T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY. KAaCM I* THE GIRLS "Oh, dear, I'm tfraid it's the little figgy *gam that went to market" IN NEW JERSEY Knife Siayings, Battle Leave 5 Dead ORANGE, NJ. --Â«J-- A double slaying and a gun battle within 10 hours yesterday left five persons dead, including a policeman and a new-born child. The slain victims left nine children. The policeman, who joined voluntarily in the siege of the suspect whiie off-duty, was the father of two ~~ teen-agers. Police said Sgt. Herman Pec- carelli, 42, was shot in the head by Samuel Adams Stout as the officer was about to throw a tear gas grenade Into a house where Stout had taken refuge. Peecarelli died later in z hospital Stout, who lives in nearby. Newark where the slayings were committed, was shot to death by police less than half an hour after Peecarelli was wounded. Stout was wanted hi the knife slayings of David Devose, 35, and his pregnant wife, Hildegarde, 30, yesterday. Their FOR SAFETY AND PRICING Rules On Tires Offered son, Maurice, 12, also was knifed by the assailant and is hospitalized. Newark police said an argument flared in Stout's apartment while he was talking to Mr. and Mrs. Devose about buying their car. Stout's 81- year-old mother was present. Stout, grabbed according a kitchen to police, knife and slashed Devose and his son. The family retreated to the street but the assailant followed and stabbed Mrs. Devose also. Shortly after Mrs. Devose's death, doctors delivered her baby by caesarian section but the child, a girl, died. Stout returned to his apartment but when police arrived he fled to .a neighbor's apartment in nearby Orange. SHOW SCHEDULE ..A*Â« r . w--Â· I- pMU-J-M* 'fauna CHIMM*r--*:M; Mo*d *r* BUck Lace 10:M; Flwhi MM) Iftt WemÂ»n-12:U. Â·CACTUS: Tht Hwoft of TÂ«ltmÂ»rK-- 7:07, 11:Â»; GunmÂ«n oÂ» ttw Rto CrÂ«ndÂ» --Â»:*. CATALINA: SMMd * Mink--H orderly Ontarte--*:Â» Â·RODCO: Low* Â·* KJMM 7:Â» O- clnnÂ«Â« KW-MM,- 1*crÂ«t ft My SM- C*s*-11:0Â». Â·22nd STMKT: MM lrÂ«Â« 7:1* lltMl Wh*ra Ml* MM A*Â»-r.lÂ». Â·--Dffefelft KMHtiTi. Ciniin*-7:iÂ» Â»:Â». Â·MIDWAY: Lord Love *. Duck--1:9f, Tl; Th* Money TrÂ»Â»--Â»:2t Â·MIRACCE: Our Man Fllnt-7:OS, FÂ«tt Is tht HUntÂ«r-Â»:li. PLAZA: El OÂ»lk CÂ»torÂ»*)-l:15, stag* show--S:OS. Â·PRINCE: Wlnfllt the .Pooh-7:07, Usriy DÂ«chÂ»hund--7:30. 11:M; WASHINGTON-Â«-The Fed-, It said guarantee practices era! Trade Commission has proposed minimum standards for car tires, saying an investigation showed clearly existing voluntary standards "are inadequate to insure the American public of safe automobile tires." the FTC outlined proposals for tire safety and grading yesterday and gave the industry until April 24 to comment on t h e m . It said the proposed guidelines are considered stopgap measures until Congress can approve permanent federal standards. . The FTC also proposed stiffer guidelines for advertising auto fee prices and said 'they will take effect in flO days. To enforce them, it said the FTC staff iffl monitor advertising and seek c i v i l penalties unless changes are noted after W days. and the lack of an industrywide system of : tire grading contribute to customer deception. "The commission is convinced that there is a need for mandatory minimum standards and a system of tire grading," the FTC said, "The materials developed (during an investigation lasting more than a year) indicate clearly that existing voluntary safety standards, even as recently revised, are inadequate to insure the American public of safe automobile tires." It said more than 1,000 different brands are sold in the United States and the consumer "has no means of accurately comparing fhe relative grade or safety of these products and accordingly is unable to make an informed and intelligent purchase." In its proposed guidelines, which are not yet in final form, the FTC proposed: --Disclosure of load-carrying capacity of tires based on actual tests with written results available for customer inspection. --Representations of t i r e grade or line should be accompanied by disclaimers that no accepted quality standard system exists. --Prohibition of the expression "ply" rating 'and requirement that actual ply count be disclosed. --Restriction of the use of the term "new tread" CiflipLAZA CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Heath plant. Â« Wdl-lownm Broad-nay name. 23 Relating tÂ» the stage.' 