Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 20, 1973 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 20, 1973
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k Gatesbura Reoister-Mail, Goiesburg, Friday, July 20, 1973 1 * ft JMovtegbtfi ^ai find tomuiar f 4*s : tiiil Wtitend, Many aft iim the 1*^92 dfMttii s<** mr . Mary Poppins is a rear- rlbttoti from 1964. There are tifeo two now rtwvies in town, Igpfef Moon and Kid Blue. JMPER MOON is ftyan dS ^eal at his best. His daugh- t# Tttturn is already a veteran sflfene Mealer and one of the main reasons the movie is so aipeaiiflg. The comedy is set at in the midwest of the thirties and tells the story of a Bible salesman who pick* up a little girl who needs a ride to her relatives in Missouri. She turns out to be a better con artist than he is. At the West, rated PO. MARY POPPINS is being re released to mark the 50th anniversary ol the Walt Disney studios. The film won live Oscars in 1064. Julie Andrews is JOAN'S Knoxville Road — Routt ISO and County Read 10 M.50 - Noontime Special - *1.50 DIFFERENT MENU DAILY Hours: Tues. thru Sat. — Open 24 Hours Daily Sunday Till 10 AM - Monday 5 AM - 6 PM CARRY OUTS PLENTY OF PARKING FOR CARS OR SEMI'S Every Tuesdoy Night Is LADIES NIGHT Ladies Cocktails ly^ Pf j^C fri>m 8 P.M. on Dance To The Sounds of the spriteiy English nanny with the magic umbrella. Dick Van Dyke is Bert the chimneysweep. Nice family fantasy with good music and sttefcy-aw£et plot. At the Orpheum, rated O. Dennis Hopper's new movie, KID BLUE, is typical Dennis Hopper—iwierd. It's billed as a comedy western about a loser who gives up training robbing and decides to go straight. He takes a series of oddMVery odd —jobs in his search for the straight and narrow. Costars include Ben Johnson and Warren Oates. At Cinema II. Second feature, 1971's toj movie, THE FRENCH CON NECT10N. Gene Hackman plays the narc who tracks down a shipment of heroin in New York City. A slambang thriller with a terrific automobile-ele- vated-railiway chase scene. Rated R. Now showing at Cinema I, DIRTY HARRY and KLUTE. Glint Eastwood is great as rough Harry in search of a deranged killer. Donald Sutherland and Jane Fonda give outstanding performances in Klute Fonda 's won her an Oscar for her portrayal of the call girl who gets mixed up in a murder. Both shows rated R. CBS May Have Strongest Fall Show By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - OA paper, CM-TV tottif ltk# the smnsjesf neiwun ratings amy going into the new fall television Liz Returning Centerpiece Sheraton Motor Inn 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'N. Henderson St. If blood, guts and violence is jyour bag then you should definitely catch the two movies now playing the Oalesburg Drive-In. WALKING TALL, the now^amous story of a law ofr ficer who fights the system is guaranteed to be full of action. The second feature, STRAW I DOGS, is Sam Peckinpah's bloody tale of a quiet man, Dustin Hoffman, who defends his home against mob violence. Both are rated R. More Nixon Bugs YORBA LINDA, Calif. (UPD — The Nixon Foundation spent $613.20 this week to make sure there are no bugs in the house where the President was bom. The foundation discovered that termites were eating away at the 6 (tyear-old frame house, and had it fumigated. Under heavy security protection, Elizabeth Taylor sweeps by passengers and photographers in Los Angeles as she boards a flight to London on the first leg of • trip to reunite with her husband, Richard Burton. Burton and Taylor are expected to meet in Rome following their much-publicis­ ed separation that began July 3. UNIFAX Condominiums Condominiums are getting more popular as the years go by. A condominium is a unit of an apartment complex, owned by an individual in much the same way as if it were a single- family home. He holds direct legal title to the unit and a proportionate interest in the common areas and the underlying ground. READ THE WANT ADS! Now Playing Thru Sua. SOYLENT GREEN