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Poles Fear Destruction
|By a Reunited Germany 1 By MARTIN S. JBAYDEN " fj or th American Newspaper Alliance v* WARSAW, Aug. 23 (A 5 ). ‘•Adolph Hitler live* u com munism's beet ally to Poland. ; a visiting American* reporter ;• finds everywhere affection lor •* Americans and intense dislike of ; Russians, but always there is a ■„ qualification: Poles hate Ger mans most of all and every Pole foresees the day when a reu nited Germany might again de stroy Poland. '« it is an interesting balance sheet concocted from past his tory and today’s practicalities^ Millions of Poles migrated to America and the money they , send the “old country” is a major item in Poland’s economy. Under the so-called “PKO” sys . tem. dollars deposited at offices in the States are paid off at the Polish post office with certificates entitling the recipient to buy, at dollar value, Polish products nor . mally sold only in the export '■ trade. 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This is the third of seven reports or Poland. know the story of the massacre of 11,000 World War n Polish officers in the Katyn Forest and 1 only Communist leaders make any pretense of believing that Germans, not Russians, were the; ' murderers. ’ Above all, Warsaw still remem . bers that a Russian army, led -by Marshal Constantin Ro ’ kossovsky, first called on the ( Warsaw underground to fight the 1 Germans openly and then sat on i the opposite bank of the Vistula : while the Nazis methodically • slaughtered the men who might i otherwise have set up a Polish 'government at least partially in ; dependent of Moscow, s The same Rokossovsky today i : commands the Polish army and : is one of the loads the Commu i nists have to carry In selling ■ their regime to the people. May Rase "Temple” , Anti-Russian feeling was last , openly manifest here in fist fights 5 between Poles and the 6,000 con , structlon workers Moscow sent to build the temple of culture that was Stalin’s gift to Warsaw. It is a common Polish prediction t that one day Poles will tear down i the towering marble “temple” r just as, in 1921, they removed ■ every trace of the Russian ortho r dox cathedral that the Czar built l here In 1913 as another sort of t Russian shrine. But that day’s coining will be delayed by hatred of Germany. • Poland hasn’t forgotten Hit • ler’s order that the “unter r mensch” (subhuman people) of Poland should be destroyed, and the killings that reduced War saw's population from 1,000,000 to 100,000 half-starved souls hid ing In the ruins when the Nazis left. The memory is kept fresh by the monument to the 300,000 Jews killed in the Warsaw ghetto and by the preservation as mu seums of such concentration camps as Maidenak where rooms piled with shoes, boxes of gold teeth and bags of human hair recall 3,000.000 Nazi prisoners scientifically exterminated. And, If Poles should let time erase memories, Europe’s geogra phy reminds them of Germany’s continued