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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Altoona, Pennsylvania 4 Mirror want ads phone 914-7171,.the Altoona Mirror Altoona pa., saturday june 5, 1965. Get More out of life go out to a movie the Shew begins Capitol a a girls on the Beach a 12.50, 2 404 30, 6 30. Sio. To of. State a a emr. Moses a today i of 3 15, 5 30, 7 55, 10 00. Sunday 1 54. 3 52. 5 50, 7 55. 10 00. Rivol i a matinee a secret of magic Island and a the talking Bear a today 1 00. Sunday 2 00. A summer place a today and Sun Day 7 00. A Young Cassidy a today and sunday 9 20. Blair a a Clarence the Cross eyed lion a today 1 00, 7 00. 10 34. Sunday 7 00. 10 34. A a Sarto Kan the great a today 2 44. 8 44 sunday 8 44 a Birg w omm s Lulu p i hem of the meet four members of the Hollidaysburg women s club attended the Pennsylvania federation of women clubs convention at Pittsburgh last week in the Penn Sheraton hotel. Mrs. Harold Calhoon and mrs. Richard Hughes represented the Hollidaysburg club As the incoming president and president elect respectfully. Mrs. John Haller was it Delegate from Blair county a was mrs. Fred s Hallos chairman of Community improvement for the South Central District. Am opened with an Lisp and Buffet dinner eng aboard a the upper a which cruised Tream on Pittsburgh s highlights Parade i n Santa Barbara Calif. I it a one Hundred Pound Jules Lind ref planned to Don an Indian cos tume again today to run Miles in the midst of the Santa Marinara i i iks Rodeo Parade i inner who is 68. Said he also plans to run in b the Santa Barbara fiesta Parade a h in August. Per i he Prog adventure c tuesday e Gateway it i l o Miles three Rivers. The rest of the week was j voted to work shop Quot on the various federation programs with interludes such As the state ban-1 que the president s luncheon and on show.mont., stands on top of Deposit of Silver and cop last Nite first feature at 8 45 Claudia Cardinale in Kwh w Nolan Conte Shuh also iof go eat v a a of ups i. A a i a a Wallis Jon a a nov it or to a / 5 g Quot �1 1 1 technicolor \ Juliet Prowse to Mew v i sunday monday tuesday of tar Cushing Dana Andrews now showing Richard Chamberlain Yvette Mimieux Joy in the morning a a a mfr Iha 0 a bin Ysmie Ftp of for it err Moo Cofo a Sally bion Alfred his Norman Lessing Alex Segai Henry Weinstein a so a our Chaun Susan red Arthur Hamilton Oliver buttons 0connell ii i in Pana vision Hinton the realm of other Scopes by Hinton Abby Van Buren once was questioned about the supreme court ruling that there be no More prayers in the Public schools. She answered a Don t worry. As Long As there Are examinations in school the kids will continue to Catholic digest june. Founder s Day Beauty pageant at Williamsburg this evening the 175th anniversary preliminaries will get underway with the selection of a Beauty Queen to Rule Over the week Long Celebration planned in Williamsburg july 4-10. A Host of state dignitaries and other personalities will be on hand to help our neighbouring Community of Williamsburg celebrate the event. We Learned from John f. Pot Leiger who is instrumental in Manv of the events especially the Beauty pageant this eve Nin that nearly everyone in the Community will be doing something to set the stage. This evening. Don Metz Well known in drama and theatrical circles and for his creative designs and sets with the Altoona Community theater players will serve As the master of Cere monies. Incidentally done a work with set design is of a Quality rarely seen outside the professional theater. His imaginative use of space and lighting arrangements have for years been praised by both critics and audiences. The founder s week Beauty pageant will get underway at 8 o clock this evening. The girls�?21 contestants will compete in casual dress Parte and evening dress and Talent display. The fudges Are mrs. Alice Downing mrs. Edna Page mrs. Nellie Zodkoy. Mrs. Althea Walker and James k. Friedline. Yours truly will have the Honor of crowning the Lucky Gal who will reign Over the founders week activities. Fashions by beauties and beaux will be spotlighted modelled by miss Deena Ketner and master Billy Gunnett miss i racy wiper and master Jeff White. Miss Heidi Potteiger and master Douglas Taggart. Miss Rabits and master Glenn Kut ska. Miss Sharon Biddie and master Danny Allender and miss Becky Wolk and master term Ross. At intermission the entertainment will be provided by or. Stanley j. Shepherd faculty member at the Altoona Campus. Penn state University who has entertained widely with his beloved and fascinating music and songs of his native land. Or. Shepherd. Who teaches physics at the Altoona Campus was born and educated in Jamaica and served with the rap in England As a radar operator attended Exeter u., receiving his b s. In physics in 1951. He then returned to Jamaica to teach in Clarendon College until 1957, when he was granted a teaching assistant ship at Kent state University Kent Ohio. In 1959 he received his . In physics and worked a summer with or. Rank in the Spectroscope at Penn state on a National