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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 9, 1974 LCTHBRIDQE HERALD Art galleries receive grants OTTAWA (CP) The art galleries and other Canada Cauncil -has organizations dealing with the announced grants totalling visual arts. for regional and local Largest of the grants is W w ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 12S13rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NKW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit PurchMod) PAYS DOUBLE ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WMKINDINTIRTAINMINT Saturday, February 9: "RAYMOND CANADIANS" downttairs "MUELLER'S MUSIC MAKERS" SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" in color Starring Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnirje'. and Stella Stevens. Saturday, February 9 at and _. 9 00 p m ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "GIRL IN MY SOUP" in color Starring Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn Saturday. February 9 show at 8 00 p m RESTRICTED ADULT "DOC" iii color Starring Faye Dunaway, Stacy Keach. and Harris Yulin Sunday. Monday, and Tuesday. February 10. 11 and 12 Show at P M RESTRICTED ADULT. WARNING LANGUAGE MAY BE OBJECTIONABLE TO SOME MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE GODFATHER" in color. Starring Marlon Brando Saturday and Sunday. February 9 and 10 Shows at 8 30 p m RESTRICTED ADULT ADMISSION 00 NO FREE PASSES THIS SHOW ONLY PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HARRY IN YOUR POCKET" in color Starring James Coburn. Micheal Sarrazine and Walter Pidgeon Saturday. February 9. shows at and 9 00 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "INSTINCT FOR SURVIVAL" in color Sunday. Fpbruary 10. show at 7 30 p.m. FAMILY. TABER Tower Theatre "INSTINCT FOR SURVIVAL" in color Sunday. Fpbruary 10. shows at 200, 7'00 and 900 p.m rAMII Y 4PARKPIAZA PnsiMsforyoir Oinini and Pteuira "Oscar Mclollie" WEEK-END "SPECIALS" No. 1: Grilled Salmon Steak 8 or Salmon Inner Sauce anfl I emon Wedge No. T-Bone Steaks For Two v T-Bone Steaks Aged and Marinated to Perfection Complimented with Mushroom Caos Per Person SPECIAL INCLUDES SOUP. SALAD CHOICE OF POTATO AND BABY CARROTS made to the Vancouver Art Gallery to assist with its 1973-74 activities. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, currently closed for renovations and extension, for exhibits away from its premises and to help prepare exhibits for next year. The Saskatoon Gallery and Conservatory, and the Glenbow-Alberta Institute, Calgary, each receive for their 1973-74 activities. Show Times Turntable topics Feb. 14th to 20th PARAMOUNT THEATRE RESERVE SEAT Tickets Now On Sale AT LEISTERS 2-5O Disneyland, Palm Springs, Grand Canyon. Tours March 2. March 23. May 11. Irom 16 days transportation and accomodation (twin) Reno. San Francisco Fisherman s Wharf. Hollywood. Knotts Berry Farm. Disneyland Palm Springs Grand Canyon and Las Vegas April Easter Holiday Disneyland Tour is low is 11 days transportation and accommodation (twin) Reno. San Francisco Hollywood. Disneyland Las Vegas Enquire about Expo 74 In Spokane. Aa low aaSIOS per person. 5 day Tranaportation and accomodation All Now On The New Sightseeing Bue-Northem Star NORTHERN BUS TOURS LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 327-3536 Saturday I LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 Numbers 10th Game Blackout in 55 Numbers ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money Entry Card All Wood Cards 500 Chiktran Under 16 Not AHomd Bingo will also played in the club room for members and their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Comer 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. DON'T LOSE YOUR SHIRT ON YOUR INCOME Preparing your own fan fiutn exoctJy o bor- rcl of Inuqfis. But, if can br OPV Simply H 8 COMFIFTE BIOCK, Jntomc Tax DETUI People Tlien you eon be certain you've received every possible deduction And she naked IruJn. Almeido shows talent in recording Saturday. February 9 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7.00 9 00 SEVEN UPS' 7-15 9 