threat. Clash Over Stettin Seen Poland’s new industrial econ omy is based on mines and fac tories in the Silesian complex ! Russia gave It in the breakup of Germany. Every Pole knows that no future German government can survive without some effort to get back such cities as Stettin, which is Berlin's port, and Bres lau, the old capital of German Silesia. A Polish newspaperman who admits America would win a hundred to one in a popularity contest against the Russians then adds: “But we all know that West Germany is an American ally.” A non-Communist in the foreign office puts it another way. "Poland,” he says, "cannot go back to the prewar madness when it feuded with Germany, insulted Russia and argued with Czechoslovakia. We have to tie to some big power. America talks about Polish ‘liberation’ but all Poles know that we have to de pend on Russia to protect us from Germany.” Six Per 1,000 Palsied 1 NEW YORK —lt Is estimated that 6 per 1,000 live-born babies 'suffer with cerebral palsy,Which ranks second only to polio among diseases as a crippler ofi 'children. More than Half of these 'children are likely to have eye defects. Karachi Urges Kashmir March KARACHI, Aug. 23 (fl I ). Taking a leaf from the Indians’ book, the central executive of thte Pakistan Christian League called today for a peaceful march on the Indian-held part of Kashmir. The League scheduled the march for September 15. Zafar Iqbal, general secretary of the organization, called for 10,000 volunteers and said he would lead them in the invasion. League officials freely acknowl edged they got their idea from Indians who for the past year have periodically staged “non violent” Invasions of the Portu guese territories on India’s west coast. In the most recent such in vasion, on August 15, Portuguese border guards killed some 20 of the Indian marchers. Prime Minister Nehru, who has re peatedly demanded transfer to India of the' Portuguese areas, termed the shotlng of the marchers “brutal and uncivilized In the extreme” and ordered the Portuguese consulates in India closed. The big Himalayan state of Kashmir has been divided be tween an Indian-dominated gov-' ernment and a pro-Pakistan fraction since a U. N. cease-fire at the end of 1948 ended fighting in the state between Indian troops and tribesmen from Paki stan’s northwest frontier. The state’s population is largely Moslem and Mr. Nehru has per sistently rejected United Nations plans for a plebiscite to decide whetbter Kashmir should join India or Pakistan. Swedish Trade Up STOCKHOLM.—In both vol ume and value. Swedish exports as well as imports reached new: highs last year. Exports ln-j creased by 7 per cent over 1953;! Imports rose 13 per cent. 'Giveaway* Show To Offer SIOO,OOO , NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (/P>.