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I NATIONAL *K8P I Wfinaadavo and Saturdays n lft pl«J Thaatra Oolld-ATS M— jj CSRNHIA STM SKINNER kr OKM «MM NLKKMI' *wtk Kium • mx ram «w ESTELLE WWWOOD rai«MmtoiMXK» MmmmMxwm i SEATS AVAILABLE W Starts 'TQM Y Doors Opu 10 ;45 (■fg-Q1 # » Smlth't "FOOTBALL THRILLS", f " TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES CARQIINA ll»h 4 N. C. Ave., f.L liiuULUIA Ajr Cond|Mon^ "THE TIME. THE PLACE. THE GIRL." DENNIS MORGAN. JANI8 PAGE. Flue "BORN TO SPEED." CIRPI P 2105 fm Ave. N.W. RE. 01*4 UIUrleL Delightfully Cool Last Day—"DISHONORED LADY," HEDY) LAMARR, DENNIS O’KEEFE, JOHN LOD ER, At 6. 7:45, 9:35._j DUMBARTON Today and Tomorrow. Two Hit*—WIL LIAM BEHDIX. ELLA RAINES In "WHITE TIE AND TAILS " Plus Second Hit_ "THE WHITE STALLION," jtory of * wild, wild horse. GREENBELT Grwnb.lt, Md. GR. 2322 FRED MacMURRAY. PAULETTE GOD-' DARD, "SUDDENLY IT'S SPRING." 7 & ii j LIDO 3227 M **• N W’ Michigan 3890 Delightfully Air Cooled. Today and Tomorrow. 2 Big Hits—“RAID THE WEST- and *• MERCY | PLANE. Also Cartoon. LITTLE 9th St. Above F Air Conditioned “FANTASIA.” McLEAN Country Theater, McLean, Va. j , .. _ All New Sound L Projection I on Route J2.T ! ; CARTOON CARNIVAL.’* Plus BETTY HUTTON in PERILS OF PAULINE," in Technicolor. PALM 2402 Mt- Vern. Ave., Del Roy, Alex. ! * 1 OV. 3340 Cent. From 4,30 . Air Conditioned. ,™,ST YANK in TOKYO" tnd "DEAD LINE AT DAWN." Plus Corned, and New. I* s e m c 0 ! e e THE TILLAGE Phan* MI. 8287. _Healthfully Air Conditioned "THE TROUBLE WITH WOMEN RAY MILL AND. TERESA WRIGHT. NEWTON ,2,hs* £eEw,on Equipped With Hearinr-Aid Phones. Healthfully Air Conditioned. "CYNTHIA ’ ELIZABETH TAYLOR. GEORGE MURPHY. JESSE THEATER Phon* DU. 8861. Healthfully Air Conditioned. Double Feature — "MY BROTHER i TALKS TO HORSES, ' BUTCH JIN-1 KINS. PETER LAWFQRD. "KILLER I AT LARGE.” ROBERT LOWERY, ANABEL 8HAW.___ j vvi VAN '•> St. a 1.1. av*. n.w aileTXtn Phon. NOrth 96B9. Healthfully Air Conditioned. Double Feature — "IMPERFECT LADY," TERESA WRIGHT. RAY MIL LAND "SIOUX CITY SUE,” GENE AUTRY.__ __ j THE VrnNON 3707 Mt. Varnon new Ttnnun A au*.. v0. One Block From Presidential Gardens. Phone ALcx. 3424. Healthfully Air Conditioned. 'THE MACOMBER AFFAIR.” JOAN BENNETT. GREGORY PECK. ACADEMY ”s ffS&T* DoubneX,tau,^^rSl“4»4NING OR THE END.” BRIAN DONLBVY. ROBERT WALKER "THE BIG FIX." JAMES BROWN, SHEILA RYAN. STANTON Healthfully Air Conditioned. Double Feature—"MY FAVORITE BRUNETTE,” BOB HOPE. DOROTHY LAMOUR. "CIGARETTE GIRL," LESLIE BROOKS. JIMMY LLOYD. nrrn 1723 King it. Alex. 34X5 HbbV Parking Space. Air Cond. WILLIAM POWELL. MYRNA LOY In SONG OF THE THIN MAN.”_ A Memorial Blvd. A 1st St vinuima Ai„. 4133. AirCond. I RANDOLPH SCOTT, BARBARA BRITTON in "GUNFIGHTERB '_ ; Richmond^ aryrTi,vsi' 1 STEVEN GERAY and MICHELINE \ CHEIREL, "SO DARK THE NIGHT." ! rniTnr Fairlington, Va. ; Uiflinii Temple 1000 Air Conditioned. | THE ARNELO AFFAIR.” JOHN HO 1 DIAK. FRANCES GIFFORD__ j SHIRLINGTON ov.