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'PO". to ItallitIONOSOMPIA 11,0111990611 ANNUM ILATE SHOW Tonight 10 P.M. . , c4.-013- 1.7,,ri N 41111111111111bR CI , W I ?: 'Ciiiimools Flamingos 1 - 1 THE I MARVELOUS MOVIE EYEI MOE I tROM THE PLAY nul KEPT PLAIIVS wan II 1-- frT(1,1r7i'fseD Ls," (4,t;)Lv4, Iir.-4-7)rtr 4.ts :: rbm:uA tsc7haff 4 rt- I W TODAY 1 2 N0FoRNOIM TECHNICOLOR RIVII1111 Prices 6, Afe,.7ti.bd. !Ltcs t smDts RCA IDA Ram TIZMVIU.L.1 111121 MUM IT WWII Ly. 1. - .... , ME SCRANTON TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1962. -, 1 OLLYWOOD,mv.sH AHGRAH !IL,Am 0 -- IFinch,,,caroid. , -: Grow I id) -, '' Editor's Note: 1 Sheilah Graham: Time; Hollestood colunmist. it 1 '111 a - Pik' ' - 1 - . - , . r 4 HoLLywooD By.SHEILAH AM Finch; -GRAN I , 1 4 Editor's Note: Sheilah Graham, Times Hollywood columnist, Is An now in Spain and her column today was written in Madrid. , May keiurii-., MADRIDAva Gardner will not be returning to Hollywood, . , I gathered 'after chatting with her here on the set of !'55 Days at T Peking." was there for three weeks recently, and 'I found' o Peideir !I was there for three weeks recently, and 'I found Hollywood was just as big a bore as everin fact; more boring," she said. 1 , 4 Tbe Sam Bronston production Peer in a blob of perspiration. is Ava's first film in three years "What will you do after this and she is a bit tense and still Picture?" , I asked Ava. She learfurof the press. Madrid is fanned , herself , slowly and re so hot all Summer that I asked Plied, fervently, "vacation,-vaca, Ava, "why do you prefer to tion, vacation." live here?" Flora Robson, playing tho "Because it's so easy to get to other places,"!, she replied, "and I love the Spanish people; they leave me alone." The best bullfighters, Ava told me, are now in Malaga. It's even hotter there-100 in "the shade," I was told by "The Running Man" movie executives. If this reporter 'doesn't cool off soon, she will disap EDDIE BEEZER'S I LIAM ULLL1.11 0 Musical BarMS N Wash. MUSIC IVORY THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NITIS Sensational George Bros. 0 FEATURING SUSIE Tonight at tho Hoyt White Swan The Fabulous Senators Something different In Twisting Wednesday, Friday and Saturday I -Floor Show 44 '4 4 BARU El Finch Hill, RD, Carbondale B y popular demand, Billy B ach, midget M.C. and Judy, dancer. 1! HEART LAKE LODGE FtTtrng BLUE ANGELS EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Catering to waddings, banquets, any tyoe of affair. large email. Fin. Food Served Daily PHONE CL 4-9427 RIVER VIEW DRIVE-IN, PITTSTON IIXCLUSIVI SHOWING His Search For the Missing Helms Led Him Ti Nudist Camps Around the World. SEE Tho Nakod City The isle of Levant "THE SHAMELESS" 2nd Posturs "NAKED. TERROR" loth Pictures in Color ENDS TONITE Sinatra, Martin, Davis, Lawford and Joey Bishop imkeitsairoo AT 1015 0139?...1. .. , 10,21111olo UPOOMMMIS Bost Family Hitt "NIKKI" Wild Dog of Th. North In Tochnicolor At and 12 !THE GOLF CLUB RESTAURANT AT POCONO MANOR, POCONO MANOR, PA. Located at The Golf Club House : NOW SERVING-- s Golfers' Breakfast A.M. to 9:30 A.M. ClubIuncheon 11 A.M.,to 3:30 P.M. Dinnot 5 P.M. to 9 P.M. FeaturingFrom the Char-Droller PRIME STIAKSCHOPSLIVE MAINE LOBSTER OPEN TO THE PUBLIC , ForResrrat1ona Call TE 9-7111. Ext. 