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more than two decodes of excel- - fence in gourmet steck and seafood - - Reservations 832-7060s SWAIN'S Show Times Mom ftwe Sot 630 9:15 Son 3-6-9 Rated (it) 0)II)mclx1x1)(1)r yi Adult Matinee y M o n thru Sat from 1:00 ':- K1 "Eruption" X -ALSO - "In Sara's Eyes" (XXX) X An Enchanted Evening Tonight tamng An Ada Natty Mo Nan and Mae Factell 11-111 8PM THE FITZPATRICLIS lawsnow Slatting Bert Aramer an Mdrcoae Losteito 8 The News and Observer Raleigh N C Tuesday September 20 1977 Flops outpace hits in new shows Brief reviews of the new TV se- ries will appear from time to time in this column Today's list includes two hits ("Carter Country" "Redd Forc") and three flops ("Operation Petticoat" "Young Danl Boone" and "Chips") CCarter Country ( ABC Thursdays at 9:30 pm) — Southern-fried version of "Barney Miller" filled with genuinely funny insult humor involving a white police chief (Victor French) and his black sergeant (Rene Holliday) Never call me "Massah" says the gruff old cop "You know how nostalgic it makes me for the old days" Actually the men have a bond of unspoken affection and the actors form a winning comedy team French has a sort of lumbering humor while Holiday demonstrates a wit as sharp as some of his lines Supporting characters are borderline imbeciles particularly Harvey Vernon as Jasper the ithief's third cousin twice removed Policewoman Cloris (Barbara Cason) refuses to press Jasper's dress uniform because she doesn't do sheets Jasper allows as how Musician's jazz strays Af:mrTh from traditional styles The Aces ov n Bridge nn by Ira G Corn Jr "Forgiveness does not change the past but it does enlarge the future" Paul Boese Today's interesting hand was reported in the District 13 "Kibitzer Newsletter" distributed to Chicago's bridge players Jerry Lerner's column "Fourteenth Trick" contained a full analysis of the play and observed that East may have enlarged his future had he been able to forgive the past West led the diamond queen and declarer ducked without hesitation hoping for an error by the defense West cashed the diamond ace East signalled with the nine of spades but for some -unknown reason West continued with another diamond Declarer won the diamond 'king and cashed the ace of clubs and then put East on lead with another club to East's king East switched to a spade but declarer took the ace and ran the rest of the club suit With the hand reduced to four cards East was compelled to hold at least three hearts together with a high spade and that was the end of him Declarer cashed his ace of hearts and then put East on play with his high spade The forced heart return gave declarer a free finesse and declarer made his nine tricks Perhaps East had good reason to gnash his teeth when West continued with a third diamond However East did miss his chance for a good play Since the damage of no spade shift had been already done East could have shown some forgiveness and discarded his king of clubs (or played it under the ace) In that case West would have had an unexpected entry in the queen of clubs and the NORTH 90-A 165 IC J97 92 4 to a 4 2 By 1 Bill Morrison he's really not a bigot All men are created equal he says "irregardless of whether some of us is colored black or some of us is colored properly" 12Redd Fox x (ABC Thursdays at 10 pm) — Hilarious premiere for a black performer whose only limitation is his inability to croon a tune Outrageous unpredictable fun filled with insult humor one-liners blackouts (pardon me Redd) and extended routines Not nearly as erratic as one might