The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on February 27, 1987 · Page 6
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THE TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1987 FRIDAY EVENING TV S C H E D U L E see S a t u r d a y , ITEM m the W E E K E N D p.ickiiqe NBC CBS ABC 5 33 43 7:00 7:30 (News Local) (News Local) (News Local) Taxi -M*A*S*H World of Disney Star Trek 8:00 8:30 Stingray Scarecrow/Mrs. King Webster Belvedere 9:00 | 9:30 Miami Vice Dallas 10:00 10:30 Crime Story Falcon Crest Love Boat Movie: The Bounty Wash.Wk. Wall St. News Great Performances (Part 1) Movie: From Noon 'Til Three Benson M Russell Crook/Chase People Gordon M. Johncock MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Gordon M. Johncock. son of two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Gordon W. Johncock, will receive $5.35 million for injuries suffered in a collision at the Road America race course in Elkhart Lake. The younger Johncock was in a wheelchair as settlement of his suit was announced Tuesday in federal cffurt. Johncock, 20, of Wellston, Mich., says he suffered brain damage and has difficulty walking and talking as a result of the 1983 accident. Attorney Robert L. Habush said the damage amount was determined in an out-of-court settlement reached a day after the trial began. Habush said International Insurance Co. of New Jersey, the only remaining defendant, would pay the damages in a lump sum. Johncock was in a car that was permitted to travel on the track between races, going against traffic to get to a ' viewing site, court documents said. The car collided with a van going the opposite direction. Tammy Wynette ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) -- Country singer Tammy Wynette is expected to be released from St. Marys Hospital this weekend and take on a 17-day European singing tour, says her business manager and husband, George Richey. Richey said in a statement this week that his wife is recovering well from abdominal surgery on Feb. 2. She has been hospitalized since Jan. 9 for an undisclosed abdominal ailment. Richey said his wife plans to resume her tour schedule next month. The tour includes a March 9 concert at London's Albert Hall Linda Fratianne PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) --Olympic silver medalist Linda 'Fratianne and fellow skater Nick Mancich are planning to marry, although they haven't .set a wedding date. She and Maricich, who is a stunt skater are performers in Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom on Ice show, which is playing at Memorial Coliseum through Sunday. Miss Fratianne, 26, of Northridge, Calif , and Maricich, 29, from Sun Valley, Idaho, announced their engagement at the conclusion of a performance and were presented with a bouquet of roses from Mickey and Minnie Mouse on Tuesday night. Miss Fratianne earned her Olympic medal in figure skating in the 1980 Olympics at Lake Placid, N.Y. Bob Devaney Tom Osborne LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Two faces familiar to Nebraska football fans have replaced those of missing children on some milk cartons. Milk drinkers will see University of Nebraska-Lincoln Athletic Director Bob Devaney and football coach Tom Osborne on half-gallon Gillette Dairy milk containers. The dairy donated space on milk L-artons to solicit donations for a proposed $16 million UNL recreation center and indoor football practice field. "The Nebraska football team needs your help'" pleads the milk carton ad. Radio and television stations also have donated time to run spots featuring Osborne and Devaney. William J. Bennett CHICAGO (AP) - U.S. Education Secretary William J. Bennett plugged the Chicago Bears during a trip around the Windy City. "I like this city and if I had been here. I'd have been lobbying to be quarterback of the Bears," Bennett said Wednesday at a luncheon. Bennett also visited the LaSalle Language Academy, a magnet school, and had high praise for Principal Amy Weiss Narea. "She impressed me, she's doing a good job." he said. "I spent 45 minutes at the school but she spent little time with me and went about her duties." Sam Elliott LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Sam Elliott, currently appearing as the frontier gunslinger in the HBO Western "The Quick and the Dead," will star opposite Whoopi Goldberg in MGM's "Fatal Beauty," Elliott plays the mysterious em- ploye of a businesman dispensing a lethal designer drug. Goldberg is a tough, wisecracking police detective on the trail of the businessman. "Fatal Beauty" will be filmed on the TAMMY WYNETTE WILLIAM J. BENNETT streets of Los Angeles. John McCook LOS ANGELES (AP) --Seven years after he left "The Young and the Restless," John McCook is back at CBS Television City. He will star in the new daytime soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful," which will have its premiere March 23. Not only is McCook back at CBS, he has the exact same parking space he vacated in 1980. Pope John Paul II OSLO, Norway (AP) -- Pope John Paul II has accepted an invitation from the Roman Catholic bishops of the five Nordic countries to visit Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Iceland, the office of Oslo's bishop announced Thursday. "The first papal visit to the Nordic countries is likely to take place in 1989. The program for the visit will be worked out later," the office said in a press statement. The pope accepted the official invitation when receiving the Nordic bishops in joint audience at the Vatican Thursday, the statement said. Around 