Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 13, 1973 · Page 28
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Kri., April «. H73 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE » Movie theater fined $100,000 KW YORK (AP) - A mid- movie theater was fined $100,000 Thurs. for showing the movie "Deep Throat," which ?'' "''lias beentuled obscene. ·»i,h'V.', Criminal Court Judge Joel ii-iij f.fyler said the fine, levied i ^against 'Mature Enterprises, f Inc., was "not excessive" and I.: 1 ').:. $' a - g « W ell within the means of '·*' -"'defendants to pay and would I'-' -accomplish the intent" of the state's obscenity statute, "n-ci'- The 62-minute' film, which '''"·''opened at the New World !'!·£ tiqlieater-on June 12,'was de- ·' '(Ascribed in Judge Tyler's March 1 ruling as a "nadir of'dec- adence." ·" · ··· · The film has grossed nationwide more than $3.2 million. The theater said it would ap peal the fine. Resilient flooring that comes in sheet or roll form can be laid down directly over an old floor covering, but it is important to look for protruding nail heads, high edges on board or old tiles, and any other irregularities that might interfere 'with a smooth installation. COMING ONE NIGHT ONLY Friday, May 4th 3 Performances 9:00-1:30' RAMADA INN Hwy.85 South of Grecley AYVONNEJONES WITH HER OWN NASHVILLE ESCORTS Direct from Music City, Nashville, Tenn. "Ayvonne Jones" is the brightest recording star on'the Nashville Country-Western Scene today. DON'TMISSHER Admission $2.00 per person Tickets Available Beginning April 9 At Ramada Inn's Lobby BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED Thief Who Come to Dinner' opens Friday at Wilshire QUINTO - Handicrafts are responsible for 37 per cent of Ecuador's manufacturing output. "Better things through progress," says Webster McGee (Ryan O'Neal), as he- quits his job as a computer analyst to become, what he terms, an "honest" thief. He's divorced, he's young, he's personable and bright, and he becomes a jewel Ihief. He teaches himself .ill the tricks, finds a willing fence in Peams (Ned Beatty) and makes the Ilenderling mansion his first heist. The robbery is a success, the jewels are.adequate; and to give his new enterprise panache, Webster leaves the black king from a chess set at the scene. ' I n addition to the jewels. Webster finds some incrimination in the documents of the Henderling heist which he uses to black m a i l Henderling (Charles C i o f f i ) into introducing him, at a dinner party, to his circle of wealthy Houston, Tex., socialites. At the same party Webster also meets Laura Keaton (Jacqueline Bisset) a beautiful, but bankrupt, young socialite who is not only fascinated with Webster but with his new , profession. They team up and start a happy and profitable partnership. "The Thief Who Came To' Dinner" will start Friday at the Wilshire Twin Theater. , Cables End CARRY OUT SERVICE PIZZA AND BEER 354-4M7 llOSJSthAve «--* · * · KERSEY INN Kersey, Colo. VIRG ALLEN and the Mavericks Friday - Saturday - Sunday Largest dance floor in the area. Seating for over 200 *"*-'·····' Friday Night Special--''"--·--· Roast Beef or Rocky $ 1 CA Mountain Oysters I · Jw Serving from 6:30-9:00 Nashville songstress The pretty blonde smiling at you here is Ayvonne Jones (the Ayvonne lady?), one of the newest and brightest artists to emerge on the Country and Western scene, who will appear at 9 p.m. Friday, May 4, at the Ramada Inn. Appearing with her will be her own band, the Nashwille Escorts. ,*DULr THEATRES XXX ^ Mini G roo Icy Cinema at the MINI FLICK Grteley |THE CURIOUS TEENAGER 7 io:io THECHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB 8:30 Late showing Fri. Sat. 11:30 at CINEMA 35 Fort Collins JENNIFER79:30 ROSEBBUD8:2010:40 . Late showing Sal. 11:30 / New entertainment policy announced at Ramada Inn · ? · i Lounge FEATURING Chuck West AND HIS Explosive Country Music Sound And Show