Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 13, 1973 · Page 6
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Wednesday, June 13, 1973
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6 Gotegburfl RegisfertMaif, Galesburg, ill. Wednesday, June 13, 1973 How; Old? Ingrid Bergman has a pleasant look for the lensman at 'an event in Cannes, France. Would you believe 1917 as a birth date? NEA h DON'T MISS THIS! $ l Competition May Make TV Hangover' More Common By ftlCK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Television hangover may soon become an even more widespread national malady than it already is. Telvislon ta Review The reason: Network video'g late-night programing, and late- late-night programing, continue to get increasingly competitive. If the trend keeps up, we may have around-the-clock television nationally one of these years, and then we can all go slowly mad together. , An example of the stepped-up attempts U> hook late-night ; audiences is CBS-TV's plans for ja sort of festival of famous motion picture musicals that iwill be seen around the i midnight hour the week of July 9. The films are part of the "CBS Late Movie" series, and here are the musicals that bleary-eyed workers will be able to tell their colleagues and bosses they stayed up until the middle of the night to see: Some of tthe Movies ] —July 9, "An American in I Paris," with Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron and Oscar Levant. --July 10, "On the Town," {with Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Jules Munshin, Vera-Ellen, Betty Garrett and Ann Miller. —July 12, "Damn Yankees," with Gwen Verdon, Ray Walston and Tab Hunter. NBC-TV has the longtime ratings champion in th6 field, Johnny Carson's "tonight" show. And a third competitor is ABC-TV's "Wide World of Entertainment," a potpourri of programs. Well, there has been three -July 13, "Seven Brides For'"? 1 *"* "valry for ratings hi Seven Brothers," with Howard ijje late hours for some time. Keel and Jane Powell. j But now „ hours J* The "CBS Late Movie" series! P r0 * r *mmmg ore being is, of course, one of a numberjstretched more and more, to of network entries that compete ! follows: head on for the stay-up Beyond Standard Length audience, I Ever since CBS-TV began its late movies, it has naturally gone beyond the standard 90* minute length of the three network entries compiling head on in this general time period, Then along came NBOTV's weekly, late - la>te - hour pop music series, "The Midnight Special," which goes on fm mediately following the Friday night Carson show. And now NBC-TV is planning a fall debut for a latc-late-hour talk series entitled "Tomorrow," that would go on Immediately following the Monday-Thursday Carson shows. There in; of mm> excellent television nt. times in all the Ifitd'hour natwotk Mfles now running, find the "Tomorrow" show will surely have its notable moments too. Daytime television, of course, can hfendly be considered a blessing slrmply because of its hours. A real blessing, in fact, would be ia lot less daytime video. Have you had a plonks lately? Or would you rather add to the beauty of your life by wMchlng "Lot's Make a Deal" and "The Dating Game"? American Legion Presents Awards To Law Officers Knox County Sheriff Peterson and Galesburg Patrol man James Foster,, were presented Safety Law and Order awards at the 15th District American Legion convention Sunday at Kewanee. Ex-Con 9 s Bug Song May Lead to Stardom Martha" on be in in ARBY'S ROAST SANDWICH FRENCH FRIES All For Just BEEF SMALL DRINK SOFT ($1.34 Volue) The awards are given to persons who have made a noteworthy contribution to