JANUARY 27 THE LIMA NEWS MUBRVB
NIFTY MOVIES ARE SLATED ON LIMA THEATRE SCREENS
JAP WAR WILL "Casanova" \S'*CKS°»
EH SCHEME WESDffS At End Of Line
ON GAS RATES
Miff FOWD ATTRACTIONS BE DISCUSSED
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 2G-(INS) today that it had decided to defer
—Francis Van Wie, San Fran- action for the duration of th»
JACKSON, 0., J«n. 27—(UP)
The Jackson city council disclosed
Here we gro into another week-end with some pretty nifty moviet
Subject Scheduled To Come cisco's casanova of the car barns, war on a proposal of the Ohio
slated. A quick glance at the "Theatre Guide" on this page will give Before Big 3 Parley resigned himself today to return- Fuel Gas Co. for a rate increase
you an idea as to what to expect to find at your favorite theatre. ing to the Northern California for consumers here.
city to face three counts of The Crooksville, 0., city council
The feature attraction at the Ohio for the week-end will be none other LONDON, Jan. 27 — (UP) — bigamy recently took similar action, set*
than Bob Hope in his latest starring picture, "The Princess and the Diplomatic quarters said today "! guess it's the end of theting a precedent for all communi-
Pirate!" Virginia Mayo, up and coming new starlet, is co-starred with that Presiden Roosevelt and line," conceded the short, pudgy ties served by the company whose
Bob in this hilarious tale of pirate Prime Minister Churchill will dis- and bald former street car con- rate schedules come up for re-
cuss the war against Japan with ductor who married so many newal.
Theatre Guide Premier Stalin at the impending « w * » » ^ , » « apparently i * i v i * > ' V 4 v ui * VJA v
women,j «ft/f**j ^, »i w » without divorc- The Jackson city council de*
— _ rf\Vm a\
Monday will biing Glen Gray "Big Three" conference despite ing or being divorced by any of i «<led to defer action after OPA
OHIO—"Frmcem and the 1'lrate"
and his Casa Loma oichestra to with Bob Hop* «nd Virginia
Russia's present neutrality in the them, that he couldn't recall all representatives explained that tne
the Ohio theatre and with the or- Ma>o
Far Eastern struggle. of them or just where or when company could not discontinue
(A Swiss broadcast recorded by he wed them. sen-ice as long as the city did not
chestra will be the famed Merry QUttHA—"Tahiti Nights" with CHS quoted unofficial London "I'm guilty," he agreed, but I definitely refuse its offer. The
Macs. Jinx Falkcnburg and Dancing sources Thursday a' saving that HERE M O N D A Y — Shown I'm ready to take it." i OPA intervened in the case be-
Jinx Falkenburg puts on a
in Manhattan' with Kred Brady members of Churchill's staff for above is Glen Gray who will Van Wie, sought since his un- cause it said a rate increase
and Jeff Donncll the conference alreadv may be bring his famous Casa Loma or- usual matrimonial career came to would be counter to the price
earong in her latest picture "Ta- SlOiSaV- Thin Man Goes Home" on the vvav to the meeting place.) chestra to the stage of the Ohio light a few days ago, was ar- ! stabilization program.
hiti Nights." Those that really with William Powell and M> rn<i TETE-A-TETE — Jerome Cowan (left) is obviously an interloper Informants «aid Stalin would theatre. Monday. Gray will have rested yesterday at a Los Angeles
know say that you'd better get out Loy. alco Moonlight and CXt- in this tete-a-tete between David Bruce and Anne Gwynne in the be given a thoro review of Allied w i t h him that famous quartet— war plant where he was working.'
tus ' progress in the Pacific and Burma. the "Merry Macs" who are
the throat spray and polish up the
vocal chords before you go to see STATE— Ladies Courageous and
this movie. Girl Rush '
comedy musical "South of Dixie", beginning midnight Saturday
Soviet militarv leaders in turn known to millions of ardent ra-
may offer their suggestions, it dio and screen fans.
He was spotted by the plant's '
chief of police thru a newspaper:
45c TIL 5 P. M.
