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Sunday Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1953, Albert Lea, Minnesota PACE TWO THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE. ALBERT LEA. MINN. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER t. 1953 RITA HAYWORTH DANCES the Dance of the Seven Veils in Columbia Pictures' Salome starting Wednesday at the Broadway Theater with Stewart Granger also starred and Charles Laughton co starred The film is in color by Techn color Follows 'Eternity' As Attraction at Broadway Two pictures "ill their, run at the Bioadwo theater tins 111 I From He to to Etti ut> 11 a v.c_ek s scht Kile ind 11 en 1 Tuesday The sto i of a i life befoie Pciil H 11 hoi stalls Hurt I ancTstcr Mont iiLiy Ciift ih Ken Frank t> itr i ind Donna Reed Riti IlTvwoilh dances in S loniL on Thitib d v Fiidd> and Situid y Staiitd iMin h is Steu irt C i igei and Ch I n I i i piLSLiits tht dani.e the en cils is a story from Bible t mt_s during the of King II i od Mi s H is the dine IIIL, DI HKCSS of Galilee Stew ai I G mger is the Komarf commander Cl uidius i disciple of John the Baptist h> Alan B idel nles Lauchton is Km Herod offers h ilf his kin U m to the dincmK pi in cess Tl o st( i si irts with the first 26 Biblical books of Matthew and Maik FILMS telling the stoiy of lift- in the lopping counti v and thit of C line i prominent fig im, in Ihc Old West will ippt n 1 nt the Rnoli thii T-'kc Me Jo 1( it in MS Ann Shot it' m Slr-rlmt, Haydc Pnillip Reed and Piiker open I the week s tod ly and luns tin ougli 1 AIiss ShcuJan the i olc of i cok i ful fiontie cl nice h ill nU i 1 nncr who ib adopted bN tinec small mothciless Sterling Hajdcn cist is i d lumber ien- pait t me pieich ci Tiid f ither of the three mothet less aifs icgisteis a strong tlni ic e tho appo 11 ancc of Miss She id an s foimci bun co accomplic p avtd bv Pmlip Kced who is m'o b> Ilavd n followm_, i ind turn lilt luniuiiL. fi ht which piovcs one of the spcct iculii of the film bppoi Midwest will IK the fust in the i T i n to tew showuit, will be held dunng a two COME IN FOR DEMONSTRATION The three nua mo 'els 11 ible meet all requirements f rh ic church, bcliou! moituir) in 1 in 1 i n im O an- sonusrc'ir ruct in ic letter j c l cl n c il ei cers will M cjoi Cor t in fu TH t IM it >n it no 1 Suion t> sell tint Ccnnsonua is Imcsc Llcctronic OrL, i M to Cnoose an A 1 1 inaljtic t i iJeroitdjou In i g UK st i> or t i >our i ur[ se Cume m of 1 h >i t us t< Uy for our fr f CO] y MODEL 2C2 the Connsonata Organ played by Ka Peterson on KATE Every Tuesday and Thursday 9 to 9 1 5 A M ADVERTISED REGULARLY IN HOUSE BEAUTIFUL 136W Clark S.nco 1920 Phone 2650 1 Have your p ano tuned at least onro a year Film Gossip Bobby Van MGM s great young dancing has a Bioadway mus- ical comedy offti that will make him as big as Gene Keliy or lied Astane Jeff Chandler has usen above brushcrs and beef take Indian s i- at U I He s due to di jw the ain of the studio s story propei b I oxfne a costalrei with June Allyson be the fust "Mi i Pit tuls Judy Cuncna and Hal Hoieh Ji aie a tULfilm suits Bitj A Minneapolis but lesque theater the Alvin will bo come a i ehgiouu tabei naele week penod m the puntipal towns and tities throughout Minnesota ind the Dakot ts Albert Lta is one of these ftvor- ed points Dons 15 staried is Calam ity Jane heioine of the Dakota Black Hills This is a rous ing musical which deals with the life of the Wild West s most fafau lous fascinating and quitk shoot ing u oman ho could saddle a horse or uield a six gun with the toughest in Deadwood Interwoven in the story are sontjs is Hum cine Smith FIVE MILLION READERS gasped at the conflicts and friendships in From Here to Eternity the best seller now a Columbia pic ture at the Broadway Theater Burt Lancaster and Montgomery Clrft, above, share starring honors with Deborah Kerr, Frank Sin- atra and Donna Reed At The Theaters CURRENT WEEK Sunday Monday and Tuesday Buit Lancastez Montgomei> Clift Deboiah Ken, Fiank Sinatra and Donna Reed in From Here to Eternity Wednesday Thursday Friday and Sitmdiy Riti Hayworth Steu art Gi anger and Charles Laughton in Salome RIVOLI Sundav Monday and Tuesd ly Ann Sheridan Sterl PhiUiD Reed and Lee i PirKer in Take Me to Town tclnesdij Thursday Fr riij ind S iturday Kec.1 Dor Dav Phillip Cire> ind Allyn McLeue in Calamity Jane j NEXT vVEEK BROADW Sundnj Mondaj- incl luesda> LiU Thursday Friday and Saturday Off Limit Friday midnight show House of Dracula and Son of Frankenstien RIVOLI Sunda> Monday and luesday Safaii Drums and Roar of the Crowd Thuisday Fridav and Saturday Hurricane Smith DeHavilland to Star In Zola's 'Beast' Olivia de Havilland twice an Ac adt my Award wmnei, will make her first appearance for Columbia Pictuieb as star of The Human Beast, film version of the EmUe Zola clasbic Miss de Havilland will replace Rita Haywoith, previously announ- ced for the role The part will provide an offbeat characterize tiou for Miss de Havilland, Her Oscars were won by performanc- es m To Each His In 1946 and 'The Hen ess in 1949 'The Human Beast' will be filmed in cooperation with the Canadian Na- tional Railways, which will sup ply all rolling stock and equip- ment called for by the script Much of the photographic work will be done in the Edmonton freight yards and roundhouse, and on the line between Edmonton and It's Time To Change! 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NOV. 7 Watly PIKAL Wedding Dance Invited guests free SUN NOV 8 The "Babe" WAGNER Band Wedding Dance Invited guests free r MONTEREY L DINING ROOM 1 AIR COND I T I O N fc, Di Open nltbt IncInd tnf Monday from ft til ID dinners choice steaks roast beef baked ham "GOOD MOVIES ARE BETTER HERE AN NEW LOOK! Staggered Seats for Perfect Vision Specially Designed Acoustics NOW SHOWING THROUGH TUESDAY Shows Sunday 1 30 4.00 6 30 9 P M FROM HERE TO ETERNITY 'BURT LANCASTER-MONTGOMERY CLiFTi DEB3RAH KERB PLUS COLOR CARTOON LATEST NEWS ADMISSION This Attraction Only Mat Eve Adults 65c 74c Students SOc 60c Chrldren 2oc 25c All Prices Tax Included STARTS WEDNESDAY RFTA HAYWORTH GRANGER CHARLES h ANDERSON Sfr Ctdrfc HAKDWICKE V in I SYDNEY tXA MOSS Aim BADEL Now Showing Through Tuesday Continuous Sunday 1 30 to 11 PM MEET VERMILION O'TOOLE ...every' time the ladies run her out of town... all the men go with PHILIP REED LEE PATRICK LEEAAKEI -OH YOU REDHEAD -TAKB MB TO TOWN "THI TALE Of VfRMIUON OTOOLE Added Attraction Color Cartoon Latest News WED Howard Keel Doris Day "Calamity Jane"
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