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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 4, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise sunday june 4,1972 ii a big slug of Beer puts slugs in Bier Tarboro environmentalists who have problems with slugs but done to want to use pesticides May wish to try a secret weapon a Beer. The Only equipment you need is a Flat pan and a Supply of the malt brew says Joe Perry county Extension chairman Edgecombe county. Pour the Beer in the pan. At night the slugs will venture out head for the pan and try a few sips. Once they Sample the brew they can to seem to struggle Back out of the pan. The More stale the Beer the More the slugs seem to enjoy it he agent adds. Special monday night Quot All you can of fresh Home made met Spaghetti summer fun season is Here officially of to beg in its third season with garlic bread and your Choice of meatballs meat sauce or mushrooms Prince of pizza 1616 n. Main Tel. 885-0922 Bant-1 pm a the Scott Lance show win a night on the Toun at the Hahn dinner theatre for your Ross or Secretary Loam pm a the Jimmy Fulmer show a w in valuable prizes if you Ca y a guess what s cooking Quot 3pm-7pm a the Dusty Dunn show win a Kawasaki motorcycle if you can Finis the missing Quot of in cog. 7pm-1 rpm a the Bob Dayton show prizes amp music every night. 10pml2 Bob Shannon show a 12 mid. 6am the Greg Wells show in music Quot cog 1320 we care about High Point the Golden triad and it s people music and Money on the big 1320 Nom Call Dimit Toucan cog at 885-0644 by Robert Marks Enterprise staff writer from the Modh talks to the beaches the summer fun season bursts Forth this week. At Myrtle Beach its the 21st annual Sun fun festival and at Beech Mountain near Banner Elk the land of of starts its third season. At Myrtle Beach the four Day Sun fun festival begins thursday and will continue through next sunday. Parades Beauty contests Golf tournaments fishing concerts arts and crafts exhibits an antique show and dances will be taking place daily during the festival. Archie Campbell one of the regulars on the television show a thee Haw a is the grand marshal for the Sun fun Parade scheduled Friday at la a m. At Myrtle Beach and at 4 . At North Myrtle Beach. Sun fun festival events will be taking place along most of the 60-mile Beach strand in the Myrtle Beach area. Up the coast at Wilmington a the immortal showboat a sound and Light drama about the uss North Carolina begins its eighth season on june 9. The presentation takes place at the uss North Carolina battleship memorial. Land of of begins its third season on june to. The outdoor Park atop Beech Mountain offers a look at Many of the characters and events from a the wizard of on exhibit in the museum Are Many of the costumes used in the making of the popular movie of l. Frank Baum a novel. Dorothy the scarecrow the tinman the cowardly lion the wicked Witch and the wizard himself perform for visitors along the yellow Brick Road in the Park. The land of of attracted Over 300,000 persons during each of its first two seasons. Close to 400,000 visitors Are expected this summer. The Park is open daily beginning at 9 a.m., during the summer through the labor Day weekend. Artists exhibition for the first time in two years work by a group of North Calina artists goes on exhibit at the High Point Public Library monday. The 22 works in the exhibit Are from the 34th annual North Carolina artists exhibition which was held at the North Carolina museum of Art in Raleigh last december. The travelling show is sponsored by the North Carolina state Art society. Included in the show is the work of a High Point artist Mackey Jeffries who paints under the name of Mackey. Selections for the travelling exhibit were chosen by will Barnet of new York a Painter and teacher Adelyn Breeskin curator of contemporary Art at the National collection of Fine arts Washington and Dean Swanson chief curator of the Walker Art Center at Minneapolis. The exhibition will be i View in the audio visual room of the Library from 9 a m. Until 5 . Daily. Cinema cafe the last of the civilization series of films and a new documentary on medical careers will be show at the High Point Public Library this week. A heroic materialism a the concluding sequence in the civilization films will be Tarquini Italy a in a Bleak etruscan Hill Don Quixote was about to do Battle with a creaking Windmill in a scene for what May be one of the last of the movie epics. Here in Italy United artists is spending $11 million to film a Man of la Manchau in a style to which american movie companies Are no longer accustomed. Three or four years ago such outlays were fairly common. Not now. Depressed economics have made the $2 million picture the Norm. Even Arthur Hiller i s astonished at the budget for the musical he is completing. A Elf it were my decision i done to think id spend that much Money in today a film Market a said the producer director. Under a threatening sky Hiller was trying to film the title song on the mid Italy Hills that Are doubling for Spain a la Mancha it was a simple scene in which Peter of Toole As Quixote and Broadway Star James Coco As Sancho Panza Advance toward the Windmill on horseback and mule Back. The animals walked. The sky changed. The actors match their lips to the musical playback. After a seemingly faultless Lith take director Hiller called for