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Green Bay, Wisconsin
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Wednesday, June 15, 1983
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B-n Wednesday, June 15, 1983 Green Bay Presi-Gazette Warren Gerds 01 tit Praw-OuMt Green Bay Symphony announces schedule Channel 2 had an The Green Bay Symphony ha announced itt 1983-84 aeriea of concerts. The orchentra, under the baton of conductor and .music director Miroslav Pansky, will sponsor five subscription concerts, the annual Family and Children's concerts, four Sebas tian Chamber Orchestra concerts and three competitions for young musicians and composers. It will continue to support a youth program consisting of three orchestras for students from grade school through high school. The schedule for the ning of music by British concerts will be available. ' Uw .yrnphony oinc. malor subscriotion series. comDosers: "Music of the Cost of a season ticket to Green Bay Sympnonyj which features the full 75- Cities" (Jan. 28), featuring has not increased for the . P.O. Box iU, J" ,yJ piece orchestra: "The Fountains of Rome" coming year, mces remain "Opening Night" (Oct. 1), and "Nights in the Spanish at $45 per reserved seat, $30 lu'ghlighting classical favori- Gardens," among other com- per adult general admission, $20 per senior citizen general edge CBS holds off the comoetition On Staff Show to remain top-ranked network tea such aa "The William positions; "Music of the Tell Overture" and "Romeo Rhine" (March 24), with and Juliet"; "Music of the guest artist John Browning Thames" (Nov. 18), an eve- performing the Brahms "Piano Concerto No. 2"; and "Night at the Met" (May 5), ' highlighting familiar vocal and orchestral music from popular operas. Tickets for the series are sold by subscription only. No tickets for individual Wis. 54305. Brochures an available which include all the symphony's coming activities. admission and $15 per stu- ;i ms summer wu.y o siki dent genersl admission. 20 and Aug. 3), the Green Contributions beyond the 'Bay Summer Symphony, a t at ticket are tax de- amaller orchestra of between ductible. Concerts are held at West High School auditorium and begin at 8:15 p.m. Those wishing to purchase tickets or who wish more information, may call 40 and 45 musicians, will perform concerts at Heritage Hill State Park. ; A somewhat larger orchestra will perform Aug. 28 during the "Artstreet" festival in downtown Green Bay." All four local commercial TV stations sought "The Bart Starr Show" for the coming season. Channel 2 won out. Its offer "was the best for the show," ssys Bill Le Monds of the Milwaukee-based McDonald Davis Advertising agency, which produces the coach's weekly recap of the Packers' fortunes. The show will air Mondays at 7:30 pjn. from the WBAY auditorium starting Aug. 23. The tabbing of Channel 2, the CBS affiliate, means youll have to switch channels if you want to catch "ABC Monday Night Football" on Channel 5. Of the slight inconvenience, Le Monds says, "Most people tune in to programs, not stations," with a few exceptions. Green Bay is the only market among 10 which will carry "Starr" live. McDonald Davis has added two markets over last year, Duluth, Minn., and Rockford, 111. a sign that interest in the team reaches beyond Wisconsin's borders. Dick Millhiser, Channel 2 program director and operations manager, says seating for the show will be by ticket. "We're going to seat it at about 250, and if more come we have a balcony that seats another 1,000." He says plans call for Channel 2 to bump CBS' new hour-long "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" to make way for "Starr." However, CBS' schedule is tentative. Millhiser says Channel 2 may play a syndicated show at 7 p.m. While Channel 2 has never aired "Starr," it did carry the shows of his predecessors, dating to Gene Ronzani. Of Channel 2 getting the nod, Le Monds says, "It's the station for the Packers, so the flavor is very much there." Channel 2 will carry most of the Sunday Packer games, the weekly "Packer Pre-Game" show and the Packers exhibition games. The Milwaukee Brewers have