Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 17, 1973 · Page 25
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 25

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, April 17, 1973
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Tue*., April 17,1»73 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE. ZS NEW CHILDREN'S TV PROGKAMISBICULTURAL OAKLAND,. Calif. '($) English arid Spanishfchidren in this country will get to know each other better if la new educational television .program ' !· achieves its goals,'according to "" the sponsors of the project. ·' ' Beginning this fall, a'bilin- gual-bicultural Spanish-English television program for children '' 'frompreschool through llie pri- ' J mary grades will be telecast ; daily on a national basis! The 130-program series, as yet unfilled, will be funded by Ihe . .United States Office of ; Education. ·_' The program's target au- "-dience 'includes millions of ' young American children. The 1 purpose is not simply to teach '" English to Spanish-oriented children. -- "We want English-speaking children to learn or become familiar with the Spanish lan- ···guage, culture, customs and ' heritage, too. Through this . .method Spanish-oriented and ' Anglo children can learn about, appreciate and understand oth- . ,.er cultures and each other." NILISIII HUTU HILLSIDE MALL TONIGHT Franco zemretu ·· HIS FIRST FILM SIMC! -ROMEO t. IWIFI" Jsisreriviooir |PGl ·TO' IIOINIKXOK I'ANAVblON' £ · AI'ARAMOUS'iriaUREf Your "Steak-tionary" Here's a steak-tionary to help you come to terms with some of your favorite cuts: Rib: Often called Club Steak. Sold as rib roast when two or more ribs. Very tender, well- developed flavor. Rib-eye: Galled Delm o n i c o , M a r k e t , Spencer steak. Boneless, v e r y . l i t t l e fat. Good flavor, very tender. Flank: Often called London Broil. Definitely less lender, but good flavor. Should be braised or cooked with moist heat and sliced thinly on an angle. Arm Chuck: Called Arm Steak.Cut from it: Cheyenne, Polite Butter Finger and Breakfast sleaks. Best used as S w i s s s t e a k o r braised. Less tender, very little .waste, good flavor. Round: Economical. Not as f l a v o r f u l or juicy as other cuts, lacks marbcling.. Divided as: Top or inside round ... tenderest of three muscles. Bottom or outside round ... less tender, moist heat only. Eye of round ... least tender. For the best steak that ever melted in your mouth... by any name . ..just remember Mr. Steak. We've got all your favorite c u t s . . . naturally-aged, USDA Choice, broiled to perfection. And the (riencl- liest w a i t r e s s e s in town, to boot! 715 25th St. 11:00 a.m. to 9 p.m. AMERICA'S STEAK EXPERT Leigh Taylor-Young A matter of balance B e a u t i f u l ' Leigh Taylor- Young is an actress whose life is to some a paradox but not to Leigh herself. The glamorous star was recently at Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer filming the futuristic suspense film "Soylent Green," opening Wednesday at the Motorena Drive-in, in which she' stars with Charlton Heston and Edward G. Robinson. But when filming was completed, Ijeigh headed for Santa Fe, N.M., and the rustic house she bought one-and-a-half years ago. "I think life has to have a proper balance," says Leigh. "The balance to my career is my home in the Pecos Indian country 15 miles out of Santa Fe. If 1 didn't have one, I couldn't have the other." In February of 1971, Leigh went to Santa Fe ostensibly on impulse but she felt drawn there. After a week she knew she was going to call it "home," purchased the house and began remodeling it with hammer and nails. "There are many reasons for my settling in Santa Fe," Leigh said. "The altitude and clear air, for one thing. And, of course, the cultural history. It's provincial, not intellectually, but in size. "Time means something entirely different there. In Chimp rock? The Rudi Lenz Chimpanzees strike up the their owner, is from the Netherlands and has band during a performance of the Ringling been with Ringling Brothers for three years. Brothers and Barnum Bailey Circus at New (AP Wirephoto) York's Madison Square Garden. Rudi I^nz, Air fares being cut By HAROLD McCONNELL Travel Editor Copley News Service Air fares are being reduced between the West Coast and South Pacific countries. Members of the International Air Transport Association liave agreed to cut the fares May 1, subject to approval of governments involved. For example, under the Early Purchase Individual Contract (EPIC) program, the roundtrip fare would be $645.80 be- tween Los Angeles and Auckland and $724.50 between Los Angeles and Sydney. Alex T. Gillmore, manager-North America for Air New Zealand, hailed the timeliness of the fare cut "since we will be introducing our new intercontinental DC-10 service on the North American route" in April. ... For the traveler planning a stay of any length at all in Paris, a mastery of the bus and subway system is essential. Otherwise you'll be at the mercy of cab drivers and will find your dwindling dollar dwindling even faster. Tourist offices and hotels can provide you with maps of the Autobus and Metropolitan (Metro) systems. And once you brave the underground passages, you'll find the directions are. remarkably clear and easy to follow. The Metro stations have a large map on which you press the button for your destination and can see the route outlined for you in lights. Cables End DELIVERS PIZZA t BEER 356-4847 1105 26th Aw. I CUP 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. POST 'N' PIKE RESTAURANT Hwy. 15 »nd 34 By-Puss Ith Av«. South, Greeley - LET'S REMINISCE Moonlight music sounded sweeter Hollly.wood, it's by the clock. In Santa Fe, it's by sunset and sunrise. Again by comparison, here I have projections to live up to and there one just is." Leigh does not favor one life over the other: "There are pressures in being an actress. Going to the market can be difficult. Hove all that at times but there is joy in anonymity also. One's mind is uncluttered," she