Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 18
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 18

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, May 12, 1967
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F AGE 18 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 Russia Finally Has 'World Jazz Festival' -'TALLIN, ; US.S;R/ CAP) ·- Five'years ago the Soviet Communist party newspaper Pravda denounced jazz as "screeched out 'hysterical notes" sounding like "a streetcar racing around corners." /. Four years ago, Nikita Khrushchev said jaz? *as "the kind of music that gives you a feeling of nausea and .a pain in the stomach." Three years' ago denunciations of jazz: as a corrupting, bourgeois influence were still heard. But Soviet youths kept playing it anyway, often in secret. Two' years ago they finally won official approval of jazz. Last night, Soviet jazz came of age with the opening of "the first world jazz festival in the Soviet Union" -- as the Soviet press describe" it -- in this capital of Soviet Estonia on the Baltic Sea. It is expected to run four days an to include performances by jazz combos from the United States, Britain, Sweden, Finland, Eastern Europe and cities CHINESE AMERICAN FOOD UIIKHWH fi? SO* Cf EN DAILY lli!» LIB. I* l' : « '·"· · BANQUET FACILITIES « CAFRY OUT ORDERS 623-3111 1833 MIRACLE' MILE uvrei union, irogram is still Charles Lloyd a United States ishine's combo e among those orm. is Willis Cone for a decade on me voice m Amerwa inuu- ducing jazz numbers on his "Music USA" program. It was largely from the Voice of America and the British Broadcasting Corporation that Soviet jazz buffs got their start. With Western jazz records, sheet music and technique . , . . throughout the Soviet Union. and Monty from Britaii expected to perform. Also expected over, heard here for FINEST FAMILY RESTAURANT WE SERVE CHANNEL CATFISH DAILY ^ECIAL FOR FRIDAY LOBSTER TAILS »1J6 Relish Tray, Salad or Soup, Potato, Vegetable, Homemade Rolls. Coffee or Tea ROUND UP Restaurant Lounge 1527 Benson Highway 2M-S872 AMPLE PARKING IN REAR Open 24 Hours DANCING FRIDAY SATURDAY books unavailable in the Soviet Union, Russian jazz musicians taped foreign short-wave broadcasts. The tapes were replayed until the arrangements were transcribed for the musicians to practice. 'Litter-In' Staged TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (ITI)---Students at Northwestern Michigan College staged a "litter-in Wednesday. One - hundred - fifty students picked up 17,798 cans and bottles from off road sides and claimed they picked up the world's championship for that event. I heard them. sing COME TO N THE. Mardi Sing along with Pat Stout at the'^ piano bar 6 nighls , - a week .... . Management /#Your Host: BILL DUNN y// Open 11 A.M. to 1 A.M. Corner Grant Rd. Tucson Blvd. TREAT MOTHERt^ ON HER DAY Dinners from 2.95 Children from 1.50 REDWOOD GAY 90's 5532 E. SPEEDWAY 298-3381 FOR RESERVATIONS Lunch 11:30 to 3 p.m. Roberts SMORGASBORD All You Can Eat 1.10 Dinner to4 So 1.45 Monday thru Saturday A J n- Served All Day 1 fift Sunday Dinner 11:30.07*0 l.ou