“aioo Air Conditioned. . "THE HOMESTRETCH.' MAUREEN O'HARA, CORNEL WILDE._ HISER-BETHESDA Air Conditioned for Comfort Last Day! JUNE HAVER in “I WONDER WHO’S KISSING HER NOW.” Tn Technicolor. At fl. 7:5ft. 0:60. hi i ec ^B >b e K O •> s 0 M 0. c • 3 1 E 6 e lnPT 48th 8 Most. Ave. N.W. AIT*iA wO. 4400. Coni. 1-11 P.M. MARK STEVENS. JUNE HAVER In "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW.' In Technicolor. 1:10, 3:25.1 5:30, 7:40, 9:46.__ Starts tomorrow: CHARLIE CHAP LIN In "MONSIEUR VERDOUX." ~ B XT A C 1331 H St. N.E. AT. 8300 A1LHO Cont. mi p.m. Double Feature Program Daily. DAVID NIVEN In "STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN." in Technicolor. ELIZA BETH TAYLOR, OBORGE MURPHY In ''CYNTHIA.”__ Starts tomorrow: CHARLIE CHAP LIN in "MONSIEUR VERDOUX (rVKTAB Minn. Ave. «t leaning JLnHIUn ld N I T* 5400. Free Parklnr. C-8 Bue to Deer. Cent. 1-11. TOMMY and JIMMY DORSEY In "THE FABULOUS DORSEYS.” and RANDOLPH SCOTT in "WESTERN UNION."_ i Starts tomorrow: CHARLIE CHAP LIN In "MONSIEUR VERDOUX." HAVT An 28th 8 Alabama Ave. S.E AHIlrUn v, 4000 Con, Free Parklnr. C-2 Bus to Door. VAN JOHNSON In "THE ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE,” 1, 3:05. 6:16, 7:20. 0:30. Starts tomorrow: CHARLIE CHAP LIN in "MONSIEUR VERDOUX." i — .. oniairrcc 1119 H s* n.e. rnimrbaa Tr. woo Com. 1-111 Double Feature Program Dally, tnw r. Rr-IRTNSON in "TKt BFn HOUSE.” and FRANCES LANGFORD in "BEAT THE BAND.'' | CTATP Phone Falls Ch«rrh 1JJJ u I ft 1 Cs Shows 7 and 9 Air Condltlontd THE GHOST AND MRS MUIR." GENE TIERNEY, REX HARRISON I PE* A Treat for the Intlre Fnmily. Shows 7 and * P. M. TRAIL STREET," RANDOLPH SCOTT. ANNE JEFFREY8. . ARLINGTON J,** "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW.' JUNE HAVER and MARK! STEVENS. WILSON 'Z? t* eeewwei Phone OX. 14(0 'THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR,'' GENE TIERNEY. REX HARRISON. & CUT AM 3164 Wilson Rlvd. AaBlUH Phone Oxford 1139 HEARTACHES” and "THE CRIM SON KEY.” BUCKINGHAM «-£*** & "I WONDER WHO’8 KISSING HER NOW.” JUNE HAVER and MARK STEVENS._ Cl rap 2130 No. Glebe ltd. UleEsRIEi free Forking. Oxford 4244. Hearing Aids—Air Cenditioned THE WEB.” ELLA RAINES. *D MOND O'BRIEN. pybn 104 S. Wayne St. " 1 nu Arlington, Vo. OX. 1733 Hearing Aids—Air Conditioned Ample Perking Spare "ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE,” VAN JOHNSON. JANET LEIGH. A» WARNER BROS/ THEATERS for Additional Information Phone The aters Direct or Call Jtfpublic till. Warnor Path* News Shown. Tb*at*re Marked ★ Air Conditioned. Theater* Bavin* Matin***. * AMBASSADOR ’** *£ *« Iren* Dunn*. Wm. Powell, "Life With father,” 1, 8:10, 6:20, 7:26. *:4t». Adm., Mat.. 80c; Eve.. >1.26: Children. 50c. * BEVERLY 15,h 4 1 N1 11 3:00 unvnaiil Mat. 1 P.M. Van Johnson. “Romance ot Roar Ridge,” 1. 