Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington on June 2, 1948 · 12
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ti .4 1;; Wed., June 2, 1918. SPOKANE 'DAILY CHRONICLE MOVIE FEATURES LOVE, COOT A story of love n d conflict, of seller novel by Russell Janney, political ideologies, "B. F.'s Daugh- starts ter," now at the Post, is a faithful, -rts t the Fox. Fred today a but not too interesting, reproduc- MacMurraY. Valli and Frank Si-lion of the novel by J. P. Marquand. natra play the leads in the story That because the book itself is not of a super press agent El d a beau-too interesting. Barbara Stanwvck has the role of liful actress. Also showing is the spoiled daughter of a million- , utur Takes Over' with Lois Collier aire, Charles Coburn, who is con-land Jerome Cowan. stantly frustrated because people, won't let her run the works. The!"ARE 1017 WITH IT?", "CAP- Iwo men in her life are Richard' TA IN 1101COTT." Hart, who has the role of a SeriOUSi A gay song-filled musical comery, minded, but poor, young aristocrat, "Are You With It ?" starring Don-and Van Hemlin, as an also poor aid O'Connor, Olga San Juan, and stubborn economist whom she Martha Stewart and Lew Parker marries. opens today at the Granada. Comrrs a drama of social conflict, pan ion feature is a British sus-temperamental clashes and emo- pense drama, "Captain Boycott," tional fireworks, but unfortunately costarring Stewart, Granger and none of it Is handled very convinc- and Kathleen Ryan, ingly. Miss &amuck I hroughoutt. the picture continues to he just Miss' 'RANGE BEYOND THE BLUE," Stanwyck; Richard hart, normally "RA') MEN OF MISSOURI." a very fine actor, never comes to A musical western, ''Range Be-life, and Van Heflin is just a stuffy, yond the Blue," with Eddie Dean, stodgy individual who has none oil Roscoe Ates and Helen Mowery, the appeal needed to win a beauti-1 heads the new bill starting today ful daughter of the rich. at the Studio. Second feature is an Keenan N,Vynn and Spring Bying-!action western, "Bad Men of Miston head the supporting cast. Isouri," with Dennis Morgan. Jane Companion feature is "Campus Wyman. Wayne Morris and ArSleuth.' B. F.. I h ur Kennedy. Radio Programs Wednesday and Thursday Crhe.5e schedules are compiled daily by the radio stations. and the Chronicle is nnt resnonalble tor errors or last-minute changes.) ed. I KHO, S90 KC. , &MA, 920 KC. 1430 KC. KGA. 1510 KC. N. B. C. C. B. S. lual A. B C. 5:00:11ands on Parade ITun e S1101, 15:Law Persorts !County Corres. 5:301Sunset Se. lCavalcade of Mus le 5:4Elmer Peterson !Reporter 6:00:Duffy's Tavern The Smint 6:15! " 6:30;Dinner Music The Whistler 6:454-lams. Happeninp! 7:001Playbouse of Fay. 7:151 7:301Jimmy Durable 001Supper Club R:151Morgan Beatty R:30!Gildersibeve PV451 9:00:Dennis r) y Your Song. Mine 91151 9:30 Mr. D. A. Illarre't of Sim" 1 I 0: OW Reporter 'Reporter 10:1Getng of Melody ISoft Lit es, Music 10:30 Penny Thought' Musical Album 10:45iAmerica united lOrrhestr" 11:00 Dance Time 11:151 11:30 11:45 " THURSDAY A. M.1 KHQ 1 KNLY 6 0019y'ske up Time !Reports 8151 !Farm for Profit 6 30:Sunrise Edition 'Clyde and Pal 8 451Auctidn Time 7 00:Frontier Melodies Reporter 7 151Rocky Star IStiorn. Medley 7 30iMoraing Stare Gospel Singer 7451Sam Hayes !Fred Beck 8 00iFred Waring !Wendy Warren 8 151 'Reporter 8SOIJack Bergh Helen Trent 84511iymn Evangelist Our Gal Sunday 9 00iRhythm Rascals Big Sister 9 151Midmorning Edition IMa Perkins 9 30IBest Buys 1Young Dr. Malone 9 45IStargaret Smith Guidin, Light 1000113ouble or Nothing Sec. Mrs. Burton 10 15! 