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12 Never too young for nightclub fun Continued from Page 9) But of all the clubs, the Banana 'is the only one to feature "hard-core" music on a regular basis. I Hard-core refers to the unreconstructed, high-energy form of punk . rock. Eight summers ago the move-ment first broke out in Britain's ; factory towns and New York's .C.B.G.B. Today hard-core has a small but devoted core of supporters nationwide. Most of them are still in high school. ; Owners Johnny and Judy Zarra 'began holding all-ages nights last : summer. "We had heard that they were doing it out in L.A. (the mec-ca of hard-core)," Judy Zarra said. : "Johnny didn't want to do it be-" cause he didn't want to waste the : liquor license, but I said, 'Let's give .it a try,' and he gave in." BACK FUTURE (PG) 12 30. 3. 5 b. 8 PALI RIDER (Rl 12 30,230 4 30 6 30 8 30 RETURN OZ. ON I A ipr. SILVERADO IPG-13) 1230, 3. 530 8 b """l3llhll.yj..'i 101 SitUiSl ?8M356 EXPLORERS MAD MAX K HI l?M.?lS.44lt.l4S HE-MAN MAD MAX Hl'IfrMljllllO Fates w.682-?334 SILVERADO PALE RIDER RAMBO IRI EMERALD (P.) 1 30. 3 30. 5 30. 7 30, 9 45 i:m:iu r :i mmhtjm-na HIV HE-MAN IG) 1.3 EXPLORERS (PG) 1:30. 3 30. 5 30. 7 30. 9.30 COCOON (PC,-13) 5 30. 7 40 9 50 l1Jlimi:illl fmtw42l-)900 ST. ELMO'S COCOON GOONIES EMERALD PRIZZrS (R) 1:30.4. 7 20.940 ST. ELMO'S (R) 1:40. 340. 540. 750. W mam Today (Sat.) & Sunday July 13 & 14 Pittsburgh Green Tree Marriott 101 Marriott Drive Pittsburgh, PA Sat:Viewing 12:00pm Auction 1:00 pm Sun: Viewing 2:00 pm Auction 3:00 pm BIDDING. . . winning bids are expected to rie in the $50.00 to $900.00 range, however many are exrxcled to go into thousands. In addition to cash or check, all major credit :ards accepted. THE COLLECTION... Every work custom framed, and ALL works on paper have only 100 Rag Mats, mounts and acid free hinges for conservation. The works are primarily original hand signed and numbered graphics, but also include paint ings, primitives and oriental art. Featured will be important works by: AlO40 Vctlw6 COLLECT WITH CONFIDENCE. . . This sale is completely cataloged and each work carries a Money Back Guarantee of authenticity with the galleries. Since l9 we have satisfied 50,000 clients by selling more than 200.000 framed original works of art at prices ranging from $25.00 to $35,000. FREE CATALOG & FINE ART POSTER: Bring this ad to the auction and receive a free catalog and full color Tine art poster. 'LIMIT ONE PER FAMILY. Park CDcvt Gollcric Worry Shapiro Auctioneer AS000l62-L OL COWARD'S DAZZLING COMEDY r .:"!l.M!l4 J st3i&-oi(i4 f .YlUU'llHi" J 1 I PALI RIDER iRl 12 30 ? 30 4 30 e 30 8 30 c IIITIISI (PT.V 15 11) 3 S4S ft ravm JVES l 1 )W rv Xi- "The season's best for PPT!" George Anderson. Post-Gazette Tonight at 7 PM Sun. Mat. at 2 PM 321-9800 Tickets oalabieat Pittsburgh Public Theater w The patrons pay around $5 for a slate of four bands. When the first group strikes up, the sunlight is still streaming through the window in back of the stage, and the club shuts down by midnight The Zarra children Donald, 13, and John, 12 stand on the bar looking down on the seething crowd. "They love the music," Judy Zarra said. "They introduced all the kids in our neighborhood to hardcore." When Lissa started coming to the club she was 13, and now she makes "almost every show." In an electric blue dress and black fishnet stockings, with two crucifixes strung through her left ear and a Eack of cigarettes tucked into her lack leather belt, she looks the perfect femme fatile, several sizes reduced. w)681?54 j lill'W n Ml Hum V. EXPLORERS (PG) 1 30. 