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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 9, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Hot Lips pack up set LOS ANGELES AP Hot and all the other denizens of the 4077th are packing their duffel bags and heading After 11 years theyre shutting down the Korean It means goodbye to one of the most honored and most popular television shows of all MASH was in the Top 10 for nine out of the 11 years it on Its on the air in reruns and It has won the Peabody and Humanitas numerous Golden Peoples Choice and 12 The final scene for MASH will probably be filmed this After the series will shut down production at 20th CenturyFox The last original a twohour movie in which the Korean War ends and they all go will be telecast on CBS on The show goes into reruns after Theyre filming out of so the last show filmed will not be the last one Its been a long time and its a bit tersweet says Burt the bearded executive In a way its like life imitating The group of people in Korea went through an intense In the final episode the war is theyre saying goodbye and going their separate real life you have a group of and others saying goodbye and going their separate So the final show has added meaning to the Its going to mean goodbye for the actor in real life as Loretta who is Margaret Hot Lips and Alan who is Benjamin Franklin Hawkeye are the only remaining members of the original Swit Im going to miss those people Im going to feel I took Margaret as far as I On the other Im excited about the future of rny Everyone says M A S H will be a hard act to Everyone agrees with that The final twohour episode takes place during three weeks in July It starts just before the end of the war and ends with everyone going More than that Metcalfe doesnt want to Why did millions of Americans take M ASH to heart Metcalfe It was an incredibly lucky and unique blend of chemistry in terms of the actors and the creative It was an attitude of not doing a conventional Not doing wacky doctors at the We were all determined from the outset we wouldnt cater to that even if we went down in Once we got the Vietnam War came into play in that we were able to strike a chord in the Not that the Korean War 25 years earlier was We made a clear But the audience They saw the the antiwar the humanity and the Entertainment Top Ten Records AP The following hits for the week ending January 15 as they appear in next weeks issue of Billboard Copyright Billboard Reprinted with HOT SINGLES Under Men At Work Columbia Girl Is Mine Michael Jackson Paul McCartney Epic Laundry Don Henley Asylum Daryl Hall John Gates RCA Healing MarvinGaye Columbia Toni Basil Radialchoice Toto Columbia Come to Me Patti Austin Qwest the Casbah The Clash Epic Dionne Warwick Arista TOPLPs As Usual Men At Work Columbia For Speed Stray Cats EMI America Daryl Hall John Gates RCA Nervous Pat Benatar Chrysalis Richie Lionel Richie Motown Led Zeppelin Swan Song Love Marvin Gaye Columbia Michael Jackson Epic Rock The Clash Epic After Dark Tom Petty The Heartbreakers BackstreetMCA COUNTRY SINGLES Going Where the Lonely Go Merle Haggard Epic Our Last Date Emmylou Harris Warner Nothing Ever Happened Sylvia RCA 4 Talk to Me Mickey Gilley Epic God for Kids The Oak Ridge Boys Dreams Ronnie Milsap Cant Even Get the Blues Reba McEntire Mercury You Charly McClain Epic Candy Christmas Dolly Parton RCA Del Rey George Strait MCA HvraldZcitung January 10A Another voice in the holler VAN AP Shes no coal miners even though she lives near Butcher Holler where country star Loretta Lynn was In Hermalee is the daughter of an unem ployed factory worker who toils in the family grocery But her singing career is following a trail Hot unlike the one that took her famous Miss to the I toured with her off and on for four or five Hermalee Id go out on stage and sing a couple of songs before she came then Id step back and sing harmony with who is believes she is slightly ahead of the pace sot by her aunt in her climb to country music Although shes never had a record pressed by a major recording Hermalee lias been nominated twice in the Music City News Awards at Nashville as one of the mostpromising country female 1 had a recording session a couple of months ago and we distributed the records to some but we havent heard who is married to Orville Lee uses only her first name as an She was named after her Herman who is Miss Lynns The only thing I can figure is I was supposed to have been a Butcher where Miss Lynn was born and where Crystal another famous singing aunt of Hermalees spent the early years of her is in the rugged Appalachian mountain range Of eastern Kentuckys Johnson It is coal Hermalee was born in but her who were native made a permanent move to Van Lear in The Fields have a 6yearold Chad They live near the family grocery where Hermalee worked part time just after graduating from high Shes never been on the Grand Ole Opry in but she recently appeared at the Little Opry House in where she receivedtier first standing It tickled me to she Right Im in a position to sing what the people what they want to she Its not what I necessarily but Im going to dp I try to sing a variety of songs and I sing a lot of old country songs for older Hermalee has recently cut a demo record and hopes one of larger labels will pick it Both celebrity aunts tell Hermalee to be patient and success will Loretta reads palms and she told rne that its Hermalee Im going to make but its just going to take a little Crystal and Loretta never influenced me to do anything with it singing but they didnt try to influence me not They really just left it up to Nightlife TEXAS Country With Class SUNDAY BIG SCREEN FOOTBALL STARTING AT NOON of Noon TONIOHT THE KILLER What a bore Person Carol Kyle looks askance as her Ego Jonathan Hook gazes lovingly at himself in Windows Are Only Solid opening 13 for a twoweekend run at Circle Arts Tickets and reservations are available at Krause NewMasterpiecelacks life By FRED ROTHENBERG Associated Press NEW YORK AP The Good Soldier on public televisions Masterpiece Then lei Sunday is true to the style and spirit of the Ford Madox Ford novel on which it is But that may be its Some works come to life on the printed page and on This one falls flat on the small Ford employed a technique that Alistair the Masterpiece Theater describes as The story is not told in a linear or through it repeatedly jumps back and offering different character perspectives of the same A reader can chew on this literary but the TV viewer will find it Events seem to fly by in several without enough opportunity for The Good Soldier is more of a mood but without the kind of lyrical beauty that entranced viewers in Brideshead European high society in the early 20th cen with its stilted manners and hypocritical is the focus of The Good Two married one one meet each year at a German health They appear the embodiment of dignified never dropping their guard or their But behind this facade is a web of and the guilt that goes with living lies that satisfy private appetites and contradict public On the this has TV similar to Dynasty or Peyton But the characters never display They continually make pompous speeches and rarely connect on any THE DRIFTERS OF VICTORIA BEER BUST DANCE 12 til per person KEG BEER MILLER LITE LONE STAR EL FIESTA 735 IH 10 Saguin On area screens Brauntcx 290 San Antonio Tiail ul the Pink Pnnthei Show times 7 and 9 every with matinees at 2 and 4 Also Kiss Me Goodbye Nightly shows at and Sunday matinees at and Bargain price offered for earliest shows Sunday and Cinema Walnut Square Airplane II Show times and every Matinees today at and discount The Toy Shows at 7 and 9 every Weekend matinees at 3 and 5 In area clubs Heidelberg IH 35 west access road 610 Moonlight Texas the Killer Wolfgangs 295 San Antonio Jazz with Lyle Kirk on Clark Marshall on Tommy Marolte on drums and Bill Knight at the Restaurant t Bar DINIM11AM1IFM SHRIMP CATFISH DAILY LUNCH 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