The Capital Journal from Salem, Oregon on January 31, 1977 · 6
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T y- Hi,'.!? " " S I 581 1-8810 J I -i7 14 222 Doors 6:45 fiEltflADULL 6A, Capital Journal, Salem, Ore., Mon., Jan. 31, 1977 Freddie Prinze buried on hill overlooking NBC studio By VERNON SCOTT HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -A trench carved in a grassy slope overlooking the NBC studio where Chi-co made millions laugh became the final resting place today for comedian Freddie Prinze. A round-the-clock medical struggle to save the life of the 22-year-old actor-comedian ended Saturday when life support equipment indicated no ac- 4 u M(mmmvl raw 0 flSeTThe Heartbreak KjiJrDoors Open 6:45 theseve! MiPER-CEHT lt.CAI IITIAM II .:... 0UUJIIUn Win. OTHSALEM Viliiilill Open Fri., Sat., Sun., J v llll'TIM'll'lllllllll'IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 fc " tivity in the young star's pierced brain. The equipment was shut off and Prinze was pronounced dead at 1 p.m. by doctors at UCLA Medical Center, 33 hours after he put a .32-caliber automatic to his temple and pulled the trigger as his horrified manager looked on. "With this type of midbrain damage, there would be no hope for survival," said Deputy Coroner Dr. VIDEL'S Restaurant & Lounge ig Screen TV Open 7 days a week Breakfast from 7 a.m. Dinner until 9 p.m. MINI SHRIMP Cole Slaw, fries and toast Vi FRIED CHICKEN Tossed salad, potatoes, vegetables, bread and butter Also Steak & Seafood 356 State Street $- 65 $295 ielieioiis Buffet! 'A COMPUTE .MEAL FROM 11-21 $.9 FOR 7 in including beverage & dessert (Children uncUr 10 $1.35) Enjoy old-fashion buffet Monday thru Thursday, featuring home cooked foods like: Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Buttered Vegetable Casseroles A variety of Salads r Fresh Cinnamon Rolls Kopper Kitchen North 3400 Portland Rd.NE HELPING YOU EARN MORE. IT'S THE AMERICAN WAY M mm . 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WEST LINN. 1'X8 Pjci'k. Hwy . WOOOBURN, Mll 99 Member FSIIC Joseph Choi following an autopsy Sunday. Prinze's best friend, singer Tony Orlando, and "Chico and the Man" co-star Jack Albertson delivered eulogies at the closed-casket funeral in the Old North Church at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills. The funeral was by invitation only since the church cannot accommodate a large crowd. The cortege then moved to the graveside situated across the Los Angeles River on a grassy knoll above NBC's Studio 3, where "Chico" was filmed. Persons close to Prinze said he had been despondent over the breakup of his 15-month marriage to Kathy Cochran, who filed for divorce Dec. 13. She was in Prinze's hospital room when he died, as was Prinze's mother, Maria.' James Komack, executive producer of the "Chico" television show, said Sunday that Prinze's widow was being blamed unfairly. "She initially started to take all the blame, but it's not true," Komack said. "That is not true at all. It was not in the note. The note said something like no one's to blame and he loves everybody and this is what he wants to do. It mentioned nobody. "The idea of saying Kathy should take the blame is insane and she realizes that. Her only remorse is, 'I wish he was here and I wish I could do something for him.' "He accepted the divorce. It was a two-way separation of two young people who made a commitment too young." Police said that a note from Prinze was found that declared, in effect, "I can't go on." Komack said that Mrs. Prinze came to the hospital Friday morning "absolutely hysterical, but she was finally able to understand and overcome hei grief." Prinze's father, Karl, and Orlando were also at the hospital when he died. In addition to his widow and parents, Prinze leaves his 10- month-old son, Freddie Jr. Death overshadows rA Star Is Born HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - The memory of two dead entertainers overshadowed the weekend's 1977 Golden Globe Award presentations, with the biggest share of the movie honors going to "A Star Is Born" and "Network." The Hollywood Foreign Press Association honored the late Peter Finch, who died of a heart attack a few weeks ago, with a statuette for best actor in a movie for his portrayal as a suicidal news anchorman in "Network." Another poignant moment in the ceremonies Saturday night came when Henry Winkler, named best actor in a television comedy or musical series, paid his respects to a fellow nominee, Freddie Prinze, who died hours earlier