Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 15, 1964 · Page 48
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 48

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, July 15, 1964
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30 WED> J ULY 15, 1964, Lokc Charles Americon Press ACROSS 1 Shatter 6 Church title 10 Musical work 14 Site of Peace Palace 15 Quartet IB Baseball play 17 Resident foreigner 18 line; concurs 20 Crony 2t Hue 23 Swipe 24 20 First — 27 Forwarded 29 Cover a beat 32 Odd 35 Put thru sieve 38 Charge 40 Wild plum 41 I^ry postponement 44 Network 45 Stock market term 4fi Assigns 47 Long 4!) Brawn 51 Autocrat 53 Drunkard 54 Business deal 58 Since 60 Fretful 63 Slack 64 Franciscan friar 66 On the left: nautical fi8 Silkworm 60 Arrow poison 70 Ballroom dance 71 Suture 72 Box 73 Big business DOWN 1 Bodily contour 2 Indonesian peninsula 3 Quick-moving 4 Litigate 5 Biddies 6 Business 7 Governing body: 3 words 8 Papal letter 8 Earnest-money 10 Sash 11 Nice detail of conduct 12 Preposition 13 Traffic sign 19 ReUthrt of » ragout 22 Short tnonze 25 Typewrit or attachment! 28 Cuddles 30 Melody 31 Floral strand 33 Cheer 34 Scout groups 35 See 3 Down 36 Sapling 37 Class of aquatic animals 39 Performs 42 Uncle — 43 Everything 48 Scruff 50 Evening party 52 Memento 55 Uniquely SB Massive 57 Praise 58 Easy — SB Dress detail 61 Girl's nickname 62 Millinery 65 Weir 67 Appropriate AMUSEMENTS AND ARTS McNeese Players Stage Entertaining Program Haley Mills Film Opens Al Lyric Tonight The first film s h o w i n g a grown-up Hayley Mils arrives jwythe Lyric Theater Wednes- An unusual and entertaining, itself is a conlrived mixture of players aptly enact their psy- day. evening of theater was staged (oscillating reality and unreality chotic killer roles. Bessie is an! Hayley, now a lovely young by MciNccse's Bayou Players' portrayed by characters who expert hatpin killer and George ^ woman - wil1 slar in Walf Dis when they presented "Tr io," j don't even have names. Most! is an exact .„,,„., •"""'" '" three one-act plays by McNeese! O f (nc act j on an d dialogue con- speech instructor Elwood Wil- jV eys the playwrights' spoofing liams - poisoner. ney's "The Moon Spinners." In the movie Hayley is an English girl vacationing on the island of Crete. She meets Pe- •veys the playwrights' spoofing "Tending The Goat" is adopt j that much of life is absurd. I ed from the "Panchatanklra," i | a collection of folk tales from! ter McEnery as a young man I-me performances are turned j n dia. It is a risque tale in i wrongly suspected of heing a manner showing how a sup- j jewel thief. The three-night run w h i c h i opened at the Ralph Squires ;i n by the seven member cast: Auditorium Tuesday night, Frank Spano, Judy Latimer, Funl* of Tuesday. Jnly 14. Solved ! marked the world premier per jformances of two of the plays, "One For The Money" a n d "Tending the Goat." The third play, "Inertia" was written in collaboration with artist Don Sncll of Houston, Texas. All three plays are classifications of comedy Garf Macdonald, Mary Jane Tritico, Chuck Nunley, Jim Arledge and Bob Walther. Curtains opened on "Trio" with the "One For posedly subservient wife outwits her husband in being unfaithful. Becky Hannie (the Wife) cleverly displays feminine cunning as she tricks her husband (Mi- Hayley falls in love with him and follows a trail of mystery and suspense as Peter tries to discover the real thief. This is Hayley's eighth movie and fifth for Disnev. Her tal- OIK4 w.n DHi*r Prajwtim CO-STARS — Hayley MUlTand Peter McEnery add a touch of youth io the Wall Disney film, "Tho ', Moon Spinners," opening tonight at the Lyric Theatre, two member cast ofjchael Helman) into believing an ? , flUh ffor Dlsney ". Her a i The Money." This is ! that her infidelity is f«r hi« ««,« ? nlcd performances have left ! that her infidelity is for his own awards. McEnery has starred in "Tunes of Glory" and "The Victim" as well as several London hit plays. ~--~ _ „- -..« ... ,j . ....... .^, i vntii u\.;i iiututiiLV is mi UJri l)WIi i » * .,» ,. . William's first playwright en-1 good. Bob Walther (the wealthy her s . howered Wlth acting re unique deavor, written in 1957-58. Jam- Brahmin) smoothly characteriz-' ™ Ticdy sel-1 ie Macdonald and Thclma Grish- j es the recipient of her ingenious dom, if ever, produced on local |am play the roles of George 'wit stage. Particularly "Inertia" ! and Bessie. which must be described "ab-! _. , | Supporting players Jim Ar-. surd comedy" m the avant' " lls S al 'ows humor come-(ledge and Mary Jane Tritico' The movie was filmed in Crete garde theater vein. .'V shows two desperate crim-j balance out the cast. Although I m Technicolor. The Mediter- . . i ilia l fugitives seeking e s c a p e audience response tended to fa-1 Cancan scenery makes an ef- inertia is not set in a n y j f r o m their small room after! vor "Inertia " the Indian folk i fective background for the young known lime or place. The plot'their latest robbery. Both the i tale was also highly lauded. English actress. - -.. _ _ _ i "The Moon Spinners" was di- /"VTVT TfcTVTT-vx-TrV " Trio " is dedicated to t h c: reeled by James Ncilson from I 11\ HK I I Jl -rK i niemnr y of Rosa Har t whose | Michael Dyne's screenplay. ^'•L ^ •*-*-•. VAJ-^V^AV life, in turn, was dedicated to I Bill Anderson is co-producer the living theater. — YOUNG.! with Walt Disney. STAMPS IN THE NEWS RY CHARLES H. GORF.N l& m<; Br Th* Chi«90 Tribune] Neither vulnerable, South deals. NORTH A (1 it 8 '•• !) 