Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 31, 1968 · Page 29
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Merer) 51, 1*6* 6ft6WNW66ft Life Undaunted SIX OP THE TEN—Oscar nominees fer best attor and best actress are 4«en here in scenes from the films nominated for best picture of the year according to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. From the left at the top are Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft in "The Graduate;" Faye Dunaway and Warren Beafty in "Bonnie and Clyde;" and Rex Harrison in "Dr. Dolittle." Same order at the bottom are Katharine Hepburn, Katharine Houghton and Sidney Poitier in "Guess Who's Com- !ng to Dinner" and "In the Heat of the Night," with Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger, Nominated for the best actress Oscars are Miss Bennett, Miss Dunaway, Miss Hepburn, Dame Edith Evans in "The Whisperers" and Audrey Hepburn in "Wait Until Dark." Best actor nominees are Hoffman, Beatty, Steiger, Spencer Tracy in "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," and Paul Newman in "Cool Hand Luke." The awards presentation will be made April 8. ivin By GENE HANDSAKER Associated t>rfcss Writer APPLE VALLEY. Calif. CAP) — As the desert's crook-armed Joshua trees cnit carry-morning shadows, a beige Lincoln Continental drives away from a five- bedroom adobe house. | At the wheel, starting another busy day in wha* was supposed ' to be partial retirement, sits a man of modest manner and sev- • era] sides. \ Actor . . . singer . . . i i n n keeper . . . investor . . . America's Outstanding Indian' of 1967 . . . big-game hunter . . . | race-horse trainer . . . and popti-' lar spokesman for his Christian ' faith. He's Hoy Rogers, ex-; "King of the Cowboys" in mov-> ics and television. j Unchanged at 5(5 j At 56 he looks much as he did ' from 1943 through 1954 when he was No, 1 at the bo.xoffice i among western stars. Brown-: i haired, with blue eyes twinkling ! i through crinkly slits, he fits ! neatly the cowboy clothes he ; ! still wears. j Three years ago Rogers and ; coslar Dale Evans, his wife of 20 years, moved to this mountain-rimmed valley 100 miles cast of Hollywood. There had been some lough personal blows. Death took three of the nine children they acquired through adoption and two marriages each. In 1958 Roy got a ' earl-artery constriction he has learned to live with. Their plan here, says Dale, was "semi-retirement. But it seems we're busier than we've gious talk somewhere. been in years." ! She, too, looks about the Roy explains: "You get ner-jsame: blonde, green-eyed, cool votis sittin' around with nothin' and trim in a Western-cut blue to do. 1 don't think people were wool suit, with creamy Stetson. meant to retire unless they're j She's a year younger than Roy, hurtin' someplace." but both could pass for a decade Horses First younger than their real ages. His first stop on an average!' Does she miss Hollywood? morning now is at his horse Always Busy Recital Slated For David Lowe farm. "We're so busy I don't have Next he drives to his museum.! time to miss anything," said an 18.000-square-fool building Dale. "Hie books and speaking xvilh stockade exterior and t.'.S. appearances have taken up the and California flags flapping slack for me." from roofpolcs. > They make recordings, do Inside, attractively displayed,; four or five TV specials or guest are a lifetime's collection of j appearances a year and in July thousands of trophies, treasures j will perform for two weeks in a and trifles. JReno night club. Some f.5,000 visitors have gone ; From family photos to Roy's through the museum since Roy j first cowboy boots, bronzed, the opened it last June. He mingles I museum chronicles their lives, with them, signing autograph •• One plaque, from the Ameri- books and answering questions j can Indian Exporiiioi, Anadar- as out-of-lowncrs snap pictures; ko, Okla., honors him as for the folks back home. j "America's outstanding Indian Roy and Dale haven't per- i citizen of 