— The producers of the television show, “The $64,000 Question” . have decided to top it with a 1 new giveaway involving a SIOO,- ’ 000 cash prize, it was reported 1 last night. ! The new half-hour program, called “The Big Surprise,” is to * start over the NBC network Oc-; ■ tober 2. It is produced by Louis: ; G. Cowan, Inc., the independent package show company that also 1 produces "The $64,000 Question” over CBS and “Stop the Music” ’ over ABC. I A spokesman for the company ' said it would be a “novelty j ■ishoi”” In which contestants] ■ would solve riddles rather than t answti direct questions as on a quiz show. Sponsors for the SIOO,OOO - giveaway reportedly already . been found. > Car Hits Officer, j Driver Fined S4OO . A Washington man whose car i knocked down a Park Police man August 15 was fined S4OO r on a drunken driving charge | yesterday in Alexandria Police i Court. * I I Taylor W. Gray, 37, of the 2800 I; block of Quebec road N.W., filed jan appeal to the Corporation j Court after his conviction by . substitute Police Court Judge 1 Neville Hall. , Gray was charged with . drunken and reckless driving as . tef his car knocked down Park Police Pvt. Richard D. Well - man. The policeman was talking to a motorist he had stopped shortly after midnight in the 700 ■ block of South Washington L street Alexandria. Pvt. Wellman, r!4l, suffered a bruised hip and ■ 'shoulder. The reckless driving charge was dismissed yesterday. t n«T ■ AMtMprt***** Theodoric Rule Castle Is Dog Up RAVENNA, Italy, Aug. 28 (#). —Excavations have uncovered iwhat may be the original castle of Theodoric the Visigoth which Charlemagne copied for his great palace at AiX-la-Chapelle. Msgr. Prof. Mario Mazzotti, Roman Catholic Church ar-l : chaeoldgist. is directing the ex , ca vat lons beneath the crumbled liruin of the building which tour ists here usually are told was ’ the palace of Theodoric the Great. - Actually historians have knotin ifor half a century that the ruins i]are not old enough to date back i to the eariy sixth century rule tiof the kills of the Visigoths. ..They insisted, however, that NEIGHBORHOOD Films of More Than Routine Merit “THE BLACKBOARD JUNGLE”—Teacher Glenn Ford en counters juvenile delinquency in the raw. “THE COBWEB”—Stellar cast headed by Richard Widmark and Lauren Bacall in a psychiatric maze. “DADDY LONG LEGS"—Leslie Caron and Fred Astaire deftly decorate the familiar romantic fable. “THE GLENN MILLER STORY”—James .Stewart and June Allyson in a fond recall of the popular bandleader, j “LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME”—Singer Doris Day plays Singer Ruth Etting, ably abetted by James Cagney “MARTY”—Betsy Blair and Ernest Borgnfne in the heartwarm ing film that took Cannes festival honors. “REAR WlNDOW’’—Grace Kelly, James Stewart and suspense expertly wrought by Alfred Hitchcock. “SEVEN YEAR ITCH’’—Summer Bachelor Tom Ewell meets a naive (wha-a-a-a?) Marilyn Monroe. Stanley Warner Theaters Tim* Giron hT/io» If SUrtinf Thoo o t Feature Atiroction. All SUnlor Winter Theater* Are Air Conditioned. ANBASSAM^i o < *rM B i*w. “MISTER ROBERTS” /ClnemftScopet, Henry Fonda. James Cagney. Jack Lemmon. William Pow *ll. 1:00. 