science foundation Grant and assuming his duties at the Altoona Campus in 1961. Or. Shepherd is a Well known entertainer and enjoyed for his Calypso songs and West Indian Folk singing. Pageant contestants include Patty Bagshaw Bonnie l. Bechtel Susan a. Bussard George Ann m. Camaroto Kathy to Cooper Sharon w. Furry Janis k. Greaser Karen m. Haney Claudia a. Heam. Delores j. Isen Harg. Linda m. Kennedy Phyllis a. Kifer Maxine b. Lilly Christine l. Mayhue Anne b. Patterson Sarah a. Rabits Kristen l. Ramsey Carol a. Rudy Susan e. Selwitz Rosanne Smith and Delores j. Ver Boltz. The world of discotheque there was a time when dancing to phonograph records was a pastime for no Cost. Now it takes about $300 just to enter be club a Manhattan a Aboite a where one can More or less dance to ? a you guessed it phonograph records. Be club is Manhattan s oldest costliest most Chic and most exclusive discotheque. To the Jet setter. A a a discotheque is what separates the theater a final curtain and Dawn. To the european it has become a Way of night life. To the fashion designer an excuse for new dress styles. To the musicians Union a source of constant panic. To the Blase a Luke joint. To the naive a Heady brew of High Fidelity and High society. And to some a discotheque is a Nice place to dance to recorded music. But Why discuss discotheques at All according to James Jim Resconsin Public relations director and ski school instructor at Blue Knob there Are a number of them in new York City Washington c., san Francisco Hollywood and Chicago and now on the Home front too a the discotheque has come to the Altoona area at Blue Knob ski Center were one can dance the r ight away during the Long hot summer Friday and saturday nights from 9 . To closing the Geland sprung lounge at Blue Knob where skiers go to thaw out in the Winter time is the place where the lights Are Low the atmosphere Plush music loud and dancers can dance the a a chickens or the a Bird a the a Monkey a the a Pony a the a Snake a the a Slop a or what have you. Although the discotheque phenomenon dates Back a decade and a half no one seems to be Able to pinpoint the first one. Perhaps it was in Torreon Lions Spain or in Rio or infinitely More i Likely in the Montmartre Section of pans. Where the per capita j discotheque rate remains the highest anywhere. The where is in a important and the Why is simple people All Over the world always have and always will like to dance and watch others dance. Festival night at the Roosevelt Junior High school this evening a festival night features an outstanding array of top local Talent beginning at 8 . The production organized As a showcase for the music and dance arts is being staged and directed by John Monti. Darwin Bistline i Mcguire and Joyce Kipp. Ted Johnson Well known local vocalist often featured with the Altoona Horal society directed by Martha Roberts will be master of ceremonies. In charge of arrangements is Andronic Pappas. The proceeds will go toward the civic Tenter project Here. The program for which tickets also will be available at the door includes the Mcguire jazz sextet vocalists ted Johnson and Elaine Law accompanied by Barbara cram rav and Mary j Alice Plummer Zographia Pappas Altoona symphony conductor Leo Peracchi the Ruth Barnes dancers the Lyric Chora leers the Central Cove chorus the Sweet Adeline and the Horseshoe chorus the Altoona High school stage band the Sigel dancers and Virginia Shannon at the Organ. There will be Art and ceramics displays in the lobby. Around the dials the Belmont stakes longest oldest and last jewel in the triple Crown is telecast live from new York City a Aqueduct race course at 5 p a Over Channel to and Cable 5 and 2. Broadcasters include Jack Whitaker Host and Jack Drees caller. Leroy Van Dyke is the special guest on the popular a barn dance program at 7 . On Channel to and Cable 5. Lawrence Welkus a music makers Salute the romantic month of june at 8 30 . On Channel 6 and Cable 4. A saturday night at the movies presents a the rainmaker a with Burt Lancaster As a wandering charlatan who creates excitement in the drought Ridden life of spinster Katharine Hepburn at 8 30 . On Channel Cable 3 repeat. A Hollywood Palace has famous pianist and comedy Star Victor Borge As guest Host and Alice Faye Nancy Wilson the dancing Nicholas Brothers and japanese comic Morita As guests at 9 30 . On Channel Cable 4. Sunday Walt Disney a wonderful world of color begins a two parter a Johnny i remain a drama of a Young colonist who leads patriots in a bid for Freedom starring Hal Stalmaster in the title role at 7 30 . On Channel 6 and Cable 3 repeat. Roberta Peters trim Lopez Tommy Steele Herman a hermits headline the Sullivan show at 8 to 9 . On Channel to and Cable 5 and 2. A sunday night at the movies is a pocketful of miracles a comedy about prohibition in new York with Bette Davi. Glenn Ford Hope Lange and Ann Margret. Boys severed leg restored Berkeley Calif. Up a a six year old boy was a holding his own today after doctors restored one of his two legs that were Cut off by a freight train. Doctors at Herrick