Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 18, 1975 · Page 79
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ALL EDITIONS ... Phoenix, Fri., April 18, 1975 The Arizona Republic D-ll Appearing in the Penthouse April 17-19 THE RwuMic photo by Roy Cotway ' Show at PLT Phoenix Little Theater is currently playing Neil Simon's "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," with Nancy Schirm as Bobbie Mi-chele and Allan Beyer as Barney Cashman. The show opened Thursday night and will run for two consecutive weekends. I COUPON I "600D FOR ONE CUSTOMER ONLY" MULEDEER & MOONDOGG D Beefi up the iveeheEid with D D D o o . c o O , z D D MEDICINE SHOW For information and reservations, keyholders call 264-4314. If you're not a keyholder, see the Customer Service Bunny. 0 0 Coming April 24-26 KEMMY COLMAM z o Q. The Phoenix Playboy Club Coupon good for I complete Dinner so round out the week with a big TOP 3 o U I I blKLUIN blbAK. UiNINtK Al Bonanza! It comes with 3033 North Central Avenue all the extras-tossed green salad. French fries or baked jj potato and a big slab of Texas toast. Weekends are f S with coupon SDecial at BONANZA--eome Regularly have an eatin good time! "Good through Sunday ciosins" ' ill! W. Mi letMtlM. UMS. Rural Hi. llllW.0liaclt H I. HeDtll iMiLMait Und St. ft Cactus Expirtl' 0 l-7S , 5 la " A J) Vk,' ',. , - pa ( "I i J add I n rnami mit saemaait una Pkaaali LlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllDi Fried hWce. 2 Pieces Chicken CALENDAR Hot L Baltimore University Players production, 8 today through Sunday, Lyceum Theater. Windmill Theater Tues-d a y s through Sundays, "Come Blow Your Horn," 7:40 dinner, 8:30 curtain, New TV station gets call letters The Federal Communications Commission has granted call letters KNXV-TV to Channel 15 in Phoenix, announces Edwin Cooperstein, president of New Television Corp. "In our new KNXV-TV call letters, the N stands for Newswatch and the XV are Roman numerals for 15," Cooperstein explained. "We expect to begin broadcasting as the Newswatch 15 station in early 1976 emphasizing all news and sports in prime timC , "Newswatch 15 will be the theme," added Thomas H. Brodek, executive vice president-station program manager. "There will be three live 90-minute Newswatch programs between 4 p.m. and midnight daily. Each will consist of six 15-minute segments featuring internationalnational news, localregional news, sports-weather reports, business-financial news, entertainmentfeature news, consumerpublic affairs reports and total informational services." Utilizing latest designs in studio and mobile TV equipment, KNXV-TV would become the first all electronic journalism station in the country and would be affiliated with major information gathering organizations throughout the world. Sunday matinees, 12:15 buffet, 2 p.m. matinee. Phoenix Children's Theater "Tom Sawyer," 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, also April 26-27. Phoenix Little Theater. Passport to Travel "Gemutlicheit in Germany," Les and Diane Thomas, 8 p.m. April 23, Phoenix Little Theater. Opera Festival Phoenix College Opera Workshop, 8 p.m. today, at the college. Phoenix Little Theater "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," 8:30 p.m. today and Saturday, also April 24-26. Scottsdale Community Players "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," 8 p.m. today through Sunday, also April 25-27, Stagebrush Theater. California Boys Choir 8 p.m. Saturday, Symphony Hall. Concert and Ball 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Paderewski Choral Society at Pulaski Hall. Trombone Choir Gail Wilson director, 8 p . m Saturday, ASU Recital Hall. Heritage Days Spon sored by City of Phoenix and The Arizona Republic, Saturday and Sunday, Encanto Park. Sweet Adelines Scotts dale Chapter in "Stop and Smell the Roses, 8 p.m. Saturday, Gammage. 