The Daily Advertiser from Lafayette, Louisiana on November 9, 1952 · 24
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The Daily Advertiser from Lafayette, Louisiana · 24

Lafayette, Louisiana
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Sunday, November 9, 1952
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v , i I 11 i ' t I ! ) i on Saturday, Nov. 22, at 8:30 p.m. in the Blackham coliseum. I Tickets for the concert are being sold daily, except Sunday, between : the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon,! and 1 to 4 p.m. in the business office in Martin hall, on the Southwestern Louisiana Institute campus. Those desiring to buy tickets may park in the No Park" area in iront of Martin hall. Miss MacDonald was already established as one of Hollywoods ,, tn m in brightest stars when she first Jeanette MacDonald, well-known launched her successful concert ca- to millions through her appearan-jreer. She made her operatic de-ces in opera, concert, motion pic-. but in 1944 with Ezio Pinza in tures, radio, television, and or i re- j Mteaand hi's si nee beeKrd cords, will be heard in concert here ; in opera both in the United States i and Canada. Two seasons aga with her husband. Gene Raymond, the soprano starred in Moinars The Guardsman in a number of American cities. In addition to her radio appearances and her best - selling RCA Victor recordings. Miss MacDonald has recently become familiar to audiences through still another medium, television. She made her Tv debut on the Firestone Hour in 1950 and has since scored on such programs as Ed Sullivans Toast of r- Whlppersnappers TONIGHT AT 7:00 '7 Love You Again" Starring Lee Bowman and Coleen Gray Presented By SPENCER BUSINESS COLLEGE ICLFY DIAL 1420 the Town, All Star Revue and the Ken Murray show. ! Her appearance at Southwestern is under the sponsorship of the SLI committee on lectures and concerts. Iberia Benefit Dance Planned by Mt. Carmel NEW IBERIA, Nov. 9 Tickets may still be obtained for the Mt. Carmel convent benefit dance to be held Nov. 21 in the Sugar Cane Festival building, it was announced today. Cap Hebert, well - known area musician and exponent of Dixieland music, will direct the orign-al Louisiana six - man band. Band members include Desides 1 Hebert. Milton Hebert, Lucien Lan-jdry, Noah Hebert, Lloyd Hebert, Lloyd Gonsoulin, Alief Girouard, and Paul Neilson. Anyone wishing tickets may contact Mrs. Lawrence Simon or Mrs. i Louie Cyr. When dining out with a friend or the family, you will enjoy our excellent food, served with genuine hospitality and care. CHOICE K. C. STEAKS -SEAFOODS K0A CA HOME OF CHOICE FOODS West Main St. New Iberia PHONE 9155 Larabees Agentine Whip act, a featured spot in the West Bro-- thers circus, will play with the circus when it comes to Black-ham Coliseum Nov. 18. Circus Performers To Ignore Weather In Blackham Shows The circus is coming to Lafa yette soon, and, for once, the weather wont make any difference, according to the Lafayette Disabled American Veterans organization which is sponsoring the event. Circus - goers will watch the traditional spectacles "under the solid roof of Blackham Coliseum rather than the old big-top so familiar to circus fans. But the big top will be the only missing feature, according to the veterans. The West Brothers indoor circus will show its entire perform ance in the coliseum Nov. 18, On the bill for the circus are comedy jugglers, slack wire acts, balancing artists, dogs, monkeys, ponies and other animals including ! Baby Marie, a 2,000-pound