1Perry Mason 10 30!Today's Children iNorah Drake 10 451Light of Vs'orld Evelyn Winters 11 00,Life Be Beautiful Grand Slam 11 15!Ma Perkins Rosemary 11 301Pepper Young Aunt Jenny 11 45:Right to Happiness W'oman's World Noon 1Paul Law Reporter 12:15lIni. Emp. Farmer 1Bus. of FarMinff 12:30,Loren2o Jones IDouble or Nothing 12:451Young Widr. Brown I " 1:001When Girl Marries 'Winner Take Aall 1:15,Portia Faces Life 1 1:30:Just Plain Bill !House Party 1:451Front Page Farrell i 2:00,Road of Life !Meet the Missus 2:151Joyee Jordan 1 2:30,Aunt Mary 'Art Godfrey 2:45iNora Drake . 300 Woman's Secret tHint Hunt 3:151Afternoon Edition !George Fisher 3.30!Backstage Wife IClub Fifteen 3:45:Stella Dallas 1Ed Murrow 4:00:Laura Lawton !Knox Manning 4:15IArt Baker's Note. 'Melodic Moods 4:301 1("has. Collingwd. 4:45!Muslc You Like :Bill Henry 5:00!Bands on Parade !Tune Shop 5:15:Law Reports 1Corn. Calendar 5:30Itslusic Masters 1Cavalcade Music 5:45IElmer Peterson :Reporter 6:00:Al Jolson 1Readers Digest 6:30:Jack Carson 'First NIghter 7:00:Bob Hawk 1Lowell Thomas 7:151 !Jack Smity 7:30:Eddie Cantor !Mr. Keen 800 Supper Club IFBI in Peace, War 8:15!Reports of World 1 8.30 Aldrich Family !Beulah 8 45! 1Night Editor 9 00 Burns and Alien 1Dick Eames 9 30!Noah Webster Says iCrime Photog. 10 00 Richfield Reporter !Reporter 10 15'Gems of Mein& !Stepping. Song 10 30'Penny for Thoughts Orchestra 10 45'American Legion ! 11 00:Dance Time ,HousepartY . A.M. 1 KNEW KG 4 6 00'Reports Morning Roundup 6 15,It's a KNEW Das 6.30. Strike I:p Band 6 45'Reports Farm Sys. 7.00:Frank Hemingway Breakfast Club 7.15 Rise and Shine : 7.30 Rex Stiller " 7 45,Cliff Carl 8 00 Eiddlestngs. Ballads Saddle Songs 8 15:Victor Lindlahr iMartin Agronsky 8 30,Today's Hits B kfast Hollywood 8 451Uncle Sludge I 9 00:Glenn Hardy :Halen Drake 9 15IKate Smith iTed Malone 9 30,Plastic Mod. MusiciTrye Story 9 45:Mid-Morning Mat, ! '' 10.00 Happy Gang Dotty Crocker 10 151 !Dorothy Kilgalen 10 SO-Queen for a Day !Edits Storm, 10 45 " iEthel and Albert 11 Oil 'Memories in Music 1.101mtlY Hill 11 15' iliiiist Buy, 11 30 Ozark Valley Yolks iloside si.iry 31 45 filernr. Melodies Noon i Top-Rail Time N. V'. peleasi,s 12:15 John Fahey Farm Reporter 12:30 Elbert LaSicbelle Paul 'Whiteman ' 12.45' 1:00 Heart s Desiie 1:30,KNEW S Re(1. Mat Hi ide and Groom li 4 5'Club Clicount 5:15Newsreel ,D011 lirr 5.301Capt. Midnight ,Sartori Concert 5.45!Tom Mix :FI,spitality Time 6:00'Gabriel Heater Ray Bennett 6'15'Reports Reports 6. 304ed Ryder liter) y Morgan 7:001Straight Arrow Whats My Nadia 7: 30IAII-Star Review 1Front Pate 7:45,John Wolohan s 001Glenn Hardy Wester a Jarrilmrce F:15 Fleetwood Lawton 8:30 Passing Parade Candid Microoho. 