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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                WOKEN PANE Uwli Blitt 609E St reported to city police Sat urday night thai a of glass m hisgarage door was broken when a stone was thrown at the door incttant occurred time Friday night The garage is located at the rear of Blalls home More than onehalf of Ameri can women over 65 are Entertainment Tonight AT THE SHO BAR SIXTH WILLOW STS LEBANON PA Kenny Dino and Centurions FEATURING Linda and Sandy Go Go DIRECT FROM BOSTON Tht Lighter Side Virus Tennis Season Sunset Beer Distributor 1 Mile N of Leb on 7lh St at Bargaintown OPEN ALL DAY TUES FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE In November Tradition f ByDICK WEST WASHINGTON UPT November traditionally mark the official opening of the virus tennis season Americas mostwidely played sport DuriiiK the next several months ple will be batting cold jrernis back and forth in school room home and officeVtournaments SincePresident Johnson is in Texas and may not return in time to throw outthe first flu bug we will med to Revise some other form of opening ceremony Fortunatelyi I happen to have some appropriate ma terial at hand A leading aspirin company Bayer recently conducted a nationwide survey to collect folk medicine remedies handed down through the years by survivors of virus tennis matches Sundry Listed below are a few of the more interesting palliatives turned up by the survey Take garlic capsules and vinegar pickles Minn Drink buttermilk and soda water Carthage Tex Sniff a teaspoon full of a mixture of glycerine rose water and myrrh Tucson Ariz Heat beer in a small pan drop in it a piece of camphor with It General A H Siackpole A complete word history of our Common wealth coveringhistory politics industry culture and many other aspects of life past and present in Pennsylvania Daily at AM on and drink it hot Mich Bay CiLy DiNunzios Cocktail Enil of Htnhcy KouU 422 Singalong with Frank X Miller Serving Delicious Italian American Foods Dial Hershey 5332885 CARTOONS PETER JENNINGS NEWS HOUR OF STARS Prt n THE SECOND GREATEST Starring JEANNE GRAIN V S 12 O Clock High Jesse James Shenandoah Peyton Place STOP Or Coll At Wtnhler Beverage 757 Moplt Foriji Cose Of Your COLD BEER BUY BY THECASI txtco Ff Rex Open 7 AM Midnight Place a poultice of hot mashed onions on your chest New lad Today In History There is no guarantee that any of these will improve yovn game but if you care to tr some at your own risk be my Sliest In many areas Novemboi also marks the end of the running away from home season for disgruntled s m n 1 1 boys There is something about the onset of chilly weather that causes a lad to decide thai his parents arent so bad after all RunawayTale I know of no better way to commemorate the passing of that season than to relate a story told to me by a friend who works in the Pentagon He has a young son whom I shall call Little Ignatz recently decided thai he could no longer coexist with his mother and notified her that he was leaving home Okay she said using the psychological ploy that most parents apply to such situa tions Ill help you pack Somewhat crestfallen the kid shuffled clown to the end of the block tarried there about 15 minutes and then headed back His mother who had been watching him from a window began washing the dishes as though nothing had happened Ignatz came in and after waiting for a welcome that didnt materialize finally broke the silence Well he said I see youve still got the same old cat THI AI50C1ATID Mill Today is Monday Nov 1 the Math day of 19H5 There are BO days left iulliq year Todays higjilight in history 0n this date in 1952 the Unit ed Styles exploded the rirsl hy drogen bomb at Kniwetok Atoll inthe Marshall Islands On this date In 1500 the Italian sculptor Bcnvemito Cellini was born lu ITfifl the English lax on the American colonies the Stamp Act wasplaced in force the Continental Con gress approved a lottery to de fray military expenses n 1884 the US money ordei system was established In 1950 two Puerto Kican fa natics tried to shoot their way into Blair ilousc the