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May 9, 1954

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 22

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/o Report B.V Oscar OtaJgia An old favori-e of adventure fans has relumed lo station WDAF. It's Jason and (he Golden Fleece, at 8 pm Thursday The program seivcd as <i summer replacement last year and apparently has pulled the wme duty now. It ought to draw enough, lav- '. orable comments to justify a shot as a winter show. * * * Speaking of summer shows, here[ .are a couple which ought to help' keep you cool and "contented. The CBS network is inaugurating its On A-Sunday Afternoon series starting at 1 pm Sunday In eluded will be light vocal and instrumental music as well as news, weather, baseball scores and traffic reports. The same network will bring back the Your f n v i t a tion toj music program' May 16. For 22 weeks, music of i the past and I present will be played. The I Rosa first program) will feature the singing of two dramatic sopranos oC past and! present. Rosa Ponselle and Eileen! Farrell. , * * * . Guess it's safe to let the kids lislcn io (he American Broadcasting Company's Lone Ranger. It's been volert "(he best children's program in radio" by the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs. * * * JffilDT STEPPERS.'—7-Always a feature of Hpraw HnMt's sho«'are (he pretty, young girls who dance and sing throiigh the two-hour performance. Hcidt comes to Memorial Hall May 18th under Journal sponsorship. Broadway fame will be the featured guest on the Don Cornell Show Sunday at 5:45 pm over KFBL She'll sing, "Little Things Mean a Lot". * '* •*.' For sports enthusiasts, on thej Tee-Veeing , •'. By., . Grem, V. Octopoda spot coverage of fishing and hunt- ling paradises is planned this sum' The rollicking "Wonderful One- njpr by the Rod and Gun Club of hear'J over Mutual sta- So you never heard, of Hari? : You" and "Beypna The/Blue:Horizon". 'P.S. Sullivan includes in his'Sun- day list of stars an old friend of the bankers, Liber'ace. .' —j'. ..' ...•'* * * ' •: Mataj Do T-Viewers really like the dramas presented Thursday night? Do Johnson, Joanne Dru and Richard Boone, Sunday through Tuesday. "Beat Th« Devil" is a suspense thriller about a band of international crooks on the make for a rich uranium deposit. Humphrey Bogart and Jennifer Jones arc the stars. It was filmed on location in Ravello, in Southern Italy, a picturesque town overlooking the JVlediterranean Wednesday through is "Tfc« Magnetic M«««ier". Sun with Joyce Holden and Glenda day through Tuesday, "Lill" with Leslie Caron and Mel Ferrer, Companion feature is "Arena" with Gig Young and Jean Hagen. Wednesday through Fri-: day. "Untamed Breed" Tufts and Barbara with Sonny Britton and "Ghe A Girl A Break" with Marge Farrell. Wednesday and Thursday. "Roll On Texac Moon' with Hoy Rogers and "Stardust, and Sweet Sunday, May 9, 1954 Page 6—The Salina Journal Do you want to buy or sell, trade or rent? The classified sec- Music" with Jane Frazee. Friday [t 1( jh of The Journal gets results. and Saturday. IPhoni ,e 6363. Saturday. "Executive Suite"'is the Saturday night show. The and Gower late! only - Champion. Saturday I DIM » " >»" For * T«»iy Treat And -Good Thliut* To K»t: Visit Our Snack Bur cast includes a host of stars — William Holden, June Allyson, Barbara Stanwyck, Frederic March, Walter Pidgeon and others. Vogue ... - ; ;.j ; ' '>-';.: ; :''.;../':.-::; "Julius Caesar" brings to the screen one of history's .greatest WeU, she danced — "and,sjpied — they like the "Studio One" exper before the days of McCarthy, -TV, i men ts?' senate: committees and loyalty : Hoss Shay" will be the musical j, ioM „„' Sm ^ Inclu(ied on vehicle for Gordon MacRae and his guest. Lucille Norman on Thej castern a ,, d western scaboards . Railroad Hour over \VDAP at 7 pm; , Monday. * * * * * ..Or"\yould, they prefer the good old Godfrey corn? illUlia MH UWllUUViS. Aiiv.iuvfv.vt un iitt^i . , . - . ,, , . - . - * ', .- llour will be the Bahamas and both! ^spite Uus lack of piiblic.ty, shej Put your ideas in a couple ,. o£ ! --• ----- .—>—.~v (perhaps was. the No. 1 spy of the|,. entences and drQp ^ a ^ post . j first world war. -j^d care of The Journal office. ; Mata Hari is supposed to have! . ' The story of the 1st Marine Di-.igd 50,000 Frenchmen to their' The great dramatist Eugene vision's break-dut to the sea fromj dea th.. O'Neill will set. n posthumous!«« Chosin Reservoir in Korea willj she js supposeci io have beguiled! tribute over NBC stations next Sat-'be told on Marines m Review.wcr! ail)bassadors hjr , h officials and ; urctay at -1:30 pm. |ABC stations at 1:05 pm Sunday.j p , afa second }[suleMaSgf j And she iived in mystery. I i'ou'll find out more on Walter; Cronkite's "You Are There" pro-i grain this afternoon when her ar-L-, , rnct pnH triMl nrp rfv'rpated nvpr: An all-star cast, including Helen! 