3:10. 6:20, 7:30, 8:40. * CM VFRT 2324 Wia. Av*. N.W. If JUaYt.lt I wo 2343 Mol. 1 P.M. June Haver, "I Wonder who a Kitting Her Now, at 1. 3:06, 6:10, 7:20. 8:30. * rniTRM 425 9,h n.w. lUlnAli ME. 2841 Open 70:45 ?*n* Kelly. "Living in a Big Way.” 11, 26. 5:50, 9:15: George O'Brien in "Daniel Boone," at 1, 4:25, 7:56._ * KENNEDY K,nn,dy Nr-4,h N W oaa.aiava.lf a *4 6600. Mot. 1 P.M. John Mllla, Valeria Hobson, "Great Ex pectations.” 1, 3:05, 6:15. 7:20, 8:80. * PFNM N. Av* at 7th S.E. rMin „ 32oo, Mat. 1 p.m. * SKERIDAN*®" 2400. Moh’^rM. Larry Parka. Evelyn Keyes, In "Jolion Story," at 1:20, 4:05, 6:46. 9:35. * CI1 VFR Go- Av*. & Col*avill* Pik* 0IAITM1 JH 55Q0 Ma( , fM Larry Parki, Evelyn Keyea in “Jolaon Story," at 1:15, 4. 6:45. 8:36,_ ★ TIVni I ',4lh * fork Pd. N.W. SSfWlal CQ ,g00 Mo( . pM Van Johnson, Janet Leigh. "Romance of Rosy Ridge." 1. 3:05, 5:10. 7:20, 9:35. ★ UPTOWN Conn. Avo. A Newark oriuwnwo uoo ^ , PM Van Johnson, "Romance of Rosy Ridge.” at 1:06, 8:16, 6:20. 7:26. 9:35. Theater# Haring Evening Performance*. * APOLLO 424 V* Na*io" ,s“ 0«n* Tierney. Rex Harrison In “Ohoat and Mrs. Muir.” at 7:10, 9:30. * AVALON 44,2 A~-^ Hedy Lamarr. Dennia O’Keefe in "Dla honorad Lady." at 6:10, 7:50, 9:30. AYE. GRAND 443 ** Joan Fontaine. "Ivy." a, 7~:65. 9:46. * COLONY 4933 Av* N w vviewn ■ Of 43oo Join Crawford. Van Heflin in IMIW at 6:56, 9:20. I HOME 1230 c *'• NE “WI*“ t*. sm 'That’s Man." 6:30. fi:28; Hobart Lowery, "Killer at Larga.” at 8:08 * MaeARTHUR 4M9 M«A'""" iiaanni h«b!W n w or 4400 Van Johnson. Janet Lelih In "Romanes of Rosy Ridge." at 5:46. 7:45. 9:48. * SAVOY 3030 ,4*h St- N.W. on * w ■ co, 494B Anita Louise In "Bulldog Drummond at Bay," at 6:38, 8:10. 960. SErn 8244 Go. Ave., Silver Spring ,, W SH. 2540. Forking Space Maureen O'Hara in "Miracle on 34th ~at B:35' Monte Hale in Along Oregon Trail," at S:16, TAKOMA 4,h* ,u;r,7u' *'• GE. 4312. Parking Space Mllieraon Case," 6 R:65: Betty Hut ton. Perlle of Pauline," 7:10. 10:05. * YORK Go Av® * QuebeTPI. N.W. eveaea RA. 44Q0 Either Williams In “Piaata,” at 5:45. 7:45, 9:40. Fairlawn Amuse. Co. Theaters HIGHLAND Af373,T:nnai Av;-3E A I. 73U. Air Cond. BSrafigMMMHP AiLium'ctar JAMES MASON in "ODD MAN OUT ” At 6:50 and 0:20. C08SBBJ ™ “ft* *;• «, .Charlea Dickena' Great Novel Becomes I Mottom Picture. "GREAT EX PECTATION8." At 6:4.r>. 9:15_ f AIRLAWN 1342 Good Hope Rd. S.I. niniinnn u 9)93 AIr c#(|d Double Feature—WARNER BAXTER in "MILLERSON CASE." At 6:15 9 JACK HALEY in "PEOPLE ARE FUNNY." At 7:25. 10._ LAUREL L*ur®1' Md- Lowr®i m. iinuiaui Air Conditioned. HEDY LAMARR and DENNIS O'KEEFE in "DISHONORED LADY," ANACOSTIA 14,s3eG7u. S *"d Air Cendltiened—Matinee Dally VAN JOHNSON in "ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE." At 1:05. 3:10. 8:16. 7:20. 