Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on April 7, 1977 · Page 26
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 26

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, April 7, 1977
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Economist Newspapers, Wednesday. April 6,1977 '(·1 MAKING THE ROUNDS" «" M fa Start 5 Continual from preceding page. ing and pure enjoyment of your feast. «» NEW IMPROVED versions of the same old stuff mate one critic growl thai as far as he is concerned, the company must have rushed some half-perfected product on the market before, or was it a case of the original product being inefficient, but in either case the ads touting the now improved product indicate the maker is guilty of a wrong against us consumers, hut then he sighs that those "new improved" commercials will continue, just like all that canned laughter that is added to so many TV programs, a custom that makes one grind his or her leelh when the laughtracks make the studio audience seem like a pack of laughing hyenas. *** THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY faced a problem when they had to stop their TV advertising, and besides pouring their money into newspaper and magazine ads, and billboard ads, they have now come up with sponsoring rodeos as well as tennis and other athletic events... Mayhap you haven't noticed it, but there is'an increasing tendency among ad writers to use nouns as verbs, so one expert asks if we should call such words "nerbls." *** IN LONDON a new musical show about real and fancied New York is titled "Woe Babylon. 11 ... Over in Boston the nightclub owners, theater and restaurant operators have organized fo protest to the TV and radio sta-' tions over theri "scars" weather broadcasts, which they claim have hurt their biz, when the warnings of storms did not materialize... That's in line what you've been reading in this column now and again. **» IN NEW YORK the call is out for actors and actresses to fill open parts in a new musical, with qualifications for (he following: Fern me 25-», famous star of stage and screen; Mate 35-4B, baritone Broadway producer/director, arrogant, flamboyant, melodramatic; Male 39-10, light baritone or second tenor, pressagent, fast-talking, always slightly intoxicated; Make, baritone character actor, a bit too heavy; Femme (0-76 mezzo-soprano, sweet little old lady; Femme 30-50, Broadway star with no talent, looks like a femme fatale; Femme 25-30 congressman's secretary.... And so the description go for the players wanted to lit (he rotes and of course the opening are for the stow soon to open on Broadway, not here in our area. *** £»£: : : : ^£:to:-:wx-x*v^^ TRADITIONAL EASTER DINNERS AT MODERATE PRICES Served All Day in Our Coffee Shop and in our Main Dining Room field's 104th t Cktro OAK LAWN RttMvoKont SoHyf PHONE: 499-1881 SUMMER WEST BESTAURAN1 - COUNGt- WNQUfT CENTER Your Mtrstcaf Hosl Vic Zaro Plus Peie Pftterson and frank Riziulo Fn,. Sat EASTER SUNDAY WMMft ffNI 3 fJt, 4244210 9140 S. Western Ave ! Wf Rt»nnti»« M» Tmn Art Oped Hold Your Parties Here! 9KUUKK JAN. 4 F». 1971 CAKE FREE WITH AU WEDDING OR ANNIVERSARY PARTIES Jon. or Feb. CALL 598-6460 HICKORY HILL COUNTRY CLUB 120) WEST 9JTH SHEET Easter will be festive at the Black Knight The Black Knlgbt restaurant of Oak Forest will be a happy and festive scene on Easter .Sunday. The "Knight" says his house specialty, the shrimp boat, will be included with all dinners and you can plan on dining there from 12 noon, choosing from a special menu or the regular menu, and of course the children will have their own special menu. Reservations should be made early, *** Those Irish Minstrels at i Gavin's now i Those popular musicmak- ers, singers and musicians, the Irish Minstrels, have returned to Gavin's lounge and once more are entertaining there nightly, Wednesday through Saturday. They will be there ail during this month. Sax Mallard now playing t / at the Garden of Eden Between his shows in the Coco Loco supper tlub, where he is entertaining nightly through Sunday, Mr. Flying Fingers A) Morgan in his new white summer outfit visits with Condesa del Mar's owner, genial Steve Gianakas, explaining how the song "Jealous Heart" zoomed him to national fame as well over a million" platters of it recorded by Al 'were sold. ' · * · · · · · · · · · · · · OPEN