elephant. ! In addition to the comedians and clowns with the show is the featured act, the Argentine Whip Act. Disabled American Veterans, 907 Lee Ave., Lafayette, are handling i advanced ticket sales for the show and a DAV spokesman said a huge attendance is expected. Hollywood Potpourri 'Canned' Laughter Is Problem for TV By Erskine Johnson NEA Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD - NEA) - Laughs and where they should come from are the big question marks now that comedy telefilms are moving into the big TV-time. George Burns and Gracie Allen, and Amos n Andy film their programs in the privacy of sound stages, then add. audience laughter,! to the sound track at special theater showings. I Love Lucy and Eve Ardens Our Miss Brooks are filmed with an audience peeking over the cameras while the stars perform, and the laughs are mixedonto the soHnd track along with the dialog. My theory is that if its funny Ill laugh and I dont need howls of an unseen audience bursting into my living room to convince me that Lucille or Gracie or Eve are hilarious people. Hollywood has been filming comedies for years without canned laughter. Laughs never made an unfunny comedy funny. But Im all .wrong, says ace cameraman Karl Freund, A.S.C., who handles the cameras on Lucy and Miss Brooks. Karl says: An audience on the set while we are filming our shows keys up the cast. Its like benzedrine to them. They can feel the audiences pulse and if people dont laugh they fight harder to make the lines funny. Ive never seen a keyed-up movie star in 45 years. Thats why comedy performances on TV are funnier than in any movie youve seen. Knife and Fork Club To Hear Historian Belva Morrell, who has been in theatre, radio and television since 1919. Others in the cast are Mary Watson, summer theatre player, Vernon Hayes, who appeared here last year in Darkness at Noon, and i41v, lt.v .Gloria Jones, who has played in tival has scheduled Jennv Kissed I summer stock with Judy Holliday, scncduiea jenny Kisscaiz Pitts llona Massey and oth- Me, as its first presentation of the season. with season tickets who have house guests, Mrs. Tobin said. Other productions scheduled for the festival are Glad Tiding?, a comedy, to be presented Jan. .30, and The Fledermaus, a musical comedy version of the opera, set for April 11. At Eskimo dinners, guests are required by etiquette to carry the Barbara Stanwyck hasnt objected yet, so Cy Howard, creator of My Friend Irma, is going ahead with plans to produce a TV series for Gloria Grahame titled Miss Ruby Stevens. Thats Barbaras real name. Nick Stuard, a movie king back in the 30s and the former husband of Sue Carol, will be starred in a series titled The Adventures of Newsreel Nick. -ft 'to ' 1- I & v -r- . -f" s r l ;1 a i v .-3 .4 'o: $ He'll Be Proud Of You, If You Treat Him To NOW! Curb Service BARBEQUE K. C. STEAKS CLOSED RIBS BEEF FRIDAYS PORK You Can't Miss Pleasing With These! ! All-Woman Cast :ls Set for Show At Iberia School j NEW IBERIA, Nov. 5 Mrs. Willie Mae Derouen, principal of Coteau school in the fifth ward, announced the title of the all - women amateur show as Just For : Tonight. The show will be present-led in the parish hall of Our Lady of Prompt Succor, Nov. 12 at !8 p.m. i The show will have a cast of 41 women, some great-grandmothers, some grandmothers and some who are granddaughters, as well as members of the faculty, who will sing, dance, and play musical instruments and take part in i several skits. Mrs. Derouen, is producer, director and author of the entire show. The