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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

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*6 Golesburp Register-MaiI, Golesbufg, Friday, May 4,. 1973 Jolmnii Strauss Series—Fun for Middlebrows? ByWCKDUBROW ,H0II»YW001> - "The ..Strauss Family," a seven-part 'toofraphicat Mries about the \lennese father and son who •composed so many famous waltzes, arrives on ABC-TV c&aturday night, and the debut Ms enjoyable middlebrow enter­ tainment. That's not a putdown, Tetevithm In Review A British production (yet another on an American network while U.S. video workers struggle for employment), the series incorporates the music of Johann, the father, and Johann, The HUDDLE INN Presents The FRANK APPEARING FRIDAY, MAY 4 The Melody Makers COMING SOON TROOPERS DANCE STARRING NASHVILLE STAR * Christy Lane Show * And Her 12 Piece Bond "MISTY MEN" Wo are calling new for Ads in our Program Year* book and Ticket? for the Dance. Your, Support and Thoughtfuiness is very much Appreciated.... SPONSORED BY: TROOPERS LODGE No. 41 Phone 342-0211 PRAIRIE PLAYERS PRESENTS "DIARY OF ANNE FRANK" May 4-5-6 - May 11-12-13 656 W. LOSEY ST. CURTAIN — 8 P.M. Tickets On Sale At Dom's, Top Drawer, Wilktns Gun Shop, Lindstrom's & O.T. Johnson. EAGLES CLUB 74 N. CHAMBERS ST. Benefit Donee MAX BAER HEART FUND SUNDAY, MAY 6 6-10 P.M. HI MORGAN'S $2.00 Per Person DO YOUR PART TO SAVE A HEART "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" MUSIC BY 7 PIECE BAND JACK MORGAN The Russ Morgan Orchestra HUB B = SUNDAY, MAY 13 Hours 5 to 9:30, Champagne & Hors d'oeuvres at 7 "A GREAT MOTHERS DAY TREAT" Coll 249-2401 the son, in its florid telling of the colorful story of the waltz klngs-with the debut building to the rivalry of the two. A Sigi of the Times It is a sign of the television times that this piece of Vien nese pastry, gooey at its heart and enough of a cream puff to attract children and little old ladies, starts with a young couple in bed, making love. But what the heck, you can see a young guy naked from the waist up in a deodorant commercial too Well, no matter, except to note that "The Strauss Family" gives no quarter to "Peyton Place," and uses some racy language to boot. Waltz, anyone? Now, getting back to that young man in bed. Who is he? Well, I'm glad you asked. He is Johann, the father, but before he became a father. Well, to be more precise, at this point he is a very young man, but his amorous endeavors result in him soon becoming an incipient father, with the young lady in question the incipient mother As it turns out, the incipient child is to be Johann, the son But before he arrives, Johann, the elder, does "the right thing" and marries the girl Thus ended their romance. He's Thersagjaly Disagreeable There have been many attractive and charming womanizers portrayed on the stage and in movies and television, but, in Saturday's debut, Johann, the father, is thoroughly disagreeable (as well played by Eric Woofe). It is, not ^ his womanizing that makes us want to throw apple strudel at him, but the fact that, even when he strikes it rich as a amous musical personality, he makes no attempt to relieve the financial struggle of his large family (wife and a half doten or so kids) while setting up himself and his mistress in snazzy surroundings. He is, in short, in this portrayal, no gentleman. He shows little inclination to love anyone but himself. This won't get you arrested, but he also doublecrosses the friends that helped him in his career. Well, anyway, there is one good performance — Mama Strauss—by Anne Stallybrass, and, as the grownup son Johann, whom she helps in his musical career—until he is ready to bloom as his father's rival—there is a fine portrayal by Stuart Wilson. On the whole, if one were to rate the debut on a scale of achievement, I think it would qualify as a three cheesecake production. Your Horoscope Allen Funt Elvis Presley Funt Man Confesses Theft; Elvis Ranch Sale Made NEW YORK (UPI) - An accountant for Allen Funt, producer of the long running elevision show, "Candid Camera," pleaded guilty in Manhattan Superior Court Thursday to the theft of more than $1 million from Funt. About People Seymour Goldes, 42, of Woodmere, N.Y. pleaded guilty to two counts of grand larceny in a Manhattan court. Sentenc ing was set for Sept. 10. Goldes admitted to taking $1,285,838 from Funt's bank accounts ELVIS SELLS RANCH MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) Elvis Presley has sold a 162- acre ranch in nearby DeSoto County, Miss., that he once used regularly for entertaining guests. Presley, who also maintains mansions here and in Beverly Hills, Calif., bought the property in 1966 for a reported $535,000. He frequently used the ranch on weekends for horseback riding and at one time had a number of mobile homes there for his guests. The Boyle firm said it planned to build a shopping York after graduating from airborne training school at Ft. Benning, Ga. He qualified for the wings by making five required jumps, including the 1,250-foot parachute fall from an airplane. Cox will go to work next week as a new member of the Wall Street law firm of Cravach, Swaine and Moore. DUCK INN 2200 GRAND AVE. Plat do' Jour (Plate of the day) Coq Au Yin (chicken In red wine and brandy), fislsd 3 Vegetables and Deisert $3.50 SERVING t Jo I P.M. center, townhouses and private £e will be a member of the dwellings. I us - Reserves at Tappan, 'N.Y. THE COXES MOVE WASHINGTON (UPI) Tricia and Edward Cox, daughter and son-in-law of President Nixon, moved into their New York apartment Friday after Cox won his wings as a paratrooper. BRANDT BACK HOME BONN (UPI) - Chancellor Willy Brandt returned Thursday from a four-day visit to Washington, including two days of talks with President Nixon, and an aide confirmed an Atlantic summit conference Cox joined his wife in New'was planned for the fall. Eagles Club Sunday Buffet Dinner Serving 11:30 a.m. • 2 p.m. Adults $1.50- Under 12-$1 NOW SHOWING! 7:30 & 9:45 SUNDAY MAT. 1:30 "Might just turn out to be this year's sleeper and emulate the runaway success of 'BILLY JACK.'" —Kevin Thomas. L.A. Timet By FRANCES DRAKE Look In the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook Is, according to the stars. FOR SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1173 March tl to April M (Arles)Branch out to some extent. Realise your limitations, how* ever, so that you won 't overreach your mark. Some complexities possible, otherwise. April 21 to May tl (Taurus) Trouble - free performance should be yours this day. Direct your efforts astutely to encompass all essentials. Pet projects should go over with a bang. May W to June 21 (Gemini)— If you don't look too longingly at the other side of the fence, you will find time to enioy what's on YOUR side—and it 's plenty! Jane 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— You could'hurt your cause by being too nasty, too ready to form opinions drawn from insufficient data. Explore a new avenue for surer procedures. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) You should have fairly clear sailing now — especially in carefully organized ventures. Direct your Innate aggressiveness toward worthwhile accomplishment. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)A good period for completing unfinished business, starting unusual projects and advancing new ideas. If opposed in the latter at first, try a different strategy. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) Think "big" and aim for top achievement. This is no day for pessimism. Concentrate on essentials, and don't overlook even the smallest of opportunities. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)Opposition from unexpected sources should not disrupt routine or plans previously made Accept all challenges with your innate sturdiness and affability Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittar ius) — Be careful not to provoke others in business or social gatherings. You may detect flaws in the reasoning of some, but speak sparingly — and only where it will HELP. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —Stand pat on decisions which have been carefully made. Resist temptations to "forget" promises, make spur-of-the-moment changes. Some good news in the offing. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — Your active mind needs expression now. Direct it with forethought, discernment. Review investments, future plans. Changes may be required. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — Aspects fairly generous. Past good work should bring rewards now. In making plans, have alternatives ready. Vasectomy Won't Harm Sex Drive Dr. Lamb By LAWRENCE LAMB, M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb — I enjoy your column in my newspaper — keep up the good work. I would like some informa tion concerning the operation "vasectomy." My wife and have been married for more than 20 years and have five grown children — so you can see if we don't always take the needed precautions there is the possibility of unwanted children. There seem to be. two differ ent opinions — one says that sex drive is considerably de creased and the other says it isn't so, As there is no sperm pres ent at climax, does it not re duce the feeling of pleasure? I have always been under the impression it was the sperm that caused this feeling. We have been advised by my doc lor to have this operation, as he doesn't care to put my wife on the "pill." Have you had any experience along this line and what are your feelings on this? How long after the operation does it take to be free of all sperm? Would you advise this at my age? I'm in my middle 50s and my wife is about eight years younger. Dear Reader — There is no evidence that vasectomy decreases the man's sensations or responses. The changes of this nature after the operation are usually of psychological origin and frequently because the individual doesn't understand the operation. The sperm cells constitute a very minute portion of the or gasm, probably you can put all of the sperm cells in an area not much bigger than the head of a pin. Most of the material comes from the secretions of the prostate gland and the sfem inal vesicles. You may be inter ested to know that a number of years ago a type of vasectomy was advised to restore older men's sexual drive. It was finally concluded that it did not have any effect. There have been a few scary reports recently on the vasectomy, most of which are exaggerations in the public press of a theory advanced on early research work on animals. Since then a number of authorities have come forth and pointed out, in a truth squad action, thalt there is no evidence that having a vasectomy without complications causes serious diseases or other problems. : Both Must Decide You and your wife will have to decide whether you should have a vasectomy or not.Ttlm not sure why she can't take the pill. Some doctors use the pill to support a woman through menopause and thereafter to prevent post-menopausal changes. After all, they have the same effects as the normal female hormone. Your wife should not be too far off the time she would expect to undergo these changes. An alternative to the vasectomy is the intrauterine device (1UD). These have been highly successful and can be removed at any time. A man has to be tested over a period of time after a vasectomy to find out if he is still releasing sperm or not. It usually requires several specimens free of sperm before a doctor will feel secure that the man is no longer capable of producing sperm cells or indue? ing pregnancy. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) CINERAMA RELEASING P-.MOI. WALKING TALL Slarring JOE DON BAKER ELIZABETH HARTMAN ROSEMARY MURPHY CINE 0, Ik FROM CINERAMA 'HIIIASINO In Color ow^erCINEMA I & II NEXT TO ARLANS N. HENDERSON ST. GALESBURG ^SSSS> Now Playing thru Sat. CHAW'S LAND CHARLES BRONSON On* Show Each Mloht At 7.M Children 10c Adultt S1.00 FOR YOUR DINING & DANCING PLEASURE Appearing For The last Weekend ENTERTAINMENT BY DOMINANT V AT THE Sheraton Motor Inn "THE INN PLACE" 1-74 At E. Main 343-7151 - HELD OVER They've come a long way since that summerof Class TCTC Cilibr«Ung WlfMflfM. WthAn/ilWMry A Viltrntr CommunJc*U«M Company 7:00 & 8:45 SUN. MAT. 1:45 A Spanish Speaking Movie In Beautiful Color Will Bo Shown Sunday, May 6 at 2 Times 1 pm & 3 pm The Movie Is Sponsored By the LULAC Scholarship Fund. Me Conse De Rogarle Starring . . . i Lueha Villa Manuol Lopez Ochoa ' Joio Alfredo Jimenez Optn 7:15 • Shows 7:30-8:55 Now Showing! THE MI-OUT SEX COMEDY RIOT! The hysterically funny storyof awid and wacky Mafia lane the FAX, 40 beautiMdrls.andhow Seymour became the world's ereatest tower. w COLOR (R) No One Under 17 NOW FAMILY FUN »OXOFFICE OPENS M*^M nv ft • rArm i run. FEATURES AT 7 AND 1*0 P,M. Itaofe company... Three's a MOT! ...with 2*0 lb*, of (OVMbeitfoubfc Eastma AS m for the who,e fami, y' fi,med entire, y jn the Swiss Alps. MARSHALL THOMPSON JACK MULLANEY INGE SCHONER and "GEORGE"/* WA*»/,V Wu-wnWAtUCECBOWETTii A nouno* HUPOOC WOOUCTION . A to. niu. OAVIO BOTH nucNtAiioN • A CAPITAL FMOUCTIONS HUUM Sar.-Sun. Times — 1:15-2:45-4:20 5:55 - 7:25 - 8:55 PM

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