40 pear in a blob of perspiration. "What will you do after this picture?" I asked Ava. She fanned herself , slowly and replied, fervently, "vacation,-vacation, vacation." a ;AMU LUC AIWA ' - Flora Robson, playing the F ful pair has gmpress of China in the I' ' i -diaroveresi movie, told ,me that, in real , ''i;:,:,:;,' , , - - a legal life, 60 years previously, the tio,:ii t :Ysbi-: maneu-, t v- -... , ver to set the Empress had started life in ;',.,,. - for an- the palace ea the Emperor's i!;:i,',& stage codwubine., He died under mys- -,. :'' '--4' other court terious circumstances and she '',10417...,:),,or",ri battle for free. .V;1,:,:' dom. It would managedwith great conniv- V::::i,i::' ;;;:ip , s:i-:;,,, t :,:.1.47:::: trial for mur- ing--ta make herself. boss of. .5:::g.:,,,A be their fourth Chine.. -.:; .,'...i'., '''''' ''': ','Z.4 der. The late 'Jerry Wald had at cl:h1,; Vivienne Se one time planned a movie on IlitZGOT h r gal, one of the the Boxer Rebellion in China. most exciting talents of the Who now will make all the mov- lea Jerry was planning' at the musical comedy stage and a be- loved performer, is recuperat time of his death? - , ing after serious surgery at St. - ' There was a 'bomb scare at Luke's. the apartment house where Ar- .13everly Aadland, h a v 1 n g gentine ex-dictator Juan Peron skipped out on her Los Angeles once hung his sombrero here. husband, Maurice de Leon, is I don't know if there is any in New England being linked 'connection, but he doesn't live romantically with a wealthy felthere any more. low. Lee Remick saw a fiesta ad--i- The executive dining room at vertised in Malaga (where she 20th Century-Fox is the latest luxur3r stars- in "The Running Man"), to be eliminated. From assumed it meant a bullfight now tine, the big brass of the something she had -never seen. movie world will just have to Instead of bulls, she got the search for a nearby drugstore. basketballing Harlem Globetrotters! Newest hair color in The Bill (Hopalong Cassidy) Madrid: Ramsey Ames's smoked Boyds go hopping merrily along red-brown. the anniversary trail. They're Mike Todd's. "Around the celebrating their 25th. World in 80 Days" was the only Fabian is about to sign for American film, I believe, to cir- the role of the son-in-law in the cumvent the government decree cinema version of "Take Her, . that all foreign movies must be She's Mine," which will star redubbed entirely in Spanish. James Stewart. Mike's film, with Spanish sub- Don't faint if 20th Century-titles, has just about run its Fox sends "Something's Got to course in Spain. Give" before the cameras again Stanley Donen who seems to with exactly the same costars , prefer life as an English gentle- who exited the headlined proj- man, was trying to buy the film ect in the beginning: Marilyn rights to "The Public Eye" and Monroe and Dean Martin. "The Private Ear," the latter a Fashion note: Connie Francis London play hit. Play producer will wear a black tuxedo in her n Roger Stevens will bring this new night-club act, a la Mar. one to Broadway, in 1963. lene Dietrichbut not coin North American Newspaper Alliance nletelv a la Connio will woiT i Rothskeller Cafe i no I Elo i .... ma m 1 E. MI ..... p. ' TONITE 6 to 10 P.M. 1 TOBIN'S CAFE Ile N. MAIN AV.. CHICKEN DINNER $1.00 Also Nam, Lobster Tall. Turkey end Sendwiches PARKING IN REAR ! , TRTLE 11110t rflf 407' i-ja , i4 LAST TIMES TONIGHT NATALIII WOOD WARREN BEATTY "SPLENDOR T'kNu GRASS," , - I ALSO ve , , Elis y fOLLOVI THAT DREArl " Presl j ' ':STARTS 'SUNDAY , Wits WIELLtici, PLAYDTzt DAtaNcti fie , Muck Cat cdt a Hot Tin noel lt jk) 114711s Pagarat! TOLEtZ tile 7), '''stbfigmha'ava . 