Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 18, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 18, 1973
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Golesburg Register»Mgi 1, Golesburg, 111, Mondoy, June 1 8,, 1973 7,> Hollywood Crew Is Shooting 'Huckleberry Finn ? Musical in Nauvoo NAUVOO, 111. (UPI) - Nau voo's only theater is closed for lack of business, but the town of 1,100 became a hub of movie activity today. Located on the Mississippi Stiver, 13 miles north of the common border of Illinois, Iowa and Missouri, the once Mormon Village founded by Joseph Smith is now the setting for a Hollywood musical production of Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn." Shooting of the opening segment of the movie is scheduled to be completed in Nauvoo June 22, when the movie com­ pany will move to Natchez, Miss., to finish the film. Because of the Mormon homes and landmarks dating to the middle 1800s, Nauvoo is something of a tourist attraction,-'drawing about 300,000 persons a year. A spokesman for the movie company said the small town was picked for this reason. Several scenes will be shot at the exterior and interior of Smith's home on the bank of the Mississippi. About a hundred townspeople will foe used in the film as extras. "This will really help the community," Marvin Kroaier, a Nauvoo potter and an extra in the film, said. "We don't expect any problems from the film company —this town is above corruption." In addition to the making of the movie over the next five days, Nauvoo is also preparing for the June 28 landing of canoeists re-enacting the trip of Marquette and Joliet down the Mississippi. In September the town will celebrate its Grape Festival which draws about 20,000 persons. The town is now drawing several thousand interested persons from Chicago, Peoria and other cities because of the filming. The movie is scheduled to be released in the summer of 1974. Kenneth Stoball, president of the town's Chamber of Commerce, said, "If we can get hold of that film next year, we'll open up the theater td show it." KISLER BROSi HI-LO GROCERY 931 S. SEMINARY GALESBURG Open Daily Saturday Sunday KOl'TE 41 - SOUTH ABINGDON 8 AM -10 PM 8 AM- 9 PM 9-1 PM & 4-9 PM BEEF plus T.V,P. T.V.P. -Textured- Vegerable - Protein Used in School Lunch Progrdrfts. More Protein - Less Fat OUR OWN lb US; Govt. Inspct.— 3 Oz. Jar COCA COLA CRYSTAL WHITE LIQUID ol. DETERGENT GALA Decorated "Zn" Z9C Towels y/y 59* 10 CT. PKG. CLIPS SAVE W*\ J 1 BAGGIES Trash Bags -~ BUTTiR-NUT COFFEE $939 WEBB* With This Coupon Hi-Lo Expires 6-20-73 By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your bidlhday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1973 March 21 to April 20 (Aries) — Your pride gets a boost when someone in authority asks your counsel, but present your ideas modestly. Don't let a "big head" offset the compliment. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus)— Unusual activity indicated in business circles. This will be a lime to show your mettle, to be willing to take on new respon- sibilites — which will pay off later. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)— Follow your hunches now. An idea which may seem fairly whimsical when first conceived may prove to be a real inspiration. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— Someone in a position to help will be a willing listener, so outline your goals frankly. But be sure they are realistic. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — Some intrigue about. Don't become involved. Concentrate on your own objectives and you won't have time for any flimflam. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) — Be 'Careful in whom you confide. Some are determined to pry — and use the information they get as a basis for harmful gossip, innuendo. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) There is some accent on the past now but don't let it influence you too much. Neither hang on to a relationship that is over nor try to revive a situation that should remain closed. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— A new approach to a financial matter advised. Look beyond the immediate situation. Poten t:al is greater that you may imagine. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — Your morale should get a boost now. Some new light is shed on old problems and you find more persons responding to your efforts. A brighter outlook indicated. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Seeking an easy solution to a complex problem may only compound the complications. Face up to it, tackle it as you should, and there'll be no sorry aftermath. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — You may have to look "behind the scenes" for the answer you're seeking. Some arc not telling all they know but, even Ibough they may be highly motivated, you SHOULD know the whole story. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Mixed influences. Some things you took for granted are apt to be otherwise but, through the good offices of an interested friend, you can obtain desired goal. YOU BORN TODAY arc endowed with an intriguing, delightfully stimulating personality. You are extremely gregarious, get along with all types and make brilliant conversationalists. You are unusually versa- Mle but your greatest forte lies in the field of literature. You are truly blessed with the gift of words; would make an outstanding novelist, journalist, editor or publisher. You can sell anything, too, so this fact, coupled with your linguistic talents, could bring you notable success in the advertising field. Also a lover of travel, you could shine as a traveling salesman. Birthdate of: Blaise Pascal, mathematician, philospher; the Duchess of Windsor. Added Capital Thailand's capital, Bangkok, is not much older than Washington, D.C. It was founded in 1782, after the Burmese had sacked the old capital, Ayut thaya, 45 miles to the north. Legal Question Q. My husband passed away in January, leaving most of his property to me. At the lime, I was told I could inherit $20,000 lax free but I have heard since then that a spouse can inherit $60,000 tax free. Which figure is correct? A. Both figures are correct but refer to different taxes. Under Illinois inheritance tax law, a spouse may inherit up to $20,000 without payment of any lll/nois tax. Under federal estate tax law, a surviving spouse can receive, tax free, one half of an estate; moreover, the estate's $60,000 exemption wi!! reduce or may offset entirely the balance of the estate subject to federal estate tax. Thus, a man could leave his wife as much as $120,000 and no.federal tax (but some Illinois inheritance tax) would be due. You may get more good news if you consult an attorney. —Illinois State Bar Assn. Locale Change Though very small in its native habitat, the hills near Monterey Calif., the Monterey pine when planted in the southern hemisphere is the fastest-grcw ing timber pine in the world. 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