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Galesbufd Register -MQiL Galesburg, 111, Tuesday; June 5, 1973 Democrats in Senate Favor Law Imposing Wage-Price Freeze WASHINGTON (UPI) ate • ftmomm ffom Sen- 1 months a'go tfrom> taking control ttifec <rf the economy away from THURS., JUNE 7 — JIM'S SPECIAL 12 oz. SIRLOIN Choice of Baked or AuGrfltln $M m JC Tonftd Salad — Hdt French Bread *t##*# Complimentary Glass Almaden Rose' wine will be served with each Jim's Special. Suggest Reservation 343-1810 PIANO STYLING — BARB LeBRECK JIM'S STEAK HOUSE 951 NORTH HENDERSON ST. President Nixon and Imposing a wage^prlce freeze by law. But now they are on record as unanimously favoring that course at the first aipproprlate opportunity. , Reminded In a closed caucus Monday that polls show the public regards Inflation as more serious a problem ten the Watergate scandail, the Deimoonate unanimously ap­ proved a resolution for a 90-day freeze of prices, profits, wiages, salaries, rents and consumer interest rates. 9 The resolution calls for attaching the proposal "to the first appropriate bill coming before the Senate." In the debate in late March on extending the law which gives Nixon authority to act on the econoimiy, the same propos­ al was defeated by a vote of 38 38 with 24 absentees. The administration opposed it then and still dioos. Treasury Secretary George P. Shultz, testifiying Monday before the House Ways and Means Committee, asked how die economy could be controlled when a freeze ended. "You can't freeze the economy for very long," he said. "So the question is, what are you going to do laiftcrward? What do you want to do differently?" He expressed confidence that the overheated aewnomy, which generated an increase in consumer prices ait an annual rate of 8.6 per cent during the first three months, is going to cool off soon. The Senate Democrats may! seek to aifctach the freeze proposal to the bill raising the celling on the national debt. That (measure must pass by June 30. Chairman Wilbur D. Mills, D- Arlc, whose House Wtay9 and Means Coimimilteo will handle the debt ceiling hill, proposed a 90-day freeze in a House speech last week. WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 4 FAMILY NIGHT Plus Tax RIB-EYE $ 1.49 French Fries or Baked, Tossed Salad Kitchen Open 5 P.M. KNOTTY PINE TAP WATAGA, ILL. — 375-9918 I I I I I I I I I I I I I iff New Star: Make Way for Janet MacLachlan Your Horoscope By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA)—One of the biggest topics of Hollywood party conversations is: Who is going to be the first block female star? There are those who say WEEKDAY SPECIALS TUESDAY Veal Parmesian BUY I Dinner GET I FREE Veal •— Spaghetti — Salad — Garlic Bread Spaghetti wa mm Tl I I I I I I I I I I I RESTAURANT | I WEDNESDAY 99c MEAT SAUCE - SALAD -- GARLIC BREAD Wednesday Special RIB EYE OR FRIED CHICKEN 95c Choice of Baked or FF Salad, Roll & Butter Blue Angel Kitchen Open 5 Till 11 NO CARRYOUTS ANGELO'S Hours 11 A.M. - 1 A.M. 'Place To Go For Family Fun" ^824 N. Henderson St. Ph. 343-0213j INCLUDES Special Tue.-Wed.Thur. CHICKEN DINNER $125 3 Pieces Chicken French Fries — Cole Slaw Hot Roll and Coffee - Tea or Milk (Good 5 to 8 PM in the Coffee Shop & Sirloin Room) 1487 N. Henderson St. FAMILY NIGHT AT DO Wednesday 5 small £^ braziers I Wait 'til you taste how good charbroiled beef as broiled the Erasier way! Hearty fare! Dairq Queen brazier V LET'S ALL GO TO DAIRY QUEEM" GRAND AT FARNHAM Wed. & Thur. SPECIAL TACOS or ENCHILADAS 5 for $ 1.50 FREE DELIVERY V/ith 55 Order or More 5 PM • 1 AM JOHN'S TACO HIDEOUT Phone 343-5610 WEDNESDAY IS KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN DAY Featuring: Regular Dinner 3 Pieces of Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Cole Slaw & 1 Roil Regular $ 1.45 - No Substitutes NOW 1.19 Offer Good At Both Locations Kentucky fried (JkMfy Diana Ross is a shoo-in. There are others who support Cicely Tyson. And you can hear a few votes for beauties like The Lively Arts Vonetta McGee and Pam Grier and Denise Nicholas. More and more, though, the Janet MacLachlan boosters are being heard from. They MUSEUM OPEN Fourth big season. Hundreds of fascinating exhibits in seven buildings. Collections galorn. All beautifully presented. Downs of antique . carriages. Winter Wonderland of sleighs, bobsleds, child's sleds. Turn-of- century rooms, all authentically furnished. Old Curiosity Shop. TIME I ms VILLAGE MUSEUM 3f beautiful antique cars, miniature circus, midwest's largest exhibit of old toys and dolls. China, glassware, clocks, firearms, music boxes, farm tools. Many, many more. Operating popcorn wagon. US-51 4 mi. south of Mendota, 111. 