Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 25, 1973 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 25, 1973
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jgj ^i^r^J^^^r^h^ilf Golesburg, HI. Monday, Juhe 25, 1973 !RBC 'King' in Network Summer Series By RICK DU BROW I KOUIYWOOD (UP*) - In of first-fun summer •efitettfiittrnent series, ABC-TV Sis king Of network television's ^Cj&tlon*time season this year. Television In Review Skeptics at the other networks ,may try to brush off this Jtyct, noting that video audi- •ences are smaller in the Jtraditional vacation months, but jrhany persons who do watch Revision in the summer will ppreciate ABC-TV's efforts, cgardless of the ratings, these forts will result in a goodwill victory with the public for ABC- TV, the smallest of the "big three" commercial video networks. CBS-TV thus far has no first- run summer entertainment series on the air, blaming the four - month writers' strike. NBC-TV at least has several new weekly musical-variety shows on tap—a Helen Reddy series that begins Thursday and a group of country music programs, taped in Nashville, that take over Dean Martin's usual time slot for a brief run starting July 26. ABC-TV, meanwhile, already MONDAY SPECIAL PIZZA Ail You Can Eat $125 Sausage or Cheese I Per Person •" 1 'TUESDAY VEAL PARMESAN Buy 1 Get 1 Free THo place lo go for a. family of fun" 1824 N. Henderson Sf. Phone 343-0213 > i »» juicy, fender, rib eye steak or sizzling hot chopped'steak, with delicious baked potato, crispy green salad, and buttery texas toast. OPEN 11 AM to 9 PM Bonanza Sirloin Pit HENDERSON NO TIPPING": •,•1 V**f4*> •w+f.' • has two first-run summer series on the air and two more set to bow in. These four shows are: —"Thicker Than Water," a situation comedy that arrived June 13, with Julie Harris, Richard Long and Malcolm Atterbury as its regular stars and concerns a long-estranged sister and brother who mus run their ailing old father's factory to earn their promised inheritances. Program on Composers —"Love Thy Neighbor," a situation comedy that had its debut June 15 and deals with a white couple and a black couple whose houses are next to each other. —"The Burns and Schreiber Comedy Hour," a variety entry that offers the witty team on Saturday nights starting this coming weekend. A preview of this series last Friday achieved an admirable level of original, quality humor. —"The Corner Bar," a situation comedy, first seen on ABC- TV last summer, that returns Aug. 3 and revolves around the goings-on at a neighborhood New York City tavern. This series showed some real potential and laugh-getting abil ity in its 1972 run. Moose Lodge STAG Wed., June 27 6:30 RIB EYE *%50 STEAK J* Members & Guests BUSHNELL MRS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Boys Attend Football Camp; Students Back From Colorado Counter-Pageant The 1973 Miss California Pageant opened yesterday in Santa Cruz With a boardwalk parade and a demonstration against it. NOW (National Organization of Women) has organized a counter-pageant to take place at the same time. One of the 32 contestants in the contest, Janet Jay Carr, 19, waves at the NOW women along the parade route. UNIFAX Tuesday Nighr Special ROAST BEEF $ and DRESSING 1.75 •'I 'Country Jim' Wyman WOIL-FM COUNTRY SURVEY LW TW Title Artist 4 1 LOVE IS THE FOUNDATION —Loratia Lynn 2 2 DON'T FIGHT THE FEELINGS OF LOVE —Charley Prld« 1 3 KIDS SAY THE DAHNDEST THINGS —Tammy Wynetto 8 4 TRIP TO HEAVEN —Freddie Hart 6 5 TRAVELW MAN —Dolly Parlon 3 6 RAVISHING RUBY —Tom T. Hall 9 7 YOU GIVE ME YOU —Bobby G. Rice 5 8 COME EARLY MORNING —Don Williams 14 8 TOP OF THE WORLD —Lynn Anderson U 10 WE HAD IT ALL —Waylon Jennings 7 11 DIRTY OLD MAN —George Hamilton IV 15 12 WHAT ABOUT ME —Anne Murray 13 A GOOD LOVE IS LIKE A GOOD SONG —Bob Luman 14 MR. TING-A-LIING (STEEL GUITAR MAN) —George Morgan 15 LORD MR. FORD —Jerry Reed 16 EASILY PERSUADED —Kilty Wells 17 SLIPPIN' AWAY —Jean Shepard 18 MR. LOVE MAKER —Bob Luman 19 