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June 16, 1961

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FOUR THE DAILY MAIL, Hagerstown. A/,/. Friday, Jun« 14, 1»J1 Thomas Comments On This And That In Show Business By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP)-Dots from the lots. Josh Logan wants Warren Bealty to play Moss Hart in "Act One," but worries that the boy looks too Irish to play a Bronx Jew. Beatly. Shirley Mae- have star dressing rooms, but Juliet gets only a trailer. The girl could be a star if treated like a star. "\'o visitors" sign went up on the "Bachelor in Paradise'' set because of the flood of tourists. Laine's brother, makes a James!^ n? s '8» went down when Bob Dean-like impression in "Splen- Hope saw it. He likes an audi- rtor in the Grass," directed by ence. Hope's crack about Dupont's being ordered to sell its General Motors stock: "Duponl is working on a new product--a synthetic supreme court." Marilyn Monroe has no money problems. She's getting big checks from her shares of "Mis- tils" and "Some Like it Hoi" and ·ven "The Prince and Ihe Show- jirl," which she wholly owns. Lana Turner wishes she owned "The Bad and the Beautiful." Oman's discoverer. Klia Kazan. Social Sight: Danny Kaye at a formal sit-down dinner for 180 listening to the Dodger baseball game on his transistor radio. Lana Turner plans a delayed honeymoon with Kred May this summer, probably to the orient. \Vhere will Hope and Crosby shool "The Road to Hong Kong"? In London, of course. Juliet Prowse says she's at ,, ,,.,,, ,,,,,, ,, le BWIUHIUI peace with i-ox again, though HnljShe's aghast to hear it is bein Wallis is still grumbling becausctpeddlcd to TV--"1 saw it recent" she nixed ihe Elvis epic. The oth-ily and it's still great cnouqh to r r . J^'L"??' 5 of " slar in _ 'hcl)0 released in theaters today." Volkswagen Train Here ill worth while," said Alan M. Dix. for opening the elly's summer duties again this summer, playground .activities Monday] Games, sports, crafts, »nd special feature programs will playground .activities morning, Juno 19. Mrs. C. A. Gardner, general chairman of the Summer Playgrounds Committee, said lhat activities will begin at the dozen local playgrounds at 9 a.m. Monday. They will continue five days weekly. Men and women who will serve as playground Jeaders began Wednesday lo attend a workshop at the Hagerstown YMCA. Numerous leaders from R E C E I V E S R A R E AWARD -The rare award "Ad Altare Dei", meaning at Ihe altar of God, was received recently by Peter C. Faith, First Class Boy Seoul of Troop 15, Hancock, lie is the first member of the troop to ever receive this honor. The presentation,was made by Archbishop Keough in the new cathedral of M a r y Our Queen, Baltimore. Pictured above, left to right a r e : Father T. Kerr, pastor of St. Peters Catholic Church Han cock, Scout Peter C. Faith, Mrs. C. A. Faith and Mr. Faith Mrs. J a i t l i is shown holding Ihe award. : "Slow Down and . be the watchword Live" when the . Volkswagentrain tour arrives in Hagerstown t o d a y . The goodwill safely tour is due in this city today at 10 a.m. and will · remain at the Longmeadow Shopping Center until 9 p.m. The tour, sponsored bv Capitol Car Distributors, Ltd,, of Takoma Park, displays safe driving posters and other material at each of its 28 stopping points in Maryland. Virginia. West .Virginia. North Carolina. Ten ; nessee and Columbia. "If our c a r a v a n makes the District of mot-- orists more alert to dangers on well managing director o f - C a p i t o l Car Distributors. Ltd., Volkswagen distributor for the five- slate area. The Rood will-safely lour is the first of its kind sponsored by a Volkswagen distributor. Twelve vehicles are included. Among the nine transporters are a school bus. an ambulance, a refrigerated truck and a camper, along with an assort- Boy Scouts Plan Part In Concert All Boy Scouts of the Mason- Dixon Council will be present for Hie f i r s t concert of the Municipal Band of Hagerstown at Citv Park Sunday. During the band