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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 74

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EDJTIUM! * *!«*! *Am Monies playing around the Valley Phoenix, Wed., Nov. 5, !W§ ffie Arizona Republic llttANY CINERAMA: f«M>yal Httit of the Sun," (G) 9:35. M(RfS-TOWN: "Battle of an," (0)7:15,9:35. CAPRI: "Take the oney and Run," (M) 7:15, !.'*»>•* "Bang ," and "Venus in Furs," tinuous from 12:30. Darby O'Gill and the -Little People," (G) 1, 4:40, 8:20; "Parent Trap," (0X2:30,6:15,9:55. ; HAYDEN WEST: "Oliver," JG)2,8. ;j?ALMS: "Marlowe," (M) 12:45, 2:55, 5, 7:15, 9:25. Adult movies continuous from noon. JJSOMBRERO: "Heart is a Lonely Hunter," 7; "Finian's Rainbow," 9:07. » THOMAS MALL: "Medium Cool," (X) 1:50, 5-50, 9:45; «Affie," 3:45, 7:40. J TOWER PLAZA: "That Cold Day ift the Park," (R) 1, 4:10, 7:20, 10":30; "99 Women," 2:45,5:55,9:05. VISTA: "I Am Curious (Yellow)," (X) 1:35, 3:40, 5:45, 8,10:15. DRIVE-IN THEATERS ACRES: "Curse of the Blood Ghouls," (G) 6:30, 9:40; "Vampire Beast Craves Blood," (G) 8:10. BIG SKY- "Fountain of Love," 7:14, 10:24; "Baby Sitter," 8:56. CINEMA PARK: "Stiletto," (R) 6:30, 10:30; "Last Summer," (R) 8:40. INDIAN: "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," (M) 7, 10:50; "Mission Stardust," (G) 9:10. MUSTANG: "Your Cheatin' Heart," 7:07; "Time to Sing," 9:09; "Trouble With Girls," (G) 10:41. NORTHERN: "Monitors," (M) 8:40; "Day the Hot Line Got Hot," 6:30,10:15. MORE MORE MORE Nu-Vlew: "Chamber of Horrors," 6:30, 10:40; "Spirits of the Dead," 8:35. Oasis: "Los Dias Calientes," 6:45, 10:10; "Si Me Han De Matar Manana," 8:45. Peso: "Atacan Las Brujas," 6:30, 10:15; "Los Ado- lescentes," 8:20. Phoenix: "Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice," (M) 7, 11; "Oblong Box," 9:20. Pioneer: "Love Bug," (G) 6:30, 11:10; "Swiss Family Robinson," 9. Rodeo: "Fountain of Love," 7:14, 10:24; "Baby Sitter," 8:56. Round-Up: "Midnight Cowboy," (X) 6:50, 10:45; "First Time,"9:10. Silver Dollar: "Those Daring Young Men," (G) 6:30, 11:15; "True Grit," (G) 9:05. Thunderblrd: "Darby O'Gill and the Little People," (G) 7, 10:50; "Parent Trap," 8:45. VALLEY THEATERS Camelback Mall: "Easy Rider," (R) 7, 10:15; "Three in the Attic," (R) 8:40. Glen: "Vampire Beast Craves Blood," (G) 7, 9:55; jCfoldwyn gives up movie empire «LOS ANGELES (UPI) Sam; Goldwyn, one of the last $ the movie magnates of Hollywood's heyday, has turned Command of his motion pic- . empire over to his wife. »j;.i * Goldwyn, 88, named Frances Howard Goldwyn, 65, Conservator of his person and of -his estate estimated at "million. ing from cerebral thrombosis and arterial sclerosis since last March. The couple were married in 1925 and Mrs. Goldwyn has been active in her husband's business since 1934. ! D/Tedical statements attached to the petition indicated Goldwyn has been suffer- EXTftA FINE -Open IT to 10 (Closed Man.) i LaFALMA * Jtmmle Ganem. Owner 2014 E. McDow«ll AL 3-6938 • It AH You • '•• SffiVB Bv€B'rf* • K.«lV<OTJUL'- JaJdQJlH/ v • P »£;..* kfllTIsc ' Jumu uicn • • ' •''a.' -. *•• • • • iviurttf **RU* • • • „ , Hom«midt A J* A P- tlSttagheiti <>^« :Meat Balls I Ifcr?./ Ro'sr • v IF TP, ; 0.6 FAMILY ROOM Si— SOMETHING NEW • I • i Monday.. .Tuesday...Wednesday MUSIC... COMEDY.... NOVELTY By ie ROBERTO & LsBARR if i "" "3437 E. McDowell2731344 OPEN 7 DAYS • 731344 C ••••>•* EVERY NITE "Curse of Blood Ghouls," (G) 8:40. H a y d c n East: "Funny Girl,* (6)2, ft. Kachian Cinerama: "Madwoman of Chaillot," (G) 1, 9:30. and Hell," (X) 7, 8:40, 10:20. and Hell," (x) 7,3:40,10:20. Mesa: "Dirty Dozen," 6; "Grand Prix," 8:50. Portofino: "the Bushwack- er," plus Frisco shorts, continuous from 12:30. Valley Art: "2001: A Space Odessey," (G) 8. Ray Charles performing at NAU FLAGSTAFF - Ray Charles, hJs orchestra and the Rayettes will present a program of modern jazz at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Northern Arizona University's Lumberjack Gymnasium. The show will be open to Flagstaff residents as well as to NAU students and faculty members. Tickets may be purchased at the University Cen- ter ticket booth. Price, depending on seating location, will range from $2 to $4 for students and $3 to $5 for non- students. SOPRANO RECITAL Barbara Dujanovic, a so-^ prano and senior at Arizona" State University, will present a recital today at 8:30 p.m. in Gammage recital haU. Her ; program will include erias t: some original compositions ••§•••••••*••••••••««.