Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 27, 1962 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, October 27, 1962
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'Advise-Consenf At State Theater Bitter personal feuds and political in fighting that can reach ! into the highest places of government, including the White House, are revealed with shocking candor and high drama in Otto Preminger's "Advise & Consent," showing at the State Theater Sunday through Tuesday. The movie deals with the conflicts set in motion when the president's controversial choice for secretary of state is sent to the U.S. Senate for confirmation. Starring in the film are Henry Fonda, Charle s Laughton, Don Murray, Walter Pidgeon, Peter Lawford, Gene Tierney, Franchot Tone and Burgess Meredith. John Wayne's latest and biggest spectacular of the yea r, "Hatari" will s'how at the State Wednesday through Saturday. Wayne portrays a devil-may- care game catcher who earns his living by supplying wild ca<me to zoos and circuses around the world. Hardy Kruger acts the role of an ex-racing driver who utilizes NOW SHOWING THRU SUNDAY The rocket ship that challenged outer space . OUUYFWEB M SPUEI ,MVIO HctEAM- CHARLES BRONSOH Co-Hit... A thriller perfect suspense Plus Color Cartoon BONUS OWL SHOW TONIGHT Thrilling epic of the West... -GUNS 10 TOMBSTONE with James Brown • John Wilder WalterlCoy » Robert Karnes'. Delia Shar'man Boxoffice Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 his skill behind the wheel to pursue the game. Elsa Martinclli, one of Italy's top stars, portrays the role of a free-lance photographer assigned to cover the game-catching scenes. However, her attraction for Wayne provides an interesting romantic development which is rivaled by that of three baby elephants — and their antics result in many hilarious scenes. Two special Halloween owl shows will be shown Wednesday starting at midnight. They are "Frankenstein's Daughter" and "Not of This Earth." Mollie Mack, Helmut Schmid star in a kiddies matinee Thursday and Friday. Show time is 2 p.m. Showing will be the gay and exciting story of a circus, "The Bashful Elephant." The story deals with a 12-year- old orphan girl who succeeds in escaping from behind the Iron Curtain, and she makes her first home with a traveling circus. Now showing at the Garden Drive In tihrough Sunday are David McLean and Charles Bronson in "X-15" and, Peter Gushing in "Cas>h on Demand." James Brown and. John Wilder star in an owl show tonight "Five Guns to Tombstone." Showing next Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 2-4, will be Jim Brown in "WinRs of Change" and James Philbrook in "Wild Westerns." The Saturday night owl show will be "Most Dangerous Man Alive.' 1 * * "* Movie Calendar STATE THKATKR "ADVISE & CONSENT" — Sunday through Tuesday. "HATARI" — Wednesday through Saturday. "FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUGHTER" and "NOT OF THIS EARTH" — midnight Halloween allows Wednesday. "BASHFUL ELEPHANT" — kiddies matinee Thursday and Friday. r.ABDKN DKIVK IN "X-15" and "CASH ON DEMAND" — tonight and Sunday. "FIVE GUNS TO TOMBSTONE" — owl show tonight only. "WINGS OF CHANCE" and "WILD WESTERNS" — next Friday, Saturday u:id Sunday. "MOST DANGEROUS MAN ALIVE" — owl show next Saturday night. Theft at Missile Site Brings Arrest SEDALIA, Mo. (AP) — Charles Rofoson, whose address was given as Knobnoster, Mo., was arrested at a Minuteman missile site west of Scdalia Friday and charged with grand, larceny. Authorities said iron and steel stolen from a missile site in Morgan County had been taken to a junk yard and offered for sale. Robson's bond was set at $1,000. He was employed at the Sedalia missile site. Masquerade DANCE TONITE —9:00 to 1:00 VFW CLUB Alex Mujiea Band Public biyited — $3.00 Per Couple Sponsored By The WOMEN'S BOWLING ASSOCIATION WHERE THREE IS a crowd—on their wedding night Elsa Martinelli and John Wayne have unwanted guests—Elsa's three baby elephants, in a scene in "Hatari." The African adventure film will be at the State Theater Sunday through Tuesday. Also appearing in the picture are Hardy Kruger, Red Buttons, Gerard Blain and Michele Girardon. Traffic Deaths At Record Rate CHICAGO (AP)— Traffic acci dents killed a record 29,600 persons the first nine months of this year, the National Safety Council said today. The council said the previous high for a Jan. 1 to Sept. 30 period was 28,691 in 1956. Last month 3,960 persons died in traffic accidents, the highest September total since 3,746 were killed in September 1941. The first three quarters of 1962 produced a death rate of 5.1 persons per 100 million miles driven. The index at the end of September 1961 was 4.9. The council listed these cities and indexes for the first nine months of 1962: Cities 750,000-1,000,000 popula - tion—Washington, D. C., 2.0; St. Louis, 2.1; Cleveland, 2.3. Cities 100,000-200,000 population —Torance, Calif., 0.2; Topeka, Kan. 0.2; Yonkers, N. Y., 0.7. PRE-HALI©WE'EN SHOW UP"ATOUR II 6HT TONIGHT — 12:00 Midnight IT'S A MAD-ROMP WITH THE SPIRITS . . . 1ST HIT— AS MANY VICTIMS AS A CAT HAS LIVES / ^ ESMOND-/W-AUBE CO-HIT! THE EAST KIDS in The Spooks Run Wild ALL SEATS 90c IR M40J THE TURMOIL OF WASHINGTON . . . The tense atmosphere of loyalty and suspicion OTTO PREMINGERPRBENIS HENRY FONDA CHARLES LAUGHTON-frDON MURRAY WALTER PIDGEONft PETER LAWFORD GENETIERNEY-frfrFRANCHOTTONE •frLEWAYRESftBURGESS MEREDITH EDDIE HODGES -fr PAUL FORD-fc<£r GEORGEGRIZZARD ftlNGASWENSON STARTS SUNDAY! Continuous Shows Sunday Starting 2:00 P.M. HURRY! ENDS TONIGHT COMING SOON! Mwhww N *-4*ffl

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