The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on October 3, 1962 · 17
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The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia · 17

Atlanta, Georgia
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Wednesday, October 3, 1962
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2 Die as Car Hams Inlo Tree Two persons were killed Tues-'day near Rome, Ga,, when a car sped across a roadway and into a tree. a ' The victims were identified as, .Robert Hicks of Smyrna, and j 'Stanley Biggs of Tampa, Fla. : M -THIRD LZA ! . !DMSflinLi:r. S i rif I i ir i THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, Veddr, ' Oeu .V, MM J 7 1111 11 nn toffs RESTAURANT 1139 PE ACHTREE ST., N.E. TR. 2-9193 FREE PARKING if- I i- : - - Glass Menagerie' a Near-Perfect Job For Theatre Atlanta First-Nighters Staff Photo Dwigtit Hots Jr. NEWSBOY I LU'S" AIIMY UIXOXDO EXPERT AT l-'AIK Gerald McMulleii, ThomasvUle. Throws Sgt. F. D. Smith as Slade Moore, Bainbridge? Tommy Griffin, Albany, and Richard Neville, Statesboro, Look On A MAGSET 'Grimm' Is True Cinemagic Bv JOANNE CRAWFORD ..n-u ,. , ft v.. 1 . ,. ' proauction 01 tne season, lennes- daughter who was so shy she The Wonderful World of the; gee Williams' "The Glass Menag- broke down when she had to meet Brothers Grimm is a magnet to j erie. her date She 0UgM t0 tone down the senses. Thg (jesen.e(j a packed j her mannerisms as a pathetic, Showed at a preview Tuesday 1 auditorium. fragile thing just a bit. in the debuting Martin Cinerama ; a Jb u , the mant husband whose ,"rU . u.idrama-not as delicate as its j picture hung on the wall, played technical skill and precision. title mifeht indicate. In this Metro-Goldwyn Maver-! "The Glass Menagerie." first George Pal production, the imagi-1 P"t on in Chicago in 1944, catenation of man was elorified bv ' Pulted playwright Williams into the knowledge of man. i the Public ee- By JOHN HERITAGE overenthusiastic "pompous opti-Opening night at the Community mist" who tries too hard. Playhouse saw a good crowd at- jean Schotterlein had a hard tend the Theatre Atlanta's first ; time hittins the risht note as the Glass Menagerie through Oct. 6. will run A team of horses thunders across the 100-foot-wide screen a fine part too hanging deviously in everyone's thoughts. The play is packed with humor and the players brought it out excellently. It has nnlv five rh.iraplpra-a 01 l ie irresolvable ' neurotic, yet loving mother: a dis-S situation of a spinster daughter' and spectators" toes inch back-! satisfied dreaming son; a shy Is 11 11 uul u.,e wu' uuw'lM " ward, fearful that a stray hoof j daughter with a temperament as ; g'fs menagene m.ght be brought might fall by mistake. A whistle fragile as her little glass animals; mofe siroa$y t with fewer, pierces the ear like a dagger. a gentleman caller, pomiwus w ith 01 amancs-and as a crow flies by, the flap of optimism, and a runaway husband. - . . ,, 1 its wing is so caught up by the! who is represented only by his Jjtl i 11 ' J? ,lh. ! , 11 . ,,. , :, 11 me uasit Miuciuie m miiiaius 11 CAiPET 300 Newspaper Boys Have Their Day at ' niimJ hi stereophonic sound that eyes blink to keep the feathers away. Fog passes the dancing princes and the woodsman: suddenly your arm feels damp. Oscar Homulka as a grumpy duke shouts so brutally in your face you're as irritated as the actors he's railing. Laurence Harvey and Yvette Mimieux turn in superb performances. grinning picture on the wall. Fances O'Neal Mansfield turned in a faultless performance as the mother. Her humor and vivacity caught up the audience the moment she stepped on the stage. Louis Fox, playing the son, was i 3 excellent when he was acting, and