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wookeiwNivq044401"elrittelio'veworlorNrgervelloNoWiteiorliorrteoloPWNIrorieloireo"4"NoloReVeyteoiegorke"tr it V s s Friday Morning Juno 18 1954 on the Screen Ants mei BC It I I 'Angel Street' Launches Summer Theater Series BY DOROTHY ADLER The new Horned Frog-Community Summer Theater inaugurated its season Thursday night with "Angel Street" better known as I 'Gas Light" the title under which it was first produced in London A movie version starred Ingred Bergman The summer theater used TCU's excellent little theater facilities and talent is drawn from all local little theater groups The current production has Warren White speech-drama instructor at Arlington Heights High School in the role of "Manning-ham" Alanningham is a bluebeard type who tries to drive his Nvi te insane White's performance is highly effective Barbara Pritchett of WBAP the Star-Telegram radio station is competent as the wife who thinks she s1 11 is losing ihlaeirc hmeisnodi wnai B rith'does ad- A' 44 mirably as Detective Rough after hay- '''' r N -:: ing only two weeks' rehearsing He re- t t-k okekiroommv ltg! t placed Everett Morris who was forced '‘ -"'' N ''' to leave the cast when his father died :'t t' k p unexpectedly '''i' ? '4"4111474'kk'i ° rec tor Maurice Alevy of Dallas is guest di- ' k - - i tor Eighty guests attended a reeep- O i 1 en for Alevy n the TCU Little Theater ' i A' 4"- Green Room after the opening perform- - 4? -"ow' ' io ' ance 'i "Angel Street" will be given again e 1 0: - Friday and Saturday nights of this week "::' ' and Thursday Friday and Saturday of t P t? "- ' - next week Curtain time is 8:15 p m :' : fi lc pt' Season tickets are available from Delta 1 '' ' ''' Rho Delta sorority members Single ad: -It i mission tickets may be bought at the '1 t:i i boxoffice FICTION FANS should IEN( E BARBARA PRITCHETT S in "Angel Street" like "Them" now playing at the Holly- wood This horror tale deals with destructive 15-foot ants in the Southwest whose origins are rather vaguely attributed to the first atom bomb explosions in New Mexico They are indefatigable travelers being seen in New Mexico on a ship at sea in Texas and finally in the sewers beneath Los Angeles They are tracked down by Edmund Gwenn a scientist Joan Weldon his daughter also a scientist James Whitmore a police sergeant and James Arness an FBI agent ' There's a Texan in the picture supposedly a ranch foreman who has seen the monsters near Brownsville He is convincing enough as a Texan—which is reasonable the part being assigned to Foss Parker formerly of Abilene Sound and lighting effects help to create an eerie atmosphere in the black-and-white film and Warner Brothers has taken pains to make the enormous ants properly frightening ELSEWHERE on the amusements scene Kitty O'Brien has replaced Sherry Lynn as stripper at the Skyliner All-Star Country Roadshow spectators can come out to North Side Coliseum and see two complete shows every Saturday night One is from 7 to 9 p and the other is from 9 until midnight The guest star (this week its Leon Payne) appears on both shows For radio listeners the hillbilly roundup is one continuous show carried on both 820 and 570 frequencies of WBAP the Star-Telegram radio station' Museum Plans Nature Study The first field trip sponsored by the Fort Worth Cffildren's Museum during its summer classes for children will take the youngsters to Cobb Park Saturday Children will be taken by bus to the park from the museum They have been asked to be at the museum at 8:30 a m in order to leave there by 9 a m They will be returned to the museum shortly after noon Children must present a note of permission