The Buffalo News from Buffalo, New York on May 17, 1968 · 29
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Friday, May 17, 1968
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city regular 20 — Section II Buffalo Evening News Amusements riday May 17 1968 Unit tn Hnlrl l a i j THIS WEEKEND THE GAY 90 ROOM 129 1830 Abbott Road Lackawanna New York 79c more I BONANZA STEAK HOUSE D— joaPEzzioaoi i the RED LOBSTER NITE 9 IRENE SOLO VED JOHNNY'S ELLICOTT GRILL o 395 Ellicott St cor of Genesee MARILYN "LOU' 0 the com I f i RSTAI IPANT RESTAURANT USDA Choice Steaks WOLISH RY 825-5514 U dancing “Xv Exit 57— Camp Rd — Hamburg $ n R A OR RES PHONE 895-5521 a 1’ 'S BONANZA BURGER PLATTER HELD OVER the sophisticated renchman Miss MacKenzie has packed the tent in Gypsy Wonderful Town and Sound of Music July 29-Aug 3: Libcrace Aug 5-10: Jane Powell in "The Sound of Music" box office champ for two previous seasons Aug 12-17: The John Davidson Show RIB EYE STEAK DINNER 3300 SHERIDAN DRIVE RES 836-7736 B B luncheons 1 1 AM to 3 PM it Dinners from 3 to 10 PM ALA CARTE till 2 AM ENJOY ONE O PHONE 836-6254 or Carry Out Orders and Special Parties I RANK’S CASA NOVA Served with choice of potatoes or vegetables Salad and roll included ILET MIGNON DINNER AST SERVICE Ample Park'ng Junior Portions Also HAM STEAK — CHICKEN— CHOPPED STEAK DINNERS Assorted beverages and dessets Corner Bailey ft tut erry 3 ONE-HOUR SHOWS NITELY UN and S1NG-A-L0NG ABULOUS PIZZ Anita rank Presents Buffalo ! teacher Anita rank will present piano pupils 5 to 11 in a recital Monday evening in her Livingston St resi dence 729 MAIN ST (Downtown) We Specialize in Homemade 835-1300 L L‘ plus manySssSSSSSS Baritone Will Sing ’ Baritone Mort reeman will be the featured attraction at the annual Mothers Day program of Mt Carmel Lodge of Buffalo at 8:15 PM Wednesday in Brith Israel Anshe Ames Synagogue 1237 Hertel Ave The group’s athers Day program will be held June 26 and a picnic is planned for July 21 nnu DIIQUC " PI HONKV uun Dunnd tonk piano NOW APPEARING IN THE BOWLER'S BAR 9:30 to 1:30 MON thru SAT A regional conference for county town and village historians and representatives of local historical societies will be held June 1 in the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society Building The meetings will be under the auspices of the State Education Department’s Office of State History Representatives of the Office of State History will lead morning and afternoon workshops Topics will include preparation of annual reports by historians federal income-tax liability of historical societies recording oral history interpretation of historic sites upkeep and care of collections and materials of historic interest Color slides and a narration on the Genesee River will be presented at 7 PM by Dr A Wilmot Jacobsen and Dr Richard A Downey Workshop speakers will include Mrs Merrylyn Rogers O’Connell associate curator of the State History Collection John von Daacke and Paul J Scudierc senior historians and William McNeil Geof- NOW APPEARING Sunday Evenings THE PAUL WALKER TRIO Also Serving STEAKS SEA OOD CHICKEN