Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1972 · Page 30
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 30

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: ILr F 1 G PC R ftr\ v£V 1 RATING GUIDE 3r Parents and heir Children G E N E R A L AUMENCES All Ayti Admiuej ; PARENTAL GUI DANCE SUGGESTED · · . a» *""**" RESTRICTED Pwent Of Adjh GuvrdiM « *0««EUlDEIU7»6»lini;[ «» - MPAA [Heritage Assn. Slates Annual Meeting May 3 The Heritage Association of Northern Colorado will iwld its first annual meeting at G-30 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, at the Blue Flame room of Greelev Gas Co. Scheduled is election of officers for the coming year. A program and potluck supper is planned with the entire event open to the public. English Navigator On April ·), 1609, Henry Hudson, English navigator, sailed from Amsterdam. Hwy 85 and 34 Bypass 8th Ave South. Greeley RESTAURANT __ DINNER CLUB Thurs., April 20, 1072 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 31 LONG AGO, TOMORROW -- Nanette ances at 7 and 9 p.m., all proceeds will be Newman and Malcolm McDowell star in used lo aid in the battle against, cancer, ac"Long Ago, Tomorrow," which opens tonight cording lo John Schafluctzcl, manager of at the Cooper Twin I Theater. With perform- Cooper Theaters in Greeley. ;-"- ..-.. CLIP AND S A V E · ·, This ad good for . . . I ONE DOLLAR OFF Q z on any dinner or one a. half price on any 0 cocktail. · I...............CLIP AND S A V E . . . . ,, _ . Opera Workshop at UNC Four selpcllons highlight O p e r a Workshop (o an I Fort Morgan, Miss Achenbach, , io..,,.. * _ j sophomore he presented by the University of Northern Colorado Music .at -8 p.m. Frasier Thealcr. School Friday Sally from Oyer. H a r o l d ' Andersoji, l.ongmont; White, and Hamler, Greeley Graduate Student, will direcl "Down in (he Valley," while D o n a l d Bailey, Greclcj graduate student, will direct the other three prcscnlalions. UNC students be admitted free wilh an ID. Tickets are on sale until show time a the Frasier Theater box office. £ AMUSEMENTS //',"'' America's Brightest Midway ; 1 1 V- i April 12th thru 22nd Hillside Center Hillside Mall * V * * \/ i *v * m Dlccouht Tickets from All Merchanti -* -- _»^»u«_ ^ A^ ^~ "Down in the Valley" by Kurt Weille will be presented in Us entirety, while portions of "The Marriage of Figaro,"'"Cosi Fan Tulti," and "Carmen" will also be presented. . . Starring in "Down in the Valley" is Richard Goagh, freshman from Langdon, N.D. Cindy Colver, freshman fnim Holyoke; and John Wells, undergraduate from Clrceley. "The Marriage of Figaro," features Bill Cox, sophomore from Lakowood; Gayle H a r t , senior from Greeley; Ann Sandahl, senior from Cheyenne, Wyb.; Allison Coates, freshman from Englewood; Linnea Kngel- king, freshman from Lovell, Wyo.; Chris White, senior from Littleton; Dwighl Oycr, freshman from Arvada; and Steve Perkins, graduate student from Aurora. "Cosi Fan Tulti" stars Kathy Graves, sophomore from Arvada; Dona Ficken, sophomore from Fort Morgan; and Anne Achenbach, freshman from Denver. Performing in "Carmen" will be Susan Dielz, sophomore from MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Gus Hall, general secretary of the Communist party in the United States, met Wednesday wilh North Vietnamese leaders iu Hanoi, Radio Havana reparts. Tiie broadcast, monitored in ·Miami, said Hall and a delegation of other American Communist party officials met with (he secretary of the N'orth Vietnamese Communist Workers party. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X at MINI FLICK. Greeley MAKING THE BLUE FILM -- 7 10:10 plus Dustin Hoffman and Mia Farrow In JOHN AND MARY -- 8:30 At Cinema 35 Fort Collins THE UNDERGRADUATE -- 7 10:20 plus ELLIOT GOULD in LITTLE MURDERERS 8:30 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x DRIVE IN T H E A T R E 930 .S. llth Ave. NOW SHOWING 7 GREAT STARS! ACTION! EXCITEMENT! im\LLS\ ONE'SON-OF-A-GUH OF A SHOW! Italian Style! A delightful dinner -- anytime! Open 11:30 a.m. Every Day Including Sunday 1819 9th Street Telephone 353-1985 For Corry-Out Servke They Trailed Him,. Tailed Him... Tried To Nail Him...NO WAY!! They called it HELL... They called it VIOLENT I and EVIL! LEE VAN CLEEF · CARROLL B A K E R . STUARrWHITMAH I STELLA i STEVENS TONIGHT THRU TUF.SDAY MEStAVLOR ISTHE DRIVER WARREN OATES ISGTO LAURIE BIRD ISTHEG1RLV DENNJS WILSON IS THE MECHANIC CUNT EASTWOOD TWO-LANE. BLACKTOP ISTHE PICTURE "PLAY MISTY FOR ME" ...an IwlMloR to terror... * Uir/£BS»l..|MLPASO COMP»Hv ,-, OiCIUfE · IfC'MCCKOS' cJJ)i IS -Box Office Opens At 7 p.m. Showlime7:30 Como As You Are--Try Our Snack Bar GREELEY'S FINEST TS£TOE^» /. "/J film of delicately eitntri)tlett tnoitds and i-miil'inia." --Richard Sclticlid, Life Magazine. 2. "Difccliir Forbes has controlled 'Lung Ann, Tumnrrnie' icilli a y, nun' hnnil, increasing the pitch tif emotion with each scene, n n '[.tn'u Stor' tir 'Sum aview people S P E C I A L DENEFIT SHOWS TONIGHT All proceeds will be used to aid in the CATTLE AGAINST CANCER STARTS TONIGHT! PERFORMANCES AT CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES long ago, tomorrow Slirring Matcorm McDowell. Nanelto Nowmi Dlnclld by Biyan Forbei LAST DAY! F I N A L P E R F O R M A N C E S A T 7 : 3 0 AND!:15 NOW!... the shocking truth about the passion slaves of 1835 New Orleans 2333 W. 28m SI STARTS S A T U R D A Y * SUNDAY CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM12:30 !UVIillo...AU, Woman! "The best comedy of the year and the best love story" S A T U R D A Y AND SUNDAY CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES FROM 1:00 P.M. ReneeTaylor · Joseph Bologna Made For Each Other i R RQ.in V.'fiiion ly R c c r t a y V .ind Jo^ HKTURNM) II Y l(H'l!l,..tl I) KM AM) F R I D A Y A N D S A T U R D A Y NIGHTS ATU:OOMIDNIOHTONt.YI MORE TERRIFYING THAN HITCHCOCK'S 'PSYCHO'!"' . 5 I don't want, lo Hve llio I'ost r my life its a, iii;in... B v?sinil TONIGHT'S P E R F O R M A N C E S A T 7 . - 1 5 A H D J : 1 5 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY P E R F O R M A N C E S A T 7 : 1 S A N D 9 : I S hat sensational book is now a major motion piclure starring Anno Heywood.

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