Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 29, 1972 · Page 17
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xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx at the MINI FLICK Greeley THE UNDERGRADUATE ? · 10:15 plus LITTLE MURDERERS 8:30 ; ··." · .. . Adults Only At CINEMA 35 Fort Collins , : , I ; MAKIN'G THE BLUE FILM 7 - 10:00 '· · .' Plus ;THE CURIOUS DR. HUAU'P 8:30 :Vi; :F|rst;Vun S P A N I S H FILMS,-for the entire f a m i l y '._.-· ,;,V, . .every-Sunday starting at 1:00 . . . . .;%'-'.',iv;'V;::.-·"-"'-' ..attulti.1.50 children 60c '" ... ', Jxx** xxVxxxxxxxx x x x x x xx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx In The Courts DISTRICT COURT On 5-Ytir Probation William D.''Taylor, 40, 1204 29th-St., who was found guilty of a bad check felony c'harge by a jury March 23, was placed on probation for five years by Judge Hugh H. Arnold. of Fort Lu'pfon about 0:30 p.m. Jan. 8. Martin Slargcr, ABC vicelSaU April 20, 1072 GREELEY (CnlnQ TRIBUNE 17 president for programming,|ry'Plaza Hotel on "Kriclay'lhai" told Hie ABC television network I unless the show improves in affiliates meeting al (he Con I u- 1 rat ings and in Hie number of the other man, whom he said I lie knew .only as 'Charlie," had. affiliate stations' carrying it the i:\m\v will bs canceled on July 28, The Highway Patrol reported offered to drive Scrda's car lo at Ilie lime that Serda, who was southbound, made a lefl (urn and his car collided with Mas- earenas' northbound machine. NOW SHOWING NORTH COUNTRY COUGAR COUNTRY HILLclDE Academy Award For Best Actress Jane Fonda in KLUTE · P L U S SUMMER OF '42 . ,KlOWSHOWING. Showtime 7 and* p.m. , . , . - , . Robert Ray, deputy 'district ,The defendant was ordered to attorney, called five witnesses __ make restitution and.pay p r o b a | Q les! j fy for lllE slale a , t h e trial, tliey were Highway Patrolman Don Swencki, Dr. Dale E. Maag, Mascarenas, Steve William Hilcliell and Eugene Martin, Ealon science teacher who milnessed the ac- Jonalhon Hays, public defender who served as Serda's counsel, called, four witnesses. tion fees. Taylor was convicted of giv- a $200 check, drawn on a bank in which he had insufficient funds for payment, last Dec. 16 to procure a carj and with the intent lo defraud] Norman Spangler, 1940 Slale Farm Rd. Placed on Probation Harlan L. Anderson, 48, 2606'/z charge. He was lion for one on welfare ordered lo make restitution and ay court costs and probation !ees. Anderson - was indicted by, he Grand Jury last November n the charge. He was accused of obtaining assistance lo which he was not entitled or greater than he was Vincent Vigil Jr. and Rudy Rios. Vigil, who sakl lie lias an in- leresl in the Farmer's Inn al La Salte, and Rios, Serda'? brother-in-law, testified they had seen Serda leave Hie entitled to last Aug. 31, through ?orl Lupton for him and they vere en route when the accident occurred. He said lie wenl lo sleep in he car a f t e r . t h e y had passed tirough Platleville and the next ihing he remembered was being in Ihe hospital the next day. Judge Hugh H. Arnold presided al the one-day trial. The jury members were Connie Rae Backslrum, ill. I, Aull; Roberta S. Smith, 1C33 27lh Ave.; Barbara D. Castecl, 2614 17Hi Marie I. Lelko- miller, Fort Lupton; Colvin M. Hanscome, Rt. 1, La Salle; Mary E. Rodreick, Ealon; Edna E. Ray, Erie; Robert E. Wilkin, 2040 4th Ave.; Phyllis Rose Lawrence, Rt. 2, Ealon; Harlan E. Brock, Eric; Theresa Linn Wacker, G05 31st St.;'and Shcr- ron A. Brnnner, Wimlsgr. HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Dick Farmer's Inn with another man Caveit has three months to im- about 7:30 p.m. the evening of!prove Hie ratings of liis late the accident. I night TV talk show against CBS Serda, whose driver's license'movies or his show will be can- .he welfare department's Aid "to was suspended at the'lime, said ccled. dependent Children program, by means -.of a wilfully false italerrient or. representation. The defendant March 24 withdrew, an innocent plea lie had previously entered and