Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on December 1, 1977 · Page 13
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The Gossip Column C.iiy Tclcpram Thiinuiuy. December I. 1977 I'afjr 13 Elliott Gould: New Flick to Revive His Career? By ROBIN ADAMS SLOAN Q: Have you heard that Elliott Gould has had mental problems and no one will hire him as an actor anymore? — L. DeG., New York. •<<N\ and the feeling is that this new movie may revive his career. GOULD: In good shape A: Gould has had some rough times and there have been times in the last seven years when producers were a'fraid of him. He had to undergo a psychiatric exam to get his part in "The Long Goodbye" released in 1973. He endured another mental check-up, recently, before being cast in "The Silent Partner." Gould says for this last check-up 19 needles were stuck in his head, but that could be an exaggeration. At any rate, he's in good shape MARGARET: aspiring personality Q: What does Margaret Trudeau have in mind these days? She certainly gets herself a lot of publicity. — G. Z., Newport, Ky. A: Margaret is hellbent on a show-biz career in one form or another. She recently signed on with a major talent agency, and has been showing up at a host of swanky events, from charity benefits at discotheques to fancy art gallery openings. Inevitably, her presence has guaranteed publicity — not exactly bad for an aspiring personality. Best guess is that.her prime objective is an acting career on stage and in films. THE BIG KNIFE: Director Billy Friedkin's old girlfriend Jennifer Nairn-Smith is seeing Hollywood lawyer Marvin M. Mitchelson. Could be trouble, as Milchelson is the counselor who got the landmark decision for Michelle Triola, who lived with actor Lee Marvin and was awarded community properly the same as a wife because she had lived with him. Nairn-Smith and Friedkin lived together and she had his child but he went off and married Jeanne Moreau. Q: I heard Paul Newman's daughter, Susan, and Debbie Reynolds' daughter, Carrie Fisher, are in hot competition for a screen role. What's the story? — B. P., Tacoma, Wash. A: Susan, Newman's 24- year-old daughter by former wife Jackie MacDonald, replaced Carrie in a new film about the Beatles' first singing tour of America, called "I Want to Hold Your Hand." Carrie got first nod for the Hussey, who appeared in the part but backed out when she same role in the 1940 flick. was offered a different part from the one originally discussed. After a quick screen lest,' Susan won the part — thai of, whal she lerms, "a Jewish militant." Up until now, says Susan, she's only been offered "WASPy roles." Q: I caught Katharine Hepburn in one of my favorite movies, "The Philadelphia Story," on TV Ihe other night, and she was wonderful. How does she feel about this movie? — R. R., New Orleans. A: Kale thinks it's pretly good, but isn'l all lhal crazy aboul it, much preferring the original 1939 stage version written for her by Philip Barry. She confides to friends that one reason the play was better is thai Shirley Boolh did a finer acling job than Ruth HEPBURN: the stage version DEATH SUIT: The parents of Freddie Prinze, as well as Prinze's wife and son, have initialed identical legal actions in Los Angeles regarding the dealh earlier this year of Ihe young comedian. The suits charge psychialrisl Dr. William Kroger and internist Dr. Edward Ablon with malpractice and wrongful dealh concerning their former patient. The comedian's family hopes to recover special damages totaling $1.4 million, in addilion to other damages estimated at $10 million. Dr. Malbour Watson, attorney for the parenls, said, "I don't believe Freddie Prinze commuted suicide. His was an accidental dealh caused by his having taken so many Quaaludes he didn't know whal he was doing." Q: Seeing that wonderful ballet movie "The Turning Poin!" reminded me of that film of 30 years ago — "The Red Shoes" with Moira Shearer. Whal ever happened to her? — C. L., Port Washington, N.Y. A: Moira retired about 20 Kennedy and lives in Scotland years ago after a brief career with their four children. At 51. as a straight actress. She's with her children grown, she's married to author Ludovic planning to go back to acting &0 * fcnf ^>' Garden Crty Pipe and Tobacco Christmas Hours Tuesday and Thursday 9:30-9:00 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 9:30-6:00 Sunday 1:00-5:00 ,'° 6th and Pine Across From The Post Office ~te GARDEN CITY AREA PRIVATE CLUBS AND TAVERNS Entertainment Schedule Saturday, December 3 For Members .. Guests Only AMERICAN LEGION Kri. .. Sat. ML.SiC MACHINE EAGLES LODGE Sat. — MEMPHIS EXPRESS Grain Bin Supper Club LIVE ENTERTAINMENT G NIGHTS A WEEK! POLITE FORCE No Cover Charge Credit Cards Accepted CORRAL CLUB Wed. — CONTINENTALS Fri. .. Sat.