The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida on July 18, 1957 · Page 13
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The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida · Page 13

Orlando, Florida
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Thursday, July 18, 1957
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At The Colony Japanese Movie Exciting By JEAN YOT1IERS The Magnificent Seven, the Japanese film at the Colony in Winter Park, is a furiously exciting tale about the battles of the howling warriors that characterized 16th Century Japan. Made by Akira Kurosawa, whose Rashomon scored Japan's first big film hit in America, it tells of seven dedicated, proud samurai who quite skillfully and joyfully kill 40 evil bandits attacking a Japanese farm village. IX RETURN' for bowls of rice, these seven knightly defenders slay the 40 bandits and protect the village. They do it magnificently, and those who Balch Tells Sertomans Of Newspaper Printing By ANN , ROLL Staff Writer Henry Balch, associate editor of The Orlando Sentinel, told Sertomans yesterday how the Sentinel-Star newspapers get to press. "We are in the communications business," Balch said. "We fell an obligation to print what happens, when it happens, no matter who is involved." BALCH explained the methods employed by the paper to lick "time, our biggest problem." "Early reports sometimes make us look wrong," he said, "but we often have to print die are laid to rest with fine funerals. The picture, in accord with the excellent composition of all Japanese films, abounds with thrilling sword play, wry humor and good photography. Its best scenes come as the fiandits, one by one, ride into he village, only to be plucked off one by one by the waiting samurai. Those who enjoy a good wild Western will find this picture to be great sport. German Draft Reaches 100,000 BONN, Germany (in The new West German army got its 100,000th recruit yesterday and promptly gave him a. gift to mark the occasion. It was a picture of Defense Minister Franz-Josef Strauss. Ail tiro Oi C.rnrnl ithelr Cairo talks to Pen the Suez Canal to Israeli ships, NEW DELHI (IP) Indian diplomatic sources here said P r ime Minister Jawaharlal yesterday. Nehru advised Egypt's Fres. Gamal Abdel Nasser during (Orlatiba irftitinrl 13 Thursday, July 18,. 1957. CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN MUNICIPAL PARKING Around the corner on Central Ave. QjQ-jy cola If) DOORS OPEN 10:15 A.M. TODAY! mVOGUESs Chicago Mayor Asks Games Unit CHICAGO UP) Mayor Daley yesterday asked 140 Chicago area sports leaders to join a committee to plan and conduct the 1959 Pan American Games, if they are awarded to this city. Chicago is the only American city which formally has applied for the intrahemU sphere version of the Olympics, A decision on where the games will be held is expected at a meeting of the Pan American Sports Organization in Costa Rica Aug. 3. DON'T, SETTLE,, FOR LESS i Will i ium 43 w Annum Divti to b paid Dm. 31. 