The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 6, 1969 · Page 7
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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, June 6, 1969
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j »b* ••glaum »»m Friday, June 6, 1969 fer^." » ' • j ^>^^. '*.'i- v ' • - 6r ^ •; : --'. CREW MEMBERS of "The Moon Is Blue" an; hard at work on scenery for the Buylown Little Theater production. Working are Aggie Scligman, assistant director; Barbara Plank and Mike Foster, props; and Don Riddick, director. 'Hie comedy will run June 20, 21, 2S, 27 and 28 at BI/T. Baytown Little Theater Tries To Prove The Moon Is Blue' Despite reports from recent Apollo flights, "the moon is blue." That's what Don Kiddick, director of "The Moon Is Blue," the play scheduled to open the ninth season at the Baytown Little Theater, says. Assistant director Aggie Seligrnan along with play characters, Philip Whitman, Elaine Smith, Tony Schillaci and Pat Huyle are doing their best to help Uicldick prove it. Written by F. Hugh Herbert, the play was first produced and directed by Otto Preminger at the Henry Miller Theatre in March l'J51 in New York with Barbara Bel Geddes and Barry Nelson in the lead roles. Production manager W. A. Scott announced the following staff: Drew Scott, house manager; Babs Smith, programs; Claudia Gallatin and Lajuana Turner, posters; Dorothy LefkoviLs, distribution of posters; Anna Haley, box office; Henry Moody, David Lofkovils and Roy Holzhauser, set construction; Jessie Foster, Sue Hulbig, Florence Schillaci and Carol Young, set decoration; Gerri Pfeiffer, Nancy Neavel, Patti Manual, Mike Foster, Joy Duncan, Barbara Plank and Peggy Smith, properties; Phillis Dignam, Merle Kuyle and Mary Ann Hastings, makeup; Gladys •Strahan and Ho Hol/hauser, wardrobe; Gordon Gallalin and Bill Foster, lights; Hugh Pfeiffer and Terri Bennett, sound. Performances will be at 8:30 p.m. June 20, 21, 20, 27 and 28. Tickets are $2. For reservations, call 'I2-1-7GI7 between 2 and 5 p.m. beginning June Hi. LIBRARY: LINES I5y AUOKKV MAESEK Uirectrjr of Header Services Sterling Municipal Library A library book that will be welcomed by mothers and teenagers' is titled "The Seventeen Cookbook" by the Editors of Seventeen Magazine. The edilors are realistic and begin the book with a section IN ASTROHALL KCXT TO THf ASTRODOME*^ ALL SEATS RESERVED $3 and $x THE GREATEST SHOW SEE; SEE/ SEE/ THE MOST EXCITING GATHERING OF INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED CIRCUS PERFORMERS IN THE 99 YEAR HISTORY OF THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTHIS See th« wnrld's greatest jiger-trainer control the largest collection of snarling tigers in the world today! Set the 'Aorldlamous horseback-riding tiger, the international circus sensation! See two of the world's most daring high-wire performers! See the awesome somersaulting ol high-Hying trapeze artists! See three rings of anstocralic perlorrning horses, dancing in precision perfection! See hundreds of jugglers, wirewalVers, acrobats, tumblers, teeterboard stars, unicyclists, trapeze stars . . . the greatest collection of circus stars in history. *SIDE SHOW* Adults 50c • Children 25c MENAGERIE FREE WITH CIRCUS TICKET! * 2O ACTS * NEVER + BEFORE * SEEN IN J ^AMERICA!* WHItE YOU'RE IN ASTRODOMAIN BE SURE TO SEE ASTROS 1ASEBAU IN THE ASrROOOM[ AND Astroworld Till Wondrirul of runl BOX OFFICES NOW OPEN AT: ASTRODOME, ALL 5 FOLEY'S STORES HOUSTON BANK A TRUST CO. RICE 8, SHERATON HOTELS TEXAS INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES, INC. FOR CHOICE TICKETS—ORDER BY MAIL NOW! Rrngling Bros. Circut Astrodome P. O. Box 1E91 Houston, Tens 77001 DON'T SEND CASH Make checks piyiblt to Rinflini Bros, Circus H«m !••< mt tickiti In . *»• r.M. a ': .Adult Tickets @ .Child Ticfcets @ .per ticket = »_ .per ticket— $_ Total amount of Check or Money Order. NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE AND ZIP named "The Beginner's Cook- Book." Words of encouragement are followed by sound advice. A list of kitchen do's and don'ts establishes an orderly approach to cooking. The authors follow with explicit instructions on using pots and pans, kitchen knives and small appliances. Nothing is take;i for granted. The beginners instructions lull her how to boil water! However, Hie beginner graduates to cooking three complete dinners and has recipes, shopping guides and timing schedules to help her. .Section two is titled "The Day- by-Day Cookbook." Numerous good recipes