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rrnsiu nr.if post-gazette: Monday, September i, i9 .70- IMEADOWLARK everv monday LOUNGE ,!,.v;., O The EMOTIONS 274J Noblestown Rd . Greentrea NEAR leKttN I Ktt UKITC-li I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J I II .-III 9 l RESERVATIONS I 351-1385 824-4000 E I I l. v . II IMl ROUTE 22 : M0NR0EVILLE : TU. rXCDIIU 5431 Walnut St., L-T"C ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY ) II II I I. II i oik dinging nignny ( MON.HOOTcfJflNY AUDITIONS l Tues., Thurs. and Sat. .! DAVID rinrJ ANTHONy No 'nqno rflffl A'' fere olbum - "WALNUT STREET" Mon., Wid. & Frl. ANGEL TAROHE Wednesday CHAR Spp Russrll linker's "Ohsrrv-rr" column TODAY or the editorial past". Mondny SHARON DAVISON i Tomorrow (hru Thursdoy ' (Closed Today) I TONY VALLO Popular Comedy Star I ROXAKNE & RENZO 'j tiering Danct Team I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I ! I I I I' COMING FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5 DANA VALERY ard i ray RAMSEN SBsurim Route 30, Irwin, Pa. (30 minutes from downtown Pgh.) Box Office Telephone: 864-1940 OPENING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 (Thursday Preview, Sept. 4 SI.50 No Reserved Seats) Jay Chriiropheri and Carl Geruscriet'i. New Musical Comedy YOUR MOST HUMBLE SERVENT Limited Engagement Sept. 5,6,9, 10, II, 12, 13 ALL SEATS $3.50 Call POLI MANOR EAST - 864-1939 for dinner theatre arrangements. Free Parking! Curtain at 8:40 PM 300COOOOOOC-MXJ p JFIDEIiTIAL fff Stolen H Mill of pnl nrxl Preavnl .SrsVnilor. MONTE BALLOU DIRECT FROM 'EARTHQUAKE MAGOONS',' SAN FRANCISCO ON HANJO bar room ballads and rd hoi mama tonqt Urut ERNIE CARSON PLAYING a jazz comet vary nlf 439 market square Von Braun to Narrate Moon Landing Film Coming to Theaters HOLLYWOOD The National Aernonautics and Spare Administration (NASA) feels the retelling of the moon saga in color and widescrecn is so important that it has approved the participation of noted space architect Wernher Von Braun in 20th Century-Fox's forthcoming documented theatrical release, "Footprints On The Moon a BEAUTIFUL GALS SO WHERE THE ACTION 15 . in Unrlot s. . Downtown ? TVrTi:lpirja"J" HIi coei eackiNa r I'l-Pfi'nit . . . t.'rp iinmie pi fry n" tBILLIE LflTONA TRIO Mon., Tues., Thur. I. C. GORDON & The INTB0S Wed., Sat. t POT LASH FOREST Rock & Roll Fri. 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STEAKS NiKhilv fmm " P. M to 2 A M Inrl Suui'liivs Mnts Mon Sat 5 to 8 P. M. Mil fdcDUFF Orqan Quintet with JOE DUKES on drums BRAZILIAN SHRIMP SHACK FRIED CHICKEN MfJ ,1 NO COVER Ml IS r'l 1 N0 MINIMUM JAiK-AlJ at the 3,!i-i:fA'i-Uv.S.yvJEl HAPPY HOUSE IT Ml Tfte County of Allegheny Presenit The PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA In a Fall Series of FREE CONCERTS Henry Mazer Conducting Wednesday, Sept. 17 Churchill Area High School Tuesday, Sept. 23 West Allegheny