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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - July 1, 1948, Lowell, Massachusetts Cowell Sun TKursclay July T '1948 Dorothy Kilgallen Bobo Rockefeller, who caught the nation's Imagination when she married Winthrop, U being; deluged with from well-wishers all over the country How Babies Act at Various Stages PENCIL Cafe society is buzzing with the loi.vdott.-n that the real rea- son _for wealthy young Cowell's sudden departure lor a prolonged stay in Europe was the desire of his mother to cool his infatuation for Juanita PJos, the Latin bandleader. Strip- per Winnie Garrett is set to sue Broadway photographer Murray Korman for for allegedly selling pictures of her without her consent. In moving from the Edition to a smart East Side hotel, and in spending less time at Toots Shor's and more at plates like Voisin Joe DLVaggio is following some earnestly spoken dictates from the Yankees' front office. They think he should be more chic. Was that Tyrone Power in York last ixeek on a eery hush- hush visit? Bandleader Buddy Rich and glamour girl Dorian Leigh are sniffing orange blos- The Noah Beery Jrs. (Maxinc Jones) are lullabying for the third time. .Hold onto your hats, happening again: More than 1000 bobby soxers, screaming and swooning, mobbed Russ Emery Vm West 48th street the other night. He's a new singer, a six-foot taH Lawrence' TIerney, who has quit RKO, is yearning for a Broadway play so he can get back to his Gotham gal. Vivi Stokes Taylor. Dusty Bruce, the cashier who was "slugged during the Old Knick robbery Sunday night, actually is an un- derstudy in the divertissements. She acts as keeper of the till only when all the principals in the cast are working. The two shows Governor Ear! Warren's daughters most want- ed to see were "Mr. Roberts" and "Annie Get Your Gun." AOO.VET WANTS HIS RELEASE Mickey Rooney, irked at MGM over billing and what he considers favoritism toward Judy Garland, is ready to offer a large sum for a release from his con- tract He'd like to set up his own company. Henry Armstrong's biography will appear in book, form within the next six months. It's title: "My Snuggle to Three Crowns" ...Jeanette ilacDoriald and Nel- son Eddy are on the verge of becoming a cinema team again, simply because of the avalanche of fan requests that keep com- ing in from movie-goers who can't forget them... Sociologists and psychology 'professors are prominent among the audience at the Royal Roost these nights; they study and make notes on the frantic B-Bop. enthusiasts Buster Keaton will settle'his suit with Warner Brothers (he claimed the picture "April Showers" was a direct steal from the biography of the "Three Keatons) out of court. Larint Day, in toicn to garner publicity for "My Dear Secre- will be interviewed only on days wheri-tfie Dodgers have night flames scheduled. Otherwise she'll be at Ebbets field wherever the Dodgers afternoon. The Sardi set hears that Janet Fox -U.-HI have an important part in aunt Edna Ferber's new play, co-authored with Georyt S. Kaufman The Harold Schusters (he's the director of "Flicka) have Reno in the bean-o. Sign of summer: There's a new song called "Tony Spumoni, the Jce Cream .Estrellita and Chu Chu Martinez, who end- ed their marital estrangement last New Year's eve, are apart again. HaSry Richman, just before he sailed for Europe, confided to pals that-he.had broken a habit of more than three decades by giving up hadn't taken so much as a single puff in more than 15 weeks... Musicians in the Woody Her- band will be passing out plenty of stogies atong about September: side-men Don La- irtond, Walt Yoder, Stanley Getz and Sam Marowitz all expect to be proud pappas within the next lour months... Jane Russell was amusingly frank in her Latin Quarter in- terview with Maggi McNellis. She laughed when she announced she was about to go into the dress manufacturing business, and explained trie big yok by confessing: "I'm the world's lousiest dressed woman, so it's a funny business for ME to be going "TIME.FOR ELIZABETH" Paul Lukas will return to the Main Stem in the fall to star in the Xorman Krasna-Groucho Marx comedy, "Time For Eliz- Dorothy Lamour may have abandoned the sarong but she's still Hollywood's Nature Girl. According to eyewitness accounts, Dotde, week-ending aboard a friend's sailboat, caught 16 fish in one fell swoop, using a new (to her, anyway) fishing con- traption which boasts 16 fish- hooks on one line... Ed Luckenbach Jr., who shipped out on one of his own boats after disavowing the theatre, will be back on the Rlalto again noon. Can't get it out of the bloodstream.-.. Anticipating record-breaking street oratory during the coming presidential campaign, Commis- sioner Wallaader's men are lay- ing oat a street-corner map in- _ dieattng where the rabble rousers nay operate...' Funeral Ship Due in New York Tuesday NEW YORK, July 1 (AP) Army Transport Car- roll Victory is due here Tues- day with the remains of 48ty) American war dead, the first to be returned from Italian battlefields of World War II. The port ot embarkation said yesterday that most of the 4800, including many who fell on the Anxio beachhead, originally were buried in the U. S, military cemetery at Nettuno. Pumpkins have been cultivated for thousands of years, for rinds have been found in the Swiss lake dwellings. RICHMOND, Va., Mrs. Marj one Bottimore dangles a bright red rattle in front of a baby, she not trying to amuse him. She is trying to find out what kind of fellow he's likely to be when he grows up. Mrs. Bottimore is a psycholo- gist. She tests, all of the babies taken care of by the Children's Home society of Virginia who are being prepared for adoption. She uses several- ordir.ary- Jookirig objects to test the babies. In fact, about, everything she uses may be found in any baby's play pen. They include a rattle, a building block, a tin cup, and even the baby's own hands and feet. Mrs. Bottimore explained that the eight-week-old baby should look at the psychologist directly with his eyes focused. His facial expression should change when a little bell is rung. Reaching Stage Next At 16 weeks, should reach lor anything put within his grasp. He should do a lot of coo- ing and laughing, and be very absorbed with his hands. At 24 weeks, he should be try- ing to pick tip every thing in sight, and to put his feet in his mouth. He should also begin to move his thumb and fingers in a flexing motion at that age, and to turn his head toward the bell when it is rung. That is also the "da-da" stage, when the baby is trying to ex- press himself. Mrs. Botlimer said the "bang- ing stage" comes at 36 weeks. The baby should be throwing things, dropping everything he picks up just to hear it drop, and to clap two blocks together in his hands Georgia Democrats Open Primary Vote to Negroes Advocates of "White Supremacy" Plan No Subterfuge at Polls Tomorrow MACON, Ga., July 1 Followers of Herman and'red- planning; today. Leaders said they foresaw no move toward naming Georgia's Democratic presidential electors. Nor did leaders care to tackle the problem of instructing Georgia delegates to the Demo- .cratic national convention. The Georgia Democrats who have clamored -loudest ifor "white supremacy" convene tomorrow to open the state's primary bal- lot to Negroes. Leaders expected the Georgia Democratic convention to be a fast-moving affair, capped by a howling, old-fashi6ned demon- stration for young Herman Tal- madgc. political heir of the la'.c Eugene Talmndge. More than 5000 followers were slated to join the fur, a rousing prelude to Herman's tjxpected an- nouncement and formal qualifi- cation Saturday as a candidate for governor in the September S Democratic primary. galluscd "Old fiery op- ponent of Negro voting, must alter party rules in the face of repeated court decisions that the south cannot bar Negroes trom Democratic primaries. No Subterfuge Party today thjy accepted the move as inevitable and planned no subterfuge. The 1946 Democratic convention tried establish the party as a private club which could limit its mem- bership to white persons. 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