Blue Island Sun Standard from Blue Island, Illinois on May 12, 1977 · Page 20
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Blue Island, Illinois
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Thursday, May 12, 1977
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Page 1 Section II Sun-Standard Newspapers. Thursday, May 12.1977 MAKING THE ROUNDS' *" M 1/it Skit Bob Hope Monday and Tuesday at Condesa THE GOLF OUTING of the year will be early next Monday afternoon at the Hickory Hills country club with a foursome of celebrities namely Bob Hope, who likes to carry a golf club on stage and TV, paired with Sieve Gianakas, owner of the Condesa del Mar, a veteran of the restaurant world but admittedly rather a duffer at golf, along w i t h Phil Donahue, a popular TV host, and the fourth member is to be. unless .something more important comes up, Chicago's bachelor Mayor Michael Bilandic; the exhibition will be for the fund-raising benefit for Hope's favorite charity, the Eisenhower Medical Center, for which the Condesa del Mar has pledged a $2,000 contribution... For spectator information, call the club at 598-6460. *** SUNDAY AFTER NEXT the Drury Lane children's theatre will present "AH Baba and the Forty Thieves," and remember if you're an adult, you will not be admitted w i t h o u t a child, and curtain time will be 12:30 p.m. with tickets obtainable at the box office in advance or on the day of the performance. *** SHOWMEN up in Minneapolis are upset over the continuing decline in population there and in neighboring St. Paul, for it forecasts reduced public spending and fewer entertainment dollars for enterprises there; the Minny population was once over half a million, has dropped to about 100,000 ... Meantime from New York comes word that Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy and the rest of the Peanuts crowd have moved from the Post to the Daily News there. *** KAYE BALLARD is starring in "The Latest Mrs. Adams" at Drury Lane South and at the same time down in Dallas, Kalhryn Crosby and daughter Mary Frances are " starring in the same play at a dinner playhouse... When you .say Liberace it's taken for granted that you're referring to pianist Lee Liberace,or mayhap to Lee's brother George, the orchestra conductor, both of whom are saddened by the death April 26 of their father Salvatore, SI a native of Italy who moved to California four years ago. *** ONE-TENTH OF AMERICA is said to be handicapped by being hard of hearing and efforts are now being made by the TV industry to translate sound to sight in special programs so the deaf may experience the mood and tone of a show through a new captioning process involving coding and decoding devices about which we'll be hearing more as time flies by. The moment will have arrived, early in the evening next Monday in the Columbian room of the Condesa del Mar, when America's n u m b e r one entertainer, Bob Hope, will return there to begin two nights of dinner shows. Count yourself fortunate if you have your tickets, for both shows are predicted to be blockbusters. Wayne Newton will ret u r n t h e r e O c t o b e r 24 through 27, but before then you can thrill to the ballads of E n g e l b u e r t H u m p e r - dinck, who will be there for the first time September 19 through 22. In Condesa's Coco Loco's supper club tonight through Sunday you can enjoy the vocal artistry of Al Martino, while next Tuesday in the room will be opening night again for Wayne Cockran. Beginning Thursday, May 26 VARIETY DANCE NIGHT *ROCK *POP *OLDIES 'FIFTIES EVEN COUNTRY! Music A Entertainment By THE FANTASTICS * Enjoy YOUR Kind Of Music Every THURS. Frank Dondzik of 8:30-Midnite The Fantastics $1-50 Single $2.50 Couple THE GLENDORA HOUSE 10225 S. HARLEM AVE. CHICAGO RIDGE 425-3686 /,,/ C;/JL.., (',.*!.,, JACK GIBBONS GARDENS "Second Half-Century serving foods of highest Quality" Open 5 to 11:30 Mon. thru Frt. * Sot 4 p m -Sun 1 p m. - ERNIE QUARTEU TRIO PLAYING FRI. SAT. TONY every Sunday 147th St. Oak Park Ave. 687-2331 - Nortown says movies are family fun With all seats at one dollar, the Nortown theatre offers family fun with movies better than ever, as one who goes there quite often likes to say. It will be a double bill there beginning Friday with "Young Frankenstein" plus "Nickelodeon." BULLMARKET has a personality quite unique for a restaurant. It has the charm of a merry mountain ski lodge, serves good food at remarkable moderate prices. Variety dance night to start at Glendora House Every Thursday is going to be "Variety dance night" at the Glendora House starting May 26. Music and entertainment will be supplied by the Fantastics and singles as well as couples will be invited. Variety will keynote the music, for the band will be playing oldies and n e w i e s , rock and coutnry, ballads and blues, a rainbow of musical moods and styles. It will all start two weeks from tomorrow. LEE PELTY will recreate his original award-winning role as Tevye when "Fiddler on the Roof" opens May 31 at Candlelight dinner playhouse, where it will follow the musical hit, "Dames at Sea." Lee was. named Chicago's best actor in 1971 by the Jeff award committee. *** Dinner specials please