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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 41

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 28, 1968
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Tree Yield Deficit Predicted Palm Baicfc Pott, Thwcfcy, Nov. a, lKS-Ct iVb Fooling Don Knotts Does Bedroom Scene With Anne Francis A have been a good check, but I said no. I couldn't have looked my little girl in the eye if I did it." When Shopping I'se P-T Classified i. , - -y" By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) -The camera moved in closer, focusing on the couple sleeping on the heart-shaped bed. The girl, delectable in a shor-tie nightgown, was beauteous Anne Francis. The boy was Don Knotts. Don Knotts? Yes - Don Knotts. The broomsticlc-shaped comedian, the nervous wreck who walks like a man, the vertical quiv- r.r r er. He's gone romantic in his new film, "The Love God." Of course, it's all in fun. One look at the set proves it. Take the bed heart-shaped, with a red velvet headboard festooned with hearts and bearing two gold cupids rampant. A brassiere dangles from one of the cupids. Smack i the middle of the headboard is a big black sign labeled "Scoreboard," divided in 14 innings. Knotts wakes up slowly, stretches and his hand touches the soft, silky shoulder of the girl in the next pillow. Knotts does one of his takes and everybody breaks up. This story is his own idea, and Nat Hiken took it from there. It's about a publisher of a bird-watching magazine who is conned into becoming well, Hugh Hefner better look to his laurels. Hiken is directing, too, and this is his first feature film. He had never worked with Knotts before and is lavish in his praise of the comedian. "He's sxh a great actor," Hiken says. "You could do 'Hamlet' with him." When the scene was over, Anne threw a robe over her little nightgown and said she doesn't mind this kind of bedroom scene it was actually very modest and done strictly for laughs but draws the line at some things offered her. "I turned down one at MGM," she says, "because it meant stripping. It would WASHINGTON IAP) -American forests will fail to supply increased demands for timber within the next generation, witnesses warned a Senate subcommittee hearing. Congress has been "penny wise and pound foolish" for not giving federal timber management agencies enough money to increase harvests on a sustained yield basis, said Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore.. chairman of the Senate small Business Subcommittee. Lumber industry spokesmen said top priority should be given to inceasing timber yields from national forests. But Edward P. Cliff, Forest Service chief, argued that three-fourths of the nation's timber comes from private lands and the same efforts to boost productivity should be started there. "In all forest regions," Cliff said, "supplies of timber could be substantially increased by such measures as planting, thinning, stand .3 ' Thcaters Today "TWO OF IS" MICHEL SIMON LUCE FABI0LE A GREAT 10VE STORY t MAUI Sv: HUM M 4 V U .". kr BURTONS LEAVE - Elizabeth Taylor International Airport Monday night. The and her husband Richard Burton talk to Burtons arrived in Hollywood last week newsmen briefly before boarding an Air to attend the funeral of Miss Taylor's France plane for Paris at Los Angeles father, Francis Taylor. Hijackings Thwart Officials i-'iii'nii'i inn OPEN 1139 -v I ; v I s"Vith Six You (Tut BOCA RATON "Lady In Cement" 2 00. 3:55, 5:55, 7 55, 9 50. CAREFREE "West Side Story," 2:20, 5:20, J: 30. COLONY "The Two of Us," 7:25, 9:20. FLORIDA "2001: A Space Odyssey." 2:00, 5 00, 30 LAKE "Gone With the Wind," 2:00, 8:00. LL8 00. LOEWS CINEMA 70 "Lady In Cement," 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00, 10.00. LOEW'S CINEMA BOYNTON "Parent Trap," 7 00, 9:20. PLAZA "Coogan's Bluff," 1:00, 3 10, 5:20, 7:35, 9.50. PLAYBOY "Lust Weekend," 2 00, 4:00, 6 00. 8 00, 10:00, "Sexpert,"3:00, 5 00,7:00,9:00. RIVIERA "With Six You Get Eggroll," 7-25, 9 40. BEACH (DRIVEIN) "Speedway," 7:00, "Wild In The Street." 9 00, "Born Losers," 10:30, "Hell's Angels on Wheels," 12.20. BOULEVARD (DRIVE IN) "Stranger Returns," 7:00, "King Kong Escapes,"8:50, "Kona Coast." 10.35. OELRAY(ORIVE-IN) "Thunder ball," 7:00, 11:00, "From Russia With Love."9 40. SKYDROME (DRIVE-IN) "Ugly Ones," 7.00, 10:45, "The Secret War of Harry Frlgg," 00 WASHINGTON (APi - The typical reaction to each new report of an airplane hijacking could be: "That's incredible. Why doesn't someone do something about it?" The airlines, the federal government, aiicraft crews and others would reply: "We're tryin- e we're trying hard. But after all is said and done just what can we do'.'" h is 4ri IDorisvDiiviHrian Keith If Unlike other classics ?fli' WL Xl .; 'West Side Story' r tV 1 &f N ' grows younger! Kf' I jf i W II m It 4k-- WnhoFW -i!.ESTS,DEST0Rr k Pifl"i jfY - NATALIE WOOD wffnUI.'fy RICHARD BEYMER RIJSS TAMBLYN i;! , 1 m IjMTTTTTl RITA MORENO -GEORGE CHAKIRIS 11 &iaif PANAVI3I0N" if----- yillfr TECHNIC0'0R, Jff David I). Thomas, acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, calls the situation frustrating. He noted to a reporter that the criminals involved in most airplane hijackings go to Cuba, where they are beyond the reach of U.S. law. Furthermore, the nature of their crime is so dangerous as to inhibit resistance. 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