Served Till 2 AM BANQUET ACILITIES OR UP TO 200 PEOPLE 5507 Main St Williamsville — 633-7074 Open Saturday at 1 PM Closed Sunday Craig Stevens Alexis Smith ! ABBARNO'S 5 i 303 BUSTI AVE HOME MADE RAVIOLI'S I ULL DINNER SERVED ROM X I S PM ON SAT 4HHWWWHHHHM New President Of Buffalo Jaycees Anna Maria Alberghctti Here is Producer Lewis T 'isher's schedule for his 13th tented season in Wurlifzer Park: June 17-22: Hetzer’s European Circus— nine performances June 24-29: Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca in a fresh version of their historic revue “Show of Shows" July 1-6: "Cactus lower” Mr isher’s proudest last-minute acquisition The Abe Burrows comedy is thriving in its 428th week on Broadway where it began in 1965 Ticklish negotiations were required according to the producer for the first tent tour with the celebrated Peter Gunn — Mr Stevens — and his wife Alexis July 8-13: The Institutional! Ann Corio in "This Was Burlesque"— third visitation July 15-29: The Danny Kaye snow wmen requiren two years i fit r o 1 1 n 1 1 o Koh ' — ' I z 6 — O VI nuiiiiiflituii piHIilSUC VVdg v Vv' June 22-27: "South Pacific"! Aug 26-31: Howard Keel and third time around with Miss Anna Maria Alberghetti in "The MacKenzie as Ensign Nellie ' antasticks" orbush and Georgia Tozzi oft Sept 4-7: The rankie Laine'S Metropolitan Opera renown as I Show IX SUNDAY SPECIAL $475 Pays for ft Persons SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS Giant Chat Salad Braid n Bitftir CoffM nr Snft Drink T-BONE SPECIAL $275 These 2 Specials Are Recommended by Chf Tony SPECIAL A Gourmet' Deliaht rom the Eastern Shore BROILED SWORDISH STEAK With Lemon Butter (Served with choice of notntnea or vejetabl S a I ad and roll In-chnleil) 2066 Eggert Rd PRESENTS THE BOBBY HACKETT QUARTET SUN MAY 26th to SUN JUNE 2nd ELI KONIKO and his YANKEE SIX Appearing Every Saturday STAGE Day of Absence— One-act play by Negro playwright Douglas Turner Ward Second half of the playbill is “Happy i Ending" also by Ward in a production by the revived Ira Aldridge Players this evening: and tomorrow at 8:30 ini Woodlawn Junior High School Raymond Givens directs La-1 verne Davis George reeman Edythe Davis Echols Joan Collins William Watkins1 SCREEN Anniversary — A Betty Davis vehicle made in Britain about a vituperative mother and her quarrelsome family celebrating and threatening one another simultaneously Amherst and downtown Cinema Theaters "COME ENJOY A UNIQUE DINING EXPERIENCE' We present a concept in sophisticated dining A menu comprising the best of rench and Italian cuisines We have selected from these lands classic dishes prepared with great care LENNIE MANN Vibes Quartet MON through THURS & SAT Banquet acilities ront 25 to 500 US CHOICE STRIP STEAK DINNER 179 NOW OPEN! OUR S7OIV1HIY ROOM Perfict for Mettinti Pirtiri tunqueis up to so peopio Cull 883-1 134 or Tour Raioryo Luncheon Tiki : J & or Reservations ' N 4-2300: 4243 GEbttSft ST (across Jrbm Buffalo Airport) ' C '"SOUVENIR SONG SHEETS-! © MAXL'S Presenting EVERY RI I SAT RONCORSARO and his TRIO eaturing Songs by LORI State Reunion Set or lune 1 The