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Jo Huntley- Wright of London, England, will make her American debut in Shaw's "Pygmalion", the first of ten plays to be staged at the Rockland County Circle Theater, Orangeburg, N. Y. this summer. Finding the right person for the rolo of Lisa had presented something of a problem to Evelyn Barnes Peirce, director of Rockland County Circle produc tions who Insisted that the part be played with an authentic cockney English accent. Jo Huntley-Wright is quite at home with Shaw. She won the acclaim of London's critics for her fine work in Shaw's "Back to Methuselah" at the Lyric Theater, and "Village Wooing" at London's Embassy. Miss Wright's appearance In "Pygmalion" at Orangeburg will be a her first experience with acting in the round. When asked how she felt about meeting her first American audience face to face, Miss Wright replied: I'll love it! Americans are so appreciative of good acting, and arena staging, with the audience seated around the players, gives everyone a chance to see and hear everything. This is rather important in a play such as 'Pygmalion'. It's going to be a lot, of fun and," she said hopefully. I do hope I please my first Ameri can audience." LOCAL WINNERS Receive 12 -Inch Television Com-! blnations At Amusement Park Cliffside Park Four Bergen County residents were winners of television sets last night in Palisades Amustment Park. Winners who received 12 'j -inch television sets with an F. M. radio combination were: Miss Florence O'Brien of 149 Cambridge Avenue, Englewood; Miss Margaret Fitterer of 151-155 Engle Street, Englewood; Mrs. Louise Smith of 10 Lincoln Drive, Rochelle Park; Mrs. John Knoebl of 243 Wayne Avenue, Cliff-side Park; and Theodore Lamar of 3315 Pleasant Avenue, Union City. QUITS OPERA Former Singer At Metropolitan Now Pursuing Evangelist's Career Toronto (INS) A former opera star has now become an evangel istic singer Miss Dorothea Jones has had a notable career in the musical world. She began her voice training at 6 years of age, and was accepted by the Metropolitan Opera Company of New York at 16. During the war she sang for the Royal Canadian Air Force. Then last February Miss Jones attended a gospel service in Toronto. She says it was the turning point in her life. She gave up her work as an opera singer, and is now devoting her talents to a career as an evangelist. Cariplto itch is .sometimes experienced by sailors in Venezuela harbors. It is caused by hairs from the wings and bodies of a particular moth. 11:5-WPIX Nliht Owl Theater Film: Enemy, With Warren Hull and Ed Linaker 1T:1-WABD News llS-WNBT Broadway Open House Jerry Lester Il:2-WOR-TV Comedy Carnival Film 11 :35-Vt OR-TV Telefax 12:05-WPIX News, Sports sort Weather Avenger! Danger brought ' him and the girl of, the underground together f x' w -J . sr- mm aiw il EYERY WEDNESDAY - SPECIAL KIDDIE 3 EIG FEATURES - REQUEST FEATURE - Garbo Movie Chilled Deal To Make Film In Europe Under Wanger Is Of f Too Many Difficulties Seen Bt BOB THOMAS tlnllirmnnr) Tlino 97 I IP .LW-AT I, uuu. " - a longer wait for her film return. The deal for her to make a picture In Europe under the producership of Walter Wanger and Eugene Frenke Is now completely off, Inside sources TOO MANY TROUBLES The project has been on and off for over a year, but now has been terminated. The difficulties of filming in a foreign land caused the abandonment. Wanger, it is reported, was un willing to gamble the actress's ca reer in a film which could not be made under the most ideal of cir cumstances. Garbo, who hasn't made a film since "Two-Paced Woman" nearly a decade ago, is still anxious for a movie return. However, there is no hurry. Friends say she is financially well-fixed. Paul Douglas was asked If he had any regrets over not doing the filmlspeCiaities. All Cadets will receive version of his stage role In "Born instruction in fundamentals of air-Yesterday". His frank answer: craft engines, theory of flight, me- None." However, he wishes his friend Brod Crawford well in the role and hopes the picture will be good. Douglas was worried about being typed in films as his character in A Letter to Three Wives". After playing several times In the same