Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 5
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Now You Know. By United Ptm tnternattontl Singer Andy Williams' voice wai used bwtead of the voice of aef feftg Uuren fcacall when she sang in the movie "to Have and Um Not , . .» Explorer I, the first U.S. satellite, went into orbit on Jan. 31, 1958, and discovered the Van Allen radiation surrounding the earth. k By MCK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (_f»I) - Notes |to watch television by: The Headlines: The young gqlesbufa _Refliitj6f *Mdil, Galesburg, 1II. Thufsday, Jyly 5, 1973 5 y Joan Baez Headline TV Late-Nighters TdevhkHi la Review former evangelist Marjoe Gort nor has a July IS air date for his 90-minute, late-night ABO EVERETT'S TAP Wotogo, III. , FRIDAY A SATURDAY LOV-N-COUNTRY Featuring Dick Biddel TV special "Marjoe's Country: Nashville," In Which he is host of a tour that focuses on Tennessee music and life ABC-TV says the broadcast will concentrate particularly on that city and its environs. Joan Baez will be host of NBCVTVs weekly "Midnight Special" music series for the broadcast following the July 20 Johnny Carson show ... One of her guests, singer Mimi Farina, is her sister, and in addition to their solo numbers they will offer a duet FRI. and SAT. SPECIAL His & Hm T-Bont $7.50 Hit & Htrs Catfish $5.00 Rib Eyt $2.25 PLUS TAX Baked or French Fries Large Salad KNOTTY PINE TAP Wataga, III. — 375-9918 Teen Donee VIOLA Opero House SUN., JULY 8 7:30-10:30 "New Genesis" Onr Very Best Band BIG PAK SPECIAL I • ARBY'S ROAST BEEF I SANDWICH * FRENCH FRIES * SMALL SOFT DRINK All For Just ($1.34 Volue) Good Fri.-Sot.-Sun., July 6-7-8 SWING OVER TO.- Arby's 1661 N. HENDERSON ST. DANCE LITTLE LEAGUE BENEFIT BY Oxford Legion Post 1197 FEATURING THE OLD HEIDELBERG GERMAN BAND Alpha Legion Hall SAT., JULY 7, 1973 S p.m. io 12 p.m. Tickets $2.50 per person Blue Angel FRIDAY and SATURDAY RED BOUGHTON And The GOLDEN ROCKETS iday ELKS FAMILY BUFFET the programs: With its first and second episodes ranking 4th and llth respectively, ABC- TV's new summer comedy series "Love Thy Neighbor," about a black couple and white couple whose live next to each other, continues, strong in the 70-market survey ... Dick Cavett's ABC-TV series will, according to the network, devote its entire show Tuesday "to the recent Supreme Court decision on obscenity as it relates to pornography, with guests representing many areas of American society and divergent opinions on the decision." CBS-TV says the characters in its prize-winning hit series "The Waltons," about an American mountain family in the 1930s Depression, will progress naturally in age when the show begins its second season this fall—in short, they'll be a year older. "Masterpiece Theatre," a notable weekly entry on the noncommercial video network, will present, beginning in January, a 13-part British series, "Upstairs, Downstairs," which deals with "life in an elegant house in London between 1903 and 1910"—the Edwardian period. NOTICE Eagles Club Members FRIDAY, JULY S "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" ALMOST FREE FISH FRY 25c Per Plate START SERVING 6 P.M. LASAGNA 00^ DINNER ABC-TV is preparing for 1974 a two-hour drama about the Biblical patriarchs Jacob and Joseph, to be filmed in Israel, and the network observes that "archaeological studies have shed light on the kind of people they were and their way of life" ... The astute film critic Judith Crist has left NBC-TV's "Today" series, and her chores have fallen to the program's critic-at-large, Gene Shalit ... the periodic "ABC Theatre" series of television dramas has in development as a planned offering for next season a tale that concerns "three former Vietnam prisoners of war who must painfully adjust to a world that has greatly changed," and is titled "The Last Time We Cried Like Children." Two daytime ABC-TV shows, "The Dating Game" and reruns of the "Bewitched" comedy series, disappear from the network's Monday-through-Friday schedule as of next week One of the replacement programs is a new half-hour series, "The Girl in My Life," an audience participation entry "in which women are surprised With rewards for unselfish acts New Playing thru Set. THE CAREY TREATMENT JAMES COBURN JENNIFER O'NEAL On* Show Each Night At 7:30 Children 60c — AduUi $1.00 per person Salad, Garlic Bread OLD TIME MOVIES Th» place to go lor • family of fun" 1824 N. Henderson St til . I M •M 'll " II NOW SHOWING 1st TIME Historic BUREAU COUNTY The OWEN LOVEJOY Dinner Theatre Holiday Inn PRINCETON, ILL FRI.