annual reunion of Buffalo State University College’s Alumni Association will take place June 1 There will be an open house on the Elmwood Ave campus beginning at 1 PM a reception in the home of President and Mrs E K retwell Jr at 152 Lincoln Pkwy from 3 to 4 PM and a dinner at 6:30 PM in the Cordon Blue in Cheektowaga followed by a dance from 10 PM to 2 AM 1 1 111" 1 11 I I t I I I I ’ charged that Mrj i n fittenai RIDAY SPECIAL ISH RY Relish Tray Garlic Toast $150 rnnle At TJirrenri’a ANCHOR BAR Main St at North St Italian-American Restaurant RIED HAL CHICKEN DINNER 149 BAVARIAN T Main & trry Sti OUR POPULAR Sairariuu EiirluwuHi wrin IS SINGING ALONG 5 SATURDAY NITE 3ME JOIN THEM IDAY IS ISH NIGHT M Buys all you can eat AT ANY HOUR Conference June 1 or Area Historians ATROL REE DELIVERY of HOT PIZZA DINNERS BOMBERS TAI I RO ROM 11:30 AM — MON-RI VALL O3J-UOOU ROM 4:30-? — SAT 4 SUN PARK EDGE PLAZA Sheridan Dr and Eggert Rd Tonawanda NY RED LAURIE QUARTET EATURING THE “SOPHISTICATES” EVERY RIDAY AND SATURDAY RI & SAT DANCING’0' SHERIDAN AIRES SAT NITE SHOWS 10 & 12:30 EDDIE DALEmC COMEDY and Sing-Alvng DOREEN HAYES Blond Bombshell PAUL KOHLER Direct rem the Id Sullivan Show "DUKE SCALES'" and his NIGHT LIERS ROCKIN' — ROLLING — TWISTING Every ri-Sat-Sun Nites 9:30 PM to 2:45 AM Liva Radio Broadcasting Over Sfation WBLK With JAM SESSION Every Sun 4 PM to 6 PM 1009 sb Blvd sssi at Sheridan PIZZA PARLOR $ Entertamment ® DANCING 6 NIGHTS A WEEK THE BIG SOUND O THE SWINGING PETE TERRAN TRIO Mon ri and Sat Z eaturing SHIRLEY POHL Tues Wed Thurs Reservations 632-4244 Parking in Rear No Cover— No Minimum I BONANZA HAS fAm-SWM mets tout SU OS! RUINS W£ WNOIB AMILY! I Dancing ri and Sat' — Mike Buffamonti's Trio BEAUTIUL BANQUET AND RECEPTION ROOMS UP TO 1000 3909 GENESEE ST A'X't Phone 634-0330 MONA VOLCANO 1ic flnit’iiiinn Hash EXOTIC STAR! SILKY Tall Statuesque Blond Wav Out GO GO GIRL MILLIE (Wacky) WAYNE Comtdy MC GRETA-DANCING DOLL RED RAISER'S DANCE BAND STEAKS — PIZZA Canadian Money at Paf MmREE PARKING— TX 9596Ma BRIGHTON ACRES TuT' PRESENTS lle VIBRATOS SUN WED and THURS THEY'RE NEW — THEY'RE TERRIIC THE JERRY ZACK TRIO fetauring RON STAN ALL THIS AT THE BIG APPLE 674-9890 Old Union Rd between William & Clinton Sts Good at all 5 Locations KfNMORI nt h Colvin RUBlO Brighton k fRpert Rd 1 9000 Pii iiiyhin m tt Kt’km V9 ??h Union Rd (I 0 5 PIjji bBl Cl srt1 hl 1’1 i i A nha r st I f I Hopkins Rd ) 6 14 8 IOO The signing of Alexis Smith and Craig Stevens fn the current Broadway comedy “Cactus lower’’ and Gisele MacKenzie in “South Pacific” completes Melody air’s June 17-Sept 7 season ' v Previously announced stars include Danny Kaye Liberace Victor Borge Jane Powell Howard Keel and PAGE ONE Your Hosts Vic Joe nnd Mitch 5S02 MAIN ST WILLIAMSVILLE RIDAY and SATURDAY The Most Danceable Music This Side of the Monongahela River TONY SPERRY’S QUARTERNOTES YHE STEAK HOUSE 3417 SHERIDAN DR (Between Millersport Highway and Bailey) Open 11 AM to 9 PM Daily and Sunday I iu pm on tri ana aarj JACOBI’S 1 RESTAURANT 1101 ABBOTT RD xetutivc ' ’ DINING ROOM ’ SATURDAY SPECIAL ’ PRIME RIB O