have thought given Foxx's penchant for playing long shots Most of them pay off Foxx kids his own image as the temperamental star of NBC's "Sanford and Son" (La Wanda WEST EAST 46 74 4 ICQ393 iP 42 Q10163 AQ17654 10 4 Q6 41(5 SOUTH di A102 AS K83 4 AJ973 Vulnerable: Both Dealer: West The bidding: West North East South 3 Pass Pass 3NT Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Queen of diamonds long diamonds would have set the game Bid With Corn South holds: 41( Q J93 9'2041 IQ10863 10 4K5 North South 14 16 INT ? Answer: Three hearts Force to a major suit game If Opener bids three no trump bid four hearts to show the distribution Send bridge questions to The Aces PO Box 12363 Dallas Texas 75225 with self-addressed stamped envelope for reply Copyright Irn United Feature Synditate Inc EfiroN: I TIMM HILLS SHOPPING CEII1EPI Pso41 7714194 -- Shows -- 3:00-5:054:10-9:1 OUTLAW tri8111 MIN 1 iim Imo 1PG '-'' "IPLIIITZER PRIZE MUSICAL PLAY gbuilPecigc The Vi 113 Dim? alto The chords were jazz chords and the rhythms were jazz rhythms but when James Milne played them they came out different from what his audience might have expected Milne is the new musician in residence at North Carolina State University and he was making the first of several appearances on the campus Sunday evening in Stewart Theater Milne playing piano and a little xylophone provided the unexpected time after time Even familiar tunes like "Here's That Rainy Day" and "All the Things You Are" offered little opportunity for the listener to sit back and drift off while tapping a finger lightly on the arm of the chair His style seems an interesting blend of piano styling from the Fifties with rippling arpeggios and fairly standard chord progressions but an exciting departure otherwise from tra LUNCHEON MENU SPECIALS! Co loaf Tide $225 Fish Sandwich en Sion SI 45 GnlId Ham Steak $175 Small OHS load Soma $225 Qinche Lamina- $195 s t Beef Pattie $165 111Q kid Sonchrnh $175 nil orders hated bees ere served Irons e green soled perste end french breed Served et hinds only! 7 Open for tooth Moo 'Iwo Fri 1130to130 Oros fec Mono fury Day 53010 1030 3005 Hillsborough Street Phone 833-3455 RICHARrioDGERS OSCAR HigERSTE13 Flirmbatito 787-7771 CALL AHEAD Page his former co-star and nemesis on that series is on hand for a very funny massage parlor episode) Praising ABC for its generosity Foxx said he could use any dressing room any parking place and any fountain including "the Farrah Fawcett which stopped working after one season" The best silent spot had Foxx reading black history in braille During a monologue Foxx said the secret word in a routine stolen from the old Grouch° Marx show "You Bet Your Life" The word was "gay" written on a placard carried by a cardboard cutout of Anita Bryant The prize was 50 gallons of orange juice "I've always been a fan of yours" Foxx tells the figure "ever since you became a beauty queen" COperation Petticoat (ABC Saturdays at 8:30 pm) — Waterlogged wartime comedy will soon be consigned to Davy Jones' Locker John Astin a capable actor plays the skipper of a pink submarine that should have been dubbed the Titanic OYoung Dan'l Boone (CBS Mondays at 8 pm) — Old-fashioned series with a picture book beauty and nothing more Even the Fess Parker original which aired from Music review ditional jazz forms This was most notable in his constantly shifting meter and tonality Even the blues and boogie became elusive under his touch Milne is also a formidable composer One such composition was a piece for piano and tape a la Henry Cowell and John Cage While some of the R x ADULI