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6. JSetJestoi JtjpflisiNSfeMglL Gdl6sburg # HI, Thursday,. Mv26,_ .1973 Old Film Glamor Rarely Shines on TV HOLLVIfaC«)v(tJI»l) - The old Hcdlywtfod, und the glamor thai made the town famous, art represented on television chiefs ly by movie reruns. But then is mtlc otytafyle Hollywood gla­ mor in the weekly entertainment series on Che hometube. Televistoa In Review Video's primary goal in its regular weekly shows is to find a performer or vehicle that will wear well, rather than to seek a program that might be brilliant at times but erratic. This conservative outlook is Hideout Lounge LIVE MUSIC FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEATURING Luv-N-Country 9 P.M. - 1 A.M. based oh (be constant network search for shows that will guarantee some consistent and sizeable share of the audience— for sponsors. There is, of course, a good deal of glamor on video in the many special programs, and in some of the guest stars on regular series. And it is true that old-style, big name Hollywood luminaries are no guarantee of ratings success in their own weekly television shows. A number of these movie stars have failed in their series attempts, although usually because of a wrong dr inadequate program concept. In the end, however, regardless of the various reasons and qualifications, the fact is that very few weekly video stars radiate the kind of glowing charm and rare individuality that added up to a sense of glamor and romance in so many old movie Headliners. The few television stars who have these qualities are easy to pick out. They would Include, for instance, Dean Martin and NOTICE Eagles and Auxiliary "Galesbvg's Members F«teS" FRIDAY, JULY 27 ALMOST FREE FISH FRY 50* Per Plate START SERVING 6 P.M. ATTENDANCE AWARD AT 9:15 P.M. Lucille Ball. And Peter Falk, whose home screen "Columbo" character—an amiable, feisty, dumb-like-a-fox detective — would fit into any era of moviemaking end delight audiences. And Rock Hudson, who turned to video as a police commissioner in the "McMillan St Wife" series. And there is Raymond Burrone of the best movie villains for years, but now a television hero after starring in the "Perry Mason" and "Ironside" series. And, although Doris Day's weekly CBS-TV situation comedy wasn't so good, you have to give the lady credit for holding the video audience for a reasonable run with some of the same qualities that made her a major movie star for years. Dinner Theater Over Weekend The 1970 Tony Award winning comedy, Butterflies Are Free, will be presented in a dinner theater production by the Prairie Players July 27, 28 and 29 at the Sheraton Motor Inn. The cast includes Kitty Cannon, Michael Woods and Ann and Joe Kibitleski. James Calderone is the director. Seating is limited and the Saturday-performance is sold out. Advance reservations for the remaining performances are available at O. T. Johnsons, Lindstroms and the Sheraton Motor Inn. Beauty and Beast Closes on Beauty and the Beast Prairie Players' children's show, Beauty and the Beast, will be playing Saturday and Sunday at the Prairie Players Theater, 656 W. Losey St. The pliay is an adaptation of a left, David Infante as the Boy, Debbie Al- stedt as Beauty, Evelyn Hacker as the Girl classic children's story and features, from and Dan Bick as the Dwarf. Curtain time is at 1:30 and 3:30 p. m. Prairie Players* production of Beauty and the Beast this weekend closes the summer season of children's plays. The play is an adaptation of a favorite children's story. A handsome prince is cursed by a slighted lover who also happens to be a witch. He is turned into an ugly monster who terrorizes the neighborhood scaring young girls and eating whole sheep. The village beauty falls in love with the prince and must find a way to break the magic spelt. She is aided by a wacky witch who casts a spell that will either free the prince or make him die. Beauty is played by Debbie Alstedt, the Beast is John Ahnquist. Dan Bick plays a 300- year-old dwarf who doesn't look a day over 250. The strange witch, Sybil, Is played by Caroline