8 mi. north of 1-80 Every day, 9 to 6. Closes Oct. 31 Adm. $1,50. Youths 75f!. HIPP0DR9ME MlNUTE*#ECTACUtflR GALESBURG Calesburg FRIDAY, High School JUNE 15 Auditorium 8 P.M. Presented By EXCHANGE CLUB say she has the beauty of a Boss or a McGee, plus the acting skill of a Tyson. They just may be right. JANET PLAYED the schoolteacher in "Sounder," and made the part come alive. Curiously, even though the picture was a big hit, the role did little to advance Janet's career. "It hasn't brought me a flood of scripts," Janet says, "but I didn't expect it would. It wasn't that kind of part. It's only the flashy parts that lead to other things not the quiet, understated parts." ' At the moment, she's doing another quiet, understated part. She's co-starring with Bernie Casey, Bo Svenson and Stephanie Edwards in "Maurie," the story of the fatal illness of basketball star Maurice Stokes, and Jack Twyman, his white teammate who raised more than $1 million to help him. JANET PLAYS Stokes' girl friend, an amazing woman who stood by him for his last, painful 12 years, until he died. She says her "Maurie" role is a good part but she thinks her career may get a bigger boost from her summer ABC TV series, Love Thy Neighbor, in which she'll co-star with Joyce Bulifant It's a situation comedy and comedy is new to her although she did do a role once on Mary Tyler Moore's show. Like that, this will be done via the live three-camera technique. Love Thy Neighbor is another . adaptation of an English hit, from the big importing films, Yorkin - Lear. They're the men who brought over All In the Family, Sanford and Son and Maude. Janet likes Love Thy Neighbor but she isn't a big fan of the other Yorkin-Lear imports. "I LOATHE ARCHIE Bunk- Janet MacLachlan .. . escaping the stereotype er," she says, "and I don't care much for Sanford and Son or Maude, either." The problem for black actresses today, she says, is that Hollywood "is still stuck on the stereotypical black woman." "That was true for black men for a long time, too," she says, "but they've gradually exhausted the black male stereotypes and are getting around to more realistic and meaningful roles for men. But not yet for women — it's sti),l very tough to find a good role for a black actress." Janet is a New York girl and was an executive secretary in a top New York public rela­ tions firm when she decided to try acting. Curiously, the role she's playing in "Maurie" is something like her real life role — the girl she plays in "Maurie" was employed by a publishing firm. SHE STARTED in off-Broadway plays, worked her way into New York TV and then came out here under contract to Universal — their first black girl given a contract. It's been a long, steady climb. She's an actress with a solid grounding in her craft and the beauty to go with it. She also happens to be one of the nicest people in town, so it's pleasant to see good things happening to her. TV Show Recalls Dirksen's Vocabulary By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - The widow of Sen. Everett Dirksen appeared Monday on NBC-TVs morning Dinah Shore series, and I couldn't help thinking of a memorable 1968 video special that focused on the legislator. Television In Review How that man could talk! One of the most influential and colorful senators in American history, he was, with his speaking gifts and mellifluous NOW OPEN BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCH .... 