The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on June 7, 1957 · Page 13
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 13

Provo, Utah
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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Alcatraz Convict Stabbed to Death SAN FRANCISCO (UP) — A burly young Alcatraz convict sullenly refused today to tell why he stabbed Ms "rap buddy" to death with a home-made knife. The convict was Roland E. Simcox, 25, of Columbus, Ohio, who was acquitted a year ago of a What's Playing At the Movies Friday, June 7 PROVO Academy — Kettles on Old McDonald's Farm, and The Tattered Dress. Paramount — The Bachelor Party, starring Don Murray. Uinta — Dragoon Wells Massacre, and Navy Wife. Pioneer Motor-Vu — The Wings of Eagles, and No Place to Hide. LEHI Royal — The Big Land, with Alan Ladd. AMERICAN FORK Oral — Full of Life, with.Judy Holiday. Starlite — Bad Day at Black Rock, and Friendly Persuasion. PLEASANT GROVE Grove — The Brave One, with Michel Ray. OREM Scera — Boy on a Dolphin, with Alan Ladd. Timpanogos — The Rainmaker, and Port Afrique. " Geneva — The Tea House of the August Moon, and Joe MacBeth. SPRESTGVILLE Art City — Giant, and Chasing the Sun. • . SPANISH FORK Arch — Utah Elaine, and Zarak. PAYSON Huish — Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend, with Randolph Scott. Robert Taylor's Wife Takes Tests. For Citizenship HOLLYWOOD (OP)— German- bora actress Ursula Tfaiess, wife of actor Robert Taylor, has taken her final examination for U. S. citizenship. The film star emerged from taking the , test Thursday and credited herVhdldren, Terence, 2, and Manuela, 13, and Michael, 12, children by a previous marriage, for helping her pass the examination. ' She expects to take the oath of citizenship in ajput a month. 20 Meet Death In Mexico Train Crash CORTAZAR, Mexico (UP)— A freight train .killed at least'20 persons and injured 30 more Wednesday night when it crashed into a crowded passenger train near'this town in Central Mexico. A local Red Cross official said it was feared the death toll would reach 40. Lauren Bacall To Sell the Old Home HOLLYWOOD (OP) — Actress Lauren Bacall 'says she plans to sell the home where she lived with Humphrey Bogar-t because "There are just too many heartbreaking memories." The widow of the famous tough guy, who died of cancer last Jan. 14, said she thought moving would make it easier for her and her two children, Stephen, 7, and Leslie, 4, to start anew. Ginger Rogers Splits With Young Husband HOLLYWOOD (UP) — Friends today blamed "age and career differences" for the break-up of the four-year marriage of actress Ginger Rogers, 45, and her 29- year-old husband, French actor Jacques Bergerac. The willowy film star charged Bergerac with mental cruelty Thursday in a divorce action filed in Santa Monica Superior Court. The couple was reported to have reached a property settlement. RECONCILED COUPLE EXPECTING 5TH CHILD HOLLYWOOD (UP) — Actress Jeanne Crane and Paul Brinkman Wednesday announced the expected birth of their fifth child in November. The couple was reconciled New Year's Eve after a hotly contested divorce. They were married in 1945. GLASSES AND LASSES CHICAGO (UP) — Lasses with glasses with dark, ornate frames are "sophisticated and worldly." Girls with plain, rimless or gold- filled rims tend to wear conservative but expensive clothes. The Optical Manufacturers Assn. here made the judgments but reserved the most telling comment for last. Corner decorations on plastic rims reveal that a woman is "feminine, stylish, youthful, popular, intelligent and capable." RICO'S has reduced the priqe on Pizza's WAS 1.50 NOW 1.00 WAS 2.50 NOW 1.50 348 WEST CENTER Open 4 p.m.; Sat., Sun., 2 p.m. charge, of assaulting and nearly Mling another prisoner. His victim was Edwarfl H. Gauvin, 23, of Floral Park, N. Y. The stabbing took place Thursday in the prison's clothing room. Gauvin had just been released from a segregated cell and had entered the room for a new issue of uniforms. . . Guards said Simcox, who was working in the room, charged at Gauvin with a seven-inch brass knife. Before they could separate the prisoners, Simcox had stabbed Gauvin twice in the chest. One cut pierced Gauvin's heart. He was dead by the time guards got him to the prison hospital. The stabbing appeared to be an outgrowth of last year's assault, although .Warden Paul Madigan said he had no idea of its exact cause. Last year, Simcox was accused of stabbing Floyd ODog) Mann, 32. He claimed Mann had made unwanted advances to Gauvin.' In the subsequent trial, a federal jury learned that Gauvin and Simcox considered themselves "rap buddies." That meant that; they arrived at Alcatraz together on June 2, 1954, for the same offense—taking part in a mutiny at the Army disciplinary barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. OPEN ! 