OPEN DAILY -- MENU CHANGED DAILY Home-Baked Rolls and Pastry -- Children's Prices 1282 W. Prince Rd. (Flowing Wells Plaza) 887-4811 BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE Mass Weddings Held On Border TIJUANA, Mexico (UP1)- Mexico's mass wedding campaign came to the California border Wednesday. A chorused "si" united 83 couples in Mexicali and 80 couples tied the knot in Tijuana. The mass weddings are sponsored by the federal' government to give legal status to couples living together without benefit of clergy and cut down on illegitimacy statistics. AN IN VII A! I CX 1C GOOD IATING . - "«-"« ; GHOST ^f RANCH Restaurant OPiN E V E R Y D A Y 3 M E A I S N06ALES BUS SERVICE leave TUCSON for NOGALES 7:00, »:15, 11:15 A.M. I 17:15, 1:15, 3:90, J:M, CM, 1:15, 10:M P.M. leave NOGALES for TUCSON 7:90, »:15, 19:00, 11:15 A.M. * 1:15, 3:00, 4:00, «:00, 1:15, 10:15 P.M. Gr»yh»und Terminal 7M-W7I IDANCE TONIGHT COUNTRY ^f 160Z.T-BOME WESTERN · STEAK DINNER I LIVE MUSIC· APPETIZER Fri Sat ^L SALAD 1-n.oracn. ^^ CHOICE OF POTATO HIDDEN VALLEY INN SABMO CANYON RD OPEN DAILY AT NOON 2 95 , COCKTAILS PH. 298-2013| TACK ROOM ELEGANT DINING Serving Mother's Day Dinner I - 9 P.M. SUNDAY, MAY 14 Reservations: Phone 298-2351 RANCHO DEL RIO 5ABINO CANYON ROAD GHOST "^ RANCH LODGE ail Girliliil Reservations 624- S26 1 SOI WEST MIRACLE MILE Use Your Volley Bank Credit Card Children's Portions Available MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY finist Cujirte « Tucson U'Ht.« n; j JJiilfiinh Caruso s ^ ! 434 N 4th AVE VA 2 - 9 6 5 7 MEXICAN FOOD Mothers2ty'Treat EL TORERO RESTAURANT 231L26THST. (!4 BLOCK W. OF 4TH AVE.) ClOSED TUESDAYS Open Noon to 9:00 P.M on Sunday, May 14 FRIDAY SEA FOODARAMA pi" Our Famous Salad Bar -- featuring Seafood Salads . . . in addition to our regular Menu. Open Mother's Day Entertainment Nightly in Lounge 8:30- 12:30 Mother's Day SPECIAL *l 50 ' STEAK HOUSE £) 5002 L Speedway GIFT TO ALL MOTHERS MOTHER'S DINMER FREE (H^R E TMTMY) when accompanied by the relatives having a full course dinner. One free dinner per group. ' (For Mother's Day Children's Free Dinner is not in effect) Serving Mother's Day Dinner Reservations Only CALL 327-9082 Open Sun. Mother's Day 10 A.M.- N P.M. Come Visit George Emily Jacob at the Palomino from 4 P.M. to ? · Steaks · Seafood · Prime Rib ····«······· BAR OPEN 11 A.M. DINING ROOM OPEN 5 P.M. DAILY Complete Roast TURKEY DINNERS With All the Festive Trimming ~^~. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY REGULAR $2.55 CHINESE DINNER (Minimum Two Orders) per person CTE A IT Uni ICE COCKTAIL HOUR STEAK HOUSE n A M . g pM Swan at Ft. Lowell ············· · COCKTAILS PH. 325-0413 Soup, Golden Pheasant Ei« Roll, Fried Won Ton, ChkKtn F»o Youns, Chir SIU Frl»d Rice, Pork Chow M«ln. For 3 idd: Pine- »PPl« Spartflbs. For * aad: Be*f with Gr**n P*pp«rt. to Cookies $150 I P Per Person 3234 E. Ph. 327-7192 oHOST RANCH LOUNGE presents The Singin'est Place in Town . , . S/NG ALONG with EVIE CLARK At the . PIANO - ORGAN your host TONY HARRANT 801 W. Miracle Mile Phone 624-8261 It's the ~New DUNES where the finest in