i (Sattiburfl Rtfliitcr-Moil, Golesburp, 111. ,,,, Thursday,July 19, 1973 •i m# *i wr t Mailer: Marilyn Was 'Everyman's Love Affair With America MCW Y (»K (ttt»l) ~ Marl-U years ago of barbiturate lyn Mortto*, th« beautiful overdose, was America's bkmli movto ictresi who died "sweet angel of sex ... the Prairie Players AND Sheraton Motor Inn •ring "DINNER THEATRE" To Galesburg PRESENTING Butterflies Are Free" JULY 20, 21 & 22 27, 28 & 29 DINNER 6:30 p.m. CURTAIN 8:30 p.m. Tickets in available at O. T. Johnson's, Undstroms I •nd Bheraten or Phone 34S-71S1 for Reservations^ CHAMP SPECIAL Fri.-Sot.-Sun., July 20-11-22 Ham & Cheese SANDWICH BURGER CHAMP 2100 E. MAIN ST. PH. 343-1009 Ghost of the Sixties," writes Norman Mailer in his new book, "Marilyn.*' . Marilyn Monroe was "every man's love affair with America," Mailer writes. She "had a sweet little rinky-dink of a voice and all the cleanliness of all the clean American back yards. She was our angel, the sweet angel of sex, and the sugar of sex came up from her like the resonance of sound in LAKE BRACKEN BEACH PARTY FRIDAY, JULY 20 St. k Sr. High School age msm- bari and Invited Quests. Dancing 8:30 till 11:00 To The Music of The Lett Souls Sandwiches and Pop Furnished $1.00 per person the clearest gtain of a violin." Mailer, who describes his work as a "psychohistory," and later as "a long biographical article—nonetheless a species of novel," discusses himself in the third person in a section describing his difficulties and his aims in writing the book. "One of the frustrations of his life was that he had never met her..." "What a jolt to the dream life of the nation that the angel died lof an overdose (in 1962)," Mailer wrote. "Whether cal* culated suicide by barbiturates 6r accidental suicide by losing count of how many barbiturates she had already taken, no one C&l SANDWICH SHOP 1160 WEST MAIN OPEN Monday -Friday Until 7 PM Clottd SAT. & SUN. Phone 342-6615 TEEN DANCE Viola Opera House SUN., JULY 22 7:30—10:30 FEATURING 'Joshua Quill' 6 MAN ROCK COMBO NOW SHOWING MARQUEE MARINE DINNER THEATRE "The Star Spangled Girl" starring: Pan Mitchell, John Walsh, Wendy Oroslln Directed by: Don Marine AIR CONDITIONED July 20-21, 27-28 August 3-4, 10-11, 17-18 $8.50 Per Person Your Host CHUCK FAVUS For Reservations Call 173-2595 Mon. thru Sat. »-8 GOLD ROOM JEFFERSON HOTEL PEORIA, IM.. was ever going to be able to say. Her death was covered over with ambiguity even as Hemingway's was exploded info horror; and as the deaths tad spiritual disasters came one by (Hie to the American Kings and Queens, as Jack Kennedy was killed* and Bobby, and Martin Luther King, as Jackie Kennedy married Aristotle Chassis and Teddy Kennedy went off the bridge at Chappaquiddick, so the decade that began with Hemingway as the monarch of American arts ended with Andy Warhol as its regent. The ghost of Marilyn's death gave a lavender edge to that dramatic American design of the Sixties, that long decade which did not end with the Battle of Michigan Avenue in Chicago, or the slaughter of Sharon Tate, but drove on* to the death of Jimi Hendrix, the suicide of Janis Joplin, and the shooting of George Wallace. It was ah overextended decade which finally came to conclusion in the gargoyle farce of the Eagjeton affair and the night flight of Apollo... "Since she was also a movie star of the most' stubborn "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" EAGLES CLUB 74 N. CHAMBERS ST. SATURDAY, JULY 21 For Your Dancing Pleasure "The Varieties" DANCE BAND Air Conditioned Ballroom Members 50c Before 9 • Non Members 1.00 Before 9 Members 75c After 9 — Non Members 1.50 After 9 DANCING 8:30 • 12:30 secretiveness and flamboyant candor, most conflicting arrogance and on-rushing inierl* ority; great populist of philosophers^she loved the working fnan*~and most tyrannical of mates, a queen of a castrator who was ready to weep for a dying minnow; a lover of books who did not read, and a proud, inviolate artist who could haunch over to publicity when the heat was upon her faster than a whore could lust over a hot buck; a female spurt of wit and sensitive energy who could hang like a sloth for days in a muddy-mooded coma; a child- girl, yet an actress to loose a riot by dropping her glove at a premiere; a fountain of chirm and a dreary bore; An ambulating cyclone of beauty when dressed to show, a dank, hunchedmp drab at her worst- with a bad smell!