The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on December 25, 1969 · 68
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 68

Miami, Florida
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Thursday, December 25, 1969
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6-H THE MIAMI HERALD Thurs Dec 25 1963 Ppch to Star With Tuesday Weld HOLLYWOOD Calif — (UPI) — Gregory Peck and Tuesday Weld will co-star j for Columbia Pictures in “An Exile” based on Madison Jones’ novel eau Some Excellent Movies On the Holiday Menu KING’S THINGS There are some excellent holiday film attractions around We have already commented on “Marooned” a well-done space melodrama that will hold you to your seats “Paint Your Wagon” is another dandy I can’t figure out why some of the New York critics were so rough on this one what with a fine score and a superb performance by Lee Marvin The music is way above regular caliber and even Clint Eastwood and Jean Seberg rise to the occasion with fine interpretations of their roles As for Marvin well he is simply enchanting He has so captured his character that you have to label his effort as memorable I thor-MARVIN oughly enjoyed “Paint Your Wagon” and I imagine you will too “Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice” is a wonderful American comedy that is both humorous and meaningful It has a lot to say about the sexual attitudes of this generation while finally pointing out that in the end sex is a very very personal thing The stars are just fine with Elliott Gould worthy of particular mention Take along a couple you love and enjoy gang enjoy TONY BENNETT and Count Basie give the Diplomat’s Cafe Cristal one heckuva quinela Bennett is one of those singers’ singers who understands lyrics and phrasing Basie is only the best band around und has been for a long long time The combination of the two (they’ve worked together many times before) gives pop music fans an evening they’ll long remember For the Jirst time an upcoming “Honeymooners” scene I m a Jackie Gleason show will use an actual 'sewer” set The show's scenic ace Neil De-'uca is getting an inside tour from Miami leach streets and sewers supervisor Harry 1 Jansky so Harry's pal Art Carney will be in BENNETT proper surroundings There’s probably a lot more Missouri money around now that Colorado and Nebraska have so impressively performed in bowl attractions Alabama in the Liberty and Georgia in the Sun were soundly beaten teams This Big 8 must really be some conference and you can bet Joe Paterno of Penn State is really worried these days Terry Bradshaw Bill Cappelman and Mike Phipps all of whom will perform in this afternoon’s Shrine classic at the Orange Bowl are certain to be first round pro draft selections Indeed with the problems in Pittsburgh and Chicago Phipps and Bradshaw may just go one-two THE CERTIFIED Public Accountants division of the United Fund headed by South Miami Councilman Ed Bram-gon set a record this year in collecting 541000 The figure was 19 per cent over the goal alloted the CPA’s Applause for the 800 members of the Park South Condominium’s Sunshine Club The Broward County residents collected and bought dolls and toys and distributed them to children of migrant farm workers Miami Beach sure must have drawing power or some kind of special current The South Florida Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association reports that almost 7000 members and guests attended the national organization’s 68th annual convention here recently That was the largest of any convention the NECA ever held The first Miami Pet and Animal Show opens Friday noon f at Dinner Key Auditorium Larry Perl's Expositions International is putting it on and I hear the kids will love it Lindsey Hopkins Education Center now offering a four month course in Computer Programming with classroom experience on the famed IBM 300 WRIZ’s GOSPEL disc jockey Brother Ray successfully raised 58000 for the United Negro College Fund through a benefit at Bayfront Auditorium World famous television and record artists The Soul Stirrers along with Dorothy Norwood and her Norwood Singers drew a packed house at the benefit which was all coordinated and emceed by Brother Ray Bowl They’ll call it "The End Zone” WGBS Rado offers Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic with “The Messiah” It’ll be aired this afternoon at 12:35 City Commissioner Maurice Ferre had coffee and donuts delivered to the city precinct workers in all the city precincts on Election Day And he wasn’t even on the ballot Merry Christmas friends one and all HOLLYWOOD — (UPI) — Monty Markham star of the defunct “Second Hundred Years” television series will star in a new video skein next fall in the title role of “Mr Deeds Goes to Town” 03 EXPANDING? 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