Philadelphia Daily News from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 1, 1965 · Page 45
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Philadelphia Daily News from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania · Page 45

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, July 1, 1965
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4'? v?v mM 1 I BARBARA ANN LYNCH and PRESIDENT JOHNSON ... getting medal for bravery in Washington ?I5 II nri-l- 1 11 1 AM S 'VV 3 VI mtibunni ftihyrart Ibisoit,ajuLfVT5ta."'iiHri Liz-Burton Co-star The Sandpiper at RandolpK Sweden' in Area Opening "I'll Take Sweden," now playing in the area theaters, falls under the heading of a wholesome "sex" comedy for the whole family. Fnr fhia foon cof fViat-Ac Time Hav WpM an irPn. A,t Lh h 4v, While fully aware of his hy Fnr tho nu , Li,.,- , -. pocrisy, he continually finds have Bob Hone and Dina ihp RanHnTnh excuses' to visit her cottage. With Elizabeth Taylor playing a; her and sent to a private board ravishing, unconventional artist ing school. and Richard Burton as the mar- " , . ried man who becomes her BLRTO.V, the Episcopalian lover, there's more than a hint minister who heads the school, of type-casting in "The Sand-is immediately attracted to the P'Per. IriVfiant Miss RovnnlHc Hocnito Naturally we don't know if their widely differing views of tne celebrated pair in mind when he penned the original BUT MISS TAYLOR and rill. Nothing "wrong" ever hap- j Burton often appear to be playpens in these paralleling ro- ing themselves, whether voic-mances. It's always thatiing philosophies on life, love setting inland marriage or gazing longing- Their inevitable affair is brief Around Our Town Hero's Medal Given Atco Gal bv LBJ By CHARLIE BANNISTER Sixteen-year-old Barbara Ann Lynch has a new friend He is President Johnson who presented Barbara Ann a "pre-honeymoon" at a with a Young American Medal for Bravery one of threejdish youth festival. Meanwnne, verge ' and with a the free-love climate of Sweden, that verge leads to endless comic complications on a two generation level. WIDOWER HOPE hies daugh ter Tuesday off from California to Sweden to get her from the clutches of young Avalon. The lad's intentions are honorable (marriage), but since his sole assets are a guitar, a motorcycle and a trailer, Bob is leery of the match. In Sweden; Tuesday meets a suave young executive (Jeremy Slate), who converts her tastes from rock 'n roll to Bacb. - Bob is overjoyed, until he learns that Slate's idea of culture also includes plans for boy Swe- but through it they find new understanding o themselves. Burton realizes the affair was a natural culmination of the lit- lv at each other lue corruptions be bad allowed This is intended merelv as'to taint him. From "an admin- an observation and not as aiistrator and fund-raiser" who complaint. "The SandoiDer" isihat compromised his Christian principles for gain, he returns to the basic goals of a man of God. a literate, uncompromising examination of the eternal triangle, one that stays firmly on base by offering neither an easv And Miss Taylor, so embittcr- solution nor a happy ending, ed against man she refused to As Laura Reynolds, Miss put the human form In her Taylor is a painter who lives paintings, learns there are true, in tne splendid isolation of California's Big Sur with her young satisfying relationships in life. THE MOVIE was filmed on son, born out of wedlock. She : - 1 1 j : i i . . ... is a seii-uescnoea naiuransi in-.. c I who believes only in the :awsiBor9nme o'gned oi nature not tnose of man. Her non-conformist attitudes also apply to the rearing of her with the result that the Ernest Borgnine, Academy Award-winner and star of his own weekly television series. has been signed for a co-starring awarded this year. The story began in November, 1S3. when Barbara Ann ran Dr. MEDIEVAL PROF Rnhert Liimianskv.'thl'ouh li..,:- r r Bob also is be-!1-"1' vuwa dil: ing exposed to Swedish customS;Four SinqerS in Roles court orders him taken from role in the Paramount-Embassy production of "The Oscar,1 which goes before the cameras July 12 ucou L iu"""c line weaamg oeus. :,ttn 9nH i.nn i-r,n. t,0i;, sity, takes over today as chair-j ALONG WITH AVALON, has- vini and Regoo Romani for. pro- man of tbe Department oi Eng-1" su'lu,,cu u" -"".auctions this coming season. lish at the University of Penn-, ""J- "",a. "l "T . J same resort. American moral- sylvania. jty wjns out Dut m before Dr. Lumiansky is a specialist1 a lot of mad chasing through in Medieval English literature., hotel rooms. 