Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 29, 1973 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 29, 1973
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%.-_ GofesbMf^ Registef-Moil, falesburg t .III. Tuesday, May 29, T973 eTwiggy's Up on Knitting, Just in Case By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) -Twiggy is branching out. Maybe you've forgotten about Twiggy. She made a big :: movie splash a couple ot Tie Lively Arts years ago with "The Boy "Friend," but that one didn't rfto too well despite all the advance hoopla. So, for a couple of years, she's been inactive. IS COMING SOON! Now she's here to make her first made - in - America film and it's also her first dramatic role on the screen. It's time to catch up on what's been going on with Twigs, as her pals call her. To begin with, she's still with her long-time friend, mentor, partner and discoverer, Justin de Vifleneuve. That relationship has lasted longer than most marriages and they still seem like young lovers. After "The Boy Friend," they spent a year preparing a film called "Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance," which was go- Moose Lodge STAG Wad., May 30 6:30 2*° Members A Guests Rift EYE STEAK WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL FAMILY NIGHT RIB-EYE 1.49 Plus Tax French Fries or Baked, Tossed Salad Kitchen Open 5 P.M. KNOTTY PINE TAP WATAGA, ILL. — 375-9918 WEEKDAY SPECIALS TUESDAY Veal Parmesian BUY I Dinner GET I FREE Veal - Spaghetti ~ Salad - Garlic Bread WEDNESDAY Spaghetti 99c MEAT SAUCE - SALAD - GARLIC BREAD NO CARRYOUTS ANGELO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT 1 Hours 11 A.M. - 1 A.M. "Place To Go For Family Fun" ^824 N. Henderson Sr. Ph. 343-02l ^j WGIL-FM COUNTRY SURVEY TW T»l» Arttat 1—RIDE ME DOWN EASY —Bobby B»»« 2 COME EARLY MORNING —Don Williams 3 KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS —Tammy Wyntlta 4 IF I NEEDED YOU —Doc and MarU Watson 5 YELLOW RIBBON —Johnny Carver RAVISHING RUBY —Tom T. Hall DIRTY OLD MAN —Gcorg* Hamilton IV CHEATING GAME —Suian Raye DON'T FIGHT THE FEELINGS OF LOVE —Charley Pride SEND ME NO ROSES —Tommy Overitreet CHILDREN —Johnny Caab MON, CAN I BRING HOME A FRIEND —Linda Caetady & Urel Albert LOVE IS THE FOUNDATION — Loreija Lynn YOU ALWAYS COME BACK TO HURTING ME —Johnny Rodriguez DON'T IT FEEL GOOD —Bill Reevei GIVE A LITTLE TAKE A LITTLE —Barbara Mandrel! THANK YOU FOR BEING YOU —Mel Tillia AIN'T IT AMAZING GRACIE —Buck Owena THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT IN GEORGIA —Vickie Lawrence TRAVEL IN' MAN —Dolly Parton THE LONESOMEST LONESOME —Pat DaUy KEEP OUT OF MY DREAMS —Doney Burnett* DON'T —Sandy Poiey CHARLIE —Tompall & The Glatera YOU GIVE ME YOU —Bobby G. Rice WE HAD IT ALL — Waylon Jennings YOU AND ME —The Kendalls WHAT ABOUT ME —Anne Murray TRIP TO HEAVEN —Freddie Hart YOU'VE GOT ME (RIGHT WHERE YOU WANT ME) —Connie Smith SOUND OF GOODBYE/SONG NOBODY SINGS —Jerry Wallace MR. TING-A-LING (STEEL GUITAR MAN) —George Morgan THE COUNTRY YODEL —Red Boughton I MISS YOU MOST WHEN YOU'RE HERE —Sammi Smith SATIN SHEETS Jeanne Pruett BRING IT HOME TO YOUR WOMAN —Joe Stampley TOP OF THE WORLD —Lynn Anderson MR. LOVEMAKER —Johnny Paycheck EASILY PERSUADED —Kitty Wells A GOOD LOVE IS LIKE A GOOD SONG —Bob Luman 6 10 11 1Z 'Country Jim' Wyman 17 7 10 16 20 IS 21 26 2$ 23 27 II IX S4 S3 21 J7 IS 13 14 15 16 17 18 II 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 27 2t 29 30 30 31 38 39 33 18 36 40 32 33 34 35 36 37 31 38 40 PICK HITS OF THE WEEK FROM THE COUNTRY GIANT SLIPPIN' AWAY -Jean Shepard LOUISIANA WOMAN. MISSISSIPPI MAN —Conway and Loretta FEATURED ALBUMS OF THE WEEK FROM