Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1972 · Page 29
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30 Thurs,, April 20,1972 On April 5, 1614, Pocahcmtas was married to English Colonist John Rolfo. DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT 9-2 To live Country and Western Music DALE and his COUNTRY BOYS SATURDAY NIGHT 9-2 SUNDAY 3:30-8 BOBBY BRUNTZ and his POLKA KINGS Special This Weekend ROCKY MOUNTAIN OYSTERS GERMAN SAUSAGE Severance inn Severance, Colo. The Critic's View By WILLIAM GLOVER NEW YORK (AP) - "Lost In the Stars" is lost out there on the stage of Ihe Imperial Thc- elaborate Innd sundered by racism remain all loo diffuse. ·As a devout black clergyman from a small village who "finds a t e r in production, , The luslily exotic spectacle fervently appealing. Most of the -,;,,,,.· ,n...... ..... =..,. ...... ' over- iiis missing son Inippcd in J jhannesburg tragedy, Peters is arrived Tuesday night, Ihe first official Broadway presentation of the John K. Kennedy Center (or Ihe Performing Arts. To complete management credits, . score's better numbers are his and he sings them wilh lower ing melodic power and lyric warmth. The odyssey of shaken reli- ,, lm . (Hlyssey ol snilKen rell . began in Washington under gj OLls fai ,h and personal tor the aegis of Roger L. Stevens ..... and Diana Shumlin An outstanding performance by Brock Peters doesn't save the awkward I!)t9 Maxwell Anderson-Kurt Weill musical from being more of a visit to dulls- ville than to Ihe South African milieu in which Ihe story takes mcnt is hindered rather than enlarged by an elaborate pag eanlry. What must certainly be the biggest company of the"sea son outside ihc Metropolitan Opera House participates in pseudo-Zulu ritualistic dances and imposing' vocal phalanxes iirdoi 1 the leadership of Rod place. " j Perry. Derived from Alnn Palon's The jam-ups have more vis- novel Cry. the Beloved Coun-| u a l appeal than dramatic rele- Iry, (lie opus has always suf- vancy. Particularly extraneous tercel Irom the simplification j s "Big Mole," which was sung nnprk nr tlin'ilt.lr.^l ,,,..,, , · ·, . . .. needs of theatrical com- prcssion. The diverse elements by a juvenile member of the cast, Giancarlo Espositb. It was COCKTAIL LOUNGE AND R E S T A U R A N T IN THE BOILER ROOM Friday and Saturday Nights 9:00 p.m i:30a.m FERNWOOD P A C I F I C something for everyone The only place m Greeloy whore dinner is served Irom 5 to midnight every weekend. Lunch served from II a.m.till 5p.m.daily Dinners served 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights 5 p.m. to Midnight «29lhSt.Down1cwnGreeley Phone 353-5479 Open 1] a.m.-1 a.m. °f " i a big audience pleaser, perhaps ~| because it provides the lone 'ilight-hearted relief in Andcr- I son's heavy-handed narration. | As Hie errant youth who ad- j m i l s the murder of a white Jinan, Gilbert Price is liistrioni- ically persuasive and sings his jlone number, "Stay Well," with I touching conviction. His bride, iMargarel Cowie, handles the : o n l y other non-Peters solo, '."Trouble Man," with appropriate sentimental despair. Oliver .Smith's imposing de- |cor includes two huge gcomel- ;ric screens upon which pictures [appropriate to the drama's shilling scone!; are projected, j massive platforms for choir |lj['!U|iiigs, a circular rotunda and a nonstop assortment of cardboard cutouts of shanties, ·hnrch and other structural locales. Patricia Quinn Stuart provides some elaborately barbaric costuming. Masters of the light lunch When a sandwich isn't quite enough -- hut you still don't want a big meal -- try our light lunch touch. Daily specials provide just the right amount -- meal entree, tossed salad, roll and butter, potatoes or vegetable. It's the light way to enjoy your lunch hour! Garden Kitchen 18th St. 85 Bypass RESTAURANT LOUNGE Ph. 353-5644 Centennial Emblem Judging Set on DRGW DURANGO, Colo. ' (AP) The judging of entries to determine the Colorado's official emblem for the slate centennial celebration in 1976 will take place on a car of the Denver AND POOH ATE TOO MUCH -- Piglet, played by Jan Dayton, and Kangn, played by Ann Liechty, observe the situation since Winnie the Pcoh, Gerry Harrow, is stuck from eating too much lunch while visiting (he rabhif. Theaier West students will present (lie classic children's play at 8 p.m. Friday in Ihe Greelcy West Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at the door. 