Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 6, 1970 · Page 11
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 11

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Tuesday, October 6, 1970
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,.'-!uìaì ài Neíiiaska Slate ionrnaì Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1970—P.M. Lincoln church news is carried on a special page in the “Sunday Journal and Star." JOYO: 61ST & HAVELOCK •>TDflWilNG A^i inimkni* NNtTBitM* iNRAtoonrncniK stKctsno m Q Ennui »nüinns AND ^miä imas TECHNICOLOR* 434-7421 54th & O Street TONIGHT AT 7 & 9:30 llflllll IS THE MOST MOVING JHE MOST INTELLIGENT, THE MOST HUMANE-OH,TO.... WITH IT!-IT'S THE 6ESTAMERIGAN FILM I'VE SEEN THIS YEAR!" -VINCENT CANBY, N.Y. TIMES NWHn rcnRscHwaiuacwaiiTi AMiXEHIiCHOlSFILM II 111 IDVIU Kiwanis Club Honors Furrer Capital City Kiwanis Club named Weston W. Furrer of 3875 Smith Street as their Kiwanian of the Year at the annual installation of officers meeting held at the Knolls Monday evening. Furrer, supervisor in charge of farm managers for Farmers National Company and a director of Salt Valley Watershed, was honored for his many years of participation in Kiwanis and civic activities. Installed as the 1970-71 Capital City Kiwanis officers were; Fay H. Moore, president; Merritt L. Anderson, president elect; Foster G. Owen, vice president; Brin L. Kushner, treasurer; C. W. Nibler, secretary. Board members named were, Gene Schroedermeier, Edward Mattingly, Frank W. Andrus and Clare V. West. Baldwin St. Open Again Baldwin St., closed since May 14 from 33rd to 42nd Sts., is open to traffic again, according to the city traffic engineer’s office. It was closed because of a dust problem. Do; PIaé Go in liBcol» ■ au !..«, b, .; .u tt». »to b-»» i« Tuesday Head Football Coach Bob Devaney puts the torch to the Tigers to start the spirit bonfire in front of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity house. , Devaney Lights SAM '^Spirit Bonfire' 432-1465 13th & P Street NO MOVIE TODAY ON STAGE TONIGHT AT 8:15 P.M. ''GEORGE M" RESUMES WED! In Th« Hitchcock TradHlon. An estimated 1,000 students gathered at the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity house, 733 No. 16th, Monday night to watch ■ ■ ■ « ■ Current Movies 432-3126 12th & P Street Continuous From 1 PM «oeibAiiA -7 TODAY ONLY THE PROTEST CINEMA Theodore J. Flicker’s "The Troublemaker” (1954) and excerpts from Pinter s "The Caretaker" 2 NEGLECTED MASTERPIECES MaxOphul's uncut classic "La Ronde” (1950) and Dietrich as ' "The Blue Angel" (1930) #8 WED. & THUR. ONLY On Stage "GEORGE M" Tues., Oct. 6 8:15 Stuart Theatre For reservations call 488-6447 Box Office Opens Day of Play at 10:00 A.M. LINCOLN BROADWAY LEAGUE CTXKVrEW S OUTDOQR THEATER ; TONIGHT! sh ' owat '.’« moN 2o*'» UEOIUiE KARL f;.Si:0'IT/MAL»EN A. Gee-<)P S P*rto«i A% O«*» N •*ed'Vf iirPilTTON” Color (GP) AND Beatty Tbe Only Ganme DRIVE-IN THEATRE jss;:32B STARTS TOMORROW .emmoD Martha The Odd Connie U.S. PREMIERE SHOWING Hayl^ niill/'siBä Oliver ieed lakeAgirl U!