Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 16, 1969 · Page 28
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Thursday, October 16, 1969
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Page 28 «HEEU3Y TRIBUNE Thurs., Oct. 16, 1969 Middle-Aged Rita Hayworth Seen Still Vibrant, Striking By GENE HANDSAKER Associated Press Writer BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - A lusty, girlish "hello!" comes from indoors. The big door opens and there, in leop- ard-patlerncd pants and jacket, stands the slill-handsome. vital woman they used to call the Love Goddess. "I'm not quile ready," Rila Haywortli says, beaming, leading you to a plush sitting room. Her feet are bare against the i wood-block floor of the entry i hall. "I'll be back in a minute." One minute turns into 20, after which (he only visible addi- (ions are shiny, black-heeled sandals and, possibly, a trace of lipstick. Pinup Co-Champ Rita Hayworlh, the screen's femme fatnlc--"Cover Girl," "Gilda," "Lady from Shang- hai," etc.--of yesteryear. Five times married and divorced Pinup cochamplon, with Bettj Grablc, in World War II. In middle life she remains striking, the lush, pinkish-rec hair, perfect profile and perfec teeth the same as in her Colum bia Pictures heyday. She's no quite as peaches-and-creamy a: then--what contemporary o hers would be? But the 5-fooW figure is kept trim by exercise swimming and golf. She's also: --Busy. The film she is abou to do in the Canary Islands am Paris will be her third this year --Forward-looking. She says of advancing years: "I don't si and think about it. It's what's happening now--it's today--no yesterday." --Strong-minded. " N o b o d makes up my mind for me Radio Programs KCBL-FM 91.3; KFKA 1310; KGRE-FM 92.3; KUAD 1170; KYOU 1450 Thursday, October 16 :00-KFKA: :30-KFKA: :45-KFKA: :00-KUAD: KFKA: KYOU: :15-KYOU: :45-KYOU: KFKA: :00 KYOU: KC13L: KFKA: :15-KYOU: KCBL: :30-KCBL: : 00-KFKA: KYOU: KGRE: :30-KGHE: lOO-KCBL: :00-KFKA: 15-KFKA: 30-KFKA: :45-KCBL: lOO-KCBL: News, Music Editorial, Musie Want Ads Datz Show . News, Wtr, Spts News 75 Markets, News Sports This is Greeley News News Circle JR Ranch South of Border Fish Parks Sound News, Music Country Show News Music Ascension News Varsily Carousel News, Wtr, SpLs Night cap Sign off Friday, October 17 00-KUAD: KFKA: KYOU: KGRE: ; 15-KFKA: KCBL: 00-KFKA: KUAD; KCBL: 15-KFKA: KCBL: 30-KFKA: :45-KYOU: Scott Showtime News, Music News Slcrco Musie Music FM on AM Monforl Rpt. Waters Show News. Periscope Weather, Spts Sound Farm, Ranch Paul Harvey KFKA: 1:00-KFKA: KYOU: 1:15-KFKA: 2:00-KFKA: 2:30-KFKA: KCBL: 3:00-KFKA: 3:30-KFKA: 4:00-KFKA: 4:30-KFKA: KCBL: 4:45-KFKA: 5:00-KUAD: KFKA: KYOU: 5:I5-KYOU: 5:45-KYOU: KFKA: 6:00-KYOU: KCBL: KFKA: 6:15-KYOU: KCBL: 8:00-KFKA: KYOU: KGRE: 8:30-KGRE: 9:00-KCBL: 10.