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fHfi SANDUSKY ttEGlStEfi STAR-NEWS Saturday, September 18, 1»5» Singer Who Reached Top Without Effort Had Struggle To Survive »y FRED DANZIG HjJSW" YORK, 'Sept. 15 (VP)—What happens when a •Inrer is a success without the struggle? Joan Weber is a case in point. In November, 1954, Joan Weer's recording of "Let Me Go over" made show business his- ory, Introduced on a dramatic {television show, the record's im- Jpact was astounding. It passed Ithe million-mark in sales in just few weeks and Joan, still a teenager, fresh out of Paulsboro, N. J., found herself booked into New York's Copacabana. "When the record caught on," Joan said, "I was caught without an act. I didn't even know how to take a bow. And there I was, playing the Copa. "I had no time to get my bearings. I just wasn't ready." •Bookings Taper Off < After a while, those plush bookings tapered off and early 'this year, Joan was out of work. JThat's when she decided to make :a change in her act. She bought ; sleek gowns, changed her hair from dark to blonde, learned to put over sophisticated ballads. Presto! The new Joan Weber! She opened at the Casino Royal in Washington about six months ago and won rave reviews. Then she played the nicer spots.in Houston, Dallas, Ottawa and New Orleans. Reviewers, besides praising her singing, wrote about her "graciousness . . . her Grace Kellyish charm." In the coming months, Joan will be playing the Miami-Havana circuit. No Begrudging Her newly won acceptance gives Joan an opportunity to speak of the flash-in-the-pan star's problem. But Joan said she would not change a thing in her career if she had it to do over. "I can see now that it is turning out so well, and I wouldn't have begrudged myself those proud months when I was on top, ,k Joan said. "In this business, that's what we work for." However, she makes this point: "I'm talking about the mental approach. As for bookings, being an instant hit didn't help in the long run because I had no experience to speak of. "Now, I feel that I'm ready for the Copa. I didn't feel that way the first time." Broker's Wife Identifies One Of Abductors Charges Two Women Kidnaped Her From Soil's Home. Left Her On Desert Highway. . in Tom Tully, as a prison warden, talks to Dave Garcia, condemned criminal, in this scene from "Behind The High Wall," opening Sunday at the State. • ' NEW YORK, Sept. 15 (UP)— Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein have been signed by CBS to write and produce a 90- minute musical version of "Cinderella" for early next year. Julie Andrews, leading lady of the stage's "My Fair Lady," will have the title role. THEATER NEWS STATE Brutal action keys the fast- paced plot of "Behind The High Wall" a melodrama of prison .riots and escaped convicts which plays as part of the double fea ture program Sunday through Tuesday. The picture stars Tom Tully's wife. Completing the bill, "Screaming Eagles" is a story of the experiences of a company of paratroopers on D-Day. Tom JTryon and Jan Sterling play the Reading roles. ' "The Eddy Duchin Story" starts a full week's run on 'Wednesday. Combining the magic of reality and the Stardust of ro mance, Tyrone Power and Kim Novak are glowingly and gloriously teamed in this Cinema­ scope and technicolor production. A sensitive screen enter tainment based on the fabulous public and private life of a famed society band leader, the •picture is a drama rich in simple :love and spectacular triumph, •desperate loneliness and deep• seated despair. It is essentially, tan exciting and moving depiction :of a man known by millions only tby his music, "Music by Du- jchin." Music, too, figures im- Jportantly in this film, the story •of a man who shook the golden •towers of Manhattan with his •fingers on the keys of a piano. :OHIO ; , Starting tomorrow for three .'days the double feature program is topped by "Girls In Prison," : a drama of women without men ;in a snakepit of violence bring- >ing thrills and excitement. Star• ring Richard Denning as a prison chaplain and Joan Taylor, Adele Jerganes and Helen Gilbert as three beauties involved in murders, fights and a prison break, jthe story tells of a girl im! prisoned as a result of robbery jand the attempt of vicious wo- jmen prisoners to make her re- Iveal