The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii on November 12, 1961 · 16
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The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii · 16

Honolulu, Hawaii
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Sunday, November 12, 1961
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AU THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER November 12, 1961 On The Record: AND I J Uj'i , J i, . , 4 , . i r ! - f i I 1 Im M,ansr Unit i s .-. -iii-' "jutf am V i I L- S3rT1 ' i 5' "" i if in 1lrlnrTO'ffW"'V'','' ' I t r" li i i.L. I J I .mvffi miiii PWIl.ll, APPLIANCE f H ii a w SaW" - ' Bol t l L i fit IM ol trafjemorkt and RCA by Whirlpool Corporation, manufacturer RCA WHIRLPOOL opplonci, authorized bv Radio Corporation of Amarica ?2 -ifSiiaarfli S5 . UJ HAVAII'S BIG BRAND NAME STORE! 1440 KAPIOLANI BLVD. AT KEEAUMOKU DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM bferi - "- r-i r-i t Hi v n 7 No more frost-encrusted packages, no more hidden labels . . . because troublesome frost never builds up in this big new rca whirlpool that provides giant fresh food storage with bushel-size twin crispers, slide-out shelf and handy super-storage door plus a huge 101-lb. "zero-degree" freezer. Million-Magnet doors seal cold in. Smooth back so it fits flush, looks like a built-in. Tut REGULARLY twnjp GUARANTEED L ,) TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE W 1ft HAWAII'S TALLEST BUILDING OPEN 'TIL 9 P.AA. MONDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY Ends your defrosting chores for good! Imagine, no more scraping frost, tugging at ice trays or mopping up the mess of defrosting because troublesome frost never builds up even in the huge "zero-degree" freezer. And look at these other plus features ... Super-storage door with 2 extra-deep shelves, butter keeper and egg racks. Tight-sealing Million-Magnet doors open so easily ... no latches! Slide-out shelf brings food out to you. Dual controls let you adjust temperature in refrigerator without affecting temperature in freezer. t Fits flush at sides; looks built-in. Full-width crisper and more! Tmk. MONEY r-.- n7fiOTHING 'TIL lh FEBRUARY li ;' 1962!! . . It's fatyain priced hni no mte messy if :t 1 f I O 0 O- IVN! TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY 14 CUBIC . FOOT defrosting! 669.88 1Hft88 1 f - h J WITH U V TRADE I Jo hnny's Star Is Rising By WAYNE HARADA Young Johnny Crawford, 15, is perhaps the fastest rising platter personality in Hawaii today. Ever since his appearance in the "Show of Stars" here, the lad who portrays Chuck Connors' son in "The Rifleman" TV show has gained a wide fol- His Del-Fi discs two thus far have taken the Hawaiian teen set by storm, and "Daydreams" and "Treasure" have hit the No. 1 spot in local surveys. "MY THIRD single, 'Please Mr. Sun,' will be out in a week or two, followed soon after by my first album," the excited teenager said in a letter to us. "The album would have been released by now except that I caught a slight case of pneumonia when Dad and I drove, without jackets and in an open jeep, to see the view from the Nuuanu Pali," Johnny revealed. He explained that he spent 10 days in the hospital after returning home. "I sure did like Hawaii, though, and I hope I can return soon and have time to see more of the island and explore some of the hiking trails," he said. BORN IN Los Angeles on March 26, Johnny's full name is John Ernest Crawford. A member of the original TV Mouseketeers, he is from a family with outstanding theatrical background. For the girls: Despite what you may read elsewhere, Johnny weighs 100 pounds and is 5 feet, 2 inches tall. He has dark brown eyes and sandy brown hair, the latter dyed dishwater blond for the TV show. And, of course, a winsome smile. SINGLE SMASHEROOS: The Applejacks, a Cameo instrumental group, have the right combination in their offering dubbed "Mexican Hat Twist," a dance ditty keyed to teen bnppers. "The Mexican Hat Dance" is the basic melody; "The Twist," "The Bristol Stomp" and "The Strut" all have prominent appeal. The flip's also a goodie, "Let's Continental," another dance step. SAD WORLD: Jimmie Beaumont aptly describes the sad, tearful situation in the world today via his May etching, "Ev'rybody's Cry-in'." It's a snappy takeoff on hit tunes, including "Hurt," "Sad Movies," "Raindrops," "Crying" and other tear-shedders. The Arthur Lyman exoti-cats have come out with a beauty in "Never on Sunday," the movie theme. The Ho-Fi disc pairs "I Talk to the Trees," a folksy bit equally well done. Perhaps Art's "Yellow Bird" can perch on this "Tree?" ALBUMS A - PLENTY: V LYDIA ORTIZ ? IS I 21 J I Wayne I ! lowing. CliniSTJIAS ( nns 12 BLACK & WHITE (with your own negative), 15 COLOR (with your own negative) SPECIALS (.OOI) TILL DEC. 16, 1961 COLDTONE PISOT4) STUDIO "Friendliest Studio in Town" AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT Open S a.m. o t p.m. Doily Mtmbar: lnttrr,ot,o0 Chorqt flub 20 N. Hotel St, (bet. Nuuanu & Smith St.) p),. 