Readezveus Wit Annie; Live Wires SESJR4L- 248- Johnny Angel: Smart Aloe fPJIv 320 S. Broadway Tomorrow the World: Us in Mabel's Room LINDA LEA, First at San Pedro Conauest ef Cheyenne: Sonera stnneceeeai MAYAN, lltk and Hill Marry Wives: Katia MUSIC HALL. S02 S. Broadway -Strang. Wemaa OLYMPIC, th A Brosdway Te Have and Hans Not: Adam Had Fear Sene TOWN. 444 S. HIU 8L Silda; Mas is Her Oiar ADMIRAL. Hollywood at Vinn- '-- HOLLYWOOD -City for Cenguest; H aegovsr Seoam CAMPUS. Vermont at Sta. Monies Till End ef Time: 1 Little fiirro Is Blue CINEMA. West's sr. Sta, Monica Pride ef Yankees; Having Wonderful Time vlihiuh. oe ss. wooiern ueorasa ef Lsssie; crsekue HAWAII, SMI Hollywood Blvd. Strange Wemaa HITCHING POST. Hollywood at Via nunjLtT, ans nenyweea dive. LOS FELI2. Vermont at Fraakia- -Retura st Das let Basse; Land Rush as Leave, ns Leva; Beys' Ranch -courage ef Lassie MARCAL. 6021 Hollywood Blvd. Bedlam: Same of Death MELVAN, Melrses.aad Van Noes J ebony ta Clouds: Amateur Gentlemen MONICA. 7734 Santa Monica Tares Little Girls la Slue; The Killers MUSIC HALL. 6523 Hollywood Blvd. ctraea. w... ORIENTAL. 7425 Sunset Nntnrseiia SentJneanst- Raoauiler-. rmlii STUDIO, 1715 N. Vermont . Ladv Surrondorn SUNSET. Westers st Sunset VISTA. Sunset at Hollywood SANTA MONICA BRENTWOOD Asset: Girts at the Heed Monatids; Crash One -Yank la Lee see: Black As AERO. Montana at 14th St.- BRENTWOOD, (161 1 Wllsbil ELMIR0. 1443 3rd St. HITCHING P08T. I44S 4th St.-MAJESTIC, Santa Monica MERALTA. Culver City -sr EAST LOS ANGELES MONTEBELLO WHITTIER BO N IT A, 410 ft. l-sra Las KHtsres eeei isht is Casablsaea: Swams Flra artka Ivnra: Wander or sf lbs Wasteland Sod's Ceastry: Underground Rustlers Decent ioa: Betta Dsvia Cock eyed Miracle: th enter Rock BOULEVARD. 494s Whit Blvd. Mystsrieas Mr. Valentine; Danger Women CENTER, 476 Whittier Blvd Crack-as; Charlie's Aunt GARDEN. 4511 Telegraph Read Wall Groomed Bride: E nek anted Forest STRAND. 4231 Whittier Blvd. Rage la Hoavaa: Bis Sleep UNIQUE. 3645 E. First St La Bajerera: imprudencia R0XY. Whittier Ne Leave. Ne Leve: Thrill ef Brazil WARDMAN. Whltttsr Shew Off; Beauty and Bandit WHITTIER. Whittier Never Say Goodbye; Return ef Rusty V0SUE. Montebells Courage sf Lassie: Till the Esd st Time ' LONG BEACH TORRANCE AREA EBELL, 3rd st Cerriteo. Loss Beech 3 wins Feels: Seventh Veil RITZ. Lent Bosch Fighting Lady: Sunday Dinner for a Soldier STRAND. 