the hiding place of the loot. : Rounding out the program is "Hot Rod Girl", starring Lori Nelson. The story concerns the fight to maintain a patrolled drag strip to keep the hot-rodders off city streets. Starting Wednesday for four days another double bill is scheduled headed by "Godzilla, King of The Monsters." This new science-fiction is called a real hair-raiser. Raymond Burr will when Godzilla, fabled monster of the deep, returns to life. Re cent hydrogen bomb experiments haye re-charged his vitality and have once again made h|m into a living force of destruction. Be fore the monster is finally de stroyed, the 400-foot Godzilla creates enough havoc and excitement to create thrills. Rounding out the bill is "Gunslinger," starring John Ireland and Beverly Garland. „ PLAZA Playing through Sunday at the Plaza will be "To Hell ,.And Back," starring Audie Murphy and Marshall Thompson, and "The Naked Dawn," in techni­ color, features Arthur Kennedy and Betta St. John. "The Stooge" starts next Friday, starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. The second feature has Jane Russell, Jeff Chandler and Dan Duryea in "Foxfire", a fiery love story of a young heiress who marries a half-breed Apache Indian. On The Air The former Ziegfeld theater, now an NBC color TV studio, was formally inaugurated in its new capacity with the season's first "Perry Como Show." New Jerusalem Baptist Church Service Sunday Ground breaking ceremony for the New Jerusalem ' Baptist Church will start at 1:30 p. m Sunday on the new site at 1719 Fourth-st, according to the Rev. Fred Tucker, pastor. The public is invited. The Rev. E. Hunter is to give the dedication prayer, followed by a hymn to be sung by Mrs Fred Tucker. The pastor will then give the talk of dedication Presently the church is located at 224 Dixie-av. NBC gets its new "Adventures of Sir Lancelot" started Sept. 24 in the 8 p. m. spot Monday. Wil liam Russell, a British actor pre- iously unknown here, is the hero of the filmed series. Mary Martin is back from several months at her new estate in Brazil to prepare for her role of Billie Dawn in NBC's 90-minute version of "Born Yesterday" on Oct. 28. As everyone suspected, Nanette Fabray has been signed to re-create her Broadway stage role in the NBC version of "High Button Shoes," musical to be done Nov. 24 in a 90-minute version. Phil Silvers won't re-create his comedy role for a rather obvious reason—he works for CBS. SANDUSKY DRIVE-IN Starting Sunday and playing through Wednesday will be an all color program featuring "The Rose Tattoo", starring Burt Lancaster and Anna Magnani, and "Red Mountain", stars Alan Ladd and Lizabeth Scott. The cartoon is "Runaway Mouse." Thursday and playing through Sunday will be "Artists And Models", starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, and "Flying Leathernecks", features John Wayne and Robert Ryan, and a cartoon, "Little Tinker." Added attraction for Saturday night will be "Fort Vengeance," starring James Craig and Rita Moreno. be seen in the role of the Amer . ican newspaper correspondent who happens to be in Tokyo Couple To Marry Oct. 10 At Willard WILLARD, Sept. 15—Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wiles, Centerton, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jean to Paul Gene Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hill, 740 Clark-st. The wedding will take place Oct. 10. at 10 a. m. in St. Francis Xavier Church here. Miss Wiles was graduated from the Mansfield School of Nursing on Thursday. Eagles To Meet At New London Jack Benny's return to CBS Sept. 23 marks the start of his seventh season on TV. British filmed product hasn't been doing so badly on American TV. "The Vise" series, "Robin Hood," the made-in-Britain (but American - produced) "Sherlock Holmes" and the soon-due "Sir Launcelot" will be joined Sept. 22„by the beginning of a British- made series called "The Buccaneers" on CBS Saturdays at 7:30 p. m. Early 18th century freebooting stuff., CBS has named January as the starting date for the filmed situation come*dy series called "Mr. Adams and Eve," starring Howard Duff and Ida Lupino. It will be seen at 9 p. m. Fridays, replacing "Crusader." Groucho Marx has a new long term contract with NBC, effective in September. re Vacationland Aerie of the Fraternal