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%6 Golftsburg R^istftf'MQiL Gbltilairg, 111. Monday, May 14, 1973 Franco Zeffirelli Ho By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) There is that tendency, these days, to smile pityingly when you say "ttollywooa." Oh, sure, it used to be a great place, but them days are gone forever. Hollywood? It's a has-been, folks, a relic with smog. The Lively Arte Just ask Pauline Kael, and her sister of the skillet. If a movie is made in Hollywood, they automatically hate it. Hollywood is a bad word, like "love" or "home" or "family." It was, therefore, a plea­ sant surprise to talk to Franco Zeffirelli, the great Italian director, and discover, that he's a Hollywood fah. He wit making his first extended visit here and his assessment of Hollywood was enough to re-create a feeling of pride in the old hometown. "HOLLYWOOD still means something around the world," said Zeffirelli, a charming, handsome, fair-haired Italian with a fine command of English. The man who made "Romeo and Juliet" was here for the opening of his new film. "Brother Sun Sister Moon." "I think." he said, ."that the best contemporary cinema is being done right here in Hollywood, or at least in America. It started with 'Easy Rider* and 'They Shoot Horses' and 'French Connection,' and that lovely film, 'Sounder.' "Hollywood has found its own style again. In the '60s, you had an invasion of foreign things. Now you are going back to your roots, building a new dignity after a period of critical decay. Hollywood was bearing the cross for the rest of the world but now you have more confidence in yourself." ZEFFIRELLI reports that he's found things in Hollywood SO much to his liking that he "IT tan Paul McCartney Isabel Martinez de Peron Beatles Won't Try To Make Comeback The j Juan D. Peron, was guest of LONDON (UPI) Beatles will not reunite, former honor at a party given by group member Paul McCartney ^ ne ^/ rewmier ^ Cho i lf . En : 1 ^ m ., „ , • . Peking Sunday, the official New said Sunday. There is not Newg Agency (NCNA) said Monday. The co-host was Keng Piao, head of the international liason department of the central committee of the Chinese Sunday going to be a reunion," he said About People at the opening of his first British tour with his new group Wings. "We might do things for each other, or with each other, will be no come- i r but there J £back/' j? TOKYO * i Martinez * ^ farmer * n (UPI) de Peron, Argentine . Isabel wife : of Communist party. TOLEDO, Ohio-TUPI) - Rep. Thomas L. Ashley, D-Ohio, was released from the city workhouse Sunday after serving 39 his car while intoxicated and resisting-arrest, Ashley, 50, a congressman for 19 years, was arrested when a policeman found him slumped over the wheel of his car. He began swinging at the officer when the patrolman opened the car's door. "I'm a citizen who made a mistake and I'm a citizen who is going to be treated like any other citizen who made a mistake," Ashley said before going to jail. "We have one system of justice in this hours of a three-day sentence! CO untry—treat everyone equal- Presidentjfor having physical control of ly .» WASHINGTON (UPI) - U.S. Ambassador 'to Saigon Ellsworth. Bunker said Sunday South Vietnam eventually "will be one of ti» richest" nations, in Southeast Asia. "If the war continues, that day will be delayed," he said in an interview with U.S. News and World Report. "If peace comes, it will come quickly. I mean, in. eight or 10 years, South Vietnam will be booming. It will be like South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand." . Every Tuesday Night Is LADIES NIGHT Ladies Cocktails 1^ PfJCC from 8 P.M. on Dance To The Sounds of Ron Carroll Sheraton