Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 20, 1962 · Page 3
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That Touch of Mink' Set For Four-Day Run at State Gary Grant and Doris Day are teamed -for the first t-i m e in "That Touch of Mink", a rib- tickling comedy which wilL be shown at The State Theater Sunday through Thursday. The story deals with a wealthy and charming bachelor, Grant, who becomes intrigued, with a luscious blonde, Miss Day, from a small town who is so attractive males just naturally make passes at her. Grant certainly isn't one to break thds tradition, so he sug- gaots they make a trip to Bermuda. Naturally, Doris turns him down, but then has a change o£ mind and decides she'll go after all — only to have another change of mind after arriving at the romantic island. From there on things really start building toward a most surprising climax. Co-starring are Gig Young and Audrey Meadows. Voting is outstanding as a former college professor who has become Grant's rebellious financial advisor. Miss Meadows portrays Doris' roommate and advisor in. affairs of the heart. Red Buttons and Fabian star in "Five Weeks in a Balloon" showing Friday and Saturday. It's the fictional account of a most incredible air safari which details the remarkable, hilarious adventures of three men and two women who made a balloon flight across 4,000 miles of uncharted Africa in 1872. Kiddies pre. Hallftween party is set for Saturday at 2 p.m. The show will be "Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy." • GARY GRANT and Doris Day in a scene from the hilarious com-edy "That Touch of Mink" showing at the State Theater Sunday through Thursday. Audrie Meadows and Gig' Young co-star. Two thriller shows will be presented in another pre-Hallowen owl show Saturday starting at midnight. Thy are "Cat Men of Paris" and "Spooks Run Wild" with the East Side Kids amd'Bela L/ugosi. Showing now through Sunday at the Garden Drive Jn are "Horse Soldier" with Jolrn Wayne and William Holden and "20,000 Eyes" With Gene Nelson. A bonus owl show, "Night Fighters" with Robert Mitchem" will be shown tonight only. The Drive In will be closed Monday through Thursday. Showing next Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will be David Me- CELEBRATING COMMONWEALTH THEATRES 31st ANNIVERSARY JOIN US ... SUNDAY IN CELEBRATING THIS EVENT . . . Special gifts for ladies end men* HERE'S OUR BIG MOVIE . . . A NEW COMEDY "ROARS 11 OF GIGGLE HEAVEN... IT'S A SHOWER OF WISECRACK AMD BELLY LAFFS... THAT HITS A NEW HIGH IN HYSTERICAL HILARITY! Cary and Doris will fracture your funny bone . . . GIG YOUNG -AUDWMEADOWS * UNMJQtl NI[M*WM| wua Starts Sunday! Boxofflce Opens 1:30 Show Starts 2:00 Adm. 35e — 90c HURRY! ENDS TONIGHT! MERRILL'S MARAUDERS" and "SAMAR" Tt-lvphonc BR 6--1602" Lean in "X-15" and "Cash on Demand" with Peter dishing. Owl show Saturday will star James Brown in "Five Guns to Tombstone." * * * Movie Calendar STATK THKATKB "TOUCH QF MINK" — Sunday through Thursday. "FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON" — Friday and Saturday. "ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE MUMMY" — Saturday utter- noon. "CAT MEN OF PARIS" and "SPOOKS RUN WILD" — owl show Saturday mldniglit. OAKDKN DRIVE IN "HORSE SOLDIERS" and "20,000 EYES" — tonight and Sunday. "NIGHT FIGHTERS" — owl allow tonight only. "X.15" and "CASH ON DEMAND" — Next Friday. Saturday n:id Sunday. "FIVE GUNS TO TOMBSTONE" — owl shrfw next Saturday. School Goes on Despite Bomb Threat CARTHAGE, Mo. (AP)—Police, firemen and school authorities searched the Carthage senior and junior high schools Friday for bombs an anonymous caller said would go off. No bombs were found. Classes were not disturbed by the search. Several persons are being questioned. NOW SHOWING THRU SUNDAY A robust story of the Civil War . . . WAYNE HoTDEN THE HORSE SOLDIERS CMtRklDtUa IE I U Co-Hit . . . Fast-pitched exploding suspense . . . 