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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 23

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Monday, November 25, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 25, 1968-23 Drama Returning To Radio CBS Plans Series About Pro Player Barbara Farkins Stars In Sequel To Hit Film minion Foundation, which is incorporated in Virginia. Samuel Beckett's "All That Fall. "Archibald Macleish's "The Fall of the Citv." and Giles Cooper's "The Disagreeable Oyster" are among the radio plays of the 1930s that have been done in updated ersions lor the series. cafeterias T925 S. DixieL.W.P.3. PALM COAST PLAZA Id ItU Vr. Y.ri T'roet Nm Service NEW YORK - Radio drama is returning to the airwaves on a nationwide. 150-statton noncommercial educational radio network. Seventeen new productions, seven of established works of radio drama and 10 of new radio plays commissioned for the project, have been produced by Boston's educational station, WGBH. They will be distributed to the other stations in the network on long-playing records. The project has been financed at $114,000 for one year by a combination of federal and foundation support. The participants are the National Endowment for the Arts, the WGBH Educational Foundation and the old Do- By DIC K KLEIN ER HOLLYWOOD l.NKAi Dana Andrews has fully recovered from his bad fall, except thai he has lost his senses of laslc and smell . . . Doctors expect they will return but, meanwhile, it's a decided inconvenience . . . Sean Conner), here doing "The Molly Mayuiies," avidly watched the political conventions on television . . . Somebody suggested that there is nothing like them in England . . . "Oh, we have the same thing," Con nery said, "but we call it theater." Word got out that CBS was looking for a beat up old car to play a beat-up old car on the new Bob Denver series, The iood (uys. So every beat-up Whole, Roasted, Young TURKEY 12 lb. guaranteed uncooked wi. ready for your IIIAkS(.ll(. IIIH Skillfully prepared by our cheh "Dunwich," for which he will receive $250,000, is described as a hair film and that's a lot for hair will be directed by Roger Corman for American-International. A case of life imitating art. Robert Evans' first acting job was playing Irving Thalhert. Now he is playing Irving at Paramount, in charge of production. Unpredictable Tony Curtis, who is not famous for being nice to press agents or the press, wrote a letter to Darryl Zanuck, Jonas Rosenfield and other department heads at 20th Century-Fox, thanking them for knocking themselves out to make a hit of "The Boston Strangler." The studio expects the Gerald Frank best seller to be a bigger hit for the studio than even "The Detective" the Frank Sinatra starrer has made a mint for Fox. mately blew his top over the mystique and idolatry centered on his wife's first husband, the late Humphrey Bo-gart. It must be hard on the second husband. Elizabeth Taylor, for one, has kept her glowing accounts of the marriage to Mike Todd, to a minimum. More inter-racial fil m stories are on the way Dino de Laurentis doesn't beat around the bush he is calling it, "Black and White. "American-International has "Three in the Attic." "Joanna" features a love story between Genevieve Waite and the best looking Negro I have ever seen on or off the screen. There is something in "Skidoo." and in "100 Rifles," ex-football champ Jim Brown has a love affair with sexy Raquel Welch on screen only. Off, they barely tossed a civil word to each other. Peter Fonda's next film. By SIIEILAH GRAHAM HOLLYWOOD (NANA) -Barbara Parkins will star in the sequel to "Valley of the Dolls." And you'll never guess what they are calling it "Jacqueline Suzanne's Bevond the Valley of the Dolls. " Try getting that on the marquees. They just want you to be sure whose "Beyond The Valley of the Dolls" it is. The first script didn't turn out so hot, and now Miss Suzanne will put her sharp pen to the project. Her husband. Irving Mansfield, is producing