EVERY SUNDAY ·THE PARIS FLEA MARKET IS A FUN PLACE! YOU CAN BROWSE IN THE FRESH AlfL.AND FIND HUGE BARGAINS! ·BRING THE KIDS... THE Y'U IOVE OUR KIDDYLAND! Mkrt Spec* $4.75 HOURS; 7 A.M. TO 4 P.M. VISITORS: 504 PER CARLOAD The popular Sax Mallard, 1 his golden horn and his group are now playing at the Garden of Eden. The restaurant and lounge is all ready for its very first Easter Sunday and invites reservations for dinner there. An impressive menu will be presented and the Easter Bunny will be there with gifts for the children. You could hardly ask for a more beautiful place for family dining and for banquets the year around. Golden Age says Easter will be gala Next ^to Mother's Day, Easter-'Sunday is the biggest dining-out day of-the year, a joyous time across the land, and this year it will again find the Golden Age restaurant jjpen with all its dining rooms in service so that the best possible service can be assured for all who dine there. "Reservations are invited. A coosome twosome aboard a Navy ship in a scene from "Dames at Sea" at Candlelight playhouse; the roles are played by Buffi [ the girl ] and John Fletcher. CHERRY LOUNGE presents THE AORTA WED.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. 3820 W. 63rd St. 284-9053 Mister Steer expending to third locale Not yet but soon the two Mister Steer steak houses on 63rd st. and on Ashland ave. will be joined by a third one on 95th st. in Oak Lawn. It is casual'dining at both locations now and it will be the same at the new number three. Easter Sunday will find both steak house locations open from ll a.m. to 10 p.m, and they inrite you to stop in for special dining early .or late within those hours. RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE Specialists in Cantonese Dishes Alto American Foods -- Carrycots OPEN DAILY 11:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. SAT. ft SUN. 12 NOON TO 11 P.M. Cloud Monday* Amph totting in (tar 424^6225 56 T 7 W. 87th St. WHY SHOULD OUR SON HAVE A NEWSPAPER .ROUTE? swer Most educotors and successful businessmen wilJ tell you why in three simple words: IT BUILDS CHARACTER! Often, the youngster who grows up to today's comfortable surroundings and gets his weekly "handout" from dad never realizes the value of money or die eff orta required to make it and manage it, until he"s an hn own. By then attitudes and habits are difficult to reverse. Your son wtU learn values that stick. While making money en the route is important, the experience of gettina*lhe-job- done-no-matter-whot is more important. Ferinformation on how your son ton become a carrier, return this foupon. CHICAGO -586-8800 SUBURBAN 422-1212 fAR SOUTH SUBURBAN 687-7050 1 «/a OftCULADON WPA«TMENT i SUfUMANilt ECONOMIST | 5959 South Hari«ni Ave. · Chicago, fltinoh 60 W 8 · w*TM. _ I f ,," Easter menu at Fox's to be special Easter Sunday wiU be a festive day of days at Fox's C ub and restaurant in Orind Park, The menu will feature traditional favorites, lamb and ham, plus other specialties, porterhouse steak, lobster, rainbow trout, etc. Reservations are invited. Musical enter tatnment is a feature Wednesday through Sunday starring Mel Pay. Fashion shows continue every- Thursday noon. *#» READ ALL PAGES OF "Making The Rounds" by Vic Short Meet Stan Chara, leader of (he Chara group who will open next Wednesday at Pepe's; he floes -special tributes to Tom. Jones, Elvis and Wayne Newton. Alexander's host Raul tco, WS-1000 371-7000 says welcome You'll be as welcome as the flowers in May, says the poetic host, Paul, at the Alexander inn, expecially if you 'decide to have dinner there on Easter Sunday. Each dinner then^wfil include a complimentary cocktail, then soup, relish bar, salad, youj; choice of ham or lamb or b«ef or fowl, rolls, butter and coffee, all at a moderate special price. Call for reservations. The inn has music Tuesday through Saturday night featuring the Thanx duo. CICERO AV-. AT I55ND ·OB HOPE MAY 16 * 17- MNNBt SHOWS V j ECONOMIST NEWSPAPERS HOME DHIVfRfD IT OVEX Z300 YOUNG IUSINESSMEM AND WOMEN V ShowLour 2-foM Dinner Show SUNDAY THIU THUtSDAY BANQUETS IN COCO LOCO'S SUPPER CLUB TONITE THRU SUNDAY AL MORGAN Opening Apt9 IS: TRIMI LOPEZ [NO covet CHA*GE - DMNEKS fram $4.95 12-for-l Dinner* from $5.95 Sun, thro TMin. r I

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