Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 10, 1973 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 10, 1973
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Golfsbuffl Register-Moil, Galesburg, Picking Production Company's Name Problem for Brolin Friday, Aufl, 10 # 1973 5 By VERNON SCOTT HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - james Brolin, Robert Young 's co-star on the "Marcus Welby, MP," television series, is World of Entertainment forming hte own production company but he's stuck for a name. Maybe you can help. "I should run a contest," Brolin suggested in frustration, "I've been trying to dome up with a good corporate name that would have some signifl canoe for me and the people who see our movies." Show business corporate names aren't as simple al in the old days of Universal, Warner Bros., Fox, MOM and Paramoutn. today John Wayne's outfit is NOTICE WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATION Monday, Ann. 13 thru Saturday, Aug. IS Will Reopen Monday, Aug. 20 The Little King People of Galesburg THERE WILL BE NO BEEF SHORTAGE 1661 N. HENDERSON The Huddle Lounge- PRESENTS THE RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE EVER POPULAR WAYNE CHAPMAN One of the Country's Finest Organists For Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure. (TUESDAY THRU SUNDAY - 7 P .M. TILL MIDNIGHT) 1487 N. Henderson St. '**)«,»' ant Pit BdtJU'i It "CoogoMooga." Have McQueen 's ctfljttfty ii "Solar" and dint fiejKrs Is "Mai- peso." "Sumlanoe" tefrttp to nwnn iwnra> on neynons haa«'B.R." "M*5rbe 'CoogaMooga' has some meaning for Pat BOOM but it doesn't make seme to me," said the serious, darkly handsome Brolin who has moved from television to movies with "Skyjacked" and "Weaworld," "I'd like to have something plain and simple like lite Movie Co.* But it's already registeredto P*ter Bog' denovioh. Hie outdoor sounds 1 of •Santa Fo Productions/ 'Cougar Productions' or 'Stole* coach Productions' appeal to me. But men everyone would tfimk t was doing only "1 thought about 'Nietoslodeon Company' and lite Great American Movie Co./ 'The Hollywood Trucking Co/ But then you're getting into hippie abstractions Co.'" like 'The Flick headaches of finance organization to otters? I and I Jim has toyed with the idea of combining the first Initial of his name, with those of his wife Jaw and son Josh for "Three J Productions" or some suck "Vd prefer sune imaginative name," Brolin said. "A good name can stimulate me as well as the public." Brolin was asked why he chose to plunge into the abyss of corporate frustrations. Why doesn't he Just work for a generous salary and leave the Moonshine, Murder, Music Among Movie Attractions "Because 1 love to take chances/' he replied. "I gam* bled when t began making movies during the hiatus of the television show. But it worked out. "t find a lot of people in control of making movies who are incompetent. Either they get 'trippy' with films and go with trends or they're out of touch with the public. As the head oi my own corporation I could choose the sort of pictures I want to make. I already have." VJfl univF IN, IV* | Open • * Shows ot Dusk I Now Showing! I 'BONNIE and CLYDE' WERE AMATEURS J COMPARED To DttJLtNGER! Moonshiners, murder, mu* sic and monkeys NgMfeht ttao week's movies In Gales* burg. Burt Reynolds me elf up MM! MUMS nWrWIILBI SU rnoonshnen In "White Lightning." In the seme vein as "Deliverance" with the crafty he-man and tots of action. Rated PG, at die Orpheum. "The Last of Sheila" is a mystery film with an ali-srtar cast, headed by Richard Benjamin, James Gobum and Ra- quei Welch. Written by Stephen Sondheim, Broadway's wonder boy, and Anthony Per- 1 kins, who is best remember*' ed as the paythouc killer in "Psycho." At the West, rated PG. Cmerna It knows a good ding when It snares one and to holding'T %a Saand of Mode" over another week. A family movie about the singing frapp family, starring Jutie Andrews. Cinema I also held its offering over, "Battle for the Planet of the Apes." It is the last (hopefully) chapter in the series of "ape" films. You are asked to believe that a nuclear holocaust has destroyed oiiviltea- ttort and only the apes and some unfriendly mutants have survived. Both raited G. Warren Oates plays a folk hero of the 30's, "DUltager" and George Hamilton playe a oofUoiiUMory ttxiB • "EvelKakval." "DUUoger" Is rated R. Both showing at the Galesburg Drive-Ih. CLOSED Will Re-Open NEXT WIIK Tha EARL Knaxville MARTI ES 57 $. CHERRY ST. Re-Opening MONDAY, AUG. 134 Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1*73 March 21 to April 20 (Aries)-* Expand efforts to encompass areas not heretofore trod but whose fields are fertile. Play cards "close to the vest," however, so as not to disclose plans' to the opposition. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus)— Some past agreements may have to be strengthened, perhaps revised. Competition should enliven the day nicely. Be responsive to new ideas. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)— Mercury, in favorable aspect, enlivens this day. Strategic moves, agile footwork, taking calculated risks will be harbin gets of high scoring. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— A spectai way of saying the right thing at the right time will pay. Be cognizant of "tricky" situations and handle July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo)More restraint man usual may be needed to improve your chances for gain now. Don't rush into activities heedSeasiy Plan and prepare well. Aug. 24 to Sept. 21 (VTrgo)- Mixed influences. Question and investigate where there is mar gin for error. Do not accept suggestions blindly. And do not expect metre than is reasonable Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (LibraO- Enlrust your affairs only to the trustworthy if you MUST put them into other hands but, where possible, handle what you can yourself. Curb emotions. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) —Some misleading influences. Carefully screen new acquaintances and don't let even the best of friends impose on your good nature. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — An excellent day for cutting financial losses, streamlining your affairs generally. But do nothing impulsiivefly. Careful deliberation needed. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —Friends will be in a mood to discuss the future — theirs and yours. A conscious effort to be cooperative will pay big dividends. Jan. 21 to Feb. II (Aquarius) A business idea put to you in the forenoon wil be worth consideration. On the personal side, evening activities could produce a strain. Don't overtax yourself. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —A good day for advancing your ideas. Superiors widi be in a receptive mood; may even completely re-evaluate — and show great appreciation of your abilities. YOU BORN TODAY are a dynamic, ambitious and versa' individual, but extremely self-willed. There are many fields in which you could sue ceed, but the theater will be the moot satisfying outlet for your talents — either as a playwright, actor, director or producer; as a dramatic critic, tox Other area3 which may appeal to you: the law and statesmanship, medicine or ed ucation. You are extremedy idealistic and humanitarian in your impulses, but do try to curb a susceptibility to flattery. Birthdate of: Gifcflord Pinchot U.S. statesman. Soccer Fans Dyeing Hair LONDON (UPI) - Soccer fans in some parts of England are dyeing their hair to match the colors of their favorite teams. "It is unbelievable how it has caught on," hair stylist David Richards said. Red stripes have been the most popular so far, he said, but one customer used purple, yellow and green together. FOR YOUR DINING & DANCING PLEASURE Appeoring Tuftdoy, Friday, Saturday ENTERTAINMENT BY RON CARROLL AND THE INN CROWD AT THE Sheraton Motor Inn "THI INN PLACE 1-74 At i. Main 343-7151 Flash Floods In Tennessee By United Press International Flash flood warnings were in effect early today for three counties east of Knoxville, Tenn., as torrential rains soaked the area. The National Weather service radar indicated slowly moving areas of heavy rains over a small portion of extreme eastern Tennessee early today. A few thunderstorms also were reported from Michigan into Illinois, throughout most of Kansas and along the Gulf and Southern Atlantic coasts. Humid weather hung over tha ^ I eastern third of the nation -[today but a slow-moving cold I front has brought some relief to the western Great Lakes and has brought cool, dry weather to the upper Midwest. Clear weather was the rule over the western portion of the nation, with the exception of some clouds, fog and drizzle along the Pacific Coast. • Early morning temperatures today ranged from 52 degrees at Laramie, Wyo., to 92 degrees at Phoenix. Ariz. DAHINDA LEGION FISH FRY Sunday, Aug. 12th Start Serving — 11 A.M. CATFISH - '2.50 2 Mile North of Appleton at Oak Run. The |M'fiMi4tf} Vfe qfapittBc enemy ILUNGHT WARREN OATES • BEN JOHNSON H*) «&> RftCfiEUE PHILLPS-CLURtS liACHMAN „ Color by MOVlElAB • Art AMERICAN iNTERNATIONArVIcture OBf PLUS EXCITING CO-HIT! Joe) SofontOf) fttoarifi GEORGE SUE HAMILTON-LYON. KMimhst ... the last of the darmdevllal NOW! THE NEXT I OPEN SHOWS NOW SERVING BISCUITS & GRAVY SATURDAY ONLY OPEN 5:30 A.M. -6:00 P.M. — MON.-FRI. OPEN 5:30 A.M.* 4:00 P.M. — SATURDAY Breakfast Served All Day MARY'S Restaurant CHERRY and SIMMONS ST. NOW SHOWING • MOVE fS 5>A .. A • m The mooti rlMmsd! *>tATHEFORTHI «KAMTOFTHIAPIS is*. I ORPHEUM ilAUII OPEN At 6:45 P.M. I HUH! SHOWS 7-8:55 P.M. I Sat. Sun. 1:30-3:20*5:10-7.8:50 EVENINGS 7:00 & 8:40 SUNDAY MATINEE — 2:00 ' It's A Booze-Running, I Motor-Gunning, Low-Breaking, | Hip-Shaking, Man-Teasing, I Woman-Pleasing, Fast-Acting * II Excitement! HELD OVER The wait is ow! ¥iu can thrill again to the happiest sound in all the world. i -^ANDREWS • ™™»PUJMMER I ROBERT VISE I BRNESTLJEHMAN WOURDRODCERS (SCAR HAMMERSTDN U COLOR net Uv EVENINGS — 7:30 SUNDAY MATINEE — 1:30 REYNOLDS ®M1

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