Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 5, 1973 · Page 16
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 16

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, February 5, 1973
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PAGE 16 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1973 Sue Giles about ttmn Casino-gQers put hearts into Mrs. Daniel Jacob fits dealer's vest for Dr. Adlb :,; ".". Sabbagh. ' . ; . ' . ' . . , ' ' ... Mrs. William Butcher The only jokers in the crowd were the ones hanging from the ceiling.. Everyone · else seemed to have a wonderful time Saturday night at the Casino du Coeur, 1973. A casino atmosphere prevailed at the Tucson Woman's Club, where dangling cardboard jokers greeted guests as they arrived for dinner. The French cuisine was marvelous -- Chicken Marengo, Beef Bourguignon, beans aman- dine, tomato aspic, and French pastries, to name a few. In the center of the buffet table Was a large ice-carved heart, to remind everyone that the purpose of the evening was to raise funds to support the Southern Arizona Heart Association in its program of research, education and community service in the field of cardiovascular disease. Each of the red-clothed tables was decorated with larger dice, '· from which spades,'' ; hearts, clubs and diamonds sprung forth. A dance area in: Dealer Annie Johnson Gaming enthusiasts Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen Frank Melone the center of the room lured several party-goers to do some fancy steps to the music of Tony Pellegrino and the Four Tones. But most of the action was in the "casino," where gaming was i in full swing. (No money was used -- just-play chips which could be used for prizes). The spirit of the evening seemed to be "Let's have fun, fun, fun!" With cigarette smoke curling above, guests sat at various tables and sipped drinks as they joined in the gaming. Volunteer dealers, both male and female, were decked with nifty outfits -- red felt vests for the,men, and red felt aprons with the heart emblem for the ladies. The casino--was jammed. · Some people wandered about;' ·surveying the scene; others watched over the shoulders of ; guests at blackjack tables; ; still others joined in the fun at the ehuck-a-luck tables or what have you. Croupiers did their job, luring guests .to various attractions. Gordon Lutz, Warren Bosse and Helen Sempkowski .worked hard behind a chuck- a-luck table; Bob Gustafson, Howard-Franks and Bart Marshall were but three of the many good-natured blackjack dealers. Jean Griswold watched over ' her husband George's shoulder while he played blackjack; Bill and Mae Dftdce took on a blackjack table together; Frank Melone supervised the action at the dice table which he constructed; pretty Annie : Johnson made a youthful, attractive "dealer." ' Many, guests came, in clothes which they considered appropriate casino attire. Some men, such as Virgil Hancock, , Christopher Maloney and Dick Sanderson, wore tuxedos. .Women /wore wme^wnash- 'irig outfits -- Gilda Howard in a: long tangerine dress and beautiful gold necklace with ivory stones; Carolyn Parsons in a coordinated palazzo pants outfit; Laura O'Brien in a gorgeous multicolored'· long sequin gown; Anne Parker in a .colorful long print Mrs. Virgil Hancock lets dice roll at Casino du Coeur Citizen Photos . by Joan Rennick great trade-in sale Today, bring in your old wig. We'll give you $10 for it -- in exchange for a new-look Tousle Top or Piper, or a choice of 3 other styles not shown. All cap-free, styled for instant glamour. Easy-care modacrylic fiber. All natural shades, greys, frosteds. Reg. $25, now -- with trade-in, $1 5. (Offer good 1 week only. All trade-ins will be destroyed.) downtown only look inside STEINFELD'S Oiekt 410 South Country Club Rd . . . Between Bdw'y 22nd St. Phone 793-0401 , . . Houri: Mon.-Fri. 9-6 . . . Sat. 9:5:30 WOW this is 0 SALE FANTASTIC... UNREAL.,. BELOW MFC'S COST REDUCTIONS Long Dresses Casual Cocktail Dresses Ensembles Suits Velvet Blazers Pants Suits Robes Don't mhs it price El Con Consolidation Sale We've put it all together at El Con! ... All sale groups of our famous brand, ladies' shoes. Hundreds of pairs, lots of colors. Including Naturalizers, Jacqueline, Corelii, Finessa,. DeLiso Debs, Rosina Ferragamo Schiavoni, and more. Values to $42, now 4.99-20.99 shot §a!on/ *I con only look inside STEINFELD'S

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