The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on April 4, 1966 · 51
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The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia · 51

Atlanta, Georgia
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Monday, April 4, 1966
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If y , t I v . -.-J? i na-;iir .A S Yields Throne Fat Morrow, left, and Barbara Parkins, right, of Peyton Place, will help Susan Henning, 1965 titleholder of the Miss Teen USA title, pass her crown to another youngster Wednesday in the Miss Teen International Pageant a 10 p.m. on Channel 11. Record Spinner Teen Night luh GPpens Across frosn hasnblce IpInsu By BEVERLY BLACKWELL The biggest news of the week musically is the new teenage night club that opened last Friday on Longview Drive across from the Chamblee Plaza shopping center. The emcee for Friday's opening was Pat Hughes, WQXI deejay. The guest ft stars, Sam the Pharaos, appeared doing their smash hit from last year, "Wooly Bully," and VJi holding a '' short autograph session aftcrw a r d s. Bfvfriy Biackwfii Saturday night Wayne Lackadesi and the Commotions were featured. I know all of you are interested in knowing a little more about the club, so here's the story from Pat Hughes: You must be over 14 and under 21 to attend. The club will be open from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday with after-school jam sessions featuring local talent. On Friday and Saturday after 7 p.m. name entertainers will appear. (Beginning this summer the club will operate six nights a week with name entertainers each night.) Prices will range from around $1.50 to $2.50, depending on day of the week and who the guest stars are. School clothes will be appropriate during the day; after 7 p.m. the dress rules will be a little stricter. Boys will be asked to wear coats f m,r ftTT'ri r -fc " PALL REVERE Raiders On Top and ties or sweaters with shirts and ties; for the girls, Sunday or appropriate evening attire will be preferred. Slacks or shorts will not be allowed. The "21-14 A-Go-Go" will operate as a private club, with membership cards issued. The initial fee paid when you go for the first time serves as your membership fee, but you still must pay to get in at all times. Everyone knows that the teens of Metro Atlanta have needed a place to relax and have fun for a long time. The time has finally arrived when someone has realized this and established a teen - age club for us. If this effort to keep kids off the streets is successful, it may influence other cities to do the same. We all know that Friday and rl fJS CENTS I or $45 PER WK. I I I frTfVll I M k I iM , I MARIETTA. G. TV CALLS RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS night I 634-9070 l SUNDAY ' Repair Mad in Tht Home When Postibl Toco Hill. SERVING Tuckor. NorcroM. La Vltta Rd.. Brlarcliff Rd Ciairmont Area. Avondal. Decatur, Clarkaton LA VISTA RADIO TV SERVICE Saturday night dates can get pretty routine there's no place to go besides a movie or a ball game when they're in season, and I'm sure that most kids would rather dance or listen to a good band. THE NO. 1 RECORD on the WQXI Top 30 Survey this week is "Kicks," by Paul Revere and the Raiders, knocking "Secret Agent Man" out of the top spot. This sudden rise from No. 17 to No. 1 may be due to their appearance here last month. Elvis' latest, "Frankie and Johnny," came up from No. 31 to No. 21, a 10-point rise which I gladly receive. Herman's Hermits, with "Hold On," came up from a minus to No. 13, as did Petula Clark's "Sign of the Times" to No. 16 and the Tijuana Brass' "What Now My Love?" at No. 27. Lou Christie's "Rhapsody in the Rain" is one of the grooviest new sounds to hit, as is "I Hear Trumpets Blow" from The Tokens. Otis Redding's version of "Satisfaction" is truly one big gross flag-out; the same goes for "634-5789" from Wilson Pickett and the new one from Joe Tex, "The Love You Save." The Pick Hits of the Week are "Gloria" from the Shad- i ows of Knight; "Bang Bang" j bv Cher and Norma Tanega's i "Walking My Cat Named 1 Dog." I'D LIKE to hear from Atlanta's teens about the goings- : on at their schools. Address J letters to me in care of the , Constitution. ! P.S. If you see a UFO, give me a buzz!!! ; the health water that helped make Hot Springs famous home delivered in ATLANTA to any who suffer from KIDNEY and BLADDER SYMPTOMS Mountain Valley Water, just as you would drink it in the great health resort city from its natural spring source. So many doctors recommended this water as aid in the relief of Kidney and Bladder symptoms that Mountain Valley Water is bottled so its benefits are easily available to people throughout the nation. Mountain Valley Water in recommended daily amounts helps stimulate kidney action and soothe bladder irritation. Ask your doctor. Phone 373-1000 pi l TV' CALLS 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Abwluttly no charge If we cannot repair your aet In your home. If we do, total charge, parti and labor will be $7 96 to get your et back - in operating conamon. upon aavt per wock. t SERVING ALL ATLANTA 627-7564 : YOU AUK COKDIAM.Y lNYITI.I) to attend the GootI Friday Memorial Service of the Second Ponce de Leon Kaptist Church featuring REQUIEM IN I) MINOR W. A. Muzmi preented by the C'.hanrel-SiiiK'liiary (llioir, Soloisls, OrrlicMrii, and Orgiin ('.. Stanley Powell. Mui-ul Director 7:30 P.M., April 8. in the Sanctuary 2715 Peachtree lioad. Northeast D RTY? AVE 500 Living room, dining room and hall cleaned for $2350 Atlanta Floor Service 261-8573 M'l I I III Ml I BABY'S FIRST SHOES ARE PRICELESS 1 J'i'hHf t. -r, - , r ,- , p. d I lil.l III t"i Preserve them forever in bronze, during our MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL Tlfl NOW $16-95 iTYLF. 74 INTRODUCING BR0NZW00D BOOKENDS An elegant style, blending the warmth ot walnut with the beauty of bronze . . . Bronze perfect for any home setting. 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