extended their contract with WVTV-TV, Milwaukee, through the 1985 season.' There's a catch, though. The slste (carried here on Channel 26) will probably be reduced from the current 60 games to a minimum of 30. ' Reason: The baseball club is involved in forming the Wisconsin All-Sports Network with the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team. It's likely to be a pay venture. That network plans 62 Brewers games and 33 Bucks games. Distribution will probably be by both cable and over-the-air pay systems. Jim McCarthy, Channel 26 vice president and general manager, is cool to the reduced Brewers schedule. "I'd like-to have 60-70 games," he says. "They've certainly given our station recognition and prestige. We'd like to continue with as many games as we possibly can." However, McCarthy says, "You have to put yourself in ; the position of the owner of the ball club, who is looking to 1 maximize his revenue potential." A pay-TV audience is ', "like having another stadium in which to sell," he says. N.E.W. Cablevision is airing a half-hour review of this year's Indianapolis 500 car race Sunday at 5 p.m. and Monday at 6:30 p.m. on the system's Channel 6. The program was made by staffer Chuck CahiU. LOS ANGELES (AP) CBS placed five shows in the top 10 to win the Nielsen ratings for the past week its first weekly victory since May 1. Since that time, ABC has won three times and NBC twice. However, CBS was the front-ranked network for the regular season. The No. 1 series of the week was ABC's "Hart to Hart." The A.C. Nielsen Co. survey for the week ended June 12 gave CBS a 12.5 rating. NBC was second with 12.2, and ABC was third with 12.0. The networks say this means that in an average prime time minute 12.5 percent of the country's TV homes were tuned to CBS. Since the end of the regu- show times Motion Picture Association of America rating definitions: G General audiences. All ages admitted. PG Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children. R Restricted. Under 17 . requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. X No one under 1 7 admitted. Some theaters may have higher age limits. MOVIES Bay I Roommate at 7:30 and :30. (X) Bo II - Tht Man With Two Brains ot 7: IS and?: IS. (R) Bar 1 1 1 SpacehunUr at 7 and ?. (PG) Vic iallng Raoul at 7 and . (R) wt Chtech and Chang's Still Smoking at 7 and 9. (R Do Poro Spring Broak at S. (R) Benefit recital set A benefit voice recital will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Sunday by Bruce Rameker in the auditorium of De Pere High School. Funds raised will go to defray the expenses of Rameker a tour of the Orient this summer with the Peo-ple-to-People Ambassador Chorale. Rameker was one of two Wisconsin high school musi-- dans chosen for the organization's annual tour. MARTHA'S OLE PLUE 319 S. Broadway 435-6517 BOX LUNCH SPECIAL talmof Utni ilk knmu4 f If Ml bUcH. y eg. wit eoapoa Noon till 3 A.M. 7 Days a Week Takeout Only Limit 5 Per Coupon Expires 63083 NOON LUNCHEONS Served In A Relaxing, Inviting Atmosphere 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. 4 Entrees Soup Sandwich Salad Bar Daily Specials DOVT FORGET "SAM & DAVE" Performing nightly 8:30 P.M.-1 :30 A.M. 417 PINE STREET DOWNTOWN 3rd f IOOR lar season, and with the approach of summer and its menu of reruns, network viewership has declined. For the past week, the three networks had a combined audience of 30.6 million, compared with 40.2 million for. the final week of the regular season, which ended April 17. "There has been a long-term declining total for the three networks caused by the new technology," said Arnold Becker, CBS vice president in charge of research. "But viewership has always gone down in the summer." Becker said the combined network ratings for the period since the end of the regular season were actually higher this year than for the Hexum stars in model movie HOLLYWOOD (AP) Jon-Erik Hexum, who was a space traveler in "Voyager!", has landed in a time of high fashion modeling. Hexum will star in the title role of Aaron Spelling Production's "Male Model" Stadium I Tootslo at 7:15 IPG) BrtothltMat:15. IR) Stadium II warGomos at 7 and :30 IPG) Stadium III Bolraval at 7:30 orx)9 15 (R Marc I Psycho 1 1 at 7 and : 15. IR) Marc II Floshdonct at 7:30 and 9 JO (R) Bar Park Square I Blue Thun-dor at 1:15. 