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Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas · 14

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Wednesday, February 8, 1961
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I PAGE FOURTFEN Chicken Coop to Hollywood I Brand° Is New Co Star Has Things to Learn BY BOB THOMAS PAPEETE Tahiti Feb 8 M-- The newest star in films hails from Bora Bora and couldn't care less about Hollywood Tarita 19 lithe and lovely was picked from Polynesia to play Marlon Brando's sweetheart in "Mutiny on the Bounty" Before her selection she could have asked: Who is Marlon Brandi)? "I don't care much for the cinema" she explains That does not mean that she does not care much for Marlon Brandi) "He is a very kind man" she says "and he is very helpful in teaching me how to act" Does their friendship go any farther than this? Not as yet 1 They had their first date last week a dinner together at the Hotel Tahiti She was asked if she would go out with him again The answer required five minutes during which she blushed covered her mouth to hide her smiling and finally came up with the diplomatic answer: If he asks me" AS YOU can gather an interview with Tarita does not produce a freshet of quotes Fact is she doesn't know what an interview is Nor does she kncrw what Hollywood is all about She's going there to finish the movie and is anxious to see America But the movie town bears no significance for her Tarita's own home town is on an idyllic isle surrounded by a crystal clear lagoon and little touched by white man's civilization Her father once m a de starch from tree roots but now is retired a normal condition for all ages in the Society Islands The girl advanced through the equivalent of the ninth grade studying French history geography and mathematics left school to come and live with a married sister in Papeete Tarita's great passion was to dance and that was to be fateful in her future MGM had searched widely for a girl to play Maimite the love of Fletcher Christian Many actresses were considered in Hollywood but Brand° held out for a native girl His contract gave him approval of his leading lady TAI1M WAS scoured for likely prospects and the list was narrowed to 15 Tarita not among them The 15 were put in a drama class and Brand° meth odacted with each of them None seemed to qualify Time was getting short The company was shooting a festival scene with 100 dancers one was supposed to be Maimite who would entice Mr Christian During rehearsals a single dancer stood out among the others as being particularly sinuous and beautiful She was chosen: Ta- I rita She is rather tall with a face Gaugin could have painted: broad cheeks dark eyes wide full mouth and long black hair Her waist is tiny but other dimensions ample She speaks no English In one respect she is like another teen-age star newly wed Sandra Dee who decreed no photo layouts of her home Tarita gave the same reply when a magazine wanted to photograph her at home Her explanation: "it's too dirty" Tarita lives with her sister's family—her parents were also visiting from Bora Bora—in a native dwelling up a mud path Her interpreter who had clambered through the slush to fetch her said it could best be likened to a chicken coop From such surroundings Ta rita will now be plunged into Hollywood where she could serve out the full seven years of her contract—it may be quite a jolt French Organist to Give Concert Friday Night I Marie-Claire Alain French or ganist now making her first tour of this country will play a recital at 8:15 p m Friday in Ed Landreth Auditorium on the concert course of the Fart Worth Chapter of American Guild of Organists Church Council Rears Plan (or !Evangelism CLEVELAND Feb 8 M—A new streamlined