Sunday News from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on August 2, 1970 · 19
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!SL V -V,wW S - 3 4iv v. m ir ""T" F 7 vp f w w Footlight Ranch Dinner-Theatre Presents William Monhoff' THE OWL mid THE PUSSYCAT NOW THRU AUG. IS (Saturday Only) r--.0.rJ,.!Lervotio" - w,l O' FOOTLIGHT RANCH, WCLLSVILLE, PA. ' Phon (717) 432-4225 Smiths Country Kitchen 144 Mitchiir CUN ROCK, PA. Ipngu.tl P.rli.1 PhiG. R. 235-124 SMOFOASBORD Dm. Ilill A M. I IiM F.M, SUNDAY SPRCIAL V, SARRECUCD CHICKIN 1 on Cholc of 1 yog.. Roll 4 lullor liU COflU SHOP 4 4M. DININ4 ROOM Pwl, M AM lo 1100 PM. - S..4. II 00 H ON SIMM DAILY iPICULS THE NEW RENDEZVOUS .IS Hl"J PEN 7 D AYS A WEEK -1 0 A.M. TO 4 A.M. DI77A - CIIDC ( At their best now llfcfcH "" wUDO with locally grown tomatoes MANY OTHER SANDWICHES ' 239 W. KING ST., LANC. 397-3511 ; FREE PARKING IN THE REAR vwl vv er Old Colony Inn 1 1281 MANHEIM PIKE, LANCASTER, PA. - Starting Tues. thru Sat., a new, heavy, together sound! ite ffavSy Tfaitt; Wednesday Night Join The Fun! ITS ANIMAL NIGHT This is where the action is! - - AIISE.N L 111), at (lie EiiTfcaj Bj-Id's, Exit 9K York, Pa. ; , .New En tram-o Turn at Howard JoIiiimmis i - YORKS FINEST RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE . I Proudly Presents i ALL THIS WEEK TIIE FURNESS BROTHERS Formerly with Slpio (jlilis-ons Red Caps a , llanquet Facilities Available PRENTICE MINNER Singing Stor and His Los Vegas Group plus added attraction ALAN KENT ( Green Stamps for Laughs MONDAY, AUGUST 3 MEL LAWRENCE Fabulous Comedy Stor plus STEyE DePASS - The Town Crier, Ortlieb's Beer Commercials An extraordinary tolent rufSDAr, AUGUST SHANE 1 Top Lote-Night TV Comic plus THE DOLPHINS - International Folk Singing Group WfD, AUGUST iTNAR0B1NS i Fabulously Versatile Singer plus MARTY BARRIS - Appearing Every Sunday . . . Night on Robert Kline's "Comedy Tonight" Show THURS., AUGUST 6 DAVE BARRY Man of a Thousond Voices including "Tony the Tiger" plus VI VELASCO - Dynomic Singer FRIDAY, AUGUST 7 BOBBY RAMSEN ' ' top Hotel Comedian plus extra added attraction JOSH WHITE, JR. Folk Singing Son of the Fabulous Star A Very Rare In-Person Appoarance SAT., AUGUST 8 The Fabulous MISS JOYCE IIRYAXT Three Million Record Selling Star A Greot Singing Star Returns! plus BILLY BAXTER - Comedy Star of the Las Yegas Perry Como Show SUNDAY, AUGUST 9 Your TV Screen Comes To Life In REAL Living Colors os The Host Forms presents Live On The Bollroom Stoge . . . TIIE GOLDDIGGERS plus from Columbia Records COBBY DUVALLE & THE BRASS MOVEMENT TICKETS ON SALE IN LOBBY NIGHT HOST FARM UNtcLTs TAY .w ' IW-UNC. Crosby Signs For TV Film Bing Crosby has been signec by Do-glas S. Cramer, execu Uve vice president In charge of production for Paramount Tele, vision, to star In Dr, Cooks Garden, a 90-minute feature which Paramount TV will produce next month as an ABC-TV Movie of the Week for 1970-71 Crosby will portray a smalltown doctor in the suspense dra ma, based on Ira Levins play of the same title which ran on Broadway during the 1968-69 season with Burl Ives and Keir Dullea as co-stars. Steaks Chops Sea Food STEAK HOUSE CAFE 3312 E. MARKET ST, YORK, PA.' Visit Our Newly Enlarged