507001 hi' IT -V , -? MA M ' : JOHNNY That fickle filly "Run-around Sue" is the tag of a new Dion (Di Mucci is his last name) album on Laurie. The selections includes rockers and soothers, ideal for a record hop. "The Majestic" is a new "Sue"-beat dance step. "Take Good Care of My Baby," "Dream Lover," "In the Still of the Night," "Little Star" and "Kansas City" are remakes of past clicks. Of course Dion's "Runaround Sue" his best yet is included. "SATLV AFFAIR" by the George Shearing Quintet has a romantic luster, carrying out the theme of past best-sellers by Shearing (i.e., "Velvet Carpet," "White Satin," "Blue Chiffon," "Black Satin.") The Capitol LP creates vivid images ... the listener can picture "Early Autumn" and its color; "Star Dust" creates a world of fantasy; "Midnight Sun" sets an unbelievable early morn glow; and "Bolero No. 3" is a picture of Latin excitement. About Filipinos In Island Areas LANAI CITY, Lanai-Miss Ignacia C. Nacorda of Cebu City, Cebu, P.I., was married recently to Andres Nambatac, culminating a romance which began when they became pen pals 14 years ago. Nambatac is with Dole Lanai Plantation utilities department. Mrs. Nambatac is related to Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Masicampo of Lanai City. NAALEHU, Hawaii -More than 200 parents have been signed up during the current Naalehu PTA membership drive. Among membership committeemen are Mrs. Esther Lacro, TVlrs. Mary Gali, Mrs. Janet Loando and Mrs. Katherine Narlto. LANAI CITY, Lanal-Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Da-guay chose the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for their recent marriage ceremony. They are both graduates of Lanai High School and the Church College of Hawaii at Laie, Oahu. The former Janice M. L. Wong, Mrs. Daguay is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. PRE-CHRISTHAS SPECIALS! 18x10 COLOR 12 CHRISTMAS CARDS (Black t Whit.) reg. $14.00 15x7 COLOR 12 CHRISTMAS CARDS (Black t Whin) reg $11.00 33x4 BLACK I WHITE 12 CHRISTMAS CARDS (Black I White) reg. $8.50 18x10 COLOR reg. $1 1 .50 15x7 COLOR reg. $8.50 (Abav rici Indue) SOUNDS OF HAWAII: Versatile Marlene Sal, current attraction at Waikiki's ' Duke Kahanamnku's, has a Sound of Hawaii platter out ... her second in less than , two months. Topside is "Lord's Prayer," a stirring rendition which ought to go " big; the if Hp is the traditional "$ilent Night, in 1 time for the soon-dua Christmai Another; localitey Varoa Tiki, the doll at the Barefoot Bar, also has a release on the Sound of Hawaii label. "Ei ! Nei Hui" is a parody on "Dearie," which she wrote. "Black Sands of Kalapana" is the coupler, penned by pianist Benny Saks. - And while speaking of lo- , cal gems . . Rene Paulo' "Here Is-Happiness" seems to be moving up, Up, UP4 The flawless keyboard work, plus the familiar Japanese melody, are the t causes. On Mahalo. WORTH WATCHING t ! "(The Story of) The In-Be- tween Years" is a narra-J tive with vocal, featuring tha'. voice of Dodie Stevens. Tha Dot waxing could scale the '-. hit lists , . . The Dovells ("Bristol Stomp") should , have a Parkway album out '; any time now ... 1 Ex-Mouseketeer Annette Funicello'g newest on Bue- r na Vista is "Dreamin About" . . . Unusual: "Th Hobo's Prayer" by The Fiestas of the Old Town stamp ... . . ((. "Bad Blood" is' The j Coasters' latest Atco re- j lease . . ."Tokyo Dodon'pa ; Musume" by the Queen ' Bees (from Paul Mark's album, "Golden Melodiej from Japan") is a cutie. i 'Twas recorded hera , , , on ; the Imperial label, k James Wong. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr ! and Mrs. Plutaro Daguay PAHALA, Hawaii-Two boys and two girls were born recently at the sugar: plantation hospital. , The boys are Darren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donato Natividad, and Wilhert Nel . son, son of Mr. and Mrs. rili Malate. The girls are Wyleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.i Liberate Ortega, and Dexslj Ivn Louise, daughter of Mr I and Mrs. Apolinarlo tafcu 1 dol. t LANAI CITY, Lanali i The Dole Plantation her has honored Benny V. Calu-ya for completing 25 years of service. j Also honored were Clrla co Ordonio, 20 years, and Lorenzo Madriaga and Francisco Ocalada, each 15. 1 PUUNENE, Maul The birthday of their only child was the incentive for the luau given recently by Mr. and Mrs. Cosme Tesorle for 200 friends. The honoree, Miss Julia Tesorio, is a student at Maunaolu College. -Special ..Special SA50 -Special $9 00 ...Special .Special $50 Proofi end Untouching) $2.50 S5.25 $11oo I $8o I fir- satwai? IW MUHM

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