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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Thursday, June 18, 1964
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FAMILY AFFAIR — Mrs. Mary Byrne Elliott, as "Ida Rhinegold" and her two daughters, Becky (left), as "Little Nell," and Carolyn, as "Nellie Lovelace," pose in costumes they will wear in the Lake Charles Little Theater's "Dirty Work at the Crossroads," opening Friday at 8:15 p.m., in the Majestic Hotel ballroom. ///trttttf/t/ff/tt/rtrttrftrnt/tr/tt/rrrrrrtrrtrrrfffrrrtrfrr/n AMUSEMENTS AND THE ARTS tttttirtt/tr/it/rrtrrrrrrtfttfttrittrttrtrrtrttttftttftrrt/firtn FOR OLD New Disney Film Opens at Lyric Ope-u P.M. PALACE HE 9-2406 Adults 50c — Children 25c LAST TIMES'TODAY A very ' intimate *"" look at a very beautitui woman! BRIGITTE BARDOT"" MARCEU.O MASTROIAMNi "A VERY PRIVATEJFFAJjr Flim.d in EASTMAN COUO« DOUBLE FEATURE FRIDAY-SATURDAY Adults 50c — Children 25c -- GLADl ...^ lOMDANi IH..-J «•:>!•<*<;. HARRISON-NUSCIAK- —-• UNDERCOVER SUSPENSE SHOCKER! ERIKA PETERS 6COTT BORLAND. ROBEHT GLT Judy's Daughter Is Still 'In Dark' Alaska Quake Woke Bears About Marriage \ Too Early LONDON (AP) - Judy Gar-j land's daughter, Liza Minelli, j says she is "as much in the I dark as anyone" about her mother's announced marriage to actor Mark Herron. | "She hasn't told me anything j about it yet," said Miss Minel- j li, 18, who is in London for a TV ! appearance. Jessica Tandy's Daughter Acting SPffLETO. Italy (AJM-Tan- dy C r o n y n, the 18-year-old daughter of .Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn. makes her theatrical debut with her mother this summer in Spoleto's Tvv o- Worlds Festival. SEATTLE, Wash. (AP)—Alaska lecturer Lowell Thomas Jr. says the March 27 earthquake which shook up his state so badly also stirred up the big Kodiak bears and got them way off schedule. Thomas told the Seattle Rotary Club Wednesday the quake roused the bears from their winter hibernation. After a while, the bears went back to their dens for the rest of their winter Bleep. Now they're sleeping in, and guides are afraid the bears won't be up and about when the hunting season starts. A most remarkable cat, who narrates some of the adventures of some of her nine lives in an appealing Scots brogue, is the heroine of the new Walt Disney movie which opened to a large audience at the Lyric theater Wednesday night. "The Three Lives of Thorn- asina" is the gently told tale of a large ginger cat who adopts Mary, a small motherless girl. Thomasina blandly tolerates the child's dour young father, a veterinarian who has become embittered and withdrawn since the death of his wife. Thomasina is a cat's cat, padding stealthily through the garden underbrush after innocent birds, waiting endlessly with curled paws and sphinx eyes before a mousehole, and daintily slupping a saucer of cream at the tea table after a streaking survey of the back alleys of the village. However, the good life, (number one), ends in an accident when our heroine's epi- curian tastes lure her to the marketplace to steal a succulent fresh fish. Mary's father has to "put her to sleep" and is branded a heartless murderer for his pains. Where else would a good cat go next but to cat's heaven, a feline furryland where we see Thomasina daintily picking her j way up a glittering golden stair•case to see the cat goddess. A cat's lives must go on however. . . . There's a bonny lass who lives in the woods whom the village lads call a witch woman. Around her humble cot- Itage wild creatures live free I and unafraid, many having been I healed by her tender, loving care. Here Thomasina embarks upon her third life, gently nur- tured back to health by the pretty Laurie. The story of Thomasina's lives touches that of the lonely JiUJe girl and her attachment for her lovable but independent pet. For many, nostalgic child' hood memories will be evoked at the sight of the yowling indignant cat being stuffed into a doll bonnet and dress and wheeled protestingly down the street in a doll buggy. Walt Disney seems to have a magic formula that promotes the universal appeal of his recent movies. Combine an interesting animal with a few engaging, crinkle - eyed moppets and you find yourself being gently tugged by the heartstrings. You might even faintly cheer along with the youthful audl ence when all's well that ends well, and our Thomasina once again assumes her rightful place at the family table. -DUPUIS. STAMPS FREE! FREE! GARFISH BALLS & BOILED CRAWFISH FRIDAY. JUNE 19 9 P.M. 