14 Cross: 2 worth. 15 CampaalM Â·Â£ tvrai. 16 "Beloved Mine, Gadt'a Â«riÂ«: 2 words. Â·* 17 Medleys. 18 Sontk African writer. Â» MowgBV python. 20 Reel's compinion. 21 Memorable opera star. 22 Caused to ge Â·23 Century. 24 Embark: 2 -perils, Â· 27 Full of Tim: Colloq. 29 St. Augustine's mother. 32 Milady's date, 33 Tomorrow: Sp. 35 Frightening aspect. 37 Involving heredity. 38 Italian army officer. 40 Soul: Fr. 41 doth of gold. 44 Slug. 45 DoOy. 46 Oriental fitfc. 47 Opportunity. 49 Australian marsupiil, SI Surprised exclunstion: 2 words. SS Dickew character. 54 YiweiOMi, . 55 One derated M monastic life. 56 Went through 10 Summon. : 11 Gift new courage to. 12 Delight. 13 Safekeeping. 14 Alarm. 18 Rather slow. 21 Red Cross name. 22 Thorn. 24 Pomme de __ 25 Commonplace. ' 26 Silly. X Eat Md eat Â«* eat .-. 30 Boat witk twin hulk Rvsita Arenas "DIGS SABRA JUZGARNOS" Also in Lovely Color "EL GALLO COLORADO" Miguel Aceves Mejia -APWlrtphot* Policeman Injured Patrolman Sahrttore Pizzo gets treatment for a* injured hand after smashing through a window to shoot it out with a slayer ift Orange, N.J. LEGAL NOTICE tread" tires. retreaded or snow used YESTERDAY'S ANSWER quickly: 2 words. 31 Beastly nature. 57 Undersized: Colloq. DOWN 1 Student of environments. 2 Domicile. 3 many words: 2 words. . companies: Amur. 5 AccoanU: Abbr. 6 Form of governmental controL 7 Man of die hour. 8 Supported by. 9 vivant 34 Cellulose fabric. 36 Gain by legal process. 37 Stare. 39 Lassoed, 41 Trunwn.'Â« birthplace. 42 Guam's capital 43 the street: \ 2 words. 47 Wend or SerB. 48 Quote as * precedent. 49 Honshu port. 50 term in i'eraldry. 52 I love: Lat 53 Staccato mark. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ffmt sealed proposals will be received by the !Â£^%^ 0 c r e S Ae PI S!r^^ o^Wav^h^mvrr^s ,^^e h ^^ a ; 0 e :M ofÂ°^o^irra scribed bonds of P!mÂ» County, Arizona,. $4,200,000 principal amount of bonds of. Pima County, Arizona, of an authorized \ssue of bonds designated Various-Purpose Noneallable General Obligation Bonds, Prolect of IWS, IB the total aggregate principal frnount .of $n.SjÂ».m the bonds herein offered for *Â»lf*nÂ»llÂ«} designated Series No. 1 (1M4), shall consist of MO bohds in the denomination, of JS,OM each, dated April I, VHf, and; shall mature on the first, day of June In each of the years 19M to Â»73, Inclusive, asfo " ows: Principal Year Amount 1968 $700,000, 19*0 700,000 1970 700,000 1971 700,000 Alfof the bonds, of this series are non- callable and shall bear Interest from their date to the maturity of each of the bonds at a rate of not to exceed 4%% per annum, payable on December 1,19M and serol-annually thereafter on the first day of June and ttie first day of December of aach year during the term of each of S- /-Â«.Â« WE SERVICE REFRIGERATION and SWAMP COOLERS Pads--Pumps--Tubing Quick Service 705 E. BROADWAY Phone MA. 3-3772 SERVING TUCSON OVER 35 YEARS Also Plumbing Heating LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE On February 23, 1J44, there was tendered for filing with the Federal Communications Commission an application for consent to the transfer of control of Tucson Radio, Inc., licensee of radio station KEVT, Tucson, Arizona, operating on 690 kilocycles, from Peter and Linn Trowbrldse to Alvln L. Korngold. The officers, directors, and stockholders of Tucson Radio, Inc. are Peter and Linn Trow- brldge, Carlos Thomason, Peter. O'Crotty, and