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18 Sunday, May 30, '65 Delia Democrat-Time* Critics Page: Comments On Books, Drama, Music, Art. Memoir Of Winston Churchill Shows Unknown Side To Winnie July Book of The Month Soletlion| Drawing upon her father's pa: An inlimale memoir of Churchill's private and public life before the end of World Wai I has been chosen as the July Book-of-the-Monlli Club Selection. Violet Bonliam Carter, author of "Winston Churchill: An Intimate Portrait," first met Churchill at a dinner parly in pcrs as well as licr own reco]-; lections and diaries, she senls a picture of Churchill t h a t is sympathetic, but by no means always admiring. Reporting Club members, Basil Davenport says "Winston Churchill: I n t i m a t e Portrait," was with great style and acuity, ·s'ilhout parallel in Churchill lit- 190C. She was 19 years old and'eralure . . . it is a superbly de- Ihe daughter of II. II. Asquith Mailed personal portrait." who would soon be Prime Minis-l , , , , . , , , ,,, .... tor and whom Churchill would! ^ V '° shows Cllurch |" serve as First Lord of the Ad-l a s ^° th ,' he vcun E l l o r l stml '"B to his place in the House of i Commons and as the erratic i miralty. Their dinner-table tion hardly fed towed the usjal pattern. Churchill had recently relumed from his South African adventures and, at 32, was al-j bridge player who when chicled for a discard replied, "The cards I throw away are not worthy of observation or ready Under Secretary of the; Colonies. He confided to Lady Violet ihat he was "younger than anyone else who counts" and added, "We are all worms. But I do believe that I am a glowworm.". * t , °" whlch '° u I should not discard them. It is the cards I should concenlratc your tendon." * * + THE MEMOIR ends in 1915, i the year the young First Lord'sj jGallipoli scheme turned (o dis- 1 THAT EVENING she to!d herder. The failure of the invasion father about the young man and'| c d to the loss of his post in the said she thought he was a geni- Ascjuilh government and a us. Asquith replied, "Well, Win- temporary lull in his political ston would certainly agree with you there." Violet. Asquith soon became, she says. Churchill's "militant accomplice and his confidante." She adds, "I have had the opportunity to share his thoughts, to watch the workings of his extraordinary mind, to feel the impulse of his indomitable heart and on occasion to remember and record his words." T R A V E L · Information . . . · Arrangements MILLS TRAVEL TOURS |Mrs. Helen W. Spiarsl Box 112 Phone ED 4-4109 career. The friendship twccn Churchill and Lady Violet! continued, but she was no long-l er his "accomplice and con(i- dente." More than thirly years ago, in an essay on Asquilh, Churchill called Violet Bonham Car- t:er a "gleaming figure, capa-l ble of dealing with the gravest; questions and largest issues ; with passion, eloquence and . mordant wit." He continued, "she displayed force and talent equalled by no woman in British politics." Ever since she lived at 10 JDowning Street with her father 'and her formidable stepmother, Margot Asquith, Violet Bonham Carter has played an active role in British political and literary life. She was a popular speaker for the Liberal Party after her father was supplanted by Lloyd George in 191G, and Mostly New Stuff he Time Has Comejj (News from the W. A. Percy Memorial Library) With some 3,000 juvenile books now being published each year, many parents are understandable puzzled when it comes to choosing the right books for (heir young children. To help parents with this prob- Tem, the following pointers are suggested: Start out with something familiar for the child to tie to his previous experiences. If the child has a dog or cat, he will enjoy meeting dogs or cats in verse and story. Dolls and Koala bears, toy (rucks, or real trains will catch his interest in literature if he likes them in real life. Keep in miml t h a t a youngster's attention span is shorl. .So short stories or poems should be selected that can !e enjoyed one brief siding. Also, 'o avoid confusing him, clicose books with a very small cast of The first literary magazine to be published last year by a group of young creative v.riters and artists at Greenville High School was such a successful venture that another edition, with completely new material has just been released by this talented, hard-working journalistc group. Editor Bill Young and Co-editor Don King combining their editorial know - how with a staff of writers and artists have made