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. COCKTAIL HOUR 3 to 6 p.m. Chip-n-Dip, Fresh Popcorn, Salted Nuts DINNER MENU 5 p.m. to 12 midnight SANDWICH MENU 11 a.m. to 12 midnight NORTHGATE LOUNGE Route ISO North — Galesburg tones, totally at home before the cameras in that 1968 prime- time ABC-TV hour in which he offered a tour of the Capitol Building in Washington. His widow Louella has told of her life with him in her book "The Honorable Mr. Marigold," written in collaboration with reporter-author Norma Lee Browning. And what with that, and Monday's television program, and the memory of the senator's video special of five years ago with newsman Howard K. Smith as his tour companion, one is reminded of Dirksen's singular stylo with the language, and can almost hear him now: He Speaks on Words On the subject of words: "I must use beautiful words. I never know when I might have to eat them." On marigolds (whicli he wanted to have named as America's national flower): "You can't beat a.marigold ... ft has humility, it has pungency, and it is resistant to man and bug and beast." » On the uses of the voice: "The voice is like an organ and must be suited to the occasion, the subject and the audience. Sometimes all stops are out and sometimes ... for contrast, it must foe soft and modulated," On history: "Sometimes the history book rises up and smites you." On words again: "Certain words arc brightly colored, like the red, white and blue of the flag; some are pastels, and others are the multicolored hues of a sunset or rainbow." On being vice president: "I See 'TV Show'- (Continued on Page 13) Now Playing thru Weds. Concert 1 For Bangladesh Bob Dylan Billy Preston Ringo Starr & Many More By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1973 March 21 to April 20 (Aries)You have advantages over others in certain respects, and they over you in others. Capitalize on your talents and maneuver situations adroitly. April .21 to May 21 (Taurus)Don't play both ends against the middle; keep everything well balanced. Apply top skills to give endeavors needed finesse. Good indications generally. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)Planetary influences now stimulate inspirational ideas, intuition, inventiveness. Creative workers in general are especially favored. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— There are tendencies now to rush into visionary schemes, Impulsiveness generally. Avoid! Put your guard up early, and KEEP it up! July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — Some new advantages indicated. Investigate attractive propositions, but do not be guided by attractiveness alone. Look below the surface. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) — Wait for cues before launching any project. If not on guard, you could get into difficult situations or needless complications. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) — Manageability must be your keyword now — especially in areas where divergent opinions and various personalities may be encountered. A day calling for your innate poise. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) — You will probably be called upon to help persons with overstimu- lated emotions, to assuage hurt feelings. Be your understanding self. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — Work for top gains but do not expect them immediately. Be concise in arrangements, stipulations, speech. Narrow the margin for error. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Be especially careful in personal matters, how you project your aims, desires. Act with discretion, perceptively. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius)— It will be important to put forth best efforts now. Don't take gains or recognition for granted. Day has plenty of potential, but needs your cooperation. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — Take precautions in written and verbal agreements and scrutinize all situations carefully. You could discover hitherto unrecognized benefits. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with the mind, and usually the inclination, for intellectual pursuits; could be an outstanding writer, scientist, educator, research specialist or jurist. You could also shine in the theater (as actor, dramatist or director), or in any profession involving travel. 1017 N, HmoVwn the Corner of Main & Farnham HOT DOGS SPECIAL TUE. & WED. JUNE 5 & 6 CONEY DOGS BURGER CHAMP C3L 2100 E. MAIN ST. PH. 343-1009 Open 7:15 Show 7:30-9:05 Hurry . . Ends Wed.! Adults Only. ID's Required You name it . . . they're ready for itl PFFICE GIRLS m ADULTS ONLY Open 6:45. Shows 7-9 PM| Now thru Wed.I Color by DeLuxe'j NIGHTLY At 7:00 — PIUS — Legends Die w^"" 20 " 1 (:| NHJRY-FOX lFBr®*' COLON HY OiI UXI." NIGHTLY At 8:40 "HlE Familif TCCHNICOtOH Illli Open 8 • Shows at Dusk Ends Wednesday! 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