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Ann Landers Idaho Free Press 4 Caldwell N^s-Tribune, Monday, June 26,1967 - A5 l- ^ rf **^ **^* rf ^ Broadway 6-26 Srtiirjss M I*. twvrf "You mean that's IT?" TELEVISION LOG Responsibility lor the correctness of television programs rest entirely upon the television stations. Ihii newspaper can cmume no responsibility lor errorsin the listings. Channel f\ KBOI-TV 2 MONDAY, JUNE 26 4:00 Bowery Boys 5:00 CBS News with Walter Cronklle (C) 5:30 KBOI News Today (C) 6:00 Mr. Terrific (C) 6:30 Lucy Show (C) 7:00 Andy Gritfllh Show (C) 7:30 Family Affair 8:00 W a r r e n Report (C) 9:00 That Girl 9:30 Wild Wild West (C) 10:30 Ten Thirty Report 10:45 Sports Final 10:50 Weather 10:55 Movie Time ' Stranglehold" MacUon- ald Carey, Barbara Shelley 4*Jk m _^ft--. i (ML I* Tffmgf * lriln Channel ~j KTVB-tV / MONDAY 2:00 Early Show 3:30 Fugitive ·1:30 Mister Ed 5:00 llunlley-Brlnldey (C) 5:30 Big News 5:« Weather 5:55 Business News 6:00 1 Dream of Jeannie (C) 6:30 iron Horse (t:) 7:30 Rat Patrol (C) 8:00 Road West (C) 9:00 The F.B.I. (C) 10:00 Nitebaal News 10:20 Weather 10:25 Sports 10:30 TonlRht Show (C) Srfvanla $.{. /t.l... Wtittrnhouw llO Ol Admiral \v_y Packard Bill "Vll" Mojnpvox Call K * T.V. "«·« 459-1505 zn)lh . Curtll-MalhM Service S "" H ° :! * MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 6:00 Joseph Bentl Morning News 8:25 KBOI Morning News 8:30 Jack LaLanne (C) 9:00 Andy of Mayberry 9:30 Dlok Van Dyke Show 10:00 Love of life 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 Hbusepariy (C) 1:00 To Tell tne Truth 1:25 KBOI News 1:30 Edge of Night 2:00 Mike Douglas Variety Show 3:30 Secret Storm TUESDAY, JUNE 27 4:00 Bowery Boys 5:00 CBS News with Walter CronkUe (C) 5:30 KPOI News Today 6:00 GlUlgarfs Island (C) 0:30 Spotlight (C) 7:30 Petticoat Junction (C) 8:00 Away We Go (C) 9:00 Peyton Place 9:30 CBS News Special (C) 10:30 Ten Thirty Report 10:55 Movie Time "War of Colossal Beast" Sally Fraser,Rober Pace Bennett-Seism Notes Dream Castles Have Pitfalls Old Law Smacks Smacker Hopes Take High Pitch MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 7:00 The Today Show (C) 8:00 Snap Judgment (C) 6:30 Concentration D:00 Pat Boone (C) 9:30 Hollywood Squares (C) 10:00 Jeopardy (C) 10:30 Eye Guess (C) 10:55 NBC News 11:00 Newlywed 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* I Say (C) TUESDAY, JUNE 27 2:00 The Early Show 3:30 The Fugitive 4:30 Mister Ed 5:00 Huntley-Drlnkley (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) "The Borgia Stick" Don Murray, Ingar Stevens 9:00 Fugitive (C) 10:00 Nitebeat 10:20 Weather 10:25 Sports 10:30 Tonight Show (C) PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. Dear Ann Landers: I am a woman in my 7(Xs but nobody would guess it. I have been married for over 40 years to a solid citizen whose ioteresl in sex went dead about 10 years ago. His impotence was a relief to me because that part o( our marriage was never satisfactory. We raised a nice family and i did my duty but there was very little excitement. Last year we had our home remodeled. A mania years my junior worked here for one week. This may sound silly toyoubut we fell madly in love. We didn't do anytliing disgraceful but we did have a wonderful lime together. We both knew it was a losing battle with partners and age against us, and he went out of my life as suddenly as he had come in. I can't get this man out of my mind. I wake up at night longing for him while my poor husband Is snoring in the next room. Isn't it crazy that I can'l have peace in my old age? 1 keep wondering what my grandchildren would say if they knew about this. Please tell me, Ann, am 1 the only woman my age with these Ideas? You might call it sick, but it's real and it's something I have to live with. Can you bring this subject into the open for discussion?