The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii on November 8, 1962 · 15
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The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii · 15

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f,,,. r I ''wwywwwwwH,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, iiimiauii.j.ii -ni,ii,.u;,,,j( ---wdWMWWl,, llawii fenscope Election ticker: A younz Democrat named Birch Bajh JrunTeltedTcUm. bent U.S. Senator Homer Cswhan i i diana. Now what's that got to do with fit s -!- IL Fukuda r . O " lLJ Willi Hawaii? Glad you asked. The Sr Bavh (now dir. of physical education in Wash ington D.C. schools) was once a high school athletic coach. His rival in Indiana was coach Harry Storm. But they were the friendly kind. So Harry named 'his son alter Bayh and called him Birch, now the jiser critic . . . Best-kept secret: truT f!x,wks a tP execs of the ILWU, Unity House, Building Trades UPW and the AFL-CIO met with Burns, Richardson, Dan, Gill and Matsunaga. All took a pledge to work together . . . Nite before the general election, K. K. Chang (of Royal Amusements) bet Bob Fukuda that he (Fukuda) would win his race. Bob said he didn't think he had a chance and took the bet. What K.K. has since learned: Fukuda already had lost-in the PRIMARY . . . Jack Burns' son Jim (who recently passed his bar exam) begins two years of Army duly starting today . . . Jimmy Walker lost a couple pounds perspiring thru his emcee chores for Mayor Blais-tlcll's 60th birthday party at the Peekay Meetinghouse ... An estimated crowd of almost 3,00(J showed up ... The hotel was cleaned outla food and an SOS was put in to the Royal and SurfRider. Their food pantries went bare too . . . Jack Burns was getting the "Hi Gov" routine as early as 9 p.m. Tuesday, with Burns insisting "it's still too early" ... Sally Sheehan found herself a popular wahine yesterday when she went to the Burns office as usual, a four-year habit without pay ... People are talking about Ben's quote at Dan's HQ: "The Democrats should open a school for politicians. If they do, I will be the first to enroll" . . . Hilo Hattie (back after a successful tour thru the South) rehearsing for her Tapa Room opening . . . Al Pinoli (the real H. Village Haw'n Eye) put the ring on Millie Azavido's finger. Spring nuptials planned . . . Stu Martin (former deejay) buried at Punchbowl with military honors. He was. only 27 . . . Larry Garrett now mgr. . . Don t be surprised u studio problems are re-the "Haw'n Eye" cast i Haunani of Chapman's . Connie Stevens solved before leaves. . . Diamond Head-Lines Disclicks: Arthur Lyman's "I Wish You Love" with a great big color portrait of the musician on the cover of the Hi-Fi LP . . . Dan's Den featuring doubles for the price of a single. Boozeness is good . , . Pan Am PR gent Paul Kendall postcards from Rome: "Old home week for Honolulans here. Walking in front of Exel-sior Hotel I saw Carol Akana, Sam Olm-stead, Emmie MacGregor, Margaret Brumaghlm, June Weaver, Maxine Mad-dox, Chuck Rlgdon and Luba (Desha) Johnson" . . . Lucky guests at the Wai-kikian'll be able to hear sweet melodies for free when concert pianist Ania Dorf-mann checks in Fri. Here for concerts with the Symphony, and gets the suite with the Steinway concert grand (no extra charge) . . . Pathetic little note on the UH bulletin board: "Will the person who 'borrowed' my bicycle please return it. It's the only way I can get to and from Wai-kiki. (signed) a very poor student" . . . Jack Petty now tickling the ivories at Jojan's in Waialae-Kahala ... Any set of twin gals who like to act contact Alfred Wheeler, Youth Theater office (541-235). The Christmas play is pegged around two identical Cinderellas . . . You've probably heard about the Retail Security gabfest the Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring tomorrow at the Hawaiian Elec. Co. King St. conf. room, but don't think its not for you if you aren't in the retail biz. If you're handling anything of value, directly or thru hired help, this IS for you, and especially for the proprietors on the booze beat where a lot of kala is calabashed each nite . . . The daily gang at queen s Surf still complaining cause the bar opens late (for them). Those sun-bunnies are up in arms. . Simian Scoops Director John Ford was in Madrid for huddles with Samuel Bronston on a script he'd like to film, visited the "55 Days at Peking" set and was invited by director Andrew Marton to put some Ford action into a scene of the Boxer bombarding of the hugh Chien Men Gate. Ford just completed "Donovan's Reef" , . . Cyrus Far-jar to join Tad Diltz's Lexington Trio (Dolan's Steak House). Cyrus returns from Dave Guard's Whiskyhill Singers alter months of Mainland touring , . . Hey, Dr. John Stalker: Didja know your pal, ace movie director Danny Mann, has gotten excellent motion picture industry reaction to his plans for a "Peace Corps" series his company will make? Said Mann: "This is the best way to channel our American way of life to the world" . . , Bob Conrad and Troy Donahue are the probable male leads in the Warner Bros, feature, "Palm Springs Weekend," to roll in Dec. . . . Tropical Salad Haunani got a fone call from the Thalians' charity organization in H'wood, asking her to sing at the special