43(Colscoltuallikoz! ,I cz:...".... ALSO . ,.....ocato AN WON PNOONCTION Some women never give I name... - Just a phone number! 1114141;massos ;coo evaNN, ' . ELIZABETH TAYLOR : BUTIT.RfitID 7- . LAURENCE HARVEY s;b1,. ; oft'. - .' EDDIE FISHER '. l'im""ecalm'' 600 S. BLAKELY Si. , Downtown Dunmore The Four Counts Featuring Barbs On the Guitar Catering To Weddings, Bowling Banquets, Showers, Receptions. 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MANCINI'S MO Mil MD ,INER CARBONDALE Russell Park 2:00 Pat SAT., 111 MOO PAL AUG. 1' m Auspices 1 LIONS CLUB Wi)ii4C- , s-o- .4 C ROYAL ' FAMILY of the w CIRCUS - I ) I A TRIUMPH IN MAGNIFICENT - AMUSEMENT PRESENT1NO 'MI WORLDS PORIMOST 1110TOP MARVILS ADULTS ......... -,SISS CHPLORIN -- 111141 I U. SIATS96e tXTRA!k. ! ALL TAX INCL. By DaOTHY'KILGALI.EN Here We go again. Dr. Bernard Finch and , his mistress, Carole Tregoll, may be all over the headlines again,. Lawyers T1here understand the color- ,---- ful pair has ,17t,...,,..1,i,!:.:"....H:i.,::..::,...:.i.,,,,.,., a -, divide:erage:: maneu- vereS r""' ....:..,.. legal , . : . : . ,. ,. .. 4, , . ,, , ; : battle other for eecIrrot -turtill the .et- ,,P:;ii.::Ni dom. It would :,;-5...' iNs,;,:i;.'''in.,:.44 be their fourth ' t :...I.:..;0::: -trial for mur- I A... , .:::- zogi4...: .:..:.; . uwt. cAaoLs ,Vivienne SeIlitZGOIT gal, one of the most exciting talents , of the musical comedy stage and a beloved performer, is recuperating after serious surgery at St. Luke's. .Beverly Aadland, having skipped out on her Los Angeles husband, Maurice de Leon, is in New England being linked romantically with a wealthy fellow. ( The executive dining room at 20th Century-Fox is the latest luxury to be eliminated. From now One, the big brass of the movie world will just have to . search for a nearby drugstore. Don't faint if 20th Century. Fox sends "Something's Got to Give" before the cameras again with exactly the same costars who exited the headlined project in the beginning: Marilyn Monroe and Dean Martin. Fashion note: Connie Francis will wear a black tuxedo in her new night-club act, a la Marlene Dietrichbut not completely a la. Connie will weir a skirt with her mannish dinner jacket; Marlene went the whole route, with trousers. South dealer.. North-South vulnerable. NORTEI J 7 2 lp A CI J 8 AJ0 Q 32 WEST EAST 41033 496 VE1054132 .107 Q34 107632 NIDAJ9iig SOUTH ECM v 461C 5 4E10370 The bidding: South West North East 1 Pass 2 Pass 34 Pass 3 Pass 6 3 4 Pass 5 Pim coming on top of er wo previous forward-going re- 1 sponses, showed she was not from the blushing violet school. West, on lead, decided to open a heart rather than a club, 1 hoping to put declarer under ! immediate- pressure if she had a heart finesse to take. Of course, a club lead and club return would have beaten Ale slam immediately. Declarer went up with the ace and drew three rounds of trumps ending in her hand. She then played a club to the queen which lost to