Janette Coughenour. A copy of the application is on file for public Inspection at 400 N. Shawnee, Tucson, Arizona. Publish: March 4, S, 8, 10, 1966 NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVER that sealed bids will be received in me office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2355 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, up to 10:00 a.m., April 20, 1966, MAC6UT"ipAL*SJJPPUEr' ,,. . To furnish Pima County with Drugs and Pharmaceutical Supplies for the Pima County General Hospital, for a one (1) year period, beginning July 1, 1964 to and including June 30, 1967, as per specifications called for by Pima County. Open- Ing of the Bid B-No. 2532 will be at 10:00 a.m., April 20, 1W in the office " " Pit OF PAYMENT: Principal and Interest are payable Â»t the office of fhe Treasurer of Pima County at Tucson, A R I EG^STRATION: Coupon bonds will be Issued by the county. Such bonds we reglstrable as to principal only. ELECTION: These bonds were authorized to be Issued pursuant to an election, held in the County of Pima, Arizona, on January 18, 1944, by a vote of a majority of the real property taxpayers of the county, who were also In all respects qualified electors voting at the election. SECURITY: Bonds of the total Issue, designated Project of 1944, of which these, Series No. 1 (1964) bonds are a part, are general obligation bonds and are designated Various-Purpose bonds. Both principal of and interest on these bonds are payable from an unlimited annual Â»d valorem tax levied against all of the taxable property in Plrna County, Arizona, when Issued, under the provisions of Title 35, Chapter 3, Article 3, Arizona Revised Statutes and all amendments th TAX' EXEMPT STATUS: In the event that prtor to the delivery of these bonds the Income received by private holders from bonds of the. same type and. char-. acter shall be declared to be taxable under any Federal Income Tax Laws, either by the terms of such laws ,or by a rullna of a Federal Income Tax Authority or 'official which Is followed by the Bureau of Infernal Revenue, or by decision of any Federal Court, the successful bidder may at his option, prior to the tender of the bonds by the county, be relieved of his obligation under the contract to purchase the bonds, and in such case the deposit accompanying Ms bid will be returned. LEGAL OPINION: The leqal opinion of Gust, Rosenfeld and Dlvelbess of Phoenix, Arizona, approving the validity of the bonds as secured In the manner described" above, will be furnished to the successful bidder without charge. . ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Copies. of thÂ» Notice of Sale and Proposal for Purchase and of the Official Statement relating to the bonds, will be furnished to any bidder upon request made to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Pima County at Tucson, Arizona, or Goodbody Co., or Woodward Zuber, of Tucson, Arizona. INTEREST RATES: Bidders are to: name the rate or rates of Interest bonds. of this series are to bear not exceeding 4Va% per annum, expressed In multiples of '/B or 1/20 of 1%, and the difference between the highest and lowest Interest rates named shall not exceed l'/2%. Such rate or rates of interest shall be represented by a single coupon for each semiannual interest payment date attached to each of the bonds, evidencing Interest from date of the bonds to the maturity of each of the bonds, and all bonds matur- !nq on the same date shall bear the same rate of Interest. No bid offering to cancel Interest coupons, nor for less than the par value of the bonds, together with accrued Interest from date of the bonds to the date of delivery of the bonds to the purchaser will be considered. AWARD: The Board of Supervisors of. Pima County, Arizona, will meet In the chambers of the Board In the Phoenix Title Trust Company building In Tucson, Arizona, on the above