Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on September 8, 1975 · Page 30
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 30

Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Monday, September 8, 1975
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MOIICf MEETING -T *•*•• Aw*- »« Ubonen C*. Firenwn's Assoc. Tim., S*pt. 9 — 7:30 ?M. CUona fir* HaH. •w UmM I* ft WO*. i«t. Pantomimist To Perform At LVC 7ffhAVE.CAFE Op«n 4:30 F.M. 12 A.M. SAM'S PLACE •03 Cumberland Strtct TONIGHT Go-Go Angel Dan Kamin, internationally acclaimed paotomimist, will appear at Lebanon Valley College tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. as part of the college's regular chapel convocation program. Kamin will perform at 11 a.m. in the College Center Little Theater, followed at 2 p.m. by a workshop in the same location. Both the performance and the workshop are open to the public without charge. Dan Kamin began studying movement and mime ROCK NITE CLUB U«it*<j On II. 422. Anrwlle TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY HEREAFTER (DlrMt Fr« m WlWwood With T. M. Swkb*r) WEDNESDAY (Lodi., NH.) SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EVE PARTY (Y»U Hav* To ••* Tkb On*!!) NEXT WEEK - AUBURN TUESDAY TWU SATWDAT 9 PJ*. TO 2 A.M. technique with a dfecfcle of the famed Etienne Decrouz, bat actually first experfcncatcd with acting at an early age performing mafic act*. Initially he tried combinnj mime aad mafic, bat hit interest in mime toon overshadowed his interest in magic. Kamin performs in total silence. In some instance* be follows the adventure* of one character; in others be meets a whole gallery of characters while in others be confronts larger more universal issues. Kamin's unique approach to mime has earned him acclaim throughout the United States. Some of Kamin's more memorable portrayals include an evening at the opera, a man's struggle with the marionette in him, and the personality changes of a soldier. In addition to his stage performances, Kamin has starred in three films featuring mime pieces: "Trip," "Marionette," and "The Soldier." He regularly appears Dan Kamin Television and Railroad on Public devotes the remainder of his time leading movement and body awareness workshops. Now You Know By UlitH PrtM UUruliMil The first football dummy tor tackling practice was improvised by Amos Alonzo Stagg — he used an old gym mat — at Yale University in 1889. 1352 Cumberland"-' DAILY SPECIALS EVERY SUNDAY - SMORGASBORD Sunday—Leung* Open 1 to 12 Midnight Entertainment: 9 P.M. to 12 Midnight ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY ALL THIS WEEK CROSSROADS Reservations Call 272-9080 Watch For SISKO'S New Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge and Banquet Facilities OPE\1\C SOO\ THE OLD FORT THIS WEEK 9:30- 1:30 GO-GO JANIE The Old Fort lit! t l*k St, LthMM, Fa. • A jf STOP! OR CALL 273-1371 FOR A CASE Of YOUR FAVORITE COLD BEER No trlii Chiif* For CoW B«*f Buy By The Case WENTZLER BEVERAGE /5TM AH.I4T. • A.M.t.ftP.M 4TH AVE. CAFE Av*. I L C.aiiiUaJ St. ecUriiziwf In SEAFOOD & STEAKS OF ALL KINDS FMliMinf Svrf * Turf. k*» by *• prfth.r Jumtx> ham Mfldwkh Ml hard r»N IUNCH SERVED DAILY N« Sp«<iolt •* TatiMwfi CLAMS NICHUY CLOSED f UNO AYS Lebanon County Community Concerts 1975-1976 American Bicentennial Series BOSTON SYMPHONY CHAMBER PLAYERS SATURDAY, 8 P.M. OCT. 11, 1975 CZECHOSLOVAKIAN FOLK BALLET MONDAY, 8 P.M. APRIL 12, 1976 THEODOR UPPMAN, BARITONE SUNDAY 3P.M. DEC. 7, 1975 BARBARA BLEGEN, PIANIST TUESDAY 8P.M. MAY 4, 1976 MEMBERSHIP IS OPEN TO EVERYONE Admission to Concerts is by SEASON MEMBERSHIP ONLY No Single Ticket Sold to Individual Concerts. All Concerts Held in LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 1000 S. 8th St. CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS PHONE 274-2232 DURING WEEK OF SEPT 8 MARTY'S MUSIC STORE 510 CUMBERLAND ST Downtown Lebanon Please Make Checlcs Payable to Lebanon County Community Concert Association and Moil to P.O. Box 782 Lebanon, Pa 17042 SEASON MEMBERSHIPS: ADULTS MO.OO - STUDENTS '5.00 APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP 1975-76 SEASON Enclosed please find $ for Adull Memberships at $10.00 Enclosed please find $ for Student Memberships