Sr. High School Saturday, Sept. 27 South Park Jr. -Sr. High School Wednesday, Oct. IS Bethel Fork Sr. High School Monday, Oct. 20 West Mifflin North High School Tuesday, Oct. 21 Chartiers Valley Sr. High School ALL CONCERTS AT 8:15 P.M. for Mail Orders, Use Coupon Below a ENCLOSE STAMPED, SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE FREE CONCERT Bo 2221, Pittsburgh, Po. 15220 (Send" m FREE TICKETS to fe Cancels cn.ciea1 below) -Sept. 17 Churchill High School -Sept. 23 Wet Allfqheny Sr. Hiqh School -Sept. 27 South Pork Jr. Sr. Hi-School -Oct. 15 B-thnl Pork Sr. High School -Oct. 20 West Mifflin Norh High School -Oct. 21 Chortier, Volley Sr. High School NAME . . . ADDRESS CITY STATE 7!P. 2 BIG WEEKS! Opening Tonight Hear "Slow Freisht" Played by RAY NIGHTLY NIGHTLY 9 to 2 pVV jV"-MATINEES h 'Villi FRI. AND SAT. NVySWSS S to T E4JWi!. it m NO COVES N3 MINIMUM G003 FOOD Apollo 11." Von Braun will narrate and appear in the feature. The 90-minute production, retelling the historic adventure to the moon made by astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, ! Edwin ("Buzz") Aldrin and : Michael Collins, will be produced by Barry Coe and directed by William Gibson. "When we first approehed the NASA oflicals for cooperation, they fell thut the best man to help us was the top man, Von Braun," said Coc. "Fn assigninc him to serve as technical adviser as well as narrate the film, they knew that the facts would be completely accurate." Von Braun, director of the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., currently is in Hollywood for his on-camera narration stint of the film which will be released worldwide later this month. "Footprints On The Moon-Apollo 11," will include the NASA moon footage blown up for widescrecn projection and television space transmission not broadcast on television during the flight. While the actual moonwalk is the highlight of the film, scenes showing the intricate scientific prennra-tions for the project as well as heretofore unshnwn separations of rocket stages will be highlighted. The film covers the peried from (he four weeks before blastoff until tht successful splashdown in the Pacific Ocean July 24. "We could never have made the film without cooperation of Kcdjzravc Vs. Flood Lynn Redgrave had to fight her way against a torrent created ' by 12.(100 gallons of water, dumped instantly into the living room wlvre she is standing, for her role in "Blond Kin." The scenes rep-resent a Mississippi river flood. Mon., Tues.. Wed., Thurs. & S.n t4t Ray Crummie e with Vocalist JOYCE BREACH EVERY FRI. & SAT rk Lloyd Mays Trio with Vocalist Kitty LaNier Continuous Entertainment Frcm 7 p.m. ERNIE'S , ti dl C7ADTC iffU-Mvun 1 1 STARTS TUES., SEPT. 23 THRU SUN., SEPT. 28 PITTSBURGH CIVIC ARENA ipiaMiiiM) mar w, .itvirt DAVE 'IT7I I SPANKY iu I '.1 - Ii r-.-i eu. I 1 1. 