The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on August 5, 1964 · 16
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w FORECAST -STm 1; THE ATLANTA f:oSTITlTIO, VeHnfMlur, Aug. S, 19641 Ci T aa, f ai - r a"iC" Dies; Decatur Pharmacist Funeral services for Dr. Stacy Jones Sr., owner of Stacy's Pharmacy in Decatur, will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Trinity Chapel. Dr. Charles W. Knight will officiate and burial will be in Decatur Cemetery. Dr. Jones, 70, died Monday at his home, 1220 Clairmont Ave., Decature. A native of Wilkes County, he was a past president of the Georgia Pharmaceutical Association and a member of the board of trustees of the Mer cer College of Pharmacy. He was a charter member of the Emory Baptist Church and member of Capitol View Lodge 640, the Scottish Rite, Yaarab Temple and York Rite Blue Lodge. Survivors are his wife, the former Claudia Irene Bond; two daughters, Mrs. A. J. Hall Jr, Decatur, and Mrs. Glenn S. Chapman, Titusville, Fla.: two sons, John P. Jones, Los An geles, Calif., and Stacy Jones Jr., Decatur; a sister, Mrs Allie Gallaher, Decatur, and two brothers, Lawrence B. Jones, brt Myers, Fla., and Clifton Jones, Decatur. Nation's Weather NEW YORK Scattered showers and thundershowers are forecast Wednesday over the northern and central Rockies, the central Plains and the mid-Mississippi Valley. Temperatures are expected to be warmer over the extreme North Atlantic states and northern Rockies while cooler temperatures are expected from the upper Great Lakes to the mid-Mississippi Valley. Hot weather is due to continue over the southern Plains. (Associated Press Wirephoto) WEATHER H. L. Alhanv (1 4e Amanita 99 74 Ashcville 86 65 At'ticCiey 75 64 Baltimore 75 6) B insham 94 75 Bismarck 97 55 Bmse 9? 59 Bosum 69 54 Buffalo 77 56 ft'linstnn 79 47 C. H'teras 76 7) 1.04 N. Orleans Charleston 87 73 New ork Charlotte 78 67 Chat'ooga 93 70 Chicago 85 74 Cincinnati 96 72 Cleveland 79 64 Columbia 83 70 )a las 102 81 Denver B8 60 ). Moines 86 66 87 77 85 59 99 61 98 74 91 72 94 76 89 76 ATLANTA One year ago today Aug. 7, 1963: High VI. Low 74. SIN AND MOON FOR TODAY Sim rises 5:52 a.m.! sets 7:34 p.m. Moon rues 3:16 a.m.; sets 6:06 p.m. TOTES (SAVANNAH RIVER KNT.) 5 29 a.m.: Hieh 6.6: 6:05 p.m. High 83 a.m.: Low i 11:47 p.m. Low -0.7 WASHINGTON (AP) Weather Bureau report of high and low temperatures and precipalion for selected areas: R. H. L. R. IL. Angeles 87 65 .02 Louisville 97 76 .43 Memphis 101 79 IMcndian 97 72 IM. Beach 89 78 .02 Milwaukee 90 72 iMpls.