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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In tht AZTEC LOUNGE Song stylings by "BOB RAY" CABARET "THE ADAMS FAMILY" THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY TAIL-END of the set- son sees a parade of tele- vision pilots trying to make it in the fall network schedules. And the summer repeat syn- drome gives viewers a chance to take a second look at some of these hopefuls. One which might be running as strong competition to the firmly entrenched Ironside and Maimix is Mr. Inside-Mr. Out- side to be re-screened this week. What this vehicle has going for it is a realistic framework of two very ordinary men, plain- clothes detectives, doing their job against the backdrop of New York City. Not, thank goodness, in the clipped mono- tony that passes for Jack Webb- style naturalism. As the volatile Italian Massi, with an eye for a pretty chick, Tony LoBianco and Hal Linden, as his Jewish partner, deliver performances that have the di- mensions of Richard Wid- mark's Madigan. Where Madigan went wrong of course was in not exploring the rich lode cf human interest and criminal activity that his original location (New York) offered. Sent travelling by his writers Widmark offered the only strength in the now de- funct series. The producers of Mr. Inside- Mr. Outside would do well to measure the importance of lo- ALEC HOTEL Presents 'Something Thursday, Friday, Saturday LABOR CLUB CORNER 2ml AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 'THE LINEMEN" Members and their guests only! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A FISTFUL OF DYNAMITE" In color. Starring Rod Steiger, James Coburn and Romolo Valli. Friday and Saturday, June 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. No Matinee Saturday- FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "JUNIOR BONNER" In color. Starring Steve MnQueen. Friday and Saturday, June 22 and 23. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "RETURN TO SABATA" In Technicolor. Starring Lee Van Cleef, Reiner Schone and Gianni Rizzo. Friday and Saturday, June 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Special Saturday afternoon matinee "A BOY TEN FEET TALL" In Technicolor. Starring Edward G. Robinson. Saturday, June 23 at Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in "MACHINE GUN McCAIN" In color. Starring Jolrn Cassavettes, Britt Ekland and Peter Fallt. Plus selected short subjects. Friday and Saturday, June 22 and 23. Fri- day show starts at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "STEELYARD BLUES" In color. Starring Jene Fonda and Donald Sutherland. Friday and Saturday, June 22 and 23. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Saturday afternoon matinee "THE NUTTY PROFESSOR" In color. Starring Jerry Lewis. Saturday, June 23 at p.m. Family. cale to Hawaii Five-0, and seek the grittieness of The Naked City, Panic in the Streets and the original film of Madigan. Dropping an over-active music track, exploring the plot poten- tial that only a big city can of- fer should make this a good prospect for fall. Check it out this Wednesday Oh. HAMMERSMITH: Was in and OUT of the local theatre yet offered some quite engag- ing entertainment. Peter Ustin- ov's replay of the Faust legend had its witty moments, mostly from Mr. Ustinov himself, but the highly theatrical approach created a thinning-out process that robbed this effort of any conviction. For Richard Burton it was possibly his best on- screen collaboration with his wife. Elizabeth Taylor, who won the best actress award for this portrayal at the Berlin Film Festival, was into her blowsy ripeness thing rather better than recent perform- ances. In fact, the Burton-Tay- lor-Ustinov trio almost made it work, which left young Beau Bridges out in the cold. Alas, nose-picking does not a Brando of a Bridges make. It only serves to offer an unattractive Mr. Everyman with whom no one cares to identify. RECOMMENDED: Theatre of Blood, Vincent Price's quick trip to the crypt for critics. Vin- nie and Diana Rigg have a mar- vellous time dispatching those who have decried the pearls of price's school of Shakespear- ean drama. At times over-vio- lent, but great fun withal. MUST SEE: The Emigrants af.a especially liv Ullman. Miss Ullman is currently starred in Lost Horizon, but it is better that you get the measure of this exciting actress in the Jan Troel film. A deadline precludes reviewing this week, but you can take Dick Mells "marvel- lous" (he saw it south of the border) as an indication that you shouldn't let this one slip past. r NEW SEASON: And the sixth for Theatre Calgary. Artistic director Harold Baldridge has made an astute selection for '73-74. Here's the lineup; Oct., Neil Simon's Prisoner oJ Sec- ond Avenue; Nov., A new play, Walsh by Sharon Pollock; Dec., Oh What a Lovely War a highlight of thg. Pla'goers fes- tival week, it should be inter- esting to compare Jan.