Goltermann. Other cast members include Debbie Rickards, Evelyn Hacker, Bruce Lindstrom, David Infante and Sarah Miles Changed Since 'Cat Dancing' Rhubarb By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (NEA) — Maybe adversity is good for a, girl. At least, it seems to have been good for Sarah Miles. EVERETT'S TAP Wataga, III. FRIDAY & SATURDAY The Country Gentlemen" With "Baby Doll" FRI. and SAT. SPECIAL His & Hers New York Strip Steak $5.00 His & Hers Catfish ___$5.00 Rib Eye $2.25 PLUS TAX Baked or French Fries Large Salad KNOTTY PINE TAP Wataga, III. 375-9918 "Galesbnrg's Leading Fraternity" EAGLES CLUB 74 N. CHAMBERS ST. SATURDAY, JULY 28 For Your Dancing Pleasure TED LONG AND THE TOUCH OF VELVET Air Conditioned Ballroom Members 50c Before 9 Members 75c After 9 • Non Members 1.00 Before 9 Non Members 1.50 After 9 DANCING 8:30 • 12:30 LASAGNA ffflg DINNER per person Salad, Garlic Bread OLD TIME MOVIES ONLY 3 NIGHTS LEFT TO SEE The Carol St. Lawerehce Show You'll be royally ENTERTAINED by THE CAROL ST. LAWERENCE SHOW featuring popular vocals by Carol and her Guitarist, accompanied by a Jazz organist and a drummer. THE CAROL ST. LAWERENCE SHOW has performed for audiences in CHICAGO (Mr. Kelley's for 1 year), MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, HOUSTON, MONTREAL, LAS VEGAS and PITTSBURGH to name a few. STARTING NEXT MONDAY , , , The Frank & Frank Combo BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! ROUTE 150 NORTH Of GALESBURG "Th» plan to go tot •* family of fun" 1824 N. Henderson Phone 343-0213 ^1 i ^i ^TI t ) Prairie Players AND Sheraton Motor Inn Bring "DINNER THEATRE" To Galesburg PRESENTING Butterflies Are Free" JULY 20, 21 & 22 27, 28 & 29 DINNER 6:30 p.m. CURTAIN 8:30 p.m. Ticket* arc available at O. T. Johnson's, Lindstromi and Sheraton or Phone 343-7151 for Reservations. BIG OUTDOOR COUNTRY MUSIC STAGE SHOW At The PROGRESS SHOW ALEXIS, ILL. FRIDAY, JULY 27 One Show Only 8 p.m. Featuring THE MIDST ATE OPRY WITH UNDA CAS5AOY - BILL REEVES DUANE SORRELLS - TIM MORSS PAM HANNA and the MIDSTATERS Adults $1.50 Under 12 - 75c She's changed since that nasty business in Gila Bend, Ariz., during the filming of The Lively Arts "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing." Before all that she was flighty and acted strange and she admits it. "The last time I was here," she says, referring to her Friday ELKS FAMILY BUFFET Teen Dance Viola Opera House Sun., July 29 7:30 to 10:30 Rock n' Roll Boogie Band One of Iowa's Best visit to promote "Ryan's Daughter," "I was anti-gringo, because I didn't know any of you. That made me insecure and insecurity makes people act strangely." . NOW SHE SEEMS much more relaxed, more mature. She says it's because now she feels at home among Americans — so at home, actually, that she has bought a home in MaJdbu and plans to live here much of the time. It could be something more than merely feeling at home, however. Living through the nightmare of Gila Bend could very possibly have made her become more serious, which seems to have happened. She won't talk much about Gila Bend, about the suicide) of her manager, David Whiting, and the ensuing investigation which got a bit sticky. Alt she'll say is that it made the part in the picture much mode difficult and it already was difficult. SHE ALSO SAYS that she is more difficult and it already go on working — "When something like that happens, there are only two things you can do. You can either cower in the corner or you can go out and face the world." She's facing the world, obviously. No corner-cowering for Sarah. She's not that type. She gives the impression of being a frail little thing but she's steel. She says that as a girl at England's Roedean School 1 , she was a star athlete. She rode, she played tennis and lacrosse and cricket with such verve that she once broke another girl's leg. THAT BACKGROUND helped during the "Cat Dancing" filming. She did her own stunts. She had to fall off a horse three times, once landed on a pointed rock knee- first. They took 14 stitches in the knee and, after that, whenever she did anything