195T 1 1 1 1 .ill! More than ever. . . WHERE YOU SAVE DOES MAKe. A ifilfffiwjjgi, RST4 rutin mi Federal; SAVINGS A LttAK ASSOC 1A" 1 1 eouwT ,0. tool I i! the news before all the facts in a story come to light." "WHEN IT comes to news, we print the facts as we know them," he concluded. "When it comes to editorials, we express our opinion." Thrill Killer's Fate In Hands Of Governor SPRINGFIELD, 111. (ID The Illinois Pardon and Parole Board debated yesterday whether notorious "thrill killer" Nathan Leopold should spend the last years of his life in freedom. Board Chmn. Franklin U. Stransky said the result of the closed door meeting would re main a secret to everyone but Gov. William G. Stratton. THE FINAL ruling on Leopold's plea for executive clemency and reduction of his sen tence to 64 years is up to Strat ton alone. Stratton is not re quired to follow the board recommendation. If Stratton wills it, Leopold could go free this fall on the basis of his statutory time off for good behavior. HOWEVER, Illinois Paroles Superintendent T. Edward Austin said Leopold "could be freed" in the next few weeks Airliner Averts In-Air Collision EL PASO, Tex. W) An airliner with 85 persons aboard narrowly averted a collision in early morning darkness yesterday with an unidentified aircraft, the airliner's pilot said. Capt. Ed Bachner, pilot of an American Airlines DC-6, said he was forced to turn and descend "very rapidly" to avoid smashing Into the other craft. Ph 2-821 COLONIAL DR. AT MILLS ST. NOW SHOWING WAYWARD BUS Starring Dan Dailey-Jayne Mansfield " " " Spaghetti Ttl. W.P. 27-9424 Air Conditioned ALDO Superb Italian Cooking Open Every Day Lunchtont Dinn.ff HI. 17-12 1 mi. N. M ft. Park SCALOPPINE ff CYPRESS GARDENS J otf ski ihows daily II M in 1.01 pa 130 pm 4:15 pm FINEST of FOODS "TWUK MUSI GUY Op.n . S to 10:30 p.m. Except Sunday uulnZ 537 W. Fairbanks k. WiM.r f.rk S-S7JJ vss. Z I X4r7tTn5 V! II 1 1 II l a A III tm HiyLn pm PfGGH MORRn flL' Feature at: Mtn-knfi GRAVES CASTLE ANKRUM 1 1 ' oo-i :o5-3: 45 - .. m ' Feoture ot: . ' ll . ii J DRIVLE-IN OPEN ALL SUMMER SERVING BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNERS PARTY ROOMS COCKTAIL BAR DANCING Saturday evenings 'til 12 Phone Winter Pork 6-2211 Winter Park. Fla. you'll enjoy a Screwdriver OPENS TODAY! AT DAYTON A THEATRE, DAYTONA BEACH OPENS TOMORROW! ATHENS, DELAND, and MARION, OCALA Pearce's Dining Room At Ben White Raceway WILL REOPEN TUES. JULY 16 Serving The finest Food To Be Found Anywhere At Reasonable Prices Open 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. end S p.m. until 9 p.m. For Reservations Phone 3-6779 Doors Open 2:45 last Day! MAGNIFICENT SEVEN" WITH An All-Star Japanese Cast! Also "LAND OF LOST WATCHES" Cartoon ."O o o T FRED ' in " Doors Open 12:45 lost Day? ASTAIRE AUDREY HEPBURN FUNNY FACE" Color "THE KILllNG"nd,TECoL'ENEaN rvatEN Come toMC At the Kg Ones At Venice Fishing Jetties ON THI CULP OP MIXICO Tht ptrfect spot for your $ummtf c Hon. 8oinq . . . Tnni . . . Gelf Wattr-Iront rtstouranr. CompltTtly furnished Air-Condiiontd Beach Cottaqtt by fleiy, wetk or month. TV Loungt. Lew Summtr Rartt For Information ot Roammtiont TAX PON CENTER f VENICE, FLORIDA PHONE 2-M1I XQL. AIR CONDITION Phon. T7J "THE INN" SUPERB FRENCH CUISINE Open Tuu. Thri; Sunday f to 10 30 P.M. CLOSED MONDAY Ptt SO imt wnt at airport ntrane " M PRIME RIBS OF BEEF Au Jut Complete Dinner $1.65 Hours 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sun. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. PIZZA Phone 5-7375 2425 Edgewatei ORLANDO'S FINEST FOOD VALUE U. S. CHOICE DELMONICO STEAK 2 Vegetables $100 Coffee or Tea i For Your Pleasure at MAX'S Who Eats in his Own Restaurant At 17 E. Central Ave. EM 3 W. Pine STARTS OPEN TODAY 10:45 FEATURES 11:38 - 1:38 - 3:38 - 5:38 - 7:38 - 9:38 Suspense. teiv. STAMINO mm, GEORGE NADER PHYLUS THAXTER 'rff A J TIM HOVEY m HAROLD I STONE EDUARD FRANZ REM SHAW Ukr MAKE IT WITH THE VODKA OF VODKAS Smirnoff mSltil GREATEST NAME IN YQQK M 1 100 PtGQf. Distilled Ii!i5 imi. Sli. Pimi Siaiimll fl. (Oii. il HeuBiiis). Riilfni, Cim. Fried Chicken Dinner (All You Can Eat) $1.75 Special Plate for Children GRANDMA'S KITCHEN 730 N. Mills St Tel. 4-7SS6 Home of Fomily Style Dinners MISSOURI INN Also Italian Diihei OLD WINTER GARDEN ROAD l 3 Mil West of Sunbrock Speedway) Catering to Parties for All Occasions Phone 3-8759 Closed Monday Nothing IX THE WORLD V FAFfiOD Likeitlj&S DINNER only $1.95 leu. th Tr. SaUel. luH Lbtr, lcl'M. .h ChM. rr.d Shrtme, SlWiHi It's Heavenly to Dine at the SKYLINE! .COCKTAIL. LOUNGE Orlando Aireort Pk. 1 5143 FREE PARKING SUMMER TREATS From Our Menu V doz. JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP 1.60 BROILED GROUPER 1.60 SHRIMP STICKS 1.35 SHRIMP SALAD PLATE 1.60 FRIED LOBSTER TAILS 1.25 BROILED SPANISH MACKEREL 1.75 Vi CHICKEN, COUNTRY STYLE 1.65 BAKED HAM 1.60 HOT ROAST BEEF OR CHICKEN SANDWICH 95c CLAM CHOWDER, BOWL 40c "Where Good Food Predominates' GARY'S DUCK INN AIR CONDITIONED 3874 South Orange Bloiiom Tr. EMPLOYEES PICNICS MEETINGS GATHERINGS Call MEINERS Food Catering Service Finest Barbecued Meats Prepared to your Order Fresh Delicatessen Dishes Famous Home Made Pics Many Other Items To Choose From Open Sundays 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fresh Pastry & Bakery Products Await You Meiner's Food Catering Service Famous For Fine Foods For 40 Years 401 S. Deloney Ph. 2-1742 rntmrl-i'tar MOVES MERCHANDISE Just Arrived! Our Quarterly Order 1 TON OF NEW YORK STRIP SIRLOIN STEAKS IJ! fat iasattws i mm & iff It 3 V 1 H-giTj- only f ; j BY MAKING THIS GROSS PURCHASE WE ARE ABLE TO PASS THE SAVINGS ON TO YOU. SPECIAL OPEN 4:30 DAILY CLOSED SUNDAY PHONE 4-0401 WINTER PARK INCLUDES Fresh Garden Salad, Potatoes, Vegetable, Beverage, Bread and Dessert. U Y. 4 p. V a-lx-STFXHNICplOR W 7 rr- ir.oo fiu J 9'SO0Nky tAAflCArter Q'QRIEN IN.... ir-t mmmm mtswW9 f$$titBl"i Rouh,Touh end Wonderful i TSGT. JIM MOORE. U.S. Marines. HAffis .n "OUTLAW IK&rZs,... QUEEN" O ON L.Y JAMES AR.NES5 tN" GUN THE MAN DOWN" T.S IKOO WAV ANTHONY DIBITA M1LLAND QUINN PAGET WIDEVISION SCOTT BRADY Note . . . Due to the Magni- Itude of this production we will have ONE SHOWING AT 8:45 ONLY ROCK HUDSON JAMES DEAN U ELIZABETH IMUJK, "Wgeorge W STEVENS' I IIP Jo:oo a star and a story i ...To make the ; blood race and I the heart melt! MICHEL RAY J0eWcMa BARBARA HUE mihb u-iun IClNEMASCOPti COi.00 IV DC IUXI MICKEY NPralde Ufce ATCH FOU THE FLASH I SO RED AWKNr... MIU NORTH OF THE UNSERPASt ON U.S. 17.9a in colo ft ... 7:yj WO J.-t90 3 BRAVE MEN' JOHN LUND WILLIAM BENDIX AT 9. S Member Oiang. County Rest. An. irotiMittm.ainmiriiiiinnirwiwriB 1 1 1 (iunjji i u 1 1 in i u " ".n"f.Li.iwfw .im5imw r E - A I 1 I ifn , I I- "- '! 1 11", 'I Ii k:Zm-trhX 1 Colonial Plaza Shopping Center East Colonial Drive At Bumby Monbcr Orange County Restaurant Association E3 1 I 1 1 4 1. P 1 " zrss 7ffiiWii'rii-i SSS.M. T. 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