'Clockwork Orange' Named Worst Picture of the Year CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) -he Harvard Lampoon says novics are aboul as good as hey've ever been, filled with 'graluitous violence . . . heavy-! inndcd sex . . . flagrant vacu- msncss . . . and . . . futile al- ernpls at relevancy." With lhal, the undergraduale humor magazine Wednesday ricked "A Cloc:kwork Orange" ns the worst movie of the year, Jack Nicholson as the worst ac- or for "Carnal Knowledge," and Candice Bergen as worst dclress for "T.R. Baskin." Eddie Kgan was named worst supporting actor for his work 'in 'The French Connexion" and ^ana Wood got Hie worst supporting actress award for "Diamonds Are Forever." The Hosley Award, given an- :mally "to that film critic who consislently explores the far- Ihest limits of bad taste," went 'in a plaslic-lined doggy bag 'or molion-picture sickness only to the entire Sociely of New York Film Crilics for naming 'A Clockwork Orange' the hcst movie of Ihe year." Twiggy, (he model-turned-ac- ress, go! the Uncrossed Hear! Award for being "the least Jiomising young performer of he year".for her work in "The Sovfriend." Electoral Vote Count- On April 5, 1785, the first congress under Ihc Constitution met at New York lo count clec- lornl votes for president. CUP AND SAVE THESE VALUABLE COUPONS K.C. CLUB With baked polalo or trench f r i e s and Stockade toast. Coupon Expires April 30 Good for 1 Dinner STEAK SANDWICH W I T H F R E N C H F R I E S or BAKED POTATO Coupon Expires April 30 Good for 1 Dinner Re S- '0 ' I · · · » · · » · · · · « · · · · · · · · · · * · · · * · · FISH CHIPS 3 pieces of fish and chips. Coupon Expires April 30 Good for 1 Dinner Reg. 1.19 11:00 to 3 GROUND SIRLOIN PATTY · COTTAGE CHEESE, · JELLO Coupon Expires April 30 Good (or 1 Dinner Reg. S9c 69 HALF POUND GROUND SIRLOIN With baked potato or Ircnch f r i e s and Stockade toasi. Coupon Expires April 30 Good (or "I Dinner ./WI1 U *1 09 Reg. 1.49 5 Oz. SIZZ'LIN' BURGER WITH FRENCH F R I E S Coupon Expires April 30 Good for 1 Dinner 65 Reg. 79C 00 161h p.m. Sired at 8th Avenue Serving Only U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Elihu Yale Founder of Yale College Elihu !Yale, was born on April 5, 1649. Otto Griebling NEW. YORK ( A P ) -- Otto Griebling, 75, the world-famous Ringling Bros Barnum and Bailey Circus clown, died Wednesday. Griebling, who performed daily until 10 days before his death, was observing his 50ih anniversary in the circus business. He worked as an equestrian for 10 years before becoming a clown. Rio Grande narrow gauge train here July 21, it was announced Wednesday. The winner of the contest will be announced by a proclamation to by issued by Gov. John A. Love August 1. The announcement came at a special meeting here chaired by Nick Turner of Durango, a member of the Colorado Centennial Committee for '76. **************************** * Red Feather Lakes J HIGH COUNTRY CLUB J Dance Sing Along With *BILL SCHMELING* Entertaining at the Organ Piano J ENJOY ^" Delicious Steaks, Seafood, and Mexican and Italian T Specialties. Cocktails and Mixed Drinks. J SATURDAY, APHIL 22-8 P.M. -1A.M. J No Cover Charge Phone 881-2964 ^ **************************** -K -k ' -k - K VOCAL SHOW GROUP WITH SOUNDS FOR EVERYONE! LEAF* George DwigM Ann Bill "(They're not as bad as they look!!) its,, bapperjinc RAMADA'INN at the,,, Hwy. 85 Evans 353-5900 Thurs.-- Fri.--Sat. (In/Versify Center Commission Presents PETER NERO IN CONCERT Tickets: $2.50 with ID Ticket Outlets: u.c. information Desk $3.50 without ID United Bank of Greeiey V

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