The Journal Herald from Dayton, Ohio on October 28, 1955 · 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Journal Herald from Dayton, Ohio · 5

Publication:
Location:
Dayton, Ohio
Issue Date:
Friday, October 28, 1955
Page:
5
Start Free Trial
Cancel

JOURNAL HERALD, DAYTON, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, I9.. FURNITURE irt. r.w.nv i,ri. fariM aMrr rarkia. af aali.millr a araaa. at Milium'. Muprr .Mar-kt low arirr.. Unr main dura elm 1 aailainia la f airrronnda. t.a.v aark. lat. fcalnmra ant aa rammu.ioa. awp ta.arel) HALLUM Wit 8. 'Maia St. ar Pay Mertf rrrrrrrrL I I I Maav 114 ii Art Godfrey At It Again; Lu Ann Simms Is Fired NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (UP) ;the action was not completely un- Arthur Godfrey today fired petite, expected. singer Lu Ann Simms. the fourth' Miss Simms, 23-year-old former member of his radio-TV family to Rochester, N. Y., record shop get the ax in three days. j salesgirl, too;; a leave of absence But for the first Jime ip a series from Godfrey's cast last spring to of dismissals that now have seen nav baby. Ever since she gave a total of 20 "Little Godfreys" , bil'tr a daughter, Cynthia Leigh, dropped in less than three jeaiVseveTl weeks azo, it has been rumored in television circles that OCTOBER PIANO SALE! Hie. tk " small WURUTttR SPIN" it ffijulir t'ites it sell !! " " , L I . kal'lll I lows c 295 SMALL STUDIO A . k . 4,e Jim. """ nnc hnflmisk. "." llJ 55 pjsei. 5575. m -RACTICt PIANOS ruil '!' 33 IIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR TOUR OLD P1AN0I CIA T 4 I V aa I-iNia 4 FITZSIHMOHS( Down h Wnk H.fi.JIIMHa.1 IS L 2.4-Pirk Frit Acrosi St. I she might he on the way out. Nevertheless, her husband, song publisher Lorring Buzzell. said the ! little singer was too upset to talk when informed by the Columbia Broadcasting ystem that her services would be ended as of Dec. 2. Later, Miss Simms pulled herself together enough to say, "I'm absolutely shocked. We don't know the reason for it. We made no plans whatsoever. I was so sure I'd be bock. "The last time I saw him 'Godfrey) was last March when I took my leave because of my pregnancy. He seemed very pleased I was going to have a baby." "It's a kind of shock," Buzzell said. "She took a leave of absence to have a baby last spring and has been on salary ever since. All she did was have a baby, the most normal thinr in the world." True to his practice. Godfrev gave Mis Simms no prior notice that she would be fired. I TV insiders said Godfrey sent Miss Simms flowers af her bedside when her baby was born, but j has not communicated with her.' after that. j "We had no reason to feel that j anything was wrong. She still has! a contract with Columbia records' and will continue to record and probably make some personal appearances," Buzzell said. - j Miss Simms went on the God-: frey radio show in the spring ofj 1932 after placing first in one of his talent scouts programs. In De-i cember of the same year she went: on his Wednesday night show! "Arthur Godfrey and His Friends," j as a regular member of his "family." - j She received a minimum salary ! : of $350 a week under her CBS i l i contract and was on regular salary j during her maternity leave. Only last Tuesday, Godfrey swung the ax on three other staff , members, his right hand man pro-I ducer Larry Puck, musical con-j ductor Jerry Bresler and announcer George Bryan of tne talent scouts show. A source close to the Godfrey shows said Puck had fallen into 1 disfavor with the boss when he announced his engagement . to dark-haired singer Marion Marlowe whom Godfrey fired last April. Puck married her in May. Bresler, the source said, was fired for doing arrangements for Miss Marlowe's nightclub appearances after she was fired. No one could explain why Godfrey fired Br an, an employe for 10 years. Other "Little Godfrejs" uho have been suddenly fired include: singer Julius La Rosa, band leader ' Archie Bleyer, Hawaiian singer Haleloke, a male quartet called the Mariners, writers Charles Horner. Charles SI ocum and Preston H. Miles, stage manager Chet I O'Brien, and the Chordettes, a ! quartet of girls. I friends coming uvci r the most glamorous, glittering extravaganza ever put on ice! on I ANNIVERSARY EDITION SHIPSTADS i JOHNSON ...be a perfect host serve double-rich Cream of Kentucky WHISKEY KENTUCKY'S FINEST WHISKEY-A BLEND 85 PROOF. 