temporary residence of President Harry S Truman Ten years Mar garet formally announced thai she would nol marry British Aii Force Gump Capt Peter Town send Five years ago 1resident Dwight D Eisenhower stated that Unilnd States would lake any steps necessary to defend its naval base at Giiantanamo Cuba i Monday November 1 1965 DaftLint How Can You Handle A Hostile Father IJy ELE ami WALT UULANEY Dear Kle and Walt Whal does a normiillfi year old do when she hates her father That shocks you doesnt it Well Ive jjot jjood reason believe me Mv Community Concerts Begin At LHS Tonight The duo piano team of Eden and Tamil1 will open thft 1MVM concert season of the Lebanon County Community Concert As sociation tonight at prn in the Lebiinon High School au ditorium j Hriicha Eden and Alexander father treatsme as if I were a leper and hasnt from Israel kissed me goodnight for well over a year awful temper has anari now United T and if 1 disagree with him ori something for tluir foilrlh North he says Im talking smart and slaps me across the lace lmirln rccpnl monthl He does things on purpose to irritate me so Ill ell T rave him to stop and then hell get mad and make a bitfpnndp scene He even yelled at me white were in church Paris Home and Zurich Iomght he got mad at something left the dinner table and went into the living room to pout like a spoiledbrut of about 5 1 try to Ignore him but how can you ignore a manjincl who lives in the same house with you Please answer i1 soon or therell beno one to answer to Ill be in an ary aml thfl Goldpl1 Cur Some memberships are still available for the community conceit season which will also include the New Orleans Phil monic Orchestra in Kebru insane asylum tain Quarter in March IflfiS Series lickets for adults and students will be available at the door at tonights concoct The Highest tides in ths United Slates are rrrorclprt at Dear Help The hostility yon describe is common in too majny households and usually occurs because the father finds it impossible U adjust lo the blooming woman who is his daughter Wed be doing you a great disservice if we tried lo suggest any course of action on the basis of your note Instead may we ask you o send yourname a nflro 2 r address and well refer you to family counselors in your home town Moth you and your dad need onthespot help and fast Dear Wall and Ele T just read the letter from Undecid ed wanting to know if he should One year American eo to the church parly with the jet bombers were destroyed with tlie higgest bust in the 22 other planes damaged in aQl8hth and it brought let Cong attack on the US air back Painful memories Times Change PUSHNIKS Waterfoll Room TheatreRestaurant 1352 Cumberland St INTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY Teddy Rich Featuring MISS P J Vince Murphy News Croces Gaie Sand Hill Road Dining Room Open Tomorrow Election Day Bar Room Opens At 9PM The Almanac y UNITED PftESf IKT2KMATIONAL Today is Monday Nov 1 the 305th dayof 1965 with 60 to fol low Te moon is in its first quar ter The morning star is JupHer The evening stars are Mars Venus and Saturn In 1765 the Stamp Act levicc by the British crown to raise revenue in the American colo nics went into effect In 1918 the Hapsburg mon arch of AustriaHungary wa dissolved asBudapest became the capital of the Hungarian re public and Vienna the capital o Austria In 1948 political pollsters pro dieted Thomas Dcwey wotiU riefeal Harry Truiium in the presidential elections In Cuban Premier Fide Castro ruled internaliona bodies could not check to see il Soviet missiles had teen pulled out of Cuba A thought for the day mer President Harry Truman said The responsibility of the great stales is lo serve and no lo dominate the world jase al Bienhea in South Viol Xam and WALT Hollywood Playwright Will Write Film Script From NY Home By BOB THOMAS AP MovieTelevision Writer HOLLYWOOD AP Once upon a Hollywood time play vrights came west with high lopes and salaries to match eager to adapt their plays into screen classics The same playwrights inevila ily slunk back to Broadway disheartened by factory work conditions and unfeeling produc and ended