Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on July 13, 1969 · 17
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Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii · 17

Honolulu, Hawaii
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Sunday, July 13, 1969
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THE SUNDAY STAR-BULLETIN & ADVERTISER if Honolulu, July 13, 1969 A-15 m mr -m f 5 ssi&w& i eddie snerman I I Ji I fi I 1 v Vjr ' ' "til Atfi Ford aces out front "Fiddler On The Roof" closes tonite after the most successful engagement, a musical at the HIC ever enjoyed. And if you want to see more of Theo Bikel, he's currently starring in "My Side of the Mountain" at the Waialae Drive-in and King Theatre ... After raids on those porno movie houses in the Hotel Street area, Mayor Fasi would like to crack down harder on lewd film fare. We doubt if he can stop such enterprise. In fact, expect more "Mickey Mouse" operations to open. Very profitable . . . Tommy Sands' manager, Dale Sheets, phoned from the Coast with news that he's budgeting more TV specials for his client ... Rumor: That Howard Hughes yacht is sailing in this direction . . . Splashcapades: The swim biz is so good for Rollie Higgins at Hawaii Kai Recreation Center, he's hired three instructors for the kei-kis . . menehune memos Even lawyers are getting into the tunesmith field. Atty Joe Ryan wrote a song "Makaha Waves" (are you lissening Chinn?) recorded on the Mercury label by Jay Hawkins. Many happy spins ... Tennessee Ernie Ford sailed in on the Lurline and is .relaxing in his own condominium at the Colony Surf . . . Channel 2 looking for a TV clown for a kid's show. Hey, Dave ya interested???. . . There's a report that L-DOPA, the new breakthru treatment for Parkinson's Disease is not available in Hawaii. It is. The Food & Drug Administration okayed a local doctor to use and administer the drug. A woman from Kansas City came here to see her GI son-in-law. She was in a wheelchair. But she left Hawaii after L-DOPA three weeks later walking ... pupu parade Exciting success story: John Prugh's new science business on the Big Island. One of his recent purchases was the missile tracking station at South Point. Rags to riches via the electronic bug . . . Look for a Council vote favoring Boise Cascade overturning the Mayor's veto on July 16th in Hilo on the explosive land issue. Art Rutledge's lads organizing employes in the travel field with favorable indications thus far . . . Isle honeymooning Aja Zanova Steindler, plans to be back in town before the next "Ice Capades" to help with the promotion ... George Talbott telling pals what a great time he had playing in the Pat Boone Celebrity Golf Tourney at Ocean Shores. Talbott's branching out opening another store soon at the Kahala Mall . . . When the new Pawaa Post Office goes up it'll be four times the size of the old one . . . Miss Hawaii Pageant Saturday at Farrington High . . . Which reminds me: When a class from that school was asked on "Hawaii A.M." if they'd be interested in seeing "Hair" almost all the youngsters raised their hands ... a-Loiv-ha Vignette: Following his recent appearance on a Mike Douglas Show (on Channel 2 Wed.) Harold , Low, AITS prez, was approached by Eric Lieber, producer of the show. Lieber was impressed with Low's story his climb from nothing to the head of one of the nation's leading leisure-time operations in less than four years . . . After recounting for Lieber his unique success, the multi-millionaire hurried to catch a train to New York. Standing in the flag a taxi, Low hailed a passing $10 for a ride to the train station 1 Low rain, unable to truck, offering . . . When the beat-up truck stopped at a red lite, Low happened to glance down at the sleek black Cadillac stopped beside the truck. Driving the car was Lieber . . . Each waved. But seeing the millionaire in that wreck caused Lieber to do a perplexed, chagrined, double-take that would be a credit to any actor . . . A-LOW-HA ... Honolulu newsstand Two small oil paintings by Margaret Keane IMcGuire (valued at a total of $750) stolen from the Art Gallery in the Outrigger Hotel. Detectives have reason to believe the paintings are somewhere in the Waikiki jungle area. Where are they now: Former Haw'n and Eastern Air Lines topper Art Lewis is senior partner and chairman of the exec committee of F. S. Smithers & Co. Wall St. investment firm ... Margaret Happiness is sharing a pint at the Blood Bank . . . United Air Lines personnel off to see their show biz favorites in Vegas. Sales mgr. Bruce Bolton and wife Emily taking in the Johnny Carson show. Bolton's sec. to'see Streisand . . . Mauna Kea views: Les Moore (former gen. mgr. of the spa) Bob Butterfield, gen. mgr., Jim Reed, former resident mgr., and Nikolaus Klotz, present resident mgr., were all b'fasting, when a confused waitress tripped by. "Are you coming back here?" she asked Moore. "No," he smiled. "Why?" "Well," said the waitress, "Mr. Reed is leaving and perhaps you could apply for his position" . . . g. Y HI J,.... 8.9.5 yo-ss 53.5 s FF AM MOKE! 99 TWO-POM PORTS AT 3 $95 value .Q) Co: CH&mmOW SLACCCS reg.$25 NOW $ 2$3Tl OUR WM WASH 'M WEAR' SLACCCS 8.99 1IH7 FAMOUS MAKE SUITS reg. $100 & $120 NOW - Z'll MEN'S SPORTCOATS reg. $95 to $175 NOW 73.99 to 129.99 I I M 'is.' v.J i MEW'S WHITE DRESS SIHIDRTS reg. 6.50 4.69 312.99 MEN'S NECKTIES 3.50 to 5.00 VALUES 1.99 & 2.99 MEN'S NYLON, COTTON, ORLON SOX reg. i.oo 79e 32.25 : HAW'N POCKET MOTIF ALOHA SHIRTS 7.00 value 4.99 6.95 to 10.00 values 3.99 to 5.99 regular $17 to $75 3 IF IF 11.33 TO 50.00 all pricn pkn ttnt. tai

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