LIVE MUSIC is featured Now Appearing Fri. Sat. Evening BOB GABRIEL'S fabulous 4 SOUNDS featuring Frank Blander on the Trumpet Playing all your TIJUANA BRASS favorites · For the BEST in CONTEMPORARY MUSIC -- Make your first stop the DUNES THE DUNES newly remodeled under new management 5822 E. Speedway :··' # Have Your MOTHER'S DAY DINNER at Paulos Steak House V -- YOUR CHOICE OF -Turkey Ham Swordfish Lamb or a SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY STEAK THE MAKE BELIEVES NIGHTLY MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY. EXCEPT SUNDAY 327-4611 *«r"^"Mw JOIN \ WONDERFUL MOTHER DINNER DAY DAILY OPEN AT 2:00 P.M. CLOSED MONDAYS ONE OF TUCSON'S FINEST ADULT SHOW LOUNGES Brings another lounge act LOUIE PR W A and KEELY SMITH and the famous BROOKS and COMPANY Entiftawneiit jtirts at WO No Cov»i- Chorg* BAKED HAM with .....____^ Fruit Sauce, Candied Yams or Mashed Potatoes, Relish Bowl, Soup or Salad, Rolls and Butter, Ice Cream £O5Q or Sherbert, Iced Tea or Coffee. f r\ Children 12 and Under ...1.50 SER VING FROM 12 NOON' - 7040 L BROADWAY 298-1844 COCKTAILS DANCING 3143 I. SPEEDWAY Vi Block E. of Country Club FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 327-5024 3ShowsNitely 9:0010:3012:00 HOB FBAfc" $£*«^ p STEAK- .Compl" 6 ^^^0 $i# si 55 U.65 Ptan to Join Us For Mother's Day Dinners F ,^T 0 Portions For Children ... HaH Price ipicure · Diner's Club · Valley lank| · Carte Blanche · Amerkan Express WE FEATURE ,, BOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL DINNERS -, STEAKS » CHOPS » SEAFOODS » COCKTAILS : NOW FEATURING Carlyle Webb And Orchestra -tr TV ^ DANCING FRI.. SAT., SUN. 8:00 P.M. .-- 1:0" A.M. Dining room opa.w 5 p.m. ·fr Tfr *' MANNY'S Latin Quarter 749 W. Miracle Mile PH 622-2603 COfFSI HOUSE OPEN U Hours BOOM OPEN FORIUNCH 11:30-7:30 sovereigns Th*r* is no Subitkul* for Quality! MOTHER'S DAY BRUNCH 11-4 DINNER MENU 5-11 Prepared Especially for Mother 1 "QUEEN FOR THE DAY" Complementary Dinners ' for 1. Oldest Mother 2. Youngest Mother 3. Mother From Longest Distance 4. Mother of most children 5. Grandmother with most grandchildren Register at Door Winners will be published in next week's ad. 5353 East Broadway K««vation«Sua9«ted * 793-93B4 1 4^J d r f '^MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY MAY 14 "You'll Be Clad You Came" Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a la Carte From 6 a.m. to 1:45 a.m. VAUGHAN'S Since 1946 "Consistently Good Food" !. NORTH FREEWAY Prompt Carry-Out Order* .\mple Parking Space RE S T A U B A . N T ' all 07 n. stone ph. ma 3-8832 |?2 I I K. S|«'.clway PH. 29H-0931 for Takeout" Service ra ENTREES *Roast Young Tom Turkey w/Celery Dressing 2.75 *Glazed West Virginia Ham w/Champagne Fruit Sauce.. 3.w Spencer Steak w/Onion Rings -. 