'TIL? Tina's Lounge (Formerly Sybil's) RON RUSH, OWNER 105 Hodges St. 436-9271 William Holden Attending Asian Movie Festival TAIPEI, Formosa (AP)' Movie actor William Holden is in Taipei to attend (he closing ceremonies Friday of the Asian Film Festival as the special guest of the Motion Picture Producers in Asia. Holden had s'.-nt the movie, "Seventh Dawn" in which he stars, to the festival as a sucst entry. Australia Cites First Air Mall By SYD KRONISH AP Newsfcatnres To commemorate the 50th anniversary of its first air mail flight, Australia will issue two new air mail stamps, on July 1. Both stamps are of the large commemorative size and. depict a Bleriot plane of the type in which Maurice Guillaux carried the first official air mail from Melbourne to Sydney in July 1914. The 5 pence is sage green and 2 shilling 3 pence is red. Australian Postmaster General Hulma also announced that a new air mail sticker will be issued on the same date. It will be larger than the present sticker and will feature the Southern Cross constellation o£ stars as used on the Australian flag, The Yemen Arab Republic has Joined the many nations philatelically honoring the late President John F. Kennedy. Yemen overprinted a sot of three triangular airmails which paid homage to the world's astronauts. A photo of Kennedy flanked by the dates 1917-1963 in English and Arabic appear beneath the original illustration. Austria has issued an addi- ! lional value to its series of mon- .umenlal buildings. The 50 gro- •schen coil stamp in blue-black ; is the same design as the exist- j ing SO K except that it comes In rolls of 2,000. Tlie stamp was designed by Prof. Hans Strohhofer. Also issued by Austria is a new 1.80 schilling stamp commemorating the Second Parliamentary and Scientific Conference held in Vienna and sponsored by the president of the Austrian Federal Republic. The stamp shows the figure of Pallas Athena superimposed over the Austrian Parliament. ESQUIRE MOUSE TONIGHT SPECIAL STUFFED BELL PEPPERS TOSS SALAD POTATO SALAD HOT BREAD 1.00 OYSTERS ON HALF SHELL SHRIMP COCKTAILS CHICAGO KOSHER CORN BEEF ON RYE YOUR FAVORITE MIXED DRINKS COLD OR DRAFT BEER We Start To Sorvt at 7 P.M. Corner Hlflbway H and 3rd St. w« Have Order! To Go — Serving From 7 'Til DAVE GARDNER IN PERSON AT La GRANGE SR. HIGH AUDITORIUM MONDAY JUNE 29TH ONE PERFORMANCE 8:15 P.M. Forty Million People are cnjoyinq his RCA VICTOR & Capitol Albumi, You sow him on the Jack Poor Show. Tickets: :».50—3.50—1.50 On Sale At: Gordon's jeweled Lee Martin'! CaldweM't Record Shop The Record ihop » *Rcio!e« Dr»» Heatlt' OITA 1 Ul. & M0\. 5:45 SAT. :i:15 — ST.V. 1:45 ADU.TS 50c—CmLI>l<KN T 25 STl'DF.NTS 41k- OFF STREET PARKING IN' KKAIt OF TIIEATKK FOK THEATRE PATRONS ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE FEATURE NO. 1 I'l.l'S 2.\U 1'KATl'RE See Rod '1'ii.vlor and Tip))] Ili'drciis in I'lus: "Alonjiler &. The Ape" t'hapli'i No. " and C'artoou SUNDAY AND MONDAY VINCENT 'BEN CASEY" EDWARDS IN TONITE OR LUNCH TOMORROW LUNCHEON or DINNER 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. Featuring The Finest In Sea Foods HHOil.EI) STUFFED LOBSTEK SIlIiIMP BKL.MONT if SEAFOOD PLUS PRIME QUALITY STEAKS — CHOPS — ETC. "FRENCH CUISINE" if COCKTAILS BELMONT TOURIST MOTEL - »» BROAD - PH. HE 4-14H OPEN WEEK DAYS 4:45 P.M. HE 6-3503 NOW SHOWING Features at: 5:20—7:10—9:00 — SAT. & SON. 1:45 P.M. _- lam Thomasiwi gave three of my oine lives to a little girl lost... a lonely man and a beautiful witch!" PATRiCKMcGOOHAN STARTS TODAY DOORS OPEN 4:45 P.M. *, Meet the zaniest characters < ^ ever gathered under one bed! t DAVID NIVEN • PfTfR SELLERS ROBERT WA6NER • CAPUCINE Fe»iure« Start 5:00—7:05—9:06 PINK"wSmiiml -----_ — —_.—_..»»•,w^MF THURS., JUNE 18, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Triplets Are Big Surprise To Everyone \ LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) I James Guidry, 23, fainted in the I hospital corridor Wednesday • when told that he was the fath- 1 er of triplets. : , But Gtiidry, of St. Martinville, wasn't the only one aur- i prised. Dr. Boring Montgomery, who I delivered the two boys and a girl, said he had not anticipated ! twins, let alone triplets. The babies' average weight ' was 4Mj pounds, | Mother and triplets were do- i ing nicely. ALL ROADS FOR ENTERTAINMENT LEAD TO THE 111 Hi 64557 1 ADULTS 75c KNDS FRIDAY BOX OFFICK OPEN 6:45 SURF'S UP AND TIIK BKACIf IS REALLY SWINGING! JOBCUMMINGS '. 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