Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 28, 1976 · Page 13
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Sat., Feb. 28.1976 CRKELEY (Colo.) T H I H U N K 13 THE LOCKHORNS 'HAVE A PRINK MO UNWINP, BECAUSE I HAVg SOME NEW6 THAT MIGHT f?E-WINC ItXJ." Schulz likes 'Snoopy' By ALICE Z. CUNEO SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Cartoonist Charles Schulz says the biggest kick in his 25 years of Peanuts was the opening of "Snoopy!!!," the latest theatrical tribute to his multi-million dollar beagle.' "Snoopy!!!," the sequel to 1%7's "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" (one of the biggest money-making plays in American theater'history) features Peanuts characters introduced over the past five years, including a five-foot, 85-pound mute bird "Woodstock," played by Cathy Cahn. Woodstock, who generally plays Snoopy's "straight man," is a big hit among youngsters -- contrary to what Schulz recalls as the first public reaction to the bird in the strip. He said he got letters from Peanuts fans complaining his "innocent little character" was spoiling the strip because it should just be about kids. "Nothing has over given me more of a thrill than finally being able to hear people laugh at lines I wrote years ago," Schulz said at a recent performance in San Francisco's Little Fox Theater. Schulz said making Snoopy think was a major turning point in the Peanuts comic strip's history. "I was intrigued by the way people talk to their dogs and I just imagined how the dog responds," he said. The artist once owned a beagle named Snoopy, but Schulz said me dog got into fights with another family became "so violent we had to trade him away." · - · . * · · . ociiuit now nns three rfogs, none of which is a beagle. The man who handles Schulz 1 business, Warren Lockhart, is author and co-producer of "Snoopy!!!" He said he decided to open the show on the West Coast because the "East Coast economy wasn't going well and why follow a tradition that you have to open in New Haven?" "We're not 'Chorus Line' but we're fun and we give 'em their money s worth," he said. Lockhardt, president . of Charles M. Schulz Associates, said he believes there's a need in show business for entertainment that leaves people feeling they had a good evening. "To me that's more fun than doing 'Towering Inferno'," he said. Lockhart said '1x3 wants to let the San Francisco public "decide whether we had a hit or not." The response from botli the public and the critics has been so positive he thinks the show will run for three years in this city and will play in cities around the country for one to two years. "After all, it's a series of vignettes and I can cut lines periodically and make it more contemporary." "Snoopy! ! !" opens I h i s spring in Los Angeles, Washington, Philadelphia, and possibly Detroit, and in Boston this fall. "I'm not going to go trotting into New York -- we've had overtures - but we want to be certain New York wants us," said Lockhardt, who was nominated for an Emmy for co- producing the NBC-Hallmark Hall of Fame's "The Borrowers." The songs in "Snoopy! ! ! " touch on the trials of life -"Sit up! Lie down! Roll over! Play dead!"; the torments of students pleading "Please don't call on me today;" the warmth uf Iiuiuc in a tribute to [lie "Daisy Hill" puppy f a r m ; and - . . Songs -- "Poor Sweet Baby" and "Just One Person." In all, the music is reminiscent of (lie score of "Charlie Brown." The performance ends with a silhouette of Snoopy on his cartoon-like dog house with Charlie Brown . Your Dailyiuu, from the CARROLL RIGHTER INSTITUTE FORECAST FOR MONDAY, MARCH I, 1976 G E N E R A L T E N D E N C I E S : Y o u could have unexpected annoyances, but in ways not evident there's a ctunce to gain an awareness of what is happening about you. Inner peace now can be easily attained. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Take care of little tacks that are annoying so that you regain peace of mind. You can now advance in career matters. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) A good friend could tax your patience today, so keep busy at work you have to do. Uie new method for gaining your aim. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Be sure not to do anything that would upset a higher-up today. Take corrective steps to improve your credit. Be alert. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You have too many commitments to meet before you engage in new interests. Show more affection for mate. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make sure you handle your part of any agreements you have made with others. Show more patience with the one you love. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Try to please an associate and you cement far better relations for the future. Maintain equilibrium with everyone. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Forget the outside world for the time being and try to improve your regular routines. Take needed health treatments. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Don't spend beyond your means right now or you could dig too deep into your reserves. Rise above petty annoyances. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Remain poised at horns today and avoid unpleasant results. A new plan needs more study to become successful. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Improve your relations with regular allies and encourage them more instead.of criticizing them. Be logical. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Study your financial situation well so that you know precisely where you are headed. Strive for true happiness. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Take steps to improve your physical and mental health via the right treatments. A time to make plans for the future. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he or she may feel that one has to fight for what Is wanted instead cf using the more serene and practical approach. Give as fine an education as you can to bring out the natural talents. Intelligent discipline is important. "The Surs impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! Carroll Righter's Individual Forecast for your sign for March is now ready. For your copy send your birthdate arid $1 to Carroll Rightcr Forecast (name of newspaper), P.O. Box 629, Hollywood, Calif. 90028. ((c) 1976, McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) 3635 W. 10th St., GREELEY Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. FEBRUARY 29 SALE ENDS AT 6:00 P.M. SUNDAY, RED HOT WEEKEND SPECIALS HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS ZEE COUNTRY GARDEN NAPKINS it 140 count 39 DISPOSABLE fefc±;- More absorbent NEWBORN 24's and TODDLER 12's DAYTIME 24's OVERNIGHT 18's ZEST BAR SOAP Bath Size BARS FOR 'l 00 WET ONES MOIST TOWELFTTES 69* W W 70 sheets GROCERIES JOHN WORRELL COLD CUTS CHOPPED Ham6oz. BOLOGNA lib. QUAKER OATS Regular or Old Fashioned 18 oz. BISQUICK BUTTERMILK BAKING '1 SHURFRESH ICE CREAM Vanilla and Chocolate TREE TOP APPLE CIDER 1 Quart 03 03 57' FOOD KING SHORTENING 3lbs. $119 SMUCKER'S GRAPE JELLY 69* 18 oz. 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