3:05. 5:15, T:CS. »:3.V AVAf im WO. (I-Vaoo. “Love Me ; it or Leave Me.” Doris Day. Jaman Cagney. PPVPPf P Li- 3-" anew. Free Pafk- t ng . Seven Year Itch” fCinemaScopei. Marilyn Monroe. 6:15. f1:45; "Battle Circus." Hum phrer Bogart. 3:10 ! gent tvppf WO. Free Park ing. "Seven Year Itch” fCinemaflcope>. Marilyn Monroe, 6:55. a,;tO. | rPPTPH ff ME. 6-2*41 • Near Park - '•faWInAL jng “A Man Called Peter” Richard Todd. 11:00. 2:15. 5:35. 0:15 Walt Dis nev's "Vanishing Prairie." 1:00, 4:20. 8:00. PPPPPIIV WA. 0-6600. “Seven liUPUfI year Itch” (Cinema scope). Marilyn Monroe. 6:15. 9:30; “Killers From Space.” 6:15. __ j ■VfH LI 7-ft”00. Free Parking. T- LOW “The Cobweb” (Cinema- Scope). Richard Widmark. Lauren Bacall. 2:20. 5:50, 0:20; “Double Jeopardy.” Rod Cameron. 1:10. 4:40. 8:10, j fiwow CO. a-1968. “New Faces.” dfftVUl 6:15, 9:40: "Carmen Janes,** Dorothy Dandridge. 7:50. CmrnißßT * A 6- 5100. “Seven dnLnIUF P year Itch” (Cinema- Scope). Marilyn Monroe. 6:15. 9 40; ‘They Rode West,” Robert Francis. 8:20. Tomorrow, Special Matinee. enm ic. o-ftftob albvCrll Free Parkins “SEVEN YEAR ITCH” Mortlyn Monro*. 1:30. S:OX. P 40: | -Ride The Men Down." Brian Don- ; levy. 1:90. 4:30. *:10. fIVRMI BA. 3-431*. Free Park- • IMUng in*. “Three Coin, In The Fountain" (ClnemaSeonel. Clif ton Webb. Dorothy McGuire, 3:00. P4V “Roman Holiday," Orezory , Peck, Audrey Hepburn. 7:50. TTVItI f co. s.nwe. •The cob llTUlflwro" (Cinemascope). Richard Widmark. Lauren BecaU. 5:00. ,V4V 9:40: “Pony Xxpreae. Chariton Heften. 4:00, 7:30. | IIBTIUgii WO. fl-*4ee. Near Park- UrlUßfl ini. “Seven Tear Itch" ! (Cinemascope). Marilyn Monroe. ; 5:3*. 4:53. 7:50. 9:45. K B THEATERS All CONDITIONED 1 MacABTHUR m T TS A TSoo The International Cinema Second Week J. Arthur Rank’s New 8p” Thriller, "CHANCE MEETINC. ” with Odlle Versois. at 6:15 7:55 and i» 50 p.m. Bhort Subjects at 7:50 and 9:30 p.m. Coffee. W’ith Our Compliments, in th- Piccadilly Lounge. 7 to 10 } mi fllfV G«©rg«c Av» and Porragut tULVini st NW «A 3 7700 The Continental Cinema Held Over! Becond Week! GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA 1 In Her Newest Hit. "THX WAYWARD WIPJ " *t 0:30. 8:10 and 9:80 p.m. English Dialogue. [ • Dry 4*13 *O,l Art WO * 4000 HrL ' Free Port top MARILYN MONROE. TOM EWELL, in “BEVEN YEAR ITCH.” Cinema scope. at 1:58, S:2*. 8:30. 7:38 and 9:38 p. m. LANGLEY * M %• u "* MARILYN MONROE. TOM EWELL in •‘SEVEN YEAR ITCH.” Cinemascope, at 1:30, 3:36. 6:40, 7:46 and 9:40 P m. PI nvrp Flower Ava 4 Hnay ir ltd IlaUW&n SI, Spg Md IU 8 1666 RICHARD WIDMARK, LAUREN BA CALL. CHARLES BOYER. OLORIA ORAHAME. in “THE COBWEB” Cinemascope, at 7:00 and 9:40 p.m. Short Subject* at 6:30 ayd 9:05 pm. NAYLOR V l ?** 11 RICHARD WIDMARK. JLAUREN BA CALL. in “THE COBwlB.” Cinema- Scope at 2:10, 5:45 and 9:25 p.m : Plua ROBERT FRANCIS. DONNA REED, in THEY RODE WEBT,” at I 12:45. 