Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 27, 1973 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, April 27, 1973
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6 jSQliib^ isttr-Mdih Goliibu Irene Ryan Dies Irene Ryan, 70, nrh^ portrayal of "Granny Clampett" helped make the "Beverly Hillbillies" one of the most successful television aeries ever, died Thursday at St. John's Ifos- Idtal. Miss Ryan had just won a Tony Award for her por- trasfd of K regular but lusty medieval grandmother in "P^ln*'-4er Broadway debut—when she suffered a stroke dating a Saturday matinee March 10. She was flown her« on her doctor's orders that night, and had been hospitalized ever rince. UNIFAX Everyone Trying to Avoid By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPD White House employes these days are understandtfUy tn avoid to they ous imtM'ession known something ahoQt Watersate ease. fitrhig any miglit have ths This Is true not only of the top presidential aides you've been reading about; minions, subalterns and minor sta" functionaries also are to disassociate taking them- 1 New pains selves from the bugging con spiracy. I had occasion the other day to call a minor staff functionary about anotiier matter and more or less in passing I said, "What do yottN hear about Watergate?" "Waterwfaat?" he replied. "Watergate." Wrong Connection Maybe? "The switchboard must have connected you with the wrong minor statt functionary. I don't htv» MlthlOf to do ivith water rates/' "Not rttt. Oite. As in tocking the giie i(l«r the e# has been stolen." "You must be calling about the increase in cattle rustling that has taken olaee sinc« meat began booming. I ou contact the an something I sug- Agriculture D^tment about that." "No, no. I'm referring to the attempt to bug the Democratic National Committee headquarters." "You should caU mlnator for that." "Not that kind of Electronic surveillance. conq>iracy to plant listening devices in tiie committee's suite at the Watergate." *'Kow do you spell it?" "W-a-t^-r-g-a-t-e." "Isn't that some kind of dental appliance tiiat spurts a stream of water in between your teeth?" exter- like bug. The "That's a Water Pic. flie Watergate is a hoteUapartment- office building complex." "If you have a question about rent controls, you should call the Cost of Living Council," the minor staff functionary said. By that time I was getting rather exasperated, so I said, "This is beginning to sound like an old Abbott and Costello routine." "My Ood," the minor staff functionary gasped, "are they mixed up in this too? Regardless of what might have leaked from the ^and Jury or the Ervin committee, I categorically deny having discussed the matter with either Abbott Costello. As far as 1 am concerned, tiiey were acting strictly on their own initiative." The Watergate case, as some pundits are saying, may go to the very heart of tiie American political system, sort of stuff vaudeville. But it's that killed By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Helen Hayes and Dan Dailey are among the performers who will star in new, regularly scheduled series that have been added to the NBC-TV program lineup that arrives in the fall. Three new series announced by tile network will rotate as segments of its weekly nighttime with a hold- along wim a over from this season, "Bana- cek," which stars George Peppard as a private investigator. "Banacek" was alternated in the season now ending with two other series, "Madigan" and "Cool Million," but neither of these will return. The three upcoming entries that will alternate with "Banacek" are: "The Snoop Sisters." In this show, Miss Hayes and Mildred Nat wick portray "quaint sisters who write murder mysteries for and profit and become with Dailey as "an American private detective who escapes from a small, isolated South Amertean jungle prison where he has been held without trial for 25 and who has fun involved in solving real-life murders and mysteries in thehr spare time." "Faraday and Company," Steak Seofood Sat. Night Served in Lounge 6-9 P.M. years," ''one burning motive—revenge against the murderer of his former partner. ''Not only must Faraday face a grown son he didn't even know existed, but he also must adjust to the life style of a brand new civilization, complete with the technological advances of the last quarter Galesburg American Legion Featuring JOHN SAT., APRIL 9 P.M. To 1 A.M. PUBUC INVITED HUDDLE Presents The .1 ^ " Sundoy Buffet Dinner Serving 11:30 a.m. • 2 p.m. Adults $1.50-Under 12-$1 HIDEOUT LOUNGE George Petty And The Southernoires Playing FRIDAY and SATURDAY century and the other hallmarks of progress." Tenafly." Winding up the "Wednesday Mystery Movie" paclcage is this series in which a real comer, a highly engaging actor named James McEachin, portrays a black private eye (Harry Tenafly) whose on-the- job exploits are counterpolnted by his personal life as a middle-class family m glamorous 4 typical NBC-TV ahready has another series of four rotating pro- gr^ns, the "Sunday Mystery Movie," which consists of; "Columbo," starring Peter : as a police detective. "McMiUan & Wife," with : Hudson and Susan Saint James as a police commissioner and his spouse. •Hec Ramsey," with Richard Boone as a turn-of-the- century former gunfighter who becomes a crimefighter, using the latest scientific devices. •McQoud," in which Dennis Weaver plays a modem-day lawman from the Southwest who works with the New York City Police Department. Out of this format of alternating series, "Columbo*' has emerged television's as biggest of and one hits, Falk as one of its top stars. Concerning the newly announced series, the feeling around Hollywood has been that "Tenafly" may have a pretty good shot at popularity. Let's put it another way: NBC-TV's press release about its three new series mentions McEachin's name first, and Miss Hayes second. "Tenafly," by the way, was created by the same fellows who created "Columbo." Now Playing Thru Sat. WALT DISNEYS Registration Set WATAGA - A mother's coffee and registration for children who will start kindergarten next fall at Wataga Grade School will be held in the school gymnasium May 1 at 9:30 a.m. Children and their mothers are invited to attend, a school spokesman said. Sword The Stone On« Show Each Night At 7:30 ChUdren lOc — Adults SI .00 m EDELSTEIN SAT., APRIL 28 BAND MASTERS SUN., APRIL 29 ipagne Dance DON GLASSER featnring LOIS COSTELLO HRS.: 5 to 9:30 $5.50 PER PERSON * -1 w # Mitt - * - # • q 4 w_ 4 H Tuesdoy Thru Fridoy MOKGAN SUN., MAY ^nk of the ptrfoct crime ^Ihen go one step further. APPEARING SATURDAY, APRIL 28 The Melody Makers SPE^ IN OUR SIRLOIN ROOM A R«0. IS .90 filid hit MAY LAURENCE OLIVIER MICHAEL CAINE TWENTIEIH CENTUm'-fCK CINEMA & II NEXT TO ARLANS N. HENDERSON ST GALESBURG HELD OVER 7:30 & 9:15 SUN. 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