at $5.00 Name Street Town Zip Phone (PLEASE PRINT FOR ACCURATE PROCESSING) This Ad Paid For Through The Courtesy Of These Friends Of Community Concert Farmers Trust Company 817 Cumberland Street Peoples National Bank 8th and Cumberland Streets Lebanon County Trust Company 8th and Cumberland Street! Lebanon Valley National Bank 9th and Cumberland Streets. The Sample Store 1111 North 7th StrMt Lebanon Electric Supply Co. 1001 E. Cumberland Street Museum Dedication HARR1SBURG - Governor Milton J. Shapp will dedicate the Commonwealth's $1.8- million Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania at Strasburg, Lancaster County, during ceremonies at noon Wednesday. Feme Smith Hetrick, chairman of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC), also announced that the Commission will hold open house at the new facility, with admission free for the entire day of the dedication. Toe Commission chairman pointed oul that the new museum is the nation's only such facility designed and constructed especially for displaying railway equipment and artifacts. Mrs. Hetrick said that the Railroad Museum is one of several of the state's museums designed to portray industries significant in the Commonwealth's economic development. While the Strasburg facility is Pennsylvania oriented, it reflects the growth and development of the industry on a national basis because so many advancements and innovations connected with railroads have had their Pennsylvania. origin in •sa«ii«-\\ Btsbunnt I Gift Shop TUESDAY SPECIAL BRAISED CHICKEN ON RICE CtMfc* ft 1 V* |( teM» Mnn*r» S*rv»d M»n.. Wnd. It Thun 11 I* 7:00 fM TUM. » M. - 11 !• I fM. Sal. U AJW. M J:MP.M. S«rv,d fr»m 7: JO AJM. ATTENTION MEMBERS Ub. VFW Post #23 IMPORTANT MEETING TONIGHT Mon., Sept. 8 I Ml Iff TiM*4«y Special Surf & Turf 00 • 10-«z. African Ltfeter Tail • ML Cbar-Br«i«4 Het *pion CtMk« if ItM Mill w Ff«K* Frill TM iff SMU i«r, M Mrf Ifttir Lobster Tal For 2 Q Cold B««r To The VOICE of BROADWAY By JACK O'BRIAIV Daily Ntws, 3 Monday, Scpttmbtr I, It75 . . KEY DRIVE-IN UMAimiACE TV Ml AM !• WHUT I By JACK O'BRIAN GOLDIE AND VANESSA'S OLDIE NEW YORK - Goldie Hawn and husband Gus Trikonis split again, and rise and Franco Nero, who daddied a baby with Vanessa Redgrave, are semiserious; Goldie even minds his son Carlo . . . Susan George may be warming up in Jimmy Connors back court, but he took out Chrissy Evert after their Forest Hills wins: tipoff to subtle observers was — Jimmy won wtiile wearing the little necklace Chrissy gave nan when things were hot instead of today's just-warm . . . The Metopera sold its old opera building's Bdwy.-40th St. land for 15,000,000 and gave up its dependable long-term rental income—because, like N.Y. City, it needs cash desperately now! Neves Associates bought it. Alger Hiss's son Tony, a New York writer, has been following Henny Youngman around for a year, object — what could be the hilarious profile of the decade. . .Henny and the Phone Co. are feuding — Henny began Ma Bell's dial- a-joke series and was by far the most successful (including calls to Hope and Gleason). Kenny's beef: he was paid $2,500 for a lifetime of material so the phone firm could tinkle in 1280,000; so Henny thinks he rates a raise. . . Betimes, he's off to H'wood for the "Won Ton Ton" (Bin Tin Tin-like comedy film) that Rinny's owners are suing about. Budd Schulberg is writing book and lyrics for a musical version of his "The Disenchanted"; Louis Alter "Twilight on the Trail," "Sand in My Shoes," "You Turned the Tables on Me," "Nina Never Knew," and other Tin Pan pretties) may compose the songs . . . Dave Grossman and Gene Cavallero, who partnered the newish semi-private Cavallero's Restaurant on 58th St., split; Gene reopens it Sept. 16 (he inherited and folded the distinguished old Colony Restaurant a few headaches ago). Swats Bradke ABC-TV's Harry Reasoner in his candid off-TV speeches takes a solid thwack at Wash. Post editor Ben Bradlee for his fawn-and-snitch book on JFK: "I think it's cheap," Harry reasons — publicly . . . Diana Ross's preentage deal with the musical film "Mahoganny" (by Kurt Weill and old agit- propper Bertolt Brecht) could earn Diana a Supreme million — if it's a smash; nicer to get a chunk in front plus a