8:45 Reports 00,Nat1. H. S. Grad. Trade Winds 30'.1ohn Fahry Reports 9:45.Garwood Van Or. Ambassadnr f): no pultop Lewis Jr. Wasti. Roundup 10:15:Fishing News Bing Crosny 10:30!Al 'Wallace Or. Music' You rts rts o rts orts Here's your chance to win $25,000.00 Cash! That's the top prize of 40 offered in Pepsi-Cola's terrific"Treasure Top" Sweepstakes and Contests. It's the greatest contest ever-51 Cash Prizes each month in your state! nig Monthly National Prizes! And best of all, that big $25,000.00 Prize! For fun for cashthere's nothing like Pepsi-Cola's sensational new contest. Enter nowenter often. Every entry gets a Treasure Certificate for ihe big Family Sweepstakes Prizes! Look for the hidden design b 1 11 aisilimliallinummill.IMEnnomallinouninomommmoninlimulLinommunnommomillilmintiPlisam ILowell Thomas Jack Smith Dr. Chriatian Capit,,I Cloakroom Beulah Night Editor 'House Pal ty 111 New Shows Today "MIRACLE OF BELLS," "ARTHUR TAKES OVER" The long-awaited "Miracle of the Bells," adapted from the bestseller novel by Russell Janney, starts today a t the Fox. Fred MacMurray, Valli and Frank Sinatra play the leads in the story of a super press agent and a beautiful actress. Also showing is "Ar All-Star Dance INewsieel Capt. Midnight iTom Mix Gabriel Heater fReports Cisco Kid ' Name That song !Leave to Chia IGienn Hardy ;Fleetwo,d Lawton 1Pamting Parade iVet'S. RIV1PW iCharlie Spivak's Or. Li. Wolohan's Or. .1,ihn Fahey ,Frank Parker !Fultnn Lewis i Whispers in Night !Al Wallace Or. Reprirts 'Sty,rts Score hoard .S.teeP Serenade 'Reports 11: 00 Sports Scoreboard 11715 Sleep Serenade 11:301 11:45 Reports 12: 00 8 7 7 7 7 8 9 9 10 10 1 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 1 3 Par. Mat 'nee 'Don Miller Sartori Concert !Ht,spitallt v Time ;Ray Bennett !Reports :Mayor of Town Lone Ranger (to for House Bing Crosby Texaco Star Theater 'Mr . President I 'Reports AmbAssa dor Or. ;Plantation Pa rt v Bing Crosby 'Mule You Like Eventide Echoes CamiThell Sextet " Event hie Echoes Jazz a t Philhar. Congl est Or. KFIO, 1230 KC. Wednesday 5:00 Story lady 7:30 Voice or Army 5:15 Eyes on Ball 7:45 Sports Review 5:30 Sports Reel 8:00 Baseball 5:45 Theater tylargee 10:00 Little Show 6:00 Summary, 10:15 Star Dance 6:15 Three Suns 10:30 Music Read 'By 6:30 Music You Want 11700 Platter Parade 7:00 Capitol Dome 12:00 Weather :15 Across Footlites Thursday 45 Report 400 Pied Piper 00 Charlie Ryan 4:30 Bing Crosby 15 Bible Prophecy 4:45 Kiddie Record 30 Corn Holler 500 Story Lady 45 Here's That Man 5:15 Here's Vets. 00 Musical Clock 5:30 Sports Reel 00 Musicale 5:45 Marquee 30 Bruce Davis 6:00 Summary 30 Club Bulletin 6:15 Bob Eberly 45 Band Concert 630 Carrousel 00 Pastor 7:00 Capitol Dome 15 Johnny Betts 7:15 Gale en Labor 30 Class. Column 7:30 Guest Star 45 Reveries 7:45 Sports Review 00 Revue 8:00 Baseball 15 Claudia 10:00 Eve. Edition 30 Mid Day Fdition 10:15 Star Dance 45 Garden Talk 10:30 Music Read By 00 nee. Yours 11:00 Platter Parade 00 Penny Serenade 1200 Weather KIREM. 1340 KC. Wednesday 730 KREM. Koffee Doodlers 8:00 XREM, Koffee 430 Vocal Vitamins 8:15 Voice China 5:00 Rep:. Key Notei 8:30 Wings Healing 515 1st Assembly 8:45 Sunshine Miss. of God 9:00 Nazarene Hr. 5:30 Short Orders 9:15 Crosby Classics 5:45 Pop Parade 930 Lt. Concert 6:00 Rep.. Dinner 10:00 Rep.. Intern- Concert Hotta! 