Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 13, 1970 · Page 21
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Theater Week By WILLIAM GLOVER AP Dram* Critic NEW YORK (AP) - "Room Service" was installed anew Tuesday night at the Edison Theater, a 1937 whiz with some 1970 wheeze, but still tolerably amusing. All the farcical liijinks about a bunch of novices fast-talking a hit play into being stands as one of Broadway's best showbiz satires. The text is still valid, but the performance is less than totally satisfying. It isn't until Ihe company directed by Harold Stone is well into the middle act that more than the twinkly light frame which surrounds the stage begins to glow. While the whole dizzy plot premise is being set up, the actors cudgel lines so fast and loudly that drollery is almost obliterated. Ron Leibman, usually typecast in roles of incipient psychosis, works desperately to convert some ornate mannerisms into comic represcnlation of the shoestring producer flimflamming his way to success. Leibman and his cohorts settle into a more persuasive tempo when Michael Lombard comes on for an hilarious turn as a waiter auditioning for a chance to act. Reinforcing the subsequent merriment are defl performances by Darrell Zwerling, almost-angel of the inner show; Alek Primrose, a myopic doctor and Joel Wolfe, collector of bad debts. In an ear largely Intent on more meaningful drama, the frankly escapist mood of "Room Service" is undeniably attrac tive. If you aren't too insisten on the sort of perfection that the Marx brothers brought to such scampers, relax and enjoy, Brezhnev Meets With Castro's Little Brother MOSCOW (-AP). - Sovie Communist party leader Leoni I. Brezhnev met Tuesday wit Raul Castro, Cuba's armec forces minister. Defense Minister Andrei A Grechko also was present, ind eating military matters wer taken up. "The meeting passed in an a mosphere of cordial friendshi and complete mutual undet standing," reported the officia Soviet news agency Tass. It said, "An exchange of op nions took place on topical prol Jems in the international situa tion in the light of the intens fying aggressive actions of im peralist reaction in variou parts of the world," but gave n details. Castro, younger brother of F del.Castro, came here to reprc sent his country for the April" centenary of Lenin's birth. You're Invited! Centennial Health Fair ·1:00-9:00 p.m., Mon.-Sat, May 11-16 1:00-6:00 p.m., Sunday, May 17 Community Building Free (No Admission) OBSERVE SAFETY -- Beginning this spring Greeley police officers are taking note, not just of violations by bicycle operators, but also of bicyclists who pedal safely. Here Officer James Coleman watches as Sam Roybal, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Roybal, 1304 4th St., signals a left turn at an intersection. This is a cooperative effort with the Greeley Boy's Club, Greeley Optimist Club and the Greeley Police Department. All youngsters cited by police for safe operation of their bicycles will receive certificates and be eligible for a monthly award given by the Optmist Club. The first such award will be presented May 14. This will be a year around program. (Tribune photo by Paul Edscorn) Buffet Lunch Slated After Graduation The University Center Commission will sponsor a Graduation Buffet Luncheon in the Cen- ;er from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 30, following commencement. The main entree will be baked dam and fried chicken and guests are invited to have all they can eat. The buffet is open to graduating students, their families and friends. Admission will be by reservation only with tickets available at the University Cen ter until Monday, May 25, at ' p.m. Dave Atherton, president of the commission, encourage. 1 graduates to enjoy this last get- together with classmates. 'ed., May 13, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE 2930 S. llth Ave. Adults $1.25 Children Under 12 Free "THE YEAR'S BEST COMEDY!" -SATURDAY flEVIEW AFRANKOVICH PRODUCTION FOR COLUMBIA ENJOY OUR SNACK Bike Riders Must Observe 'Driver Responsibilities "There are probably morel kids riding bikes on roads today than ever before, and our responsibility as adults, parents or interested citizens is to see| to it that they continue to ride in safety," Acting Chief Carrol H. Long, of the Greeley Police Department said today. "Latest available statistics indicate there are more than 44 million bicycles being ridden by people," "and as the the PLANTATION SUPPER CLUB 3528 South llth Ave. WESTERN MUSIC Dance to Jim Morris and the Westerners Thursday - Friday - Saturday FINE FOODS · STEAKS · LOBSTER CHICKEN over 60 million Chief continued, summer season approaches, more and more youngsters will e using them for fun, transpor- ition, and recreation. Motorists nust share the road with them nd You Have Seen The World's GREATEST BELLY DANGER Little Egypt On BATMAN, MERV GRIFFIN, JOHNNY CARSON, MIKE DOUGLAS, and the Broadway Hit Show "GIDEON".,. now see her live at THE HITCHING POST INN Cheyenne TWO PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY IN THE SHOW LOUNGE telligently parents and courteously, must make sure hat they and their children live p to their own responsibilities." Chief Long advised parents to ee to it that their youngsters' icycles are thoroughly inspect- d by a knowledgeable mech- nic, and noted that many bi- ycle retailers were offering free ike inspections throughout May, which is celebrated as American Bike Month. Brakes, ights, reflectors, chains, spokes ires, gearing devices and other ·Hal parts should be checked adjusted and repaired, he said. 