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Whing-Ding to Fete BY J. DORSET CALL AG H AX Frew Free Slff St, ritee It just isn't true that Bill Finzel and his band met Cadillac when the French nobleman pulled hi canoe up the banks of tha Savoyard River. But he's been in almost avery-thing since then well, anyhow, since 1900. And at the same time,, he's managed to loop tha world several times between here and Tashmoo. For Bill, still capable of mustering a band leader's strut at 72, waa playing the boats way back when omnibuses wera drawn by spanking teams from the Rus-aell House to the foot of Gris-wold. In a half-century he has become as much a part of Detroit as Old Mariners Church, and seemingly about as indestructible. OX APRIL 14. Detroiters young and old. including some who learned about romance to Bill's orchestral music, will meet to do Bill honor with a civic luncheon at the Harmonic Club. The Harmonic, by the way, wa the acene of Bill's first triumph and the springboard lnt the hand business for the Flnrel Brothers. It was back in 1P02." Bill recall. "Mr. Adolf Rpckmifr, who ran a fur store on Miami (now Broadway), decided to have a big celebration of his 25th wedding anniversary. "I got the job because tha Reckmiers were close friends of my parents, so it put me right on the spot." BILL GOT OFF the spot and Into a professional career as band leader by stopping the show with his program. "I had GrtnneU's get me a score called 'Songs of the Fatherland. which consisted of a medley of 25 or ao old folk son p. An soon i the music started, the crowd stood up and sang. They kept on inging for 35 minutes and I in." BUI recalls that he and his brother played the first dance music in the dark in Detroit. "We fixed up a specialty program as a tryout for a job on the Tashmoo," he said. "It included a song my brother wrote, called 'It's the Same Moon . Shining, which required a lighted full moon for effects. When the lights went down it was a sensation." THE TASintOO people were Interested, but wanted to be sure in January that Bill's cortibo would still be in existence in June when the boat season opened. "They made me put up a certified check for $125 as a guarantee of good faith," Bill explained. "Gosh, I didn't even know what a certified check was. "Talk about your Torch Fund drives' It took the seven members of the band two weeks to raise the $125, but we finally made it." THE BAXD played its first trip on Friday, June 13, 1902, and kept at it till the old pleasure boat sank June 19, 1936. That first contract was a dilly. It called for 7 hours a day for 7 days a week for 7 men. The pay was a grand total of $116 a week for the group, including the Iraiier. And the contract was "net." That is, the men were required to buy their own meals out of their average $16 a week. "The last similar contract I signed," Bill said, "called for S hours a day maximum at $112 a week for each man." MEANTIME. Bill and Irs orchestras found time to play the big society events. Engagements included weddings and debuts for the Fords, Algers, Seybums, Dodges and for many of their children. NORTHWOOD INNi WOODWARI AT 11H MILE RU. NOW IPEN M.T FOR SPECIAL PARTir.S AND 4NQCETW. AHUM MUDATIO.VS I P TO A Farklnf FMlHtift for SOt Cars PkM JartiD 4-668S m llMtm l-iffl AL EAST JEFFERSON at BEACONSFIELO Crosse Point Park VA 2-41 18 FINE FOODS Old Fashiontd Read House Dinntrs Excellent Cocktails Good Assortment of LIQUORS & RARE WINES Luncheons 11 a.m. till 3 p.m. Dinner 5 p.m. till 12 Midnight Late Supper 12 to 2 a.m. Sunday Dinneri 12 Noon till 2 a.m. vt (omTfom i m mm mm mm mm mm it f m m mm mm I IOWLINS PARTY Ne Doer -mmmimmmummmmmmm-- m, I Membership In Bill's orchestras included many a big name in Detroit and national affairs. Among them have been Ted FioRito, tha nationally known 1 r mtfi -. ... - w ' ; - ; .:;-?