Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 17, 1970 · Page 62
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 62

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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
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Ttw Ariwma Republic Plweiite, W«d., Jtu* 17,mo on Utah Shakespeare Festival staff Vic Wilmot i WHATS GOING ON AROUND HERE: Now we know why Tom Jones made that July 23-24 reservation at Camelback Inn, at least the Shadow does. That was the date for a Tom Jones-Count Basic concert at the coliseum. Today, they're talking about one week later. Nothing confirmed—yet. But Tom Isn't canceling his hotel suite. . . Bob Eaton-the mid- ^ttigftt swinger who frolicked locally several years back "with tall thrush Leigh Ann Austin-has had time to digest the reviews on his "name game" tome, "The Body Brokers" -all bad. One female critic was kind enough to say it was "the worst book" she had ever read. And that—1970 style- Is how sales are born. Aside; Eaton holds the "record"— having been married to Lana Turner for five years, it's all there under thin cover in "The Body Brokers." * * * THE CABBAGE PATCH: If a state could blush, we'd be flushed. New Mexico is currently very alive with film crews across the state. Several are packed into Santa Fe. Kirk Douglas' "Gunfight" is one of them. And isn't it kinda warm for the cold shoulder? . . . Here's the report from the Paul Shank Files: The Ink Spots are doing such business at the French Quarter that the past two Saturdays have put more drinkee charges in the till than ANY New Year's Eve. More: Shank may be the first to hit it with his new "name value" policy. In addition to Helen Forest, who follows, and the De Castro Sisters, Paul isthisclose to confirming a top male crooner for September. And now we learn where Snooky Lanson is: The oT "Hit Parader" has been signing a French Quarter pact for two weeks (following Helen Forest. Agreed. Signing Snooky is sneaky. * * * THERE'S DIETER MAYRING, counting his carnations, again. His Mountain Shadows domain is listing an overflow crowd of 600-plus darlings of the Tri Delts, the national women's fraternity. And there goes that lounge again! . . . Into the realm of new business, we take you now to Bill Greiff, the Brookshire's boniface. Greiff, and "friends," will erect a restaurant adjacent to the South Boy—correction, South BAY Club on N. 40th St. They expect to open in November, following a contest to name it. Tip to Greiff and friends: Don't ask Tony DeMarco to enter the contest. * • * RUDY BARRAGAN-quietly-has some other kind of formula at his Iron Gate on E. Camelback. That lounge rates with ANY for consistency. You need greased hips to get in after 9 p.m. It's so crowded the bartender needs reservations. If yr not careful, the glass you raise may go into another's mouth. The No Breathing Sign goes up after 10. Even if a girl accepts a wink, it takes a month to get close. Dancing is just one more inroad to mental telepathy. This is where Rudy has been singing and Buddy Milton has been playing for over two years and nobody has seen them. Rudy would give you the formula, but if he opens his mouth he might fracture a head. * • THE HIDDEN HOUSE is now out in the open. The little lounge set back off of Seventh Avenue and Osborn is the new property of Jack Dowd, the former ring master of Gigi's Jack bought it with pal Bob Allen, the KUPD exec. Seller was another pal, Bob Janus. . . Andy Grand is grinning because there's just 24 hours remaining until he can celebrate the fifth anniversary of his liquor license. Tomorrow he even gives away snacks, frhewenzake. Blood, Sweat and Tears on town WASHINGTON (AP) - The State Department has announced that a currently popular U.S. musical group known as Blood, Sweat and Tears, will play concerts in Yugoslavia, Romania and Poland. One of the department's experts on culture said the normally conservative agency had never sponsored a concert tour quite like this. But he hastened to add that the group is not really a "rock music" outfit. The nine-member combo will make the tour under the auspices of the State Depart- ment's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs. In addition to the three countries on its schedule, Blood Sweat and Tears was offered to Czechoslovakia and Hungary. The Czech concert bureau advised the State Department it had been unable to make local arrangements for a tour. The Hungarian concert bureau said it was booked this summer. The tour begins today is Zagred, Yugoslavia. Conveniently located SPECIAL TODAY Stuffed Green PEPPERS POTATO VEGETABLES COFFEE Corn WOtUARD JownsonS 2560 W. Indian Schl. Rd. 10243 W. Grand, Sun City 4532 E. Thomas Rd. Optn 11 U 10 CClMMl Men.) LaPAUA Jimmfe GoiMm, OWMNT 1914 