-St.P. 95 67 Mobile 95 75 iMont'mery 92 77 IMontreal 73 53 'Nashville 101 80 95 77 81 57 .30 Norfolk 84 65 .68 .73 Phila'phia 77 55 'Pittsburgh 77 58 .58 P'land. Me 74 59 .Richmond 75 61 .01 St. Louis 97 77 Is. L. City 83 60 S. Antonio 100 70 .37 San Diego 77 67 S. F'ncisco 67 55 ISan Juan 90 76 'Savannah 96 76 Seattle 70 55 .07 I Tampa 94 78 .10 Toronto 74 61 'Winston 78 63 .03 88 67 1.19 W mulgton 72 69 108 71 I NY Auto Crash Kills Savannah Worker PENN YAN, N.Y. UP) -John Myers, 32, a migrant worker from Savannah, Ga., was killed Monday when his automobile and a gravel truck collided near this Yates County community. Last Wheat to Russia MONTREAL (AP) - Final shipments completing Canfida's 228-mi!lion bushel wheat deal with the Soviet Union are expected to clear the St. Lawrence Seaway by mid-August. The shipments began last September. Labor Charges Hit a Record CHICAGO IA-Unfair labor practice charges recorded by the National Labor Relations Board in fiscal 1963 hit an all-time high of 25,371 cases. It was the busiest year In the boards 29-year history. Back pay awarded to 6,965 employes amounted to almost $2.7 million during the year. JVVWWVVWVVAAJWVVVVV',,;iji!i.s..ti Detroit Duluth Fresno Houston ln'napolis Jack'ville K sas City Knoxville L. Rock Obituaries Knight Mrs. Parker Funeral services for Mrs. Parker Knight, 55, of 1275 Oakland Drive SW will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Carmichael's chapel. The Rev. A. C. Peacock will officiate and burial will be in Flat Rock Cemetery Mrs. Knight died Monday at her home. She was the former Vesta Green and a native of Fulton County. Survivors are her husband; two sons, Jimmy and Randy Knight, Atlanta; two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Bramblett and Mrs. J. H. Laney, Atlanta, and three brothers, L. H. and Guy D. Green, Atlanta, and J. E. Green, East Point. Mrs. J. P. Frasch Jr. i Funeral services for Mrs. John P. Frasch Jr., 89, of 950 Peyton Road SW, will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Spring Hill. Dr. Clarence F. Sessions will officiate and burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Frasch, the former Addie Wheeler, died Monday at her home. A native of Milan, she was a charter member of the Beecher Hills Baptist Church and chaplain of the West Manor Civic Club. She was a widow. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Alexander A. Gatto, Houston, Tex.; a son, Charles O. Frasch, New York, and a sister, Mrs. Belle Blackmon, Atlanta. Mrs. Clara Hill Funeral services for Mrs Clara Jarvis Hill of St. Peters- Durg, fia., win be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Cascade Hill. The Rev. E. C. Wilson will officiate and burial will be in Westview Cemetery. Mrs. Hill died Monday in St. Petersburg. Survivors are a son, Lewis H. Cottingim. St. Petersburg; three sisters, Mrs. S. M. Perkins, Coral Gables, Fla.; Mrs. Pearl Walker, Bellevue, Ky., and Mrs. D. G. Lee, Atlanta, and a brother, Floyd T. Jarvis, Cincinnati ,Ohio. William R. Hester Funeral services for William R. Hester, 50, of 1328 Park Ave., SE. will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Blanchard's chapel. Dr. Blake Craft will officiate, and burial will be in Westview Cemetery. Mr. Hester died Monday in a private hospital. A native of Mauk, Ga., he was a salesman and a member of St. Paul Meth odist Church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Clarene Hester; a stepson-, Thomas Smith, Atlanta; a sis ter, Mrs. Jeff Farley, Colum bus, and a brother, F. E. Hester, Atlanta. 