Independent from Long Beach, California on March 26, 1950 · Page 39
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Page 38-A THE INDEPENDENT Un » Bmth ' «="'--Sunday, ward, 26, LEILANI HUT COMPLETE $150 m HAWAIIAN m.NNKRS * up ENTERTAINMENT FEATURING DICK MclNTYRE'S TRIO NITEIY -- CLOSED TUESDAY 5:23B E. 2 N D ST.--BELMOXT SHORE--I'll. U-S523 But No Reconciliation NANCY WIRES FRANKIE NEW YORK CHICAGO TO LOS ANGELES TO LOS ANGELES Mbot-e Farci Are Return Portionl SAN FRANCISCO (Scheduled Air Line) .$9.95 PHILADELPHIA -- WASHINGTON, 0. C. PITTSBURGH -- CLEVELAND HONOLULU -- NEW ORLEANS -- DALLAS . AIL FARES PIUS TAX EAST-WEST TRAVEL SERVICE 124 W. OCEAN PH. 70-6415 Ky HARK1SON CARROLL HOLLYWOOD -- 'IN*. For his opening at the Coparabana Nightclub in New York, Frank Sinatra received a good luck telegram sisned, "Nancy." The report t h a t the crooner had pasted the wire on the mirror of his dressing room started a flurry of reconciliation rumors in Hollywood today, but · they didn't last long. , Reached in Palm Springs, Nancy : declared: Denise Darcel May Wed Texan "It \v;is just a friendly wire, that's all." According to the crooner's wife, progress is being made upon the property settlement negotiations. "We may reach an agreement within a few days," she said. Hollywood heard that if this isn't done over the weekend, Nancy may go ahead and file her suit without the agreement. There also are rumors that it may be a divorce complaint instead of the separate maintenance action originally contemplated. Heidt Seeking Talent for L Bo Broadcast Talented young people of this INIIBl PAIKINft Cory GRANT--"GUNOA DIN" Brodorlck CRAWfORD--Fronchot TONE "V1GIIANTE5" John WAYNE--"CONHICT" Iff THE TOPS IN MUSICALS DOES IT AGAIN! NEW YORK--HNS. Denise Darcel, French movie actress known ; as one of Hollywood's chief ex- j ponenls of the low-cut gown, was! _ . reported Saturday to be planning' arc a have an opportunity to audi-; marry Texas oilman Peter Crosby.' u ° n f "'' Horace Heidt who w i l l ; The New York Journal-Ameri- i "ring his musical review and radio . can reported the couple's engage- j Broadcast show to Long Reach ment is expected to be announced , A P" 1 14 : f° r h e , b ?'"- f 'l °f l"« in about 10 davs, with the mar-! under-privileged c h i l d r e n and ria K e set for about June 1. ! ^ u t h ?ctivities of the Long Reach Miss Darcel is the daughter of Kiwams Club : a P.riciTn I, -. If nrv mn n Trj'OUtS Will be held at 7:30 a Parisian bakenman. | p m M day and T u c s d a y . a t , the Masonic Temple, 835 Locust; Ave. No appointments are ncces- j sary. Auditions are open to cither j amateurs or professionals over 14 | years of age. Group acts are M m - ; ited to four people and all contestants must bring their own music and accompanist. : Of those auditioned, 15 will be' selected to go to Hollywood for studio a u d i t i o n s and from these the finalists will be chosen to appear on the program. Everybody loved "Take Me Out To The Ball Game", "In The Good Old Summertime", "The Barkleys of Broad way "and "On The Town". Now comes Jane Powell in her biggest and best show packed with "fun, romance and song! i including: "Co-Room 1 Pa Pa" "Love It Like This" / "Time And \ Tims Again" STARTS' TODAY -- OPEN 11 NOON ON OUR STAGE CRISWELL PEDICTS Edmond O'Brien D.O.A. WHIRLPOOL" Open 5:45 -- Show 6:30 Children Free with Adults QUARTER HORSE RACES VESSELS' RANCH Los Alamitos, California ' ' 5 MILES EAST OF LONG BEACH POST TIME: 1:00 P. M. "My Foolish Heart" ROY ROGERS CASH AWARD SSOOO--WED., IHURS., FRI. 3 CHANCES TO WIN AMERICA'S GREATEST ENTERTAINMENT COMING IN PERSON HORACE HEIDT AMERICA'S STAR MAKER WITH RALPH SIGWALD -- THE PEPPERETTES PIERCE KNOX BEA JAY SHEPPARD BROS. AL HIRT 20 ACTS -- 60 STARS A BRAND NEW 3-HOUR STAGE and BROADCAST SHOW AUDITORIUM-FRI. APRIL 14 MAIL ORDERS NOW: Thousand! woro furnad away lair year. Order now and bo suro of getting tlckeli. Prices: $3.60, $3.00, 52.40, $1.80, $1.20. Mall money order or check' with self-addressed, stamped envelope to Klwanis Club of Long Beach, c/o Municipal Auditorium, Long Beach, Calif. Would you like to appear on the Horacn Heidt program'.' Free tryouts Monday and Tuesday nights, March 21 and 28, at tlin Neiv Masonic Temple, 835 Locust, at 7:30 P. M. No appointment necessary. Bring your own music and accompanist. S T A R R I N G JANE POWELL · ANN SOTHERN BARRY SULLIVAN · CARMEN MIRANDA LOUIS CALHERN · SCOTTY BECKETT A ROBERT Z. LEONARD PRODUCTION HAVE MORE FUN THAN EVER ON THE NU-PIKE Directed by ROBERT Z.LEONARD Produced by JOE PASTERNAK Scieen Play by SIDNEY SHELDON · Based on a Story by JANE HALL, FREDERICK KOHNER and RALPH BLOCK An M · G · M Picture WATCH FOR FUTURE INFORMATION NEXT ATTRACTION COMING TO UNITED ARTISTS THEATRE SUN., APR. 2 D A N C TONITE CRYSTAL ROOF BALLROOM 240 W. OCEAN L All Modern Dancing FRANKIE GOULD and His Famous 10-PIece Orchestra Wtn. C. Qnuld, Manager "I

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