law and order, according to Wayne C. Nelson, Legion official. After being in this field for lie past 19 years, it is nice to recognized," Peterson said accepting his award. He is the third year of his first! term as county sheriff. He was member of Ihe Illinois State Police for several years before his election to office. Foster is a veteran member of the Galesburg Police Department. , Others to-whom awards were I igiven were Loy Ray, Henry I County sheriff; Don Hepner, JKewanee Fire Department; jMarvin Kelly, Farmington; Meredith Ellsworth, Fulton I ,County sheriff; Lloyd Kenne- jman, Rushville, and Marvin i Purdy, Qiiincy. By MICHAEL WlLLARD was packed off to reform school) Chalk it Up as a pebble in the the Watergate, "Death Row is a lonely at age 9, a man who killed a boulder strewn path of this your car radio. Rayderipiace! |fellow inmate before markingjmusic city maverick's career. After gaining his release Silence echoes through thejhis 20th birthday. j Aff enpnriintr noariv ?n nf irom P rison six vcars a S°> Coe condemned mind, like a cannon! "I borrowed $4,000 to put on a mier s P emm neariy M 01 • - -•-»• • -"«shot into the Grand Canyon on show at the University in a clear day ! Akron," he muttered in a tired, —Album notes by David Alia drone-like voice, his eyes NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) —Showing the weariness of a late The sky was gray and rainy,jnight the clouds shielded the sun, andjeity. David Allan Coe had a mask! "We for a face as gloomy as the j people inside of the Ohio State Penitentiary. Misfortune has been the mistress of this singer-songwriter, arrival back in music expected about 6,000 and only 200 showed up," Coe added. "It seems the student government had all our posters removed because they approved craggy-faced (hadn't been a boy who something." After spending nearly 20 his 33 years as a ward of the state, David Allan Coe has pulled on a pair of boots, tilted a Stetson to shade his left eye, and has set off down the yellow brick road toward becoming a country music star. Ironically, this man who has spent so much time in jail hopes to parlay the misdeeds of a few people in Washington to orjhis own advantage. He is the j 'voice twanging "How high is came to Nashville armed with a notebook of songs written on L Block of the Ohio State Pen known as Death Row. For $100 he purchased an old hearse with faulty brakes, plastered his name on the sides, and set out in an attempt to make himself as obnoxious as possible in order to get noticed. He has never lacked enthusiasm for himself. "I consider myself a cross between Bob Dylan and Elvis Presley/' he said, in total seriousness. Coe has had good luck getting others to record his songs. Artists Del Reeves and Charlie Louvin have contributed to his career. These days Coe is banking on his Watergate release to lift him from the ranks of the also rans in country music. By the way, what was the singer of the Watergate parody first put in prison for anyway? Why, possession of burglary tools of course. I I (Good Wed. & Thur., June 13 & 14) SWING OVER TO- Arby's 1661 N. HENDERSON ST. I Eastern Star, RNA Conduct June Meetings at Woodhull WOODHULL — A report was lira, met recently. Verla Peter- made on Friends Night at Rio;son. oracle, reported on a bake- Ends Jail Diet LONDON (UPI) -.Home I Secretary Robert Carr said Tuesday that 'British prisons will abolish bread' and water I diet punishments. ! "Dietary punishment," he I said, "is out of place in the 20th members of Clover Leaf Camp Century. 