20000 EYES GENE NELSON | MERRY ANDERS I JAMES BROWN Plus Color Cartoon BONUS OWL SHOW TONIGHT A suspense thriller Robert Mitchum THE NIGHT FIGHTERS No extra charge for Owl Show f* A YlYVC • «• £,DRIV[-IN THlAtRpT Telephone BK A Wf Unsmiling Ben Casey Is in Laughing Mood By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Vincent Edwards smiles! I Some folks believe ''.at should rate a headline any. day. After all, hasn't television's Ben Casey; been written up by alliterative magazine writers as the "dour, doctor" and "surly surgeon"? Not to mention "morose medico." Is he really an angry young (33) man? "I think people sometime;; confuse an actor with the role he plays," he says in his own defense. "Sure, I can get mad when things go wrong. But I can also make a joke as well as anyone." Edwards is more in a laughing mood these days, and why not? "Ben Casey"- is sailing into its second season with the stamp of success. (This alliteration has got to top.) One of the reasons Edwards is happier than last season is that this time he is getting a larger piece of the action. He staged a sitdown last spring until his bosses came up with A new deal. He scoffs at the idea that his action comprised • ingratitude. Merely the workings of the free enterprise system, he argues. "I didn't mind working the first season at a nominal fee," he reasoned. "But after the show had. Pagt 3 1'll.y Tologrnm Saturday, October 20," 1962 proved itself, I figured I was due for a share. "It really doesn't seem so great when you figure the entire cost of production. Take a look at some of the other beneficiaries. The agency that packaged the show gets a fee of 10 per cent of th c weekly cost, which runs about $140,000. Thc advertising agency collects 15 per cent of the total COSi. "So an actor's foe of $5,000 a week seems kind of small when you figure out what others are getting." Who's Going f o Pay Repair Biff? JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) — For six hours Friday, Joplin police hunted a car reported stolen, only to find it parked in thc same spot from which it was taken. Mrs. Carl Larson parked in the 100 block on East Seventh, put the key above the visor and went to a beauty parlor." When she returned* the car had vanished. Tommy Moore also parked his car in that block. He telephoned a garage to pick it up for repairs. The key, lie said, would be over the visor. You guessed it. The Larson and Moore cars are identical. When Mrs. Larson got her car back, its cooling system and ra- d i a t o r were completely overhauled. The nation's commercial forests support 1.3 million fulltime jobs in the wood using industries. [CROSSWORD • -. - By Eugene Sheffer 1\ 41 •22 18 39> 35- (3 30 2.5 So <o 23 4o 14- 17 24) 31 10 45- HORIZONTA 1. Uncle 4. upright 8. epochs 12. single 13. continent 14. a.shen 15. tissue connecting bones 17. s-shaped molding 18. In bed 10. Indian tents 21. gratifies 23. withered 24. jog 25. screamed 29. tavern SO. footwear 31. before 32. furniture material 34. unit of force 35. bird 86. grasping person 37. geometric term [> 40. jargon 81, Greek letter 41. conspiracy 42, voters 46. Anglo- Saxon serf 47. single 48. born 49. exploit 50. tiny children VERTICAL 1. sun 2. blackbird 3. atom bomb term 4. man's name 5. employed 6. transgress 7. ragged Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Averif • tin* of lolutlon: 16 mloutei. «0 ma, KlDf Features Synrt., Inc.) OBYPTOQOTPS IO-2O 8. epic poetry 9. anger 10. helm position, 11. perceives 10. foment 20. silkworm 21. fuss 22. Italian river 23. swayed 25. briefest 26. part of arch 27. flea eagla 28. ruminant mammal 30. aquatic bird 33. exalted 34. effort 36.staffs 37. hurried v 38. otherwise 39. Ice cream shell . 40. chisel 43. card gaina 44. soak 45. ocean ZBKF BEBBLK' SHRIEK T H U O FB T B U (3 LHW RBGUSIKIW. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: OUR TOURIST RETURNS WITH NEW HAWAIIAN SUNTAN. :

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