sickening sweet when he stepped out of the 'room' to narrate. Congratulations AND SUCCESS MARTIN'S CINERAMA We ore proud to have furnished lighting fixtures ATLANTA LIGHTING FIXTURE 340 WEST PE ACHTREE ST. JA. 5-5648 play. WANT ADS PAY OFF Harold Hall, the gentleman T,ov dourls and a few (irons of rain were not enough to dampen the enthusiasm of some 300 newspaper bo'S Tie screen, the largest south of j caller, played his difficult part so from all over Georgia who visited the Southeastern Fair S ew rk- is divided into three wej that sweat ,.0ne(i cown his T , ; parts. Occasionally a picture dis-, fa(.ea necessary reaction of an , tive senior citizens: Mr. and Mrs. 1 minimi m t ijMjuijLMLLii jjjlljj j MM .1 iiAimiiiliftW ' WalS-c;o-WalS Installed On Rubber Cushion '--DUPONT NYLON ; Thej- were winners of carrier Rayniond tiee ot Hawkinsville, contests sponsored by The Atlanta ! married lis years, as the oldest Constitution and The Atlanta Jour- married couple nal. The hovs and their supervisors ! " ef.ibit for Senior Citizens uit ,.i tj. i at the fair were the Sunshine tortion is noticed at the division Extra eyes and ears to see and hear all would be convenient during action scenes, such as the one of the dancing, fiddling gypsies Clubs which won most points j who seem to whirl, larger than life, out into the audience. Opening night showing for the public Club, Grace Methodist Church: Golden Age Club, Ben Hill Methodist. Church, and Golden Age Club, Martha Brown Methodist Church. Cards Are Right; Site's Arrested $9.95 retail value NOTHING ELSE TO BUY TEN-YEAR WEAR toured the plant that publishes their product, then went out to the fair for a full afternoon and night of fun and rides. They stayed through the fireworks display and came back to spend the night in a downtown motel. j The boys were given special I show s by the Army Recondo team unit thr Hut Kod-Ciistnm Show. I COLUMBUS, Ohio UP1 Claudia I After the shows they hit the mid-' Simcox. 61-year-old reader and I way. with free tickets for rides. 1 adviser, told a woman client the f ! j , , .. , ! cards rexealed she would be good I Tuesdav was also Senior Citizens ; ! Day at the fair. Four persons ! at Ptice work- j were honored at the fair program The cards were right, for the older citizens. They were! ,. . .... ... Mrs. A. H. Strickland, 1)2, 136; "''?'" uu.c, -i Mobile Ave.. Atlanta, and R. O. j rested the reader on a charge of Crouch, 92, Griffin, as oldest ac-j illegal practice of clairvoyancy. is at 8 p.m. Wednesday. CONGRATULATIONS Martin Cinerama Theatre From William! Contractor!, Inc. Painting Contractor 5620 New P chtree. Chamblee. Ga. 457-5233 Moth proof Ten colors Will not show foot marks e Soil resistant 12 or 15-ft. widths Mildew proof food spills, soil, etc., easily removed with damp sponge. National Name Brand No down payment Carpet Installed Now Make First Payment in NOVEMBER Offer Limited First coll first served basis while stock lasts, if your home is in Georgia. CALL COLLECT CE. 7-6385 For Free Estimate Mill rcpresentotive will come to your home, show somples, ossist in color selection and give complete estimate without obligation. Or Mail Coupon Below Congratulations From LEVIN NEON CO., Inc. 841 Memorial Dr., S.E. JA. 3-1533 CONGRATULATIONS . . TO ; MARTIN CINERAMA THEATRE ALL Structural Steel Erection BY SUPERIOR RIGGING & ERECTING CO. 880 Confederote Ave., S.E. MA. 7-2441 onaraiiiiauoiu a on the Opening of the Martin Cinerama Theatre It Was Our Privilege To Install the HEATING AIR CONDITIONING VENTILATING PLUMBING in Atlanta's Newest Theatre ff& 1 AND COMPANY 1434 Mayson St., N.E. Atlanta 9, Ga. Phone TR. 5-0408 JiriiiTii 111 1 iiiimii 1 Tim 1 1 mm 1 iTTm in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IF