3-25 *Roast Leg of Spring Lamb w/Mint Sauce *.5fl Choice Cut of Eastern Prime Rib of Beef Aus Ju» *·*» Broiled Australian Lobster Tail w/Drawn Buter 4.» · 1.00 less for children CR ii° Nv BVA^rfs^^^ FREE ORCHIDS FOR ALL MOTHERS! I DOORS OPEN AT 3 P.M. -- SHOW TIME 1 - 8 - 1 1 pttNEHEUNES !X POLYNESIAN REVUE Will provide spectacular entertainment.' MCWEtCWKE S«CWI«IMON.IH«U MOTEL AMD RESTAURANT SUPPER CLUB _ LfcuOi 4tf* A v». «n B*m«n MOTHER'S DAY MENU CHOICE OF: Fruit Cop Supreme TomertoJuke Orange Juice Pineapple Juice Chicken Noodle Soup French Onion Soup Toswd Green Salad Seafood Cocktail - 75« Extra Roast Young Tom Turkey - Cranberry Sauce .......................... $J,5 0 Roost leg of Spring tomb ....................................................... eo'S* Boked Sugar Cured Horn - ChampngM Sauce ...................... .- 1*'*^ Roost Prime Ribs of Beef Au Jus ........................................... '·· J J . 7 5 ' Broiled Swordfish HKsitre d'Holel ............................ ............... 4- O Assorted Cold Meat Curs G«rni Fresh Fruit Salad Plate with Cottage Cheese ......................... Choice of Garden Peas or Corn on Cob MOTHER'S DAY MOTHER'S DAY BUFFET DINNER Adults $1.85 II to 9 P.M. Children $1.25 CHICKEN SOUP A LA REINE RELISH TRAYS IYOUR CHOICE OF ANY ONE OR ALL THREE .ENTREES PLOAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY, Cornbread Dressing Cranberry Sauce and Giblet Gravy BAKED VIRGINIA SUGAR CURED HAM Orange and Raisin Sauce ROAST CHOICE SIRLOIN OF BEEF AU NATURAL Candied Yams -- Creamy Whipped Potatoes -Garden Green Vegetables -- Assorted Vegetable and Gelatin Mold Salads HOT ROLLS, BUTTER AND BEVERAGE FRESH PEACH SHORTCAKE SERVED IN THE IMPERIAL DINING ROOM PHONE MA 4-8151 Reservations in Excess of 4 Appreciated. Choice ofi Baked Potato m phiffv Whiensd * French Fries ams TIDELAND'S EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOE KAUFMAN SUGGESTS You Make Mother Dinner Served 12 Noon to 10 P.M. QUEEN *1 wAffSt* iora DAY Choice: FREE GIFTS* toaH Mothers Sunday May 14 Coconut O»om ft* PESSKT BUFfET Mtwbtrry Pi* p«Kh GatxwK Choice of B«v«rag« 12:00 NOON ON Frtnch f CH4UHKN UNOtH 11 H.CSO uss Bring Mom Into a Baskln-Robbins Ice Cream Store on "Her" day -- she wfll get a free cone ... her choice «f 31 FLAVORS! AT ALL BASKIN-BOBBINS STORES All SI Flavor* Hand Packed! Over 475 Stores CoasMo-Coast BASEIN-ROEBINS I C E C R E A M S T O R E S Tomato Juice - Grapefruit Juice - Cream of Mushroom Soup Fresh Garden Salad Roquefort, Thousand Island;French Dressing Long island Duckling a I'orange-Rice Pilaf Ham Steak with Fresh Pineapple Sauce Young Roast Tom Turkey - Sage Dressing - Brown Gravy Li'l John's Famous Cranberry Sauce i-j ^Q Children Under 10 Candied Yams - Whipped Potatoes - Fresh Mixed Vegetables Hot Dinner Rolls- Country Butter Hot or Iced Tea - Hot or Iced Coffee · Ice Cream Cake Mints. Order from menu If you like (steak, chops, gourmet dishes). Our live MAINE LOBSTER other Seafood Flown in fresh daily. Reservations Suggested - Call Mr. Charles · MM I SfUKLWGIWSICil.,.- CMTMMHB tNTEITAMMENT AND DANCING LAST 3 DAYS The Celebrated I JOHNNY HAMLIN QUARTET featuring Lovely CATHI HAYES Entertaining at the Piano Organ Talented ORLAIN PORTER Returning TIM., May 16th th. "INTERNATIONAL 4" featuring DIANE GEORGE * OUR SPECIALTY * i COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE FOR ALL OCCASIONS /N TUCSON AREA

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