Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1982 · Page 62
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ALL EDITIONS fcU ine Aruuua Atcwuuuc. Muiuay, August 15, 1982 Aavenisemeni Advertisement Advertisement ran fin ? Antique, classic auto collection on display at Imperial Palace By Steven McCann Journey back in time at the multi- time machine as you step on the million dollar antique and classic auto elevator at the ground floor of the collection at the Imperial Palace Imperial Palace and journey back in Hotel and Casino. Enter your own time. Say goodbye to 1982 as you step off the fifth floor of the parking garage and begin your tour of the multi-million dollar antique and classic auto collection, a special attraction of the Imperial Palace. The collection, displayed in a plush, air-conditioned facility, includes cars formerly owned by notables such as Cecil B. DeMille, Adolph Hitler, Howard Hughes, Mrs Henry Ford and General MacArthur. Rub shoulders with billionaire recluse, Howard Hughes, as you view the 1954 Chrysler New Yorker which he purchased new and then had modified to his precise specifications to include a $15,000 air purification system. He also had all but the driver's window permanently sealed. The purification system is still intact in the trunk of the Chrysler. Travel back even further in time as you observe the special features of the 1913 Locomobile . . . 1912 Overland . . . 1911 Stanley Steamer . . . 1909 Hupmobile . . . 1903 Model A Ford and Haynes-Apperson . . . and a 1897 Duryea. These are but a few of the nostalgic memories you will relive as you tour the antique and classic auto collection located in the Imperial Palace. town in Wales. When he was four years old, Tom began singing in public; as he grew older he sang in local pubs after his work day. His coworkers would line up outside to get a chance to listen and thus break-away from the ordinary work day world. It was these gigs in Wales that started him on the road to London, Europe, Australia, South Africa and the United States where he enjoys the enviable position of constant standing room only performances at Caesars Palace. Comedian Dick Capri opens the show for Tom Jones. Cher headlines the Circus Maximus Showroom through August 10; Wayne Newton follows Tom Jones August 26 through September 8. audiences that approaches near pandemonium. This larger-than-life superstar singer never fails to electrify all who see him. Jones is master of the stage both vocally and physically. His recordings of songs such as It's Not Unusual, Delilah, Green, Green Grass of Home, What's New Pussycat and many others became gold records and sold millions of copies throughout the world. He still holds a record of another kind, in the Guiness Book of World records, for the largest contract ever signed by one individual in Great Britain for his popular television show, "This Is Tom Jones." But these and other achievements didn't come suddenly. Jones' career began in Pontyridd, a small mining Rich and Linda return to the MGM Grand demostrates the All-American woman of many talents. The LittleCarter duo will be seen twice nightly through September 1st, followed by country-pop singer, Eddie Rabbitt. B 41V IIMatl REPUBLIC AIRLINES Whew! We deplane and board passengers in 10 minutes or less. Town& Country Tours Rich Little, the man of a thousand voices and the master of mimicry and Lynda Carter, the "Wonder Woman" of the entertainment world, will once again team up for a three week engagement in the Celebrity Room of the MGM Grand Hotel, beginning August 12th. Little brings his hilarious cast of characters to life on the MGM stage. Called by many the greatest impresr sionist ever, Little features Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Robert Goulet, Neil Diamond and Johnny Carson as part of his entourage. The second half of this exciting MGM Grandstand is sensational Lynda Carter. Lynda sings, dances and captures the hearts of her audiences with a warm and sincere, but yet sexy and voluptuous way, that " 4 'Sunday