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6 1 Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III, Thursday, June 28, 1973 Stars Appear Unexpectedly By RICK DU BROW [areas by the regular broadcas- HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-SomeIters, Curt Gowdy and Tony well-known show business per- Kubek, whom the guest celebri- formers aro making television ties join, news in unexpected ways these ^ Flrst Entertainer d * 8w ' ' ' And, in fact, Kaye is the first Television la Review show business entertainer to be a visiting baseball sportscaster under the new plan. He is a long-time fan. This Monday another sportscaster, Mel Allen, the voice of the New York Yankees for many years, will be the guest. Another performer making unexpected television news is Gardner McKay, an actor who upon the show business soj,.e years ago with publicity as a idol. He did, First there is Danny Kaye. On July 8, he'll turn commentator for a baseball game on NBC-TV. This is part of the network's current moves to add spice to its Monday night major league contests. Before this season's Monday games began, NBC-TV* made; known that it would have burst celebrities as guest commen-j scene talons. The idea propagated 1 tremendous was that visiting personalities potential matinee from show business and other!in fact, become well known, fields would heighten video) And now it is announced that audience interest. la play he has written will be Actually, the games are j broadcast on the non-cornrner- handled very capably in allcial Video network this coming I season. | He also will direct the play, which is entitled "Me," and which, according to a press release, "deals with the effect of a mentally retarded boy on other members of his family." The play will be a production of the non-commercial network's series of often-notable presentations, "Hollywood Television Theatre." Are Performers Real People? Storms Cover By DICK KLEINER (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) DEAR DICK: I read in the paper about Urn Mlnnclll falliag in lovs with Peter Sellers and breaking off her engagement to Desi Antaz Jr. Do those things really happen or does same press agent invent It ail?-THOMAS VAN AFXYN, Philadelphia. Ask Dick Kleiner Faces in the Crowd TEEN DANCE VIOLA Opera House SUN., JULY T 7:30-10:30 Music By: JOSHUA QUILL II Former Beatle John Lennon, sporting a short haircut, and his wife Yoko Ono, were among the spectators yesterday at the Watergate hearings in Washington. At the witness table was John Dean III. The hearings are becoming one of the most popular tourist attractions in Washington, according to reports. UNIFAX Enter Ms. Linda Lovelace, A Film Star Is Born The average American last year ate 18 pounds of ice cream. DANCE SAT., JUNE 30 9:30-12:30 American Legion Post # 136 MONMOUTH, ILL. Music By: "The Shammons" Kitcheta Open For Regular Meals EVERETT'S TAP Wataga, Iff. FRIDAY & SATURDAY The Country Gentlemen & The Girls By FRANK S. SWERTLOW NEW YORK (UPI) - There was MM and BB. Now there's LL. And the star is born. "Oh, hi," said Linda Lovelace as she emerged from her bedroom wearing a slinky peek- a-boo dress. "Pleased to meet you." Miss Lovelace is the star of Deep Throat," the movie that made stag films chic. Throat was a low-budget film about a girl with bizarre physical attributes. Its star says it has so far grossed $9 million, despite some difficuj- Blue Angel SATURDAY Lov-N- Country ties with the law. A judge in New York banning the film from a theater where it did land-office business, said, "Deep throat is one throat that deserves to be cut." "Oh, those guys are just a bunch of fuddy-duddies," Linda said, draping her graceful figure over a chair in the elegant Plaza Hotel. Despite the closings in New York and elsewhere, the film is still being exhibited in some 200 theaters across the country and a sequel, "Deep Throat II," was made last January. EAGLES CLUB 74 N. CHAMBERS ST. SATURDAY, JUNE 30 The Green River Boys & A Girl Members 50c Guests $1.00 Till 9 PM After 9 75c & 1.50 DANCING 8:30-12:30 DISTRICT No. 5 MEETING SUN., JULY 1 — 2 PM "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity Featuring JONNA RAYE Friday ELKS FAMILY BUFFET FRI. and SAT. SPECIAL His & Hers T-Bone $7.50 His & Hers Catfish $5.00 Rib Eye $2.25 PLUS TAX Baked or French Fries Large Salad KNOTTY PINE TAP "People have been repressed and they always wanted to do what I do," said the 22-year-old Miss Lovelace. Linda, a sparkle-eyed brunette, shared Suite 869 on a recent promotional trip to New York with her manager, Chuck, who has been her companion for four years and has been involved with the pornography business since 1962. He also keeps two bodyguards looking after her. "Well, she does have some eager fans and we need two men to protect her," he said. Linda met Chuck after she graduated from Maria Regina High School, a Catholic school in the Westchester County town of Hartsdale, N.Y., where she lived with her parents. Her real name is Lovelace. After a stint as a still photographer and a model, Linda did Throat. Since then she has been touring the country promoting her self and the film. "I have a nightclub act in Las Vegas and I'm going to Nashville to cut a record," she said. Although her singing career has been restricted to a few serenades in the shower, she did train for Throat. "It took me two months to get my lines down," she said. Whether this fame leads to fortune is something else, but it has led to an autobiography, "Inside Linda Lovelace" and a line of upcoming commercial items: Lollipops, candy bars, underwear, toilette articles, etc. She believes her performance is contributing to the mental health of a puritanical nation. "A lot of people want me to open up clinics and schools. Really! Why some doctors and psychiatrists have thanked me for what I've done," she said. DEAR MR. VAN ALLYN: Sure, they really happen, Actors are human, after all, and I bet there havo been cases of broken engagements in your circle in Philadelphia, too. They may happen more among actors and actresses because these are childish, over-emotional people to begin with, and they don't have the emotional control you and I have. (And I'm not so sure about you). DEAR DICK: Does Lucille Ball's husband do anything?