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AMUSEMENTS.
TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES
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ERROL FLYNN. PATRICIA WYMORE.
SCOTT FORBES in ROCKY MOUNTAIN,"
at 6:20, 8:06. 9:60.
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AD 3100
"The Community Art Cinema."
A Screen Scoop! One of the Great
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WM. POWELL AND
CAROLE LOMBARD
In GREGORY LA CAVA'S Production of
“MY MAN GODFREY”
EXTRA: "ART SURVIVES THE TIMES."
Feature at 6:12, 8:07, 10:02.
CABOUMA mh onliN 3-447,Av,‘ st
JOHN GARFIELD in “UNDER MY SKIN”:
RICHARD WIDMARK in “BLACK BART.”
STANTON ‘,h a"dl.C4.&*Nt
Inaugurating a Midweek Policy of tha
Greatest International Films
TODAY AND TOMORROW
The Sexy, Frisky Frenchie Film Success
"GIGI”
The Picture That Played 7 Big Weeks at
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—On the Same Bill—
The Greatest Comedy That Ever Came
Out of England
"PASSPORT TO PIMLICO”
You II Rave About This Picture!
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HISEB BETHESDA UU^F
LANA TURNER. RAY MILLAND in
“A LIFE OF HER OWN”
At 5:45. 7:45. 9:4(> P.M.
fStartmg Tomorrow 1 P.M. Continuous:
EDMUND OWENN, BURT LANCASTER,
DOROTHY McOUIRE in "MR. 880.")
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First Uptown Showing. ROBERT
MONTGOMERY. LESLIE BANKS.
"EY* WITNESS." 1:30, 8:28. 6:30,
7:40. 0:45..
ATLAS ■ 331 N S». N.f. AT 8300 j
L«st Washington Showing of the
Most Beloved Minstrel Man and Hero
of . .the QI's— 'JOlSon SINGS
JpATN," plus BRODERICK CRAW
FQRD. CARGO TO CAPETOWN.'
From Our Stage. R:16—Win Your
Turkey Dinner. 1ft BIG DRESSED
TURKEYS TO BE GIVEN AWAY
AS DOOR PRIZES.
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Doors Open « p.m. JUNE ALLYSON.
DICK POWELL "RIGHT CROSS"
oU™**-4ft. pius ERROL FLYNN, ANN
3HERIDAN "SILVER RIVER." 7:1,ft
On Stage 9 p.m —12 TURKEYS
GIVEN AWAY FREE.
SENATOR Minn' Av* "'Zoning
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Doors Open a p m Last Picture of
the World's Greatest Entertainer.
“JOLSON SINGS AGAIN. ' In Color.
6:30- in. Plus “APRIL SHOWERS,”
n Technicolor. 8:32.
EXTRA—TURKEYS GIVEN AWAY
FREE ON STAGE, 8:20.
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Doors Open 8 p.m JUNE ALLYSON. ,
DICK , POWELL. "RIGHT CROSS." |
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TON. MAUREEN O'HARA, "JAMAICA j
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Doors_ Open 815. Last Picture of
the World's Greatest Entertainer,
"JOLSON SINGS AGAIN." m Techni
color. 6:30. 10. "APRIL SHOWERS."
in Technicolor. 8:25.
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JUNE ALLYSON, DICK POWEL in
RIGHT CROSS." at 8. 7:54. 9:48,
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«^J„MILLAND^ HEDY LAMARR In
« CANYON " (Technicolor i.
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ROBERT CUMMINGS. JOAN CAUL
FIELD in ‘‘PETTY GIRL" (Technl
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AMBASSADOR Maureen O'Hara I
in "Rio Grande," at 1:10. 3:20. 5:26,
7:30. 9:40._
aval All Lana Turner. Ray Mll
AVAlsUn land ln "Lile ot Her
Own." at 7. 9:30.__
A VP f! DA tin Double Feature:
AYIi. URAnU Glenn Ford, Broder
ick Crawlord ln "Convicted," at 6:15,
9:40: Robert Mitchum in "Fighting
Command." at 7:55,
Big Poultry Night Tonight—Five
IBig Turkeys Given Away Free at
8 P M.
DTVTDIV Double Peature: War
D&VMtLI ner Baxter ln “Prison
Warden.” at 2:20. 5:20, 8:25: John
Archer ln "Destination Moon," at 3:20.
6:25. 9:25.
Tomorrow Midnight Show: Boris
Karloff. Bela Lugosi in "Black Fri
day." at 1 AM: Turban Bey. David
Bruce In "Mad Ghoul.” at 12
Midnight.
PilWPUT Burt Lancaster. EtT
vAliV 1*111 mund Gwenn. Dorothy
McGuire ln "Mr. 880,” at 2. 3:45, 5:35,
7:30. 9:35.
Special—5 Beltsville "Blue Tag”
Turkeys to Be Given Away Pree
Tonight at 8 PM.
