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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 15, 1968
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Palm Boaih Post, Friday, Nov. 13, 196841 Theaters Today MX A RATON "Boston StrjnKler. 2 2x 4 I5. P LAV ROY "(omr I'Ijv Wim Mf." 2 1X1. 4:K). 6l. H:m lumi. "SuttJr DafkK." i IK). Via). T:il. Sinatra Through With Los Angeles sections, he is disenchanted with other things besides the foul air. "I don't like the city government or the wax things are run in Los Angeles." he said. "There is no public transportation system, and the voters turned down the latest proposal for one." The proposal for j rapid transit system bund issue w as voted down Nov. 5. "The opera and symphotn go begging for money," Sinatra went on, "and the museums can't get great paintings to put on the wall. The whole city needs cleaning up." He conceded he will have to come to Los Angeles to record, make movies am' tape television shows. "But I'll live in hotel rooms and get back ut here to the desert j soon as I can where a .nan can get a breath of Angeles and Hollywood." declared an angry Frank Sinatra. "The air isn't fit to breathe, so I'm clearing out." "I'm selling my house and everything else 1 own in Los Angeles." the singer aid. He vowed to make his permanent home in this desert resort area, "where a man can get a breath of fresh air." Sinatra said his doctor convinced him he must move out of the smog to protect his voice. "The smog is so bad I had to visit my doctor three days a week because my nose and throat are affected b it. I haven't got too many years of singing left and I have to take care of myself. It's a matter of my own personal welfare." Although Sinatta lives in the posh Bel-Air district, considered less smoggy than some RIVIKRA DuffN. REACH i DRIVE-IN "Shakiest (,un in the ttt-sl," 7'0ft. "Hana Km Hinti." .n(i. "Return of the Sewn." 11 Mi. "TneWai West." U..1U. BOI LF.VAKD i DRIVE IN) "In'.asion ot the Animal People." 7:01), "Conqueror Worm." ti:40. "Terror of Blood Hunters." lit: 15. OELR.AY DRIVE-IN I "B.irbarella. 7 tut. 10 2 "Maroc 7. SKVDROME I DRIVE-IN I "Live a Little Love a Little." 7:00. in:. "Bui kskin,"8:3U. TR AIL I DRIVE-IN I "Y'Xllte Kunawavs." 7:UU. 10:25. "Spin Jupiter-Tequesta Sets Yule Theme JUPITER-TEQUESTA The theme for this year's Christmas parade will be "An . Old Fashioned Christmas," Parade Chairman Larry Cous-lno announced Thursday. "Any organization interested in entering a float or marching unit," Cousino said, "should contact the Jupiter-Tequesta Jaycees, P.O. Box 245, Jupiter, or phone me. The parade will be held Dec. 21.' ( AKKKKKE "Dulfv." 2: 10. A lio. .1 ). T:45.l:l. COLONY ilerludc"7:2U. FLORIDA 2WI1: A Space ixhssw." 2.IHI. 5: Ml. 8:30. LAKE "With Six You Oct EBiroll." 3: Kl. ..tS.7.).:4S. U)LWS 'IN KM A BOVNTON "CarpplbaEitrrs. ' 7:1)0. "Nevada Smith, h .uj LOKW'SCINKMA 71 "Helna.' 2 mi. 4:1m. ft. Ml. HI. Vi m PLAZ "Boston Stlancler. :U0. .1:10. i i Students Raise Funds For Pole NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) -Newport teen agers have donated $150 to pay for a flagpole in a park that was broken off at Its base on Halloween. Roger R. Roberts Jr., 18, a senior at Rogers High School gave the money to the City Council Wednesday. It was raised during eight separate assemblies at the high school. Roberts told the council that the students wanted to show that only a small percentage of the city's youths were troublemakers. Actors Workshop presents . 3 . i fresh air. There's no such thing in Los Angeles." "My doctor told me to stayout of town if I could." Small,) said. "And I can. I have an apartment in New Vuik OH and I just bought an apartment in San Francisco. "Now there's a grown-up, swinging town." I-IKS I K I A Relax! It's only a movie! us only a r JAMII JAMII . CCBURN MASON FOX , YORK 22?l TICMNICOlO (J i ni.unii nimn" BRIAN FRIEL'S amwdv .success IMIILADI'LIMIIA, IIKIIK I COM!!! directed by KING I' AGE WVd. thru S . Nov. 2V 2:1 8 .0 p.m. tickets $i.00 n embers KRKK 8:12-5194 'United Press International) NEW TALENT Pixies are dying out in the entertainment field, except one. She is (Joidie