1907." formed regularly since they fin-1 Roy, born Leonard Slye in ished thdr 101 singing shoot-1 Cincinnati, said he's "about cm-ups for television in 1956. j one-thirly-second Choctaw" and But. they do TV specials and 'he j otherwise German, Scottish and scries is still showing in many j Irish. areas, providing fresh crops of young fans. Flcads Letters Dale was born Frances Octa- vla Smith in Uveldc, Tex., and there are photos of her as a In his knotty-pine office hejyoung radio and band singer, reads letters and telegrams and i There are mothcr-of-the-year dictates replies to a secretary, j awards. Next he visits the 101-unit Inn he I One display combines sym- leased in 19G4 at $2 million for j bols of Protestant, Roman Catll- 25 years. He's in and out of both | olic faiths. places most of the day. Dale, meanwhile, is working on her ninth Inspirational book —unless she's off giving a reli- "P. J.", Bowie, Sunday, through Tuesday. D e c i d e 1 y | down on his luck, private eye i P.J. accepts a job offered by j a sinister tycoon as a bodyguard for his seductive mistress, whose life is being mysteriously threatened. Apparently to insure t h e safety of his light-of-love, the big boss takes her, his staff, and his household to a hideaway in the Bahamas, where P. J. is duped into killing one of his employer's associates. The 1 u i r i d flim casts Raymond Bun 1 as the evil tycoon, Gayle Hunnicutt as his sexy, double-crossing mistress, and George Peppard as P. J., ex- i marine turned indestructible! private investigator. The film is recommended for adults. "THE BALLARD OF JOSIE,"Bowie, Tuesday through Saturday. Featured stars in this production are Doris Day and Peter Graves. While Wyoming is still a struggling territory, woman's growing independence is meeting with strong opposition. Widowed Doris Day is acquitted of the death of her drunken, abusive husband,but a reluctant judge awards her little son to her father-in-law's care until she can provide for him. When she realizes that the only job available to her is that of a waitress in a drover's saloon, she turns to raising sheep on her otherwise valueless land. She becomes involved in a range war, women's rights, a protest march and a trip to jail. An indignant rancher masses cattlemen against her, b u t embattled suffragettes espouse her cause and battle for her valiantly. This film is recommended for adults mature young peop- ple and young people. "THE FAMILY WAY," Camp Bowie, Sunday through Tuesday. A warm human comedy drama, set in an English industrial town, begins with the marriage of Hayley Mills and Hywel Bennett, a youthful working class couple. The crude carousing of the weddjng celebration and the total lack of privacy later at the groom's home where the newlyweds must live temporarily, contribute to the embar- assment that prevents (he self-conscious young husband from consumating their marriage. There is a wry treatment of family relationships am' cris-1 the Nazis. Freely admitting he; es, some disconcertingly earthy j doesn't care which side wins, i dialogue, and a sympathetic i he gains the confidence of the \ blending of humor, pathos, evi-' German espionage and is giv- : denced in the depth and sen- j en intensive training. ! lively of the performances.! A strong supporting casts The feature is recommended : adds to the entertainment of for adults and mature young i the film. i people. The motion picture is recom- \ mended for adults and mature • "THE CORRUPT ONES," j young people. Camp Bowie, Sunday through j Tuesday. The film stars Elke' "BONNIE AND CLYDE," Sommer and Robert Slack. Bluffvue, Sunday through Tuesday. The motion picture fea- i "TRIPLE CROSS," B 1 u f f-1 tures Warren Beatty and Faye j vue, Sunday through Tuesday, j Dunaway. j The feature stars Christopher' Plummcr. Romy Schneider, Trevor Howard and Yul Brynner. A World War II spy film is based on the career of audacious English safe-crucker Eddie Chapman (Christopher Plummer). He is in prison on the Isle of Jersey when it is taken