thru Wednesday arrivalsper person dbl. occ. PACKAGE IKOUDES: Two nights deluxe accommodations at the Four Queens HotelCasino in downtown Las Vegas, round trip airfare on Republic Airlines and transportation to and from the Las Vegas Airport. (Friday arrivals $136.95) Reservations desired seven days prior to arrival. Otler eipires September 30, 1982 Mm Valley-raised, Lynda Carter, co-headlines at the MGM Grand Hotel with comedian Rich Little. Ms,, Ask your Travel Agent for the enn nn nnm "Las Vegas Wrapped to Go" Holiday or call: (DuZj Z4O-S0Z9 Two weeks with Tom Jones at Caesars The pride of Wales, Tom Jones, has Maximus Showroom through Aug. 25. returned to Caesars Palace to perform Jones' concerts traditionally evoke his musical magic in the Circus a happy frenzy among his attentive Call Southwest Airlines, 273-1221, or your travel agent for reservations. I A O i " p mm Aladdin Now Appearing "C'EST MAGNIFIQUE" Caesars Palace Augl2-Aug25 TOM JONES Dick Capri Coming to Caesars Aug26-Sept8 WAYNE NEWTON Circus, Circus Now Appearing Continuous CIRCUS ACTS In Main Areana Desert Inn Now Appearing "THE BEST UTTtE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS" Dunes July 21 -Dec. 18 ROBERT GOUtET Guest Comedians Flamingo Hotel Now Appearing "CITY tITES" Frontier Now Appearing Siegfried & Roy "BEYOND BELIEF" Hacienda Now Appearing Fiesta Showroom "FIRE & ICE" Hilton July 27-Aug 25 BILL COSBY Leo Sayer Coming to Hilton Aug 26-Augus 31 DARK Holiday Casino Now Appearing "WILD WORLD OF BURLESQUE" Landmark Empire Showroom LOVELACE WALKINS Marina Now Appearing "BLOOPERS" Maxim Now Appearimg "OLD TYME BURLESQUE" MGM Aug 12-Sepf 1 RICH LITTLE Lynda Carter Coming to MGM Sept 2 -Sept 8 EDDIE RABBITT MGM Ziegfeld Room Now Appearing "JUBILEE" Riviera Aug 1 2-Aug 18 SHECKY GREEN Debbie Reynolds Coming to Riviera Aug 19-Aug 25 RONNIE MILSAP Dottie West Sahara July 1 -September 22 "Bottoms Up" Sands Now Appearing "ONE MO' TIME" Showboat Silver Star lounge Nightly Entertainment Stardust Now Appearing "LIDO DE PARIS" Treasury Now Appearing "HORSIN' AROUND" Tropicana Also Appearing "FOLIES BERGERE" The Meadows Playhouse Sept 7-Oct 2 "THE SUNSHINE BOYS" DOWNTOWN UNION PLAZA "I LOVE MY WIFE" Shows are subject to change at discretion of each hotel. It's a summer deal that's hard to beat. .and your chance to live it up in Las Vegas Tropicana style! You'll get a beautiful Garden or Lanai room for only $29 (single or double occupancy), plus a $ 1 0 cash rebate when you stay minimum of 2 nights. You'll find everything that makes a Las Vegas dream come true at the New Tropicana. That means luxury, fabulous food, warm friendly people, and all the rTTTYTYTT'fTTTTTTTTTTI Subject "''"" .a w Not applicable - ! ' '"l ist 1 to groups or i: 1 &-J during ''VmM IImmm' ' "W " a"l CALL TOLL FREE 8006346381 HOTEL CASINO ANDTOWER excitement you can handle! And now you can enjoy it all and get a cash rebate bonus, too! folies Bergere VIPSpecial iLk v 's?' tfiri t- 11' You'll receive VIP treatment at the world renowned Folies Bergere! Tropicana room guests will receive a special VIP Invited Guest Line-Pass (to avoid the waiting lines!) to the Folies Bergere, along with a complimentary bottle of wine per couple when attending the 8:00 pm Folies Bergere Dinner Show, now from only $19.50. It's the best far dinner show value in Las Vegas! The 1 1 :30 pm Cocktail Show, including two cocktails, offers late night excitement from only $13.95! Folies tickets available through (JjTiaSETWJN For reservations, call TOLL FREE (800) 634-6693. 'Cdlirornia. Arizona and Utah residents only Gardrn or Laiiai rooms, based upon availability only Sunday through Thursday One or two persons pet room, extra charqe for each additional person One time $ I Ocasli rebate is suberi loa twomqht minimum stay and possession ol a valid California Arizona oi Utah driver sltcenset nociceptions) koomrate and i cbate otter expires September ?.. 198,? TROPICflNR A Ramada Resort and Casino The Las Vegas You Dream About PA'0... 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