The York Dispatch from York, Pennsylvania on October 27, 1988 · 35
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The York Dispatch from York, Pennsylvania · 35

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THE YORK DISPATCH THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1988 35 How maimy calories do imitation cheese? FULL LISTINGS for DAYTIME and are in TV YORK EVERY SATURDAY in THE YORK DISPATCH Big names don't draw bag bocks HOLLYWOOD - The Sally FieldTom Hanks “Punchline” feature and Don Johnson’s “Sweet Hearts Dance” are proving anew that there’s no such thing as a sure thing in Hollywood — or a performer who can guarantee a box office winner Field’s lack of pull in “Punchline” (which dropped a distressing 31 percent last weekend for a combined 17-day take of a mere $13265493 on more than 900 screens) is no surprise Sally’s last fewJilms (“Surrender” and “Mur-’phy’s Romance”) were anything but blockbusters The situation with Tom Hanks is something else again He came to “Punchline” fresh from the superbig hit called “Big” drew a raft of rave reviews the likes of which I’ve seldom seen for his role as “Punchline’s” brilliant but neurotic comedian Most reviewers were predicting an ’89 Oscar for Hanks for the picture indeed that could still happen — but there is the tendency to forget a movie that fades so fast In the case of Don Johnson “Sweet Hearts Dance” has been a commercial embarrassment from the very beginning Even all his ��Miami Vice” exposure — and the publicity he generated with his pur- MARILYN BECK i ported romance with Barbra Streisand — couldn’t save the movie from being a megaton bomb It pulled in a disastrous $640 per screen in 233 theaters last weekend — for a total take in a month-long run of less than $35 million! That means that just a handful of people have seen it at some performances' And you wonder why actors hre insecure? THE EYE OF THE STORM: Car-roll O’Connor is happy again This is the word from O’Connor’s “Heat of the Night” producer Fred Silver-man who reports that the complaints O’Connor has had with “Heat” scripts have been rectified and that “He’s happy we’re happy the network is delighted with the work we’re doing now” The happy band shooting in Covington Ga will be even happier if the cocaine charges against co-star Howard E Rollins Jr are dropped at the hearing scheduled today in Baton Rouge La I THE ‘MAGIC’ TOUCH: Representatives of George Lucas’s Industrial Light and Magic special effects company made an elaborate presentation in LA the other night of the 12-year-old company’s major ac complishments — including Disney’s current technical miracle “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” But the inside word is that “Roger Rabbit” will pale in comparison to the special effects now being dreamed up at ILM for the upcoming Michael J Fox feature “Back To The Future II” for Steven Spielberg “Future II” is expected to go before the cameras in early ’89 — with “Roger Rabbit” director Robert Zemeckis at the helm HERE ‘N’ THERE: Nov 27 will be quite an evening for Michael Gross His “Family Ties” Steven Keaton character suffers a heart attack in what will be the first of a special three-part story on the sit-'com that same evening he plays a deranged killer in the NBC TV movie “In the Line of Duty: The FBI Murders” Charlie Sheen in Austria making “Courage Mountain” with Leslie Caron for Michael Douglas’ Stone-bridge company sends word that he’s decided not to join Chad Lowe and Tony Longo in “The Purple Night Rangers” Barbi Benton’s first New Age album hits the stores Nov 1 Titled “Kinetic Voyage” the Tacoma Records LP features the one-time mistress of the Playboy manor playing Dukakis show nets big ratings for ECoppel THE WASHINGTON POST Gov Michael Dukakis’ 90-minute interview with Ted Koppel on ‘Nightline” Tuesday night produced the sixth-highest overnight Nielsen Democratic presidential candidate had a 92 rating and a 31 percent rating ever for the ABC News show audience share in Nielsen’s 17 major From 11:30 until 1 am the markets That compared to a 48-16 WayBoo Jeoim5inig§ hospitalized By William C Trott UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL WAYLON IN PAIN: Country singer Waylon Jennings was admitted to a Tustin Calif hospital with chest pains and breathing problems after he finished his first show at the Crazy Horse Saloon in nearby Santa Ana Jennings had to cancel the second show and was listed in stable and good condition Tuesday A nursing official said he was put in intensive care just for the sake of privacy “He seemed fine through the first show” said Jennings’s manager Dino Lint “He had a lot of energy and gave no indication that anything was wrong FIGHTING FIRE WITH BATTERIES: The diagnosis from “St Elsewhere” star Bonnie Bartlett is that an ounce of prevention is a lot better than a house fire Bartlett tromped through a Miami neighborhood Monday in a door-to-door safety canvass with firefighters to test smoke alarms and pass out batteries for them Bartlett said her visits to the Rancho Los Amigos Trauma Hospital outside Los Angeles convinced her the fire prevention campaign is needed “We have seen some children there who were burn PEOPLETALK- victims” said Bartlett who won an Emmy for her role opposite her real-life husband William Daniels “You can’t get that picture out of your mind these horrible little faces” The neighborhood had