Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 19, 1974 · Page 16
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14—Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, CalH. Friday, July 19, 1974 Your today, tomorrow by the stars For Saturday, July »,ltt4 TO win Leo, talk of love. Here are the persons who are natural swashbucklers, susceptible to flattery to such a degree that charm is more the word than ego. Yes, Leo can be charmingly naive, especially where members of the opposite sex are concerned. Talk of love to Leo and you ignite the spark of life. Leo is the Sun and living and swagger and speculation — above all, Leo is the heart and the backbone of love. Talk of love to Leo and you have an eternal audience. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Accent is on children, creativity, affairs of heart — and Leo plays a role. Make changes. Tear down and remodel. Rebuild on solid base. Study fine print. Romance is evident but refuse to be gullible. Protect yourself in emotional clinches. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Study Aries message for valid hint. Deal in direct manner with persons important to you. Means say what you mean — mean what ybu say. Emphasis is on conclusion, association with older person who could pull purse,strings. Be specific. You can gain valuable ally. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Movement, visits,,' short journeys are likely to be featured. You deal with relatives to greater extent than has been true in past. ..Taurus; Libra individuals figure prominently. Special message leads to ultimate prof it, Follow through! CANCER -(June 21-July 22): Emphasis is on money, personal possessions, payments and collections, Count your change! Element of wishful thinking, possible deception does exist. Know it and prepare accordingly. Pisces, Virgo persons can aid. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Take initiative; be a self-starter. Trust your own judgment. Accept responsibility. Push ahead — opportunity is available and awaiting your knock. Capricorn could be in picture. Express original concepts. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You get peek behind the scenes. You find ways of appealing to more persons. Element of glamor is present. Aries, Libra persons are likely to be in picture. Finish what you start. Illustrate meanings — advertise products. Be unique. Eschew imitations. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Emphasis is on desire and how to get what you need. Romance, pleasure and luxury are spotlighted. Dynamic, direct approach is best — know it and act in positive manner. One you respect pays meaningful compliment. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You pull your own weight. You gain confidence. You make room for yourself at top. Your hunches are oil target. You learn and teach. You are busy, and resolve differences with family. Life takes on a more rosy glow. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Good lunar aspect coincides now with journeys, < education, ability to perceive potential. Open lines.of communication. Check sources. Be a reporter-investigator. Give full rein to intellectual curiosity. Gemini is in picture. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Someone throws you a blockbuster opinion. Key is to digest and ruminate. Means don't jump into fray until prepared and fully aware of consequences. Aquarius, Leo and Scorpio could figure prominently. Money and interest rates may be motivating factors. AQUARIUS ' (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Marriage, legal ties, serious commitments are' featured. Gemini, Virgo and Sagittarius individuals could be in picture. Be aware of public reaction — and public relations. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Be analytical. Some people will tell you things for sake of effect. Key is to be responsible, to check, to inquire and to aim at truth. Keep resolutions concerning dental work, general health and diet: You could do with more exercise, too! IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you are subject to more moods than the average person. You, are sensitive — your "nervous stomach" is famous. Your social Ufe, this year, is greatly improved. You can be happier if you so permit. In August, you fall madly in love — and it could be with one who already loves you: Television highlights Friday's Television Highlights By United Press International "The CBS Friday Night Movies" at 9 p.m. screens 1968's "The Sweet Ride," starring Tony. Franciosa, Michael Sarazzin and Jacqueline Bisset in a drama about murder in a beach community (R). "ABC Wide World of Entertainment" at 11:30 p.m. has an "In Concert" program with Jim Stafford as host to Maggie Bell, The Electric Light Orchestra, Rod Stewart and Faces and