There's some good news for
movie fans at the Sigma theatre.
liYltIC— Range Law' \\ith Johnny
Mack Brown aim Machine Uun
There has been widespread un- the Polish front before launching
The records indicate that Van i
Wie, in the period from 1905 to '
NOW! OWL SHOW
Mama' uith El Brcndel. official speculation in diplomatic their present offensive. Tentative
William Powell and Myma Loy MAJESTIC— 'Charli* ClMn s Se- December, 1944, m a r r i e d 11
are back together again as Mr. and militarv circles that Russia plans for the western offensive women, but at first he could re-
,.— Sen ice" and 'Action In ma\ join the _AlliPS against Ja- have been shaped, but are subject
and Mrs Thin man in the newest Arabia ' member onlv six of them. Then, '
and most exciting of this popular p-in after victory over Germany. to revision at the "Big Three" after some prompting, he recalled ,
soiics "The Thin Man Goes COMIHG UP Japanese broadcasts hav p be- meeting to conform with the swift- two more. j
Home " When Nick decides to vis- OHIO—"Thirty Seconds Cher Tok- traved uneasiness over the pos- ly-changing situation. He said he began marrying,
it his parents in the old home yc coming Friday. sibilitv that Russia mav exercise As for the post-war future of looking for happiness, after his
town, and sneak in a vacation for QUIUfA— Brazil ' and ' San ff-r- her right to terminate the Soviet- Germany, the three powers were third wife, Mabel Joyce, to whom '
himself and Nora at the same nando Valley' due Fridaj. Japane^e friendship pact next understood to be "not too far he was married for 17 years, left
time, they don't dream of the pos- SIGMA—' Enter Arsme L ipin ' and
"Blonde Fever start Wednesday.
Apnl. apart" on the disarming and con- him.
sibilities of becoming involved in If not denounced in April, the trol of a defeated Reich and full He found happiness, he said,
a hijrhly baffling murder mystery. STATE—"Our Hearts Were Young pact would be renewed automat- agreement will be sought. with the last of his wives, Evelyn
and Ga> and 'Till We Meet ically for another five \ears. Other political topic believed
"Our Hearts Were Young and Again" open Sundaj
Brown, also known as Brutonia
Gay,"—the movie about the happy IiTBIC — "South of Dine' and The main tonic of discussion for scheduled for discussion included Crenshaw, whom he married last
time two young women had when the three statesmen, however, ob- the matter of voting under the Dec. 12. His life with her ended Virginia
' Forty Thieves" b«sm Saturday vioiisl^ will be Germany The\ are Dumbarton Oaks world security MAYO
they took their first long trip — when he left San Francisco hastily
midnight expected to complete plans for the plan and the Polish, Yugoslav and to avoid arrest Waller
their destination, Europe. Diana MAJESTIC — ' Sultan a Daughter" J SUZAK
Lynn and Gail Russell present final joint assaults to drive the Greek questions. The worst of his wives, he said,
and Detective Kitty O Dav ' Reich into unconditional surrender
some of the most hilarious situa- was Juliana Voloshm, aircraft
tions of the season. and to seek agreement upon
methods for destroying utterly her
ELLIOTT SHIP S worker whom he married in 1942.
He said she was "a terror and
Readily recommended to enter- power to wage future wars. HORSES WITHOUT
tainment seekers is a lively musi- t h e a t r e and stairmg Anne smashed me m the face and
cal film "South of Dixie1' opening Gwynne, David Bruce and Jerome Mam militarv experts in Lon-
Saturday midnight at the L>nc I Cowan. EASY TO SMILE—Fred Brady finds it easy to smile at life—and
don believed that Russia w i l l be
why not—when he appears to be the cynosure of such loveh-eyed unable to reach Berlin in her pres-
damsels as Jeff Donnell and Ann Savage? The scene is from the ent offensive and must await a FORT WORTH, Tex, Jan. 27
romantic corned}. "Dancing in Manhattan," now at the Quilna final east-west assault in the — (INS) — Eight Arabian horses,
"Count Of Monte Cristo" theatre spnng to finish the war the last of those owned by Col.
