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The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey · Page 11

Bridgewater, New Jersey
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Monday, January 17, 1972
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J I Orchestra head hoping for good financial season NEWARK "We are determined that 1972 will bring us not only continued artistic gram. This year the orchestra opening of the John F. Kennedy received $72,000 The orchestra also had a state success, but success also in the ; appropriation to support an-imponant area of building the necessary financial support as well," says Alan V. Lowens-tein, president of the N.J. Symphony Orchestra last year s student program, which included 43 concerts for about 15,000 students in school auditoriums. lhe orchestra performed a ine orchestra has received amtntal nf 102 concerts last vear $82,000 grant from the National Ninetv-four of them were in 15 Endowment for the Arts to sup- New Jersey counties. port its student concert pro-'orchestra performed at llabcr's Hollywood SoBhi JL in m lanes vei latest film fienter for the Performing Arts ind at Carnegie Hall. The orchestra's annual budget is about $1 million, most of which goes for musicians' salaries. About 100 professional musicians play with the orchestra. The orchestra's deficit, which has grown in recent years. The; "must be met through strong the ! fund-raising efforts in New Jersey, says orchestra officials. "We know that financial support for this orchestra is available in New Jersey, from individuals and corporations as well as from many foundations," said Lowenstein. By JOYCE HABER Gannett News Service Special Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti God," announced that everyone should be married at least six times. That means Rita has one will make 'The Love Song of jt0 S- Mama Lumera" for Warners! Which reminds me that rela- this fall. It's vet another tale nfitive newlylwed Tina Onassis Bolker broke her shoulder while skiing in Sun Valley with Wendy Stark, the daughter of Fran and producer Ray. Yes, husband Joe the Mafia based on the novel "The Mafiosa. "But not yet quite just another. Because Sophia plays the widow of a Ma-fioso who tires of taking over his duties and prepare yourself takes the veil. Sophia as a nun? Why not? Warners' foreign production vice president, Robert Solo, set the deal, which follows two other Loren films, "Man of La Mancha" and "Apaches," a western again for her husband Ponti. . . . Those with almost total recall may remember that Andy Griffith surfaced in a straight dramatic role in Elia Kazan's "Face in the Crowd." Now Andy's going dramatic again for a spcrmpnt nf MnH RmiaH rallpd . 1 . I Amboy's Drive-In Friends R Big ueorge. Aaron opening : io:5i. Medium cool R 8:56 and Anthony Spinner coaxed ctfsrr0ackterBlunRd7,B9rook) Des"er8,e him OUt Of OOmedy for the ShOW, Brunswick Drive-In (Route 1) Tower , - , . . , , , - : of Screaming Virgins R 7:30, 10:40. WhlCh airs later thlS Season. . . !Daugrlters of Darkness - R 9 a casting: Tony i .?'nei JjHrlsvi' 'Vn. Bl" Jaclc Cinema (Blue Star) Now here's Randall has signed to do the voice of a rat (a nice rat, of course) in Hanna-Barbera's ani mated film Of the tj. H. White !?:15 Machine Gun McCain Budgeting explained SOUTH PLAINFIELD Board of Education member David Dener last night explained the procedures by Bolker (and his daughters) were; which a school budget comes there. Also there at Lucille iinto being. IBall's condominum. when Lucy I Dener is a candidate in the broke her leg skiing was Liza February school election. Minnelli. Liza was Lucy's "The school budget accounts and mostly Desi Arnaz Jr's. :for 60 per cent of the borough's house guest. She just returned, taxes. For the benefit of the from Paris with Desi Jr. It's: children and the taxpayer this getting to be quite a thing. Lit- complex and important finan ce Lucie Arnaz, meanwhile, is cial plan must be carefully con- close to a deal with CBS for herjstructed. It must be understood own TV series next season. (by those responsible for ap proving or rejecting