Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 9, 1977 · Page 13
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 13

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 9, 1977
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Page 14 Garden City Telegram Wednesday, November 9,1977 ADMISSIONS at St. Catherine Ethel L. Bigler, ElDorado Jeremy A. Burns, Syracuse Cynthia A. Hamill, Garden City James E. Hinton, Syracuse John G. Jacobs, 207 S. 6lh Nelson L. Schwartz, Alamota Doris S. Scott, Towner, Colo. G. Marvin Swank, Lakin DISMISSALS Luis M. Bencomo, Johnson Edith M. Brecheisen, 1107 Summit Mrs. Verle W. Butler, Deerfield Mrs. Mike Calihan, 2613 Carriage Mrs. Joe G. Delgado, 701 W. Fulton Mrs. William A. Eckley, Sublette Mrs. Steven L. Grusing and In Garden City baby girl, Syracuse Mrs. Mark E. Lucht, 2615 N. 7th Erin D. Murray, Garden City Mrs. Harry Palmer, Kendall Mrs. Elton Regier and baby boy, Rt. 2 Mrs. Henrick Rijfkogel Jr. and baby boy, 1101 E. Pine Mrs. Scott M. Showalter, 701 Fleming Christopher G. Stahlecker, Rt. 1 Mrs. Gary G. Veach and baby girl, Holcomb Mrs. Joe A. Walter, Dighton Mrs. Irvin Wilken, Leoti Mrs. Jack L. Wilkens and baby boy, Healy Mrs. Burton R. Williams, Sublette Donna J. Shipley, Gardendale The Gossip Column Hemmingway Film Story: No Easy Task By ROBIN ADAMS SLOAN Q: I know a movie about the life of Ernest Hemingway is planned. How can one film possibly span such a rich and full life? — L.Z., Boise, Idaho. A: It's not going to be easy. The general idea at the moment is to cover the last seven years of his life, beginning with the near-fatal plane crashes Hemingway survived in 1954. There will FINNEY COUNTY FMM BUREAU Blue Cross and Blue Shield membership is NOW OPEN until Dec. 31 f 1977. No health statement is required. Two different Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans from which to choose. ATTEND THE INFORMATIONAL MEETING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 7:00 P.M. AT THE G.C. CO-OP CENTER Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas •-» M»n «ir* BH» Ciou M HEMMINGWAY: one actor or several? also be flashbacks showing the great author at various key points in his life from youth onward. The biggest problem is finding an actor to play all the Hemingways. The producer hasn't decided whether to have a number of actors play the author at various stages, or just have one actor portray him throughout the movie. Production is at least a year away, so there's still plenty of time to work this all out. Q: Even though she's done the stage musical "Applause," Lauren Bacall, while a marvelous actress, isn't much of a singer. Did she really sing those great songs in her movies with Humphrey Bogart? — Y.P., Flagstaff, Ariz. A: Most of the time Lauren mouthed the lyrics on-screen while someone else's voice was used on the soundtrack. For example, the fabulous song, "How Little We Know," Lauren "sang" in "To Have and Have Not" was actually ghosted by none other than Andy Williams, who was a teenager at the time. HUMPHREY "Tension Seated" Akimmum Products CUSTOM MADE INSULATING (STORM) WINDOWS AND DOORS ANY SIZE ANY COLOR NEW VINYL TRACK GIVES TROUBLE FREE SERVICE FINNEY FAB INSULATING PRODUCTS Financing Avafable GREG HAFLICH OWNER 275-7311 27M907 Localy owned and operated LAUREN: Andy did the singing NO MISTAKES: TV Producer Norman Lear ("All In the Family," "Forever Fernwood," "Good Times" and "Maude") makes certain that interviewers get all his quotes exactly right. His office is wired for sound and he has typists who do a verbatim report of each interview. A copy is sent to the reporter in a matter of hours. All of Lear's conversations are also typed up so any great ideas he has aren't lost. Probably lots of orders for coffee and Danish get transcribed in triplicate, too. A: I like Dina Merrill as an actress, but am more intrigued by her status as one of the world's richest women. What's she really like? - L.B., Scarsdale, N.Y. A: Deenie, as her friends call her, is very natural and not at all la-dee-dah (as is her look-alike Princess Grace) in either speech or manner. Dina has a sense of humor about herself and her money, is easy to be with, and far from haughty. She was originally promoted as a Grace Kelly type, but a friend who knew both, says Dina is exactly the sort of socialite that Grace Kelly pretended to be — and wasn't. TITLE CHANGE: Who od you think the Germans had in mind when they re-titled Woody