'Today's youngster leads an ctive life,"' Chief Long said, 'and uses his bike for practic- lly everything. Obviously, the like takes a lot of abuse. Thai's 'hy a thorough preventive maintenance inspection is a ,ood idea." The veteran police official it on to say that parents ave the additional respponsibil- ty of making sure their children and observe safe cycling )rocedurcs. "What many people don't rea- ize," he said, "is that a bicycle considered a vehicle, Ihe e as an automobile, and that most of the same rules of vehi- ular traffic apply lo bikes. Therefore, such regulations as seeping to Ihe righl and observ- ng stop signs, red lights and ine-way streets apply to bicycl- sls as well as motorists." The bicyclist should consider himself a bicycle driver, driv- ng a vehicle in and with the stream of Iraffic. It is his responsibility to drive safely." Many community groups am veterans organizations cooper ale with the bicycle industry in celebrating American B i k e Month by conducting commu nily-wide bicycle safely pro grams, inspections, rodeos field days and races. "These programs," Chief Long said, "deserve our complete cooperation and support. Riding a bicycle is part of Ihe life pattern of American children. We should see to it that it remains a safe, pleasurable and healthy activity." To help parents instruct their children in safe bicycle driving techniques, Chief Long passed along the following safe bike driving code, received from the Bicycle Institute of America. 1. Obey all traffic regulations, lights, stop signs, one-way streets. 2. Keep right. Ride single file. Don't weave in and out, swerve, race or stunt in traffic. Never :)itch a ride on a truck or other vehicle. 3. For night riding, be sure to lave a white light in front and a red light or state-approved re- Blackmun Happy With Outcome ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) Judge Harry A. Blackmun, confirmed Tuesday by the Senate as a new U.S. Supreme Court justice, said he was indebted lo President Nixon for his confidence, and to the Senate for its sent." In a prepared statement, Blackmun said, "I am troublcc by an awareness of the awesome responsibility of this new assipnment. T sincerelv hnnr ector in the rear. Have a clear- ounding horn or bell to warn .hers of your approach. 4. Slow down at all intersec- ons, look both ways, then pro- eed with caution. 5. Always give pedestrians the ight of way. 6. Watch out for cars pulling nlo traffic or for doors opening. 7. Don't carry passengers or ackages that interfere with our vision or control. 8. Always use proper hand ignals for stopping and tuning- MOVIE RATINGS FOR PARENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE Tfcl objfcliva at the ratings Is to Wom fwnmft about the sutHbititr it NWfc content for viowtng by tr*r«MMm G ' AU AGES AD UIT7 ED General Audiences *r"s. rtTfe ALL AGES AWHTTTO ·jF* Parental GuldantaSniflejteil ftj Un1*r 17 requires iceompfnyhg ·*·»· Parent cr Mult GUfrtfffl -3£» /^^\ NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED I jC ) ( A 9B |im 't may viry V__^X f(1 certain areas) ML 0 [CSS w IS mww«r* TwsiLu.tiS^ ormt mrrui R=TU*C coat OF inMcouumt CINEMA 35 Ft. Collins .TWIN \ THEATRES "353-8484 »2333W. 28th WINNER OF 4 ACADEMY AWARDS is the best American** comedy since sound caraef William Tally 8th at 8th EVERY THURSDAY Kit f have the character and :ie strength and the intellectual apacily adequately to fulfill The judge told newsmen that 'resident Nixon had telephoned im a few moments after the Senate's unanimous approval to ongralulate him. "He was very gracious," said he 61-year-old jurist, who de- lined to say more about the :onversation. "I think one shouldn't quote the President ever," he added. He said he did not know when e and Mrs. Blackmun would be noving lo Washington, D.C., foi he swearing-in ceremony. " Judge Blackmun was elevatec after serving 11 years on Ihe 8th ircuit Court of Appeals in St [xniis, Mo. He had mainlained a liome and office in Rochesler. IK M 1WBIU.1 BSCWCIISIMG COWWIS. MC. T CINfMM* PilfASISGCWKlMJKH EVERY DAY SPECIAL 97c LUNCHEON , NATK5NAIGFNWAI PICTURES Pr«w» ! GREGORY · EVA MARIE ! PECK SAINT I M a P*fcu1» MuHiflan Prooucfcon of i THE SlALKING MOON | TECHNICOLOR' '· FWUMSION' l! BOTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID 7:30 and 9:30 -s:{RJ THE KREMLIN LETTER World War HI.., In An Envelope!, a BIBI ANDFRSSON· RICHARD BOONE· NIGEL GREEN · DEAN JAGGER· LILA KEOROVA-MICHAEL MACLIAMMOII PATRICK O'NEAL-BARBARA PARKINS-GEORGE SANDERS-MAX VON SYDOW-ORSON WELLES StartsToday! 352-0245 706 Eighth Ave. GAILY, GAILY at 7:18 OUT OF IT at 9:08 PLUS! Star of Midnight Cowboy OF IHE YEAR! onal Board ot R Some boys have everything KENNEDY CRONYN BRIDGES KEITH Now Playing through Saturday X RATED FOR ADULTS ONLY COUNTRY GIRL Jn Technicolor 7 9:50 Plus THE COMMITTEE 8:15 Starts Sunday Russ Meyers Film Festival His two greatest hits Vixon and Finders Keepers Lovers Weepers west oi Greeley on Pkonc }53 0317 Movies Arc Bottc' Than Ever STARTS TONIGHT! -PLUS Box Office Opens at 7:30, Show Time Dusk Come Out Early And Enjoy A Treat In The Snack Bar WIDE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT

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