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Published Weekly 1v
P£K COPY During the Suh^er Season PER COPY
Mrs. James Newton, EDITOR
Jes sie Hard is on, A SSI STANT EDI TOR.
PHONE 2495 THURSDAY, AUGUST 23,1962 phone 2495
GHIMEY SWIFTS
BY ELIZABETH ROE TYSON
If you look up one of these sunmier
evenings and see flying overhead somethirg
which looks like a ”cigar idth wings^”
just put it down on your life of birds as
a Chimney Svdft, one of those fas&inating
little birds which skim througn the air^
taking insects as they go* The wings seem
to tinklej for the flight is very fast,
and you have the impression that the wings
are not beating in mison. However, slow
motion pictures have shown that the wings
do beat together, but that the various
parts of each wing may move at different
speeds and angles* This adds to the illu
sion of uneven flight, but it gives great
flexibility to the movements of the birds,
making it possible for them to follow the
exact flight of insects* This ususual
movement of the wings with the ability to
control each wing feather individually
Q0i35)ensates for the (CON»T TO PAGE 10)
HGH RE-SALE AND BAKE SALE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 25
The Woman *s Auxiliary of the High
lands Community Hospital will hold their
Re-Sale and Bake Sale this Saturday^
August 25> in Brown *s Store Building*
Tliis important event is for the bene
fit of our CoEmunity Hospital, and all
proceeds will go toward the purchase
of new hospital equipment.
Lovely and unusual hand made items
will be on sale, both items left over
from the Annual Hospital Bazaar and also
newly-made articles*
On sale in the way of baked goods
will be delicious breads, pies^ pastries^
cakeS} baked beans^ etc*
So remember the date, Saturday, Aug*
and remember our Highlands Commimity
Hospital*
HIGHLANDS CCIMMITY THEATRE PRESENTS
'•PRIVATE LIVES” NEXT WEEK
The Highlands Community Theatre goes
into rehearsal for its fotirth and fiml
production of the summer season with a
verve after the smash triim^jh of TEAHOUSE
OF THE AUGUST MOON last week* Breaking
even the high box office records set by
the opening production, THE LITTLE FOXES,
TEAHOUSE drew capacity crowds opening
and closing nights*
The final production for the season
will be Noel Coward comic classic^
PRIVATE LIVES* Opening August 29th,
LIVES will be directed by Morton Le\d.s,
his second this summer, (GGN*T TO PAGE 11)
The last issue of the galax
NEWS NEXT WEEK
The last issue of the GALAX IMS will
be next week, August 30, That publica
tion will mark the 13th issue for the
1962 season.
$44:, 568.15 FOR HGH DRI7E
With a total of 918 contributors^ the
Hospital Fund Drive amount has reached
the sum of $44^568*15
This week^s donors ares William
Flowers, Dr/M W* Bennett, R* F*
Dulany, 101 T, M* Cook, Victor H* SSjw
mers, Richard Beymer, yi/Vl David F«
Fusseljnian, J* C* Railey, Margery Railey^
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IMPORTANT NOTKOE
Theatre passes cannot be accept^
ed during BEN^HUR engagement.^—
13iur-Fri Aug 23-24
Red Buttons-Fabian-Barbara Eden in
"Fivt UJEEKS in fl BflLLOon"
in Color & Cinemascope
Matinee !Ihur at 2:30
Thur and Fri Mght at 7:30 & 9:30
Feature Approx* 20 Min* After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75^
Saturday Aug 25
Yul Erynner-Madlyn Rhue-Sal Mineo in
"Escrpe pRom ZfiHRflin"
in Color & Cinemascope
Matinee at 2:30...Night at 7:30 & 9:30
Feature at Approx. 2:55, 7:55, & 9:55
Adm 25^ & 6O0
Sun^Mon-Tue-Wed Aug 26-27-28-29
Charlton Heston-Jack Hawkins in
"6£n-HUR"
in Color & Cinemascope
Only one l^ow Sunday at eight o*clock
Note Earlier Sun Night Time—This is nec-
cessary because this Show is 3 Hours
55 Minutes in Length,
SPECIAL MATINEE TUESDAY AT 2:30
One Show Mon-Tue-Wed Nights at 7:30
Feature i^prox. 10 Min* After Show Starts
Aqm-.250 & 750
'ITH YEflR OF PUELICflTIOn
    

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