are listed for main dishes, vegetable, salads and desserts. The chapter on "Added Touches" will appeal to cooks of all ages. I'm anxious to try Zombie Bread, Scallion Rolls, and Herb Crescents. The editors leave the best until last and this is the section titled "The Party Cookbook." Complete parties are planned and recipes given for breakfasts, brunches, picnics and buffets. The ideas presented are specific and suitable for each special event. Suggestions are given for the party theme, issuing invitations and decorating the premises. The recipes in this section are festive and inviting. Any girl will understand ' the long list of "reasons lo give a party" and will agree with the conclusion that you should give a party to have fun. But, after all, who needs a reason? Comic Ballet Scheduled For Opening On Friday Dancing in Victorian costumes against a gay nautical setting, students from the Baytown and Texas City Academies of Dance Arts will present the opening performance of the Gilbert and Sullivan comic ballet, "Pineapple Poll," at 8 p.m. Friday at Baytown Little Theater. Other performances will be at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, and yt 3 p.m. Sunday. Admission will be $1. Reservations may be made by calling «4-595€. Teresa Perret will dance the leading role as Poll. Other principal dancers will be Shirley Virette as Blanche, Thomas Alley Slates Drama Giroir as Captain Belaye, and Chris Benton as Jasper. Louise Nichols will dance the comedy role of Miss Dimple. The production is choreographed and directed by Vivian Guiles. Other theater staff members are Janice Hoffman, assistant to the director; Jean Richardson, pantomime staging; Louise Williams, costume-design; Stella 1-arpenteur, Irma Woods and mothers, costume execution; Wanda Brown, production manager; Bill Mtu>n, house manager; Merle mid Pat I'.uyle, make-up; Jim Kiehartlson, lights; Susan Hodges, set -siyn; Doroihv Ware, Susan Hodges and volunteers, set execution; Susan Hodges, program covers; Sammie Smith, publicity posters; Anna Haley, Pat Kelley, Nettie Busby, Mary Huth Vaught and Betty Zinn, box office; June Foster, backstage co-ordinator; Babs King, refreshments; Margaret Morris, chief of ushers. Before the main production, beginning and intermediate ballet students will be featured in a series of brief divertissements. Wearing colorful Spanish costumes of satin, velvet, and sequin-trimmed net, the young students will perform to music of Bizet's "Carmen" suite. "All the Way Home," the final play of the Alley Theatre's inaugural season, will open Jure \'i on the large stage. Lillian Evans will star and William Hardy will direct the Pulitzer Prize winner. Also in the cast are Hardy, Rodger Cook, Kendall Clark. Anthony Palmer, Nancy Evans I^eonard, Dale Helward, John] Wylie and Bettye Fitzpatrick. "Light Up the Sky," the show; business comedy by Moss Hart, is the Final week and will close with two performances at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Current Alley charter subscribers have until Sunday to retain their priority for the "Bright Season." After the deadline, the Alley will assign available locations to new subscribers. Tickets for "All the Way Home" and "Light Up the Sky," as well us subscription information, is available from the Alley Thetre box office at JA 21045. Workshop Set For Children The Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston will hold a summer workshop beginning Tuesday for six weeks at the Burke Road Church of Christ in Pasadena. A discovery workshop on Tuesdays will be offered for children from 4 to 11-years-old. The classes will explore line, shape, color and texture in a variety of media. The journey into space workshop on Thursdays will include children from 7 to 14 years-old. The study will be with experimental sculpture. For more information call the Contemporary Arts Museum at 74a-lGBO or the Burke Road Church of Christ at 944-9030. BONE ARTIST CANON CITY, Colo. (AP) Wayne K. Patterson, warden of the Colorado Penitentiary, uses acrylic paints to turn bleached bones of animals into cartoon figures. Patterson said he and his wife, Mary, were hunting arrowheads one day and he sat down to take a breather "when this old while bone caught my eye and started staring back." Focus On E n ter tainment CUNT EASTWOOD and Richard Burton, aided by Mary Ure in their access to a Nail-held castle-fortress, disguise themselves as German officers as part of their perilous mission to rescue an Allied general In MCM's "Where Eagles Dare." Ttie explosive drama continues through Tuesday at the Branson Theater. Filmed from a story and screenplay by AlisUir MacLean, the movk was photographed ou locations in the Austrian Alps. Hie movie Is suggested for mature audience. 