Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 20, 1967 · Page 16
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Nampa, Idaho
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Tuesday, June 20, 1967
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AHH LAHDERS What Does He Do for Encore? Dear Ann Landers: For the will save a lot of valuable time past 1 5 years ! have been a busy + + 4. executive. I do not agree with Dear Ann Landers: Please your stand dial the person who print your answer because both telephones is obligated lo give my mother and father read your the secretary his name. I find column and quote from it all it most annoying when I am asked the time. "Who is calling?" 1 have made Tlttre are seven kids in our it a rule never to give my name, family. I am a boy 13 and I Only one question is more ir- have ' ive sisters, ail younger ritating and I have learned how than : m - M ? Iiltl e brother is to get past it in a hurry. When 3 a secretary asks, "What is it The BEST SELLERS 1 DPI) TV IN REVIEW Idaho Free Press i Caldwll Ne^s-Tribime, TMes-fay, June 20.1967 - A5 "Mine doesn't go up and down!" TELEVISION LOG Responsibility for the correctness of leleviiion programs rest entire I/ upon the television Italians. This jiewjpaper can assume no responsibility lor errors in the Channel t\ KBOI-TV L TUESDAY, J U N E 20 4:00 Bowery Boys 5:00 CBS News wilh Walter Cronkite (C) 5:30 KBOI News Today 6:00 Gtlligaif s Island (C) 6:30 Red Skeiton (C) 7:30 Pellicoai Junction (C) 8:00 Away We Go (C) 9:00 Peyton Place 9:30 CBS Report "Hubert F. Kennedy 1 ' 10:30 Ten Thirty Report 10:45 Sports Final 10:50 Weather 10:55 Movie Time ' · S l i g h t l y Scarlet' Arlene Dahl, Rhonda Fleming 12:30 Mornine Headlines Channel -7 KTVB-TV / T U E S D A Y , J U N E 20 3:30 Ttie Fugitive 4:30 Mister Ed 5:00 HunUey-Brlnkley (C) 5:30 Big News 5:45 Weather 5:50 Sports 5:55 Business News 6:00 Tarzan (C) 6:30 Tuesday Night Movie (c) will be fair and print it. (from 5 to 11) get you wish lo speak to Mr. Doe awav wlth murder. They can about?" 1 reply, "I'd like to c ? me U P to me al **% time ^ know what his intentions are hit " le for no reason. H I in regard to my wife, " tel1 m ? f^eals they say, "Forget it. You are the oldest." I just thought you'd like io Will you please tell my why know how we less timid souls being the oldest gives my sis- handle these self-important sec- ters the right to hit me? I retaries. - SACRAMENTO have some friends who have (lie Dear Sac: Thanks for the same problem. Please answer clue-In. The trouble with those for all of us. -- BLACK AND cute answers is that you can BLUE. only use them once. What do Dear Black and Blue; I get you do for an encore, Mister? dozens of letters from kids who --- tell me their brothers and sis- Dear Ann Landers: 1 have ters come up and hit them "for been thinking about that girl's no reason." There is ALWAYS suggestion -- the one who said a reason. Maybe notaverygood if a boy friend wants to get inti- one, but it's a reason, never- male, she should ask him to theless. The solution is to have sign a paper stating that they such a friendly relationship witli went lo bed on such and such a your sisters that they will not night, so there will be no ques- WANT to hit you. lion about paternity if some- Apparently your mom and dad thing develops. are raising you to know that boys I think it's a good idea, Ann, are not supposed to hit girls but I have another idea which and they are to be complimented is equally good. I hope you for it. If your little sisters get iCtmfllei bj F»blhkrri' ffttkl;) Fltllon THE E1U11T1I IUY--Thori!lr.n Wlliln TUB ARRANGEMENT- Bill Kills THE SECRET OP SANTA VICTORIA-- Robeit Crlchtoa TALES OP MANHATTAN- Loun Auchlr.clou WASHINGTON r*C--Gr.rt Vld»] CAPABLE Or HONOR -- Alln Dltl) THE CHOSEN- Cllaini Polrk rATHKRS-lfnbm Gold VALLEY Of THB DOLLS -J m q u c l i n e susann THE CANDLESTICKS AND T H E CROSS--Huth Frfpman Eoloir.rn ROeKMARVB BABY In Lfnc I1NDEI1 THE EYE OF THE STORM -John \uiuf THE CAPTAIH~J«n de ll«rtc| NonlctOn THE DEATH OP A PRESIDENT-William