the ace. West realized at once that she could have defeated the hand earlier if she had opened her singleton club, and, unable to contain herself, said aloud, "Sorry, partner." The spontaneous remark was not lost upon South. Declarer realized immediately that West had started with a singleton club. So when East returned a heart, declarer ruffed, led a low diamond, and finessed the jack. -When the jack held, declarer played a club from dummy, and, backing her opinion, e finessed the seven. She then Barry Sullivan To Marry Beauty HOLLYWOOD Actor Barry Sullivan says be will wed Egyptian screen beauty Desiree Sumer& in Las Vegas, Nev., late today. The couple said yesterday that they would fly to Las Vegas and return to Hollywood tomorrow. It will be the third marriage for Sullivan and the first for Miss Sumara. el EVERGREEH PARK SY. JOHNS 7 Milos North Of Ha sitton PRESENTS THIS SUNDAY, AUGUST 17H THE FAMOUS OZARK TROUPE SONGS, MUSIC AND COMEDY TERREFIC SHOW, PLUS SHORTY MASON SHOW JOIN THE AMATEUR CONTEST AWARD TO WINNER ADM., 750CHILDREN FREE Pro Picnic TablosPree Playground For Children CONTRACT BRIDGE By B. Jay Becker (Top Record441(W In Mostars' hulteldeol .1teroploosh1 p Ploy) played theicking of diamonds to the ace- and repeated the club finesse to 'make the slam. Declarer l would surely not have adopted this line of play but for West's remark. The unusual diamond finesse, followed br the double club finesse, both' of Which Were necessary, would not have been. taken if West had not let the cat out of the bag by lapologizing Instinctively to East. Perhaps the moral is that you should play bridge like a wooden Indian. It is interesting to note that West could have recovered from the contretemps if she had played the queen of diamonds when South led the five. This would have cut off a vital entry to dummy and made it impossible for South to take more than one club finesse. Copyright'. 1962, King Features Syndicate. Inc. 1 For many women, creaming the' face is a nightly routine. In her column today Josephine Lowman answers the question"How long do you leave skin cream on the facer ' 0 li By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN you should leave the cream on There always have been dif- longer than one would with ferent opinions about how long oilier skin. cream should be left on the face As a general rule, blondes, and neck for best result's. Once have a drier, thinner epidermis,! a New York chemist explained ;while the brunette is apt to it to me this way: "Every cream have more oil in her skin, and has its melting point." Some she usually has a thicker, less; reach this sooner than others.ipensitive skin. Then, of course,i In other words, if the cream you , many omen have brown or use takes a long time to melt, darker hair, but also a very fair it will take longer to penetrate ,complexion. your skin and must . stay on, There is no doubt about it! longer to give you the most 1Fine nutrition and exercise and benefit generaW good health have a'; It is my opinion that any !tremendously happy effect mil cream is better when left on for' the complexion, as does a happy,' as long I as possible. Fifteen optimistic outlook. minutes is better than none, However, you can be as bright and a few hours is better than as a new dollar in personality,1 15 minutes. It stands to reason. full of vitamins up to your chin, I For a moment let us think of but if you have a dry, thin skin I softening 'up leather boots. It is iyou must be faithful in the ap-1 certainly more effective if the i plication of oils- or creams or oil has time to soak in than if you will NOT look like you feet it is applied and almost immedi- --l ately reared. 