Order of Eagles held its regular meeting Wednesday night, with past worthy president Herbert L. Smith, presiding. Two new members were obligated during the meeting. Past worthy president, William H. Zimmerman, gave a report on the district meet held in Huron last Sunday. The next monthly meet of the district will be in charge of the initiatory work. The building committee announced transfer of the deed for new aerie home has now been completed and plans for the new building will be made and pre sented to the members for their approval soon. The aerie agreed to sponsor the Eagle League for bowling On Oct. 6 the club rooms will be open to the public for a special dinner. Proceeds from the din ner to go toward the new aerie home. Round and square dancing for the evening has been plan ned. Farm-City Week Set For Nov. 76-22 COLUMBUS, Sapt. 15 (UP) — Gov. Frank J. Lausche today proclaimed the week of Nov. 16-22 as Farm-City week and asked all Ohioans to work together on community programs to increase understanding and improve relations between rural and urban people. This marks the 2nd annual Farm-City Week sponsored by the Kiwanis International. Augaiz- co staged the first observance in the nation with an interchange of farm people inspecting industries and the city people visiting the farm. Fox Is Found To Be Quite A Traveler ZAP, N. D., Sept. 15 (UP) — The fox, which will prey on chickens, lambs and other small animals, has been found to migrate many miles in one generation. Ernest Zahn, of the North Dai kota Fish and Wildlife Depart; ment, conducted a fox-tagging experiment and concluded that the animal will travel up to 60 miles before reproducing. Halt's Restaurant Cleveland Rd. Featuring Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches Ice Cream— Shakes PIZZA 25c to $1.25 OPEN 5 P. M, to 2 A. M. J. EDGAR HOOVER FINED INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 15 (UP) —J. Edgar Hoover was given suspended 10-day sentence and fined $87 for drunkenness, reckless driving and profanity Hoover, 35, is not related to the FBI chief. THE TOY CENTER 909 FULTON ST. Phone 1228 Open Daily 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. TONIGHT ONLY THREE BIG FEATURES Scott Brady — Rita Gam Wide Vision — Technicolor "MOHAWK" Sterling Hayden, Coleen Gray in Technicolor "ARROW IN THE DUST" Danny Kaye—Gene Tierney Corinne Calret—Technicolor "ON THE RIVIERA" Free Lollipops for the Kiddies BY RON BURTON HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 15 (UP) — Louis Hayward approves of having beefsteak or makeup put on an injured eye or a little water on a dirty face- but he wants his age 40 wrinkles left there. This means a problem for Para mount makeup man Carl Styvera. an artist in his own right who has his own ideas about what should go where and how. It also means problems for photographers be cause Hayward feels the same way about having his pictures touched. Carl, don't make me look like schoolboy." Hayward tells Silvera every morning as he comes to work for the "The Search for Bridey Murphy." Hayward thinks he should look his age. "Passing me off as a 25-year-old something Paramount would never try to do, yet the makeup man attacks wrinkles with a ven-i geance," he said. "The lines in my face are 'age 40' lines, There's nothing wrong with them—not if you're 40, anyhow.'.? Lines Are Interesting Hayward thinks that he is reasonable about some corrective facial actions, but he spells them out. "Let the wrinkles stay in," he said. "If there's dirt on my nose, or one eye is closed, then it can be doctored. Otherwise, I want to be left as I am. "Lines can make a face more in teresting, I think, and indicate character, look at Spencer Tracy. Now he has a much more interesting face right this minute than he had 20 years ago, and he has lines, and you see them." Silvera likes Hayward. Hayward likes Silvera. And still it's the same line about lines every day after they swap good mornings "Now Carl—no schoolboy face today," the actor will say, "I'm 40." It's probably lucky fhat Hayward's type is small in numbers here. Otherwise a lot of makeup men and retouchers might be oat of work. SAN DIEQO, CAL. (UP)—Local authorities said today, Mrs. Evelyn Latham, 51, wife' of a wealthy investment broker, has identified one of the two women