concert the scouts will prcsenl a short program in conjunction with Flag Day and many Scouts will receive the -- - Award for their program during ...,, 1Jtllv/u Alareh through May of this year. Paul Fitez, president of "Triple B' membership the period mcnt of pick-up and panel Mason-Dixon Council, will trucks. Three passenger cars w i l l also a c c o m p a n y the cara- an. The refrigerated unit will be used to dispense ice cream and refreshments to the c a r a v a n visitors at the individual stops. Leo Truehaft, of Cavctoivn, has won the "Volkswagen Treasure Chesl" contest sponsored by Capitol Car Distributors. Lid. of Takoma Park. M a r y l a n d , it was announced by Dick Haberkorn. General Man- lager of A u t o Show Ltd to- i d a y . 7'reuhaft, (he t r a n s p o r t e r department m a n a g e r , led the dea crship to a first place nositio over 29 dealers in M a r y l a n d Virginia. West Virginia. Nort! Carolina. Eastern Tenncssc and the District of Columbia. the dress Ihe Scouts and Visitors to Hagcrstown's beautiful n a t u r a l Ihe topic of Flag Day Leadership Trainin park itsin and the URNER GRADUATES John Hammond Urner , among the graduates at the 85tl commencement at Johns Hop kins University. He was award cd a bachelor of arts degree Urncr has been accepted at the University of M a r y l a n d law where he will enroll this STATE LINE DRIVE-IN THEATRE . ROUTE 11 Box Office Opens 7:00 --Show Starts At Dusk Phone Greencastle 9648 FIRST RUN-- DRIVE IN Children Under 12 Admitted FREE! THE GREATEST ADVENTURE STORY OF THEM ALLl JWALTDBNEYS dl Stanley-Warner Theatres STflNUY WARNER |H ^m ilHIUU nHKFICK MARYLAND CONTINUOUS SHOWS -- DOORS HflCffiSIOHN. MD. KE6EHT i-5280 Youll Mil up laujhlnj »hen you id MR. FUN OH THE BUN! P r o g r a m for Youlh. The Scouting program has been arranged by Edward Carr, chairman of tlie Mason-Dixon Council Organization and Extension Committee, who will introduce Mr. Fitez and make the award presentations. It is expected lhat a large n u m b e r of Cub Packs, Scout Troops and E x p l o r e r Posts will be represented from the council despite |the fact t h a t Camp Sinoquipe, officially opens on this s a m e day. j The "Triple li" Program or the "Boy Brings Boy" program is a leader stimulated progran for Ihe Den Mothers, P«(fo Leaders, and the Explorer Pos President. Each of the Dens 'atrols, or Posts that rccniitec nd t r a i n e d an additional two new boys d u r i n g the rcquiroc period was entitled to credits for the "Triple B" Award. M a n j units exceeded this minimum requirements. Over seventy- five u n i t s of scouting will re ceive this award on Sunday eve ning, May 18th when they as icmblc at the City Park. Invitations have been sent to all Scouting units of the Counci lo assemble at the north pavilion of the City P a r k at 7 p.m., so that necessary plans may be completed for attending the concert. Each unit will bring Iheir American Flag so that they vill have a spectacular pano- ama of flags during the scout- ng program. Several hundred S P A C E E X P L O R E R S f r o m E a r t h guard on the moon, awaiting a t t a c k from hostile spacemen. The scene is from "Battle in Outer Space." filmed in Eastman Color. It Tells The unbelievable story of How our sons may fight a war. Starts tonight at Ihe Hagers Drive-tn, 4J.d miles South of Hagerslown on Rt. 11. Rev. Mr. Lebo Assumes Post The Rev. John R. Lebo, who vas graduated from United Theological Seminary, Dayton, The couple are the parents of a four-month-old son, James Edward Lebo. They are now resid- Ohio, May 31, has iegun h i s ' i n g at 118 iV. Locust St. assistant pastor of I- ruled -- o t--.'o**""*« " 4 - r t t a l I 1 U I 1 U I CU eats have been reserved for the Scouts for this program. TO VISIT HOMEWOOD Women's Guild of Trinity Re- ormcd Church. Mercersburg, m a k e its a n n u a l visit to l h c ,., lc ujrsm B i n g h a m i w|]0 discovered Machu Picchu in Peru, held that the city was al- lawys Inca and not founded by an earlier tribe. He said evidence indicated it was the home of the