ATTRACTIONS tyl DIASKIt D LI ralAmoskttEl X EASY ALICE e VIRGIN SNOW 12 EIM03DIUMI A YOUNG STUDENTS ri DEVIL INSIDE HER lel MEN DWAXIIN ImiDuitamiming Et ri PORN BROKERS E4 SUMMER OF LAURA Li milksILINTEIMM X LI molingLpa IMIE3E3C3IMMIE3 HOT WIVES LOVE IN STRANGE RIMS 4 c E:3 1964 to 1970 looks good in retrospect Adventure re-tread should appeal only to those households into comic books Hick Moses plays the pioneer blazing a new trail through the wilderness Ji-Tu Cumbuka is the Shakespeare-spouting slave Devon Ericson the girl who wants to marry the wanderer now rather than "the day after forever" Homespun dialogue of the "he'sgot-me-tw I xt-the-dog-a nd-the-tree" variety and rather amateurish acting provide unintentional laughs OChips (NBC Thursdays at 8 pm) — Mindless entertainment about two motorcycle cops chasing up and down the California freeways "Starsky and Hutch" on wheels Larry Wilcox is the boynext-door type decidedly simple Erik Estrada the partner suffering a terminal case of hoof-in-mouth disease Computer saves MACONIB Ill (UPI) — Two Western Illinois University mathematicians are attempting to conserve walnut by using a computer to determine the maximum number of gunstock patterns that can be cut from a three-inch-thick piece music was jazz-like most of it was far more complex and thought-provoking Using not only the keyboard but also the xylophone a pair of woodblocks and various beaters and bells to thump pluck and strum the strings of the piano he created a fascinating listening experience -JOE D RICE They obeyed but one cornmand VIARC4 OR DIE GENE HACKMAN TERENCE HILL Enlimintmel At 7:15-9:10 REGENCYi Mrini-112I SOUTH HILLS SHOPPING CENTER 467-0387 At:11-5 7:10-9:15 Buy and Sell With Want Ads 7113M'E5ff VITUD Es 8 11 r1-'1 n Ns" 10PM LOU GRAN7F4A NEVI SHOW PREMIUM L : ' Redd Foxx's new show is premiering Thursday TV comedian critical alter heart attack COLUMBUS Ohio (UPI) — Frank Fontaine 57 who delighted millions with his portrayal of "Crazy Guggenheim" on the old "Jackie Gleason Show" Monday was listed in critical condition after suffering a heart attack Fontaine suffered the attack Sunday at Port Columbus International Airport while awaiting a plane He was taken to Mount Carmel East Hospital by the emergency squad from suburban Whitehall The spokesman said Fontaine had a history of heart illness 2 Adult Shows "CELESTINE" And "HOOKER CONVENTION" This is one convention you will never forget and don't want to miss! Rated (X) Open 71 S Sew is Owsk 10 flP9 The Pio' I festouront ond noghtdub neon villooe lanvov kft Magician Mentalist Illusionist Hypnotist Mind Reader 41" In:t1 11 31)2t19 SC 0 RP 10 dinr 7 00ttint also APPfn9 SI Ph 834-0524 Wed-Sat Koughloy & Eckley Iht Thurs -Sat SONNY TERRY and BROWNIE McGEE 7 hot machines and foxy woment mAR101 MICHAIL GORTHSta PAIMS fOMEST ) N the 18a:t0uOtoli: V315 Open at Dusk DILIVE-IN US 1 NOM (vn:I:AcETw1N1 CAW RON V ILIAA 37 8 SI - 2S-9 Is Op 7 00 I WANTADS WORK EVERYWHERE DIAL 821-4112 there's a ir new day ©NEM AT YOUR IHOP Oiler good 7 am 11 am Monday through Friday until Nov 4 1 A Qtazizackg 'au ? ) MOS TOWNS -Cause Coutme 7 IS & IP OS Fri— A ST kit tS SOIN" 1MMIZZZ mzrzaZeD ir Mk" t 64 ma onno MO fi Camay Ptak "MwArthar It 30 Owly Nasty hada "Midway" I 00 rptil 1717171 ed S'IliD101 f j "FasiZotil'it'a' ""S Wont' SI SO til S JO Py r a olos 3 IISS 10-1 04 4 V A if 00 0 1000 00 4ery 4 se - N e r '971- r V' I 1 r s 'p i ticolony til 5 $150 after 5 0 "binds Stream" 5 304 IS 0 Swim Maims 14154 JO SKI9 V71fJ There's a new American feeling about breakfast People in a hurry rushing to get to