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It ' Gdtiibyfa fttaistif'MdiL (Saitsbuffl, Monday, July 23, 1973 Fall TV Back on Schedule iyRtCKDUBROW WXLYWOOO (UPI) - NotM .Vfc ^'^gJ^fc ait**!*!^* bit w wnRn MGVIStUII Dy. „ NBC-TV, Mil had planned to fogr. Iti new Call Mason severtl weeks late because of Hfcs liWffit writers' strike, now Tttovittea In Revtew Mas gone hack to its original 10 starting data ... But though the strike la over, production delays It brought lor i number of shows that NBC-TV, Ilka the |thtr networks, will be offering aeries on A "staggered" s—that is, as they are for airing. In NBC-TV's case, some tries will be joining the oing program: schedule anywhere from one to three weeks Sgaite ... Once (the writers' strike "*ftas over, NBC-TV executives -were saying flatly that it was lllkely their organization would Ifoll back to the Sept. 10 starting data rather than let the ^opposition networks get a big Jnead start with the audience in *Rghe premiere season. ^•Regarding the early season arogran) gaps created by the "Wte arrival of some of its iftOwi, NBC-TV say*: "Specials and presentations of major feature films have hem scheduled in time periods where premieres of series have been delayed" ... On Saturday, Sept. 15, by the way, NBCTV will present the second network fund-raising telethon by the Democratic National Commit* tee, a five - and - a - half - hour nighttime broadcast in which major entertainers are expected to take part. NBC-TV says it will offer a one-hour Aug. 28 documentary dealing with "the rising incidence of medical malpractice suits leading doctors increasingly to practice defensive medicine to avoid such suits or defend themselves against dhem" ... Indicating a planned basic thrust of the documentary, ithe network adds in its announcement of the program: "Defensive medicine is characterized by excessive teats, excessive consultations with specialists, more office visits, longer hospital stays — all beyond what is clinically necessary. READ THE WANT ADS! m !*» m w a*' *» "we ~m ** .Mk Every Tuesday Night It LADIES NIGHT Ladles Cocktails 1^ Pf|CC from 8 P.M. on Dance To The Sounds of Centerpiece Sheraton Motor bin Tuesday Night Special DOLLAR DAY at Knotty Pine Top Wcfogc, 111. 375-9918 Swiss Steok „.™ $ 1.00 Baked Potato, Cole Slaw, Bread & Butter BEER & WINE SPECIAL — BEER — 6 PACK CANS Falstaff Stag Busch Old Style Drewerys $1.00 — WINE — BOONES FARM Strawberry Hill Wild Mountain Grape $1.00 Start Serving 4:30 PM JIM WYMAN WGIL'S FM Couutry Gentleman so a »T 12 IS 13 7 14 It IS • 14 12 17 sa 18 is 19 SI so St 21 21 22 11 23 s« 24 SI 31 ST 21 14 27 31 28 21 29 21 30 35 31 16 32 14 13 IS 14 40 It IT 31 so 37 38 39 „ 40 WGIL-FM COUNTRY SURVEY TW Tlilt ArlUI: 1 LOUISIANA WOMAN. MISSISSIPPI MAN —Lorelta Lynn * Conway TwUly S TOP OF THE WORLD —Lynn Andanen 3 SLIPPJN'AWAY —Jean Shopard 4 LORD. MR. FORD —Jerry Reed 5 NOTHING EVER HURT ME HALF AS BAD AS LOSING YOU <—George Jonei • IF TEARDROPS WERE PENNIES —Dolly Parion It Porter Wagoner 7 SOUTHERN LOVING -—Jim Ed Brown I DON'T FIGHT THE FEELINGS Or LOVE —Charley Pride 11 9 MR. LOVEMAXER —Johnny Paycheck 13 10 DREAM PAINTER —Connie Smith YOU'VE NEVER BEEN THIS FAR BEFORE —Conway Twltty DARLING YOU CAN ALWAYS COME BACK HOME —Jody Millet TOUCH THE MORNING —Don Glbeon TRIP TO HEAVEN —Freddie Hart KEEP ON LOVING ME —Jamey Ryan A GOOD LOVE IS LIKE A GOOD BONG—Bob Luman LOVE IS THE FOUNDATION -Loretta Lynn SHE'S ALL WOMAN —David Houston ir SHE JUST HELPS ME GET OVER YOU —Sonny Jawei TODAY WILL BE THE FIRST DAY OF THE REST OF MY UFE —Lawanda LIndaey THE CORNER OF MY LIFE —Bill Anderaon . I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT ITS ALL OVSR —SkMtor DavU YOU WERE ALWAYS THERE —Donna r*r«o THE GOOD OLD PAYS —Buck Owen* * Su»an Reye AMANDA -Den William* A WOMAN WITHOUT A HOME ^Stellar Brothers KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS—Tammy Wynetie TILL I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE -Andre, Villta THE LOVING OF YOUR LIFE —Penny DeHaven OLD FAITHFUL —Tony Booth SHENANDOAH —Charlie McCoy ITS A