20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW' 9'00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- 7-15 9-15 CRIES WHISPERS 7-30 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9-15 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA INSTINCT FOR SURVIVAL 1 00 3 00 5 00 7 00 9 00 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT 11 Snwcf 6000 OH'cn. in Knnh NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY S. By TERRY McDONALD Clair de lune, Angel S-36064 The combined result of the delicacy and feeling of Brazilian guitarist Laurindo Almeido and the beauty of Debussy's Clair de lune is the highlight of this very fine recording. Using the most modern multiple recording techniques, Almeido has done a masterful job of reducing the romantic works of several composers to their lowest common denominator. The result is memorable. The recording includes Farruca from The Three- Cornered Hat by Manuel de Falla; 'Prelude No. 3 by Villa- Lobos; Debussy's La plus que lente: Granadas' Zombra, Op. 5 from Danzas espanolas, Villa-Lobos' Etude No. 1; Debussy's Reverie; Albeniz's Tango espanol; and Ravel's "Pavone ptfur une Infante defante and his Minuet from Le Tombeau De Couperin. Mozart, Flute Concerto in G, K.313; Oboe Concerto in C, K.314; featuring the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Philips 6500 379 Two concertos by a young Mozart. Experts tell us they are not considered among his major works. In fact, they are somewhat uncharacteristic of Mozart, having been composed to be performed by someone other than himself. Mozart, like most 18th century composers, was a gifted performer who intended to perform most of his own piano and violin works The artists for whom these two concertos were written may have received more than they bargained for since they are technically quite difficult.- Nevertheless, the Academy musicians and flautist Claude Monteux and oboist Neil Black do a delicate job here. And the recording is of excellent stereo quality. Brahms: Vier Balladen (Four Op. 10S. Schumann: Drle Romanzen (Three Deutsche Grammophon 2530 321 Side 1, Johannes Brahms was 21 when he wrote these ballads for piano, which, it has been said, gave an early indication of his future. Side 2, Drei Komanzen, Op. 28; Arabeske, Op. 18; aus Waldzenen, Op. 82; and aus Bante Blatter, Op. 99. Robert Schumann wrote in 1839 that "piano music has an important place in the recent history of music; it reveals the first glimmerings of a new musical genius." Both sides of this tranquil recording illustrate this opinion. Guitar Bach: Barclay 80163 Arrangements for guitar of many of Jean-Sebastian Bach's best known and most recognizable themes. French guitarist Andre Benichou has arranged the Bach themes some more successful than others. Highlight of the recording is the treatment of minute Op. 3. the simplest of the 14 rapid-fire arrangements offered here The piece is also the least electronically boosted of the lot. Nina Mouskouri songs from her TV series. Fontana 6312036 A beautiful voice singing both contemporary and traditional songs. Nina sings Judy Collins' Open the Door, the John Lennon-Paul McCartney song Let It Be, and Cat Stevens' hit Morning Has Broken as easily as she does traditional Scottish ballads Blow the Wind Southerly and The Bonnie Bank O' Loch Lomond Easy for Nina, easy to listen to Exorcist may set boxoffice record WILSON When you're in the mood In Portrait Photography I -tivr, I A. E. CROSS STUDIO 324 190) St H. 327-4079 to t; Smntfajn to 5 INO APPOINTMENT NfCCSSAkfi ANGELES (AP) The Kxorcisl. hailed by some critics as one of the 10 best movies of the year and dismissed by others as occultist- is terrifying, fascinating and in some cases nauseating record numbers of film-goers. By the time the devil is paid his due. the movie may become the biggest moneymaker of all time Warner Brothers, producers of the film, say the picture broke house records in every theatre it played in during the first week of release. Budgeted at million, the film cost about million be- fore shooting was completed. Now in its seventh week, Warner's says box office receipts already have exceeded its cost The idea