Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 14, 1973 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, April 14, 1973
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Sat., April 14,1S73 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 19 Arthur Freed dies at 78 Wayne drops West for police work i HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Arthur' Freed, an award-winning movie producer/who broke into show business writing songs for the Marx brothers vaudeville act; is dead of a heart attack at 78. , Freed, who died Thursday in UCLA Medical Center, won best-picture Academy Awards for the musicals, "American in Paris" and "Gigi." He was president of the academy for four years and in 1954 was president of the Screen Producers Guild. boat," "Annie Get Your Qua," "Meet Me in St. Louis," "The Band Wagon," "Easter Parade," "Cabin in the Sky," "Take Me Out to the Bal- Igame," and "Silk Stockings." Freed was born in Charleston, S.C. After Army service in World War I, he teamed with Nacio Herb Brown as a song writer to produce such hits as "All I Do is Dream of You," ^^ ^ "Singing In the Ram," "You Were Meant for Me" and "Our Love Affair." HOLLYWOOD - John Wayne will star as a police detective in "Me Q.," an original contemporary drama scripted by Lawrence Roman. Batjac Productions, Levy- Gardner-Laven Productions and Roman finalized negotiations with Warner Bros, to produce "Me Q." with filming scheduled to begin soon. Michael Wayne will be and Jules and recently finished "Cahill, United States Marshal," both for Warners. Novelist John O'Hara died at age 65 on April 11, 1970. bbte Eri DCUVHSNZnilEE*' 35S-4M7 1105 26th An. , CLIP AND SAVE 1.00 $1.00 OFF EACH DINNER WITH THIS COUPON Coupon good only on dinners $2.80 and up. Dinners include all you can eat from our salad table. Roman is co POST 'N' PIKE RESTAURANT producer. A doctor 'for 'he I H w *-« a n d 3 4 B *pass TMAve.South,_Greeley _ _ - .... Surviving are his wife, Rene, ( . ,,, .,, b ' ·--~J^T .Among his motion picture, and a daughter, Barbara Saltz- nounced snortlv 'Singing in the Rain, iuu Leyy and Arthur Gardner wjn produce. credits were Rain," "Brigadoon," in the 'Show- From one Lady MacBeth to another * Dame Judith Anderson, right, has some Jdramatic pointers for Metropolitan Opera star JGrace Bumbry at the Anderson home in Santa {Barbara, Calif., recently. Miss Bumbry is pre- Jparing for Verdi's operatic version of Shake- gpear's "Macbeth," which opens at New York's Metropolitan Opera in June, then goes on the road lo Allanla, Memphis, Dallas and Minneapolis. She will play Lady Macbeth, a role that Dame Judith has performed on the slage. (AP Wirepholo) ' The reward of ringing the bell By HELEN M. PAGEL Copley News Service white brick building with a ·green lawn in front and big old fiak trees growing around it -^the original Haskell School ivhich has been gone for so }nany years now. I According to modern stan- Jlards it wasn't much of a SBchool, but to anyone who lever was a pupil there, it re- anains the only school in the Jvorld. The desks were fast- jfened firmly to the floor and were arranged in straight STOWS. You didn't move your Sdesk all over the room and sit jJNvherever fancy dictated. You ·eat where the teacher told you Jto sit, and you sat there until Jshe gave you permission to ·move. J Each seat was fastened to Ithe desk behind it, and both Jseats and desks were scarred ·and battered from years of Jhard usage. J The desks were open in Jfront and there was only one «jshelf where you stacked your I'books and tablets. On the top Spf the desk was a groove for ^holding your pencil or pen, land an inkwell which was sup- posed to have a cover, but very rarely did. One of the most coveted honors was the privilege of filling the inkwells from the big bottle of ink wliich stood in the cupboard where the chalk and erasers and colored paper and scissors and countless other fascinating objects were kept. But if you wanted to be granted that privilege you had to earn it. It went to the pupil who had the best marks in all studies including conduct, for conduct was considered important and was pretty strictly graded in those days. Children were supposed to behave, and it just never occurred to anyone -- least of all to the children themselves -to excuse bad behavior because a child was underprivileged or overprivileged or the victim of a hostile society or some other reason. The idea was that if you were old enough to go to school, you were old enough to obey the rules, and if you didn't you could mighty well take the consequences, which were quite likely to be unpleasant. But real merit very seldom Lounge FEATURING r \ I I Chuck West :?