theme of the show is a meeting of the women held in reference to be kind to husbands week and the club is gathered to discuss the society of the prevention of cruelty to husbands, said, Mrs. Derouen. Taking part in the dances such as the polka, can can, and others will be women of all ages, who certainly have entered into the swing of things, the producers said. Rehearsals are held for the show at the homes of the members of the cast. It is the first time that a production of such size has been undertaken by the Coteau school, and the ladies are having a great time, Mrs. Derouen said. Dress rehearsal will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The public is invited to attend the show Nov. 12. The Stu Erwin - June Collyer show, Trouble With Father, is being dubbed in Italian for shov'-ings in Italy. But South American TV stations nixed the show for an eye - popping reason. Said the south - of - the - border video boys: Our country wouldnt like it because' the wife dominates the husband and usually ha3 the upper hand. In our country man dominates woman. Lafayette to Hear Ferrer, Russell On Theatre Guild J. ALBA COMEAUX, Owner Maurice Road Phone 4-1811 Theatre Guild Program In Tribute,fo Education Ii'iioW rtirMl i VJUEH VCD In a salute to American Education Week, the U. S. Steel Hour Broadcast for today will feature a brief talk by Dr. William G. Carr, executive secretary of the National Education association. Dr Carr will be introduced to the listening audience by U. S. Steels radio re-! porter, George Hicks, i The tribute to American Educa 1 tion week will be heard during the Theatre Guild on the Air dramatic presentation of Magnificent Obsession, starring Rosalind Rus-I sell and Vel Ferrer, via the NBC KVOL network at 7:30 p.m. Members of the Lafayette Knife and Fork club will hear a discussion on Backstairs of History Nov. 13, when the guest speaker will be Cameron Ralston (above), former chairman and executive - secretary of the Committee of One Hundred which was said to be instrumental in curbing the activities of the late Al Capone. Ralston is a former college professor, author and platform speaker. The lecture will start at 7:30 p.m., according to Joseph Piccione, president of the Knife and Fork club. Born in Paisley, Scotland, Ralston came to America while a young man in 1914. After serving in the A. E. F. he worked at mining and other trades before entering college. After being graduated he served a term on the faculty of Washington and Jefferson college. For a number of years he served as director of public forums for the United States Department of Agriculture. Dr. John W. Studebaker, former United States Commissioner said of Ralston, He is a lyna-mic speaker and a man of great vision. I No tickets will be sold at the leftover food to show that they en- The Broadway comedy will be door except in the case of persons joyed the meal. staged Nov. 14 in the Lafayette j High school auditorium at 8 n.m., 1 according to Mrs. J. A. T o h i n. chairman of the festival sponsored annually by the Womans club. The story concerns a Catholic nriest with the problem of disposing of an unwelcome guests at his rectory. He attempts the solution by trying to marry-off the gucst-an 18-year-old girl to his handyman. But then he discover the girl is in love with an inspector of schools who happens to be visiting the rectory. In an effort to marry the girl to someone, the priest tries to transform her from a drab little orphan into a fascinating woman of the world with dubious success. Eventually, a solution is found, and the play ends happily I for all. In the cast are Arthur Edwards, 1 44-year veteran of the theatre, who has played on Broadway with George M. Cohan, Ralph Bellamy, Fay Bainter, Bela Lugosi and many others: Gilbert Reade, who has played in several Broadway shows, BENEFIT DANCE JUDICE HIGH GYM Ridge, La. Sunday, Nov. 9 8 P. M. Until. . . Music by HECTOR DUHON and his Band HIGH SCHOOL FAIR -TODAY- Starting Today at 9:00 A.M. Games Amusements Fun For All TURKEY DINNER-11 A.M.