from parents to make the tour They also should Parade Opens Rodeo In San Saba County SAN SABA June 17 (SpI)— A color f ul western parade through downtown streets opened the 16th annual San Saba County Rodeo here Thursday afternoon The City National Bank float was judged the winner in the commercial float division Other winners include Eleanor Owen best-dressed cowgirl Sheriff Brantley Barker best-dressed cowboy Gwen Edwards most typical cowgirl Dogey Locklear most typical cowboy Mr and Mrs J L Stewardson best-dressed couple Billy Grimes youngest cowboy and Andrew Locklear oldest cowboy Van Dyke '- Gillen Richard Jones manager of the Chamber of Commerce and Dan Callahan county agent judged the contest Hot Question Settled: Marlene Dietrich 48 LONDON June 17 (Reuters) Marline Dietrich the worlds most glamorous grandmother has moved to stop speculation about her age with a flat statement that she's 48 Marlene whose age has been estimated unkindly anywhere from 50 to 65 quoted her passport as evidence when she arrived here Wednesday for a night club engagement She was born she said Dec 27 1905 The battleship Misourl has 914 acres of deck space OPEN 000 I 3659 CAMP BOWIE 61-114 bring with them a canteen of water a box lunch and 40 cents for bus fare The field trips to study nature are for children 8 and older The trips under the direction of Nat- uralist Mean l Carson will be con- ducted weekly through the seven- week session 0111111100 I II II NOW OPEN 11:30 A M ft A Horror-Horde of Crawl-and-Crush Giants! Aremoka mi lift) 1 Clawing up from the Earth's Steaming Depths! 'I H E M rfs WHITMOREV EDMUND PENN JOAN EDON PLUS!COLOR CARTOON INT ROAD RACE you know what! - Immvimmalsoill Theft of Edible Meal !Pat Holloway Named lIrene Hervey Weeps On Ceiling Divorce LOS ANGELES June 17 (IP)— to live his own life and live Charged to Ex-Convict To Order of Coif at UT Actress Irene Hervey sobbed Thursday as she was granted a Alva James Cessna 55-year-old Pat Sterling Holloway 23 son di alone" divorce ending her 18-year mar ex-convict was held in county of Mr and Mrs Sterling Holloway riage to Singer Allan Jones It VILLINGTM 1 of 2626 Simondale has b e e n Miss Hervey cried after testi- fying the breakup "was a real t fillni jail Thursday in lieu of bond on named to the Order of the Coif - rHo 11"taillas"' 12 a charge of stealing edible meat national honorary law society for shock to me" She said they sep- "A I DE CLEAN Itt DIABLO' 4 A MutphyO roma a felony that's defined in a sel- college students in the upper 10 arated in San Francisco last April "GLASS WEB" dom-used statute per cent of their graduating and: ''He told me he didn't love 40c Ed G RobinsenJ Forsyth' a Admissions Som Got The charge filed in Justice classes me any more and that he wanted ADMISSION Admits Woad Alva James Cessna 55-year-old ex-convict was held in county jail Thursday in lieu of bond on a charge of stealing edible meat a felony that's defined in a seldom-used statute The charge filed in Justice Boyd's court accuses him of stealing a nine-pound ham from Buddies Super Market at 3701 E Rosedale The complaint includes an habitual criminality count The asteroid Eros sometimes approaches within 14000000 miles of the earth COOLED GY REFRIGERATION angry FL WORTHS GREATEST SHOW VALUE - I r 2 ACTION : FEATURES! Rnd I Rod Cameron II niatigh11 1" "BEYOND THE PECOS" MviViiIRE atAi41111ARD Imiliwormismst i TECHNICOLOR I NV Uitt 111111EMEINIMIEMEINIk I I 1 U IT'S C-0-0-L AT INTERSTATE KIDS YOU'LL LOVE III BOWIE BLVD KIDDiE PLAYLAND Open Today At 7 00 7100 CAMP BOWIE BLVD lust West of - Buddies Market 1(- PARKWAY El 7th STREET A THRILLING WESTERN! "ARROW IN THE DUST" STERLING HAYDEN COLIEN