4:25 and 8:00 p.m, | ROCKVILLE DRIVE-IN V. 8. Roatc 246. Rockville. Md. “Seven Year Itch” , With MARILYN MONROE. TOM EWELL. Cinema-Scope, at 9:00 p.m.: Plus ROBERT FRANCIS. DONNA I REED, in "THEY RODE WEST.” at ! J0:50 p m Extra. "CARTOON CAR- I NIVAL.” at 8:35 pm. Louis Bernheimer's Theatres TOP IffV V API 1 Nil. 7-5358. MARI-! AB& fUiIiHIIA IYN MONROE, ini in “SEVEN YEAR ITCH,” .In Cinema-! ]Bcope and Color, at 6:00.1 9:28; Also •MERLE OBERON. in "BERLIN EX PRESS." at 8:00. tfPVTfIM LA. 6-4114. VIRGINIA i Hl*wiun MAYO and DENNIS KfOR-j OAN. in "PEARL OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC.” in Super Scope and Color, at 6:00. 7:48, 9:38. Thurn. Thru Sat.. Walt Disney** “DAVY CROCKETT;” Plus FIRE OVER AFRICA.” VTDVfIH kT MARILYN VLlimjn MONROE. in "SEVEN! YEAR ITCH,” in Ctnemaßcope and Color.! at 6:00, 7:55, 9:50. Wed. and Thurs., Don’t Miss That Happy Hit, "MARTY.” ■mr la. - fl-31 n.TtuRT kabnzr 1 Juet In "JUMP INTO HELL." at j flslS. 9:35: Also SHELLY WINTERS In **MAMBO. > * at 7:47, | nrrn xmo v i«4J niiliU *arttne Bpar, C DANNY KAYE. VIROINIA MAYO. .• "SECRET LITE - OP WALTER “«S MITTY." P 7IRGIVIA *2 RICHARD WIDMARK. MAI ZET TERLING. "PRIZE OF OOLD. jfimh Technicolor. 11 sch» .. —— I rriVTnP FoirOngton Vo S«9 wLIIIIIIi |g 5 iooo fro* Parkmv i s-p? Super Scope and Color. "80N OF SINBAD’’ DALI ROBERTSON. •• SALLY FORBBT. /= SHIRLIMGTOH - ClnemeScope end Color. “THE ' adventures or hajji baba/' j JOHN DEREK ELAINE STEWART. . pinny FeiHa«: v B c* j-w t Him HA fr „ "SEVEN YEAR ITCH." MARILYN MON-[ ROE. TOM EWELL. THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. TUESDAY. AUGUST *3. IBM Ithe original palace, which Char-1 lemagne looted, of its pillars and statues, must have been on that, Isite. ! Prof. Mazzotti said the excava tions have disclosed the founda tion pattern of an older building of the age and design of Theo -1 doric’s walled stronghold. Arched doorways of ancient design and a long entrance hall; have been uncovered. Beneath; the floor of an ancient chapel ■ the workers found tombs v.'hich 1 they believed may date back to the Ostrogoth period. >i : Turkish Cotton Dips i ANKARA. Turkish cottoft i production for 1954 totaled 140.- c 000 tons compared with 170,00<J J tons in 1952 and an average of 65,000 tons annually for the 111945-49 period. I SIDNEY LOST THEATERS Free Perklnz—Air C«e«ltle»e4 HILLSIDE DUVE-IR 6500 Merlbere Pike. JO. 8-7970. Ooen 7:30 MARILYN MONROE. TOM EWELL. •SEVEN YEAR ITCH." ClnemeScope. Technicolor, et 8:30; Plus ROBERT FRANCIS. DONNA REED. “THEY RODE WEST " Technicolor, et 10:50. Children Under 15. Free. Big. Free i Playground Nov Open. BELTSYILLE DBIYE-IR WE. 6-8600. Open 7:30. _ MARILYN MONROE. TOM EWELL. "SEVEN YEAR ITCH." ClnemeScope, Technicolor, ot 8:40: Plus JACK MA HONEY. "OVERLAND PACIFIC." et 10:40. Children Under 15 Free. B g. Pree Playground Now Open. At IPM JT 0-3353. MARILYN A'.leP-n MONROE. TOM EWELL. "SEVEN YEAR ITCH." ClnemeScope, Technicolor, et ,(LMv-JLsSi DAVID NIVEN. "TONIOHT'S THE NIGHT," et 8:30. Rrrurynt <>■ 5-5868. james Be* ’ »*t>»**n STEWART GRACE KELLY "REAR WINDOW." Techni color. et 5:30, 9:55: Plus AUDREY HEPBURN. HUMPHREY BOGART. WILLIAM HOLDEN. "SABRINA. at 7:30, riiFvmi v un. i-oioo. mari l.niaTXrtll,l LYN MONROE TOM EWELL. "SEVEN YEAR ITCH.” Cinemascope. Technicolor, et .:15, ! WATtSmILE^D^ MARK. LAUREN BACALL. "THE COBWEB " CinemtScope. Color, at 7:00. 