character, he laid down the law to his studio. He feels his roles in "Panic in the Streets" and "14 Hours" have broken the type and he's feeling better about his career now. Richard Basehart has the most confining role of the year in "14 Hours". He plays the potential sui cide who stands on a high-up ledge and threatens to jump off. He has to do all his emoting in the space of about one square foot. Unlike the original story, Basehart will fall, not Jump off the ledge. The censors do not approve of suicide in films. It was five years ago that Cecil B. DeMille refused to pay $1 for a a radio union assessments to combat labor law proposal. Last night William Keighley celebrated his fifth anniversary as DeMille's replacement on radio theater. Keigh ley is expected to be back on the program next fall. Gene Tierney says she has 10 years to go with 20th-Fox and she has no worries about the future. "I don't see why some people in Hollywood talk about panic," she says. "We'll still be making pictures, although they may be shown on television instead of in theaters." Fans have been wondering why Gene was put in "Night and the City", in which she plays a tiny role. Gene is wondering too Richard Greene and Patricia Me- dina may be living part, but theyi share the same press agent. . . . Mel Torme plays a bellhop in "Duchess of Idaho" but doesn't sing one foggy note. . . . Audie Murphy says he's serious about going tiger hunting in India next winter. Barbara Stanwyck took time out to make some radio announcements to plug Walter Huston's performance in 'The Furies", his last picture. Frankie Laine and Nan Grey may team on rajiio and T. V. shows when they return from their honeymoon. . . . Preview audiences- applauded baseball scenes with Red Skelton in "Three Little Words". Reason: one of the unbilled players was Harry Ruby, whom Skelton was portray ing in the picture. teSTEWART MeyWINIEES DanDURYEA Also "BtALll ON PARADE" Gordon MarRae Technicolor "RF.TI'RN OF THE FRONTIERSMAN" New Mars-Bros. Hit! "LOVE HAPPY" Dick Powell June Allysoa "REFORMER A REDHEAD" Ellrabrth Taylor Robert Taylor conspTrator" BnnalrJ Colmaa Oletie Holm 'CHAMPAGNE FOR CAESAR'' Erf m and O'Bri 4 D. O. A " It-f Arrn ! i Eleanor Parker Afar Meorehead CAGED" Vincent Price t licit. Drew BARON OP ARIZONA" Sabo mm J aaTaTnt 1 aBaTl I V" . V ' W 9 tJ" t Wt W aSm. fc. i k 5 f sLl? J SHE MADE -ie, fV-of": IV MISTAKE -k& ' .svssav . .a-. 'iA I -i i . ' t " ?' .-tV f-'i C 1 OF HER OWN V- , y r wr j ,a.f i Tn nivt- x .'".' . 'Na. -'-- .4ff v visa. mliX,, JsZi WOMAN 15: Vans flf Orfta GarDO Will I131V6 I i report. SV ' AIR PATROL CADETS SOUGHTFOR SCHOOL Teterboro Flight Accepting Applica tions Of Boys, Girls Teterboro The Teterboro flight of the Civil Air Patrol announced today that it Is ready to accept ap Dlications from boys and girls 15 to 18 years of age as civil Air fairoi Cadets. All within this age group who qualify for membership will have the opportunity of developing their interest in aviation under nrnnpr Instruction of exrierts well Lialified to teach their individual iteoroloey. aerial navigation, in- spection and maintenance, saiety around aircraft, and many allied subjects. ! Those showing special aptitudes will have the opportunity of voluntarily participating in many other Civil Air Patrol activities, such as the New Jersey Wing 22 National Champion Drill team, orientation flights, practice observation flights and the annual summer encampment at an Air Force base. Classes will be conducted on Tues day from 7:30 to 10 P. M. at the Teterboro School of Aeronautics. It is the intention of the Civil Air Patrol to create a healthy, properly trained Interest in aviation and further the national effort with re spect to civil and military aviation. DELEGATES NAMED Bergen Residents Will Attend 4th Convention Of Reserve Officers (Special to the Bergen Evening Record) Elizabeth, June 27 The official New Jersey delegation which will attend the twenty-fourth national convention of the Reserve Officers Association of the U. S., In Washington, D. C, from tomorrow to Saturday, was announced today by Lieutenant Commander Morgan S. Naught of Elizabeth, Department of New Jersey president. Beside Commander Naught, those