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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania n pound Fury Reactions Vary fiy JOHN 1C VAROO There are a number1 of different ways one might con sider the mtfvle version of William Faulkners The Sound and the The most positive approach is to view it as an interesting sequence of events about some fascinating people who are all made to seem very lifesize because of the excellent acting This may make for a rather rapid disposal of the im portant problems it solves as a film transplant of an ant piece of literature But it will at least clearly give the movie its credit which is that it ia a lot more absorbing and honest than most of the slickedup superficial pastiMes Hollywood generally provides us with The screenplay wasjwrttten by I Irving Ravetch and Harriet DuBois named Candace and the direction was handled byand Ethel Waters as one of those Martin Ritt This trio artd the strong eternal second mothers in films producer Jerry Wald werethe servants quarters And a note so responsible for The Long Hot should be made of an engaging little colored lad whof keeps the f Asm that opus the acting freshness of the really young tear precedent over the materials The ing through all the degradation people exact all our understand Yul Brynneris now patecoVeY ing our sense ofifcd but otherwise he continues to humor When the film is done We j act from his lower eyelids up He as though we got to know is still the glowering tyrant of Siam though this time it is the shabby Compson mansion In all fairness this is not en tirety Brynners fault His is one Someone and cared about them H is true that finally we shall weaty of these emotional wrecks of the oldnew South A couple more of the least clearlydefined char iots ladies later acters in the script He seems and ennui will in terribly righteous but it is hard Not as as Joanne Woodto figure out just ward is The face we have seen the voice we have heard be fore But this is not a copy This Quentin Compson is a lonely but curious girl who cannot believe The usual and some of Quentins escapade with the carnival worker seem com pletely out of tune with the mov ies general sound and feel Oth life is quite as dreary as she envise there is no end to the path etic attempts at love and hate that lives it Technique can so easily get in the way but Miss Woodward does nt The carriage the turn of the j head the weak smile They may all be planned but what comes j out is humanity the sense of a particular person in a particular dilemma Hardly less effective are make this one a touching series of emotional patterns in action The acting is superb the plac es look authentic and the feel ings and responses are very much familiar Maybe all of this is set in such a strange world so that we will not too acutely recognize Jack i ourselves Warden as the chifdlike Benjy This Sound and Fury cannot Margaret Leighton as a kind ofibe said to signify nothing i f TH I JL9 Local TV Listing Wednesday Evening LlttU Wentber IlSix Oclock Hop Thtfe rOnldoon The Great Newspaper rid culea police officer Pat OBrien Humphrey Bogart Movie Plain Newlyweda spend their honeymoon on John Gregson June Thorburn Newi News Edwkrdi Newi Huntler Ktwii 4 Sjt Prcnton A kerf For II Collie 11 outlaw Gun Pittsburgh Recreation t Newi Trickdown 4 Lawrenee Welk 1 Triin Canada Keep Talkint Youth Symphony Collie Otile and Harriet Price is Accountlni Millionaire 4 Donna Reel 6 Oave Kinc Face The People 2 Got A Secret Have 6 Bat Mastergon Bertholi and 2 Steel Hour 4 Baling 6 Tour Bold Venturt Tarfet Adventure t 10 Weather 4rMOTU Scared to Woman UleraUy of fright Bell Lugosi Man Man wife of being in love with his friend Pat OBrien EUen Drew Parr Day and Newa Red Badmen terrorize lawless cattle country Bob Steele Lois January Thursday Morning and ClrillxatloB I ClaaarMM 11Today Breakiait Z Protect YOUR VIOBIN Wheat Germ Oil HitPS HEART ACTIOii XilViS MOli STRENGTH STAMINA VfGQR t trcirs Cipiriaiots SOI Plttint PBQVE VitBU Oil Hilii idlttUciiiii tmtunnct 2 Itorylaad Room and Allai and The People I IS 2JohB HUli Raicali Room Time II N Dean Connelly 1 Lerenion Twin Joan Bennett t Lucy I U Rirki Traveler Dollar i Thursday Afternoon 12 N NOON 1901 lit vroaM UOHHCQLO uimou I 1 11Tle Tse Ooogb j Nonsenia j AFTER 100 YEARS OF Is the very latest oil well pumping unit It was presented at the Tuisa oil show marking the 100th anniversary countrys first well The leverlike arm at the top seesaws up and down to pull oil from the well TVRadio Lauds Video 1st Woman By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK public affairs department of JBS pfanted a small oasis in the desert of afternoon television programming Tuesday by explaining the question ili j Do they marry too young It was the first in a projected CBSTV series entitled Woman The hour program which cost over to produce was out standing in the field of daytime programming ajid better than most of the rthings visible on the home screen in the evening Presenting aptual young people and their parents and leavening their experiences with thjs findings of physicians clergymen judges sociologists and others the pro Children dont hasten Into matri mony because its not an idyll Agreement In Si Lou is Paper Strike St LdtftS Mo ment Oft 111 issues in the Amer ican Newspaper Guilds against th4 St Louis Globed e