9:25, _■ CAPITA! Capitol Heights, Md. vnriiuie Hl 4740 A|f c#nd *»> "ODD man OUT." At 6:50 *nd Also laurel and hardy. —IIDNEY LUST THEATERS - DRIVF-IN °" »ol*. Pike. 3 Min. WnlYL 111 Roft y ef M TO jjqq Two Big Hits! Open 7:30. T eet MI>Vi t unit » T Tt oat w..t ... ■PRISONER OP ZENDA ” At 7:30. 10:<0. *!nd Bi* Hit—“CLUB HAVANA.'1 At 9:30.___ HIPPODROME N- YMAEVw4M,n* Air Conditioned. Dooro Open 1:45. Winner of Six Academy Awards— "HOW GHEEN WAS MY VALLEY " R FT UPC VIA Out Wisconsin Avo„ lust MIOUVIlp,,, tost-West Highway Wl. 2868 or «686. Free Parkin*—Air Conditioned Today-Tomor—At 7:05, 9.35. JAMES MASON in "ODD MAN OUT." MTT II Rockville, Md., R«*k. 2434 Air Conditioned. Free Parking. Today-Tomor.—At 7:40. 9:33. JOAN BENNETT In "THE WOMAN ON THE BEACH." __ KAYWfinn Eastern Avo. lot. R. I. MIHUVU A Mich. Avos. WA.MH Free Parkin*—Air Conditioned. Eoulnned With Hearin* Aid Seta. Doors Open 6:15. Show 6:30. Today Only—At 6:30. 8:15. 9 45 TOMMY DORSEY. JIMMY DORSEY and JANET BLAIR in "THE FABULOUS i DORSEYS" CAMEO ""’Whir Hlr I Air Conditianrd—Today-Tomor. Two Bl( Hits I—OREOORY PECK. JOAN BENNETT In ’THE M A COMBER AF- ' FAIR.” Plus Second Bl* Hit—"WILD COUNTRY." Last Complete Show P:10._' htattsvdXe UN. 1130 ar Hyatts. 0532. Free Parkin*—Air Conditioned. Doors Open 6:15. Shew 6:30. Last Day—At 7:10, 9:40. JUNE HAVER. MARK STEVENS In "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW " CHEVERLT Hi*hw-1' i vm.Ti.nio i ot londov»r u M | UN. 0100—Air Conditioned. Free Parkin* on Pared Lot. Dooro Open 6:15. Shear 0:30. Last Day—At 7:0S. 9:38. VAN JOHN SON in "THE ROMANCE OF ROBY RIDGE." MARLBORO Uppar ^Marlboro, Md I JOAN FON^^".4n“^" At 7:15. " - " ——» | Hollywood: | (Continued From Page A-24.1 in Paris all have the new, very long hemline. Glenn Ford will not be doing "wild calendar”—for a long time anyway—because he was Just started "The Return of October,” and it will take him through to December. The name of Glenn's leading lady is Terry Moore. Lucille Ball is smiling because hubby Desi Arnaz is making a deal to bring himself and his band to Slapsle Maxie's tor a long time. Then he and Lucille don’t have to be parted by work. Martha Vickers’ parents are try ing to persuade her not to give up her motion-picture career. They will succeed if a good part in a good movie comes along for Martha. Jane Russell goes to New York after finishing “The Paleface.” Jane has no movie commitments after this one—until Howard Hughes decides on something for her. Mr. Hughes, by the way, has to put a new ending to "The Outlaw’’ for the Australian market. “Down Under” they like law and order, they say. so Jack (Forgotten Man) Beutel will be grought to trial and punished—for the Aussiee. * * * * Martha Scott is not going to star in "All My 8ons,’’ I am told by William Dozier of Universal-Inter national. They are testing Dorothy Hart tomorrow for the picture which already has Edward G. Robinson and Burt Lancaster. Robert Ryan just back from Ger many, says that the Army