. M., JM. n. m INDEPENDENT (AM) Women dominate Grammy nominations . Â· Â· ; . , . J Â· ' - ' ' W . i ; NEW YORK (AP) _ Women have won prammy Awards ior ."record of tJie ,jeaf i 'ior i OPEN 6.45 (PC) ! "DARK STAR" AT 45ONLY ' . ' --nut-"THE OUTFIT" AT 7.00--10,00 . the past three years and men have won "album of me yea!'' uTamiTHes iOT !Â· it past tWU.-/-Â· : :---~-;-Â·--.Â· this year, in the nominations, four of five nominees for "record of the year" are women and four of five nominees for Â·"album of the year" are m'en. Roberta Flack's "Feel Like Makin' Love," Joni Mitchell's "Help Me," Maria Muldaur's-"Mid- night at the Oasis," Olivia Newton-John's "I Honestly Love You" and Elton John's "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" are competing for "record of theyear." To be eligible a record had to haye been released between Oct. 16, 1973, and Oct. 15 ; 1974. Winners will be announced at a tele- , vised award presentation in New York on March 1, based on votes of persons who work in the record industry and are members of t h e ' N a t i o n a l m A! S,15 ONLY --AND-"CINDERELLA LIBERTY" AT 6,30--10,30 UaNHTHEAtRES ROSSMOOR RATINGS G Genera! Audiences. All oges odmitted. J^ ffr Â· Parental Guidance suggested. |*W . .All ages odmitted. Reitricted. Persons under 17 "' not admitted unleÂ» ocoxnpanied AdultiOnly. tot^ under IB admitted. NOTE: f! two leatum have different ratings, the more restrictive rating prevails. , .. OPEN 2i30(R) "CHINESE GODFATHER' AT 4,15-7,35--11,00 "7 BLOWS OF THE DRAGON" AT 2:50--6:05--9,35 "LAST DAYS OF BRUCE LEE" At 5,30-9,15 k MANN THEATRES PALACE 30 PINE 436-4429 ANY SEAT H Kldi ft tenter Cillnni SO* OPEN ALL NIGHT OPENS 9:45 "SOYLENT GREEN ("THE WRATH OF GOD' 'TWO-LANE BLACKTOP' (M) Academy 0f Recording Arts and Sciences. Voting Â· ; . . . J^ . 19 OU|rpUDCU U/ UC i/MwCu v*i quality and?not- large sales: ..;Â·...-'-Â·Â·Â·-.-, ;:-Â·.Â·..-Â·.-Â·Â· Album of the year nominations are: Elton John's "Caribou," John Denver's "Back Home Again," Paul McCartney and Wings's "Band on the Run," Stevie Wonder's "Fulffflingness 1 First Finale" and Joni Mitchell's "Court and Spark." Wonder, who won five Grammies last year, has the most nominations -seven -- this year, three as a. performer, two as a songwriter and two as a producer. Songs nominated for song of the. year -- the award goes to the composer -- are: "Feel Like Makin' Love," "I Honestly Love You," "Midnight at the Oasis," "The Way We Were" and "You and Me Against the World." In the country music area, nominees for best female vocal performance are: Dolly Parton for "Jo- -lene;" Dottie West, "Last Time I Saw Him;" Anne Murray, "Love Song;" Tammy Wynette, "Woman to Woman;" and Tanya Tucker, "Would You'Lay with Me (in a Field of Stone)." Male.vocalists nominated are: Glen Campbell for "Bonaparte's Retreat;" Charley Pride, "Country Feelin';" Roy Clark, "The Entertainer;" Way- Ion Jennings, "I'm a Â·Ramblin' Man," and Ronnie Milsap, "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends." Duos and groups nominated are: Willie Nelson and Tracy Nelson, "After the Fire Is Gone;" Bobby Bare and Bobby Bare Jr., "Daddy What If;" the Pointer Sisters, "fairytale;" Kris Kristoffersn ^ink-Anns.".and"the Stetler Brothers, "Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott." 