Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 30, 1964 · Page 33
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Thursday, July 30, 1964
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10 T. HURS -' JULY 30 ' 1%4 ' loke ChQrles Press TRIO — Yogi Bear and his friends, Cindy and Boo Boo, appear in a full-length cartoon, "Hey There, It's Yogi Bear," opening loday at ihe Lyric Theater. OPEN TODAY & FRI. 5:4R SAT. 3:45, SUN. 1:45 ADULTS 75c—CHILD 25o STUDENTS 50c NOW THROUGH TUES. WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS AMERICA'S MIGHTIEST ADVENTURE! METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER and CINERAMA present HOW THE WAS WON * * * NIETROCOLOR® * * * WW* s^g^J CARROLL BAKER • LEE J. COBB • HENRY FONDA • CAROLYN JONES • KARL MALDEN • GREGORY PECK • GEORGE PEPPARD • DEBBIE REYNOLDS • JAMES STEWART • ELI WALLACH • JOHN WAYNE • RICHARD WIDMARK READ THE AMERICAN PRESS CLASSIFIED ADS R OUND- ,. _ •%/ ,W'; 1.^1 '!<V~: fm&i'tv ,•'Sifet-i^ >, ..>.,' >- i X.!i&-.:r'.'it : /4iSR£i! ADULTS 75e — CHILDREN Kir TONIGHT FIRST FEATURE—7:15 AND FRIDAY « COLOR A looCtmtm ttt ndu. A PAUL NEWMAN JOANNE IVODDWARD Sl.TOVn KKATIJRE—9:45 P.M. NEW K3ND OF LOVE NEXT - STARTING SATURDAY PRESLEY ANN-MARGRET PHONE 43fa'-^503 STARTS TODAY Fnatures OPEN WKKK DAYS (:l,i — ttATCRDAY A; Sl'NDAV 1:45 ftfethe OFLiFe,,, Cartoon Film of Lyric To Sfor Yogi Bear Yogi Rear, thnl. hrashly unconventional cartoon character who is the delight of visitors to •Jcllystonfi National Park, has finally hit the hit* time—he's in the movies. The picniohaskel-slealing hear stars in "Hey There. It's Yogi Bear." his first full-length cartoon feature, due to open today al the Lyric Theater. The non-conformist cartoon character, whose soul belongs to a couple of cartoonists, William H a n n a and Joseph Bar- hera. and whose voice belongs to an anonymous actor, carries on in the movie in the tradition IIP has created on television. AMUSEMENTS AND THE ARTS The comedy is generously i ( sprinkled with song, features in' I addition to Yogi, his Jcllystone ' Park friends—Cindy, the demure little lady hear, Boo Boo, Yogi's fumbling sidekick and the hefuddled Ranger Smith. The plot in the Columbia picture is the usual effort on the. part of Yogi to snatch as many picnic baskets as possible and t h e predictably unpredictable consequences that develop. DELIGHTED TRAFFIC COP SOON DEFLATED JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP)—Traffic Inspector J. G. Bezuirienhout hoard screams in one of Johannesburg's busy streets as he rode across an intersection on his motorcycle. He turned left—the wrong way into a one-way street—and took off after a couple of Africans who had attacked a cashier, Mrs. Catherine Wait, and stolon a bankbag containing $1,680. Bezuidenhoul tore past motorists travelling toward him, swung his way past their curses and caught, up with Ihe two men. He tripped up one, grabbed the other and re-covered all the money. Bcuuidenhoul, feeling rather pleased with himself, headed back towards Traffic Headquarters tn fell his story to his senior officers. He found that one angry woman motorist had laid a charge of reckless and dangerous driving against, him. PALACE A Blondel A Copl A "BLIND" DATE/ Adults 50c — Children —2Sc Phone 439-2406 Open 6 P.M. NOW THRU SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE r; THI PULITZER PRIZE NOVEL is now • Mamorabls Motion Picture I EVIL RON FOSTER • PAT BLAIR irtUHO TW; wii 116 *tIiiT» -MSaw A UNIVERSAL RELEASE. INTENSE MOMENT — Deborah Kerr's concern for Hayley Mills, who seems Jo be emulating the older woman's tragic past, makes for tense drama in ihe Ross Hunter production "The Chalk Garden." Mi/Is, Kerr Shoring Paramount Spoflighf ite BROILED STUFFED LOBSTER TROUT ALMONDINE — SEAFOOD PLATTER SHRIMP BELMONT — STUFFED SHRIMP, FLOUNDER PRIME STEAKS * FRENCH CUISINK COCKTAILS—MIXED DRINKS elmont OPEN fi A.M. 