-00-KFKA: 10:15-KFKA: 11:30-KFKA: 12:00-KCBL: 1:00-KCBL: Saletime, Mkts What's Hap'ning Music . Music News, Music Profile, Music Profiles, Sound News, Music Spts, Music News, Music Editorial, Music Law, Sound Want Ads Datz Show . News, Wtr, Spts News 75 Markets, News Sports This is Greeley News News, Periscope Circle JR Ranch South of Border Sound News, Music Country Show News Music News, Sound News Varsity Carousel News, Wtr, Spls News, Sound ' Nitecnp DENVER RADIO KOA: 850--Music, news on vS hr. KLZ: 560-Music, news KHOW: 630-Music, news KBTR: 710-News 24 hours KIMN: 950--Mus., news 24 hours They used to at Columbia." No; she will not ; be photographed during the coriversallon. No, she would not do a nude scene in a movie. Everybody else does nude scenes, 'but I don't. I never made nude movies. I didn't have to do that. I danced. "I was provocative, I' guess in some things. But I was not completely exposed." Provocative, yes, as Gls of 194M5 will attest. The Misses Hayworth and Grable shared honors lor the most pinned-up photos. Betty posed in a bathing suit, smiling over her shoulder. Rita, in a negligee, knell temptingly on a bed. During t h e - interview. Rita seems nervous. She tugs and twists her waist-length silver necklace. Her soft dialogue is in spurts between pauses. After all the years and interviews, is an interview still an ordeal for the shy daughter of a Spanish dancer? 'You Closeup' 'Not an ordeal"--pause--"but there's a feeling people are looking into your personal life. II gets obnoxious . . . I am an artist, an actress. Then, you become famous . . . You get married, and there's some kind ol resentment.. .. I don't mean resentment, but you just sort of close up." She switched to the third person: "Why do they want to peel them down t o ' t h e very marrow?" Certainly she gave gossips plenty to. work on. There were the marriages to: Salesman Ed Judson, 20 years her senior. She has said they didn't bave much in common. Actor-director Orson Welles, with whom she was happy ex cept that bis career kept him in Europe while she was tied to Hollywood by a studio contract. Persian sportsman-Prince Aly : han, whose official life she never managed to share. After heir divorce, he died in a sports car crash. Singer-actor 'Dick Hayme's--a mion she soon realized was a iiistuke. Producer James Hill. Divorc- ng him in 1961, she testified: 'He said I was not a nice woman in too loud a voice." Rita lives in the big, Spanish- style house with. Knockwurst,. ler 5-year-old dachshund, wliorii she calls Knocky. Beyond the big back yard, with- its oval TV Programs KDTV, Channel 9; KLZ, Channel 7; KOA, Chuiinel 4; KRMA, Channel 6 Thursday, October 16 4:00-KLZ: Andy Griffith KOA: Truth or Consq. KWGN: Blinky 4:30-KOA: Big Valley KLZ: Comer Pyle KWGN: Batman i S:00-KLZ: News KBTV: News KRMA: Mislerogers ] KWGN: Flinlstones · 5:30-KOA: News KBTV: Pepper's News - KLZ: Ch 7 News I KRMA: Pocketful of Fun | KWGN: Gilligan's Island : 6:00-KBTV: Dick Van Dyke KLZ: Death Valley Days ; KOA: Huntley-Brinkley i KRMA: Once Upon a Day KWGN: Voyage Bpt. Sea i 6:30-KBTV: Ghost, Mrs. Muir KLZ: Family Affair i KOA: Daniel Boone KRMA: What's New 7:00--KRMA: C. de La Raza KLZ: Movie i KBTV: That Girl ! KWGN: Movie I 7:30-KBTV: Bewitched j KRMA: Folk Guitar I KOA: Ironside : 8:00--KBTV: Tom Jones KRMA: N.E.T. Playhouse : 8:30-KOA: Dragnet 9:00--KLZ: Jim Nabors KBTV: It Takes a Thief KOA: Dean Martin KWGN: News, Wtr, Spts 9:30-KRMA: Encounter KWGN: Perry Mason 10:00-KOA: News KBTV: News KLZ: News, Wtr, Spts. 10:30--KRMA: Inform KLZ: Merv Griffin KOA: Tonight Show KWGN: Movie 11:00-KBTV: Joey Bishop 12:00-Kf,Z: Movie KOA: News 12:30-KBTV: Californians Friday, October 17 11:00-K()A: Jeopardy KBTV: Dream House KLZ: News KRMA: Malh, News KWG.