Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 29, 1973 · Page 6
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Goiesburg Rggisler-Mail, Galesburg, Friday, June 29, 1973 NBC Has 3 - Hour Program on Energy Crisis By RTCK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Notes to watch television by: The Programs: NBC-TV, Television in Review Whieh has been planning a three*hour prime time special on the energy crisis, has set it for a Sept. 4 air date ... The same network also says its new middle-of-the-night talk series, "Tomorrow," an hour entry following the Monday-through Thursday Johnny Carson broadcasts, will foow in Oct. 2 ... The previously announced host of The Huddle Lounge PRESENTS THE RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE EVER POPULAR WAYNE CHAPMAN One of the Country's Finest Organists For Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure. (TUESDAY THRU SUNDAY-7 P.M. TILL MIDNIGHT) 1487 Henderson ''Tomorrow" will be Tom (Snyder, nightly news anchorman of NBC-TV's Los Angeles station. Barbra Streisand, whose ca reer breakthrough was aided by her superlative television spe cials in the 1960s, will return with another on CBS-TV next season, and Ray Charles is a scheduled guest. NBC-TV's July 9 Monday night baseball game for which Danny Kaye will be guest) commentator pits the Cincin­ nati Reds against the Montreal Expos (at Montreal) ...The fall term of CBS-TV's college-credit "Sunrise Semester" series offers courses in "The World of Islam" and "Twentieth-Century Literature: It's Past and Present" beginning the week of Sept. 23. Mark Twain Productions NBC-TV is planning two-hour productions of Mark Twain's "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" and Arthur Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1973 March 21 to April 20 (Aries) —Some changing conditions, new trends indicated. You won't like them all immediately, but many are better than appear at a glance. Study everything carefully. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) —Watch trends and join forces with those who have a stake in the common welfare. Your priceless energy can be of great help. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini)— fine day! You may be the recipient of special favors, tokens of good will or other unexpected benefits. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) —You may have to do some extra maneuvering, revise some plans. Don't go too far out on limb, however. Stability needed. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) — It may take longer to get things rolling than anticipated, but keep at it. And with no letdown in enthusiasm! A profitable business transaction indicated. Aug. 24 to Sept 23 (Virgo)— Especially favored now: conferences, making plans for the future, pursuits which stimulate the intellect. FOR YOUR DINING & DANCING PLEASURE Appearing Tuesday, Friday, Saturday ENTERTAINMENT BY RON CARROLL AND THE INN CROWD AT THE Sheraton Motor Inn "THE INN PLACE" V ^t 1-74 At E. Main 343-7151 ^>^» Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) r By no means, discount the "lit tie things," for through these you could attain your most worthwhile achievements. Study new trends, suggestions; be practical. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— Mixed influences. Organize talents and know how to promote your interests more efficiently. Translate good ideas into working processes. Romance favored. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius)—You may face some resistance, obstacles you had not anticipated. But you can find ways to skirt them. Mostly, it will depend upon your perception | and good reasoning. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) Be alert: A thoughtless move could have more serious reper cussions than you could possibly imagine. Emphasize your steadfastness, practicality. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Shun controversies which merely take up time and dissipate energies. Change your mode of approach if the occasion demands. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Look below the surface for more leads which will help you solve problems, get ahead faster in your occupation. Creative pursuits highly favored. YOU BORN TODAY: Unlike most Caneerians, you tend to be an extremist and highly un conventional at times. Like them, however, you have a keenly analytical mind, boundless imagination and great versatility. You are more outgoing than many born under your Sign and could shine as a salesman, orator or actor. You have a decided talent for music; could excel as either instrumentalist or composer. Other fields suited to your talents: The law, science, education and horticulture. [Miller's "After The Fall" .. "An American Family," the much-talked-about 12-part documentary series about a California family that allowed its daily life to be filmed for seven months, will be rerun by the noncommercial video network starting next Thursday ... National Basketball Association games, seen chiefly on Sundays [during their past years on ABC- TV, will also have a number of .Saturday outings when CBS-TV takes over the contests this coming season. The "Perry Mason' series which returns in a new version to ' CBS-TV come fall with Monte Markham in the old Raymond Burr title role, has signed Harry Guardino to play District Attorney Hamilton Burger (Mason's chief courtroom foe) and Dane Clark as police Lt. Tragg ... Pat Baumer is your Steak Expert In Galesburg. "I truly believe I can serve USDA Choice steak—just the way you like it, so that you'll come back again and again." Right now your steak expert is featuring USDA Choice New York Strip Sirloin with bread, choice of potato, and your choice of juice, soup or tossed salad. iust $a99 Visit Pat Baumer at Mr. Steak and enjoy a great steak. After all, he is Galesburg's steak expert. Two Plead Guilty HOUSTON (UPI)' - Beatrice D. Myrick, 49, pleaded guilty Thursday in 'the U.S. District Court to embezzling $36,978 from the Continental Bank and received a five-year prison sentence. Her sister-in-law, Willie Faye Toucheck, 43, pleaded guilty to embezzling $129,087 and also received a five-year sentence. Both worked in the bank's loan department from 1963-72. Now Playing thru Sat. The Story of Lolly Madonna ROD STEIGER JEFF BRIDGES One Show Each Night at 7:30 CHILDREN 60c—ADULTS 51.00 ROOKY'S MAID-RITE Closed For Vacation DANCI SAT., JUNE 30 9:30-12:30 American Legion Post 136 MONMOUTH, ILL. Music By: 'The Shammons" Kircheh Open For Regular Meals Four New Movies Opening At Galesburg Film Theaters Moviegoers will be a bit busyGielgud as the omnipotent with four new shows opening his weekend, plus the return of two solid hits of last year. The new Ross Hunter production "Lost Horizon," attempts to update a movie chestnut of the 930s with a Bacharach-David score. Peter Finch plays Ronald Coleman; Liv Ullmann is the girl with the secret birthday. An all-star supporting cast includes Sally Kellerman, Charles Boyer, Michael York and John priest. Lavish sets, nice music and' hackneyed plot rated G, at Cinema II. New Bond "Live and Let Die" Is a new James Bond film with a new James Bond, Roger Moore (TV's The Saint). It's pure Ian Fleming hokum with voodoo rites, gimmick watches and various See 'Fotii*'- (Continued on Page 13) KFRASOTER' COUNTRY MUSIC SHANGRI-LA INN 421 East Main EVERY THURS., FRI. & SAT. NIGHTS FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8:30-12:30 LAWRENCE HATCH JolnS? Kiassics DUE TO NEW HIGHWAY Driftwood Supper Club will be CLOSED Thursday & Friday We Will Be OPEN Saturday, June 30 AH Cars Must Approach From the West on New Pavement. DANCE TO Gordon Sundberg And The Melodee Makers Open To Public mmvm Shows 7:15*9i25 OPEN 7 P.M. NOWI A JAMES BOND FILM WITH ALL THE EXCITEMENT, THRILLS, YOU LOVE . . . Including Some Beauties. ALBERT RBROCCOL! rtHARRYSAITCMAM present ROGER MOORE as JAMES BONO in IAN FLEMING'S m LIVE AND LETDIE •few. YAPHETKOnOOANESEyMOUR-FrfejbyAlBERTRBROCCOLI^HARRYSALTZMAH feted try GUY HAMILTON • JcecWbyTOM MANKIEMCZ Tills Song teposi fcyPAULaM LINDA McCARTNEYa -.d PatasJ cy p;UL l .icCARTIIEfa] «3 Ir'w Sore bj GEORGE MTU |OB«UAI Morton PICTURE caiwmx muBit on UWED MISJS RECORDS AND TAPE;] United Artists NOW SHOWING Sam Peckinpah 's jnrtuun mm "T aii wmt. - ~ ® 1075 N. Henderson AMERICA'S STEAK EXPERT KNOTTY PINE TAP Watqgo, III. CLOSED ON SUNDAYS Best of ettetiiesfiELAdliesiol „ , MGM Presents "PAT QARRETT AND BILLY THE KID" JAMES COBURN • KRIS KROTOFFERSON • BOB DYLAN And Also Starring JASON ROBARDS • Music by BOB DYLAN Written by RUDOLPH WURUTZER.Producod byGORDONI CARROLL ^'ed^SAMPECKINRAH• METROCOLOR. PANAW^f^ EVENINGS 7:15 & 9:15 SUN. MATINEE 2:00 CINEMA I & II NEXT TO ARLANS - N. HENDERSON ST. GALESBURG tfEFffftfefc ( The ADVENTURE of'Lost Horizon' " is as breatbloss as it is spectacularl Columbi* Pictures pretentt Mutic by I AWieby ^ Lyric* by BUR.TBACHA&ACH HAL DAVID EVENINGS 7:00 & 9:30 SUN. MATINEE 1:30 A Show ut Dusk NOW Brought Bock by Popular SHOWING! Demand at Reasonable Prices HELLUPSJDE DOWN WHO WILL SURVIVE— BN ONE OF THE QREATEST ESCAPE ADVENTURES EVERI PANAVOSION* • COLOR BY DELUXE tmrnu mmmmm PLUS Robert Redford, CSeofje Se^el 9k Co* heist The Hot Rock almost tHt>*Wt»» COLOR by DELUXE®

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