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Apartment Tenants
Fight Rent Increase
All tenants of the six-unit apart
ment house at 2118 P street N.W.
appeared before a Rent Control
Administration examiner yesterday
to protest a 100 per cent increase in
rent.
The owner of the apartment house
T. Edward O'Connell, had petitioned
for the increase. He contends the
rent now charged is lower than foi
comparable accommodations else
where in the city and, in addition,
taxes and operating costs have risen,
He also said he had spent money
Tor improvements, including an oil
burner.
He sought $110 a month for one
apartment now renting for $47.50
and two now renting for $52.50.
Rentals of $100 a month are sought^
on two apartments renting for $50
and one renting for $5250.
One of the tenants, Mrs. Ralph
Whelan, said she had lived in the
apartment since September, 1928,
and had paid about $11,000 in rent.
Mr. O’Connell bought the apartment
in 1945.
The other tenants who appeared
to oppose the increase were Mrs.
Fern Higgins, Mrs. E. M. Chapman,
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Tyree, Mrs. Mary
E. Kelly and William Cooper.
Examiner Robert T. Smith, who
heard the case, said he would inspect
the building and then make a recom
mendation to the rent administrator.
Graham
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the studio boss said, “No,” that he
would have a picture for her before
that date. Miss Maxwell wants to
make a picture more than anything
else.
Jack Wrather, Texas oil million
aire and mate of Bonita Granville,
is now entering the Hollywood pro
duction fiield with some mililon
dollar pictures. To date, Jack has
confined himself to small-budget
movies like "The Guilty” and “High
Tide,” which he calls "experience”
films. .
♦ * * *
Gene Kelly in his “pirate” make-,
up looks like a cross between the
' late John Gilbert and the late Doug
las Fairbanks. Gene has let his hair
grow long and curly and is sporting
a mustache for the first time in his
movie career.
Janet Leigh’s husband, Stanley
Reames, has given up his band job
and is now in business as a “loan
adjuster.” Sounds very interesting.
Janet, by the way, still has no
future movie on her schedule but is
keeping artistically fit by studying
four hours a day.
Lew Ayres and Marie Windsor
have agreed to disagree and Lew is
now playing the field while Marie is
having dates with Joe Kirkwood, jr.,
the latter pair are starring in “Time
of Your Life” at the Masque
Theater.
Wendell Corey is the white-haired
boy locally, with Hal Walils. as a
result of “Desert Fury” and “I Walk'
Alone.” When he returns from his
jaunt to Broadway and England;
starring with Margaret Sullivan in
“The Voice of the Turtle,” you can
expect an announcement of a big
starring role for Wendell. It’s my
belief he will star with Barbara
Stanwyck In “Be Still, My Love.”
(Released .by North American Newspaper
Alliance.)
Paris Hotel Head in Visit
Sees Rise in Tourist Trade
Fifty per cent of the American
visitors to France today are busi
nessmen and the other half tourists,
C. A. Auzello, managing director of
the Ritz Hotel of Paris, said here
yesterday.
Last year, 75 per cent were busi
nessmen, he said, adding that he it
looking forward to resumption ol
normal tourist trade—about 85 pei
cent of all American visitors.
.Mr. Auzello is in Washington to
visit C. C. Schiffeler. manager of the
Raleigh Hotel. Mr. Schiffleler, before
he came to the United States 35
years ago, was a Ritz employe and
he and Mr. Auzello have been friends
for years.
During his trip to the United
States, Mr. Auzello will visit Chicago
and San Francisco to study the
“tremendous advances” in American
hotels, and to promote tourist ac
tivity in France.
The principal types of malaria
were recognized in ancient Greece
and China.
Bacteriologists to Meet
The Washington Branch of the
Society of American Bacteriologists
will meet at 5:30 pm. Tuesday in
the Fish and Wildlife Building. Uni
versity of Maryland. Presentation of
papers will be preceded by a buffet
supper.
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Today Only—“WAKE UP AND DREAM
(in Colon, JOHN PAYNE, JUNE HAVER
at 6, 7:60, 8:40,
DUNBARTON 1349 *r,"& Av"
Today and Tomorrow—Two Hits—"N<
LEAVE. NO LOVE” (in Technicolor), VAI
JOHNSON, KEENAN WYNN; Plus "TH1
GHOST GOES WILD.”
GREENBELT Graanbalt, Md. Gft. 222
ABBOTT, COSTELLO in "TIME OF THEH
LIVES.” at 7, P. __
LIDO 3227 M *'• N w- Ml' 3891
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Praising—'TO EACH HIS OWN '; Plu,
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JAMES MASON In "THEY WERE SIS
TERS.”_
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Today, Tomorrow, at 6:45. 0:25—
JOAN CRAWFORD. JOHN GARFIELD
In “HUMORESQUE."
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X11A1 IdflleLL Hyattsville, Md.
UN. 1230 or Hyatts. 0552—Park Free
Last Day. at 6:55. 9:25—ROBERT
MONTGOMERY in LADY IN THE
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ARPAnr Gallatin St. at R. I. Ave.
IllBvIBArSiHyattsville, Md. WA. 9769
Cent. 6:15-11:15 — Double Feature—
•CRACK-UP" and “DO YOU LOVE
ME,”
KATWUOU 4 Mich AVM. WA. 8899
Free Parking Across From Theater.
Equipped with Hearing-Aid Sets.
Today. VTomorrow. at 8:40. 9:14—
JAMES STEWART. DONNA REED In
' ITS A WONDERFUL LIFE."