-.: " ... f . . t - . t - tf ' . I - - - 1 V-' "s MMgMMlMMMWHWMaVMaiMMtf'A MAMHMMMHMiMM4MttMMkMnMMB.HMMMHflMkiMIMBMMNMMMHMS VKTKRAX BAND LEADLK BILL FINZFIL IX HOLLYWOOD Husband's Film Delays Vacation for Bette Davis BY HEDDA HOPPER HOLLYWOOD We asked Bette Davis if she planned to go East for the summer, and she said that depended on whether Gary Merrill did a picture. The answer is he will. He's to co-star with Joanne Dru in "The Problem of Love." originally called "How High Is Up." It's the story of a wealthy manufacturer who places his son in a nursery school after his wife divorces him. Then he falls in love with the head of the school, played by Joanne. Complications arise when his e x - w i f e demands either the child or all of his money. GENE AUTRV, after looking at hundreds of photographs and testing a score of girls for the "Annie Oakley" television series, decided the property was too valuable to star a newcomer in it. So he's signed Gail Davis for the part. She's a former Texas beauty contest winner who's played opposite such movie cowpunchera a Roy Rogers, Monte Hale, Rocky Lane and Autry hlmoelf. We just learned that the idea of doing a musical with Francis, the mule, was Donald O'Conner's own. He wanted Francis to meet Bonzo and have the mule teach the chimpanzee ventriloquism; and he would take them on a vaudeville tour. Sounds like a situation good for many laughs. 1 TEARING THAT Clifton Webb was up for a musical version of "The Man Who Came to Dinner," we called his mother to check. "Never heard of it," she said. "But if I had known my son was going to do John Philip Sousa on the screen, I'd have taken a look at the man instead of concentrating on horses. "When my husband and I used to go to the races at Brighton Beach, Sousa played there with his band. But I'm afraid we didn't pay much attention to the music." Sh ow ADAMS "Quo Ta1!." 10:25 a i " . 4:15. 7:in. 1U:U P. m. IO 'Re-d Skies of Montjma." 12:61. 4. "I T!l. 10:C1 D m MICHIGAN "Snow Whit and the SeTfn Darfs." l i:4'J. :i-.:7. 7:10. li:U7 p. m. "The Treasure of Lost Canyon," 11:17 a. m.. ::!;. 5:47. 9:02 p. m. M DISON "The Greatest Show nn Earth." 11 a. m.. 4:47. 7:35. 10 ! i t tn. PALM "The Bir Trees." 11 a. an.. 4:o'.". 7-48. 10:44 p m T:i.F:EHS ;w. anc abort aublecta from 9 a m. in II t. m. IMTKD ARTIST "Somethtnr to Utr For." 11 a. ra.. 2. 5. 8. II p. m. TONY FERNANDEZ Co hast Sinttnc Staur BARRETT BROS. Windaor'o Favorltea BILLY FRAYE, m.c. The Modera PaiUaeei SUE WILLIAMS K telle Uaarer ARDIS MAE Jane Stewart Models rtiarge Before 9 p. m. eirept Sat. a San. T?7 Ageless Bill Finzel popular pianist and band leader; Rudy Wiedolf, the aax man who played with Major Bowes' old Family Hour on radio; Ralph Jewell, Detroit lawyer Yvonne De Carlo, who's always wanted to be a singer though Hollywood never gave her the opportunity, is making her first records in New York an album with Frankie Laine. Robert Merrill and his bride Roberta Peters will leave for a ten weeks honeymoon in Europe following the completion of her film at 20th. One item on their itinerary is being present for the opening of the Salzburg Music Festival in July. CA RITA HA V WORTH CINEMA Cnlamhtaft t t Wnodward , Midnitt Show Sat., Seats Reserved Sparkfina Entrtainmnt by s The AL CONTE Trio 0 . Delicious Food Service With Charm Luncheoni Dinners Support '. Famous fop SMORGASBORD :. Sundays from 5:30. Park heraton K SHOTEt 'Jiz NOW JB AN JOHMUlaTV FOR S7CS rS7W -XV 1 Time 1 -'JM pniic j aTNT'T jJTNf T rmrmr Tyi a. 1 I JJ laiajaW m j "asal; I I , XW. aamsal MSmwtal fl Held Over 3rd Week H 1 J I EDDY JEROME H I jn Arthur l.odfrejr Winner tj j JOE CONTI m Hullwood ( omrdy Favorite M jPSyAJ RALPH BARI H; 0 opening II Bis Trumpet and Orrhe,tr H' Wf L ' ' U rat I ifl J TfllJIfiUTF & X I H CACTCD CikT)AV U fi C R Sd C . . H w.ui viivnf n ..... rf- U CAUII V TBBATt IHt k ''1 C VoSv I H romp"" Klnner, fr..m t 't Noon H I Com.diail" , I 11 ! N Moderate Prices K , i, i SL ppl YOUHGMAH 2 LOUNGE j S ril 0 H PHONE TU 2-3883 Q g J i jtalaW Frora:BoilBB flar let fMwRtaa !Mr fX MARTU1 1HM KtMTIBV M SlV irNw V-j AL BLANK 8ERNIC MILLES V. I aTVSTIi U .-TrtT" 11 12 LINDSAY SAPPHIRES AI W IrryiUgjW L,Jll-T7lTt1k with RUDY NOEL PJ I I a aeaeTtlOB P ARTIES BASQUETS VI I mm ri a I a cunu laB O w rn' toPPd for fond. 0 tin B jnWWTJ mm y cntertaJtunent and aerrice. Call WL Km AN" OANUSG lf V Lee Taylor. fl If I " SEVEN NIGHTS A WEEK Ij M f f I LEE CARON Comedy M.C. I t&A"u & fPT7c1 I GENE MAYER I LTVTT04--i V I 'm.:: T;xnrdUrinEinj i II a M w I . Ofo 1 d til W I LEE WHITNEY I C1m ?lhtfVLa 1 IFF W1ITFRS nRfiMFSTRi who still playa an occasional trumpet with the Scandinavian Symphony, and Dr. Mark Yea-ger, who played a fine fiddle while learning his profession. i OF COURSE, no Finzel story would be complete without the Tiger angle, for he will make his 50th annual trip to the flagpole when the season opens April 15 at Briggs Stadium. "It was a brave sight years ago when the Russell House omnibuses carried the Tigers in uniform out to old Bennett Tark, with the band strutting ahead," Bill remembers. "By the time we would get there, most of the 4.000 fans would be in line ' behind us, whooping it up all the way." Yes, Detroit has changed since Bill was a kid, back in the '80 s on McGinnis Street, but Bill has kept step with it. His friends promise to give him a real, old-fashioned rouser of a party, come April 14. 