The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii on November 21, 1969 · 57
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The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii · 57

Honolulu, Hawaii
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Friday, November 21, 1969
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1 i f 1 IWIIMIIIlfl,! V. The Honolulu Advertiser i eddie snerman - - Hunter in iy tropic topics Those holding Tanya stock are smiling since the proposed merger between Tanya and Bristol-Myers Co. has been announced. Early '70 is the effective date. Great success story for the Hawaii suntan outfit . . . The Dynasty Restaurant is expected to become a Chinese chopstickery. Good idea. Gotta specialize these days ... . Chop Monyk, one of the honchos on the N.Y. Woodstock Festival, handling the production, lites and sound for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young concert at the H.I.C. tomorrow nite. Still good seats at the box-office . . . Belated birthday congrats to Ed Carlson, who just celebrated his 70th. Ed's the fella involved behind the scenes in most film productions that have come to Hawaii the past 20 years or so . . . Wayne.. Newton signed a 3-year deal with the Frontier in Vegas. Newton merry-go-round A recent hotel robbery victim (visitor) recuped some of the lost loot betting at a cock fite. Then bought a fighting cock and resold it for a profit . . . Incredible but eight hours after tickets for the Rolling Stones' two concerts at the Forum in L.A. went on sale, 36,000 tickets were gone. Wot a way to start their first American tour in three years. The Stones made about $160,000 for the evening. Happy taxes, fellas . . . Harry Connolly, the Vietnam GI who won a Miller High Life contest, was brought to Honolulu to star in a Vz hour Miller-sponsored movie showing a serviceman on Ft & R. Harry said filming was so hard, he couldn't wait to get to the "easy" life in Vietnam . . . Hey, Bob Krauss: Just learned a story I wrote will be in the Feb. issue of United's Mainliner magazine. Will hold an autograph party in a phone booth . . . static chatter When 'Tiser reporter Gene Hunter wrote a six-part series last year about conservative yak-yak station KTRG, he was soundly roasted over the air by such moderators as Jeff Burnside and Chuck Brooks. Since then, both Burnside and Brooks have parted company with KTRG and both came to Hunter with their story about why they left the Watumull B'casting Co. Hunter has the sto ry elsewhere in today's gazette. You can see 11-year-old local boy Ken Morrow the movie "Fantastic Plastic Machine current-at the Waialae Drive-In. At age 8, Morrow was the youngest contestant in the Makaha Surf meet. It was then he caught the eye of the "Fantastic" filmakers. To make the movie, Ken traveled to California, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Tahiti ... . . typewriter ribbons The first shipload of Christmas trees due today (almost 10,000) on board the SS Hawaiian. Don Wiley says a belly laugh is a low ha. (Read it again) . . . And James Peacock asks what does a duck with acne have? Goose pimples! . . . Few know about an organization called Club 200. They shun publicity on purpose. Members are among the most prominent in town. Their mission to come to the aid of firefighters or policemen. When Frederich A.K. Freudenberg was killed falling from a helicopter while fire training, the club delivered $1,000 in cash to his mother immediately. And they offer all other kinds of help free . . . A Waikiki workingwoman called "Inflation is really here. I just paid 85 cents for a head of lettuce." notes to you Paul Newman's "Butch Cassidy" is expected to be a $25 million box office bonanza . . . Thinking out loud: With all the new airlines trying to fill seats to and from the Mainland, the Haw'n skies aren't so friendly any. more ... Saw the official NASA films of Apollo 11 yesterday. Fantastic his torical document in beautiful color. . . One of the newer kimono-clad Oriential waitress, es at Canlis' causes customers' heads-to jerk in sur nrise. Her name is Jamie and she talks with a I "y'all South Carolina accent. Why? Cause she was born and raised there, thass why . . . Jim Hunt leaves managerial duties at the Dynasty and'll join the Don the Beachcomber org. on the Mainland ... to the rescue Bob Ruley, mgr. of the Edie Adams Cut & Curl beauty shops in Honolulu, was enjoying a-day off frolicking in the Makaha surf when he got caught in a riptide and was dragged out over his head. Bob can't swim, panicked and went Under a couple times before a local boy on the beach jumped in and pulled Ruley to safety. The heroJohn Higa, the fella running the show lights at the Outrigger Hotel's main ballroom . . . Which reminds me Paul Strauch Jr. is conducting his first clinic Sat. (10 ayem to 12) at Kapiolani Beach Pk. with the Parks and Recreation Dept. as sponsor ... It won't surprise anybody if R. Boone announces he won't run for Gov. The State Senate is more like it . . . . - V if Jim Hunt singing birds iii a gilded cage . . . just wind them up for the eternal sound of spring! Canaries or nightingales. Single bird, 42.00. Double birds, 69.00 & 90.00. Ala Moana and Waikiki Florentine gifts from Italy ... . srrpntprl with antimiP crnlrl set of 6 coasters, 8.00 salt and pepper mill set, 10.00 large pepper mill, 15.00 jewel box, 5.00 Kleenex box, 7.00 Ala Moana and Waikiki ignite the holiday scene :. in this devastating duo of dazzling silver mylar! Tunic dress and pants in small, medium or large, jd.uu - Ala Moana 7 Ifv? imported from France! handblown glass barometers that change from blue to lilac to pink, depending on the weather, small, 6.50 large, 16.00 Ala Moana, Waikiki and Kaimuki m-m-m-m-Blum's plum pudding is something delicious! slowly aged for a year or longer in fine California wines and Jamaican rum. 21b. 4.00 3 lb. 5.75 Eight individual plum puddings plus a jar of brandied hard sauce, 2 lbs. 5.50 Ala Moana, Waikiki, Kaimuki mm princess lines fit for a queen from Polynesian. Casuals Elegant rayon acetate sparked with gold or silver trim. Marvelous in turquoise, pink, mint or ivory. Sizes 8 to 18. 35.00 Ala Moana and Waikiki - i the lightest wrappings make such feminine gifts . . . stoles of lightweight 1 00 mohair and mohair blends in white, black or pastels. Wonderful for cool evenings. ; 13.00 to 22.00 Ala Moana, Waikiki and Kaimuki A r f

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