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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Good and bad Theatre seasons similar to the weather Expo Jack Benny July 5 .....f 106 Disneyland and Expo August 17 at low 11 Expo Expo Charlie Pride Aug. 5 Expo Royal Lippizan Stallion Aug. 5 daya Expo Jim Nabori and Buck Owens Aug. 18th Expo Aug 5 days........................ Expo Canada Week 4 Aug. 28th......... Expo Merle Haggard Aug. 5 days.......... Expo Kreskin Sept. days Weal Coast Autumn Leaves Tour Sept. 12 as low as...................................... Lake Columbia Ice Expo. Expo Soviet Union Dancers NHL Hockey Special. 5 days Expo Porter Wagoner Sept. 5 days Eastern Canada Autumn Leaves Tour. Quebec Prince Edward Niagara Oct. 23 as low expo Polynesian Oct. 5 days OS Expo Guy Lombardo Oct. 4 Expo Oct. 5 days.......................... Expo Western International Hockey Oct. 5 days Expo Ella Fitzgerald Nov. 4 days........ Grand Las Nov. 16 days Christmas Pasadena Rose Bowl Dec. 26th Florida Disney World Washington .Jan. 11-24 Includes Transportation and Accommodation NORTHERN BUS TOURS Alta. Phone 327-3536 329-4474 Also Pincher Creek Travel Centre New York Times Service NEW YORK It was the best of it was the worst of seasons. Theatre seasons are like the weather They always seem more dramatic after a few decades of contemplative retrospec- tion When we were the summers were hotter and the winters were colder. Theatre seasons were too. It as everyone the atom bomb that has done it. What were the important aspects of the 1973-74 theatre season' there was the freak success of Eugene O'Neill's Moon for the Despite its be- ing a masterpiece by the cen- tury's greatest despite the distinction of its staging and the authority of its as a box office failure Moon for the had many things going for it. Yet it was an enormous success. It is enough to make Broadway believe in Santa Claus Every season has its sur- prises and its freaks For ex- David Storey's was produced off Broadway by the Chelsea Theatre to a concerted chorus of praise it later went on to win the New York Drama critics' Circle Prize as the best play of the year. But its showing at the box office was disappointing. It was an unpredictable season Magic got rather unfavorable but very deserved raves for its actual Doug Henmng It could have easily sunk without but it is doing very well The James Joyce's adapatation of in drew very mixed but its Zero won plenty of plaudits. And there was more than a suggestion both in the notices and their subsequent exploitation of lewdness and two con- nodities that when combined with a gilt edged cultural security such as James Joyce should spell instant success. The spelling went wrong. HOTEL RED COACH LOUNGE Nightly for your Entertainment KATHY DALE Show Times TAVERN Sweet AN WHILE QUANTITIES LAST JULY24-27TH BULK Wil-0-Crisp Reg. 1.49 Ib. 77 LADIES' Summer Tops 3 SPEED Fan two 17 Misses' Sandals 2 Sleeping Men's Golf Shirts 350 Lawn Chaisettes 9 GARDEN Hose 50ft. 3 67 ASSORTED Footwear Men's 2 Play Pool 6 Ladies' Shorts 2 Rocking Lawn Chairs Cooler Strofoam Marvel Green Lawn Seed TWIN GLOBE HYDROCOL Lamps Vinyl Playballs Skinny Rib Pullovers Paper Plates 80 white 409 Screens w screens 50 Window screens 1 ELECTRIC CHARCOAL Lighter 2 75 Corner of 4th Ave. 6th St. S. Downtown Triumphal homecoming Thirteen-year-old Quebec singer Rone Simard appeared at a news conference at Montreal International Airport on his return from the Third International Music Festival in Tokyo. Simard won both the festival's Grand Prix and Frank Sinatra trophy. PARAMOUNT THEATRE MAME 700 910 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS' 7 00 9-10 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 925 APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ 7 25 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 25 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA SCHOOL FOR SEX. 7 00 10 05 DEEP THROAT 8 30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 8'30 RESTRICTED ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE WHITE LIGHTNING 9 45 WICKED WICKED 11-45 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 9 45 GATES OPEN 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Sinatra damage suit trial date set LOS ANGELES A damage suit in- volving entertainer Frank Si- natra has been scheduled for trial in federal court Sept 10 The suit was filed by Frank a Salt Lake City insurance man who alleged that he was beaten by Jilly Rizzo and Jerry Arvenitas a close friend of is a New York cafe operator Arvenitas is a Sinatra bodyguard Weinstock said he was se- verely injured after he tried to fend off Sinatra's advances to Wemstock's wife Connie at a Palm Springs hotel on May 5. 1973 U S District Judge Manuel Real set the trial date here Wemstock's suit asks for general damages against Rizzo and Ar- general dam- ages against the Trinidad Hotel in Palm million punitive damages against Rizzo and DON'T BELIEVE SIGNS When No Gas signs began appearing regularly during the gas rationing period of the Second World drivers took to following fuel trucks to gas stations and million punitive damages against the Trinidad Hotel General damages are for hospital compensation for mental anguish and pay- ment for time lost from a the suit said. New premier named in paramount TONIGHT and THUDS. at p.m. She'll coax the blues right out of your heart Ethiopia ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia's military reformers have picked Michael a 44-year-old to be Emperor Hade Selassie's third premier in five months The military which has been the controlling power in this East African kingdom through five months of fired Endalkachew Makonnen as premier Monday The of- ficial Ethiopian news agency said the armed forces co- ordinating committee accused him of siding with former of- ficials the army has arrested for corruption and misuse of power minister of social and economic affairs under is considered more progressive than the ousted premier SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre starring Charlton Heston. July 24 show at p.m ADULT. FOR ONE NIGHT At 8 15 July 25 THREE in THE WORLD IN A Admittance PINCHER Theatre CHRIST Starring Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson July 26 and 27 Wednesday show at 8 15 p.m FAMILY Theatre IN YOUR in color. Starring James Coburn July 24 shows at 7-00 and p m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN LUCILLE BALL BEATRICE ARTHUR THURS.-FRI. and SAT. 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES 2 Adult Not Suitable For Children ING Burt Reynolds Also TONIGHT and THURS. at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT An Miyor Ntornh Or TONIGHT and THURS. RESTRICTED ADULT HIT No. 2 FOR ;