Manchester UADAUI BARAH-- Corndtft Otis Bklncer THEAIITOBIOORAPHY OP BERTRAM RUSSELL-- ncrtnnd nuffrll EVERYTHING BUT MONEY -- (.In Lfvensnn EDGAR CAYCE-TIIB SI EEPINQ PROPHET--Jfis SteirD GAMES PEOPLE PLAY- Etic Brrr.e. M D DISRAELI--Rcbnl Blotf PAPER LION -- Oforjt Plimpton DIVISION STREET: AMERICA -S l u i l s Trrkf] Toff Selected WASHINGTON (I PI)-Rep. Robert Tail Jr., R-Ohio, a Yale man who took a law degree from Harvard, was named Sunday to a three-year term on the advisory council ot Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. JFK Inquiry Continues '·Touch of Larceny" James Mason, Vera M i l e s 9:00 Fugitive (C) 10:00 Nltcboat 10:20 Weather 10:25 Sports 10:30 Tonight Show (C) CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS overly pesty and take advantage BR; ^$ a ii 459-1505 Airlint rhilco Potkard Ml KK Zwilth MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Sytvanta Q.E. «-|.._ Wntlnghoux uOIOl Admiral O Magnavox im«rwn . Curtii-MatK*. Service Silv * rt °"' MONDAY THRU KH1DAY 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Joseph Bentl Morning News 8:25 KBOI Morning News 8:30 Jack LaUnne (C) 9:00 Andy ol Mayberry 9:30 Dick Vart Dyke Show 10:00 Love of lite 10:25 CBS Mid-Day News 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 General Hospital 11:30 As the World Turns 12:00 Password 12:30 Houseparty (C) 1:00 To Tell The Truth 1:25 KBOI News 1:30 Edge of Night 2:00 Mike Douglas Variety Show 3:30 Secret Storm WEDNESDAY, June 21 4:00 Jungle Boy 5:00 CBS News with Walter Cronkite (C) 5:30 KBO! News Today 6:00 Daktarl (C) 7:00 Green Acres (C) 7:30 Comer Pyle USMC (C) 8:00 Steve Allen Comedy Hour 9:00 Virginian (C) 10:30 Ten Thirty Report (C) 10:45 Sports Final 10:50 Weather 50:55 Movie Time '·Born to be Bad" Robert Ryan, Joan Fontaine 12:30 Morning Headlines 7:00 Today Show (c; 8:00 Snap Judgment (C) 8:25 NBC News 8:30 Concentration 9:00 Fat Boone (C) 0:30 Hollywood Squares (C) 10:00 Jeopardy (C) 10:30 Eye Gueis (C) 10:55 NBC News 11:00 The Newly Wed Game 11:30 Let's Make a Deal (C) 11:55 NBC News 12:00 Days of our Lives (C) 12:30 The Doctors 1:00 Another World (C) 1:30 You Don't Say 2:00 The Early Show WEDNESDAY, Jt/NE 21 3:30 Fugitive 4:30 Mr. Ed 5:00 Huntley-Brlnkley (C) 5:30 Big News 5:45 Wealher 5:55 Business News 6:00 Star Trek (C) 7:00 Billy Graham 8:00 I Spy (C) 9:00 Bob Hope Theater (C) 10:00 NUebeat News 10:20 Weather 10:25 Sports 10:30 Tonight Show (C) 1 am a young man who keeps of your gentlemanliness, how- gelling invited to girls' apart, ever, your parents should step ments. I am not rich or hand- in and punish them. some or a great talker, so don't + + + get the idea I am bragging. My It you have trouble getting popularity is just proof that along with your parents. . .if there are a lot of girls in Wash- you can't get them to let you ington, D.C. who are hard up. live your own life, send for My plan is as follows: When Ann Lander's booklet, "Bugged a girl propositions a guy, he By Parents? How to Get More should ask HER to sign a paper Freedom." Send 50c in coin saying it was her idea and that with your request and a long, site will not hold him responsi- stamped, self-addressed envel- ble if something develops. What ope. do you think of it? -- CAREFUL Ann Landers will be glad to ALVIN. help you with your problems. Dear Alvin: I think it's a fine Send them to her in care of idea. And since you seem to be this newspaper enclosing a in such heavy demand, I suggest stamped, self-addressed envel- that you have forms printed. It ope. HINTS FROM HELOISE Puf Facial Tissue Inside Your Shoe DBAH A scmcemun who ninte ID my liuiiiL- In make a mlnur ml- jusinienl mi ciur icfiiijuintm 1 suij ttiiil covering .shelves completely with puper toweling in fnil to catch the drips, lowers the efficiency of the ctmling system hccnnsL- the tolJ ail* uuinnt pciielrnlf Ilinuigli the kiwi-Is. l i t suggested twin); |»ipir lilnte.s as. cimslers n n i U - r 0 tippy dishes. These puuer pliites can be phu-ed in the bottom nf the vi-^elable bins By JOSEPH G. MOLNER, M.D. plus trlvalent oral polio vac- the skin, particularly if it is a and will absorb the extra Man's oldest known habitation in the American Southeast Is Russell Cave, 9.000-year-old home ol Stone ABC man In Alabama. 