235 Pike. Loaf Booth Two Feet urea; stage Snow EL SEGUNDO. El Segundo Boys Ranch: Fetthlirt Is My Fast ion PLAZA. Hawthorne My Oariiag Clementine; Des't Gsmbls With 8trasgers oca, Hswtasrns Basle sa My Ksee: God's Country LENNOX. Leenoi L0MITA. Lemita G ARD SNA. Gsrdoaa-6RAND. Torrance PARK. Terrenes TORRANCE. Terrene. HIT, logleweeo- -Ctsak aad DaggeV; star in ths Night Sister Kenny; Fast Company -They Were Sisters; South of Mesterey Dark Mirrer: strange Censeest Mr. Aeo; Dangerous Business Scatternrainr Tnabeel Aneiei -Stella Dallas; Strange H oil day ' tV ALHAMBRA SAN GABRIEL VALLEY Strsneu Trianeler Deeeetiea Lady Lack; Rsissew Over Texas Osrk Mirror; Neterieus Geetlemaa Bacheler's Dsughters ALHAMBRA A ANNEX-SANTA ANITA, Arcadia-EL REY. Main at 4th GARFIELD. Garfteld at Valley Cap sat 4. Ctsesstrs GARVEV. Garvoy at Ssa Gabriel Ladv Luck: I've A I wan Levea Vow GRANADA, ISO W. Mala Martha Ivors: Till the End of Time MONTEREY, Garfield st Hellman My Dartint Ctomestine: Thrill sf Braiil R0SEMEAD. Rsiemeed Darling Cleeaentiae: Hems Sweet Homicide STATE. Aiusa Mi Lune y Mi Caballe: Alls on el Tropic TEMPLE. Las Tunas-Roeemead Rainbow Over Texas; Thrill ef Braitl TUMBLEWEED. Gervoy-Valley Blvd. Jesse James; Return ef Frank James VALLEY. El Menta Lady LKk; Reeaerveue With Aaass EL 'MONTE. BALDWIN PARK. COVINA, GLENDORA - EL MONTE. Vnlley at Tyler Throe Little Girls la Blue; Women In Green B.L.1W'"U BJ' Park Ceerase ef Lassie: Faitafel la My Fashion COVINA, Cevinu- Ledv Lock GLENDORA. Glosdors - BURBANK -Thrill st Braiil; That Brennaa fiirt BURBANK. 207 S. Sen Fernando- Twe Guys From Milwaukee: The Clesk. L0MA. 310 S. Sen Fernando Bsebeler's Osuohters: Rainbow Over Texas N AO NOLI A 4433 W. Mag net la-Sister Kenny; Oni't Gimel. wtt firraooer. MAJOR. 333 N. Ssa Fsrssado Dark Mirror; Motor ieue Goat loosen g DRIVE IN THEATRES ""o-- w Og'VE IN. 12109 W. Olympic. LA. Martha w: If I'm Lacky SS wl 2' 5"!"?- 1 - .. Cloeod lastallint Iser Speakers S2 Vf !2- Bedlaade Clandla aad David; Home. Sweat Homicide un,. in. wwaia msrata Ivers: The NaaarseuuS -eV OMTABlri HiVJfJ'l i An- fomi with Assle: Land nmk !5S5Ai aac"i.5",JW Ave. , Nsvsr Say Goodbye; Criminal Court PARK. 122 M. Euslid Ave. Lady Lock; Secrets of a Sorority Girl synunpAn asia lommuhitt - CAN0SA. Csnota Parfc- tUHuniA. serene MERALTA. Dewuey- HUNTINGT0N, Huntlattsa Psrfc-ELSIN0RE. Elsinere rusiANA rentsaa-FILLM0RE. Fillmore PALMS. Fillmore- No Leeve- No Leve- Mr Aea Thrill ef Bruil: Death Volley -Till the Esd sf T;me: Soys' Rsnca Mama Levee Pane; Abilene Tows) Rsso ie Heaven -Till the End of Time MONTROSE. Mentro E.L RANCHO- Baon MARGO. Oceaaside- Faithtul la My Fash lea; Hems Sweet Homicide Cocazoaes do Mexico -Neterieue With Annie: Stee hv stea V.,.- la I mMU I -VLP yJ!-' . 9 'can 1 1 d s Watch for Ro-oponinn 5.'.t!P,f,RE8T- Sidgeeroot Bsebeler's Oaoshtsrs: Deadliae for Murder lyJUNGA. 6719 Foothill Blvd. Lady Leek; Mr. Act) E"?'c-i rernannp sr. Acs TOWN. Ssa Fernnnde- 8AN GABRIEL, 330 W. Las Tsi uruB, u piano . MAYFAIR. Ventura VALUSKIS. Willewbreek- Jesse Jemee: Stunt Pilot srreira Sketehbeefc; Coaraaeef Laseie Geuraae st Laos is Jena Crawford la Homwesgue Csaysa Pemsos; Sees by Stss

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