Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 27, 1963 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

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Newman as 'Hud' at State for Four Days One of Hollywood's most powerful dramas, "Hud" will be shown at the State Theater Sunday through Wednesday. Paul Newman portrays "Hud", the know-it-all son of a Texas cattle rancher. Patricia Neal plays the rol e of the' housekeeper, disillusioned from her past experiences. Mclvyn Douglas porf.ray s Homer Bannon the cattle baron. Douglas is the patriarch, a man of honor, who regards his vast lands as a heritage to be cher- ished. Newman Is his elder son, an unprincipled, arrogant, sagebrush type hustler wfw sncer s at his father's ideals and is out only for what he can get for himself. Conflicts are constant between father and son as the dreaded hoof-and-mouth disease hits the cattle. Drawn into the bitterness are two other members of the Bannon household, Hud's young newphew, who is caught between love and respect for his grandfather and youthful admiration Spectacular Fire NowUnderControl PITTBURGH (AP) — A spectacular fire at a chemical plant in a sprawling complex of chemical and gasoline manufacturing and storage firms on suburban Neville Island was brought tinder control today after six hours. Fire fighting officials said the blaze at the Neville Chemical Co., on an isle in the Ohio River about five miles from downtown Pittsburgh, was no longer dangerous. "The fire will continue for several hours but we feel it i s now under control," said David Balsley, deputy fire marshal for Allegheny County. "The danger of explosions has apparently past." There were no serious injuries reported, although one worker suffered flash burns of the face when the blaz e erupted at around 3 a.m. At feast five of the 200 firemen battling the fire were treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation. Fourteen other employe^ working at th c 10-acre site on the midnight shift apparently escaped injury. H. J. Shear, manager of the plant, estimated damages at about a half million dollars. Officials blamed the fire on an overheated resin tank. "They (workers) wer e trying to agitate a kettle when it flashed," Shear said. "The flame leaped to a warehouse which fed it with chemical and it was soon out of control." Resin is a cold tar derivative used for the manufacture of floor tile, paint and taring. Minor explosions from various chemicals fanned the fire in its infancy. Flames shot hundreds of feet into thc air and thick, acrid smoke engulfed th e area. for his swaggering uncle; and tho housekeeper. Movie reviews over th c nation have listed Newman s performance as the hard-drinking, •woman-chasing, completely unscrupulous Hud, as "great"' and "sensational". Welt Disney's "Summer Magic," will bo shown at the State Thursday through Saturday. It stars Hayley Mills, Burl Ives, Dorothy McGuire and Deborah Walley in the technicolor feature. It's based on the lovable ragtime era with thc story centered around the Carey family who are faced with losing everything including their big Boston home. Friday's summer vacation movie will b e "Tank Force." Show time is 2 p.m. The lusty, action-packed western. "The Comancheros" will be shown at thc Garden Drive In Sunday through Tuesday. ' Starring will be John Wayne, Stuart Whitman, Ina Balin, Ne- Movie Calendar 8TATK T1IKATKR "HUD" Sunday through Wednesday. "SUMMER MAGIC" — Thursday through Saturday. "TANK FORCE" — Friday at 2 p.m. only. flABUF.N DB1VK IN "THE COMANCHMUOS" — Sunday through Tuesday. "IT'S ONLY MONEY" ami "PLEASURE OF IFIS COMPANY" — Wednesday through Friday. "OIANT" and "SAYONAUA" — Saturday only. /*" "I It" I t Civil Rights Meeting Today TOPEKA (AP)—Persons attending the first Kansas Civil Rights Convention today hoped to learn how several of their congressmen feel about civil rights legislation pending in Congress. About 500 persons