-YOUNG AT HEART Dear Heart: Of course there are other women your age who are still interested in sex. But don'l delude yourself into thinking you are in love-- not in one week, lady. Be glad you didn't do anything "disgraceful" because the price, In terms of guilt and shame would not have been worth it. Dream castles are fun to visit, Granny, but don't try to live in one. Dear Ann Landers: I am a 15-year-old boy who istryingatv- fully hard to gel along with my parents. The trouble Is, whenever we have a diiference of opinion they take turns giv- i n g m e a lecture. When my Mom runs out of brealh my Dad starts in. If 1 try to explain my Ideas they say, "Be quiet. We don't want any back talk." Do you think it is back talk when a person wants topresent his side of a disagreement? I don't yell or anything, I just make an attempt to speak, but they don't let me finish a sentence. Please give your opinion. My folks always praise your column. Thank you. -- A FRIEND IN NEED Dear Friend: One of the essentials of a good relationship is the free exchange of ideas. Parents who speak WITH their children, rather than AT them find lhai their ideas are more readily accepted. The ability to disagree without being disagreeable is the mark of a civilized person. All kids should be given the privilege of practicing (he fine art of rebuttal, Dear Ann Landers: The other afternoon 1 invited a friend of mine for a game of bridge. She said, "I'm sorry but I am going to a dog shower today." I said, "A WHAT?" She then explained that her neighbor had just bought a new dog and she was havinga shower tor him. Of course each guest is supposed to bring a gift. I have heard of some nutty things in my life but this beats them all. What is wrong with a woman who would insult her friends by inviting them to a party for a dog?-MORTIFIED Dear Mort; This is probably her Idea of something novel and imaginative. I'm not going to concern myself, however, as I was not invited. How about you? LIMEKICK, Ireland (I'PI)- In front of the judge stood a miss, Who bestowed in public a kiss. Without reason or rhyme, Such behavior's a crime. The court was quite firm about this. Thus It was that on Friday in Limerick Mary McCarthy, 19, paid a fine of $5.60 for violating a 1935 law against kissing in public. It was believed the first time the law had been enforced in Ireland. Head Start Children See Circus WILDER - Approximately 10 students at the Day Care Center aiuitiie HeadStartprogrambeing conducted at the Wilder schools were guests of the Shriners at the annual Shrine Circus In Boise last week. Sack lunches were provided for the children and they picnicked at Julia Davis Park in Boise before boarding the bus to return to Wilder. Eleven teachers and aides accompanied the group for the outing. Olivier Progresses LONDON (UPi)-Sir Laurence Olivier was reported "progressing very well" Saturday under a treatment for what has been described as a mild form of cancer. By JACK GAVEK DPI Drama Editor NEW YORK UP1) -- This Is the time ol year when the next Broadway theater season always looks rosy. Announcements of planned productions pour out of many offices, and hopes are sky high. One of the more intriguing announcements concerns the signing of singer-actress Eai tha Kitt to play the title role In a musical called "Peg," which Is based on that famous old romantic drama, "Peg O' My Heart." by J. Hartley Manners, in which the late Laurette Taylor played for so long. Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, top night club and television singers, have announced they will appear in a new musical, "Golden Hainbow," written by Arnold Schulman, who had "A Hole In the Head" on Broadway a few years back. Lawrence starred recently in "What Makes Sammy Run," but this will be the first theater venture for his wife. Harold Pinter, British author whose "The Homecoming" received several awards during the 1966-67 season, will be represented again by "The Birthday Party," which was written much earlier and has been done in England. Van Heflin. who spent many years in the movies before returning to Broadway three seasons ago in "A Case of Libel," plans another venture as star of "Beer Island," a comedy by Ira Wallach. He will play a limerick contest winner whose reward is his own South Seas island. "The Little Foxes" by Lillian Hellman was announced for revival some months ago, but there has been a recent shift in casting. Anne Bancroft will have the leading role of Regina Giddens, and Margaret Leighton, originally announced for the part, instead will play Birdie Hubbard, Regina's sister-in-law. Producer David Black hopes to get his ambitious musical based on the career and songs ol George M. Cohan on the boards after many months of planning. "George M!" is the title so far. Black says that the score will contain some Cohan songs never published. The libretto