GRAY Technicolor EXTRA! AT PARKWAY BUGS BUNNY REVUE Today Only Parkway Open Lost Day-7th St—Open 5 30 1111111111111111111111111 RIDGLEA LAST DAY-OPEN I:30 IT'S SEX-SATIONAll ANNE BAXTER "CARNIVAL STORY" TiWER El GATEWAY ORIENTAL TABOOS LOVES AND INTRIGUES! ELIZABETH TAYLOR "ELEPHANT WALK" DANA ANDREWS PETER FINCH Color by Technicolor TOWER—Opens At 115 Sort t Todoy—GATEW4Y-5:15 I 0 I A Ftliddh TWIN OPEN 7:15 STAT1 800 "RIDING SHOT GUN" Randolph Scott—Wayne Morris "STORY OF WILL ROGERS" Will Rogers Jr 2 COLOR CARTOONS VA-8842 8500 NE 28IN ST "HONDO" John Wayne end Gloria Page "MEET CAPT KIDD" Bud Abbott and Lou Costello CARTOON WESTE NER HIWAY 183 NEAR RIVER OAKS "HONDO" John Wayno—Ootoldint Pogo "PLUNDERER IN THE SUN" Glenn Ford—Diana Lynn OPEN 700 GIANT 80-li HBEitotAS SCREEN "NIGHT PEOPLE" Gregory Peck—Rita Gam "PUP11 TALE" Tournament of Rotes (CS Short) Sporting Courage qX1:TITC61 ant Screen-3 Sostdoo Sound "HONDO" ' John Wayno "MAU IAG WILD" Gary Cooper—Ruth Raman Coming Sunday in Cinemascope "NIGHT PEOPLE" 1 felty P & A Today and Tomorrow! JOHN WAYNE as a Mon Called 6111-4)-N-D0!" (Warnersolorl) Douglas Falrbanks—Joan Bennett "GR EEN HELL!" Xtral "40" Minutes of Color Cartoons Wikt-RVAU I 5500 E Rosedale LA-9201 Admission 40c-2 Admissions lame Car Admits Carload Two Technicolor Hitt "MONTANA BELLE" Jane Russell "Jesse James vs nations" Brom Kinci Brpfhtwo Inwromen 2235111U1120E1C21111:33111 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM DANCELAND Magnolia ot Hemphill WA-9076 B D GRIFFIN JR and His EWE RAMBLERS Fri—Sot—Sun DANCELAND B D Griffin Jr B lue Ramblers Sat $1 Friday 60c Coming Wad Jona 23 -Ttflovilty4 WAYNLMORRI OAN'WILDON CHARCOAL BROILED FOODS F0-6359 ENTRANCES ON RIVERSIDE 2238 JACKSBORO MA-8360 op T RIVERSIDE Owl-wiltsmoi 41 ANOASIER s ea olov goo En' C v'hxteWDRIVE-101 THEATRE gtED-587 mi4Eg' Po MARK STEVEN jA with DOROTHY MALONE AM Al 114pd Artists PICTURE dR Released tete ADM $161 Plus lax r-- i R4 AA4' 0 4( A VD A COME AS LATE AS 9411 L jFILMED IN VIVID PATHr oats COLOR plot FORTOVORTH TEXAS ARGEST- AND FINEST 4HIATRI - Ago DIMON 4 sIDE q W I-6008 WHERE ITS ALWAYS COOL STARTS 8:00 AT BOTH DRIVE IS TONITE tie icing Charlton HESTON Eleanor PARKER HIT NO 2 TECKtitcoto HE RODE A LAWLESS TRAIL! 5am es Lynn 13tvr 1 s CRAIG 'BARI Pat Sterling Holloway 23 son of Mr and Mrs Sterling Holloway of 2626 Simondale has been named to the Order of the Coif national honorary law society for college students in the upper 10 per cent of their graduating classes Holloway a June graduate of the University of Texas School of Law is practicing law in Dallas WESTCLIET TODAY! Open 1:15 iPw THE STORY OF A WOMAN'S SHAME "CARNIVAL STORY" COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR Anne Steve BAXTER COCHRAN ALSO COLOR CARTOON NOW Al YOUR INDEPENDI MP ATM NDEf1VDEN 00400eO0000UkaftSftP an' OPEN 1:00 corm BN TECHNICOLOR II ELEPHANT WALK ELI ZABEfil TAY1DR DANA ANDIZEWS PETER PUY lanaliEEM 1rtummulto1 OPEN 630 SLil-1855 Child Free With Parents Students 40e "SAA11)11” - (Color) Carnal Wilde—Rita Gam "TITANIC" Clifton Webb-8 Stonwyck DON'T MISS NESS TWO wtu rir I All SCoT Wamwlertolor SI:0101111 coz4- WardBOND cosog francts Oft andCrPSPT Open 1:30 Cartoon-News —Today and Tomorrow— "TWO ACTION HITS!" —NO 1— "ARROW IN THE DUST!" Sterling Hoyden—Coleen Gray (lochnisolor) —NO 2— 'HIGHWAY DRAGNET!" Joan Bnnott—Rithard Conte Xtro—"Jungla Raiders" No 12 Special Techr Otolor Cartoon WW1010V10400 OPEN 100 LA4030 Eleanor Patient—Charlton Hoston "NAK ED JUNGLE" Abbott and Costallo "IT AIN'T 11A1" 0000e0Pd000W00 RIVER OAKS Today—Cool Motinso—Opert 1:12 2 Good Action Hits Robert Ryon—Jon Wing et ALASKA SEAS" "FLIGHT NURSE" Joan Leslie—Forrest