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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta July 7, THI UtTMIMOOl HBUII Warm reception for production OTTAWA (CP) A near-ca- pacity audience gave a warm reception to the National Arts Centre's production of Moz- art's Don Giovanni, the first of three operas being performed in this summer's Festival Can- ada. Applause lasting 4% cftuites was given the centre orchestra under the direction of Mario Bernardi and the principal soloists. What flaws were de- tected in the production were in stage mechanics, things that can be fixed before the opera is repeated July and 14. Allan Monk of Calgary sang a robust Don Giovanni, the li- HAIR-FLAIR Beauty Salon S03 7th St. S. PHONE 3284197 centious young nobleman, but Paul Plishka of the New York Metropolitan Opera, as the Don's servant, LeporeHo, Just about upstaged him and every- one else in the cast with his well-timed bits of stage busi- ness. Gov.-Gen. Roland Michener and Mrs. Michener attended the performance and went back- stage afterwards to con- gratulate the cast. It was drawn together, principally by Mr. Bernardi, from several Cana- dian and other opera com- panies. The second opera of the season, Offenbach's La Belle Hekne, will open July 17, and last summer's production of Mozart's Cosi Pan Tutte is being revived July BIG ISLAND The island of Newfoundland is square miles in area. LABOR (LIB COKNiR 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY "THE LINEMiN" and Their Invited Guests' ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. in 54 NOS. hi 55 NOS. If no bingo called after 55 numbers will continue for BONUS JACKPOT IN 48 NOS. NO ONE UNDER TEAKS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY TONIGHT "CHARADES" Bont forgot nor Annual Golf Tournament July 2S and SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre THE THIEF WHO CAME TO DINNER" In cokr. Star- ring Ryan O'Neal, Jacqueline Bisset and Warren Oates. Saturday, July 7 shows at and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "HANG 'EM HIGH" In color. Starring dint Eastwood and Stella Stevens. Saturday, July 7. Show at p.m. Adult. Starts Sunday, July 8. "RAGE" to color. Star- ring Academy Award Winner George C. Scott Sunday at "pan. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre 'LAWMAN" to color. Starring Burt Lancaster, Robert Ryan and Lee J. Saturday, July 7. Shows at and p.m. Adult Sunday, July 8 at p.m. "BE- NEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES" fa color. Star- ring James Franciscus and Roddy McDowell. Family. TABER Tower Theatre HDR" In color. Starring Charlton Heeton and Stephen Boyd. Saturday, July 7, shows at and p.m. Family. Starts Sunday, July 8 at pjn. "ASY- LUM" In odor. Adult. LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 51 Numbers Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money 20 AIL GAMES HUB MONEY CAN BE DOUBUD ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card SI .00 All Wood Cards 5Qg Each IO will also be ployed hi dob roam for owo their invilMi Actor calls for reform of movie industry All that jazz Jazz stars Dizzy Gillespie, top, Dave Brubeck, bottom left, and Ella Fitzgerald perform at a tribute to Louii Armstrong during the Newport Jazz Festival in New York. During the performance the stadium they were playing in was named Louis Armstrong AAemorial Statdium In honor of the famous trumpeter who died .two years ago. Queen stamps OTTAWA (CP) Two special stamps will be issued Aug. 2 to commemorate Queen Eliz- abeth's visit to the Com- monwealtti heads of govern- ment meeting, the post office announced here. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Cartifitd Dental Mechanic Suito 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lcthfaridgo James Cagney sets award o LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor James Cagney, who made his last film in 1961, will come out of self-imposed seclusion next March to receive the American Film Institute's Life Achieve- ment Award. It will be Cagney's first ma- jor public -appearance since he starred in One, Two, Three 12 years ago. ALEC HOTEL PRESENTS "THE COUNTRY BLUES" In the SALOON TAVERN Thursday, Friday, Saturday Mtnfe Friday and Saturday Banquet Comer 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. 