LOUISIANA WOMAN, MISSISSIPPI MAN —Conway Twltty & Loretta Lynn 20 SEND ME NO HOSES —Tommy Overstreet 21 TOUCH THE MORNING —Don Gibson 22 CHARLIE —Tompall & The Glaser Brothers 23 SOUTHERN LOVING —Jim Ed Brown 24 YELLOW RIBBON —Johnny Carver 25 KEEP ON LOVING ME -Jamey Ryan 26 NOTHING EVER HURT ME (HALF AS MUCH AS LOSING YOU) —George Jones 27 YOU WERE ALWAYS THERE —Donna Fargo 28 SHE'S ALL WOMAN —David Houston 29 IF TEAR DROPS WERE PENNIES —DoUy Parton tc Porter Wagoner 35 30 IF SHE JUST HELPS ME GET OVER YOU —Sonny James 31 31 J WON'T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE AGAIN —Ray Han Ion 32 THE CORNER OF MY LIFE — BUI Anderson 33 DREAM PAINTER —Connie Smith 34 IF I NEEDED YOU —Doc & Merle Watson 35 TAKE A WALK IN THE COUNTRY —Steve Norman 36 I MISS YOU MOST WHEN YOU'RE HERE —Sammi Smith 37 WOMAN WITHOUT A HOME —Staller Brothers 38 OLD FAITHFUL Tony Booth 39 RAINBOW AT MIDNIGHT —Darrel McCall 40 THE GOOD OLD DAYS —Buck Owens & Susan Raye EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY! Ours is every Tuesday... when "Coney" goes Mashed Potatoes & Gravy • Jello Salad Kitchen Open 5 P.M. KNOTTY PINE TAP WATAGA, ILL. — 375-9918 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 Every Tuesday Night Is LADIES NIGHT Ladies Co c ktails T/j fmm 8 P.M. on Dance To The Sounds of Ron Carroll & THE INN CROWD Sheraton Motor Innl 18 16 24 20 25 22 27 10 28 17 29 19 32 36 33 37 34 40 23 38 30 Drive-in restaurants LINCOLN ST. A&W 1135 LINCOLN ST. SPECIAL Mon. - Tue. - Wed. • Thur. CHICKEN DINNER $150 (Good 5 to 8 PM in the Coffee Shop & Sirloin Room) INCLUDES: Choice of tomato juice or soup, 4 pieces of chicken, choice of potatoes and salad, hot roll, coffee, tea or milk. Galva Streets Undergoing Face Lift GALVA — Galva streets are currently undergoing a facelift. Officials said that all roads in need of resurfacing will be scarified and oiled during the summer project. No permanent improvement work is planned due to the early spring wet conditions. Galva Township equipment will be utilized for the oiling process which is expected to begin in early August. The Galva Planning Commission has scheduled a hearing July 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the city administration building to consider a rezoning request by Lecn Brooks to locate a horse trailer business ait his home at the southwest edge of the 43±y. Mrs. Anna Conner, oldest member attending the annual Fahnstrom reunion Sunday presided at the blessing prior to a potluck dinner in Wiley Park. Other members honored at the reunion were Mrs. Donald Downard, Aurora, for coming 'Ma HardV Actress Dies BUSHNELL - Terry Johnson and Robert Hinchee, both of near Avon, are attending Western Illinois University's football camp this week at Macomb. Both will be sophomores next academic term at Bushnell- Prairie City High School. Purpose of the camp is to teach offensive and defensive fundamentals. Two Bushnell - Prairie City High School students have returned from Colorado Springs, Colo., where they attended the 1973 National Student Council Convention June 17-22. They are Linda Fayhee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fayhee, and Laura Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mills, both of Bushnell. Miss Fayhee has been selected vice president of the B-PC Student Council for the next school term. Miss Mills is presently serving as secretary of the Illi­ nois Valley District of Student Councils. Both are juniors, The girls were accompanied on the bus trip lo Colorado by Miss Nancy Louden, local council adviser. Members of Wesleyan Service Guild will have a potluck supper Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Maurice Chattcrton. In the event of rain, the meal will bo served at the Bushnell United Methodist Church. There will, be no home Bible study this week for members of the Bushnell Christian Church. The lesson on the Book of Judges was led by Mrs. Alice Graber when members of the Phiiathea Class of the Bushnell Baptist Church