has or dered prints of “Crossfire” to be snown in occupied »ones. The movie already has been booked for six Ber lin theaters. Janet Blair aays her boat has been stolen. Now I've heard every thing! Janet says it you find a snowbird sailboat, return it to her at Columbia—she’ll be there for the next three months making “Let’s Fall In Love.” Charles Korvin is fascinated by the money to be made in perfumes. He and his wife are opening a shop in Beverly Hills and will sell some thing called “Femme” and another exciting smell by the name of “Green Fruit”! Charles Boyer had some of his dialogue in “Mortal Coils" clipped by the Johnston Office, but they left enough of it in to make an interesting, adult story. Sir Alexander Korda will make his Thomas Mann Epic, ‘“nie Magic Mountain” in Hollywood—at 30th Century Fox. He would give part of his title to get Ingrid Bergman for the feminine lead. * * * * June Allyson, who loathes flying, is planing to go to Ariaona five minutes after she finishes "Virtu ous.” Yes, to join Husband Dick Powell on location. "I saw him off at 4: SO this morning in his own plane,” June tells me on the set, “and I couldn't rest until he called me at 8 to say he'd arrived safely." If anything ever happens to this marriage. I’ll never believe in love again. These two are positively crasy about eafch other. Robert Montgomery, having wrap ped up “Ride a Pink Horse,” is playing the farmer at his New York estate. Yvonne De carlo says it’s a re lief to have no man in her life at this time. “I can concentrate better AMUSEMENTS W Trant-Lae Enclutioe MJ H MANOLETE— » Great Bullfighter lut right and Tragic End Thou tana« Mourn Patting Fiorello LaGuardia Foarlott American “Packars” Top “Redakina” _m Variety Club Gama WMAL Newscasts a Last Show 10:41 SIT IN YOUR CAR AND ENJOY THE MwH l It I taalS1' At 7:30, 1 0 : S S. ■ 1 II I iWHIt' Mickey Raaney la 1 I ll I kiflL' “HOOSIF.R SCHOOL- ■ I \\ 1 in boy ” »* *:i°- jg ON RT.1«0NIV 3MLS0. OF ALEXEI f^RKO KEITH’S I ▼ 0m> U. I. Tniwry on ISIk St. (OPEN lt:4S AM. • SUN. H:M PJL ■ W (MURRAY framot oari^^IV^ trtktf-1 ORCHESTRA 1 |(rt'. * jjSVs} V <m ^KS^RY^FONDA sSa and the new Star MlJM °H BARBARA BELL OEDDES,!"*^, * l VINCENT PRICE IN M JpT iff "THE LONG NIQHT" ■ t ww^JJr Ij/7 ALL-DAY TOUR OF Skyline Drive H*W in Air-Cooled Motor Coocb ■ v Every Tuesday, Thursday, 1/ Saturday, Sunday Hr Most scenic and historic tour V in the U. S. See Skyline Cav er erns, Skyline Drive. Shenendoah ■ National Park. Luncheon stop ■ at Skyline Terrace. Leave 9:30 M A.M. 9-hour trip. 1 lneUax sc.50 ■ admissions ^^p If See Tour Travel Agent Or ■ Phono Dl. 0600 ■ Local Office: ISIS N. T. Ave. n.m K Daily loors of Washington. Ride B the Nation-wide Grayline Way 1 on my singing and acting,” aha tails me. ♦ * * * Ingrid Bergman is planning a beautiful evening dress made of fig leaves—for her Eve role in Leo Mc Carey’s "Adam and