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16 • February 2018 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. U R 2 Sweet 2 B 4 Got 10!


2 cups sugar ¾ cup ginger ale


1/3 cup of excellent whiskey (Jameson is fine) 5 cups flour


1 teaspoon ground cloves (op- tional, of course)


1 full cup of chopped pecans or walnuts (those nuts work best be- cause of texture and flavor) Two favorite comic films from


the distant past are rare treats and perhaps “just right” for Valentine’s


Day with those you love to enjoy with you: “Cousin Cousine” is a 1975 French romantic comedy with English subtitles. Sophisti- cated fun, the film won a whole array of awards and continues to amuse. Hard to fathom that “Bringing up Baby,” starring Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant, a Howard Hawks film was made in 1938. And it was a flop when it first was shown. Today, it is a prime example of “Screw-


ball Comedy Films” genre. If you have never seen these two films, you are in for a treat, plus a visit to a witty bit of past history and the “inno- cent” com- ic view of love


then. If I could turn the to


on Valen- tine’s Day, it would be


To my sur- prise, because I finally did get a copy of his extraordinary, small 1916 book: “Te Training of the Human Plant” I learned that he was extremely sympathetic to children. My brief visits to his lovely home and charming gar- dens during a few tours there led me to think that he was an Edison-type genius who could be quite cruel to his many workers.


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back clock greet


... continued from page 5


How wrong that interpretation was. In simply 99 pages, Burbank, although fiercely idealistic and quite fo- cused on perfec-


tion, con- vincingly


tells the reader:


to envi- ronment,


“All ani- mal life is sensitive


the most sensitive. Surroundings act upon it as the outside world acts upon the plate of the cam- era. Every possible influence will leave its impress upon the child. Te child is like a cut diamond, its many facets receiving sharp, clear impressions not possible to a pebble.” Of course, every child in the world would agree with his ... continued on page 18


but of all living things, the child is


JOKES & Humor # 6


“Poor Old fool,” thought the well-dressed gentleman as he watched an old man fish in a puddle outside a pub. So he invited the old man inside for a drink. As they sipped their whiskeys, the gentle- man thought he’d humor the old man and asked, “So how many have you caught today?” The old man replied, “You’re the eighth.”


‘Friday’ is about hanging out with friends, having fun. I felt like it was my personality


in that song. Rebecca Black


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16 • February 2018 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. We believe in working hard and having fun at the same time. It’s a way of life for me, and I feel tremendous. ~ Robert Stigwood


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