æY:»i CHtomrìQ Noel Harri/PH u* Hcncock-Jbhn Bird-Ami (TbcdoYdc TODAY Q/JÜbn caoß R wtmem ----ar AOyH University of Nebraska Head Football Coach Bob Devaney light the annual “spirit bonfire.” The students marched from the Nebraska Union to the front of the fraternity, whose members have termed this Saturday’s Big 8 football opener with Missouri “the most important game of the >^ar.” The bonfire, housed in a pit in the fraternity house’s front yard, will burn continuously until after the game Saturday. Sigma Alpha Mu President John Breslow said this is the eighth straight year the fraternity has sponsored a spirit rally and bonfire. Devaney and Defensive Co- Captain Jerry Murtaugh spoke at the rally. “George* M “—Lincoln Broadway League, Stuart Theater, 13-P, 8:15.-* Faculty Recital - Kimball Hall, 11-R, 8. Ewing Street Times — NWU O’Donnell Auditorium, 8.* Great Books Discussion — Library 2675 South, Tue. 7:30, Aristotle: Metaphysics. Day of Bread Dinner —Lincoln Hotel, 9-P, 6:30.'* Bazaar — First Covenant Church, 6024 L, 10-6. : Eleanor Lindstrom Paintings — Unitarian Church, 6300 A. Camera Club — Library, 14-N, 7:30. Conferences: Workshop for Cosmetologists, Neb. Center, 3.3- Holdrege, New Extension Wbrkers, Neb. Center; Havelock Business Assn., Moose Lodge, Hwy. 77 north, 6:30; Dental Conference, Neb. Center. Wednesday Sculpture Forum — Sheldon 12- R, Wed. question and answer, Richard Hunt, 10:30, Theodore Rosznak 2:30. Ewing Street Times — NWU O’Donnell Auditorium, 8.* Senior Citizens Activities — Rec. Center, 1225 F, 10-5. Duplicate Bridge —2738 South, 7:30.* Government Meetings — City Bids, County-City Bldg., 10-J, 10; Bd. of Zoning Appeals, County- City Bldg., 2:30; State Citizen’s Committee Mental Retardation, Capitol, 15-K, 10; City Mental R e t a rdation, Administration Bldg., 720 S. 22, noon. Things To Do in Southeast Nebradsa All túne» ».m. uni»« bol€lf«<»d lor p.m. Thursday Lecture — WUliam Strlngfel- low Whitcomb Conservatory, Doane College, Crete, 7, on “Prospects for an American Totalitarianism." Saiurday Harvest Festival — Diller. This Week “The Sound of Music" — Omaha Playhouse, Mon.-Sat. 8:30*; Sun. 7:30*. Lecture-Demonstration — Sidney Fox, Concordia Teachers College, Seward. Wed. 8:15, Thur. 8:15. Sculpture & Graphics — Arthur Geisert, Koenig Art Gallery, Concordia Teachers Col- Conferences — Workshop for Cosmetologists, Neb. Center, 33- Holdrege; Newv Extension Workers, Neb. Center; Dental Conference, Neb. Center, lege, Seward. For Sightseers Arbor Lodge State Park — Neb. City, mansion, 1-5:30 daily; padc, dawn to dusk. Homestead Nat’l. Monument — Hwy. 4 NW of Beatrice, Sun.-Sat. 8-4:30. Museums—House of Yesterday, Hastings: Sun. 1-5; Mon-Sat. 10^5, holidays Stuhr, Grand Times Furnished by Theater. Times; a.m. lirbt face; p.m. bold (ace Code ratings indicate a voluntary rating given to the movie by the motion picture industr>: (G) Suggested ior (¡KNKR.AL autliences. (Cd’) All aces admitted—PA RENTAL c; r IDAN (: 1-: suggested. (R) RKS'I'RICTKD —Persons under 17 not admitted vvitlioiit p.arent or adult guardian. (X) Persons under 17 not admitted. LINCOLN Stuart: Broadway Theater League “George M” 8:15. Cooper/Lincoln: “Catch - 22” (R) 7:00, 9:30. Varsity: “Take a Girl Like You” (R) 1:27, 3:30, 5:33, 7;36, 9:39. Nebraska: “The Trouble Maker” 1:40, 3:44, 5:48, 7:52, 9:56. State; “Getting Straight” (R) 1:33, 4:04, 6:35, 9:05. Joyo: Gulliver’s Travels. 7:00 only; “Darling Lili” 8:10 only. 84th & 0: “Cotton Comes To Harlem” 7:45; “The Mercenary” 9:30. Starview: Carton 8:00; “Patton” (GPi 8:07; “The Only Game In Town” (GP) 11:05. OMAHA Indian Hifti: “Airport", (Q) DaUy 2:00, 4:3«. 