'Hayes. Shirley Booth, Joseph Col-L , ... ten. Francliot Tone, Aline Mac-N()t HlS will|»i/ , do the honors. The program will] TT SSlGm be presented in observance of Ihe 1!)S4 United Cerebral Palsy campaign. * * * KSAt notes: Everyone talks ahnul the wealbcr. Why slioiilrt I li e Northwestern University Ke- vicwiiig Stand he any different: Its subject at 10:30 am Sunday will be "Is Our Cll- mnte Getting Warmer?" Movie Menu HOLLYWOOD . Hi-Director Ed-; KTV1L * * * [ward Ditiytryk. noted for crimei and war dramas, is directing a | I western, "Broken Lance." Bui it'silo do with Mother's Day or not liis first. jer the German spy ever was "Siege At Red River" is the I story of a young Confederate of- don'l know what Mata Hari hasi ficer ' s . adventwes while on a sec- sion behind Union lines in lan territory. Stars are Van Midmte show Saturday will be a stage show, "Horror Strikes At Midnite", with Professor Zomby, master of the raonstsr. Royal;.., v-,.:.,. •;...•.: ^•Kansas Pacific" with; Sterling Hayden;and "Love Happy" -with the Marx-brothers. Sunday through Tuesday^ tion of Caesar, and the^'ultimate : , • : defeat of Bis murderers. 'Marlon "take Me: To. Torn" .with: Ann Brando and;, James .yason•': take Sheridan and "Girls In The tiigtit" leading Toies..'Now.showing. J ' '" "Lucky Me" is a musical comedy starring Doris JDay, Robert Cummings and Phil'Silvers. Doris plays an ambitious showgirl .who finds herself, ^stranded with a troupe of .show folk in sunny. Florida. Cummings'is a songwriter as well .as frustrated lover (the closest he eVer 'gets to-romahce is sweeping the faobby pins out of the other guys' convertibles.). Silvers, as usual, is the baggy-pants: comic; Starts Wednesday. , ; ' ! Strand "The Bigamist," as the title suggests,, unfolds ,& tragic love : triangle involving, Joan Fontaine, Ida Lupino and Edmond O'Brien. 1 -It has an ironic climax in a court- roim scene. Co-hit;is "The MSB From Cairo" with George Raft. Sunday through'.Tuesday. 1 '. ' "Hell's Half Acre" which takes its name from a tough section, of Honolulu/is the ^setting for a story of blackmail and violence. Stars are Wendell Corey, Evelyn Keyes and Elsa Lanchester. On the stage will be., five acts, featuring TV performers. There'll be a'dog'act,' juggler, dancer and a "one-girl fashion show." Wednesday only. "Riot In Cell Block 11" details a riot in a maximum security prison. A touch of authenticity is 'given because it was filmed at Foisom prison, near Sacramento, Caiif. Neville Brand stars as the kill-mad 1 convict. Co-hit is "Highway Dragnet" starring Richard Conte and Joan Bennett. Thursday for one week. AND- STARTS TONITE THEY'RE IN THE MOVIES ISJOW5 The smile-a^mihut^ love-and-laugh comedy team ..>• America's ? most uproarious couple Motiott;Picttire; Soteeii in thrilling, beautiful I and m M-G-M's hilarious comedy hit of a hectic - honeytnooti'fri a house-on-tcheels! , 81 Drive-In "The tong, Long Trailer" with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Co-hit ".Many years ago I directed an-! mother - nthcr western," says Dmytrykj But you can trust Fred Waring, whose latest film is "The Cainc the old sentimentalist, to be in- Mutiny." "This was while 1 was terested in mothers. As a matter still a film cutter, and I took the of fact, Fred gels in tributes assignment to prove 1 could direct Johann Strauss' opera, "D icja Picture. Flndermaus", is lo he the Chicago! "The picture cost $5,000!. It was Theater of (he Air production Svm-lmade on a shoestring in the days! both mothers and sons on his Sunday program. His orchestra and glee club will render numbers dedicated to Moth- day. You can hear it over KSALJ before unions. The cameraman from 9 to 10 pm. The leading sing- brought his own camera and . ing rales will be handled by sn-l earned .$60 a week. 1 took a loss! America!" IT'S, Day and Armed Forces Day. " Wher ln The %orld But In nrano Margaret Roberts and baritone Ralph Herbert. •*••*•* * * * Barbara and Margaret AVhiUrig, on the film, directing it just for the experience. As soon as it was finished the owners sold it for S10,-|daughters of the late composer, Van Heiiin »•;!! pcrtr-iy one of fto0 - making a quick 100 per centjRjchard Whiting, will sing a med(he most notorious criminals or alljP rm "' i - !<?y nf their father's hit tunes on lime in "The Last Days nf Johnj "Recently I met a theater man|"Toast of the Town". Dillmgcr" on WIBW's Suspense i from the South, and he said that! Some of Whiting's numbers are program at 7 pm Monday. • he had just bought the film to show; old favorites. Remember: "Jap* *• * in his area. It will probably showjanese Sandman", "Sleepy . Time Ctilc Killy Kallcn of band and) up on TV some day." Gal", "Honey", "One Hour With; despise you. Yet I almost wish you luck. A sharply candid motion picture about adults in our time... which only a few years ago we would not have dared to offer you. Here is proof on film that Hollywood is growing up. '"When I found out I couldn't have a child I hated you, myself — everybody." j, "It's yours, ifthat's what you mean. But I don't trap my men this way." JOAN FONTAINE-EDMOND O'BRIEN -IDA LUPINO / WANTKI* BY TWO - EDMUND GWENN STARTS SUNDAY See It From The Beginning At 1:30 4:25 - 7:20 - 10:30 n.fs VOGUE Always A Complete Show After 9:00 Starts WED.! 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