3 rtrt I TOM MONTGOMERY tXfJJLi' AT THE ORGAN PLAYING DISNEY SONGFESTI BalT At 6nn Rim Wootfwirt MAMMOTH KEDWQODS! KAMMTH A5YVOM! starring KIRK DOUGLAS W 9 W anMMaBBBpaMBn NBf-' Richard CARLSON -Grata GYNT WHISPERW6 SMITH SCOTLAND YARD NOW! Dr OfJBR i0 4l A. M. . .. Betty HUTTCN James STEWART Comet WILDE Chariton HESTON Aid i Cast I IhMJJlJS SPleaae fee Movie directory ADAMS BRASS RAIL featuring THE BOBBY STEVENSON TRIO I ' ' Robert Louis Sttvenitm "THE TREASURE OF LOST CA.NY0X" a tn T. R II JLiMlkaa - - II III II T I, L.I" lit I II fAMOUS tUrl CUHNLD Bttf" I d ::: 1 II nnnrr 1 i mm ij i Li 11 1 u ii i . -sm i km IADAMSI lIK PEN 10 M. MASONIC tat.. jr. 12. S30 . AUDITORIUM) S'tM' WM1 I FLAME SHOW BAR i Midwest's Beostiful Black and Tor PRESENTING CONTINUOUS SHOW NIGHTLY The Sensational Queen of the Keyboard ILYILILETTIE APPEARED AT CARNEGIE HALL AND PALLADIUM, LONDON RASTUS MURRAY, cm... HUGE ALL-STAR SUPPORTING CAST NO COVER NO MINIMUM NO DOOR CHARGE 4264 JOHN R at Canfield Phont TE 1-2210 IMORKIS WAt.SER.MAN. Yoor Ho.tl TODAY'S PROGRAM AT YOUR FAVORITE THEATER See in HIP bmsd Firms Park W0 1-S5I4I AUArflO Raatrt Tiyltr-Daamk Kwr la 0U VA0IS" l Teliiiltolr vltk Lt la-trttr ilitin-Mrlln lrtl mulDtl Mack at St. Jean VA J-8I95 AUMInAL 9ttn 3 a. DarU Dty-Danny Tki. "I'll SE YOU IK NY 0HE4MS." "IHt RAGING TIDE." mchira Cntt-Shllty WIMtr ALGER- tl EE LOVE ! MUSIC I OF GUS KHH : SEE BELOW ! ' II PCn E Warren-Outer Knra 'TL 5-JI23 ALOtrT Doors Ooa 5:45. "I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS" 'The Gai Kaka Story) with Dorli Day ana Danny Tkamas at 7:33-11:17. la "THE . r i Tinco '! chnw wlntvrt nri Rieliara Cant, at 6-9:44. Al.a L.ta.t N... E.ant.! l.tra- ALHAMBRA- Woodward IB 5-0J3 Omn 5:45. Tarritic Doable Header! Aradrmy Award Winner: "STREETCAR ! DESIRE" wit" Maria. Branda-Vniea Lank and tha thackint "MAGIC FACE." Lather Adltr ! ALLEN PARK- -50uiti;ield-Alln Boad DL l-291o Den 5:45. Park Fraa. Deaa Marti.-Jarry Lewit. "SAILOR BEWARfc. "r.l.l. GIRL." Cesar Ramera-Geofaa Brent ALOMA- -l'hrleton at Wijburn IL 2-J615 Open 6:10. Doris Day-Danny Thomas ""LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS. THE RAGING TIDE." Shelley Wlnlers-Rlthard Conta ARC" Las Ave. at btiniMin Smi tl I I. I tf. l-sojd Pi.td Free i Pirklnt. Rohart Taylor. Deniso Dartel. "wtsiwano THE WOMEN." -ELOPEMENT." Clifton Wekk-Wllllam leneioea. 25e Plas Tai Till 5 a. 'AVALON Ln.ood at Oatison TO S-3;03 Baen 615. Pned Parklnt. Wlnnlni rfres. Vlrlrn lelah in "STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." 6 55-11. Lither Adler ia "THE MAGIC FACE" 9:30 Only BERKLEY Berkley. Mlrlngan Park Free Oaen 6:45. Joan Crawford. "THIS WOMAN Harden. ' IS DANGEROUS." 7-10:25. William BOOTS MALONE." 8:40 BEVERLY Grand Eiier at Oakman WE 3-630 Oae. C . Fad Parklna 'BOOTS MALONE. Da. Hoiaen, e:u-xu:i. THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS." I. Crawford. 8:40 .BIRMINGHAM Wa Recomma.d This Show lor Its HUMOR and WARMTH alas ACTION THRILLS, and COLOR ! Tka Management. (See Belew) BOOKER T r Holbrook ner Oakland TB I-oIjo Doe. 5:30 Cant. All Nilht! Randolgk Scott. "MAN IN THE SADDLE (Calar) JAPANESE WAR BRIDE." Da. Tayler ... - , A J-Sosl BOOTH-Ven- Parkview Tark Free 6 Rokert Taylor-Denisa DareaL "WESTWARD THE WOMEN." 6:30-10. Marc. "DOUBLE DYNA- Jane Raisell-Grooche MITE." 8 45 ! BROADWAY-CAPITOL B Wav at Gd. Cir. pi" WO 5-J150 Ogen 24 Heart! Richard Baiehart-Gary Merrill. "bECISION BEFORE DAWN." "INVITATION." Van Johntan-Rath Roman P I V I U " "eXDwherD. Mi' h. LO 1-1180 OALl 111 5.45. R.daeed Prices Till 6 "SAILOR BEWARE." Dean Martin-Jerry lewis, 7.14-10:27. "FBI. GIRL.". Cesar Ramere- Aadrey Totter. 6-9:13 CAMEO' Mile at Busll TW 1-inil Oaa. 6 a. at. Pari Free. Modera "rletlla' Oinnerware! "THE MAGIC FACE." lather Adler. "FINDERS KEEPERS." Tom EweH CARLT0N-F"';i.'n7V5,'5'r' VE 8-0020 Doris Day- Dinny Thomas. "I LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS." "RAGING TIDE." Shelley Winters CARMEN bchaefer-Ford Rd. Dearborn Li. 2-1010, ft... K P.rb Cm Visit. Itioh. " STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. 