MAN'S WORLD —Diana Trait BAD, BAD LEROY BROWN—Anthony Armatrons Jones YOU REALLY HAVEN'T CHANGED —Johnny Carver WOULD YOU WALK WITH ME JIMMY-Arlcne Harden AM I THAT EASY TO FORGET —Jim Reeves HELLO TROUBLE —Kent Gordon SPOKANE MOTEL BLUES/WATERGATE BLUES —Tom T. Hall KID STUFF -Barbers Felrchild SATISFIED MIND —Boy Druil PICK HITS THIS WEEK FROM WGIL-FM NASHVILLE -R»y Stevens SUNDAY SUNRISE —Brenda Lee FEATURED ALBUMS OF THE WEEK FROM STEREO 95 THANK YOU FOR TOUCHING MY LIFE -Tony Doug u DREAM PAINTER -Connie Smith Country Jim Is Back From Vacation!!!!!!! Hear Him Monday thru Friday 6 AM till 10:15 AM One Million Movie Censors Put Worry To Film Makers By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA)—Next . big problem for the movie I business - and it's t corker - is what to do now that the Supreme Court has decided every community has the right to censor its own movie show- amV^emmmmmememaaemmmemmmeme The Lively Arts You can imagine what havoc this is causing around town. As one producer put it, exaggerating somewhat, "There are now one million censors and we have to try and please them all." What it boils down to is this: the movie comapnies are scared to make anything ex* cept family films, lest some of these local censors take it upon themselves to cancel showings. The ruling already is taking Its toll. At a recent party, I talked with Arthur Hiller, the man who made "Love Story" and "The Man Of LaMancha," among many others. He says he had been preparing to film Last Exit From Brooklyn,' a story with a homosexual theme. "The day after the court's decision was announced," Hiller says, "the money for the picture dried up. It may still go, but I doubt it. I'm looking around for somethig else — something noncontroversial." While I don't approve of pornograrphy, the decision may mean we'll be getting very little for the next 10 yean or so except Jurie*m6on- gpeon and Disney-dog movies. Be prepared. t talked to Ltv Ullmsnn about the TV series she did with Ingmar Bergman for Swedish television. It's called "Six Faces of a Woman," and it's a six-parter about a marriage. Liv says that it is such a huge hit in Stockholm that every Wednesday night, when it is shown, the streets are deserted. Everybody's home watching. Gilbert O'Sullivan made the mistake of scheduling a concert in Stockholm on a Wednesday night. Only 200 people showed up. Tasked whether it might be shown here, and Liv doubts it - she thinks it's "too talky" for American TV. But she thinks Bergman may cut the six episodes down and release it as a feature film. Joey Bishop has moved out of his Hollywood home and bought a place down the coast in Newport Beach. He says the move was only to bring him closer to his boat — he recently discovered the joys of sailing. Some of his close friends say they think it's the first step toward retirement. THE PSYCHIC STARS: Jo Anne Worley The comedienne was very Jo Anne Worley close to her grandmother. Jo Anne was in California when her grandmother died, back home in Lowell, Ind. They called Jo Anne to tell her. Jo Anne hung up the phone. She was crying so hard she couldn't see. For some reason, she groped her way to the bookcase, pulled a book from the shelves and sat down. When her tears dried, she looked down at the book, and found she had opened it to a passage about death. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Help From a Friend HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Michigan lost a prospective Princess Anne has her number fixed on her arm by her doctor and television gained a fiance Lt Mark Phillips, as she prepares to ride her horse police chief when actor Rick "Doublet" in the Combined Open Championship yesterday in switched his studies from in Hickstead, Sussex, England. The princess went on to win pr e-med to theatrical arts at the event. UNIFAX ,the University of Michigan. Lenz, whose demeanor brings ' Actor Forsakes Medicine For TV Cop tt At T MT ^ T% /TTTVTV . 