'TIL 11 P.M. DAILY AT HEI.MONT TOURIST MOTEL, 2730 BROAD Phone HE 6-2484 ! Film star Hayley Mills is just ; 17 years old, but is already on ' her second image, speaking film ! wise. Proud owner of an Oscar and the subject of more fan mail | than any other leenage motion j picture star in the world, Hay- i Icy has been a box office i'avor- j itc from the time of her first film five years ago. Until the however, ; Haylcy's screen image has been i t'on.slanl, representing the good,! clean and wholesome attitude of i the soklen haired teenager in such films as "The Parent Trap," and "In Search of the CaslawMys." Now she will be seen In her! first real acting challenge, in a role quite different from her' normal personality. The part is (hat of Laurel in the Universal j Technicolor release, "The Chalk Garden," which opens today at the Paramount Theater.' Other seasoned performers in the film are. Deborah K e r r, Edith Evans and Hayley's father, John Mills. The screenplay caretully develops the theme that w h e n love and understanding replace hate and sordidness, life can flourish even in the bleak bai;- rcness of chalk. % The film gels its title from the chalk cliffs in Southern England. --/.-- ADULTS 7Sc CHILDREN 15c SHOWTIME AT 7:30 THE SHOWS VOU'RE~SORRY~¥0 if MISSED! NO NAME WAS MORE FEARED THAN., THE in EASTMAN A UNIVERSAL tiaysf GOLOJ3/ AT fl:00 — A "CO'MPLETE SHOWING GREGORY PECK-TONY CURTIS 11 'Captain Newman ANGIE DICKINSON • BOBBY DARIN iiiiiiltikU! * WWSAL (T.!U»l * *" * STARTING SATURDAY"* * 3Rliil : METRO-GOLIWIVNWVER ^ __ ! ELVIS PRESLEY AJ&WUMMINGS-' |[Y :m viva ..PANWONVMETROCOUHlr. NEW MOON DlilVE-IN T1IEATUK ADULTS 75c -*• CHILDREN 15c HIT NO. 1 (7:55) HIT NO. 2 (9:30) COB LUCIli-E HOPE BALL. .. PANAMA & FRANK, THE COMKOY Tir X HIT X ^VK HIT NO. ."! (11:051 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TNI SCMECN HAS NEVER KNOWN A MAN UK HIM 1 NoM fm Wimr NCLAIR LEWIS EiMERGiumr ».#. Saturday Only! "40 Pounds of Trouble' "Great Imposter" & "The Outsider" GAO SoVS ^ ac hine Selects The Ideal Girl;? Ml Stokes Gives Statistics Cost U.S. i WASHINGTON (AP) - The! i General Accounting Office said i Tuesday that bad administration of the Army's allotment system is costing the govern! ment about $2 million a year in erroneous payments. Al least $340,000 of this amount is never recovered from t h e ' servicemen who get the erro- i neous payments. Ihe congressional agenr-y a.ided. ; The most cuiiimon error, it rrrjnrlrd. is I he f:iiliirp tn make: .proper drduciions for U.S. sav- i ings bonds, ynvornmenl life in- ! suranve and support of dependents. The f!AO said mistakes occur i primarily because Army personnel and finanrp workers are not properly tra'ned, do not re,- j main on (he job long enough to I learn it properly, have to per' form other military duties and ' "do not exercise the proper de- 1 gree of care in their work." LOS ANGELES (AT 5 ) - Miss Formula is the apple of Cal- comp plotter's eye — after all, she was partly its idea. The plotter, which displays computer information, took time out from drawing weather maps, oil field findings, brain waves and molecular structures to sketch its idea of the perfect female form. From toe to tip, bikini-clad Miss Formula rolled out of the machine. Calromp's solution: height, 5 ft. 6 in.; weight 115-118 Ibs.; and. predictably, 3fi-24-;ifi. BOORS OPEN ":45 P.M. N-O-W SHOWING FEATURES AT 4:00—6:41—9:23 WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER and CINERAMA present HOW THE WAS WON Slrrophnnic Sound PASS LIST SUSPENDED FOR THIS PICTURE Avoid the • Don't be GET YOUR SOUVENIR TICKETS FOR THE SPECIAL ADVANCE PREVIEW THURSDAY, AUGUST 13th in their first feature length motion picture TICKETS GO ON SALE MONDAY AUGUST 3rd 11:00 AJi, ALL SEATS $1.00 FIRST COME FIRST SERVED WIN I KJ I. SOl'VEMK TICKETS KOI; \nvANtr PREMIER BY M..AV1NG Bk.AILt: GIVE-AWAY OVER KLOU RADIO 1580 PARAMOUNT STARTS HE 9-3021 TODAY ADULTS Sl.OO — riHLORKN '!5r — STUDENTS 7(ic OI'l.N !:»,") I'.M. -- Ki;.VITKI. 'UMTS .Vlll—7; 10—!):10 HAYLEY'S AN IRREPRESSIBLE TEENAGER... who learns a secret...solves a myslory...and grows up all in one surprising summerl OF IKE HEABMiniUS BRQiD*A» *»o mm 5i*ct SUCCESS CO MARKING EDITH EVANS-FELIX AYLMER-ELIZABETH SEUARS Sf.««pU> \y JOHN MiCHAi L HArtS Dueled b r RONALD NEAMt-ProduwJ b» ROSS HUNTER A QvGIA »l.!,IAi.S 110 PltlUSt - A t'KHlRSAl. REUASt NEXT ATTRACTION PETER SELLERS "WORLD OF HENRY ORIENT"

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