for a novel on pos- session of a human by the devil came to author William Peter Blatty in 1949, while, as a theology student at Georgetown" University, he became intrigued with a priest's account of a recent exorcism performed on a 14- year-old boy. BOOK REJECTED After being rejected by two publishers. Harper and Row agreed to publish the novel which lasted 55 weeks on the best-seller list and sold six million copies in the United States. It now has been _ translated into 18 languages. Blatty maintained control of the screen version of the novel and. with himself as scenarist and producer, sold the rights to the book to Warner Brothers for and an interest in the picture. After seeing The French Connection. Blatty was determined that its director. William Friedkin. would direct The Kxorcist. Blatty and Kriedkin selected a wholesome Omnertirut girl. Linda Blair, to play the possessed girl and surrounded her with accomplished actors Max Von Sydlnw. Kllen Burstyn, Ixpe -f Cobb and Jason Miller. I .orations were scheduled for Washington, with interiors at a Manhattan studio. Rut the production ran into difficulties, and studio publicists have done nothing id discourage the thought that the problems were somehow related to the subject "Virtually the whole set in New York was destroyed by f ire." says executive producer Noel Marshall "I'm not Caving that our difficulties in making the film were from supernatural causes, but there were some unexplainable phenomena Rebuilding the set caused delays, as did operating the refrigerating system needed the actors" breath ccald be seen in the bedroom in which priests to force Satan from the girl's body It was difficult to maintain the frigid temperature with the movie lights, and the system often broke-down., once flooding the entire Filming stretched on from a scheduled Tour months to 1C months, and the budget swelled Warner Brothers, however. remained remarkably calm, says Friedkin. "They never said no to what f asked for." he adds. Among the things Friedkin asked for were ingredients foi the stunning special effects that give the film its graphic- brand of horror. And it's the detail that's sticking with' the audiences. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC BOSSHOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite a-3W Slh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge FRAM ES Europe, Britain and Ireland Munmlion ft Brochures tram UNIVERSITY 1 OURS I III. IY6 FRAMES 1881 German Canadian Club REGULAR DANCE Sat. Feb. p.m. Music by Fiorina and Invited QuMto Only NOTE: The German Contul will in Lathbridga Saturday and Sunday. For appointment phona Bodo Magdeburg at 327-1005. paramount cinema STARTS SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT P.M. SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT and now the film... Uimcrs.il I'murcs ,M Robert Sugvuxxj A NORM AN II WISON him JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR FAMILY .wl FAMILY MONDAY AT AND P.M. II DNI I II RSOM UllNNI I I I (MAN I'I N i. MrKui Hi.ii'L' Norm in I'Aisoti BIS .1 ,i ii. I' I MI-i- fc'ilM llll.l SlIIK-ISl.ll H I'. fllllP" I l-tv i Inn fit. college cinema STARTS SUNDAY ONE SHOW 8 P.M. SPECIAL 3-DAY RETURN ENGAGEMENT FOR THOSE WHO MISSED ITI Adult HE'S SO MEAN, HE SHOT HIS HORSE FOR SMILING! MON. and TUES. AT 8 P.M. ONLY 'They Call Me Trinity' wilh .italic UmSiiirVii will, r.'irlcvj Il' I SECOND FEATURE Joseph K Presents An r.mtia.isv film "Trinity Is Still My Name" AM AVCO With TERRENCE HILL BUD SPENCER ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount TONITE thru TUESDAY TONITE AT P.M. SUNDAY AT P.M. TO From the producer of' Buiim and French Connection' THE SEVEN UPS "BEST PICTURE" "BEST DIRECTOR" "BEST "BEST ACTRESS" UVUUMANN YORK FILM CRITICS INGMAR BERGMAN'S Four Women dre- ssed m white a mansion painted red haunted by _ whispers and cries. ROGER GORMAN NOV WOW.O PJCTWRES RCIEASE CRESAhD RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema POSITIVELY LAST TIMES TONITE AT P.M. Family Entertainment A Breath-Taking Spectacle Of Wild Fury INSTINCT FOR college cinema LAST TIMES TONITE CHiLOREN UP T014 YRS. SI .00 OTHERS S2 00 ;