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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - June 18, 1990, Kokomo, Indiana Entertainment June Today is the 169th day of 1990 and the 91st day of spring Todays history On this day in 1815 Napoleons troops were defeated at the Battle of Waterloo Todays birthdays Mar shall actor Sylvia Porter journalist Sammy Cahn songwriter DonaldKeene literary critic Tom Wicker journalist Roger film critic Paul McCartney singer Carol Isabella Hossellini Todays quote One of the soundest rules I try to remember when making forecasts in the field of economics is that whatever is to happen is happening Sylvia Porter Todays moon Between last quarter June 16 and new moon June Outdoor drama BATTLE GROUND Ind The Battle of Tippecanoe Outdoor Drama is the story of a conflict between men and between cultures It is the story of one people trying to grow and prosper and another trying to preserve tradition and the past Performances for the second season open Tuesday and will con tinue until Aug 26 Curtain time is For ticket reservations or fur ther information contact the Bat tle of Tippecanoe Outdoor Drama Post Office Box 1811 Battle Ground Ind 47920 or call 800422 1811 production INDIANAPOLISBeef Boards Dinner Theater will pres ent Three Dog Night in one dinner show June 26 For tickets and in formation call 8729664 The din ner theater is located at 9301N Michigan Road Opens 1990 season WEST LAFAYETTE Ind Purdue University Professional Summer Theater will open its 1990 season with The Boys Next Door by Tom Griffin Performances will be this week at 8 oclock nightly through Saturday with a 3 matinee performance Saturday in the Ex perimental Theater There is no performance tonight Tickets cost for students and senior citizens and for others Chamber concert MUNCIE Ind The Summer Chamber Music Festival at Ball State University continues Thurs day in Pruis Hall The concert will include Songs Opus74 by Frederic Chopin Sonata No 3in C minor for Violin and Piano Opus 45 by Edvard Grieg Songs by Richard Strauss and Larghetto in E flat major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The concert is open to the public without charge Hosts music group MULBERRY Mulberry Lutheran Home is celebrating 60 years of service for the elderly with a benefit concert by the musical group For the last two years One has been touring with Sandi Patti on her world tour The concert is Friday M at the Long Center 111 North 6th Lafayette Tickets cost For information call 2962911 Summer art workshop Patriotic show GREENWOOD Ind Green wood Players DinnerTheater at Jonathan Byrds will open their patriotic production All Ameri can Revue at 7 June 27 with repeat performances at 1 June 28 and 7 shows June 28 and 29 Adult tickets are children under 12 with a group rate of 20 or more available Ticket covers buffet dinner show tip and Reservations and tickets are available by calling 8852320 Tour has openings NASHVILLE Tenn The Cur rent Broadway Theater Tour to Broadway Aug 410 has extended openings for new members until after July 4 The extension is because the quality of this years plays may not have been apparent to many until the Tony Awards show The itinerary includes best seats in the house for City of Angels and Grand Hotel as well as Lettice and Additional shows will be selected from the remaining roster of Tony winners and time is set aside for members to customize the tour by in cluding offerings of their own choice Over the years a number of Kokomo people have joined the tour many on repeated occa sions Those interested may write to Dr John Masters director at the tours general office 063 Overton Lea Road Nashville Tenn 37220 or call 8007676162 Josh McMahan left and Beth Edison above were two of 48 students from Howard and Northwestern Elementary Schools who participated last week in an art workshop at Northwestern High School Instructors were Leslie McCarthy Jane Sisk and Mike Young The workshop ended with an open house for the public last Friday morning Tribune photos by Susan Goff Monday Evening MacNeilLehrer Newshour Metropolitan Opera Presents Major League Baseball Cubs at Expos Sanford Movie The Shakiest Gun in the WesT K Copeland Morris Cerullo I c Wonderful World of Disney Oprah Winfrey Addams F Major Dad Gunsmoke Movie Movie The Judge Cosby Show Streets of San Francisco Oprah Winfrey Whos Boss nt Tonighl Live at Five ABC News NBC News Monday Evening Barnev Miller Movie Cry Freedom Contd Movie The Flamingo Kid Movie Stranger in My Bed Tonight Show Business Rpt Metropolitan Opera Contd Jump St Movie Buddy Holly Story Movie Support Your Local Gunfighter National Geographic Explorer Worship Financial Sydney Gunsmoke Open Book Trapper John Movie The Flamingo Kid Contd Movie Stranger in My Bed TV update Anchors aweigh Its getting to the point that comics authors rock heroes and even mystics cant get on talk shows Too many news anchors are in the way ABCs Peter Jennings appeared last Wednesday on NBCs To CBS Dan Rather will ap pear Tuesday and Wednesday on NBCs Later With Bob Costas