Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 13, 1967 · Page 33
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 33

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, May 13, 1967
Page 33
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Inside The Music Center, After CITIZEN PHOTO BY BILL HOPKINS New Look At Music Center For the first time in ts 40 years, the auditorium at the Tucson Music Center has been given a. fresh coat of paint. And it is no ordinary paint either, but contains a special acoustical ingredient. A few years back, the exterior of the building, at 330 S. Scott Ave., was spruced up as the first step in a long- range program to bring an early Tucson cultural pride and joy more up-to-date. Other current projects in the new look include a gold carpet to match the gold accents of the paint job in the 923-seat theater. A new roof gives the beautification some much-needed protection. Scheduled for the future are new seats to replace the well-worn and familiar brown ones, many of which still retain the name plates of the original season ticket holders and founders of the Saturday Morning Musical Club, which owns and operates the building. Formerly called the Temple of Music and Art, the theater was given to the club by Tucson pioneer Alexander Berger. It was dedicated in October, 1927, and the first sched- uled event was a concert on October 28 by violinist Jascha Heifetz. The building was renamed the Tucson Music Center when the current modernization and beautification program was started four years ago. "The Tucson Music Center is now in remarkably good condition," Albert Goorwitch, president of the Saturday Morning Musical Club, states, "and it will have an even greater influence on the community as one of the few t o p professional theater houses in the Southwest." Inside The Music Center, Before Tucson's Newest... . Arizona's Finest ..* s$$£?- ii ^ff -- M aztec inn is proud to offer: 94 spacious rooms suites decorated in a Spanish motif . . . Huge swimming pool . . . health club sauna . . . walking to 36 hole golf course tennis courts and El Con Shopping , , . with cocktails dining in our palatiol MAXIMILIAN ROOM 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily and our world famous SUNDAY BRUNCHEON 11 a.m. till 3 p.m. for reservations c a l l . . . 795-0330 10 2 North Aivernon Way for business or pleasure join the "INN" group (OFF£E HOUSE OPEN 2 Houii M t O I H t U N E A H I0« O P E H F O t l U N C K 11:30-2:30 sovefceicjns There ii no Subititute tor 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 5353 Easl Broadway Register at Door -Winners will be published in next week's ad. Reservations Suggested 793-9384 DAILY OPEN AT 2:OO P.M. CLOSED MONDAYS ONE OF TUCSON'S FINEST ADULT SHOW LOUNGES Brings another Louis Prlma and Keeley Smith IN THE FORM OF THE FAMOUS BROOKS and COMPANY COCKTAILS DANCING 3 \ 43 E. SPEEDWAY % Blok E. of Country Club 9:0 ° * 0:3 ° * 2:0 ° FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 327-5024 *» · · · » · · · · · · · · « · · · « · « · · · · · « · · · · · · · · « · · · · * · Entertainment starts at 8:30 No Cover CSarg* 3 Shows Nitely Plan to Join Us For Mother's Day Dinners Portions For Children ... Half Price · Epicure · Diner's Club · Valley Bank * Carte Blanche · American Express "You'll Be Clad You Came" From $140 Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a la Carle From 6 a.m. to 1 : J5 a.m. VAUGHANS \ m p l e P a r k i n g Space Since 1946 " C o n s i s l e n l l y si 107 n. stone ph. ma 3 - 8 8 3 2 TACK ROOM ELEGANT DINING Serving Mother's Dery Dinner I -9 P.M. SUNDAY, MAY 14 Reservations: Phone 298-2351 RANCHO DEL RIO SABINO CANYON ROAD SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1967 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN PAGE 7

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