Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 12, 1976 · Page 28
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 28

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, March 12, 1976
Page 28
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(Colo.) TKIBUNK Kri., March 12, l»7i De Priest to conduct DSO DENVER - The Denver Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of guest conductor James De Preist, presents two performances: Monday, March 29, 7:30 p.m.. and Tuesday, March 30, 8 p.m. in the Auditorium Theater. Maestro De Preist will conduct Schubert's "Symphony No. 5 in B flat" and Bruckner's "Symphony No. 7 in E." C u r r e n t l y Principal Guest Conductor of the N a t i o n a l Symphony in Washington, D.C. and recently appointed Music Director of the Quebec Symphony Orchestra for the 1976-78 seasons. De Prcisl s t u d i e d TEI.KVIS10N NOTES L'nited Press International Liza Minnolli will be a presenter at the 48th Annual Academy Awards ceremonies. theory and composition wilh Vincent Persichetti at the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music. FOURTH PLACE BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UPI) - Despite the fact that the number of U.S. tourists who visited the Yugoslav capital last year dropped by 25 per cent, the Americans kept fourth place among foreign visitors. Tourists from the Soviet Union -- some 66,000 or a 32 per cent increase over the 1974 figure -- were the most numerous to visit Belgrade among some 400,000 foreigners, (he city tourist association said. West Germans and Italians were ihe second and third most numerous foreigners to visit Belgrade in 1975. Elks Charity DANCE 9p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday, March 13 DANCE TO BILL BARR -- Dining in Penthouse -- 5:30 to 10p.m. Reservations Required Goldsmith begins scoring HOLLYWOOD - Composer- conductor Jerry Goldsmith will baton a 65-piece orchestra beginning a four-day music scoring session for Saul David's production of "Logan's Run" at MUM. Goldsmith recently returned from England where he was guest conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. "Logan's Run," directed by Michael Anderson, is an adventure drama concerning a city of the 23rd century and stirring Michael Yort, Jenny Agutter, Rlchird Jordan. Roicoe Lee Browne, Farrah Fawcett-Majors and Peter Ustinov. ITALIAN STAR · HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Italy's Anna Proclemer has been added to the cast of American International's "A Matter of Time" starring Ingrid Bergman in Rome. Camera shy Greta Garbo Actress Greta Garbo leaves a New York theater Wed- nesdny afternoon, left, then covers her face when she becomes aware of the photographer. Slie had attended a matinee per- formanci. 1 of the Broadway play "Equus." which stars Richard Burton. (AP Wirepholo) Mooselfc* Events No. 909 Fri., Mar. 12th · 6:30 p.m. Seafood Platter Dinner $3 Sat., Mar. 13th · Dance 9 p.m. to la.m. Music By AL HOLMAN Members Invited Guests. Come out for a good time! WILLIAMS PRESENTS HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -Billy Dec Williams will be a presenter on the Oscar show. L I I I M. f · I 'II feOOK IOOKS 0f 01156$ OF SOCICTI I//S 3 Miles North on U.S. 15 ·RESTAURANT'LOUNGE'SUPPER CLUB For Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner or Just A Snack THE RED STEER IS THE RIGHT PLACE! Need A Private Room for A Meeting? We Have It --10 to 400! AMERICAN HERITAGE Thru March 14 DAILY LUNCHEON $1 75 SPECIALS .. 1 and up OUR FAMOUS SOUP AND Si SANDWICH J 65 Coming Attraction, March 16 thru 28 The Frankie Reb Show Breakfast--5:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Lonch--11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Dinner--5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Seafoods/Prime Rib Weld Coonty Corn-Fed U.S.D.A. Choice Steaks Only FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 353-4094 or 353-4147 TODAY AND TOMORROW IN AMERICA. By Martin Mayer. Harper flow. 217 Pages. He began writing this book, Martin Mayer explains, in "a fairly foul mood," upset by, among other things, recession, inflation, and the decline in education. Out of that initial irritation came "Today and Tomorrow in America," a hard-hitting, thought-provoking book in which Mayer looks about closely at the contemporary scene and.does not like much of what he sees. Many of the ills currently afflicting society are the result, Mayer feels, of the inability to correctly handle four "forces" which have affected society in lhn pact and "nrn all but certain to dominate the continuing development of American and European society in the next quarter of a century." The forces are: "The vast increase in national product and wealth; the rapid growth and refinement of technology, and its differential impact on different areas of human endeavor; the diminishing effectiveness of the social mechanisms by 1976 Mr. Northern Colorado PHYSIQUE CONTEST and Northern Colorado Open POWERLIFT CHAMPIONSHIPS Events held throughout the day. Lightweight lifting at 9 a.m.-Heavyweight at 12:30 p.m. Physique Contest at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 13 ... state, national and world records are in jeopardy... SPECTATORS WELCOME The events will be held at the new Aims College Gymnasium, 5401 W. 20th St. All day admission: Adults $1.50, Students $1.00, Children 50c LOTS of TROPHIES Guest Posing by Bob Smith 1974 Mr. Colorado 1974 2nd Runnerup Mr. America 1974 3rd Runnerup Mr. Western America which individual choices are organized into apparently institutional decisions; population trends." Having defined his forces, Mayer then goes on to discuss lucidly just how the failure to deal with them correctly has resulted in some of the messes society currently finds itself ensnared in. 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