24 GREELEV (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed.. April 18,1973 Deadline May 1 to enter Miss Teen-Ager contest The deadline for receiving applications for the 3rd Annual Miss Colorado Teen-Ager Pageant has been set for Tuesday! May 1, 1973. Any interested young ladies desiring to enter this year's pageant may obtain applications from the Official Certification Office at 126 Bunn Drive, Rockton, 111., 61072. The Colorado Pageant is open to all girls residing in the state between the ages of 13 and 17 regardless of race, creed or color. Judging will be based on scholastic achievements, civic contributions, poise, personality, and appearance. There is no talent nor swim suit competition involved. Currently holding the title of Miss Colorado Teen-Ager 1972 is Miss Randia Coble, of La Salle. The Colorado State Pageant is a preliminary to the National Teen-Ager Pageant Finals. State Contestants are required to write an essay on What's Right About America to be presented at the State Finals. AIRCRAFT HIT The U.S. 27,000-ton aircraft carrier Franklin was struck by a Japanese drive-bomber, suffering casualties of 832 dead on March 19, 1945. HAND IN HAND -- Clint Howard, Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara are shown in a scene from John Steinbeck's "The Red Pony," which aired recently on TV. Miss O'Hara was lured out of retirement to play a starring role 'Red Pony' brings Miss O'Hara back By NANCY ANDERSON Copley News Service HOLLYWOOD - It took "the Red Pony" to bring Maureen O'Hara out of. her personal paradise of white sand, bird songs and sun in the Virgin Islands, and back before the cameras. Deluxe Easter Brunch Serving 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. $2.00 plus beverage - Adults $1.45 with milk -- Children Immediate Seating for 800 Persons Complete Gourmet Dinners Served in all Dining Rooms Serving from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Free Candy Eggs for the Kiddies Reservations Absolutely Suggested Call 307-638-3301 HITCHING POST 1700 W. Lincolnway Cheyenne, Wyo. Several years ago, upon her marriage to record-breaking pilot Charles Blair, the fiery- haired stage and screen star retired from Hollywood to her husband's home in the Caribbean from whence he operates the largest seaplane airline in the world. She works now only when she feels strongly compelled. So it takes an exceptionally inviting property to lure her into a studio. However, when she was asked to play Henry Fonda's wife in a recent television treatment of John Steinbeck's "The Red Pony," she "couldn't say no." "I love the story," Miss O'Hara explains. "I love working with Hank, and the part is a real challenge. "Anyway," she continued over lunch the other day, "when you've been doing something all of your life -- I started acting when I was six, and my mother was in the theater -- you can't get away from it entirely. ' 'Acting has been part of my life all my life, so I have to come back to it ever so often. "Besides, I think the discipline of acting is good for one. The discipline of going to work every day, the discipline of having to remember lines, the disciplines of being there -- it's good for me at least." Miss O'Hara's first picture with Fonda was "The Immortal Sergeant" after which she joined him in "Spencer's Mountain," a picture upon which "The Waltons," a current television series, is very loosely based. "I haven't seen "The Wai- New McDonald's BigMac A meal disguised as a sandwich. This is McDonald's new Big Mac Sandwich. It's two patties of pure, lean beef. Cheddar-blend melty cheese. Crisp, fresh lettuce. Slices of tangy pickle. And drenched in McDonald's own special gourmet sauce. All on a club-style sesame seed bun. Now bring us a bigger than average appetite. We're ready. McDonald's is your kind of place. You deserve a break today. 2440 Â»fn Ave. i ocoauic seeu u |McJonakrs tons,'" Maureen -said, "because in the Virgin Islands, by the time it's time to look at television, it's time to go to bed. "My husband owns an airline down there called Antilles Air Boats, the largest seaplane line in the whole world. He has 16 seaplanes that fly between Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, St. Croix, St. John's, the British Virgin Islands and French St. Marks, and he listens to them warm up at about S.o'clock every morning. "He's up, you know, so I'm up, too. "Oh, I've tried very hard to keep my eyes tight shut, but it doesn't work. For, by that time, the sun is pouring into the window, the birds are tweeting, and there's so much activity everywhere that there's-no possibility of going back to sleep. "The activity never stops. It goes full blast every day." How to know a good steak when you see one. By taking an extra minute or two you can find the best steak in the store. Here's how: Steer away from tough old bulls, Tender young steaks have a firm, bright red,, fine-textured lean portion. And they also have fewer bundles of tough white connective tissue. Pick up your marbling and go home. Tile most flavorful steaks...and the most tender...are well marbled with fat. But make sure the fat streaks which marble the meat are fine-textured and uniformly distributed. Jack Sprat could eat no fat. But... Even though you may not eat it, the fat on a steak tells you something, too. Ideally, it should be white and firm, without a greasy appearance. If it looks a little yellow, it's he- cause the steer was fed green feeds instead of grains. Â· Take it from an expert! Best way to spot- a great steak is to look Â·for a Mr. Steak sign! You'll find naturally- aged, USDA Choice beef that's the tastiest in town. You'll find the friendliest waitresses. And you'll find out why Mr. Steak is America's Steak Expert. 