Tf the Russians do reach Ber- Elliott Roosevelt vvhen he lived
recently developed microwave ra- lin before the Western Allies cross at Dutch Branch ranch, near Fort
To Be Dramatized On Air OF PHONE NEEDS
dio systems. j the Rhine, much of the present Worth, were enroute today to his
wife. Actress Fave Emer=on, in
Denning said about 80 per cent I plan for po=t-war Germany w i l l California, as ordinary livestock DOORS OPEN
Alexandra Dumas' "The Count of Monte Cristo" is dramatized on
IN RURAL AREAS of all rural homes are close enough
to. existing telephone lines to en- 1 lent!;-informed observers close to
able the installation of service
have to be changed, some excel-
the conferees contend
The horses were shipped with-
MONDAY ONLY AT 12 NOON
"The World's Great Novels" for four weeks starting Saturday, over COLUMBUS, Jan. 27—(AP)— without new line construction. American and British--delegates out the priority that the colonel's
WEAF at 6 p. m. Guest commentator is Andre Maurois, distinguished The Ohio Bell Telephone Co., is wi'l carry with them details of an dog, Blaze, had when it was sent
making a series of surveys to de- 2.758 USO UNITS IN U. S. appraisal bv Gen. Dwight D Eisen- across the country in a plane,
French man-of-letters. and three servicemen ha\J to get
Laid in the year 1815, "The Count of Monte Cnsco" stars as a story
termine the telephone needs of NEW Y O R K — ( U P ) — U n i t e d hower of the military situation
rural areas of the state with an ej e Service Organizations had a total in the wes.. and his recommenda- off because their priority rating
of romantic and exciting adventure. The second half is m a different to an expansion program when of 2,758 operations in the Conti- tions for hammering home final was lower than that assigned to
manpower and materials are avail- nental United States, as of Octo- \ ictory. I the dog. 2:00, 4:40
key, sombre and filled with the
motive of revenge. Dumas' splen- chatterbox, adds her fast-paced able, it was disclosed today. American and British armies j The shipment of horses included
did imagination, however, trans- comedy to the program.
ber, including 145 troop-in-transit
Company officials said the sur- lounges, 1,840 USO club and 115 were reported in the midst of a i a stallion, four brood mares and
veys will determine how many mobile service units, according to tremendous build-up of supplies
figures the book and its intensity
„ , .
persuades the reader that the is-
possible is the actual.
the actual __
farms presently have telephones, a report submitted to Dr. Lindsley similar to that in which the Rus- Lobsters are more closely re-
how many farms could be served F. Kimball, administrative vice sians engaged for five months on lated to spiders than to fish.
The inside story of the FBI's! Ut
of the FBI's, AC I IC//V
- - V//V by existing facilities and how president, at national headquar-
many farms could be serviced by a ters here. The USO is the principal
expose of "The Merchants of Qp£ff
Hate," those Americans who be-
tray their heritage of freedom to
COLUMBUS, 0., Jan. 27—(AP)
peddle disunity and sedition, forms ( —Gov Frank J Lausche asked
new Bell system by which voice is beneficiary of the National War
transmitted over power line5. Fund and has been in existence
P. W. Denning. Ohio Bell dis- almost four \ears, as the move-
M l D N I T C
Show 11:30 Tonite ! •
another exciting drama in "The i Atty Gen Huffh s j en k ms today trict manager, said studies also ment was begun shortly after the
FBI m Peace and War," series on jto Define exactly what powers a
Saturda\ at 7:30 p. m., over Sta-1 governor has over sheriffs and
weie being made to determine forces of the United States began
whether farms could be served by mobilization. Win. BOYO as HOPALONG CASSIDY
tion WABC Based on a chapter mayors « w h 0 countenance open,
from Frederick L. Collins' popular j fcnown an< j commercial gambling"
book, "The FBI in Peace and, m their juris(i,ct,0ns.
War," the story deals with an 1 His reqUest was contained in a
American Fascist who wore his ,i e tt e r which, the governor told 6:35 9:05 7:40 10:10
black shirt of hate, sowing doubt i newsnie n, was prompted by a let- A Fuftnin', Foo/in'
and discontent during •wartime, |ter nc received from Councilman
until the FBI cracked down on | Russen Wilson of Cincinnati ask-
him. The thrilling series is di- ,ng tnat Lausche "do something to PIUS *
rected by Max Marcin. istOp gambling" at Elmwood Place.
Al Pearce, as Elmer Blurt, the i The request, Lausche added, did SKIP NELSON
low-pressure salesman, earns some i not necessarily mean he was tak-
cxtra money by becoming a baby ' mg any action, nor that he was •WYNNE •FAT* DANIELS
sitter . . . and nearly cobts the, certain gambling existed at Elm-
baby a lot of money . . . on "Here [wood Place
Comes Elmer." CBS comedy se-' "I just want to know -where I
ries, oaturuay «i. 9:15 p. m., over stand in relation to local authori-
nes, Saturday at j-i« F- «•••» «•«
Station WABC. While Elmer is j ties who countenance gambling,"
sitting, the babjfs wealthy aunt he said.
arrives unexpectedly from Texas,
mistakes Elmer for the father, and SLED HITS TREE
decides to cut the baby out of her CLEVELAND. Jan. 27—(AP)—
J and Mrs. Ben Lashmsky. died of a
fractured «kull received yesterday
Radio Guide after his sled struck a tree.
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