Tucker SAT—San Plus 3 Cartoons IiNOW0101OOW0001101000 poLYiTHEATRE 0014 u(qm 2 ACTION IIITS Re40:h tgali WARNER 0I-Oftj cia -Plus "CEASE FIRE" All -Army Co' CARTOONS OPENS 3:30 DOORS OPEN 100 FA-0985 Technicolor Western Hits Clark Gable—Asa Gardner "LOA STA It" RANDOLPH SCOTT "SANTA FIE" GIANT KID SHOW SAT 945 000aS11IF HALTON OZ3435"00 GIANT WIDI SCREEN "LITTLE BOY LOST" Bing Crosby Claude Dauphin "FLIGHT TO TANAIFR" Technicolor—Joan Fontaine Jac eciance C0114 40' ADMISSION IDE CLEAN ID DIABLO" 1 A MurphyD Form "GLASS WEB" Ed G Rob' nionJ Noland a Admissions Same Cat Admits Carload DAGIIIAR—JULIV 1st YA'T'LTDm!" "KITTY" O'BRIEN EXOTIC ANDRE GONZALES "BABE" WRIGHT "DEACON" JONES Baritone M C At the Piano Dance Orchestra M ek M ixers—Cokho Reservations 2 SHOWS FREE Soda—Oinget Ale MA8360 10 11 BEER 20e AV Kt al air 111 Iffl MI MI AV M MI MI arff MI Mr MI MIDI 111141 1 Latt kWI-6008 k 1ST' D I li I I I I I : l'' I ' ' I I — I I ' I - - 11 : k tyv I t ' I I c- 1ST DRIVE-IN RUN 701 DRIVE end EAST LANCASTER TO3732 4 1111111E1INI 160isAM II iNAiiifGMORRISjd'AN WELDON illSO OPEN 715 P M START 800 P M 111 WARNER BROS YEZAVIS1 E3 11:il IMF STA-1114---1117-27:1 11 4 -4 11 !!! tri N 1 NO t 1 R I I) 112 7g-coNfolow- WILL ROGERS JIL JANE WYMAN (4) IDOit CANTOR James Gleason 1 PILLS Ct1141I1 CAItTOONS t mt aw AW Aw ar or aw m sw gow iw Alb -r PAGE ELEVEN NOW! CINEMASCOPE IS AT THE DOORS OPEN AT 11145 1111 IPiA1L1ACIE1 PRICES KIDS -25 MAT AO EVE - JO Extended Engagement Starts Today! 1 SPECIAL! 1 f Hear ' 'FRANK SINATRA Sing the Romantic Hit of the Year in "3 Coins In the Fountain" COCkIamisxc01130 In the wonder' 4Track HighFidelity Stereophonit Sound CLIFTON WEBUPOTHY MOIRE JEAN PETERS MIS JOURDANMAGGIE NAMARA478w Pmorid by SOL C SIEGEL Oirteed by JEAN NEGULESCO y Serum 6 ky JOHN PATRICK PLUS! DONALD DUCK CARTOON LATE WORLD NEWS STARTS TODAY! OPEN AT 12:15 PLUS! M-G-M's JUBILEE OVERTURE TOM & JERRY CARTOON Si LATE WORLD NEWS MAT 60-EVE 70-KIDS 21 "THE ROYAL ' RIOTOUS ROMANCING MG-M - presents the perfect MUSIC AIL meant for the iiss of COLOR and the embrace of 0- Glorious Songs of SIGMUND ROMBERG "Drink Drink Drink" "Deep In My Heart Dear" "Golden Days" and msny others! THE SINGING VOICE OF who would rather make love than history ! : SIMMS ANN MYTH EDMUND PUROOM ON ERICSONLES CAIRN EDMUND WENN &UNTIES" MAU ETA ST JON 'Dim WILLIAMS EISTN'YARKII 444 44411A41 1 r i J : 'tont Screen-4 ticket Sound RWAYN MO RI OANVILDON —Plus— "CEA SIE F11111'" Gary (4:1111111:")NNw Rani' nth°1111t: 1 All 'AnnY Ce6 CARTOONS OPENS 5:30 Coming Sunday in Cinmacop ' 4054104 Ileate :'11(1144441" N UHT P - Today and Tomorrow! DOORS OPEN 1:00 FA-8985 JOHN WAYNE as a Mon Called 2 Technicolor Western Hits You know what! 6111-4)-N-D(!" lWarnercolorl) Clark Gable—Ara Gardner 661A)N STA It Douglas Fairbanks—Joan Bennett RANDOLPH SCOTT "Gil EEN 111111" "SANTA FIE" Xtral "40" Min GIANT KID SHOW SAT 945 of Color Cartoons ' iv V A 2 2 1 1 OPEN COO El" HALT° OPEN 500 t 5500 E Rosedale LA-9201 Admission 40c-2 Admissions GIANT WIDE SCREEN 0 00AJ er 111416111blt0: i 11110: lame Car Admits Carload Two Technicolor Hitt MONTANA BELLE' Jane Russell " "Jess e James vs nations "LITTLE BOY LOST" 44 P " Bing Crosby Clouds Dauphen "FLIGHT TO TANAIFR" Technicolor—Joan Fontaine OO 315e CAMP BOWIE $ ' - BroOt King Embf011 111WrOPICOO jack eciance C0114 ZISCE111311a : Friday Marnini On the Sc ! I Ange Sumn A The new none its season Thursda 'Gas Light" the tit A movie versim The summer th ties and talent is d The current pi structor at ArlingU ham" Manninghan insane White's pc Barbara Pritche r I BARBARA PRITCHETT SCIENCE FICTION FANS should '' - V ' 1 6 Juno 2 '01 3 ' - ' ist' "" like "Them" now playing