BEE 6IO9PM $395 w insiow junior mstorians THURS RI SAT SING ALONG ' I umj Tiiec wm Rin inuN nicii VA at the piano for your V xr I III WlWib v tmg along plea jure featuring US CHOICE STEAKS 13" 8 Slice PIZZA or iWc eature Take Out and Quick Hot Box Delivery ' We Will Make Your Paia' Jitf Tlie Way You Like It COLORADO SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER M lill (Served with your choice of baked I nn pniHio prnnen trine or vegeianie nt 11 tha ilav nrHan talari tnrf rail In TJgJ I eluded) THE SIZZLER ’149 NOW APPEARING ALL NEW — DIRECT ROM NYC the fantastic IPOWDER PU REVIEW EMME-MIMICS A ULL REVUE With Singing Dancing and Comedy SHOWTIME 9:30-12-2 AM — Dinner rom 6 PM THE DANNY KAYNE TRIO In the CANDLE LIGHT ROOM DANNY also appear every WED THURS RI rom 9:30 PM GOAE POST RESTAURANT Colvin & Eggert — 833-8334 Sing Along With X TONY DE CORSE T Every Night la un Night Comedy ®Aa You Are BHng the emMy ©SILENT MOVIES NIGHTLY® Xl Every Sunday 4 PM Thru 8 PM aL Moviea for the Kidi Our Red Carpet Is Out to You!! ENJOY YOUR DINNER in a most pleasing atmosphere and eat food about which royalty would rave ADD A LITTLE PUNCH to your palate by drinking the finest in cocktails skillfully prepared for you by our mixologist GORDON JAE Plano GAR SEXTON a Banjo SH1KEYS -NIAt PALlt UVB Harm M harlUH L 138-9000 — — DINE & DANCE j'ft in the K o' ALPINE ROOM II ACENE ANTHONY TRIO II with MARLEY NORTH Vocalist 1 1 I lli A SAT 10 PM— 2 AM U l i COURSE STEAK DINNER nnlv otr B1 VlllJ YAaeJ i V HSU PLATE 4! 1 ’Till C IRIDAY NITE V or Res Dial 649-B100 10 Prwithfiis Ad MONDAY THRUJHURSDAY ' OER LIMITED - : THE PINES8 Highway at STONEY CREEK Ontario 662-8336 fust off the Queen Elizabeth Way near HAMILTON Ontario A distinctive dining room wilh a charm- ing atmosphere altering excellent cul-K sine and fine serv- Sjccial ealurell LIVE LOBSTER and LAMING DISHES ULLY LICENSED American txprtu and Diners Club MrVAN’C RESTAURANT CANADIAN MONEY miVnllJ & NITE CLUB AT PAR 2018 NIAGARA 877-9232 Gisele MacKenzie Adds ‘Cactus lower’ 1 WEEKENDS ‘ at the i CONTINENTAL INN — 3456 DELAWARE AVE a 877-2337 1PRIME RIBS of BEE Au Jus INCLUDES Baked Potato resh Vegetable Sour Cream Butter Chives Chef Salad Choice of Dressing resh ruit Bowl and Beverage 1 275 per Person Serving ri and Sat 5 PM to 10 PM — Sun 3 PM to 10 PM Wednesday through Sunday Jeatnrino TONY CASTELLANI She Will Be Singing Wed Thurs & Sun Brighton nt Eggert 876-6518 jL Starring Jg jg RAY CHAMBERLAIN MUSIC Ki Wed ri Sat Nites B J Giving Red Garters An ay it ! i BBTAUBANYk COCKTAUIOUNGI OOO MMUCt IT lUffALO M Y Presents ' The LOUIS CAMPESE TRIO LOUIS CAMPESE AL (KINK) LA MARTI DON KOPACZ riday and Saturday Evenings OR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE CLUB SHERIDAN 1 RESTAURANT Sarvlna Oar lametta 4 k ILET I DUCK ALA HULSE I PIZZA ond SUBS by Di Rose J COLONIE t LOUNGE T 1795 HERTEL AVE RKDOARTKItt I ROOM T )EMBERTONESk i Jury Awards Woman $9000 In Crash Negligence Case A woman who charged that her husband's negli-' gence led to an accident in which she was injured was awarded $9000 Thursday by a Supreme Court jury The 