another. A what was wrong what was wrong a of Toole shown monday at 4 . In the 52-minute film Art historian Kenneth Clark sums up his interpretation of Western civilization. The skyscraper the suspension Bridge and new forces of destruction reflect the times he concludes but the upsurge in humanitarianism in encouraging. The Cinema cafe feature at noon tuesday is a horizons unlimited a a look at career in Medicine and Allied Field. The film will be shown at 12 15 . In the audio visual room. Museum exhibit two White Limestone reliefs from ancient Egypt Are on exhibit at the North Carolina museum of Art at Raleigh. The reliefs a gift from the James g. Hanes memorial fund of Winston Salem Are More than 4,200 years old. One of the two reliefs is unfinished. The sculptor apparently started to copy the finished Relief in reverse with the figures facing in the of stopped. The Relief pictures an official seated at a table. Around him Are depicted other objects and figures of a religious nature. The reliefs come from say Sarah near Giza site of the great pyramids of ancient Egypt at coliseum James Brown brings his soul music and songs to the Greensboro coliseum june 16. With Brown will be a new group Lyn Collins and the soul twins Bobby Byrd comedian Clay Tyson and the j , Browne a band. The performance beginning at 8 30 ., will be Browne a first appearance at the coliseum since 1969. His most recent recording is a King also coming up at the coliseum is the miss Black ame Quot Ica Beauty pageant of North Carolina. The pageant is scheduled in the auditorium at the coliseum Complex on june la at 4 . Lawrence Welk and his Champagne music makers play at the coliseum monday night. Dorothy comforts cowardly lion scarecrow tin Man Are near these famed characters Are much in View As a land of Ozz opens third season listen to cog 24 hours a Day for All the hits a All the time a plus valuable prizes cog a 1320 a the winners list keeps growing on the cog memory Bank Man of la Mancha this could demanded. He seemed unsatisfied with the explanation of a technical error. But he turned his White Steed and returned for another take. Afterwards he remarked that 20 months shooting of a Lawrence of arabian in various deserts was less arduous than a Man of la Mancha a which started Jan. 13. A this one has been a Bitch a it s an epic and costly James Coco left plays Sancho Panza and Peter of Toole is Don Quixote in the movie version of the musical a Man of la it is being filmed on location in Italy at a Cost of $11 million and it May be the last of the movie epics. Depressed economics have made the $2 million picture the Norm nowadays. A photo be last of the movie epics he muttered. A every morning i must have this makeup put on. If we re Lucky it takes an hour. If it does no to go on just rights it can to look phony it can take three hours. Once in a in it in a a prisoner. I can to even lie for director Hiller a Man of la Manchau has also been something of an ordeal but he seemed to be bearing up under it. A a it first musical a said Hiller who directed a love it is also his first costume picture and he faced the Challenge of interpreting an internationally accepted legend. A first i read a Don Quixote ail the Way through and found it Dull and repetitious then i read everything i could find about Cervantes. That did no to help much either. A i was puzzled about How to integrate the music. Finally i said a wait a minute Arthur you re making a movie. Why not stage the musical numbers As you would dramatic scenes a a after All the Story is one step removed from a Don Quixote since it is narrated by Cervantes. And it is one step removed from Cervantes because it is a in the musical aspects Hiller of making a musical in Italy has the expert help of associate producer Saul Chaplin who Ehas supervised music from b pictures to a West Side Story and a the sound of it was Chaplin who Shook his head to signal a bad take when of Toole and Coco failed to lip sync to the playback. A smiling Bland Man Chaplin explained the travails a it has never been done before. The studio technicians had no concept of How to go about it and we had to teach them every step of the Way. A the toughest part was getting Good musicians. You a think that would be easy in Italy. Ifs not. Their symphony is poor their opera is Good Only when they get the right stars to perform. The Best musicians Are in radio and television and we had to wait until they were of Toole and co Star Sophia Loren recorded their own songs. Sophia was a a revelation a said both Hiller and Chaplin neither knew she could sing so Well. Of tooled a songs Are More demanding especially in a the impossible while he has a a Good dramatic sense a some of his notes May have to be a a sweetened by a More trained voice. United artists risk when a Man of la Manchau is compounded by the fact that it is a musical. The big markets of Italy France and Germany have rejected most american musicals in recent years. So Why would United artists Lay out $11 million for a Man of la Mancha a besides the fact that it is a hit musical based on a universally known tale there is a matter of simple economics. Including Story rights of $2 5 million Hiller estimates United artists had spent Between $4 and $5 million before production. With that much already spent it appeared Wise to Taka the rest of the Gamble

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