1 111 t. it. I I 1L ouljii )UIII .IIWLIIIII ,11 .wi . lii I . I el ill 5 NIGHTS! ll 1 TiiE W 'I i U4 53 1 Rooms To Pit Your Many Moods PRIVATE AREAS FOR Busineit Meetings Clan Reunion! Bowling Banquets Weddings SUPPER CLUB 2 BIG LOCATIONS J Ml. SOUTH OF AIT ICBAkjrtkJ mi. UUWI1WI1 on rt. 19 941-6700 PHONE 29TH BLVD. IN PHONE WHEELING, W, VA. 242-2800 OPiN SUN. rOP. DINNIR AND COCKTAILS RITA Kl(i She has a major role in three of the four one-act plays of which Robert Anderson's "You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running" is comprised, in the production of the comedy which opens on Wednesday at the Brownsville Summer Playhouse. 0 PRICES $3.00 S4.C0 JS.OO ALL SEATS RESERVED Youths (16 vrs. and under) ' 1 price Tuc., Wed,. Tnur., I I " f 'i Saturday S p m. showi only, FOR INFORMATION TICKETS ft GROUP DISC. 261-4800 am 5 NIGHTS! Tut., Wed., Thur., 8 CO p m. Friday . , 8 30 p.m. Saturday 9 00 p.m. 4 MATINEES! Saturday . 1 00 I 5:00 p.m. Sunday . , . 2.00 i 6 00 p.m. BOX OFFICES Gimbtjt'i, Horpt', Huqh & Hatcher, Kaufmonn's and Wm. Pffnn Hotel, Artna Gate 1 (12-8 p m. no Sun.) & H. 8. K lin ' McKstspert. tejLMJr WWYA WHEELING JAMBOREE SHOW COMES TO IDLEWILD PkRK Rt. 30 Ligonicr, Pa. TODAy, LABOR DAW 3 Bisr Shows 2:30-4:30 Grand Finale 8:30 P. M. Doc Williams Show KENNY ROBERTS - JIMMY STEPHENS LES SEEVERS BOBBY & CAROL LEE STEPHENSON GWNN & JERRY COLLINS & BAUD NED DAVIS AND THE LIFETIMERS WITH SUE McKIM ft nnfrihi.'a Mail to POLLY PITTS, CIVIC ARENA, Pgh. Pa. 15219 Enclosed 'I $ Send Ad.;'t TcUts (?$ Send Yo-,tH TicUts (a'$ . . . For (Dj'e) a o'cocl. NAME STREET CITY & STATE ZIP Enclose ch.ck or MO. poufcia to IC? CAPADES. fill in rumb,f of l.'r.1!, cfi :s a-if & tim. of p.r'O'O-.'va ENCLOSE STAMPED, SELF-AODFtESS'D ENVELOPE. IG 91 9 SYRIA MOSOUE WILLIAM STIINBERG Music Director Season subscriptions now available Call 281-8185 for illustrated brochure Guest Arti'sfj VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY MAUREEN FORRESTER . ALEXIS WFISSENBERG . ZINO FRANCESCATTI BRUNO LEONARDO CELBER ROBERT CASADESUS MICHAEL GREBANIER REGIS PASQUIER ANDRE WAnS DANIEL BARENBOIM ' HOWARD HILLYER e JULIA LERNER . ISAAC STERN MU'RIZIO POLLINI . LORIN HOLLANDER JACOB GIMPEL BYRON JAMS CEZA ANDA FRITZ SIEGAL JEAN COX Gucsf CorWuCfvr. EUGENE ORMANDY . DONALD JOHANOS THOMAS SCHIPPERS LUKAS FOSS JORGE MF.STEH BRUNO MADtRNA the many civilian and military employees of NASA," said Coe, "What is particularly awe-inspiring is the fact that we will show aspects of the flight enlarged hundreds of times and in full color." Great Week! '"The I , Libertine' i ; 1 comes ; across rw' incredibly " : with wry' .:;r humor and taste." CARMEN... October 9 and 11 With MILDRED MILLER THE BARBER OF SEVILLE ...December 4 and 6 with MARY COSTA TOSCA... January 15 and 17 with REGINE CRESPIN Pittsburgh Opera, Inc. Richard Karp, General and Musical Director proudly presents its 31st season of GRAND OPERA. THE LOVE OF THREE KINGS ...March 19 and 21 with EZIO FLAGELLO FAUST... April 30 and May 2 with JEAN FENN 'Metropolitan Opera The listed Metropolitan Opera artists will be joined by other Metropolitan Opera artists and outstanding artists from leading opera companies throughout the world. . . For free brochure with additional information and details on season subscription tickets at reduced prices, write or call: Pittsburgh Opera, 1414 North American Rockwell Bldg., Pittsburgii Pa. 15222. Phone 261-5294 "Harper's Biiaar lUrtl FY M VTf if H pBU . "Makes Hugh Hslncr's Playboy Penthouse look like a nurseiy schco'l" -ABO-TV theJjbeRTINE" Ur rin( Cathrrine Spaak nd Jenn-Louis Trintignant TODAy! 2:20, 4:20 6:20, 8:20, 10:20 mm Plus All Fun-Filled Studio Parties Continental'! lamous semi-private course, makes It possible for you to team every dance rhythm, dance beautifully with any partner ADULTS ONLY Stop In or Call for Your Complimentary Lesson It's So Much Fun at Continental DANCE STUDIOS 313 SIXTH AVE. COR. WOOD ST. OPEN DAILY 10 to 10, SAT. Till S !"". m '"i. v"smf nj ii j.ii . ii iux urn 2SI rT"7rr9 WTitLl,Wl I.B II HI JU II I WW I II l TODAY AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRE ARCADE (IIB. 1-18;ii-Opn 1 4S p m. Jolin Waynf. Olrnn CampDril. 'Truf Orll" iTpch.,. Also 'The Assassination Bureau." Btl.lFM t: PO. fi-l.'.M) Wall Disiipy a "Thi Love 3ui( ' with Dan Jours. Burich- Harkrit. J. 25, 4 40. t 55. 3 10. OIW1 1 JO. IIKI.MAR I'MS-Kiiflll) J Top Hits' Jim Brown, "Th Split" Aho ' St a Ikinir Moon." Pliu ' Bndrs 01 Diaruia. Open l.OO. (HKSWICK K.4ST 3;t-?V Rifliarrl nuitumni. All Mai-Oraw. Jack Kinirrn in "Goodhve Co'.im-bu ' i Tech I. 615, R 10. in 05. nirswH k wist i::;-7l:, Hint Lani astrr, Pauirk O Nral, 'f'nslle Ki-ep ' (Colon. 5 40, T 45. 9.50. (RUTOV MVA. t-M.Mi) Rirharit B.iti'min Ail M:ir(iraw. "Ooodhve Columbus." H.3n. 10.05. Also ' Cin-rinn.itl Kid." 8 15. DAI TOLA iNrw Krnslinlonl R rhard Brnlamln, Ah MacOrnw, "(innribve Columbus' iTeih.i, 6 00, 8 00. 10 00. FASTWnon (faf I'm, a;i..vimi) Wall Uinrv s "Pptrr Pn" 2 45, fi-JS. 10:00; also ' Parent Trap" 4 00 7 40. C.AI.AXV iBrirtreville) 2 Walt Pistiev lilts' 'Risnal.'' Also Hurl? Vnur Hat On T'ie Wind." This evening at 8 OO n. m fiARDlN (North Side-J Top Ar-lion Hits' "nridgp At Prmaaan " Also Snmmv O.tv.s .1". "fter L.aw-rord, "Salt A- Peuper." Ends Tics. (.RAN A I) A (Centre Ave., V,-VVi) OreH'iry Perk. Omar Sharif "Mr Kenna's (iold " Also Jim Broun, "The Split." Open 1:10. I.IHFRTV (New Ken.inrtnn) -Dran Junes. Bildilv Haikell in Walt Dis-nev s hihnnus "Love Biifr." 3 00, 5 15. 7 .15. 0 50 MT. OI.IVFR ii:V. 1-55IU I Today Matinee Only' "Doi-tor Dollttle." Plus cartoons. Open 1:30. MT. OI.IVFR (IV. l-I.VIIl-Stsrtj 6 OO n. m All MnrOraw. ' Ooodbve Columbus " Also "Rosemary'! Baby", Ladles' Dav Tuesday. OAKS (Oakmnnti Dean Jnnei, Ruddv Ha-kett ln Walt, Disney's hllarioita "Love Bun'' (Terh.i. 7 25. A- 0 40. FARK WAT (MrKee Rneksl Rirh. ard Brniamln. "Ooodhve Columbus " S 15. !) 