YOU THINK THIS PICTURE IS ONLY FOR CHILDREN, YOU'RE MAKING THE BIGGEST ENTERTAINMENT MISTAKE OF YOUR LIFE. IT'S FOR EVERY AGE AND THE MOST WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE YOU WILL EVER HAVE IN A THEATRE. Congra tu la Hons WE ARE PROUD: to have taken part in the construction of your new theater building TRI-STATE STEEL PRODUCTS -Steel When You W ant It" 1195 VICTORY DRIVE, 5.W. Phone 753-2103 i - Hl JLi rONIGHT At 8:00 P. METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER and CINERAMA Present the first full-length dramatic story in M - ' Ml (Q It Puts You In The Picture! CARPET AND RUG MILLS, INC. CHATSWORTH, GA. Please hove Mill Representative coll ot my home and give me an estimate for woll-to-wall carpet without cbligaticn. Congratulations! MARTIN CINERAMA Name. Address. Cify-i .Phone. State- 0 The Comfortable Seats and Fine Carpets Supplied by WIL-KIN, INC. 301 NORTH AVE. TR. 6-0347 "Everything for Theatre Except Film" THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM marks a new breakthrough in the annals of entertainment. A truly exciting event, this premiere showing inaugurates the magnificent new MARTIN CINERAMA THEATRE In siuht and sound, size and beauty, this is the most thrilling of motion picture experiences. The new Super-Cinerama screen reaches as far as the ee can sec. the new Super-Cinerama sound is the utmost in stereophonic fidelity. 1 he result is a miracle procesN that literal!) wraps the world around uir theatre seat. THE WONDERKT. WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM tells of the two famous and beloved authors whose lives were as fascinating as the stories they wrote. tVID P. HARMON -CHARLES Bt'JW0NTrIU1M ROBERTS The advance acclaim by critics who we- invited to see "THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM" recently at a special "sneak' preview was extraordinary. Here are lust a fev encerpts: The Memphis Press Scirmtaf says "A oy! Cinerama can tell a story!" Cleveland P'esi ag'ees "Storj. action, color and sound are so alive, you are entranced'" Chicago American rescti "Completely en chanting ..irresistible entertainment!' Vdf.ety aJds "A trail blaer! Delightful, refreshing, enchanting And Hotly-Otieti Npa wms it up "A wondrous musical" CINERAMA PARKING For the South' Most Beautiful Theatre 35 FIRST n NATIONAL u BANK PARKING GARAGE. Enter From North Ave. or Ponce de Leon fa N h ( 1 '"" Filmed inglorious Technicolor in Bavaria and the Rhineland amid the scenes that inspired them. YOU share the romance and adventure with such reat stars as Laurence llancv ...Claire Bloom... Karl Boehm... Walter Sleak... Oscar Homolka... Barbara I den . . . V cite Mimieux . . . Russ Tamblyn, plus the great comedy talent-of . I nn Backus. Beu!af Bondi, 1 Buddy Hacked... all to the lilting music of Boh Merrill in a theatre especial!) designed to surround VOL' with the wonders created by producer George Pa! and director Henry Levin. Yes. ufmdertul is the word for THE W ONDERFUL WORLD OF " THE BROTHERS GRIMM! GECutPl- (CINERAMA - Rsrrd SmU .ailablr if H Perfrmame. st Btm OHict r kv Moil. SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES AND PRICES . K LMM.s .1 jw. I'M -. u: ihru "I: 'ir.. i: : tUk'.4iy i.rj 11 sr. fr '..mi.v ' -J Ui-ii-!i s rf.f. Ha -..1 -.i"l. MM IM I" l i.'ui V M 1 W- ii?-j iin-iif-'i'. 1 Tj. Bii:n!!v ' ".. S.'... . "t .i s OMrfsir B.i.un. Ii :5. -all pncti include tax I CHICKS C ONf ORO PBa TO: i Martin Cinerama Theatre 583 Peachtree St. Atlonta, Ga. fejie e-U '..-eit' ULTtSNt-rC CHOICE T f o' . -. r . t t ( rck&d is mf ct. or rO'ei o J.r lor S Ntvr City. .cost. .StTE. ; euSt ttaOit wi:Cl SS ilt3l lUt SO!it ii.SH .

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