first Inca and the religious capital of the last Inca. KlfiV. JOHN R. LEBO Brethren Church, E. Franklin md N. Locust Sis. He will serve in the parish ministry of he congregation. Rev. Mr. Lc!o is also a grad- late of Lebanon Valley College, T h e w o r d "nightingale" means "night singer" and is taken from the Anglo-Saxon 'galan," which means "to sing." DEMO CLUB TO MEET Greencastle-Antrim Democratic Club will hold its monthly dinner-meeting on Wednesday evening, June 21, at 6:45 in the social room of Citizens National Bank in Greencastle, Guests will include members of the "Esquires," a male singing group. Some candidates for pub lie office will attend. DIVORCE SUIT Richard McCarney filed sui for divorce from N. Louise McCarney in Circuit Court. Playgrounds Open Monday Plans arc virtually 'complete last year will return to their again make up the bulk of the summer's playground activities. Tho Hagerstown Summer Playgrounds group is a member of the Washington County TJniled Fund. An Act of Congress waived for Gen. George Marshall the regulation that the Secretary of Defense must be a civilian. "A. Lincoln Comes to Gettysburg'!" yftti i pfofess/Mif eomptny oftstort. s/agetf /t/te«fs, OPENS June 29th on the {rounds of 134 Daily {Matinees *^| i Miss iAt'j txelilnjMulictl ttuJ en tkt i lift of -floinhfin^tnetln ffttunttd ty *~~ He Jllltt* ^ GOLDEN THEATRE CITTYSlUHG Rouli; )34. Ihe Taneylown Rood "Young Abe Lincoln" recently made Broadway history in N.Y. City '""" ""1 EVERYONE". ..N.Y. Herald Tribune NOW APPEARING AT "RED HIPPS" VOGUE ROOM Held Over Second Week "The CORVAIRS" Drecr from New York City OPENING -- JUNE 26 TINA NERI TRIO COCKTAIL HOUR 5 to 7 P.M. D A N C I N G ! to 1 W-EEK -END · · - · IIIUI\L ii.T 11 j i tin ill V I Ml IO lomcwood Church Home of the A l 1 n v l l l c - Pa., where he major- emonination near W i l l i a m s ort, Md. on Tuesday. J u n e 20. The program will include a missionary play. Cars will leave rom the church at 6:45 p m on he 20lh. cd in philosophy. A member of G r a c e Evangc ical United Brethren Ciiurcl Carlisle, Pa., he is married t Ihe former Miss Darlcne Stein er, daughter of an EUB paslor Totem Pole Playhouse CALEDONIA STATE PARK * FAYETTEVtLLE, PA. The 1961 Summer Season Opens Tomorrow Night at 8:40 P.M. Broadway's Top Comedy Hit! ThePlMSimE OFHISCOMPAjvy A Comedy by SAMUEL TAYLOR and CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER For Reservations: REgent 3-2600 Now Showing At Roth Theatres PANAVIS10N* --^ AIR CONDITIONED COLONIAL HICCRSIOWH. MD TODAY-DOUBLE FEATURE ^V°M" TIME SHOWN IN THIS AREA! Tommy Sands -- Fabian The Wildest, Swingingest, Jumpiest Round of Fun Ever Put On The Screen! "LOVE IN A GOLDFISH BOWL" OUR 2ND FEATURE BROUGHT BACK BY REQUEST rft!*. BRACE WdE Continuous 11 A-M. to II P.M. OPEN 7:00 P. M. NIGHTLY THEMOTIOHPlCT«RETHAlSTAinsnSOWHTRADm«lOF6REATIKS! n'SB-iS^^^^ FUNKSTOWN AMERICAN LEGION Friday Nite - Country Nite Free Dance - Prizes - Gifts - Groceries Go Dancing and Romancing to the Music of "J. B. COMBO" Music by Candlelight (Now Completely Air Conditioned) June 18th, Fathers Day Indoor Picnic -- Now Catering to All Types Banquets, Dinners, Business Meetings. Wow Appearing at Beck's For Your Dancing Pleasure FRIDAY SATURDAY NIGHTS AL SYMS AND his Rock and Roll Band Beck's Restaurant 38 North Jonathan St. Your favorite food mixed drinks HAGERSTOWN MOOSE HOME FRIDAY, JUNE 16 "DIXIE RAMBLERS" With Hi Fi and Solorox SATURDAY, JUNE 17 "Johnny Hafer The Blue Notes'" Members end Guests Only STAG PICNIC COHILL MEADOW SUNDAY, JUNE 18 -- 1 to 6 P.M. Floor Show Dance v. F. w. 70 East Washington St. Completely Air Conditioned Harry Starkey, The* Whistling Ventriloquist and n Linda and Roe, Dance Music by The Musical Notes Stylist WILLIAMSPORT RED MEN SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 7961 "LEW WADE" ANNUAL STAG PICNIC Sun., June 25 Amsley's Park MONDAY, JUNE 19 Nominotion end Election of Officer* HAGERSTOWN ELKS NO, 378 FIRST OUTDOOR DANCE Of The Season Sat. June 17 9 P. M. PICNIC GROUNDS FEATURING "JOHNNY BAKER"