Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on June 6, 1980 · Page 18
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Y ' f I v m i m i i w m mw i m n . i i m m n -p "w " - -: - - "-, ' . - . Friday, June 6, 1980 - Santa Cruz Sentinel 1? Vocal Quintet The Distractions (right), a popular, locally-based a capella quintet, will headline a free dance concert tonight beginning at 9 o'clock in UCSC's Merrill College. The instrument-less Distractions perform originals, jazz and pop standards spanning four decades. Also on the bill will be Mighty .High, a reggae and salsa band from Jamaica. tf ? '5V i''AK' 1 Jazzmen Celebrate xNaptown Reunion' r is (X Max Hartstem. San Lorenzo Valley artist and musician is one of lour jazz players now celebrating their "Naptown Reunion" with a series of three concerts on the Santa Cruz-San Francisco "circuit." Calling themselves the Lee Katzman Quartet, the four will perform Sunday from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the Bach Dynamite and Dancing Society in El Granada. June 14 they will be in Santa Cruz for a 9 p.m. concert at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center, and June 23 they will play at the Keystone Corner, 750 Vallejo in San Francisco. The lour met when they were students at Indiana University in the early '50s hence the "Naptown," or Indianapolis emphasis in their current resurgence. Besides Katzman on trumpet and fluglehorn and Max Hartstein on bass, the quartet features Benny Barth on drums and vibes and Al Plank on piano. Leader Katzman began playing professionally while he was still in high school, sitting in with big bands of Jimmy Dorsey, Gene Krupa and others. Later he performed with greats including Stan Kenton and Benny Goodman, before performing Publishers OK Stallone Photo with the Jazz Casuals in 1956 and migrating to Europe in If"-. Drumer. vibe player Barth has played and recorded with luminaries including Wes Montgoemery, Vince Guaraldi. Joe Venutti, Herb Ellis and Joe Pass. Al Plank toured before coming to San Francisco in 1961. Bsides playing piano, he was musical director for the Playboy Club for more than 10 years, and now performs at the Hvatt Regency with Vince Lateano and Dean Reilly. Max Hartstein is well known locally as the founder of the 25th Century Jazz Ensemble and as an accomplished visual artist. His musical career has included stints with Dexter Gordon, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Shank, Bud Powell and Zoot Sims. Hartstein's drawings illustrate the poster for the Naptown Reunion, and an exhibit of his work will be on display at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center during the performance. NEW YORK (AP) What do you give your mother when her upcoming book features a cover photo of the two of you in bathing suits? Well, Sylvester Stallone sent his mom about 100 pounds of chocolates and nuts in honor of Mother's Day and her new book on beauty. Jacqueline Stallone said the book jacket is expected to be a color photograph of her and the star of the "Rocky" movies in bathing suits. "The publishers gladly accepted the photo I gave them, which is unusual," she told the New York Daily News. "They went wild over it." NEW IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY! OPEN lor Oinnar 3:30-10 p.m. Wad-Sun. Closed Mon., Tu. 4720 Soquel Drive Downtown Soquel 476-3089 (Pea-rosh-kah's) Authentic Hungarian Cuisine CHICKEN PAPRIKA (Csifte paprikas: Chm keh pop-HW-kash) - Chicken cooked in a nch papnka sour cream sauce with homemade spatzle dumplings and a vinegar cucumber salad 6.95 LAO (lah tsee) CREPES - (meatiess) A badibonal Hungarian vegetable crepe with blended cheese sauce served with rice 3.95 plut oltor fflTMS ond horn mod dm i Yv 1 i i aTr tit iWftililiiMlrftonmrtii , ..... - -......v... -.-.r..-.Ji.J.M.,....i. oft 'ltHMUJ.IUUl.HUU.IUI Ill I II I H - II Motion Pictures Plays Catalyst Motion Pictures (above), led by the redoubtable Michael Been, flash into the Catalyst tonight for an evening of hard drivin,' punchy rock 'n' roll. Opening the show will be Portland's delightful I'pepo, and band which combines international rhythms with jazz fusion and rock V roll. Michael Been is well known to local audiences, who have seen him front various Santa Cruz area bands, including Airtight and other incarnations. Tickets will be available at the Catalyst door beginning at 8:45 p.m. Taz Devils In Town Saturday Fl.