up writing satir ic plays about Hollywood Times change as evidenced by the example of Neal Simon This moonface balding young man has produced the most successful string of come dy plays since Kaufman met Hart Having enjoyed1 a two year run with Come Blow Your Horn Simon turned out a big ger hit with Barefoot in the Park and then a bigger one with The Odd Couple Jn be tween came a wellreceived mu sical Little Me Simon came to Hollywood on his own terms He was here briefly for con ferences with Hal Wallas who will produce Barefoot in Ihe Park for Paramount The talks were highly satisfactory said Simon We discussed how the story would be treated and whoinight bo cast We agreed on Robert Red ford who played the husband on Broadway The girl may be Geraldine Chaplin I saw a test of her and I must say she is enormously appealing Mildred Natwick who played the mother in the original may repeat her role in the film When I was 10 years old 1 vore a H2B size braand even n high school in proportion to he rest of me my chest was quite conspicuous I feel sorry or the girl who invited Unde cided People think that because girl is stacked that her mor als are very low No matter if she is nice and goes out of lier way to buy clothes that do not iraw attention to her figure peo ple still refuse to believe shes lecent 1 have many painful memories of dates with boys that I liked Inever dated them more than once or twice because they soon made it clear what they ex pected and why Walt was very right in saying that a girl with a large bosom can have her feelings hurl just as easily as her lessendowed sisters As a matter of fact they are very sensitive about their condition I am 21 married and a moth er and unfortunately I am stil growing I wish I could say thai the situation has changed but 1 cant People still llrink that mj big bust gives them the privi lege of making jokes at my ex pense But at least Im lucky in one respect my husband like and respects me just the way BUT HAPPV Liberate Noting His 25th Year As Entertainer Ry VliRXOX SCO IT U1M Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD They augh when Liberace sits down o Play but it wasnt always Key DriveIn Closed Until Fridar FrL SaL Sun 4FEATURES4 Dear Hurt Thanks for help ing us all realize that only pro fessional exhibitionists appre ciate busty jokes Lets hope your words make some fellows think AND WALT Annual Parade For Halloween Held In Richland Nov 1 About 2 000 attended the annual Rich land Halloween parade Friday night sponsored by the Ameri can Legion Lions Club and the Neptune Fire Co Division One children un der 12 cutest 1st Joan Mayer 2nd John Gerhard 3rd Scotl hits The dimpled darling of the keyboard iscelebrating his 25th anniversary as a virtuoso and luring an inlerview he recalled hat his first professional engagement didnt elicit a single yok H was back in 1941 when he debuted as a soloist for Ihe Chicago Symphony Orchestra Liberace whipped out concerto in A major and the audience went ape They called him back for seven curtain calls For that engagement he wore white tie and and there was nary a candelabrum in sight Encouraged by his recep lion Liberacu repeated th performance in his home town Milwaukee As Liberace turns the quartercentury mark he is making drastic changes in his career IMans Limited Schedule now on Im going to limit my musical career to six months a year he said Ive become an interior decorator and i own an antique shop here in Los Angeles Liberace attracted little at tention during lunch at the Brown Derby Possibly because he went unrecognized in a seersucker jacket and conser vative trousers But a closer examination disclosed a dia mond clustered candelabrum ring and a gold and diamond wristwfUch in the shape of a piano Asked why his garb was so plcbian he replied You have to pay to see the other outfits His smile ACADEMY LAST 2 DAYS Evenings At YOU CANT ATOM TO MISS IT IISTBW Hernley mosfSyigiiial 1st Lynn fact he will write the Now You Know UNITED PRESS INTEKNATIONAL The preparation of bread in cake or loaf forms can be I raced back to the Slone Ape accord ins to the Encyclopedia Britan nica foot