6 jSate *ButterfUe»* at Dinner Play The 10ft Tony Award winning comedy, Butterflies Are Free, Will be presented in a dinner theater production by the Prairie Players July 20, 21, 22 and 2?, 28, 29 at the Sheraton Motor ton. > The cast includes Kitty Cannon, Michael Woods, and Joe and Ann Kibitleski. James Calderone directs the production. Seating will be limited and reservations are requested for dinner and the performance. Tickets are available at o. T. Johnsons, Lindstroms and the Sheraton Motor Inn. Friday, July 13, 1973 GRAND OPENING HODGES SUPPER CLUB WILLI AMSFIELD, ILL. TUESDAY, JULY 17th — Grand Opening Specials — From 7 PM Till ?? 10c DRAFT BEER - FREE FISH while it lasts - Miller 12 pack cant -— hot or cold $2.10 fox Inc. BAR OPEN 11 A.M. - MIDNIGHT TUES. Thro FRI. SAT. 10 A.M.-MIDNIGHT Package Liquor Available At Drive-Up Window DINING HOURS: 11 AM-2 PM —5 PM-lOPM ' Closed Sunday and Mondays MARTI ES 57 S. CHERRY ST. Featuring Italian & American Dinners Entertainment plus 6 Nights A Week "BILL & SHIRLEY" FOR YOUR LISTENING AND DANCING PLEASURE NBC 'Plugs Away' at TV Baseball By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) It was a bit of a surprise when star ABC-TV sportscaster How* ard Cosell recently turned tip as guest commentator for an NBC-TV Monday night baseball Television In Review In View of Cosell's close association with ABC-TV, I mentioned to a spokesman of that network that I had assumed ABC-TV had 'him under exclusive contract. "Only for sports," came the deadpan reply. Ah, these network executives. The way they snipe at the programming of an opposition organization is a constant study in corporate one-upmanship. In this case, you see, NBC-TV has a lock on major league baseball, and our ABCTV executive, trying to promote the widespread—but wrong- belief that baseball is a dull Local Films Offer Good Mix Of Nostalgia, Crime, Religion Thirties nostalgia, religion and crime make a mixed bag of movie viewing for the weekend. Godspell, ithe film version of the hit Broadway musical is a light-hearted movie with a message. Based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew, the concept originated as a master's thesis by John Michael Tebelak. Stephen Schwartz wrote the rock score, which includes the pop standard "Day by Day." GOLDEN NUGGET 614 W. Main WILL BE CLOSED For Vacation MONDAY, JULY IB Thru MONDAY, JULY 30 Want Family Fun? DRIVE DOWN TO LITTLE SWAN LAKE (See The New Rood) • FISHING • SWIMMING • BOATING • CAMPING • WATER SKIING • GOLF — (Optn to the Public • DRIFTWOOD SUPPER CLUB (Also Open to the Public) PRIVATE . . . PLANNED . . . PROTECTED m iHttlt Swan J^k 4 Miles West of Avon OPEN DAILY ROCKY'S MAID-RITE OPEN AS USUAL NEXT ATTRACTION MARQUEE MARINE DINNER THEATRE "The Star-Spangled Girl" Starring: Dan Mitchell, John WeUh, Wendy Croslin Directed by: Don Marine AIR CONDITIONED July 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 August 3-4, 10-11 $8.50 Per Person Your Host CHUCK FAVUS For Reservation! Call 673-2S95 Mon. thru Sat. 9-6 GOLD ROOM JEFFERSON HOTEL PEORIA, ILL. 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" 1-74 At E. Main 343-7151 Announcing A New Addition! Kentucky Fried Chicken Of Galesburg NOW HAS THE DELICIOUS NEW FRIED CHICKEN Kiitoky fried £ki«k«« 1017 N. Henderson St. Two Locations — The Corner of Main & Farnham The oast is made up of players from rtJie stage play. Victor Gaiv ber is Christ. Co-star David Haskell doubles as both John) the Baptist and Judas. At the Orpheum, rated G. ' Paper Moon, Peter Bogdanovich's nostalgia trip into the fun-filled Great Depression, features Ryan O'Neal and 1 daughter, Tatum, as an unlikely pair who travel through Kansas fleecing the yokels. In realistic black and white to give that primitive early movie feeling, Enjoyable, light entertainment, good for the summer doldrums. At the West, rated PG. Scarecrow is a fresh, funny story of two drifters striving to, shake their losing streaks and go into business for themselves. Academy Award winner Gene, Hackman is Max, a brawling' ex-convict who is accompanied by Lion, Al Pacino, in a trip across America. The film follows the two as they hitchhike from California to Detroit. Their get-rich scheme is a carwash. At Cinema II, rated R. The Friends of Eddie Coyle, a crime drama about an aging underworld hood who double* crosses other hoods and feeds information to a Treasury agent. Robert Mitchum gives a strong performance as Coyle. Peter Boyle is Dillion, a devious ex- convict. Plenty of action, including a gory bank hold-up. At Cinema I, rated R. At the Galesburg Drive-In, Live and Let Die, Roger Moore as James Bond in a typical spy spcof. Also playing, The Mechanic. Charles Branson as a hired assassin with a hundred ways to kill. Both rated PG. ' Liz, Dick Plan Meeting in Rome, Friends Report ROME (UPI) - It began in Rome and, if their friends are right, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor will get together again in Rome next week. The couple separated a week ago after nine years of marriage, but both Burton and his actress wife said they did not want to part permanently. Burton arrived Thursday in Rome to start work on a new film, "The Trip," which 'costars Sophia Loren. A spokesman for' Miss Taylor said she would leave later this month for Rome, probably to patch up their marriage. It was in the Eternal City they met, when Burton and Miss Taylor, then married to singer Eddie Fisher, were filming "C1 e o p a t r a." Their well-publicized romance kept fans agog for months. Miss Taylor announced their separation July 3. She is currently in California. Burton said nothing when he arrived. He left the Rome airport in a car owned by producer Carlo Ponti, who is Miss Loren's husband. In Los Angeles, a spokesman for Miss Taylor said she would leave July 21 for Rome. Obviously," he said, "they plan to meet in Rome, where they both will be making pictures." Miss Taylor will film "Driver's Seat" in Rome. All and Steve Tie the Knot HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw, cementing a union that has kept fan magazines and gossip columnists bubbling and guessing for months, were married Thursday in Cheyenne, Wyo. A brief announcement by publicity agents for the couple said only that the ceremony was performed by Judge Art Garfield, and attended by Miss MacGraw's son, Joshua, 2, and! McQueen's children, Chad, 12 1 and Terri, 14. j sport for the jet age, thrust home the needle. This much is true, however: The biggest Monday night sports attractions on television, according to the ratings, are still ABC-TV's pro football games, which star Cosell, a couple of teams and two other announcers. Nonetheless, NBC-TV keeps plugging away with its new policy of having sports and show business celebrities sit in as guest commentators for the Monday night baseball contests, along with the regular, solid broadcasters of the games, Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek. Danny Kaye was the most recent guest commentator. Dizzy Dean sits in this coming Monday—a return appearance. George C. Scott is scheduled to fill the bill Aug. 6. and country singer Charley Pride is Set for July 30. In addition to being the July 30 guest commentator, Pride will also be featured, on film on Joe Garagiola's pre-game show the same night, taking part in a hitting contest. 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