| · i AND HIS |l Explosive Country Music :I Sound And Show WED. THRU SAT. 9:00-1:30 Under New Management OPEN SUNDAY ll:00a.m. -8:00 p.m. went unrewarded, and if you didn't get to fill the inkwells, it was your own fault and you knew it. , If you were in the fourth grade (there were only 1 four grades in Haskell School) there was another honor to which you might aspire: Outside the upstairs hall window hung a big iron triangle, and on the windowsill lay a hammer. Children played outside in those days, both before school and at recess, arid when it was time for them to enter the schoolhouse somebody pounded on the iron triangle with the hammer, producing a sound which could be heard for blocks. This operation was known as "ringing the bell" -- just why would be hard to explain. But there was nothing incongruous in the expression to anyone at the time, nor is there now to anyone who ever went to school there. And the fourth grader who had the highest grades cheerfully gave up a few minutes of playtime for the proud privilege of ringing the bell. Each stroke of the hammer gave you a sense of power, for every other child in the school was forced to obey the summons which you alone were sending forth. DRIVE IN ^ T H E A T R E 2930 S. llth Ave. Open at 7:00 Show at 7:30 $1.50 Adults Children Under 12 Free Last Time Tonight SMUKKED METROCOIOR PANAVISION 1 RAQUEL WELCH KANSAS CITY BOMBER In the courts DISTRICT COURT Marriage Dissolutions Five dissolution of marriage petitions were filed in District Court. They were: Robert C. Twiss, Rt. 2, Fort Lupton, against Mrs. Isabel F. Twiss, also Rt. 2, Fort Lupton. They were married June 11, 1933, in Pine Ridge, S.D., and have 10 children, only two of whom are still minors. Mrs. Maria I. Nanez of Port Lupton against Raul Nanez, Eagle Pass, Tex. Married at Eagle Pass April 20, 1968, they have two children. Mrs. Nana L. Cox, Rt. 1, Greeley, against Robert C. Cox of Evans. They were married in Greeley March 8, 1968, and have two children. Mrs. Grace M. Belo, 2307 24th St. Rd., against Adolph Joseph Belo of the same address. They were married July 25, 1951, at Ault and have one minor child. Mrs. Delia M. Figurelli of Frederick against Archie J. Figurelli, also Frederick. Married July 18, 1954, Frederick, they have three children, two of whom are still minors. man 0 { will be Sunday. Angeles. Services conducted here on Wayne is currently on the screen in "The Train Robbers," H I L L S I D E T H E A T R E . Nilliiili Mill Between Woolco and Purr's NOW SHOWING I ANOTHER G R E E L E Y EXCLUSIVE! I Cinema ADULT THEATRES XXX at the MINI FUCK Greeley ITHE CURIOUS TEENAGER 7 10:10 THECHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB8:30 Late showing Fri.S Sat. 11:30 at CINEMA 35 Fort Collins J E N N I F E R 7 9 : 3 0 ROSEBBUD8:20 10:40 . Late showing Sat. 11:30 J A MOTION PICTURE THAT CELEBRATES THE TIMELESS KJYOF ORIGINAL INNOCENCE GREAT SHOWS PARAMOUNT PICTURES r»t(iKi\ A FILM BY Franco zemreuj HIS FIRST FILM SINCE "ROMEO JULIET" "BroTHersun sisrerivioorr (gg) TECHNICCXCW PANAVISIW A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Box Office Opens at 6:30, Showtime 7 and 9 CRUCIBLE of HORROR THREEWILL SCARE OUT OF YOU Office Opens at 7, Sho rly and en joy our mod 1819 9th St. Carry-Out Service 353-1985 (;RKKI,I:VS HNKST THKATKKS STARTS TOMORROW NOW SHOWING! SATURDAY AND SUNDAY PERFORMANCES AT 1:00,3:00,5:00,7:00 9:00 The Fall of the Roman Empire 1931-1972 NOW SHOWING! SATURDAY AND SUNDAY PERFROMANCESAT 1:00,3:00,5:00,7:0049:00 Mother of the Year. If you had a mother like this, who would you be today? FELLINI'S ROMA JOANNE WOODWARO in THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON COMING SOON! PAUL NEWMAN IN "THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE ROY BEAN" The Paul Newman Productio 1971 Pulitzer Prize winning play NOW SHOWING! SATURDAY AND SUNDAY PERFORMANCES AT 1:30,3:30, 5:30,7:30 9:30 THEBLRCKHinGQF THEnumBERBGRmE NOW SHOWING! SATURDAY AND SUNDAY PERFORMANCES AT 1;30,3:30,5:30,7:309:30 JACQUELINE B5£I WAW10ATB COMING SOON! "THE HEARTBREAK KID" STARTS TONIGHT! If you're good NOW SHOWING! for a ride SATURDAY AND SUNDAY she'll go along. JACKALBERTSON LESLEYWARREN .MARTIN SHEEN rpai The miracle that happens only once to the very heart! SHE RAISES MORE THAH EYEBROWS' -DIRTIEST CIRl IGKUP DN |DI

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