says. "People up there are 'people people' not oriented to status. "I've created options for myself and left them open. I feel it's too early and too easy for me to drop out, but if I ever do, I have roots to drop out to." By HELEN M. PAGEL Copley News Service Originally Fairgrounds Park was exactly what its name implies -- the fairgrounds for the County Agricultural Society. But land was acquired for a park and quite appropriately it was called Fairgrounds Park. In the early part of the century the park was beautifully landscaped. There were steps leading down to what was known as the sunken gardens, where there were formal flower beds and a fountain. There were tennis "courts where many spirited matches were held, but the players looked very different from today's tennis players. The men wore long trousers and striped shirts with stiff collars, and unbendable straw hats. The ladies wore full dark skirts known as "short skirts" because they barely reached the ankle, stiffly starched white shirtwaists with long sleeves and high collars, and little flat straw "sailor" hats trimmed with a severe band of grosgrain ribbon around the crown, which sat squarely on top of their heads and were firmly anchored by means of long fancy hatpins. How they ever managed to play such an active game as tennis in out-' fits like that is a mystery, but they did it. ' There was a little brick building near the courts, with straight hard benches along the walls inside. Here the ladies could go to change from their street shoes to tennis shoes and be safe from prying eyes. No lady would dream of removing her shoes in public in those days. There were swings and slides and a sandpile for children and on a warm summer day whole families came to enjoy the facilities and eat a picnic lunch in the shade of the huge trees which grew in the park. There was even a baseball diamond of sorts, but no playground director. The boys umpired their own games, and fistfights over decisions were usually kept to a minimum. But one of the most popular forms of entertainment was the band concerts which were held there on summer eve- rungs. There was a bandstand in the middle of the park, and different local bands took turns giving concerts there. Many people drove long distances -- say as much as eight or ten miles -- to attend these events. The park would be circled with "rigs" and the people sat in the buggies and listened to the music while the horses stood patiently. Maybe they enjoyed the music, too. People who lived near enough walked to the park and sat on the grassy slopes which made a natural amphitheater, for the park itself was in a sort of hollow. There was only the sky over their heads, but who in the world needed an auditorium, or even wanted one for that matter? The best airconditioner in the world couldn't compare with the freshness of all outdoors. The finest upholstered seats were no more comfortable .than the grassy banks, and somehow the music seemed to sound sweeter out under the stars than it ever could in any music hall. There were stirring marches such as "The Stars and Stripes Forever," "Under the Double Eagle" and "Re- pasz Band." There were romantic waltzes such as "Daisies Won't Tell," "My Sweet Anona" and "Little Annie Rooney." There were the incomparable songs of Stephen Foster which are so seldom heard today. But anyone who has ever heard the strains of "My Old Kentucky Home" by moonlight will never forget it, and those who haven't are to be pitied for not knowing what they have missed. The concert always ended with "The Star-Spangled Banner" and everyone stood up and sang it fervently, whether they could sing or not. Somehow, it gave them that exalted feeling that everyone seems to be so frantically searching for today. Could it be that they aren't searching in the right place? Lobsters died shtls BOSTON -- A 5- or 6-year-old lobster, armored and equipped with strong claws, is a match for most of its enemies, but periodically it sheds its shell as it grows. If caught before a new shell grows, a lobster is an easy meal for any passing fish -- or another lobster. Typewriters tamed ANKARA, Turkey - When typewriters were first offered for sale in Eastern Europe and the Middle East v the sultan of Turkey excluded them for fear they could be used to circulate seditious material without leaving any clue to the underground agitator. Cinema ADULT THCATRfS XXX atthe MINI FLICK Greeley JENNIFER7»:30 ROSEBUD8:15 10:40 Late showing Fri. Sat. 11:30 at CINEMA 35 Fort Collins Sexual Freedom In Brooklyn 7 10:15 T H E R E I V E R S 8 : 3 0 Late showing Sat. 11:30 Kid Blue did what he HAP MGM sign Anne Randall Anne Randall has been signed for a key role in Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer's "Westwo- rld," now filming at the studio with Michael Crichton directing from his own screenplay. Yul Brynner, Richard Benjamin and James Brolin star. Miss Randall is in the forthcoming motion picture "Slacey," and has appeared this season in numerous television series, including "Love, American Style," The scene on the back of the Canadian $5 bill is Otter Falls on the Aishihik River along the Alaska Highway. "Doris Day Show" and "Street of San Francisco." In "Westworld," a futuristic suspense drama, Miss Randall portrays a robot beauty in a far-out vacationland. One coin demonetized W A S H I N G T O N -Inaugurated to fill the need for a coin that could compete with other dollar-size coins nf the world in transactions with the Orient, the U.S. trade dollar is the only U.S. coin ever demonetized. It was authorized by an 1873 law, and Congress in 1876 revoked its legal-tender status. FAMOUS BANQUET BLUNDERS: WHEN DR. LIVINGSTON SAID No 536 ^S;4 " WHY DON ' T WE JOIN EACH no, 310 ·!???? OTHER IN A BOWL OF SOUP SOME TIME, STANLEY?" Of course, that could never happen at Ramada Inn ... where conventions, banquets and meetings of all kinds are always perfect. Have your next get-together at Ramada Inn ... and be sure! 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