3 UVtJ The setup gives Hope a wide berth for his fast quips on top ics ranging from teens to in-i ternational relations. Avalon 'also provides a number of musical breaks and the Swedish (: setting offers eye-catching verdant forests to buxom blondes. Sandra Saunders back into her family's burning former provost and graduate '"r T c, itahutr r,,n hpfnrA!Company has cast sPranos heme to save ber invalid grand! . i?"1'. ." run before Montserrat Caballo and Renata mother from the smoke and flames. The Camden Catholic High School senior discovered the Maze, alerted ber brother and parents and ran from the house. Moments later, she returned to her grandmothers room, wrapped the elderly woman in a blanket, then covered the wom an's body with her own to pro tect her from the heat. - r 1 1 i-iremen iouna ooui uauijr w mmd anA nnransriotK. I r . v ciroin ado Apcui uimuj months in hospitals recovering, but managed to keep up with ber school work. She and her family were in vited to the White House yester day where the President told Barbara Ann that her actions refuted the "libels and slanders which the conduct of a few can: bring on many American young people." He smiled and pinned the medal on her blue dress. "Thank you very much, sir," she said shyly. Barbara Ann was accompanied by her parents, Marion and Farrell Lynch and her brother Joseph, 11, all of Atco, N. J. IDAR-X NOW THRU SAT. FRANKFORT) AVI. LfVICX ST. IHK IIUII.INAL CHEERS lra4nri IIUUY CEDCHCAU Giordano's "Andrea Chenier"; itjj-K 1 fifi'i gBI'l ODDosite Franco Corelli Tuesdav. IUmtlmmmmmmmmm April 5. Tagliavini will make his U. S. debut with Renata Tebaldi in "La Boheme" Tuesday, March 1. Miss Scotto and Romani will sing the leads in "Madame Butterfly" Nov. 16. location in the Big Sur. The im posing grandeur of this coastal region, captured in stunning color, provides a setting which compliments the mood of the film, as well as dazzling the eye. The supporting cast features Eva Marie Saint, as Burton's wife, shattered by his infidelity but also driven to self examina tion, and Charles Bronson. a "beatnik" sculptor in love with Miss Taylor and given to jealous baiting of the "preacher." The title is taken from the symbolic young bird Miss Taylor cares for until it is wtU enough to fly free. Sandra Saunders Killer Joe Piro At AAoorestown Today Killer Joe Piro. rage cf the discotheque set. will be at the Moorestown Mall, Route 38, Moorestown, N. J., during its Independence Day celebration today. Appearing from 2 to 4 P. M., Piro will demonstrate such dances as the frug. monkey, Watusi and mule, as well as introducing a new dance in honor of the occasion, "The Moorestown Maul." He is one of the leading teachers of fad dances. Role for Savalas Lamiaasky Zerweck 1 Telly Savrlas has been signed for a co-starring role in Para-MARKET EXEC j mount Pictures' suspense drama, Charles W. Zerweck, vice "The Slender Thread," star-president of Automatic Retail- ring . Academy Award-winners ers of America (a Philadelphia! Sidney Poitier and Anne Ban- vending company) became pres- croft, ident of the 30,000-member Sales and Marketing Executives International today at the association's headquarters in New York. THE STERLING BROS. BLAZERS PLUS THE TONITE'S CELEBRITIES fiorbora lnston Mori ftws Th Rval Joon Cahill lorbom Longtton Mori Rica Carol SterUy Ray And th Dl Rn JoHfiwy And TK Tonot ftnqwt Ptvs Cotrinf Up t 400 IN OUR DOWNSTAIRS 1 I l4J PCNNVMCR CIRCLI AND ROOSEVELT BLVD. DE 1-3050 y5A,t & WOODtANO BAQI ETS PRTIKS 10 llOO l.t-V:HEON lll- RS DAII V InrM FEATt KINO MTIH l THE M 4TTFRHfRV THE THREE LEADERS F-turln, NAN DALISE GOING GONE LOTS OF HEART inirteen young people repre- Some 61 local scientists study- senting the local YMCA Hi-Y ir,p heart ailments will share' ana ln-tu-Y leu toaay ior me cardiovascular research fellow-Ullh National Hi-Y Assembly at shiDs and erants-in-aid totaling' St. Olaf College, Northfield, more than $366,000. Minn. The funds are made available, HOSPITAL DRIVE bv the American Heart Associa-I .. .. lion, and State and local socie-' ortneastern Hospital s new lJes . j building fund campaign hit the HELLO SOYO 1 $400-000 mark for the institu te 14th annual convention of H0"' modernization and expanse Syrian Orthodox Youth Or- on program. The fund is still canizatinn hein, todav at the o,wu snort oi jis guai Sheraton Hotel. Souheil Cham-mas, deputy permanent representative of Lebanon to the Some people say, "Bookbinder's has been around forever.'' Wrong! WE'RE ONLY United Nations, will address the 1000 conventioneers. CHIOS CONVENE And Chapter 16. "O Koraes" cf Philadelphia is hosfrts htr 19th annual convention of the United Chios Societies of Amei lea this week at the Marriott Motep Hotel-- ';"'' . AIR MAYORS Mayors Gerald Possenger of ML Pocono, , Joseph Small of Stroudsburg, and Thomas L. Kistler of East Stroudsburg, were among 11 passengers making the inaugural flight today 08 jMes new air taxi service be- preeirMt. Pocono and Philadel phia International Airport. The flights, costing $14.50 each way. Mot Hrfe -flitl v w- v. YEARS OLD! tl( She 1865 n IU 81IBIUL UOOSBIHDEB'S hi -- r-' - Restaurant 12S WALNUT ST. WHAT'S SEASHORE CACCIATORE? Jusf th pinkest Panama SHRIMP, frash North Atlantic LOBSTER, choic nearby CRABMEAT and dnp ua SOLE, swimming in mty CACCIATORE SAUCE from tunny Italy. 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