'Â· iuairiiiTiciiim Uuiitut6cÂ§; Chet Atkins and Merle Travis, "The Atkins- Travis Traveling 'Show;" Charlie McCoy and Barefoot Jerry, "Boogie Woogie;" Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, "Nashville Brass in Bluegrass Country;" Charlie McCoy, "The Nashville Hit Man," and Floyd Cramer, "The Young and the Restless;" " Best country mug: "A Very Special Love Song," l( ^.-.:-.-.s:i.-.!.-. " "Jf-U-'i Hal-i i t * Â·1iÂ«*w\Â«*rÂ«iÂ« : I ts iv -x*tivÂ«6is Â· : A . ! - . "I'm a Ramblin' Man" and "Paper Roses." . In best pop. rock and folk vocal performance categories', female nominees are: Cleo Laihe, "Cleo Laine Live at Carnegie Hall;" Joni Mitchell, "Court and Spark;" Roberta Flack, "Feel Like Makin' Love;" Olivia Newton-John, "I Honestly Love You," and Carole King, "Jazzman." Men nominated are: Harry Chapin, "Cat's in the Cradie;" Elton John, "Don't Let the Sun Go rt.... M _.. u n . Â» cu--:. ---_.._.,,..- ..... . ; T ;-- -JtCVK .Wonder," :: ?uifili5!igr.css' First Finale;" Billy Preston, "Nothing from Nothing," and Dave Loggins, "FlC-asO Come iu Boston." Dnos and groups nominated: Quincy Jones group, "Body Heat;" Paul McCartney and Wings, "Band on the Run;" Steely Dan, "RikH Don't Lose that Number;" Dionne Warwicke and the Spinners, "Then Â·Came You," and the Stylistics, "You Make Me Feel Brand New." IATE SHOWS EVEtr WIOAY Â· SATOiOAY. THE LONGEST YARDm H(it Â· MMIS CAÂ»M CINDERELLA LIBERTY (i) LAKtWOOO , CENTER WÂ«lÂ«-IM Ficutty il Candlewood 5319580 PAUL NEWMAN Â· IOIIIT IIO'OIB THE STING IPO) LAST OF SHEILA IPO) OPEN 11:10 P.M. LAKEWOOD -Â· CENTER VUK.INJ Faculty at dndlewKxf 531-9580 FOI ANIMAL lOVHil BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE (o) FUNNY CAR SUMMER (Â«! , OPEN 12:30 P.M; LONG HACK TOWNE WMK.IN Atlantic and Sjn Antonio 422 1221 CARHOll O'CONNOI . HNflT IOIGNINI LAW AND DISORDER iÂ» LORDS OF FLATBUSH (Â») WN.4II. OMN 1 Uf. I IKK. IMI .*. New thrill at Disney World PACIFIC DRIVE-IN SUPER SWAP MEETS Â· LONG BEACHDr.iwe-ln-Wednesdays-ram Io3pm Sat.A Sun.-Bam to 4pm tVERHONT Drive-In- Sai.s Sun.-eamtoapm Family Fun! Profits! Bargains Galore!_ LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (UPI) - Card Walker, entrepreneur of fantasy, is not too worried that money is tight. Reassured by history, he is still spending it by the millions. Walker, president of Walt Disney Productions, says "people tend to go out and do things, look for entertainment, when they're having a difficult time," Walker told UPI. "They tend to save money to get away from their problems." To underscore the optimism of the Disney organization, a $20 million thrill ride was officially opened at Walt Disney World this week. That's more than it cost to open the original Disneyland park 20 years ago. Walker, who presided at the festivities, said that even during the troubled 1930s, the entertainment business thrived. "I was raised during the depression," he said. "Movies then did a terrific business." Space Mountain, a huge indoor roller coaster sponsored by RCA, is the newest addition to Disney World, which