-KtMIR 7i00.1lS CHINA liSO T. KRMII-ilO-7.00niO) CHHU-liOO-4iS5-tiOS SUN. KtAMia 3iI0-7i00 CHINA It00.4i55-9i05 HI. "IITTU" 7t30-11-20 "fONTT" tilO SAT. "linil" 3;40-7:30-IU0 "F0NTY" 1 ;20.5:20-120 SUM. "UTTLI" 3:40-7:30 "FORTY" 1:20-5:20-4:50 COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS A STANLEY JAFFE PRODUCTION DUSTIN HOFFMAN IN "KRAMER VS. KRAMER" MERYL STREEP JANE ALEXANDER AND ON THE SAME PROGRAM: JACK JANE MICHAEL LEMON FONDA DOUGLAS "THE CHINA SYNDROME" (PG) bargaii MATINEE I IVIIT SAT. 4 SIMM I Til 2:00 PM.J WW 11 . W WW w w R, HII? A PAH AMOUNT ICTUE COPvMOHT ( UCMt XXK v MMAMOUNT P1CIUIVS COAPOnATKM AU RKjHTS HStNVtO "NORTH DALLAS ALSO ON me SAME PROGRAM FORTY" (R) Ufl cm X THIATII tn jooo 1)0! .. FINAL WEEN! MATINEES SATSUN X DOUBLE FEATURE OPEN DAILY X AT 10 A.M. X "DISCO LADY" (X) PLUS "JADE PUSSYCAT" (x) X Marin County rockabilly reggae masters the Tazmanian Devils return to Santa Cruz Saturday night lor a happy-go-lucky dance fete at the Catalyst. Opening for the bouncy Warner Brothers recording artists will be fellow WB rocker D.B. Cooper. The Taz Devils' debut on the Warner Brothers label is a snappy collection of reggae infused dance songs and razor sharp guitar parts. The band has been elevated to hero status in Northern California, where they regularly pack nightclubs, leaving satisfied customers literally squirming on the floor. Advance tickets to all Catalyst shows are available at Cymbaline Records, UCSC Box Office and all BASS outlets (including the Record Factory) as well as the club's door the night of the show. NOW ERUPTING FOR 1 WEEK ONLY! ENDS WEDS. JUNE 11 THE FIRST AMMTAL VOLCAMC FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTED IN VOLCAN ARAMA AND STARRING La Soulrlere! Vesuvius! Mauna Loa! Kilauea! Krakatoa! TWO FULL HOURS OF DEATH DEVASTATION AND DESTRUCTION! This unique program has been assembled in celebration of (he eruption of Mt. St. Helens. Included are: actual newsreels of (he eruption of Mt. Vesuvius; a documentary about (he buried city of Pompeii; a film about the birth of a volcano in Mexico (and the death of a village); a film by Werner llerzog about La Soufriere, a volcano in the Caribbean that has killed thousands (and about the last man on the island, who refused to be evacuated); a look at volcanoes as seen by Hollywood in their pre-vues to assorted spectaculars; a film about volcano superstar Krakatoa, the biggest explosion in the history of mankind. 36,000 people killed and an island blown off the face of the Earth. If you liked St. Helens, you'll love krakatoa! SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION FREE WITH ADMISSION! Your own container of Ml. St. Helens volcanic ash Just Imported from Moses Lake in the state of Washington. Group Rates for Schools Available Nightly al 7:2019:25 'NICKELODEON Call 426-7507 Early Show Sunday al 5:10 STARTING NEXT THURSDAY MGM'S FABULOUS FOUR iUNI 11-13, D IHIVAGO JUNI 14-IB, (TAN'S DAUGHTER JUNI 19-13. OONI WITH THI WIND JUNI 26-jUlr 2. 2001, SPACI ODTSSIY NICKELODEON United Artists . FRI 7.00-9:15 SAT SUN 130-3.45-7i00-9:15 FINAL IVEEKf MATINEES DAILY! WE DARE YOU fYm3 S9 TO DISCOVER ... , rrM 'Legacy. wi'V?'-' A UNIVERSAL PICTURE IA8CAIII WATIMHS MOM-THUB 'Til 5 P.M. J FINAL WEEK! MATINEES DAILY! Ar- An wit it .mi sjtT pETER SELLERS P CU angups 3T SHIRLEY MacLAINE 1 Ar. 9 TJTPTTvTn. Hilarious! THERE S ll&'V . United ArtLU ItSil IIIQUUK" HI "BEING" 1i00.5:00-:00 "MAUDI" 3:20-7:20 ARCAIN MATINEES MON-THUR 'Til 5 P.M. WrY'' K FARRAH jHawMtaHMRaMi 1 niivh i ej CINEMAS 4-i)ii iss nw ii u NOW PLAYING! MATINEES SATSUN KIRK TR1SH DOUGLAS VAN UEVERE P GEORGE C SCOTT SATURN sCtVSNG&UWG, FRI "SATURN" 7:30 "CHANCE" 9:30 SATSUN "SATURN" 3:30-7:30 "CHANCHWC" 1s30-5t 30-9:30 MVST END SOON! MATINEES SATSUN! 1 mi J TV MCQUEEN A UAfA AAUAUu Based on the True Story mi 1i0 STARTS TODAY! MATINEES DAILY! GOLDEN HARVEST PRESENTS A RAYMOND DM fTOUCIIOd Ad MIC RLH "NIGHT GAMES" m PICKETT BARRY PRMJS MM CASStDY PAUL1W ,iffl . AVCO EMBASSY f. PICTURES RlaM C AVCl) IMRABSV fHCIUHS COUP g . r. ni t if m a i ik ri i t wm wm k K 'Vg I "r"Jjiyi' ------ - - 1 1 dsMOTfclJ wil H w. .fcfrU I FRIDAY "HORN" 9:00 "DOCS" 7:00 I rm KJ(P(;tSII SATSUN KflDM ' 1 .00. .O.O.flO B M V "DOCS" 3:00-7:00 jff A SCRIENS 4D-0616 1 J MATINEES DAILY Ufl OH TV SCRIENS 47J-0616 PACIFIC AVENUf MATINEES DAILY ktfftM n . m I mm iric who started it all... .4 . - m. - i -t 1 t'fJf' 't If & rv " - BARCAIN MATINEES M0N-THUR 'TIL 5 P.M. S& js- MAD MilGAZiraS PRESENTS DAILT 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:30-9:30 BARCAIN MATINEES M0N-TKUR 'TIL 5 P.M. EI I? TOE AC ADsrjrir A MARVIN WORTHDANTON RISSNER Production "UP THE ACADEMY" Produced by MARVIN WORTH and DANTON RISSNER Written by TOM PATCHETT & JAY TARSES Executive Producer BERNIE BRIUSTEIN Directed by ROBERT DOWNEY imnavision" iv -r..-. I . . 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