at the Lorelei Everything's fine when you go out to dine, providing the place you choose has the right menu, the right lunches and dinners at the right prices, in the carefully chosen words of one restaurant critic, and the Lorelei restaurant on Harlem ave. seems perfectly suited to those requirements, especially when you consider the dinner specials there that includes cocktails. Tuesday through Sunday there is nightly entertainment. The Al Robinson show is there this week and Tuesday next week will be opening night there for the popular Wright brothers show. *** TEDDY LEE and his band will be playing tonight for ballroom dancing at the Glendora House. Friday the music there will be supplied by Will Carroll and his orchestra. On other nights the big establishment with the big hard maple dance floor is available for banquets, dances and special parties. Long a favorite on radio and TV, Roy Leonard will be master of ceremonies on the opening night, next Monday, of Bob Hope in the Columbian room of the Condesa del Mar. JACK GIBBONS is a name respected in dining circles, for it has been established over half a century and still is famed for its food and service, with musical entertainment an added "plus" every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. B B is a name easy to keep in mind if you just remember its slogan "best in buffet" for catering any size party anywhere any time. John Gary in final week at the Sabre Internationally acclaimed singer John Gary will wind up his current run at the Sabre Room with three big nights there this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. First show Sunday will be extra early. ITALIAN STALLION is the intriguing name of a lounge on Western ave. that features disco dancing Thursday, Friday and Saturday nignts with Bart the DJ in cnarge of the music. Slogan of the club is that it's where the good times begin. THE DINNER SPECIALS Mwi. thru Sat. 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. COCKTAILS INCLUDED STEAKS, CHOPS PRIME RIB, SEAFOOD, LOBSTER INCLUDING ONE COCKTAIL BEFORE DINNER, GLASS OF WINE WITH DINNER AND ONE COCKTAIL AFTER RESTAURANT OKU 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. Braakfast^nch-Dinmr-late Snacks LOUNGE OPEN UNTIL 4 A.M. RESTAUKANTt DINING LOUNGE 448-6660 m 39 S. HARLEM AVE. Uncompromising Quality Food With Uncompromisingly Good Service You Can Depend On! ENTERTAINMENT TIMS, thru Sun. featuring TheAl Robinson Show Coming Tuesday- THE WRIGHT BROS. cfe theatre restaurant home of the RAINBOW of STARS Billy Falbo Productions presents JAMES DARREN MAY 23-28-One Week Only LOLA DEE - Vocalist BILLY FALBO · Host TICKETS: DINNER * SHOW $2Cocktail Show $15 at Box Office or by Mail For Information Call 788-5524 Special Group Rates for 500 or More - COMING Patti Page The Unpredictable Billy Falbo June 14 thru 19 3253 S. HARLEM AVE. Berwyn, IH. 604M JOHN GARY 6 Big Nrtes May 6,7,8 and 13,14,15 SINATRA AND DEAN MARTIN COMING! FRI., SAT., SUN 7 p.m.) PHONE 598-1200 8900 W. 95th St for the BESTTM BUFFET We Supply Everything But The Salt And Pepper! CATERING^"- ( OV1P1.KTK M K A I WITH 2 MEATS S2-05 1 WITH 3 MEATS i-"1 WITH 4 MEATS 3.2n WITH 5 MEATS 3 8S Call 927-4321 W« Will Wckonw Your CaH Get to know: The NEW H. SALT SEAFOOD GALLEY 1O7O1 S. Western Ave. JUST 3 BLOCKS NORTH OF U S 30 ON HALSTED ST IALL $100 ISEATS I ALL TIMES' Now Thru Thurt. WHMWVVH fmmm "In**! IrataT -OPENING FRIDAY, MAY 13"YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN" Weekdays 1 Sat. 6=00 9:55 -- S»n. 1=45. 5:40, 9:35 "NICKELODEON" Weekdays Sot. 7-.SO -- Son. 3=35 7:30 ON HALSTED ST 3 Ml SO OF 1-80 IN CHICAGO HTS. BOB HOPE SHOWS MOM. TUES. - MAY 16 17 Two Dinner Shows $25 up del Map Call 995-1000 or 371-7000 SEPT. 19, 20, 21, 22 Dine With Us On Friday OCEAN PERCH ALL YOU CAN EAT Served with Saladbar, Potato, Bread, Butter AtTh* BULLMARKET RESTAURANT 6030 W. 111THST. CHICAGO ODGE ··MiMM*. snnmpt Cnsp. golden breaded shnrnD, or appetizing boiled Pic 'n Dip shnmp We don't know which you'll like more CeUpL oraon i*in0sx Fresh baiter-dipped rings 5he likes of which you've orobably never known Also, crisp hush puppies and cote slaw And of course our famous chips ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK 5W %*$ JUftiA Dinner Shows $25 up Cocktail Shows $20 up 0* CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. Elegmt Dining tndfhtm fltlM. tre WW 91 nt-nr» is wifi tfpw mp*"^pi Wi Get to km** your family: Kids will love it at an H Salt Seafood Galley And, we serve children's portions Get to know Sweet clams, even tender scallops Such knowledge ' is delicious « SALAD BAfc « o ' i They serve you qiacfcly They dean up even faster They smile a lol We know you 11 want to sample all the fresh and delectable good things fiftna our aTyau-can-eal Galley Salad Bar Get to knew Sit down and relax, in a unique delightful seafaring* atmosphere Ourfish, Cnsp. light, moist unhshy tasting ash With chips. of course It's the hsh 'r. chips that made H Salt famous ttalfe Sample a Io1 of everything wilH the Seafood Combo or Captains Combo The more you know 1he more you 11 wnt Tw« Pitet Full I CMps EWSPAPERl

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