the stitches popped open. Also making the part tough was that, for the first time, she signed a contract before she read the script. When she did read it, she says, her temperature rose. She loved the book and had had a fantasy about doing a western but the script was inferior to the book and they had to work on it every day. "Cat Dancing" and another Miles film were released at almost the same time. First put was "The Hireling," an English film and you get the feeling it's closer to her heart. One thing about it — no problems. Reputed Mobster Lansky Acquitted on Fraud Counts OWEN LOVEJOY DINNER THEATRE Brown Derby Restaurant HOLIDAY INN Princeton, 111. FRIDAY - SATURDAY JULY 27 - 28 4 Weekends Thru Aug. 18th •'NORMAN, IS THAT YOU?" Agonize With a Bewildered Father Whose Son Has A Limp - Wrist Friend and Whose Wife Has Run Off With His Brother. i ..fi0 pan PEMW Reservation Only PHONE 815-649-2931 NOW SHOWING MARQUEE MARINE DINNER THEATRE "The Star Spangled Girl'' Starring: Dan Mitchell, John Welsh, Wendy Croslln Directed by: Don Marin* AIR CONDITIONED July 27-28 August 3-4, 10-11, 17-18 $8.50 Per Per$on Your Host CHUCX FAVUS For Reservations Call 673-259$ Mon. thru Sat. 9-6 GOLD ROOM JEFFERSON HOTEL PEORIA, ILL. MIAMI , (UPI) — Reputed underworld financial wizard Meyer Lansky won another skirmish with the government Wednesday when a federal jury acquitted him of two counts of tax fraud. In '50 years of legal skirmishes, the ailing, 71-year-old Lansky has been convicted in federal court only once—and that sentence of a year and a day for contempt of a federal grand jury is under appeal. Lansky served three months in jail in New York for gambling in 1953, and has served several short sentences on other local charges, Lansky is free on $250,000 bond pending the appeal. After nearly four hours of deliberation the jury returned its innocent verdict to U.S. District Judge Joe Eaton, i Lansky, whose ailments include heart disease, hardening of the arteries and prostate trouble, had been allowed to go home and rest, in anticipation of a longer deliberation. Lansky and co-defendant Dino Cellini had been accused of conspiring to defraud the government of taxes. In addition they were charged by a grand jury in New York of filing false tax returns in 1967 and 1968. Cellini is a fugitive believed to be in Rome, and federal prosecutors have privately expressed doubt whether the offenses are indeed extradict- able. A female fly lays from 500 to 2,000 eggs which hatch and go through the larval and pupal stages in 10 to 12 days if the weather is warm enough. 13*8* ' PANAVISION*' Warner Bros., A Kinney Company TECHNICOLOR* SHOWS AT 7:00 NOW SHOWING - CKnt JANE FONDA DONALD oartovision*) lechnicolor® SHOWS AT 8:50 CINEMA I & II i .. . AKl ANi STAITS TOHOH0W ! B0DGERS-* ILAMMERSTHNV < IPffRTWiSE lU-nlutrf bf TWENTIETH CENTUftf-fOX COLORnDitru ANDREWS • «<«PLUMMER •LAST DAY! Kid Blue" & "French Connection' 'Kid Blue" * "French Connection" 7:30 3 Kirby Holland. The pl»y is directed by Ed Bant*. Technical crew for the production includes; Lee Farrar, costumes; Boh Hacker and Woody Agar, lights; Debbie Gardner, props, and Lee Hack* er, stage manager. Set design and construction is by Raleigh Barnstead. Curtain time for the play is 1:30 and 3:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29, at the Prairie Players Theater, 656 W. Losey St. Tickets are avail" able at O. T. Johnsons, Lind­ stroms, Burglands and the theater. Most fertilizers release nitrogen Into the aott go rapidly thai plants ana unable to use all oi it, says National Geographic. READ THE WANT ADS! CLOSED Will RfrOpen Sat., Aug. 11 The EARL Knoxvllle 0RPHEUM Open 7 Shew* 7:15-9:10| NOW SHOWING! UN IU SIMM *3tiM, Open 6:45 - Shews 7-8:55 1 Held Over 3rd Big Week LITTLE NINE YEAR OLD TATUM HAS STOLEN THE | HEARTS OF GALESBURG.. DONT MISS HER M™ A Paramount Reltt I] 8 — Shews at Dusk] FIST OF FURY MAN IS BACK Open NOW! BR/KI U E vltC M4STE* Of lusMH kitMqfuisWk TO btUAetyou up 4M(i kick yOU ApABT wiiU "THE CHINESE CONNECTION RATED.R -PLUS DEVIL COLOR

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