Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 26, 1973 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
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6 <3o(Mburfl Reaister-Moil, Gojesburg, (H. Thurjidqy. April 26, )973 Tells Concern Adlai Wants White Home Amateur Athletics Meeting CHAMPAIGN, III. (UPI) - Sen. Adlai E. Stevenionlfl, D-Ill,, s«ys he will introduce ft insolation in OongreM calling for {^resident Nixon to convene a White House conference on amateur athletics. Stevenson said Wednesday he was "deeply concerned" about the future of amateur athletics and hoped a White House confmtnce would lead to "volimtary aettlement of the long-standing problems facing amateur athletics in this coun* try." Stevenson Mid he would Introduce the niolutlon prior to hearings on athletics scheduled May 22-24 before the Senate Commerce Committee. He said if Congress and the President receive the suggestions favorably, a conference could be convened as early as summer. FRI. and SAT. SPECIAL Hit & H«rs T*Bon« S7.00 His & Hm Cotfiih iS.OO Rib Eye $2.25 PLUS TAX Baked or French Fries Large Salad KNOTTY PINE TAP Wata||«» III. — 375<9918 - DANCE Golesburg Americon Legion Feattfrlng "BIG JOHN" SAT., APRIL 28 9 P.M. To 1 A.M. PVBUO INVITED EAGLES CLUB 74 N. CHAMBERS ST. SATURDAY, APRIL 28 "^iSr LOU THORNE rralernlty" ORCHESTRA Members 50e Guests $1.00 Till 9 P.M. —Affer 9 ^ 75c and $1.50 DANCING 8:30 - 12:30 Sundoy Buffet Dinner Serving — 11:30 A.M. • 2 P.M. ADULTS $1.50 -— UNDiR 12 $1.00 BLUE GRASS MUSIC SHOW KNOXVILLE HIGH SCHOOL GYM Saturdayr April 28th 8 P.M. DON BROWN and THE OZARK MOUNTAIN TRIO SPONSORED BY THE OILSON FIRE DEPARTMENT and THE KNOXVILLE JAYCEES Proceeds: Better Fire Equipment and Mucular Dystrophy The HUDDLE INN Presents The FRANK AND FRANK Trio Tuesdoy Thru Fridoy APPEARING SATURDAY, APRIL 28 The Melody Makers T-BONE SPECIAL IN OUR SIRLOIN ROOM Reg. $5.50 1487 N. HENDERSON ST. TV Notes: 'Sanford and Son' Tie Archie in Ratings By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-Not«a to watch t«l«viilon by: The raUngs: NB&tV 'f "San^j ford and Son" comedy aeriei, about a black Junk dealer, tied CB&'TV'i top-rated "AU in the Family" for first place In the 7(k!ity rankings for the week Tiltvliloi la R«flew ending April 15, the only time "Family" has been tied or topped except by a apecial finisliing sixth among all shows in the statistics was ABC-TV's new "Kung Fu" series, which is about a fugitive Buddhiit priest in the old American Weat. Uit week'i apecial (wo^our epiaodt of CBS-TV's "The Waltons," In which the depress 8ion*era American mountain family was faced with a serious illness that struck the mother of the seven children, did well in the overnight ratings in New York aty ... In its first hour last week, the special "Waltons" episode finished only a little behind NBC-TV's Flip Wilson variety series in New York; and in its second liour, It was edged out by Bob Hope's special for ttie first 30 minutes but turned the tables and edged him out In the last 90. Oamtt omy Qaesi Previews: Carroll O'Connor, who stars as bigot Archie Bunker in "All in the Family," is scheduled to be tlie only guest in ABC-TV's Dick Cavett show May 15 ... NBO-TVa presentation of the movie version of "My Pair Lady," 'which headlines Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn, is set as a three-hour attraction this Thanksgiving nigfit, Nov. 22 ... Frank Sinatra's out-of-retirement one-hour special for tlie same network Nov. 11 will get choice prime time slot— 8:30 Wants Educatioii Singer-Actor Ed Ames Is On Dean % List at UCLA By VERNON SCOTT harder to come by HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Ed Ames, the outstzed shiger-actor is on the dean's List at UCLA but refused the monetary scholarship in a parking place reward and exchange (or on campus. Efltertalomeflt World "There are too many deserving students who could use the financial aid," he explahis, "and a parking space is much TEEN DANCE VIOLA Opera House Sundoy, April 29 7-10 FeaturiBg "T.CB." (Iowa City 's 10 Man Band) Fridoy ELKS BUFFET FAMILY Blue Angel FRTOAY RED BOUGHTON AND THE OOLDIN ROCKETS SATURDAY TOM DOUGUS WITH THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS AND SEi "J D HURT" ENTERTAINING NIGHTLY Al The Imperil 400't Iron Horse Lounge J D's Album MY GIRl AvaUable at The Iron Horse. Liadattom'*, The Old Music Shop money." Ames, who never had college education, is cramming a 4%-year course for his Bachelor of Arts