9:30. KAvwnnn 7-8899. mar- Aftl Vs UUU ilyn MONROE. TOM EWELL. "SEVEN YEAR ITCH,” Cinemascope. Technicolor. At 7.10, j Vint* MILV HH. 6-7800 MAR fiKina niiiij ilyn monroe. TOM EWELL "BEVEN YEAR ITCH.” Cinemascope. Technicolor, at 7:10, 9:30. WINELARD THEATERS AIK CONDITIONED ABC DRIVE D! to. 7-235 S 7100 Indlee Heed He?., S. E. Open 7:30 pm. Kiddles Free. Cer- I toons et 8:15. ROBERT FRANCIS. DONNA RZED. In "THEY RODE WEST.” Technicolor, et 9:58. MARI LYN MONROE. TOM EWELL. In "THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH " Clneme- Scope end Technicolor, at 10:15. Always Best Food et ABC AHACOSTIA u ' s \ a r^ a Two New Technicolor Hits JOHN AGAR, in "GOLDEN MIBTRESS." et 1:011 4.00 7 00, 10:00; Also ROBERT FRANCIS. DONNA REED, in "THEY RODE WEST." et 5:35. 5:40. 8:40. HIGHLAND w sT7»ft*" ! ClnemeScope MARILYN MONROE, TOM EWELL In "THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH. - ' Technicolor, at 0:15. 8:05. ] SOI HMTIP Niehoo Av* o' Atloelic ATLAJVI*w s» if io i 5000 Cinemascope MARILYN MONROE. TOM EWEIJ. In THE BEVEN YEAR ITCH." Technicolor, et (1:13. 8:05. CONGRESS w 1 s £ Cinemascope RICHARD WIDMARK. LAUREN BACALL, in "THE COB ‘ WEB,” Technicolor, at 6:40. 9:10. f>||BKf 4703 Marlboro Pika Md IfUMlfi io 8 SISI Frn Parking Cinemascope With Stereophonic Sound and Technicolor. RICHARD WIDMARK. LAUREN BACALL, in "THE COBWEB," at 6:40. 9:15. V AITfiPT Lourgi Md. LAUIIU* Parkway 5 2113 Two Great Technicolor Hits On One Program. JAMES STEWART. JUNE ALLYBON, in THE GLENN MILLER STORY.” at 6:00. 9:45; Also JANE WYMAN. ROCK HUDSON, in "MAG NIFICENT OBSESSION.” at 8:00. CAPITOL c "°7 t ClnemeScope. DORIS DAY. JAMES ! CAONEY. in "LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME," Technicolor, et 6:15 9 40; Also "BLACK THIRTEEN." et 8:50. Neighborhood Theaters ARLINGTON PALL* CHURCH VA i JA 7 4266 BYRD CIMENA <04 ,1 IZZ* Francoise Arnoul. Raymond Pellegran, COMPANIONS OF THE NIGHT. Adult Entertainment. STATE Nl^ c » v “- Fesfi Parker. Walt Disney's “DAVY I CROCKETT, KINO OF fHE WILD i FRONTIER.” Technicolor. WILSON ‘'VW - Marilyn Monroe. Tom Ewell, ‘THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH,” Cinemascope. Color. • BUCKINGHAM w £ Fes, Parker. Walt Dlsney'g "DAVY CROCKETT. KING OF THE WILD j FRONTIER.” Technicolor, i et rap 7130 n oieb* id UIaUIC, IA / 4266 Richard Widmark. Lauren Bacall. “THE COBWEB,” Cinemascope. Ster -1 «QPhonlc Sound. Color. trrrmCnH Art tlvd * Annan Jbf r (.noun da „ Rd )E 2 8040 Marilyn Monroe. Tom Ewell, "THX SEVEN YEAR ITCH," ClnemeScope. ! Stereophonic Sound. Color. ARLINGTON £/£*** TSSS t Ernest Borgnlne. Betsy Blair. "MARTY." Grand Prise Winner ol ; International Film Fastlyal. HISERBETHESDA' 4^^ i MARILYN MONROE and TOM EWELI “7 Year Itch” , 1:15. 