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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 20, 1971 THE UTHMIDGI HERALD IF you have the uneasy impres- sion that Whoop-Up Days have all the Impact of a Lily Tomlin hooray, take heart with Exhibit A. This outstanding showcase of Artiste and craftsmen of city and district at the Exhibition is more than worth the price of admission to the grounds. For the first time, there is enough qpace so congratulations to Andy or the member of the Exhibition Board who made the decision to be gener- ous to the arts. Kudos, too, to whoever was inspired to get Elaine Harrison to co-ordinate the show of arts and crafts. Here we have the work of weavers, painters, pot- ters, sculptors, silversmiths splendidly presented. It's the best show ever with, at last, space to do the job well. A suggestion now to the Ex- hibition Board. Hire Mrs. Harrison to design, direct and advise on all displays. And that includes the commercial dis- plays too. Give her a budget, a crew, invest'in good light- ing, buiH her risers and you'll really have a show. And more. Let's have a great display of homecrafts, as a tribute to the many women who worked over the years to make that a big community- involving part'of the fair. Lets have school art. Let's have flowers if you have to go out and solicit the community for posies. Let's have a show of amateur photographers. Let us see again the crops of this good country. Let's get the ani- mals into the barn. How many kids recognize the great smell of sweet hay and other atten- dant odours? Let's do something about that dull strip between the pavilion and the midway, it's a great place for the performing arts. Let's have a show from the Sir Alexander Gait Museum. Let's have some excitement on machinery row; this townie would like to see how things wgi. And why leave that great expanse of bare floor in the pa- vilion. I know the big dances are being held tonight and tom- orrow, but displays could have been mounted on dollies to be rolled out and in at will. Let's forget the area under the grandstand if the exhibi- tors can't get a better break. And that goes for grandstand shows too if you can't make them more visually attractive with backdrops and lighting. Let's get some action down- town. Local merchants would do well to visit Kalispell and see their Crazy-Daze. It's good for business and the costumed clerks are a great color note. Let's make it worthwhile everywhere to come to Leth- bridge for Fair days. Wen, you asked for sugges- tions so let's make the 1974 edition a great show. MOVIES: Although briefly. Sidney Poitier's second direct- ing stint has brought forth a black variation of Love Story in A Warm December. This is old style movie romance, a weeper that at least offers a TODAY'S SHOW TIMES PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Tom Sawyer" Last Complete Show Family Saturday Short Subjects "Tom Sawyer" Last Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINBIA Short Subjects "Warm December" Last Complete Show Adult Saturday Short Subjects "Love Pain and Whole Damn Thing" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "Spook Show" "Hillbillies in Haunted House" Two Complete Shows Saturday Short Subjects 9.05 Cigars" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Mechanic" "Magnificent Seven Bide" One Complete Show Adult RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the ponsibilrty of The Lembridae Herald. CHEC V Morley McGlll and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Warvln Conttmporary Uao Dow Farm Music We Remember Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY NIOHT Dava King Jack NtufaM Pan! Tesslar CHEC-FM .SATURDAY Bury) Clarke Buryl Clarke News Bury! Clarka News Sports Buryl Clarke 8-00 News Buryl Clarke CJOC News with Bill Station, Rad Whltt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY NIOHT Jim 10.05 Jim Elliot Show iis SPAS? SJBW .swsr t.OO Bruce Bowie Show News, Wtnr, Sports Newt MONDAY Hire FRIDAY t a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 11 naan4 p m. Dell-O t p-.v-'S Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob concie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY t MI.-12 noon Don McMaster p.m. and Encores Son Heawan t pjn.