percentage of the gross . . .Susan George, who togethered with Jack Jones a loooong time, maybe anticipated Chrissy Evert at that: she flitted from "fiance" Jones to Jimmy to Tina Sinatra's ex-husband Wes Farrow . . . Rodney Dangerfield's "no-respect" syndrome drones on: he "faces unchic surgery later this week — for plebian excavation on the stylish-surgery chart — a hernia. The hour-long "Beacon Hill" foilowup episode was just as vulgar, shrill, dreary and insulting as the two-hour premiere...Who's at fault? the trailing credit "Developed for television by Sidney Carroll" tells most of it. The apologetic "based on 'Upstairs, Downstairs' " merely lets the insufficient creators insist they didn't twist it as an insulting swat at Boston Irish and-or Joe Kennedy. The stats on the touching, well-performed "Raisin" musical (in its third season) are a mystery: it cost f375,000 and has only earned back $150,000 of its cost this late in its history; thej hope cast recording of the show will tighten the fiscal slack . . . Johnny Carson got back from a five-week vacation and, Votla! He discovered Europe! He sounded like a cutrate Babbitt or a Little League Dodsworth, or both. Harold Robbins, an old typewriter hand at extracting fortunes from films for bis smash pop-novels, improved on his consistent groove by peddling bis next (not a word on paper yet) to Universal Pix for a million-plus; the plus meaning per cent...It's to be titled "Dreams Die First" about the "multientertainment work!" of nightclubs, films, publishing, resort hotels, record, TV — all components practiced in near-monopolistic fashion by the producer of the picture — Universal, owned by MCA; which even ownt btnksit can borrow from . . . Harold's 14th novel, it's maybe an expose of MCA's bitter old rival William Morris . . . Financial note: Harold peddled every one of his previous 13 films ("Carpetbaggers," "Nevada Smith," with two newies awaiting production: "The Pirate" and "The Betsy" >. That once impeccably- protected ex-wife of Tiny Tim. "Miss Vicki," crashed out of her decorous-closet: in "Oui" raganne she peaches on Tiny and says he wasn't much of a lover even for a first-timer — both were — plus she admits she's now living with another guy in the centerfolded text surrounding a layback of Miss V. in porno-poses...ITT's next move — movies. The "Raggedy Ann" stories, the enchanting series of long- printed Bobbs-Merrill fantasies. Secret Passage Liza Minneili hasn't much gee-whiz in he rating of the director of her "Lucky Lady" film, Stanley Donen . . . Uza found a way to skip the wild fan hordes who pile up at the 46th St. Theater stage entrance of her "Chicago" Bdwy. musical (subbing for pal Gwen Verdon who's out for throat surgery). Liza found a secret backstage passage from the 46th to the (differently owned) Imperial Theater and airily saunters out its front entrance . . . More Liza notes, the nude portrait she showed pals in her 46th St. Theater dressingroom is by artist Paul Jasmin, who took a year to daub it in what's said to've ben mercury-quick posings. The late Bennett Cerf's son Chris gets and takes credit for the Nat'l Lampoon 1976 Bicentennial Calendar — each day the calendar will celebrate an American disgrace, disaster or tragedy in the style of some famous or plop-art painter The July-art frinstance if typical suggests it will major in kicking victims when they're down: it's about the terrible accident suffered when the Bon Vivant Company's (spattered a la Warhol) soups in 1971 carried botulism death to a consumer. LAST COLONIAL! 2 MM**M*M! MYS EVEMNCS 7:N * *I5 BUFORD PUSSER's own true story PAR OO7 THE MAN Evening* at Umlcd Artists PC , on It KAN! IN '- iMIIV All l"t MBI Hi J?2 wrtloll rbjn . /.. , n, • f ft til JAWS SHOWS 7:00 • 9:15 P.M. LEBANON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER LEBANON, PENNA • Telephone: 273-8031 : WOODY DIANE : : ALLEN KEATON: "LOVE and DEATH": United Artists SHOWS AT 7:15 & 9:00 America's new most-huggable hero •• enii B tamlly film by jo« <omp pP The most entertaining family picture of our time. Maybe of all time." - EHon John b The Pbibd Wizard A Columbia Pidures and Robert Stigwood Organisation Presentation SATWDAT

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