Dayton Daily News from Dayton, Ohio on November 1, 1981 · 2
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People Digest t,' $ u a Hudson NBC has to bypass show until Hudson recovers torn Dlv Ntwt Wtrt SrvtcH Film and television star Rock Hud- . son, who was to begin a new series on NBC this fall, will undergo heart bypass surgery Monday, a network spokesman said Saturday in Los Angeles. "Hudson complained of chest pains two weeks ago and underwent a series of tests then," Gene Walsh said. "He had an angiogram yesterday. They got the results late In the after noon and made the decision. Hudson, 55, has no previous history of heart trouble, Walsh said. The actor was working on the new NBC show, "Devlin Connection," when he experienced the chest pains. In the new series, the actor plays a private detective who comes out of retirement. Walsh would not reveal where Hudson would undergo surgery, Production on the show, which was due to premiere Nov. 27, will be postponed while Hudson recovers for an expected six to eight weeks, Walsh said. The show's premiere will be rescheduled for early 1982. No big show as ''shah' turns 21 Reza Pahlavi turned 21 Saturday, but refrained from commemorating the first anniversary of his self-proclamation as the exiled Shah of Iran. . In a message sent to news agencies in Cairo, "the private secretariat of his majesty Reza II" said, "In the light of the grave, dramatic circumstances now prevailing in Iran, and because of the continuing state of emergency there, his majesty coniid-ers that his principal concern should be the safeguarding of Iran and the Iranian people. "Consequently, no official statement will be made on this occasion," the message said. A high-ranking Egyptian close to the Pahlavi family said Reza was not in Egypt, but refused to say where he was. T' e Pahlavis have lived in Cairo as guests of the Egyptian government since March 1980 when the late President Anwar Sadat gave former Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi refuge here. Reza and his mother, the former Empress Farah Diba, were last seen in public at Sadat's funeral in Cairo on Oct. 10. Sources close to the family said he left Egypt soon after that. , Acquitted woman sells her tale Vickie Daniel of Liberty, Texas, acquitted of murder in the shooting death of her husband, one-time Texas House Speaker Price Daniel Jr., has sold the movie and television rights to her life's story, according to her attorney. The Dallas Times-Herald reported Saturday that Houston lawyer G. Edwin Brooks said an option for movie rights had been sold and Mrs. Daniel already had received money from the sale.' . . - ; Mrs. Daniel was found Innocent Friday. Nelson Pahlavi But Brooks refused to identify the buyer, which he called "a local group well-known in certain circles," the newspaper reported. Rumors had circulated for several weeks that the deal was closed for $15,000, the Times-Herald reported, but Brooks said her life story Is worth "much more than $15, 000." . Brooks said no agreement has been reached on a book or other rights. ' Mrs. Daniel refused to comment on the report. Singer takes up Indian cries Sineer Willie Nelson will perform a benefit concert next month in Rapid City, S.D., to raise money for the spokesman for th Indians', Yellow Tllllnflai. fomM W.. Bill Means said the proceeds of the Nov. 27 performance will bo toward building a school at Yellow Thunder Camp, and for the Black Hills Alliance campaign to protect water resources In the upper Missouri River basin. Dakota AIM established Yellow Thunder Camp on April 4 on U.S. Forest Service land southwest of Raoid City. The Indians said they wanted to reclaim land that was granted to the tnoes by the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty. The federal government has not granted the Indians a permit to stay on the land; that issue is still in court. But they say they won't leave even if they're ordered off. Means said Nelson will appear with his family and singer Floyd Westerman, ' Nichopoulos to face prosecutors Dr. George C. Nichopoulos, who says he prescribed drugs to singer l Elvis Presley and others to "keep