Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut on August 17, 1962 · 9
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Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut · 9

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Friday, August 17, 1962
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NOW UNDER ORIGINAL MANAGEMENT 9 GRANTMOOR , RESTAURANT DANCING FRIDAY BOBBY KAYE & HIS ORCHESTRA WITH CONNIE VIGNONE 0 J! WMInffi IfiPlLLli UPSi! JJeclda J4oppe, Tuesday Through Saturday In The Lounge IKE DERVIS THE SRAN-TEES with Vocalist WARREN STEPHEN No Cover Charge MOO BERLIN TPKE. HEWINGTON, CONN. 44-5424 VALET PARKING SERVICE WANDA The Tops In Oriental Dancing Iii?ner Show at fl LOBSTER FILET MIGNCN $J95 HOLLYWOOD Dean Martin, since "Something's Got to Give" iis off his back, signed with (Paramount for a comedy to fol low "Toys in the Attic." An original titled "Every Wednesday Night," it will have Dean playing a bachelor marriage counselor to whom all his married friends turn for advice. That clever writer. Jack Rose, co-produces. , Tony Randall is going to get the girl at last-and whatta gal! After he finishes his picture with Bob Preston in Greece, he'll be Paris bound for "The Impatient Hus-j band," opposite beautiful Lllo Pulver. She'll be a French model and Tony will be her jealous mate. Jack Arnold directs. . . .j To date Elizabeth Taylor has not collected any money from Mike Todd's estate. A lot of dough was involved but it was all owed. Liz's agent, Kurt Frings, who'll meet his client in London on Sept. 2, has signed Jayne Mansfield. There are plenty of jobs waiting for Jayne in Europe. Jackie Gleason sure knows how to make an exit. Balloons, midgets, a band, beautiful girls his lovely choreographer, J one Taylor, his leading lady, Sue Ann Langdon, and his daughter Geraldlne Director George Marshall and 210 freeloaders were present when he took off on his special train bound for New York. Forty-five persons went with him. It was show business in the manner of P. T. Barnum, which some day Jackie must put on- screen. They had everything except" an elephant. ... A pal who saw Anita Ekberg in Rome recently BIG GEORGE by Virgil Partch ! DANTE'S ! SUPPER CLUB J 144 FRONT ST., HARTFORD J Tel. 527-9665 i DINING ' DANCING I FLOOR SHOW I WED. THRU SAT. I DONT MISS THIS ATTRACTION Featuring I EXOTIC DANCER ! YVETTE SIMIONE i MAT. DAILY 1:30 AIR COND 5ND. ? Ampt mu Forking - 3! $ a TOP FEATURES 2 KIM . JAMES ? NOVAK TT GARNER i TONY RANDALL z "THE" nnvci X-T-TIT nrvrt (C'SCOPE AND COLOR) ' PLUS EVA MARIE j WARREN SAINT BEATTY ALL FALL DOWN' NOTE: ONE COMPLETE EVE. SHOW STARTS 7:00-DOORS OPEN :J0 f ISii M NOW 2ND WEEK V t:f "EXTRAORDINARY M I AUVE.NIUILE.: BPVT ITI. UI.M Ul w "Black Orpheus" m NiGHr r I I PLUS A SHORT SUBJECT I B "WONDERFUL ISRAEL" Itff'iitlinf 4 b OUTtB NOT TO PUINVHU STWHMj , FEATURE FIRST TONIGHT iiriiiiiifj7" i-mk co LP F ""g ALSO-IN COLOR-AUOIB MURPHY "SIX BLACK HORSES" MATINEE SAT. 1 P.M. V'rM&ofilD-i mr in :1S KIM JAMES TONY NOVAK BARNCR RANDALL "BOYS' NIGHT OUT" vwrTTt MIMICUX ronnt HAMILTON LIGHT IM THE PIAZZA tin. M.M. "Lets Miki Lovi" Get More Out of Life ...Go Out To a Movie ALLYN GMgef Goes Hawaiian, 1:05, 4:25, 7:45; Gidget, 11:30, 2:50, e:10, 930. ART Julas and Jim, 7:20, :25; Short Sublect, 7:00, 9:05. BURNSIDE - Boy's Night Out, :M; Somethlns Wild, :J0, 10:10. CENTRAL - Boy't Night Out, 7:05, 9:25; Wonderful Israel, 6:45, 9:05. CINE' WEBB Th Sky Above, the Mud Below, 7:30, 9:30; Short Subjects, 7:00, 9:00. CINERAMA Saven Wonders ef tha World, 8:30. EASTWOOD Boy's Night Out, 1:30, 9:00; All Fall Down, 3:25, 7:00. ELM El Cid, 2:00, 8:30. E. M. LOEW'S Notorious Landlady, 10:35, 1:10, 3:45, 4:25, 9:00; Wonder of Dallas, 12:40, 3:20, 5:55, 1:30. LOEW'S POLI The Spiral Road, 1:25, 5:00, 1:45; Information Received, 12:15, 3:55, 7:30. LOEW POLI PALACE Lollfa, S:35, 8:25. NEWINGTON Boy's Night Out, e:00, 9:45; Bachelor In Paradise, 8:00. PLAZA Short Subjects, 4:30, a:37j That Touch