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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 9, 1978, Anderson, Indiana CINEMA THEATRES A young girl turns a friendship with a pig and a spider into a fabulous adventure. Th« •IMIme be«t<Mlling novel I» now a captivating motion picture. IlGi CWMl * uww ®. Sat-Sun 1:30-3:20 STARTS TONIGHT Imagine your life hangs by a thread. Imagine your body hangs by a wire. Imagine you're not imagining. ELIZABETH ASHIEY-RIPTDRN- RICHARD WIDMARKi ©Released thru TÄJÄ Starts Tonight 7:30-9:45 Saturday at 1:00-3:15-5:20-7:30-9:45 MOUNDS MALL CINEMAI & H RT. 109 BYPASS 643-4747 Ihe Harold Robbins people. What you dream... they do! HAROLD ROBBINS’ EMANUEL L. WOLF hesenis ' LAURENCE OLIVIER ROBERT DUVALL KATHARINE ROSS TOMMY LEE JONES IANE ALEXANDER «HAROLD ROBBINS'THE BETSY LESLEY-ANNE DOWN JOSEPH WISEMAN EDWARD HERRMANN PAUL RUDD KATHLEEN BELLER Screenplay by WILLIAM BAST and WALTER BERNSTEIN Music JOHN BARRY Produced by ROBERT R. WESTON Directed by DANIEL PETRIE r|-:Ss£~] An Allied Artists/Harold Robbins International Production An Allied Artists Release Tonight at 7:00-9:30 Saturday at 7:00-9:30 \ MANAGEMENT DOES NOT RECOMMEND PG FILMS FOR YOlÏMRf B f Mil npfM | if "H" Films linder 17 Requires Accompanying Parent Òr Legai Guardian 1 A.H.S. CHORAL CLUB AUCTION Sun., March 12 at 1:00 P.M. The Anderson High School Choral Club will be holding an auction on the 12th day of March at the Coon Hunter’s Club Building, E. Cross St., Anderson, Ind. All proceeds will go for their Florida trip. They have been chosen to participate in “The Floridaworld Choral Festival” and appearances at Disneyworld and Seaworld. Items in sale include: Antiques, furniture, appliances, clothing, toys, misc. items. FOR MORE INFORMATION: PH. 644-0981, EXT. 287 DAILY Auctioneer: Wardell Flatford, Ph. 642-9463 H&B3/8, 3/10 ANDERSON DAILY BULLETIN 1 1 Friday, March 10 1978 I I Flynt may not walk after shooting injury ATLANTA (AP) — Hustler magazine owner Larry Flynt has less than a 50 percent chance of ever walking again, say doctors who have operated on him. “There are no reflexes in the lower extremities and there is a loss of sensation from his midthighs down,” Dr. George Tindall, Emory University Hospital’s chief neurosurgeon, said Thursday after a 2‘/2-hour operation to remove a bullet from Flynt’s lower back. It will take six months to a year to know the full extent of the damage, Tindall said. Flynt, 34, and one of his attorneys, Gene Reeves Jr., 47, were shot Monday outside the Gwinnett County courthouse, where Flynt was being tried on obscenity charges. Guards stood at the operating room doors where Flynt underwent his third operation since the shooting. His wife, Althea, was with him in the recovery room. If mounpj cingmfl ÿPa/iattoou/nt 1124 Meridian 644-2900 DOUBLE FEATURE ALL SEATS $J00 The Original Uncut Version Never Seen On TV Now more than ever you must see it! su, onft WALXINGTALL /UiSSfcVV a B *' p presentation In Color JWEM&H G^. l ?' a3D> me story Buford Pusser wanted told. PART 2 In Color Daily Walking Tall 7:00 Part 2 9:30 Sat.-Sun. Walking Tall 2:00-7:00 Pari 2 4:30-9:30 Don't Miss Walking Tall Part 1 « 2 together on Anderson's Largest Screen HELD OVER—ONE MORE WEEK!! to WALT DISNEY Productions fVmntl CANDLESHOE DAVID NIVEN, HELEN HAYES JODIE FOSTER, LEO McKERN Alio Slimnfl VIVIAN PICKLES tnd Conducted by RON GOODWIN* ÄSHUGH ATTW00LL DAVID SWIFT .„«ROSEMARY ANNE SISSON Chfiitmii CindlnhM ' by MICHÂÊTINNÉS RON MILLER °" K w NORMAN T0KAR TECHNICOLOR* [G|. téeveem theatre IDS ftUridion Ph. 649.0077 TONITE 7:00 & 8:54 p.m. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Starting at 1:30 p.m. WEST OF J.C. PENNEY Sat. & Sun. at 2:00. 3:50.5:40. 7:30.9:20 Mon. thru Fri. at 7:00 & 9:20 LAST WEEK THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN’, PART 2 MARILYN HASSETT TIMOTHY BOTTOMS ISSteSSffiBSl Super lignt - less than 8 V .‘ lbs. complete Powerful 1B c:u in. engine Ha^d -working 1fJ' bar Chain Brake safety feature stops moving chain in milli-seconds only $89 95 Mini Mac 25 Chain Savu Excellent balance and maneuverability Super power-to-weight ratio Automatic oiling prolongs bar and chain life Chain Brake safety feature only s 189 95 Power Mac 6 Automatic Chain Saw Pro 10-10 Automatic Chain Saw (a 'S „'S! *224 95 ■ • Full pro features for home, farm and professional use • Big 16” sprocket tip bar, 3.3 cu. in. engine • Chain Biake safety feature McCulloch Authorized Service Center Where you can count on quality Implement Service. Inc. 2500 E. 10th St. 649-2274
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