, President and CEO of Eldorado Gold added, "We are greatly encouraged with the engagement we've had to date with the Greek State and look forward to working constructively with the relevant Ministries.
The five players joining forces with them on this occasion are headed by Williamwood's George Burns
, who won the Scottish Amateur Championship at Crail, another of his clubs, last month.
was crowned Scottish men's amateur champion on his home course at Crail Golfing Society.
stayed cool in a Crail play-off to become the first player in 31 years to win the Scottish Amateur on their home course.
Yesterday was a day to remember for George Burns
, as he was crowned Scottish Men's Amateur Champion on his home course at Crail Golfing Society.
is out to show Robert MacIntyre is not the only young Scot starring on the links as he chases Scottish Amateur Championship success.
(Alas, Wendy's fired its white-haired sprite in 1985, after she appeared in a spot for Prego beef spaghetti sauce and proclaimed: "I found it!") Peller died in 1987, but not before the April 1.1985 issue of Adweek proclaimed her "America's first octogenarian star since George Burns
," and asked the question on most everyone's mind: Why doesn't Wendy's just change its name to Clara's?
Previous lifetime achievement award recipients include Morgan Freeman, Carol Burnett, Betty White, Elizabeth Taylor, Sidney Poitier and George Burns
She often appeared on television and in nightclubs, for a time partnering with George Burns
in Las Vegas and a national tour.
As as an added bonus, Fox's stories of writing for Laverne and Shirley and his father, Fred Fox Sr.'s career writing for Bob Hope, George Burns
and Lucille Ball, will leave you feeling that happy days are here again!
Th li h J h dG The line-up has John and George Burns
on accordion with Fergus Wood featuring on drums and as raconteur.
Fantle, a professor of film and culture who interviews, writes, and speaks about Hollywood's Golden Age, and Johnson, an editor and writer of movie reviews and features, offer 75 interviews with artists who starred, directed, wrote, choreographed, or composed musical scores for movies and television shows from the Golden Age, such as Steve Allen, Ed Asner, Fred Astaire, Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, Jacqueline Bisset, George Burns
, James Cagney, Frank Capra, Hoagy Carmichael, Cyd Charisse, Angie Dickinson, Peter Falk, George Hamilton, Tippi Hedren, Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Gene Kelly, Martin Landau, Jerry Lewis, Karl Malden, Bob Newhart, Gregory Peck, Debbie Reynolds, Mickey Rooney, Artie Shaw, Robert Wagner, and Eli Wallach.