them f from getting medication off the street," will face questioning from prosecutors Monday when his trial in Memphis, Tenn., enters its second month. :i Nichopoulos, 54, is charged in an 11-count indictment with prescribing illegal quantities of amphetamines, barbiturates and narcotics for 11 pa tients, including Presley and singer Jerry Lee Lewis. He faces a possible jail term of two-to-10 years and fines of up to $20,000 on each of the counts. Nichopoulos Nichopoulos contends that all of the patients listed in the indictment had drug problems that preceded their first visits to his office. He says he tried to gain his patients' confidence by becoming their sole source of drugs before gradually reducing their dosage. Defense attorney James F. Neal said he stopped questioning Nichopoulos at noon Friday because he hoped Judge Bernie Weinman would order prosecutors to cross-examine immediately. Instead, Assistant District Attorneys General Jewett Miller and James Wilson have all weekend to study Nichopoulos' responses to the questions Neal posed in Criminal Court. Weinberger lays carrier keel Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger helped lay the keel of the Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the Theodore . Roosevelt, on Saturday in Newport News, Va., and quoted Roosevelt to help launch the nuclear submarine Norfolk. "If the Navy fails us we are all doomed to defeat," Weinberger quoted Roosevelt. "It Is too late to prepare for war when war has come. But if we but prepare, no war will come." . v " Both Weinberger and Navy Secretary John Lehman cited the event as a symbol of the Reagan administration's commitment to a stronger and better equipped military. "This ship should serve as a symbol to everyone that the United States does have confidence in the world and where it's going," Lehman said. "There is a new belief and credibility in our defense statements today and more concern among our adversaries." s Opera stars sing for London WASHINGTON (AP) Some of the biggest names in the world of opera are gathering Wednesday night at the Kennedy Center to salute and help raise money for George London, the once-great singer whose voice was -tilled four years ago. London, 61, regarded In his glory days as one of the world's finest bass-baritones, will be sitting in his suburban New York home at Armonk when his friends, colleagues and admirers perform at a gala benefit in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall. Taking the stage will be the likes of Dame Joan Sutherland, Nicolai Gedda, Marilyn Home, Shirley Verrett, Richard Stilwell, James McCracken, Evelyn Lear and Leonle Rysanek. Mistress of ceremonies will be Beverly Sills. The show will be taped for broadcast next spring on public television. LONDON'S OWN VOICE will close the show, with the playing of a 1964 Bell Telephone Hour recording of his performance of the final scene from Mussorgsky's "Boris Godunov," one of his most famous operatic roles. A paralyzed vocal cord forced London to abandon his singing career in 1967, and the Kennedy Center became his artistic home. He was the center's first artistic director, and then general manager of the Washington Opera for two years. In 1977, while touring Europe on a talent search for the Washington Opera, London suffered a cardiac arrest that severely damaged his brain. Today, he is barely able to speak. He undergoes physical therapy dally and requires constant nurses' care. .' . Proceeds from Wednesday night's gala will go toward the newly formed Opera Singers Disability Fund, which will contribute to London's care and provide medical and other assistance to handicapped singers. . . ; : World chess game 11 ends in draw MERANO, Italy (AP) Soviet titleholder Anatoly Karpov and challenger Viktor Korchnol played to a draw Saturday in the 11th game of the World Chess Championship and Karpov retained his commanding 4-1 lead. The game lasted four hours and 18 minutes before ending in a draw on the 35th move. The first man to win six games will take the championship and a $270,000 first prize. Draws do not count. The loser will earn $160,000. The game opened