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I THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE-FRIDAY, NOVEISIBER 7, 1947 TwentyTwo Amusements W, V, ,t 44:0, s,tt t ' - ,' 431' 0( ' "' Alvd - Silver-Blue-Dyed Rabbit in Threesome Fur Ensemble .ir ." OmadMONOW......... , I ( ,1 . - , 4,4 t'k . Iti- I , i . 44: 't,'; ',,. ' ' ' ; :' ' ..,. i ( ,4 - .- f , ,,- '',.' . ,. - , '' 1 .".. , 4 '-' ' ' ' . I : . , ; t A: .;!. ;, - i:do) o . , - V.-' .. ,J ' ilf,; ' 1 ; , 1 - , , -. k ? , I i:',' , :".'.... ' ' i - . i tl lt,, I Vi;..:': ' 7 , , . ky A I ( i,. lett ' ' 1 1 4- '''l ' ftei, w , ,- 'o ) , 14, , - A? -,A I ,..e, --x. . .,,c4ti) fi 4, 14 .. is. . 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' 7 i::: !...' i rind it "dreamy" -; -,'t t 44,,,,4 .--;,...,,!, ,,,,,,,,:.t.,....,.,;!. 4 , ' ' ! !!..!1.- ,,, (our or ' .,-.1v .-1..f.t.t. fmals. , l' !At "; ,,..;.' ,' t 4 . 1, 1 d Th.is in silver. able-dyed rabbit. IN,44,,,K ,,k' ' ' t -4 NWikolit 'k., t '."- et and bag corn- ' 5; ::., i ;66 plus tax. . e , I to see it now it SEARS - I - 1..Y STUART e Style Scout ,f - , e 6 , $o young end gay is the new silvtrblue shade in rabbit fur, it's admirably suited to this all-occasion style. The effect is in Ole new vogue of light furs that are flattering to skin tones and skow off your Nair. For sports you'll probably just toss the coat over your shoulders. For Sunday - go - to - meeting, you'll cernptete the costume with As matching hat and bag. For evening. you'll find it "dreamy" over your formals. siesched This in silver.. be or table-dyed rabbi. Coe. hat and bag cornpleirst. $66 plus fax. Ask to see it now at SEARS SALLY STUART Globe Style Scout DOROTHY DIX SAYS: ,,,,... . .,. . ..--, .:--litsit ,,-, ., 14,,,, c.,,,, ,,.,,, ii' i i4, .,,;1 A -..,.....), .' : ',,-4.- i ,........:.:-.4:,,,,r. ,., -.., :-., . ,,,,, , ' DEAR MISS DIXI am a young married woman. My husband is good and kind to me, but he loves his mother and his family and I am so jealous of them I cannot stand it. I can't bear it when I see him kiss his mother.. I have tried in every way to break him away from his mother, but I have not been able to do Do you think I am too selfish in Wanting him; to give his family ti,p and have nothing to do with them? :le refuses to do so, be . cause he says his parents have been so good and kind, to him - that he cannot forget them entire tr. What shall I do? A MISERABLE WIFE. ANSWERIf you expect to keep your husband in love with you, ---you will have to conquer your Jealousy and learn to conduct yourself like a ratiónal human - being. If you know anFthing about human nature at all, you tnust be aware that when you ' kill your husbands respect for .you. you also stay his love. He ,can have nothing but contempt for a woman who is so mean and yelittle and self-centered as you are. -WIVES TOO MONOPOLISTIC Many wives are monopolistic 4tt-41crut their husbands and start -.-4aa soon as they are married to try -'1,3 separate them from their famiIf the man is weak and the ' is determined and shrewish, ,Abe often succeeds hi doing so, Bather than fight a perpetual bet- --tie with his wife over his family, " man gives them up. I have .,4'4''',24ItnOWn cases in which a man never went to see his old parents, riever wrote them a letter, never sent them a gift, and who was so ,estranged friim his brothers and sisters thPt he scarcely knew - 'them by sight Fs -...