who she said kidnaped her from her son's home and left her semi-nude on a desert highway. Mrs. Latha^n was found Friday a dazed condition about 20 miles west of El Centre She was taken to El Centro Hospital and treated for exposure to heat if more than 110 degrees during the 24 hours she spent on the desert. The victim told police she was kidnaped Wednesday night by twe women. She said, they drove her into desolate desert area, stripped off her clothes and buried her under a pile of rocks before fleeing Shortly after Mrs. Latham was discovered by a motorist, Mrs Beatrice Winn, 57, and Mrs. Lu cille M. Whisenand, 36, were booked here on suspicion of kid naping and attempted murder. Both of the women had told police they also had been kidnaped Wednesday but were released. Officers said Mrs. Whisenand was taken to El Centro Friday where Mrs. Latham identified her as one of the kidnapers. Mrs. Latham earlier told police that Mrs. Winn and a Mexican woman abducted her from her son's home threatening to harm her four month old grandson if she didn't accompany them. Mrs. Latham had been baby sitting at the home of her son, Dr. Richard Latham Mrs. Latham told police the women threatened to kill her. She said after crawling from under the rocks she wandered for several hours in the desert before reaching a road. Her husband, George Latham, president of an investment firm and several realty companies, had a lawsuit pending against Mrs. Winn, a former business 'associate. The suit charged she was holding more than $12,000 in jewels belonging to one of the firms he headed. "Lori.Nelson and Roxanne Arlen co-star with' John Smith in "Hot Rod Girl," opening Sunday at the Ohio on a double bill with "Gfrls In Prison." * Charge Man Tried To Run Car Into Sheriff At Jackson JACKSON, Sept. 15 (UP)— John T. Bocock, 28, of Oakhill, was in a Columbus hospital to day with a bullet wound in his back after he allegedly tried to run down Sheriff John Evans with his auto. Evans fired once at Bacock Thursday when he fled to avoid a warrant. As Evans approached, Bocock tried to ram his car into the sheriff, then jumped from the vehicle and ran. The warrant charged that he had made a threat to kill. N. H. To Honor Sea Victims Oliver Hardy In Critical Condition Theater Schedule / HAMPTON, N. H. Sept. 15 (UP) —New Hampshire's sons and daughters, who were lost at sea during United States' wars, have not been forgotten. ' A memorial will be «rrected to them at Hampton Beach and will be dedicated next Memorial Day. The memorial is unique in that it is the only one in the United States created epecially to honor service men and women from every branch of the armed forces who were lost at sea and whose 'OHIO — (Last Day)—"Bah- dido"—2:50, 6 :f6, 9;30. "Annie Get Your Gun"—4:25, 7:50. (Starts Sunday)-V'GU rls In Prison" — 1, 3:50, 6:50, 9:30. "Hot Rod Girl" — 2:30, 5:25, 7:25. STATE — "Pillars Of The Sky" - 1:15, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30, 9:35. Short subjects — 2:50, 4:55. 7, 9:05. (Sunday through Tues.) — "Screaming Eagles" — lf*5, 4:05, 7, 9:50. "Behind The High Wall"—2:40, 5:35, 8:25. DRIVE - IN — "Return Of Jack Slade"—7:05, 12. "Strategic Air Command" — 8:45. "Kansas Pacific"—10:35. (Sun., through Wed.)—"Red Mountain"—7:05, 10:55. "The Rose Tattoo"—8:45. - PLAZA — "The Naked Dawn"—1:20, 4:40, 8:05. "To Hell And Back;' — 2:40, 6:05, 9:25. Chest Chairmen Of Divisions In Friday Meeting The divisional dhairmen of the Sandusky Community Chest held their first luncheon meeting Friday noon at Hanson's restaurant. General . chairman, Sla m u e 1 Cole, outlined the campaign, the agencies and the goal and urged the chairmen to solicit enough workers to do a thorough job of canvassing. Cole urged that workers ask for pledges on a yearly basis in the fair share spirit of giving rather than ask for actual cash donations. He emphasized that the goal will be for each em­ ploye to give an 'amount equal to four hours of pay. Jay Wagner, chairman of the special gifts division, made his initial report showing that $12,855 has been actually pledged in the first week. He emphasized ttiat this represents only a very small percentage of the possible gifts and that early indications are that the goal, of $60,000 for this division will be reached. Each of the divisional chairmen were instructed to arrange a meeting with their workers within the next two weeks. 