7 •' A S6J 32 * .") ;t KAST A A 10 2 V 5 \ OKJO *8 *KJJ07G SOUTH A 7 (i V A K Q J 10 8 0 No no * A Q U 1 2 The bidding: South West 1 9 I'iiss 4^ Pass WK.ST A K J 5 -1 3 <S 8 3 2 OQ1075 North 1 ,NT Pass East Pass Irish Honoring By SYI) KRONISH AP Newsfcatures A special postage stamp Io mark Ireland's participation in the New York World's Fair has just been issued. Featured on the new stamp is the Irish Pavilion at the fair and the in- Opening lead: FJght of * South' s failure to double East's overcall of tsvo clubs in today's hand was not motivated by either a charitable disposition or an indifference to the coin of the realm. He realized that since he and his op- play of the hand, his judgment would have been completely vindicated. West opened the eight of clubs and East played the 10 to force out declarer's queen. South led a small trump to the nine in dummy so that he might discard one of his losing spades on the ace of diamonds. A club was played next; however, when East put up the jack, declarer was afraid to rover with the ace because it might be ruffed, so he followed with a small club. East returned a trump and vSouth was unable to avoid the loss of three club tricks as well as one spade. In his haste to obtain an immediate discard on the ace of diamonds, declarer neglected the more .important consideration of counting up to 10 tricks. The opening lead gives South two club tricks which, together with six hearts and one diamond, brings his total up to nine. The 10th trick may be obtained by trumping a club with. North's high heart. In -— ponent held so many clubs be- i order to protect his ace of clubs twecn them, it was highly un-lfrom an adverse ruff, however, likely that the bidding would j declarer should concede one of stop there, and South was not' his losers early by leading a interested in defending against small club from his hand at trick two. East will be in and the de- new stamps to honor some other contract. Rather than give West the opportunity to re.scu e his part- : fense can take two spade tricks tier and possibly uncover a but that is all. South ruffs the other close guod fit in some South derided to "Irish Pavilion — Newilntemalinnal Geographical Congress held in London. The theme suit, four of clubs with the nine of any hearts, discards his nine of Yurk World's Fair 1964-5." Also noted us the name of the '; of the slam P s is "The Chang country "Eire." There will be i ing face of Britain." two denominations o£ this sign pence de- 5 pence and 1 shilling 5 — in multicolors. further discussion by bidding a clubs on the ac c of diamonds, game in hearts. Had he ap- then draws trump and cashes plieu the same foresight to the ; his ace of clubs at the end. Also announced by the Irish Department of Posts and Tele.-, . graphs is the contemplated is-j lorcstr >'- suance in September of a set of "Europa" stamps. The 2'u pence shows new apartment buildings in London. The 4 pence illustrates the port of Belfast. The 8 pence features Collectors in this country desiring first-day covers of the World's Fair stamps may write io Irish Cachet Covers, 947 E. 32nd St.. Brooklyn, N. Y.; 11210. A complete set on cover costs 51. Here is an opportunity for new collectors to get a basic guide without cost. Tho H. E. Harris Co. is offering its 1964 Catalog and Guide free for a short period uf time. Featured in this book are U.S. Postage issues complete, U. S. unused plate number blocks, first-day covers. For beginners, it tells how to start a collection and for the experienced it gives a reliable guide to prevailing market values. The 1 shilling fi pence depicts the great globe of the Dounreay nuclear reactor rising like a moon over the old plain of Northeast Scotland. France has issued a semi- postal stamp commemorating (he first French Pope, Sylvester Also issued by that country was a new fi franc stamp honoring the 13th century of Notre Dame de Paris depicting a portion of the stained glass window featuring the Madonna and Child. Open 6 P.M. Ph. 439-2406 LAST TIME TODAY ADULTS 75e it is unlikely that you will experience in a lifetime all that you will see in... mm Thurs., Fri., Sal. f ADMISSION ADULTS 50c 'IULUREN 25c Jack PALANCE Anthony 'Tsu^T \MLOe-WALLACE ^JHS TECHNICOLOR LONELV Write to H. K. Harris Box A, Boston 17, Mass. Co., The U. S. Post Office Department announced that first-day sale of the Kennedy memorial stamp at Boston shattered all records. Stain)') collectors as well a> many who hud never collected stamps previously but who wanted a KVnnedv memento asked the Office tu cancel and mail 2,003.0% envelopes bearing the new stamp and the "first day issue" cancellation. 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