3 30. IPG) 130 3 30 i 30. 1 30 4 30 m i is i i. i ai 7 d", q ST. ELMO'S (fl) 145. 3 45. 5 PRIZZrS (R) 2.30. 5, 7: 15. 9.30 FLEKH (PG) 2. 4. 6. 8. 10 UfMIIUIlLU EntMMdB72-9705 IPG) 1:30. 3:30, 5 30. 7.30. 9:30 SILVERADO (PG-13) 2. 4:30, EXPLORERS (ft) Mi. Hi Hi. (G) 1.3.5 iIJ)lJ10il1HHC (PG-13) 2. 4:30. 7 20. 9:45) JIM.!IJIll?F!l It iNortli48r-4433 (R) 2:30. 5. 7:43. 1U 8 10 All SH 11.75 ol all RETURN OZ. (PG) 1.3, 5. 7.9 SONJA (PG-13) 1 30, 3:30. 5 "J l!!ilU'nE51 iums.mk. MlHlllCI ummemml (Rl 1:30. 3 30. 5 30. 7 50. 9 55 (HE-MAN (G) 1.3.5 EMERALD FOREST (Rl 7 lPG-131 1. 3 10. 5 20. 7 30 9 40 (PGI 2 15 4 30. 7 20. 9 45 FOREST (A) 7-15.9 20 II 19Sart,4l-llU - HE-MAN G 1.3.5 RAMBO (R) 2. 4. 6. 8. 10 GOONIES PG) 130. 3 30. 5 OOP'S 8F CRAZY IPG) HE-MAN (G)1.3.5 EMERALD fOREST IP) 7 30 910 THU JUL 20 'llie Bard's most musical comedy. Directed by Gillette Elvgren It's Midsummer Madness! VI mmui FARM RESTAURANT I and COUNTRV STORES touch of Pennsylvania Dutch the Butler County farmlands. Lin NEW VORK STRIP SIRLOIN S9.95 SPECIAL CONTINUES THROUGH JULY Since our customers have enjoyed our New York Strip Sirloin complete dinner special so much this summer, we're extending it to run on Fridays and Saturdays through the month of July. This $9.95 New York Strip dinner (regularly $13.50) consists of a tender sirloin steak char-broiled to your order and served with potato, fresh vegetable, homemade banana bread, and Jardine's special side dishes. Visit us soon -- we look forward to bringing you a pleasant country-style dining experience I OPEN: Friday and Saturday - 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM ' Sundays - Noon to 8:00 PM In the Uillase of Sarver. PA For reservations. Phone (412) 353-1551 -ROUSING ENTERTAINMENT WITH EASTWOOD AT HIS BEST -tooav. nbc-tv. Gene Shailt "Clint wins the west again in a bang-up western adventure! Co ahead, make Your day make sure you see 'Pale Rider." CBS Morning News, CBS-TV, Pat Collins "Easily one of the best films of the year." inoeoenaent Networt News, ietf rev Lyons "it s fun to have Eastwood back in a solid, entertaining shoot-em-up!" Gannett News Service. William wolf "Back in the saddle, Clint goes west in a six-gun classic." HvBov, Bruce Williamson CLINT VMM MBEB CLINT EASTWOOD "PALE RIDER" sta.nng MICHAEL MORIARTY CARRIE SNODCRESS CHRISTOPHER PENN RICHARD DYSART SYDNEY PENVY RICHARD KIEL DOUG McCRATH JOHN RUSSELL ...-i,. rUTi MANF.S mutichyLCNNIC NILHAUS :i , p.iu.