work to make appointments These people want a quick nutritious breakfast That's why we've created our Good Morning Menu With breakfasts that are quick But most importantly a great value Good Morning Menu — perfect for those mornings you have to eat and run Something special from the breakfast specialists — your International House of Pancakes Good Morning Menu 1 Apple Crêpe En Casserole 99' A glorious combination of hot apple compote wrapped in our famous thin crêpe Topped with hot ante compote and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar Delightful! 2 Golden Waffle International $119 Our delicious golden waffle served with your choibe of two sums of bacon or two sausage links 3 French Toast International $119 Four triangular slices swizzled in beaten eggs browned titt golden pedection Served with your choice cil two strips of bacon or Iwo sausage links 4 Eggs International $169 Two eggs (any style) serrett with two strios of bacon or two sausage links Plus your choice of three Buttermilk Pancakes or toast ma-frimmimmimm 1313 Hillsborough Street monommEmmomi A ----- The linternational House Panedm off CYoung Dan'l Boone (CBS Mon- ' '' r'''' ' ' - ''''' ' ' '': ''''' ' ' ‘ I I 1 8 The News and Observer Raleigh N C 1 Tuesday September 20 1977 1nWORMRONO1MV1 - Vt rWWS4" 10 '"'"" "V TV comedian Flops outpace hits in newshows 'critical' '' '''" ''' ' H'' - 6 - 19 1: after '''i' ' '''''' ' ' 'f ':A '' i '- '' "asy'' ' ' ' '' heart attack Brief re Page his former co-star and 196-1 to 1970 looks good in retro- -'4 views of the new TV se- : -‘: ' :' : l ' ' : ' ' 1: 406s : y : : ries Will appear from time to time nemesis on that series is on hand spect Adventure re tread should ft'' -' AN SNt ': - CP:1h )M it: ' ' f in this column Today's list includes ' for a very funny massage parlor appeal only to those households into : ' : s ' I two hits ("Carter Country" "Redd episode) Praising ABC for its gen- comic books Ohio Foxx") and three flops ("Opera- By ' '' V4 Rick Moses plays the pioneer i : 4 ' erosity Foxx said he could use any tion Petticoat" "Young Dan'L dressing room any parking place blazing a new trail through the wil- - '' s-: --ff 7 Boone" and "Chips") Bill v k -41 and any fountain including the derness Ji-Tu Cumbuka is the ' ' ' "''''''ms"7:ift- : :::H 5(1JL0--U delighted Fontaine iontaine i Farrah Fawcett which stopped Shakespeare-spouting slave Devon 1 i' i N s : - CCarter Country ( ABC Thurs- Morri W of son A working after one season" The Ericson the girl who wants to ' 4' n a S : - i Show crazy NOI oungdpgaor ey n t h weaiy millions d i listed iii si ot oe n ns 1 days at 9:30 pm) — Southern-fried 44' v best silent spot had Foxx reading marry the wanderer now rather 4 Asr a G t version of "Barney Miller" filled 1 'rt - t s black history in braille than "the day after forever" g a al yheart a tn dPort ai plane c o 1 u m alelasoonf with genuinely funny inStlit humor I ') -- A During a monologue Foxx said Homespun dialogue of the "he's- 1 : y L involving a white police chief (Vic- the secret word in a routine stolen got-me-twixt-the-dog-and-the-tree" & - ‘ t is while ifck leresri suffering Sunday c d c o I i tor French) and his black sergeant from the old Grouch° Marx show variety and rather amateurish act- ‘ ' t h A ' I r ( Kene Holliday) Never call me "You Bet Your Life" The word ing provide unintentional laughs - 4 ie ' 1' a "" p "" he's relly not a bigot All men are was gay written on a lacard CChips (NBC Thursdays at 8 f' 'N'sao ' 41 bus FHs oe International n t awai ns e t as uk fef enrt a e dti toot nAa tsci hirakeop of