script 3000 miles away New York is my home al ways has been always will be lie reasoned work better 30th ANNIVERSARY SHOW NEW SHIPSTADS JOHNSON ICE FOLLIES HERSHEY SPORTS ARENA Tuesday 7 thru Saturday Dec 11 Nightly at Saturday 15 9 PM Res Seals Tax Children Under Price Wed and Only For PhoM Orders Call Hershey 5339101 Or Cmtacl Ytir NtarMt Hershey Ticket Agtncy Qn Wiw JJOA there and besides thestory is iibout New York Im only a phone call away from the slu dio Why should I have to work on the lot HS HEflSHEY SPORTS ARENA HERSHEY PA Adult TkktH J fr D D rM Q I rM City The rapid rise in consumption of coal and oil has increased Ihe amount of carbon dioxide in the earths atmosphere Since dioxide helps Ihe earth lo hold theheat of the sun somesci 3rd Kred Strickler tallest 1st Robert Siegfried 2nd Michael Long 3rdJoseph fat Glenn Wlke 3rd Marilyn Yalin most patriotic couple 1st Re becca and Daniel 2nd Marion Cinder 3rd Val erieKapp and Mary Lou Strick ler funniest dress1 1st Lynn Keancr 2nd Bonnie Biiibaker most decorated tricycle 1st Walter Gjiulor most decorated iwagon 1st Rebecca and Dan entists predict that the earths rjenni temperature will increase ap niost decorated Umberger Division Two 13 and older most comical individual 1st preciably in the coming years This might have wideranging effects such as the melting of much polar ice and a rise in the sea level nd Teriv nu WLYHTV CBS for LEBANON MONDAY NOVEMBER 1 Room B o r I Karlofl Morion Marsh LOCAL NEWS Bell Weilher Lanclster News CBS Wilier Tell Truth Ive Got A Secret 1 30Lucy Show C Griffith C C Steve Lawrence Shew C J News IIHOLEBANON LOCAL Newt Bell WeMhr The Dorothy Lemiiur Duryei C COLOR IS HEREI Baker 3rd James Lapc most comical couple 1st Mr and Mrs Frank Leffler 2nd Mrs Violet Shoemaker 3rd Mr and 0 Long best appearing indi vidial Walter Zimmerman 1st Frank Yocum2nd Clar ence Bunerman 3rd Esther Hollcnbach and Hose Mestro mosl original persons 1st Con nie Jery 2nd Georgine Miller 3rd June Anspach and Michael Sheetz Division Three most com ical Hark town family group 1st Barry Hart man 2nd Pete Cinder and children most com ical family group 1st Waller finder 2nd Darrel Bomberg cr original family group stiamcs Hinder ami family muiut NOW SHOWING OBEY FU MANCHU OR EVERY LIVING THING WILL DIE MMKI THE FACE I OF FU NARCHU SHOWS 7 PM STARTS FRIDAY t SEAN CONNERY challenged for brilliance any ivory keyboard iJ he ever played as he looked back over his triumphs His most unforgettable moment in the past 25 years was his recordbreaking performance in 1952 al the Hollywood Bowl where 20000 fans turned out Another great moment was my 15155 appearance in Madison Square Garden he said I was Ihe first pianist lo play there since Padercwski in 1933 And of course Ill never THEY WENT UP LIKE MEN TNEY CAME DOWN LIKE ANfMMS royql command in London for forget the performance Queen Ifilixabeth in his early years Liborace was a serious concert pianisl but he learned that there is more money in laughs than a Bach fugue He still glissandos a little classical music in concerts and Ihe night club tour But most of his repertoire s pop stuff and palter My audience wouldnt cept a whole evening of classical music he explained The Liberace they pay to see is the one they used to watch on television j I tont pretend to br pianist Im an pnlertai ncrV That ho is That hej is HERSHEY rHlATOf TONIGHT TOMORROW GENGHIS KAHN Stephen Itayd Jamet Eli Wftllach FANAVIStONTICHNICOLOR Timi Pricei Studtntt Uniftr M V7J Unrftr 1J I 40 2nd Norman Brown Division our Marching or ganizations best appearance Brownies 2nd Richland Girl Scouts 3rd Rich land Cub Scouts Uli Richland Cadet Troop 1013 Division Kive lrloals 1st Klco KFA 2nd Milkreek Alum ni 3rd Elco 4H 4th Myers town Lions Slh Singing Ce dars lith HcidelbcTg Lions 7th Special Education Club Horses 1st David Ticssler best appraring hoises rfnd 2nd LuthfiMalhiasi Chaiijnun Ray his conimittrft thanikfrt ev eryone for appearing in the pa rade LAST TWO DAYS PM motion picture pour heart wilJ never forget WALT DISNEY DOROTHY FESS McGUIREand PARKER EVE FEATURES fc   

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