of Mink, a:48, 8:55. RIVOLI What a Carve Up, :45, :4J; Invasion Quartet, 8:2J. STRAND - Tha Music Man, 11:40, 2:40, 5:45, 8:50. BERLIN DRIVE IN I Spit On Your Grave, 10:20; Bourbon Street Shadows, 8:40; Bonus Hit, 12:14. BLUE HILLS DRIVE IN Hercules, 8:10; Attllla, 10:15. EAST HARTFORD DRIVE IN Cape Fear, 8:15; Follow That Dream, 10:10. EAST WINDSOR DRIVE IN Bon Voyage, 10:20; Geronlmo, 8:15. FARMINGTON DRIVE IN - Light In The Piazza, 8:20; Boy's Night Out, 10:20, HARTFORD DRIVE IN - Spartacus, 9:05; Islands of the Seas, 1:20. MANCHESTER DRIVE IN - To Hell and Back, 10:15; Never Steal Anything Small, 8:20. MANSFIELD DRIVE IN Notorious Landlady, 9:45; Wild Westerners, 8:30. MEADOWS DRIVE IN - Bird Man of Alcatraz, 9:40; War Hunt, 8:15. PIKE DRIVE IN To Hell and Back, 10:15; Never Steal Anything Small, 8:20. MIDDLETOWN DRIVE: IN Big Red, 8:20; Jessica, 10:10. PLAINVILLE DRIVE IN- - Six Black Horses, 8:30; That Touch of Mink, 10:10. PORTLAND DRIVE IN - Purple Hills, 8:30; Hatarl, 9:30. The above time schedules are tup. piled by the theater managements and are subject to change without notice. swears she's put on more than 50 pounds. She's now in a Rome clinic trying to take it off, and has the same doctor that worked with Mario Lanza. . . . The Professor Higgins role in "My Fair Lady" is between Cary Grant and Peter O'Toole. I've never seen O'Toole on thesscreea, but can't imagine anybody being better than Grant. Gloria Vanderbilt, here visiting he? mother ("We're really great friends now"), was taken aback when I asked about a report tnat she and Director Sidney Lumet were separated and he was dating Lena Home's daughter, Gail Jones. . . . "It's fantastic," said Gloria. "I can't believe it. 1 absolutely deny that we're separated. I came west because my boys are spending August with their father (Leopold Stokowski) and I was free." . . . Gloria has written a play, "Three by; Two," which Tammy Grimes may do on Broadway this fall, and1 recently got her first short story j published. j Debbie Reynolds paid storage on a winding staircase six years, waiting for the day she'd build her dream house. When she heard that Sidney Guilaroff was looking, for one for his new Beverly Hills' house, she said: "I've got one that's to die over, but I'll never sell it. Please put it in your house. I'll be happy if I can vis't it once in a while." . . . That old villain, Murvyn Vye, is very I large in the dress business, promoting his wife's line of clothes. . "You should be very funny." I told him. "I'll never forget when I took Rory Calhoun along to help emcee a fashion show for Shirley Temple and her Tally Ho group. Those French names threw him as no horse had ever done." . . . "Yeah," said Murvyn. "I'm so funny I just tied up the whole I. Magnin chain." You are In the Hollywood know when you read Hedda Hopper daily and Sunday in The Courant. "Harry got the Idea from our outdoor barbecue." Courant Now Offering Children's Story Book A 32-page, colorfully illustrated collection of original stories and whimsical poems especially written for small children by Eva S. Phillips. Happy and Hop-py are two young brothers who have unusual adventures in the world of fairies and little animals, and through them learn some of Nature's secrets. Chil dren really enjoy these tales and poems, which are ideal for read ing aloud. Happy and Hoppy is 25 cents, plus five cents for mailing. Send your order directly to Washington, D.C. addressed as follows: The Hartford Courant Information Bureau 635 F St., N.W. Washington 4, D.C: I enclose 30 cents in coin for a copy of the booklet Happy and Hoppy. Name Street City State Vacation Set in Italy SALSOMAGGIORE, Italy (AP) Arrangements have been made for Tunisia's President Habib Bourguiba to spend 15 or 20 days in this north Italian health resort in September. HEALTH CAPSULES by Michael A. Petti, M.D. WHAT CAUSES A CHILPS ANT ' SOCIAL BSMAVIOR ? MANY FACTORS ARE INVOLVE!?, BUT AN IMPORTANT ONE IS THE UNWITTING CONSENT FOR. SUCH