program of evangelism for the United Church of Christ was described in a report to the general council of the Evangelical and Re:orm ed Church Wednesday The report was prepared by Rev Gerald J Jud of Cleveland head of the commission on evangelism for the United Church which was formed here in 1957 by union of the UR Church and the general council of the Con- gregational Christian Churches The new program will be called mission on renewal and evangelism — abbreviated as MORE While the new program is designed to "conserve the wis dom and values of the past" the report said it will highlight these primary concerns: releasing the "power of the laity" constant renewal of the church "by the power of the Holy Spirit" and ' emphasis on "faithfullness to our Lord" — not the success of churches New president of the Southwest Conference of Building Owners and Managers Association is Elmo H Erben of San Antonio elected Tuesday during the final : session of a three-day meeting here Erben succeeds Glenn Turpin - of Fort Worth Chosen to serve with Erben - were Charles P Robinson Mid' land first vice president Wee don Nichols Dallas second vice president and Mrs Florence R : McCluskey Beaumont secre tary-treasurer : Directors named were Joe B Ragland Dallas Jim F Cook Jr St Louis S C Fant Okla: homa City Charles Ntolberg San Antonio Joe Black Midland and r M B Freeman Tulsa Dental Assistants Give MO for Wheel Chair New Officers Elected By Building Owners Mrs Eddie Harrison president of the Fort Worth Dental Assistants Society Mrs R H Aid-'ledge and Mrs Emerson Kelley members represented the society in presenting the Fort Worth Society for Crippled Children and Adults with a check for MO The money will be used for a wheel chair and was presented in the name of Millard Lee Kelley Mrs Kelley's son who was killed in October in an automobile accident The program contains works by Blow Frescobaldi Arauxo and Grigny English Italian Spanish and French organists of the Bach era From Bach is listed the impressive "Toccata Adagio and Fugue in C Major" Works by Brahms and Liszt and an improvisation by Mlle Alain conclude the program Mlle Alain is the brother of Iehan Alain whose "Litanies" has become one of the most popular modern numbers with present-day organists Tickets for the recital may be purchased at the box office Former Pastor Will Speak al Stamford STAMFORD Feb 8 (SOL—A former pastor of St John's Episcopal Church here will speak Sunday when the church's newly remodeled sanctuar y is reopened Rev Robert E Goodrich who was pastor of the church in 1910 when its present building was constructed will speak at morn ing worship services The congregation has been meeting for the last three months in fellowship hall Amerson Memorial Chapel built in memory of C P Amer- son will be opened in a special service at 2 p m Sunday Rev Burgin Watkins pastor of the church will conduct the service Spring Enrollment Al NTSC Is 6686 DENTON Feb 8 (SpD--North Texas State College spring semester enrollment was reported at 6686 Tuesday a 495-student increase over the same date in 1960 College President J C Matthews said students will be permitted to enroll for a full course load until Feb 15 though classes started Friday Total for the fall term was 7494 Spring semester generally shows a decrease in enrollment at most colleges and universities THI Tte)) BIG tel APPLE SPECIAL nrcti FAMILY STYLE DINNER COMBINATON PEA TE— RMS BEEF and CHICKEN $150 I Per Porton Sorood 3 to 10 PM (No Credit Cords) telephone tor losorvations MA 4-0056 I706 Cliff First signsl lightmommlwest tiplf Int o Ion t 28th a N Mein 401k THURSDAY—OVER "30" DANCE Chuck Arlington 0:girtl:A II—in Person BILLY MAY end His Ortheere B m allroo Grand Prairie HI-1110 Bestaarant nes ANIMUS° ( FA IN PERSON—Broadway's