725 25th Street 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. AMERICA'S STEAK EXPERT Glynis Johns to appear again in 'Mary Poppins' Florida senators vote name change Glynis Johns," velvet-voiced veteran of the screen and stage, received Broadway's highest honor in March, 1973, when she was selected "Best Actress in a Musical" and awarded an Antoinette Perry (Tony) for her efforts in "A Little N i g h t Music." The British-born star will soon be appearing in another musical, this time written exclusively for the screen. Walt Disney's "Mary Poppins," which stars Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson and Miss Johns, is scheduled to go into re-release this summer. In the film the Tony winner sings and dances her way through the role of Winifred Banks, the whimsical mother whose suffragette activities leave need for the magical nursemaid Mary Poppins to attend her children. Long recognized for her talents, Miss Johns' theatrical heritage goes back four generations. Her maternal great grandmother founded the Steele Payne Bellringers, a musical touring group. Miss Johns' mother, Alys Steele, left the tour to attend the Royal Academy of Music in London. There she met and married the now famous actor Mervyn Johns. At the age of six, their daughter, Glynis, was enrolled in a Ballet Class in Bristol and acclaimed a dancing prodigy. At 10, she made dance history by receiving a degree to teach ballet and at 12 was an advanced ballet teacher. In her teens, she was about to. join Sadler's Wells Ballet, when she became acquainted with the noted actor, Leo Genn, who influenced her towards acting. She was so smitten by the theater that she chose over an already established dancing career. , * She has been pursuing that' career ever since and with notable success, as her 'performance in "A Little Night Music" and "Mary Poppins" attests. The former also received Tony Awards for Best M u s i c a l Producer-Harold Prince and Best Music Composer-Stephen Sondheim. "Mary Poppins" earned five Oscars: Best Actress, Julie Andrews; Best Film Editing, Cotton Warburton; Best Music Score and Best Song, "Chim Chim Cher-ee," Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman and Best Special Visual Effects, Peter Ellenshaw, Eustace Lycett and Hamilton Luske. "Mary Poppins" was directed by Robert Stevenson from a screenplay by Bill Walsh and Don DGradi. Final Readers' Theater The final Readers' Theater presentation bf the year will be held Thursday at the University of Northern Colorado. The presentation, entitled "Pooh Bear and Other Animals," will be held beginning at 4 p.m. in the large lounge of the Faculty Apartments, building one. The admission-free show will be an adaptation of children's literature by Becky Leonard, UNC instructor in speech communication. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP)-^ Tired of waiting for Congress to act, the Florida Senate has voted unanimously to replace the name Cape Kennedy with Cape Canaveral -- the original name -- on all state road maps and highway signs. The area had been called Cape Canaveral from the 16th Century until President Lyndon Johnson changed it by proclamation in 1963, shortly after the death of President John Fl" Kennedy. ' State Sen. Lori Wilson saidr she felt it was never Johnson's Â·: intention for the entire Cape to" bear the Kennedy name, only .the space center area. She saidw the bill now awaiting action by;,'; the Florida House was not a n , attempt to "show any dis-.; respect toward President John'. Kennedy, who. was a great V president." CABLES END If you plan to do any driving through South Dakota, be a little careful. There's a new traffic control system consisting of an airplane in the sky and five patrol units on the ground. The patrol troopers follow up on the aircraft's observation of violations. The system is a joint effort of the State Highway Patrol and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. ... Carry-Out Service 353-1985 Now the Colonel has Extra Crispy too, (and its great)! COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE The Colonel's done it again. Now there are two delicious kinds of chicken at Kentucky Fried Chicken --the Colonel's famous Original Recipe, and his new Extra Crispy. He's found a way to cook chicken with an extra crispy crust outside-and still keep it tender and juicy inside. And, he'd be mighty pleased if you'd try some. Of course, if you still prefer his original recipe, he's happy too. The benuty of it all is that now you cnn get both kinds at , Kentucky Fried Chicken: this town's finest crispy chicken, plus the Colonel's famous original recipe. And, they're both finflcr lirkin' fjoocl! ' Visit the Colonel, lace in town for two kinds of chicken. 811 23rd St. and 2501 W. 10th St.
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