1 If you would like the free L Some creams and oils do sink Jeaflet, "What's Going On?" in faster and leave less residue. I which concerns make-up, send i The length of time required also 1 a stamped, self-addressed en-depends somewhat on the type 1 velope with. your request for skinyou have. If it is very dry,ileaflet No. 50 to Josephine Low- 1 iman in are of this newspaper. Released by The Register and Illi We IPith Ink I inti Amu. Tribune Syndicate. 1962 Opening leadfour of hearts. Copyrig Syndicate. Inc. ht. 1962, King Features . This hand was played in a - Women's pair championship., r The bidding indicates North-I wempsey's Orchestra gduth were not at all shy when To Give Park Concert it came to contracting for slams. North's five spade. bid, . Geneyeinpsey.and.his or.ches tra will give the last dance' band concert of the season tomorrow at 5 P.M. at Nay Aug Park. Featured in the program will be several selections including a a, George Gershwin medley, Peter De Rose's "Indian Summer". and one of Mr. Dempsey's original compositions entitled "Pad 1319." I Paul McNamara, staff announcer at Radio Station WEIL will again be master of ceremonies. This performance is given through the courtesy of the Music Performance Trust Fund with the co-operation of the American Federation of Mu. sicians, Local 120, Madea Cetta, 1 president. Movie Attractions I With Starting 'lime of Feature Film. - CENTRAL CITY Comerford"The Road to Hong Kong." 11, 1, 3,, 5:'05, 7:10, 9:10, 11:15. Strand"The Music Man." 11,, , 1:35, 4:10, 6:50, 9:25. Center"Bon 'Voyage!" 12:15, 2:45, 5:20,1 7:55, 10:20. WEST SCRANTON II I WEST SCRANTON West Sideri"West Side Story." .8:40. GREEN RIDGE Roosevelt I "Only Two Can 1 Play." 2, SAO,. 5:30, 7:20, 9:05. NORTH SCRANTON Rialto"SpOok, Chasers." 1:30, 4:40, 7:4. "House on the Haunted Hill." 3:20, 8:25, 9:45. Stage Show 2:35, 5:40, 9. OLYPHANT 1 Granada"The Tartan." 1:30, 7:25, 9:25.1 , . CLARK'S SUMMIT Comerford "The Tartars." 1:30, 7:35, 9:35. 1 DRIVE-INS Comerford; Dupont Hobbs Takes a 'Vacation" and !The Big Wave. 1First 'howl at 8:45. MidValtey Eynon"The Tartars" and "Last Woman on , Earth." First show at dusk. Circle, On Scranton-Carbondale Highway"Splendor in the Grass" and "Follow That , Dream." First show at dusk. a The 1 AIR CONDITIONED CLUB 17 MAIN ST, OLD FORGE Mu Ise Tonito By The PARAMOUNTS Two AFReservists Training in Florida The Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets from here are attending. a 28- day Summer.- training program at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla'. , They are Richard IL Beacham, son of Mr. and Mn s. Charles E. Beacham, 48 Laurel Dr., and Robert J. Devine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Devin, 1251 Loomis Ave. Both are students at Pennsylvania State University.