WED. THRU SAT. 9:00-1:30 Under New Management OPEN SUNDAY 11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Don Milks, manager of the Ramada Inn, Thursday announced plans to bring some of the finest entertainment talent Dr. Hutcherson attends music convention Dr. Hita Hutcherson. Chairman of the University of Northern Colorado Piano Department, attended the Music Teachers National Association Auditions and Convention held in Philadelphia last week. While there, she saw several former students, including Dr. James Lyke of Illinois University who. as national chairman of Group Piano Instruction, had planned three of the · Convention sessions. While in Philadelphia, Dr. Hutcherson coached former students John Irwin, piano chairman of Central Michigan University and Val Underwood of Manhattan School of Music in recital programs currently in preparation. available in the country to the Ramada for the pleasure of music lovers in this area. The shows generally will be for one night only and will consist of various types of entertainment such as Country and Western variety shows; comedians, Dixieland bands and some of the old bands that are still available, Milks said. All performances will be given in the Hamada Ballroom and each will be announced as they became available. Milks said the first performance under his new policy will be Country and Western singer Ayvonne Jones on May 4. Her songs, showmanship and versatility have resulted in many successful appearances including the Eddie Hill, Ralph Emery and Bobby Lord shows. Eddie Miller also will be performing in the Ramada I-ounge playing the organ and piano, Milks said. MGM signs Robert Ryan Robert. Ryan has been signed by producer Carter De Haven to co-star in Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer's "The Outfit" joining Robert Duvall, Karen Dlack and Joe Don Baker in the suspense- drama. John Flynn is directing from his own screenplay, based on the hard- hitting novel by Richard Stark. Ryan is returning to MGM where he starred in the recently released "Lolly-Madonna" with Kod Steiger. The PlflflTflTIOn If GAK «,d lOIUTCR OR mnK and CRAB for TWO enli| 19.95 /ATURDAY A 17th century missionary, John Eliot, converted more than 1200 American Indians to Christianity after he translated the Bible into the Indian dialect spoken in Massachusetts. Hillsiii Mill . Between Woolco and Purr's NOW SHOWING ANOTHER GREELEY EXCLUSIVE! I j I if i FUFU CHINESE FOOD Best in Colorado--"Try It!!" Mongolian Fire Pofs! 905 16th Street Carry Out--Call 353-1877 oose Events DANCE Saturday, April 14 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Music by AL HOLMAN Members and Guests Welcome A MOTION PICTURE THAT CELEBRATES THE TIMELESS IOYOF ORIGINAL INNOCENCE. PARAMOUNTPICTURIS reniM* AFItMhY Franco zeFFireiU HIS EIRST FILM SINCE -ROMEO IUUET" "eroTHersun siSTertvioon" |pO| uEB KCHNICOLOR 1 PANAVISION" A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Box Office Opens at 6:30, Showtime 7 and 9 PANCAKE SUPPER Kersey Lions Club Saturday, April 14, 5-8 p.m. Matte Valley H. S. Cafetorium ALL YOU CAN EAT Adults · $1.25 Children - 75' (under 12) Now the Colonel has Extra Crispy too, (and its great)! The Colonel's done it again. Now there are two delicious kinds of chicken at Kentucky Fried Chicken --the Colonel's lamous Original Recipe, and his new Extra Crispy. He's found ,1 way lo cook chicken with an extra crispy crust outside- and still keep it tender and juicy inside. And. he'd be mighty pleased if you'd try some. Of course, if you still prefer .his original recipe, he's happy too. The beauty of it all is that now you can get both kinds at Kentucky Fried Chicken: this town's finest crispy chicken, plus the Colonel's famous original recipe. And, they're both finger lickin' good! Visit the Colonel. -^The place in town for two kinds of chicken* ® 811 23rd St. and 2501 W. 10th St.

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