Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 66
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 66

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 4, 1969
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ALL Warner* Robards shun interviews By THOMAS I AAMMM^ AffVCNUNi I. MOWWW APACHE Id Wanwf, a who hates America, and Jason Robards, who J«^ the nftie wiy about ifltefWftws, completed a movie here last week in which the food guy gets killed la the end, Rounding out the cast filming indoor scenes of "The Ballad ol Cable Hogue" at Ap«ch- eland it Stella Stevens, better known to gttters at Playboy's centerfold than horse opera fans. CABLE HOGUE, played by Robards, is a flinty, self-reliant prospector who finds himself a waterhole In the desert near a stage route, something better than a gold mine, Playing with Robards In the Warner Bros, production are Warner, a not-so-well-known Englishman, and Miss Stevens, who normally plays comedienne parts. "Interview? I never give interviews. . .not even when I'm in Broadway plays," said the bearded Robards; But he admitted he was intrigued by the Superstition Mountains which loom above the movie site. "I'VE GOT to get out and see more of Arizona," he said. •Tve only been here twice, you know." Explaining his reluctance to talk to reporters, Robards said he doesn't like it. "Some people need that sort of thing . . .It gives them confidence. Me? I don't need it." American, audiences may The Arizona Republic 39 Pkoenlt, Fri, April 4,1969 fecognize Warner for his role In "Morgan" with Vanessa Itedgrave, or as the younger brother in "Tom Jones." "1 HATE THIS country, so does my wife," grunted Warner, chewing on a cold cigar. "I don't care for movie making, especially American." "How do I like Arizona? My room Is very nice," Warner laughed. "Your tourists ire right about one thing. . .your country is bigger than ours. But quantity dosen't always make quality." "There's supposed to be freedom here, but there really isn't. Why are you Yanks all so violent?" EXECUTIVE producer Phi- Feldman brought the adore to FOOD IAZAAK ITEtil from tw JOO it tt» food Maw. i It. end E. Camelbeck f 5*4130 ft III'0 Cocktails VHL 0 Restaurant 2601 W. lethony Heme Id. SPANISH AND AMERICAN FOOD LUNCHEONS SERVED DAILY "SHOALS ON SUNDAY" FRIDAY IPICIAL FAMILY STYLE FISH FRY Served In Our Dlnlni Room * Cocktail Lounie TAKI OUT ORDERS Phone 77»-0»M FISH FRY IVIRY FRIDAY YOU CAN EAT IN COFFEE SHOP OR GOLDEN GARTER Room SQUAW PEAK LANES 304f E. Ind Seh a • 5 4-2400 of i nun., Fri.. 1st. fill P.m. • Sim. ItN THEATRE RESTAURANT OK Broadway Atmosphere, Cabaret Style With Exciting Talented Entertainer* CONTEMPOS FRI. • SAT. lOill * U *>.M. Far Your Llstenlne, « Danelnt Pleasure with the oelden Horn •kMWnt WnlnfOanehu-coektallt RESERVATIONS 273-1344 3437 E. McDowell Rd. Uinnj Tn» Oreatett intertalnment In Town a ENJOY PAUL SHANK'S Gourmet Seafood TONITEI Fishefrnqn Exotic Paul SI U/iacwAJ /i III THI FAiULOUt SAFARI HOTtt SCOTTSDALE For reservations: WH 5-9521 Arizona for th« final scenes of "Ballad" after several weeks of desert shooting in 35 AIL --""" YOU CAN EAT Your Choice ol Soup er Salad, Detiart, Jello or Pudding Best Food In town DESERT SKY 3541 L Van luren the Valley of Fire near Las Vegas. NOTICE AIRPORT eaweeei«>B^M»* Now Featuring Exclusively . . . BUCK ANGUS BEEF Steaks • Prime Rib • Roast Beef OOFFEI SHOP DINING ROOM $2 65s °° s II "f " M I ffiMrf In Dining Enjoyment 3141 le tf V « l«re. • • • Nil •!