-2:00 P.M. and SMORGASBORD SUPPER Served From 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. . Under Personal Supervision of MRS. EDWIN BUTCHER Joan Fontaine to Marry SANTA MONICA, CAlif. (JV-Movie actress Joan Fontaine and Producer Collier Hudson Young will be married next Wednesday in the little town of Saratoga, Calif., where her mother. Mrs. Lilliam Fontaine, lives. The couple obtained the license here yesterday. She gave her age as 35 and Young said he is 44. Miss Fontaine, sister of Olivia de Havilland, formerly was married to actor Brian Aherne and producer William Dozer. Young is the former husband of Ida Lupino. After the ceremony the cquplt wpill go to Chicago, where Young is to be best man at the wedding of his brother, - Gen. William Young. Rosalind Russell returns to the l J. S. Steel Hour Sunday, Nov. 9, to co-star with Mel Ferrre in the tense drama, Magnificent Obsession, to be broadcast via KVOL in Lafayette on the NBC network at 7:30 p.m. CST. The Theatre Guild on the Air adaptation of Lloyd Douglas novel will have Miss Russell in the role of Helen Hudson, an attractive widow who builds up an intense dislike for the youth she believes is responsible for her husbands death. Miss Russells performance in a dramatic portrayal is in sharp contrast to the more numerous comic characterizations that have earned queen of sophisicated comedy. A few of her previous screen hits have been My Sister Eileen and The Velvet Touch. As Robert Merrick, the irresponsible youth, Ferrer brings the versatility that marked his rise to success, as actor, producer, direc tor and writer. He will be recalled for his film appearances in Lost Boundaries, The Brave Bulls and Scaramouche. As the radio offering for Sunday, Nov. 16, U. S. Steel will bring Tal lulah Bankhead to her first appearance on The Theatre Guild on the Air. Miss Bankhead' will have the starring role in the uproarious comedy, All About Eve. The mo tion picture version of All About Eve, with Bette Davis as the leading lady, received an Academy Award. In seven miles the Niagara River falls 315 feet which includes Niagara Falls and a series of ra-jids. WELLS! WELLS! WELLS! ORSON WELLS! "THE PRIVATE LIVES OF HARRY LIME" Sun. Nile 6:30 P.M. KVOL Presented by SPENCER BUSINESS COLLEGE, Lafayette rJj.WTUAL SUNDAY i Sunday Serenade i Nawa Sunday Saranada I Sunday Saranada i Haadlina Nawa l Sunday Serenade 'Back to God Bibly Class I Protestant "a. Pom. Frank and Ernest i Sunday Serenade Sunday Saranada I Headline News i Sunday Saranada I Honor Roll of Hits 12:00 Haadlina Nawa , . 12:15 News tn Franck 1 12:30 Luncheon Serenade 1:00 Wade O. Martin Jr. 1:30 Ten Pin Talk 1:45 Headline Nawa 1:50 Interlude ! 