the budget, the taxpayer," Dener said. "Establishing a priority system is the only rational approach to budgeting," he pointed out. As salary and employee benefits are about 75 per cent of the budget, state imposed deadlines create a serious problem if negotiations with our employees are not completed by final adoption. In timetable 7, Diamonds Are Forever - gp 1:30, 3:35, 5:40, s, lono years past the board frequently Cinema (Menlo Park) Diamonds Arei-7 r . , Forever - gp 2:15, 4:50, 7:5c io negotiated a higher salary than GP 8:30 iiic uuutcCLCU iitLuic emu wua children's classic, "Charlotte's1 8:?5 piaTa 7uite-pGP 7 cnaraL,ers the necessary money from non- 1 Fox (Union) n . no 7.u o-An Fox" (Woodbridge)' The Butterfly : maintenance :X 2:30, 7, 10. Her, She and Him X i 1:30, 8:30 Rita Hayworth, arriving on lo-iJTeJ fcr'lvi. - gp " iuffii cation for Metro's "Wrath of ; ATLewc7nemPa Vcrou of . see no tvn Web." Henry Gibson and Debbie Reynolds will be other voice-overs. Diamonds Are educational areas such as Jerry Lewis Cinema jjgk Lyons Mall, So. Finiey Ave.Oo-t'y Baskinf Ridge . k&7ff 76S-05SS ! Kf "THE ANDERSON TAPES" STARRING SEAN CONNERY (GP) AND "SEE NO EVIL" STARRING MIA FARROW (GP) Jersey's Lowest Admission 9IJt C Except Fri.,Saf. ond" j) . Sun. Eves. $1.50 . Children 75c at all timet ' Dener said that the computer will assist in future budget evaluation and development. "We are no longer flying by the seat of our pants in the financial area," Dener said. "It is modern, objective ac tivities like these that I have and will continue to support if I am re-elected." Andersen Tapes GP 7 ! Majestic (Perth Amboy) The Volup j tuarv X 7, 9:30. Clinic X 8:25 Old Rahway Here We Go Round the! I Mulberry Bush R 7:30. Ginger A 9:10 I New Liberty Butterfly X 2:30, 7, i 10:03. Her, She and Him X 8:35 New Plaza (Linden) Night of the Living Deed GP 7, 10:25. Johnny Got His i Gun GP 8:35 Palace Cinema (Orange) Go Between GP 3:05, 8:35. Bed and Board ; no i -in 7 in-n Plainfield-Edison Indoors Creature, RusHiPSfimpn to liolfl with the Blue Hard GP 7:30, 10:30. UU9H1CSSIHCU lit HKfUl Beast of the Yellow Night R 8:50, 11:45 Plainfield-Edison Outdoors Creature iwith the Blue Hand GP 7, 10:30. Beast 'of the YeMow Night R 8:20, 11:15 Rialto (Westfield) French Connection ! R 7:15. 9:S5 Somerville Drive-In Beast of the Yeilow Night R 7, 9:45. Creature ' with the Blue Hand GP 8:-j2 Turnnike Indoor (Route 18) Cry Uncle R 7:30, 10:50. Little Murders R 9 Turnpike Outdoors (Route 18) Cisco i Pike 7, 10:30. Machine Gun McCain 8:40 Union Drive-In The Go-Between IGP 7, 10:45. Fragment of Fear GP ; 9:15 I Westfield Cinema Carnal Knowledge i R 7:30, 9:30. I Woodbridge Johnny Got His Gun 2, 7, 9 0 Slit , . l - - THE COURIER-NEWS, Monday, Jan. 17, 1972 11 Astrological Forecast . . . From the TV world of Sid & Marty Krofft, all the characters of "Living Island" pop into, "Zap! Here's H. R. Pufnstuf" as they join the frozen fantasy of the all-new Ice Capades at Madison Square Garden January 11 through 23. By CARROLL RIGHTER GENERAL TENDENCIES for . A curious day and evening. TUESDAY: A curious day and evening. The early morning finds a chance to get a good start on new avenues of expression, while the afternoon brings delays, restrictions and annoyances. However, the evening becomes unusually good for romance and entertainment with happiness in the air. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You have an excellent plan in mind that should be discussed with friends, but you have to let bygones be bygones. The social should be good in the evening when you can make new friends. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Use those appliances that make your daily routines more effective and profitable. Study your obligations and handle them properly. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Forget worries and engage in new activities that can relieve frustration and bring you a big- Yoiing people to be producers PRINCETON Young people will gather in McCarter Theatre today at 7:30 P.M. to plan programs for the New Jersey Broadcasting Authority's TV, 52 station. The program series, an outgrowth of the New Jersey Teen Arts Festival of 1971, will give youths between the ages of 13 and 19 a chance to formulate their own concepts and to develop them into actual television programs. 