BEHAVIOR PROM ONE OF TWS PARENTS. TOMORROW! THE PSytHlATRtST. Health Capsules gives helpful Information. , It is not intended to be of a diagnostic nature. FREE ELECTRIC PLAYGROUNDS i uttBLaa men cLtJ BricN(eaie PLUS WALT 'DISNEY'S "ISLANDS OP THE SEAS" I cJtll w irr sttiinJI offers cash for answer to puzzle BONANZA BILL . coming Saturday with new crossword puzzle. See Saturday's 'aVTiL i For finest 4 SUMMER FUN i J Follow US. 5 to: j fa I f Y PUTNEY, VERMONT 4 A VERMONT Santa's summer headquarters 18 fun-packed attractions Tame animals to feed and pet FREE PICNIC AREA Send cards postmarked "Santa's Land, USA" from official U.S. Post Office on premises Frea parking, fr'aa 'movies, free admission to children under 8 Writ for Santa's Free) Gift Catalog i ON ROUTE S at Intersection of INTERSTATE 91 (Please print) Appeal to Russia Relayed by Telstar NEW YORK (AP)-Radio Liberty broadcast Thursday in seven Soviet languages via Telstar an appeal to the Russians for a free exchange of information and ideas. It said Telstar symbolizes the increasing opportunities for such exchanges. The broadcast from New York was relayed by the communica tions satellite to a receiving sta tion in France for broadcast from Radio Liberty's transmitting stations on the Continent. The message was beamed into i the Soviet Union in Russian, Ukranian, Byelorussian, Armenian, Georgian, Tatar and Uzbek. Radio Liberty is an anti-Communist, privately owned network, sometimes known as "the Voice of former Soviet citizens." Its slogan is "Freedom for the peoples of the U.S.S.R." Its parent organization is the American Committee for Liberation, which is supported by various foundations. It has been beaming messages into the Soviet Union since 1953 from transmitters in both Europe and the Far East. Questions Answered THE HARTFORD COURANT; Friday, August 17, 1962 n By HASKIX A reader can get . an answer,; by mail, to any question of fact! by writing The Hartford Cou- rant. Information Bureau, 635 F St, N.W., Washington 4. D.C. Please enclose return postage or self-addressed stamped envelope.) Drum Q. What type of drum do the steel bands of the West Indies! use? I.T. A. The drum, which' is the principal instrument, is made by denting and tempering sections of the top of an oil drum. Each section gives a dif-i ferent note when beaten with rubber-tipped sticks. The altered containers can be made to produce tip to about two dozen different notes. The idea is supposed to have originated when youngsters stole garbage containers to use as noisemakers during pre-Lenten carnival festivities. i i President : Q. Is .there any clause in the iConstitution prohibiting members of certain religions from becoming President of the United States? V.S. A. There is not. Article VI of the Constitution states that "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States." Diseases Q. In 1900, what diseases were the leading causes of death? M.F. A. At the time of the 1900 census, only about 38 per cent of the country's population lived in "registration areas," from which vital statistics were reported. Based on these reports, the death rate per 100,000 people was reported as follows for the five leading causes: . pneumonia, 191.9; consumption (tuberculosis), 190.5; heart disease, 134.0; diarrheal diseases, 85.1; diseases of the kidneys, 83.7. : i Meals Q. How many meals a day should healthy people in their 70s eat? L.A. A. The number of meals is not so important as the proper choice and correct total quantity of food. While three meals are customary, many older , persons prefer to eat more frequently. The day's total of food should be divided about evenly, so that each meal is satisfying. If there is one heavier meal, it should be in the middle of the day. The dangers of too-frequent meals include eating too much food and eating too many snacks and sweets in place of the needed vegetables, fruit, milk and other protein foods. . Tennis Q. How and why is air under pressure put in a tennis