PPinVlTl £To u ble Feature:
vLnlAAla James Stewart ln
"Broken Arrow.” at 11, 2:25, 6:55,
9:25: Dan Dailey in "Chicken Every
Sunday," at 12:55. 4:05, 7:55.
COLONY Barbara Stanwyck. Wen
vubvn c deI1 Corey ln ,.The Puneg ..
at 6:45. 9:25.
DAMP Double Feature: Eleanor
nUFIL Parker ln "Three Secrets.”
at 6:15. 9:35: MacDonald Carey ln
“The Lawleis." at 8:10.
irruunpv Errol Flynn. Patricia
A&nfWJbX Wymore In “Rocky
Mountain." 2, 3:55, 6:60. 7:48, 8:46.
PENN R*x Miliand, Hedy Lamarr,
a ****** m "Copper Canyon.” 1:25,
3:25, 5:25: 7:35. 9:35.
Tomorrow—Thanksgiving Eve Stage
and Screen Midnight Show. 11:30
P.M. On the Stage—Betty Madina
ln Person. Charlie Cliff N.B.C. Or
chestra and Others. On Screen—
Burt Lancaster ln "Mr. 880.”
CRVAV Double Feature: Bob Hopa
&AVU1 in "Fancy Pant*." at 8:35.
9:35: Robert Hutton ln "Beauty on
Parade." at 8:10.__
CPF A Double Peature: Bob Hope ln
AIiUU "Fancy Pants.” at 6:25, 8:40;
Lon McCallister in "Boy From Indi
an a, "atSi'Kt_
CUPDTn A V Rax Miliand. Hedy
dllblliUnll Lamarr in "Copper
Canyon." 2:15. 4:05. 5:50, 7:40. 9:30.
CIV VPC Rax Miliand, Hedy Lamarr
alls VIili in "Copper Canyon," at
1:20. 3:25. 5:25. 7:30. 9:35._
TAVAMA Double Feature: Bar
lAAUItA bara Stanwyck ln "The
Furies." at 6:15. 9:25: Charles Me
Graw in "Armored Car Robbery," 8:20.
TIVOLI-UPTOWN SBKft
‘Copper Canyon.” 1:25, 3:25, 5:25,
7:35, 9:33.__
VflDV John Garfield. Patricia Neal
XUnlV in “The Breaking Point,” at
6. 7:50, 9:50.
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RAY MILLAND. HEDY LAMARR In
"COPPER CANYON," in Technicolor,
at 6:15. 8:00. 8:50.__
ATLANTIC Nlchel> Av*' & Atlantic It.
EDMUND GWENN. BUET LANCASTER,
DOROTHY McGUIRE in MISTER
680 " at 6:20. 8, 0:40._
FAIRLAWN 1342 Go£ h;.Soom'
Double Feature: GREGORY PECK in
• TWELVE O CLOCK HIGH.” at 6:15.
8:30; ROBERT MITCHUM In "THE
BIG STEAL.” at 8:211._
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BARBARA STANWYCK. WALTER HUB
TON in __THE FURIES." at 6:55. 0:25.
ANACOSTIA ,4slGoolxHo2p;J4Rd
EDMUND GWENN. BURT LANCASTER.
DOROTHY McGUIRE in "MISTER
880.” at 1:25. 3:25, 5:25. 7:25. 9:25.
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DICK POWELL JUNE ALLYSON. RI
CARDO MONTALBAN in “RIGHT
CROSS " at 7:10. 0:40: Plus “CASINO
TO KOREA." at 6:25. 8:55._
LAUREL K r,d3
JANE WYMAN. KIRK DOUGLAS Jn
“THE GLASS MENAGERIE.”
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LANA TURNER. RAY MILLAND In “A
LIFE OF HER OWN.” at 6:65. 8:25.
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Open 5:30 P.M. Show starts «. Today,
Tomor.: JUNE ALLYSON. DICK POW
ELL LIONEL BARRYMORE In "RIGHT
CROS8." at H:K'. 8:10. 10.
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Free Parking. Today. Tomor.: ANN
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in "SAN QUENTIN.” at 7:06. 0:46.
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LIONEL BARRYMORE in "RIGHT
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Today Tomor.; JANE WYMAN. KIRK
DOUGLAS in "GLASS MENAGERIE, '
at 7:11. 0:10.
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Hollywood Diary
(Continued From Page A-20.)
glamor treatment in ‘‘Kind Lady.”
She gets Greer Garson’s favorite
camera director, Joe Ruttenberg.
What Joe doesn’t know about
making a gal look beautiful, you
can forget.
Ann Sheridan is lingering in
Florida to eat her Thanksgiving
turkey with Steve Hannagan.
* * * *
William Holden not only takes
wife, Brenda, and the three chil
dren to Palm Springs for the
holidays, but his mother and
father too.
