The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania on May 18, 1959 · Page 25
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The Gazette and Daily, York, Pa., Monday Morning, May 18, 1959 25 ( ?s , MISS AMERICA CANDIDATE Nancy Streets, sophomore from South Bend, Ind., is shown after bein chosen Miss Indiana University at Bloomington. Miss Streets, a Negro, will compete in the state finals of the Miss America contest. (AP Wirephoto) STUDIO BOSS RESIGNS Hollywood OP) -Y. Frank Freeman, studio boss at Paramount and a longtime movie industry leader, resigned yesterday for health reasons. He will be succeeded by Jack Karp, his executive assistant. Freeman, 68, noted in his state-, ment of resignation that he suffered a heart attack two years ago. The studio said he will remain as a consultant. He has been at Paramount more than 20 years. ALLENBERRY PLAYHOUSE . Boiling Springs, Pa. Now Playing THE TUNNEL OF LOVE Evenings at 8:30 Mats., Wed Sat. at 2 p.m. Poet Anderson To Speak Tomorrow - At Martin Library Poet Lee Anderson, who lives on. a farm near Potosi, will give a talk on poetry and read from his own works at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Martin Memorial library. Anderson's work has appeared in the Modern Library anthology of Modern Verse, edited by Conrad Aiken, in New World Writing, Volume 6, and most recently in "Poets of Today," published by Scribner. He combines the work of farmer and poet and , has contributed recordings of many outstanding poets to the Library of Congress. Among his best known poems are "Prevailing Winds" and "The Floating World." His poems are longer than most in the modern tradition and are cast in a symphonic mold. CANTOR DAUGHTER DIES Hollywood UP) Marjorie Cantor, 44. eldest of comedian Eddie Cantor's five daughters, died of cancer yesterday in Cedars of Lebanon hospital. She entered the hospital March 26. ' NEW CUMBERLAND Joe Cook, Vaudeville SCHOLARSHIPS Comedian. D ICS At 69 "-' (Continued from Page 4) Poughkeepsie. N. - Y. UP) Joe ?r a .degree" in secondary educa- Pnnlr fiQ nnP nf AmPrW PTeat- tl0n aS a math major at Pennsyl- Cook, 69, one. of Americas great- yania gtate university est funnymen , of yesteryear, is The scholarship winners were dead. , introduced by the club's scholar- His death at his home near here ship chairmanrMrs. Philip H. Min- was chairman for the luncheon. came 17 years after his long stage luncheon meeting at v , , , . , . - the Red Lion Country club. The career was brought to an end by girls their mothers were in paralysis which gradually wors- the receiving 1 i n e . before the luncheon. ; Speaker at the meeting was Ruth Ballou, whose theme was "Has This Ever Happened to You?" Accepted for active membership were Mrs. Ben L. Williams, Mrs. George H. Bruns, Mrs. Glen Finchbaugh, "and Mrs. Robert Owen.- Mrs. Donald B. Dellinger ened. For 35 years he had delighted audiences with a vast repertoire of comical nonsense, much of which he invented on the spot as he performed in vaudeville houses and legitimate theaters across the country. His screwball chatter and wild-eyed stunts made him a high favorite. Amid all this he managed to wave in great talent as a sharpshooter, tightrope walker, acrobat, magician, juggler, mechanic, dancer and actor. 