has seen record .attendance since Christmas. Moonwalker Jim Irwin, the lunar module pilot of Apollo 15, took part in the ceremonies, along with astronauts Scott Carpenter and Gordon Cooper. They also took a ride in the RCA machine, which suppossedly simulates space travel. "It's almost as rough as the ride on the Saturn 5," said Irwin, who has retired front the space program. "It's about as rough as staging." Carpenter, who landed 250 miles off target on his Mercury journey, said simply, "well done." And Cooper commented, "Can we go again?" t oljM im Admission Discount Coupon am M tm CO All Seats $1 'til 7:00 P.M. Mon.-Thurs. 1U Each timothy Bottoms Warren. Gates . Lou Gossctt [Limit? with Coupon -'" UIT and in Joseph Bottoms ,-lf/7*Jt r , Deborah Baffin (*%.''*) Open '6530 B Â·Â· Musi Present This Ad (714) 828-1660 CYPRESS TWIN "CHALLENGE TO BE FREE" Â«o, and "DIGBY" , The Biggest Dog in the World 3 Located at Ball Walker City of Cypress JOHN VOIGHT "THE ODESSA FILE" Plus BUSTER 'N BILLIE" Won. thru Fri.Open 6:15pm -Sat. t Sun.-6pm Â· Shows Start 6:45 Children 6 thru1l-50( Â· Children Under 6 Free! LONG If *CH CIRCU " 101 Hiway and Lakewood Blvd 439.9513 10 TOP STAtS Â»ll STAI CUT AIRPORT T975 IPS) MY NAME IS NOBODY (Â«i LOHGMACN LAREWOOO DRIVI-IN Carson at Cherry 4249931 AIL NEW blsKIT Hit (1.) ISUND TOP OF WORLD w-~ '2. CHARIOT OF THE GODS is) 3.) DISNEY'S/WINNIE POOH (0) ; --, (X)~HO ONE UNDEt IB (X) ~^|^/(1.) AFTER SCHOOL TEACHHS (1C ? , ,,/"*Â»,,/M TEACH ME IONIOHI |X] H | S)nu re Ave I S 'J WA,/ (3.] PBIVAIE LESSONS (X) 834 "-^(Jaijoigj^.) AROUND WOULD fANHT HII C*MOU O'CONNOI EINEST BOIONINt LAW AND DISORDER (i) LORDS OF FLATBUSH (PCI* AU ACTION SHOW! (1.) CHINESE GODFATHER (i) (2.)HONEYBABY,HONEY8ABY(PG (3.) BRUCE LEE'S FINAL PAYS SPACIOout omtir STRANOELOVE GENERATION DARK STAR (GI THE CLONES IPO) All ACTION SHOW1 (1.) CHINESE GODFATHER (i) 2. BRUCE LEE'S FINAL DAYS '3.1 EASY RIDER (Â») ONLY AXEA DtlVE-fH SHOWING) Al MCIHO GODFATHER PART II m NIGHTLY AT 6:45 A 10:15 P.M. SOUT, NO PASSiSI COHPTOM COMPTON DIIV10N .'Â·Â·Â·; AIL ACTION SHOW! '-(1.) 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AIRPORT 1975 ONLY DRIVE-IN SHOWING! 10 TOP STARS EARTHQUAKE IPO) NIGHTLY AT 6:45 A 9:45 P.M. SORRY, NO PASSES! AN OUTRAGEOUS PARODY OF YESTERYEARS'SUPER HEROES! FOUGHT THEM ALL... WITH HIS MASTER KUNGFU ' FISTS SÂ«PÂ»YeS SPCCIAITV HOUSE ASIZZLIBGSUCE OFRAW'UFE! MOVIE, 43S-5S72 345 E. Ocean Blvd., Open Daily at 9:45 AM Open All Night PUSSYCAT, 328-6375 Carson at Cravens, Open Daily 12 Noon to Midnight SimUW Ml (MS IBSiFfl HU06I1IS nil MM Â«* Mural tf i'Â« MHM ed If iÂ« DM ml MM Bim W Iterate [rate MIR 8. HI -SECOND ADULT HIT! BONUS!! "The Final Days of BRUCE LEE the same program Come See Our New TWIN JON VOIGHT 'THE ODESSA FILE" PG An all NEW film... honey baby honey babg THE DAY OF THE JACKAL 4275 Atlantic Ave. Long Beach Â· 424-2619 Son Diego Fwy. Belldower Blvd. Long Beach Â· 425-7422 Everything for your movie-going pleasure CO-HIT "THE OUTFIT" iÂ«) CO-HIT "THE CLONES" SHOWING NOW! DAILY AFTER 6 P.M. AND SAT. SUN. PlinFR IROIIHD AT SHADY ACBES HiNlflTURE COIF! 5555 LONG BEACH BLVD. 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