4JSO, 7:10. 9:30 MAUREEN OHARA “Fire Over Africa” at 3:00 P.M. only lone Week Starting Friday, ERNEST |bORONINE. • MARTY.” Pfßff r 2105 Pa Ava N W RE. ;0184 Ait Conditions Two Very Good Pictures With Spanish Dialogue "NUNCA DEBIERON AMARSE.” With VICTOR MANUEL MENDOXA, MARTHA ROTH TITO J UNCO at 6:20, 9:50: "1.0 DEL AGUA AL AGUA. With NINO MARSHALL, MANTEQUILLA. at 7.55. _ ■ iff* rnmin 645 p °- Av# * 5E * hvl. unami u 7.3222. au cond. Today and Wed. RANDOLPH SCOTT. Jn "RIDING SHOTGUN." Color. 1:15, 4:30. 17:45; ROBERT WAONER, in BENEATH i THE 12 MILE REEF,” ClnemaScopc. ‘2:35, 5:60. 9:06. i B-13 Refrigerator Sales Rise OSLO. Norwegian appliance dealers sold 540,000 electric home appliances in 1954. Re frigerator sale* totaled 38.840, compared with 5.000 in 1942. 11:30/ ROTH'S THEATRES AW CONDITIONED M I*l 1338 New ferit Are. rUIbA N.W. SI 3-4777 A Full Measure of Laughter. "VrtSH INO WELL INN.” DONALD HOUS TON. PETULA CLARK. LITTLE w ’” t n s ;‘ o The Year'g Outstanding Drama. MARIE SCHELL, in "ANGELIKA SILVER SPRING ".t, 7 ?..^* Free Parking at Rear of Theater. ; LAUREN BACALL. RICHARD WID MARK. In "TH* COBWEB." Cinema scope. Color, at 5:45. 7:50. 9:55. | Free Coffee Served In Our Lounge. DIDV savannah St at >3th St S.t ■ r nnn 811 l jf( A(o io 3.3733 ! ClnemeScope and Super Scope. AII- Technlcolor Show. MARILYN MON ROE. DONALD O’CONNER. Plug An . All-Star Caat. "THERE'S NO BUSI NESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS." 8:15. 10:00: BARBARA STANWYCK. ROBERT RYAN. "ESCAPE TO BUR MA," 8:30. Tomorrow. Special Children'* Show, “boo OP FLANDERS;” Plus 10 Cartoon*. DBIYEH TREATERS LEE HWY.-ABL. BLVD. DRIVE-IN THEATER JE. 3 9600 t Mile* West of Foils Chorch. America's Msst Beaotlfwl Drive-10. Located between 7 Cor ners and I alrfas Circle, either via Arlington Blvd. (tornlng st Gal lows Rd.) or Lev Hwy. World t Largest Screen. ’ FROM HERE TO ETERNITY” BURT LANCASTER. FRANK SI NATRA. MONTGOMERY CLIFT. “ ' “MISS SADIE THOMPSON” RITA HAYWORTH. JOSE FER RER. Jn color, at 1 1:05. Thurs.: -THE IRON MISTRESS." Continuous from Dusk. Oven 7 Kiddles Under 15 Always Free ABC DBIVE IN THEATRE See Listing • i Under Wlneland Theaters. E. M. LOEWS MT VERNON OPEN AIR Washington’s First Drlve-ln. So. of Alex. Rt. 1.. Richmond Hwy. Jost Beyond Fenn Daw. SO. 8-67*2. Soper ClnemaScopc Screen Ends Tonit*. Open at 7:00, 2 Glori ous Color Hits. Cinemascope. Allur* ing. MARILYN MONROE, in . “The Seven Year Itch” 8:35. Flu*' “Fire Over Africa” “11 MAUREEN O'HARA. 10:50, Color : Cartoon. Kiddles Free. Free. Miracle Fairyland. Wed.. “NIGHT PEOPLE and "WAR PAINT." SUNSET DRIYE-H ~£*.7l At Baileys Cress reads Open 7 p.m. It's Annleersarr Week j at The Sunset. It's Our Birthday. It's Your Party. Tonit* We Celebrate 1 With Free Pony Rides and Free Lolß- I pops to the Kiddles and on the Qiant New Cinemascope Screen. “The Magnificent Obsession” Suoerb Performances by JANE : WYMAN. ROCK HUDSON in Gorgeous Technicolor. 