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obc) INTERSTATE 7?^, 7^15 9:15 —■—■— America’s Favorite Of The -70s Where were you , RICHARD DREYFUSS Young Stariti 'JAWS' RONNY HOWARD m r\\“u.\m //!}>" WOLFMAN JACK /.< id nrfiirtj lìtui Jiirkt i/ Special 7Day Engagement HELD OVER FINAL WEEK 710 ' 9:00 Critic Says Rock Music More Deadly Than Drugs 'nu£*S!^El?u Wednesday, January 14, 1976—B5 ■JL, i WÊÊW j ; < ânfaf/hrj SAN RAFAEL. Calif (UPD- As if you didn’t know it, many people over 40 think that rock music is terrible — just plain noise, too loud for human eardrums and too raucous to be called music A new champion for these parents is Adam Knieste, who says he believes rock music is ' 'more deadly than heroin. ’ ’ Knieste, 58, is a choirmaster, organist and music therapist He has studied the effects of rock music for the past 10 years He said the problem is that rock music is mostly noise and noise can cause hostility, fatigue, narcissism, panic, indigestion, high blood pressure, hypertension and other problems "Rock is not a harmless pastime but a dangerous drug on which our children are hooked." he said “Rock is more deadly than heroin because it is generally thought to be harmless and therefore does its damage unchallenged ” He said Elvis Presley and the late Jimi Hendrix are purveyors of “the gospel of the wrong note " Knieste has treated psychotics by playing soothing music for them “If certain music can bring emotional stability, then it is possible that other music can THE MIXER Select words meaning the opposite of the word« above the squares, arranging the letters in the two word* to form a new word which means: 1/ Big Bird" Still News CINEMA IU»a{ Mi (.-»I (» UW «lai • Ut CINTI* ] WORLD PREMIERE 1 > create mental havoc among those whose minds are not disturbed,” hi’said Knieste got into researching rock because his own sons listened to it and “it was driving me out of the house ” He said he administered an emotional stability test to 250 high schoolers while they listened to rock music The results suggested all were sick, he said Marine Cadets Will Conduct Two Parades Two major parades will be conducted by the Corps of Cadets at the Marine Military5 Academy during the month of ,J anu a rv Roth pa rack's wi 11 take place on the academy parade field, with starting times of 10 a m The parade Saturday will feature the academy marching band and the MMA award winning precisian drill team The second parade, on Jan 24 will feature only the MMA band On Saturday, in honor of the nation's 200ih birthday, the cadets will parade as {»art of the Bicentennial program sponsored by the Knights Templar of San Benito and Edinburg It is expected that, over 300 Masons, their families and friends will attend Following the military parade, a program on patriotism and Masonry will be iarine Military iitorium The s invited to both >no parade will be held lore than 20 World Aces who will be ('«nfederate Air mg stands will I k * field and the public QUEEN eating or drinking something TOGETHER The MIXER word is: EO The Harlingen Police Depart ment has been besieged with calls from newspapers and television stations from as far away as California concerning the sightings of a big bird flying around the Valley, See Related Story On Page A—7 Previous Mixer Answer Opposite words: REST and GAG. Mixer word: STAGGER. Tt ENTERTAINMENT Bicentennial Committee Fund Raising Planned DONNA — Fund raising events at the South T xas Lamb and Sheep Exposition and red, white and blue garden flowers are in the plans of the Donna Bicentennial Committee. Gienn White, publicity chairman, said today. He sairi the Horizons Suhcom- mittee with the Rev. Matias Quintanilla and Mrs Estella Villegas as co-chairmen will set up a booth at the Iamb show Friday and Saturday Homemade goods, artifacts and white elephant ’ items will be sold, with proceeds to go toward bieentenrua Persons with donati are asked to c e Caldwell or *¥ > projects is for the itact Mrs am «7* DRIVE-IN f 0 NOW SHOW INt '*-<*• ...