'THE MAGIC FACE." lather Adler. PICTI C 3412 Hatinga TE 3-00C-4 0 AO ILL 5 p w er)t All Ri0ht! Shelley Winters-Richard Centr, "THE RAGING TIDE." "CODE OF THE WEST" . P CUT CP. Woodward-Bltd. Park Free JR 5-S4S4 bCrllCn 8pM 10.45 .a. Third Week! I helsen-Timot Savt. "'LA RONDE' French Farce at Its eeit. leatet nothing te the Imaslnatlea." II a. 12 34-235-4 J6-6:37-8 :38-10:39 PFWTIIR-Y 1,111 and W- t,r,nd 81td. Tark Free bCniUfll oiea 5:45. Randeleh Scett-loan leslit. MAN IN THE SADDLE" (Coler) 6-9 10. Cur Taylor-Maria Windior ia "JAPANESE WAR RIDE." 7 25-10:30 PIUfiCDCI I k 13311 E. JeftertoQ WO 4231 UinULIlUUl.M opsa 5:30. Held Or Marti. -Jerry lewit I. "SAILOR REWARE 11.36. Plot "DECISION BEFORE DAWN" Richard Basehart-Gary Merrill. 5:40-9:37 ! Deaa 7 39-tarri.a Inippi r w. Vtarrea-Miller Boad LL 1-00 blnbLr. c. f. . as. Paeet) Parkins. Academy Award Winner. "STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." 6:50-1030. "MA6IC r Ate. au eniy CIVIC-DETBOIT" T Kelly at Whiuier LA. 1-8222 Oee 5:45. Park Fret. Tarn Ewell. "FINDERS KEEPERS.' -:. " STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." Visit. Ltih. 7:14-10:46 CIYIC-FARMINGTON" Phone 0444 Open 6 B. wi. Shelley Winters-Richard Ceate. "THE RAGING TIDE." 6:40-10:22. Dsris Day-Danny Thames. I'LL SEE YOU IN MY OREAMS." 835 COLONIAL -tToodward at Adelaide Oae 24 Hoars! Teat WO 1-42S2 Ewtll-Jtlit Adams. FINDERS KEEPERS." DALLAS" (Celsr) Ceeeer-Reth Reman rflDDVCT 1505 llafk TL J-5231 wUnUHCI rfrt Ehe Oetrelt Shewl.e! Itenetta Is WhisaerlaR Ahost "LA SONDE." Showtime 7-8:20-9:40 CRYSTAL Mirr.!f.an at 31st TA 5-I2T0 m. "CRAZY OVER HORSES." "FLIGHT TO MARS" (Color), rise "JEEP HERDERS." Free Qi.oorwers! DEARBORN Miehijan-Telegraph LO 1-3450 Oeeaere-Ctae Ennt-Atdrsy Tatter I "F.B.I. GIRL." 6 9 0S. Deaa Martla-Jarry Lewis-Cerinne Calvot la "SAILOR BEWARE." 7:10-10:20. Ceaw Bat are 6 a. at. and Sate 10c DEL-THE- WINNER OF 4 ACADEMY AWARDS t "A STREETCAR- NAMED DESIRE" DEL-THE-f Fark Free W A 1-1412 Visit. Ltlth-Marlen Oranda. "A STREETCAR NAMED OESIRE." "THE MAGIC FACE." lather Adler-Patrlcia Knisht DELUXE"83.5.41 Park Free VA 2-8952 Jeaa Crswfert4-Dea.lt Marean. "THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS." "THE MAGIC FACE." Lather Adlar-Patritia K.lehL relet Cartoon! - CieTCljn 11510 E. Jefferson VA 2-5815 LAO I Cnll 5 , . Dor It Day-Danny Thomat. "I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS." "THE RAGING TIDE." Richard Centc-Shtllry Winters DRIVE-IN BEL-AIR -E. '-Mile Koad. near Van Dvkr FO R-1551 GARY MERRILL-RICHARD RASEHART. "decision attest paw..-PLUS ACTION AND SUSPENSE. "THE WHIPHAND " OPEN 6:30. SHOW STARTS 730. CHILDREN FREF DRIVE-IN EASTSIDE-beteB Co.. 6:30 0. at. "THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS" with Joan Crawford a.d Dennis Marias. "BOOTS MALICE" with William Hsldea D IDU I UPti I U Birmingham, Mivh. Ml 4-3533 DlnWinonAIrl 0o,B 6.45 , . Cary Grant- r Batsy Drake In "RQOW fOR "t mont. iMti 1 and 10:22. Philia Friend-Wanda Hendrii-Charles ; 1 C ahorn In "THE HIGH WAY M AN" 8:59 Only : 1 DlTlTiUriFI n Binnlna-ham, ilirh. 3114-01061 I OLUUmilLLU 0pe S:45. An. Sheridan-John I Land i. "STEEL TOWN" (Technicolor! at 7-w I 10:14. Plas Van Johnson-Darsthy McGaira In - INVITATION" at 8:50 Only UNPARALLELED ADVENTURE IN AMERICA'S LAST OUTPOST! i - unfit uri Tkey'ra Saaiatleaolf DEL DOT QUARTET Featuring DOROTHY DUNN CREST LOUNGE WE 3-289S AT MEIERS GRAND RJVER a Movie for entertainment that's better than DRIVE-IN DEARBORN Ford Bd. Brt. Tl. TrkstrrRis. LO 2 - 7007i MOW OPEN ! HELD IVER 1 "SAILOR BEWARE." Tf ALWAYS RUING YOU THE NEWEST ARB FINEST flRST! naivcju nciDnnnviofi . b. Taie. 4 uuiib-in ubnuuuiui lnkter Bis. LO 1-7007 taea J0. NaK Oiar! CkiKrin Frra Ea Martla.iam loll "SAILSR IFttllF " Cnar RatMra-Aadray Tartar. "F.I I. GIRL" -1 i ' . " a DRIVE-IN FOFHl-WYQMING-F,rl UIlULiniUffU niuminu minf TI g.B!)10l Oui '1fl m Tmm CMi Pirt-ira-L "THf Una'' I w th Broderick Cnlwe Bitty Baehler. Plat "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" with Dick Peoill-Peaov Da. Chllfre. Under 12 With Parents Free. Calar Cartaaa! QRIVE-IN FORT Fort St. 1 Mile Sou lb of Eureka Wvanrlrttte 7fil EXCLUSIVE AND ONLY DRIVE-IN SHOWING Rlrkard Rauhart.r.arv Merrill "'DECISION BEFORE DAWN" Jan Hall-Marte Windtar "HURRICANE ISLAND" (Coler) DRIVE-IN GRAND RIVER Grand Biter BteQ 8 and 8 Mile Bd. HELD OVER MARTIN AN0 LEWIS "SAILOR BEWARE" BRENT-AUDREY TOTTER CEO. "F.B.I. GIRL OPEN S 30 SHOW STARTS 7 JO. CHILDREN FREE nDltyr IU POITinT Gratiot at 13Vi Mile Bd. unnt-m unftiiui Pr, R:7" ! o,o. jo a. as. Children Free: Held" Over! Oaa. Marti, and Jerry Lewis i. "SAILOR BEWARE." Also Aadrey Tetter-Cesar Rentero-Gewae Brent In "F B I. GIRL." Color Cartoon ' DRIVE-IN MICHIGAN-1"; Oae. 6-30. CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE 0ao Martin-Jerry Lewis "SAILOR BEWARE" Cesar Romero-Georoe Brant "F.B.I. GIRL" T. I.R-25 Cartoon! DRIVE-IN MT. CLEMENS", OPENS FRIDAY! 