memorial Hospital said that if the operation on Monty Holmes succeeds it would be the third time in medical history that a severed leg was successfully restored. A Hospital spokesman said the operation thursday was a an apparent Success and the boy was a holding his own although still listed in critical condition. A 12-member team performed the operation after Monty lost both legs thursday pattern o o ii when he slipped under the train near his Oakland Home. The left leg was too badly damaged to re pair. Or. J. Gordon Holmes no re Latina vascular surgeon who headed the medical team said a it looks very favourable right now though it will take a week or two to be sure. Circulation appears to be completely restored in the limb special a rays show it is functioning. Monty a condition is Homes was aided by two orthopaedic surgeons a paediatrician two Anaesthesiologist a two interns and four operating room nurses. The surgery took six hours Holmes said. The Bones were fused blood vessels sewn Back together Muscles reconstructed and extensive skin damage repaired by plastic surgery. Police patrolman Al j. Sever Ino arrived at thursdays Accident moments after Monty was run Over and applied tourniquets and radioed for an ambulance. He took the legs with him to the Hospital. J he boy was in terminal condition when he arrived and the Shock was so profound there was no bleeding. Looking at Hollywood by Hedda Hopper Hollywood yes children Phil silvers will be Back on television but not until the fall of �?T66. I talked with Phil after his show at the Sahara in Las vegas. He looks tanned fit and rested but is giving himself two full years Between to series. A i got Lucky the first time with Bilko and they thought i could it again. I thought so too. I guess i was feeling too powerful. So the second series just did no to go. Was patterned too closely on the first. It was my i asked him what the new one would be. A i have a rough idea but done to want to talk about it yet. But Well be on the air with it on lbs a year from a How did Mel Frank come to tap you for his film version of a a funny thing happened on the Way to the forum a a i asked. A because the original play was written for me in the first place a came his answer. A i turned it Down because i did no to like it. That was before Jerome Robbins signed to direct and George Abbott to a what about Broadway a i said accusingly. A a that a where you belong you know. Broadway needs you and you need a Well a he grinned a Little sheepishly a maybe so. But in be got the picture to and then Well get into the to series. You know in be got five Little girls from 8 to 12, and their Home is Southern California. They re putting their roots Down Here. There was a time when new York was o. K. For kids but i done to want to bring them there. I know in be been called Overly protective. In be turned Down Many things because they would have taken me away from Home for too Long. I got too Domestic. If Vout re in show business then you be got to belong to show business to a certain extent. I think the kids even at their age understand this better than i did. I a Broadway you know a he went on. A is the last stronghold of dignity in our business. On Broadway you never hear about a will they like it in the Midwest a you go ahead and what you be got to . In to they talk about something called a the Bible there you have to be Bland protective and careful. And you know some thing i done to believe it. You take a show like a hello dolly1�?T on the Road and its a smash hit wherever it plays. People dig it and love it people from All Over. So Why is to forever worrying about offending there a Only one criterion and there a never been any other Good taste. Do it in Good taste and you can Phil is packing them in at vegas the dinner show overflowing with family groups who be come to see one of the last of the genuine family Type burlesque comics and the late show crowded with what Phil Calls a the hippies a show business people who come to see him just because he a Phil silvers and that Means tops. I asked if it made him nervous standing in front of a live audience. A now that san old wives tale and lets you and me explode it right now a he exploded. Quot you Tell me Why a performer should be nervous. That a a lot of nonsense. You re performing a very Happy function doing something you like something special that a your privilege to . You look out there at the audience and you know there a nobody there who can get on the stage and just what you re going to . In be been nervous Only once in my life. That was the night we opened a top banana in los Angeles. Jack Benny was in the audience. I started getting the jitters. I peeked out through the curtain when the overture was starting there was Benny laughing at the overture and that broke me . I laughed myself right onto the stage and have never been nervous All the time we talked i knew Phil was sitting on a Story and he knew i knew it. I finally brought it out into the open a come on Phil a i said. A out with it. You know you be got something to Tell a put away your he said. A