The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida on October 25, 1971 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida · Page 2

Orlando, Florida
Issue Date:
Monday, October 25, 1971
Page 2
Start Free Trial

Central Florida Civic Tteatsr '350,000 LAST LAP October 25 - November 26 Vol. 87 No. 161 42 PagCS iti sentinel Stir Company 'Tis a Privilege to LiVe in Central Florida Orlando, Florida, Monday, October 25, 1971 SENTINEL TELEPHONB GArden 1-4411 Inside Headlines O Kissinger's Departure From Peking 'Delayed .... Pg. 3-A Toronto Arsenals Seized After Kosygin Death Tip ... Pg. 3-A Resnick Faces Clearwater Court In Gang Murder .... Pg. 13-A r 10 Cents Miami 30 N. Y. Jets 11 Atlanta 28 New Orleans ... . 6 Philadelphia . . . 23 N.Y. Giants.... 7 Chicago 28 Detroit 23 THE PPIOS- S. Francisco .... 26 St. Louis 14 Pittsburgh 23 Houston .16 Denver 27 Cleveland 0 San Diego 20 Buffalo 3 Dallas 44 Kansas City .... 27 N. England .... 21 Washington .... 20 Los Angeles .... 30 Green Bay .....13 Oakland. 31 Cincinnati 27 QUESTION! AND ANSWER Tod-? fwsf tn Question and An-fjctr is Tempest Storm, cut en of the strip f.cpt cxrently eppcaring in Orlsndx 5f tr&? crested three times en te e::-s v-:i-:ep"ess crdinence but fie cut irzs existed n vi.nicipd Hope Springs Eternal At Uotcl Ceremony .Disney Gets White 4) t 0 A 0 Have ycu era been married? I have as S-yeir-c'd child, so, of ccurse, I've been married.' I'm divorced sew. Do you want to be married? j Do you think a girl from; burlesque can settle down and become a good wife? be ins i I don't know about 4-4. :j v.. t a. girls from burlesque make good wives. I think everyone should belong to someone. One reason girls from burlesque make good wives is that they know how to keep a man happy. And basically, every woman, to a certain extent, is a stripteaser. OWhen guys ask you for dates, do they think that because you take off your clothes in public you ought to do it in private? A I don't like the question, but I think most men do think a stripteaser would be the easiest person to get in bed. After they meet the girl, nine times out of ten, they find it's harder to take a stripper to bed than a secretary. Most of them are ladies in this business. r "V if r i Op life ! 0 A O Who do you rate as the top burlesque performer of all time? I believe Lily St. Cyr is one of the greats. Gypsy Rose Lee is on an even scale with her. Briefly, what is a typical day for you and what do you do after the show? A I usually sleep till 10 a.m., get up and have breakfast, then I start getting ready for the first show at 1 p.m. It usually takes me at least two hours to get ready. I do two shows in the afternoon, two in the evening. Afterwards, I have coffee with friends, if I have some in town. Otherwise, I go to the motel, take a bath, brush my hair, take off my makeup and sleep six to eight hours. When I work supper clubs, it's different. I have the days to myself, if I want to I play golf, swim, go boating, see a movie or read. 0 Has the average guy in your audience changed much over the years? A No. They're basically the same. We get older men, middle -aged guys, young guys. A lot of college kids, especially on Friday and Saturday. As a matter of fact, I am planning to make a tour of colleges. We're calling it "Burlesque Goes to College." 0 1 ..i"- a I i w- . v--j..:; ynv :t 4 ' ' " 'A i WXmm ' l t i Wli " J j -iiiiiniil . ijh! - ! mull (Sentinel Phots by Frank Russell) FESS PARKER, WIFE IN CELEBRITY PARADE . . . Greeted by WDW Executive Vice President E. Cardon Walker The Vantage Point LISJ Months Of Peace Efforts Futile, Johnson Recalls This is the ninth in a series of 12 articles excerpted from "The Vantage Point" by former President Lyndon B. Johnson in which he recalls his five years in the White House. In this installment Johnson discusses the effectiveness of Vietnam bombing pauses and the efforts for peace. In the summer of 1965 I came to the painful conclusion that an independent South Vietnam could survive only if the United States and other nations went to its aid with their own fighting forces. From then until I left the presidency, we had three principal goals: to insure that aggression did not succeed, to make it possible for the South Vietnamese to build their country and their future in their own way and to convince Hanoi that working out a peaceful settlement was to the advantage of all concerned. THOSE THREE main strands of action defeating aggression, building a nation, and searching for peace were tightly braided together in all that we, the other allies, and the Vietnamese tried to (Continued On Page 4-A, Col. 1) Nixon Pays Tribute On eningDay By JEAN YOTHERS Sentinel Staff President Nixon saluted Walt Disney World Sunday as the Magic Kingdom's grand opening weekend whirled on with Bob Hope topping the stars mingling with more' than 30,000 visitors. An estimated 70,000 persons have visited the entertainment complex in the first two days of the three-day opening extravaganza. H.R. Haldeman, Mr. Nixon's chief aide, presented an American Flag on behalf of the President to Roy E. Disney, board chairman of Editorial, Pg. U-A Related Storks, Pgs. 12-A, 1-D, 4 D Walt Disney Productions and brother of the late Walt Disney. ALSO present was Ronald Ziegl-er, the President's press secretary. The flag, which has flown over the White House, is the first Mr. Nixon has personally sent to anyone, Haldeman said. It will fly over Main Street, U.S.A. Hope, world's master