CAMEO M,h 4 *,'>&•• NE
Today. Tomorrow — Double Feature—
Last complete Show at 8:59—JANE
WITHERS. JAMES LYDON in "AF
FAIRS OF GERALDINE DONNA
REED In ‘FAITHFUL IN MY FASH
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BETHESDA °u' Wi5 Av* Ju,t
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Last Day, at 8:15. 8:09. 10:01-—GAIL
R U S S E L L. ADOLPHE MENJOU in
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Tomorrow Only—Cont 6-11
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MILO Rockville, Md. Rock. 2434
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RUSSELL. ADOLPHE MENJOU In
' BACHELOR'S DAUGHTERS "_
MARLBORO Upp*r Mar,boro' Md
a inuuHvnv Marl. 9g75
Today. Tomorrow, at 7:25. 9 25_
LOUIS HAYWARD In "RETURN OF
MONTE CRISTO
Fairlawn Amiue. Co. Theaters
HIGHLAND 2i33 ^A7Q~A7'SE
LARRY PARKS, EVELYN KEYES In
"THE JOLSON STORY" (In Techni
colon. at 5:15. 7:39. 9:45
ATLANTIT A*lantic St. at S. Capitol
AiifAmit S) s w LUdlow 7662
CONGRESS 293' se;
GEORGE RAFT. WALLACE BEERY In
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FAIBLAWN J342 Good H°p«
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LAUREL ~7laur•,' Md
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Matinees Daily at 1 P M
JOHN WAYNE. GAIL RUSSELL in
ANGEL AND THE BADMAN." at 1 :20.
3:25, 5:25, 7:3(1. 9:30 _
CAPITni Capitol Heights, Md.
“ HI. 0740
6?A5ttS^££S2' . JOHN <~,AR FIELD
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BEVERLY—Shirley Temple in "Rebecca
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AVALON—Mickey Rooney in "Ye*n*
Tom Edison”
> CALVERT—"My Pal Wolf" with 8haryn
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KENNEDY—Shirley Temple in "Little
Miss Marker.”
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Saturday Morning Show See Ad At Top.
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Today and Tomorrow—Charles Starrett.
Smiley Burnette in "Gunning for Ven
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ing Crosby. Fred Astaire. Joan Caul
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KFMIFnV Kennedy Nr. 4th N.W.
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Last Day—James Mason, Margaret
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5:25. 7:25. 0:30. For information Chil
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At Top.
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r*,nn FR. 5200. Mat. 1 P.M.
Pmrkinr Space Available to Patrona.
Last day—Larry Parks, Evelyn Keyes
in "The Jolson Story" (In Tech) at
1:30. 4:15, 0:35. 0:20. March of Time.
SHERIDAN ^ Maifri^
Today and Tomorrow—Joan Crawford.
John Garfield in "Humoresque" at
1:26. 4:06, 0:45. 0:25.
CTT VFR Ga Ave. & Colesville Pike
aUeVl.Il SH. 5500. Mat. 1 P.M.
Parkini Space Available to Patrona.
Today and Tomorrow-—Mickey Rooney.
Bonita Granville in "Love Laughs at
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0:411 March of Time.
TIVOI I ’4th 1 Park Rd. N.W.
aavwiel CQ ,800 Mo( , pM
Last Day—Larry Parks. Evelyn Keyea,
"The Jolson Story” (In Tech ), 1:26.
4:05, 8:40, 9:20. March of Time._
UPTOWN G<>nn' Ave. & Newark
uriunn wo. 5400 Mat. 1 P.M.
Today Only—Robert Aida. Andrea
King. Peter Lorre in "Beast With Five
Fingers," 1:30. 3:30, 5:30, 7:30. 9:30,
Theater. Having Eve. Performances
APOLLO 624frh
Last Day—James Mason. Margaret
Lockwood. "Wicked Lady.” 6. 7:55, 9:50
AVALON 56,2 Conn. Ave. N.W.
MTMliUn WO. 2600
Today Only—Dana Andrews. Jeanne
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,Jlalj.urn Engagement. Teehnicolor). 6:45.
<:45. 9:40. For Information Children s
Saturday Morning Show See Ad At Top
AVE. GRAND 645 5 E
Todav Only—Dick Haymes. Betty Gra
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Today and Tomorrow—Betty Hutton
Sonny Tufts in "Cross My Heart” at
6:15, 9. 9:50.
HONE 1230 (C St. N.E.
■■WAAM JR 8188
Today and Tomorrow—Louis Hayward.
Barbara Britton. "Return of Monte
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FiHcnninun Bivd. n.w. or. 46oo
I K«« Marking Space Available to Patron..
Today and Tomorrow—Larry Parks.
Evelyn Keyes In "The Jolson Story”
(in Technicolor) at 6:40. 9:20.
SAVOY 3030 14th St. N.w:
CO. 4968
SECO 8244 Silver Spring
_ , SH. 2540. Parking Space
Today and Tomorrow—<5eorge Raft.
Lynn Bari in "Nocturne.'’ at 6:15,
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Son* of the South." (In Technicolor',
at 6:15. 8:05. 9:45.
&PFY 48,h 8 Mass. Av.. N.W.
WO 4600 Cont. 1-11 P.M.
YOU and ROBERT MONTGOMERY
in ' LADY IN THE LAKE ' at 1.
i •{«*>. i. 9:40,
ATLAS ,33' *>: Ap*»
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RE?™~A£!^RR LOUIS HAYWARD
ln THE STRANaF. WOMAN REX
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“ ' Rd. N.E. TR. 2600
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THE JOLSON STORY” (in Techni
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"IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE.” JAMES
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