45 Also "The Brother-hiod " 8 05 Ladles Nlte. 50c. RFC.FNT SO. (Til. l-?S.r.l Rlrh. ard Penlpmln All MarOraw, "Ooodhve Columbus" (Colon. 6:15. 1.1 10 11 EvVirKI.FT (7tl-,5ni Disney Produotions present' Dean Jones, Mlrhele l ee. "The I.ove Bu." 1:15, 3 15. 5 10. 7 10. 0:20. notTH lllltsl (Dormnni .1611100) - Burt, Lancaster, Patrlrk ON'al. "fT.tie Keen" iTeeh t. Also ' Southern S'ar." Open'. 1:30 p. rr. FILM MAKERS' AND THEATRES' RATING SYMBOLS - Q SuggtKad for GENERAL iojnm umw conm J Ouditndl J y mmj M MXHI CUHOIUI I fiSI SSI" I (X) PERSONS UNDfR 1 6 MOT I LXiU f.,i.v.",id). dm into ABC H Iqiiwav 6) (I Bad, a B69-?271 ARDMORE Vm lie). !f lulmtn tut. 271-5010 BLUE DELL Rt 30. fait. Ir In. Pi. 8J3.1R28 BROOKSIDE Off urano B?h mlriMflv nht4 a no Srieickky, 935-2401 CAMP HORNE B't.i St. 19 l Ohio River Blvd. 341127 COLONIAL Rt. 51 South 655-9707 DEPENDABLE" 5 Mli from Gr. Pgh. alrpsrt 264-7011 LAItWt DAV "APRIL FOOLS" Tech. M Jark Lrmmnn. Jallirrine Drnruve. Teter l.a(nrd "HOW SWEET IT IS" Tech., Jas. Garner "GOODBYE COLUMBUS"-Tech. R Rirhard Itrnjamin. All Maet.iaw "FIRST TIME" Tech., J. Bissct M "TRUE CHIT" Tec!i. G ,f n h n Wavnf, dtrii f'snUthpll, Kim l)arb "VALLEY OF GWAflGI" Tech. G "THAT COLO DAY IN THE PARK" R Sandv llennis. Ml.hael nutns "FIRST TIME" Tech., J. Blsset M "GOODBYE COLUMBUS" Tech. R Rirhard Benjamin. All Maelraw "EL DORADO" Tech., John Wayne "CASTLE KEEP" Tech. R Burt l.anraster, Peter talk, rairir , .-.r.. ECHO Rt. 51 it lirn 34-'510 FAIR GROUND Southern Star' G. Segal, U. Andress M Adult Fntertiinment "I A WOMAN" Essy Persson "CARMEN BABY" "THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK" R Sandr Dennis. Mlrhael Burna "FIRST TIME" Tech., J. Blsset M "CASTLE KEEP" Tech. R i ... n.i.P rait, Palrlrk O Nllll nun i.nrin, ir... r i V i rill RTfX".i." ASa 'Southern Star1 G. Segal, U. Andress M "GOODBYE COLUMBUS" Tech. R Iti.hard Renlamln. All WC;ra- "FIRST TIME" Tech., J. Blsset M "CASTLE KEEP"Tech. R Burt l.anraster. Peter Falk. Patrirk O'Neal Southern Star' G. Segal, U. Andress M "CASTLE KEEP" Tech. R Rurt l.anraster, I'rler Talk, P.trirk O'Neal Ml. Et ll WMt-. ....... ... r- tm A.J... fMI OUUIIILIII llll Viy"ri'"""' l'"J "ROMEO & JULIET" Tech. Olivia liiiMi'v. I.fflnard Whitinc "BAREFOOT IN PARK" Tech., J. Fonda "CASTLE KEEP" Tech. R Burt l.anraster. Peter talk. Patrick O'Neal 'Southern Star' G. Segal, U. Andress M FAMILY ""' Rt. ?6 m Kenslngta 337-7831 GATEWAY loilri ftrry G'rrn.b.'l H. H w K'nlinitnn 335-1111 GREATER PGH. Rt. .0. 'a Ml. Ext ll V Innhri'W Irltlif 824. jO GREATER PGH. Rt. JO. ', M! Flt et W't. iiigbnu Irilge. 841-5211 GREENTREE nlMtin U. B.t. C'i an Csrnrali. 921-2049 KANE ROAD 3003 Kana WoatJ. Arlqulppft. ?7R-1'70 KENMAWR Rt i'.. Bt. M-K.M Rlkl ti Cvmpolli. 