14 days, transportation and accomodation Ponderosa Ranch, San Francisco, Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, Holly- wood and las Vegas. Dee 26 includes Pasadena Rose Bowl Parade. EASTERN CANADA AUTUMN IEAVES LUXURY TOUR (Sept. 4) 24 days, transportation and occomodaticn Ottawa, Quebec City, Halifax, Moncton, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Foils, Windsor, Chicono, Paul. YELLOWSTONE TOUR Aug. 27 6 DAYS TOURS ESCORTED BY STEVE KOTCH REST ROOM, AIR CONDITIONED "AQUILA" Book New limited number of tickets available NORTHERN BUS TOURS PHONE 327-3536 LETHBRIDGE, AITA. 1 DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE "DAVID KAYE SHOW" Tonight thru Saturday (NO COVBt CHARGE) HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Tonight thru Saturday "LAURIE BARDSIEY" HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 Symbol warns TV viewers LONDON (Barter) The In- dependent Broadcasting Author- ity announced yestreday it plans to use a symbol on television screens warning viewers of ap- proaching scenes of violence. The authority said a small rec- tangular outline will be super- imposed at the bottom, left- hand corner of the screen. Today s Showtimes PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday "Mary Poppins" Last complete show Family Sunday "Mary Poppins" (tee Complete Stow Famfly PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "ffitter Last Ten Days" Last Complete Show Adult Sunday Short Subjects "Hitler Last Ten One Complete Show Xdult COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short "High Plains Drifter" Last complete show Restricted Adult Sadly Start Subjects "High Plains One Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday "Chato's Land" "Young Bffly One Complete Show Adult Smday "Wfflard" "Ben" One Complete Show Adult MONTREAL (CP) Pinsent, embittered by the fail- ure of The Rowdyman to break out in dollar signs after rave re- views, is on a one man crusade to reform Canada's film in- dustry. Here to sweat through a Na- tional Film Board production called The Heat Wave Lasted Four Days, the 42-year-old au- thor-star of The Rowdyman says he Is going to go on mak- ing films in Canada "no matter what." Between shots in the 100-de- gree-plus heat of an apartment set recently, Pinsent found the relative coolness of a bathroom, and the time to puzzle over the failure of his film to make money. Despite critics' opinion that it was the best Canadian film made, The Rowdyman has ended up with only the barest of chances to make back its 000 cost. Pinsent blames most of the disaster on distributors. Poor theatre locations, short runs, the inability to Ike up proper distribution in the United States; his list of complaints is long. NEED TO BEND The distributors, he says, "try to go in cheap and come out rich on a film that needs all the help it can get. I think ev- eryone needs to bend over a little and help things along." Pinsent wrote the script for The Rowdyman, played the title role and put up half the cost of the production. Since his-experience with The Rowdyman, Pinsent says, be has spent a great deal of time trying to understand what has to be done to make films suc- cessfully in Canada. The obvious solution, be says, is to go half-American and half Canadian, "but then we're back where we started with Cana- dians as second players." "If the talent in this country can just go to bed with the money in this country, maybe it can all come together. "Otherwise we're just going to be left on the sidelines with our dreams." Loyal Order of Moose SOCIAL and DANCE SAL, JULY 7, 9 P.M. Music fry COUNTRY 3 MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS MA GEORGESON'S SOUTHERN STYLE TAKE-OUT 425 13th Street North (In The Westminster Shopping Plaza) Phone 328-0334 Now Open 7 Days A Week from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Owned and Operated by her son Ernie Georgeson Be sure to join in the fun and excitement of WHOOP UP DAYS in LETHBRIDGE JULY 16th thru 21st THOMAS SHOWS MIDWAY BMr Garden noon to Food For You -11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sports Canada 10 a.m. fa 10 p.m. Zoo 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Casino Daily 12 noon to 2 a.m. "07000 Monday a.m. Band Concert Sun., July 15th Japanese Gardens STAGE SHOWS GRANDSTAND July 16-17-18-B p.m. RODEO CHUCKWAGON PACES JUlV 19-20-21-CRANDSTAND HORSE RACING DAILY P.M. PRE EXHIBITION EVENTS LIGHT HORSE SHOW July 9-12 Outside Show Ring 4-H SHOW AND SALE July 10-11 Exhibition Pavilion ALECGUDCNESS SIMON WARD HITLER: THE UlSTTEN DAYS NOW SHOWING THRU WED. At and SHOWING SUNDAY AT FJA. ONLY Sun. and p.m. Kids 75e Anytime SEE IT AGAIN AND AGAIN with thtt music! FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT paramount cinema Wf-VANIYNI Mft.ft4fcAn.tHft.V4Mi NOW SHOWING THRU TUESDAY i GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. green acres drive in bDr.ft SHOWING SUNDAY AND MONDAY 'A DANDY TOP-NOTCH THRILLER" ABC TV ADULT ENTERTAINMENT OUR STARRING ERNEST RORGNINI ENDS TONITE 'CHAWS SSU, Abo "YOUNG HUT YOUNG" ;