met Friday night. Mrs. Pat Hcnsley hosted the meeting at her home and also conducted the business meeting. A discussion on future p}ans was conducted. GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2725 the farthest; Mrs. Stanley Sail, Altana, for having the ..largest family; and Stacy Lee Downa;d, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Downard, Aurora, for being the youngest member of the family. Those attending the reunion came from Rockford, Davis Junction, Aurora, Cambridge; WHliamsfield, Knoxville, Galesburg, Victoria, Altona and Galva. Special prizes were awarded during the afternoon to Jim Sail, Leslie "Pete" Fahnstrom, Ruben Fahnstrom, Alice Sail, Joyce Sergeant, and Garcia Moline. Miss Carol Shoemaker and Miss Ruthann Matzen were honored at bridal showers in Moiime Thursday by fellow employees and friends. Both women are employed at Moline Lutheran Hospital and will soon be married. Miss Shoemaker was also honored with a bridal shower Friday in Galva. Balloonists Try Again Today HOT DOGS PICK HIT OF THE WEEK FROM WGIL-FM, THE COUNTRY GIANT OF WESTERN ILLINOIS PABXING VQU CAN ALWAYS COME BACK HOME —Jody MiII«r FEATURED ALBUMS OF THE WEEK FROM STEREO 95 SWEET COUNTRY -ChaiUe Piido TIE A YELhOW RIBBON ABOUND THE OLD OAK THEE —Johnny Carver Ugan Ladoge entertains you with Country Mw$ic Saturday night 5:30 - Midnight and Sunday! from 1 PM till 5 PM SPECIAL TUE & WED. CONEY DOGS BURGER CHAMP 2100 E. MAIN ST. PH. 343-1009 \ LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Fay |Holden, who played Ma Hardy in the 15 Andy Hardy movies made between 1938 and 1945, died of cancer during the ! weekend. She was 79. } Funeral services will be held ; Tuesday at Forest Lawn in Glendale. Born Dorothy Hammerton in England, she appeared on the stage in Britain for 30 years, beginning at age 9. She came to Hollywood under the name Fay Holden and began playing character roles, appearing in "Florence Nightin gale," "I Married a Doctor," "You're Only Young Once" "Test Pilot" and other films. She married David Clyde, who died some time ago. She was best known as the spunky mother in the Hardy : series, and came out of j retirement in 1958 to play the same role in an update of the 'series, "Andy Hardy Comes Home." ! She entered the Motion I Picture and Television Hospital about a month ago. She is survived by a brother, David Hammerton, who lives in Wales. CHICAGO (UPI)- Balloonists scheduled to cross Lake Michigan Sunday will try again today to make the shakedown cruise for their planned trip across the Atlantic Ocean later this year. It was the second delay for the crew as they waited almost all day in a suburban Evanston park to inflate the 'balloon. Adverse wind conditions prevented the balloon from going aloft. The balloonists need west or southwest winds to carry them across the lake but winds continued to blow out of the north­ east all day. Reports from the National Weather Service said there was small likelihood of a shift before today. A crowd of about 300 persons waited Sunday for the lift-off. Playing Thru Weds. MASH • Donald Sutherland • Elliott Gould One Show Each Night at 7:30 ADULTS ONLY $1 mmmm To Cross Channel TEDDINGTON, England (UPI) — Dennis Moore, 42, plans to paddle a canoe across the English Channel while an accompanying boat keeps him on course to tha beat of a drum. Moore has been blind since birth. NOW SHOWING TWICE DAILY Afternoon - Evening 2:00 8:00 WINNER OF 8 ACADEMY AWARDS! Technicolor* -LIZA MINEUI Pirjmougt Plcluru Priunli A Minni'SutviSiolltirlut Prpducllga . ' E. B. White's HEAD THE WANT ADS! Open 8 - Shows at Dusk ENDS WED? Plus Paul Newman In "Sometimes a Great Notion" Programs Rated-R Open 7 - Shows 7:15-9 P.M. Family Film Ends Wed.l VVALTDJSIYEY PRODUCTIONS OwaWjutW ^tvoUiiani 7ECHN(COU3fl««JI» Open 7:15 • Shows 7 :!10-0 :15 Ends Wednesday! ADULTS ONLY |D'« Required 80ME WIVES HAVE REALLY BUSY DAY8... SHOWS AT 1:30, 7:00, 9:00 tfi VIVID COtCfl

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