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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday, March 2, IU77 MAKING THE ROUNDS' Wl TM 1ic Stunt Continued Iroin preceding pa.yc. wouldn't start, and bad for most businesses but' have been better for the TV ad lads, for the average daily viewing of TV at home was seven hours sixteen minutes, an alltime record, and as if you didn'y already know, the average for all 1976 was six hours, eighteen minutes . Calypso we all know as music of the West Indies but mayhap you didn't know that the West Indian music also includes reggae and spooge, important enough to make up the major music, fare at one New York radio station, replacing rock there, reminding ad sponsors that there are now about a quarter million West Indians in New York, more than two million in the tri-state area there, and a West Indian would rather buy a home than a Cadillac Another station calls its music the innercity sound, a mixture of many forms of black and white music *** BUCK OWENS cut a record titled "World Famous Holiday Inn," but it received no airplay due to Us resemblance to a plug for the motej chain, so the record has had its titled change to "World Famous Paradise Inn." ...Last week in this column you read about the show in Australia that billed itself as greatest circus on earth and right away the legal beagles of Ringling Bros. Barnum Bailey sued for damages because the title was too close to Barnum's slogan and the show will discontinue its show name after its present tour is over. Dottie and George with Leighton at Melody Mill Three favorite perfornfers and entertainers well known to all in our area are pianist George Lescher, singer 'Dottie Bee and singer and bass thumper John Kenny, and now this week- they have combined forces with Kenny Leighton to make up/ a big band under the Leighton banner and will be playing all this week at the Melody Mill ballroom. Dance nights there are every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and they are dance nights for singles, couples and also the unescorted Four Eagles to open for lunch soon Right now the Four Eagles restaurant is open only for dinner plus special private parties, but soon it will expand its schedule by being open for daily lunch, when it will be offering sandwiches plus a special menu. During the Lenten season all its special fish dinners complete with drinks are being offered every day as well as on Fridays. "Fito" this week at Field's; then Major GARDEN OF EDEN Dining Room And Lounge Now Open 11 a.m. to 4 a.m.-Closed Mondays Lunch Â· Dinner Â· Late Dining Entertainment with THANX DUO Have Your Party - 25 to 800 In A Garden In The Hills ..w C!osed Mon. Tonight through Sunday Adolfo "Fito" Giron, the Acapulco sensation who has been compared to Tom Jones, is appearing at Field's supper club, backed by his own musical group, two shows a night. Then Dave Major and the Minors will return there, running thorugh April 13 with three shows a night. April 5 through 24 will find the Irish Showband back with Brenda Boyer in charge. Starting April 25 through May 1 Buck Owens of Hee Haw fame will be starring. #** GLENDORA HOUSE provides the right setting for dances, banquets and other special affairs the year around. Saturday after next wiU be.a special night, a dinner dance and then the next day will be another special day, for Mary McGonigle iwll be presented in concert After that will come the big St. Pat's dance, with dinner available Call for information or reservations. , S I R L O I N STEAK 1 $ 1 2 G R O U N D S T E A K 8055 W. 103rd St PHONE 430-1800 OPENING MARCH 1 THRU MARCH 6 IN OUR COCO LOCO'S SUPPBt CLUB: . BARBARA McNAIR 2-for-1 Dinner Show SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY JttJT 6REAT Last Call for Tkfcefe For TOM JONES ZL... MARCH 7-8-9 DINNER I SHOW $25 up BOB HOPE MAY 16-17-18 DINNER * SHOW $25 up Saildog back at the White Elephant Chalk up another scoop in booking for the newly beautiful White Elephant cabaret, for that club has brought back the popular Saildog recording musical group, who will be playing there Friday and Saturday. The club on 95th st has more entertainment and dancing every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday with its house band. EDMUNDS restaurant invites you to "clip the ad and save a dollar" on its smorgasbord dinner Monday through Thursday, this week and next. It's a substantial saving on a substantial meal, served at the popular dining, center from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Frank Loverde, Mar ji Bank, Neil Patrick in a tense scene in the "pasta comedy" hit, "Saturday, Sunday, Monday, 1 ' now in its final weeks at Candlelight dinner playhouse. GOLDEN OX on 63rd st. says it with fine food, both German and American, by day and by night. It offers complete facilities for private parties in its several banquets rooms Every Friday and Saturday there is dancing Currently the popular Gool Bros supply the music Special show at Village Lodge next Big news is about the big new Homer and Jethro show that will be presented, one night only, at the Village Lodge restaurant on Saturday, March 12. The night will begin there with dinner and unlimited drinks for three hours, then the show and following that, a band will play,for dancing and there will be a cash bar until close. Reservations should be made as early as possible, since the big night promises to be a complete sellout, a tribute to the fame and popularity _of,the comedians whose"show names are known afound the world. SQUIRE'S "Nottingham inn has a definite personality that adds to the pleas" ures of dining there. It now offers tableside preparation of gourmet dishes, and it still includes its giant salad- bar with all lunches and dinners. Sunday begins with ; a champagne brunch. Musical entertainment Currently ' features the duo of Tom and Jones ' T u e s d a y through Saturday. ~ Flea market season again with us Forget t h a t sub-zero weather of January and the dreary, chilly days of February, for the Swap-0- Rama flea market, Chicago's largest, has opened in the Double drive-in theater and you'll be able to buy, sell, swap, trade to your heart's content there every Saturday and Sunday from early 7 a.m to 4 p m. CHICAGO TICKET SERVICE Choice seats for all Theatre, Pop and Jan Concerts, Etc. PHONE 776-2100 O'LEARY'S POINT jn_ Blue Island is^ lamfchlng^. new policy, presenting 1 bands every, -Saturd Plans call for-a-parafle popular groups) ^otfuj entertainment,* fot din the new poUcyJshciuJhj ' popular. * " Dine With Us On Friday OCEAN *ERCH ALL CAN Served withuSaladbar, Potato, Bread," Butter BULLMARKET 6030 W. KlflTH'ST. CHICAGO HIDGE . STEAK HOUSE Â· J FAMILY WAVAY; FOUR EAGLES rates four stars or four plates on a one-to-four scale, suggests one diner who goes there quite regularly. The dining establishment offers complete dinners with drinks included, seven days a week. It also has several dining rooms and thus is able to give special attention to banquets and other private parties. " *** ' JACK GIBBONS is a din ing center out in the coutnry but not too far from anywhere in our area, m the words of one pleased patron It is long established and has always been noted for top quality in all " its food. Entertainment is an added pleasure there . with Ernie QuartelPs trio Friday and Saturday, and accordionist Tony every Sunday *** CHUCK CAVALLINTS Midlothian restaurant is now presenting Lee Petty singing nightly in the lounge. The stalwary bari- ton obliges with the songs he did in "Fiddler on the Roof and in "Man of La Mancha" and other stage plays in which he has starred. 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