7:00 PLAYING COLOR by UE LUXE AUXIS MINORS • JORGE MSTKAt Colorado River Tops Flood Stage GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (UP) — The' Colorado River topped flood stage at Grand Junction and Fruita in Western Colorado this morning, inundating some areas. The Colorado River and~ other streams in Colorado are swollen by mountain snow runoff quickened by the cunrent spell of warm June weather. Some flooding already has occurred over low - lying farms in Grand Junction and Fruita areas. FATHER IDENTIFIED AS ACCIDENT VICTIM LOS ANGELES CUP) — Mrs. Paul •Oliphant, 35, was shopping Wednesday when she was attracted to a crowd surrounding a man sprawled in the street. Glancing at the man on the pavement, she realized with a shock that it was her father, Morris Osterman, 67, who had been hit by a car while crossing the street. His condition was reported as satisfactory" by attendants at Santa Monica Hospital. For Entertainment Information Ph. Provo FR 4-0521 rTADTC TAMB^ll SHOW AT STARTS TONIGrt DUSK A MEW TRIUMPH FOR WHAT-A-GUY WAYNE! THE LIFE STORY OF COMMANDER "SPIG" WEAD. FUN AND THRILLS! M-G-M PRESENT* a, METROCOLOR JOHN WAYNE DANDAILEY MAUREEN O'HARA WARD BOND • AN u-t-u picnnt NEW SECRET TERROR THREATENS HUMAN RACE! HOW ;EP CAN A MOVBE GO... 'What kind of a place do. they have upstairs?" HECHT, HILL and LANCASTER the Bachelor . starring —Plus— POPEYE CARTOON and TOPPER Short Subject . by the men who made "MARTY"! JCKWARaEN'FHILJBfln-lMeiYOEK and PAW» OWN« fRICES: 65cTill5P.M. , 90cThereafter "WHERE THE BIG PICTURES PLAY" 13, FRIDAY,,JUNE 7, 1957 Utah County. Utah DAILY HERALD HEY KIDS! Big Kid Shov TOMORROW 1:15 2ND LAUGH RIOT CO-HIT NAVY WIFE vi. GEISHA GIRL! r W/£f/l///f/M B//l//f'f/\ Joan BENNETT • Gaiy MERRILL Shirley YAMAGUCHI LAST 2 DAYS Doors Open Today 5:45 Saturday 1:15 FEATURE TIMES Navy Wife 6:05 - 9:00 Dragoon Wells 7:20 - 10:10 Last Complete Show 8:50 STARTS SUNDAY 2 BIG CINEMASCOPE HITS featuring RHYS WILLIAMS- RHODES KASJS . MAE CUE* , 2nd Delightful Co-Hit RALPH JOHN "CHIPS- RICHARDSON • McCALLUM • RAFFERTY FREE Rides on Playground for the children. Prices:. . Adults only 60c . . .Children FREE MASTERPIECE; OF .SUSPENSE . COLOR . SPENCER ROBERT TRACY RYAN CINEMASCOPE BIMK ROCK 2nd Feature — Last Complete Show at 9:25 HIS GREATEST HIT SINUt "HIGH NOON ! ALLIED ARTISTS presents GARY COOPER FRIENDLY PERSUASION SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT Adults 90c Children "under 12 FREE A RCTORE OF . PROUD PEOPLE; A LOVE A A CONFLICT OF CREEDS— IRSOHsfcL DRAW& FEF&ER m W*RNER€OL08 «—t H£ZfcBETH ROCK J*>fES .TAYLOR • HUDSON • DEAN BIGGER THAN TEXAS •—Superior Entertainment— -ALSO"CHASING THE , :-.. , . A Fabulous Adventure on land and under the sea, in Nature's most exciting playground! OPEN 7:15 Starts at Dusk Adults 85o Children Under 12 Free! FAMED STAGE PLAY HILARIOUS ON THE SCREEN! M-G-M presents in CINEMASCOPE and METROCOLOR MARLON BR&NDp GIENNIORJ> MACfflKOXYO Dynamic oKtHE AUGUST MOOJT ,_ EDDIE ALBEKT "J0[ MACBETH" CO-HIT! • Paul Douglas • Ruth Roman NOW SHOWING! Doors Open 12:45 P.M. OlDMacDOHAlCS FARM *tt HAMLO J. STONE • EDUARD FRANZ • RETA SHAW 3 ON.V STARTING SUNDAY ... •-SV "™^^ iOEADLY stuima CRAIG STEVENS • AUX TALFOH • WHUAM HOPPER TODAY'S FOREMOST QUESTION . IS STAUN ALIVE? Jalllll III Stttnw LEX BARKER • ISA ZSA GABOR • JEFFREY STONE J Living on the brink of danger, seeking: escape high in the mountains of Mexico. SECOND CHANCE Starring: ROBERT MITCHUM, LINDA DARNELL FEATURING — Carter's Orchestra COUNTS THE Cover Chara DINNERS Melody ACademy ADULTS SOc Ouldren Under 12 - Free tiH.muL.ts Productiaa This is a rare picture about which everything seem* |ust right! Critics say ifs excellent, outstanding, amut- > ing, tender. The masses will love it! PORT AFRIQUE

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