11-1 verdict was in favor of Mrs Paulette Wetzel who suffered a fractured pelvis May 3 1964 when the car her husband was driving overturned on Rt 20A In Wales Center Although pinned beneath the car and three months pregnant at the time Mrs Wetzel then 24 later gave birth to a normal baby i She and her husband Ronald' brought suit against Wetzel'sl Service Inc a family-owned ga-j rage nnd service station nt Cayuga and Wehrle Dr Williamsville The car involved in the ac cident wns owned by pany Paul W Beltz the aitomev Wetzel had neglected to the car after hearing a "hum" j in the vehicle long before the’ accident The vehicle overturned when its gears locked causing itjl tn swerve out of control Mr Beltz said I1 Mrs Wetzel was able to bring! suit only because the car was owned by the company Mr' Beltz explained The husband’s suit against the family business was dismissed on consent of both 1 sides il Mr & Mrs Wetzel live at : k 1105 Wehrle Dr Williamsville 1 Their case wns heard in a three- I day trial before Justice Harold : P Kelly ' 10 Will Receive i Morehead Degrees Sprrinl to Buffalo Heining Xewi I MOREHEAD Ky May 17 -Ten Buffalo area residents are expected to receive degrees May 27 at commencement exercises at Morehead State University Can-' didates for the AB degree are: James M Carbone Martin C Cichocki William H Cowan Jr' David M Greco Philip H Gullo Ronald A Mancuso and Timothy' M Sm th all of Buffalo and Robert P Snyder Town of Tona-'j wanaa Rogert L Adornetto of Buffalo and Carl N riedman of Williamsville are to receive the BS degree Pianist Killian to Play Pianist Marlene Killinn will be presented hy teacher Laura Kelsey Tuesday evening at R: 30 in Kleinhans Livingston Hall performing Sonata Op 3 No 2 of Beethoven works of Bach Scarlatti Debussy Prokofiev Schumann and Chopin The public Is welcomed ttriagt nsu&e ? 4 " L s A M £1 JOHN T JANKOWIAK of 149 Weiss St will'be the new president of the Buffalo Jaycees succeeding Richard W Echten-kamp He was elected Thursday evening in the Buffalo Council Knights of Columbus headquarters James M Cranz II was elected vice president RESTAURANT 2156 SHERIDAN DR 876-8233 Proudly Presents LOU POWERS QUINTET LOU POWERS Hass Player and Vocalist Also Starring MARILYN MANN RIDAY-SATURDAY ALSO A IRST OR THE RED LOBSTER EVERY TUES WED THURS THE TOMMY RAYE TRIO TOMMY — Bass Player and Vocalist JOE — Drums RANK—Aecordion OR RESERVATIONS 876-8233 Music Dancing Every Night Mary Jane Moran at the Hammond RANK & ROMEO Kings of the Honky Tonk" 824-6646 4 I - -16' £vXv KftUCUl OODS I hf J I is Hmm a-SA’i v 4 : I BON ® I I w 1 1 I SPil 'XaKAbs 2 29 r ill Uz ) 51$ -V A A O Hog n 1 u I 0 1 gl ' il J II u tt ' 5 I I W I w ©lull tie BMi 4 w I lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllN r frvT''w ruy ' 4 i 4 EE I iiiiitiii miiiii 11111111111111 nil I nun i i B 1 I® I'y xjs :nt t ( r t 3 1 r 1 J M'- r a I a A ' : 1 MMH THI! c 1 R St SERV A llr I iiiiisiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiie M Al -l u I r-i‘ A1 r t 4 u o I'll Wj u A'- i I V-- ' ' V DI rd I $1 °5 $

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