I. McPowtll AL 3-6931 'SPECIAL' COMPLETE •••^ 2 DINNERS '5 Wltti 2 Glum of Chlanti Wine. CHOICE OF: •VEAL PARMIGIANA • CHICKEN CACCIATORE • PASTA FILIPPO SUNDAY THROUGH THURSDAY Jerry Davy Combo (In Tht Lounge) For Your Liitening «nd Dining Pleasure Men. Thru Sat. THEATRE RESTAURANT Eltginl Dlnlni-Dincing-CockUlli 3437 i. McDowell Rd. RESERVATIONS 273" I 344 LOUIS JORDAN AND HIS TYMPANY 9 'WOULDN'T YOU RATHER BE HERE TONITE? Ralph STEAK HOUSE 5600 N. Central 277»72u [BANQUET FACILITIES} ALSO IN KANSAS CITY Fred Gable, who taught at Arizona State Univeristy from 1963 to 1967, has been added to the staff of the Utah Shakespearean Festival. Gable is currently affiliated with the music department of the University of California at Riverside. With extensive ex- prience with renaissance mu- s i c and instrumentation, Gable is associated with the Collegium Musicum at UCR which specializes in 17th century music and performs selections of the baroque period. \ | No Cover No Minimum 4 « LUNCHES Daily From 11 A.M. CHUCK CARTER & The Kinsmen NiTELY CACTUS CHARLIE PROUDLY PRESENTS THE VfRY POPULAR NADINE JANSEN TRIO A R I Z O H I A N 4925 N. Scottsdole Rd. .n* 945-7666 TREASURE HUNT The Golden Goose is laying 16 plastic eggs nightly Monday through Thursday at Legend City. All eggs but one hold free tickets to the park ... and in that egg is. a $25 U.S. Savings Bond. $25 bonds will be laid each night in easily-found spots. Finders keepers! Open Nightly, 7 P.M. 56TH ST. & WASHINGTON, PHOENIX 275-8518 •• Z/S-BS1H LEGEND Gable will train musicians to provide music to enhance and supplement the drama in the Shakespearean plays in Utah. He also will direct music for preplay entertainment, featuring dancers, madrigals and orchestra. Instruments which have HOW, HAYDEN EAST 11341 N.! MATINEE TODAY! GONE WITH THE WIND" DWIOHT HARKIKS tower plaza theatre HELD OVER AGAIN! PAUL NEWMAN as BUTCH O^SSIDVANO THE SUNDANCE KID GP WaggicSmith ™ ScoffJdale I McDowell-Ph 949-8851 WALT DISNEY KINGofthe | BOTH THtATRES OPtN I P.M. DAILY | DOWNTOWN CINEMA 35N CENTRAL CONT FROM 1 PLAYING TWO FIRST RUN HITS! IN COLOR NO ONE UNDER 18 PLEASE. DEAR PATRONS: Each week we will try to bring to you the most enjoyable motion picture entertainment possible. We will give you a mixture of screen fare that will satisfy all your cinema tastes. Our theatre is new, clean, comfortable (latest in air conditioned pleasure) and above all intimate enough to make you feel at home. Please visit us soon. Sincerely, The Management PHONE BBB-3«U37 6 NIGHTS LEFT of Exciting DOG RACING! Season End* Monday, June 22 Racing Tonight thru Monday, June 22, 8 P.M. Reservations: 273-7181 APACHE GREYHOUND PARK Highway 60 at Apache Junction (Funki' Greyhound Racing Circuit) ^^^^^j^j^jj*'^^^'"^'*^^^^" ALL YOU CAN EAT FRIED CHICKEN Every Wed. Eve. 5 to 9 French Friej, Cola Slaw and Old-Fashioned Southern Style Corn Bread. Children Under 12 ....$1.05 been and will be used for the festival music include recorders, harpsichord, drums and stringed instruments such as violins and bass. Oboes and flutes also have been utilized 16th Street & East McDowell — Only In past seasons. Gable hopes to produce the authentic sounds of music used originally in Shakespeare productions by using instruments like the lute, krummhorn and cornetto. He lists also as possible instruments the shawm, rauschpfeife and sackbutt. IN FIRST RUN HIT COLOR N0 ONE UMDERII AOMITTtO CO-PIATUM .PEOPLE WHO LOVE WITH ECSTACY AND DIE ^K£WIHVIflHf¥P^DM WITHOUT .MERCY. HltflgMldKfMliMM^B.^MMMMSdlMUMt Sfflft _^^J^K-^-i IIM . MMKM eM, ... laitiOTkw at lath *trMt «t Dusk 4111 W«»t J«<l»n »» Richard Harris DANBLOCKIft NANirnPABRAY TECHNICOLOR TODAY: l!ll-3:20-8:« 7:40-9:50 MefromJiMteMO NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES Presents Mart Crowley^ -THE BOS IN THE JACQUELINE IISSETT. JIM BROWN TODAY: 1iH.I:l|.|!ll TUMill McfromliMtofctl TODAY: liN-IUMiM T:4Mill Adults tStudtntt . Mot:lM:N NOW SHOWING AT 2 THEATRES All the spectacular enchantment of the world's most magical legend! WIT DISNEY'S Beauty TECHNICOLOR 9 TECHNIRAMA* SCOTTSDALE » 945-5441 N/VCE ROUND-UP DRIVE-IN IN COLOR WAIY DISNEY'S LESTER COLOR rf THi COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES' fish n chips Can seaf 700 In cool, cool comfort 8420 E. Indian School at Granite Reef In The ORANGE TREE SHOPPING CENTER VALUABLE COUPON GRAND OPENING COUPON SPECIAL FAMILY FISH DINNER 6 large pieces of fish, Shoe string potatoes, & Tartar sauce WITH 53.10 COUPON SAVE 60 ( Coupon Good Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. & Sun., June 17,18,19,20 & 21 SERVING REGULARLY... Jumbo Shrimp OMIIC fifllft Clam Chowder 9HVE DU Cole Slaw And Six Great Hamburgers FEATURING ... Family Dining, Take-out Counter

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