6:30 Mus. Chef 10:15 Call of Canyon 700 Rep.. On Sport 10:30 Rhythm In Scene Rhyme V 15 Home Show 10 45 Hillyald Hr. 7:30 Cavalcade of 11:00 Rep , Tommy Music Dorsey 8.00 Rep.. Concert 12:00 Rep Spotlight 9;00 Rep , Meet the on Band Band 12:15 Midday Melodies10; 00 Rep , Dance 12:30 Noon Tunes Time 1'2:45 Saddle Sr. 10:30 By Candlelight 100 Rep,, 1340 Club 11-1 Rep., Requests KWSC, 1250 1(C, Wednesday 5 p. In Club Cougar: 5:30, Sports Final: 5:45, Andy Russell Show: 6, Smiths of Hollywood; 6:30, Here's to Veterans; 6:45, Story Lady. Fireside Circle 7 p. m Mandrake: 7:12, Destiny T1 ails; 7 22, Music Corral, 7:45, EXCUrsiOns in Science. C. Concert Hall; 8 50. Reports: 9, Young W. S. C. Artists: 930, Chamber Moso rale. 10.30, Record Performance, 10:55. Repor!.a. Thursday 6: 30. Sunup Serenade: 6'55, Reports: 7. Coffee Pot Parade; 8, Reports: 8:15. Any-Thing Goes: 8:30, Sammy Kaye; 9. Listening Time: 9:30, Ellen Roberts: 9:45, Mid . 2: 00:KNEW s Reg. Mat. Ladles Ile Seater) 1 NtornIng 'Chapel: 10. Reports; 10:15, Aloha 2:30, Wei, orne TriirS Land: 10:30. It Really Happened. 10.35. 3 00:Fulton Lewis .1T. Spain i n, Chtnnin Choral Carousel: 11, Allen Prescott: I 1: 15, 3: 1Frank HemingwaY . ReflNlions, 1130. Music for Today; 12. .. 3 30 Sagebrush Ser. ' Varictime, 12:15, Farm Facts: 32: 30, Mel. 3: 4 A " oci y Way: 12:45, Reports: 1. Concert for 4700 Ada. Parade Si:. 111 liajnierIV One: 1:30, Vocal Star Time; 2, Tune , Ven4:15 Superman Terry and Pirate! ders: 230. It Really Happened: 2:35. StMel 4:30 Once Upon Time Sir Y King 1 Tune Time: 245, Seeing America: 3, Pm4 45 Hey, Mr. Motorist traits In Wax: 3'30. Look at Australia: 3 45, 5 00,All-Star Dance Par. ,Nintin,, Melodies , Keepsakes: 4, Reports; 4:15, Alvin() Rey; 5:15:Newsreel ,Don Miller 4: 30, W. S. C.-1948: 445. Eddie LA Mar: 301Capt. Midnight ,Sartort Concert. 5. Club Cougar: 30, Sports Final, 5:45, 5. 4Tom Mix :H.spitality Time Nielody a la Carte: 6, Proudly We Hall 6 30. 6: 00!Gabriel Heater !Ray Bennett W. S. C. Flying Club, 6:45, Story Lady; 7, 6'15.Renorts Reports Musir From Hollywood. In Trchni(olor JOHN WAYNELARAINE DAY "TYCOON" - 0-FT ATUR -- LLACF. BFIIRY in "ALIAS A GENTLEMAN" $25,000.00 Cash is First Prize in Family Sweepstakes Contest! Huge Family Sweepstakes Prize To Be Awarded At The Conclusion Of PepsiCola "Treasure Top" Contests! 5: OO Sacred 'Hour 30 Caval v.I WIMP i Encounter."-- B. I-I. , 5;15 Key Notes ROO Rep., Concert 1 5:30 Short Orders 9:00 Rep , Meet the 600 Rep., Dinner Band I ACTRESS SPARKLES Concert 10:00 Rep., Dance i 1 6:30 Musical Chef Time I 700 Rep., On Sport 1010 By Candlelight IN REVIEW ROLE' Scene 11-1 Rep., Requests 7:15 Songs of Times Mrs. Montgomery Smith, who Thursday gave an outstanding performance, 6i30 (REM. Knffee 2:00 Rep., 1340 Club in Sookane Civic theater's "State, 7:00 Rep. KREM, 3:00 Rep., 1340 Club 'of t; Union" last fall, revealed ad..: Roffee 4:00 Rep., In Voice 7:15 Stuart Hamb 1 len 4:15 Rhythm iditional talents last night when she 730 KREM. Koffee Doodlers entertained members of the group 8:00 IgREM, Koffee 430 Vocal Vitamins I t, Pi series WI n res of Gertrude Lawrence, 8:15 Voice China 5:00 Rep.. Key Notes with -- 8:30 Wings Healing 5;15Ist Assembly reviews. 1 8:45 Sunshine Aliss. of God The program followed a business, 8:00 Nazarene Hr. 5:30 Short Orders 9:15 Crosby Classics 5:45 POD parade meeting held at the Theater play-, 930 Lt. Concert 6;00 Rep.. Dinner house, S652 Denver. , Di 00 Rep.. Interns- Concert rir rNowti,ilint ovonlionvo vu n c - - I '40'-' 1 Re a winnerenter noir! under the cork in every Pepsi-Cola bottle top. Collect 'ern... swap 'em it's fun. Snicks Mould be complete arid accompanied bp e"Treasure Top". GET ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR STORE Bottled by: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Spokane Under appointment from Peolt-Cnis Cnmnony, P4 Y I ALLFOR FUN Ti nh ie::Aerae r ye oguirls,iethatIcth9y,, tsutnaerst lanngdtocodamyedayt the Granada. Donald O'Connor, Olga San Juan, Martha Stewart and Lew Parker head the cast. BANDBOX SCREENS WEIMARE FILE' J. AMUR RANK prittentt os BRIEF ENCOUNTER (0.,JOHNSON Imer HOWARD PRESTIGE PICTURE eieosed throuch uNIVERSAA RAY MILLAND TERESA WRIGHT "Imperfect Lady" Increased admission this engagement only. Mat. 45c. Eve. 65c, incl. tax. ---. PLUS -- Mii UNIVERSAL .S.s;i INTEVNATIONAt PFISer.t5 L'APTAIN Aptql1040A . te- -NOW- ( 1 DON A ED ) O'CONNOR OLG A' - , SAN ,I 1JAN in "ARE YOU WITH IT?" V - PLUS - "CAPTAIN BOYCOTT" I. Peet OtStae NW IMO VOIS BARBARA 1 N STAN WY CK I 0 . VAN 1 HEFLIN I $ w I Is "Ba'n F.'S so s DAUGHTER" ss I Plus "Campus Sleuth" 11 DANA ANDREVI'S In "NIGHT SONG "MOUNIAIN R urrtukt" PLUS! THE THRILLING THEY FACED THE FURY OF A TOWN CONEAMOZ KATHLEEN RYAN IN slioarrll'riald O'CONNOR Olga SAM JUAN MOTT STARTS TODAY! 2 I o Big Hits RA No. 2 "GRAPES of WRATH!' THE SENSATIONAL BESTSELLER NOVEL NOVEL , COMES TO LIFE IN A HEART THROBBING iv DRAMA OF ROMANCE I Joyous EMOTIONS 74.- All the People You Loved ... Dashing Bill Dunnigan .. The Beautiful f , ' Olga, from the ' , 1 ,st father Paul a.u.ltiumbDleear , 0 to the Hearts of the 1 '' Millions Who Read 4 , and loved the Book "ARTHUR TAKES IIIISSM JANNEY'S MIRACLE B BELLS" milltRAY:STALSINnifRA OVER" LOIS COLLIER JEROME COWAN lotolooll )4 1 K 1) I.A.C1Q. A Second Feature Thrills! Romance! gLIIWEEK' T8FRRID LOVE!. ;,1 A simple but elonuent English film is now at the Bandbox. It is called "Brief Encounter," and it is an expanded cinematic version of a one-act play, "Still Life," which Noel Coward wrote a decade or so ago. This picture can not be measured by any Hollywood yardstick. Its theme is a love affair with overtones of tragedy. But the lovers are a provincial couple, each nearing 40. And because each is married and a parent, they resolve to see One another no more and they do just that. So love does not cominpr and the lives of others are not torn out of their normal channels of affection. On that note of quiet, tender heroism, "Brief Encounter" ends. its entire length unmarred by a single false touch. Much of the action transpires in the waiting room of an English railroad station. There the lovers first met; there they part.. A train motif accentuates the pathos of their hopeless love. Weaving this theme into the climax, the heroineaftr parting for the last time from her lover dashes on to the platform to throw herself beneath the wheels of an on-rushing express. She stops at the platform's edge, her face broken in lines of grief and horror in the dim murk of the plat form. Actress "Looks" :Elg 1 Playing the lovers a re Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard. Miss Johnson looks like a woman of 38, not a lacquered heaut v off the Hollywood production mill. She is portraying a middle-class housewife 1 of limited meansand her wardrobe is what such as a woman's1 would beabout three dresses and 1 two pairs of shoes. Miss Johnson's performance outshines Howard'sand by about as1 wide a margin his outstrips most portrayals by Hollywood males. The word "memorable" is often' used loosely. It