1333 assTrrnn Pi ...No holds EVERYTHING VErjT! fir i2x: ..jOV3 issionsl lRun Ri T5i - t. v. v 'term Vh? LIL'S PLAGE 5 . . C010 litfc TnLaV . 6' tvV hipping Scene.! The Vice RaSH M 4 1 I llC OrCompl.t. IU ITALIAN DINNER X BUY ONE-GET ONE FOR ONLY 10c NGood Mon. Thru Thurs. ATLANTA'S BIG FUN SHOW 1 :45 4 : JO : f 5 I 0ft M 237-65i7 HoHMQaH HOTEL root vasty rodert ml m PANAVISION M METROCOLO, LEMMON "GOOD .JLt IIAYLEY'S ROMANTIC ADVEiNTUREt 6 th 116 WEEK! rawAiE a surprise in suspense t Box Office opens 11:45 s-ff::::;:: m in mil ii vill II &rlLD -"--ut.o"' ftllPAIKINO. i 111 NATIONAL IANK A RARE VALUE.:: OUR SUMMER SPECIAL (0 1 COMPLETE FILET MIGNON DINNER WITH ALL THE MINGS HI H TRIM 2oo M HI GALS MATURING THf SOUTH S MOST BfAUTIfUL GIRLS ' CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT FROM s f rf DINNERS SERVED 8 M M. TILL 1 T BONE K-t si",r ENJOY THE MUSICAL REVUE .,,ffsr;Y , CONTINUOUS SHOWTRIPS DAILY 10 AM to 5:30 PM Stone Mountain Scenic Railroad at Stone Mountain Memorial Park off Highway 78 East Enjoy big Indian show gjlf" See Carving of Mountain )8f Ride New Red Caboose ailable for private irthday Parties, Call 469-9841- I'lrrW 1 ."THE PINK panther; I AN ADULT MOTION PICTURE THE DAVIO NIYEN TECHNICOLOR E MOLESTERS THE STRARCE ARO EVIL SIDE Plus"Night Heaven Fell" FIRST-RUNE ii ji BORGNINE- . AND THf WHOll MfHAll S CSIW ' plus- "A TOUCH Of MINK" FIRST ATLANTA SHOWING! to If 0 0 Russians Seeking Answer to Tuist MOSCOW (LTD - A ballet director said Tuesday the Soviet Union needs a new popular dance step to combat the twist, which is invading Russia. Igor Muiseyev of the famed Moiseyev Ballet, said the So viets must replace the twist with "virbrant optimistic dances with a sporting and comradely-spirit something that is lively and rot a death jig." FREE CHILD'S PLATE Sunday Nights Children 12 and under with patents get Special Plates FREE! SPECIAL STEAK NIGHTS Mon.-Tues. Nights 34 lb. Sirloin 1 09 Ret Mignoo 79C 12 lb. Chopped Sirloin 49C a happy difference you can enjoy every day at Morrison's Morrison's makes eating out with your family fun! Especially for your wife ... no cooking! And your children will get a big kick out of choosing their own food (with your help, of course.) Best of all, you relax, enjoy wonderful food together. Family mealtime fun-that's a happy difference you can enjoy at Morrison's. LUNCH 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. DINNER 4:30 P.M. TO I P.M. . V .inly v-::;-: " f.t, u. X AZfirvr.. ,''. w w , IN COiDRl It's McHale and his Entire Crew ..kidnapping race horses ...ramming subs on their Maddest Adventure! U in VJi U A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Starring KAPEVILLC. ACROSS "'i IN PROM ATLANTA AIRPORT OFFICE PARK INTERNATIONAL ERNEST BORGNINE JOE FLYNN TIM CONWAY ar CARL BALLANTINE GARY VINSON BILLY SANDS EDSON STROLL GAVIN MacLEOO JOHN WRIGHT YOSHIO YODA BOB HASTINGS hCLAUD!NE LONGET JEAN VVILLES FREE: PHOTOS OF McKALEa NAVY CAST ON OPENING NIGHT (WHILE THET LAST) rrn 1 TT -13 2Mm Laniber to Head Marietta Legion H. Doyce Lamber was installed Tuesday as new com- msnder of American Legion Post 29 in Marietta. ml!lmu,lllHioms TONIGHT! 