1 e» • a _ . • YES! Our Kitchen Is Optn Monday Nights SPECIAL Rib-Eye .'1.69 Knotty Pine Tap WATAOA, ILL. Simibad the Sailor lived in Sinaf, a prosperous port of the 19th Century situated on the Persian Gulf in what is now Iran. READ THE WANT ADS! MARTI ES 57 S. Cherry St. CLOSED for VACATION MONDAY SPECIAL PIZZA All You Con Eat (4 28 Sausage or Cheese I Per Parson ""•TUESDAY '• VEAL PARMESAN Buy 1 Get 1 Free J, Hie place io ao lor a family el lun" 1824 N. Henderson St. Phone 343-0213 FAMILY DAYS EVERY TUESDAY Bring Someone You Love Bring Everyone Y OL > Love *1.39 YOU GET juicy, tender, 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 N. HENDERSON ^ y ~ z ' "£ - NO TIPPING to mind the young Jimmy Stewart, plays Police Chief Oliver B. Stamp in the "Hec Ramsay" series in which he costars with Richard Boone Rick's father, Dr. Charles Lenz, continues to practice medicine in Jackson, Mich. For several years Rick worked as a director, then acting became an obsession. In a dozen or more years Rick appeared in 40 to 50 plays on Broadway, off- Broadway, regional theaters and stock. He moved to Hollywood only a year and a half ago with his EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY! Ours is every Tuesday... when "Coney" goes That's right. Our original and fimous Coney Dog is only 15c every Tuesday. It's a wiener, golden bun, chili, end chopped onion Coney Dog combination, What • way to put on the Dog I Over S.S06 wife, actress Jessica Rains, daughter of the Iste Claude Rains. They are the parents of Abigail, 3. One of Rick's adjustments to California living is permanent storage space for his wide assortment of suits. "I began feeling funny about being the only guy in a group wearing a suit of clothes," he says. "I never thought I'd feel overdressed in a sports jacket either. I don't even wear them anymore. I go out for an evening and wear sports shirts and sweaters like everyone else." Despite the better financial recompense from movies — "Scandalous John" and "How Do I Love Thee" — and television, Rick prefers the theater. "I'm realty hung up on the stage," Rack concludes. "I'd go anywhere for almost no money to act on the stage/ Culm Girl Queen In Fulton County Kathy Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Long, Cuba, has been selected Fulton County pork queen. The selection was made during a dinner meeting of the Pulton County Pork Producers' banquet held recently at Hi'da's Pantry, Lewlstown. Nancy Beatty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beatty, Avon, was named first runner- up, and Maryann Nelson, Table Grove, was named second runner-up. A piebald horse has a black coat with white spots. Eastvwod Dirty Harry 4e> PANAVISION (I |e9 PANAVISION*] Wirntr Br«i„ A Kinney eompimy, TECHNICOLOR SHOWS AT 7:00 -PLUS- FONDA I DONALD • • „„_ SUTHERLAND _ in an alan j oakuia §WJtmmtk^M eonavijion* technicolors SHOWS AT 8:50 Kid Blue II SHOWS AT 7:30 PLUS w7n THE FRENCH CONNECTION COLOR BY DE LUXE* SHOWS AT 9:15 CLOSED Will Re-Open Sat., Aug; The EARL 11 Knoxville THIS COUPON IS WORTH Toward The Purchase of I tow mm mm mm I BRING IN COUPON ON MON.-TUES.-WED. I Two fantastic Shrimp dinners for a real special price! I Order a golden fried Shrimp Dinner at regular price. • GET 70c OFF ON THE SECOND ORDER with this cou- I ponl Bring a friend and come on over and enjoy your- I self! | OFFER EXPIRES ON SEPT. 1, 1973 I LONG JOHN SILVERS • 1545 N. HENDERSON, GAIESBURO, ILL. I Drive-in restaurants LINCOLN ST. A&W 1199 LINCOLN ST. THIS COUPON £ f\ IS WORTH OUC Toward the Purchase of LONG JOHN SILVER'S CLAMS BRING IN COUPON ON MON.-TUES.-WED. Want two great.clam dinners at a special savings? Buy one dinner (golden, sweet Friqd Clams, Chips, Cole Slaw and Tartar Sauce) at regular price. GET 60c OFF ON THE SECOND ORDER with this coupon! Bring a friend and come on over and enjoy yourself! OFFER EXPIRES ON SEPT, 1, 1973 LONG JOHN SILVERS 1545 N, HENDERSON, GALESBURG, ILL. NOW thru WED.! Matinee At 1:15 Only Evenings At 6 :30 - 9 PM . WALT DISNEY'S GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT! I JULII iNDREWt • VAN OYKI TECHNICOLOR* ®«» umut to tutu* vim oBTtnimw co, me. 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