— RUTH GALAN, New Haven, Conn. DEAR MISS GALAN: Gary Morion, Lucy's husband, is the executive producer of her series. It leaves him a lot of time to play golf. DEAR DICK: How many "Planet Of the Apes" pictures have there been, and will there be any more?—GARY MILLER, Sarasota, Fla. DEAR MR. MILLER: There have been five, counting the one currently in release—the original, then "Beneath the Planet Of the Apes," "Escape From the Planet Of the Apes," "Conquest Of the Planet Of the Apes," and now the fifth, "Battle For the Planet Of the Apes." This will bo the last. Producer Arthur P. Jacobs, who has done them all, says no more. But don't be surprised if it winds up a TV series next fall. DEAR DICK: Is there any truth to the rumors that Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton are splitting up?—MABEL TERRANI,Pt. Worth. DEAR MISS TERRANI. With people as volatile as Taylor-Burton, there are always rumors. And they have their scraps, but mutual friends tell me they are still solidly married. After all, when a girl has a hobby—pasting diamonds in her scrapbook—and a boy has a girl like Liz, where could they find anything better? DEAR DICK: Will Grace Kelly ever make another movie?—GRACE KELLY TOOHEY, Miami. DEAR MISS TOOHEY: I can understand, from your name, why you are curious about that other Grace Kelly, her nibs, the Princess. Every once in awhile, a whisper comes out of darkest Monaco to the effect that Grace will do this role or that one. So far, the whispers haven't materialized. She's done some TV narration, that's all. But I wouldn't be surprised if someday she takes a movie role. Nothing definite in the works at the moment, but my hunch is she will do a part. DEAR DICK: Why does Mary Tyler Moore use all three of her name? It sounds so affected to me.—PAUL HOUGHTON, Santa Fe, N. M. DEAR MR. HOUGHTON: It's not affection at all, it's simply that she felt Mary Moore sounded a little blah. Rather than change her name, when she started her career, she decided to go with her full name. Can you imagine any show !Figures of Man Sculptor Malvina Hoffman made a group of 101 figures showing the races of man. Her collection is in the Hall of Man of the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. called The Mary Moore Show Missionary Work Topic for Raritan Church's Society RARITAN — Mrs. Catherine Corzatt showed slides of missionary work in Kentucky when members of the Women's Missionary Society at Raritan Reformed Church held their June meeting at the home of Mrs. Mamie Sanderson. Mrs. Blanche Cook was assisting hostess. Mrs. Rebecca Lauver led devotions, and Mrs. Esther Cortelyou gave the spiritual thought for the day. Mrs. Bertha Duncon hosted the Victory Club's June meeting. Mrs. Joyce Arnold, president, conducted the meeting,! when members approved a $10' donation to the ambulance fund Recent guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Reuben Ongma were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ludens, Oostburg, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fredricks, Ripon,! Calif., and Frank Woomer, Ft.' Lauderdale, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Dewain Regner, St, Louis, Mo., were recent guests at the homes of Mrs. Loren VanDoren and Mrs. Ray mond Geacham. getting an audience? East Coast, Plains States By United Press International Thunderstorms rumbled over the eastern half of the nation and the High Plains early today, and scattered portions of Uic Far West reported similar stormy conditions. Showers or thundershowers continued from the eastern sectors of the Mississippi Valley to the East Coast. The heaviest activity early today was over the Tennessee Valley. Hailstones nearly an inch in diameter fell at Maxine, Ala., late Wednesday. A tornado was reported in lower Michigan about 70 miles northwest of Detroit. Thunderstorms over the mountains of Colorado pushed into the Plains of western Kansas and southwest Nebraska today. A tornado was reported in Kansas* Finney County. Scattered thundershowers were active over the mountains of New Mexico, Wyoming, Monta'na, and the central intermountain region. Heavy fog, rain and drizzle persisted along the northern Atlantic Coast. Local areas of heavy fog also were scattered along the West Coast. Hot weather continued in the desert Southwest Wednesday with temperatures approaching 120 degrees. Temperatures remained around 100 in the early morning hours today. Now Playing thru Sat. The Story of Lolly Madonna ROD STEIGER JEFF BRIDGES One Show Each Night at 7:30 CHILDREN 60c—ADULTS $1.00 K O/u. ERR U N O XV ILL OPEN 7 PM NOW SHOWING! Shows 7:15-9:25 PM SAT.-SUN. 30-3:40 50 - 8 P.M. A BOND FILM YOU'LL TRULY ENJOY JAMES II ilBM _ JAN FLEMING'S | UVEAND LETDIE II [PGl <S5» — STARTS FRIDAY — FIT mMsm ENDS TONIGHT "CABARET" CINEMA I & II ' J.-I (., AHLANi — N Htindvt -or, Sf CAU C ,BURJC i-\2 022 I STARTS FRIDAY ROSS HUNTER'S m^m^i 'fAwk byBUWBACHARACH • Lv*» by HAl DAVID j TONIGHT "CHARLOTTE'S United Artists Shows 7-9:10 Can You Beat This Pair? A Film Bound to Win an Academy Award. Ue Marvin & Ernest Borgnine meet In tire fight of the centtii EMPEROR OF THE NORTH POIE (XXORBYttllJXl* OPEN At 8 P.M. NOW! TWO GREAT FILMS . .. The Most Exciting of the Year.., T SHOWS At DUSK .PLUS The Not-So- Perfect Crime Game Really A Riofl Hot Rock ' v.v •J

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