1 GAL. GAS FOR EACH CAR! WIN A 17" ADMIRAL TV SET ABSOLUTELY FREE! DRIVE-IN OAK -Woodward-13H i- U 4-3056 DRIVING NORTH FROM DETROIT TURN RIGHT AT HOWARD JOHNSON'S DRIVING SOUTH FROM BIRMINGHAM TURN LEFT DRIVE-IN 0AK-w"rtl 06.45" 4 3056 Marti, and lewis I. "SAILOR BEWARE." Plas "WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE" I. Color DRIVE-IN TOWN Telegraph Boad-Chicaco Blvd. GARY MERRILL-RICHARD BASEHART "DECISION BEFORE DAWN " PLUS ACTION AND SUSPENSE "THE WHIPHAND" OPEN 6:30. SHOW STARTS 7 JO. CHILDREN FREE DRIVE-IN WESTSIDE 8 Mite at ScbaeTer LI 1-8469 ittea 6'30 a. at. "STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" with Vivien Laiih and Mario. Brando. "FINDERS REFPFRS" with Tom Ewell and Jalia Adams FATnWN Marper-an uka tia z-oaa LMw I U IT fl Dors Baa. 5:40. Baraai. Price ta 6 Vivien Lelh-Marien Branda. "Si Bit n an at.tg t'ESIRE" at 6:20-10:18. latner Adler. Patricia 1 Knisht. "MAGIC FACE" at 8:49 Dnly ppun two Oakland TO 6-P471 tunU goer, 5:30. "SIIVER CITY" (Trek.) F....J a d . I. v.... n.r.,t. xinu.hV linrV. .. t... ...i.iiJl..: l"....r Arf.lt. r-vbv. 1 . . - 35r Inc. Tat. Children 9e s CCnillrrP i LO LJ U I ITL. 15311 K. Jeltrrson VA 2-2S.70 j Marx. "DOUBLE Ope. 6:45. Graeche DYNAMITE." 7:10-10:12. "CAVE OF THE OUTLAWS'' iTtch.) Macdonaid Carey. 9 FAMILY" l adiUae Sq. and Monroe vtO 3-4505 Cant. 9 m. m. to Mldnlta! Virion lelth-Klst Hanter la "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." Wayaa Msrrlt-Glerla Henry ia "YELLOW FIN" . CCDUrtll C Vfoodward-9 Mile Road LI 1-5168 ILnilUHLL - 5;J0 ..My FAVORITE SPY." Boh HeH-Hedy luarr. "THE WILD BLUE YONDER." Wendell Ceray riPlirp Jn the Fisher Buildins; VtO 3-4231 riOrlLn oa 12:15. Matinee Dally! Held Oyer! Deaa Martln-Jarrv Ltwlt I. "SAILOR BEWARE" with Corinns Calret at 3:02-7:07-11:12. Plat ' DECISION BEFORE DAWN" with Richard Base-tart and 6 try Merrill at 1:03-5:08-9:13 FLAMINGO" iratlot-7 MUe Boad LA 6-3460 Beta 6:15. Park Fret. Deris Day- Danny Thomas. "I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS." "BOMBA AND THE HIDDEN CITY." i. Shaffield F0R0S0N 10140 ltix. Dearborn "MY FAVORITE SPY" DRUMS OF THE OEEP SOUTH." Cartoon! Newt' CnV 2211 Woodward lUA Rtn SKIES OF WO 3-7700 MONTANA." Starrlns Richard Widmark-Constance Smith-Jeffrey Htntar. Plas "STRONGHOLD" with Veronica Lakt-laehary Seott-Artara dt Carders GRANDE" 024 W. Jefferson W Baa. 6:45. Randtlah Seett-Joa. Letlie MAN IN THE SADDLE" (.Tech). "JAPANESE WAR BRIDE." Da Taylar GREAT LAKES" 14H32 Grand Biter VE 6-3643 Oean 6 a. m. Free Park las "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." Vltiea loish-Mario. Brando. 630-10:10. "THE MAGIC FACE." 8:40 Only UAPPCR Harper-Lakewoud I'ark Free LA 1-41)20 nAnrtn ,,,,, 6 "DECISION BEFORE DAWN." Richard Basthart and Gary Merrill at 634-1034. "SAILOR BEWARE." Deaa Martia and Jerry lewis at 8:51 HIGHLAND PARK"- -13843 Woodward TU 8-046S Cent. 9 a. m ta 3 a. m. Richard Cente-Shellsy Wintert. "THE RAGING TIDE." "BEYOND THE PURPLE HILLS." Gent As try HOLLYWOOD" 809 W. Fort VI 1-2400 Osea 530. Park Free. Says 10s Before 6 B- at. Held Brer! Dsa Marti. -Jerry lewit. SAILOR BEWARE." 8:55. Richard Batchart-Gary Merrill. "DECISION BEFORE DAWN." 634-1035 I DJ 0 23 1 4 East Grand Blvd. TB 1-8855 I"'' Oee. 5:30. Riehsra' Centa-S.ellev Wlntert, MITE," THE RAGING TIDE." "DOUBLE DYNA Jans Rssssll-Grsschs Marx IRVING" 121220 Fenkell Ate. KE 1-2368 Data 5:45. Park Fraa. Bek Host-Hedv lamsrr. "MY FAVORITE SPY." "HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS." Dorothy Dansridae untsicp Michigan at 35ta T A 5-353 Z KnAmCil osea 4:45. Vitlen lalih-Marlen Erando. "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." "THE MAGIC FACE." lather Adler-Patrlcle Kalsht KRIM atklea ajee'te eeer seaa atatehas Its islander! Seraassee ita sstaaeat! Year Hamewias ktart will oeaad te the eielenee ef Its Pasuoasl I 1 "THE BRAVE BULLS" KRIM" The Battle that ehaneed tka FATE at the WORLD 1 1 RoarlM seat ef Trafalear klaje la tka rstaisst.ess ef Lard Ntlsea and kit flhtertl I ! "THAT HAMILTON WOMAN" KRIM" Woodward near Mile 10 8-4110 Osea 530. Last J Davt! Ltwreoca Olltier-Vlyle Lais. "THAT HAMILTON WOMAN. ' Also Mai Ferrer i "THE ORAVE PULLS" I