8:30 P.M. THEATER UNDER THE STARS PRESENTS IN PERSONI clamorous international singing star JANE MORGAN " z, H I GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE TONIGHT! I 16 CONVENIENT TICKET OFFICES! DOWNTOWN NORTHEAST DECATUR NORTHWEST SMYRNA EAST POINT CHASTAIN AMPHITHEATER nrmcsi Tn (altar rasa) llUltkltf I IU h TT TT i riTTT TX Til i Ti T C IJ IT Ti IX r IT 11 i.i m I i lick'l is tin Miiimii; FiltM Filiril (21 Ulis1 71 1 PiicMim) TttVil.t SttftrttciHMliI lain; Ctmn Sltplllli Oillr( If) Itcitsr Fitinl (!5I I. 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David Niven, Peter Sellers. Canucine. color, 2.45. 5:00, 7:15, 9:30 IOEWS Rohin and the Seven Hoods. Frank Sinatra, tVan Mar. tin, color. 11:00. 1 05, 3:15, 5 30. 7:45. 10. MARTIN riNERAM Circus World. John Wavne. Claudia Cardinale. Rita Havorth, color. Todav at 2 00 t 100 p.m MARTIN S RULTO Walt PisneT's The Moon Spinners, Havlry Mills, Eli Wallarh. color. 12:20. 2:40. 5:00. 7 ?0, 9 4u. RHOIiES The I'nsinkaMe Molly Brown. IV-bhie Rrvnolds. Harve Presnell, Ed Bene, color. 2:45, 5 00. 7:20, 9:40. ROXV Island of the Blue tVilphins, Celia Kave, Ceorse Kennedy, color, 1:00. 2:41, 4:22. a: 03, 7:44. 9:U. HIDEAW4.V PLATHOCSE "The Storm Within." film festival. I and 10 p.m. The I'ninhibited Ixrvers. adults only, KIKKHOOD He Gave Me Wttat t Vnnted; Nisht Heaven Fell. HIWAT 12 Tonight for Sure; Naked In the Deep IS FAYETTE Tonight for Sura; Naked in the Deep. Broadview Kiddleland Open daily and nishts includin Sunday; W.-d. all rides 10,-; 2581 Piedmont Road. For birthday reaervf lions, call TR. 2-3M7. Funtown MON. one-prire nlsht. Free Bmra Wed., Movies Thurs . Dance Frl. Lake Spivey Swlmmins: on 1-mile hearh Frontier Town via South Expressway. Stable of the Thoroughbreds Fabulous Automuhile Assembly, 17 North Ave., NE. Wed.-Sun., 11 a.m.. 9 p.m. Stone Mt. Memorial Park SCENIC RAILROAD. Fxcitin 30 min. show trips continuously from 10 30 a m to 5 P m., every day 449-9841. Stone Mtn. Airways Trips to ton of mountain by rsbla car dailv from 10 a m. Stone Mtn. Marina Boat rides, fishing. Mark Twain River boat, daily. Story land VS. 41 f4-lane to Marietta). Opea daily. Birthday reservations. HE. S-7932. Sun Valley Beach Park Simmin. bearti, fishin. picnicking;, scenic train ride, deer ranch, north, of Rnawell. Ga.. on Route 19. Legitimate Theater CHASTAIN AMPHITHEATRE "Gypsy," Jane Morgan, 1:30 p.m. AKHRY-Pressure Point, Sidney Pot-tier; The Siranjsler, All Star Cast. ATLANTIC McHale s Navy. Ernest Borenine, 1 im Conway, color. A VON DALE Viva Las Veaas, FJvia Presley, color, open p.m. DECATl R A Hard Day s Nisht. The BeaUes. 2:15. 4:05, 5 55, 7:45. 