may be used in its exact sense in describing ''Brief Encounter." B. H. entertained members of the group with a series of Gertrude Lawrence, reviews. The program followed a business, meeting held at the Theater play-; house, S652 Denver. of particular excellence was Mrs. Smith's interpretation of Miss; Lawrence's autobiography, "A Star; Danced." Two others splendidly, done were from Noel Coward's. "Private Lives," and "Susan and God," by Rachel Crowthers. Mrs. Smith has a distinct flair; for comedy and made the most of the satirical bit from "Private; Lives." r . . b STARTING Tills NVEEK New Midweek Policy A New Picture Every Day Pick the Show You Like to See Today 4 (I. .; , 44 Thursday Pat O'Brien "Riff-Raff" Bette Davis "Marked Woman". Waiter 11US1011 "Dodsworth" Pat O'Brien "RIFF RAFF" Color Cartoon, News Every Day THEATRE E NENE ROAD WI JUST BEYONIMILIWOOD PRONEIV2p 4t At 8:15 and 10:30 IN TECHNICOLOR June HAVER ScuddaHoo! ScuddasHay! With 1,()N McCALLISTER ' WALTER BRENNAN - -- MUSICAL SHUR I-CARTOON 6 111407111141 TOU11.14 40, las Alm vA IN BO 3S44 Tomy 2 Blondes and a Redhead JEAN PORTER, JINNI LLOYD ALso "BUCKAROO From POWDER RIVER" CHAS. STARRETT as Durango Kid SMILEY ISURNETTE Abo AMATEUR NEM Conte and Enjoy the Fun f AT THE THEATERS FOX--"Mirarle or 1 he Bells," 12:04, 328, 6:48, 10:16; "Arthur 'fakes Over," 2:03, 5:23, 8:53. STATE--"Green Grass of Wynminc" 1:09, 4:119, 7:09, 1 0: 08; "Ralf Vast MiditiKht," 11:45, 45, 5:45, 8:47. OR V111X51"Homeeoming." 1210, 3:25, 6:40, 10: The Cobra Strikes," 2:15, 5:30, 91:45. rosT---ts. V.'s Dallahter," 1217, 3:28, 0:39, 9:50; "Campus Sleuth," 2:10, 5:21, LIBERTY"Tycoon," 1:10, 4:55, 840: "Alias a Gentleman," 1150, 3,30, 7:15, 1 GARLAND"Marked Woman," 7:12, 1030; "Riff Ralf," 8:33. BANDBON"Briel Encounter," 1:22, 4:32, 7:42, 10:52; "Imperfect Lady," 11;45, 2:55, 6:05, 9:15. sr AUTOVUE"Swamp Water," 8, 11:07; It a Joke Son," 9:55. MOTOR IN"Seudda lino, Scudda Ilay," 8:15, . 1(1:30. IRIALTO"Weleome Stranger," "Pardon Us." RITZ--"Tobacco Road," "Grapes of Wrath." RA IN 80"Two Blondes and a Redhead," "Buckaroo From Powder River." DISIIMAN "Night Song," "Mountain ii hqhm." ST11110"Range Beyond the Moe," '9ad Men of Missouri." THURSDAY OPENINGS GA RLAND"Dodsworth," Ralf ." DISIIMAN"April Showers," "floppy's Holiday." Divorce Planned HOLLYWOOD, June 2. ("PtFilm actress Martha Stewart says she plans to file suit for divorce soon from nightclub comedian Joe E. Lewis. The actress said yesterday on her return from Cincinnati that she and Lewis had been separated during much of their two years of marriage because of demands of their individual careers. 11 it r tt - EINERMIll RECITAL PLANNED BY PIANO PUPILS Bernice Gamble will present her piano pupils in a recital tomorrow evening at 7:45 at Norfolk halt, W816!-, Riverside, Students who will participate are Susan Austin, Marilyn Fox, Ronald Warnecke, Co let t a Van Damme, Valerie Blankenship, Florence Brown, Renee Smith, William Shinkal, Sharon Sleet'', Harry Penney, Bessie Stutsman, Timmie Rodgers, Sharon Rogers, Hale McPhee, Janet Sullivan, Donald Sandmire, Janet McDowell, Violet Stutsman, Boyd Bumpus, Minoru Hayashi, Roberta Irvine, Fa e Worthington, Vernon Fry, Barbara Chase, Audrey Paul, Donald Smith, Margaret Phelps and Kennet h Bain. Audition certificates and pins will be presented. GEOLOGICAL GROUP WILL SEE MOVIES Moving pictures explaining the manufacture of grinding wheels and papers for hot h industrial and lapidary work will be shown Thursday at 8 p. in., at the monthly public meeting of Columbian geological society, in t he Spokane Public museum, W2316 First. Norman Ekholm, abrasive engineer for the Norton company, will exhibit and explain wheels and papers for various uses, , . 