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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 Speaking out Bruce Rogers hosts an opinion show for by and about Canadian teenagers. The youthful guests on the show discuss questions of the day. The programs will be seen Sundays at 4 p.m. on CBC-TV starting Jan. 5. National Geographic cameras visit Spain "Spain is distinct, vir- tually a land of poetry and romance." So wrote Washington Irving while travelling through Spain in the 1820's, and his words still hold true. Sunday, Jan. 12, CTV retelecasts the National Geographic Socie- ty special episode of Spain. While travelling Irving kept notes and wrote letters, enough to fill a trunk and even today they serve as a guide to armchair travellers. This journey begins by crossing the rugged Pyrenees where the Bas- ques have lived, little un- Dairii Queen changed since the time of Irving. Here, as elsewhere in Spain, the religious festivals have always been occasions of pageantry. During Holy Week, in one village, members bear crosses in a grand parade that slowly winds through the streets. In Toledo, the Moors North Store Only 516-13Ih ST. NORTH PHONE 327.4855 Luncheon Special MONDAY thru FRIDAY a.m. to p.m. BIG BURGER FRIES and SHAKE ONLY I 129 Variety NEWCOMER GET ROLE Stephen Macht, a new- comer to the Stratford Festival Company, will appear as Claudio in Measure for Measure, Dunois in Saint Joan, Or- sino in Twelfth Night and as John Proctor in The Crucible. APPEARS IN THE CRUCIBLE Gale Garnett, another leading member of Strat- Ford's Touring Company, will appear in Arthur Miller's The Crucible which joins the Avon Theatre repertory in mid- July. taught their magical arts. But today, a different kind of art and magic flourishes in Toledo. Ceramics, silversmithing, tool craf- ting, art is a part of daily life in this, El Greco's home. Cervantes wrote his in- spired comic tale of Don Quixote in La Mancha, yet the Queen of cities is un- doubtedly Cordoba where the most magnificant mos- que in Spain stands. Everywhere in Spain there is" magnificence. Every summit spreads before the traveller, a mass of history filled with places renowned for some wild and heroic achievement. Spain is directed by Guy Blanchard with Robert C. Doyle as executive producer. Narration is by David Wayne with Washington Irving's words spoken by Martin Gabel. Entertaining films premiere on Gallery The series premiering on CBC-TV on Fridays at p.m. is Gallery beginning on Jan. 3 with a film titled Whatever Became Of... Hollywood? Like the other 12 half hour films in the series, Whatever Became of Hollywood? is enter- taining. Viewers visit in the homes of movie greats like Fred Astaire, Gloria Swanson, Merle Oberon and others. There is a feeling for the rise and fall of careers in this town of glamor where a constellation of stars has clustered. There's also a "remember when" ele- ment to the film as it in- dicates Schwab's Drugstore, the back lot No. 2 about to go under the wrecker's ball to be replac- ed by a commercial development and a visit to Mary Pickford's estate and an interview there with her husband Buddy Rogers. The black lady who con- stantly visited Valentino's grave is remembered as is the man who played the original Superman role, who gives an interview from a telephone booth. The film, directed by Ene Riisna, has Richard Lamparski interview the stars. He -has written five books based on his more than 500 interviews with the men and women who made the name of Hollywood famous. The second film in the Gallery series is The Bricklin Story, a profile on the young millionaire visionary promoter Malcolm Bricklin who is attempting to develop a sports car to be mass produced in New Brunswick. This he is doing with the help of million from the coffers of Premier Richard Hat- field's government plus another million in Ot- tawa guaranteed loans. The Bricklin project is a today story indicating the high risks inherent in the business of manufacturing automobiles and an intrigu- ing story about a fascinating man and his dream car. It has been directed by John Watson and Pen Densham of In- sight Productions. Don Shebib's directed the third offering in the series, Winning's the Only Thing to be shown Jan. 17 about hockey in small town Canada. The young athletes of the Junior "A" team from Dauphin show how it is when hockey is a way of life. They're on the road travelling game to game by bus, then on the ice and the after game highjinks of teenage boys full of high spirits. The strummin' and the good life at a major south eastern U.S. bluegrass festival is shown when the film is Bluegrass Country scheduled for Jan. 24. Directed by Bob Fresco and Max Engel of Media Lab, the music throughout the film sets one's feet a' tapping. Everyone who's got a guitar plays or if not playing is listening or then there's swimming and picknicking in the dappled blue, gold and green of the countryside of the Ozark Hills. Other up coming Gallery programs by ex- ecutive producer Sam Levene and producer David Pears include The Master Blasters, Tennis Wanderer, Saskatchewan Looks at Canada, Fire In Your Forests and Salty Dog People. HOBBY WINE and BREW CENTRE Would like to Wish Everyone A HOBBY BREW YEAR! Westminster Plaza Phone 327-0569 HAPPY NEW YEAR Wo matter where you do your foot stompin' this new year you'll tread lightly with loot wear from Phone 327-3344 320A 6th St. S. "Parts For All Appliances" Your parts headquarters for all of Southern Alberta, call Jimmy at FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. IZ44 3rd live. Ptlone HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA 'HONDA HONDA Winter's a great time to buy a Honda Perhaps you won't do much riding between now and spring, but this is a great time tor buying. The MT250 looks a lot like Honda's CR250M Motocrosser. But it's street legal. Like the CR250M, it has a quick two-stroke engine. But with Honda's positive injection oiling from a separate oil tank. The MT250 has CR-type frame geometry for Cr-type handling. A quick turn throttle. A steel skid plate. But the MT250 also has everything you need for the street.' A quiet, Enduro Type muffler that's tucked well away. Lone travel, fully adjustable front and rear suspension for road or off-road. Full instrumentation and lighting. The MT250 is the bike you, take to the rough stuff. Then it you home a winner. 1974 PRICES Lethbridge. Honda- Layaway Plan No payments till March 15, 1975 Big savings on '74 Factory Fresh Models Warranty won't Start until March 15, 1975 From Mighty to Mini, Honda has it all! See your Honda Deal- er and make a deal on any of 3 models. Winter isn't such a dumb time to buy a Honda after all. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd Ave. S. (Closed Mondays. Open Thurs. Fri. til 9 p.m.) Phone 327-8889 I HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA HONDA ;