Ella Raines with Maj. Robin
Olds at The King's Restaurant.
The major flew in from Pitts
burgh to visit Ella's ailing father
Wasn't it fortunate that Lane
Turner couldn’t be loaned to
Harry Cohn for "Born Yester
day”? It was printed at the time
that Harry wanted her for his
$1 million—that’s the price he
paid—Epic. Now, because of Judy
Holliday, the huge investment is
going to pay off. She is the pic
ture.
* * * *
Mrs. Dan Dailey goes into court
next week to file her divorce suit.
They have worked out the custody
of little Dan: He will live with
his mother—but can be visited
by his father at any time, and
spends vacations with him.
Joe E. Brown will be the next
big comic with his own TV show.
But joe isn’t signing anything
until he completes his "Cap'n
Andy” role in “Showboat.”
Director Joe Mankiewfecz is
really serious about living perma
nently in the East. He tells me he I
is making the switch mostly be
cause of his children. Doesn't
want to raise 'em in swimming
pools.
In the 1950 Community Chest
campaign, 357,345 residents of the
National Capital area contrib
uted gifts which were distributed
among 105 Red Feather agencies.
Man Faces Murder Charge In Third Shooting of Wife
Arthur Daniel Dixon, who ad
mitted shooting his wife twice be
fore, was ordered held for the
grand jury on a murder charge
yesterday, after an inquest.
He is charged with killing his
wife. Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon, 35, of
the 200 block of Ninth street S.E.,
during a family argument Satur
day night.
The 42-year-old colored man
shot his wife last May and again
in June with a rifle, police said,
but she had refused to prosecute.
Mrs. Dixon died of bullet wounds
in the chest and stomach. Police
said Dixon fired six times at his
wife with a .38-caliber revolver.
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OVER 100400 MALAYAN MDEPRNDENT RUBBER GROWERS SEU. THEIR SHEETS OF RUBIER TO LOCAL MERCHANTS FOR THE SINGAPORE MARKET. A MALAYAN GOVERNMENT agricultural export shows a grower how to
top his robber tree to got l^o best results.
VITAL U.S. IMPORT HELPS SUPPORT MILLIONS OF SOUTHEAST ASIANS
This is a crucial year in Southeast Asia -1- as well as in
the United States. For Southeast Asia produces over 90%
of all the natural rubber used in the world. This year the
demand for natural rubber has been great. Malaya and
other rabber-growing areas have gone all-out to meet this
demand. This year production of natural rubber hits an
all-time high.
America is by far the world’s largest user of this rubber.
Its great industrial production is based on steel — and rub
ber. And although its government-owned synthetic rubber
plants provide insurance against loss of Southeast Asia as
a source of rubber, America still relies on natural rubber
for many essential military and civilian products.
Rubber is also the major economic tie between Asia and
the U.S. In the fight against Communism, if strengthens
the support of millions of Southeast Asians whose stand
ard of living depends upon it. Malayans have fought for
two years against the Communist gangs in the jungles
while they produced the rubber needed by the world. To
date this fight has been successful. The Communists in
Malaya now have only two hopes — outside aid or a
depression among the rubber growers.
Today, Malayan rubber growers are benefiting by. the
exceptional demand for their product, and are heartened
by the prompt action of the United Nations in Korea.
Natural rubber is one of the few major agricultural prod
ucts in the world that is selling on a free market — uncon
trolled by any producing government, cartel or monopoly.
The millions of rubber growers in Southeast Asia will
continue to produce every ounce of rubber possible during
this time of critical demand, and will continue to improve
their product and to develop essential new uses of rubber
to serve America in years to come.
HCRI ARI MALAYAN YOUNOSTCRS, the toUxr farmm of tomorrow,
Womlnq hew to bod-groft a rubber troo wHh a Wghw-ywlding (train.
(HD RUMCR TRIES ore killed bet left (toning while higher-yielding young
onoc Qioof on o rubber plontotion*
1
MACHINERY or Mm small rvbbar (arm Is simp la. Ibis andont wangle forms
shoots of rvbbar from Mm eoaguiatod sulk of Mm rvbbar Iroo.
Un IN MAIAYA takes an a frontier aspect as rubber growers prated
fcortnukros from Red bandits. Here is a jungle patrol in action.
BEFORE THE KOREAN WAR, Malayan rubber growers advertised important
new uses for their product in American magazines and newspapers.
X
. Natural Rubber
Bureau
1491 K Street, N.W., Washington 4, D.C.
This Bureau was established in 1949 by the
natural rubber growers of Malaya, Ceylon
and French Indo-China. H serves as an in
formation center about natural rubber and
invites inquiries. Current booklets include
£ "NATURAL RUBBER AND YOU," which teds
haw natural rubber is grown and gives
statistics on production and consumption.
^ Write for a free copy.

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