- Cadet Beacham is majoring in business administration and Cadet Devine is majoring in aeronautical engineering. loomul molamo UUUUU 5 6 VIA POST 25 320 N. WASH. AVE. Dance 1;17E Male OF THE MEL TONES Every Saturday Night eas Color TV AIR CONDITIONED Mombars and Oussts Inv Itad TONITEI THE TRIPLE "M" MT. COBB, PA. For An En loyablo. Eve The Best In Music irs VI SENSATIONAL GUYS AND DOLLS MI BILLY'S ell S. BLAKELY ST. DunmoraPhona DI 34153 CATERING SERVICE MUSIC The Dignitaries SY Music with Dignity And Relaxation SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Hie Mignon. Friad Mushrooms. Tossed Soled and '2.00 French friss Hemmed Italian Spaghetti Souse To Take Out QUALITY CLAUS Pet STEAMED Pet KITCHEN PINS AT 3 P.M. 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1min NO : Bamboo Room MONTDALE a For Your Pleasure Every is Saturday Evening MUSIC BY 14 "The Harmony Hits" a : Delicious Dinners a Served ibononneamononnounumenut GREENWOOD INN BAND THE ROULETTES lout 11-1 Milo South of Scranton Chicken, Roast Beef, 3 Dozen Clams ', 9,0 (e) oftsWa;,,,,P400OV Steaks, Prime Rib of Reef, Lamp Chops, Lobster Tail. '21150 '2.b(Q) lisceliont Facilities For Wedding Receptions lanaaots and aMotinas Phone GL 7-6713 T0711 Grill 228 E. brilkor St. Dunmer, ROAST BEEF $1.00 boat of Sea FeedLobster Tail Other Fish Dinners 2 Places to SatHere end Nome EIBEIMIBIESIBMIE SSSSS mmmmMMM TONITE AT Nerch's Cafe 1145 LOOMIS AL EMIL SIWAK King of the Polkas at tha SW, trl 0.rean and Kinrs - bean. Our HOTIMMetill Nara" is I Specialty WALDORF HOTEL Alr-Conditiond COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1201 CAPOUSI AVE. N. THE 11.YA ItALTIVIVE SPECIAL TONITE Chicken Dinner $1.00 Baked LasagneGnocchiPizza. Full Course Dinners. Parking Space Available. 134 N. MAIN AVE., HYDE PARK --A-Complete Line Of -) Seafood 1115 N. MAIN ST., PITTSTON r117717) GRANADA0oPsma1 PCOMERFORD (i I TODAY 1:30-7-9 VICTOR MATURE "THE TARTARS" MI SHARD SHELL CRABS OR SHRIMP IN SHELL ALL YOU I CAN EAT 8125 Per Person THE NOOK WO',AosOks" Starts SUN. 4 Incredible, True Story of Heroism! JEFF CHANDLER BROWN HUTTAINSLDbmaTN 1 . TECHNICOLOR I COMERFORD DRIVELIN1 2t31 First Show 8:45 P.M. ,0,,0op N 0 W POSITIVELY ENDS TONITEI "MR. HOBBS TAKtS A VACATION" . CO-HITI "The Big Wave" letw.4W0 Starts SUN. SCANDAL INTRIGUE ROMANCE' 71ADVIS 1 CONSE Imo MN MEP PETS WPM MAPLES LAUGHMN tr DON MIMPAY WILIER PIDGEON PETER lAWFORD I ww,4.0 COMITI "PAYROLL" 1 MIST SHOW AT DUSK VICTOR MATURE "The Tartars" Co-Hit! "The test 1. Woman on Earth" 11,0Wak Starts SUN. tl1" 3 Ear."3 Eft".3 trial tur:3 ,,o, N 0 AV ittiVER Duct We aCuTITC'l etis tICHNICOLOWIttspiem WARNER Snit CO-HITI ... "The Singer Hot the Song" Fr Parking, Dovintown , Parking Contfir AU New Fun The Must Upreariest' Orbit Ever Mast BINC CROSBY BOB HOPE JOAN COWNS I- - : it AIR-CONDITION1111 -.NOW 1 -N, Dorothy Lamour - el ; 4 , - , ' I Continuous Today And Sun. From 2 P.M. ga".".eww te Two's Company!" Three's a Contedyt "A Side4plitter'!; Woskdays: 74 P.M. AIR-CONDITIONED lSCARY s, we PARE TOU 'TO Sit MU IT ALL IF YOU MI6, 410 c-7PI GUM 1 al ill Vii....11 rtba. r.' .I, 0..i XES1 fle't v-b--''Aie KM tr yr" WAD '''' ft' tgtig ki41), (04 ,,, , I ii - AC' .' ittt V - A114 , .11 -Oil' I, FREE IupI t);; FREE 0 1444771VaD rallSe OWE E:41 LIZID 4 rurr 2 Poo I mon 0000 woo a rwyvas moos ID011107X BRACIAT v au. C.114, IN PE 1 i iladJ1 'SAINT efr, M.fATLIPA ON SCREEN! 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