Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 1, 1976 · Page 26
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26 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE MOB.. March 1. i»7« Competition is nome of gome VILLA PARK, 111. (UPI) "This activity satisfies something every kid in the world has to have," said Don Pesceone, speaking of drum corps. "I'm talking about competition. Membership in these corps teaches a youth how to be.a good competitor and a good sportsman." Pesceone, executive director of Drum Corps International, said his daughter, Cheryl, '13, is starling in a neighborhood corps. She is just learning to march. If she makes it, she'll be expected to put in 15 to 20 hours a week practice around the calendar. "The drum corps teaches kids to live together and work together for long periods of lime," Pesceone said. ' 5325 Bruce's Special: Mon. thru Thurs. Nights Fresh Coast Oyster Dinner Famous for Seafood plus our own Rocky Mountain Oysters! Enjoy a country drive to BRUCE'S BAR Severance, Colo. Open 7 Days a Week! Book review Separated, but not from his public aimnq room* -V53WI liungf Richard Burton is surrounded by admirers as he leaves the Plymouth Theater in New York following his official opening night in "Equus." Woman, right background, following Burton is model Susan Hunt, who has been seen in Burton's company lately. Burton and wife, actress Elizabeth Taylor separated earlier this week. (AP Wirephoto) By United Press International Going Cr«y, by Otto Friedrick. (Simon and Schuster) Madness, says the author, "is part of all of us, all the time, it comes and goes, waxes and wanes." Under that thesis, the reader is treated to -- or pummeled by -- story after story of famous and unknown persons who have gone crazy for varying periods of lime and in varying degrees of Intensity. A Harvard student who sees himself as a giant bird is nut as direly afflicied as a housewife who is hospitalized for slashiing her wrist and proceeds to repeat the act. Scott Fitzgerald's dottiness as a young man ruined his health and his career, and Ernest Hemingway's paranoia late in life ended with a self-inflicted bullet in the head. The author, a news magazine editor, is not a psychiatrist and does not pretend to understand the phenomenon. He has a broad definition of craziness that includes almost all abnormal behavior. He goes as far as to suggest that all major crimes are craziness. He found that practically anything can bringing on madness -- marriage, divorce, failure or success. And he has dredged up a massive collection of sufferers -- Eugene O'Neill, Richard M.Nixon, Sen. Thomas ' Eagleton, Scott Joplin, James Baldwin. The book is most absorbing in dealing with the problems of unknown people, such as the novelist hounded by voices urging him to murder liis .mother. Or an engineer who blacked out during a drinking bout and the next morning discovered his missing kitten in the freezer. The craziness of Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and other famous persons has been well catalogued elsewhere. Joan Hammer (UPII Ye Greeley Village Inn 5990 W. 10th St. Every Monday IsA MEXICAN FIESTA 5180 Jug of Margueritas i Double Time 7-9 (Every Drink) DINNER ENTREES Combination Plate Green Chill Burrlto Plate Smothwod Burger ALL YOU CAN EAT .,.. OF EACH ITEM 0 Ala Cart Items Also Available Serving 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. ThCEO Items Are Served In The Lounge Only The Excitement Of It All Yes, the excitement of being'a woman and having the opportunity to belong and enjoy one ot America's finest facilities for better health, fitness, and exercise. The Spa, offering the total concept for ttie woman who cares! Professional supervision for: weight gaining, weight reducing, or maintaining the body beautiful. We offer the following for your enjoyment: · Steamrooms · Sauna Baths · Raquetball (an exciting sport) , Whirlpool Yoga Classes Bridge Classes (for women) Sunroom Swimming pool Patricia j'i Women's Spa 20 OFF on the purchase of a new membership. Just clip and bring it with you. THIS OFFER GOOD UNTIL MARCH 6. A I 111.1:11C PACCLif J i l l ) The fighter side Our most quotable President By Mir'K WFST WASHINGTON (UPI) -You expect more from Washington's Birthday sales in a Bicentennial year, and we got it. Merchants in the . nation's capital traditionally honor the Father of Our Country by drastically knot-king down the prices of hard-to-sell items. This week, with America's 200th birthday serving as added incentive, they outdid themselves. But it wasn't the spectacular bargains lhat bowled me over. I was more impressed by the tremendous amount of research that went into the preparation of some of the advertisements. Diligent admen dug back into the obscure corners of history and came up with a number of George Washington quotes that to my knowledge had never before been published. The newly discovered sayings wore printed in liltle comic strip balloons above Washington's portrait at the top of the layouts. Did you know, for example, that Washington once said, "I wnnt you to join our 1776 plan?" I didn't know it either until I came across that quote in a health spa ad lhat featured $1,770 membership plans. Presumably, the original ul- lerance was part of the pitch thai Washington made to France fur support in the revolution. My compliments to the health spa adman for bringing it to light. Harder to place in the context of history was the Washington quotation in an office furniture advertisement. "This is the greatest sale I've ever seen. Would I lie?" he was quoted as saying. Washington may have uttered that remark when he ran across some hot bargains while shopping for a desk, swivel chair and filing cabinet for his Valley Forge headquarters. Note, however, the wistful "Would I lie?" That would iip|H.-ir lu lilaec Uic tjUuU; in jn earlier time frame when the cherry tree incident was still fresh in his mind. It could be, then, thai he was trying to persuade his father to (Formerly Slim and Swim Club) 1300 9th Ave. Phone 352-6498 THE CABLES END INVITES YOU TO HAVE PIZZA ON A CABLE SPOOL OPEN 4:30-11:30 1105 26th Ave. CARRY-OUT DELIVERY 1n7ifli^?iyiTO?SB?ifliRffi?W^ * BRESLER'S 33 FLAVORS ICE CREAM SHOPS Fantastic MARCH Flavors of the Month · Ml. Vernon Milk Chocolate Marshmallow · Valley Forge Butter Crunch · Lemon Twist Cheesecake · Black Raspberry Sherbet With This Coupon FREE Chocolate Dip Top with the purchase of ANY FLAVOR Ice Cream cone at regular prices. (Coupon Good March 1, 3 4 Only) HILLSIDE MALL or GREELEY MALL Phone 352-9686 ;i ' ! hiiy him a hunk hprl or snmr other item for his room. This brings us to the advertisement quoting Washington as exclaiming, "Gee, Wizard, no wonder you're first in the hearts of hi-fi lovers! These birthday sale buys arc great." I consulted a number of reference works and none suggested any circumstance under which that comment might have been uttered. I did, however, learn lhat Washington had a sweet tooth, albeit a wooden one. Quite likely on one of his birthdays he decided to treat himself to a bit of pastry and found a shoofly pie sale at the Wi?xird Bakery. He might then have remarked, "Gee, Wizard, no wonder you're first in the hearts of shoofly lovers. Those birthday sale pics arc great." Although the original was corrupted with the passage of time, this quote is the stuff of- which history is made. It's good that we have admen with intellectual curiosity. BROWNBAGGER LUNCH MEAT AND CHEESE SPECIALS At "THE DELI" Bologna, Save 25c Ib Vi Ib. 57* Cooked Salami, Save 35c Ib 1/2 Ib. 87* Spiced Luncheon, Save 20c Ib Ib. s 1" P P Loaf, Save 30c Ib Vfc Ib. 83* Cheese 'N Onion, Save 40c Ib. . . . Vi Ib. S 1 1 * PLUS Fabulous Things to Eat LUNCHES · DINNERS · FAMILY DINING · BBQ Ribs Daily (While They Last) · KISHKA In Beef Broth · Deli Sandwiches · Paprika Chicken · Seafood · Sprout Sandwiches · Kosher Foods · Salads · Mushroom Fantasies EAT HERE · TAKE OUT · PHONE ORDERS PARTYTIME DELICATESSEN 2701 8th Avenue 353-3855 ' HOURS: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. NEW HOURS Greeley McDonald's Restaurants 2440 8th Ave. OPEN DAILY 9:00 a.m. Close Sun.-Thurs. -- Midnight Fri. Sat.-- 1:00 a.m. Breakfast feature: Egg McMuffin --ONLY 9:00a.m.-ll:00a.m. 2912 W. 10th St. OPEN DAILY 8:00 a.m. Close Sun.-Thurs. --10:00 p.m. Fri. Sat.-- 11:00 p.m. FULL BREAKFAST Egg McMuffin, Hot Cakes/Sausage, Scrambled Eggs/Sausage 8:00a.m.-ll:00a.m. McDonald's · I® m do it all for you, TUESDAY- WEDNESDAY 1.09 Special 2 pieces of chicken, potatoes gravy, cole slaw roll Kntndw fried l 81123rd St. 2501 iltth St.

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