at the Holly- - 1 ' to i r " V q allgtOr 41' wood f y in Angel Street '' - A 4 Otott $ ' I ::Aa 5 t i ' mot : 4 This horror tale deals with destructive 15-foot ants in the :' A' ?G—IDK:III) 4 z ' '''' C°" I southAest whose origins are rather vaguely attributed to the first i d"-- A A --: 1 - N i k ' ' AS LATE AS 945 tat - atom bomb explosions in New Mexico l'hey are indefatigable tray- in--:”—TECHNICOLOR 1 11 ' - logoolomuls N Ufit ---- - elers being seen in New Mexico on a ship at sea in Texas and fi V - 2-- I r t ow ' 0 di 111 :1 natty in the sewers beneath Los Angeles l of MARK L 1 They are tracked down by Edmund Gwenn a scientist Joan "' '" ' -"r to'''' 11-: CRUELI ANtst4 Weldon his daughter also a scientist James Whitmore a police ser- - --:1 4- ' STEVEN sAvAGE geant and James Arness an FBI agent r' IT'S C-0-0-14 AT ' - There's a Texan in the picture supposedly a ranch foreman who : 1 ITEIISTATE illtE IL 1 ' t N r i 01ND nt t u Eas seen the monsters near Brownsville He is convincing enough as W - "Iv 0 ----- A' as a Texan—which is reasonable the part being assigned to Fess wommenallosis oi 1 1 A ":r p f Parker formerly of Abilene 1 : :: 4 i Sound and lighting effects help to create an eerie atmosphere ' KIDS YOU'LL LOVE ill 1 1001110" ILA100110 I'-- : i v - ' th r ik Bow v 4 in the black-and-white film and Warner Brothers has taken pains ' 1114 B!D: : 11T 4 9 11" i I I ' '-- DDRRTTYY 10Lukt 6111t-I I:e 1p111 d SU ippet IL Me -Itkyliner pul-mar country Just West of Buddie's Market LowleoletwooP411outo 4- 4r 101Nall Nog PATHE 11 " th ' Roadshow spectators can come out to North Side Coliseum and see Blue Ramblers R ti " COLOR two complete shows every Saturday night One is from 7 to 9 p ro Sat Al Friday 60c - and the other is from 9 until midnight The guest star (this week eik wimp gag p A iLy AINV Bit al Mr IF IF Mr 1111 Aar IMF DV OF AN" Mt If Off41 its Leon Payne) appears on both shows For radio listeners the lc Zwe11ninb W is NOW AT YOUR FORTOVORTN hillbilly roundup is one continuous show carried on both 820 and U 7th THRILLING STREET INDEPENDEN 1141 570 frequencies of WBAP the Star-Telegram radio station ' A WESTERN! THEATERS TEXAS AtOIST- ANO FINEST -THEATRE! — - "ARROW IN arr- F06359 ENTRANCES ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE and EAST LANCASTER F03732 4 vat 1309 16 Museum Plans Nature Stud le y 11 THE DUST" OPEN 100 4srliptimullisiD onion STERLING HAYDEN tows BN TLCIINICOLOR r 1001 or 1 -6—Av 1 The first field trip sponsored bring with re th them a canteen of COLIEN GRAY 4 by the Fort Worth Cffildren's water a box lunch and 40 cents 141W 4 Technicolor k W16008 WHERE IT'S ALWAYS COOL STARTS 800 Museum during its summer for bus fare CLEGRAM PAGE ELEVEN Gelling Divorce to live his olArn life and live vEtt re': 0 alone" ie w'''''' 4 ow Iflorvop tkl le ' A - m 61EL 1 Is ms vi I IRLINGTMColt 110 6 - AL ' 4- t 7 Mill mst4mit'iiitot ' ma sh "AIDE CLEAN IO DIABLO" 2 SENSATIONAL ACTION HITS! 4 A MutphyD roma "GLASS WEB" 4 0 C Ed G RoblosenJ Fsrsyth I SCENES YOU'LL NEVER FORGET! l 2 Admissions Ssms Gas ADMISSION Admits Woad Star Its season Thursday 1 Ill 1 - ej ks a AL LI -uoa ndo es night with "Angel Street" better known as stealing a nine-pound ham from 1 the University of Texas School 1 DAGIIIIAII—J ULY 1st qn — 'OW e-t -Rd EIREEEEJ 7:: Gas Light the title under which it was first produced in London Buddie's Super Nlarket at 3701 of Law is practicing law in ' A movie version starred Ingred Bergman Tc)NI" l' "KITTY" O'BRIEN k: Rosedale The complaint in-1 Dallas 1 : SATURDAY EXOTIC The summer theater used TCU's excellent little theater facili- ' - eludes an habitual criminality ‘ ANDRE GONZALES "BABE" WRIGHT "DEACON" JONES ties and talent is drawn from all local little theater groups count 1 --v i The current production has Warren White speech-drama in- Baritone M C At the Plano Dance Orchestra VIESTCLIFF FREE structor at Arlington Heights High School in the role of "Manning- The asteroid Eros s 14ometimes 000 Mixers—Coke 144 Reservations 2 SHOWS Eli THit i! - ham" Alanningham is a bluebeard type who tries to drfve his wife approaches within 000 Soda—Ginger Ale BEER 20s MA8360 loin amik 14 :'A: insane White's performance is highly effective miles of the earth TODAY! Open 1:15 r- P PPR 4 f Barbara Pritchett of WBAP the -Telegram radio station i s — -4 competent as the wife who thinks she COOLED IlY ILIFItIOSIATION THE STORY OF A WOMAN'S ' CHARCOAL - Elt ADM Fir SHAME 16 70001 LDEsD 1 ''''sk" 1 I "41 x ''771''''t-'47' :::' 0341 r"174i :0'0? ''°' "CARNIVAL 1r n her mi Is li si g nd 412111sy STEAKS— S ' $161 111 0 t J B Daiches of B'nai B'rith does ad- DEocious elms Plus Ian ' L ' - 4f'' mirably as Detective Rough after hay- liv": ' i ie ing only IWO weeks' rehearsing Ile re- STORY" 2238 tACKSBORO MA8360 - — r '' A NEATEST SHOW VALUE tli - sZ' ' - ' i Alt '''''A3PSWAW:si v 4r t' placed 'Everett Morris who was forced - n " a TH S CI e 4 0 0 4' ' ' 7 ::w 'A ' '06 RIVERSIDE aoertitamol 440ANOASTER It It v m ? to leave the cast vvhen his father died '' it 2 ACTION COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR ' '''4488Frovt I k s- unexpectedly p ti4 ? :4161"'Sk p Nlaurice Alevy of Dallas is guest di- so Anne Steve r b I - : FEATURES! BAXTER COCHRAN -bRivEsird—THEATRir eAwoiLt EDL587 I ea ow roo I MC CI' 4 iii4 Room after the opening perfor ' A rector Eighty guests attended a recep- :010 ALSO COLOR CARTOON ' 1 tion for Alevy in the TCU Little Theater 41c ' ' 3 G ACT I() N HI OLY I AIII 0 TS' —NI ‘3nno siss-srets4eller tiesssmeelemm g A Green m- :t'-4-''' Rod RI I I -isw- Angel Street will be gien again - ance Uomeron OLTS 1 10 Charlton HESTON Eleanor PARKER TE CHNICOLO -smm -t- DANCELAND '' ' ' - "" v --- k HIT NO 2 w' '"' '4 i f ' Friday and Saturday nights of this week lia - In Magnolia et Hemphill WA-9076 ' s 1 t — -0 and Thursday Friday and Saturday of nuTE FORCE! l'-' s'-- tv ' Irt: next week Curtain time is 8:15 p m ': tt "BEYOND THE PECOS" B D GRIFFIN JR 1 of Bit --N:A : Season tickets are available from Delta and His ( ')4' ''-Y---- If 1 t ts tal 1 t::f I 01771 VICTOR MARI BLUE RAMBLERS it7:A II : Rho Delta sorority members Single ad- I RODEA LAWLESS ThIATil JC ' 1 I I m-tz lz Rho Delta sorority members Single ad- VICTOR MARI BLUE RAMBLERS 4 I 1 1 1 f James Lynn --- 614' : ''aet ' mission tickets may be bought at the 1 ''' MATURE BLANCHARD Fri-Sot -Sun 11 II I k 1" 1 0 1 I boxoffice i i t-'"' rs"11211111117 — 1 vs----- :: - itEntkit: ASP' ' 041r f ' ' I i1Z7' 1 Ak Al ' ' $ ' ' s ' CRAIG BARI 11 Vf ' Ne--- LA ': I I "------ 0 k Ny)' ' lulaq 4TNE 'II - ' - I EILV ' i op Coming Wad v ' '-'' 5 145 --1 ' 741 4 :: 740 iiiitliv tonne -71 - T - I - i n I BARBARA PRITCHETT SCIENCE FICTION FANS should va Jona 23 4 t like "Them" now playing at the Holly- 1 tor " i - in "Angel Street" Or ( ' ''' AL 1° ' " ' 1 W o o d onscAtit o old 44-4d 1111111 5 - - mitt 4 This horror tale deals with destructive 15-foot ants in the - ' 216DAI) 1 i k ' '''N's I SouthAest whose origins are rather vaguely attributed to the first A i ' :T-'Att 1 COME AS LATE AS 94S ' rimis TEXPIS ''' 4 atom bomb explosions in New Mexico They are indefatigable tray- -------TECHNICOLOR 1 11 I ' - - logootommalOttst v04- NV Uitt ---- - -- 0 WKS ' 4 - "CO rMartin 4110001"401011011 elersbeing seen inNew Mexico on a ship at sea in Texas and fi- — a a 1 eta 1 'N'fielP7PA21 El -I I 1 WE