Hawn, the happy dingaling who giggles and reads lines on the "Rowan and Martin Laugh-In." "My real name is Goldie," she says. "It's a family name from my great aunt who had red hair and a cousin with black hair. All of us are named Goldie. R f 1 1 M E I I jfitE MOVIt TIME ClOCK fOI t fl T U I OVIE TIME ClOCK FOR F E A T U CHINCH BUGS? SOD WORMS? phone TOMASELLO 585-2551 Duffy Starring 3:, 3 SENSATIONAL HITS 1 "CONQUEROR WORM" 2- "INVASION OF ANIMAL PEOPLE" 3- "TFRROR OF BLOOD HUNTERS" OPEN 1:30 V?C Todoy thru Tuesdoy J r 60Mil2 fv. 1 Action Hits Swap Shop Sun 1 Actor's Workshop Sets Production James Coburn James Mason j ttlVlUA I JUJTOHU J NO I "Shakiest Gun in the West" 'Hang 'em High" ON U 4 NO I 2 OtlftAT UCH ADULT ENTERTAINMENT JANE FONDA "BARBARELLA' I ON ui NO I lAKf WOOTH 2 4 James Fox Susannah York r4j r ii By VERXON SCOTT I PI MnllvHood t rrespondent PALM SPRINGS. Calif. (L'PIi "I've had it with Los Joins Court WASHINGTON ( AP) Wil t liam H. Darden, former chief of the Senate Armed Services Committee Staff, was sworn in Wednesday as an associate judge of the U.S. Military court of Appeals. The oath was administered by Chief Judge Robert Quinn. Darden, 45, was named by President Johnson to the unexpired term of the late Judge-Paul Kildav, which runs to May 1, 1976. Darden, a native of Union Point, Ga., received his law-degree from the University of Georgia and was a U.S. Navy officer in World War II. T IN CENTER OF LAKE WORTH I PHONE 582-3615 MATINEE EVERY DAY 1ST SHOW 2:00 ADULT HITS 2 X - . icrutjirnt nc A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR CRIME , U CAPER! BIG HITS ELVIS PRESLEY & MICHELE COREY OCMIRAL LIVE A LITTLE, LOVE A LITTLE" Barry Sullivan & Wendell Corey "BUCKSKIN" AIR CONDITIONED mm t in i "Return of the Seven" "The Way West" BIG COLOR HITS GENE BARRY , MAROC 7" 967-2500 ELVIS PRESLEY MCDIIMIIT'' rinuui Davis Roads - lake Worth -..S jr . 1 Todau The Actors Workshop production of llriun Friol's comedy, Philadelphia. Here I Conic," will be prcsrnlccl .it the Norton (iallery Theater from Wednesday. Nov. 20 to Saturday, Nov. 2.1 The unique tale about a youtiK Irishman's last day in his homeland before emigrating to Philadelphia is told in a humorous manner with flashbacks and daydream scenes of future glories. Walter Kerr of the New York Times said, '"Philadelphia, Here 1 Come' is a funny play, a prickly play, and finally a most affecting play, and the pleasure it gives is of a peculiar kind." The play will be presented without conventional scenery but with special lighting designed by Bob Holley and Marie Semitekol, seniors in the oskAR Umbm lTOER lEKRB ... MUST IT rtADDEN XJONCE TO FVIRVONr?walw' Drama department at Florida Atlantic L'nivorsiu . Sam Moree plays the young man, and his omnipresent, devilish, and ever-Irish alter ego is played by Wayne Craw-lord, lioth are Actors Workshop members and drama seniors at FAC. Other workshop members in the cast are Carol Dowell. Angus MacPhcrson, .Jacqueline Bent. Vince Adams, Richard Wagner. Michael Gallant and David Legge. Guest performers art-David and Glachs Taulman, Gary Bell, Dan Fichenbeiger, and C''y Tiller from the Drama School ot the new Palm Beach Atlantic College. The play is directed by King Page. The stage manager is Michael Gallant, assisted by Cathy Hoffman. Admission is free to Norton members. Non-member tickets' are available at the box otliee. MOVIE AUDIENCE GUIDE The followiriK rating rieMiKiiatinn tv (he Motion Picture A snot in t ion of Amenta applies to liims released alter Nov. I, IHdH and in liemg run as a public service hv thin newspaper to acquaint the view inn audi ence with thin new system. Hating symbols appear in individual theater adit 0 - Suggested for General audiences. M Suggested for Mature audtencea (parental discretion ib advised) K - Restricted. Personii under h not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian. X Pe-sont under lti not admitted. f C 1ST WPB SHOWING A PATTY McCORMACK L "YOUNG 0 RUNAWAYS" Corner Lake Worth & 1ST SHOW IMG GRRTR PALM BERCH me is a pin-up photographer who doesn't want to get pinned down! 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