Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 36
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 36

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
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Nta^papiirs, Wednesday, Murvh 2.1. l')77 MAKING THE ROUNDS' *" M 1/ic Stunt THEWS ONE LESS DISNEY now in the renowned DtsKy productions company, for Roy E. Disney, nephew of the late Walt, has resigned as veep and will become an Independent producer... Fred Waring has been making music over M years and now his Pennsylvinlans for the first time carry no brasses or woodwinds or violins; the players still do choral song and dance numbers with instrumental backup of a small combo, electric bass and guitar, drums, acoustic piano and cordovox, which War- tag describes as a wired accordion with sound and versatility of an organ, which lends the. ensemble a big sound, and yes, the group still includes Sheilah Flanagan, Poley McClintock and Ralph Isbell from away back when, and as if you didn't know, Fred's was the first singing band, the first orchestra and glee club combination, and was in the first full-length musical "talking picture " *** NEXT TO APpLE PIE, what could be more American than the circus, moans one fan of the Ringling Bros., Barnnm Bailey enterprises, and it is sad to learn that organized labor is set to launch a boycott against it, because of traveling with 3* musicians, all in good union standing, the Big Top decided to sign with a musician contracting service for musical services rather than bargain with locals in the 88 cities where the circus performs each year, but plans are to picket, growls Mr. Meany, and the 325 union circus performers and some 251 Continued to following page. "Economist Days" at the Old Chicago this week-end $40 WITH TWO MONKS New Show! "SING ME n Musical Revue featuring Singers, Comics, Sobrettet, Etc. DANCING ft SHOWS WED., FRI., SAT., SUN. (Sunday Show* at 4 and 7 p.m.) PRIVATE PARTIES PHONE 598-1 200 UP TO 2,000. Older Tkfctt* Now For Liza Minnelli Mar. 26-27-29 2 Shows NHriy It will be "Economist Days" this Saturday and Sunday at the Old Chicago amusement center and shopping mall. Economist readers can "clip the coupons" in the Old Chicago ad to obtain tickets for unlimited rides at special $2.50 price, good all day on all rides there, including the Loop Roller Coaster that. turns you completely upside down. Each day there will also be threee performances of Old Chicago's International Circus and its Charlie Baffle mystery show. *** TICKETS to all the leading entertainments are the specialty at the Chicago Tickets office and you can use their service to secure choice seats for concert or play or other superstar performances that you desire. *** MEDIUM RARE is the steak house that started the revolution in the world of restaurant dining, introducing the policy of including cocktail': and wine with dinner at no e£ira charge. The policy paid off handsomely for the restauvant, with equally pleasing ·esults for the patrons, bi in there for dinner and sec how well the food and dnok please you. DINNER PLAYHOUSE \ Tap-Dancing "Musical Comedy *r The Parlor Players Present "SIMPLY VAUDEVILLE" At The New FOX HOUNDS * THEATRE * 8104 Archer Rd. (Route 171) Willow Springs Phone 839-8889 {DISCO DANCING AFTER THE SHOw) $250 SHOW ONLY S3 DELUXE DINNER Optional For $5.00 Extra, Up and Tax Included RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE Entertainment N'ttety featuring A SHOT IN THE DARK Come Meet This Musical Group OKU 11 A.M. TO4A.M. LUNCH - DINNER - PIZZA And Sandwiches VISIT OUt GAME ROOM Your Host: Sonny Solomon 3314 W. 55th St. Elegant Dining and Theatre RtMltttion* 458-7373 ·20 S HiriMn Summit 605011 5 mm from Loop'Frt* Prkgl Group Sato* 496-3663 Dine With Us On Friday OCEAN PERCH ALL YOU CAN EAT Served with Saladbar, Potato, Bread, Butter BULLMARKET 6030 W. 111THST. CHICAGO RIDGE TRAIN STATION restaurant 3601 W. 63rd ST. CHICAGO THE WORLD'S NUMBER ONE CITIZEN IS AGAIN COMING TO ENTERTAIN YOU ON May 16 May 17 AT THE GoRdesa del Map The Bob Hope Show With Dinner $25 up CICERO AVE. at 122nd ST. Four Eagles rates four stars, too Let the magic number "four" remind you of the Four Eagles restaurant, --especially now that it is open for lunch as well as for'dinner. The dining center on the Southwest high; way rates as four stars as tops in pleasing all who go there to dine, from early noon until close. Private parties and banquets are also invited. *** FIELD'S supper club has Dave Major and The Minors all this week and next Then Buck Owens with the Buckeroos and Jana Jae will be there for a special one-week engagement. Prices for that will be $17.50 for the early show including dinner and $12.50 including two drinks for the 11 p.m. show. Friday and Saturday the tabs will be $20 and $15 respectively. Call early for your tickets. After that show -will come Brendan Boyer and the Irish Show and Dublin-born singer Ann Marie Mooney. The group just completed an extended stand in Las Vegas and when they arrive here they promise a new show since their last tow appearances at the Oak Lawn club. *** GOLDEN OX in its new location of 63rd st. offers German and American foods for lunch and dinner and