Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Versatile composer Composer Victor Davies is so busy with his work he has had to turn down offers this year. Davies' output includes symphonic and theatre music, children's musicals, rock operas and even pizza jingles. His latest project is a large-scale rock opera called Beowulf, based on the oldest-known English saga. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TRIPLE IRONS" in color Wednesday, August 14, show at 815 pm ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CHARLEY VARRICK" in color Starring Walter Matthau Wednesday, August 14 show at 8 15 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday, August 9th Downstairs: "THE OK's" Saturday, August 10th Upstairs: "THE OK's" The perils of a man [who comes face-to-face with himself. K h u k I Alt T PfrSPWfSf-NTflTlON Lethbridge Alliance Church 1202-3rd Avenue South SUNDAY. AUGUST 18lll p.m. Returning By Popular Demand All This Week At The Legion The Music and Song Stylmgs of "JACKWHYTE" LEGION ZONE CAMPOUT AND GOLF Sat., Sun., Aug. 17, Lake Expo Jim Nabora and Buck Special, 4 Aug 18th Expo Merle Haggard Special, Aug. 30th. 4 days........ Expo Kreakln Special. Sept. Autumn Tour Sept. 9, Banff, Lake Columbia Ice Jaapar, Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, Spo- kane, Expo 12 low Waterloo International Peace Park Tour. Alao tour to Red Rock Canyon, Sept. 9 ft 10. Double occup- ancy Per perton.................. Battlefield Tour, Sept 16th, 4 double Expo Soviet Union NHL Hockey Expo Porter Wagoner Special, Sept. 26th, S Eaitern Canada Autumn Tour, Montreal, Quebec City, Prince Edward Island, Halifax, Ottawa. Toronto, Niagara Oct 23 low Expo Polynesian Special, Oct 2nd, 8 days Expo OuyLombardo Special, Oct. 10th, 4 Expo Special, Oct. 17th, S Expo Wettern International Hockey Special, Oet Expo Ella Fitzgerald Special, Nov. OUneyland, Grand Canyon. Nov. 2nd, 16 Roee Bowl Tour, Dec. 2( Florida Dlaney World Washington D.C., Jan Transportation and Accommodation Worlds Only Airline Service On The Ground NORTHERN BUS TOURS Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 327-3538 329-4474 Also Plncher Creek Travel Centre Nude performers get cold shoulder Show Times LONDON (AP) Actors and actresses who bare all in sex movies got the cold shoulder Monday from Equity, Britain's actors union Vanessa Redgrave, who once did a nude scene in the movie Blowup eight years ago, championed a move to allow striptease dancers, nude photo models and skin-flick artists to become members of the union But the outspoken actress and leftist revolutionary, who has frequently clashed with Equity's more conservative leadership, was outvoted at a special meeting in a London theatre OXNARD, Calif (Reuter) Academy Award-winning actor Walter Brennan, who suffered an emphysema at- tack on his 80th birthday, was reported Monday in "very good" condition in a hospital here The actor entered the hospital July 25 and was plac- ed in an intensive care unit Hollywood tennis enjoying boom ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents The Hit Musical DAMN YANKEES (A Dick Melts Production) YATES CENTRE AUGUST 20 to 24 p.m. Matinee August 24, p.m. Tickets at Leister's PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 2 00 3 50 5 50 7 25 925 HERBIE RIDES AGAIN 2 20 4 20 6 00 800 1000 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 25 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 10 920 THREE MUSKETEERS 7 35 9 50 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT BUS CRASH KILLS 26 SAO PAULO (AFP) Twenty-six people died and 24 were seriously injured when a bus collided with a tractor Monday near Solteira 450 miles northwest of here COLLEGE CINEMA Shott Suh CCK 7 CO 9 05 THUNDEhbOi 4 iJGHTFOOT 1" 9 15 LAST COM ETF SHOW 05 GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE CLEOPATRA 930 DEAD ARE AL tft 11 20 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 930 GATES OPEN 8 30 ADULT ENTERTA NMENT R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304-5th St S Ph. 327-7244 Lethbndge LOS ANGELES (AP) On the stages where Glenn Ford once romanced Rita Hayworth there is a new kind of love The question of what to do with Hollywood's empty movie stages is being answered, temporarily at least, by capitalizing on the tennis boom At least two studios that once bustled with cowpokes and dancing girls now are welcoming tennis enthusiasts First into the field was the Hollywood Indoor Tennis Club, which rented the back part of the Columbia Studios, vacated when Columbia mov ed to Warner Brothers Resident pro and manager is Allen Tong, once captain of the University of Southern