Dining Room HELD OVER for tho 4th wtekl Bobby Mann Unlimited appearing Mon. thru Sot, FANTASTICALLY ALIVE! Red Fez Lounge 421 II N Mulktrry St. lino. 313 251$ DANCERS night and day Rusty Lindy Jano We Only Appear Expensive But We Are Not-You Can See A Full FloorShow & Enjoy Dance Music Nitely I SECOND SMASH WEEK 1 r ft 7 P I VARINIA Exotic Belly Dancer Plus all of the Great 1 Things the Den is Known for Shows Dancing s Surprises Popular Prices t 1 COVER or MINIMUMli HOST FARM s Lincoln Hwy East JLonc. s Fart of Host Enterprises Inc S fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinn An Enterprising Trio Dick Shawn (left) as an enterprising GI, Ernie Kovacs as his Commanding Officer and Jack Warden (right) as a senior medical officer watch the progress of a hotel they are having built on a forgotten but promising Pacific island in Wake Me When Its Over, on The CBS Tuesday Night Movie, July 28 at 7:30 p.m. THJE SUNDAY NEWS, AUGUST I, 197-1fl Kolmnls Tackles World Premie re NEW YORK - Marking his debut in a motion picture for first-time viewing on television, Jason Robards has been signed to 6tar in Universals World Premiere The Neon Ceiling, a new full-length feature picture for airing on the NBC Television Network. At the same time, it was announced that writer-director Frank Pierson will direct. Pierson, who recently directed The Looking Glass War, wrote the screenplays for Cat Ballou and Cool Hand Luke. Robards will portray the owner of a remote restaurant-gas station, whore he encounters a desperate woman running away from her husband. Production is slated to begin at the studio and at California desert locations. DINE With Michttl Marlon at ma MANOR PLAZA ,tanVnt MARION ROOM MANOR SHOPPINO CRNTKR MENU a Roast Prim Ribs of But Au Jus Fitted Chicken Breast Ass't See Food a Roast Duck, . a Lobster Tall "Flavor Crisp" Vt Chicken Fresh Roast Lamb a London Broil Steak Canby At Tlie Movies Dunwich Horror 9 No Dream Film By VINCENT CANBY NEW YORK - Considering the rather large body of supe-r i o r supernatural fiction turned out by Howard Phillips Lovecraft before he died in 1937, it seems indeed strange that movie-makers have had so little use of his stories and of the haunted world he conceived and placed somewhere in Northern Massachusetts, a world that is complete with its own very distinctive geography, history and mythology- Roger Corman mixed Love-craft ( Charles Dexter Ward) with Poe to make The Haunted Palace in 1963, and two years later Daniel Haller, Cormans art direc-t o r-t u r n e d-film director, adapted Lovecrafts The Colour Out of Space as Die, Monster, Die, which I have never seen. Thus, it was with very real pleasure that I looked forward to the screen version of The Dunwich Horror, produced by Corman and directed by Haller. The Dunwich Horror, like so many Lovecraft stories, is based (in the authors words) on the fundamental lore or legend that the world was 'inhabited at one time by another race who, in practicing black magic, lost their foothold and were expelled, yet live on outside every ready to take pos-session of this earth again. This other race, sometimes known as the Great Old Ones and the Ancient Ones, have stayed on in the country around Dunwich, Mass., unseen