70X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. SCHENLEY DIST., INC., FRANKFORT, KY. LimiftJI IS DATS ONLY TICKETS NOW ON SALE Central TV kM 4iarj. AM Vinr. Oaa.. an FIjna'CMmrtiai Cao... Ill Jeffrrtoa. I.jta f.f CINCINNATI GARDEN ier rninrr kt mit uni nnnrs ineiiriTiAU CINCINNATI GAIBEN. ???8 Ciarlaaa! 19 AkU t(elod ' Chad Monty ardtr U far at $ I Prieai: NHti I M. $3.00. $2.50, $2.00, $1.50 tat mel. . I Eva. Mat. lit chsica data 2nd eHoica- I I Addrau- I City I -Phona- r.tn. I .ia Hal. Mat. :..) turn. I H :.") NO SNOWS MONS. ni TUES. faia a(ln ifamaarf tat-aWrfranarf raa. PMt!l Rougfi'n Tough Boys' Shoes n VAX ""SS" Long wearing Rubber Soles AS. I Brown Oxfords Sim 8 i -3 EXPERT FITTING rvpuiai wiwy Sizes 10-3 YOU ALWAYS SAVE MORE AT 138 SOUTH MAIN ST. DO IT YOURSELF . . . SAVE UP TO 62 Today 0 0 0 choose the HAMILTON you want to give t v p l v&y ( Jjj Your jeweler will gladly lay it away till Christmas! . umr 1 a j 506 E. THIRD ST. next to millers auction PHONE HE-0000 I FREE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET IN MILLER'S LOT i STORE HOURS: MON. AND FRI. 9-9, SUNDAY 1-6, OTHER DAYS 9-6 j CALLING ALL CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, AND HOMEOWNERS j IMS 9"x9"xl8" THICK, FACTORY WAXED Color Goos Clear Through i2 ft M-TI Ml PerfictBlacIc . 30 BEAUTIFUL MARBLE- J IZED COLORS GO ALL C Tick your Qiristmas Hamilton right now. NOW More the shopping rush, your jeweler can how you a complete selection of beautiful Hamilton. And for a small down payment he'll be happy lo lay away your choice till Christmas. Choose from dramatically exciting new models waterproof,' shock-resistant, self-winding watches: calendar watches; magnificent diamond-get Hamiltons all dustproof, all anti-magnetic, all with lifetime mainsprings. And every Hamilton made in America is fully adjusted (for tern-perature, for position, for varying mainspring tension). See your Hamilton jeweler today. T in did anfiaat mi k.nMai i'fmMjm anaea. IT MEANS SO MUCH MORE TO GIVE . I OR GET ... A ClAt A. 101 a railow ao1" '"' cata, ,aif"i, tt.al kock. J4i d0 . ""jfX f .taiaiaii AlS boxk, 139.94 JUL .Z),1 THE WAY THROUGH. fee sV ea. Most Comfortable Floor Reg. 21 e Heavy Sid. SAVE SPACE! LOOK MODERN! CL0PAY ACCORDION DOORS f $ i t ' . Save Space.' Look Modern.' 1 $C!95 ' IMJ -a ! fit y t onward dorwy tup 32 widt, to 80 hip WE CAN SUPPLY ALL YOUR PAINT NEEDS! PITTSBURG aDGs 'm House 16C S?-FT;(, (!jpiTTSBURGB Paint jj.Qji f TN A SXx PRODUCTS 'ZSl 12 C.lr 3- If 1 Multicolors I I I I II )3 & "c,sy Ti y I house (v5 tj ea. PAINT A-U aS vAV" , CUTTER WHITE GAL. '"""""" f INCLUDED S Rtf. 5.95 Gal. I a anaa a i I I I I I ! I ! ) I t"l 1 I I f ' k I RUBBERIZED WALL PAINT Fr all insldt walls and wall papir Ont coat eavirs Driit In ana hour Uu a rollor LIS Qt. Et:, S5.4S Gal. PITTSBURG PORCH & DECK ENAMEL FOR WOOD 95 OR CONCRETE . 1.1? Qt. afc momci aw r.r. a I loer .w amf 1 Rig. 6.95 Gal. ROOF COATING 5 Is4 1IIOO. PI KK-fl ((nr. TR! MKH HOT. PK II l( riN1 PAW and ROLLER 99' -3" BRUSH 99 THINNER cX"..'T".h,"p."f 99c-' UTILITY PAINT whit. I49 ' SPAR 1G5 I i-ixseli 089 VAKMSIt Uwwgal.j oh, a."" gat. TINNER'S RED 232 .... SPECIAL BRUSH ASSORTMENT 3 tnr 1 39 CAULKING GUNS I " CAUUIHC RE FILLS 39c, a KENFLEX MIRACLE FLOOR TILE 23 EXCITING MARILEIZED t SPATTER COLORS Reg. 21c jr rn ' -r n LAl I I I I C! . EA. J Greaseproof . . . Twice as easy to clean. Perfect m for kitchen 9x10 room 21.10 ' CARLOAD SPECIAL! PURE CORK TILE J1" Thick tUq. 55e 36e S flwtr. I 4 I far , Mm iKia..'aWJ'' -aWMO 9 I I fS M Mm Rug Border 4 Yds 5 STAIR TREADS ami i r Mica Counter Top 39c Rf""' to luolaiil -J f IN ''Nrl PLASTIC Jthns-Minvilli ( C if i n tr Till j I (a II. irii" GOLD SEAL g CONGO WALL 3 ,-, at 3 loot M" k(K 1 in.iall H

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 21,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Journal Herald
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free