\': Jim Comvay H:30-KLZ: As World Turns | KBTV: Let's Make Deal. KOA: Pulling Me On ]2:Ou-KOA: News KBTV: High Noon KLZ: Another tyofld KRMA: Spanish, French KWGN: Steve Allen 1:30-KRMA: Physical Acilv KOA: Bright Promises swimming" pool ·anoV'-'two "concrete, cupids,'. a'television atlven- na rises - from Glenn · Ford's ionic next door. He · was her costar in "Gilda" and three other pictures--and a onetime escort. · - · ·I S«y Htllo' "If I happen to' see him, I saj liello," she said. , Men in her life? "Yeah, I tiave. escorts. But I'm not telling anyone." Any prospect of anolh er marriage? "I don't know." The two films she made ear Her this year haven't been re leased, at least in this country. In "The Cats," filmed in Mad' rid and Rome, she played the mother .of two gangsters. Ii "The Grove," made in Florida; "I play a crippled man's wife who is keeping a pimp." Are they' good movies? "I haven'f seen them." Her current picture, "Th Road to Salinas," provides "a very delicate part," Rita said She runs a one-pump servic; station and restaurant on a highway and refuses to believ her son has been murdered "Every time a boy her son's age comes along she thinks it'i, her boy come back." And when she's' riot -working' "I study languages: I paint, in oils, in my own style; I learnet out of a book. I play the casta nets. My father taught me tha when I was 3 and 4: My grand father made my first pair." Rita, born Margarita Carmer Cansino in New York, danced with, her father,. Eduardo Cansi no, in night clubs in her early teens.-She took-her screen name frorii her English mother,. Volga Haworth. Daughter Graduates Daughter Rebecca Welles, 24, is a graduate student at the University of Puget Sound, studying drama, and writing poetry, Kit; said, Yasmin, 19, her daughter ay Aly Khan, is "starting to go to college in the East" and has shown sorneitaient as a. singer. .At 51, how would .she -like to spend the rest of her life? "Do what I'm doing. Work. Be happy. Have health. And hope I didn't make anybody' miserable. Yes, I'm happy." If sh£ could live her life over, would she do anything differently?" / ' ' ," ' · " - ' " ' " · ' . " · . "That's .a,{iinny..qu^sfjpn. it's like Mae West said, '{..wouldn't change anything except do more of what i did.' I can't think of anything as good as that." . 1 Dlvctt«s Gf«rtt»d · . Four divorces 'were' granted ·ecently by Judge Roy M. Briggs They -were: Mrs. Velma Mary McKinney of Evans from Sam Frank McKinney on grounds of cruelty, lustody of Ihe Iwo minor children was granled lo Ihe mother. Thomas Kidder, 1419 9th Ave., 'rom Mrs. Linda Kidder on jrounds of cruelly. The decree restored the defendant's maiden name of Linda Swanberg. Mrs. Winnie McCartney, 1208 18th Ave., from Carmen P. McCartney on grounds of cruelty. The plaintiff's former name of iVinnie Bohlender was restored ,o her. Mrs. Margaret Blobaum, Rt. '. f . Greeley, from Ernest Allen Information of Philippine Viet Commitment Withheld By WARREN UNA Tho Washington Post WASHINGTON - The Nixon administration is determined not to release secret Seriate testimony indicating the U. S. KBTV:^One Life To Live is underwriting part of the cost of Philippine troops serving in Vietnam until