Donald Cook stars with Hollywood's Joan Bennett in "The Pleasure of His Company" in TCH's Ed Landreth Auditorium at 8 p m Thursday The university Select Series is bringing in the show but a limited number of tickets will be sold at the door to the public ON STAGE—Jim Gurley is one of the featured players in Marc McCrary's concert presentation of "John Brown's Body" on the Ridglea Theater stage at 10:30 a m Thursday The one-hour drama is being sponsored by the Theater Guild of the Community Theater Ranch Home Burglars Get $10000 Loot FOWLERTON Feb 8 (Al-- About $10000 worth of jewels power tools and other items were taken from the home of Mr and Mrs John Rice on the Zel la Ranch near here Monday night Sheriff Frank Newman of Co- 1 tulla La Salle County said tracks found at the scene indicated two men broke into the house while the Rice family was gone nRIVE-I M m THEATRES MANSFIELD: Mansfield Hwy and Seminary Dr OPEN 6113 PM START 643 Adults 70c kid Free JE 6-4645 eutaulos mance game TAYLOR HAN ISHER sow mow BUTTERFIELD DINA MERRNX1118 inemaStope wed METROOX010 Plug! "Until They Sail" P Newman 0'00W"04000 EADOWBROOKI 1701 Riverside Du ED 3-5171 OPEN A 00 110e CAR START A 30 "TEENAGE DOLL" June Kenney Fay Spain - "I CONFESS" Montgomery Clift Arm Baxter "ANATOMY OF A MURDER" James Stewart Lee Remick ISOUTHSIDE1 4800 S treewoy t Felix WA 4-6008 Open 61:0 Adults 70 Start 630 A First orive-In Showing Jerry Lewis Judith Anderson "CINDERFELLA" Both Pictures in Color kirk Douglas Anthony Quinn "LAST TRAIN FROM GUN HILL" 0oinoom011oim0' BELKNAP In the Heart of Hahom City OPEN 6 30 STARI 101 ADULTS 70c — KIDS Mt First Suburban Showing At 700-1040 "CINDERFELLA" Jerry Lewis Ed Wynn At ISO Only "HOUSE BOAT" Cory Grant Sophia Loren "trantmlnyony'hosoo"arwomelowniNsterololsorto 'BOULEVARD b4 i Open 6:30 Adults 70e Start 700 t it JERRY LEWIS as ' num (A lee tome rmeuromt Pw1111"m Molt TECHNICOLOR "Thundiir in Carolina" "400Itimomlit0W000lib ICORRtALT 6300 lacksbara Niway CE 7-2601 OPEN 630 START 700 We are the only Dries-In with a heated auditorium where You con be comfortable' first Suburban Showing At 700 and 1030 Elizabeth Taylor Laurence Harvey "BiliTTERFIELD Also at 1145 "PURPLE GANG" Barry Sullivan Pnbert Blake PessemereasewreW00 test towel's itrvetstas Ell Adults 0c Chi 'then Free OPEN 630 616111 700 Pitst Suburban Showing 700 and 1030 Elisabeth Taylor Laurence Harvey "BUTTERFIELD 8" At 900 Steve Allen Jan Meadows "COLLEGE CONFIDENTIAL" HELDIOVER OPENS 3:15 ADMISSION 11 pigmsc rLSIISE 4 (TuRN OVER ii4 47---1 "Cal" aN $100 i(r !) im bi Prom 14 Pose dr it ILcoAltirt ON NNW lie larlilte TED RAY KAM KW 4 A MOM MOW EnterioinmeniP recommended for Adults and Mature Young POOP' 1 "FOXHOLE in CAIRO" Adults 500 Child 25 WASHINGTON Feb 8 UP1--- President and Mrs Kennedy entertain the diplomatic co r p s Wednesday at a formal White House reception They will meet the heads of 93 foreign missions staticned here Vice President and Mrs Lyndon B Johnson and Secretary of State and Mrs Dean Rusk will join the Kennedys in receiving 400 guests including members of the cabinet and high State Department officials In contrast to the Kennedy? first big White House social event—a Sunday reception Jan 29 for the President's official appointees—the White House said there will be no bar Champagne—domestic and imported—will be passed to the guests by the White House staff during the 5 to 7 p m party Hot and cold canapes and pastries also will be served There have been a few letters of protest written to the editors of Washington newspapers and a complaint from a local Methodist minister over the cocktails mixed drinks and champagne served at the Jan 29 reception But Airs Kennedy's press secretary Pamela Turnure reported the White House itself and the