9:40; Plus "SLAVES OF [ BABYLON.'b (Tech ». RICHARD CONTE. LINDA CHRISTIAN. 8:20; Also Color Cartoon Kiddies (in car*! 1 Free. AfN'*ONT o r in ,Co ‘■INTERRUPTED MELODY" (Cinema- Scope* GLENN FORD ELEANOR PARKER, at 9 15: Plus "MAN FROM THE A’ AMO" (Color*. CHIIL WILIS, at 8:25. Cartoon Located in Arling ton on U S Route 1. Just Over the 14th St Bridge. Kids Free, ; SUPER CHIEF DRIVE-IH LO. 7-6766. 6461 Indianhead Hwy. Kiddies Free. RICHARD WIDMARK in “THE COB WEB.” in Cinemascope and Color, at 8:50: Also .JOHN PAYNE, in “THE BLAZING FOREST” (Tech.), at IJjICL Branch Drive-In am** Md. 6tt Ml S« *f D. a line Vie Braaek S.E.. Md. Rt. A. RE. B*BB6B Tonight' MARILYN MONROE In "THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH" Cinema- Scope. 8:45. Robert Ryan In "ES CAPE TO BURMA". Superacope. 10:50. 810 CARTOON SHOW AT 8:20 Start* tomorrow: Richard Widmark In "THE COBWEB." ITS OUR ANNIVERSARY MONTH' MANY 810 PRIZEB EVERY NIOHT! Radio Broad cast direct from theatre nightly. 7:30-8:00. Frl.-Sat.. AL "FUZZY" BT. JOHN IN PERBON WITH HIS 810 WESTERN COMEDY SHOW! PIUB OIANT SCREEN SHOWI SUN ! "DAVY CROCKETT." PAI MTU CmTst .vVTI 1. Gee. _ nUgIIWI Palmer Hwy.. Via De fense Hwy. te Rt. 784. Tern Right. “I or Lgndnver Rd. t* 704. Left 3 Mile*. Kiddles Free. MARILYN MONROE In "THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH." In Cinemsßcooe snd Color, at 8 45: Also MERLE OBERON. In "BERLIN EXPRESS." st 10:45. Coming Frl, snd Bat . Walt Disney s "DAVY CROCKETT" snd "12 O'CLOCK HIGH '' Queen's Chapel Drive-In WA. 7-2900. Acer Rosd snd Hist llton Street, West Hysttsyllle. Md. The World's Largest ClnemsSrepe Screen. In-Car Stereophonic Sound With 5 Speakers to Beery Car. Half Mile Frarn District Line. Now Playing, at 10:45 Marilyn Monroe “The Seven Year Itch” In Cinemascope and Color and Stereophonic Sound. I “Gambler From Natchez” At 8:52: Extra Cartoon at 8:45. Continuous'- From Dusk. Opens at 7:30. Kiddie* Under 12 Al ways Free. __ DISTRICT THEATERS Call NO 7-3000— Alt Conditioned I tlirril ■ 1215 You St. N.W. ; lilflbULn loot, Oper (3.30 P.M : Two-For-One Scream Show. “IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE 8EA;" -Jl Plus "CREATURE WITH THE ATOM - BRAIN." * nrofißi ir 043 »ou *t. n.w eiruoui ww, op.p 13,30 ■L | Held Over. In Cinemascope. "THE i MAN FROM LARAMIE." with JAMES ! BTEWART. ARTHUR KENNEDY. : onnirnt t 1433 »«, st n.w ouunui I OBO „ Ooer *2:30 P.M 1 Walt Disney', "DAVY CROCKETT." j Starring FEBS PARKER. BUDDY ' EBSEN. Pius Walt Disney's "ARI _ : ZONA SHEEPDOG." f AUCCTHN 25th t (enn Rd N.l hilllUlVP Door , op 4„ J:4J PM ; I In Cinemascope. SEA CHASE " with - JOHN WAYNE. LANA TURNER. lh GEORGETOWN j Starts Today. 3 Days Only V! Elizabeth Taylor h In MOM's Love story Os The Year lt “RHAPSODY” - i With an Cast Includlnt Vittorio Gassman 1 JOHN ERICSON and LOUIS CALHERH n i Color by Technicolor Screen Play by Fay L and Michael Kanin, Piano Solos Played H by Claudio Arrau; Feature at ,5:50. 7:50. e. |P:S6. FREE PARKING at Wilkerson a. 11229 Wisconsin Avenue.