fl T Weak in irib ME 4 71 11 t to make the enormous ants properly frightening K IDDiE PLAYLAND DANCELAND 1 MALONE t Olson Today At 7 00 I I I 1 FILmEt) M ELSEWHERE on the amusements scene Kitty O'Brien has re- 7100 CAMP BOWIE BLVD B D Griffin Jr t Allimod Artists t iN VIVID c lioacisnow spectators can come out to North Side Coliseum and see 1 Ilom 1 Ill Dille "mime" Li tmweorimonaresi 3i Reieased to Urged Oats COLOR i 1 two complete shows every Saturday night One is from 7 to 9 p rn 01)- — I Sat $1 Friday 60c r 3:: and the other is from 9 until midnight The guest star (this week am t AV Bil al Mr IF IF Mr at Alir M I IMF DV iff OF AN" all Mt If OF141 d Z its Leon Payne) appears on both shows For radio listeners the ' PARKWAY I NOW AT YOUR i lp !MI FORTOVORTH ' DRIVEIN 1 -I hillbilly roundup is one continuous show carried on both 820 and U 7th STREET I A THRILLING WESTERN! NDEPENDEN S 570 frequencies of WBAP the Star-Telegram radio station 1 IlkiWeZ4 t 1 '4 ' THEATER t --- lb f0-63----It TEXAS ARGEST- AND FINEST -THEATRE1 — --1-- -CASTER 8 ':1-- i M " useum Plans Nature Study "ARROW IN 7: P1- -Vosivilte 1111 59 ENTRANCES ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE and EAST LAN IF03732 11111 OPEN 1:00 11 rah ---mm THE DUST i in 11- 111—-- WU '1111619111"-APRF6 II b the Fort Worth C s wate b lunch d 40 0 tows EINTLCIINICOLOR 4 1311111tIN 1 fist:v4ml STERLING HAYDEN ' LE— I The first field trip sponsored bring with them a canteen of COLIEN GRAY 7 I AS )): ' 11 - y lifildren'r a box unc an cents i Technicolor f WI6008 WHERE IT'S ALWAYS COOL STARTS RTS 8:00 Museum during its summer for bus fare 11 I '- classes for children will take the The field trips to study nature EXTRA! AT PARKWAY '1' WALK AT BOTII DRIVE- IS 'COMTE k ) youngsters to Cobb Park Satur- are for children 8 and older The BUGS BUNNY REVUE - 1ST DRIVE-IN P N starrin RUN OPEN 7:15 P M START 8 00 P M II gg g si day trips under the direction of Nat- Today Only Parkway Open 5 WARNER BROS N 4 Lost Day-7th St-Open 5 30 ' - Children will be taken by bus siroliqf ltloor 1 Carson xs i -- - l l ho con- s amplopnwanom c i ELIZABETH TAYLOR Al i k e- mAckim TZ3 CI 11-411-1 ti i to the park from the museum ducted weekly through the seven- 1111111111111011131 D ANA 7 I ANDIZEILS k '-° 1' al I They have been asked to be at week session l-49 l s the museum at 8:30 a m in order k RIDGLEA -A PETER MICK ' 111 lease there COTT it to lh by 9 a m They ll 1 LAST DAY-OPEN 1 30 — 4 A 3 --5-- 4 1 ' will be returned to the museum I Chdren must present a note IT'S SEXSATIONAU ON 630 1 linnSAMEmonnosilrAlrtr ibil o v' i: IA :447!' trlat "vs shortly after noon HOILLYINFOOD ANNE BAXTER 4- rtt c4:4:o - g-: ' AN 111 il PE: SU-7855 1 tiles 60141 A 11 11 I of permission from parents to NOW! OPEN 11:30 A M "CARNIVAL i Child Free With Parents Students 40e It d:t - tis 4 445 21 d r 4 4) "SAMNA" wig -- - 44 71 lira o I make the tour STORY" They also should see' -i-- $ - (Color) 111 Yr'' 4 451 '' ' 40 1 it 4 Carnal Wilde-Rita Gam 11 : 1111 - "TITANIC" t tt li J 'Ata) 411 ' eari) 11 I Parade Opens Rodeo I osismaissoggi I t MOSIMAILmo '''' Clifton Webb-8 Stanwyck 1811 ' i - II - 5- '" t k AwwwwwwwwwwwwwiwwAAA 7' In San Saba County I TOWER I 40 I Mr ''"":--4k '' Jr II -- WARNER OLOR Li---111--:1 vv Ibi Um 11143 IN - T It ' II GATEWAY : r T1116 ZT SAN SABA June A c o 1 o r f u 1 tern parad 17 (SW-- 111 t DON'T MISS THESE TWO 3 ORIENTAL TABOOS 1 PANDO104 11 ' — -'' WAYNE MORRISJOAN WELDON k IR 4 F wese ' LOVES AND INTRIGUES! t ' through downtown streets opened I 4 RID(10 scar:r tLSO IS ) the 16th annual San Saba County I 1 ELIZABETH — -- i RoTdeo here Thursday afternoon A Horror-Horde of ' : TAYLOR f aWit Cby lor