IVCUnnn 14249 E. Jefferson A2-290Ui LANtnUUU enlt. 11:45 a. m. te Midnleht! Doris Day-Danny Thomas. "I'LL SEE YOU IN MY! DREAMS." "THE RAGING TIDE." Shtllty Wintert-Richard Canta LANCASTER WINNER OF 4 ACADEMY AWARDS! "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" LANCASTER Tuesday on our stage in PERSON! TED MACK TALENT OUEST! GRAND PRIZE: ALL EXPENSE TRIP TO NEW YORK! OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES.! FUN GALIREI DETROIT FREE PRESS LAST 4 DAYS "SOMETHING TO FRIDAY Jean THI SIOOO YOU OlVf WILL 0. TONY ALAEViO Binclnc Str formerly with mmmr Ky u bli irhwtr Plus RAY LA ItAIKRE TRIO MGBTLT FROM : and SATIKDAT MATINEE f :30 Sitclinr Steaks The COMMODORE ChatNom St.. Eait. just off iBHBnBfar Rwrtdlmn The Free Press Easy to I lUPlCTCQ 10S35 ' Jefferson TI 3 49S8'DIII TfY - ',nuM,,,'" Oata 6:40. rk R rat, Ltlok-Marlaa tint: -A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." 7-10:40. littler A4iar-ratriia Half hi. "THE MAGIC fACE" at 9:10 I ICIfV 13320 Jot. rtmpaij LnulV I Om 5-45. Ski TW 1 2030 SOU la Wiattn-Rltkar Cantt. 'THE RAGING TIDE. 'NEVADA. F.csert Mitehan I lUPDI U PDk ' I I IIU Ul II I Mim ak . in mm a. (u o.an M.ni. ... in T..i. V -sailor be- wkRE.. t, ..F..,, GIRL." Ga Brent I IWWfinn LmoxI at irjinia Fark TH I'Ui tan 6 10. "MAN IN THE SADDLE" (Teek.lcelor) Randalak Scatt-Jaan lailia. 7 45-10:55 "JAPANESE WAR BRIDE." Da. T.yler. 6 20-9:25 I flflD Mtrh. at Cats Open 24 Hutirs WO 2-9764 tLUUI Tiat Malt-Jsa. Dlian "PISTOL HARVEST" "CRA7Y OVER HORSES." 8atry Boyt II iniCnU --Grand Cirrus Park-Wocd. WO 3-4231 MMUIOUrt Craata.t af Matlen Picture' I Ceell B. DrMillts THE GREATEST SHOW ON earth color kv Tac.nieoior oita Betty nation- Carnal Wllde-Charltoa Haston-Dorothy Lamaar-Gloria Grahama-James Stewart. 11-1:52-4:47-7:35-10:23 II 1 1 J Riral Oak lYIMIfl oj,w p,t LI 2-0180 Oaen 5:45 Ki.Admiision 33c Plat Tan Till 7 a. ai. Ml mm Ho dan-Johnnv Stewart. "BOOTS OPERA" (Talk.) MALONE." "PHANTOM OF THE Nalson Eddy-! Sannna Fa'ter MARTHA WASHINGTON" -10S15 Joe. I arr-pau TR 2 I4T1 Opr. 5:45. Vivirn Lefeh-Marlon Brando. 'A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." "THE MAGIC FACE." Lather Adltr UaYlUC Mark at Ftaldain lYIAAINC .... -5. 0, WA 1-4246 Dnrl Day-Danny 'I Thomav "I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DRE A MS." "FLIGHT TO MARS" Color Cameron Mitchell II C I Allen Road-Oaksood Bltd. I'L' l-e5ii0 mtl- Ooea 5:45. Dean Martin-Jerry Lewis- Corlnne Calret I. "SAILOR BEWARE" at 7:46 and 11. Plas John Wayne-Gail Rauell In "WAKE OF THE RED WITCH" at 6 and 9:34 MERCURY N 8 W ' "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" MERCURY now "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" MERCURY- Scbaef-r-6 Mile L.N 2 MOO Oaa. 5 JO. Paved Frte Parkins Viviae Leigh-Marlon Branda. "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. 7:10-10:55. "THE MAGIC FACE." Lather AdlTr. Patricia Knliht. 5:40-9:25. Calor Cartoon! UIPUIRAU Biglry-GranrJ Hirer WO 3-4231 miuiliunn w, Dlsnea's SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DVARFS" Technicolor) 12:42-3:57-7:12-10:27. Plas William Powell-Jtlia Adams in Rokert Loais Strvenon's "TREASURE OF LOST CANYON" (Technicolor) 11:17-2:32-5:47-9:02. Eitra! Tarn Montgomery At The Orson! UinTDWM Third and anfield TB 1-4510 MlUIUnri j jo prrt Taylor. Denise Oareef. "WESTWARD THE WOMEN." "ELOPEMENT." Clifton Wc-An Francis MinWAY Brhaefer-MlrhiRan H, 1-5080 mlUTTAI 0 4.45 Doris Day-Danny Thomas. "I'll SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS." "THE RAGING TIDE." Richard Conte I1T PICliCyC ICIVCI Phone 544 1 mi. i.i I mi 11.1-11 ill 1 Oaa. 1:45 Daily Pirk Free. Ronald Reaaan-Rhonda Flemini. "HONG KONG" (Colon 3:55-7:20-10:40. "JUST THIS ONCE." Janet lalah-Pcter lawlord. 25-3:50-9:10 MT.CLEMENS-MACOMB- THURSDAY ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON! TED MACK TALENT OUEST! GRAND PRUE: ALL EXPENSE TRIP TO NEW YORK! OTHER VALUABLE PRIiES! FUN GALORE! UT n FMFrlS.MACflMB-r . ' . w oaen e:.3 2 Academy Award Winners! Jady Holliday-William Holdaa. "BORN YESTERDAY." "ALL THE KING MEN." Broderick Crawford NATIONAL-".0 ",7 ,..., V0 3-1I1 Shtllty Winters- Richard PASS." Cents. James THE RAGING TIDE." "SUNSET War ran N0RT0WN-:MUe-,;:.l,,5;3o. 