m o 1141 Wli reached Tuesday night ibservew hailed the settlement as clearing the way for art entt to the strike against St morning Thfc hasnt published since 332 men struck last Feb 21 The agreement reached In the presence of two federal concilia tors came after seven hours of negotiations Its terms were not disclosed It must be approved by he strikers the executive committee of the St Louis Guild local and by the Guild The union negotiating committee announced in a statement that it will call a membership meeting for Friday to consider the agree ment It said that it will recom mend that the strikers accept the There was no indication as to when the GlobeDemocrat could resume publication Picketing continued at the Globe Democrat building its statejftenti the Guild said it was speaking for itself and Globe Publisher Richard H Am berg The statement said differences on job security had been resolved This was one of two major points in dispute The other was a Guild demand for a funded pension plan similar to one in effect at the rival St Louis PostDispatch an afternoon newspaper The strike began in support of the Guilds pension demands But during the strike the Globe sold its plant and equipment to the PostDispatch Amberg announced that the sale would resujt jobs on the Globe and that some employes would have to be dis missed The Guild demanded the asked to Claudette Colbert served as the Fleming t Miss Colbert who looks and acts as charming and youthful as she it vwivt OH gram found the younger generadid in It Happened One Night tion is marrying at a younger agej seemed a bit coy to me at times level these days than ever in our Yet my wife who watched the Few Twi ns Less Al ike Phillip Dennis Cr0sby i dhesterHigh M11Breu iilc uuuu ucuianueu me Its the biggest and most difficult right to negotiate any dismissals contract thaj humans ever are caused by the sale and thus the O flreiri job security issue was created When publication is resumed r vi HUM fjuuuuauiru is resumed narrator who brought together the the PostDispatch will print the threads of this excellently organGlobe The newspapers however ized program produced by James will remain separate in all other aspects history program with me maintained that The program did not flatly anshe was perfect for the assign swer yes or no to the question of whether they marry too young Rather in the manner of a good familiar essay it placed a hand gently on the head of the subject and rotated gracefully around it To my mind however the weight of the evidence presented was rather to the effect of saying function ment It strikes me that one of the delightful things about a program like this is that it stirs people to thinking and discussion even UPChurch Records Increase On By BOB THOMAS AP Writer HOLLYWOOD AP are less Phillip and Dennis Crosby bdm fouf rrtinute apart 24 yead i NORRISTOWN Pa Phillif CrneKv the ife s young man with mctdy face ahd a crewcut cotton top moves with the lumbering grace ol a college football player which he was at Washington State Dennis Michael Crosby is J to r from his brothers about the tou pees he wears for public appear ances Different is they are in appear t 1 W V WJLJJ tS thePIAA District 1 Committee termed by his brothers the best recommends be done j result natural athlete in the family of the beatine of a kingstonytfuth by Chester High School baiketbair fans last March wont be known until Friday Richard C Ream chairman of the District 1 committee of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Ath letic saidNiftef a sessidh with school authorities on Tuesday night at nearby Jeffer sonville V district committee will pre sent a report to the PIAA Board of Control A recommendation will accompany By request we are not at liberty to divulge the contents of the report or the recommendation before it is pre sented to theBoard of The board will meet at Univer sity Park Ream said Mark Funk PIAA executive director had re quested contents of the report be withheld District committee action re sulted from the beating of Thomas R Maher 15 a Kingston High School basketball player who at tended the PIAA Class A state championship game between Far rell and Chester at the Penn Pal trt to ago Unlike Gary and Lindsay S twins seldom frequent Holly 8 Phil Governor Refuses Pay Increase OLYMPIA Wash AP uu lusvei way you look the governorsof Stanford They went there polite No fbanks fellas I dont animal husbandry need any more money up courses because of Bings wish fo ercni as iney are in appear 7 ance and nature the twins homes pun We one thing in common a handsome Colonial house i 1 Westwood not far from the fam ily mansion Bing now shares witt his second wife Kathryn Grant Dennis has been living in Laiire Canyon but is moving to a mort sizable house with swimming poo in Brentwood He has an adopt stepson 1 The twins followed Gary through grammar andprep M1JAII1M1 IWia Ul went to Washington State instead estra in Philadelphia on March 21 the pay of state elective officials I or The trek was a reward for Mahers effective Jan 13 1961 i r L 1 play on the Kingston team He was set upon by a group of Negro youths in a parking lot after the game the ground and kicked about the face and body He was hospitalized for severa days after the attack The District 1 committee mei with Karl Agan retiring princi pal at Chester Charles