date and hour for the purpose of considering all bids received and of talcing such action thereon as may be deemed advisable, reserving the riaht in their discretion to relect any and all bids received and to waive any Irregularity or informality in the bids. The bonds will be awarded to the bidder whose proposal results in the lowest net Interest cost to the county and the net interest cost will be determined by com- LET'S GO WHERE THE ACTION IS MONTEREY RECREATION CENTER 5*15 E. SPEEDWAY 278-33M Bowllri* . Ice Sfcalln* . Dancing Billiards . Coffee Shop . Cocktail* iOMI IIIINd O( Stll THEfcv rtHY ll\.MIKTII Mil'KIM . Caruso s v. ^^ 'MllfONYMUinM VVO \ Â· HSt'M II II.IAN KtMM'HAM 434 N. 4TH AVE. MA 2-96^7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received In the office of the Pima County Purchaslns Asent, 2M5 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, UP to 10:00 a.m., March 18, 1964, for ttie following: BIO B-1S34-- COVER MATERIAL FOR BITUMINOUS SURFACE To furnish Pima County Hlshway Department with Cover Material or Bituminous Surface Â«s per specifications called for by Pima County. Opening of the Bid B-M34 will be at 10:00 a.m., March 18, 19M, In the office of the Plrna Counlv Purchaslna Asent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, c c s t o t h e aforesaid bid may be procured from the office of ihS plma"ounty Purchwlns .Asent, 28S5 tuff ent Bid and ceptsble W sle to the Board . e Board of an*rvl*cr( BY ORPER UT day f th* Board March, 19M. of lme LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received In the office of the Pima County Purchasing Apent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona up to 10:00 a.m., March 11,19" .Â«Â°r the following: BID B-2533-SPORTING GOODS EQUIPMENT. To furnish Pima County Recreation Department with Sporting Goods Equipment as per specifications called for by Pima County. Opening Of the Bid B-2S33 will be at 10:00 a.m., March 11, 1946 In the office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South tth Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to the aforesaid bid may be procured from the office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. ..Bidder shall be required to furnish a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. , The Boird of Supervisors reserves the right to relect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities In the bids .-.., Â»..,,., . ,r- Â·Â· -.-r I ' W Ml ' I IV V I 1 I * - V of the Pima County Purchasing AsenÂ». 28S5 South 8th Avenue. Tucson, Arizona. Specifications realting to the aforesaid bid may be procured from the office of I the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be required to furnish a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to relect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or informalities In the bids Â° r DONE n9 BY ORDER Of the Board of Supervisors this 25th day of February, 19AA THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Bp3rd of Supervisors Pima County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Dally Citizen March 3, 4, S. 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, 12 and 14 19M. puting the aaaregate amount of interest payable on the bonds from their date to their respective maturities and by deducting from such aggregate amount the premium offered, If any. BID CHECK: All bids for the purchase of the bonds must be accompanied by. a certified check drawn on a bank doing business in the State of Arizona, In an amount at least equal to 2% of the par value of the bonds, payable to the order of the County Treasurer of Pima County, Arizona, to guarantee performance of such bid. The check of the successful bidder snail be retaine* by the county and forfeited In Itte event the bidder does not take up and pay for the bonds Immediately upon their Issuance, as liquidated damaoes. Checks of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned upon the award of the bonds. No Interest will be paid upon the deposit made by the ORDER of tht Board o? Supervrsors'thls Mth day of February, THOMAS S. JAY/ Chairmen Board of Supervisors Pima County, Arizona Tucson Dally Citizen, Fcbru- March 1, J, 3. 