2:00 Favorites of Famous 2:30 Crime Fighters 3:00 Lutheran Hour 3:30 Mathew Bell 3:55 Headline News 4:00The Shadow 4:30True Datactiva S:00Nick Carter S:2SCecil Brown Com. 5:30 Boundary Club 5:00 Pater Salem 5:30 Bright Star 7:00MGM The. of Air 7:30MGM The. of All S:00Tweniy Quaattona S:30John J. Anthony t:00 Oklahoma Symphony Orch. 10:00 News 10:15 Local Nawa 10:20 Interlude 10:30 Ava Marla Hour 11:00 Dance Orchestra 11:30 Dance Orchestra U:55Nightcap Edition MONDAY I Farm favorites i News Morning Call News Frencb Farm Nawa Morning Call Doc Guidry i Interlude i Newa i Tune for Tots Gabriel Heater I Morning Melodies 5:30 Catholic Pgm. 8:45 Personality Time 9:00'Cecil Brown 915 Music Box 9:30 Morning Devotional 9:45 Hymns all churches 10-001. adles Fair 10:25 Nawa 10:30Queen For A Day 1:00 Musical Roundup 11:15 Baukhage Talking 11:25 Mac at Record Rack 12:00 Noon Newscast 12:15 Local Nawa 12:20 Jax "Pick the Winner" 12:45 Nawa Survey 12:50 News In French 1:00 Matinee Melodies 1:25 Haadlina News 1:30 Paula Stone 1:45 Music 1:55 Headline Newa 2:00 Mast your Nslgh. 2:30 Meat your Neigh. KVOL 1130 KKoeycles 1000 Warn AM a.m-12: 1000 Wefts Nights FM 9 p.m.-19: teles Program :90 pm. . G MARTIN ELANS PRIVATE EYE Follows the clues and solves another intriguing case, presented by United States Tobacco Co . Tonight at 3 :30 KVOL dial 1330 Our Service Designed For Your Pleasure You'll be thrilled with the high standard of our service our good food charming atmosphere designed to please. Dine here soon! SPECIALTIES: Broiled Flounder Stuffed Flounder Filet Broiled Red Snapper Fried Catfish Steaks DON'S SEAFOOD AND STEAK . HOUSE 301 E. Vermilion Phone 8-35S1 37 SERVING DAILY 8 AM Saturday to 8 AM Sunday OPEN Broiled Flounder Baby Red Snappers Stuffed Crabs 8 A.M. TILL Other Kinds of Seafoods Fried Chicken Gr Steaks SUNDAY SPECIALS Smothered and Baked Chicken Pork Roast Meat Ball Spaghetti VERMILION Saafood Restaurant Breaux Bridge Hi-way PHONE 5-4269 KVOL Lafayette KANE New Iberia Today a Program 6:44 Sign On 6:45 Organairea 7:00 Nawa NBC 7:05 Scoreboard 7:10 Pipea of Melody 7:15 Spiritualiats 7:30 Christian Brotherhood 7:45 Christian Brotherhood News .. . Sunday Morning Mood Sunday Morning Mood Sunday Morning Mood Sunday Morning Mood Sunday Morning Mood 8:00 Newa 8:15 Assembly of Christ 8:30 Assembly of God Down Melody Lane Down Melody Lane Miracles of Faith Miraclas of Faith 5:00 SLI Chapet 9:15 SLI Chapel 9:30 SLI Chapel 9:45 Newa NBC Echoes of Zion Echoes of Zion Stars for Defensa Sarenada in Blue Sunday Dinner CHOICE OF Shrimp Remoulade Creole Gumbo Shrimp Cocktail Chilled Fruit Juice Fresh Vegetable Soup Oyster Cocktail ENTREE Stuffed Breast of Baby Veal, Rica Dressing Braised Loin Steak, mushroom sauce 1. 85 Roast Young Western Turkey, Cornbread Dressing 1.95 Individual Broiled Lake Trout, Caper sauce 1.85 Chicken Saute Clemeneou ...... 1.95 Brioled Pork Steak, Pineapple Sauce 1 .75 CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Snowflake Potatoes Buttered Asparagus Tipi Candied Yams Baby Lima Beans CHOICE OF SALAD Waldorf Salad or Tossed Green Salad CHOICE OF DESSERT Spiced Apple Caka Chocolate Sundaa DRINK 10:15 Town and Country Saranada Frank and Er'ie 10:30 Town and Country Saranada Dixie Four Qrt" 10:45 Muaic In Education D.vol and Orch. 11:00 Church Service 11:15 Church Service 11:30 Church Service 11:45 Church Service 11:50 Interlude Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Services Services Services Services Services 12:00 News Summary 12:15 Music by Martin 12:30 Guy Lombardo Show 12:45 Guy Lombardo Show 1:00 French Newa 1:15 This is LSU 1:30 Amer. Forum of Air 1:45 Amer. Forum of Air Here'e to Veteran's Here's to Veteran's Amendments U. S. Marine Band Bandstand USA Bandatand USA Lights On Dixie Four Quartet 2:00 Catholic Hour NBC 2:15 Catholic Hour NBC 1:30 Gn Line Bob Considine 2:45 United Nation Pgm. 3:00 The Chase NBC 3:15 The Chase NBC 3:30 Martin Kane NBC 