Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 46
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 46

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 5, 1969
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ALL EUIIJUNS Mexican dance show scheduled at PUHS I A lesson in Mexican culture • through dance comes to Phoe; iiix April 19 and 20, at Phoe• trix Union Auditorium. \ The Ballet Folklorico of • Sonora, comprising 45 men ;and women, will make its • first public appearance in Ar- -izona in a benefit perform- •ance for the Mt. Claret Cur- sillo Center. : PATTERNED after the .'Ballet Folklorico of Mexico, ;the group presents dances ^representing all the regions I of Mexico.. .from the Venado -(deer) dance of the Sonora . Yaquis to the elegant Chiapa- ;necas of Veracruz. Formed in 1965, the Sonora group is directed by Jesus Noriega Gastelum and based in Hermosillo. In June 1967, Amalia Hernandez, Mexico's most famous dancer and director of Mexico's Ballet Folklorico, was impressed with the group and agreed to assist in the choreography. Under her sponsorship, the group has received invitations to appear in England and France. The Cursillo movement started in Spain in 1949. Cur- sillo means "little course" in Spanish, and the movement is a short course in Christianity for Roman Catholic laymen. OFTEN CONFUSED with a retreat, it has two basic differences. In a retreat, participants maintain total silence. In a cursillo, the total silence lasts only for one night, from the beginning of the cursillo until after Mass the following morning. Retreats may be attended as often as a participant wishes, but a Catholic may attend a cursillo only once in his life. The benefit to Phoenix will be to celebrate the completion of the Guadalupe Cursillo Chapel and mark the 10th anniversary of the cursillo movement in Arizona. FOLKS—JOt ft WALDO BANJO, PIANO—SING-ALON& FORMERLY With Various Pitta farters NOW AT SHIPWRECK LOUNGE THURS. • FRI. • SAT. 203? E. McDowell—2S2-087S WORLD FAMOUS EASTER VACATION VISIT THE American Heritage WAX WORLD Brini the entire family Dally »:»•»:» 98 W. STETSON DR. SCOTTSDALE CLOWNS 5EN HAVE PUN AT OUR WATUSI and TWIST PARTY EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT FREE Instructions I and contest awards I by Arthur Murray Instructors! DANCING A CNTMtAINMINT^ 8 to 1 Nightly HoCovir No Minium Enjoy Easter Dinner at the GRUBSTAKE Light or • ROAST LES OF LAMB Mint Jelly & Oven Browned Potato 2.75 • BAKED CHICKEN Dark, Dressing, Gravy & Cranberries 2.50 • BAKED SUGAR CURED HAM Brandy Sauce & Candied Yams 2.75 • ROAST CHOICE ROUND OF BEEF Au Jus, Baked Potato 2.50 Dinners Include: Fresh Fruit Cup, Green Salad or Soup. Assorted Relishes. Choice of Vegetable. Hot Rolls & Muffins. Hot or iced Tea or Coffee. Our Famous Homemade Pie'or Cake. Special Child's Plate Available. Easter Decorated Cakes and Meringue Pies to Go. 264-2334 5521 N. 7th Avenue We Serve Beer & Wine CRISP CRUST EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH 10:30 A.M, to 5P.M. Enjoy Our Quiet Atmosphere and Fine Foods For Your Sunday Pleasure. FREE Rid* on Hit TRAIN EASTER DINNER BUFFET Sunday 5-9 4 25 Children S2.fS v 3148 E. Van Buren—Plenty Easy Parking—275- IIUIIIIHUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIg Easter Dinner 16th $trt*1 it fait McOtwtll 204*2077 3rd Strut and Dunlip 944-347! ELEGANT DINING Atmosphere Colorful of the plush SENSIBLE PRICES Scottsdole Rd. at Thomcn 946-9292 i fl M! FUN! FOOD! MUSIC! at the beautiful GERMAN-AMERICAN SOCIETY CLUB 1431 E. DUNLAP Carl Rosin and his Polka Pals. Open Thurs., Frl.