utaenr tt r : Massah says the gruff old cap "You know how nostalgic it makes created equal he says "irregard- carried by a cardboard cutout of pm) — Mindless entertainment 1"i't: 7 '':4 '4: : b Cannel East Hospital by less of whether some of us is col- 4-0 " A the emergency squad from i me for the old days" Anita Bryant The prize was 50 gal- about two motorcycle cops chasing t: : 4 ' suburban Whitehall t ored black or some of us is colored Ions of orange juice "I've always up and down the California free- q t - ! The spokesman said Fon- s Actually the men have a bond of properly" been a fan of yours" Foxx tells the ways "Starsky and Hutch" on 4e''' A ' --t -' - unspoken affection and the actors CRedd Fox x (ABC Thursdays at figure "ever since you became a wheels Larry Wilcox is the boy- f : A ''' 3 e - '' 'I' illness 'k" taine had a history of heart I ' form a winning comedy team 10 pm) — Hilarious premiere for a beauty queen" next-door type decidedly simple: i 4- r i French has a sort of lumbering black performer whose only limita- COperation Petticoat (ABC Sat- Erik Estrada the partner suffering humor while Holliday demon- tion is his inability to croon a tune urdays at 8:30 pm) — Water- a terminal case of hoof-in-mouth TER CEN silpy4 r ' Pss: ‘ strates a wit as sharp as some of his O filled with insult humor one-liners utrageous unpredictable fun logged be consignewartime comedy will ' Lock- - disease ts c NW MO : N It lines s blackouts (pardon me Redd) and er John Astin a capable actor uomputer sav ' es ' t ' ' ' ' ' '' thwiletholdhis“ Jackie ' Supporting characters are bar- nearly as extended routines ot l Plays the skipper of a pink subma- N- s derline imbeciles particularly N MACON1B Ill (UPI) — Two West- given erratic as one might h thought rine that should have been dubbed Harvey Vernon as Jasper the en t oxx s penchan t have the Titanic ern Illinois University mathemati- Redd Fames new sow s pr 416-'-i :'400"' w I 2 tadaiTS:18olislit 1 h is Thursday ithief's third cousin twice removed long shots Most of them pay t for playing cians are attempting to conserve "H 1 OOKER Policewoman Cloris (Barbara days at 8 pm) — Old-fashioned walnut by using a computer to deter- CONVENTION Cason) refuses to press Jasper's Foxx kids his own image as the - series with a picture book beauty mine the maximum number of gun-t Y dress uniform because she doesn't temperamental star of NBC's and nothing more Even the Fess stock patterns that can be cut from a will never s one enfroorgnsetatnion you do sheets Jasper allows as how t "Sanford and Son" (LaWanda Parker original which aired from three-inch-thick piece r- The Pier This want to miss! Rated (X) festouront ond noghtdub ovnefon villooe subwov Open 71S Sew et towsk 11:11miiiintde:leitorni St Musician s jazz strays "MaglliInIotMisst sixti i i 30-2t0 SCORPIO 17:-- I el aiNtrawl dinner 7 Oattlrli also Aprowon9 Sim mantt 4 K:"-----4'zl--1A A Ph 834-0524 Wed-Sat Koughloy & Eckley 7 1k ike 9 4 m fro traditional stylPs Thurs -Sat SONNY TERRY and BROWNIE McGEE 1 e1717 tiONVirk 0 blackouts (pardon me Redd) and er John Astin a capable actor Computer saves ' e '' 14 - 1 j w I 4 Supporting characters are bar- extended routines Not nearly as Plays the skipper of a pink subma- erline imbeciles particularly MACOMB RI UPI) — Two West- "CELESTINE 1' erratic as one might have thought rine that should have been dubbed iarvey Vernon as Jasper the ern Illinois University mathemati- And 41611 $!:-A ' '' s scowaeodo"' 1'1 C 2 Adult Shows“ given Foxx s penchant for playing the Titanic hief's third cousin twice removed Redd Fames new