•> H Our Train If yen with. •QOOaMZAARITEMt «0)M CU4M £*&. £t*m 20th St. tnd I. CeiMlbetk SPECIAL £a6ter MENU IN THE DELIGHTFUL CAMELLIA ROOM Tray 01 Chllle* Criw MaliihM Paieel Cttory-RIM A Oraen Olivai Craam ot Chltkan Savp Or Prancd Onlen Mw Chilled Vlchyiteise or French OnWn lev* Roait Leg of Easter Lamb, Sage Dreulng, Mint Jelly ,.,.3.71 Baked Sugar Cured Ham, Orange Sauce, Spiced Apple... .3.71 Choice Roait Prime Rib of Beef, Au Jui • 4.10 Broiled Half Chicken. Spiced Crab Appl 3.SO orten leant er Claud carrots, lake* Potato er candle* Sweet Potato CHOICE OF Spring Salad er Waldorf Salad strawberry Dream Cake French Pattry Choice el Ice Cream Orante luerlie Coffee ... Tea ... Milk 3801 E. Van Buren PHONE 275-7878 Children under 12 2.25 ifotfftff* Xeatf SAME MENU SERVED AT RAMADA'S SCOTTSDALE INN 333 W. MAIN —Phone 945-4361 702 WEST CAMELBACK SERVING FROM 11:30 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT By Popular Request We Are Featurlnt Our fteiular Menu and Easter Day Specials Roast Leg of Spring Lamb RELISH TRAY Dressing, Natural Gravy, , Mint Jelly, Idaho Baked, Snowllake, Candied Yams er Crisp French Fries SOUF OR SALAD Homemade Rolls, Butter* Buttered Veeetablc, Coffee, Tea er MIM Baked Hickory Smoked Ham CUMBERLAND SAUCE RELISH TRAY <f> «*. «M- SOUP OR SALAI Buttered Vegetable, Candied Yams, French Fried, Whipped er Baked Petateea Homemede RelN), Butter* ceffeeVTea Milk Roast Eastern Prime Rib of Beef, Au Jus $395 RELISH TRAY Candled Yams er Crisp French Fied Potatoes Idaho Baked, Snewflake SOUP OR SALAD Buttered Vetetable. Homemade Rails, Butter, coffee. Tea er Milk FOR INFORMATION CALL 279-3591 J&ee! Batere 3rd AVE. at CAMELBACK RESERVATIONS 264-3838 Make Reservations Now For Easter Sunday "2.45 We Will le Serving Our Delleleyi Irunch Frem 11 A.M. till 2 P.M. '2.45 Our Easter Dinner Menu Fresh Melon & Soup or Salad Roast Leg of Spring Lamb $3.95 Baked Sugar Cured Ham $3.25 Filet Mignon $5.25 Roast Half Spring Chicken $3.25 Roast Prime Rib of Beef $4.95 Candied Yams, Whipped Potatoes Fresh Vegetables Choice of Beverage i Dessert Dln« «t th* airport Not fust another Easter Dinner. Easter is too special to have juit another dinner. Dinner should be something •pecigl, too, It should bring the family together in a pleasant place, And, ol course, it should be uncommonly delicious. Our Easter dinner is something special Ewter dinner selections from $2.99 Special children's prices. UwtnuwKooni |AST TERMINAL , SKY HARBOK AIRPORT WMH fllf VAUOATIO fAIKINO Wlwrii thf yliMur* If «H yturf IWORLD FAMOUS CHINtSf CUISINE Chieeee-New Ye* e*tf Henej Rent Style WIIK'I SflCIAL HIM-i Tiiiiimnnni A Cfl « rw • l *ce* of jeererib* s i « cooked In Waefc bean tauea Black Stan Sauce .