—CONTINENTALS Kitchen Now Open THE ELKS Thurs. Family Nile - Mexican Food Music by Western Kansas Disco Fri.—CAROLYN LEE & THE ROADRUNNERS Sat.—JS & THE BACKS MINI CLUB Hours: Thurs. & Sat. 5-3; Tues. Wed. Fri & Sun. 5-12 Thurs.—Long Tall Texan's MUSIC MACHINE I Thurs.—Tricycle Race Sat.—HIGH COUNTRY 5 Kitchen Open 6:00 -1:00 W. Highway 50 Sat. —RAY HUDSON WITCHES & BREW Every Wed., Fri., Sat. Nile DISCO No Cover Charge. Sat.—LOLA & THE COUNTRY 5 Happy Hour Daily 5:30 - 6:30 THE ZODIAC Garden City's Newest 18 Club Fri. .. Sat.—JADE Under New Management GAZEBO Fri. & Sat.—STREET TALK NEW MEMBERS WELCOME DO DROP INN Highway 50 West .. VFW Road Fri.-BASILISK THE HINT-HINT KIT. Here's a new way to make up your .Christmas list. Cut out the Hint-Hint that you really want. Next fill in the blanks. Now put that Hint-Hint in a place that they can't miss. Like on the toaster. In the refrigerator. On the rubber plant. Or on the bathroom mirror. Then watch how it works! Maybe the biggest surprise this Christmas will be that you'll get just what you want. Watch for more TEAM Hint-Hint Kits in this newspaper. Dear. , Here's a hint for what I'd really like for Christmas! And here's another hint: you'll find it at TEAM ELECTRONICS. Your All the basic essentials for great listening on a shoestring budget... The Receiver: The Technics SA-5070 (your name) features direct-coupled design for clean, well-defined sound, phase-locked-loop FM circuitry for increased channel separation and 15 watts per channel min. RMS both channels driven at 8 ohms from 40Hz to 20kHz with no more than .8% total harmonic distortion. The Turntable: The BSR 2260AG multi-play turntable is a smooth operator with 3 speeds, cue control and comes with cartridge, base and dust cover. The Speakers: And a pair of ATL/Award 33 speakers deliver excellent performance with 2-way acoustic suspension design and space- saving size. A $329.80 value if purchased separately. $289 i ~~^ I I ' T i riant* Donr •• Fipjir Here's a hint for what I'd really like for Christmas! And here's another hint: you'll find it at TEAM ELECTRONICS. Your , (your name) Automatic convenience plus direct-drive precision . . . the Technics SL-1900 Single- play Turntable. Exceptional model with Memo-Repeat dial to repeat records up to 6 times or continuously. Other features include: built-in strobe; frequency generator servo motor; ± 5% pitch controls for accurate adjustment of each speed; gimbal tonearm suspension for fine tracking sensitivity; molded base; 12" diecast aluminum platter; base and dust cover included; cartridge optional. (95 Dear Here's a hint for what I'd really like for Christmas! And here's another hint: you'll find it at TEAM ELECTRONICS. Your __ (your name) A break for your budget . . . the Sankyo STD-1700 Cassette Recorder. Easy-to-use front-loader with all the essentials for great record and playback performance at one easy-to-take price. Features include: 2-position tape selection button; built-in Dolby*' noise reduction system; tape selection switch; separate level meter and record level controls for each channel; 3-digit tape counter, pause control; left and right mic inputs; headphone jack; recording indicator light; automatic stop at end of tape. Here's a hint for what I'd really like for Christmas! And here's another hint: you'll find it at TEAM ELECTRONICS. Your {your name) New. improved Supertuner . . . the Pioneer KP-8005 Indash AM/FM Stereo/Cassette Player. An improved version of the original Supertuner for great radio and tape sound in town or far off the beaten path. Features include: phasp-lock-loop circuitry for better FM stereo separation; muting switch to eliminate between station noise; pre-set tuning for 5 stations; locking fast forward and rewind for easy on the road operation; automatic replay after rewind. $19995 Diners Club, Master Charge, BankAmericard, American Express, and other credit plans available. Your Headquarters for Electronics WE SELL WHAT WE SERVICE 215 W. KANSAS GARDEN CITY 276-2911 ELECTRONICS <V

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