after Ihe Pl)il|p- pine presidential election Nov. State Department source South oKrean. contingents work ing with U. S. forces. President Marcos already has announced - that the Philippini troops would he brought bad "as soon as fund for their main tenance runs out." South Korea,, which lipped its contingent from 26,000 to 4G.OOC irt 1966, also was assured of ad ditional U. S. financial sup|H)rt But recently, when a leadin; South Korean. official visilei Washington, he made inquiries on what his country should be expected to do. with its troops if flib; United States wiUidrev from South Vietnam. Sen. George D. Aiken (R-Vt.) the Senate's senior Republican and a leading member of the Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee, told him that South Ko rea should withdraw its troop in the same proportional rat as the United States was with drawing. · Now U. S. sources are fear ful that if the terms for U. S aid in return for Philippine par ticipation in Vietnam become public, South Korea and tli Philippines might-begin to ques tion which of them had the bet tgr deal. S'ources close to the Syming tori subcommittee see the ad ministralion delay-on releasin] the transcript as a test case 01 just how much public educa tion is possible in the subcom mittee's attempts to explore th extent of U. · S. · commitment abroad. Another test will come nex week when the subcommitte starts taking closed-door testi many from U. S. officials re gnrding the U. S. military, po litical and economic commit ments in Laos. U. S. officials have arguei 8:00--KBTV: Here Come Brides!public as soon as Ihc Stale a n d j f o r a long time that the rea KLZ: Edge of Night 2:00-KLZ: Dialing for Dollars KBTV: Dark Shadows KOA: Lelters lo Laugh-Ill KRMA: Literature 2:30-KRMA: Home A'c'sorles KOA: Days of our Lives KBTV: Newly wed Game KWGN: What's my Line 3:00-KBTV; Dating Game KOA: Concentration KWGN: Movie Game 3:30-KOA: He Said, She Said KBTV: Mike Douglas . KWGN: Underdog s 4:00-KLZ: Andy Griffith KOA: Truth or Consq. KWGN: Blinky 4:JO-Big Valley . KLZ: Goirier Pyle KWGN: Batman 5:00-KLZ: News KBTV: News KRMA: Misterogers KWGN: Flintstones 5:30-KOA: News KBTV: Pepper's News KLZ: Ch 7 News KRMA: Pocketful of Fun KWGN: Gilligan's Island 6:00--KBTV: Dick Van Dyke KLZ: My Three Sons KOA: Huntley-Brinkley KRMA: Once upon a Day KWGN: Voyage Bot. Sea 6:30--KLZ: Hogan's Heroes KBTV: World of Horses KOA: High Chaparral KRMA: What's New 11. A snid he believed that public disclosure of conditions under which President Ferdinand E. Marcos flispalched: a 2,000-marl construction battaliph, to South Vietnam in 196S might influence Marcos' contest for re-election against Sergio Osmena. Testimony by other government witnesses before Sen. Stuart Symington's Foreign Relations subcommittee reportedly details how the United States had to underwrite part of the maintenance cost of the Philippine troops and increase its military aid before Marcos' permitted the troops to be sent to Vietnam. Marcos, at the time, publicly explained the Philippine troops were being sent "in support of principle" and that "there is-no price too high to pay for free : dom." Marcos recently has taken sleps to renegotiate the conditions under which 1 the United Stales may continue to