3:45 Martin Kane NBC Top tunes w.ih Trend. Top tunes with Trend. NBC Crime Fightere Crime Fighters Under Arreat Under Arreat . Private Files of M. B. Private Files of M. B. 4:00 Hollywood Star Playhouse 4:15 Hollywood Star Playhouse 4:30 Counterspy NBC 4:45 Counterspy NBC ' Fresh Cherry Cobbler Sherbet Coffee or Tea 5:00 Lei George Do It 5:15 Let George Do I 5;30 Juvenile Jury NBC 5:45 Juvenile Jury NBC 6:00 Meet your Match NBC 6:15 Meet your Match NBC 8:30 Live of Harry Lime 6:45 Lives of Harry Lima 7:00 Harris and Faya NBC 7:15 Harris and Fay NBC f:30 Theatre Guild NBC 7:45 Theatre Guild NBC 8:00 Theatre Guild NBC :1S Theatre Guild NBC 4:30 Dragnet NBC 8:45 Dragnet NBC The Shadow The Shadow True Detective True Detective I was a Communist I was a Communist Tefch Club Tech Club Peter Salem Peter Salem Cuy Lombardo Show Guy Lombardo Show Nick Carter Nick Carter Enchanted Hour Enchanted Hour S. Levin Opera Con. S. Levin Opera Con. J. J. Anthony Hour J. J. Anthony Hour S. Levin Opera Con. S. Levin Opera Con. KVOL Lafayatta . KANE New Iberia Mutual Itpadcasting Syt&B f p.m.l 109 1140 KHoayah KANE i 8:00 Barrie Craig NBC 8:15 Barrie Craig NBC 8:30 Meet the Prase 9:45 Meet the Press 10:00 News Summary 10:15 Guest Star Time 10:30 Paris Star Time 10;45 Paris Star Time New ibena This la Frae Europe This is Free Europe ! Little Symphonies 1 Little Symphonies f Sam Hayes Nawa Rlvivaltimo Sports Final U. S. Savings Bond Rlvtraltlme Rivlralllme 11:00 11:05 11:15 11:30 11:45 11:55 12:00 12:01 Nawa NBC Danes Orch. . Dgnca Orch. Danca Orch. Dance Orch. Newa NBC Weather snort Sign Off Sign Off Monday's Program 5:55 Sign On Nawa 4:00 Bright and Early 9:05 Bright and .rly 6:15 Bright and Early 6:30 Bright and Early 6:35 Bright and Early 6:45 REA Roundup Rhythm Ranch County Aganl County Agant News Alarm Clock Club Alarm Clock Club 7:00 World News Roundup NBC 7:05 World Ntws Roundup NBC 7:15 Happy Fate 7;30 Nawi-Franeh and English 7:45 Fillup With Billups Show 8:00 Kid's Corner 8:15 Mornino Devotional 1:30 Victor Llndlahr NBC 8:45 Brighter Day NBC 4:00 Blue Barron Orch. 9:15 Helen Forrest 9:30 Wondarland of Vision 1 :S4 fl.l... Malodlae Si55 Borden Headllnee News Alarm Clock Club Alarm Clock Club Sports Nawa Kiddis's Korney Robert Hurlelgh Open House Open House Open House Cecil Brown Methodist Devotional Take A Number Take A Number Take A Number Take A Number 10:0C Strike It Rich NBC 10:25 Strik I Rich NbC 10:30 Bob end Ray NBC 10:45 Dial Dsva Carroway NBC 11:00 Sammy Kaye 11:15 Tony Marlin 11:30 Ag. Chat 11:45 Bayou Buckaroo 12:00 Eddy Arnold Show 12:05 Ridara tn Purple Sage 12:1 j Nionlime Newa 12-2 Interlude 12:30 Merrill Mueller NBC 12:45 Diamond Dinner Bell 1:00 French News 1:15 Red Chain Roundup 1:30 SLI Radio Work Shop 1:45 News Ladlta Fair Ladias Fair Nawa Queen For A Day Queen For A Day Curt Massey Time Showtime Jan Barbor Show Raisin Cana Luncheon Melodies Luncheon Meiodioa Newa La. Farm News Csdrie Foalar Happy Fata Say It with Muaid Say tt with Muaid Paula Stone Pgm. Songe by Peggy Lee Songs by Paggy Lee 2;00 Life Can Be Beautiful NBC J. B. Gambling Club 2:15 Musical interluda J. B. Gambling Club 2:25 Nawa Summary J. B. Gambling Club 2:30 Pepper Young NBC J. B. Gambling Club 2:45 Right to Happinese NBC J. B. Gambling Club 3:0b Crossroads lam bore Jim's Juka Box 3:1.' Crossroads lamboree Jim's Juke Box 3:24 Crossroads tamborae Jim's Juke Box 3:30 Keynotes by Carle Jim's Juka Box 4:45 Woman ir My House NBC Jim's Juke Box 4:00 Dr Paul NBC Jim's Juke Box I I 4 r-

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