The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 24, 1978 · Page 38
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 38

Galveston, Texas
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Sunday, September 24, 1978
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County School Menus GALVESTON Breaklast Mi i\l).Vi Ho; iiu>t. fcr.imWed e^. -lly. juu-e. milk ITKSDAY : Owe*, 1 tiu?i . juice, milk \SKD\KSDAY Cinnamon roll, juice THURSDAY: Hash brown potaloes. hoi loasi. jolly, juice, milk FRIDAY: iiol biseuil. sausage, jelly. juire. milk Lunch ALL SEATS "SWDHIY, WHILE SHOOTING A HUGE WHITE SHARK TURNED ON A STUNTMAK AND MANGLED ITS' VICTIM!" "THE SHARK SCENES ARE FIRST RATE:.. N.Y. TIMES Eaten Alive 2:00-5:25-8:45 MONDAY: LasaRiu. broccoli. loss*d salad, bailer bread, ludgy prune cake, milk. TUESDAY- Chili and beans, nee. boiled cabbage, rornbread. crackers. Iruit cup. milk WKDXESDAY: Barbecue bee! on bun. corn, bullered carrots, cake squares, milk. THURSDAY: Mulligan stew with (resh vegetables, cabbageapple-celerypeanut salad, hxH rolls, pineapple up side doMn cake. milk. FRIDAY: Fned fish, parsley potatoes, turnips and greens, cornbread. apple milk SPEED-A-WAY-GO-KARTS ON EASf BEACH (MX, t. &Md.i. M r NUUI) OPEN WEEK NIGHT 4 to 10 P.M. SAT. 12 to 11P.M.-SUN. 12 to 9P.M. weather permitting AERIAL VIEW OF GALVESTON ISLAND Panoramic viow of the island from 20lh floor. American National archives con- loin pictorial history of company and Golveiton. Opon doily 2 p.m. Close 4 p.m. Froo. AMERICAN NATIONAL TOWER / Snug Thn Ad Foi 1 F HEE Adiinui(m Wiili 1 PAID Aduiiuinii Good for iht^f ffdtuifa only EVERY DAY'TH. "> 1:30P.M.-$1.50 NATIONAL CHONG'S UP IN SMOKE ANIMA1 IWU9B 5TN SMASH 12:20-2:15-4:10 6:05-8:00-9:55 1:15-3:15-5:15 7:15-9:15 NOW SHOWING! 1K)0-3:10 5:20-7:30 9:40 »» ...THE ULTIMATE MiORT LESLIE BOVEE • SHAP.OH THOKPl • DESIHEE WEST • AMBER HUNT • ANNETTE HAVEN , HIT r«o««if«c •>—«.i. Memoir tmuui • «••-«.«*« «o«««.» ' i CM -.~i.-, I. HUT llfyAN • •-«,. rr**^*, ^OIIAI UiUSMAM • *.«...•. m,,, t , XA COiCJUl ««•*», TfMtftCI DOOHim •* IHL CwmlflAN • »». M|*« M I»W IUIM A C(H Plus: John C. Holmes in "SOU OF FULFILLMENT''* SAT. & SUN. 12:00-2:00-4:00 6:00 - 8:00 MON THRU THURS. 6:00 & 8:00 TRADEWIITDO TRAOtWlNOS SHOPPING CfNTfR rfxAS CITY © BOB SAILER Employed 9 years at the Flagship is in charge of room service and bell service. Bob is active in Galveston bowling leagues and has lived 16 years in Galveston. I am part of the team thats getting it together at the Flagship. If I can be of help please coll me... 762-8681 DUNAWAY TOMMY LEB JONES •~., No one admitted once Ihe film begin •„ "»«cfji(i«oi»>'i'.tuRrsinrju'.m MON THRU THURS, 6:00 J 6-D Sunday Morning, September 24, 1978 TEXAS CITY MONDAY: Cheese meal loj(. bulk'rtd rice. c«lery< arro) sllx ' wrnbread. sliced peaches. TUESDAY: Turkey Tetrazmi. mixed vegetable, orangeapple wedge, hot rolls, apple crisp WKD.NKSDAY: Meal saute and spaghetti, buttered spinach, lettuce wedge, (rench bread, ciiocolate pudding THURSDAY: Hamburgers or sandwiches, poia lochips.souporgreenbean.s. lettuce, lomalo. onion and pickles, peanut butter brownies FRIDAY: Enchiladas and chili with cheese, pinto beans, hultered cum. coleslaw, toastrangle with cheese, yellow (3R'with icing. '' U MARQUE "- Breakfast MONDAY: Orange juice, enriched sweet roll, milk. TUESDAY: Pineapple juiw. scrambled eggs, toast, milk WEDNESDAY: Orange juice, cheese toast, milk THURSDAY: Apple juice, frosted flakes, milk. FRIDAY: Orange juice, sausage patty, biscuit, milk Lund) MONDAY: Barbecued weiners on rice, buttered green beans, tossed salad with dressing, combrtad, chocolate pudding. milk TUESDAY: ijsagna. buL'.ered corn. carrot and raisin salad, walborl salad. gelatfn cubes, milk WEDNESDAY: Sloppy Joe. buttered green lima beans, waldorf salad, gelatin cubes, milk THURSDAY: Hamburger on bun. hamburger salad, frendi (nes, chocolate peanut clusters, milk. FRIDAY: Kncd (ish with catsup, macaroni and cheese, combination salad, cornbread, icecream, milk HITCHCOCK Breakfast MONDAY: Scrambled eggs, toast, juice, milk TUESDAY: Pancakes, juice, milk. WEDNESDAY: Sausage, biscuits, juice, milk. THURSDAY- French toast, ap plesauce. milk FRIDAY Boiled egg. toast, juice, milk. Uuoch MONDAY: Sloppy Joes, ranch-style beans, coleslaw, peach cobbler, milk. TUESDAY: Turkey and dressing, peas andcarrots. fruit salad, hot rolls, milk. WEDNESDAY: Spaghetti with meal sauce, green beans. Iruited jello. hoi rolls, milk. THURSDAY: F.nchiladas, pinto beans, coleslaw, cornbread, peanut butler dwkies. milk. FRIDAY: Fried fish, green salad, french fries, fruit cup. hot rolls, milk. LADYOFLOURDES MONDAY: Barbecue weiners, mashed potatoes, corn, dessert, rolls, milk. TUESDAY: Spaghetti, meat sauce, spinach, dessert, rolls, milk, WEDNESDAY: Hamburgers with trimmings, (rench fries, blackeyed peas, dessert, milk. THURSDAY: Enchiladas, rice, bread, beans, dessert, milk. FRIDAY: Fried lish. new potatoes, green beans, dessert, milk, rolls. SANTA FE MONDAY: Beef slew with vegetables, steamed rice, green salad, fruit mix. rolls, milk TUESDAY: Taco with cheese, taco salad, buttered carrots, congealed salad, roll. milk. WEDNESDAY: Hamburgers, bun, burger salad, wkcom, fresh fruit, milk. THURSDAY: Pizza, green salad, beans, rolls, fruit cup. milk. FRIDAY: Fish, hashbrown potatoes, cabbage-pepper slaw, rolls, orange whip, milk. DICKINSON MONDAY: Enchiladas wilh chili and cheese, mcxican coleslaw, whole kerne! corn, hot rolls, buller, chocolate cake wilh frosting, milk. TUESDAY: Finger sleaks. parsley new potatoes, peach halves wilh collage cheese, hot rolls, butler, oatmeal cookies, milk. WEDNESDAY: Tacos, taco salad with cheese, fresh blackeyed peas, hot rolls, butler, pineapple cake, milk. THURSDAY: Hamburgers, hamburger salad, baked beans, mock pecan pie, milk. FRIDAY: Tuna salad on lettuce, cauliflower wilh cheese sauce, french fries, hot rolls, butler, watermelon- canlelope, milk. CLEAR CREEK MONDAY: Com dog and cheese wedge or barbecued sausage, potato salad, seasoned green beans, hot roll, butler, chilled fruit. TUESDAY: Spaghetti and meat sauce or beef hash with gravy, fresh buttered carrots, tossed salad and dressing, garlic bread, ice craam or jello. WEDNESDAY: Barbecued chicken or sloppy joe, blackeye peas, coleslaw, hot cornbread. butter, cranberry crisp. THURSDAY: Chilled ' pear half, hamburger on bun with salad or chicken salad, french fired potatoes, ice cream. FRIDAY: alter dipped fish, burritos Bridge Winners Named Kathleen Dowdy and John Billings took the north-south honors and Dee Ross and Aiko Goehe) took the east-west honors in the Galveston Duplicate Bridge Club games Tuesday. Other winners in the north-south group were Dottie Cowan and Helen Peterson, second place; and Else Perleman and Vi Markle, third place. Second place honors in the east-west division went to Rob Johnson and Gene Taboue, while third place was taken by Ned Donaldson and Ed Fargotstein. The club meets at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and at 1 p.m. on Saturdays at the Galveston Holiday Inn. Persons interested in playing should contact Lori Pepper a 1763-2222. NEW YORK (UPI) — Trucks, trains and subways that are the targets of graffiti artists will soon thwart these would-be Picassos. Allied Chemical Corporation has just begun marketing a "graffiti- proof" coating that protects vehicle surfaces — graffiti and dirt are simply washed off with soap and water. with chili, carrot and raism saiau, Spanish rice, hot roll, butler, cherry cobbler ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL SCHOOL MONDAY: Creamed chicken, bultered carrot cubes, mashed potatoes, bultered biscuits, banana pudding, milk. TUESDAY: Coney Islands, french fried, lossed salad, chilled mandarine orange slices, milk WEDNESDAY: Ravioli and meat sauce, mixed vegetables, creamy coleslaw, bultered bread, jello. milk. THURSDAY: Beef and noodles, bul- tered green beans, buttered corn, bul- tered ombread, vanilla pudding and wafers, milk. FRIDAY: Pizza wilh cheese, lossed salad, buttered spinach, fruil cup, milk. SPANISH tALLEON LOUNf En.™ FLAGSHIP HOTEL STOP AND SEE THE COLONEL — SOMETHING NEW HAPPENING EVERY MINUTE * HAPPY HOUR Dally 12 Noon - 7. Doubles for th« prlc* of single*. * FEATURING IOUNCC Mon.-Sal. Lai V«floi typo show. •d LADIES NIOHT WK>.. •• 10. Fr»« HI-Balli i, DANCE CONTESTS NIGHTLY. Fr*« drlnki to winning couplet. TH GALVESTON. TEXAS Inn-traducing the new Super Salad Bar. Pizza Inn features the new Super Salad Bar. Try it... We've got a feeling you're gonna like it. Buy one pizza, get the next smaller size free. ^•^^ -^"T"''-—- —— t- ^ — asa SS-2 JrVilh this coupon, buy any giant, large or medium size pizza at regular menu price and receive one pizza j>f the next smaller size with equal number of "~ ingredients free. Present this coupon wilh guest check. Valid thru Oct. 1,1978 inn. • Coupon Not Valid For Gourmet Pizzas x. * m " " " Pizza inn. ArWve got a feeling you're gonna like us."o OflH DAILY f:30.9:30 SAT. 9-9:30 MONDA Y-THUR SATURDAY A Title olHoniy, 4.84 LP C.pilo!' 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