The Leaf-Chronicle from Clarksville, Tennessee on October 23, 1983 · 47
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f- Continued from pom tl - 9 a miracle could put him ahead of ? J.R. In their florrt for Ewlno Oil. with n the showdown only o few days away. 3D NOVA "Talking Turtles" Demons' strated Is the Talking Turtle, a little : computer that crawls on the floor1 and talks In a versatile language. o :0ip.m. 5- CD MATT HOUSTON Houston S goes to the aid of an investigative re- porter who is the target of a corrupt J official. H (33 FOR LOVE AND HONOR Doml- nick gets stuck with a Boy Scout s troop the same day of his date with general's daughter. . CD FALCON CREST Angela plots to 3 a. , get Jutla arraigned through a plea of Insanity while Julta vows to make Chase and Maggie pay for her Incarceration. O ll:3S p.m. r GD MOVIE: "I Died A Thousand Times" 1955. Dramatic story of Roy Earle, America's most wanted .criminal. Jack Palance, Shelley Winters. s 12:Ma.m. (32) MOVIE: "Sidecar Racers" 1975. An American wins an Australian sidecar race but decides ifs too dangerous and gives it up. Ben Murphy, Peter Graves. - ' i; 1:00a.m. CZ) NEWS ' (33 NBC NEWS GD HOUGHTON WORTH SHOW C3 NIGHT TRACKS(cont'd) CBN BACHELOR FATHER Q JOE FRANKLIN 1:15 a.m. ESPN SPORTSCENTER 1:30 a.m. GD MOVIE: "Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams 1973. Character study of a frigid woman obsessed by her childhood, upset by her own allof-ness towards others. Joanne Wood- Kirk Douglas HBO Film To Star "Draw," an HBO Premiere Films presentation starring Kirk Douglas and James Coburn, has completed principal photography on locations in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, after six weeks of shooting."' " "Draw," an Astral Film Production in association with the Byrna Company, is a western which pits Handsome Harry Holland (Doug . . I r TT - , 7 I v ' ' ' ' ' , 1 1 Novel 'fai-Pcn' Comes To Screen HOLLYWOOD (AP) China to the Western world in the Producer Dino de Laurentiis will 19tj, century, at one time was in-brine James Clavell's best-selling novet "M-Pan," to the screen. , J tended as a vehicle for the late , r . .v. - Steve McQueen. The actor was to The book, about the founding of tBong Kong and the -op&Ung oC , be jaid $5 million.. ... ward. Matin Balsam. GD NEWS REPEAT . CBN LIFE OF RILEY ESPN INSIDE FOOTBALL CNN CROSSFIRE TNN NASHVILLE AFTER HOURS 2:00 a.m. 33 CNN NEWS 3J) MOVIE: "Cash McCall" 1960. A financial genius becomes Interested In a plastics company whose owner Is being forced to the wall. James Gamer, Natalie Wood. GD INN NEWS O EMERGENCY: A SPECIAL REPORT r CBN 700 CLUB ? ESPN SPORTSWEEK CNN FREEMAN REPORTS ! i 2:30a.m. GD LAUGH-IN ESPN ; AUTO RACING: CART Laguna Seca 300. - 3:00a.m. QD MOVIE: "Invitation to a Gun-flghterH944 western. A hypocritical town hires a killer to desroy a returned outcast but the entire plan goes wrong. Yul Brynner, George Segal. ., i O SOMEWHERE A CHILD CNN NEWSNIGHT UPDATE , 1 3:10 a.m. 23 MOVIE: "The Men" 1950. An ex-Gl tries to readlust to life after a wartime Inlury. Marlon Brando, Teresa Wright, Jack Webb. 3:30 a.m. CBN ROSS BAGLEY 4:00 a.m. (32) MOVIE: "Ghost Chasers" 1951 comedy. The Bowery Boys set out to unmask a fake spiritualist racket and almost get kayoed by ghosts. 4:30 a.m. CBN ANOTHER LIFE CNNMONEYLINE James Coburn Douglas, Coburn las)? against his longtime adversary Sheffif Sam Starret (Coburn) in a confrontation in an unfriendly town, i : Directed by Steven H. Stern from an original screenplay by Stanley Mann, "Draw" was produced by Ron Cohen, with Harold Greenburg and Stuart Rekant serving as executive producers. tillli Americait ballet dancer Richard Cragun brings his success home ...for more than 21 years Cragun has been considered one of ballet's best dancers. Cragun Becomes Known In America NEW YORK i(AP) Richard Cragun has joined that small group of ballet dancers known as "international guest artists." The star dancers in that group are in demand by ballet companies from Australia to Boston because they're good and their names on the bill sell tickets. Cragun, an American, is little known in the United States. But that's changing. His 21-year career, anchored In Stuttgart, Germany, and already expanded in Europe, is gathering steam here. He was a guest star when Roland Petit's