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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Big Broadway welcome surprises singer-actor NEW YORK Al- hough accustomed to lucky Jim Dale concedes urpnse at his smashing welcome. American experience vasn't on my schedule at he lean Briton asserts. 'I'd be an idiot if I didn't ex- ilore all the opportunities lere now Long a solid favorite at clown-singer- composer-actor Dale is hav- ing his first significant impact on this side of the big pond in a farcical romp. Besides putting him into the international the venture casts him as the sur- prise at least tem- of an eminent theatrical institution tottering toward collapse. This is how it happened. A few months ago the Young When you're in the mood... For Something That's New Different In Portrait Photography Give us a A. E. CROSS STUDIO Vic company put on Scapino as part of a British drama season at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Picked immediately for ecstatic reviews was portraying the rakish servant who solves everyone's problems in the Moliere classic The troupe was back in Eng- land by the time the totally un- related troubles of the Circle in the Square organization got into the newspapers. CIRCLED BY DEBTS The Circle in the Square be- gan off-Broadway 22 years ago and compiled an im- pressive record for artistic creativity. Singer to wed Alan eldest of the singing poses with Suzanne a student at Brigham Young as they announced their in Beverly yesterday. Both are and they hope to marry in the Mormon temple m Salt Lake City within six weeks. Expo Mormon Tabernacle Choir Chicago Expo Jack Benny July 5 OS Dianeyland and Expo August 17 as low Expo Charlie Pride Aug. 5 daya..... OS Expo Royal Lippizan Stallion Aug. 1 5 days OS Expo Jim Nabors and Buck 4 Aug. 18th.................................... Expo Aug. 5 daya....................... Expo Canada Week 4 Aug. 28th......... Expo Merle Haggard Aug. 5 daya.......... Expo Kreskln Sept. daya Weal Coast Autumn Leaves Tour Sept. 12 as low as...................................... Lake Columbia Ice Expo Soviet Union Dancers NHL Hockey S days Expo Porter Wagoner Sept. 26th. 5 days Eastern Canada Autumn Tour. Quebec Prince Edward Niagara Fa'M Oct. 23 as low as Lxpo Polynesian Oct. 5 days OS Expo Guy Lombardo Oct. 4 days Expo Oct. 5 Expo Western International Hockey Oct. 5 days Expo Ella Fitzgerald Nov. 4 days......... Grand Las Nov. 16days Christmas Pasadena Rose Bowl Dec. 26th Florida Disney World Washington .Jan. 11-24 days Includes Transportation and Accommodation NORTHERN BUS TOURS Alia. Phone 327-3536 329-4474 Also Plnchar Craak Traval Centre WANT TO BE A KWIK KOLOR Nothing to Just Bring In Any Roll of Film to be processed and you will Receive FREE a KWIK KOLOR SHUTTERBUG T-SHIRT KWIK KOLOR College Mall Phono 327-4884 College Mall Depot Only We reserve the Right to Limit Quantities 4 days f INCLUDES 2 days admission to World's accommodations 5 blks from Expo Site JULY 28. AUG SEPT SEPT 29. OCT. 20 CALIFORNIA DISNEYLAND 15 DAYS FEATURING Disneyland. San Diego. Mexico. San Francisco. Las Vegas. much more JULY 13. AUG SEPT 7 A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 60S 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM Co-sponsored City of Lethbridge Community Services Dept. Young Women's Christian Association DAY CAMPS Day Camp registrations will be taken every Monday at the East End of Hender- son Lake. Registration Fee. Ac- tivities include group fitness arts 'and crafts and special events. SUMMER VOLLEYBALL Interested in playing Mon- day and Wednesday evenings from Gym No. 1 at the Civic Sports Centre. Open to any interested no charge. For Further Information Contact Community Services Department 328-2341 Blonde travelling companion New romance for SOUTHAMPTON Richard newly divorced from Elizabeth arrived in England yesterday aboard the liner France with his blonde travelling companion Ellen Film board exhibits photos OTTAWA The many facets of the Canadian land- scape and the variety of its people form a triple exhibit arranged by the National Film Board here for the summer months Displayed in the salon of the National Arts the gov- ernment conference centre on Confederation Square and the NFB's regular downtown photo the exhibits were opened officially today by John A. deputy minister of public works. In the conference old railway station across Wellington Street from the Chateau Launer of the Canadian landscape published in 1973 to com- memorate a visit by the Queen are on display The arts centre salon has an exhibit of color photographs by Ron Webber of mainly close-ups of nature In the NFB's photo a collection of color photographs depicting the Canadian winter landscape has been hung. Show Times Saturday PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects. 