337 In School WAKEMAN, Sept. 15—Wakeman school has released a list of pupils in each class for the new term. Number of pupils and teacher follow: Fh'st grade, 35, teacher, Mrs, William Stoll; Second, 34, Mrs. A. Tompkins; Third, 34, Mrs. Lester Bauer; Fourth, 34, Miss Cooley; Fifth, 29, Miss Brucker; Sixth, 29, Mrs. Stevenson. Total enrollment for High school is 182, with 55 in the freshmen class and 37 in seniors. bodies were never recovered. The memorial is being made possible by the contributions of Granite State citizens, organizations, and funds from towns, cities and the state. JEFF CHANDLER HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 15 (UP)— Oliver Hardy, the rotund half of the Laurel and Hardy comedy team, was in critical condition today at St. Joseph's Hospital. The 64-year old movie veteran suffered a stroke Friday and was rushed to the hospital in nearby Burbank. A hospital spokesman said Hardy was failing to respond to treatment and that his condition was "practically critical." Hardy with his partner, Stan Laurel, appeared in some 200 films. ON THE BUTTON THE DALLES, ORE., Sept. 15 (UP) — Construction on the big The Dalles dam project came to an abrupt halt recently when a guide was showing some visitors how the dam's push-bfitton fea tures work. The guide inadvertently touched a button that sounded an evacuation siren. Capital, labor Get In Harmony MILWAUKEE, Sept. 15 (UP) —Management and labor are in harmony about baseball at the Galland - Henning Manufacturing Co. The company announced Friday after a poll of employes, that everyone would go home at noon during the World Series, if the Milwaukee Braves * should play. Radios would be brought in for games away from Milwaukee. 432 In School BELLEVUE, Sept. 15 — Sister IN THE THROAT SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH. Sept. 15 (UP) — Surgery was required to remove part of a broom handle from the throat of Harrison O'Connor. A makeshift bench on which O'Connor was sitting broke while he was leaning against the handle of his push-broom. The handle penetrated his throat and came out through his mouth. Mary Samuel, SND, principal of Immaculate Conception school here, announced today that 432 pupils are enrolled this year for an increase of 30 over last term. Enrollment in the eighth grade is 54 and this will make the school's largest graduating class. -for fast service use SANDUSKY TRAVEL SERVICE Hotel Rieger Phone 1022 BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 SHOW STARTS 7:00 ENDS TONITE "RETURN OF JACK SLADE with JOHN MARI ERICSON BLANCHARD AT 7:05—12:00 AND "STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND" JAMES JUNE STEWART ALLYSON AT 8:45 AND 'KANSASPACIFIC with STERLING HAYDLN AT 10:35 STARTS SUNDAY for 4 Dnyi "TRAPEZE" "SUMMERTIME" PLAZA 2 HITS PLAYING thru SUNDAY CINIMASCOPCTECHNICOLOR PLUS 2ND HIT £1 NAKED DAWN ARTHUR KENNEDY JOHN HOLY ANGELS' CHURCH WED. thru CCCXIX/AI SEPT. SUNDAY ItJ I IYAL 12 thru 16 "THE SHOW WITH THE LIGHT" SUNDAY CHILDREN'S MATINEE 2 P. M. to 5 P. M. — Merry-Go-Round — Kiddie Cars — Ferris-Wheel Spaghetti — Sunday, Sept. 16 — 5:30 to 8:00 .. $1.00 GAMES—RIDES—REFRESHMENTS AWARDS SUNDAY NITE SUN. thru WED. An All Color Program 'RED MOUNTAIN' with ALAN "tIZABETH LADD SCOTT AT 7:05—10:55 AND 'The Rose Tattoo' with BURT ANNA LANCASTER MAGNANI AT 8:45 CHILDREN under 12 FREE ADULTS 65c DOROTHY MALONE II TODAY "PILLARS of the SKY CINEMASCOPE AND COLOR 9 SUN. thru TUES. STAV THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE BEHIND THE TOM TULLY SYLVIA SIDNEY JOHN GAVIN i BETTY LYNN-JOHN LARCH BARNEY PHILLIPS and AND The BAIL-OUT-FOR BATTLE GUYS! • starring TOM TRYON AN AWED ARTISTS PICTURE JAN MERLIN • JACQUELINE BEER TYRONE POWER KIM NOVAK STARTS WEDNESDAY C«LO« BY TECHNICOLOR ClNENt/vScOPEl A COLUMBIA PICTURE LAST DAY Robt. Mitchum in "Bandido" & Belly Hullon in "Annie Gel Your Gun" KAY LUTES DANCE STUDIO TAP ACROBATIC BALLET BALLROOM STUDIO OPEN DAILY 2:00 TILL 9:00 P. M. Enroll Now Phone 1205 QUALIFIED MEMBER of DANCE MASTERS of AMERICA Comer Hancock and Monroe Sts. KAY LUTES OHIO Starts TOMORROW DOUBLE S0CK...R0CK...and THRILL SHOW! Together on one program!

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