emcee, brought out his bag of gags as he officially opened the spectacular 1,057-room Contemporary Resort Hotel before hundreds of special guests gathered in the hotel's Grand Canyon Concourse. The fabulous Polynesian Hotel was also . dedicated during the day. Paying Walt Disney World the supreme compliment "for anything man made," Hope quipped, "Ralph Nader would like it." THE COMEDIAN'S rib-tickling monologue and side splitting asides were a high point of the opening. He was funny during the portion taped for Friday's NBC television spectacular and even funnier off camera ad libbing. "I'm going to walk across the lake for you after this is over," he joked, off-camera. (Continued On Page 12-A, Col. 1) . Monday Movniiuj Report Andy Wiffii:i.v Filth For Sale-It's Big Money Game What's the toughest show business town? And what's your favorite? A I think New York is the toughest, because they are more or less critics there, instead of audiences. Of course, they have complete nudity there too, and after they've seen that, what do you do for an encore? The best town, my favorite, is Orlando. And Chicago is great. So is Las Vegas. (Continued On Pg. 16-A, Col. 3) A few years ago, Playboy Magazine was about the spiciest material readily available in Orlando. More daring offerings were on sale, but were pretty difficult to purchase. They were usually hidden under counters, and produced only on request. Today, purple pornography flourishes in Orlando. Playboy and its generation of newsstand sex pale before the new breed. AND A new pornographic offering the peep show is popping up in area adult book stores, themselves rapidly multiplying. At last count there were six. The peep show is a two-minute movie detailing raw sex. Customers can view reel after reel, as long as their quarters hold out. The movie booths, usually located in the rear of the stores, aren't the only big money makers for the publishers and sellers. Some of the publications cost $10 and more a copy. FRUSTRATED law enforcement officers, bewildered by mazes of court decisions attempting to define obscenity, say pornographcrs are flooding the Orlando market with everything available. They're doing it because the demand is there at very high prices. "It's fantastic," says Lt. Bobby Tanner of the Orange County Sheriff's Department vice squad. "We ought to get them for robbery instead of pornography. "IT'S JUST been in the last year that this stuff has come out in the open. Court decisions have hampered us. We don't really know what we can do because we don't know what's obscene." (Continued On Page 16-A, Col. 1) ouse r 1 -i 4 i if ' I. - Si $ I i k Am7'' 1 ; ' y : &Al I I U.i ,1.1 (Sentinel Phots by Andy Hickman) BOB HOPE WOWS 'EM AT WALT DISNEY WORLD . . . Comedian on hand for opening, taping of television special Stars Fall On Disney ... It's Day Of Autographs By TOM FIEDLER Sentinel Staff Stargazers, autograph seekers and movie magazine fans enjoyed their own version of Fantasyland Sunday as a host of "stars" toured Walt Disney World, delighting thousands of surprised visitors. The celebrities, a star-studded galaxie from Rock Hudson to Johnny Bench, trailed through the Magic Kingdom like Pied Pipers hotly pursued by notebook-clutching autograph hounds and camera-toting tourists. Many, folio wing gasped introductions, asked the celebrities to pose with them to show the "folks back home," just as Winnie the Pooh had posed with them earlier. OTHERS, not quite willing to trust their own eyes, skeptically asked friends, "Say, doesn't that fellow look a lot like so-an-so?" but let their interest go at that. Typical, however, was Walt Pyt-ko's reaction: "I've seen them all today fantastic But the only one who really appeared to eat up being recognized as a celebrity was Cesar Romero. He was walking down the middle of the street waving at everybody and winking at the ladies. He's got real class." Most of the others, Walt explained, moved furtively through the park as if to indicate "I'm not really who you think I am" in hopes of remaining unmolested. ROMERO topped more than one dazzled visitor's celebrity list setting what must now be the unofficial record in crowd interest outside of the Disney rides. "My favorite is definitely Romero," said Mrs. H. L. Baker of Cocoa Beach. "He just seems like such a nice person. He even stopped and posed for us." Rock Hudson, the housewife's movie idol, ran a dead heat with Romero in crowd interest, but took (Continued On Page 12-A, Col. 1) The Weather Clear to partly cloudy through Tuesday. High in mid 80s. Winds northwest to north at 6 to 16 m.p.h. Sunrise 7:Jl, Sunset 4:47. Meenrlsa 1:17 .m., Moonset 11:11 p.m. Mormnq star Snltirn. Evening Start Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter. For 14 Hours Ended I p.m. Yesterday: Temperatures, Hiqh M, Low 71, Mean M , Normal 71 Relative Humidity 7 a m. II per cent; 1 p.m. 11 7 9n. Precipitation, .14 In.; Mon'.h't Total 154 In.) Normal for October, J.St In.; Years's Total J4.7J ln.l dellcienry through September, 10 04 In. Hiehest Wind Velocty, I) m.h. at 4 p.m. from W N W Barometer, 7 P.m. 1. ln. 7 p.m. It.H In. (Map and other reports n Pg. I B.) Index Astrology 5D Obituaries 2B Classified 2B Opinion ISA Comics 4D Sports 1C Editorial HA Television 7D Financial 1IA Weather SB Movies 6D Women ID

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 20,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Orlando Sentinel
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free