1:20, 5:20, 7:25 and :J0. (Rl Bav Park Stuart II Octopussy ol 2.4:30, 7:15ond:40. (PG) Bay Pork Stuart III Trading Places at 1, 3: IS, 5:30, 7:45 and 10. (R) Volley Mausoleum at ?:10. (R) Funeral Home at 10:45. (R) OTHER EVENTS Concert "Music on the Green" series with Tht LOit of the Big Bands, Grttn Bav, plavlng "The Glenn MIHer Sound" (Heritage Hilt State Park, AHooi,7:M p.m.) Concert dance Guv Lombar-do's Roval Canadians, directed bv Art Moonev (Riverside Ballroom, Green Bav, 9 p.m.-. a.m.) Dinner theater The Company for Wisconsin Arts production of Jon de Hartog's "The Fourposter" (Butch s Anchor Inn, Oshkosh, 7 p.m.) WATCH FOR OUR WEEKLY SPECIALS THIS WEEK FEATURING: LOBSTER $1295 RIB EYE $825 Includes Hors d'oeuvres, Salad, Potato, Hot Bread Hot Hors d'oeuvres Mon.-Thur. 4-6:30 P.M. 1979 MAIN STREET GREEN BAY PHONE 468-7924 BANQUET ROOM AVAILABLE FOR PARTIES OF ALL SIZES! for ABC. The movie tells the story of an East Coast agency mogul who nurtures a young man's rise in the world of high fashion. Joan -Collins of "Dynasty" plays his mentor and owner of the agency. same period last year. From April 17 to June 12, the combined network average was 42.6. For the same period a year ago, it was 42.0. The lowest-ranked show of the week was NBC's "Voyagers!" Others at the bottom, : descending to "Voyagers!," were ABC's "Ripley's Believe It or Not," CBS" "Filthy Rich," NBC's "Monitor" and CBS' "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers." The week's top 10 programs: "Hart to Hart," ABC, a rating of 21.0 or 17.4 million households; movie, "Damnation Alley," NBC; "The A-Team," NBC; "Simon & Simon," CBS; "M.A.S.H.," CBS; "After George," CBS (pilot); "Facts of Life," NBC; "Magnum, P.I.," CBS; "Hill Street Blues," NBC; "The Jeffer-8ons,"CBS. ' The next 10: "60 Minutes," CBS, and "20-20," ABC, tie; "Newhart," CBS; "Fantasy Island," ABC; "Three's Company," ABC; "Trapper John, M.D." CBS; "The Love Boat," ABC; "Buffalo Bill," NBC; "Remington Steele," NBC, and "9 to 5," ABC, tie. now featuring a "ROYAL BUFFET" THURSDAY EVENINGS 5.-00 P.M.-10:00 P.M. FEATURING: Pork Crown Roast and Steamship Round of Beef Carved on the line SUPPWCLUB II BtoGUETHMl Steamed Shrimp Broasted Chicken Sauerkraut Deep Fried Assorted Fresh Vegetables Chicken Dumpling Soup Fresh Fruits Smoked Salmon Baked Lasagna Broiled Stuffed Tomatoes German Potato Salad Assorted Salad Bar Cheese Block All You Care To Eat $95 "ALSO SERVING" i e Friday Nights SEAFOOD BUFFET e Sunday Nights FAMILY STYLE DINNERS Reservations Appreciated 989-1045 "Come to High Cliff" "and dine in on of Wisconsin' most beautiful settings. Adjacent to High Cliff State Park Marino & Golf Course on Lake Winnebago's Scenic Northeast Shore at Sherwood. Lf Bring the Family to Shopko's Fireworks Show ; Sunday, June 26th at Lambeau Field, Green Bay Gates open at 8 p.m., Show begins at 9 p.m. This year for the first time, Shopko will be charging an admission price. Tickets will cost 25c each and all ticket proceeds will be donated to area charities. Checks will be presented to charity representatives at the Fireworks Pre-Show. All proceeds will be divided between the following charities based on a percentage of attendance from Brown Co. & the Valley. r . . . . . A... e n me Brown County: Boys' Club of Green Bay Big BrothersBig Sisters Community Services Center Family Violence Center Tickets are on sale at Shopko Stores in Green Bay, Ashwaubenon, De Pere, Manitowoc, Appleton, Kimberly and Menasha. Rain date Mon., June 27th. Admission by ticket only. Fox River Valley: Big BrothersBig Sisters Sheltered Activities Center Family Violence Centers SHOPKO STORES INC GREEN BAY: 216 S. MILITARY AVE., 1819 MAIN ST. ASHWAUBENON: 2401 S. ONEIDA DE PERE: 230 N. BROADWAY OPEN MON. THRU FRI. 9 A.M. TO 10 P.M. SAT. 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SUN. 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Wen the right to limit quanMie

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