-SAT., JULY 6-7 Butterflies Are Free Directed by Palmer Martin Cocktails at 6, Buffet at 7, Play at 8 $8.00 Per Person PHONE Includes Meal, Tax, 815/643-2931 Tip and Play Reservation Only (Cocktails Extra) Must Be Guaranteed Box Office Opens At 7:15 ' One Showing Only at 7:30 I SPECIAL ENCORE . ENGAGEMENT! | Movie Entertainment Such I As This Is So Rare Your I Enjoyment Is Guaranteed. • WINNER I OF 3 J ACADEMY AWARDS1 I AMELOT 1 I I I I I L TECHNICOLOR® PANAVISION* I PtoM Wmvf Brse* _Bi_ I of kindness" ... The other replacement show is reruns of the dreadful comedy series "The Brady Bunch," which will continue to plague us with its prime time episodes as well. Since the end of World War II, the housing market has been one of the largest users of borrowed funds in the American economy. For A New Experience In Dining WAJift TRY THE WOODHULL PLAZA Sundoy BUFFET Phalli DINNERS %|J O 0<*~ 1 11:30 A.M. to " \u 7:00 P.M. p\0%O \\ Every Sunday -ft s " ndayr . ^SKw >fJ«SSw^:;>iA Morning Breakfast 12 MIDNIGHT TILL 2:30 A.M. Served Buffet Style $1.45 (Different variety of food each week) — Tuesday Night Specials — ONE-HALF FRIED CHICKEN $2.25 8-OZ. WESTERN STRIPETTE $2.60 — Wednesday Night Special — CHARLOIN STEAK — $2.25 — Friday Night Specials — CATFISH DINNER $2.50 CATFISH (1 Full Lb.) $3.25 ONE-HALF FRIED CHICKEN $2.25 — Saturday Night Specials — 8-OZ. WESTERN STRIPETTE $2.60 CHARLOIN STEAK $2.25 All Specials Include POTATOES — SALAD — ROLLS Salad Bar Available Friday & Saturday Nights and Sunday Until 7:00 p.m. SOFT ICE CREAM - QT. 6$c - GAL. $2.25 Banquet Facilities Available — Birthday Cakes on Request COFFEE SHOP and DINING ROOM BACK IN FULL OPERATION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AFTER OUR FIRE. • WOODHULL PLAZA Interstate 74 and Illinois Rt. 17 PHONE 934-2191 WOODHULL, ILLINOIS HELD OVER ^mB ____BJ_B* B r Box Office Opens 7 P.M. They Really Found A Great New JAMES BOND III? LIVE AND LET DPE I rPGfSg United Artists | Shows At 7:15-9:25 P.M. Open 8 - Shows At Dusk Now thru Wed.! See The Original Bad Bob Call-Out Judge Bean. PAUL NEWMAN IN THE LIFE AND TIMES OF PLUS Kwrrc /Kune -niii The n«w screen excitement thai gives you me bigs**' k*ck of your life! "Fists of Fury Appearing Nightly at The Red Coach Lounge THE CAROL ST. LAWERENCE You'll be royally ENTERTAINED by THE CAROL ST. LAWERENCE SHOW featuring popular vocals by Carol and her Guitarist, accompanied by a Jazz organist and a drummer. THE CAROL ST. LAWERENCE SHOW has performed for audiences in CHICAGO (Mr. Kelley's for 1 year), MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, HOUSTON, MONTREAL, LAS VEGAS and PITTSBURGH to name a few. THE RED COACH LOUNGE is very pleased to be able to bring the Carol St. Lawerence Show to the Galesburg area. See you at the . . . ROUTE 150 NORTH Of GALESBURG Metro Cinema 1 • Peoria, III. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT STARTS THURS., JULY 5th ALL SEATS — $2.50 METRO SB? ,V Tfe&fo X Adulii Only Tickets On Sale by Mail or at Box Office SUNDAY thru THURS. — Mat.: 2 P.M. — Eve.: 7:30 - 10 VM. FRI. - SAT. and SUNDAY — 5 - 7:30 and 10 PM. SPECIAL PERFORMANCE TICKETS - HELD OVER - ____S__pfi_ PATGARRETCioroBMYTHEKIl) [R|^S> METROCOLORiPANAVlS!ON» mgm© SHOWS — 7:15 & 9:15 CINEMA I & II N,**t 10 ARLANS — N Mender iO»> Si .^CALESBURt' ' i-42-6224 STARTS FRIDAY — MaxvonSydow LivUUmann ^n ^i^s^ 3E_l2aflCfcij^^p (s _iJ Tecb*okx*-fiom Warner Bro&« La si- Day! «LOST HORIZON 7:00 & 9:30

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