possible, with ths 19C5 issue of "Laureate" an anthology which is as bright and attractive in physical appearance as ll'.e gay flowers of May and June. The contributions range from vited to enter. Entries may be taken to the home of Mrs. Wilbur Kent (1255 Kirk Circle,) Greenville, on Friday, June 25th or to the Court House on Satur day, the 2Cth. An entrance fee of $1.00 will be charged. * * * THIS annual event generate interest in the September Second Annual Sears Southern Art Festival, which is held in conjunction with the Gaa and was so excellently attended last year. More will be written in the next few weeks about the Court House show, but, in the meantime, all area artists are advis- Best Sellers [Covpllid br rVbliiVm' Weekly] Flclion HEPZOG -- Soul Btlbw HjaRY S'JNDOWN -- K. B. G Iden FLH*aiL IN BERLIN--l»t DelgH'cn UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE-- Btl Kuul- HOTEL -- Arthur Ifelley DON I SFO? THE CARNIVAL -- He'rr.! Wouk THJ WAN -- Irvlio Wa'Iaco THE OSOWAVS -- W-llio-n Hi-r-phiev THE CECIOS OF AUSTIN--lo-M Av;h: "'ME LEGEND Of 1HE SEVENTH VIEGIN A' CONVENANT V/IIH DEAIH--Sw5-tn Cedir THIS ROUGH WAGIC--Mary Sre*ort Nonllction MARKINGS -- Ocg Hcmmarlklold THE FOUNDING FATHER--R.chard J. Who 1 MAY SEE FILM WASHINGTON (UPI) - Th» late President Kennedy's Harvard classmates may get a chance lo view lhe government's widely praised documentary film on his career at their 25th reunion next month. The House passed and sent to the Senate Thursday o bill sponsored by a member of the class of 1S40, Kep. Torbert 51. MacDonakl, D-Hass. It would permit the showing of the U.S. Information Agency production, "Jolin F. Kennedy: Years ol Lightning, Day of Drums," at QUEEN VICTORIA; BosN TO SUCCEED tnc Cambridge, M ass - reunion. THE ITALIANS--Luio.1 B M SHADOW RAN FAST--B.:l Sandi RErAINISCEKCES -- Gsn. Douglgl Mac- Anncr SIXPENCE IN HtS SHOE-- Phryllil Me Gin'ey LIFE WITH PICASSO--Fra-.cofie G.lol :nd Catllon Liole CAIHERINE ltl= GREAT--Zo« OH toy.-g USIA films can be shown in [his country only by special permission of Congress. TIME TO UPDATE your carl Prices and terms are mighty attractive right now. Turn back lo Classified and see! For The Best Valueo In Diamonds TONOS JEWELERS 1M E. 3rd -- Leland, Miss. poems, book reviews, stories ,,, of lhe a[fair and urged to get and essays, and [he art work is !,!,,·,,. pointings and sculptures accomplished in black and wh : '~' drawings and photographic MONDAY ONLY ALL REMNANTS A "MATSY" Local Thespians Ready First "Mafsy" Award Presentations program nt the Downtowner. Sixteen of the more than 50 Twin City Theater Guild actors and actresses have been nomi naled by Guild membership vote as finalists for the first duclion." chosen by Guild mem- work. * * t THERE IS no denying that creative efforts by the younger generation is outstanding for its pristine spontaneity. Much of it is inclined to be darkly pessi- mislic, which seems (o be characteristic of youthful authors Television In Review NEW YORK (UPI) - Tho survey of the American Research Bureau, a national audience measurement firm, re- ami an accent on death and dy-j ve alcd that 17 of the top 25 ing permeates the pages. Here, shows on networks at the start MAI SYS will also be awarded for " t h e most professional pro- jcharactc REPETITION, as in the tale of he runaway pancake, provides mi ami is quickly understood ind easily and happily remem- jcred. Thus it builds up the child's confidence. A singsong quality will prove popular. B o l f i rhymes and rhy- Ihm appeal lo lhe sample child, is his very nature to hop and dance spontaneously lo express limself. Humor is always a hit. The kitten stopping backward into a pond, the wind blowing off a neighbor's hat, a little elephant standing on his head arc the sort of fun the child likes. Pictures play an important part in the small child's books. though, by Sandra Barton, class 1966, is a whimsical offering which has particular appeal Thomas Shopping Center annual "Matsy awards Tuesday evening. The nominees, selected by se cret ballot of the audiences at the various productions through out the year were named in the best nctor anil actress and bes supporting actor and actress categories. From these nominees, a winner in each category will be announced at Tuesday's award has served as governor of the Old Vic, a trustee of the Glyn- debourne Arts Trust, and a governor of the BBC. 