President have received no mail or comment on the refreshments served She said the White House will continue to plan refreshments for each reception according to its special type Champagne was considered "more fitting for this occasion" she explained The diplomatic reception is a formal event with the men required to wear short morning coats known as "club coats" and striped trousers Cocktail dresses are in order for the women FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM President Wife to Host Diplomats ii ALACFii Th ttusttolito story of a famous Boston Robboryl "BLUEPRINT for a ROBBERY" —plus— A story of spy intrigue! 17THOSTREET Feats 516 — 7:24 — P:32 Special Roadshaw Engagement! Pau List Suspended SEVENTH WEEK! "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON" Continuous Adults 1 00 Performances Child 50 IRIDGLEAI A9 Siete $0c Open 1145 lett Day! Open 500 Open 1:30 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT No Cbi Idren's or Junior MDC titkete witi be sold? Elizabeth Laurent TAYLOR HARVEY "Butterfield 8" The President went to a cocktail party Tuesday night given by Rep Clark Thompson Democrat of Texas and his wife in honor of another Texan House Speaker Sam Rayburn Kennedy stayed about a half-hour shaking hands in the crush of the party to which more than 600 had been invited English Operatic Tenor Will Sing Here Tomorrow ied by Gerhard Albersheim will include Old English songs arranged by Howland (1562-1626) numbers from two Handel oratorios songs by Schumann a group from Faure and modern English songs by Vaughan Williams Butterworth and Warlock Civic Music events are open only to members Reese Brand t CREOLE SAUCE JETION'S GROCERY 2 TERRELL sod 7th AVENUt From Dolivery Charge Accounts t TIV0LI 808 WESI MAGNOLIA DOORS OPEN 343 ED 2-0963 HELD OVER Recommended or Adult Entertainment "BUTTERFIELD 8" Elizabeth Taylor—Color "VOICE IN THE MIRROR" Richard Egon 0ussftsnow HALTOM$33fl "10 WHO DARED" Brian Keith John Beal "MURDER INC" Stuart Whitman Henry Morgan - wOd E OPEN TODAY 1200 (NOON) Adults 50c Kids 20c —HELD °VEIN— Jerry (awls Edd Wynn —VistaVisioniTechnicolor— "CINDERFELLA" Kurt Lancaster Audio Murphy Audrey Hepburn John Saxon CinemaSeripoTochnicalor "THE UNFORGIVEN" MOOS WSft'Oft005"040O0W TCU Univ Dr et W lorry WA 7210t 5TH BIG WEEK! TODAY AT 4 PM AND it PM 4 PM-ADULTS-100 KIDS-50 PM-ADULTS-125 KIDS 50 ON THE BIG SCREEN Siin0ftPt0S0010 POLY POLY3001 Vaughn Ph it 6-7876 All Color Program "BUTTERFIELD 8" Elizabeth Taylor Eddie Fisher iOurenct Harvey "SAPPHIRE" Nigel Patrick Yvonne Mitchell CARTOON OPEN 5:30 PIPING HOT! (Isn't It Fine Weather for It) OUR SHRIMP AND CRAB GUMBO AND TASTY CLAM CHOWDER BILL MARTIN'S ZUIDER ZEE OYSTER BAR and Seafood Restaurant 13419 W 7th St (In Chic:tisMi 117g Center) ED 6-1691 AW MI JW M NI Air AV Iff Af M IF V Ph cAsirlo BALLnoora ) "The Southwest's Largesi" TONITE—OVER 30 CLUB DANCE 1 k GUY WOODWARD & ORCHESTRA hl Public Over 30 Invited Public Over 30 Invited I RES CE 7-2631 PM Al r Alf 111 at Iff ar af Mal AV A M 111 al al NEW DIFFERENT DELICIOUS BROASTED FRESH CHICKEN IN 7 MINUTES NO BATTER-GOLDEN BROWN-COOKED TO THE BONE EAT IT HERE-TAKE IT HOME FREE DELIV- T01: ERY WITHIN 2 MILES (MAYBE FARTHER) JUST DIAL YOUR MEAL PE 7-6696 SUNDAY AND EVERY DAY 'III 10 PM TA! - TOWN TALK SPEEDY CHICK NO IS 4023 CAMP BOWIE BY 'IOWA THEATER SPECIALS :cZuZsi at OLD PLANTATION CAFE Chicken Liver Basket 3LivCeht!cs ken 60c 3 Chicken Gizzard Basket Gizzards 45c Old Fashion HAMBURGER Pickle Onion Mustard 20' SPECIAL BREAKFAST TREATS MALTS to C WAFFLES HOT CAKES MILK SHAKES 2 ALL FLAVORS OLD PLANTATION CAFE 2720 WEST SEVENTH 1 R—The little old railroad is nothing but 30 miles of rundown track between here and Knoxville a diesel engine and several pieces of dilapidated