-,., DAV1 D VAJ.OtlS i,i-MiriiAr:i, nivr.p.n. dtnnis shryatk I"O.I'ctiiJIJ J LB't U tllju'll J KCfOMtN m BANK Downtown Pgii. CINEMA WORLD RT. 51. Century III Mall GREATER PGH. DR. IN At. 30 HARMAR CINEMA Harmarville SHOWCASE EAST Monroeville SHOWCASE NOTH McKnight M. PITTSBURGH Like the rest of the girls, she hangs toward the back of the club, avoiding the flying shoulders and swinging fists. ,TA lot of girls don't dance, but if I wasn't wearing this dress I'd be dancing." But for Shara Eichledinger, hardcore leaves a lot to be desired. "I don't like it because the girls can't dance. I don't know why it's so violent; I just wish it weren't." When the set ends, the crowd floods out onto the street, sitting on the curb or riding the skateboards they came here on. Eric Hardon, 16, stands on the sidewalk in black, lace-up boots, bleach-splotched jeans and a Marine Corps haircut Hardon said he never heard live music until the Banana started its under-21 nights. "Hard-core is aimed towards youth it's basically rebellious." mmm - HOO 5.30. 7 30. 9 30 I SILVERADO (PG-13) 2. 4 30. 7 30. 10 I 45. 7 45. 9 4i All inn $1.00 lil 6 HI -MAN IG) 1.3.5 PALE RKXR IR) 1 10. 3 10. 5 15 7 20 9 30 MAO MAX (PG-131140. 340.540. 7 40. S 50 RAMBO (fl) 2. 4,6.8, 10 COCOON (PG-13) 7:30. 9 40 7;20.9;40 1 S 4i Ul'l.TllUr"! Sudi Bd)3l-DJUU iiiil iilil 111 i .. firm All ImH 41.75 at aH lima ttlwsnrt (PG) 1:30, 3 30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 30. 7;30. 9:30 lotaiiA (Hi-13) :5. : Hutu 10 or IPG) 1, 3. 5 30 9 30 PALE RIDER (R) t. 3:15. 5:30. 7 50. 10 IAa FUTURE (PC) 1:10, 3 10. 5. 10. 720. MO COCOON (PG-13) 145.4 30.7 15.950 RAMBO (R) 2. 4. 6. 8, 10 GOONIES (PG) 1:20, 3 20, 5 20. 7 40. 940 30. 7 30 930 745 945 1 an 31 & 1 f I land hell4v followed f"f with mm., (jti.' r- i n cmnt Eastwood , - - M SHOWCASE WEST ftobmson Two. SOUTH HILLS DR. IN Rt. 51 So. SOUTH PARK DR. IN Rt. 88 STARLITE DR. IN Wexford TWIN HI WAY DR. IN Crafton VILLAGE So. Hills Village POST-GAZETTEi Sat., July 13, 1985 WiH'Jdyt; ''Lm. B FIESTA Downtown P(h. CHESWICK Cheswick CINEMA WORLD RT. 51. ..Century III Mall SHOWCASE WEST. 'j UAN INCREDIBLE, EXCITING AND ORIGINAL ACTION EPIC that I think is one of the best films of the year." i - l!ogilt- At '.. AUI'5' "Max is madder, tougher and better than ever!" "A series of films that just keep getting better and better -'Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome' is great." MEL IYOMt TINA Ac 'MfXl JAWW l woctc d xxaTv NOW SHOWING INDOOR CINEMA WORLD Century III Mall SHOWCASE EAST Monroevills FULTON Downtown SHOWCASE WEST . Robinson Twp. HARMAR FreeportRd. SHOWCASE NORTH McKnightRd. OUTDOOR ' BLUE DEU. DR. IN Rt.30E CAMP HORNE DR. IN North Hills COLONIAL DR. IN Rt. 51 So. FAIRGROUND DR. IN South Park KENMAWR DR. IN Coreopolis r. INVENTORY CLEARANCE AT ALL 6 HEADS TOGETHER LOCATIONS! LAGUNA EASY PAYMENT PLAN: I I K23 90 DAY I WSW INTEREST FREE 1 t FINANCING 1 1 !" &l?"5.J.s"' J gg r ' ' Eastland Plazi NORTH HILLS McKnight Rd. . Monroeville SHOWCASE EAST ........ ..Robinson Twp. GIBSON, TKONPfRDOMl TURNER DtW Mi f R a L S w TO rjKWV MUF HSTil .TIU I' KING SIZE WATERBED COMPLETE adaptable to standard sheets ''a less trie weight of a standard waterbed adaptable to conventional headboards & footboards EASTLAND. DRESSER HUTCH MIRROR AND NIGHTSTAND 5)50 On all discontinued dressers, chests & nightstands All discontinued furniture must Go! No layaways Call Now, First Come, First Serve. BUY ONE, GET ONE WATERBED CONDITIONER (4 oz.) MESQUITE GRILLED ORANGE ROUGHIE SWORDFISH MAHI MAHI CATFISH BABY COHO SALMON SHRIMP LOBSTER DELM0NIC0S BBQ RIBS & CHICKEN CHICKEN & ROUGHIE PLUS COMPLETE MENU SANDWICHES & SNACKS CAPT. ROD'S FAMOUS CHICKEN & TATERS TO GO JULY 18, 19. 