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Boxoffice-January.24.1953

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. . . The . . Brock . . Leonard . . The . . 20th-Fox . . . RKO . . MGM . . Sympathy . . Tom . . . "No . . . John . . Ben WASHINGTON n II exchanges closed on inauguration day K-B Amusement Co.'s McAi'thur Theatre is trying out a new policy with "Laughter in Paradise" . Branscome has purchased the Floyd-Willis Drivein at Floyd, Va.. and closed the Pine Tavern Movie Park there January 19. He is closing his Floyd Theatre March 1 . . . Betty Strickler, Orville Crouch's secretary at Loew's Capitol, will wed Hayes Deavers February 6. John Rose, distributor of "Love Moods," has appealed the Maryland censor board ban . of his picture. A hearing will be held in city court over the board's refusal to issue a censor seal for the film Ira Sichelmans, 20th-Fox, celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary last week . Manager Joe Rosen visited the Levine circuit offices Wednesday . Whitlock was a Sara Young is assisting Filmrow visitor . . . Julian Brylawski in manning the March of Dimes booths in the theatres from January 21 through January 28. The response from the exchange personnel has been very gratifying. . . . Joe . . . Plans are being made for the ladies committee welfare drive "Thank You" luncheon February 28 in the Shoreham hotel Rosen, distributor chairman, presided at a meeting of theatre and exchange personnel to outline plans for Brotherhood week T. L. Harrison, manager of the Park Theatre in Lexington Park, Md., and a drugstore plugged "The Rose Bowl Story" by jointly STAND 'EM OUT with this f EXPLOITATION DOUBLE BILL . ATLANTA WASHINGTON DC. UNVARHISHtD FACTS about TV»uurKj\ ot'founa qiHi mbo fcrWbiJ

. . Sidney . . Mr. . . The . . . . Anyone . . The . . Mr. Mrs. Charles Richelieu Stricken in Florida PITTSBURGH—Word was received here of the death of Mrs. Charles Richelieu, wife of the former central Pennsylvania exhibitor and his active partner in the theatre business for nearly 40 years. Mrs. Richelieu, who died in St. Petersburg. Fla.. worked as an organist at theatres in Fairchance. Bedford, Blairsville, Bellefonte and Clearfield. Richelieu started in the theatre business in 1912 and two years later he and his organi.