WGIL FM STEREO 95 THE CHEATING GAME —Susan Raye BARROOMS AND POP-A-TOFS -Jim Edd Brown JOHN NERMANN and the AIL-REQUEST SHOW 10:30 - MIDNIGHT ing to be a big and lavish musical. "But we never could raise the money for it," Twiggy says. "I expect that was because 'The Boy Friend' didn't do as welt as expected." The time wasn't wasted. Twiggy took a lot of dancing lessons and she thinks she's a much better dancer now than she was when she made "The Boy Friend." She also did a lot of knitting — she uses a knitting machine — and the results were so good a big manufacturer wants to put out a line of Twiggy knits. "If it happens," Justin says, "it will be a bigger deal than any movie." When they realized that "Gotta Sing" wasn't gonna happen, they began reading some of the scripts sent to her. They finally found one they liked and that's why she's here It's called "W" and it's being produced by Mel Ferrer and directed by Richard Quine. "They call it a psychological mystery," Twiggy says, "but I call it a scary thriller." Will she have to practice up on her screaming? Wednesday Special RIB EYE OR FRIED CHICKEN 95c Choice of Baked or FF Salad. Roll & Butter Blue Angel Kitchen Open 5 Till 11 "That's one thing she doesn't have to practice," Justin says. "She screams very well as it is." After this is done, it's back to England and a picture of their own, based on Sir James M. B a r r i e' s ghost story, "Mary Jane." And Twiggy, while she's here, will cut her first record. Graham Nash of (Crosby, Stills, etc.) has written a song for her. "I'll cut it," Twiggy says, "and then see how it sounds before I'll let them release it." The two of them are full of plans. About the only item they are not planning on is a child. "No, no children yet," Twiggy says. "Some day, but not yet. Anyhow, Justin has a daughter, 13, by his first wife and we're very close." Justin's ex-wife, Pamela, and their daughter, Melanie, are still good friends. Twigs and Justin like California and they plan to spend three months each year here, to begin with. It'll be nice for them, and nice for us, too, because they're good people. Wed. & Thur. SPECIAL TACOS or ENCHILADAS 5 for <1.50 FREE DELIVERY With $5 Order or Mora 5 PM - 1 AM JOHN'S TACO HIDEOUT Phone 343-5610 3003 Winegord Dr. Burlington, la., 52601 PZAZZ! HARRY JAMES AND HIS SWINGIN' BAND MONDAY, JUNE 4, FROM 8 to 12 P.M. Few musicians have ever played a trumpet like Harry James. Certainly one of the all-time "greats", James has a style music-lovers . . . and dancers don't forget. Just $6.50 Per Person; Call or Write Pzazz: 319-753-2291 for Tickets Before The Dance " Enjoy Dinner In The Starlight Room.' RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED. i - Every Tuesdoy Night Is LADIES NIGHT Ladies Cocktails 1/^ Pfjgg [ from 8 P.M. on Dance To The Sounds of Ron Carroll Sheraton Motor Inn FAMILY DAYS T y.r::y-f^^:'i«.]i\i^ EVERY TUESDAY Bring Someone You Love Bring Everyone You' Love * 1.39 YOU GET juicy, tender, rib eye steak or sizzling hot chopped steak, with delicious baked potato, crispy green salad, and buttery texas toast. OPIN 11 AM to 9 PM Bonanza Sirloin Pit N. HENDERSON _JtQ TIPPING Twiggy and Friend MUSEUM OPEN Fourth big season. Hundreds of fascinating exhibits in seven buildings. Collections galore. All beautifully presented. Dozens of antique carriages. Winter Wonderland of sleighs, bobsleds, child's sleds. Turn-of- century rooms, all authentically furnished. Old Curiosity Shop. TIME I WAS VILLAGE MUSEUM 31 beautiful antique cars, miniature circus, midwest's largest ex' hibit of old toys and dolls. China, glassware, clocks, firearms, music boxes, farm tools. Many, many more. Operating popcorn