pleaded TWO OF THE BEST "NEVER GIVE A INCH" '· was the motto .,· · . of the Stampers of Oregon,,, and live It they dldl Sometimes a Great · · Notion A story of the young... fortheyoung and the young at Jieart! guilty to the charge. Found Innocent Olaf Scrda, .14, of Fort Lupton, was found innocent 'by a jury in District Court here Thursday everting of a charge of causing. injury by operating an aula while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Tlie 12-person j u r y returned its verdict hear midnight afler | being given the case at 5:03 p.m. . Serda.was .accused of causing injury to MSf'y Mascarenas, 57, j of Denver, Jan. 8 by driving! an auto while under Hie influence. The Denver woman received nternal and chest injuries and! facial lacerations in a headon collision of cars driven by the defendant and Felix Leray Mascarenas, 1215 Wilshire Ave., on U.S. 85 a half mile norlh Open 11 a.m t o ? p.m. 2S18lllh Ave. SIEAKMASIE8 Sirloin Steak Dinner $|69 Only HALWALLI8 Production RED SKY AT MORNING Includes: Salad, Texas Toast, and Baked or French Fried Potato Showtime 7:30 · ,Bo.x Office Opens-At 7 p.m. j;ome As You Are--Try Our Snack Bar present hj: Very Special Sunday Dinner PRIME RIB OF BEEF AU JUS flaked Potato Choice of Soup or Salad- Hot Bread snd Butler Coffee or Tea Desserl 3.95 For Reservations Phone 353-5900 IRAMADAINN Hwy. 85, Evans HILLSIDE SHOPPING MALL MENU FOR SUNDAY, A P R I L 30th .89C Barbecued Beef Brisket Rons I Turkey with Old Fashioned Sage Dressing, Rich Giblel Gravy and Cranberry Sauce I , . . . . . . / . . : . 7 0 C Fried Okra · ...'.. .26c f-urr's Delicious Green Beanr, · · r- resh Siravvberry Fruit Salad ...: 30c Romaine and Tomato Salad 25c Carrot Cake wi Ih Cream Cheese Icing 30c Chocolale Angel Pie · ··· Serving Hours: Monday Ihru Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 2:0 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.'Saturday .and Sunda continuously s.erving 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. HURRY! Griff's Bjirger Bar HAMBURGERS RRY! Grilled to perfection on a Hot Toasty Bun Every Day P ' m ' *° Closi . n8 - All Day Friday, Saturday, \ Sunday W - · GREELEY'S FINEST THEATRES 353-8-184 2333 VI. 28lh St. S A T U R D A Y AND SUNDAY PERFORMANCES AT 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 AND 9:30 Danny, Shooter, Fatback and the Kid.' They learned a trade in the army. Killing. ·IS)----- 353 8d 8-1 2333 VV. 28lli St. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! BEST PICTURE' BEST ACTOR BEST DIRECTOR BEST SCREENPLAY BEST FILM EDITING S A T U R D A Y AND S U N D A Y PERFORMANCES AT 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 AND 9:00 "THE NIFTIEST CHASE SEQUENCE SINCE SILENT FILMS. As a cops-and-robbers"' thriller it is generating more sustained energy and excitement than any action film in years."-F-.,i p zm THE FRENCH CONNECTION "SfNTimS OF SIlfNCE W I N N E R OF TWO ACAbEMY A W A R D S BEST SHORT 8. BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY 'SOUL SOLDIER" AT 1:00, 4:00, ;;;;; SHOCKS-- SHOCK LACE" AT 2:30, 5:30 8:30 CHIEF OTHER MENU TREATS--Painless Prices Giant Hamburger,.Deluxe 54c Giant Cheeseburger, Deluxe . . . . . . . . . . . .59c Cheeseburger, with tangy Cheddar 29c - Double Hamburger ..: 3 ' c . bo'uble, Cheeseburger . I ^' c Filet-6-Fish Sandwich : 39c French Fries, crispy, golden brown, Idaho 20c 35c 'Oriion' Rings · · · · · " 3 c 1 Shakes, triple thick, rich flavor · . . . . . . . . . .30c 40c , c fQuritam Drinks . ··':... I 5 c , 2 0 c 2 5 c 'fNIHIYf'FinNJItfn'f IWHIOW COiOtS" REGULAR PRICE 24 C NO LIMIT!! 805 Ulh S T R E E T GREELEY OPEN 10 A.M. - 12 P.M. FRI. -- SAT. Mil 1 A.M. STARTS SUNDAY! PERFORMANCES AT 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 AND 9:30 This is Chastity- She needs men like a gambler neeHs money and she throws them av/ay just as fast. "Chastity" CHER-BARBARA LONOON'SFIPIEN W«nAK£F10 «£B ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK DECOROINQ ON ATOO WORLD OI KXTKR'J AJNMENT

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