and the Mansfields want to be sure they don't rush out with any old thing. Apart from Miss Parkins, the cast will be entirely new. It would have to be. Most of the original players died in the original best selling story. The story behind the Lauren Bacall-Jason Robards Jr.. break-up one of the stories, let's sav - is that Jason ulti old car owner upped his price. They found the one they wanted a '24 Lincoln rusting in a field. The owner demanded and got $4,!KM) for it. Chatting with Milzi (iaynor is something like taking a bath in champagne effervescence In the extreme. She talked about: Her mother "She just came back from Europe, and she said she wanled to bring Portugal home with her." Her special "It's on MiC in October, and it's a one-woman show with lots of the characters I do on it." People's minds "People's minds play tricks on them. I gave a party once and it was so hot I just served grapefruit juice and vodka. Only I didn't have any vodka. So I just served the juice. Two people got drunk and one had a hangover the next morning." Ghosts "My house ghost, Mrs. Walker, is back. I was reading 'Rosemary's Baby' in bed and 1 got scared and that makes me hungry so I went down to the kitchen to make a sandwich. We have one of those call boxes the numbers pop up and I looked up and Number 4 had popped up. It has never popped up before. Mrs Walkei did It." 99 only pi iic 2 qts S&S Dressing rLU3 1 qt. S&S Gravy 10 SPECIAL ALL TAKE OUT PIES ONLY $1.00 cheek mm TONIGHT AT WEEKLY MONDAY GAMES PARTY 8:00 p.m. ST. CATHERINE'S GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH SOUTHHN IIVO t WASH 10 All TURKEY ORDERS TAKEN before IMMIil Nov. 25, 68 will receive first P with turkey for only 59' i DIPAITMINT STORM Nyman'sQ BEEF TIP Dinner Theaters Today OPEN 1:30 60' Til 2 HOUSE Or PRIME MBS and SEAFOOD Make Reservations 4 97' J ovs Commander RESTAURANT on famous Singer Island OLD FASHION BOCA RATON "Lady In Cement," 2:00, 3:55. 5:55, 7:55, 50. CAREFREE "Deadfall," 2:25, 4,40, 7.10. 9.40. COLONY "Oldest Profejlion." 7 25, 9:30. m MICHAELCAINE x For A 'SPECIAL' THANKSGIVING DINNER! BEACH (DRIVE-IN) "Cool Hand Luke," 7:00, 11:15, "Wait Until Dark," 9 30 BOULEVARD (DRIVE-IN) "Prudence and the Pill," 7:00, 10:20, "Singles Only,"8:S0, DELRAY (DRIVE IN) "Oldest Profession," 7:00, 10:35, "Shuttered Room," 8:55. SKYDROME (DRIVE IN) "The Ugly Ones," 7:00, 10:45, "The Secret War of Harry Frigg,"9:00 : TRAIL (DRIVE IN) "Barbarella," 7:00, 10:40, "P. J," I 55 FLORIDA A Space Odyssey,' Served uith lant . . . Egg Noodles Cole Slaw Green Beans Roll & Butter Cheese , r Cake eV ttOOLCO-KED GRILL "2001 1:30. 732-9741 mi a n n I mm If OS South Federal Hwy. 1 f.M. ta 10 P.M. I HANhbUIVINU UNtK loyeloe ttcth LAKE "Gone With the Wind," 2:00, 1:00 LOEWS CINEMA BOYNTON "Hall a Sixpence." 7 00,9:30 LOEWS CINEMA 70 "Lady In Cement," 2 00, 4 00, e 00, I 00, 10:00. PLAZA "Boston Strangler," 1 7:20, 1 30 00. 3:10, 5.10, Chilled Tomato Juice Harvest Fruit Supreme Wine Sap Apple Cider Commander Clam Chowder Cream of Celery Soup Koast Younu Turn Turkev. chestnut dressing, cranberry uranue relish ;t Hf Maryland t ried Oysters. Baked Smithfield Ham ,1 n." Commander Imperial Crab, red pepper relish 4 ;,u Rnast Prime Hib of Beef, au jus with spiced crab apple 4 jn Candied sweet potatoes corn on coo whipped white potatoes green beans Waldorf Salad Parkerhouae rolls sweet potato biscuits dessert autumn pumpkin pie Indian pudding brandied mince meat pie ice cream or sherbert Rose' Wine Children'i Dinners, Under 12 Less $1.00 CALL 8-18-3111 FOR RESERVATIONS 3100 OCEAN DRIVE RIVIERA BEACH LET US BAXE YOUR HOLIDAY TURKEY ll PLAYBOY "Blonde on a Bum Trip," 2 00, 4 00, :00, t 00, 10 00. "Depraved," 3 00. 5:00, 7:00,9.00. RIVIERA "Barbarella," 7 35, 9:45. MOVIE AUDIENCE GUIDE The Inllowinit ratinu desiKiialinn by the Motion 1'uiure Assiniiitiun nf Amenta up-plies to Minis released alu-r N I, I'MiH and is being run as a jmiIiIk sitmic hv this newspaper in aujuaint the view inn audience with t h iK new ssttni, liaimn mit)3 appear in individual theater u'l. (i - Suggested fur (irnerul audivneea. M - .SiinKt'htid tor Mature audience (parental discretion is achisi'tlt, K Restricted. Ceriums under Hi not admitted unless aeniinijanied by parent or adult guardian. X Peraoni under 16 ot admitted. 