••••••••••*••«••••••»•••••••••••••, Going to the Fair? Join Us For Dinner Tonight! » from 11 a.m. RESTAURANT Mexican and American Foods 37 W. McDowell, Phoenix 254-5163 EVERY From 4:30, fo 8 P.M. PLUS & r»Jk JBti A>" t"i% A~V REGULAR CABBAGE DAY ENTREES CORNED BEEF EAT ALL YOU WANT! FREE DESSERT WITH SMORGEE NOW IN STEAK ROOM MESA ONLY ANN KILEY - Organ DICK ROBINSON MAKE BELIEVER KIDS lie A YEAR thru 10 Two Locations 35th Ave. at Bethany Home MESA—E. Main at Stapley (LUNCHEON SPECIAL WEEKDAYS 11 to 2 $1.00) I FREE COLISEUM SHOWS! YOUR GATE ADMISSION is your ticket to the Coliseum show of your choice on that day. Just SAVE the STUB on your gate admission ticket and present it at the Coliseum door. There's no additional charge, so go to the Fair every day and see the greatest parade of stars ever! NO SEATS RESERVED ... FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Doors open 1 hour before showtime. TODAY! TOMORROW! AT 6:30 & 9:00 P.M. BOBBIE GENTRY BOBBY GOLDSBORO at 6:30 & 9:00 PM EDDY ARNOLD RCA Recording Star dFREE'eRANI Charlie Owen's Sensational INK SPOTS • BUI Cliff< ISTAND SHOWS! BJfm.' Also starring Candy Candldo, The Great Wallendas, The Marquis Chimps & The Blue Streaks ?rri anq his prchestra ALLTH1SAND MORE! • Rex Allen, Official Fair Host, will meet & greet Fairgoers! • 'GIANT MIDWAY! • "TORS ON TOUR" SHOW! • 50,000 EXHIBITS! • PLAZA SHOWS! : $1.50 AdMUs;, 80* Children, 12 years end under. Open lOiOQ AW to Midnight «,§taU Fairgrounds » W, McDowell & J9th Av«. i'-5 KW ^i^ 15 * ss ^ \\ ***z •»• *J FRUSTRATION it reading a let- tar In a Dear Abby column written by the psychiatrist to whom you are paying a visit. LAZY-AGED CHARCOAL BEEF STEAKS "k COLON Y § STEAK> / HOUSE ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM SUCH AS • FRIED CHICKEN • SEAFOOD • MEAT ENTREES • BEEF STEAK WITH FRESH MUSHROOMS • AND OTHERS BREAKFAST SPECIALS 2X3 FRIED EGGS (2) PANCAKES (3) 3X3 SAUSAGE (3) ROLLED in PANCAKES (3) 1X2X3 EGG (1) SAUSAGE (2) PANCAKES (3) oer INCLUDES SOUP or SALAD CHOICE of 3 POTATOES INCLUDING BAKED POTATO ROLL & BUTTER COFFEE SHOPS 3 LOCATIONS Indian School & ScottldaU Rd*. .2809 N. Central a» Thomas Rd. University and Mill Are., Temp* TODAY'S 7th ENTREE ROUND STEAK CACTUS CHARLIE PROUDLY PRESENTS JO ANN MILLER TOPS IN COMEDY AND SONG APPEARING NOV. 3-22 A RIZ « N j A N Scotlidile Rd. North of Camelback RJ, ' Phone: 945-7666 THURSDAY-NOV. 6 (SENIOR CITIZENS DAY) at the ARIZONA STATE FAIR III GRANDSTAND STAGE Don't miss this two-how Sun City resident musical review, featuring:- *Jivy Jazz Band * Swinging Square Dancers * Wonderful Women's Chorus * Harmonious Handbell Ringers * Rhythmatic Round Dancers * Melodious Male Chorus See it all on Senior Citizens Day at the Arizona State Fair, Nov. 6. • NO ADMISSION CHARGE FOR! THIS GRANDSTAND SHOW! DEL WEBB'S America's Most Famous Resort-Retirement Community t*Vf Pfl (. Will CivlICPUlIT C*, | ASUSSIDJUVOF OCL E.WEBB CORPORATION.| 12 ML N.W. Of Phoenix Out Grand Follow the state's business and financial news with Don Campbell This is the City Planning Department's version of what downtown Phoenix will look like west of the Civic Center if the Central Phoenix Plan is implemented. Read about this visionary solution to the problems of a city that is growing. Next Sunday in The Magazine of The Arizona Republic i M i

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