-..,--- - -I ,L In - - - 4 TIOATIEWO I. 1 II - , IL i - --1411111.tlark 01,Ashatada a i DANCING TONITE 1 and vet :1 Weill F s" 44 Oa A DONAHIJE - I Strib 0 Col'earteliVeiclat x ';,'k jiddakEdAP4imaftliM&MUM&maiiMI -. vkt-kIk'-----''' ,N .;:t1-q-s- i'., '1 ,,,- - 0:,:-'.-- (:, ' ( ''. ''''N -- ' --, SEAT -(,-; Aw ,,-,oti'-::.: . -- - - SALE '1,-,w,..,---$1:4:-..' .-,, --77-k , ,, e2- ,. 11 '''l - kii,,. - ' ' -:,i--'- i'-4:.:i;.;Cd, ',. ,i.' , NOVI ::.4,, 4. ' .s,'. . ti$ WI '1,,,'. 1.3'4 ',',- , ,,t:',,,.- ,, 4'1, e724k4)0,,,', ;i - k., ; , ,... t41. resents iilli, , , wa....-- , y ,., ,'k' - , I Zau4e16.,e' 1,,k 0511zze -4t, cot. v cottos , 14 W li Ng 4N7E R y 4,, n o ENRY V 5, Igiv t 1,, kit,4 spEciAl NI 4t4SAACADEMY i-Ti1:1, - - SEAT SALE NOW - WINNER W WO' UV IIP' III, IP, MP, 110, ' '' Aftc0 .4 1947 "ITENRY V" " P'' A4 SPECIAL A Igiti (1, CADEMY t'lL) ,t AVIA PDAW errtustt e Dmitri. BEG WED NOV 19th . Rooms FaeppymPat a a COVREIF ORIGINAL ROADSHOW ENGAGEMENT e , q) --2- 141 i REDVED P1pCti All SEATS RESER;t'ED . REDUC;ED - ,, ALL SEATS RESERVED t MAT. 90c -S 1.20 tax Twice Deny 2:304:30 p. 4 (84 EVE I 20-$ I .80 tgc Saha 14,54- Sat. & Stat. SI& p M y , IN VIEW OF UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND FOR TICKETS AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT ORDER YOUR TICKETS EARLY! 1 A IN VIEW OF UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND FOR TICKETS - AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT ORDER YOUR TICKETS EARLY! yKENMORI 777 BEACON ST.- KEN. 0778 777 - NIL mr 'for ," a o 777 BEACON ST.- ig;00 There Is No Excuse for a Wife's Jealousy of Her Husband's Mother The selfish wife gloated over her triumph and never seemed to realize that while tha husband ' was weak enough to let her dominate him he secretly revenged himself by hating her. That will be your fate if you keep on trying to alienate your husband from his family. There is no excuse for a wife's jealousy of tier husband's mother because the love a man has for his wife and the love he has for his mother do not clash. They are entirely different emotions. DEAR MISS DIXI have been going steady with a boy for a year and we plan to be engaged, but I am undecided about it. He is a very nice person except that he has a violent temper which he does not control. Because of his temper he cannot hold a job and be is out of work most of the time. Is it wise for me to marry him, or should I break off with him? JUST ME. ANSWERYou cannot possibly do anything that will so surely wreck your life astoto marry a man with an uncontrollable temper. There is nothing that you can do that will not rouse him to fury and cause him to mistreat you and mortify you. A man with a:violent temper that he does not control is a foredoomed failure in life because no one wants to have anything to do with him. MUSICAL GUILD CHORUS The Musical Guild Society to be directed by Monte Nelson. Rebaersais will be held every other Monday evening and there will be a fee of 75 cents to cover music costs. Communications sbould be addressed to Mr. Nelson at 70 Franklin ay., Swampscott. TICKETS FOR PINZA CONCERT Ticket are now on sale at Symphony Hall for the concert there Sunday afternoon, Dec. 14, by Ezio Pinza, famed basso cantante of the Metropolitan Opera. Twice Daily 2:30-8,:30 p. cm, &,tra Ad. Sat. 8, Sm. 5:30 P. M. Boil Offie Ai Open 10 A. M to 10 P. M. Downtown Ticiet Offic FILENE'S I JORDAN'S KEN. 0778 ra.r.rsc a 4...0". ,t," L NEW RKO BOSTON "Nightmare Alley" Stage Show By MARJORY ADAMS During a small part of "Nightmare Alley" Tyrone Power plays thezale of a carnival "geek"a besotted idividual who bites the heads off live chickens