•«,'»«• M •** •"• Ceekrelli 0 Uneh • Dinners 0 »46-«5«4 28 E. 1*t AVENUE, SCOTTSDALE A NIGHT TO REMEMBER Dancing and Entertainment Nightly from 8:30 P.M. Read William F. Buckley Jr. on The Republic editorial page 4701 N. 16th Street For Information Ctll 264-1338 RESTAURANT By Popular RMuett We Are Featuring Our Regular Menu and Our E aster Day Specials ROAST LEG OF SPRING LAMB Choice el Soup or Salad Drening, Natural Gravy, .Mini Jelly, Choice ol Potato, * Baked Idaho, French Fried, Au Gratfn, Whipped or Candied Yams, •uttered Vegetable, Homemade Rolls, Butter, Coffee, Tea er Milk. BAKED HICKORY SMOKED HAM Cfiimpefne Sauce Choice el Soup er Salad Buttered Vegetable, Candled Yamt, French Fried, Au Gratln, Whipped er Baked Potatoes, Homemade Rolls, Butter, coffee, Tee er Milk. *3.25 *2.95 ROW! rRtE FOR EACH UDY! Aiovely Carnation... Plut Easier laikets For the Children! In fnV lEnW Rfvvlil RONNIE DAVID nwwYBH •nwwr J f*- m is~ «»•* «»"w^ " — Prim*Ribaujui ...$4.11 Baked Virflinia Ham $UI RdastLegellamb .$I.1S| Dinner* Include ehette *f freflelj, 'Onion Soup with Sherry ef Mi*ed \ "iSalad. Vegetables, Petateet, dessert* leverage. OBM HIM a*tt* isifer *Mwy tolph 'STEAK House 8600 N. Central » 277-7211 I Molt* fnfil Fn» frem11t30<Mll, • Donehtfl •Bonqwet Faciimn e 2 block, N. el Camelbeck * J * at .I.D/s TONIGHT, FRI. & SAT. THE FEED BAG Western Dining Room 554 Wost Main St., MOM Come In & Enjoy Our Traditional Easter Dinner Only The Best Since 1947 The Family Will Love Our Complete 5-Course Dinner In That Wonderful Ph. 964-3163 Home Cooked Style Iced Relish Tray • Cream of Chicken or French Onion Soup O Moulded Fruit Salad or Feed Bag Tossed Salad O Potatoes o Vegetables • Beverage and Dessert from $ 2.25 Special Children's Dinner .. $135 1 V Daily Businessman's Lunch—95c ENJOY OUR EASTER SUNDAY BUFFET AND EGG HUNT! HEAR: • Drinking Champagne • Atlanta Ga. So Much To Do • Jacksonville PLUS: Dave Musgrave and his Up Country Sho-men ON THE SCOTTSDALE STRIP! NO ADMISSION TONIGHT FRI. and SAT $1.50 825 North Scottsdalo Rd., Seettsdale OPEN FROM 8 P.M. (WHERE I ELSE BUT CAN YOU GET KELLY'S DINNER FOR TWO Choice of Gloss of Champagne or Rod Wine OUR CHEF'S SELECTED STEAK DINNER FOR TWO CbartMl braiM la yeur telli- la«tien, •eusuetitra an • riank, Carvea" al ywr taklt. fvrr«vn«v e4 with imh vaieiaklN aM Pwcheii Pelaleai. •evaraea ana" Peuert. — SPECIAL SATURDAY LUMCHEOM NOMI MAPI CHILI with oyster crackers ^MM^MM^M^^. PLUS REGULAR MENU Appetiser Troy AC* CORNIO IIIF $1 25 9vV & CABBAGE I COCKTAIL HOUR 4:30 till 7:00 — DRINKS 60c DINE AND DANCE ^ to the music of THE SOUND PIPERS! ' (0Mt end Iris) OANCINO NltNHY — ClOJIP (UNPAY COMPLETE BANQUiT FACIDTIfS 1730 N. CINTRAL t PHONI 3M4f1l ENJOY TOM BARTON and his "Big NAMES in Show Business" WITH THE IIMMY RUCCOLO FOUR — Featuring — LLOYD ELLIS on Guitar •namm*. •Ill Mien, Manager CACTUS CHARLIE'S |M •45Je6t A R I Z « N I A N 4925 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale Join us for Luncheon in Arizono with LEW KINO Sot. at Noon corneas you are hungry Thrift ft Swift Drive Ins WEEKEND SPECIAL FRI.-SAT.-SUN., APRIL 4, 5, 6 CHEESEBURGER DINNER • CHEESEBURGER • JUMBO MILK SNAKE • GOLDEN FRENCH FRIES LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU • 3211 E. McOOWEU ROAD o 5021 W, INDIAN SCHOOL RD. o 4030 N, 35* AVENUE t MESA - 749 W, UNIYttHTY ,

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