1114, Royal Neighbors of Amer- May 21 when Chapter 622, Order of the Eastern Star, met June 6. Julia Clark and M. G. Kernes presided. It was announced that Jean Anderson and Julia Clark will, be pro tern officers at upcoming area meetings. Adda and Charles Mortenson will be the committee for the June 20 meeting. Velma Heflin, Agnes Luallen and Julia Clark reported on a Rock Island convention when less sale which is being planned to raise funds for the Henry County convention in October. Marian Cain and Natalia Whit comb were appointed to a com' mittee for the July 5 meeting. If Truth Told Doris Day Autobiography Could Tell Worthwhile Tale I I I BENEFIT FOR B-Y-E Ambulance Service, Inc. ELM WOOD HIGH SCHOOL GYM Elmwood, III. JUNE 16 — 7:00 to 9:00 COUNTRY MUSIC PROGRAM (THE RAY HANLON COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW) featuring RAY HANLAN MIDSTATESMAN With Patricia Le«, Comedienne Dottie Clark, recording artist Barbara Clarkson plus the Pony Express Band. Tickets $2.50 or Any Larger Donation. All proceeds taken in will go to the H.Y.E. Ambulance Service of Brimfleld, Yates City and Elmwood. Let's all get together and make this a Huge Financial Success. FPU INFORMATION CONTACT President — Rod Finchman — Elmwood Vice-President — Robert Shipley — Brjmfield Secretary — Hetty Ralston — Yates City THURS., JUNE 15 — JIM'S SPECIAL 12 oz. SIRLOIN Choice of Baked or AuGrafin, Tossed Salad $A75 or Cole Slaw — Hot French Bread "f 1 Complimentary Glass Almaden Rose' wine will be served with each Jim's Special. Suggest Reservations 343-1810 PIANO STYLING — BARB LeBRECK JIM'S STEAK HOUSE 951 NORTH HENDERSON ST. WEDNESDAY NIGHT IS LADIES NIGHT Cocktails V2 Price FOR THE LADIES ONLY PLUS — Be Entertained By The 'Bitty Earl Duo MARTIES 99 57 S. Cherry St Ph. 343-5181 SPECIAL Mon, • Tue, - Wed. - Thur. CHICKEN DINNER $150 INCLUDES: Choice at inniHln juin; or ,y >i .i[j, 4 picceu of chif.'kwi, choice <A potatoes ami salad, hot roll, 'oflcc, ti-a or JDilk, (Oeod S to 8 PM In the Coff«e Shop « Sirloin Room) I WEEKDAY SPECIALS WEDNESDAY Spaghetti 99c A<AEAT SAUCE - SALAD - GARLIC BREAD THURSDAY LASAGNA 99c SALAU GARLIC BREAD MO CARRYOUTS ANGELO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT "P ty<: A //.. for I Ph. J4J-UZIJj I A //> 'jim!/ tun' o43-G2!3 I I I I I I I I I I I I I Students who ordered books from the Scholastic Book Service may pick them up at the high school office by June 20, according to school officials. Debbie Johnson and Vicki Jordan were honored recently for having perfect attendance all four years of high school. Others who attained perfect attendance during the school year just concluded were Rich Bergstrom, Cindy Brahmstedt, Bill Metzler, Kent Johnson, Craig Petrovich and Jeff Welch. AlWood High School officials have listed students named to the honor roll for the second semester. They include: Seniors — Rick Jordan, Vicki Jordan, Judy Olson, Deb Enstrom, Vicki Harman, Tenn Mahalovich, Kathy Stranciberg, Barbara Peterson, Jim Luallen, Brian McFarlin, Bryon Swanson, Deb Benpston, John Melow, Jim Myers, Stan Roesner, Steve Splvey, Kerry Thomas and Tom Unger. Juniors —- Randy DeSutter, Doug Nelson. Brenda Leng, Bruce Nimrick, Sherry Norburg, Lori Roesner, Karen Nelson, Dave Nesbltt, Steve Norberg,' Rick Bergstrom, Annette Curry, Jane Wallin, Jerl Miller, Sherry Schmidt, Brian Van DeWostine, Jayne Newman and Audrey McBee. Mary Olson, Connie Edmund, Barbara Green, Darey McLaughlin, Tom Mahalovich, Cheryl Miller, J, Pruett, Dave Rohn, Mary Steward and Vicki Stroud. Sophomore* — Mary Crawford, Becky Enstrom, Gwen Grams, Charles McLaughlin, Jay Olson, Cindy Brahmstedt, Julie A. Johnson, LuAnne Johnson, Craig Jordan, Susan Lambert, Kim Miller, Marcy Nelson, Tim Thor, Terri Ecl- wai'dson, Laurie Harwood, Vickie I'elrovk'h