to amaze the yokels. Only the lowest creatures of the carnival world will take such a degrading Job. But one meets Mr. Power first as a handsome young man on the make for money ticl ower. Although he has a way with women he is far more interested in getting ahead than in romance for love alone. He .knows hctw to use faked emotion so that he can charm even hard-boiled sheriffs who want to arrest the "carnie" folk. And he walks over his friends and his loves to get to the top. But he forgets that a smart woman can "take" the smartest of men--which is why the "con" artis, ends up as a geek. There are three women in Stan Carlisle's lifeJoan Blonde 11, the good-natured, rather blowsy fortune-teller; Co leen Gray, the clear-eyed but not too bright wife, and Helen Walker. the girl who- is so herd and ruthless that even the 'selfish Carlisle gets his comeuppance. The story i cinating although at times a tedious account of how a scoundrel can pull the wool over the eyes of respectable and wealthy people. The young man learns how to use spiritualism to aid him in exploiting bereaved men and women and thereafter kids himself that STAGE IN TOWN COLONIALI"ST JIVES. "TIN" WEEK $:20 SAT. AT 2:20 FINAL PERFORMANCES SATURDAY mums eons 1141700PIAL CODAPANT DONM COMPANI' .. y4tiIiW'I P 1,,,.I1II -.-,IhLf' afititl Pint 0.6 aim op MCNAIR RODGERS Semi 4MS Nob se OSCAR HAAVAIRSION 241 ambobso Andon lop ROOM ALAAMMAN mu op AGNES do Wall COLONIAL-NEXT MONDAY EVES. S:80MAKS. THURS. lo SAT. CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER sralö y rolkirs46, 0 stA.de Witty n D wit DAM MANNERS DRUMM. RETUNED JUDITH FEILDWS III war owl ESTELLE WINWOOD Sleigood by UM SEATOSOkomil by JAC' IMMO PcATS MATS. $1.29 to 3.00 I INCL. NOW I EVES. $1.20 to $3.60 I TAX Aaron Richmond presents SUNS 3PI M. - OPERA HOUSE "Figaro" tickets at Opera House. Picric of a. Operas (saving) at Jordan Hail OPERA Gti 01;1;9! Vier :tort: r SYMPHONY HALL AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT No TeL or Mall Orders Only Boston Concert by Sensational nalian Tenor of the Metropolitan Opera SUN. AFT. NOV. 16 TAGLORUIRIO MARIAN ANDERSON Sun. Aft. Nov.30 EZIO P1NZA Sun. Aft. Dec. 14 Next Thurs. Eve.--Tickets JORDAN HALL The Notable Chamber-Music Event of the Year Griller Quartet 'ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING FILMS OF 19411" ...LOOK AMUSEMENTS UPTOWN AT MATgsA. E i Burt Lancaster4vonno De Carlo "BRUTE FORCE': 1 JON HALL-MARGARET LINDSAY "THE VIGILANTES RETURN" MEM& 31EITER KIN --I 7061 1 taxstuxula, v , THE TAWNY 04, Bernard Mita Rosamund3ohnNiall Ma GI an 13 THE MAIL TRAIN 60111DOW WARKEVALASTAIII IIM VOW VI cf,cocayM11,27;1; Atteravff i SEA uprtioNo DEVILS ti ItiÈ iiliiiiiti,;a4 .-. SETTE DAVISMUMPHKEY SOGAR ' 'MARKED WOMAN" 41011fN GlifilEW' I UST Bk 0'1:1E001 (T11111115111.UX) MIMI Alan Liidd "THE BLACK CAT" Bela turosi "SLACK FRIDAY" oplaiiloulmvuo. HAWAll-2-Joe Mc Dashes Cruise the West News Digest Figaro cIñ Witbem l .s. rea , I. ; wt- 1 ittemunT ONE OF Be) THE tIOST H ris,E R .4t, "A. 4. . .1301 ST: 'um , , .g, e'l DIREBCTED VP EXCITING Y JOHN FOSID - , .. Remember these s. Rums ov (Ii n :1:;': '4' ws, , John Ford Directed Hits - r- - THE INFORMER" " tu9sie 1 11Wc N;; ' A S t 11,1k. , 111 Y VALLEY" - Ve ACADEMY AWARD a415. q111 1 0017, 7, :HGPICTURES RVIAPER OF WRATH GREE N WA:1 "" , , ,,szx - STATE & TUESDAY 4 , AT LOESN'S ORPHEUM 1 nov.11.01, 1 -1'' Dim -fl , 3 ,he 4-4,E1 - AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS 4"0540-- Al WATS SOMETHING to EIRTEVU a 1;z1; 14121 