Eve”! Leo hasn’t signed up Adam, as yet. Cornel Wildes wife, Pat Knight, has the second feminine lead in "The Fabulous Texan.” She got the role after Eddie Granger saw the test she made with Comel. Gene Tierney, when she returns to Hollywood, will find her ex, Oleg Cassini, installed at 20th Century Fox to design her costumes. Oleg has given up his Independent dress business. Joan Blondell’s big Hollywood home is up for sale. Joan says that she will buy three smaller houses— one in Hollywood, one in the moun tains and one at Newport Beach. And. of course, she and Husband Mike Todd will spend much time in New York. Orson Welles tells me that he 1st now planning to make a picture in1 10 days! * * * # Ingrid Bergman will positively have no romance at all in her Joan of Arc picture, now called “Joan.” So I am wondering where Helmut Dantine fits in. I’m told he has a part in the movie. Lou Costello is on the spot. He is supposed to be doing "The Noose Hangs High” at Eagle-Lion now. ^nd he has a positive commitment at Universal-International for late October to do "The Brain of Frank enstein.” Lou still is quite sick, but he’s hoping to make at least one of them. (Holoased hr North Amorlctn Niieuw Alliance.) f—'1 " > COAL PROMPT DELIVERY Va. anthracite 4 jf A f\ Egg and stove I4.4U Chestnut,-14.65 Pea- 11.75 Hard structure coal Blue Egg-11.32 Pocahontas Egg_14.44 Pocahontas Stove_14.35 Penn. Anthracite—Bifheat Qual ity—AU Site#—Call for Price# LONG TERMS FINANCE FLAN BLUE RIDGE COAL GO., INC. ME. 5545 JA. 1900 Park Commission Plans Separate County Staff Establishment of separate plan ning, engineering and technical stalls for Prince Georges and Mont gomery Counties was announced to day by Erwin I. Main, chairman of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission. The Prince Georges County staff1 will be housed in quarters in the Hyattsvllle area for which negotia tions are under way. The Mont gomery group will remain at the commission's headquarters, 8500 Colesville road, Silver Spring. Technical director of the Prince Georges County staff will be Fred W. Tummler, while A. Morton Thomas and William Burrage will act as chief and planning engineer, respectively, in Montgomery County. Mr. Main explained that the move will result in greater convenience to residents of both counties and ETEHHG PABKMG 40* Y.M-:° CAPITAL GAUGE 13SO N. Y. Ave. N.W. Between 13th and 14th In increased efficiency. Be empha sised that the new arrangement will not ehange or affect the com mission’s planning functions. Missing Kensington Man And Children Safe Bethesda detectives said today they had learned that Toby De Franzeschi, 36, who disappeared last Saturday with his two children from his Kensington home, is out of town and In good health. They added, however, that his exact whereabouts are unknown. Meanwhile, his wife. 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