Ballet National de Marseille, France, performed in Montreal, Washington and New York this summer. He danced title roles in two full-evening ballets. "I'm eager to stretch my career in whatever field possible," he says. "I'm thriving on new inspirations and fields. But it's not a question of me going out and looking. I've been sort of pulled out" Most of the handsome, green-eyed Cragun's guest star appearances have been in Europe, as when Maurice Bejart chore6-graphed his own interpretation of "Petrouchka" r- Petrouchka becomes schizophrenic and asked Cragun to dance it He did the premiere with Bejart's tremendously popular company before an audience of 12,000. ! "I like something with character and challenge, where the audience is less interested in what your legs and feet are doing than what your mind is doing," Cragun says. He grew up in Sacramento, Calif., and studied dance there. His teacher realized he was gifted and told him to fini a higher level of discipline and competition elsewhere.':" "' T " He wanted to study in the Soviet Union or England and was accepted at the British Royal Ballet school when he was 15. "I flew the coop," he says. "My family supported me my first year in London. "It was a grueling year in London. They have elementary, intermediate and advanced courses. It generally takes a year for each. But time was pressing. Being a proud American bey, I wanted to earn my own money. I had taken my elementary course in California. I made an arrangement to take the other two years in one." One of his British teachers then wrote to John Cranko, who had left the Royal Ballet to head the Stuttgart Ballet in 1961, Since Cragun was unable, as a foreigner, to join the Royal BaUet, she suggested that Cranko take him on her word. Cranko did, 1 "I was going on 17 when I joined Stuttgart in 1962," Cragun says. "I thought, 'WelL this will be a provincial company which will pay me a salary which 111 use as the financial means of getting on.' "I didn't realize I'd meet Cranko the first day and my whole life would be changed." A year and a half later, he received a letter saying the Royal Ballet's board had decided to accept him as the first American in the company. He was thrilled. "But I realized how much John Cranko was devel Jackson's 'Thriller' Tops Record Charts NEW YORK (AP) - Michael the history of CBS Records. Jackson's LP, "Thriller," has sold It surpassed CBS' all-time more than 14 million copies, mak- worldwide best-selling LP, "Simon ing it the largest selling record in & GarfunkeTs Greatest Hits." Ap Laserphoto oping my work and how blissfully happy I was. I chose to stay in Stuttgart. I even gave up on Russia." In Stuttgart, Cragun immediately was cast with seasoned ballerina Marcia Haydee. "The question was, 'Can Richard cope doing 'Eugene Oneghu' and 'Romeo and Juliet' with a dancer already on her way?" The ;answer was yes. They became a team offstage for 16 years and remain so onstage. "I think we dance better together now than ever before," he says. "We know how each other feels about everything." Cranko died in 1973 and Miss Haydee now heads the Stuttgart company. Cragun flew to the United States before the Marseille Ballet season to dance in a Jacob's Pillow memorial near Lee, Mass., for dance writer Walter Terry. Terry's 22nd and last book was a biography of Cragun. In the coming season, Cragun will dance in Cranko's "Romeo and Juliet" with the Paris Opera Ballet He has had talks with Robert Joffrey. John Neumeier is creating a "Streetcar Named Desire" for Cragun and Miss Haydee for October for the Stuttgart Ballet Hell also take time off to rest "One of my favorite things is to get a bottle of wine with an artist friend and dive into each other's experiences and philosophies of where we belong," he says. Garfield Is Garfield, a feisty feline with an affinity for overeating and oversleeping, has become the fat cat of the comic strip world. Garfield is on the prowl again in an all-new half-hour edition, entitled Garfield on the Town, to air at 7 p.m. Friday on Channel 5, WTVF. Created by Jim Davis, the cartoon has soared to success since its introduction in 1978. The daily and Sunday strip, distributed by United Feature Syndicate, appears in more than 1,300 newspapers worldwide. Garfield, the cynical yet endearing lasagna-loving