with sharp play, and Korchnol won a pawn and appeared to have an advantage. By move 24 Karpov played for counter-chances and got them, while experts said Korchnol was playing cautiously. Experts said Saturday's game was much more interesting than the lackluster game played Thurs day, which also ended in a draw. There have been six draws since the match began Oct. 1. EXPERTS SAID Korchnol, a Soviet exile, may be trying to wear Karpov down by playing many draws and prolonging the match. U.S. Grandmaster Lev Alburt, a Soviet exile who knew both players in the Soviet Union, said a long match would be to Korchnoi's advantage. Alburt said challenger Is physically much stronger than the ' champion even though Korchnol, at 50, is 20 years older. . Stamina is important in chess because of the enormous physical and nervous strains of playing a championship match. Two busloads of Soviet tourists arrived Saturday, raising the number of Soviets watching the match to about 100. 'Hill Street Blues' rating climbs NEW YORK (AP) NBC's "Hill Street Blues," the Emmy Award-winning police program that ranked 83rd out of 97 television shows last season, scored Its best ratings ever in its second season debut. It was edged out Thursday in the ratings by "Blazing Saddles," the Mel Brooks movie making it network television debut on CBS. Figures released Saturday by the A.C. Nielsen Co. gave "Hill Street" an 18.3 rating, meaning it was watched In 18.3 percent of all homes with televisions. The show got a 33 share, indicating it was the choice in 33 percent of all homes where television was watched. IN THE 10 PJW. TO 11 p.m. EST time slot Thurs- Teen's death investigated NEWBURGH HEIGHTS. Ohio (AP) Police in this Cleveland suburb are investigating the death of a 17-year-old boy, Kurt Sova, whose body was found behind a warehouse. WW Monday's number 152 - Tuesday's number 537 Wednesday's number 502 Thursday's number - 936 Friday's number 010 Saturday's number 539 day, "Blazing Saddles" had a 20.2 rating and a 36 share, while ABC's "20-20" had a 12.7 rating and a 23 share. Despite critical acclaim, "Hill Street" averaged a comparatively low 24 share last season, when NBC repeatedly switched its night and time slot. But NBC said it was committed to the program, and after it won eight Emmy Awards, Including best dramatic series, the network intensified an already vigorous promotion campaign on behalf of the show. CONSUMER AD INDEX Amusements C-2, 8; D-2, 3, 4, 6 Apparel & Accessory Mens A-5, 8, 12, 16 Apparel & Accessory Ladies A-3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 16; H-2, 4, 5, 6, 7,8 Apparel & Accessory Children D-7 Automobiles C-5, 6, 7 Auto Supplies & Tires .... C-3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 1 1 Beauty & Health. B-2, 3, 4; D-6; G-ll: H-5 Beverages . Camera Photo. . Carpet and Flooring . . Cleaners Launderers . Dining Out . . , . . Drugs . tl . . . .". V1 Fabrics Domestics . .-. IC D-8; H-2 A-4, 7 J B-2;H-3, 7 D-2, 3,4,5;G-12 . A-ll, 12, 15;B-4, 8; C-12; . ? . r ' . E-16' H-5 6 8 Financial . . ..... ... A-12; C-8; E-2, 3,' 6, 7; H-7 Furniture Home Furnishings. . A-10, 13, 15; B-3, 4 E-8, 14, 15;G- Home Improvements Paints A-2, 14; B-4; .. E-8, 10. 11, 12, 13, 14; H-2 Jewelry. ...... . . . A-14; E-15; G-12; H-3, 4, 7 Lawn & Garden. . . .! E-13 Legate j - Musical Instruments . D-7; E-15 Office Equipment E-2. 3, 6, 7 Real Estate A-4; E-2, 10, 11, 12 Sporting Goods C-8, 9 TV & Appliances A-6, 13; B-8; E-8, 15; H-4 Travel. ( 2w I u J n 1 SI L-i SALE PRICES GOOD THRU . . . Wed. Nov. 4th DIAL SOAP - SCOTCH TAPE - PAIR OF PLASTIC GLOVES ... 5c EACH WITH EACH GALLON OF ANY PAINT PURCHASED AT OUR LOW DISCOUNT PRICE. PAIR OF PLASTIC GLOVES 5 ox. BATH SIZE iJ5k SO t50 csWJ- 5' EACH WITH EACH GALLON OF ANY PAINT PURCHASED. (LIMIT I OF EACH PER GALLON OF PAINT.) 20 ft, . WALLPAPER . . . SPECIAL BOOK ORDERS AND IN-STOCK WALLPAPER i r ! i T MM i r CZ3 I VISA' f B8 STORE HOURS: MONDAY ihrw SATURDAY I a.m. to 9 p.m. SUNDAY 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (ticapt for helidayi) 720IEOST.aWb$twSt 113.1144 6183 BRANDT PK. 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