-a giant and an emotional pygmy; a lover of life and a cowardly hyena of death who drenched herself in 21-gun Salute , The President is honored with a 21-gun safote. It is claimed .that the 21-gun salute commemorates the year 17t6, and for that reason salutes are of ten fired thus: One-seven-seVen- six. -STARTS FRIDAY- sKHMMNMldJ J#*> < M *»''*• " •=* PANAVISION* mm •«»., A Wmtff Ceifiptny TtCHNICOlOir> FONDA DONALD eonovSIoT^MeehnleoloTaT •LAST DAY!"THE FRIEND SOf EDDIICOYII"—7:30-9:20 CINEMA I & II NEXT TO ARLANS N HENDERSON ST GALESBURG -STARTS FRIDAY- 2n»h eCMTURV.FOX PttKBENTl' THURSDAY SPECIAL LASAGNA QQ r DINNER # # ls> per person Salad, Garlic Bread OLD TIME MOVIES "The place to go tor a family of fun" 1824 N. Henderson St. V'Phone 343-0213 til fl>.i7l ' TTi " Appearing Nightly at The Red Coach Lounge THE CAROL ST. LAWERENCE SNOW asm- l>: ? /i^^^^^^ • m You'll be royally ENTERTAINED by THI CAROL ST. LAWERENCE SHOW featuring popular vocals by Carol •nd her Guitarist, accompanied by a Jaw organist end a drummer. THE CAROL ST. LAWERENCE SHOW has performed for audiences in CHICAGO (Mr. Keliey's, for 1 year), MINNEAPOUSST, 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 Dennis Peter Hopper Boyle IN "Kid Blue" THE FRENCH CONNECTION COLOR BY 06 LUXE* -LAST DAY!"SCARECROW"—7 J 00 & 9:00 FRI. and SAT. SPECIAL Hit & Hers New York Strip Steak $5.00 His & Hers Catfish _„,,____$5.00 Rib Eyt _ ,$2.25 PLUS TAX Baked or French Fries Large Salad KNOTTY PINE TAP Watega, III. ~- 375.9911 > NOTICE Eagles and Auxiliary Members FRIDAY, JULY 20 ALMOST FREE FISH FRY 50' Per Plate START SERVING 6 P.M. ATTENDANCE AWARD AT 10 P.M. •'Unlesourg's Leading Fraternity" SPECIAL — FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CHICKEN CARRY OUT THREE PIECE AND" NINE PIECE ORDERS ONLY $1.49 $3,10 Wa do not r>re-cook our ehleken so expect to wait approx. 12 minutes for your order but It will be worth it to taste the special batter we use and the delicious taste of the chicken will send you back for more. On the premises we serve catfish on Friday and Fried Rabbit during the week Also our kitchen and cooking facilities are always open for customer inspection WE DO NOT DELIVER VERNE'S PLACE Phono 343-9658 413 N. Seminary, Galesburg, III. I * ARBY'S ROAST BEEF I SANDWICH | * FRENCH FRIES * SMALL SOFT 1 DRINK | All For Just ($1.34 Voliie) Good Thim. It Fri„ July 19 & 20 SNVING OVBH TO- Arby' I BIG PAK SPECIAL 1661 N. HENDERSON ST. 1 [chemical stupors ... nws : can see the magnified mirror of ourselves, our exaggerated arid now all but defeated generation, yes, she ran a reconnaissance through tho Fifties, and left a message for us in Hef death, 'Baby go boom.' Now she is the Ghost of the Sixties," Evaporation Energy , The energy taken up by dully evaporation of Water from the seas corresponds to 100,000 times the total electric generating , capacity of the .United States in 1970. Now Flaying Thru Sur». SOYLENT GREEN Charlton Hester) Leigh Taylor-Young On* aho^ Bwh *lf>t At Ml Children Mo Adulte I1.0*- K N O F^T r=^ r=* i si O X V I L L E Box'Offlce Opens 1 p.m. Now Showing! Features Shown At Matinees at 1:15 p.m. Evtnings at 6:30-9 p.m. MOST WONDERFUL AND DELIGHTFUL FILM EVER! IS GREATEST ANDREWS • VAN PVftJ I TECHNICOLOR* BS*» •HiKfiMlv BWM VIST* DWIIMTKM W, MY.. ' a CtWilttiMqftMwtlw. Open 6:45 - Shows 7*1:55 Held Over 2nd Big Week LITTLE NINE YEAR OLD TATUM HAS STOLEN THE HEARTS OF GALESBURG... DON'T MlSS HER HE A Par amount Release Open 8 - Shows at Dusk Now ... See The Film Of The Year! PEORIA PEOPLE WON'T LET IT GO - NOW SEE WHYI Mil A BCP Production A Mrvtc. of Co* groigculfng c.'.. In Color Ai.o« SI \aji*tiii>w PLUS. SAM it ' isJNPAHS "STaRLAiufV •J^SJ^el^sng"-"
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