been warned that Bartlett was coming o check smoke detectors “The people were darling very shy” she said “Some homes the batteries weren’t working We just gave everybody batteries We’re asked to do a lot of things my husband and I I have more fun doing direct things You feel like you might save a life” SLOW PACE TO TRIAL: Discredited Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson won’t have to go to court until April 24 to face charges of pointing a starter’s pistol at a motorist Johnson was in a Toronto courtroom Tuesday as a judge set the trial date but he had no comment as he left “The matter jis before the court and it would be inappropriate for us to say anything” his lawyer Martin Kerbel said “I can tell you he’ll be pleading not guilty” Johnson 26 who lost his Olympic gold medal after steroids were discovered in his system alleg edly aimed the starter’s pistol which fires only blanks at another driver on Oct 6 in a freeway dispute DAILY DOSE OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL: Rock fans can keep track of the months of 1989 with George Michael INXS Mark Knopfler Kenny Loggins Robbie Robertson Van Halen Branford Marsalis Charlie Sexton and Apollonia The recording artists have agreed to be photographed for a calendar that will benefit the Make A Wish Foundation and Chris Cuffaro whose photo work regularly appears in Rolling Stone Musician and Spin magazines will shoot them in black and white The $1195 calendars suitable for framing afterward will be sold at record and music stores throughout the United States and Canada A PAINTING IS WORTH A THOUSAND PHOTOS: Artist David Hockney is forsaking the camera and returning to the canvas The artist held a news conference Tuesday in London to rhark the opening of his photographic exhibit at London’s Tate Gallery and also announced he was ending his decade-long fascination with the photo rSflWDEPENDlHl MOBILE HOME LOANS We can help you finance a home of your own — easily and economically Financing 1979-1988 Models PjpiDS(pS£ll STATE BANK — ONE SOUTH MAIN STREET EAST PROSPECT PA 17317 Call Roger Nickol at 252-1511 or 846-2281 For Full Details Open Tuesday & Friday Evenings till 7 PM Q — One of my favorite foods is cheese However I know it has fats and cholesterol in it What about the imitation cheeses that are on the shelves? What value are they and what do they contain? Particularly how many calories do they contain? — JF Dallastown A — Cheese is a favorite food Cheese is a nutrient-dense food One pound of cheese contains the protein and fat of a gallon of milk American Cheddar cheese contains about Vs water Vs fat and V protein with about 4 percent mineral and less than 1 percent carbohydrate Some low-fat cheeses are now on the market and are acceptable in flavor body and texture Imitation cheeses that use a vegetable oil instead of butterfat are available for those who want to lower their intake of animal fat Corn oil is generally the vegetable oil used Dr George C Briggs of the University of California found imitation cheeses lack calcium zinc vitamin A and some of the B vitamins that real cheese has Imitation cheese has about 110 calories per ounce and only about 150 mgs of salt per serving The “lite” cheeses have between 60 and 100 calories per ounce but are real cheese They are “lite” because they have added more wa- Dr Ethel Jewell Horner for NBC’s Carson-Letterman combination and a 46-15 for CBS’ “Night Heat” and “Late Show” package FACT & FANCY ter and whey (and sometimes corn syrup) than real cheeses Check the label to see whether water comes first on the list of ingredients or down the line on the list That will give you an idea of how much the nutrients are diluted The “lites” do have rn"ro sodium If flavor is high on your list of priorities eat very small amounts of real cheese and cut cholesterol in other ways such as fewer eggs very lean meat and always use oils for cooking If the amount of cheese you can eat is more important than flavor use imitation cheese and be sure you get more calcium zinc vitamin A and B vitamins in other foods Calories for imitation cheese seem to run between 90 and 100 calories per ounce piano and synthesizers THE HAPPINESS OF “PURSUIT”: Actor Ben Cross who’s just wrapped NBC’s “Pursuit” mini-series with Veronica Hamel says the Yugoslavia location shoot went much better than he’d expected “It was with great trepidation that I got off the plane in Zagreb” says the “Chariots of Fire” star "But it wasn’t the heavy gray communist country I expected It was very beautiful and I liked the people very much” In “Pursuit” which airs Dec 11-12 Cross plays an SS officer who undergoes plastic surgery to avoid prosecution as a war criminal ends up a concentration camp inmate and through an ironic twist of fate becomes one of the founding fathers of Israel He says he didn’t have to do a lot of research for the role because “I did the film ‘Jeweler’s Shop’ in Poland just last year and I had the opportunity of visiting Auschwitz Also this year I made a film for HBO called ‘Steal the Sky’ which was shot in Israel so I knew the people the mentality the geography Those experiences were very helpful to me” Tribune Media Services SENIOR CENTERS M EQUAL HOUSING LENDER SEE ALL THE EXCITEMENT OF THE YORK HALLOWEEN PARADE FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR LIVING ROOM! 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