5:23, 8:53. "' 1 GLORIA GRAHAME ATE--"Gree Grass of Wyolt mins," 1 Mid !09, 4:419. 7:09, 1 0: 011; "lia Vast - DIVORCED, WED 11:45n , 245, 5:45, 8:47. :PlitX51"Itomeeoming." 1210, 3: 25, LAS VEGAS, Nev.. June 2. (R)-- "The Cobra Strikes," 2 15 .-:---' Actress GIOlia Grahame, 21, ac,s1,--rl. V.'s Dallahier." 12:17. 3:211, (Wired a divorce decree and a 6,39, 9:50, "Campus Sleuth," 2,10, 5:21, marriage certificate all in one day. 8:32. I She divorced act or Stanley Clem- i kNADA--"Are Tau With 11',"' 12:27, . , 3:44, 7:01, 10:18; "Captain Boycott." lent,s., ner husband of three years .. , yesterday on allegations that he was so jealous of her that it interfered with her career. Shortly after, she Nvas married to film director Nicholas Ray. Joan Davis Engaged HOLLYWOOD, June 2. tti'l--Joan Davis, film and radio comedienne, is wearing an engagement ring which she describes as "so big I'll have to put my arm in a sling to wear it.' She announced t hat the seven-carat sparkler as given to her by Danny Illman, former Chicago business man. The wedding dal e has not been set. Her divorce from Writer Si Wells will become final in December. milomonoimmoommitAmmmnommagiommomm.minunieramon SOUTH AVERICA STADIRMINDED Many South American cities are ahead of Spokane In already having municipal stadiums, a Spokane -man now traveling in South America wrote the Chronicle today. Carl V. Goettel, a Spokane delegate to the recent 39th annual convention of Rotary International at Rio de Janeiro, is now touring major South American capitals. Ile wrote from Montevideo, Uruguay and expects to visit Santiago, Chile and Beunos Aires, Argentina. Recalling plans to build a stadium in Spokane, Goettal wrote that he had seen "wonderful municipal stadiums in Rio de Janeiro, Santos (Brazil) and particularly at Sao Paulo (Brazil)." Goettal noted that such American companies as General Motors, Ford, Studebaker and General Electric have big factories in Brazil, "The only restriction in Brazil to American industry is the requirement that two Brazilians be employed to each American," be said. The convention was the first in which North Americans were in the minority, Goettal wrote. There were 5700 South Americans at the convention, compared to only 1500 from all other countries. Goettal was one of the convention speakers. New Busses Added The Hil iyard-Monroe route of the Spokane City Lines carries more passengers than any other route in the city, D. W. Barrett, manager, said yesterday. For that reason the nine new 45-passenger coaches recently delivered to the company were placed in service on that line, Barratt said. 249 I-0 b I 1.) 