sTERLINO UPTOWN AT T6sANATz. iras 'kJ B -se,ote U ! ra la 'wham ot sus. 1'24 :45-7 :15-1v Burt Lancaster4vonno DeCario .1 WARD GEORGIA SOTHERN i , -HOLLAWAY wyr "BRUTE FORCE': Max Furman Sherry Excels . , 1111 PAtit ite Stow fridav ma. DennisonConim Ten :mtNC 4If 'I, A t T (ea r DONALD DUCK JON HALL-MARGARET LINDSAY I 1 30 Gowns GirlsCad el 601 r 1 le"; " VIGILANT ES RETURN" I NEXT "L-414 Cortez AI Rio Frank Silk TALKING HE I A41-7 , EXTRA HOL. EVE MIDNIGHT DR IGHT SHOW Moo., Nov. 10 , me lk it n Pk All CS MAGPIES iret , otti ItaI08311 optrvs- No Betted at 12-2:30-1410 12611. -2;30-7;LS-10 914110 s- , MERRIE Arso AN 1:0 11 ISM OA Neel 141atifit Sm." )"Aa BURIES!! , dirlichweeta. 1601 AR . lommortt.set , IRIAN OMANI. 1VINNIE GARRETT-42n4 RIO WEEKV kpom - ,mExicAN nEsTA ILL !II fl4111.11) MITZIEEDDIE INNES--sUE LANIER OPP MIONITE SHOW NON. RITE. NOV. 10 "'"It NEXT 111011.., HELENE LOVETT-CHAS. ROBINSON R. .WHITF ANANoWHARloollIkAtANNEOACAR ANDINOtestrd NEWS FILM , "Nightmare Ally," by Jules Furth-- ream Based on a r ovel by Wilham Lindsay Gresham. Directed by Edmund Goulding. 20th Century-Fog film. The cast: Stan Carlisle Tyrone Power Zeena Joan Blondell Molly Coleen Gray Lilith Helen Walker Grindle TaYlor Holm Bruno Mike Mazurki Pete Ian Keith Mrs, Peabody Julia Dean Hoatley James Flavin Tyrone rower Joan Blondell Coleen GraY Helen Walker Taylor Holm Mike Mazurki Ian Keith abody Julia Dean James Flavin his job is docent and almost a benefit to suffering mankind. Edmund Goulding directed the picture, which is at times savagely realistic and at others bordering on the mystic. To many film-goers "Nightmare Alley" will be too unpleasant in subject to please as entertainment. However. the acting is first rate. although the photography is too murky for a clear idpa of what is going on. The stage show is tops this week it's short to make up for the 61- most two-hour picture but it's quick-paced and gay every second. Larry Green has one of the best bands this reviewer has heard at the RK0 Boston for monthsand the program reaches.the height ot !entertainment value when Larry 'himself is at the piano with "CarioI ca," "Civilization," "Rhapsody in 'Blue" and a clever medley. Don Grady is a likeable and excellent vocalist; Kaye Ballard sings 1 STAGE IN TOWN WILBUR MUIR EVIS. une Tn."1. AND 8:30 mat. rum yr THURS. "Enanm.Ingz. gnteng.r., dramnim" ---E-g(r (Tray.) WENE bt strztacz A METCAR ivAmeDESIRE damp Pk. tor TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, Vorocoset. ELIA KAZAN OPERA HOUSE well:: MATS.nvimi:.6 Li "Fresh, Beguiling, W Melodious Score." (Amer.) ROUrF RS end HAMMERSTEI present Seats Now et Opera Ho., 9:30 to 930 & Wilbur Then.. 10 a. in. to 6. EVES. SHUBERT 8,30 Mat. Tom'w CA0115.50 PLYMOUTH "'se 100 Mat. Tom'w T HAuNRos. "A BEAUTIFUL LOVE STORY"NmInts (Post) 6itglitlfit4itim tin; ostart4 UMW IFITIM '1,STIVENSSIRAIGHT r'llYMPHONIF HALL---COM. 1492"n I TODAY 2:30-TOWW 8:30 I Boston Symphony ORCHESTRA SERGE KOUSSEYITZKYMusic Director SoloistMyra HessPianist Tonicht 1 Sat. Eve.. 8:30Tributary Theatre 61PIACBETIV Staged by Eliot Duval, New England Mutual Hall Tel. Reg. Kea. 3324 .60, .90, 1.20, 180 COP. 0377 AMERICAN pitrvtiERE IL G. Mart arthy'a Abbey Theatre Canard,' "THE WHIP HAND" RY the Fire Saciety of Boston at N. E. MUTUAL HALL Wed.. Nov. 12 $1.20 and $1.80 Phone Asp. 7966 i , .. --: ,.,,,,,;,., , osi---k.1,-,0z-, PLYMOUTH 7.3Eso. Mat. ToM P aNn W T II' uis. I 1,a Universal-International In Association With - 4 "A BEAUTIFUL LOVE STORY"Nottne (east) The Fairbanks Company Inc. Presents tyoRLD mAH1A moNIE '" 7,, .PREMtERE relogivittittZeten4 So Steel, 0 so, Aliéoeloces . ... ,, , . WO DICKINSON ' , , NM OUTIMI i ill '1,STIVENS.SIRAIGHT ' ibis. P CHO . ----1:7 'i'', ,:'fi:s.' SYMPHONY HALLCOM. 