Deborah Norville of NBCs To has visited Late Night With David is sched uled for a Tonight visit Wed nesday Jane Pauley her predecessor on will visit Lettermans NBC show in July Shaw shifts Cable News Network anchor Bernard Shaw who has been co anchoring The International Hour at 2 EST shifts to prime time tonight as the new coanchor of the 7 Prime Shaw the bestknown of CNNs anchormen will continue anchor ing the onehour World Today with former Texas judge Car therine Crier That program starts at 5 EST Kokomo Tribune Monday June 18 1990 Deer Creek fair starts Thursday FISHERS Ind The Deer Creek Fair which starts Thursday and continues through Sunday will have a midway strolling en tertainment concerts by national entertainers food and sporting events There will be competition in professional polo parachuting waterskiing and jetskiing body building and more Participants will test skills in archery soccer frisbee a runwalk beach volleyball mountain and BMX bicycle racing and other sports Adults and children will take part in the official Guiness Book of World Records attempt at the worlds largest aerobic class or the fishing competition on Galyans Lake Members of the Indianapolis Colts Indiana Pacers In dianapolis Indians and In dianapolis Ice will lead clinics Indiana Music Awards a statewide band contest will feature the country band The Marlins of Jeffersonville Hotchos of South Bend and rock band Dress Left of Indianapolis Chuck Berry and Johnny Rivers are scheduled for a concert at 8 Thursday The Simpsons sponsored by WXIN59 and WZPL are to appear at 11 and Saturday and at 1 3 and Sunday Henry Lee Summer will be among the artists in the Q95 concert at 8 Saturday Admission is Children 5 and under are admitted free Advance sale discount coupons are avail able at all Dairy Queens Kroger Stores and Central Indiana Pizza Hut Restaurants Parking costs LUCKY BINGO NUMBER 00206000 Call if its yours Tonight in television ALL SHOWS otrone 6 PM 7 Metropolitan Opera Presents Der Ring Des Nibelungen Das Rheingold Richard Wagners cyclic opera Ring of the Nibelung opens with The a chronicle of the gnome Alberichs efforts to steal enchanted gold which could end the gods reign Part 1 of 4 In stereo 8 MacGyver MacGyver suspects a lumber baron of illegal stripcutting and murder R In stereo CO 8 Major Dad Hard feelings arise after Polly persuades the Major to coach Robins basketball team R In stereo CO 8 ALF After a visit from a psychologist ALF subjects the Tanners to a barrage of unwanted psychoanalysis R In stereo CO 8 WTTV Movie Cry Freedom Part 1 1987 Kevin Kline Denzel Washington Jr Sydney Sydney learns that a thief she sent to prison is out and is looking for her In stereo CO Hogan Fain ily Mark and Willie feud over a young woman Sandy takes up exercise R In stereo CO 9 Movie The Flamingo Kid 1984 Matt Dillon Richard Crenna In 1963 a Brooklyn plumbers son gets a job at a chic beach club and becomes enamored with the material trap pings of life In stereo CO 9 Murphy Brown Murphys resentful when Frank neglects their friendship in favor of his new girlfriend R In stereo CO Movie Stranger in My Bed 1986 Lindsay Wagner Armand Assante Left with total amnesia after a serious car accident a woman attempts to reestablish relationships with family members and piece her life back together Based on a true story In stereo CO Designing Women While modeling a fur coat at a fashion show Suzanne is injured by animal rights pro testors R In stereo CO 10 Newhart George has a shortlived romance with a woman possessing a large posterior R In stereo CO 10 Frontline A look at the problems facing teach ers in one Midwestern town CC Dave Thomas Comedy Show Dave Thomas is joined by fellow SCTV alumnus Catherine OHara for an evening of innovative comedy In stereo CO Tonight Show Guest host Jay Leno Scheduled actor Harry Hamluv cooking expert Julia Child musi cian Lenny Kravitz In stereo IhtMtrvs SHOW SI AH Ut f UHt b HM KOKOMO MALL I MILO AND OTIS Q 1 TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES PG CADILLAC MAN R DICK TRACY with Coiitir Ribblt PG BACK TO THE FUTURE III PG BIRD ON A WIRE PG13 TOTAL RECALL R THE COOK THE THIEF HIS WIFE t HER LOVER NR i PRETTY WOMAN R 1 No Suptt Sivir or Movltgoir Book lldulticctptidifttreRM ITS OUR BIRTHDAY BUT ITS YOUR TREAT MARKLAND MALL GREMLINS 2 FILM OF THE YEAR WILD VACKY AND THE NEW BATCH Hill HICK SHOWTJMES PARAMOUR PICTURE r t M Sean Connery Alec Baldwin HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER PG I APOiD ATTKACTlONl Toiicnsione Pictures ana SpicibeiQ ptesem Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman in ROLLER COASTER RABBIT TOUCHSTONE PlCluHiS f irffTw uxJ GI Uii u SEE DIRECTORY FOR SHOW TIMES JUNE U22 MONDAYFRIDAY At participating Dairy Queen Stores CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF TREATING YOU Dairy Queenstores are pioud sponsors of the Childrens Network Telethon which benefits local hospitals for children AM D Q Corp 300 E MARKLAND 2016 N 2130 W SYCAMORE 31 BYPASS 3545 S LAFOUNTAIN
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