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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 45

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I:? Palm Btach Post, Friday, Nov. 15. 1!6 Man Held In Fraud Soviet Pianist Success fZ I, A Tennessee man was picked up In Palm Beach County Wednesday on a warrant charging him with misapplication of contract payments. Parlon R. Ogle. 45. who was living locally at 1228 Chicka-muga Ave., was held in Palm Beach Countv Jail todav under $10,000 bond. Information from Sevier County, Tenn., says Ogle is wanted in connection with the fraudulent use of about $10,000 from building contracts. The report said Ogle was a contractor in his home state. Ogle was arrested Wednesday by Sheriff's Detective Sgt. Anthony Uccellini. Uccellinl said Ogle was working as a carpenter on a construction project in the suburban Lake Worth area when arrested. JACK BENNY An invnlunt.in iliiiul liwn the Muscmv Conseiv.itniv Id e.irs ,iyi, Hie iivnmic Inokini; ii,inisi IimiikI his New Yurk Ii ininpli ,iil the nunc rc.iv.ui-i 1 1 U us it pi ved th.it he h.id ii l:, nned his prntmind love nl music. This Inve, he recounted, flut tt 1 1 tic his !(.( t.ipered linuers Hi the ,iir. h.id lieeun ;it the ,ii;e nt " In ii his mother h,nl si iiie.l him ,it the pi.iim ami Ins t.iiliei h.id si nmlt.i ihmiiisI v tucked ,i viulin under his chill. Th.it w.is in Kiev, in the I kl.lille. wllele he W.is fji'lll Si pi. 2. I'M-', .ind then in Lvov. here Hie family moved. LiL't'.tinu ,i cli:,llelle. the ele- i( , l W nrk Inn.-, . ,, mi. NKW YORK - Thi-iv is nullum: mi iiirluilic ;is i hi' toi-tiium sinini lit .1 , ,1 Y"i k vnri-. Alrx.imlrr Sluliiiil . .1 ni k. Ihr 'b w.ii nlil Snvii'1 pi .inM. i nni'M'l w nil .i smile "D.i. I .im h.ipps ," I lie lilutul '.uuni; iii.ui s,nd llii'umti .in m'i'.'pii-ici in .in i ii i -1 irw ,i! llir onus's .,! S'.l llun.k. his ii i.in .i u i'. SIMnid'. . 1 1) i k u .is ic ti irint; to reviews ol his nm nil in C.iineyie II, ill nn Sun ll.l . 'l ilirs (ieS( ! il)e( his l.il- enls .is "u ei powei in" .mil "the genuine article." .mil he ;,is t s ri ip. . 1 1 . J In Yl.klimii Ashkeii.isi. . 'he Kti-.-i.in virm I Wl. E.intly attired pianist laughed and said: "1 had to decide which instrument to play when I was X and went to music school. I opted tor the piano, not because I found it easier I didn't but because I thought I could express myself better through it." At lii Slobodyanik determined lo enter the Warsaw competition and placed seventh. Bitterly discouraged, he gave up practicing and was expelled from the ciin-rrvato-n. After reflection, he overcame tiis alienation and was readmitted to study with Vera ( .ornostaveva, with whom he si ill works. Two years ago he competed for the Tchaikovsky prize and placed fourth. His self confidence restored, he concertized in the Soviet Union and last year he played tor the first time in Western Kurope. Burn Victim ''Satisfactory' FORT PIKRCK A 17-year-old Fort fierce girl, Laura Kingrey, suffered burns on her forearms, legs and hands in a fire at her home, 204 Roselyn Ave., Tuesday. Officials at Fort fierce Memorial Hospital listed Miss Kingrey in "satisfactory" condition today. ' Neighbors said the girl was alone in the house when the fire broke out. She was unable to explain the nature of the fire, it was reported. TEEN DANCE SATURDAY. NOV. 16, 7 P.M. to 12:30 P.M. featuring "The .Missing Links" KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS HALL MARINE DR. off BELVEDERE RD., W.P.B. sponsored by Knights of Columbus ADMISSION Pur. how one ticket at the Knights of Columbui Hall foi S 1 00 for enhance fee lo the dance. Ticket good for $1,50 oft a Live Chmtmas Tree at King's Department Store in Lake Worth. This is a benefit to heat the K of C pool for Kids. Come one Come all 'V CLUB LOUNGE 1412 SOUTHERN BLVD. WEST PALM BEACH "ACTION" 24 HOURS -NOW APPEARING- JERRY JOHNSON 11 A.M. TO 7 A.M. COCKTAIL HOUR 5 P.M. TO 7 P.M. Our Restaurant Is Open 24 