ball? B.G. A. The center of a tennis ball contains air under 18 pounds pressure, so that the ball will bounce properly when it lands. The air is introduced during the process in which two half-shell rubber molds are vulcanized together to form a ball center. While air pressure is being applied, a ram within the vulcaniz-er squeezes each set of rubber molds together to form one center , and simultaneously inflates the center. Curing in the vul-canizer follows. Bird Q. What is the biggest European land bird? T.C. A. The great bustard is the largest European land bird, the males sometimes weighing over 30 pounds and having an 8-ft. wingspread. Bustards are game birds, of a family related to both the cranes and the plovers. The bustard is an exceedingly wary bird, slow in flight but very swift on foot. The name is from the Latin "avis tarda," meaning "slow bird." Bustards of various types are found in many parts of the world. Job Claims Rise By 457 in Week Unemployment claims In the state last week numbered 32,864, the state labor department reported Thursday, an Increase of 457 over the previous week. The figure includes 6,361 claims filed by persons out of work because of factories closing down for vacations. During the comparable for two weeks of 1961, claims declined from 53,390 to 51,-782. For July, the labor department reported, the number of claimants exhausting their regular benefits was higher at 2.437 than the 1,813 exhaustees during June. So far this year, 18,162 persons hav exhausted their benefits compared with 31,919 during the same period of 196L Marriage Licenses The following applications have been filed at the Bureau of Vital Statistics: Robert L Turgeon of East Hartford, auto body mechanic, and Julia A. La- roux of Windsor Locks, no occupation listed William T. McAullffe of Rocky Hill, I storekeeper, and Mary E. Casner of 28S j Oxford St., decorator. - Paul J. Fehrenbach of Wetherstleld. ! electrician, and Lynne F. folllgan, of 95 Spring St., registered nurse, i :Donald R. Hersey of East Hartford, i student, and Judith A. Sullivan of East ; Hartford, engineering aide. Thomas G. Dignan of 2M Blue Hills !Ave., student, and Jean V. Clementine of Edgewood St., chemist. Junius Dlx of Newark, N.J., seaman, and Mattia Smith of S Liberty St no occupation listed. WILLIAM H. PEHL Oculists' Prescriptions Filled Broken Lenses Repaired e Repair Work of All Kinds 11 ASYLUM ST. RM. 303 CR 1-6570 tf 'Stmt iM "tH ft R J -- ffvfi.m. m MILSHIR THE POT STILL GIN fr53f7 - 4.15 45 QUART 80 PfOOF. DlSTllieO fROM 100S GRAIN. HEUBIEINI. INC . HARTFORD, CONN, 1962 1 i T J . THE TIME CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-DOOR SEDAN ...fora once-a-yearhy onjust theone you want! m.Ut., mmSt e, - CHEVY II NOVA 4-DOOR STATION WAGON Getting ready for a vacation trip couldn't be easier: just pick a Chevrolet, pack your family and go. And that first part is easiest of all with what your Chevrolet dealer has to pick from. The Jet-smooth Chevrolet, America's favorite family car, jvith a ride , that only seems expensive; the Chevy II, about as lively and luxurious as you can get for a low, low price; the sporty Corvair, a rear-engine beauty that just refuses to be run-of-the-mill. One of these 4-doors (or a too-door for that matter) is sure to fit your family and budget just fine. So okay -what are you waiting for? f,--5OTgmireaya'- www'll'9t--m"u? ' ." ji&$jr " -- ' CnEVY II NOVA 4-DOOR SEDAN CORVAIR MONZA 4-DOOR SEDAN See the Jet-smooth Chevrolet, Chevy II and Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's CAPITOL MOTORS. INC. 1214 Main St., Hartford 527-8144 ARDERY CHEVROLET, INC. 125 Pequonock Ava., Windsor 688-3696 DW0P.IN CHEVROLET, INC. 476 Conn. Blvd., East Hartford 289-3441' Carter Chevrolet Co., Inc. 1229 Main St., Manchester Ml 9-5288 GR0DY CHEVROLET CO. 21 Isham Rd West Hartford "236-5601 Wilcox-Rau Chevrolet, Inc. 1 141 Stanley St., New Britain . BA 9-0341

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