from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. "May he rest in peace," Winkler said to the solemn crowd. "A Star is Born," a big-star big-budget remake of a old-time movie story, was named the year's best motion picture comedy or musical and The Adventures of the mmmm FAMILY rr APiHUK S yi.BS A INTERNATIONAL ENrERPRIStS INC RELEASE CgimtyCFi Last Two Days. Ends Tues. .41 eiU CI VT-y 363 5050 V WEEKDAYS 7 00 - 9 00 SAT SUN I 00 - 3 00 - 5 00 - 7 00 - 9 00 Only pac inU passes accepted Coupon oz. Rib lye $J95 Geo. Burns celebrates BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPI) - Cigar-chomping comedian George Burns celebrated his 81st birthday at a private party hosted by his friend and movie costar, singer John Denver. Burns and Denver are starring in the soon-to-be-released motion picture, "Oh, God." Among those attending the private birthday party Saturday night were Carroll O'Connor, Danny Tl T f .,,! J Milton Berle, Buddy I Hackett, Red Buttons, Robert Mitchum, Norman Lear, Dennis Weaver, J Gene Hackman and Mrs. I Mary Benny. (Coupon must be presented for the $3.95 price between 5 & 8 p.m.) Includes baked potato, ranch fries, or rice pilaf and shrimp supreme tossed salad. Offer good thru Feb. 12, 1977 Live music from 9 pm-2:30 am daily. Open 11:30 am-2:30 am U a a a a m u an WEST SALEM'S 0 FAMILY RESTAURANT B Inflation Fighter! Try our 45' Hamburger a I anch 362-9887 3260 Portland Rd. N.E. Dinner Specioll . ROAST TURKEY with dressing g 2 compete Dinners jervedv1 with from 3-1 PM "if coupon Jan. 31 -Feb. 6 JOHNNIE'S DIXER Mon.-Fri. 6 AM-8PM Sat. 7 AM-8PM fl Sun. 9AM-5:00 PM - 1 125 Edgewater NW B 364-4472 a a o a bp 0Sb3 S3IUV EH3HEi 93336 mm MWMiiliimi..iuiiiiiJ.iiiiiiwiiimilnnjuuiii.iiwmiii m Kmmmmmwwwmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmwwu I. n ill - ' . . f ' " N.niminll.MllifimMi,ilililll.,,M. ili'fVi I mil rrnxd UV' " """ "" W 1 " '""'.-"klUL'l mm 1 1 IU,.J-JJ- XI Wll4UI.itl.tv41 HI." HI J.LI M' .'."IJl.!lj.jJLLJBUtWijJI jJJjJJjyilMJ JU1 VMM MtllUl - Ill II Y I III . . IUIL III I. 'iU,!)ii!J;i:iHiJit-'1'iWl,l!Jln!J:H,t?: captured four other Golden Globes besides. Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristoffer-son won for best performances by an actress and actor in a musical or comedy; Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher were honored for the best original score; and "Evergreen," composed by Miss Streisand with lyrics by Williams, was cited as the best original song. Faye Dunaway, who costarred with Finch in "Network," won a Globe for best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama.- Their movie also captured awards for Sydney Lumet as best director and Paddy Chayefsky for best screenplay. "Rocky," a highly personal story written by its star, Sylvester Stallone, was named the best motion picture drama; Ingmar Bergman's "Face to Face" was cited as the year's top foreign film; and "Altars of the World" won as the best documentary film. Katharine Ross and Laurence Olivier won the supporting role Golden Globes for their performances in "Voyage of the Damned" and "The Marathon Man"; and Jessica Lange and Arnold Schwarzenegger were honored for the best acting debuts in "King Kong" and "Stay Hungry." ABC won seven out of nine television awards, and "Rich Man, Poor Man (Book I) captured four of them. The show from the 1975-76 season was named best dramatic series and also took honors for Susan Blakely as best actress in a drama, Josette Banzet as best supporting actress and Edward Asner as best supporting actor. The other ABC winners were "Barney Miller" as the best comedy or musical series, "Eleanor and Franklin" as the best motion picture made for television and Winkler for his role of Fonzie in "Happy Days." CBS got one award when Carol Burnett won for best actress in a comedy or musical series. NBC made the list when Richard Jordan was named best actor in a dramatic series for "Captains and the Kings." LV T VU LOS ANGELES (AP) -A couple posing as vacationers are traveling the country using 12- and 16-year-old sons to steal thousands of dollars from clothing and jewelry stores, police say. The boys have been caught many times. But Los Angeles policeman Jerry Osterholt describes them as great actors who turn on the tears and are released after their parents promise to counsel them. "They give the appearance of being a wealthy family," Osterholt said. "Nothing but the finest clothes, jewelry. They stay in the best hotels. They go first cabin all the way. "These kids are learning crime does pay, and very