Sat.. March 6,1976 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 7 "Snoopy! I!" Cold-Should f rs New York Cartoonist Charles Schulz says the biggest kick in his 25 years of Peanuts was the opening of "Snoopy!!!," the latest theatrical tribute to his multi-million dollar beagle. San Francisco. 625. Picture. Connecticut is a Lodntone for Women Politicians Women are mining a political lode in Connecticut after prospecting for years without much success outside the doors of the state's smoke-filled rooms. Hartford, Conn. 775. Picture. Unitas signed for movie HOLLYWOOD - Actor Bob CrÂ«nÂ« and former football great Johnny Unitas, who does color coverage for CBS Sports, were signed by executive producer Ron Miller to play sportscasters in Walt Disney Productions' "Gus,"a football frolic about a Yugoslavian mule who kicks 100-yard field goals. Lensing look place at the studio in Burbank last week. In color by Technicolor, "Gus" stars Edward Asner, Don Knots, Gary Grimes and Tim Conway. Don Nelson and Arthur Alsberg wrote the screenplay from an original story by cartoonist Ted Key. coordinated by the greeley area arts humanities council ADULT THtATBfS XXX At till MIDI FLICK 330 Mi In., (keetej GAME Of LOVE, 71.9:35 $50,000 CUMM 8:20 Lilt Showini Fri. I Sit. 11:30 , MONDAY HI6HT IS LADIES'HIGHT I An; woman admitted FREE on Monday nijht when accompanied b; a pijinj tJCOrt. S Cmfima WINTERSET INN SUNDAY D I N N E R Braised Sirloin Tips Au Burgundy with noodles 2.95 10% dlicount to Senior Citizens Special -Monday, Tuesday Wednesday DINNER FOR TWO 4.95 \ Barbecue Short Ribs Dinner Highway li, Evins 3S3.J49J t ARTSHOWS . Western Artists--By Hand Gallery on display through March 29 at Grcclcy National Bank Customer Service Center 1212 9th SI. M-T 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. F 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Free. Art Display "Happy Birthday U.S.A." showing at Social Security Office through March M-F 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Free. Artwork of Francis Smith showing at Central Bank of Grceley through March 26 M-F 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Free. Landscapes in Oil by Lois Fowler showing at Empire Savings and Loan through March 17M-F9a.m.-5:30p.m. Free. Artwork of Clyde Peddycord showing at Greeley National Bank through March 13 M-F 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Free. THEATER "Harvey" showing at Chuck- wagon Dinner Playhouse through March G. Reservations required. "Paint Your Wagon" showing WHEN WE HRVE R TURNTRBLE CLINIC IT'SH MR JOB OPERATION! -RNNOUNCINC- Souno - TURNTRBLE CARTRIDGE FREE CLINIC MAR 4th, 5th, 6th THE MOST EXPLICIT AND PROFESSIONAL CLINIC IN TOWN. YOU'LL RECEIVE A COMPLETE PORTFOLIO ON YOUR TURNTABLE AND CARTRIDGE THAT WILL INCLUDE ....... A. AN ACTUAL FREQUENCY RESPONSE GRAPH OF YOUR PHONO CARTRIDGE B. STYLUS WEAR CHECK C. TRACKING FORCE ADJUSTMENT D. ANTI-SKATE ADJUSTMENT Â· E. COMPLETE CHECK ON OPERATION OF TURNTABLE AND TO COMPLIMENT THIS EXCITING CLINIC, WE'LL HAVE GREAT BUYS ON MANY TURNTABLE RELATED ITEMS M PIONEER' PL-15D-II Stereo Turntable WITH AUDIO-TECHNICA CARTRIDGE PL-15D-II- $129* AT-HE CARTRIDGE-J_44^ ^ REG. $174* $125 SCHWEIZER-DESIGN RECORD CARE HYDRO-CLEANER DELUXE J7Â« HUMIDITY CONTROL RECORD CLEANER REG. 9 H * 1/2 PRICE ON ALL SHURE CARTRIDGES IN STOCK Plus Many Other Accessories in Stock Including, Audio-Technica, Watts Record Care, and Empire. Sounp-lRonix Foothills Fashion Mall Ft. Collins, Colo 221-1700 900 9th An Grade;, Colo. 356-1588 March 6 at Ffazier Theater 8 p.m. Admission charged. CONCERTS March 9, Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, Greeley West High School 8:15 p.m. Admission charged. March 10, Womens Concert Choir and men's Varsity Glee Foundation Hall 8:15 p.m. Free. March 11, University Chorus and Women's choir, Foundation Hall 8:15 p.m. Free. March !1, Franklin Choir and Bank Program 7:30 p.m. Free. March 16, High School Bands bicentennial program. Free. VOTING WOMEN NEW YORK (UP1) - Wome^ have the vote in national election in 129 of the 157 nations of the world on equal terms with men, says Worl- dWatch Institute, a nonprofit research organization. In 1940, they could vote in only 30 countries, and in I960, in 92 nations. 'THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN' AUNIVtRSAl PICTUKE Â· Barbara Mandrell has new country music fan By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS Her group (ravels in a large, NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) - custom-fitted bus which allows Barbara Mandrell's baby girl is her to keep (he children with bound to be a country music her. fan. There's no way she can "Matlhew slarled traveling avoid it. with me when he was 6-weeks- The blue-eyed, blonde Grand old. Jaime will be less than 4- 01eOprysingergave,birthto7- weeks-old when we leave for pound-10-ounce Jaime Nicole Florida for my next booking. Feb. 23. The bus is outfited so I can mix "When they rolled me into formulas, watch TV with the operating room there was a Matthew, take showers or 'country music radio station sleep. It has all the facilities of playing on the intercom be- home and I couldn't be a cause my doctor is a big mommy and a performer country music fan," said the 27- without it." year-old entertainer in an Should either of her children interview. opt for a life in show business, "When it came down to the she said she would make every 'wire and the doctor told me to opportunity available for them to push -- I heard the radio but would not push them, announcer say 'Here's Barbara "My own folks were never Mandrell.' the typical stage parents. "My doctor said, 'No. Here's That's nol to say they weren't Barbara Mandrell,' and my proud of (he things 1 did. But baby was born to the sounds of they were never pushy. When I her mama singing 'Can't Help wanted to study or wanted a But Wonder.' new instrument, they made "Now that's God working You sacrifices loget me (he lessons could never have timed it and or the steel guitar or whatever. I'm sure it's never happened "I think that's what I would before in any delivery room." do with my kids. If they show The diminutive performer, any interest in music I'll who has been entertaining provide the assist, but I won't audiences since the age of 11, shove." was on stage singing at the Opry two days before her daughter was born. She finished overdubbing a new album the week before (he birth and she plans lo be back on the road March 11 with Jaime and her son, Matthew, 6, LONDON - Following 10 weeks i n t o w - of intensive shooting at this She said her doctor thinks she city's Shepperlon Studios, "The ought to have more of a rest. Omen", 20lh Century-Fox's but she loves her work and s u p e r n a t u r a l m e l o d r a m a wants lo ge( back to it. starring Gregory Peck and Lee "In your mind you know what n c mick, moved for an active you can do. It's all positive eighl-day location trip lo Rome, Ihinking I'm a little tired now. thence Jerusalem, but I'll be ready to gel back to Producer Harvey Bernard Â· work in another week." and di rector Richard Donner Miss Mandrell, who is mar- n a v c h a n d - t a i l o r e d t h e i r ried (o her childhood sweet- shooting schedule to allow heart, pilot Ken Dudney, said p^i,, ac | 0r Dav id Warner, and (raveling 100,000 miles a year is u.e compac( shooting crew to nol as grueling for her as il return lo London for lira days of might be for others because she fj n a | filming, is surrounded by her family. ~~ Her father, Irby, is _ her manager and "he's always looking out for me, not just as an artist, but as his daughter. That lifts a heavy burden off of me." 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