from all over the state were expected. Sen. Frank Carlson and Heps. Garner Shrivcr, William Avery and Robert I>ole planned to be present. Samuel Jackson, president of the Topeka branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said Carlson will be asked whether he would vote for. cloture to stop a filibuster if Southern senator,, try to talk the legislation to death. As a member of thc House Rules Committee. Avery will be asked whether he would try to stop an expected attempt to table the bill, Jackson said. Shriver and Dole will be asked if they would support action to pet the hill out of the rules committee if it is bottled up there. Following the session at Municipal Auditorium, the convention group planned to march to the Statehouse for a half-hour pra'yer vigil on the east steps. Gov. John Anderson was exoect- v ed to address them at the State house. Minister, Wife Killed Near Hutchinson HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — The Rev. John Zimmerman, 01, of Burr Oak, Kan., and his wife, Loretta, 52, w-ere killed in a col-' lision between their car and a 30- ton truck Friday night. Their daughter, Ruth, 17, was injured severely and was reported in poor condition at a Hutchinson hospital. The crash was at an intersection of Kansas 61 about 10 miles southwest of fjutchinson. Thc truck driver was not hurt THIS MOVIE IS WELL MADE . . . WELL ACTED . . . VERY ENGROSSING AND EXCITING But Is Only For The Mature of Mind Chuck Recs PAUL NEWMAN THE MAN WITH THE BARBED WIRESOULI deWDE PANAVISK)N r KBIT, ma RWETCH • KBIT- WBWICH «. HARRIET FRANK < • HKiaa« E*O BERNSTEIN' « PARAMOUNT RELEASE PLEASE NOTICE! THIS ONE- IS HOT FOR THE KIDDIES — YOU SEE IT FIRST THEN DECIDE FOR noninnw luinuwn YOUR CHILD STARTS SUNDAY! Continuous Shows Sunday StorHng 2:00 p.m. Feature Times 2:15—4:30—4:50—9:10 HURRY! ENDS TONIGHT If s-fllood Chlllin' Suspense "THC DAY OF THE TRIFRDS" With Howard Keel STARTS THURSDAY! It's A Hip-Hep Happy Ball With Hayley — You Will Be In A Whiriin' Fun —• — —• waitDiSNey^' piesertj TECHNICOLOR* C£ . OIW *«U tot*t f«**»«<4 hcmiah Pcrsoff, Lee Marvin, Michael Ansora and Pat Wayne. In the movie, Wayne portrays tho hardboilcd Captain of Texas Ranger:, who leads a squad of men into thc camp of the ma- raud'ng Comauchc Indians. Showing Wednesday through Friday will b c "It's Only Money" and "Thc Pleasure of His Company." "It's Only Money" stars Jerry Lewis In the usual riot-filled comedy. "The Pleasure of Ills Company" stars Fred Aslaire, Debbie Reynolds, LHIl Palmer, Tab Hunter, Gary Merrill, Charlie Ituggles and Harold Fong, A bl« *>ub|«.b!l| Is slated for Saturday only. Showing will be Page 9 I'lty T Sotwrday, Jtty 27, T963 __ "Giant" and "Snyonnrn." 1 Giant" Is the story of Texas and its people. Starring arc KM/.- abctii Taylor as tho boautlful yiiiiDj glr| who marries Rock Hudson, ruler of n vnst Texas empire, James Dcnn Is the ambitious ranch hand. Co-stars Include Jane Withers, Chill Wills, Mercedes McCambrldue, H o d Taylor nnd Earl Hollimnn. Marlon Brando, Jaiuc N Garner, Rteurlu) Montalbnn, Mnflha Scolt and Miyoshi Umekl star in tho beautiful love story, "Sayonnra.' 1 MAKE IT A MERRY CHRISTMAS In JULY We're not klddlnqS - - Wo Can't Wait until that December Date . • • to Present Our CHRISTMAS PROGRAM AS THE WEATHER WON'T PERMIT SO - - WE'RE HAVING OUR CHRISTMAS PARTY FREE CANDY — FREE BALLOONS FOR THE KIDDIES See Santa At The Playground From 7:15 to 8:15 P.M ON OUR SCREEN! — TWO BIG HITS HCCHTANO lANCASTEt pietfnt 1UM """ TONY LANCASTER CURTIS ClNBMASeOPE: Color by O.lux Ulluitd thru UnlM fttotl Plus BONUS OWL SHOW RIP-ROARING ACTION RECKLESS ADVEHJURERS CLASHING IH A KINGDOM OF KILLERS! coion by oe tuxe CIN«IM».«COPS «Ml«iln« STUAItt INA Product^ fay Dirttctod by 8cr«*npfty by GEORGE SHERMAN • UCHAEL CURIIZ • JAMES mm GUMI * GUtHUFFAKB iGAIHNEN; STARTS SUNDAY! Box Office Opens 7:15 — Show Start* 8:15

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