and ill Tell you. But its got to be off the record for a Little while he told me and i in a few weeks Ell print it. Ifs j an inspiring Story that May very Well help a great Many people. Before i left i asked Phil what head if Given a week off to exactly what he wished. His eyes lit and he thought about it for a few seconds a a in a travel with a major league baseball team a he said. He would too. He a Welcome in every dub House in both major leagues where they love him As a real pro. Which is exactly what he is.1 disaster Aii okayed Washington a the House agriculture committee has approved an e emergency Bill to help farm victims of floods tornadoes and other natural disasters. The Bill cleared Friday would permit Farmers unable to plan crops because of disaster and who signed for the 1965 farm program to participate in the program without actually planting their crops. Bugs Bunn y guide by school student gets digest award special to Altoona Mirror Coalport Kathryn Brinkman. Valedictorian of the graduating class at Sci joint High school Here has been Given the annual award of the readers digest association. Miss Brinkman will receive an honorary subscription to the readers digest for one year and a personal certificate from the editors. The Reader s digest association j presents the awards in senior High schools throughout the United states and Canada to the highest Honor student of the graduating class. The award to miss Brinkman who is the daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Brinkman of Here was made possible through the cooperation of Edward t. Yurchick principal and his teaching staff. 30 from area win degrees at mount Aloysius Spital to Altoona Mirror Cresson associate degrees were conferred upon the 132 members of the 25th graduating class of mount Aloysius Junior College on saturday May 29. The most Rev. J. Carroll Mccormick d., Bishop of the Altoona Johnston in Catholic diocese presented certificates to the graduates at a convocation held in the Cresson High school auditorium. Speaker on the occasion was the Rev. Walter Ciszek. S.j., of the Center for Eastern Christian studies. I Oldham University new York. Included among the graduates were 30 women from the Altoona area. Thy Are associate of arts degree a Nancy Jane i Zurrer and Judith Anne Grove of Altoona Susan Agnes Behn of Clearfield. Jayne Carney Monica Marie i Linn and Mary Carolyn Parrish of Cresson sister Margaret Marx Nosek. a., of Ebensburg. Doris Jean Myers of Loretto Ceile Marie Rietscha of Nicktown Linda Marie Hoppel and Lee Ann Mcconnell of Patton Janet Ann Shev Rock of Portage Laura Jane Mcdermott and Larue Janet Yasko Witz of Revloc. Associate of science a Cheryl Ann chathams and Kathleen Ann Urban of Altoona Manta Mary Mulligan and Louise Marie Sharbaugh of Carrolltown. Edna Mae Conrad Mary Agnes of Leary and Catherine Frances Pupo of Cresson Joyce Louise Hoffman of Ebensburg. Linda Marie Schilling of Gallitzin. Donna Lee Kleman and Janice Marie Koshak of Portage Janet Louise Myers of Revloc Martha Jane Dominic of Spangler Sherry Gale Hungerford and mar Garet Ann Rutherford of state College. Genera degree a Mona Lee Boland of Cresson. Misses Myers Parrish. Shev Ock. Chathams Conrad Koshak. Mulligan Myers Sharbaugh and Urban and sister Margaret Mary Are members of Phi Theta Kappa Zeta Delta chapter. Misses Rietscha and Schilling won honors in the honors Reading program. til 5 ? i a kerb hmm Blair county arts foundation a presents a Quot festival night Quot Tonitte at 8 00 . Roosevelt or. High auditorium directed and staged by John Monti Darwin Bistline. I Mcguire. Joyce Kipp Plati ring a id Mcguire Jan sextet a ted Johnson and Hayne Law Quot Ruth Barnet dancers a Ray and Mary Alice Plummer a Leo Peracchi Zographia Poppas a Lyric Chora leers a Central Cove chorus a Sweet Adeline a Sigel dancers a Horseshoe chorus a h s. Stage band a Virginia Shannon. Benefit c Ivic enter project donation sl00 tickets on Sale at the Doniv a api ass Quot j my Bede byh Robson or the pulp room under new ownership Richard amp Phyllis Pease roast prime rib of beef a jus Ici vol Sah Kray sunday Maxima 2 i a Cist or rut lot anus j a the Host aha no times a Cret of. Island in col Oft a of mid by children of All Ages will enjoy this novel and wondrous adventure added kiddie hit when vow meet or. Goch i etch inn Bear in him a re of a i flu yet to t Pior come a in Mil. A or Ive a it or a Givi to. The / ooh rep i it i yom a now showing a he s in go action after every woman and wonder in sight \ la a Rod Taylor i la a Simm i him quota Mir. Lier. Lilt fibrin a summer place Quot a a saturday a a a sunday mph. 695-0731 heroism and High adventure in the malay Jungle Jem Steve Reeves rat Sandakan the great of a or technisc0pe a technicolor downtown i. 2-3489 air conditioned now showing Ink is open daily 12 30 . Show at 1 00 . Sunday doors open 1 30 . Show at 2 00 . Mims isms i. Mum my isms my Robert Mitchum Carroll Baker in the Frank Ross production sea Panay Takt technicolor reined thru United artists wednesday is ladies Dav

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