70 M m any movies, but j NEW YORK (AP) The MPAA figures show 454 films ; theater owners that "exhibitors stars' names are on the mar-jreleased during the tirst 11 are encouraged by tne tact tnat quees: W. C. FIELDS. Maeimonths of 1971 60 more than the studios are now setting pro- West. Charlie Chaplin in a similar period the previous 'duction budgets in a more 'Modern Times." year. realistic fashion and otherwise Think it's all from 30 or 40, i putting their financial nouses in organization meeting years ago.' JNot on your nve-cent popcorn. These are billings ior current performances, "revivals" that underscore a recurring problem within the movie industry A a shortage of product. The problem is not a new one, t ii nor a numerical one meie were about 50 more films released in the United States in 1971 than the previous year but a complex one involving dates and boxoffice ew winners order. "This should result in a more amply supply of capital for additional film production, with beneficial results for the theater man." 3 FX Ki n is f --MtwaJja 'I S i, .fig itaa m W W . i. ,. iQ)i? Let's Go To i NOW SHOWING ) ( ...n tn w i '"'" so-oo good. Jpuihfield SIND0OR.OUTD00P 'tWfy' f - N,. ' jf? uXS!" ) f OAHDW JTATt IX. tsTl Dinner 1 -f-m& tf rr S? tt?BIHE ' -:s:,;v w llifo) W illi . lH5K"B j Shirley MacLaine in I i T-- "ZZ" ' "TT,'""- -i twiimii ii i1 " .. '1 1. "Desperate Characters' 1 ,:Ji-i unurKvnilT i Evenings: 7:00 P.M. & 9:00 P.M. -fm RUWATUUI Saturday: 7:00 P.M. 8, 9:00 P.M. ,;r';-3 FOR CISCO PIKE! Sunday: 4:30 P.M., 6:40 P.M. & !7URHPl? He's trapped between 9:00 P M" DRIVE-IN the crooked cop and 3$ j Wednesday, January ith ouTfi iv'l the impossible Jack Nelson ,n TtT.iZoK rill deadline. 'Carnal Knowledge' f 4 HA tA r.rMCHA.-KUiu fc i (rated R) P'&'lP KAREN BLACK f,! j Ii ,i ji j. - uipij-yw-wjptyi)ii TJ?$'a KRIS KRISTOFFERSON I -f l.-mi r Hi8 -n?i :MJ&?&SA i Vr'fiLFsraiK? ti rT T "V i VIVA -HARRY DEAN STANTON " J BJ -J if- JT1 1 yLl j MACHINE GUN McCAIN .4 ! vIHIjaIS 766-0357 t I ' ATffT rl: . . INDOOR- v J.-,J, ,t $krt'k "" I -THEATRE I "Allen Garfield' 'Sham - Tlft 1 ei&TiW A mit MMucwui. An.pieolruiAiKliunk , ctO- - EAJT RUHSWICK f . ,hl,iSaloawid,px.l.V.2--:-;C Jffrfl ' 'TyCI 7-5055' LIFE MAGAZINE Jt&f!r J l j Playing At Your Fvori UNITED ARTISTS THEATRES SOUTH PLAINFIELD John Vlahakes, president Thomas Collators, has called an organizational meeting of the borough Chamber of Commerce for Thursday at 12 noon at Medici's. Vlahakes said that the meeting will discuss the organization's goals for the coming year. He urged members, guests and other interested persons to contact the Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce for further details. THE RISE IN NUMBER is primarily attributable to the growth of the independents. Mills estimated that there were 100 independent companies producing films in 1971, a testament to the death of the old Hollywood studio system. But, says Eugene Picker, president of the National Association of Theater Owners, the pictures from the independents, for the most part, "are not quality, not those that develop themselves .into box-office pictures." "There's always been a product shortage as far as we're concerned," says Picker, who also is president of the en- International Pictures, recently Itertainment division at Trans- told a convention of theater; Lux Corp. "Particularly of owners. He added: "To look forjquality product. There's a big the gravy and to ignore the; difference between celluloid and others is something you can ill quality. We are continually afford." !asking for more quality, box Taylor Mills of the Motion ;office attractions booking returns. "I don't think there's any shortage of pictures, but there is a shortage of pictures that 'make money," Samuel Z. nfiArkoff, head of American nni:niiffimii!iii;::!!!!!ii;iM Sheimvold on Bridge 1 By ALFRED SHEINWOLD 1 It's painful to think- It's much the hearts to get rid of