1492""'w 4.4 HENRI OANIEll , s,., , k "'" , TODAY 2:30TOM'W 8:30 Boston Symphony ORCHESTRA SERGE KOUSSEYITZKYMusic Director SoloistMyra HessPianist ,k L NISEI BRUCE HOBERT tOOTE ,ot , ,, ,,, lk . i soft. f s' :,: . ' 'x Ps -'". , ' ,,, ,. . , . ,,,i e., , Z . . - . ' ,2 . - . e4 or . -,,-y, 0 4k. 0 - , . , - , 't , , ...., ,,:, '':- !' 4 '''','''''. ' ( !.;....1; ;'"' - ,,,, ', :: ' ' Ottl f LA, . .r..... ..... .. , 40,:;: e-5 ,f, ,' 4,u2.1: N,...:: Tonloht A Sat. Eve.. It3 oi 0 l Tributary Thaa;ta 1 leo ligeilillet le, iithit I Staged by Eliot Duvey Thr TL IWTITITI, New Enaland Mutual Hall Tel. Beg. Ken. 3324 , ' Lie g&f eifA,;5t00 AMUSEMENTS !ALWAYS SOMETHING DOING 9 A. N. to 11 P. M i F114,811m99,9.49P8,981JALESOUE at 12-2:45-8:30 n ,THE OLDS' nOWARD BURLESQUE at 12-245-830 Sats. 124:45-7:15-10 P. M. GEORGIA SOTHERN 1 - Max Furman Sherry Emetic Minite show Nay ma. DennisonCowry Ryan 1 30 Weems SlrlsCad at 601 NEXT MON.Rita Cortez At Frank Silk I EXTRA HOL. EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW Mon., Nov. 101 OS NO Boded at 12-230-1410 $t Is. 12-2;30-7;LS40 wirvor---stesutwifka'ra BURIES!! Malan SHOWAtitber 1010moorStitat egoy54 IHNNIE GARRETT-42nd BIG WEEK) MITZIE--,-EDDIE INNENSUE LAMER NEXT HELENE LOVETT-CHAS. ROBINSON MIONITE SHOW NON. MITE. NOV. 10 EKEN ...-. 7067 , .. : ,...!:::1-10 wotl: ,,,:::,!-,-", , :.:.,.. .. :.:'.- 04 - - ,,,,.- , - - - :-, Nt . . 4140". : .. ' .. i 0 s :-E..to ili, 4 .:. .:, A I,-,.;4-- - i 4, itzk; ft ', ' . , , f: :-' iltiiIrepat: ,A.,tx11- 1(0 i. zoALLio,:tly ,4 . : i 4:Arc,, . ' , ,..,,...,..A:. 'zy,,...,,,, ,:, ' ' , -2,s,0-1.4,-.- ,..,-, - '':-,- 1 ( v..4 'iiift....' ''IAIN4..i..4 t (( .':::.. '1.''' ''''..,..''s''. '': : 8, ' ...' 7 ':','''''''xi'i . -tefr,p,. 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THEATRE ' -. .,: , ,E),31 II ,,,e,, 4, , . p Amy ; 0 News 1:' 0 WASH I NGTON at STUART ST. --- ------- .:::::: ! - 4'. , .,4,7. cars . , oh..,.W,WS15Z2 , City s Oldest Male Chorus, Apollo Club, in 77th Year Boston's oldest male chorus, the Apollo Club, has begun its 77th season under the leadership of Nicolas Slonimsky, well-known musicologist, composer, pianist and conductor. Concerts have been given in Groton Town Hall and Memorial Auditorium in Lowell, where nearly 3000 persons were present. The club also is booked for appearances in the Taunton High School, Mechanics Hall in Worcester, the Town Hall at Arlington, the University Club of Boston, and the First Baptist Church in Arlington. Rehearsals are held every Tuesday evening at 7 in Ainsley Hall. 48 Boylston Ft. There are still a few vacancies in the first tenor, section, and two or three low bass voices are desired. Auditions may b..! arranged by writing to the secretary. Prof. Charles W. French. 48 Boylston st, Boston 16. 1 sophisticated, naughty and wholty 1 delightful songs: Nip Nelson does I'impressions' with far more imagination than most performers of this type possess. Johnny Coy's last' 'dance is a honeyit's different. in-1 1 genious, intricate and spectacular. AMUSEMENTS ge7ii,STATEt:OLIPHAM Doors oven Cullom 9 :15 Stale 1115 (7.; I f4 With PERrY WARAM SPRING BYINGTON RON RANDELL vitts Penny Singleton ILONDIE THE DOLAN" PUBLIC , .401 FREE INSPECI1ON TOM'W - BOSTON COMMON 11:00 A. M. to 4.30 P. M. GIANT REPLICA OF MGM's CLIPPER SHIP 'GREEN DOLPHIN STREET' loEmmam Universal-International In Association With The Fairbanks Company Inc. Presents ' MARIA MONE os, Alip-oolves CE.,11f ler rt,dirOFPW, HENRI OANIEll NISEI BRUCE ROBERT COOT tV71" ottel ( 411' tx- ,;,i,',4140",1641, Irk ,!.,' ,..