'Corinthian Lady" Oinnerware! FACE." Lather Adler. "FINDERS Ewtll-Jella Adams TW i-3'J31 Park Free "THE MAGIC KEEPERS." Ten NORWEST- 4Jraiid Buer-Southtield VL5-S330 Oaen 5:45. Frte Parkins. Deris Day and Danny Thomas I. "I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS" at 7:33 and 111. Fits Richard Conte ch.ll svl.r. I. "RACINC TIDF" at 6-9:28 ORIOLE Lin.ood-Fb.ladrlph TY 4-8400111 Ulkt . ,,.4, , Ootn 6:10. Oorit Day-Frank leyeley. ..THE ..E -an." "pi.V "Mab LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS." 6:50 and 10:20. cl.ii.. wi.. 1. ti ascitic Tint" a-ft Anlo N 8 W ? THE YEAR S BEST PICTURE ! "A STREETCAR NAMEO DESIRE" PALMER PARK" -HamUlon-6 lu Jtd. IX 2-210 Oaen 6:30. Vlrlt. Ltltk- Marlon Oranda. "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE.' 9. "THE MAGIC FACE." 7:20-11:05 n 1 1 110 Woodward-Elizabeth WO 3-4231 rMLITIO K)r, ooatlat-Patrice Wymera I. "THE BIG TREES" (Technicolor) at 11-1:56-4:52-7:48-10:44. Plas Richard Carlson in "WHISPERING SMITH VS. SCOTLAND YARD" at 12:35-331-6:27-9:23 PARKSIDE; East Warren at Dickerf-'m t A 2-6650 Oat 530. 3 Ft at ares! Jae Kirk wood. "TRIPLE CROSS." "HOLD THAT GHOST." Plat "THE HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS." Free la oral Wreath Glassware! PUNCH & JUDY" ItW THROUGH THURSDAY? "A STREETCAR NAMED OESIRE". WINNER OF 4 ACAOEMY AWARDS ! DHLIOU 9, IlinV 21 Kereheal. Gf. TL" S-3S J8 r unvn w uu 1 "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE.' 7:15-935 Starts: RADIO CITY" Woodward nr. 9 Mi. Bd. LI 1-5225 Osssrsh Kerr and Stewart Gra inter la "KING SOLOMON'S MINES' la Ereathtakint Technicolor. Plat Jeanne Crai. and Srett Brady I "THE MODEL AND THE MARRIAGE BROKER." Oeea at 530 a. as. RAMONA- WINNER OF 4 ACADEMY AWARDS I "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" ELI Uniii Gratiot-6 Mile Boad flAmUnA Danra On.. 5 V) LA 6-1310 Wl.aer ef 4 Academy Awardt! Vitlea leiih-Mirle. Srsnde-KI) Ha.ter.Karl Maids la "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE," 79-10:54. Plea lither Adler-Patricia Knight I "THE MA6IC FACE." 5:40-9:25 BEDFORD" MFLB OVER ? Martia and lewit. "SAILOR REWARE Plat "DECISION REFORE OAWN ' REDFORD" Looser at Graod Biter 1-1401 Oeea 5:45. Park Free. c... in. Petere 6 a. m. Oea. Marti. -Jerry Lewit. REWARE." 6:35-10:40. Richard Basehart-Gary I N err 1 1 1. "DECISION BE FORE D AWN." 8:20 REGENT- WINNER OF FOUR ACAOEMY AWARDS! "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" SEE BELOW RESENT- Woodward at Gd. Bltd. TR 2-o464 Oata 5:45. Wiener of 4 Academy Awardt! Viyte. loiih-Marle. Orande-Kim Hanter-Karl Malda I. "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" at 729-116 Pies Littler Adler ia "THE MAGIC FACE" at 6-937 Monday. April 7. 1952 "27 LIVE FOR" Pits "FORT OSAGE" IS MVSlCf Gene KELLY Donald Debbie O!C0NN0R - REYNOLDS Hagen-Millard Mitchell -.Cyd Charisse LIT A fIGMTINO MAN UVt Choir Liqaora Oullatte, Downtown Windier full Witidnr Read and WORTH READING ever.' OraUot-ML Tllliott WA -lIfi Oaea 1245. issn Crawfartl.Oeiinli MaraaR. "THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS." "ROOTS MALONE." William HoUtn Bin f . femor at Central Park Fret VI l-S.'fi.) nlu tie 6 f. Ranialik Scott-laaa Latli. 'MAN IN THE SADDLE" iCalor) 7 J7-10 43 Dai Taylar. "JAPANESE WAR BRIDE." 6-9:13 piyiCD I nrand RiTer-Jo; Rol 0 3- jr. i nmtnH Oton tttm 12:15 tm mntin 0tllY B Martla-Jarry Laoli-Carinna Calet In ' SAILOR Elr"E'"- 2:"-7.-07-ll:14. Plat "DECISION tf FORE DAWN" with Richiri Baitnart-Garv merrin. xc :j -. j yy.y :j j RIVOLA- adillac-F.a Forest WA l-4.'- Oae. 6:45. Park r ru .K. Tavlor-DenlM Dareel. "WESTWARD THE WOMEN ' "DOUBLE DYNAMITE." Jant Ranell-Grearha Man fyK0-UPT0WN-"r,d.f Mile TDC Olim MatlnM HailL neia Over! Dean Martfn-Jerrw le.i. "tlnii BEWARE." 2:40-6:35-10-30. Plat Nea 2nd Feature Richard Baiehart-Gary Merrill i. "DECISION BEFORE DAWN." 12:40-4 35-8:25 DfinCCUCIT Gratiot Haroer WA l-4T.:j v -. i i Oaen 6 . m. Park Fru B..i. Price ta 6:20. Held 0ar! Tha 8I Laff Hit Marti, and Lewis. "SAILOR BEWARE" Once Only 'i5A....W" Hlehard Ba;chart-Garv Merrill 'DECISION BEFORE 0AWN." 6J0-10J9. Added Fan Show Starts 8:29 ; RfKFn AI C 115 0 Woodnard TO S OU- i "wvmnLL Doorl Oaea A:4S rlnr r . Betto Darlt and Henry Fonda I. "JEZEBEL" at :42,?;Ly' fl" St,ri" McNally and Saa Enflana in "CITY ACROSS THE RIVER" at 7 and 10 :26 DnVV Woodward near Tenple Tfc 1-4SJ7 . J .,.eM." .3 H",r,! v,'" laioh-Marl.o B'amM. "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE " "THE r.c. Lamer naier-ratricia Knuht ' & f) V IL Mile-Mej I ITU I nL Sno Sf. era 1 s 3-4 ' Show Starts 4C-9A r M- j r"!1"! .-S'19 BEWARE." Dean Martln-Jarrv lewis. 8J0. "DECISION BEFORE DAWN." Richard Basehart-Gary Merrill. 