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May 15, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 16

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M, CLOVtS ^EWyotmWAlU Swflday, May IS, I9fl« ar <|f "Lost | n Space" Inds Himself At Home (UPD — Not.Major t>on West in that far out His has been married to his ffl television stars lead the ex-!series "Lost In Space." Off* «S6lotfnl life, and the least of j Goddard is very much earth TTJES SPECIAL This Week Special Heavenly Fried CHICKEN DINNER 5 PC. Chicken, French Fries, Salad, Gravy, Hot Rolls ... *••»•«*!••< Family Box of Heavenly Fried Chicken 10 pc. Whole 99' 449 1530 THORNTON CLOVIS, N. MEX. Call 763-9661 For Orders To Go OPF.X TOHAY 1:30 I'.M.. [COOL •MAXCHU' AT «:18, 6:40 & 10:10! THE FACE OFFU MAM , OBEY FU MANCHU ...OR EVERY LIVING ' THING ' WILL DIE! .TECHNICOLOR* • TFCHNISCOPE" • ft JPKX MTS PICTlists UNEASE PLUS — I50NUS FEATURE SEVEN ARTS PRODUCTIONS l.M.i.ll DALE ROBERTSON RICHARD TODD. CFUKD ON THE GHOSTLY COAST OF SOVTH WEST ATMCA) __ TECHNICOLOR* AswNARisnciuRtsittUASf j>£^^ ••SKELETON'S" AT 1:15, i&* 8:1S AND 8:10! PLUS — COLOR CARTOON wife Marcia five years and they are the parents of Melissa (Missy), 4. For all the glamor in Mark's' life he might as well be a junior executive in a large corporation or perhaps a rising young lawyer. The chief difference is that (he youthful actor spends more time at his job. Most days he finds himself at 20th Century - Fox studios 12 full hours dressed in an uncomfortable space suit under the hot lights. He drives an inexpensive compact car to work, a 10-minute trip from his Coldwater Canyon home. No Pool The house is a single-story ranch-stylo with three b e d rooms, a spacious yard but no j swimming pool. The Goddards plan a pool for the future when Missy is old enough to swim. Marcia decorated the house herself and has started a modest collection of impressionistic and abstract paintings. The living room is tastefully furnished in green and off-white. An enormous Spanish chest dominates the decor. Mark's hangout is a den complete with a complicated hi-fi set, a desk and shelves of books. The walls are covered with photographs of his friends, few if whom are in show busines. Happily for Marcia, the den is sound proof enough to prevent the twanging revergera- tions of Mark's efforts to master the guitar he keeps there. Marcia does all the family cooking, but there is a live-in housekeeper who doubles as nurse for little Missy. A gardener frees Mark from hacking around in the yard. No green thumb he. TV Veteran Though his name is less fa miliar to televiewers than, say, Lome Greene, M a r k is a veteran of four series — "Johnny Ring o,' The Detectives, "Many Happy Returns" and, of, course, his current success for CBS-TV, "Lost In Space." Personally, Goddard lacks the inflated ego of many an actor and rarely discusses his career. He and Marcia entertain simply, inviting friends to the house on weekends for barbecued steaks or chops. In the summertime they live in the garden, playing ping-pong, croquet and staging noisy dart game contests. Their life Is casual. Both Goddards dress California style; shorts, sports shirts, sweaters, canvas shoes. Because an actor must provide most.of his own wardrobe in movies' and television alike, Mark has provisioned himself with a goodly number of suits and sports jackets, but his real passion is sweaters. He doesn't even know how many he owns. No Pets "We don't have any pets," Mark says. '"A dog 'needs a great deal of attention and affection. I just don't have the time to provide it. So I think it would be unfair of us to keep a pet." Free time Is a problem with Mark. He usually returns home about 8 p.m. for a half • hour frolic with Missy. Then he pours himself a drink and reads the sports page. TV Dinners He and Marcia eat dinner in front of the television set, some- . man and Sidney Portier star In this exciting film which opens today at La Fonda Drive In. Also showing is "Good Neighbor Sam," with Jack Lemmon. New Art Show Opening At Roswell Museum Opening to view today at thecollection. There will be an open- ncurnll AjTiicmtm nttsJ A •*•* fn**4 n : . _ .