4 Starts June 8 Drink To Me Only" For Tickets call Carlisle, Clinton 8-4120 Or Central Ticket Agency, York 7136 LAST 2 DAYS Alan fcadd uoni... Don't... ,v$ Don't ft Tell The Ending! fttkMt thro EJ WCO MTtSTS 1. I&n 1 mm jones CAST ON MARKET PHONE 2-3587 2nd Hilarious Week! ,101 ,.K3 KXSKCJ IIo?zFihxs , ALIAS Jesse jiuies" TWO GREAT TECHNICOLOR HITS DON MURRAY, RICHARD EG AN "THESE THOUSAND HILLS" and SPENCER TRACY "OLD MAN AND THE SEA" Ives., Wed., $1 Car In Color "Never Steal Anything Small" Also "City Of Fear" NOW SHOWING BUCK NITES ONE SHOWING ONLY TONY , JANET CURTIS LEIGH "THE PERFECT FURLOUGH" PLUS George Montgomery "BADMAN'S COUNTRY" 4 BIG CRUISES S.S. BAY BELLE Sat. May 23 UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY and ELK RIVER Beautiful Relaxing Lv. Ft. Broadway 2 P.M. Return Approx. 9:00 P.M. - -Adults $1.20 - Children 60c C&D CANAL CRUISE Sat. May 30 Sun. June 7 Lv. Ft. Broadway 9:30 A.M. . Return Approx. 9:00 P.M. .:" Adults $2, plus 20c Fed. Tax, Children $1 CAMBRIDGE (non stop) CRUISE Sunday, May 31 Lv. Ft. Broadway 9:30 A.M. Return Aprox. 8:00 P.M. Adults J2, plus 20c Fed. Tax, Children $1 Music by Bialek on A1! 4 Cruises TCLCKESTER BEACH 07EF1S TO PUBLIC June 20, 1959 wilson-tclc::ester ss co. F; t of Broadway PL. 2 5249 BR. 6fB947 " LAST 2 DAYS ALL NEW DOUBLE BARRELED THRILL SHOW r Wuwn Bhoj msuu onfJ REUS mnm TEX WILLIAMS JOHNM OCENM FEATURES 1:05 3:40 6:15 8:50 ALSO RANDOLPH SCOTT "WESTBOUND" Features: 12:00, 2:30, 5:05, 7:30. 10:00 Starts WEDNESDAY America has a NEW SWEETHEART, . . and HER NAME IS fidget " Lr BLUSHING COLOR Sandra DEE James DAREN Vfl.Hi-.M.r.f:. LAST ALL NEW 2 DAYS - DOUBLE FEATURE FIRST MAN mm SPACE FEATURES' 12:00 2:50 5:40 8:30 ALSO! r- 'NOWHERE TO GO" Features: 1:25. 4:15. 7:05, 9:55 . mm MON. TUE. 8:40 ONLY -ROMANTIC RIOT IS M-O-M mk DEBBIE REYN0IP5 'TcNY RM1JL raRMlL DOUGLAS.., , ,S Mating Game" AND immtk 9 mil in, MM. SVtBBS4 B J0b CBBBB MON. TUE. 8:40 ONLY Bk TUt BRYNNER JOANNt WOODWARD MAMAJKT ' LEIGHTON WILLIAM FAULKNER'S Tire Sound AND TKt OmmaScop AND mKOm DCJMNfi-AMOM IWilB-JUKt MS MT. WOLF THEATRE . Today and Tuesday ELVIS PRESLEY in "JAILHOUSE ROCK" Shows at 7 and 9 P. M. Haar's Drive-In Theatre : DILLSBURG. PA. TODAY 'CHINA DOLL" VICTOR MATURE Also CARTOON "IN LOVE and WAR" In Color . Robert Wagner Jeff Hunter f xj (J 1 1 : May 20, 1959 Piy 1 ,rm 3:30 9 p-m JJk '"A MENCHEY . ' if? j LTt rf4 Music Service ' V V r 430 Carlisle St. j : lajBlWIBlMBlHBlB lli U t .1ji!faia See and Hear all the new GIBSON Guitars and Amplifiers . .there'll be a souvenir for you, tool "1 SEE THEM! HEAR THEM! : ' ! TSS n 'iQr' Sft) : Uf AMERICA'S FOREMOST QUARTET THE 61 ivll&lfii) m STARS OF TELEVISION - RADIO & STAGE APPEARING IN PERSON AT THE 19TH ANNUAL YORK KIWANIS BOYS' BAND CONCERT TUES.. MAY 19th 8:00 P.M. York Suburban Joint High School . TICKETS CENTRAL TICKET A6ENCY BAND KIWANIS MEMBERS

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