4 5, 7, t, PUBLISH Â«ry 26, 9 Â»nd 10, 1M4. NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received in the office of the Pima County Purchasing Asent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona up to 1:00 a.m., March 23, 196S for the B 0 l l D W B. 9 i2535-MeTAt OFFICE DESKS To furnish Pima County Finance Department with Metal Office Desks and TaOfes, as per specifications called for by Pima County. Opening of the Bid B- S2535 will be at 10:00 a.m.. March 23, 1964 in the office of the Pima County Purchaslna Aoent, 2655 South 8th Avenue. T catloÂ°nt relating to the Moresaid bid may be procured from the office of ttie Pima County Purchasing Asent, 2Â»55 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall b* required to furnish Â« Bid and Performance Bond t i i c o n iccep able to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the riant to relect any or 8)1 bids for any reason whafsoev.r or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities in the bids or DONE 8 ' BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisofs this 7m day of March, 1964. aul ^ THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors Pima County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Daily Citizen March 10, II, 12 U, 15, )6, W 18 19 and 21, 19M. ,,, -RYt'AII of the bonds of this series will be delivered to the successful bidder aqainst payment In Federal Reserve Funds at a bank In the City of Tucson as soon as they can be pnnted and executed, which is expected to be within forty days from the date of sale. The cost cf the printing of ttie bonds will be borne by Pima County. In the event any litigation shall ensue prior to delivery of the bonds X) the successful bidder such bidder shal. have the right to withdraw his bid and recover his good faith check accompanying such bid. There Is no litigation now pending nor to the knowledge of the undersigned Is any litigation threatened affecting the validity of the above described bonds. ISSUANCE OF ADDITIONAL BONDS: Pima County. Arizona, has remaining unsold bonds In the principal amount of $7,640,000 of the total authorized Issue of bonds In the principal amount of $11,860.000 but does not plan to authorize or sell any additional series of bonds during the six months' period succeeding the date of sale of this series of bonds. NON - LITIGATION CERTIFICATE: Pima County will furnish fo the successful bidder i non-lltlqation certificate certifying that there Is no controversy or litigation pending or threatened concern Irxj th* validity of the above bonds, the corporate existence of the county or the title or the officers thereof to their respective offices. Dated: March 7, IMS. /S/ RLSA B. HANNA Clerk, Boan) of Supervisors of Pima County, Arizona p S ulllsh: March 10,17, 24 Â«nd SI, 1M* Night] Enjoy the iickety-split action: of greyhound" racing. 11-Race program Wed. thru Sun. 8 P.M. Admission 500, Clubhouse 5Q)i extra. Psri-Mutuel Wagering: Daily Double, Quiniela, "Big Q." TUCSON GREYHOUND S. 4th Ave. at 36th St. Reservations 6JX-2551 PARK FISH SANDWICH FRIDAY ONLY CHEÂ«Â«r BOSTON CREAM PIE 'COUNTY FAIR International' Restaurant 5570 E. 22nd St. AT CRAYCROFT NEOME BACK POPULAR DEMAND TONY THOMAS and the TARTANS featuring 11:00 f* This to a working mu's meal! Also: Wed., Tfar*., Friday 4:30 Mt( 1:00 Ow Ohm**, Children .00 Alto: Our 14 mtaurinh Â·" Â«iwayt SUE CH1LDS awaittw- yww . Â»lÂ»mrÂ«l Tit* Dntst Â· food MltctiM. Â·nywtMT*. COUNTY FAIR International Rwtauraat. 