200,000 Roman Catholics live in the five Nordic countries. Monty Python LONDON (AP) -- The members of Monty Python are getting together again, but the reunion is strictly business. The six comedians, who have gone their separate artistic ways since their anarchic heyday in the 1970s, have formed Prominent Features, "an umbrella company for all our individual projects," former Python Terry Jones told the Guardian newspaper in an interview published Thursday. Jones, who writes and makes films, said the partnership would capitalize on "the mutual abrasiveness which we valued in Python." The former Pythons include John Cleese, who starred in the recent films "Silverado" and "Clockwise," and Michael Palin, who wrote and acted in "A Private Function" and "The Missionary." Others are Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam and Graham Chapman. Will they have regular board meetings? No, said Jones, "but we'll probably have a biannual bath together." George C. Wallace MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Former Gov. George C. Wallace, who left office last month at the end of his fourth term, was released from a hospital Thursday morning after an overnight stay for tests, officials said. Elvin Stan ton, a longtime Wallace aide, said the 67-year-old former governor was released Thursday morning from Jackson Hospital. Victoria Jones, a spokeswoman for the hospital, said Wallace spent Wednesday night in the hospital, but added that it did not appear to have been an emergency. Neither she nor Stanton said they knew the exact nature of the medical tests being run nor what prompted Wallace to enter the hospital. During his final term as governor, Wallace was hospitalized on several occasions for treatment of various ailments, including a urinary tract infection common among paraplegics. Wallace has been paralyazed from the waist down since a bullet struck his spine during an assassination attempt in 1972. Lisa Bonet LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Actress Lisa Bonet, "The Cosby Show" star whose voodoo-laced love scene in the Robert DeNiro movie "Angel Heart" was hexed in a dispute over an X- rating, says the "whole scandal is ridiculous." Despite revisions in the film -- the director said he cut 10 seconds -- Miss Bonet said Wednesday:-" Anyone who is a fan of mine will be pleased with the movie." "Angel Heart," scheduled for release March 6, had received an X rating from the Motion Picture Association of America, meaning anyone under 18 would be barred from watching it. Appeals by producers failed, so director Alan Parker clipped 10 seconds from a love scene in which actor Mickey Rourke and Miss Bonet shared a blood-spattered nightmare of voodoo ritual. On Tuesday, the association changed the rating to R. "I think the whole scandal is ridiculous," Miss Bonet said. "They (the news media) are trying to steam it up." "I'm pleased that we finally made an R," the 19-year-old actress said. "But it's a shame that we had to get penalized for doing a job right." "Angel Heart," a Tri-Star production, has been described as a supernatural thriller in which Rourke plays a downtrodden detective hired by sinister Louis Cyphre, portrayed by the Academy Award-winning DeNiro, to find a missing bandleader. Much of the controversy about the rating has centered on the impact the movie would have on Miss Bonet's image on NBC-TV's "The Cosby Show," where she appears as Denise Huxtable, and the planned spin-off series, "It's a Different World." She said she talked to Bill Cosby before she accepted the role in "Angel Heart," and advised him it would include nudity. She said he encouraged her to do what was best for her career. lona Brown LOS ANGELES (AP) - lona Brown, a violinist and music director of the Academy of St. Martin-in-the- Fields Orchestra in London, has received a three-year appointment as music director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. The announcement was made Wednesday at the Wiltern Theater, where the Chamber Orchestra will perform next season. The section of Ms. Brown, a specialist in 17th- and 18th-century music, culminated a two-year international search, said Ronald Rosen, president of the ensemble's board of directors. Barlow Fire Company HAM TURKEY DINNER SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1987 Serving Family Style 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Adults $5.25, Children !;i2.5(); Under 6 FREE Carry-outs Available - Price Includes Tax . 134 * News tip? Call 632-1331 624-7395 334-1131 Hourc thru March Friday 5 pm-8:30pm; Saturday 8 am-8:30pm Sunday 8 am-8:30pm CMCKKNPOTPIE DUTCH CUPBOARD ·ISTAUBANT 523 Baltimore Street · Gettysburg. Pa. - 334-62 Bm»ut»*ivUU BAKED HAM ft FRIED CHICKEN Family Styl* Dinner Serving 4-7 PM SATURDAY, FEB. 28th at Bendersville Community Hall Donations: Adults $6.00; Children 6-12 $3.00; Under 6 Free; Carry-outs (6.25 J\oom DANCING Saturday, Feb. 28 8:30-12:30 Music by ... "HELMUT LIGHT' SCHOTTIES Uttlestown Tickets Available At The Door Buchanan Valley Fire Company OYSTER ROAST TURKEY DINNER SUNDAY, MARCH 1st Serving Family Style 11 am-3 pm Adults - $6.50; Children -1/2 Price; 5 Under - FREE Rt. 30 West to Rt. 234 then Proceed 3 Miles Coming April 5th--OYSTER Jt BEEF DIMMER Prince of Peace Episcopal Church's 7th ANNUAL SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE DAY Tuesday, March 3 - 6:00 am-2:00 pm Held at the Gettysburg Fireball Donation: $2.75 Dining's A Pleasure At MRS. STAMM'S BAR-B-Q Rt. 34 between Mt. 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