California tennis team "We run a 24-hour operation said Tong, displaying the two handsome courts that occupied a sound biage The courts are often oc- cupied in the early morning hours by music stars seeking to unwind after late recording sessions and actors relaxing after night filming Why are actors playing ten- nis instead of movie scenes on the stages' Because few Theatre developer dead at 63 TORONTO (CP) Robert Gill of Hart House Theatre, University of Toronto, a foremost contributor to the development of Canadian acting talent, is dead at 63 Mr Gill was found Saturday at his Toronto home It was not immediately known how long he had been dead or the cause of death Such distinguished players as Kate Reid, William Hutt, Donald Sutherland and Bar- bara Hamilton were all proteges of Mr Gill who arrived at Hart House in 1946 Born in Spokane, Wash of a Canadian father, Mr Gill graduated from the drama department of the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1933 He returned there to teach before coming to Hart House On his arrival in 1946, he directed a production of George Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan, which had Chairmain King in the title role Cocteau's The Infernal Machine followed The next year marked the first of the four-play seasons which were to last for 20 years Mr Gill also taught Univer- sity of Toronto extension courses at the Royal Conser- vatory of Music here, at the Banff School of Fine Arts and the Summer School of Theatre, University of British Columbia and at the Peter- borough, Ont Summer Theatre He was the first chairman of the Canadian Guild of Drama Adjudicators and he directed operas in Toronto and Vancouver He is survived by a twin sister, Mary Mclsaac of Glen Burnie, MD. features are being made in Hollywood nowadays, young directors preferring to shoot on location Television filming is also greatly diminished STREISAND PLAYS Tong s club has attracted many show biz personalities, and for some of them, it's a sentimental trip Barbra Streisand whacks the fuzzy ball in the same precincts where she belted People and Funny Girl Charlton Heston who made Diamond Head at Columbia, and Janet Leigh who starred there in My Sister Eileen are club members So are Bill Cosby, Sidney Poitier Johnny Carson Gene Kell> and Jim Brown Members pay a year and rent courts from to an hour, depending on what time they play If they come alone, they can use ball machines or rallyers teen- age players who return the ball Those who want to learn the game fast can take my saturation said Tong 'It is guaranteed to provide acceptable skill The course is three hours a day for 10 days at two hours a day for 10 days at or two hours for six days at The only requirement is that you must be in good condition You gotta be or vou won't sur- vive Singer Tom Jones took one of the courses and graduated with honors Tong said DUPLICATE BRIDGE TOURNAMENT Friday, Saturday. Sunday, Aug. 2 SESSIONS ONLY! at p.m. and p.m. Ericksen's Family Restaurant Special novice section Friday afternoon for beginners ALL BRIDGE PLAYERS WELCOME! of Mayfair Antique Bygone Sale Saturday, August 17th 1 00 p r" Viewing Friday, August 16th 7 to 10 p m Catalogues available AUCTION BLOCK 2507 2nd Ave N Phone 327 1222 college cinema TODAY FOR SIX DAYS HOTEL RED COACH LOUNGE NIGHTLY MAURICE TROCKSTAD TAVERN nightly "ROGER PHILLIPS" RESTRICTED ADULT 18 YEARS AND OVER HE HAS EXACTLY SEVEN MINUTES TO GET RICH QUICK' CLINT EASTWOOD 'THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT R United Artists Shows at and p.m. paramount green acres drive-in 4 DAYS STARTING THURSDAY Gales open 8 30 p m complete show 9.15 p.m. Dear Patrons: This has got to be the whackiest Western you will ever see! It's kookie, nutty and just plain funny. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SINGER" "BLAZING LITTLE GENEWILDER SLIMPICKENS DAVID HUDDLESTON CLAUDE ENNISSTARRETTJR MEL BROOKS HARVEY KORMAN M MADELINE KAHN MEL BROOKS NORMAN STEINBERG ANDREW BERGMAN RICHARD PRYOR ALANUGER toy UNDREW BERGMAN Protai by MICHAEL HERTZBERG SECOND FEATURE: "RED SUN" CHARLES BRONSON URSULA ANDRES8 TODAY thru SATURDAY SHOWS AT AND P.M. EVENINGS ONLY! "IT CAN BE SAID, SIMPLY AND WITH THANKS, THAT IT IS AN ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIC MOVIE'.' FAMILY "-Un. THE THREE MUSKETEERS iPG paramount NOW SHOWING 8th St South 3275180 THERE'S A (LOVE) BUG GOING AROUND ...and everyone's going to catch fff FAMILY V WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS HAYES BERRY POWERS MclNTIRE WYNN BILL WALSH Bi'iWA'SH CONTINUOUS SHOWINGS THRU SATURDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS FIRST SHOW AT 2 P.M.