every Friday and Saturday says "Let's dance with the music of the Good Bros, group to inspire your dancing shoes Call for reservations and get ready for a gala time. *** Tony Bellus coming soon to Greene's That dynamite entertainer, Tony Bellus, will be returning to the Greene's West restaurant ere long, namely Monday after next. He will be there nightly through May 27. Currently the l music in the lounge is by the Connie and Jerry I trio plus the Mello-Tones every Saturday. Two noontime fahsion shows each week are another popular feature. BRENDAN BOYEB will be returning with his Irish Show Band to Field's supper club next month, the'ex- ·ct dtte being April S. The band, which has been so popular here as In Las Ye- gas, will be playing there nightly through April 24. *** THE TINLEY restaurant bids you welcome for pleasurable dining day and night, but it is every Friday and Saturday "ngith when you can see the big Hawaiian floor showHhere. Calvin Lee, the Pineapple, the songs and dances of Hawaii, in two shows each night Call for dinner reservations followed by the first show. Who is this young lady? It seems hardly necessary to identify her, bat Liza Minnelli is on her way here and will perform in a big shop at the Sabre Room this Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Linda Merrill show now at the Lorelei There's good news this week at the Lorelei restaurant and lounge on Harlem ave., for Linda Merrill is now there with her group, putting on a show that ratter dazzles and deligfits their audiences in the lounge. The room is open until 4 a.m., so you can stop in the early or late for the entertainment Tuesday through Saturday More good news comes from the management with a special cocktail price with lunch, and with a new special dinner menu that includes drinks without added cost every day but Sunday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. The restaurant is open from early 6 a.m. to 2 a.m., of- 1424-94901 OPEN DAILY 5 P.M- SUN- AT NOON Feast! A Meal Fit For Royalty We give you a small check and a prestigious place to dine For $7 95 you can hove complete dinner phis o* the cocktails you wtsn ol no extra cost to yoo Sufi. Iwv Thuts. from 5 pjn. Fn. I. Sot we Srnit our package to 3 drinks No reservations, please, ; unless groups 10 or more. MEDIUM RARE STEAK HOUSE 10301 SOUTHWEST HIGHWAY CHICAGO RIDGE Restaurant Banquets Caterers mmm I wauoB COMPLETE PACKAGE IV TAX4HB Includes Salads, Relishes, Komi Beef, Fned Chicken, Potatoes, Polish Sousoge Kraut or Italian Sousoge MostocctoK Also Dessert and Coffee. Also Wedding CoVe ond cutting. Also four hours Open Bar No extro dwrge for Bartenders ond Dance Bond. Any day or night. Delicious food; guaranteed drinks. Many dates open Coll now far detoilt. IWO 8ANOUH «OOMS \ »MUK TO 3SO"i| SHOAL MTB ON PUNERAL UJNCHEONS 24-Howr Phone 767-7696 6339 S Central Avc. «**»«*«»«**^M»**»»»l»*»«^»^»K»»llH»»[. N7 view RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE Specialists in Cantonese Dishes Also American Foods -- Carryouts OKN DAILY 11:30 A.M. to 10 fM. SAT, A SUN. 12 NOON TO 11 P.M. C9o*td Mondays Antpl* Parking in Rtor 424-A22S 5617 W. 87th St. fering a complete menu at all hours. Smorgasbord is featured at Edmunds Let your appetite be a big and hearty one, let your eyes wander as you view the big buffet, help yourself to as much as you desire, for it is smorgasbord time now at the Edmunds res- tuarant, with "a dollar saving per person on dinner with their ad until Saturday of next week. This Friday and Satruday there will be big entertainment there.too, with the richly talented Jimmy Boyle putting on two shows. You can have dinner followed by the show, or plan to see the later show, when cocktails will be served. ' invites you to The "GONG" SHOW EVBtY OTHBt SUNDAY--Next Show April 3 SHOWTIME: 10*0 P.M. For Auditions Call 424-1776'! All Kinds Of Acts Are Welcome First Prize $101.01 8200 South Cicero 424-1776 * * * * * * * * * * ** * Returns April 5-24 * *BY POPULAR DEMAND!* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * SUPPER CLUB^ 104th Cicero a no 1001 * * Oak Lawn VfJMool * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * BRENDAN BOYER "THE IRISH SHOW BAND" field's THE ORIGINAL THE RESTAURANT DMNG LOUNGE 448-6660 11139 S. HARLEM AVE. Featuring Cocktail Specials 75 All Cocktails With Luncheons from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. DINNER SPECIALS WITH COCKTAILS INCLUDED MONDAY THRU SATURDAY from 4 p.m. to 9 p m STEAKS, CHOPS PRIME RIB, SEAFOOD, LOBSTER 5^8 95 INCLUDING ONE COCKTAIL BEFORE DINNER, GLASS OF WINE WITH DINNER AND ONE COCKTAIL AFTER RESTAURANT OPBI 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. Loungt Open 'HI 4 a.m. ENTERTAINMENT Tues. thru Sun. featuring THE, LINDA MERRILL SHOW STEAK HOUSE I I Ml IA /J/A7AY; NEVER ANY TIPPING COME AS YOU ARE! SUPER SALADBAR NOW INCLUDED FREE WITH ALL LUNCHES AND DINNERS Super Breakfast Brunch EVERY SUNDAY 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. SOMETHING NEW AT THE REGENCY! SOFT MOON YOGURT ADULTS 2JS 6 to 10 125 6 and under 1.25 ALL YOU CAN EAT 6616 W. 95th St. Oak Lawir Hiont: 599-7272 All Ifemt for Carry-Outs! SWSPAPJLKI

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