the He noted that the theaters are filled with such "quality" product only at holiday times Christmas, Easter Picture Association of America echoed the thought: 4,A shortage? In the number of pictures, no. However, there weren't enough winners. Only (Thanksgiving when the au- about 10 per cent of those jdience is at its peak, released in 1971 showed good j Throughout the rest of the year, figures. There were very fewjin which the industry calls big pictures, very few money-("orphan periods," there are few makers. A shortage, yes, but, strong lures to fill theater seats, only of the big money-makers."1 But Picker told a meeting of simpler to follow some "safe" routine path even if that leads only to disaster. Please don't run off to some other part of the paper. The foregoing com ments were not referring to politics, business or public af fairs, but only to the simple game of contract bridge. What's more, I have a hand to prove it. South dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH 4 3642 V A Q J 3 . O 65 952 EAST WEST 10 7 3 109876 C 82 A AJ103 4 K953 Z 54 O A7 Q8764 SOUTH A AQ8 C K2 O KQJ10 943 South 1 O 3 O 4 NT West Pass Pass Pass North 1 V 3 4 5 O East Pass Pass All Pass 77 r oreign press unit lists nominations HOLLYWOOD (AP) The .McDowell, George C. i movies A Clockwork Urange, ";Gene Hackman and Scott, 'The French Connection, 'Mary, Queen of Scots," "The Last Picture Show" and "Summer of '42" have been nominated bv the Hollywood I Foreign Press Association as best dramatic pictures in its 29th Golden Globe competition. ; In the running for best dramatic actor of 1971 are Peter Finch, Malcolm Just a person who protects children and other living things mssr The Famous SNUFFY'S is opn every day of the year. Bring the children. Low, low prices. Porterhouse Steak, broiled over charcoal on a sizzling platter $4.42. Come Friday Over 20 choices of Sea Food. Fresh lobsters, $4.78. Cocktails, 56. WILLIAM ROBERTSON Owner-Manager Since 1932 PARK AVE., SCOTCH PLAINS, N. J. Telephone, 322-7726 Nicholson. Glenda Jackson, Jane Fonda, Vanessa Redgrave, Dyan Cannon and Jessica Walter were nominated as best dramatic ac tress for the awards, to be presented Feb. 6. The nominations were announced Wednesday. Nominated for best musical-comedy pictures were "The Boyfriend," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Kotch" and "A New Leaf." Gene Wilder, Dean Jones, Walter Matthau, and Bud Cort were nominated for best actor in musicals-comedy, with Sandy Duncan, Ruth Gordon, Angela Lansbery, Twiggy and Elaine May up in the category for best actress. Opening lead A A West opened the ace of clubs and paused for thought when South dropped the king. West then shifted to the ten of hearts. South won with the king of and Ipri thp kin? of Jack i orvtnnrlc tn rlrixo nt tVio qp Here is where East should have done some thinking. It should have occurred to East that South had the rest of the high cards for his very powerful bidding. If so, South, would probably win s i x diamonds, four hearts and the ace of spades unless he met with an obstacle. queen and eight of spades- Then he could claim the rest of the tricks. WTiat could East do about all this even if he thought about it? I told you thinking was painful. See if you can find the killing defense before you read on. After taking the ace of diamonds at the third trick, East should return his remaining heart. East cannot be sure that this return wil save the day, but he has no better chance. The heart return puts declarer in the dummy for the first and last time. If he tries to cash the queen or jack of hearts, East will ruff. South will overruff but will have to lead spades out of his own hand. And ir declarer tackles the spades without trying to cash a high heart, East can make sure of a spade trick by covering dum my's jack with the king. DAILY QUESTION Partner opens with one diamond, and the next player passes. You hold: S- K 9 5 3 II-5 4 D- A 7 C- Q 8 7 6 4. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid one spade. The hand is worth a response, but is not strong enough for a response of two clubs. ger income. Listen to what a newcomer has to suggest- You can profit from many good ideas. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Find the right method by which to handle responsibilities you have and advancement comes easily. Don't fret over little things with mate. Show more affection and all is well. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Know what your true position is with a prominent associate and then you know how to advance. Try not to be too demanding with others. Show that you ap-precite their efforts. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You can handle that work efficiently now provided you are not too overly concerned with unimportant details. You can improve your health intelligently. Be sure to drink enough water. LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) You have an opportunity to enjoy amustments with a person you like very much. Be sure not to neglect any obligations you may have. In the evening show that you have a romantic nature. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) By being truly friendly with persons you associate with daily, you find you get better results. In the evening do some entertaining and repay a longstanding social obligation. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) It is wise at this time to concentrate on financial and property matters that are vital to jrour future success. Take part in a group affair with mutual benefits. Retire early. CAPRICORN (Dec- 22 to Jan. 0) A new attitude now can be a definite aid in your career. First, got out of that dull routine you are in. You can beautify your surroundings and add to present comfort. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Steer clear of those who annoy you and start looking to better things in the future. Do some entertaining tonight. Take in your stride. Be poised. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) any annoyance that may arise If you do some careful planning, new doors of opportunity will open to you, particularly if you contact the right bigwigs. Show that you are a most loyal and dependable person- IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be one of those young people who must be taught to engage in new activities without fear. Otherwise there is the tendency here to get into a small grove that is comfortable and stay there, which impedes progress. Direct the education along lines that mean dealing with many people. The fields of selling and politics are fine here. Best Actor Gene Hackman New York Film Critics IN THE GREAT TRADITION OF AMERICAN THRILLERS. COLOR BY DELUXE' MORTGAGE TALKS SET TRENTON (AP) The New Jersey Mortgage Study Commission announced it will hold a public hearing Jan. 25 to examine proposals for expanding the supply of mortgage money fori home building. But East didn't think. He knew it was "safe" to lead the queen of clubs; and he promptly did so. The lead was so safe that it gave declarer the game and rubber. South ruffed the club, drew trumps, and ran crs of rtf pkinc s,.J0M LAUGHLIM DELORES TAYLOR Plus "GIMME SHELTER" 138 CENTRAL AVE. 232-S503 HELD OVER! 4th BIG WEEK "O.VE OF THE BEST MOVIES EVER" (:oioi't)UTA Joseph E Levin? presents a Mike Nichols. Carnal Knowledge An Avco Embassy Release r , SEAN CONNERY ANDERSON TAPES PLUS MiA FARROW SEE NO EVIL 7:45 - 9:55 - Sat. & Sun. from 1 P.M. 968-2565 ENDS TUES. SHOWN 8:45 "DESPERATE CHARACTERS" ALSO SHOWN: 7:00 "PLAZA SUITE" STARTS WED. "C A RIVAL KNOWLEDGE" FREE LIGHTED ATTENDANT PARKING jyRSW 'iMrfM 1-5477 LAST 2 DAYS Adults only "Butterfly" also: "Her, She & Him" WEDNESDAY .... fn"&i StewSrdesses MSTMAMCOIO C H I I ibkLT n ADULTS r li ONLY v !k. - - .'-Mi' i m i c . Tm mm m mm - m. --.'- a J L WM&it!&32$mrj ck W n- rui i m 1 1- k .r em 3 mmm. x j - i . . i i 1 i i mm WVCK! Ill B SCHEDULE . hP 1, "J:, JIM IB ffflfirTfl,1BI "' J u Li E ch rIstie alanbat?? pfetfelisLS. "THE G O -B ET W EN ";-J " J m u David Hemmmgs Gayle Hunmcut' H iHF I "FRAGMENT OF FEAR" ,J) NATIONAL OlNtHf U.i. !. Nr. Sill LAltC " me utterfly" PLUS "HER SHE & HIM" NEXT ATTRACTION "TOGETHER

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