> Sal. and sun. at 11 neen. Watch tor announcement of eur MAIFEST DANCE MELODY LANE BALLROOM CLUB INC. Continuous Dancing 5500 sa. ft. Hardwood Air-Conditioned Ballroom Singles and Couples Martin McLaws Orchestra No Liquor Permitted | Guests $1 With Ad | MELODY BALLROOM 72/0 £. Indian School, Phx. LOTS CHEESE Let us show you how delicious your favorite pizza.can really taste. Spaghetti, Lasagne, Ravioli, Submarine Sandwich. Open 4 p.m. EAT IN- TAKE PIZZA OVEN 2 LOCATIONS 3950 E. Compbtll O 955-3110 2013 W. Bethany Home O 279-2228 Want Ads Get Results EflSTER $UNDAY Children's portion* lOe par •very yaar of age- when accompanied by parent!. Free Easter eggs for children. APPETIZERS Iced Relish Tray, Chicken and Rice Soup or Tomato Juice, Tested Green Salad, Choice of Dressing or Waldorf Salad ENTRIES Roast Leg of Spring Lamb with Mint Jelly, Baked Sugar Cured Ham with Pineapple Sauce, Tender Roast Beef w/Au Jus, Roast Spring Chicken, Sage Dressing, Cranberries VEGETABLES: Choice of Potato and Vegetable, Home Made PwMfnt. Sherbet, Jell-O, Colfee, Net Rolls, Hot er Iced Tea, Milk Ue extra. DESERT SKY 3541 I. VAN BUREN 274-7121 FLOOR SHOWS NlftHTLY Comftdy-Pantomimft — Flm — "MADLYNE" is Back! THE APOLLO 411 N. Old teettttfoto N. Young adults enjoy "What's Happening" every Saturday 28 Tire AHwma Republic Phoent*, Sat., April 5, FAMILY STYLE EASTER SUNDAY DINNER I Served The Way You'll Like It! COUNTRY SMOKED HAM With Fruit Sauce Oven Balied-Vlrginia Sfyto • Candied Yams or Baked Potato • Corn on the Cob • Soup or Salad • Hot Rolls and Butter • Coconut Pudding ROAST TOM TURKEY; Young Tender Tom Turkey Oven Baked with Savory Sage Dressing • Whipped er Baked Potato • Corn en the Cob • Soup or Salad • Hot Rolls and Butter • Coconut Pudding SOUP OF DAY — CREAM OF MUSHROOM ? YOUR CHOICE ... CHILD'S PLATE $1 $195 \ 1 300 BOWL COFFEE SHOP or RIPPLE ROOM 1919 W. Bethany Home Rd. PHONE 279.2388 Young adults enjoy 'What's Happening" every Saturday Sez/ Happy Easter Come and See our REAL LIVE GIANT Easter Bunny! He will g/Ve all Children FREE CANDY EASTER EGGS Sunday, April 6, From 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. CHILDREN BRING YOUR CAMERAS! O 20th ST. ft THOMAS O 16th ST. ft CAMELBACK O SCOTTSDALE * 1st AVE. O E. APACHE BLVD., TEMPI O 43rd AVE. & GLENDALE AVE. O MESA (COMING SOON) ENJOY EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH AT THE FABULOUS EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH 11:30A.AA. TIL 4:30 P.M. TWO SERVERS -- TWO LINES Delicious Turkey and Dressing, Mashed Potatoes and Giblet Gravy — Baked Virginia Ham with Candied Yams — Golden Brown Fried Chicken -- Salisbury Steak — Chicken with Almonds -- Plue 25 Wonderful Salads to Choose From — Hot Baked Rolls From the Oven — ADULTS ...*2.45 CHILDREN. , '1,35 SPECIAL EASTER SUNDAY DINNERS DANCING From 8:00 P.M.'till :00 A.M. WithThe FABULOUS CaliFOURIans 11:30 to 7 P.M. 7:00°.M.to1:OOA.M. Regular Menu 4039 N. 7th STREET Juit South of Comtteack R*W277-3331 ill BOUNTY HOUSE 537 E. CAMELBACK RD. faster Menu Soup da Jour or Gr*en Salad Yankee Per Roast Jardiniere, Pan Oravy,' Mashed Patata, lav- •rata and Dessert, BAKED CHICKEN A DRISSINft Pan Oravy, Mathad Pa-* I £A tala, Veietabla, Bavor-^ I 9v an and Dauart. I BAKED SUGAR CURED HAM Pfnaappla Hint, CandiadC I "fC Sweet Potatoes, Bevtr-^ 1/9 ata and Deuart. I SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN I *>C I ZO I Pan Oravy, Mashed Po-< tatoes, Vegetable, Se* araie and Dessert. 1 ALSO DAILY MENU For Reservations Call 266-6372 ENJOY EASTER at the Stockyards Restaurant Served from Noon to 10 P.M. SPECIALS: Turkey Dinner $2.95 Ham Dinner $2.95 Child's Dinner ........... $1.75 Flut our Regular famous Mtnu Reservations Suggested wcmass 5001 E. WASHINGTON 273-7371 'Where U.S. prime western beef is king" Read Bernie Wynn's shrewd and factual political columns Paul Shank's w THE RELAXED CASUAL *™ OSPHERE OF THE Kentucky T^ • 1 ^ Fried Chicken is for special days (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Easter, too) IS proem of ChicktN * Harmon Heute Rolls 1 ft. Colo Stow or Chicken Gravy Also other slit orders We fix Sunday dinner seven days a weekt * / COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE Kmtwdv fried £M*ta* HARMAN'S OPEN EASTER AT 9 A.M.... 14 VALLEY LOOATION*

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