-Feb., A Funny Thing Hap- pended on the Way to the For- um; Feb.-March, That Cham- pionship Season or Woody Al- len's Play it Again Sam March- April, The Seagull by Anton Chekov: April-May, How the Other Half Lives, a West End comedy by British writer Alan Ayckbourn. A season subscrip- tion will cover this seven but, in addition, Baldridgg is reviving last year's big success Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Liv- ing in Paris. And subscribers will have first call on seats for this extra production. A prob- lem with rights may preclude staging That Championship Sea- son. However, although Warner Brothers has tied up the screen rights there's a gleam of hope in the release of rights within the Commonwealth. A Australia produc- tion, with a local cast is al- ready slated. P.S. Playwright Jason Miller received news that his That Championship Season had received the Pulit- zer prize on the set of The Excorcist in which he plays the leading role Actress-mto- playwright Sharon Pollock (Walsh) was seen here with husband Michael Ball in Mac 14's winning drama festival play -The Knack Play- Neil Sim- on has a new comedy The Doctor scheduled for Broadway in the fall. GREETINGS: From Sandy McCallum to Playgoers on their 50th anniversary. Sandy, who took the plunge into an act- ing career with the encourage- ment of the late Sir Tyrone Guthrie, is in a summer sea- son at the Old Globe Theatre, Balboa Park, San Diego with plans for winter in San Fran- cisco. 'Twould be nice to see him return to Alberta to do a season with Theatre Calgary. And Bill Fruet's Wed- ding in White got a" rave re- view from the impressive but not easily impressed Judith Crist (New York Magazine-NBC Today Show) Quoth the critic; so impeccably has director Fruet cast his work, so perfect- ly has he penetrated the sense of time and place, so assidu- ously limmed each interre- lationship that he has touched upon the universality of domes- tic horrors to which we sub- mit." I wish I had said that. Press blamed for breakup of romance NEW YORK tress Lisa Minnelli told report- ers yesterday the press was to blame for ending the short Lon- don romance between herself and British actor Peter Sellers. Arriving at Kennedy Airport here, she said: "You can't be- lieve the pressure. You couldn't go out to dinner without being followed." Asked if she is still in love with Sellers, Miss Minelli, 27, replied: "I'm in love with ev- erybody. Peter is marvelous. We had a lovely time." But she said the press was "absolutely" to blame for breaking up her romance with the 47-year-old actor. NAVY EXPANDING RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) Brazil is expanding its navy by buying second-hand ships from the United States, Britain and West Germany, official sources said. Friday, June 22, 1971 THI lITHMIDOl HMALD IS Presley gesture draws praise NEW ORLEANS (AP) Singer Elvis Pnwley, thieves had ravaged a Lori' siana camp for needy boys, pledged fi.OOO to get it ready for opening day. Elvis called me after read- ing about the thieves in the said Col. Tom Parker, Presley's manager. "He told me to check into this and send them a cheque, and that's what I'm doing." The camp is operated by Vol- of the Louisiana State Police. "This is said a state police spokesman. "Our progress had shut down because of the theft, and this donation will put us right back where we were. It came a complete surprise and we think H'l Just great." LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor Tony Curtis is seeking custody of his 14-year-old daughter, Jamie, and the return of ooo in child support from the child's mother, actress Janet Leigh. LOS ANGELES (AP) Toe son of actress Susan Hayward says his mother has returned home after being in hospital since early April "She looks good. She feelt said Tim Barker, who along with all close associates! refused to disclose the nature of her illness. r Frontier Room EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL presents "DELICIOUS SPECIALTIES You're Sure To Enjoy" SPAGHETTI STARTER 1.00 RIB STARTER JUMBO SHRIMPS IN BATTER COCKTAIL SAUCE (A large platfer of succulent Louisiana Shrimp, in batter and fried in vegetable 4.5O PRIME RIBS OF AlBERTA BEEF (A king size serving, cooked immersed in rock salt