- ULfCC MSD »'Vi in W C3 IflEK W#f NOW SHOWING pleasir and bl plants iturda* the bicentennial will sponsor a chicken je in connection with the low Serving will be from to 3 p m at the Rotary ivilion vt’hieh adjoins the ion hall s* also announced the i ¡arden Club will sponsor ¡tion awards for the most g showing or red. white m flowering shrubs and Mrs Myrtle Wharton will be awards chairman for the monthly selection White also issued a statement for the bicentennial committee urging residents to get started on a cleanup, pamtup fixup campaign to show off the city to its best advantage in the nation’s 200th year He said the cleanup project would involve every citizen Mrs. Martha Frantz is chairman and Julie Radocevich is co-chairman of the Donna Bicentennial Committee NUTCRACKER’ SETS A RECORD NEW YORK (AP) - During the performance week of Dee 9 through 14. the New York City Ballet s production of The Nutcracker ' set a box office record at the New York State Theater A paid attendance of 21,886 persons, representing box office receipts of $193,043 was recorded during that six-day period This was the highest figure achieved by any attraction appearing at the State Theater since it opened in 1964 Guy Anderson, police chief, said in his opinion the big bird story is for the birds “Individuals who have reported seeing a big bird no doubt did see a bird,” he said, “but at this time of the year there are plenty of big birds in the area ’’ The story about the bird began near Robstown a couple of mon ths ago and early this month, two San Benito policemen reported seeing a bird with a wing span of about 15 feet When this was published, calls to law enforcement agencies started coming in from persons who said they saw the big bird On Jan 7, Alverico Guajardo J r , of Brownsville said he heard something hit his trailer home and when he went outside he saw a bird-like creature about four feet tall, brown, with large wings and a head resembling that of a bat l^ter. two youngsters reported sighting a similar creature Early Monday, a report came in to the Harlingen police station about a large bird just off Highway P>3 This was investigated and it was discovered the bird had been manufactured from palm leaves and sticks But there are a number of real, live birds in the Valley area, including great blue herons which stand more than three feet tall and occasionally emit a loud noise There are also some pelicans which have a large wing spread and experience considerable difficulty in taking off from the ground Condors are also large birds but they are not common to the Valley and insofar as can be determined, ornithologists have never reported the presence of a condor in the area There is also a variety of other herons, cranes and birds with long legs, necks and beaks eking out a living by fishing in shallow water and marsh lands, particularly in wildlife refuges Most of these birds are capable of making noises, some by pulsating their throats So, the next time anyone .sees a bird — a big bird — it would be well to observe carefully Note the color of the plumage the* Schools Ask For Grants RIO HONDO - The school district plans to apply for assistance under the Emergency School Aid Act (ESAAs for bilingual, basic and pilot grants in Rio Hondo, according to Supt Pete K roll Advisory committee members are Mary’ Ann Gusler Federico Gonzales, Rena Morgan, Clarence Bates, Lorenzo Saldivar, Ernesto Gonzalez, 1 R Reiff. Frank Hernandez. Ruby Tilley and Dora Montalvo Students on the committee are Abel Alaniz and Cindv Roiz A public hearing is set for Jan 22 at 7 p m in the high school library, when proposed projects will be discussed approximate height, color and length of legs and beak Then, go to the library and do a little ornithological research or ask somebody who knows something about birds A word of warning Don’t shoot any long-legged bird you may see Most are on the protec ted list and you will be in for a court appearance and a fine Frequently during migrating season, birds will fly into utility poles, trees, or buildings and injure themselves About two years ago. a blue heron flew into a utility pole on 13th Street near Vernon Junior High School and fell m the middle of the street The heron was only momentarily stunned because when two men tried to pick it up it fended them off with its long beak They finally captured the heron by throwing a large burlap bag over it A Valley Morning Star reporter watched this operation and asked the men what they intended to do with the bird They said they would take it to a resaca and release it The heron was released near a resaca in San Benito obc INTERSTATE 77 NO EXPWÍSSWAY I PH1CE *0 The Life and Times GRIZZLY ADAMS Color by Deluxe The True story o? a man exiled in the wilderness and how he learns to survive Dan Haggerty a:» J.v : e. 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