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    ILLINOIS VALLEY NEWS
Thursday, June 29, 1950
Moy o Billboard Be Pul Up
On Residential Property?
Reader's Courtroom
S A V E 20%
• T icket Trouble
• Unwilling Host
• Capricious Cop
MOIONY
se v e ra l neighbors p ro m p tly sued
fo r a stop-order, saying th a t the
lot was re s tric te d to ‘ re sid e n tia l
purposes o n ly .” The m an argued
th a t m e re ly p u ttin g up a b illb o a rd
was not the same as a c tu a lly doing
business on the prem ises.
How­
ever. the court ru le d tha t a d v e rtis
mg by b illb o a rd s was d is tin c tly
a business fu n ctio n and was th e re ­
fore not allow ed on this p ro p e rty .
• • •
M y favorite New York spy, the . . . Jane Withers will wager you
one who is so wealthy I don’t she’s going to have twins . . . I.ita
have to pay her fo
Grey Chaplin the ex-Mrs. Charles
____ By W ill Bernard, LL.B_____
C., off to televise in Gotham . . .
S ta te la w s v a ry . F o r perso nal
Be’-
Lauritz Melchior says if he ever
gu id a n c e , see y o u r lo ca l a tto rn e y .
II tto n ’< hand-
sings in a Western the picture must If the Railrood Agent Sells You
some ex-, Ted Bri-
he titled “ Hopalong Lohengrin”
The Wrong Ticket, May the
* k i
is holding
. . . Marilyn Maxwell won’t por­
u . t l i Fiances
Xj tray any more women who aren’t Conductor Put You oft the Train?
May an Accident "Victim"
Keegan. Frances is
as nice as they ought to be for
Collect
Damages if Not Hurt
A ra ilro a d tra v e lle r pa id fo r his
not only awfully
Hutton
several pictures now. She’s insisting
passage to a d is ta n t c ity , b u t the
pretty. She bears a much more than on comedy . , . Margaret O 'B rien’s c le rk of the depot a c c id e n ta lly gave But Just Scared?
slight resemblance to Bettv.
recent endorsement of some teen h im a tic k e t good o n ly to a nearby
A widow lived alone near a r a il­
age togs will bring her about a tow n. When the tra in cam e to th is
road track. One m o rn in g w h ile she
town, the co n d u cto r in siste d th a t
million
bucks
during
»he
next
five
Red Skelton is trying to per­
was s ittin g pe ace fu lly on h e r back
the passenger e ith e r get o ff o r pay
suade his studio to do a broad year* . . . W ager the Keenan m ore fare. The m an f la tly refused. porch, two fre ig h t tra in s co llid e d
burlesque on the classic “ Mutiny Wvnns reconcile . . . And that A t last, the ira te co n d u cto r dragged and one of the cars toppled over
on the Bounty,” with Red doing William G rant Sherry gets one of h im b o d ily out of his seat and in to her back y a rd . A ltho ug h not
p h ysica lly in ju re d in any w ay, the
the wonderfully villainous Captain Bette Davis’ five beach homes in
wom an sued the ra ilro a d fo r g iv in g
their
divorce
settlement.
Bly role made famous by Charles
he r such a scare. H ow ever, the
Laughton. This is only wishful
co u rt denied her c la im .
thinking, but wouldn’t it be lovely
vonsrance Collier, the greatest
if Bing Crosby could be signed as dramatic coach of our time, says
the young object of Captain Bly's that you re going to be viewing a
meanness, in the part I seem to
performance of re-
remember Franchot Tone had in
■ K h u allv
the original “ M utiny.”
when you see Paul-
■Nl 0* Jy ette Goddard on
Jimmy Durante is probably up
the stage in Shaw’s
“Caesar and Cleo-
setting the Frank-Sinatra-Frankie-
SATURDAY, JULY 1
I .a in e - D ic k -
A» patra.” Constance pushed h im o ff the ca r. A fte rw a rd
the m an sued the ra ilro a d fo r
Ila y m e s crooner
has been grooming
dam ages. He m a in ta in e d the con­
Goddard
Paulette for the d u c to r should have taken his w o rd
it w d n o end.