LOWRY'S STYLE to keep all the delicious juices in) ....................................4.65 BEEF TENDERLOIN STROGANOFF (We take a filet mignon, slice it thin, then saute it with mushrooms and onion, put in a wine, sour cream sauce and serve this delightful European specialty on a bed of seasoned rice) ITALIAN SPAGHETTI, BOLOGNESE STYLE Spaghetti cooked "Al served with o rich meet sauce and parmeson cheese) All dinners include our Homemade French Onion Soup, or thick Clam Chowder, crisp Tasted Salad, Baked Potato end Garlic Toast. Pose that shotvs Prime Minister Trudeau has a good look at wife Margaret's tummy at the state dinner for Indira Gandhi when he obviously knew something nobody else did. Well, it's out now! Margaret is expecting her second child ot the end of the year. Man and World gates swing open MONTREAL (CP) The 1973 Ol irtcui the annual summer exhibition on the site of Expo 67, opens today for its sixth season. The official opening will in- clude a fly-past salute by a pre- cision team from the Canadian Forces as well as an equestrian display by the Montreal police department. For the second consecutive year, the fair is restricted to He Ste. Helene, one of the two islands which formed the site for Expo 67. He Notre Dame, the other FUND NEARS TARGET GENEVA (Reuter) The United Nations environment fund has nearly reached its five-year target of million within its first year, it was an- nounced. Maurice Strong of Canada, executive director of the UN Environment Program said the program could help governments in deal ing with their environmental problems through technical as- sistance, training, mobilization of financial resources and de- velopment of sound technol- ogies. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU Dancing Every Saturday Evening J Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday No Short Subjects "Emigrants" Two Complete Shows" Saturday Three Complete Shows No Short Subjects Adult Entertainment PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Walking Tall" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Theatre cf Blood" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Pete 'n Tillie" "Groundstar Conspiracy" One Complete Show Adult Entertainment island has been closed for con- struction of some facilities for the 1976 Olympic Games. The number of countries par- ticipating in this year's fair is 13, two more than in 1972. Although 1.4 million visitors were recorded during the 1972 fair, the exhibition ran up a deficit of more than million. Since it began operations in 1968, the fair has lost more than ;.7 million. More than million of that has been covered by provincial subsidies. The fair ends Labor Day, Sept. 3. "REAL TREASURE" -.CAN BE YOURS- Witt WfcHt't MlMtw fit TOUt tOCAl HIM AIOOT THt SUPH-SINflTIVI mNlMirm-UCIIWt White's IMA mi taiHtn Designed for Mom, It ad and the Kids The COINMASTER M il Traiumiller-Reeeiver, light-wei jht for ease of handling operation. Detect. Gold. Silver Copper nuggets, rings, coins, jewelry. boxes other 4_ IWFOIIIIUTIOM, BMLIK HILDER'S TV MUSIC 310 9th ST. S. PHONI 328-4224 f Green's Pop Shop Ltd. 544 13th STRIET NORTH Open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. POP FOR AS LOW AS A BOTTLE This Week's Specials COCA COLA CANADA DRY PLUS DEPOSIT PLUS DEPOSIT WE ARE NOW STOCKED WITH FISHING TACKLE "A Corner Store with Supermarket THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION FRIDAY NIGHT CABARET "The 4 Jacks" SATURDAY NIGHT CABARET "Metros" VIMY LOUNGE "Blue" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount k South. 327 5100 TONITE and SUNDAY SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY ACADEMY ASKWD NOMINATIONS BEST PICTURE BEST ACTRESS (UvUllmann) BEST DIRECTOR BfflTroeH) BEST SCREENPLAY Liv Ullmann The Emigrants WalkingM A BCP Production Re wiJtOHiftu five then law and order or die trying. paramount cinema THE "BILLY JACK" OF 1973 HOW SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema JMi tut. ft Mirw Dr., Last Times Tonife AT AND P.M. VINCENT PRICE DIANA RIGG -s> United Artists Writer Carol ADULT All about love and green acres drive-in Migrrti Dr. ft Cairo Hwy., SAT. HIT NO. 2 "The Groundstar Conspiracy" In color GEORGE PEPPARD MICHAEL SARRAZIN o.m. One CoTip'tte fhow ot p.m. THE ACTIVE 20-30 CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE PRESENTS HOLIDAY BINGO LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION TONITE 8 P.M. WORTH of PRIZES 10 BINGO GAMES ADVANCE TICKETS FOR 3 CARDS AT THI DOOR FOR 3 CARDS EXTRA CARDS 50c Advance tickets available in Centra Village Mall and College Mall ;