but not unsmelled (their presences are always announced by odors that are' described sometimes as fetid and, when the old ones are really up to no good, As noisome). As a movie, The Dunwich Horror has all of the faults of Cormans various poe adapt ations (House of Usher, Pit and the Pendulum, Masque of Red Death), and very few of the virtues, with the excepton of a beautifully Victorian interior set that is supposed to represent the inside of the old Whately farmhouse. (C) NY. Times News Service JOLLY MOLLY Family Restaurant NEWMANSTOWN, PA. Sunday Special BAKED HAM SN1TZ UNO KNEPP, $1 25 v,s - 1 ) ( , H M Toony TToinni with AllDY A11GELUCCI QUARTET amo BOOBY OAllDStEA THURSDAY, AUGUST 13.0HLY Two Shows 8 P.M. or 10:30 P.M. $8.00 per person Rt. 30 Eost of York 755-9641 TIPTOP DINER 1725 Columbia Ave., Lane. EFFIE'S SUNDAY SPECIALS Free Gift Drawing Everv Wed. Come One Come AH Open 24 Hours A Day MiADOWmLLSl DINING HOUSE NEW OANVILLE PIKE. LANCASTER I SUNDAY SPECIAL FILLED MEAT LOAF FULL COURSE DINNER $2.75 . Srt.orgasbord I Meat Loaf, Baked Ham, Tur- key, Roast Beef, Fried Chick-1 en, French Fried Sea Food, Chicken Potpie plus Salads & Desserts . . . . $3.00 Serving From T1 -30 AM. to 5 P.M. ( the louhge .fntooiE AiASTEr Chicig, liur MOUNT JOY LEGION (2 Mi. E. of Mt. Joy Off Rt. 230 By-Pass) TONITE FREDDIE MASTERS Coming Sat., Aug 8 THE TONES Coming Sat., Aug. 15 CAPTAIN RICK &The Riverboat Crew SUNDAY DINNERS 12 Noon to 9 P.M. hts ah SSI 1461 Writer Signed f HOLLYWOOD Of', - Pro-ducer-director William Wyler has signed Academy Award win' ner I A L. Diamond to write the screen adaptation of Forty Ca rats, the popular Btage come, dy. The film is being made by Wylers Summit Productions for Columbia Pictures. f Diamond was also the screenwriter for Cactus Flower. f PUSHNIKS IISANOH, PA. - TODAY - Smorgasbord OVER 50 ITEMS ALL YOU CAN EAT Adults - $1 ,99 Children $1.00 HARRY STARK AT THE ORGAN . - -4 1 Appnrln, Thlt Wk Tu.i , W.4 , Than, DAISY MAE . , ... STARTING TOMORROW AUGUST 3 THE SAS SHADES For Reservations Phone 272-9080 HAPPY HEW YEAR!! (practlre irtnioni every Jf riduy Kturtinf 5 P.M.) STAfIZIOLA at 6:30l KING DOUGLAS -HOTEL- ; N. Duke & E. King Sts. P.S. After Proctice Session Enjoy Dinner ... Serving 'til 1 1 ; Both American & Chinese Youre Invited Sorry-No Brussels Sprouts rjTJ IPGW - 1 FOR HISTORICAL SIGHTSEEING Tours from Noon to 7 P.M., Saturday & Sunday! and Holidays DUTCH COLONIAL VALLEY Menges Mills, Pa. y v ; r Vi 'M i ! Mlllllll Insist I HIAMG C 'i I j AT THE FOODERGONG LODGE-AUG. 3 thru SEPT. 12 The fabulous NEW ZEALAND TRADING CO. has returned to the FOODERGONG 1 for a second smash engagement, by popular demand! They are accomplished musicians, song writers and vocalists of extraordinary talent who have appeared on national T,V. and have earned notional acclgim. The group will have two records released on August 15. Make plans now to join us at the FOODERGONG in the beautiful HEARTH & HARNESS for an unforgettable evening of fine dining and sensational entertainment. Call Ahead For Reservations (717) 859-1131 t? o atiearth, Joui l's Fur CovkUils During Our I dte Shons 1 11,12 L1 .Mtdy-Rt. 222, Ephruti jA 4 MrfAl rir i

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