-i. ''s,,,t,,, ... , .!:en04.17 til,A A,C0 i ,$,,, iw It; ..4e,":;,, 4TOff x )$ 3', - ,,,:, i :' . 4;!i? -11,4:,,,,::-ft, ,,,', p 1 0 -," vIttie e: '',f,14 .,-s..-k,kiv.(:--,'!-i;;;;'',' io, L r': i. :; le': ' "- ',;,; '''''f-,... L. 4 , , ' ', !, 14;14,0,,t, ,-::',:',- ,-, ,,: - oc turd Written arni Produced by DOUGLAS FAMIANKS,;:-.".".....'"' Ditedti by MAX PULS A UNIIIISAL-INIIINAIIONAL STARTS TUESDAY THE MIIMMMEIIMMIMMI , , 4 THE ..tortfult- lig Etti Pt" fil ILI oket- 91:11Ij TEIB THEATRE TO GIVE CHRISTMAS SEASON PLATS Doston's Tributary heatre will offer several special children's productions during the Christmas season in New England Mutual Hall. Eliot Duvey's dramatization of Dickens' "Christmas Carol" N'ill be given two performances on Dec. 20, in the morning at 10:30 and the afternoon at 2:30. Estelle Ritchie's pew drwratization of "Pinocchio" via be given on the morning and afternoon of Dec. 27, again at 10:30 and 2:30. TELEPIX BILL Hawaii and her potentialities as the 49th state are edscribed in a new feature on the Telepix screen program. Short subjects, news and sports reels, cartoons and comedies complete the program, AMUSEMENTS 11 A'aear itralIONA9' I RIDE THE PINE HORSE Vaitaleduert:e , INVISIBLE 0 VI 't 0! KO BOSTO 11 1 1 AllitibelyiER I 111611170RE IE AILEY s mfAeRsoe LAniii I Elia Ell .nd h. ORCHESTRA HAS THE BEST SHOWS The DYNAMO e the DANC JOHNNY COY NIP KAYE BALLARD NELSON 1YORLD PREWERE t,.k ....r!,:tr,..!!:Z.;; : ...,1, 000 , ..... dokuweoeoeo.10;a. -s,r DI P---- RECTED ) BY a OHS F0111) rRemember these John Ford Directed Hits lir"TNE INFORMER" "GRAPES OF WRATH" "NOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" kCAMPATRLiWARD !: OS S STERLING ROLLAWAY BOHAI DUCK TALKING MAGPIES MERRIE MELOME ''71CliFle001 WA$H.ST. OPP R.N.WHITF BEGINS I Fl N "Az in mutz ,OUGLAS 'WANKS, Jr. A UNIIIISAL-INIIINAIIONAL PRIZE ,;'t E. en g tiff": w 14 AMUSEMENTS mtPreale M EiTiR PR M It RO 13 I irfiVNIIII ,e3 Itto ROM 02 ELIMT7f REX HARRISON MAUREEN 0111111 Pies: NICIES JAE AO" PARAMOUNTATEENWAYA I AllE siigd FOREVER AMBER - ?x). TECHrICOLOR 'vA"OLYM ANIPSONLIAY D-ERIY "LIFE I ALLSTON-BRIGHTON i Capitol 1:30 7:45 'Alan LaddO. tomoor 1 ,,vi11.0 HARVEST" ,Vint. ElIinH.y. esisten ItiVONI INS" Circle 110 730 M. O'BrienK. Stalk 'glaciated Dante" I. andialtF. Gifford "Attalla Mit ALLSTON Allston 4541-0 743 5 GLOBE ADS PAY BEST 1 V. Mattirs.O. Denim "Ohs et Death" Gee. firentJ. Mendell ,"Cotoss Cams C.O.D." ARLINGTON-WALTHAM Capitol V141-6 EMBASSY EM Wet. BASSY 3840 etre Crosby lane Iterates'', "Welcome Stranger" "Teo Mary Wieners" , Win. roweII.Myrna Loy "SONG OF THIN MAN" Fran. TontA. Richard t "LOST HONEYMOON" BRIGHTON-NEWTON EGYPTIAN US Paramount ;;44; B. Slanvovek-0. him, "THE OTHER LOVE" Randolph Stott "GUNFIGHTERS" Deanna DerbinJohn "SOMETHING IN THE WIND" "SON OF RUSTY" 1 CAMBRIDGE CENTRAL Gant IRO. 7900 141 , R. CrnAvIi. Fitniorald ; 'WELCOME STRANGER' R. Reaument-T, Marsheli 'TOO MANY WINNERS' HARVARD 145 K I IL 4663 7:45 Clark GableDob. Kerr 'The Hveksters" Andres kineit. Dentine "Shadow if a Woman" CHELSEA CHE. a 7:30 1:45 CHE. 1861 Olympi BROADWAY 2770 Deanna Darniii--Samo O. Mt Colts-G, Madison thins in the Wind" "Tlit tho End et Time" In Coiot Win. iloyd-Goo. Tobias "Thondarbolt", "Toiton Trill" DORCHESTER RCODMAN TA4I F