771 0577 MAPLE Rt. 30 10 Miles tail ll Wilklittbiri 84-0314 MIRACLE MILE- Eait ll Mnnrordtll an Ii. 327-5557 MONROEVILLE" rirt.' Eait 22. Eilt 16 Si. Stay an 48 Sc. 172-6661 MT. LEBANON- Rt. 19, Oonale'wa Croil-nid. 745-7i41 mllebanon" Rt. 19 Onmlit'on doll-'M4- 745-75 li NORTH SIDE PENN LINCOLN Rt. 27-30 Wf! It Imatiial Eiil. 695-7218 RANALD'S fit A B-'Uwn Ctn BahertKKn. 443 s: ROUTE 19 Rk'i 19 Sonlh 225-4820 SOUTH HILLS Rt. 5 So.. Ntit 'I Ank.ri 466-7112 SOUTH PARK Rt. 88 Brthel Park 835-1737 SUPERlO Rt. 30. Iran 863-7417 "THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK" R siandr Dennis. Mlrhael Burns "SF.CRFT I. II K OF AMFHII AN HIIF" Terh. Walter Mallhau, Patrirk O'Neal "3 IN THE ATTIC" Tech. R rhmlnphrr JotiF & VvrKf Mmiru "THE GLORY STOMPERS" C. Noel "GOODBYE COLUMBUS" Tech. R Rirhard Benjamin. All Martiraw "EL DORADO" Tech., John Wayne "THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK" R Sandy Dennis, Mirharl Burns "WHERE IT'S AT" Tech., D. Janssen RJ """GOODBYE COLUMBUS" Tech. R Richard Benjamin. All MarOraw "MUST Ti.MF" Tech. I, Bisarl l "RI N FOR VOI R W II-1" Trrh. J. Trowse "GOODBYE COLUMBUS"-Tech. R Rirhard Benjimin. AM MarOraw "FIRST TIME" Tech., J. Bisset M ""THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK" R Sandy Drnnis. Mirharl Burnii "MRS. CAMPBELL" G. Lollobriglda M "DADDY'S GONE A HUNTING" Tech. MJ Paul Burke. ( arnl White HAR0 CONTRACT" Tech., J. Cobum "TRUE GRIT" Tech. G Jnhn Wayne, (ilrn Campbrll. Kim Uarbr BROTHERHOOD" Tech., K. Douglas M Disney's "LOVE BUG" Tech. G Dran Jonrn, Xirhllf l et, Htidrtv llsrkptt Disney's "GNOME-MOBILE" Tech. G The Rumble Til it Korked t.as eeas' "Hells Angels '69" Tech., J. Slate M 'KILLERS 3"-Tech., R. Walker M "GOODBYE COLUMBUS" Tech. R Rirharrl iVnim.n, Ait M.ir(irx ROSEMARY'S BABY" Tech., Mia Farrow Disney's "LOVE BUG" Tech. Q llean Jones, Sllrhelle l ee, Huridv II r k. "Never a Dull Moment" Tech., D. V. Dyke SUPER 71 Rt. 51 So to It. 201 Sf. 929010 SUPER 71 Rt. V So to Rt. 201 Ii. 9t'9-7040 TWIN Kl-WAY Rt. V' 1 MltM W.'t l Craltoa 9i)-2291 Wexford Starlite Root 15, 8 Mil.) Iron Wei nSK-nn Disneys' "LOVE BUG" Tech. G Dean Jones. Mlrhelle lee. Ruddr llarktil "Never a Dull Moment" Tech. D. V. Dyke The Rum hie That Itorkrd ,as Sens' "HELL'S ANGELS 69"-Tech., J. Slate KILLERS 3"-Tech., R. Walker M "Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Merry llumppe it Find True llippinro' X Anthons- Ncwlev, .In .in ( ollins. Milton llerle "( OOti.AN'S III.IH- Terh. Mint F.asl.oed "GOODBYE C0LUM3US" Tech. RJ Rirhard ll'i'J niin, All Mart. raw 'ROSEMARY'S BA3Y" Tech., Mia Farrow "CASTLE KEEP" Tech. R Burt l.anraster, Peter Falk, Patrick O'Neal 'Southern Star' G. Segal, U. Andross (M WOODLAND "GOODBYE COLUMBUS"-Tech. R Homntfid-Oii;.f-,iMi Ril. Richard B-nhmiii. li Maer.raw N-.r u Airport 162-4334 "ROSEMARY'S BABY" Toch., Mia Farrow MONDAY, PEPTF.MBFB I - kkill!lAiIlli.-llHJ;iSllA .WH W ' l! ri id Hi Oi JiMiy ThYf 1

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