5570 E. 22nd St. Houn-H:* tÂ» l:tÂ», 11:it I* Â»:M Sat. CloM* Mimtoys. AT 8 E M . ITH RECORD MONTH Â£ radiance T O M F G H T AWAftD NOMtNATrONS BestPfctore Bint Actress BMt Actress Â«Â· Now In Its Final Weeks) 3330 N. CAMPMEIL 3 Fox WEST COAST iHffifp^ Free Parkbqi Afttc 11JL Opea 12:4* PJL Dmlly. Perch, Rice, Bavarian BeaÂ» Salad, Cole Slaw with German Dressing, Delicious Homemade Tartar Sauce, ill V ft i| fan Fflf Fdday $125 Rolls Butter All IUU WH EQI s t o9 * Â· D B A II LJ/MICC 849S Â£. Broadway Â· AX M592 bKAU nUU5E Beer and Cocktails AUTHENTIC GERMAN FOOD STEAKS Your Hosts: Ralph and Arigifr Call 622-3078 STEAKS--CHieKEW-rrALIAN FOOD Tucson's Most Famow Name IB SEA FOOD 'Every thing from Abalone to Zword- fish! Try Us! You'll Be Glad You, Did! RANCHO Del LflfiO On VaÂ« RAUffitesNo. e Benson ffiway-CLOSED MONDAYS BILL OSBORN AT THE PIANO BAR FRIDAY SPECIAL Macaroni Cheese Stewed Tomatoes, Roll or Muffin, Coffee or Tea.... LOBSTER TAILS. ..$1.4* 75* 1145 N. ALVIRNON N. OF SPEEDWAY Sun. * Holiday 11:30 to 1:00 THE FAMILY F!UN PLACE "Whtri Piiu I* ALWAYS in OM Paulos' CLIFF HOUSE 5828 N. ORACLE RO. NOW OPEN for Luncheons and Dinners From 11 A.M. to 1 A.M. Catering to Private Parties From Â»to 10Â» Cloied Mondiy ' DAKCING NIGHTLY to ANDRE PHH. Phone 297-2201 or 297-2M2 for Reservations _ . --____j^Â«^^^^^ NOW-ANOTHER GREAT SHOW the PAUL DINO 4 SHOWS NIGHTLY 8-9:30-10:45-12 Show DIRECT FROM Las Vegas Restaurant' Lounge m BENSON HIGHWAY (on the Freeway) RESERVATIONS: Â«2444Â«1 Opea7Nighta:AWeek 22nd ST In lucspn. they !pell Good ?ouu vuiih "Â« ' ' Â· Kirk. DtMtM - "H1ROM, MEXICAN AND ITALIAN FOODS "TOPLESS SHOW THE BODY SHOP Featurinz JERRY and JOlffJNY Wfto- Make TlÂ» "GO GO GIRLS" Go With the HOTTEST Beat in Town COORS AND FALSTAFF ON TAP 2028 S. CRAYCROFT ADULTS ONtY NO COVER--NO MINIMUM _ r ecfaf liuncfieon Menu. Starring at 80* Served Evary Day 12 to 4 PM COCKTAIL HOUR 4 TQ 7 P.Mi IN' the MARGARITA ROOM Tucson's Most Beautiful CodrtaB Lounge, Complimentary iors d'oeuvres, All Popular Drinks Speciafly Prtesd OPEN EVERY DAY MFootf Prepare* To Carry Out Carte Blanche Â· American' Kcpress. Cards" Paintings on display in Rock Room by: Marco Murolo PHONE 298-6241 Â· 5632 E. SPEEDWAY BLVD. All YOU CAN EATT 5:00 t O R to 8:00 IÂ«W ROBERTS SMORGASBORD lunch to 11 ^. 1-M Dinner Sunday Dinner iSfftS? 1-50 Drinks and Dessert Extra--Children's Prices Home Baked Rolls and Pastry Open Daily Menu Changed Daily T282 W. Prince (Flowing We/Is Plaza) 622-6511 Tonight's Feature SONGS B Y . . . Mono Clark IN THE CARRIAGE ROOM Â· s SHOWS NIGHTLY Â· PLUS - MICKEY GRECO TRIO HiWay House 1601 Miracle Mile 624-8541 George and Emily Jacob Announce The Opening of The. Palomino Steak House Cocktail Lounge Serving The FINEST in BEEF and SEAFOOD- Prepared by Chef ALGERBER Dinners Served from 5' P.M. to T2 A.M. Music Nightly in Our Piano Bar Tlie Cocktail Lounge Featuring NORMAN SALOT EARNEST ANTHONY Your Master Mixologists of Favorite Potables From 11 A.M, to 1 A.M. "OUNMAH OlÂ« McDwuM AT.uirtS.-WiW; "LORD LOVI A DUCK^ , v ; lii cÂ»Â«tf : Â· Â· , ChWTM Ml--Â«Â· ...v-: 1 ' Witt' Dbtwr^v ^THB UCI.Y/ Mf Mr IHUNK' riÂ»"fHHtMrm:rao^" Itrrj, Lmi*. "THI. OltORMRkT. ' For Reservations- Ph. 325-0413 CORNER SWAN EAST FT. LOWELL * FMTUMS - $1 JÂ« CARLO** . ' . H*Mir Â»lKkmM"tiCRKT: OF MY SUCCESS" MdÂ«NtlÂ»M "UÂ«VÂ« AHD KISSISf' ..'Â·Â·'' Â»FBATURÂ» ~ Atfvtt bifa , . C^nWWH n . - . "ILOOD-ANP HACK UWT^ NICK AÂ«irm "YOUHft D1LUIMOBR "WAR IS HKLL" oin..inÂ«*rttÂ«r, "FLISH AND THI; WOMAN" $2.95 Friday Sea Food Buffet Jamboree $2.95 LENTEN SPECIAL--SERVING. 6PM TO 9PM , STEAMING CLAM BISQUE Assorted Gelatin Fruit A Veg. Salads, Garden Green Salad HERRING A SOUR CREAM--Lex t Cream Cheem ICED GUAYMAS SHRIMP BOWL Red Snapper--Poacher*In Whm Sawce--Grab Cakes* to Mwyitnti At'cTngr^s WHOLE BAKED PLANKED SEA TROUT Alaska King Crab Legs -- Sea Food Au Sratin -- Golden Brown French FriÂ« ROLLS -- BUTTER -- BEVERAGE -- CRiMSDI MINT PARFAIT RESERVATIONS APPRECIATED -- MA 4-8151 '4.
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