maintain its huge military bases in the Philippines. Publicity on the Vietnam mailer is regarded as an possible roadblock. As one senator put it, "Do we tell ourselves and the world 7:00--KRMA: C. de La R a z a j l i i a l they are mercenaries?" KLZ: Movie KWGN: Movie 7:30-KRMA: Wash. Review KBTV: Mr. Deeds The Symington subcommittee | held four days of closed-door testimony two weeks ago. The original intention was for "sanKOA: Name of the Gamejilized" transcripts to be made In the Courts Blobaum on grounds- of cruelty. The mother was given custody of the two minor children. Divorces Asked Seven divorce complaints were filed in District Court. They were as follows: Mrs. Inez Jean Weimer o_f Kersey against Robert Lee Weimer. They were married at Fort Morgan August 27, 1950, and have seven children, one of whom -is now self supporting. .Mrs. Patricia A. Bljetz, 1424 7th St., against Norman E. Blietz. Married in Greeley Sept. 3, 190U, they have one child. Mrs. Judy Lou Alexander, 1434 lllh St., against John E. Alexander. They were married at Ukiah, Calif., Oct. 11, 1967, and have no children. Mrs. Marlene Jacqueline Mickelson, 413 21st Avc. Ct, against Almond Kenneth Mickelson. They were married here Dec. 26, 1967, and have no children. Mrs. Joyce M. Riser, 520 15th Ave., against Dwayne Eugene Kiscr. Married Nov. 15, 1968, in Greeley, they have no children. Believe It or Not! LUDWIG 'I DEVRtENT, ° ACTOR FRIEND OF E.TAHOFFMANN, ORIGINATOR OF " THE TALES OFHOFFMAUN," VISITED THE ·LATTER'S GRAVE AND THERE DRANK COUMTLESS CHAMPAGNE TOASTS TO HIS DEPARTED COMPANION 3 DAYS A MEEK FOR 10 YEARS ENGINE 3834 CAUSHT W A FtfcH FLOOD AS IT .WAS CROSSING- TEHACHAPI PASS, IN CALIF., ON SEPT.30,1932,AMD tOST FOR: MONTHS) WAS FINALLY . - -· .. ., LOCATED BV SEARCHERS UNDER 30 FfET OF MUD. ROCK AND DEBRIS\\ WAS REPAIRED AND SERVED WE RAILROAD FOR.ANOTHER 10/EARS Mrs. Betty Filhian, 1010 18th St., against Kobert W. Fithian. They were married in Greeley Sept. 19, · 1948J and, have four children. . Mrs..Judy' Cline, Rt. ?., Eaton, against Ronald E. Cline. Married at Oberlin, Kan., July 5, 1908, they have no children. CROSSWORD 2. Peruvian Indian 3. Beverage 4. Scacngle Si. Watch part O.God of love 7. Goddess of lioaliuff 8. Pollen function 9. Garden amphibians 11. Booted 15. Guile 18. Concoct 19. 1 Hagen 20. Quantity of medicine 22. Incite 23. Precious stones 2n. Mischievous person 20. Fellows 27. European ash (pi.) 29. London's river 30. Wise men 32. Convenient seats i'CBtcrilay'f Answer 35. Sword handle 30. Yawn 38. Brazilian coin 39. Friar's titl« 40. Humble DAILY ACUOSS 1. Quote 5. Military veliicle - 9. Piano ---10. Assam. silkworms 12. Ancient Italian 13. Value 14. Luzon native ' 15. His (Fr.) 10. International language . 17. Perform 18. Run 20. Female deer 21. Know-it-all 23. Precious metal 2d. Headgear · (si.) 26. Gang 28. Hill dwellers 31. Torrid 32. Vipers 33. Exclamation 34. Protest word 35. That fellow's 36. .Toltc 37. French capital' · 39. Blaze 41. Leader 42. Lassos 43. Location 44. Inspires wonder DOWN 1. Habit DAILY CBYPTOQTIOTB--Here's how to- work it: A X Y j I- B A'-Ai X B Is L O N G IT E TV.! O W One letter simply elands for another. In this sample A. 1* ttsed for tho three L'c, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Bach