• ... _ _ * thing other Hollywood couples rarely do. But he has a reason. BRACE YOURSELF FOB GREATNESS SHOWTIME! — 1:30—3:40—5:50—8:00! EC • RIPtr! [WES • CV»L CUSACK M — C4JLUU Roswell Museum and Art Cente will be the outstanding collec ion of contemporary America: paintings made by Mr. and Mrs G. Poindcxter and presents to the people of the State of Mon tana, Mr. Poindexter's nativ state. The pictures are the work of painters of "The New Yor School" and others who hav been influenced by them. Mos of them were collected durin Jhe nineteen-fifties, many from the artists themselves unde whom Mr. Poindexter was stu dying. While the exhibition Include excellent examples of the wor of artists who have now achiev ed world renown, among then William DeKooning, Arhile Coi ky, Phillip Guston, Franz Eline Adolph Gottlieb and Jackso Bollock, it also includes work by men who were relatively les ecognized at the time, such a Jack Tworkov, Milton Nesnick George McNeil, Robert Good nough and Jules Clitski. The collection as a whole rep resents a cross section of earl and late abstract expressionist of contemporary America painting, and also two trul American individualists, K a r Kerkan and Robert DeMiro Never before has such a grea exhibition been on such a tou & the Roswell Museum is prouc to present it. The people of Mon tana are to be congratulated on the acquisition of this splendi Best Sellers Fiction THE EMBEZZLER - Loui AuchinclMs. VALLEY OF THE DOLLS — Jacqueline Susann. THE DOUBLE IMAGE - Hel en Maclnnes. THE SOURCE - James Mich ener. THE ADVENTURERS — Ha rold Robbins. THOSE WHO LOVE - Irving Stone THE COMEDIANS—Graham Greene TELL NO MAN - Adele Rog ers St. John. A GENEROUS MAN — Rey nolds Price. THE BILLION DOLLAR BRAIN — Len Deighton. UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE — Bel Kaufman. Noufiction IN COLD BLOOD — Truman Capote. THE LAST HUNDRED DAYS —John Toland. THE LAST BATTLE - Cornelius Ryan. THE PROUD TOWER — Bar bara Tuchman, GAMES PEOPLE PLAY — THE PSYCHOLOGY OF HU MAN RELATIONSHIP — Eric PAPA HEMINGWAY A E. Hotchner. A THOUSAND DAYS: JOHN F KENNEDY IN THE WHITE j HOUSE - Arthur E. Schlesing- i er, Jr. Berne HOW TO AVOID PROBATE i Norman F. Dacey. THE LADY OF THE HOUSE —Sally Stanford. A GIFT OF PROPHECY Ruth Montgomery. I SAW RED CHINA — Lisa ! Hobbs. URANIUM CONTRACT NEW YORK (UPD- Anaconda Sales Co., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Anaconda Co., announced a contract Friday by which Anaconda will furnish uranium concentrate to Westing house Electric Co. over a seven year period. The more than $70 million contract will cover the period from 1968 through 1975. Anaconda mines uranium ore at properties near Grants, N.M. SPANISH RECORDS See Our Complete Selection Now At . . , TIN'S MMID Wi uiLL - it U>VE Jiuu. Uuru FrW«y 3:JW to « F.H. S*tvdtt.\ 9 4.M. to « P.M. Film Parade Sf ATE THEATER Today through Tuesday — ked '"The Spy Who Came in From the Cold" starring Richard Burton and Claire Room. Wednesday through Tuesday, "Patch of Blue'" with Sidney Poiticr. Shelley Winters a n d Eliabeth Hartman. LYCEUM THEATER Today through Tuesday, "Face of Fu Manchu" with Christopher Leo, Nigel Green and "Coast of Skeletons" with Dale Robertson and Richard Todd. Wednesday through Saturday. "Don't Worry, Will Think of a Title" with Morey Amsterdam and Rose Marie. LA FONDA DRIVE-IN Tonight through Wednesday, "The Bedford Incident" with Richard Wiclmark and Sidney Poitier and "Good Neighbor Sam" with Jack Lemmon. Thursday through Saturdav. Sommer and Hofst fiuchot Ifij "Help" with the Beatles. Next weekend, "Inside Daisy Clover" with Natalie Wood and t * m- « • ,« ,.™ XT Christophe Plummer aftd "Up Last T.mes ton.gli , The Na- f { ^ Beach ,, wUh cuff R £ d and the Brave with Eke;. , . m . ^ _. , bertson and Trina Demick. ing reception at the Museum from 2:30 until 5 p.m., to whichi" Tll c Heroes of Telemark'"j the public is cordially invited.;With Kirk Douglas and Richard: The exhibition will remain on Harris and '"King Rat" with! view through June 23rd. George Segal and Tom Courtney. YUCCA DRIVE IN PATCH OF Bl/UK — Shelly Winters, Wallace Ford and Elizabeth Hartman star in the film which won an academy award for Miss Winters as best supporting actress. The film starts Wednesday at the State Theater. NAKED AND THE BRAVE — Elke Sommer and Horst Bucholz star in this first run film which plays last times tonight at the Yucca Drive In. Also showing is "Help" with the Beatles. FEAR NO EVIL — The sinister Fu Manchu, played by Christopher Lee, seems immune to the attack "of his captive Walter Rilla in the film which opens today at the Lyceum Theater. Co-featured is "Coast of Skeltons" with Dale Robertson. james macarthur martin balsam/wally cox/eric portman Whatever CHEVY' Choose the low-cost Chevy-Van...pick from a pair of panels,..or 11 basic Step-Van models. ,!f you've got a load to keep under covpr-anv c re 'load from 175cubicfeetto49/cubicfL-et-Cf ; i- 's equipped to handle it for you in the most economical manner. In fact, your Chevrolet dealer ofi-s the widest range of covered delivery vehicles on market. All delivering lower costs because of f.'H; C' I Of lL.Jt: -c ; : ".-n« rfficipncy-and because •'< i : -v corv;.tru' w tion that rcelps For any type or. or K.;al, thru-way or alleyway! Select from the most complete line of covered delivery trucks., jt your Chevrolet dealer's; MOVE OUT IN MAY the Chevrolet Way. 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