Charlton Hoston . Lelah Taylor - Young On* Show Each Might At 9tM Children Me Adults fl.M . Kn 0 X X V I LLE LAKE BRACKEN BEACH PARTY FRIDAY, JULY 20 Jr. ft Sr. High School age mam- hen and Invited Oueiti. Dancing 8:30 till 11:00 To The Music of The Lost Souls Sandwich** and Fop Furnished $1.00 per person Now Serving BISCUITS & GRAVY SATURDAY ONLY OPEN S30 a.m. - 6 p*ni* BREAKFAST SERVED AU DAY MARY'S Restaurant Cherry and Simmons St. Anything ean happen, i sunHt only tttos a few surprise hit series to turn 1 1 1 sj ii its ^^1^^^ AriiaMell M * lest t • m vmmo s ratings contpetRion upside down. Of course, no one om tell for sure just how ptogranmlng i will do once a season gets under way, but here is what CBS4V has going for It: On Saturday nights, It has "AU In The Family," "Mash" and the Mary TyJer^oor*, Boll Newhart and Carol Burnett shows. Ana on raonaay mgnui, u nas "Gunsmoke," the Lucille Ball and Dtek Van Dyke shows and "Medical Center." Over at ABC-TV, Monday nights might do welt with "The Hookey" and the pro football games nut me griuiron con* tests expire at mldseason. Tuesday's lineup at the same network -'Temperatures Rising," the "Movie of the Week" anthology and "Marcus Welby, M.D." -also has potential/but tough competition could shake it up, I NBC-TV's fat aehsdule, niranwraie, wmiw i on* wr more rookie series in the prtgram lineups of five of Hs seven nights. And this meant that ratings results at thai network are highly UnpwdietaMi as of now. Rookies can tiilA ybu or give you a badly heeded attot in the arm. Going Into the new season, NBC-TV's mtjat^proven ra^line^, for a fufl flight, is set for Sundays: The ttsney show and me "Mystery Movie r ' entry {rotating series met as "Columbo," with PeterFalk, and "McMillan It Wife/' with Hock Hudson and Sunn Saint James). . ^ ncuMRAajT auiiBfiiai^ • "T' #. > with that Suporcalifrigifisiic ' ^ C&l SANDWICH SHOP 1160 WIST MAIN OPEN Monday -Friday Until 7 PM Closed SAT. & SUN. Phone 342-6615 DICK VAN DYKI N«8LVNIIJ0HIII t OflflMl SoundtrwK svilliblt on Villi Recordf . : v ' jgF A klOlA/f MATrMRS DAILY AT 1:13 PM #T \^ mVTYI EVENING* AT 6:30 AND 9, »M * ORPHEUM L PASSES VOID NOTICE Don't Forget Your Eogles Club FISH FRY Tonight Prairie Players AND Sheraton Mptpr Inn ''Bring - '• - ; '" "DINNER THEATRE" To Galesburg PRESENTING "Butterflies Are Free' 1 JULY 20, 11 & 22 DINNER 6:30 p.m. 27, 28 & 29 CURTAIN 8:30 p.m. Tlektis ate available at O. T. Johnson's, Llndstroms (% f+ and Sheraton or Phone 343-7151 for Reservations. EASWOOO Announcing A New Addition! Kentucky Fried Chicken Of Galesburg NOW HAS THE DELICIOUS NEW Cxtra Criipy FRIED CHICKEN K M M IU Tried £kMe« PANAVISION* • TECHNICOLOR* Warner Bros., A Kinney Company -PLUS- rondo inanalanjnkul3cra4wlun 'klule' ponovision® lechnicoler ® from warner bros., o kinney leisure service 'DIRTY HARRY" 7:00 "KLUTEJ" 8:50 SUNDAY MATINH AT 1:30 o.^v, CINEMA I & II Ho' i.. AKLANS '. M A FUNNY THING HAPPENED TO KID BLUE ON THE WAY TO THE ROBBERY "KID BLUE FANAVISION* color by 0« Lu«e PLUS— IN THi OMAT TRADITION OF AMERICAN THRILLER* Th«Dir «ctefi Company pretend "ONE OF THE FIVE BEST PICTURES OF THE YEAR!" "HALLELUJAH! THERE IS GOOD NEWS TONIGHT BECAUSE THERE IS A GOOD MOVIE, A MOVIE FILLED WITH WHAT IT TAKES. A MOVIE THAT WILL MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD ALL OVER WHEN IT'S ALL OVER." Gene Shtiln. NBC-TV WEST I Open 6:45— Sriows 7-8:55 SECOND BIO WEEK! Vernon S. oil I) I' u 'n P«r—ou»t Itcetdi , AP«««oun (Rtltew Sunday Tlraei 3:1^5:10.7-8:50 'Might Inst emulita thi runaway success Slambang Involving: 2o* 1017 N. Henderson St. THE FRENCH CONNECTION Two Locations The Corner of Main & Farnham "Kid Slue" 7:30 "French Connection" 9:15 COLOR BY DELUXE* SUNDAY MATINEE AT W5 G A L 5 E3 U eL-M omv/t irv COUIONT •f MUONT, couwrr m««e*w«MHe«f lUalUrigUr * PLUS III WIS tltl towaanJtfiV I tW 1 OPEN AT 8 PM SHOWS START AT DUSK Don't Mist Two Of The Biggt»t Showt Ytt? f O&JSTItM HaFFMLAJM SUSAN e ^

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