day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation" · . U K A D Z K S N X K G Z K K I . K D V J H A K U E I G L E G C H Z G J G J K S K D C G J D G N I V Z K D G K O ' N A J N U . -- D A H A R U H E I Yesterday's fjryptoquotc: THE HARDEST TUMBLE A MAN CAN MAKE IS TO FALL OVER HIS OWN BLUFF. -- AMBROSE BIERCE HENRY By Carl Anderson ARCHIE By Bob; Montana YOU'LL NEVER LEARN TO BE A SCIENTIST WAY/ WHAT . KIND OF A FUTURE WILL YOU HAVE? NO, I JUST AND YOU \ GO AROUND HELPED?/ FIXINe ALL THE LEAKS .' THIS IS THE BOYS' SPACE- AGE SCIENCE PROJECT/ THEY BUILT IT THEMSELVES/ ^MARVELOUS! JUST HAVE. .! TO BET A j. PLUMBER. LATELY ? REX MORGAN, M. D. By Dal Curtis OPPDWEMT r 1 WHAT CO HAVINS JOW MET M3UR "\ 1OU MEANj FRiENP MORSAN, I FINP L, By THAT HIM A MOST F.ORMmABLeJf WILLIE · t r OPPONENT JUNE/, ff I WANT TO MAKRy VOU JUKJE/ K3U KNOW THAT I'M IN LOVE WITH YOU.' BUT I AM ONLVHUMAW/ HAVE PKIPg.' VOV MUST KEEP ME DAW6LIN6 WEKS HE NOT IN THE PICTURE, THEN I 'FEEL CERTAIN VDU WOULP MAEEY ME/ ISNT THAT TRUE 7 J^ I--I CONY BELIEVE ME, THAT IIA5 NEVER BEEN M/ INTENTION JOHNNY HAZARD By Bob Montana KRMA: J. Chen Cooks I Defense Departments had cen- 8:30--KRMA: Who is Tamayo:sored out sections for national 9:OJ-KLZ: Medit'sl Center [security. KOA': Bracken's World j Instead, the Senate subcomKHTV: M. Welby. M.D.|rnillec found thai boih departKRMA: One to One : ments had censored out secKWGN: News, Wlr, Spls'tions for national security. 9:30-KRMA: Toy Grew Up KWGN: Perry Mason J10:00-KOA: News I KBTV: News Instead, the Senate subconi- jmillee found that both departments manied to censor out |just about everything. The State KLZ: News, Wlr, Spts ;Department injected a political reasoning for the references on U; S; participation in Laos must be kept secret lest it compromise . the neutrality policy of Prince Souvanna Pliouma, Laos's prime minister. The United States is publicly as committed to Laos's neulral- ily as Souvanna -- through the 1!)G2 Geneva Agreement. But il. S. involvement in Laos has been rationalized in Washington as a necessary counter-balance KLZ: Love is Spl. Thing IO:30-KRMA: Inform KWGN: News, farm Rps. KLZ: Movie 12:15--KWGN: C'apfn Dooley . KOA: Tonight 12:30--KOA: The Doctors KWGN: Movie KBTV: Galloping Go'met n.-OO-KBTV: .Joey Bishop KLZ: Guiding Light ]2:.V)-KBTV: falifnrnians 1:00-KT.Z: Secret'Sform I2:45-XLZ: I.aJe Show KBTV: General Hospital. 2:45-KI.Z: All \ight Moviei i reference lo (he Philippine arid; Montevideo police recently. I to the North Vietnamese in- subsidizing Philippine iroops. jvolvement, which continued to The Johnson and Nixon ad- exist afler the 1962 neutrality ministrations have emphasized I agreement. Ihe "internalional" asnecls of| ------^ n Ihc war against Ihe Vietnamese MONTEVIDEO -- Uruguay: communisls with particularguerrilla terrorists disarmed; IN UNPERSKOUNP TANKS HAS TO BE FgP £OV\E- WHEKE WHEN SOLP/ Li'l ABNER TITLE--IJ'l Almct He,. U.S. P«l. Oil. -MEANWHILE- -RuaSALOMEY-- PORKNOV / ROTTEW COWVPLECK-SHUM, IFVO'IS *--N \ ATREMENcJUS APPROACHED) K SNOUT,AN'TH' BV A r-^Ti MANNER?. OF SWINE WE'REVOUR BUDDIES PORKMOV- /WE'LL CLEAR UP VOUR ! COMPLEKION,QIVEVOU; ASNOUTUOB/AMD TEACH YOU LOVEL.V MANNERS-- . t

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