The News Journal from Wilmington, Delaware on July 1, 1983 · Page 34
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v s v . s "r 9 t t i v v v 02 Tha Nawa-Joumal papwa Pccplo by Martha E She's a shut-in; show shuts down ; If you're holding holiday weekend tickets for the Broadway production of "Private Lives" starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard 1 Burton, be prepared to cool your heels and your temper. Performances of the Nol Coward production have been suspended until Taylor is able to return to the cast. Taylor dropped out of the play last week when she was diagnosed as having acute laryngitis and acute bronchitis. She has been recuperating at home. An understudy, Emmy-winning actress Kathryn Walkar, took over Taylor's role as Amanda Prynne opposite Burton. Ztv Bufman, co-producer of the play, said audience reaction to the understudy was enthusiastic, but the company learned from ticket holders that "their real desire is to see Taylor and Burton formerly married to each other together." Bufman said Taylor is expected to return to the play Tuesday. Performances were suspended with Wednesday's matinee. The play is scheduled to go on the road July 17. National Guard to be on stand-by A huge crowd - about 500,000 is expected for the Beach Boya' free surfside concert in Atlantic City, N.J., July 4, but an aide to Gov. Thomaa H. Kean says it won't be necessary to have the National Guard on hand as Mayor Michael Matthews has requested. The Beach Boys' Atlantic City show was scheduled after Interior Secretary Jamaa Watt banned rock groups from the July 4 concert on the Capitol Mall in Washington. Ready to get 'an the road again' At Thursday's graduation, of the Womanpower program of the Arden YWCA, Margaret Piacitalli of New Castle was the first graduate to receive her Class "B" driver's license meaning she's qualified to drive a truck. She learned her skills on a 10-speed, flat-bed dump truck donated to the program by the State of Delaware. She passed the actual road test in a 1983 Ford truck lent to the program byBayshore Ford Truck Sales Inc. of New Castle. Piscitelli will be enrolled in the program's carpentry training course. When she completes that, she'll be looking for a job hauling lumber. Gift to help Miss Liberty Nearly 100 years after France " gave the Statue of Liberty to the United States, a French-born artist has donated a painting to aid the restoration of this country's most famous symbol of welcome. Michel Delacroix, 50, gave his painting a depiction of the statue as it appeared in 1884 at the Paris workshops of Gaget, Gauth- ere for the Bavarian Festival opens at Lakewood The Bavarian Summer Festival opens today at Lakewood Park on Pennsylvania 54 in Barnesville, Pa., and the show continues through July 10. The hours are 10 a.m.-ll p.m. daily. The opening parade will be held at 1 p.m. today, followed by the traditional first keg tapping by Grampa Louis Marshall Jones, patriarch of "Hee Haw," at 1:30 p.m. The festival will be highlighted by performances by the Binovec Bavarian Band, today through Tuesday; the Jimmy Sturr Band, Saturday through Monday; and the Stratton Mountain Boys, July 7-10. Ty Stofflet, the world's fastest soft-ball pitcher (104.7 mph) will give an exhibition at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Admission is S3, with children younger than 12 admitted free. For more information, call 717-465-2971. Jedi Center to offer 'Star Wars' exhibits The Jedi Adventure Center, highlighting the myth and magic of the, "Star Wars" movies, opens today at, the Granite Run Mall in Media,; Pa., and starts Sunday at the Concord Mall. All three films in the saga, including "Return of the Jedi," will be featured in the free-standing exhibit. Visitors will be able to get a behind-, the-scene look at how the movies were created through original artwork, concepts, photos and docu-j ments. At the Jedi Communication Center, special receivers will allow . participants to listen to messages from the two Star Wars stars, Darth Vader and C-3PO. In the Jedi Photo Center, fans can have have pictures taken in a fantasy setting of JLALJiJJkAJUJUUhJUU Friday, July 1, 1M3 EspedaN I Illness forced Liz Taylor to take a break from "Private Lives." ier & Co. to the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial Commission. Manning Nielaan, a spokesman for the commission, said officials hope to sell the painting to raise money for the $230 million drive to refurbish the statue and nearby Ellis Island by 1986, the statue's centennial. Delacroix has been a resident of Greenwich, Conn., for two years. Princess Anne named chief Queen Elizabeth II honored the Royal Scots regiment Thursday for 350 years of service to the crown, and named her daughter, Princeaa Anne, the regiment's new colonel in chief. Hundreds of spectators in Holyrood, Scotland, watched as the queen reviewed a parade of the regiment's 1st Battalion, its band, pipes and drums, and a 50-strong detachment of Gurkhas, affiliated with the Royal Scots. Addressing the unit, the queen announced she had "decided to continue the link between the royal family and the regiment" by naming Princess Anne, 32, to the honorary post. Brown listed as 'stable' The medical problems facing Gov. John Y. Brown Jr. as he recuperates from triple-bypass heart surgery are only the latest in a series of troubles that have clouded the waning months of his jet-setting administration. The 49-year-old multimillionaire, who has been talked of as a possible Democratic presidential contender, has also faced embarrassing publicity over huge gambling losses, the firing of a key cabinet aide, and a grand jury investigation reportedly involving a close friend. Brown, who made his fortune as head of the Kentucky Fried Chicken empire, was listed in stable condition Thursday at the University of Kentucky Medical Center at Lexington. Martha E. Espedahl is a staff reporter. weekend "Return of the Jedi." Bring your own camera. The display and activities will be held through July 15 at Granite Run. Mall hours are 10 a.m. -9:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. It runs through July 17 at Concord Mall. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. Free. Wilson Park to host Community Day The George M. Wilson Community Day will be held Sunday beginning at 1 p.m. at the George Wilson Park on New London Road, in Newark. Events include swimming, bingo, track and field, basketball and soft-, ball games. Arts and crafts will be demonstrated and sold. Relive the glamour of the Roaring' 20s Recall the glamour of the Roaring '20s Sunday and Monday at the Mount Hope Estate and Winery, 13 miles north of Lancaster, Pa., on Pennsylvania 72, one-half mile south of Pennsylvania Turnpike Exit 20. There'll be jazz dancing and Charleston lessons by Judith Williams' Movement Laboratories, followed by a Charleston contest. A flapper fashion show will be conducted by Sharon Kramer, complete with the history of fashion.i hemlines, hair and hat styles of the 1920s. Those arriving in automobiles of 1920-1930 will be admitted free and prizes will be awarded to the best-dressed couples in authentic outfits. Hours are noon-5 p.m. both days; bring lawn chairs or blankets. Admission is $3 a person. Children younger than 6 admitted free. AAAAAiim J 7 V 7 r "A TMIEE-RKIG CIRCUS OF ACTION, STUNTS AND JUST PLAIN FUN!" 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