'Winston Churchill: An Intimate Portrait," written some lime ago, was withheld from publication until the death of Sir Winston. Good Summer R E A D I N THE SOURCE ... by JAMES A. MICHNER 7.95 KNIGHTS and DRAGONS by ELIZABETH SPENCER 3.95 912 ORLEANS STREET 1.95 by WALTER LOWRY DON'T STOP THE CARNIVAL 4.95 by HERMAN WOUK MEMORIALS OF A SOUTHERN PLANTER 6.95 by SUSAN DABNEY SMEADES CHURCHILL, MAN OF A CENTURY 2.95 Edited by FERRIER PILLAR OF IRON 6.95 by TAYLOR CALDWELL THE JOY OF CHILDREN 7.50 by PEARL S. BUCK the OFFICE SUPPLY ca WO WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 2-0914 and to t h e best back stage orker of each play as chosen ,' cast members and directors. Announced Saturday as final- t for this year's awards by uild president Dr. Frank Acree re, in the "best actor category" ay Graves as Shcpard Henerson in "Bell, Book and Cnn- e," Lou Lindsey as John Proc- r in "The Crucible." mid Hod- ng Carter III as Murray urns in "A Thousand Clowns." Nominalcd in the "best ac- ess category" were Ann Smith ; the Mother in "The Happy me," Ann C a i l l o u e t t as Elizaeth Proclor in "The Crucible," nd Scoflie Lake Webster s Dr. Marlowilz in "A Thous- nd Clowns." In the "best supporting actor ·negory the following were ominalcd: Wayland Clifton as Ifrct! in "The Happy Time," mory Rose as Sidney Reillish "Boll, Book and Candle," ave Dunaway as the Rev. ohn Hale and Lcn Fallen as The child likes to pick out familiar objects. Librarians have 'ouncl that children's eyes can "ecus best on large clear pic- nres, nnd they nrc usually un- mpressed by photographs. Tliey enjoy bright primary col ors long before the more sophisticated mauves and char- treuses. Action is important to the child. The story line, howev er simple, should progress. Or else the pictures should provide i strong sense of movement, as a child skipping, or a ball rolling. W J P R - 9 A . M . Sunday. May 30, 1M5 "HOW TO GET ALONG WITH OTHERS" }r°puty Governor Danforth In 'The Crucible," Ralph Davison as Albert Amundson and Mike Milliken as Nick Burns in "A rhousnnd Clowns." THE FOUR nominees in the 'best supporting actress" are Emma Lou Cole as Miss Holroyd in "Bell, Book and Candle," and Elaine Wilcox, Clau- detle Reese and Patti Fallen, al 1 . in "The Crucible." The awards are named for the late Wynn Richards Taylor, pilose nickname was Matsy. She was an early president of !lie Guild and the theater on Airport Road is named in her honor. The formal presentation and one net play "Street of Good Friends," directed by Helene Forte will be preceded by a pool side reception at the Down towner for all Guild members. There will also be a very brief business meeting. Guild members who have nol already replied to invitations should call Mrs. R. J. Whitfiel at ED4-9166. ·r me. Tilled "Why?," I hope ou, too, Ike it. Why are the skies .so blue? Why am I me, and not you? Why are ripe apples red? Why are my feet not my head? Why are fish able to float? Hold back the answers? Please, not now! But why is a horse not a cow? If yon know the answers, don't fell me, Just tell that three-year o!c perched on your knee! I wish space allowed me lo .ivc you more examples of this delightful and well turned - out anthology. I suggest thai you ,el a copy of same and enjoy i as much as 1 did. Congratulations to all vho Were aboard. of the season last fall remainec in that group as the season drew to a close. NBC's "Do- nanza." long a favored show, again was the most consistent, . 1 or 2 throughout the season hands A letter has recently come t my desk with a plea for help in a new study of the "Papers o Jefferson Davis." * * + MR. TIASKEI.L M. Monroe, 114 Fondren Library, Rice Uni 'crsily. Box 1892, Houston, Tex as is the editor of this venture and hopes that someone in this area has in their possession or mows where they may be located letters and documents rc- ;arding Jefferson Davis. The editors are also interested in let- ers to or from Jefferson Davis ind correspondence to or from lis wife. Varina Howell Davis. Mr. Monroe says that they're going to need all the aiding and abetting they can get and will deeply appreciate any help from folks in this area. NBS's Thanksgiving night color special on Nov. 25 will be 'Remember Cole Porter," a ribute to the late Broadway composer that will have Maurice Chevalier as star. Althoug] ic was a star through the whole Cole Porter era, Chevalie never appeared in one of his shows. With no series of his own to star in next season, Bill Dana, who was a writer before he became famous as his Jose Jimenez character, has been put under contract by CBS to develop new comedy formats for the network. 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