and Jerrie Whitcomb. Nancy Cooper, Julie M. Johnson, Atleta Rice, Allura Anderson, Ronne Carlson, Dennis Colburn. Pain llursliom, Mark Johnson, Stephanie Main and Chris Peterson. Freshmen — Marcla Barton, Hamii Jordan. Jeff Welch, Mike Lease, Gary Stephenson, Margaret Krueger, Becky Lelnlnger, Gary Nelson, Pattl Nesbitt, Ann Norberg, Torn Sproston, Terri Wing, Wendy Barton, Clint Holdsworth and Cheryl I.awson, In addition to those listed above, the following students won; named to the fourth quarter honor roll: .lay Ituhon, Keillor: Lvnottc Swanson, I'am Angels and Greg, juniors; Marlon Calmer and tlolitiie Smith, sophomores, and Crystal Wliilsull, frwihman. Each John Dory i'ish has a round, Mack spot on the middle oJE its side, and is called "St. Peter's fish." Legend says this spot is a thumbmark, left there when St. Peter took a coin from the fish's mouth. By VERNON SCOTT HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Doris Day will be at liberty from her canceled television show this fall allowing her sufficient time to begin her autobiography. Entertainment World But what can a movie star write about that hasn't been poured into a book a hundred times before? A great deal, if Doris chooses to write the truth. For more than a decade she was among the top 10 boxoffice attractions in the country. From 1960-64 she was No. 1 in popularity, surpassing the likes of Cary Grant, Elizabeth Taylor, John Wayne and Elvis Presley. At one time she sold more records than any other singer. She was also nominated for an Academy Award in "Pillow Talk." Perennial Virgin "I don't think those things are very important," she said. "I'm happy that people enjoyed my work and that I was a success. But I also developed an image that I didn't want. "I became the perennial virgin in all my movies. People began to think of me in the same terms off-screen. "At one time, that may have been a desirable image, I don't know. But I never did anything to encourage that reputation. It still persists today, and I've got a grown son." Doris could write about her only child, Terry, 29. How she tried to shield him from the STARTS THURSDAY A Few Dollars More Clint Eastwood CHILDREN 60c—ADULTS S1.00 One Show Each Night al 7:30 ENDS TONIGHT The French Connection Adults Only $1.00 See 'Doris- (Continued on Page 18) "HOW SHOWIHG! 7:00-9:15^ THE POWERFUL AND TRUE STORY OF SHERIFF BUFORDPUSSER WHO COULDN'T BE BOUGHT... COULDN'T BE KILLED WALKING TALL In Color IS <23£9 COUNTRY MUSIC SHANGRI-LA INN 421 East Main EVERY THURS., FRI. & SAT. NIGHTS The Mississippi Travelers THURS. 8-12 Fri. & Sat. 8:30-12:30 the RHYTHMAIRES Featuring Artie Wlngo THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIALS BAR B QUE RIBS $700 KNOTTY PINE TAP WATAGA, ILL. — 371-991B Baked potato, tossed salad OPEN Ends Weds! SHOWS 7i U 1 Complete Show Nightly ACADEMY AWARD WINNER HIT DMSeTQfl-MMC NICHOLS III..-I.UI.I.I.1|W. I ,I.. ,m HKAD THE WANT APS! TAVERN NIGHT DRAWING Thursday, June 14 $100,00 HIDEOUT LOUNGE It No Wlnosr »t I P.M. lbtr» will b* « tot D»»wlo« »t 10 f-m. SHERATON MAKES IT HAPPEN Thirsty Thursday Men's Highballs 35c 5-7 P.M. THURSDAY NIGHT AT THE Sheraton Mbtorlnri JOSEPH E .LCVWE. MIKE NICHOLS LAWRENCE TUBMAN THEGRADUATE PI,US — Joseph E tevine pre««n|« a Mike Nichols. Film Carnal Knowledge X OPEN 6*48 "SHOWS 7-8 p.m. Now thru Wed,! VilBIwi' Pltfwo ind Tomorrow fcitwlilnminl, IM "trtiiit ALEC GUINNESS SIMON WARD HITLER: THE LAST TEN DAYS COM AfftAAHOWTWniV 1-74 At "THE INN Edit Main PLACE" 343-7151 It Hi Open 8 p.m. -- Shows at Dusk Now thru Wed.! Ifft MUkGRffflBT IHIHHHMH PLUS WALT DISNEY M and

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