321 5 E. Indian School THURSDAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY and SUNDAY COMPLETE DINNER INCLUDES BAKED POTATO, FRESH GREEN SALAD, HOT BREAD, COFFEE OR TEA RESERVATIONS 956-2210 ALASKAN mm CHAD LEGS Approx. 18 0Z. Enjoy a chuckle with "Channel Chuckles." flKefiffldfc healthful hint: mis: v iTtnmv f 1ourfiV!ne IftahVier guys: tasty sutched-up HOT' iWifchrnalshinaliowysolal o sink .vour feet Hoover & Eureka Royal FLOOR MODELS ALL NEW SAVE UP TO 50 HOUSE OF VACUUM PHOENIX tTEMPE 1U.IM.. ittt MHi tot. , ... .n.rt Tmim I1MMI MMHI HUMS 2SMM4 W-UI1 'Bob appearing nitely Sylvia" AND E "Longtime Nevada favorites" Ont of th greatest OsHTT tomay leami in tne business . . . will keep you entertained all night with their adult 4i medy . . . sketches flSou Gotta See 'mm a fiafi'.u If pOAtJDO HOTEL IPJtfgg No Covtr, No Min. . . . 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KSSbleS ( METROCENTER J I 1 24th St. d Thomai Rd. aitSt S 99el99 9S6-KB1 ' i i s f I Q THE BACK PORCH jsx S 1 If 1 olK to pop to rock - JMm-j7 1 WXt Majority outstanding entertainment. v .XsSI - .N0.C.0VER MkiSOM pjl SHOWTIMES 10 S 11:30 JilMfl t W SAFARI HOTEL SCOTTSDALE V fj jSjaiajii SBSSSSiiiiilSiii- he & she place for. ft .scrumptious S fcDtgear,bags& J belts. 1 Bartttoiericard Master Charge ft METROCENTER DINE W DANCE With BOB McGREW & His Orchestra Friday and Saturday 8 p.m. to midnight dance to the beautiful music of Bob McGrew and his orchestra in h owv: CI HTAM'C TADI C & LOUNGE Savour gourmet delicacies and traditional favorites. Excellent food and drink seems to taste even better seasoned with the continental flavor of cuisine expertise by our maitre 'd . . . Andre. Join us this evening at SULTAN'S TABLE & LOUNGE CASABLANCA INN 1 Block North of Camelback on 66th St. Scottsdale Reservations Suggested: 945-6391 , i I (bacon wrapped) -ft - Ours is worthy of its name. It's the king of steaks. A generous cut of luscious filet mignon wrapped in bacon. Plus potato and Sizzler toast. All at a bargain price. You won't believe how good ; it is until you've tried it. PHOENIX 2530 W. Camelback Rd. 2508 N. Central Avenue 4040 E. Thomas Road SCOTTSDALE 3636 N. Scottsdale Road SPECIAL OFFER THRU APRIL 24, 1975 HUSKEY $ 2 FOR 2?: $1.80 YAW Va Pound (Pre-cooked weight) Chopped Beef, Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickle, Mayonnaise on a toasted Se- . same Seed Bun. 5 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 3218 E. McDowell Rd. 5021 W. Indian School Rd. 8935 N. 43rd Ave. (at Dunlap) 740 W. University -Mesa 6030 N. 35th Aire, (at Bethany Horn Rd.) Arby's Bring this coupon to your nearest Arby's today Good for 25 off regular price of a Super Sandwich Offer good thru Friday, April 25 at all Arby's PHOENIX 3826 E. Thomas Rd. (Across from Tower Plaza) 3701 N. Central Ave. 19 E. Adams St. $0? mm MESA 615 E. Main CLENDALE 35th and Glendalt x BEG 20 th HAMBURGER CELEBRATHON ngi4lar hamburger only 15 plus tax ifr One day only jfrSunday, April 20th lliooam til dosfcig McDonald's.wil! be 20 years old this Sunday. It's our birthday, but the party's for you! All day Sunday, from 11:00 AM to closing, you can get a McDonald's regular hamburger for only 15 cents. The same 100 beef hamburgers you always gtf t. " McDonald's, but for the good ld 1955 price. . .just 15 cents. It's pur way of thanking you for 20 breat uaaM ftnn't mice itl nnrinu Anril MCDOnald'S 20th, at participating McDonald's. MCDonajc I You deserve a break today at McDonald's 1 T

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