9 30. EAST POINT-McHale s Navy. Ernest Borenine. Jean Willes. color. EMORY McHales Navy. Ernest Rorsnine. Jean Willes. color. EMPIRE Lady In A Cane. Olivia de Havilland; Take Her She's Mine. GLEN Viva I -as Vesas, Elvis Presley. AnnMarset, color. GORDON A Hard Day's Night. The Rraties. GROVE ,he Walks By Night, All Star Cast; New Kind of Love, color, HII.AN A Hard Day's Nisht, The Beatles. 2:30. 4:15. 05, 7 55. 9 35. MADISON A Hard Day s Night. The Beatles. PLAZA McHale's Navy. Ernest Borg- nine. 2:40, 4 20, 6. 7 45. 9:25. RITfc Love On A Pillow. Brlgitte Barrtot; Girl Can't Help It. ROYAL Hey There It's Yogi Bear. mlor: Devil Ship Pirates. TECH WOOD McHale's Navy, Ernest Borgnine, color; Charade, color. ALPHARETTA tHIway 19i Captain Newman M.D., Tony Curtis. Angie Dickinson. BANK HEAD A Hard Day's Night. The Beatles; Boy's Night Out, Connie Francis. BOLTON McHale's Navy, Tim Conway; Man's Favorite Sport, Rock Hudson, color. FOREST PARK Hard Days Maht. The Beatles; McLintock, John Wavne, color. FI LTON BLVD. A Hard Day's Night, The Beatles; McLintock, Maureen O'Hara, color. GLEN WOOD A Hard Day's Night, The Beatles; McLintock, John Wavne, color. GWINNETT A Hard Day s Night. The Beatles; Hontenanny Hoot. All Star Cast. LITHIA (Lilhla Springs) A Hard Day's Night, The Beatles; McLintock. John Wavne. MOONLIT iConyersi 55 Days At Peking, Charlton Heston, color. NE EXPRESSWAY Hard Day's Night, The Beatles, McLintock, John Wavne, color. PEACHTREE A Hard Dav's Night, The Beatles; Take Her She's Mine, James Stewart, color. PIEDMONT McHale's Nsvy, Ernest Borgnine; Charade. Cary Grant. Audrey Hepburn. ROOSEVELT A Hard Dav's Nisht, The Beatles; All In A Night's Work. Dean Martin, color. SCOTT A Hard Day's Night. The Beatles; Hootenanny Hoot, All Star Cast ,. EXPRESSWAY McHale's Navy, Joe Flvnn; Man's Favorite Sport. Rock Hudson, color. STEWART McHale's Navv, Ernest Borenine; Charade, Cary Grant. Audrey Hepburn. THt'VDEHBiRD Son of FlnhbT, Fred McMurray, color, 1:10, 11:30; Second Tire Aronnd. In. color. N. STARLIGHT Hard Dav's Night. The Beatles; The Three Stooges In Orhit. 8. STARLIGHT McHale's Navy, Ernest Borgnine: Man's Favorite Sport, Paula Prentiss. Adult Theaters CENTRAL What's I'p Front with AMERICUS, GA. MARTIN Robin and the Sevea) HofKis. Frank Sinatra, color. 81 N-ET DRIVE IN Dr Strang, lpve. Peter Sellers; Bve Bye Birdie, rtiio mai srri, coinr. BARNESVILLE, GA. RIT7 l-adv In A Cage. Olivia rie Havilland: Hud, Paul Newman. BREMEN, GA. BREMEN The Patsy, Jerry Lewl. tna Ralin. CANTON, GA. CANTON From Russia With Lova, Scan Conncry, Lotte Lenya. CALHOUN, GA. MARTIN - Ensign Pulver. Robert Walker. Millie Perkins BEL AIR DRIVE-IN Lady In a Cage. Olivia de Havilland; Party Crashers, Connie Stevens. CARTERSVILLE, GA. GRAND Three Lives of Thoma- sina. Patrick McGoohan, Susan Hampshire. 