Hours. Servint The Finest In Food UPI Telepholo "Rochester is coming out of semi-retirement to appear Saturday on a Jack Benny special called "Jack Benny's Bay." Asked about his age, Rochester admits that if Benny is 39, he must he that old too. COMING BACK Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, whose name was made famous for nearly thirty years by comedian Jack Benny, hangs his name under Benny's on the dressing room door after nearly four years of absence. Palm Beach Jr. College Players 'resent BUY NOW AND SAVE! 4 TRACK TAPES ,J1" UP "PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME!" 67 8 TRACK TAPES Baku Flooded MOSCOW (UPI) - Heavy-rains triggered serious flooding in Baku, a Soviet city near the Caspian Sea, last weekend Pearl Bailey Talks About Next Book TONIGHT 0,1 A DM JR. COLLEGE AUDITORIUM 0. 14 I IlL ADULTS $2.00 - STUDENTS $1.50 BOX OFFICE Diroctod by PHONE 965-8000 FRANK LEAHY 4 & 8 TRACK HEAD CLEANING CARTRIDGES M.98 fCjLr for I iKL CIIHISTMVS IT'S HAPPENING AT THE STEREO j STF.RI.INT. 7T.' Y l.AKK IUAI). MIRTH I'M M HKAl II -MUSIC MTELY" r.lUilTZ HOUSE OF STEREO 6507 S. Dixn. Wwt Palm Bwch. Phon 585-1 MO Opn 9 to 6 Mon. thru Thurt. 9 lo 9 Fri. 9 to 7 on Sat. mm GUY & DENNIS THt POPULAR 10 3 NIGHTCLUB Y&3 ICROSS FROM j 1 fwii 'W$ ! mm m i AND PATTY DAVIS 3 SHOWS NITEtY (SUPPER SHOW 9 P.M.) TUES., thru SUNDAY 9-11-1 A.M. K'l lXYu YnrliTimesNi'HsSemn' NKW YORK On her dressing room door is a framed picture of a broad sweep of beach with a couple embracing in the distance and one printed word, "Love." And somehow it sums up what Pearl Bailey is all about as well as one word can. It's why Pearl Bailey the entertainer is branching out into Pearl Bailey the author, eager to spread "Pcarlie Mae's philosophy" across the country like peanut butter. Sitting back in a comfortable chair, leaning forward eagerly to make a point, brandishing a forkful of steak with elemental conviction, she talked about her next book, "The Hamburger World of Children." Miss Bailey originally had planned to make her book for the young, but now is leaning in the direction of advice to parents. "We have to teach children more about love for their fellow man," she explained, "but jf1 NOW APPEARING HIGHIIY BENNY LATIMORE WITH FREDDY SCOTT and the "Kinfolk" EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION BEACH CLUB rii;si;.TS "S-l-R" WITH . . . RIC STEELE FRIDAY-SATURDAY NITE SUNDAY . . . JAM SESSION 4 PM-10 PM SINGER ISLAND in the SEAVIEW HOTEL . SINGER ISLAND) Si Mi mjMiMk ammo,: tmtji&mMi i "GARMELITA" Latin American Fxnlir Dancing Star j i i l d i 5 s , si ii, i m m m maybe we have to teach it to the parents first." And that singular devotion to love and lamily discipline is what she hopes to impart in the book. Much of it comes out of her own family experience as a minister's daughter and with her two adopted children. "You'd be amazed how many mothers I meet say, 'Pearl, what am I going to do with him?' I tell 'em, teach him. We want 'em (our chll-'iren) to be hamburgers and cook 'em and put all the little morsels on training, discipline, love but we're not making well-done hamburgers, we're turning out tartar steak. "They never get a chance to get cooked, to get rid of the diseases of humanity. We grind 'em up too fast." With the Immodesty of most mothers, she admits freely that her son Tony, going on 15, and her daughter, Dee Dee, 8, are "intelligent, creative and full of love, musical and artistic. But she is also a firm believer that the children must be subject to discipline and hard work. She recalled a time when Tony was 11 and had elected to lose four or five notes that his teacher had sent home to her concerning the boy's behavior. "It seemed his teacher had chastised him and he had said to her, 'Do you know who I am?' "Her hands slash the air with conviction. "I went to school and for the first time I whipped him right in front of the principal and that teacher." 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