ANKLINI:015 1:30-7:45 130-7t45 I 2 RE-RELEASER Joke l.difl.L Murotty Wm. Holden"TEXAS" "ARM AFFAIR' & "ARIZONA" "WYOMING" STRAND V17.0rn 45 Moo Credo tarry Eltiotrati 'WELCOME STRANGER' 'Ion MAIO" FIELDS tat. 3200 1 :417:30 gado loon PHI Itok, "Goldwyn f oltios" (Color) Saks "hail. Book" (sofa) Moo Credo I tarry Flinterairt ' 'WELCOME STRANGER' .'11110 MANY WINNERS' DORCHESTER-HYDE PARK Nyd.1234 UPHAMS eTeAnit-.12:3co' Fairmo.,5,30.:745 , B. Lancaster-V. De Carle Margaret O'Brien E. Rains--"Brote Fords" i "Unfinished Dance" Jane Withers I Sohn Modish "Affairs el 6.raIdIM" I "Armin Alta 1:141 , SUBURBAN ; iARLINGTON-CHARLESTOWN REGENT THOMPSON SQ. WIDlom 'WHIR "THE WEB" "UNDER TONTO RIM" Go,',IwIII Awards ''Wonder Who's Hissing Mir Nose. Jens Haver and rnteon's Advert! aro" BACK BAY -BELMONT :STRAND CON. 4000 1 Dennis KW. Margarita Chapman ,"Mr. District Attorney" "Spook Oysters" STRAND OIL 1706 leen Pinta Ino oility9 Patric( Knowles II Phi Pat Oirktm "RIFF NM" ' BACK BAY "INIG WM IMP' THE urrur MGM i OF THE WOODEN CROSS i "SUPERS t14110 ACM'S WHO CAN MISS SMS AMEALS.HWOSIM SOUP WWII,' 091fim. gi'fi ores.. INMAN MUSICAL 6in4lleilikommidorminoWANIIEN BROOKLINE COOLIDGE CORNER SEA. 8800 "R"E "SON OF FURY" GENE POWER TIERNEY Continuous tress 1 P. M. AlsoW. Baxter "PRMONER. OF SHARK ISLAND" BROOKLINE Continuous 1 P.M. IN TECHNICOLORBETTY GRABLE 1 I "MOTHER WORE TIGHTS" Shown 240-6:05-9:30 I "Devil's Playground"linpalong Cassidy" Balurany IdalinsoCartoonsSorial 1 BRAINTREE-SO. WEYMOUTH I Me' BRIIINTREPCAMEO Robt. Young-S. Hayward Hedy tinware They Won't Believe Me' "DISHONORED LADY' Peo Cummins-V. Mature Eddie Oratken--"FUN 1 "Moss Nose" ON A WEEK-END" CAMBRIDGE IF1117 Children's MovieSat., 10 A. At Ges Autry"TRAIL. TO SAN ANTONE" "SEA HOUND," No. 5 1 i DORCHESTER !ADAMS lack Privates Como Nome' Abbott and Costello My Brother Talks to Norms' i GEN. 20130 Ratak tonkinsPotor tawlord t DORCHESTER Gen. 9100 Bing Crosby "HERE COME THE WAVES" 1 Batty Hutton . DeaglasMAGNIFICENT POGUE" ky HAMILTON THEATRE Gin. 8780 , Nelson Eddy "NORTHWEST OUTPOST" lion. Massey Paul Carapheit.'SPOPT OF KINGS" MAGNET THEATRE GEN. 2200 Lew Ayres "THE UNFAITHFUL" Ann Sheridan Also "YANKEE FAKIR" EVERETT 1 CAPITOL 2:00 7 :45 Roht. Young-S. Hayward ' "They Won't Miley, Ms" Joan Burnett "Wolnan on ths ittlAt" PARK PARK EVE. 3311 D Morn-lanoWymal "CHEYENNE" Jock Curios "t&VE & LIM" GLOBE ADS PA?. BEST RIALTO 2130 G too Gary Cooper "THE WESTERNER" Laurel & Hardy "FLYING DEUCES" LYNN RONALD COLMAN "PRISONER OF ZENOA'P "ADV. OF TOM SAWYER" LEXINGTON LEXINGTON THEATRE '6'1'a "DEAR RUTH" William Holden and "MICHIGAN KID" MALDEN GRANADA MYSTIC R. HayworthL. pans Big Miracle Show in Technic lee Hit "THINGS TO COME" i,f.pivim TO EARTH" "MAN WHO COULD 1 'KEEPER it the SEES' WORK MIRACLES" I A 9.0.111:1 RID MbLPTEWcY.O o IEt Donlon-Y. DeCario gsther Williams ISONG OF in "FIESTA" SCHEHERAZADE" Color Ella Rolnes-011EVIEB' "Milllo's Ologhtor" I spook SCOW'S" I "RIFF AFF's ' ALIN 'it!.IIil , BACK BAY 111101 AR 131) KENMEIR Ewe KEN0778 0.113diSFAR11' utW' eolNIGN THE LITTLE aTII0m ritot last. 200. Ise. 8:15 Multi. Nat 144k Sal- St , 81, O THE WOODEN CROSS "Sums t14110 ACM'S WHO CAN SONG SOU I MEDFORD ma MMAIS...WCWINf P ViSOLV oolizta trAIMMUS INMAN MUSICAL -- "GONE WITH I saaaaloll Sot? 17101 MEDFORD SQUARE COOL TYRONI POWE1 'AlsoV BROO "Del BRA) I I, u.. Iv - . t. tv 3,.,10 .071 Trit,tg. G .4 0 - Children's MovieSat.. 10 A. M. 1 toserjelbeIttp.4.1,NNWA1041thirrit I, A trAW PEN St tFli i ' Mit 1..