who will make the trip will Include Colonel William M. Lanning of Trenton, past department president and chairman of this delegation; Colonel Henry Nulton, Elizabeth; Colonel Arthur Bell, Union; Colonel Hubert W. Amundson, Plainfield; Lieutenant Colonel Hy man Bashein, Millburn; Lieutenant Colonel Carl J. Koenig, Fair Lawn; Colonel Douglas V. Aitkin and Lieutenant Colonel Joshua V. Davi-dow, Bridgeton; Lieutenant Colonel Edgar Lewis, Pennington; Captain Frank Boehler, Jersey City; Colonel E. A. Hendershot, West Englewood; and Colonel Frank Rohrs. Some of the larger irrigation ditches in India are used for fish culture to supply food for the people. A lead pencil contains no lea4, but rather a mixture of graphite and clay. RIALTQ RIDOEFIEln PARK "WABASH AVE." "GUILTY OF TREASON" WED. THRU SAT. "BLACK HAND" - 'Out Riders" Joel McREA Arlene DAHL 2 rxsTTT Today A Tomorrow Roht. CLAIMING 8 - Arlene DAHL "THE BLACK BOOK" Stewart GRANGER 4 "CARAVAN" LADIES CUTLERY MTES TrY STAC WAYS Vi BWY PWCFS 1 ot Erie I . . J , 1 -f -f , I I ti 'rsscort Smile. W l a at - sa at 7-1800 Eyes. :4ft Air conditioned Mat. 2:40 Bee. Tonite Mats. Wed., Sat. aV Sun. Twits Sex Hilariously' AMONG Sf.SOX IrifiMl TWlfit rUTJ!',l I'viT PrthiKtiil Jtrm ClHopmert July 4 "A Streetcar Named Desire" VACATION CLUB MATINEE - STARTS 1 P. M. ABBOTT & COSTEILO IN "HOLD THAT GHOST" PAGE TWFVTY-SEVEN Time sciieduie BERGEN Key, S:10. 8:45, Tengion, 1:40, 7:00, 10:S0. CAPITOL Agent, 1:00, 3:44. 28. t.12. Wabash. 2:00, 4:44. 7:28. 10:12. DRIVE-IN Dan Patch. 8.43. 11:11. Hideout 10:13. EMBASSY Night, 1:10. :4S. 8:15, 8 :s. Orient. 2 15. 4 50. 7 20. 9 SO.. EN GLEW'OOD Arabian. 3:28. 7:00 n.na. o -i ; -i an. PABIAN (Hoboken) D. O A., 100. 4 1i. 7:17, 10:33. LbampaaTna, 3:33, 8 50. FABIAN (Pateraon) Reformer, 1:15, 4.09, 7 03, 8 57. Happy. 3:29. 5:23. 8 17. FOX Kiodie. 1 00 to 4:15. Champagne, 6:40. 9 50. D, O. A . 5:15, 8:25. GRANT LEE Book, S 35, 7:00, 10:15. Car avan. 2:10, H 3U. HY WAY Wabash. 2:44. 7:00, 10:08. Kid. 1 16. 8-48 LINCOLN Caged, 3:00. 6:30, 10.10. Baron. 1:15. 4:44, 8 25 ORITAN1 Conspirator!, 132, 8:01. 8:30. Reformer, 2:59. 6 28, 9 57. PALACE Rupert. 1:41, 7:05, 10:80. Third Man, 311. 8:42. PARK LANE; Riding, 1:05, 8:35. Backfire, 2 55. 7 00. 10 25 PASCACK Third Man, 3:10, 8:40. Rupert. 1 43. 7 00. 10:24 PLAZA Champagne, 8:30. D. O. A,, T:00, 10:08. QUEEN ANNE Third Man, 3:00 , 8:35. Rupert, 1 40. 7:00. 10:25. HI ALTO Treason, 7:00, 10:10. Wabash, 8:40. STANLEY Winchester. 1 03, 4 03, t'03, 10 03. Beatuty, 11:57. 2:57, 5 57, 8 57. STATE Night. 12:50, 4 00, 7:05, 10:10. Singing. 11:30. 2:30. 5.40. 8:50. BABY BORN TO ENSIGN Ridgewood A baby girl was born June 18, to Mrs. Frank S. Glendinning, wife of Ensign Frank S. Glendinning, U. S. N of 78 Ridge) Road, at the Naval Hospital, Pensa-cola, Fa. The baby has been named Eileen Katherine. V ROUTE 4 aRaMUS. N. J. i HACKf NSACK 3-5063 DENNIS O'KEEFE GAIL RUSSELL "The Great Dan Patch" Also ADRIAN BOOTH 'HIDEOUT NOW SISSfS FREE .tacts auasAU. CUUDETTE COLBERT ROBERT RTJLN , Aa OlftafM.1 r. ia a I a.,.., " "WIJtH 'WABASH AVENUE Technicolor "FEDERAL AGENT AT LAROE" Kent TAYLOR Hl'MPHRET BOGART GLORIA GRAHAME "In A Lon.ly Plaqt" William HOLDETsr' token GRAY "Father Is A Bachelor' "OUTRAGES OF THE ORIENT" AND Far Into The Nlyht" I "EARLY LAST SHOW I Eyery Nltn Except I Friday i. Saturday J First (howtnt This Vicinity Clark GABLE Lorettn TOINQ "KEY TO THE CITY" "TENSION" Joseph s"OTT EN-V ALU -Orson WELLES "THE 3RD MAN" JIMMV IM RANTE as "THE GREAT RUPERT" Wednesday C. GABLE - I.. TOCNO "KEV TO CITV", Alsa "TENSION" . Erery Wed. aV Thurs. Matinea "ATOM MAN VS. SUPERMAN" fFAilAl Man ml eAna,:1 LAST DAY - "RIDINQ HIGH" aV "BACKFIRE" Special Kiddie Show Wed. Matinee Maria MONTEZ . Turn an BEY "AL! BABA & THE 40 THIEVES" IN TECHNICOLOR AND "Charlie McCarthy, Deftetlvt" Plm CARTOONS & COMEDIES A LAST CHAPTER Or "ADVENTI RES OF SIR GALAHAD" PLI'S First Chapter ot "ATOM MAN VS. SI PFRMAN" WED. E E. thru SAT. k Knwalind K us set I - Kobl. limtininga TELL IT TO THE JUDGE" Last Day "THE REFORMER AND THE REDHEAD" Also "CONSPIRATOR" lCW4rrW. 4 Betty Victor S GRABI C M ATI RE I Li ft. NO MAN OF HER OIVN XT'- aa-nai atau.

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