handsomely," he said. "They eat out all the time, are always in hotels. They've got to be spending $200 a day just to live." He said the FBI agreed last week to enter the case and is seeking witnesses to some of the family's past crimes. Police say the family has hit one clothing chain, Casual Corners, 19 times over the past two years in a number of states. The 12-year-old was caught earlier this month after pocketing $60,000 in diamonds from a jewelry store in the Los Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills, Osterholt said. His brother was caught stealing from a nearby store, and the whole family was carted off to the police station. The youths told police they were bored that day and decided to see who could steal the most. The parents expressed horror and promised discipline. The family was then released just as they have been similar times over the past two years, Osterholt said. "God knows how many times they have been caught, come up with the same line and been released." Osterholt said a check of records later showed that the family had been caught and released in Hawaii the day before the Woodland Hills arrest and had been capturgdafp freed in Los Angeles abut this time last year. The family claims to be from Atlantic City, N.J., but their address and in formation about schools the boys supposedly attend are phony, Osterholt said. Among the names the parents give, Osterholt said, are Melvin Howard Eisen-berg, 41, and Harriett Tro-pea, 34. Cinema today V. Key lo Ihe movie industry's voluntary rating code: (G) General audience; (PG) All ages admitted, parental guidance advised; (ft) Restricted, persons under 18 not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adull guardian; (X) Persons under IB not admitted. Monday, Jan. 31, 1977 ELSINORE Silver Streak" (PG) 7, 9:20. CAPITOL Wilderness Family" (G) 7, 9. LANCASTER QUAD 1 "A Star Is Bom" (R) 7, No. 9:40. No. ution' D We are celebrating our 2nd Anniversary and the New Year with good old fashioned prices through the entire month of January. paqetti warehoue 920 Commercial SE, Salem, Or. (2 blocks South of Mission St.) Mon.-Thurs. 5:30-10:00 PM Fri. - Sat. 5-1 1 PM Sun. 5-10 PM 588-2112 Saltm Downtown t Lancaster Mall 2,DDAy OP Y 111"! NON-ARRIVALS The following merchandise on our Roaring 20's Days circular has not arrived, however we will be giving rain checks or substituting a comparable value. SEE OUR INSERT IN TODAY'S PAPER Fg. 2;Ttstd 14 oz. Baby Powder Fj. 2; Tnled 16 oz. Baby Shampoo tl 1; Tested pH Control Shampoo Pg, 4; fi-Fo-Fom Coloring Pens Pj 5; Mr. Coffee Decanter 07C Pg. 5; Loma i Gallon Container 122 Pg. 5; Assorted Wicker Boskets Pg. 5; EWo Muffin Pon Pg. 5; Ekco lasting Spoon Pg. 5; BSD Jig Sow 7530 Pg. 10; llommo Bubble Gum Pg. 10, Sno Seal 4 oi. Sirt Pg. 10, Dekjxaire Furnace Filters Pg. 10; Playtex living Gloves Pg. 10; Fittrat or Cone Fitters We hope this does not inconvenience any of our customers. 2 "The Seven-Per-Cent Sol-(PG) 7, 10:45. "Hearts of the West" (PG) 9. No. 3 "The Pink Panther Strikes Again" (PG) 7, 10:35. "Love & Death" (PG) 9. No. 4 "King Kong" (PG) 7, 9:30. SOUTHGATE CINEMA No. 1 "Never A Dull Moment" (G) 7:50, 10:15. "The Three Caballeros" (G) 7, 9:25. No. 2 "Nickelodeon" (PG) 9. "The Heartbreak Kid" (PG) 7. No. 3 "The Enforcer" (R) 7, 10:20. "Death Wish" (R) 8:45. SOUTH SALEM Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday Only. Optimism in business LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The latest poll of Prudential Insurance Company's Western Business Forecast Panel, conducted shortly after the presidential election, shows a majority of Western business people are optimistic about the first quarter of the new year. Sixty-six per cent of the 13- state panel expect their dollar volume to be higher in the first quarter of 1977 than in the previous three months. Thirteen per cent expect no change and 21 per cent foresee a decrease. In the Oregon-Washington area business people are optimistic, but to a lesser degree. An upward trend Js expected by 56 per cent, with no change reported by 14 per cent and a negative view expressed by 30 per cent' Mrs. America LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) - A Southern California grandmother has been proclaimed the new 1977 Mrs. America. Mrs. James "Johnson, 47, the reigning Mrs. California from Long Beach, was chosen Mrs. America on the final day of judging of the week-long competition. She has three children and one grand- rhilrl

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