wagon. US-SI 4 mi. south of Mendota, III. e mi. north of 1-80 Every day, 9 to 6. Closes Oet. 31 Adm. ?1.50. Youths 79*. EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY! Ours is every Tuesday... when "Coney" goes ^SNC That's right. Our original and famous Coney Dog is only 15c every Tuesday. It's a wiener, golden bun, chili, and chopped onion Coney Dog combination. What a way to put on the Dog! Over 2,296 Drive-in restaurants LINCOLN ST. A&W 1135 LINCOLN ST. . keeping very active Blue Ribbon NIGHT 2- ONE Wed., May 30 AT BESERRA'S TACO HOUSE ACADEMY * MAIN STREETS 8 • 10 PM Special; Sm. Combination — INCLUDES— 1 Taeo, I Tostada It 1 Enchilada FOR $]00 Now, Playing Thru Weds. The Hospital GEORGE SCOTT DIANA RIGG On* Show Each Night at 7:30 Children S0c — Adults $1.00 ^NOW SHOWING 7:00 * i« ^ THE POWERFUL AND TRUE STORY OP SHERIFF BUFOROPUSSER WHO COULDN'T BESOUGHT... COULDN'T BE KILLED WALKING c^ov, CINEMA I & II NEXT TO AHLANS N HENDERSON ST GALESBURG »1HW> 7:30 PLUS LEARN THE SECRETOFTHE W ISJ From Warner Braa.| * Wirrw Communication* Comyny " 9:20 'Waltons,' 'America* Are Tops In Critics' Consensus Bids By RICK Du BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Two series, CBS-TV's "The Waltons" end NBC-TV's "America," are the top vote-getters in the annual Critics' Consensus awards for "exceptional contributions to television." Television In Review "The Waltons" concerns a large and affectionate American mountain family in the 1930s Depression. "America" was a personal tour of United States history by Alistair Cooke, British-born journalist-broadcaster who is a longtime U.S. citizen. Both earned 14 of a possible 18 votes in the poll of television columnists. (Entries are declared winners if two thirds of the columnists vote tor them.) The entries in the Critics' Consensus balloting are nominated by the columnists. There are no categories and few awards, in contrast to the video industry's Emmy ceremonies. In addition to "The Waltons" and "America," four other Critics' Consensus entries, each of which got 12 votes, were declared winners in the competition, which covered the period from May 1, 1972 to April 30 of this year. They are: -"Long Day's Journey Into Night," ABC-TV 'i presentation of Eugene O'Neill's autobiographical play, starring Laurence Olivier and Constance Ctmrnings. ~"VD Blues," a program that used an essentially entertainment format to give information about venereal disease, and ma aired by noncommercial television's Public Broadcasting Service network, with Dick Cavett as boat. —Liza Minnettl, lor her performance in her NBC-TV musical special "Liza With a Z," which was virtually a one- woman show. —Alistair Cooke, for his contributions to the "America" series as writer and narrator. (He was the on-camera host as well.) IIITT en 8 PM Shows ENDS WEDNESDAY! McQUEEM/MacGRAW 0RPHEUM Open 7:IS Show 7:30-9:05 ENDS WEDNESDAY! LEARN THE SECRET OF SOYLENT PG People odd It... intheyeor2022. METROCCXOR @ PANAVISION* MGM M THE GETAWAY — PLUS — "Prime Cut" Hurry . . . Ends Wed. GREAT ENTERTAINMENT. "Man of laMancha & United Artists |J ONE SHOW ONLY , At 8 P.M. W 0i ITALIAN RESTAURANT FAMILY DAY SPECIALS OFFER GOOD ALL DAY AND EVENING WEDNESDAY SPAGHETTI MEAT SAUCE SALAD GARLIC BREAD THURSDAY LASAGNA SALAD GARLIC BREAD 1824 N. HENDERSON ST. PH. 3434)213 WEDNESDAY IS KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN DAY Featuring: Regular Dinner 3 Pieces of Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Colo Slaw & 1 Roll Reg. $1.45 NOW 1.19 Offer Good At Both Locations lfctttiiAif fried C^cknl 1017 N. Henderson the'* Corner of Main Farnham 0

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