9 to 101b. TURKEY Roasted to a "Golden Brown" with Dressing & Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce READY-TO-SERVE, ONLY 11" (eKLT Whole PIES: APPLE, MINCE, PUMPKIN $1.25 Sans Souci Hotel 350 SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD - PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Meet me at MY APARTMENT COCKTAIL LOUNGE The most relaxing atmosphere for particular people. Featuring Betty Rowland Nightly Bobby Price and His Society Combo Friday and Saturday Nights Corkiuil Hours 4 To 7 P.M. Open 1 P.M. To 5 A.M. Ph. 833-9219 Happy Thanksgiving from the owners and staff of Sans ! DINNER AND COMPLIMENTARY COCKTAIL 2.75 Choice of delicious roast beef, seafood, or chicken. Special club dinner includes appetizer, dessert and beverage. Join us Monday through Saturday, 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. JM's Gulfstream Restaurant, third floor. LYON-NICKEL CAFKTKKIA 207 Royal Poinciana - Serving Palm Beach since 1 950 luncheon Specials daily except Sunday (Dinner only) (Dinner only) (Dinner only) Baked Spare Ribs and Kraut Stuffed Green Pepper Baked Young Chicken 1 1:30 A.M. to 2: IS P.M. - 4: 30 P.M. la :00 P.M. - Daily and Sunday souci Motel ... Won t you join us lor dinner? Sans Souci Hotel is celebrating its first Thanksgiving and be assured, it will be celebrated in the world renowned Palm Beach manner! The Lucullian feast we will set before you is sure to linger in your memory for a long, long time. Your table in the colorful Flamboyant Room will be adorned with a bountiful harvest of fresh fruits and nuts to bid you welcome. To whet your appetite, you will be served a sparkling punch concocted from the very finest fruits and wines of our land. Now make your choice of Cream of Asparagus Soup or Chicken Consomme with fresh vegetables; Fresh Seafood Cocktail or Glazed Branched Grapefruit. Entrees, in keeping with the tradition of the day are: Tender Young Hen Turkey, roasted to a turn, with a mild old-fashioned dressing sure to bring back happy memories of past family dinners or . . . succulent baked Smithfield Ham with tropical orange and pineapple sauce. You will oe able to have the Sans Souci "Carver" assigned to each table excise the exact morsels of turkey or ham which catch your fancy right at your table. To complement your choice of entree, choose buttered Squash and turnip or Cauliflower and Broccoli Polonaise, Baked Sweet Potato with Honey Butter Sauce, or Creamy Whipped Potato. Enhance the pleasant contrasts of your meal with your choice of peach and apple Waldorf, or fresh Green Bouquet Salad with Butterflake and Crescent rolls and our special Fresh Cranberry Sauce. Top off this terrific table d'hote with traditional hot Mince Pie, Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream, or tradition-shattering Fresh Strawberry with a chilled vanilla sauce and a beverage of your choice. We'll be serving from 2:00 to 10:00 P.M. price $6.50. Children under twelve, $3.25 Reservations are essential, so we suggest you call Mr. Duhon at 8li,'!-9701 now to avoid possible disappointment. PALM BEACH MALL $'''''m.:''mmJffl'-'-- ACROSS FROM ! NOW SHOWING c7" .oZLm'"m,2rmmi zls W9p& ? : BENNY UTIMORE : FREE V '" I f S FREDDY SCOTT ( MING V U I 2 Fleershows Nitely 2 j J Hmmf urn m j mini h m.i luTOj-yMMpywFijmKiJ'wiij iiiaiiiiii ini i T ' r'JTrirn'""Ttfi maaiuatlLA ''" CrVT4 . TH( TRUE I I , 1 m m .m m timiiMfi M -'J$i ' -hi . cONreaseD ' I" f J I 'S$' ! the H I ytfzvtz&2'il I boston U-i lOTlflllwHB I M.iveatr..dit,oml'Hwnkssivin.DaN C STRANGLER III w' ' - ' 1" I vlinnt-r at 'I he (-.iptiim's Tiihlc I - ..n...... I I - I'hc rcwauronl on the Imnicoasial Wmcrwav j J "'1 Ji'l'.'" 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