show is premiering Thursday " long shots Most of them pay off I:Young Dan'l Boone (CBS Mon- cians are attempting to conserve HOOKER 'olicewoman Cloris (Barbara is walnut by using a computer to deter- ason) refuses to press Jasper's CONVENTION 1 days at 8 pm) — Old-fashioned Foxx kids hts own image as the series ser- with a picture book beauty mine the maximum number of gun- rv This is one convention you which t 1' Even the Fess stock patterns that can be cut from a i- The Fier will never forget and don't t o sheets Jasper allows as how "Sanford and Son" (LaWanda Parker original v aired from : three-inch-thick piece Rated (X) ress uniform because she doesn't temperamental star of NBC's and nothing more fevouront ond etsghtdisb neon villooe lubwov Open 71S Start et towsk "MagictliyapriniotMisatn:141ntdeRie"audseiorniat ' r Musician's jazz strays t 1 3a2t0 SCORPIO 17:-- r' ------1 me 7 ( 00trint at Seep Moine APPPeropp Ph 834-0524 Wed-Sat Koughloy & Eckley I' Ph di rirlh f ro m traditional styles Thurs -Sat SONNY TERRY and BROWNIE McGEE i Otazimo e Aces sip ay A ST -Cause (mama" 7ISAIPOS r1 I The chords were jazz music was jazz-like most of hot machines and R Fri — " kit 3 SOON" ' "6 ‘ foxy woment rel? on Bridge were jazz rhythms but and thought-provoking e chords and the rhythms Music it was far more complex ) 1 '! - ' i 441" )110 lIZZZIMM i c v ? iltentwee r when James Mil review ne played Using not only the key- 1 Striagifl iti them they came out differ- board but also the xyl-o- ow' ' '1'4 :e-k' 'ii' r Ottvpy Pock "Mactrtlivr 9 30 Only t It' by Ira G Corn Jr ent from what his audience phone a pair of woodblocks 417 4' ik Ailt--j m MICHAIL i GORIMMEM Padt0S i-t-1 Noway hada "Midway" 1 00 Oaly might have expected ditional jazz forms This and various beaters and k Milne is the new musician was most notable in his bells to thump pluck and fortfar Nightly 8:00 & 11:3S II 7711171 r in residence at North Caro- constantly shifting meter strum the strings of the 2nd Feature: 9:35 hange the past but it does 6 7 4 ê K Q 1 9 3 i' "Forgiveness does not WEST EAST lina State University and and tonality Even as ma the piano he created a fasci- Open as Dusk nlarge the future" Paul 4 2 ? Q to I 6 3 STOD101 t he was the first of blues and boogie became nating listening experi- WYE —IN US I NOM- di Enitin I: ( iftLn litUt$ 3 loese '9 AQ17654 to several appearances on the elusive under his touch ence ILWAtitIPM(' I CAOARON VILLAIA 03711Si - 13S-9 IS Open 3 00 "Fasatutot Ammo citstrott Today's interesting hand 4 Q6 4 K 5 campus Sunday evening in Milne is also a formida- —JOE D RICE ) si so id S glows 3 IGS 10-1 30 0410 PO y 1 4411 k x as renorted in the District SOUTH Stewart Theater ble composer One such f pmi oor0000e h r 11 ' 1 :Ein MS EMI IMES EMS Mom EMMEN rlial keg I N '4 o po thicolony 1 glittlisatre 2 ‘ trwarNt7 42' I' IA' 1 r gli - ‘t ' f k 4 skt"x i 4 k ' fivvu via loalm- un of no spade shift had been al- LuLLEILLJm- - LI I 6 5 qIIP p5 throone et I — — i -k 04 7 - N g - i i ready done East could have TRION HILLS POPPING CSC kit L1(1 e le t i 14411111 111191 833-3455 4t r1 L -i' : shown some forgiveness and discar his king of clubs ---- Shows — -- - (or played ded it under the ace) 3:00-5057:10-9:15 ta ' I 1-a:P L''' Good Morning Menu In that case West would have 11 i b d '' vp - i: ha an unexpected entry in OUTLAW ' - 1 Apple Crêpe En Casserole the queen of clubs and the 7:30Pkil THE GOAIG SKOV er 4 kiS:d9c N G AtamolooursiotuhsmsoczboeinoTti000poeofdliwolithsoohoist acapoTepoctoemwporalospaldinstctrumr ! 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