1 !. 'SAILOR" WRAPS MISS DtMPUE IN UNION JACK Cheryl Tromblee and Louise Nichols DIVERTISSEMENTS WILL PRECEDE "POLL" Dorothy Girardeau, Becky Tickner and Julie Currie Funny Thing . . . Features Comedians By MARTHA ANN HEMPHILL A funny thing happened at Houston Music Theater on the opening night of their summer musical season. They had a good crowd, well- known actors including George Gobel, Regis Philbin, Uenny Youngman and Dagmar; lots of brilliant costumes, up beat music and chase scenes. But it seemed as if we were Library Best Sellers The New York Times' Weekly Best Seller List includes the following titles which are available at Sterling Municipal Library. Phone 427-7331 if you wish to reserve these books. Portnoy's Complaint. Roth The Godfather. Puzo The Love Machine. Susann Slaughterhouse - Five. Vonue- gut The Salzburg Connection. Machines Except For Me And Thee. West The Vines of Yarrabee. Eden Airport. Hailey Bullet Park. Cheever Ernest Hemingway. Baker The 900 Days. Salisbury Miss Craig's 21-Day Shape-up Program For Men and Women. Craig The Money Game. "Adam Smith" Between Parent 4 Teenager. Gtaott The Arms of Krupp. Manchester The Trouble With lawyers. Bloom watching it in slow motion; hearing it out of tune and wondering just what the "funny thing" was supposed to be. Gobel, who tosses one-lines or stories easily, is worth seeing; Philbin will draw a crowd from liis association with Joey Bishop and the dancing slave girls might interest some. The thread of the story revolves around Philbin's love for Philia and the problems they face in being together. Gobel's problem is seeking his freedom from slavery during the height of Roman rule. Ben Lessy, as Senex a citizen of Rome, and Ed Wetzel, Hysterium the slave, are un- doubtably the funniest characters in the plot. Dagmar has a great deal of fun from her role and Henny Youngman seems to feel it necessary to keep his trousers on untler his toga. None of the songs ever got off the ground on the hit parade of music except "Everybody Ought To Have A Maid" with choruses by Lessy, Gobel, Wetzel and Youngman. The footwork and theatrics made it a laugh or two through each ver^e. Oliver Cliff strides on as a warrior in full regalia, loudly acclaiming his talents and looks, with enough bravado to fill the stage where others fail. He is also director. Next on the boards is-Ritaj Moreno, Johnathan Harris and) Gary Collins who open in at special version of "Damn Yankees" titled, for Houston,] anyway, "Damn Cardinals." Boytown's Leading Restaurants fnvife you To Treat f he Family To The Fun And Pleasure Of Eating Out In Bay town... Why Not Enjoy The Finest In Dining At Newby's? If your favorite dish con be round in a steak menu then Newby's Restaurunt can surely please you with one of its delightfully prepared dish- Do you get particular delight from slicing into a thick, heavy-beef steak to find a slightly pink center? if ao, you know that when a chef can prepare a ateak like that thnn lh« food must be the •best. OnJy the finest quality cuts of beef are used at Newby's to bring the customer to realize what fine beef can really be. Using only U.S. Choice Beef, grain fed and shipped from Kansas City directly to Newby's, each steak is specially prepared in a unique broiler where the customer may watch his meal being prepared. Specialties offered in t h e elegantly furnished dining room include South African Lobster, jumbo fried frog legs, Lobster Danish, fillet mignon and all heavy beef steaks. The restaurant is in two parts; a main dining room serves finest foods in restaurant style, the self service dining room offers fine food in barbecue beef, links, ribs and ham with ail the trimmings A third part of the Newby complex is the Crown Club which features the refined atmosphere of a private club so members may dine and enjoy live entertainment. All parts of the complex offer a complete list of choice wines served with dinner. Newby's Is equipped to handle banquets and wi]J have enlarged facilities by Christmas. Open from U a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from u a.m. to 11 P.m. Friday and Saturday, closed Sunday, Newby's offers its customers the finest In dining through fine food, fine service and fino atmosphere. 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