degree Into tttfee years and has an academic ^ade point standing of 3.8 on a 4.0 scale.. His major is fine arts. "I got interested in directing motion pictures and television shows," said the big guy. "But I felt I didn't have enough background in history and philosophy. I had some seat-of- tiie-pants knowledge of film techniques, but the formal education was missing. Learning to'l^am "A university is the only place you can learn how to research and absorb informa« tion, and that's what I'm doing." Ames hasn't abandoned his career to pursue the academic life. When a job comes along he than,cuts classes and then works overtime to make up classwork "A lew weeks ago I took off 10 days to do a television special," he said. "I'm stil catching up. "This semester I'm studying Shakespeare, English liters* ture, play wrlthig, screen writ* Ing, stage direction and cinema direction. It's fascinating to study production details after you've already worked in the various media." Ames is best known for his costarring role with Fess Parker in the "Daniel Boone" television series, which enjoyed a four-year run. Some Dh-ecting I've done some directing In stock and summer theatre," he said. "Some day I'd like to write, direct and produce plays and* do some producing for motion pictures. One of my assignments this semester is to write a one-act play. (b 9 :S0 ».ffl. In tha Bait end West, and an hour etrlltr Iti tm Midwest, on « Sunday. GBS-'TV's "60 minutes" series this Sunday reports about the population explosion of pets In America, and an advance network summary observes that there is so much breeding that many puppies and kittens are killed off becausa there ire more dogs and cats than people willing to take them. Orphans (he Subject The plight of Vietnamese- AnMricm onihant left behind In the wake of tl .8. Involvement In the Southeast Asia war Is the subject of an hour HBC'TV documentary June IS ... The program, entitled "The Sins of the Fathers," will try to show "what the Saigon government, the more than 133 licensed orphanages, various adoption agencies and concerned In- dlvlduals are dohig to remedy the situation. Also examined ... is the possibility of the American government instltut- ln| some form of aid to the children" ... ABC-TV's "Dlrec* tlons" series, normally 30 minutes weekly, has an hour special May 6 marking the 2Sth anniversary of Israel's state* hood, and filmed in that nation. Success Story: ABC-TV's weekly children's series entitled "Make a Wish," tossed Into the never-never land of Sunday daytime television, has survived the unenviable sched- uimg, gained acclaim and wii^ be back again next season. Now Playing Thru Sat. WALT DISNEYS Sword In The Stone On* Show each Mshi Al f tSI ChUdiM Me — AauUs SIM ^ ^EVERETTSTA ^l • Watafa, III, | • FRIDAY and SATURDAY 1 1 LOY -N'COUNrRY 1 • Featuriitg JONNA RAYI • • NO DISORDERLY CONDUCT TOLERATED • KN• X V ILLE ^EVERETTSTA ^l • Watafa, III, | • FRIDAY and SATURDAY 1 1 LOY -N'COUNrRY 1 • Featuriitg JONNA RAYI • • NO DISORDERLY CONDUCT TOLERATED • CINEMA 1 ^ CINEMA I & II NPXI ' • AHl AN'. II M GA |I '.('.IK" . CINEMA II Sforfs Fridoy | Held Over LAURENCflv ^lCHAEL OLIVIER CAINE to JOKCPH LMWKlEWlCgf >»«r aaimnr ENDS TONIGHT "SROTHER SUN SISTER MOON" 7:00 4 9:10 Class CMraUniWiniMaMlMJMMiniy #W| 7:15 & 9:00 To See The Den and Jean provide en evening of fun and enjoynnent with piano, guitar, sax and vocals. This is western Illinois top entertainment . . . SEE YOU AT THE RED COACH LOUNGE. Storting Next MONDAY... The Trio The Red Coach Lounge has quick service, a refresliing atmosphere, expertly mixed drinks, dancing and is open Sundays. Where The Action Is . , . ROUTE 150, NORTH Of GALESBURG ORPHEUM Open 7 - Shows at 7iM PM —INOS TONItl—— 'Charley and the Angel" "Cfaiderella" Storting | FRIDAY! I TWO TERRIFYING I FILMS VINCENT PRICE I DIANA RIGG | I I open <:4B - Shows 7 & S:5S , IIAlifI Funniest Film | nUfflSlnce 'Oraciuate' . -WMtnt Cinby. NtW Varli TimM Open 7il5 - Shows 7:30 PM UAlIfI Fantastic nUff S Movies THERE ARB SEVEN BASIC These girls experiencd thorn alll • PLUS- VINCENT PRICE PLUS PilonMrPMiirMtntortMtioMi < NellSmon's I The I Heartbieak, An Elaine May Filni,^ I jENNnna PtAVIOVMAOMlNM . PUyMATg OP THI VMR'l Mr. Quick SPECIALS 3 TEXASBURGERS for GOOD APRI127,28,29 HOURS: SUN. . THURS. 10:30 A.M. to 11 P.M. FRI. & SAT. 10:30 A.M. to 12 P.M. MIDNIGHT Inside Seating For 64 Chairs For The Kids 914 N. HENDERSON ST.

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