1111VVISIDII 44.61.4ir d.tot ROSCOE AYES 1 HELEN MOWERY BOB DUNCAN PLUS PLUS r DENNIS JANE 1 MORGAthi WYMAN 4v810 MN OF MISSOURI' MIK WAYNE MORRIS ARTHUR KENNEDY CROSBVFITAlERALD 'WELCOME STRANGER' AND --- Laurel & Hardy UMW 1L Dill Gives a Preview of Washington Story Former Senator Clarence C. Dill! gave Chamber of Commerce members a preview yesterday of the story of Washington which, he said, should be provided for tourists at Grand Coulee dam. lie explained that the story, would be told with the use of a huge relief map, built on a scale, of a foot to the mile, at the top of Crown point, 2000 feet from the, dam and 700 feet above the Colum-, bia. "It must be big, it must be magnificent and it must be stupendous in the effect it will have upon the tourists," he said. 11 STATE -1 HAIN IN TECHNICOLOR 415: "GREEN GRASS regitY13CFunim iAYnissCloCM'h al sliGe lot: urn . 1 "HALF PAST minNtcarr, I mmoneor Ci 0 RENE Phone-MAIN 46.68 11,0 am anume, it CIZARe. r---------..------ "------: 1 6114011E ;11.101244 ANNE 0511T 4 8 A XTER JoHN mGimpicliture0D,1411 mr--- . . greminearaLtzlesgGScrTrecord oE 11 A 1.7h e team , t: cli :47r, W VbelfG 011171gt i 1 i A, g f crowds! ciMA sn i! aletA0 A BIG N l'AV 2,NI) IIIT! breaking 1 Nn tell-tale mark . .. bill it vlas i MOM I AEA II inn .. I N MoMkIEMWOMIIIINERESSIII ' NORTH 111)1151011AT CITY LIMITS 8:00-11:07 The greatest suspense picture ever made: "Swamp Water" With Dana Andrews Anne Baxter Walter Brennan Walter Huston and at 9:55 KENNY DELMAR (Al Senator Claghorn) in "It's a Joke, Son" Cartoon KLIAOVIErUNDERE ,IfHEISTARSJIM It's Today's News First That Gets the Readers. Fa lk - TODAY! Extra--Donald Duck Cartoon -- "Daddy Duck" 1 El.m.imit II . --'0 - Pt . .k , , .-r aletA.,0 A BIG NEW 2NI) 1111". Nn mark bill it IA its murder! "The Cobra Strikes" Vith ISHEILA RYAN LESLIE BROOKS A 1,()N McCALLISTER ' -s...-- ,J,. 1 2,:vil,, 1 .:..0.;,', 11411:93tYg If JUIrt 116) ' 1 ' 1 ' I WALTER BRENNAN Or ' , 0 MUSICAL SHUR ICA II 100!it litil Starring , ANNE hi liti 0, ; Lot J Hold l O'CONNOR Oga SAM JUAN h7 G7nr: 4 m p()Aure 2711171 JoHN , Autivipirou4 . BfigXerE AfFt. RoDcm W31018 SHARI LBW PARKER rg)---AIN B-- co . 147gener 4 PLUS! THE THRILLING .. . 'tv breakin TODAY THEY FACED THE FURY OF A TOWN CONEAMO : - 2 Blondes and , g crowds! a Redhead DM ' . r The .eam that -IVAN PORTER, ' EWAR GRANGO KATHLEEN HAMM . '41.: -,,'A': - : JECNV LLOYD ateS STEAM is aletA0 ALSO , $ , ' 11,'',,:: ' 1- ' . "BUCKAROO From (ApTAIN I mon ., ,,..i,, THRruzIG record- A i 1G NI,Av 2,NII HIT! POWDER RIVER" . I ' Nn tell-tale niar'ksi . . . Mil it las murder! CHAS. STARRETT 1.8Amillmly."....Imamamamm..... "The Cob ra Strikes" .. as Durango Kid , r SMILEY ISURNEFIE tiqrAgyilirril STARTS Vith , SHEILA RYAN LESLIE BROOKS , AMATEL R NEM TODAY! come and Enjoy the run , lb. ...n omm ... of .., , . , ,, -. . , .............. ......, ,..... .... . ....... . 0 1 f 1 r : 1 Lt." IZr II I I U. - ---.47r- Sr , IIF,C) 11F Ir 1 w . ri I; tO TODAY! tII ,,,,------ ,,. etrwlitrui SCREEN! 14fkt 4 111 THE SENSATIONAL l' ' 4 S.7) ---- - BEST-SELLER NOVEL , . ', P nur e Til i irr III A . AN A in.tunAn Bill D " -night Song," "Mountain!' ., - It hethno. ' 0 HEART THROBBING ,Orroor I? .r. , .44 STI D10"Ranae Beyond the Blue," "Dad l She announced that thA seven- ' .0 1 Men of Mimaturi." . THURSDAY DPI NINGS carat sparkler was given to her by '''.'...". DRAMA OF ROMANCE .. i ,a- IA 111,AND"Itodaworth Itia Rail " Danny Eitnan, former Chicago' t, ;i t EMOTIONS i, 1::411 't; 4 ... otmtiiiiIS"April Shoners," "Miliin'a non. business man. , .,..: l:.,.. ..l..l l.,at . 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