will have Michael Stewart, who adapted "Hello, Dolly!", as one of the authors. David MerricX has come up with the rights to the play most praised in England this past season, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," by Tom Stoppard, It is an ironic piece speculating on the part these two rather mysterious characters played in "Hamlet" and what might have happened to them. The orolific and verv suc- cessful Neil Simon, who still is represented or. Broadway by four productions, will have a new comedy in the fall. "Plain Suite" actually Is four plays which are linked through the fact that the action takes place In the same suite of the Plaza Hotel. Don Ameche and Carol Bruce have been signed to star in "Henry, Sweet Henry," a musical version of "The World of Henry Orient," which originally was a novel and a short time ago was a successful movie. This show is scheduled to occupy the Palace Theater. Seamen Rescued MOSCOW (l'PI}-A Soviet vessel on her maiden voyage rescued 27 crew-members of a Liberian freighter that ran aground in the South China sea, the official Tass news agency reported Saturday. --YOiniE MOT DHR-- but your hearing may be OUT OF FOCUS If y« IUMV vbM M Ml Mo mtv rw4 ttqr Hflr-- TOU'lt HOT DIAF. Wt ui M» r~r Hili. «·»!«, AUTOMATIC EAR Fill! A nill-UK JUFLICA · MM IMlHtll M *Tlf Ml*, tl t*lmt ·m»Ml« «* MvMfcMiMt. H'l tun I. kH, flit. WMt-rt* H it km, hr ihi .rtfc«t nrt « ·**§·· tm «f Mr kMi AutoMtkbr in 2095 MMM Do you feel ill at ease. . . out of it? Is everybody having a good time but you? Write for Ann Landers' booklet, "The Key to Popularity," enclosing with your request ,?5c In coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self -addressed envelope. The Lighter Side Upright Drinking Wins at Hearing BENNETT-SCISM - Mr. and Mrs. Francis Scharfen and son, Roger of Pocatello, have been guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. Frank Scharfen, the past week. Kathy Doramus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. C. Doramus, has Just returned home from LaVerne College in California and left for Washington D. C. where she will be employed during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Gross returned homefollowlngaweek's trip to California to get their daughters, Pam and Dianna, who Just completed their college terms at the LaVerne College. Reavin Newbry of Eugene, Ore,, has been a recent houseguest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Brown. Mrs. Jack \Vilcutts and Janet and Susan of Portland, Ore,, were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Emmert. Other guests during the evening vere Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Low- her, Kampa, Mrs, Bruce Thar- rlngion, Mrs. Thelma Martin ind Virginia and Pat of Greenleaf. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kistler and family of Chico, Calif., have beer, visiting relatives In the area, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kistler, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marek and family. Robert Bauson of Phoenix, Ariz,, was an overnight guest of Mr, utd Mrs. D. L. Ginning. Mr. Bawson is en route to Alaska. SCISM - Mr. and Mrs. David Hiner and three sons were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Witteman the past week. The Miners live in Seattle, Wash., where he is employed by Boeing. They are visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hiner of Nampa. Bids Are Opened On Dam Project COULEE DAM, Wash. (DPI) --The first major step on t h e road to making Grand Coulee Dam once more the world's lar. gest producer of hydroelectric p o w e r has been taken with the opening of bids on the initial segment of the project. Jelco Inc., and Gibbons and Reed, both of Salt Lake City, entered a joint apparent low bid of more than $10.1 million on a contract to move theswitchyard on the east bank of the Columbia River to the west bank and to Integrate it with its counterpart on the west bank. The engineer's eslimateonthe project was more than $9.6 million. Jelco is to do (he electrical and engineering work, w h i l e Gibbons and Reed Is to handle the general contracting. Visit Is Made PARIS (IP!) - Col. Max Dominique, son-in-law of President Francois Duvalier of Haiti, arrived Saturday to start what he called "a private visit In Europe," By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPl)- " Emergency" is