cat with a domi Grannies Like LOS ANGELES ( AP) - In television, a business with an emphasis on youth, here are three grannies doing fine looking their age. Merie Earle is 94, Bartine Zane is 85 and Theodocia Goodrich is 79. The three women play grannies on various television programs and on commercials. !They didn't start doing commercials until after each was 75. But Fish Ocr.dvkh Hovers We take our delirious, hot fish fillet and ve you more than iust a fish sandwich. Wi add crispy fanctm, meliiow American htifK1, ripe juicy tomato slices, freshly r-hiirMirfxl li'tlitiT :infl (UiroWn SDPCial miiirt: All neatly lucked iH-tweon Served with natural cut, flavorful Sandwich Only 99 SEAFOOD SALAD SUPREME A torae. cool servlna of shrimp, era bm eat. clams, land white fish w ... r 1 , iJr. .Mu4 tuM tnmnfn nrw-4 r-villkrt Ann wrm special arwswry uih-i . wedges, crackers and your choice of ttiree dresslngs...all on a bed of crisp j chopped lettuce. i Monday and Two2 Piece Fisn Dinners Eocti dinner Include two golden brown Bsn MWt. natural cut french trie, ofeamy cole slaw Cat's JVieow Of nant personality, lives with his owner Jon Arbuckle, a quiet cartoonist, Jon's roommate, Lyman and Lyman's dog Odie. Preoccupied with being ornery, Garfield sprinkles his master's food with cat hair, destroys his plants and furniture and terrorizes Odie. "After alV Garfield says, "cats are just small people with fangs andfur." Davis, who has appeared on mntiv TV shows to discuss his suc cess, credits Garfield's appeal to the power of tne cars personauiy. "sGarfield is an antihero." the cartoonist says. "He says and does Looking Their Age Miss Zane was in silent films as a tpn-asrer and was Buster Keaton s first leading lady before marrying and retiring from tne Dusmess. Recently, after working from 8 a.nt to midnight on "Benson," she decided not to accept anymore TV roles. Miss Earle had a recurring role as a neighbor on The Waltons" and made frequent appearances on "The Bod isewnan snow. Sandwich Only $1.39 our new xxi iiii imisn'ii mm. french fries and creamy cole slaw Fish Ccndvid) plotter $1.69 Evenn old favorite can be something new! Take the lest fish sandwic h you've ever tasted and ' make it even Ix-tter with freshly rlioooed lettuce, tarotv tartar sauce, all on that Secial toasted bun. Natural cut flavorful frera-h friesanil coleslaw, tiio! ??????? V Captain Dg. a great little seafood place, TiMsday All Day Special. $3.69 artd 2 joumernrByie nusn puppie. Success Stories things people would never have the nerve to do. He makes us feel better about things we have guilt complexes about like oversleeping, overeating and not exercising." , Are there any similarities between the gentle Davis and the agressive Garfield? "We both hate jogging and have a passion for pasta," Davis says. "In the strip, if Garfield is on a diet I'm on one in real life." MEAT PROCESSORS HAS... Protect Your Family. Buy plant. Advertised Prices Clarksville Store thru October 29 All processed meat double wrapped tor your protection. We gladly accept Food Stamps. Slaughter Mon.-Sat. Call for appointment Fresh Datlu Affr - Sirloin & T-bone m!M nmmjflK ' Whole Steak. fW M LOIN Average ml I JT Whole or Half Loin I i f Pork Chops If afcl2lb. j I Chitterlings 10 lb. bucket. u.lb. HotDoioib.w.::.;..m'.. ..ib59 y Country Style Sausag Fryer Leg Ground Beef Mon.-Sat. 9AM-7PM 116 197B Untied FWurt SyndtoM, Inc. , . at a USD A inspected are effective tor BEEF "OSSING- Proces- iSht. No kill charge, im. ude cut & wrapped. : ffoi I AUUSDA Choice Beef Bundles so ib.... S79 70 lb. Avg. Chuck Sale v; t .bi...............79 17' processing Fresh Pork Shoulders. ...ib Pork 20 Ib. box Spare Ribs ...ib QuartersLL. Patties 10 ib. Kraft Stt Clarksville 645-4000 Hwy. . .... . grSk 1 Fresh Pork . Y ' y- Steaks ': J K : !' -" 1 " 1 t:89?.ib:-''- 1- - s. Boston Butts e... .b.99W J-. t at Wholesale We Reserve the Right To Correct Printing Errors. HOGS DRESSED- - live w ij lb. wrappedl Beef Freezer Sale 2S0 lb. Avg. Half of Beef 17 i cut & wrapped Register for FREE Country Haim given away each week. : This weeks -winner: Cfementlne Cody QarksvOle 46 Bon Auqa TN 670-3118 . lb. OS Q 1 ' Smoked: . J jf picnic Ham i i l -M M. -A AO IK .. ki 1 ..Ib.39f I Beef Stew 1 I Meat ib. 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