7 00 9 00 BADLANDS 7-25 9 30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9 15 CONRACK 7 30 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9-15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects. 7.00 9.00 BUTCH CASSIDY- 7-10 9 10 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE EXECUTIVE ACTION 1000 DEADLY TRACKERS 11-50 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 1000 GATES OPEN- 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Sunday PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 6 15 BADLANDS- 8 40 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 15 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 8 15 CONRACK 830 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8.15 COUEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 8 15 BUTCH CASSIDY 8 25 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8'1S ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE MCQ 1000 JOHNNY HAMLET 1215 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 10 00 GATES OPEN 9.00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN MAY DOUBLE VOLUME A convention centre under construction in Kansas City will more than double the city's ISO-million annual convention business volume by says Mayor Rossen But she's no new love in his the actor's bodyguard said. The known only as passed messages between reporters and the twice married actor locked in his luxury suite aboard the liner Miss 27 year old daughter of late film director Robert occupied an adjoining suite during the six day voyage from New York Gino told is absolutely no truth in the suggestion that there is a romance between Mr Burton and Miss Rossen. They have been friends for many years and enjoy each other's com- POPULAR BALLET SARATOGA N Y It was Christ- mas in July last night as the New York City Ballet per- formed The Nutcracker to the delight of including many children. The popular children's usually performed at opened the summer season of the com- pany at the Saratoga Perform- ing Arts Centre. The Philadelphia Orchestra will follow the ballet into the centre. SAMMY MAD BEVERLY Calif. A fuming Sammy Davis Jr. denied yesterday that he was acting when he left without performing at a gala casino opening in Monaco He said he and his wife had been ignored by Monaco's royalty. Princess Grace I was just another jig m the Davis said The entertainer held a news conference in his home here to deny newsmagazine accounts of his behavior at the celebrity packed opening of Monaco's newest gambling casino June 22 The accounts said who was to appear for demanded in expenses for a 16 person billed the Monaco government for in yacht rental and as Princess Grace explained left in a huff because there was no helicopter to meet them at the airport in France. Princess the former actress Grace was quoted by Time and Newsweek magazines as people get that there's not much anybody can Davis said he had asked for or in that he had paid for the yacht that he had only brought nine persons with and that the helicopter accusation was false. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Theatre DARING in color. Starring Tim Considine and the original Doberman gang Satur- July 6. Show at p.m. FAMILY MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre in color. Starring Ryan O'Neal and Tatum O'Neal. Saturday. July 6 show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre in color. Starring John Wayne. July 6 shows at and p.m. FAMILY. IN in color. Starring Richard Roundtree July 7 show at 7.30 p m RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre GLIDE IN in color. Starring Robert Blake. July 6 show at 7-00 and p m. COMEDY ADULT TABER Sky-Vu Drive-ln in color Starring Sydney Portier July 6. Cartoons start at p.m. ALL THEATRES SUNDAY ONE SHOW ONLY P.M. paramount NOW SHOWING 'THRU TUESDAY 8th St 4th Ave South. 327 5100 SHEEN THE JAMES DEAN OF THE SEVENTIES IN A STORY BASED ON A FACTUAL RESTRICTED ADULT IN A LOT OF PEOPLE WERE KILLING TIME. KIT WAS KILLING PEOPLE. NOW SHOWING THRU TUESDAY JON VOIGHT One beautiful man. His story is true. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NOW SHOWING THRU TUESDAY 20th Ave Mayor Ma yath Dr 328 6300 A D U LT BUTCH THE KID ARE Just for the fun of PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE Panavcsion' Color by green acres drive-in LAST TIMES TONITE NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN EMECUTIUE ACTION SECOND FEATURE RICHARD HARRIS THE DEADW TRACKERS GatM Open p.m. Complete Show 10 p.m. STARTING SUNDAY green acres drive-in McQ-he'sa busted his gun is and his story is JOHN NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN THEY HUNG HIM ON I CROSS- BUTHEUVED TO FIGHT IGUW THE HE SEIRCHEDFOR THETRUTH- INO FOUND DEATH JOOTTT HAMLET CHIC CMMAN GILBERT ;