a rather overworked word in Congress. Alarmists are forever calling for emergency legislation to cope with problems that actually aren't all that pressing. Which means that when a genuine emergency arises, Congress may have some trouble recognizing it. Such, however, is noi thecase with an emergency bill to legalize stand-up drinking at the National Press Club bar. I recently attended a House subcommittee hearing on this measure and I must say the law givers appeared to have been gripped by a proper sense of urgency. They approved the bill a short lime later. For 33 years, Press Club President L. David Leroy told the subcommittee, it was assumed that a 1934 law banning stand-up drinking in Washington applied only to public taverns. Therefore, he said, standees at the Press Club bar had been drinking under the impression that they were legitimately BEST SELLERS (I/PI) (Ctnpllcd kj Fitllihen' Wttkl;) Helios TOE EIGHTH DAY-TT.ornton Wilder THE ARRANGEMENT-- El!» Ktun WASHINGTON. D.C.-- Oort Vldll TALES OP UANHATTAN- Louli AuchJndOM THE SECRET CP SANTA VITTOR1A- Rcbert CrkhtOD ROSEMAXY'8 BABY-- Irl LfUn THE CHOSEN-Chllir. Polok CAPABIX OP HONOR -- Allen Drurj VALLEY OP THE DOLLS -,l;n iiuellTiB Susann FATHERS-- Hctbtrt Oold THE CANDLESTICKS AND THE CROSS -- Ruth Frefmin Solomon SILVERH1LL-- Phjllu Whltr.ej 00 TO THE WIDOW MAKER-- Jirr.es Jor.es THEADTOBIOOHAPHY 0? BERTRAND RUB8KLL-- Beilnnd Ruuill THE DEATH OP A PRESIDENT-- Wllllim Winchester UADAUX SARAH-- Cotnilu OIU StlBaer EVERYTHING HUT MOSEY - Ma Lermioo EtXJAR CATCt-- THB BLEEPING- PROPHET-- Jtu Ettlrn GAMES PEOPLE PLAY- Erjfl JVi/ir, MD. nlBRAEI.I--Robert Blake VARIETY OP HEN C. P. Snow PAPER LION -- Otcnt Pllmpuin ANYONE CAS HAKE A MII.I.ION- Mocton Shulmin INSIDE SOUTH AMEFUCA- John O u n l T i r r perpendicular. (See footnote.) Then a week or so ago the District of Columbia commissioners held that sit-down drinking was mandatory for private clubs as well as public watering places. Hence the need for emergency legislation to restore the status c-uo. The proposed new law would, of course, apply to otherprivate clubs, but in their cases no emergency exists. The emergency stems from the fact that the Press Club bar is the place where all of the world's problems are solved. Indeed, it is not uncommon for the same problems to be solved three or four times in the course of a single evening. Unfortunately, the solutions are not always adopted by the U.S. Government and the other nations concerned. But enough of them do come to pass to keep the world in some semblance of workingorder. Now suppose that two-footed drinking were to be permanently banned at the Press Club. The supply of solutions to world problems would immediately shrink, for sit-down drinking is not conducive to problem solving, As a rule of thumb II can be said thai in barroom problem- solving one foot on the rail is worth three backbones on the barslools. The nation and (he world r.an ill afford to lose this resource. Action! Now! (Footnote; This does not necessarily mean the same members have been standing at the bar for 33 years. A few may have been there 33 years, but most take occasional coffee breaks.) Hearing Waived BOISE (UP!) - A Boise man accused of setting fire to his home June !6 appeared in the Ada County Justice Court and has waived preliminary hearing. Justice of the Peace Frank Chalfant Jr. ordered that Edward Qilnlivan, 11, be bound over to Third District Court, Presents THE MOST COMPLETE AND VALUABLE SALE ON FINE FURNITURE, CARPET, APPLIANCES, TV AND STEREO IN THE HISTORY OF TREASURE VALLEY! ALL PRICES WILL BE REDUCED throughout the week and specials on the sidewalk every day. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY we will absolutely fill our sidewalks with all specials we have left and NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE REFUSED. Make our loss your gain. WE MUST LIQUIDATE HUGE STOCKS of items from such famous manufacturers as Westinghouse, RCA Victor, Speed Queen, Zenith, Amana, Hoover, Biltwell, Fashion- craft and many others, HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF SAVINGS: 90" BLUE-GREEN TRADITIONAL SOFA WESTINGHOUSE RANGES SEE THURSDAY'S FREE PRESS and NEWS-TRIBUNE for more complete price listings! 1403 Second St. So NAMPA Phone 466-7827

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