1)KAR FOLKS: I must rc]K*ut my tlmnks tn the woman who wrote itlxinl using facial tissues in lirr shui's when NOT wearing; stockings. This was such a wonderful hint, 1 have since found that i-vt-ii though you do \veur stockings, this is sill! a great idea! 'Cause many women cumplala thnl w h e n wearing iiylun stockings their fret perspire. So, n f t f r putting on your .stockings, fold LL fachtl tissue tn fit the liotlnm iif your Fiiot Inivllig just a lilt to tllrk hack up over your toes, then put your fool In ynur slioc. Vou w i l l Ito surprised to ser ho\v damp f l i n t tissue is at tJw end nf the day: Anil when \voru o\'i'r the stocking, It ivuii'l slli U t» jour fool. upon DEAR HELOISKl Lawn cutting IK once again. TV? k^?p a lawn muwer iu good condlticm wax It twice a year w i t h your favorite oai 1 wax. Also, lifter each cutting, remove as much of the grass underneath us you can, hose It down and dry w i l h u dry i-liith. My mower is f i v e yc.a:* old and loolts uritl runs like the day 1 hniigliL il. Anllumy DediL- DR. MOLHER OH HEALTH Vaccination Schedule Listed cine). puncture wound suffered out of Here Is a schedule of vacclna- 2 years -- Tuberculin test, doors, (tons to follow from Infancy to 3 years -- Tuberculin test. Your doctor can kecpyou post- extreme age. 4 years -- Quadruple or triple ed on the advisability of polio vaccine. boosters. 5 years -- Smallpox vac- For foreign travel: Smallpox moisture imd hi'lp tti kocp the imKliii* fniin rotlintf nn liw Ijiillniii. Aunt K. There may be occasional reasons for delaying or advancing Dear Dr. Molner: Why does milk cause crampsanddiarrhea? Would goat's milk act the same? - MRS. L. D. Possibly you are allergic to .skillet ill Sure nmke* fur Rood i-alliitf. Also, fried iHilatiH-s need licit !KI |Mel-i!. Wash mid ilry thi-m with LL iiajKT impkln nnil ronlhme. from lhrri». FROM HEIOUE'S KITCHEN an immunization, so do not be clnation, tuberculin test, andtri- required every 3 years for re- u,.,, ^'.cxM-hii LII'"iiiiv/ViMi upset if your doctor finds need valent oral polio vaccine (if oral entry into the United States. ( .vcr tJnu K iii ID fry sonm poof such modifications ot the vaccine was used earlier) Special vaccinations such as tutors in thi schedule. 50 years --Diptherla-tetamis typhoid, cholera, typhus will de- SAMK time? However, this has been check- booster; repeat smallpox vac- pend on the area visited. ed and approved by outstanding dnatlon; polio vaccine depending authorities. If will be worth on physician's judgment; tuber- clipping out and saving. Of culin test, course, further vaccines doubt- 15 years -- Same as lOyears. less will developastimegoeson, Adult: Beyond age 15,aboost- but this covers the basic list of er of adult-type diphtheria- necessary ones now. tetanus ei 3 months: First quadruple peat smallpox vaccination -- diphtheria, whoop- five years. Ing cough, tetanus and polio. Requirements for entering (Or first triple vaccination, dip- school vary from onecomnvmity theria-whooping cough-tetanus, to another, but the recommended plus first oral polio vaccine.) ones are that a child should be 4 months -- Second quadruple protected against diphtheria, chogenic carcinoma nmansatype (or triple plus oral polio). pertussis (whooping cough), tet- nf cancer (carcinoma) which 5 months -- Third quadruple anus, polio, smallpox and meas- started in the bronchial tubes, (or triple plus oral polio). les, and a tuberculin test should (Note: When oral polio vac- be recorded. Theaboveschedule Are you bothered with ringing cine is given, allthreedoses may fulfills all these. in the ears? If so, write to Dr. be the trlvalent type -- that is, » a child has missed any of Molner f n care of this news- , . now TMl be Tetter . ( ,, .. he Jn lr} N'lte to Mrs. A, N.: Bron- including the three major strains these, it's never too late tostart paper for the bootdat, "Ear well of the vaccine, or single-strain the needed vaccinations. Noises -- Their Causes and vaccine may be used. In that A! any age, REMEMBER: Cures," enclosing with your re- case, Type 1 Is given first, Type Boosters are needed tokeeppro- quest lOc In coin and a long, 3 given second and Type 2 last.) tectlon at peak effectiveness, self-addressed, stamped en- 10 months - Measlesvaccine. A combined booster of diphtheria velope. 