6:20-10:19 ROYAL OAK- SAIL ON A SEA SF IAFFS WITH Dsa. Marti, and Jerry lewit Ja "SAILOR BEWARE" ROYAL 0AKu 12812 J"rdD Dean Martin-Jerry Lewis. "SAILOR BEWARE." 7-I'.'L1.0:. -C,Mr Romera-Aedrey Tatter. "F.B I. GIRL. B:5j RYAN-9 M:le Boid Rd Rn II I Mil 0pt 6;j0 frk rL 7-Triii'l Free. VI. I. n l.i.h. Marloa Branda. A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE." KEEPERS" Plas "FINDERS SFNJTF v,'ch'S,n nd Livernoit TA 3-U4nJ J. H 11:45 " D""Y ' Feat.r,,: Ahhott and Coitello. "HOLD THAT GHOST.' ,'BJ!.TIE PARADE." Plas "TRIPLE CROSS." Free Laarel Wrtath Glawwara! STRAND" Jrand Riter at 14th TV6-I0MS Oae. 5:30. All TarknlenlAr Wr.e.,. Show! Randolph Scott. "MAN IN THE SADDLE " Fart lc-Anne Baiter, "SMOKY" ST&ATFfiRn 1 wt Vemor TA 5-4 tuc c. . 15- ""AN IN 7l'.f?PcLEJ,.iT"H ' R"'N Seott-Elle. Drew JAPANESE WAR BRIDE." Don Taylor CTIinin Lirrrnou at liatison SIIUUIU International A WK :i :;nihi Internatlnital AmrJ Uf ..... t "LA RONDE," Droll French Satire on lota' 6:15-8-9:45 TIMES SQUARE-5'-; ,,us;.,r Winters. Richard Conte. , "THE RAGING TIDE." "THE CAT CREEPS." Paal Kelly-Lois Collier TfjVVCR rnd BiTer-Mejera Vtt 3-4r,;,M twtiuil 0Mr, eBeH 6;20 winner ot Fear Academy Awardt! "STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE " 6 40-10:16 with Vltiea Leigh-Marlon Oranda. AK Jalie Adamt-Taat Ewell. "FINDERS KEEPERS." 9 0 TRENTON-,,, Moraan. "THIS WOMAN "BOOTS MALONE." William Tmitwi iiu; ii Jeaa Crawford-Oennii IS DANGEROUS." Holdtn XII V Cnn HamiltoD-Tnxedo IUALUU 0pf 6:4 TO s-2;. A ttlrrtris NAMED DESIRE" with Vivian l.inh a..d.-. Award Winner) 7-10:29. 'FINDERS KEEPERS." Tam Ewell, 9:15 UNITED-ARTISTS-.1" lf,','.t nd.ltiBiBl CataateiiHA i?f!...TrM,..Wrl,lt "SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR" at 11-2-5-8-11. Plat "FORT OSAGE " (Cinetolor) with Rod Camero. and Jana Nish at 12:41-3:41-6:41-9:41 r. m. UnOWNiri.n. TL' 2-0ii6 Haver-Cordon macnaa. "Loan; FOR THE Slivta titiiar." (lachnicoler) 6:40-10:46. William Holders. "BOOTS MALONE." 8:53 VA l-l:.!'D a. 8eia LeiM MONSTER ' and ..iiSei t t 1V -JL'iZ? "I LfL ""t'ta l.N 2-4;'-2 r.rawfArrf.n.M.i. Martin I "THIS WOMAN 1 naaicc emit ' . 7:40-11:15. Pl.t "BOOTS MALONE" with William Holden at 6-930 VICTORY- 8225 Grand Bier TV 5-:s4"'t Oaen 6:45. Boh Han..H.dv l.n.rr "MY FAVORITE SPY." 7:15-10:20. "JUNGLE HEAOHUNTERS" (Technicolor) 80 VOGUE" WINNER OF 4 ACADEMY AWARDS I "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" VOGUE" Harper at Uariard Fark f rr TL 2-2".'2 Doera Oaen 5:45. Winner af A a.rf.MU Awards. Vitie. Ltuh-Marle. Brando-Kim Huat.r and Karl Maiden in "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" at 7:29-11:05. Plat "THE MAGIC I ACE" with Patricia Knuht at 6-9 36 WARFIFI fl tTasiiiiBa-FarnswerUi IIMI1IILLU An BiBt, Rie.trt e,. Shelley Wintert. "THE RAGING TIDE." "CAVE OF THE OUTLAWS" (Ttch.) Macdonaid Carey WARREN- W arren near rJotithf leid LL 2-3 1 1 4 fiaa. 6. Part Fran VI.I.. l.i.h. Marls Branda. "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE ' 6-40-1029. lather Adlar-Patritia Kniiht, "THE MAGIC FACE." 9 Dnly WASHINGTON Bora! Oak, Mich. richard Basahart-Gary Merrill. "DECISION BEFORE DA WN." "MASSACRE HILL." Chips Ratttrty WESTOWN BW SHOWING! 4 TOP ACADEMY AWARDS IN ONE PICTURE ' "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" WCTflWU WyominsvFerkell WEJ-;ill ncoiunn ,, 6:20 ftrt A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" (To. Academy Awards) Visit Itifh-Marla. Branda. 6:40-10:27 "FIND ERS KEEPERS." Tom Ewtll-J. Adams. 9:13 WUITTIFRi E- -Crane) Bld. LO 7-2;l nnillltfT oasa 6:15. Park Free. Deris Day-Dan.y Thomas. "I'LL SEE- YOU IN MY DREAMS' 6:45-10:15. Richard Ce.te-Sktllty W inters. "THE RAGING TIDE." 8:45 Wnhn C Hack near T Mile Boad TU 2-5n2 nUUUO oeea 5:45. Acres ef Fret Parties' held Otert Deaa Mtrtln-Jerry Lewii-Ceriese Cait in "SAILOR BEWARE." 8:02-11:16. Plot "DECISION BEFORE DAWN." Richard Basthart. 6-9 57 SAiiaaiUVllinnTTC Park Free WY '-'' ' RTaT R U fill II B B I Oee 12 Nae. Held 0ar' Dun Martin-Jerry Lrwis. "SAILOR BEWARE." 12-44-7-52-11:56. "DECISION BEFORE OAWN ' Richard Bavhart-Garv Merrill. 2:01-6:05-9:33. Bet Otfira Ilea Till 10 I. m. W YA N D OTTE-R I ALTO-" ' "n.T.V1. 1 Lather Adlrr-Patricia Knis.t. "MASSACRE HILL." Chiat "THE MAGIC FACE " Raffertv-Jane Rarrrtt Yn!l Forest at Mt. Elliott tVA 1 -1 '. lUUIT oae 6:15. Akhott end Ca.t.il.. "HOLD THAT GHOST." "SHE WOLF OF LONDON ' Jaae Lock)) art-Dee Farter m ii ri mi r iiiiii ii i i i if .r i ii t irk ef art ft rli iei rk t

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