20 SUMMER FLING FEATURING SOFTSHELL CRABS & OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL (wear your summer fun clothes) 375-6992 I 10 mil I 434 minulM from airport: Opon Mon.-Sat. 4349 Brodhoad Hd., Hopowall Twp. Major Credit Cards Accepted GODS MUST BE C8AZY? ss s is 10 (pgi FLETCH 1 55, 55, 7 40, 9 40 PGI BARGAIN MATINEESI SILVERADO i oo, 4 40, 7 30, v so (iG-ii COCOON 1 30, 5 00, 7 35,9 55 (PCI EMERALD FOREST 2 15, 4 45, 7 30, 9 55 () HE-MAN I 30 3:15 G) ST. ELMO'S FIRE s is 740 .9 55 01 RED SONJA 7 30 9 30 ICO-3l BREWSTER'S MILLIONS 7 30 9 30 IfOl IH 17,1 IjjTlii.l.ii :f!nr'1l!W:W..-gt:l.-.in BARGAIN MATINEES! MAP MX HO. 3 30. HQ, 7 43, 9 55 fO-13) tMftlxoii EXPLORERS 115, 3 30, 5 30, 7:40, 9:45 (PG) PALE RIDER J 30, 5 00, 7 35. 9 55 R C fo.fwd BACK TO THE FUTURE 3:15, 4 45, 7 30, 9 50 (PGI 52 CARE BEARS 12 30 215 (G) BREWSTER'S MILLIONS 7 30 9 30 ipgi rn 1.50 RED SONJA 7 00 a 9 00 ipg 131 RED SONJA 6 00. 7 40, 9: IS (PG-13) O VIEW TO A KILL & 7 15. 9 35 IPG) INS I BREWSTER'S MILLIONS 7 OO 9 OO IPG) BARGAIN MAIINEE5I I HE-MAN I 00. 3 00, 5 00, G ; BREWSTER'S MILLIONS 7 15. 9 is IPG) FLETCH 1:15. 3:35. 5:35, 7 40. 9 45 IPG) GOONIES 1:10. 3 05, 5:15, 7 35 9 35 IPG) PRizzrs Honor 45 .4 30. 7 00. 9 30 R) n!l.:i.Hl.'.'ll;l:ffWWWI:l;F1 ST. ELMO'S FIRE 7:40. 9 45 (Rl tfirm VIEW IU RILL 7 30. 945 IPG) JL SAl JULY 13 1985 MAD MAX IPG-I3) mighwi PURPLE RAIN IR) RAMBO: 1ST BLOOD II iR) s suiiom STARMAN IPG) JciiBndgM MAD MAX (PG-13) M,iCib. PURPLE RAIN (ft) Pm ST BLOOD II (R, S. Sullow STARMAN IPG) Jeff Bridget Tirmim,ii:'mi-S:W.,i MAD MAX (PG-13) Mel PURPLE RAIN IR) Pnce SPITFIRE IX) TOO NAUGHTY (X) MEATBALL PT. II (PG) RAMBO: 1ST BLOOD II (R) s suiio RUNAWAY (PG-13) Toa.Selk MAO MAX (PG-13) MeiGibw PURPLE RAIN iR) Pr RAMBO: 1ST BLOOD II (R) s.suiiom EVIL THAT MEN DO R c b. DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN (PG-13) SECRET ADMIRER IR) RAMBO: 1ST BLOOD II R s.suiiom EVIL THAT MEN DO (Rl c tr...M PALE RIDER (R) Em4 CITY HEAT (Rl ami Eiunooi BREWSTtR S MILLIONS (rui HPryr STICK R) Burl ReynoIJi EMERALD FOREST iR) THE SURE THING iPG-13i limn .'.BiffflrWTBwiE.VwCrJ MAD MAX PG-I3 MelGibw CITY MEAT iPGi auii ew4 R0A0 WARRIOR iRi MeiGUwia h.MJl:Wc!.M3Wni:gBggr STIFF COMPETITION (X) SWEDISH HOLIDAY (X) RAMBO: 1ST BLOOD II R) s.suiie RUNAWAY (PG-13) T.s.ikck BEVERLY HILLS COP IR) &MMry RED SONJA I PG-13 1 raaomo piacii (t) RAMBO: 1ST BLOOD II iR) s.suii LAST DRAGON iPG-13) SUMMER CAMP GIRLS (X) INDECENT EXPOSURE 1X1 n.li..ll:Jl:l:i.g SILVERADO i PG-13) KARATE KID (PGl EMEIMlJElil PALE RIDER iRi n.i emm4 CITY HEAT iR) am,E,m Urn. PALE RIDER iR) ciiuEMWMa TIGHTROPE iR) ciwemwi RAMBO: 1ST BL000 II R s.suiiom MISSING IN ACTION II iR) (mn MAD MAX iPG-13) migiii ROAD WARRIOR 1R1 Meiciim PALE RIDER iR) rmiEoLM. CITY HEAT .Ri a,.i PALE RIDER iRi ( l..i Ea POLICE ACADEMY II IPO-Ill ROAD WARRIOR 11 MelGitaw

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