r I Torii - - T1 A fli w 4 ---- L Wniero S110 IA li w 1 1 he City thNational Bank float rllci-waig Waidaotio 11 '' '- :'''' 7 ------------ ci We winner in the com- Crawl-and-Crush Giants! i "ELEPHANT : rt 4 ' 61191:3" ' oonnamarati 11 - 4 ' - r - A Hr T T f as judged lb i mercial float division er-Mill WALK" - sc 4 : :1- m 'ft" to ‘ti'l OR to o el i Other winners include Eleanor '' A ' Owen best dressed cowgirl Sher P f ': fr tf liancts011 h t - ! z 1 4 : - 1 COSOR 4 4- ' - i DANA ANDREWS v L :-":94A A sidCPSPT III ' 0 ' ) iff Brantley B arker best-dressed - - fi ' I PETER FINCH i Open 1:30 Cartoon- News k I r - - 4 t ' i ti cowboy Gwen Edwards most typ- 4 N e q color by Technk°" 4 1 --ww g l ) :' 3' ' O IRS :) ci a uv 0 ical cowgirl Dogey Locklear most 1 -' 1 $10 ' o o TOWER-Opens At 115 p - Pli oo A i2 drw AP Avess - 4 r7 eV I CM41"1 OW MO mon ml oft i $torring typical cowboy Mr and Mrs J L A 1 liJ : OP '' ' Starts Tod0Y-GATEWAY-515 : g t ws t 7i0 twos mite s 140 ST mil 1 c" --1 R A WILL OGERS JR JNE WYMAN II i Stewardson best-dressed couple r' :: I l t"' 1 o R111 tet 4 iin 4 Billy Grimes youngest cowboy i 1 th IDOlt CANTOR James Gleason f 11 I TotomArrntAw Nom ho 4 cowboy Gwen Edwards most typ- 4 e ":: ‘ Color by Technicolor Open 130 Cartoon News wg ogey --------------ws ical cowgirl D Locklear m 1 ost -' 3 )1 11 ' 11k ' TOWER—Opens At 1 I — 15 r - de A i2 APIA AP e 'a a - typical cowboy Mr and Mrs J L A littOPI Starts Today—GATEW4Y-5 15 4 tW18t Afts :I i Stewardson best-dressed couple 14 4 Billy Grimes youngest cowboy 'oi:: I ' --- - - - - R TN NAM ite 140015T and Andrew Locklear oldest cow ' v)t '0'A ' 14 - - —Today and Tomorrow— boy - o0°' - ' 8-10: 1 ie N 1 a 1 e "TWO ACTION HITS!" 1 Van Dyke - Gill en Richard ' ill ' II id 1 z 111 —NO 1— Jones manager of the Chamber - " 41va APO "ARROW IN THE DUST!" of Commerce and Dan Callahan ' Sterling Hayden—Cotten Gray county agent judged the contest FtWillihTININ (Technicolor) 0 ' seek ' - OPEN 7:15 STAT1 800 "HIGHWAY DRAGNET!" i Hot Question Settled: li "RIDING SHOT GUN" Joon ISnnott—Richard Conte Xtra—"Jungle Raiders" No 12 Randolph Scott—Wayne Morris Special Technicolor Cartoon Marlene Dietrich 48 '1 rl "STORY Wiil it OF WILL k MIC" 'LA" ROGERS" LONDO June 17 (Reuter's) - I luist VAR I TY N 2 COLOR CARTOONS AL( Marline Dietrich the world's 'RIVER SI DE OPEN 100 LA-3030 I most glamorous grandmother has Eleanor Parlcor—Charlion Heston I moved to stop speculation about IJJ "NAK ED JUAGILE" 111 VA-8842 8500 N I 2891 ST her age with a flat statement 1111411" Air Abbott and Costello most glamorous grandmother has ' I :4L-1 I III Ily Eleanor Parker—Charlton Heston moved to stop speculation about "N Llbijvii VA-111142 3500 N I 2891 ST AKED JUNGLE" her age with a flat statement Abbott and Costello that she's 48 Clawing up from the "HONDO" "IT AIN'T HAV" Marlene whose age has been John Wayne and Gloria Page now0 estimated unkindly anywhere Earth's Steaming Depths! 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COLOR CARTOON INT ROAD RACE Joan Leslie—Forrest Tucker acres of deck space John Wayne—Geraldine Page — SAT—Same Plus 3 Cartoons ' "PLUNDERER IN ---------w Glum Ford-Diane polINTHEATRE 111MM '' 100114401 2 ACTION HITS OPEN 700 ANT 80-li tIBEKDCAS SCREEN eaSet " - 01141 iihroswARNEt 'NIGHT pEorir9 lP S Gregory Peck—Rita Gam 'ANDOL ' "PUPPY TALE" Tournament of Roses (CS Short) ifillogilhotgaii rre Sporting Courage EB ICITASLNcpL91-0e E- vvirTvir 1--:-r Apo SIGMUND ROMBERG "Drink Drink Drink" JOHN ERICSONLOUIS CERN "Drep In My Heart Dear" e "Golden Days" VII EOM MIN s UNTIES" MAU ETA ST JON 'Dim WILLIAMS EISTNARKII ! and many others! 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