Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 27, 1976 · Page 27
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Fri.,Feb.27,1J7( GREELEYColo.) TRIBUNE 27 RABIES VACCINATION C u i N I G SATURDAY, FEBRUARY A3 10 TO ^ DISTEMPER SHOTS GREEUEY LICENSES WINTERSET INN 1 STEVE PELLICAN featuring performing nightly Special -- Friday Saturday DINNER FOR TWO 7.95 Complete Ribeye Steak Dinner Best Western Highway 85, Evans 353-2492 'Hindenburg' wins 2 Oscars HOLLYWOOD (DPI) -The movie "The Hindenburg" has won (wo Oscars. The Motion Picture Academy announced Wednesday that the film about the last voyage of the huge German dirigible had been selected to receive special awards for achievements in visual effects and sound effects. The Oscars, to be presented at the annual award ceremonies March 29, go to Albert Whillock and Glen Robinson for visual effects and Peter Berkos for sound effects. The visual and sound effects categories were once part of the regular Oscar lineup, but have been eliminated from the annual awards list. The academy's board of governors selects a winner only in those years when the governors feel there was "an exceptional contribution" in those iields to a movie. Anthony Newley has a lot in common with his most famous character, Littlechap from "Slop the World, I Want to Get Off." Both are baffled, disenchanted with the world as they find it and unsure where they are going. New York. 600. Picture. CLOSED Saturday, March 6 to complete our remodeling downstairs. Visit us in two weeks when we reopen downstairs as der Spielkeller rnjKBI PROMISES ANOTMKH 80 NEW YORK (AP) - At a concert here by pianist Jose Iturbi in the week of his 80th birthday, Iturbi was given both the Lincoln Center Medallion and a certificate of appreciation from the city. Iturbi responded by saying, "Your greetings are very encouraging. I promise you that the next 80 years I'm going to practice my piano." The concert began with Iturbi conducting the Rochester Philharmonic in the "Overture to "Hie Marriage of Figaro.'" Then he played, with them, concertos by Haydn, Mozart and Mendelssohn and Franck's "Symphonic Variations," following that with three solo piano encores. 19th Colorado Sports Boot 4 Ttavel Show denver coliseum \ complex mar. 2-7 SIX BIG DAYS. Tuesday Thru Friday EXHIBIT HOURS 6-11PM STAGE SHOWS 815PM Saturday Sunday GENERAL ADMISSiON: Adulls: S? / Children (6-12) $ 90(Children Under 6 Fiee) include* 10% Otam Faciltltet Tit PARKING: North Lo1(E 47mS Humboldl) S 50 / Coliseum LoiSI SPECIAL FEATURES: Troul Fishing / Shark World Exhibit Collieum Artna Baals · Fishing "Travel Spoiling Goods Accessories · Slage Sho Collnum Arcidt t Lonvr Witl Concount Spoil Vehicles · Boats Coliseum Concouft* Boats · Molorcyclcs Campers · Accessories HV Hall No. 1 Upper Level Recreational Vehicles to. 1 Lowtr Level RV Hill No. 2 Campers' Mntoi Ho , Spo(ls . Poor Wodd'Trampolm Deneuve wins Archangel award UBCHBt Listen tow good ourcountry sounds Catherine Dencuvc poses with her trophy afttr being awarded the 1975 Cinema Archangel in Paris Wednesday night. The 'Entertainment' opens Cannes Film festival award goes to the most popular French actress. (AP Wirepholo) HOLLYWOOD - Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer's "That's Entertainment, Part 2" has been selected to open tire 30lh Annual Cannes International Film Festival on May 13. it was jointly announced by Frank E. Hosenfelt, MGM president and chief executive officer, and Maurice Bessy, Festival director "We are delighted that the Cannes Festival Committee chose "Thai's Entertainment, Part 2' to open its 1970 program because it typifies the fine and exciting contribution made by MGM to the an of the motion picture," Rosenfelt said. "And it also seems to be a most appropriate film to represent the U n i t e d States in this, our Bicentennial year." "That's Entertainment, Part 2" is the joyous encore to MGM's highly successful " T h a t ' s E n t e r t a i n m e n t ! " which achieved a spectacular box office success throughout the world. The new film, in addition to spotlighting great MGM movies of the past, also features new sequences in MUSIC GRANTS WASHINGTON ( D P I ) - T h e Nalional Endowment for the Arts has announced $8.02 million in grants to 100 symphony orchestras throughout the U.S. Total grants for fiscal 1976 arc projected at S8.4 million, including $6.1 million in federal funds and $2.3 million from private sources available through the Endowment's treasury fund. The lolal is $1.04 million more than in 1975, and compares with an initial $1.8 million in 1970, when 40 orchestras benefited. The 1976 granls range from $4,500 for the Dululh (Minn.) Civic Symphony Association and $5.150 for Ihe Kalamnzoo (Mich.) Symphony Society. Inc., to $350,00) for Ihe Nalional Symphony Orchestra Association nf Washington, D.C., and $300.000 each to Ihe Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and (he Houston Symphony Society. which the performing hosts of the motion picture, Fred Aslairc and Gene Kelly appear Ingether for only (he second time in their film careers. Fstes! . . . and tn|oy Ihe plir.heit of Holiday tnn faciliMet at the ittwly remodeled tnn In Cites Park. Feature! the Holl. dome . . . with netted, covered much mart. Look into our fabuloui PACKAGE SPEC I A L S . . . CROSS COUNTRY SKIERS HIDDEN VALLEY SKIERS MINI-VACATION ROCKY MOUNTAIN RETREAT PAMPERED IN PINK GET-AWAY-FROM-IT-ALL HOLIDAY HIDE-A-WAY HONEYMOONER'S LOVE-IN GOLFER'S "LOST BALL" PACKAGE Visit the Alpental Restaurant (Operated by 1h* owner* ofthtMoorHouw) For Brochurtt 4 mort Information, all or Write: Holiday Inn of Eitei Park. P.O. Box 1441, Eifei Park, Colo. IOS17. Phone SU.11H INDOW TUN CENTCR munchy crispy yummy pizza 1819 9th St. For Carry-Out Service Phone 353-1985

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