’
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role, and she says the star's ap­ fo r the fa c t th a t he had a lre a d y
WILLIAM ELLIOTT
proach to it is truly serious, and paid his fu ll fa re . H o w eve r, the
in Trucolor
that a masterful performance will co u rt disagreed, ru lin g th a t the
I azz is giving all
result. W ith this superb coach say­ m an should have pa id the d iffe r ­
of them a had time jg ff i.a iF "
ing this, I ’ll believe it. After ail, ence then and settled the m a tte r S U N ., M O N ., J U L Y 2
when it comes to H H r * * * ’
la te r w ith the depot cle rk. N o t a ll
she trained John Barrymore for his cou rts take th is v ie w p o in t.
hit-parade ratings.
Durante
' N uttin’ could stop it,” The immortal “ Hamlet.”
Sclinoz maintains. “ It was Fated
Docs the Law Consider
that wav.”
An
Actress on a Higher
A columnist who is usually so
F tmi
/
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reliable that sometimes I steal stuff Level Than a Chorus Girl?
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Ann Rutherford has long said from him paragraphs that Clark
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chorus
g
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l
was
signed
up
fo
r
I HOUR! I
hat she doesn't much care whether Gable s bride Sylvia is unhappy
she’s the star of the pictures she because Clark is going to have to an a ctin g role in a m u s ic a l show,
at tw ic e her fo rm e r s a la ry . H o w ­
appears in, or not. Her mind runs go unshaven for two months, and ever,
the show ra n in to v a rio u s d if ­
the way those of so many European let his hair grow shoulder length, fic u ltie s and ne ver opened. Unable
actors and actresses do; the part’s for “Across the Wide Missouri.” to fin d another jo b a ctin g and un ­
the thing; if it happens to be a I got data for this columnist. The w illin g to go back to the “ lin e ,”
star part, alright; if not, that’s long hair will be detachable. I saw the g ir l fin a lly file d s u it a g a in st the
alright too. So, at long last, Ann the order for it at Max Factor’s. show's pro d u ce r fo r breach of con­
tra c t. He was w illin g to p a y h a lf
has finally persuaded her agent to
o f the g ir l's s a la ry, but in sisted th a t
accept strong feature roles for , Don’t wager too much that Rod she should have m ade up the o th e r
her.
Cameron and Kay Buckley will h a lf by re su m in g h e r w o rk in the
chorus. B u t the c o u rt m ade h im
reconcile, as per pay
the s a la ry in fu ll, saying th a t
Hollywood Hearsay. A postcard
Quite a few ru- the g ir l did not have to go back to T U E S ., W E D ., J U L Y 4 and 5
from Joe E. Brown, doing “H a r­ t
JDft mors.. The battle a cho rin e jo b if she d id n 't w a nt to.
vey“ in Australia , . . Betty Hut
'
C lJ * , " I ’i^ 1 marked call-
The ju dg e p o in te d out th a t a chorus
ton and Milton Rickman twosom
-w
’ng t ',e*r engage- g ir l is “ in fe r io r in ra n k ” to an
¡ng . . , Ann Dvorak will sire
ment quits was actress.
RING CROSBY
in “ Mrs. O 'M alley and M
and
How Rough May a Policeman
M alone” . . . Non-poverty-stricl
Your Old-Time Favorites
doesn't often bloom
en Herb M artin sending Virgini
Cameron
a g a i n after such Be in Arresting a Drunkard?
I- ield bales of flowers, every dai
ter exchanges of conflicting view
from I exas . . . Jean Wallace an
A po lice m an was sum m oned in to
lints.
Few Ayres getting about togethe, Copyright 1950 Atlas Features Syndicate • cafe to a rre s t a d ru nke n patron.
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