12 months -- Small pox vac- and tetanus every fiveyears,and Dr, Mnlner welramcsallroad- cinatlon, If it has hot been given a repeat smallpox vaccination er mail, but regrets that due to earlier, plus tuberculin test. every five years provides safety, the tremendous volume received Now 14-18'months -- Anotherquad- A booster of tetanus foxoid is daily, lie Is unable In answer In- ,,,iniiiiii ruple vaccine (or triple vaccine wise whenever an injury breaks dividual letters. UBAK HKLOISK: I livi- in n part nf the unm- try where lots of good friends ami ivliilivc.s drop in fur :i tew iiiiy.s when vttctitlcinin^. I hnve nn .spare bednmni .*i HMitilly give up my own I no g r i p e s ) , and I liuve. hit »n n lime nmi ti-niper saver. I empty the mntetUs of my ilressiT ilrnwers inti* n Miiti-u.w unil slitti- it under whuU-vrr b e d 1 sleep i n . . . A f t e r spvudlni; the p i i i l n i K quests on their wny with :L (hid yon eunie ;mil fure- out rumes my .lultcasv my lK.-lonplngs lire put l i i i i - k In Just une trip! Nn hunllng en ninrliiif back nnd furtli and wondering "N'nv/ wheio ilfd I )ul this M i n i t h i i t V " Y c. "Ho |irM1\ By RICK Dl BKOW HOLLYWOOD (L'PI) - The continuing debate over the assassination of President Kennedy is the scheduled subject for five hours of national television's prime time in the 10 days starting today. In addition, another prime time hour during this period is scheduled lo be devoted to the political career and future of his brother, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. Monday, NBC-TV presentedan hour entitled "The J.F.K. Conspiracy: The Case of Jim Garrison," with Frank McGee doing the reporting after an inquiry by an Investigative staff assigned by the network. Tonight "CBS Reports" hasan hour about Robert Kennedy, his "role in American policies, his influence on American policy and his future on the American scene." Participants, in addition to Sen. Kennedy, include Richard Nixon, authors William Manchester and Gore Vidal, Senators Jacob Javits, Edward Kennedy and John Tower, Pierre Salinger, Mrs. Elhel Kennedy (Robert's wife) and Mayor Samuel Yorly of Los Angeles. The reporter is Roger Mudd. The blockbuster entry of the 10-day period, however, is the four-part, four-hour CBS-TV examination of the Warren Commission Report on the Kennedy assassination. Previously announced as a Ihree-parter, but expanded last week, (he inquiry begins Sunday for its first hour. II ·«!! then contin IB for the next three days -- an hour each broadcast. The reporters are Walter Cronkite and Dan Rather of CBS-TV, and Eddie Barker, news director of KRLD-TV, Dallas-Fort Worth. This four-parter his been described as "an examination of the major questions raised by critics of the official report on the assassination," and is the result of a staff inquiry of more than half a year. CBS-TV says it has "uncovered fresh material." The CBS-TV examination also takes a look at Garrison's investigation. On this point, Richard S. Salant, president of CBS news and a lawyer, was quoted last week in the Los Angeles Times; "We covered this phase (Garrison's) as well as we could. There are legal problems here, since a trial is pending in New Orleans, and we cannot risk trying il on the air." In any case, the commitment to the four-part presentation, and the manner of scheduling it, are unquestionably among television's most provocative efforts in some time, and the broadcasts are being eagerly awaited. PHONE 4 6 6 - 7 8 9 1 or 459-4664 10 place your classified ad. --BACKACHE--i Aching Muscles You long lo ease Ihose pains, even temporarily, until the cause is cleared up. 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