party next week alter the premiere of "Mutiny On The Bounty." Debbie Reynolds, spark plug of the Thalians, will meet Haunani on arrival with the press corps. Our Haw'n canary's career is zooming and of course nobody is more deserving , . . Above the Chevron Standard Oil service station sign at the Terminal Building in Waikiki (on the roof of the heliport) somebody stuck a Shell sign. "It'll be taken down pronto," smiled Bob Allen . . . "Waikiki After Dark" is the theme of the production at the Shell Sunday featuring the tourist belt pros ... A new stripper calls herself Rocka Feller. She's lucky he won. , . , Pencil Joltings After the results of the first three precincts came in to KGU's studios, commentator Frank Fasi predicted at 7 p.m. a Burns win by 30,000 votes. "You're way out on a limb," he was told . . . Campaigning continues: Driving down Kapio-lani Blvd. yesterday Tom Gill spotted a stalled motorist. Pushed him three blocks to the garage . . . With the passing of Eleanor Roosevelt, 15-year-old Maria Hem-mings (HCTress) prizes more than ever a personal letter received from the great lady acknowledging a United Nations report Maria wrote for Punahou . . . When Alcoholics Anonymous holds us iim biaie convention at the Village this week, chapter five of the AA book'll be handed out-translated in Haw'n by Richie an Oahu Prison inmate . . . City Councilman Matsy Takabuki is the Man of The Hour. He ran the Burns campaign. They say any job he wants is his for the asking . . . Att. Ed Francis: George Bollas (here for three weeks after 5 Vz months of rassling in Australia) would like to work in local rings . . . xne waicn Bill Norwood (Castle & Cooke) found while touring Ala Moana Center with Veep Johnson belongs to the Veep's secretary, Mrs. Jack Valcnti, most grateful for the return of the timepiece . . . Colony Surf getting a new beach . . . This week's Time mag reports on the publication of the Census Bureau's "1962 County and City Data Book." The book (and Time) gives Hilo two special mentions: It is the least densely populated city in the U.S., with 89 persons per sq. mile (highest is Union City, N.J., with 40,-138 per sq. mile). Also, Hilo is the city with the highest percentage of non-whites. The figure is 70.5 per cent . IIYT Slates Tryouls For 'Cinderella' Tryouts for "Cinderella," the Honolulu Youth Theater's Christmas play, will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Waikiki - Kapahulu Library. Director Alfred W. Wheeler lias 20 roles to cast and is anxious to find a pair of look-alike young women for the title role, which is being double-cast to allow for the magic scenes. Other roles (iovrinor Concedes BOSTON' (UP1) -Gov. John A. Yolpe conceded today that lie had lost his reelection bid to Democrat Endicott Peabody. include character and comedy parts for adults and young adults. "Cinderella" will be presented at Ruger Theater on Dec. 15, 16, 22 and 23. Persons unable to attend the tryout sessions may call the Youth Theater office, 541-235, for a special appointment. Thursday, Nov. 8, 1963 HONOLULU ADVERTISER BJ DRAPERY SALE 3 DAYS ONLY -ENDS SAT. NOV. 10-6:00 P.M. 1 1 rw. St - rrrr' '; SAVING, f UP TO U OFF CUSTOM-MADE TO FIT ANY WINDOW FABULOUS CHOICE OF FABRICS & COLORS ALL TOP QUALITY MATERIALS BUDGET PLAN AVAILABLE April. Mon..Thun..Frl. till M P.M. Vrtll. Tu.i.-W.d.-Sat. Till i OO P.M. We, invite you to visit our tlwwroom or call jor your FREE Home Estimate 348 SO. BERETANIA ST. PH. 586-938 "Specialist in Floor and Wall Coverings" IMPORTANT $75,000 New Merchandise SCHNERR'S INC. Ii retiring from business (after 50 yrs.). Below we have listed just a few of the items to be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION. EVERYTHING MUST GO! CLEANING SANITATION , SUPPLIES - Floor Sealers, Finishes & Waxes. Paints, Detergents & Insecticides. Mops, brooms, buckets, brushes. NATIONAL BRAND NAMES. GLASSWARE Water Glasses Iced Tea Glasses Hl-Ball Glasses Tumblers, etc. SYRUP CONCENTRATES, FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT PAPER PRODUCTS, FOOD 4 SUNDAE TOPPINGS ALL OFFICE, DELIVERY, WAREHOUSE & PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT, METAL SHELVING, CLARK FINGER LIFT, 2 TON CHEVROLET TRUCK WHYDRAU-LIC GATE, FORD PICK-UP, NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, TYPEWRITERS, CHAIRS, DESKS, SAFE, FILES, CABINETS, ADDING MACHINE, CALCULATOR. DEALERS, HOTEL, BAR, RESTAURANT OWNERS, JANITOR SERVICE & PUBLIC INVITED Open for Your Inspection Nov. 7 4 8 (Wednesday 4 Thursday) AUCTION SALE STARTS FRIDAY NOV. 9th at 10 A.M. and will continue daily until everything ts told. AUCTION WILL BE AT , , . M. LIPTON, Auctioneer SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT 125 M0KAUEA ST. ttlow Nimits Highway toward. Sand liland On block .wo Kalihl St. Up . Norwood ? h t S , -' v J Vr - CM fi I I 01 jO V (jA ioeldail mieK t DOUBLE TIME is NOW j I 4 TO 6 P.M. EVERY DAY - , M FEATVRISG ALL DOIBLE SIZE - .1 DMSKS FOR THE PRICE t OFO.VE v; l , . f . (oty nd Senj Vm fer "") ' I 2 KfV PETTY pp , . , , $ JHVIA Still tecktait piano from 4 pm. i - I ,. . 4 j Join for youf r jt i FREEPUPUS 4 ; I..J located in the 1 t.i i . I" Stardust lanes .; , ? ; . l .- " V block from -;. y j 1j f i . , A!a Moona ldg) t. 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