rolling stock It has been in financial trouble almost all its 52 years of existence It hasn't made a profit since 1952 But directors and stockholders of the Smoky Mountain Railroad don't want to see the colorful little line die On Jan 16 the Smoky was forced to halt its daily Knoxville-Sevierville freight run due to weaknesses in the tracks Passenger service was discontinued some time ago Prime needs include new crossties heavier rails and rebuilt trestles At a stockholders meeting Tuesday the eight Sevierville business men who hold 495 of the road's 650 shares declared their willing The fifth event of the Fort 1 Worth Civic Music Association ItIAL HOME COOKID course will be given by the mimeAN rooD English operatic and concert OPEN DAILY EXCEPT TUESDAY tenor Richard Lewis at 8:15 p m Thursday in Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium 421 Lewis has sung operatic roles at Covent Garden in London at Pronounce the Glyndebourne and Edinburgh ' 13011 S 041-VIDIS t Leen WA 7-90711 Festivals a n d in this country I at the San Francisco Opera 1 I 1 MI Off MI If It A IV The program here accompan-1” ied by Gerhard Albersheim will 1 include Old English songs arranged by Howland 05624626141 numbers from two Handel ora- ipp4 torios songs by Schumann a rgi group from Faure and modern It 01110 t English songs by Vaughan Wil- ' Lams Butterworth and Warlock SEVIERVILLE Tenn Feb 8 ness to sell for the $65000 they —The little old railroad is noth- put into the line on the absolute g but 30 miles of rundown track condition that the new owner con- tinue to operate the line as a tween here and Knoxville a commercial common carrier esel engine and several pieces But they voted to hold off any dilapidated rolling stock sale negotiations two weeks while It has been in financial trouble they check the possibility railroad most all its 52 years of exist- fans and a sentimental general ice It hasn't made a profit public might like to take over the V 11 07- t f b 1 1P14 tnolkb i '41 k II t Olio' 11 t b 11'' ' 1 ' - 0 t i 4v 1 !: 1 A ' :N" A g - --1 1 ' REJOICE DEARIHEVTI"111 I BROTHER DAVE' I GARDNER k li IN PERSON I it 1111 III TWO SHOWS WILL ROGERS III II AUDITORIUM I FRI TEL 17-7:30 10:00 PM k ITickets $2-S3 S4 availobto Cori II III trot Tick? Office Crumas low- b lond's ocord Shop and by moil all I from ICU Collogo Studontt 1173 82 SO III 111 $350 by mail ICU ' Ippontorod by ICU Activity Council air of iv ar av of Aw Awl OPEN TODAY 11:30 12 00-2 25-4 5S-7 20-9 41k FT Wednesday Evening February 8 7961 Owners Fight to Keep Smoky Rolling I HELD Zrd OVER ISECOMMINDID POI ADULTS AND MATURE YOUNG PEOPL1 I ' 1111BALI fit-7ii1 1 "111111:11 rti rks t ' oo ' 10E0 I I' f I I 1 7t CLabikoilt ij 4 1: ti' im kay !Ii '11 ' 'n4c 1't Stark THE :1 It o c ift litO RI D f:1 41pf 0 of gille4:inf'") f sidwo WO ri t RANCY alkig t 4' arAgAil )110)4G go Lai w04 Because of the sustained intensity of its story and characters we urge you to enter THE WORLD OF SLIME WONG at the beginning SYLVIA SYMS MICHAEL WILDINt) JOHN PATRICK RICHARD DUNE A front trowproot iltINidtell UMW tthe&Aille Tre wren 1410A PAAAllattla News and Color Cartoon I 14111"11100101411 AFt $ooto 125 MET (izizikagt A PICTURE THAT GOES INTO THE GUTTER INTO THE GUTS INTO THE SOUL OF A CITY gaff h- - wog BURL IVES :i:IITTERSI 611EiEN g6ERG ik!TTALBAN klASERAID STARTS OPEN TODAY 12:00 line by buying 2000 shares of new stock at $200 a share with a three-share limit per person The money would rehabilitate the line and an old steam locomotive would be brought out of retirement to haul tourists over the scenic route to the foothills just outside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park She's the GREATEST—and BIGGEST HIT IN TOWN! 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