Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 137
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 137

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Hem* Randall And Ray La* cero are among the east of "Under the Yflifi Yum Tree," now playing at the Summer Holiday Playhouse, Holiday Inn, Apache and Rural, Tern* pe. Gene Earle and Joan Sll- befschlag have supporting roles, the play starts at 8, p.m. and runs Fridays and Saturdays until July 21. Gletldale college Interstate 19 project features musical wM begin this year The last'Summerfest program, "Pirates ofPenzance" by, Gilbert and Sullivan, will ye at 8 p.m., July 6,7, and 8 at- Glendale Community College, in the Student Union Center, 6000 W. Olive Ave. Iln the cast are David THompson, Diana Yoakum, Jbnell Loeffler, Dou Lowmiller, Lila Pizzaro and Steve tikjse. State dramatic director is.Peter Overson; production pidnist is Patricia Ratliff; tfad Mary Ann Dutton is music, vocal and orchestra director. GREEN VALLEY -Construction of a 4-mile section of Interstate 19 from Green Valley to Canoa Ranch will start this year, according to the State Highway Department. The department also notified residents the remaining 25 miles of the planned 64- mile highway are to be completed in 1978, with some funds from the canceled Papago Freeway in Phoenix transferred to this project. $63 million budget goes to Pima board "TUCSON (AP) - The Pima County Board of Supervisors has received a proposed $63.7 million'budget for the coming fiscal year, an increase of 18 pet cent from the current budget. County Manager Kenneth Scharman says the budget proposal is down from the original $82 million asked by the county's departments. El Chico Mexican Food FRIDAY SPECIAL '1.50 Can Eat OPINMon.thruThuri.1M1 frl.»ill. 1l-lli4l 2601 W.Bethany Horn* M. HtitteOil'tOeoktilli Mi-Mil I4MIII 1 COWBOY STEAKS 1 /2 LB. TO 2 IBS. PRIME RIB & OTHER FIXINS 1 I t Live Entertainment From . 9 P.M. SIMPLE CASUALNESS NICK FINK'S HIDDEN AT 30 South Robson Mesa SLIP INTO SOMEH COMFORTABLE LIKE.. TME Great Sounds for Dancing or Listening Created by The Nadine Jansen Trio. 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