Locomotive GT. NBC's "The Midnight Special" (1-2:30 a.m. Saturday) is 'Hosted by Helen Reddy. Guests include Brownsville Station, Paul Williams, Janice Ian, Dave Loggins, Peter Allen and Ga6e Kaplan. PIPE BAND TO VISIT UKIAH — The 9th Infantry Division Pipe Band based at Fort-Lewis, Wash., %ill be on hand to celebrate the Rotary Water Carnival this weekend. The six piece band will perform throughout the Lake-Mendocino area and should please all those in attendance. The band was arranged for through the Army Recruiting Service in Ukiah. This attraction will be in addition. to the many activities planned for the whole family on Sunday, July 21, including sailboat races, swimming contests for all ages, free motorboat rides, games on shore fOr the children/and a spaghetti feed to be served from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. GUIDE DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIAL $]50 Including Coffee INING & ENTERTAINMENT Whatever your preference for entertainment for yourself or your family— NOW PLAYING Last Times Tuesday ^ P-PHON ?ittTru Continuous Shows Sunday from 1:30 p.m. DON'T MISS THIS BIG NEW HIT I Enjoy this week CLINT EASTWOOD AND JOIN THE LIDO LUNCH BUNCH DAILY FROM 11 A.M.! For reservations, call 462-2212. Your hosts are Bernieand Joan Wright. THE LIDO 228 E. Perkins, Ukiah. Two blocks off State Street. We accept most major credit cards JIM FRENZI: OWNER DINNERS 5 To 10 Weekdays Complete Dinners 5 To n Fri . S at. & Sun. ($3.00 And Up) FAMILY STYLE CHEF: JACK REYNOLDS FEATURING- MAX DURHAM (Thurs. Fri. Sat. & Sun. Eves, at 9 P.M.) JIM'S SIZZLER OPEN FROM 10 A.M. TO 2 A.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK 274-8811 THE NEW OWNERS OF THE HAPPINESS IS CLUB BUD & JANE JOHNSON Invite You To LISTEN AND DANCE TO THE LIVE MUSIC FROM9 P.M. - 2 A.M. -FEATURING- THE TENNESSEE BOYS 311 Lake Mendocino Dr. 462-3016 HE HAS EXACTLY • SEVEN MINUTES TO GET RICH QUICK! CLINT EASTWOOD 'THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT'I HI United Artnta p ¥ve aniepi must m<i|ur cretrn caras. I'l <&MW#S ###fUlfllllUmi%\YYY «ZttlV I PRESENTS EL AZTECA -featuring , COMBO SPECIAL Vft $150' Lunch and Dinner I TO I [ TACO-RICE - BEANS -SALAD ENCHILADA- BEANS(-RICE- SALAD many more to choe? MANY DELICIOUS MEXICAN DIN-NERS "> '0* A \ff . 1631S< State St. f^** % ' ' JT-r Open 10:.10 to 10:30 -Across from WARDS HappY - ROAD RUNNER CAFE WONDERFUL MEALS AND FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE 7 mi. east off 101 on Hwy. 20 in CLAMS $2.50 PRAWNS $2.95 EWYORK; $3.95^, closed Tues. ED & ROSEMARY 485-8222 - Ron-Do-Voo UKIAH MONDAY SPECIAL Beef Pot Pie with vegetables Roast Pork w- $ 165 dressing I AURORA RESORT & MARINA Highway 20—Nice Calif. ^OR THE "REST" OF YOUR LIFL? Boating-Swimming-Fishing-Dancing \\ r9pw. 4o .Urn- I ' \ rAf <7£eA/0 s S C£C4&~\ L Zl6t A/. <QM+z Qf\ —I "THUNDERBOLT" Starting Times Weekdays & Sat. 7:12-9:34 Sunday 2:12-4:41-7:10-9:39 Added Color Cartoon "PHONY EXPRESS" 1351 No. State St. SMORG'ETTE The J3ROILER WW TONIGHT SATURDAY SUNDAY |3 FEATURE PROGRAM—REGULAR PRICES! "EASILY ONE OF THE BEST OF THE YEAR IN ANY CATEGORY!" -Richard Schickel. Time Magazine Paramount Pictures Presents Bang the drum slowly Color Pnnts by Mowetab . A Paramount Release •N.Y. Daily News PG It Starting Time 8:45 IFEATURE NUMBER 2l CHARLES BRONSON—URSULA ANDRESS TECHNICOLOR <m , A NATIONAL V GENERAL k PICTURES ^ RELEASE E±3 G3 Housekeeping Cottages 1-2 & 3 Rooms LIVE MUSIC Fri. & Sat. Nights By The ALLEY CATS AWARD WINNING DINING ROOM $050 Full Course Dinners From w Lounge Entertainment - Organ Bar Family Rates 462-740S Delicious Chilled Salads Hot Entrees Home Made Soups, Pies, Muffins & Cake LUNCH 11 A./y\.-2:30 P.M.-$1.75 DINNER Weekdays 5:00-9:00-$2.30 SUNDAYS 12:00-9:00 P.M. ALSO, ALL FOOD TO GO BROILER STEAK HOUSE LODGE on Uv<1 Drive 7 Miles North of Uki.-.h follow signs or turn on yellow siqnal PROP: TONY FERNANDES 'RED SUN" Starts at u, IFEATURE NUMBER 31 PHONE (707) 274-9947 — NICE, CA. RE-OPENING SPECIALS CLUB CALPELLA STEAK HOUSE (Under Original Management) 'JUNIOR BONNER" Starts 12:35 COiOR BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER BACON l EGGS ^ MERCHANT'S LUNCH NEW YORK $4.50 .2 EGGS M.40 < $ 1.30 on up TOP SIRLOIN $4.25 inc.h.,hbrown,, , SPENCER STEAK $4.95 "••'•"V* I PRIME RIB..,$5.95...FRI. SAT. SUN. A MONl MEXICAN FOOD ASK ABOUT OUR WEEKEND SPECIAL I MEXICAN FOOD-HOMEMADE PIE WE CATER TO BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES, WE SUPPLY THE CAKE. CALL FOR RESERVATIONS — 485-8430. COCKTAILS AVAILABLE IN THE DINING ROOM 6175 NO. STATE CALPELLA SPECIALS GOOD FOR 30 DAYS ALL KINDS OF COMBINATIONS ORDERSTO GO SPECIAL LUNCH Family Atmosphere EVERY DAY MEXICAN Beer Spanish magazines • Records & tapes 1801 S. State St. 462-8191

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