7:00, 9:38. ENDS TONIGHT"COTTON COMES TO HARLEM" AND "THE MERCENARY" Kearney Slate Will Dedicate Chapel Sunday Lmergcmy Niimitcrü Kearney — The new, modernistic chapel on the Kearney State College campus, which will serve approximately 1,300 Lutheran students, will be dedicated Sunday afternoon. Perhaps the most eye­ catching features of the spacious building are the creation of Ed Dadey, Marquette farm youth and senior KSC art student. Dadey has sculpted the pulpit and baptismal font from solid walnut and hopes to complete by Sunday a matching seven- foot altar. The campus pastors, the Rev. Eldor W. Meyer of the Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod and the Rev. Roger L. Sasseof the National Lutheran Campus Ministry, have called the pulpit a masterpiece. The building, which includes the 250-seat chapel, a large student center and lounge and offices, was financed by Campus T.,utheran Inc., consisting of the Missouri Synod’s Nebraska District and the National lyiitheran Campus Ministry of Nebraska. Emergency Police, Fire. Sheriff, Patrol, Ambulance, dial 911; Electrical, 475-4211; Gas, 4755921; Medical 432-5453. Island; Sun. 1-5, Mon.-Sat. 9-5'*; Czech. Wilber: Sun. 2-5, other days by appointment; Table Rock, Sun. 2-5, other days by appointment. Pioneer Village — Minden, opEjn to sundown.* Doorly Zoo — Deer Park Blvd. & S. 10. Omaha; Mon.-Fri.; 9:30-5.- Sat.-Sim. 10-().* Fontenelle Forest — Bellevue, Tue.-Sun. •ApyvwjvAVwvnwÿ Roast Beef i SANDWICH! § NOW AT > Sunnybrooke • so!*îitn jwjwwi 2NWW-VW-W-V.W»iW %V, ' Í '4 TITLES WERE HIS BUSINESS: Two Eastern Division and one World title as offensive line coach with N.Y. Giants ... Six Western Division and five World championships with Green Bay Packers ... A winning season his only year at Washington. Off the field, he was “Sportsman of the Year” and “Salesman of the Year” in 1969. And one of the titles he was proudest of was “Ex* newspaperboyP* DEPENDABILITY COUNTS! ... A tribute to newspaperboys by the late Vince Lombardi ^^^coacb really appreciates a dependable performer,” said Vince Lombardi, the late head coach of the Washington Redskins and one of pro foothalPs all-time coaching greats. “He’s the man that wins the hig ones for you. You count on him to deliver—and he never lets you down. “Newspaperboys are like that too. Reliable, hard-working, on tlie job in aR kinds of weather. As newspaper subscribers we all appreciate the year-round good service we get from our carriers—and when Newspaperboy Day -comes around, we ought to tell them so!” Opposing coaches will tell you Vince Lomhardi was usually right—^and he was on target again when he talked ahout newspaperboys. They’re dependable, industrious “—and thrifty too. Many of them buy U. S. Savings Bonds regularly out of earnings for college and otlier future needs. It’s another mark of their good citizenship, their service to community and country. The Treasuiy wishes them a Happy Newspaperboy Day 1970. i k, % Take stock in America. With higher paying US Savings Bonds. ® The U.S, Govemmsnt does net pay /or this advtrtieemenU It it pruenUd at a publie service in coopération «ritfc The Department of the Treatury and The AdeertMe§ '’nmÊ. SP-1054A

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