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS t pjn. Conceits, Overtures and (Bob Concie) 1-1 p m. The Hour (German program) 14 p.m. Don Hedman pm-12 midnight Concerts, and Encores (Bob Concie) Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIOHT Five Nights a Week This Country In A-ta Homa Run My Music the Morning (Pt. 1) 5 00 BBC Malor Progression Time Signal SATURDAY This Country In 5-30 tM sounds the Morning Pt. 7) World at Six Saturday 12.00 News As It Happens News 12-10 Our Native Land tja Between Ourselves Notice Board Music West 9-00 News 1-tQ Saturday West News, Sport, Wlhr. The Glums I'm Sorry 111 From the Family Favorites Read That Again CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabknrlsion Ch. 6) FRIDAY Dean Martin SpSderman Hollywood News CO 17.00 Klahanie CJOC CNIB See Hear Crossfire 1-00 Wrestling Movie: 2.00 Badminton Stood on the Arrow Gymnastics '.00 Tennis MTUROAT 5-00 Bugs Bunny PlnoccWo Pucketts General Stare 5.30 Get smart News 30 Bob Newnart 7.00 Odd Couple Here Go Again S-ODMULS.H. S.30 All in the Family wizard of Oz Tommy Hunter IfcJD FHntstanes CFCN-TV UthbrkJge Choimef 13 (Cebtevfekm Ch. 4j FRIDAY News Bockshot Star Trek Pierre Berta) 12.30 Mssical Friends Movie: The Guns Outdoor Sportsman of Navarone Sports Digest SATURDAY J.30 Wrestling Unftcrsiiy of Air WorW Champion- Hawxeye ship Tennis Gang 4.X wide WorJd Poppet _____ Story Theatre News KRTV Great Mb Channel 3 (CaUevision Ch. 9) FWIOAY TonWht Show n DO Bunny SATU1RDAY n 3D Sabring 12 OD 3 00 TOO 3 X Aroma nt World 4-OD American 4.30 Nrws S-OpThe t.OO Emergency KFBR-TV Great Falh Channel 5 (CeMevision Ch. 11) 5-55 News the dock The Brady Bondl Sonny and Cher Movfe: Cool Million FBI 00 Hee Haw Amtlln9 7 00 Senford and Son 7.30 ATI In the Fimlly 8-00 Mission 9.00 Medical Centre Archies 10 00 News Fat FRIDAY __________ S W Password cotter's TniH 30 SATURDAY t 00 News News 4 30 Trtffft or M. R. PtffnTtrf Jatikson 5 7 00 Brady BvnCh The 7 30 Odd Cot-pie Superstar MovM 5 OS Room 222 Brady Klas s 30 Love Tny Neighbor T.OO Brwilcihed 9 03 Lavs, American Kid Power Style It m Phantom 10 00 Nw 30 11-OOMonkees 11.30 American Bana- sfrsnd CBS Children's Film Festival 1-00 Judy Lyrm 1.30 1972 World Drag 2-00 J to World of Sports i 30 Reasoner 5 oti Aiimal Wofia People Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E little less phonieness in that the ailing Esther Anderson doesn't pull an Ali McGraw. Ali was revoltingly healthy almost to the final frame. Opening, pos- sibly briefly for Maggie Smith fans, Love, Pain and the Whole Damn Hung, and recommend- ed always for the great Miss Smith, little Cigars, gimmicky if you like gimmiftn, otherwise forget it. For the kids the musi- cal Tom Sawyer (good reviews) and Battle of the Planet of the Apes (possibly the last sim- ian Ahead, The Sound of Music, and Paper Moon although you may have to move fast to catch Peter being, super in The Ruling Class. MUSICALS: Channel s is doing its bit to combat the-sum- mer television doldrums with a Monday through Friday fes- tival of movie musicals slated for p.m. each evening. For openers, Monday will bring you the S'Wonderful music of George Gershwin, Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron and An American in Paris. Tuesday, Kelly's back with a very young Frank Sin- atra in the Comden-Green-Bem- stein hit of the forties On The Town. Not quite as impressive, but pleasant for a summer evening is the .Wednesday of- fering of I Love Melvin with Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor. Thursday; the daz- zling Gwen Verdon and Damn Yankees. And Friday, what has become a classic, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers with Jane Powell and Howard Keel. Now if Kiss Me Kate and Singing in the Rain could have been in- cluded, that indeed would have been a TV week to remember! MEANWHILE: The Dick Men's production of Leonard Bernstein's West Side Story which hit the stage of the Yates August 21 for a five-day run is shaping up at a rate LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WHOOP-UP ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Thursday, Friday and Saturday "PHIL LETHBRIDGE" "Members and Thefr Invited Guests" that this may be the best yet of the Arts Council's summer predictions. The box office has been opened at Leis- ters and early action will get you the choicest seats. MAYBE: You haven't yet caught the Paul Horn Show? Seen Wednesdays (Ch. 13) this half hour with flaUtist'Hprn, his group and guest stars is a pure summer delight. What it has going for it is a splendid simplicity. No joksters, no splash production numbers, just great music and sympa- thetic tensing. Occasionally Horn may be seen playing his flute in the Taj Mahal or ser- enading a whale, but mainly the action is with a very apprecia- tive audience in the intimacy of the studio. The guests are obviously chosen for their fine musicianship. Gloria Lor- ing, for example has in other presentations been a trifle plas- tic-edged. Her work with Horn this week showed her to be a very classy singer indeed. Next Wednesday Leon Bibb will be featured, and could ft be hoped that a future showcase could showcase the gorgeous Salome Jens? MOVE: The whole family ALEC HOTEL Whoop-Up Days Entertainment Every afternoon Mon..Sat. 4 to 6 p.m. "Wilf Ducharm" Men., Tues., Wed., Evening "Young Country" Thun., Fri., Sat. evening "Lineman" down to the Bowman Arts Cen- tre Thursday for the annual Theatre for Children presenta- tion by Lethbridge Youth Theatre and the Sunshine Play- ers. Last year's show attracted an audience of close to 300, the THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL III AZTEC LOUNGE Song by "AL EARL" Recording artists from Vancouver THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION FRIDAY Beaver Room "Moonglows" SATURDAY Cabaret "Moonglows" Vimy Lounge "Chemo" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY SATURDAY Of IN UTHBRIDGE Rodeo and Chuckwagon Races Tonight and Saturday p.m. lam r nmmwtt a> fl ilaai vnv WH in IWTO ocnun 1111 HIV ipwa cxdtement of dhuckwaaan racu and cadi night at grandstand. from inlamaiiaiKd drarit will rraat yen to and spilb of prefMtienal Phone 328-4491 far LETHBtlDGE JAYCEES S5000 BAR of GOLD "tire 5.5000 Draw Nightly KINSMEN CAR AWARD 73 Charger Dodge CCM10 Speed THOMAS SHOWS MIDWAY HORSE RACING Whoop-Up 2.30 p.m. CASINO 4H WILDING BEER GARDEN Open Noon Midnight A Great Show for the Whole Family WDfS-CAMB-SHOWS hm for all TWO DIE IN BLAST HOUSTON (AP) An ex- plosion at the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. plant here Tuesday killed two employees and injured a third, a company spokesman said. The blast and resulting fire occurred in the chemical manufacturing section of the plant. Cause of the ex- plosion was still undetermined. youngest babe in arms, the oldest up in her nineties. Wea- ther permitting the stow will be presented in front of the Bowman so bring a rug or cushion along. Refreshments will be served after the show and the audience is invited to view the awarding of "The the Chris Gibson Mem- orial Scholarship to an out- standing Youth Theatre mem- ber. It's all free and all fun. AND MOVING: A movie about John Ware, a famous black cowboy of Southern berta. An agreement to product hag been concluded between Chief Moufitain Ltd. of RaynuMd and Maxtae Sam- uels Productions of Montreal. Ware, born in alavery in South Carolina in 1846 came to Al- berta in 1882 and settled in the High River area. The script will be based on an account of bis life written by ant Governor Grant Mac- Ewen, and filming will be done nea.- High River and In Arizona and South Carolina. ELRANCHO FRONTIER DINING ROOM Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialties served daily DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS Entertainment for your listening pleasure Sunday! college cinema 3Ml An. ft Miyor Or, TONIGHT ONLY 2 SHOWS at p.m. Stt! Girts Off Ricltlet0rc. Ytir Efts I MBK MI tscoM m NOIBI aPlw! na WMCM m UCMS to am !O> Tate tome wmnp PLUS HORROR MOVIE "HILLBILUES IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE" IN COLOR Family Entertainment up to 14 yean AJI Green's Pop Shop Ltd. 544 13th STREET NORTH Open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. POP FOR AS LITTLE AS A BOTTLE This Week's Specials Mountain Dew 5 te 1 M plus deposit 20" Fan WE ARE NOW STOCKED WITH FISHING TACKLE Comer Store Wild Sufwmarktt SOUTHERN THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "CHARLEY AND THE ANGEL" In Tech- nicolor. Starring Fred MacMurrav. Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21. Friday shows at p.m. Family. No Matinee Saturday. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "COLD TURKEY" In color. Starring Dick Van Dyke and Bob Newhart. Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 2L Friday stow at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. No Matinee Saturday. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "CROSS AND THE SWITCHBLADE" In color. Starring Pat Boone and Jackie Giroux. Friday and July 20 and 2L Friday show at pan. Restricted Adult.; PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" In color. Starring Goldie Hawn. Eileen Heckart and Eddie Albert. Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. No Matinee Saturday. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "SILENT RUNNING" In color. Starring Bruce Dern. and Cliff Potts. Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 2L Friday show at p.m. Family. F.ABER Tower Theatre "PUBLIC EYE" In color. Starring Mia Farrow. Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. No Matinee Saturday. Family Entertainment SHOWING TONIGHT THRU WED. at p.m. FAMILY paramount cinema ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN conege cinema Tonrtc and Sot. at pm. favour iMdN SATURDAY ONIY at p.m. AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL WARNING -Crude language may be objectionable to some CHARLES BRDNSDN ,r WIMNEP f.i-i "THE MECHRNIC ADULT NOT SUITABL1 FOR CHILDREN green acres drive in KIT NO. I 'MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE' CAm WHI AT' TONI7E 0ml SAT. PEN AT 9 PM ONE COMPUTE SHOW AT 9.45 MA. ;