Giles vice principal and principalelect and George Rlgner faculty mana ger of athletics Triumphs Again LOS ANGELES So viet Bolshoi Ballet repeated its The United Presbyterian Church CVC1L T though it cant be expected to the USArecorded increases come to extraordinary conclusions n membershio number nf mm after For Tonnrraw Brooki t Could Be YOB Garden Llfh t The Postman Didnt of Bevlew Blnfa Married BIBLE Aniwen 4 tht World Turni ConYenatlons of Nltht For A Day Ia Court Party Storm for Tomorrow Llrht Pajoff 4 10Beat The Clock 6 Dr Blalont It Yourt 4 PO Vou Theia Roota Giant Day 4 Banditaod 4 or Corner 4 IS PJM Storm PJM Cartooai Fair tail Frontier 2Movle SUver Popeye Club of Muslo 4 Time Round Radio Log WDAD Evening News Report Shadow Time Sports Lowell Thomas sports Business News 7Q5 Amos Andy I NewsAns Please Ed Murrow World Tonight Orchestra College Rdlo Hour News Wash Hear News 1003 Root Q Lewis Sign Ott Morning Sign On Ray Cost Show Newr Ray Got News Ray Show Local Newt CBS World News Nothing But Truth Morning Round and About CBS fllOS Music Greiner Money Man Morning Mel Local Newa Housparty Galen Drake Com in Rhythm Radio Cradle Roll Comb In Rhythm Noon Newi Local Market Report Luncheon Melodies Farm Service Time Newa Lobardo Contact Music Newa Newi Contact Somebody1 Birthday Newa Mr Mercury Contact membership number of min sters Sunday school enrollment and financial siipport said in ia report prepared for ithe opening session of its 171st Gener tl Assembly today The report was to be given by Dr Eugene Carson Blake of Phila delphia its stated clerk xecutive officer The churchs membership in 958 reached a high of pmpared with in 1957 Junday school enrollmenti rose to from The num jer of ministers jumped to roni Contributions for the churchsi overall program in 1958 swelled o It was year The only decline noted in the statistical report was in number of churches but this was because of the merger of local congrega tions after the union of two sepa rate Presbyterian bodies into the present denomination a year ago The total of churches dropped rom to KDKA Ettnmg Tbirs News Music News U8lc M I000 News Line ioo News Tracey P K Sportf News Tractj 4c SALE SEEING IS BELIEVING IOQOIT6MSAT4cEACH NOW OPEN PEACOCK SUPPER HOUSE t Hideaway Cocktail Lounge Coffee Shop Hotel Accomodations Food at its finest 1TAUAN CUISINE Your Cocktail Mixed to Perfection OPEN DAILY A M to A M PARKING IN REAK CAB CAFACIT Catering To Keunioni Los Angeles and Hollywood soci a twoweek engage ment at the Shrine Auditorium the 7 company presented Romeo and Juliet with the fabulous Ga lina Ulanova in the lead The au dience stayed to cheer the danc ers for seven minutes after the performance Altoono Victory ALTQONA Pa AP Mayor Robert W Anthpny won the Dem ocratic nomination by a wide margin Tuesday in his bid for a second term Results from 40 of the citys 58 Oting districts gave Anthony 602 votes and Alfred A Stella botte 537 JAMES CAGNEY SHUUff JONES Plus Selected Shorts Coming Friday The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw AND PLUNDER ROAD PALACE GARDENS Now Showing 2 Big Hitt DUIVIIN THIATKI THE OUTUT mmm ncmu TORPEDO RUN DIANE BREWSTER DEAN JONC I MTTiOCOlM I JONES ROLLER SKATING RINK popular ever HE YOUNG MANS CHOICE CLARKSBURG MONDAY NIGHTS o confusion It all started during the last egislative session when Washmg pns lawmakers over the objec ions of Democratic Gov Albert up courses because of Bing I them to take over bis big Elkoj ranch But they never made itvWhy The price of cattle drop and I couldnt see it being a profj H vuv aiiui uuutuii i ace n ucing a jj Rosellmi passed a bill boosting itable business for the next 20 Phil Dad was losing I f ML imiHica The heavily Democratic Legislaranch couldnt expect him it f 11J 1 1M ft ure upped the governors salary rom to Rosellini who had gone on record against any pay raises for lis office vetoed that portion of he bill referring to the governors salary He let the rest of the bill remain Now according to some law yers the states lawbooks make no reference to the salary of the governor and they say according y he should receive no salary Other attorneys closely associ ated with state matters contend Rosellinis veto of the pay raise did not at the same time repeal hat portion of the old law setting he governors salary at It all adds up to a major head for Secretary of State victor A Meyers an exband leader He said hes going to ask the state ttorney general for a ruling George Washington recorded in his diary the agricultural and oth r inventions for which he is cred ted But he admitted once the plow he invented didnt work so well on ground where there were stumps and j hold onto it while we finished lege and the Besides the boys had fallen for show business I guess it wa only natural after we had beenl arouftd it all our Dennis says How have the twins develc so differently From testimony all four brothers it appears thatl Phjl has always been cient a rugged gameloving typeJ1 who is not easily bruised by His twin was more introverted Dennie was the closest tof Gary explains After died it took him about two years before he was really over Tomorrow Lindsay Crosby The Closed Till Friday HOMER FRIDAY 2 Terrific Hits Jet Attack Suicide Battalion Thunderbolt of Year How Showing Mat P M Eve 1 TOMHEUKWE h 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