by Current Best Sellers Top Ten "Love Is Blue," Mauriat "Simon Says," 1910 Fruitgum Co. "The Dock of the Bay," Redding "Valley of the Dolls," Warwick ' "Just Dropped In," First Edition "Valleri," Monkees "I Wish It Would Rain," Temptations. "I Thank You," Sam and Dave "Since You're Been Gone," Franklin "La La Means I Love You," Delfonics FICTION "The Confessions of Nat Turner," Styron "Topaz," Uris "Vanished," Knebel "Christy," Marshall "The Exhibitionist," Sulton NONFICTION "The Naked Ape," Morris "Nicholas and Alexandra," Massie "Our Crowd," Birmingham "Between Parent and Child," Ginolt "Tolstoy," Troy at ANNIVERSARY ATTRACTIONS—Doris Day, left, in a scene from "Josie" beginning Tuesday at the Bowie Theater and a scene from "P.J." opening today at the Bowie. Both features are being shown during i the 27th anniversary of the theater here in Brownwood. VOTE TARLTON FOR MAYOR (PAID POL. ADV.) l)r Pepper DRIVE IN W. Commerce THEATRE 645-2393 NOW SHOWING — ADM ADULTS 90c SHOW STARTS AT DUSK CHRISTOPHER PlUmitlER TREUOR HQUJRRQ CERTFHOBE RENE HARDY-JACQUES-PAUL BERIRAND Hf 4 JACQUES-PAUL BERTRANO Production TECHKIC9L08' Wit! wiwa Bans Camp Bowie Brady Hwy. 643-4441 STARTS TODAY! ADM ADULTS 90c xnUNKAW « ow •»•"«•»»•< _ ROB£RT ^ STACK SOMMER NANCY CHRISTIAN KWANr.MARQUAHD. famil way - NOW OPEN 1:01 ADM. 1.25-1.00 27th ANNIVERSARY ATTRACTION wants comment! about our 8#s£fe^k >IH< oniti 10 mi , M f e. f k^ tlOOUCII -^ v ' REGULAR FEATURES AT 1:05.3:10-5:20-9:30 I! is a hundred of murders, brawls, broads, and sizzling action. GEORGE PEPPARD is'BJ! CO-STARRIHQ ... GAYLE HUNNICUH-RAYMOND BURR WRID HMHOCK POTMAN Sltif JNlB iwsw • KEAI Him • ftximto & mus KfisuMf. » -• EDWARD J. MOHTAQME • Piaattd by JOHH OUH.URMIK • fr EOWAfiO J. MO*TAQ« M I I Sustained By Faith Both said their faith has sus- D^vid Lowe, active organist in the Rrownwood area for the past four years, will present his senior recital in Mims Audi- i toritim of Howard Payne College on Sunday, April 7 begin, ning at 2:,10 p.m. I Lowe, ;i music major and A 1 senior at HPC, is the son of 1 Mr. and Mrs. W, G. Lowe of Snn Angelo. He is a member of the American Guild of Or• : ganists and Who's Who In Amcr- i icaii Colleges and Universities. He aiso recently won the Fort j Worth American Guild of Or: ganisls competition. i Lowe is organist for Central j Methodist, Church and has performed for a number of civic ! functions during the past, four | years, lie is also piano accom- | panist for the HPC a cappella i choir and has accompanied the i region high school choir for j four years. Other organizations with which Lowe has been associated ore Blue Key and Phi Mu tained them through tragedy and setbacks. "I don't think we could'vc handled some of them," said Roy. "We'd have gone off the deep end. "In the BibK» it doesn't say you're going to get by without having troubles. Evciy family has 'em some ,vay or another. "I'm not a fanatic on religion. I just think it's a practical way of life." DAVtt) LOWE ... In recital Alpha. Sunday's selections will Irt- ' elude pieces by such composers I as Scheidt. Bach, Mozart, Mel| siaen and Dupre. Lowe's recital J is being presented by the How• ard Payne College Department ! of Music. WEIGHTY WHALE It is said that the blu« or i sulphur bottom whale is the largest known creature fiver to inhabit the earth. At maturity, these whales reach 100 feet in length and have a weight of 136 tons. ABILENE * SWEETWATER NOW FOR YOU... *A FINER, CLEARER TELEVISION PICTURE! *MORE POWERFUL, HIGH FIDELITY SOUND! See for yourself... Watch Channel 12 for the finest in television entertainment. All new equipment installed In the Southv/est's finest broadcast studios, with complete color facilities. Operating on maximum power, giving KTXS-TV the largest coverage area of any TV station in the "Big Country." Now you can receive Columbia Broadcasting System and American Broadcasting Company programming direct from Channel 12, at no monthly cost to you.

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