-... Immomommonomon AMUSEMENTS mum GIME t17: --4 ORO DUMMER Hum Plow( LAUREN "DARK 1 PLUS! "WHEN A !ART BACA!. PASSAGE" I WRVS BEAUTIRA" WITH FATHER" TEDIA0Log JAMAICA PLAIN JAMAICA END. 4" 1:30-7:45 EGIESTON"D "" 1:30-7:45 Margaret Dirk!, "UNFINISHED DANCE" Ga. MartitlY-). i40,11ak .ARNIte MAIN" 2 Tectimienter Nits Ilttoto 4 INeCarthv "GOLDWYN FOLLIFN" Ibbw,11tINGI I OOK' MATTAPAN ORIENTAL 1 diturt tioti:B7gM1 ORIENTAL g , I am Ow Wreak, 'WELCOME STRANGER"". ILUI:igt113 Hugh Cre,11, g .45.815 gnomon? 'TOO MANY WINNERS' NATICK COLONIAL 1:45-7:45 MICK 1700 MarNret "UNFINISHED DANCE" cad ,. "1"" "THE LONG NIGHT,' Vtneent Fend Pete NEEDHAM-WEST NEWTON NrE. 1820 Paramount West Newton ;,4"6 Cory GrantMyrna LorShirlot Torsitt "THE BACHELOR & BOBBY BOXER" Warner BexterNency Daund Ore "IWILLERSON CASE" ' ROSLINDALE .03.615 12r;d B :10 So45 RIALTO BELLEVUE 745 Aerostat etie Softy Greet "UNFINISHED DANCE" "COMFY ISLAND" Go M Murphy "NOLL ON, "PANEL WAIN" TEXAS MOON" IF:r4o5m t461).3" tO. RI V Oil 11131:41 ROXN DUDLEY Brian Donley, Hold Over "KISS OF DEATH" CrosbyFitzooralt Chas. Stattott"WEET 'WELCOME STRANGER' OF DOOGE CITY" 'TOO AVANT WINNERS' ROXIE 1A1.13.47(5) WARREN NIG.9017 I :304:45 Deanna Derbln"Somaii Ratty Grab.' thins in tho Wand" "NOW Wore TWA" William Elliott Oslo Evans "Wyoming" "The Tompooter" SOMERVILLE n't CAPITOL BALL SELM rt,":1. "MOTHER WORE TIGHTS" CaIu M? "SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE" V16ro CENTRAL 4eSTRANOgs1,0 boas CrawtordV. Natio Irbt. Yillaa-.-"TOIV "POSSESSED" WON'T BELIEVE NE" Sutra aemalasi. Craig Steve Stadia "LITTLE M. JIM" ''OESPERATE. GLOBE ADVERTISEMENTS PAY BEST 1 THEATRES MALDEN(Cont.) STri4P406 -406 ORPHEUIP1 In Tottinicoint--"i'VE Loot therm, "Wel ALWAYS LOVED YOU" OHO (WEL NSIL Fat O'Brisn "LIghtoloc I b I Dig. 0111FILIAFF0 Woo's Doti Orford " MATTAPAN list. 2:00. Eve. 8:25 Adults. Nat 741, Egg. 11120 MEDiORD I:4 MEDFORD SQUARE 1,49 EA, Ra ndol got? ONE WITH "GUN FIGHTERve II WIND" Mao Biondsil mile Pates I 'CORPSE CANE 9.', MEDFORD-MELROSE 7 130 "GONE WITH THE WIND" Reggie' Pates &I FE1LSWAY-N BM MELROSE MEL 0300 1 Lliabeth Stott Susan Hayward . hilly Hodiak Loo Newman "DIME 'glow" -SMASNUP's "CHILD Or DIVORCE" "MICHIGAN KID REVERE i90 REVEREBOULEVARD 110006MAVOSIIII Nal& "HOW GREEN IS MY VALLEY" QUINCY-SOMERVILLE AMR L.A. OMEN 4869 Guff Garson-R. MItche "DESIRE NV S. Erwin "MUER DILL" Glry C0000 oTNE WESTERNER" "SONS OF DESERT" Sat. Nat Cartoons. Serial SHREWSBURY 1 sem ammull1 Por Yol 9 Pasta MALI Rum del(111Pdi zo-wr 41ecc TOM 11E4L. A Divt i DETOUR., lltall MN fAVAGE r6050 cAvrooN mews coT 'fig bubStrill- ItAm01 , COPTIIL an' tott- caret An emAntst fol. SAUGUS 1 IPPON" Num jOwN WOOMIC imam& GLAD I Oet! 1911400,1 , Melc., ems' SPOOt BefiS -A, IP P... ,a,e. , - COW rtOsm gatOtorT. Oh. , COOvilogyft ,4)141-01Mit Kp V. AMU el100 SOMERVILLE TEEL EIS ftiOMTRYILLEIRORDWAV "Ghost of Mrs. Moir" also "Blind Soot" "Tho "Unfaithful" aka 0111Ind Sat" "Calcutta" 1 arts 1 selind Spot. i SOUTH BOSTON I Arturo do Cordova 3 Doran Start i ''NEW ORLEANS' "VARIETY GIRL 1 OA EransW. Dim las INK toaery-A, Savoys "TRESPASSER" "JUNGLE WONT" 1 I i WINCHESTER-WA TERTOWN L , WINCHESTER COOLIDGE I Nat. 2Eves. 60 Coat. Joan OrsafordV. Hotta ''TRAIL STREET' 'Pospoprod" 1 Randolph Scott Pros. foster-G. Peril ! "ARIUS IRISH MOH" "King of Wild Hymn" WINCHESTER Mat. 2Eves. 60 Coot 'TRAIL STREET" Randolph Scott "ARIUS IRISH ROW WATERTOWN WATERTOWN THEATRE s"""T"" "SEA OF GRASS" Katharins Nophore Ned Sparks"NAWAN CALLS" i WEYMOUTH 134,9 c,,,,(84g,,. 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