8TARI.ITE DRIVE-IV I.dy In a Cage. Olivia de Havilland; Party Crashers. Connie Stevens, COCHRAN, GA. VOGIE - Evil of Frsnkensteini Nightmare. CORDELE, GA. CRISP Distant Trumpet. Troy Donahue. Suzanne Pleshette, color. EASTMAN, GA. DODGE Robinson Crusoe on Mara. Stage To Thunder Rock. FITZGERALD, GA. GRAVD r Ncw 'ntcrns, Michael ( ailan. Rarhara Eden. FITGERALD IIRIVE-IN Chris-tine heeler Allan ; Two In a Sleeping Has. GAINESVILLE, GA. LAKE LANIER - What a Way to Go. Shirley MarLaine. SKYVIEW - Viva La Vegas, Ann- Margret, Elvis Presley, color. GREENSBORO, GA. ROXY Evil of Frankenstein: Night- mare. GKIFFIN, GA. IMPERIAL - Pink Panther. David Niven. Peter Sellers. IRIS DRIVE-IN Molesters: Niohl Hesven Fell. HAWKINSVILLE, GA. THOMPSON Country Music Oa Broadway, All Star Cast, MADISON, GA. MADISON The Pa'ay, Jerry Lewia. MARIETTA, GA. COBB Zulu, Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins. STRAND-What A Way To Go. Shir-lev Madeline. Paul Newman. GEORGIA DKIVE-I.N Viva I.SS Vegas, Elvis Presley, Ann Mar-Bret, color. MARTIN DRIVE IN-MrHale s Navy, Ernest Borgnine; A Touch of Mink, Doris Day. MILLEDGEVILLE, GA. CAMPUS Dr. Strangelove, Peter Sellers. SMYRNA, GA. BELMONT HILLS Good Neighbor Sam, Jack Lemmon, Homy Srhnel-dpr. SMYRNA DRIVE IN McHales Navy, Ernet Borgnine; A Touch of Mink, Doris Day, Cary Grant. TIFTON, GA. TIFT Three Lives of Thomasina, Patrick McGoohan, Susan Hampshire. FINE DRIVE IN - Lady In A Cage, Olivia de Havilland; Party Crashers, Connie Stevens. WARNER ROBINS, GA. RAMA Good Neighbor Sam, Jack Lemmon. MAT DRIVE-IN-Flve Weeks In A Balloon, Red Buttons. WINDER, GA. STRAND Tom Jones, Albert Finney. Susannah York, adults. 9 ii'ii'JiJui 'niM'inii'n Floor Shows CLI'B PEACHTREE (Across fratn I view's I r Dining.) Starring Courtney Kye, Russ Bvron, Miguel k Maria, Mary Allgood. Dean Darling, Rikki Jade, Dehra Carroll, Patti Kelly, plus Atlanta Lifts Orchestra. DOMINO (Imperial Hotel-Dancing) Starring the Four Muits. Marlene and Dirk Rrnadwirk, The Tokya Trio and Freddy Azar Quartette. GYPSY ROOM (2 Pine 8I. (TXn-irig.) Continuous floor show, (rom 7:30 p.m. Starring Snonkie DeWiit, Juantia Reed, Mvrna Mason. Paula Fox. Kenny Shame. KABBAH (Arcade of Broadview Shopping Center, 2581 Piedmont Rd. NE) (Dining, dancing.) Featuring The Kentonrs, (rforxe Jackson plavs for cocktail hour, GOLDEN PALM LOI'NGE (Atlanta Americana) Also dining, dancing. Featuring Larry Mack Trio. Bay Tico. Lounges, Entertainment MONTE CARLO LOI'NGE (Riviera Motel) Featuring The Buddy Pello Trio. P!(i ALLEY (t'nder l.eb's) Featuring "The Impacts" plus the Can Can Twisters. PLAYMATE LOI'NGE (120 Pesrh. tree) Featuring Pat Williamson and her guitar. KOCND TABLE LOI'NGE (Hnwell House) The Russell Blake Trio Dancing. THE ID (Dinkier Hotel) Dancing Atlanta's only discotheque. SANS SOl'CI (740 W. Prachtree) Onena 4 p.m. dailv. Bobby Donate Sextette, Jimmy Estea Trio, 1:30 'til closing Dancing. TOP O PEACHTKI E (Rank of Ga. Bids.) Featuring tha Minstrela Three. VINTAGE LOI'NGE (Imperial Cellar Restaurant), H5 Peachtree Featuring The Tokye Trio. ZEHRA l.OlM.F. (New Location) Featuring Norm Dygon and Mr. Chi ns. musical and comedy team, piano and song. Use Journal-Constitution Want Ads

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