Allen's latest smash (Annie Hall) as "The Town Neurotic"? Q: I was delighted to see Audrey Meadows' name in your good column. What's new in her private life? C.H., Washington, D.C. A: Audrey has been married for 16 years to Robert Six, who used to be married to Ethel Merman. He's the head of Continental Airlines. It must be a fine marriage, since the only time they've been separated for any length of time was just recently when Audrey went to Miami to do the "Honeymooners" special LEAR: sound' he's 'Wired for with her old pals Gleason and Carney. Six, incidentally, was going to buy three Concordes for his airline and paid several i — million dollars as a down. payment. However, he changed his mind because he fell the plane would not be economical enough and got his money back.^ Q: I read where David Niven Jr. bought that now notorious book "Shall We Tell the President?" for a movie. How much did he pay for it and is he having any second thoughts about making a film that contains a plot to kill Teddy Kennedy? — R.T.," Grand Rapids, Mich. A: Niven paid $250,000 for the film rights and plans to change the name of the .president who is the target for. a would-be assassination so it is no longer Teddy Kennedy. The book's author, Jeffrey Archer, isn't objecting and may have a cameo role in the movie. Robin Adams Sloan welcomes questions from readers. While Sloan cannot provide individual answers, questions of general interest will be used in the column. Write to Robin Adams Sloan, care of this newspaper. Young Back on Diplomatic Road UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Nearing the 100,000-mile mark as a diplomat, Andrew Young is off to Rome and Stockholm this weekend for his seventh foreign trip in nine months as the chief U.S. delegate to the United Nations. But unless a new emergency mission to Africa is required, (he peripatetic American envoy may be ready after his return to put away his passport for a while, aides say. Young next week is making a twice-postponed visit to Sweden, whose people he described last May as "terrible racists." That remark, made during one of his impromptu airborne news conferences, caused a brief international flap and a standing invitation for him to get acquainted with the Swedes at home. The visit was planned for July, then postponed when Young learned most Swedes would be on vacation. It was delayed again last month by the Security Council debate on South Africa. Young will fly first to Rome, where he will visit agencies affiliated with the United Nations and speak Monday at a conference of the U.N. Food and Agricultural Organization. He goes , to Stockholm next Wednesday and for three days will meet with government officials and private citizens. By the time he returns to New York on Nov. 19, he will have logged 96,000 miles on trips to 32 nations on four continents. The U.S. Mission at the United Nations does not keep comparative records. But longtime observers agree Young already has traveled far more than his 14 predecessors. SUNNY SAVINGS Spring Is upon us and sunny wwther Is ahead so we are cetabrallng by helping to give you a sunny disposition while enjoying a del I clou* meal. With the money you save there won't be any "cloudy forecast" tor your billfold either^ THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL CHICKEN FRIED STEAK ON THURSDAY NIGHT FROM 5:00 P.M. TIL 9:00 P.M. YOU CAN ENJOY THIS DELICIOUS STEAK WITH MASHED POTATOES AND GRAVY, SALAD BAR, TOAST AND DRINK FOR ONLY: NORTH HIGHWAY 83 GARDEN CITY, KS. Serving Only USDA B«cf TRUCKLOAD VANITY SALE at WE WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11th AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12th CASH & CARRY LMBR. CO, VANITIES! IN OBSERVANCE OF D r\i D THE FIDELITY STATE BANK GARDEN NATIONAL BANK WESTERN STATE BANK SAVE ON ALL VANITIES THUR.-FRI.-SAT. OVER 100 VANITIES AT SALE PRICES FROM *39 95 to *316 95 SAVE 20% to 30% WE HAVE A WIDE SELECTION OF SIZES & STYLES AVAILABLE INCLUDING CUT BACK STYLES. CORNER STYLES-KNEE HOLE MODELS SOME OF OUR VANITIES ARE MADE OF SOLID OAK FOR LASTING BEAUTY. WE FEEL OUR SELECTION HAS NEVER BEEN BETTER & WE INVITE YOU TO STOP BY & TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SAVINGS ON THE VANITY OF YOUR CHOICE. EE2 CASH & CARRY LUMBER INC. "FREE DLIVERY" 1518 E. Fulton Garden City, Ks. OPEN 7.flO AM 6:00 PM SAT. 7:00 AM-NOON TRY US FIRST! 275-7411

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