Motor ton ^ WGIL-FM COUNTRY SURVEY TW TUl. Aillit 'Country Jim' Wyman 10 li is 4 17 11 26 7 li 22 23 21 29 2S 21 M 24 21 S3 37 22 36 35 IS 38 40 39 12 13 14 IS 16 17 It 19 20 21 22 23 24 2S 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 SEND ME NO HOSES CHEATING GAME WHAT'S YOUR MAMA'S NAME CHILDREN SATIN SHEETS IF I NEEDED YOU —Doc * Marl. Walton YELLOW RIBBON MOM CAN I BRING HOME A FRIEND —Linda Cauadr * Urol Albart RIDE ME DOWN EASY —Bobby Bar. KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS —Tammy Wynelle YOU'VE GOT ME (RIGHT WHERE YOU WANT ME) —Connie Smith COME EARLY MORNING —Don Williami YOU ALWAYS COME BACK TO HURTING ME —Johnny Rodriguez SUPERMAN —Donna Fargo RAVISHING RUBY —Tom T. Hall DON'T IT FEEL GOOD/ IF YOU THINK YOU'RE HIS WOMAN—BlU Reeves —Tommy Overslreet —Susan Rayo —Tanya Tucker —Johnny Cash —Jeanne Pruiit BobbyRiggs Jumps Into TV Spotlight on Weekend By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - I used to think that all the great sports hustlers hung out somewhere around Broadway or in musty . poolrooms around the country. But Sunday's nationally televised $10,000 winner-take- Television In Review all tennis match between 55- year-old ex-champ Bobby Riggs and Margaret Court, 30, the world's top female player—on Mother's Day, yet—added a READ THE WANT ADS! and, what with his flair for Mrs. Court with some flowers promotion, almost singlehand- during the introductions, edly turned the Southern California event into a man-i versus-woman "showdown hopes to make a film here shortly. "I'd love to Wofk here," he says, and you can tell he means It* "The people are so helpful. I've been asked to do something and, as soon as I have a gap between my commitments, I am coming." What that something will be, he isn't sure.. Bobby Fryer wants him to make "St. Joan," but he isn't sure he likes that idea. Another possibility is "Much Ado About Nothing,"" the Shakespeare comedy, and Zeffirelli would like to do that—hold on to your wigs—with Carol Burnett. "I ADORE CAROL," he says. "She'd be a perfect Beatrice. I saw her five years ago and I said then that this is a complete star, a lovely actress. People said I was mad, that she was just a comedienne. Nonsense. She's a full actress and 'Pete 'n' Tillie' proved it. She's human, ! When Video's "CBS Sports Spectacular" series grabbed the event, showed it live Sunday, and the good-natured production—even aside from whether one was rooting for Mrs. Court or Riggs—was an altogether delightful television happening. Just What Tennis Needed the match began, it quickly became clear that Riggs had more weapons than one-upmanship. He played beautiful tennis. In effect, the match was over in a matter of minutes. Riggs almost immediately had Mrs. Court playing his type of game, although she is normally a power player. She seemed demoralized, and some viewers will maintain that it was not last few away. weeks, who put her WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL FAMILY NIGHT To this viewer, the easy new dimension to the lore of victory of Riggs gives televised j on ] y Rig gs , the tennis player, one-upmanship in athletics. jtennis just what it sorely needs| Dut Ri ggS) the psych artist, —someone with real Color and j through his interviews of the audience appeal to attract non- fans (even if the women tune in to root against him). For, at this particular moment, Riggs is a 55-year-old sports star. There are better, younger, stronger male players than he, 1 In one of the most charming and hilarious stunts in sports history, Riggs got Mrs. Court to accept the challenge match, RIB-EYE $ 1.49 Plus Tax French Fries or Baked, Tossed Salad Kitchen Open 5 P.M. KNOTTY PINE TAP WATAGA, ILL. — 375-9918 EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY! Ours b every Tuesday... when "Coney" That's right. Our original and amous Coney Dog is only 15c every Tuesday. t's a wiener, golden bun, chili, and chopped onion Coney Dog combination. What-a way to put on the Dog! Over 2,300 DIRTY OLD MAN —George HamiUon IV WHAT MY WOMAN CANT DO —George Jones THIS AIN'T NO GOOD DAY FOR LEAVING —Kenny Serrait GIVE A LITTLE TAKE A LITTLE —Barbara Mandrell AIN'T IT AMAZIN', GRACIE —Buck Owens BABY'S GONE —Conway TwUJy DON'T FIGHT THE FEELINGS OF LOVE —Charley Pride KEEP OUT OF MY DREAMS —Doraey Burnett* THE LONESOMEST LONESOME —Pat Daisy LOVE IS THE FOUNDATION —LoreUa Lynn LET'S BUILD A WORLD TOGETHER 7 —George Jones It Tammy Wynette SWEET COUNTRY WOMAN —Johnny Dancan THANK YOU FOR BEING YOU —Mel TUU» THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT IN GA. Vickie Lawereace THE SONG NOBODY SINGS/THE SOUND OF GOODBYE —Jerry Wlilacs TRAVELING MAN —Dolly Parton CHARLIE — Tompall & The Glaser Brothers WHAT ABOUT ME —Anne Murray Reach Out Your Hand and Touch Mo —Sonny James NORTH TO CHICAGO —Hank Snow DON'T —Sandy Posey I MISS YOU MOST WHEW YOU'RE HERE —Sammi Smith —Bobby G. Rice —Waylon Jennings YOU GIVE ME YOU WE HAD IT ALL 1 FAMILY DAYS « EVERY TUESDAY SIRLOIN wr. Bring Someone You Love Bring Everyone Yoc Love 1.39 PICK HITS OF THE WEEK FROM THE COUNTRY GIANT TRIP TO HEAVEN —Freddie Hart FEATURED ALBUMS OF THE WEEK FROM THE COUNTRY GIANT YOU LAY SO EASY ON MY MIND —Bobby G. Rice DAISY A DAY —Jud Struck juicy, tender, rib eye steak or sizzling hot chopped steak, with delicious baked potato, crispy green salad, and buttery texas toast. Bonanza Sirloin Pit TO THE America WAKE UP Sound of JAMES SACKEY 6-7 jbut he has promoted himself jinto video stardom. Because of jthis single match, he has put 'some razzmatazz into tennis on the home screen. All that tennis has to figure out is how to keep him in front of the cameras. On the other hand, it is likely that, after Sunday's match, women's tennis, at the moment, is, to many televiewers about as intriguing as a junior varsity basketball game. ft is mystifying to me how Mrs. Court allowed herself to be corralled into such a match, with so much to lose and so little to gain. Played Right on the Nose But CBS-TV certainly played its production right on the nose. It began with a montage of Riggs and Mrs. Court in individual tennis action and a musical theme of Barbra Streisand singing "I Am; Woman, You Are Man." j There were interviews with! sports and show business celebrities in attendance about who they thought would win. And Riggs began his on-camera one-upmanship by presenting YES! Our Kitchen It Open Monday Nights SPECIAL Rib-Eye $1.49 Knotty Pine Tap WATAGA, ILL. Drive-in restaurants LINCOLN ST. A&W 1135 LINCOLN ST. 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I did an opera for the Met in New York and that gave me my confidence back. ' "I HAD THOUGHT of this movie for a long time before my accident.' But it meant more afterwards—it was, I felt, something valuable and (Continued on Page 15) ONLY3 NIGNTS im TO SEE Wdll Disney's World's Greatest On* •h^ t eieb 1|»fk| at ?li0 7:30 St t:4S THE POWERFUL AND TRUE STORY OP SHERIFF PUFORO PUSSER WHO COULDN'T BE BOUGHT... COULDN'T BE KILLED.. . WALKING TALL In Color [8 Now Showing 7:00 ft 8:45 Class —hlil^BLV—j Open 7:15 - Shows 7:30-9:05 Now thru Wed! of BoQsi A TRUE STORY WorbyTECWIICOUH •FimedinTECHNtSCOPE Open 6:15 • Shows 6:30-8-9:30 Hurry . Ends Wed.! Adults Only. ID'S A Must OProvisiON StC«IS Of PRISON in 3 H DIMENSION Open 7:45 - Shows at Dusk NOW THRU WED.! Panavision* Technicolor* PLUS J<*n Wayne isTcfl Boone tW^tchrgob+IBfle*

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