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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Holiday Show Times T" PARAMOUNT Thursday Short Subjects "French Connection" Last Complete Show Friday ami Snlurduy Short Subjects "Dirty Harry" Last Complete Show 1'AllAMOUNT CINli.MA Thursday Short Subjects "WiivJjammcr" Last Complete Shew Friday Subjects "Windjammer" Last Complete Show Saturday Sliort Subjects "Om Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Thursday Slwrt Subjects "Song of the South" Last Complete Show Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Song of the South" 2-50, Last Complete Show E .loan Water-field NTERTAINMENT fcYE Thurlday, March 30, 1972 1HE IETHBRIDGE KtRAlD 19 Passport Photos CondW WtoUlngt Plclur. Framing Pholo SvpptlM A. E. CROSS STUDIO HWM 33a-0lll 710 3rd THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "CLOUD" (..m CALGARY, THIS WEEK ONLY THE CABARET WILL OPERATE Wednesday Thursday Saturday WEDNESDAY CABARET EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI IIT was ths most fascinating j show of the year. I Not qiiito as spectai'ular as the '67 edition, the Big Snow had the same elements of dra- ma, humor, human interest. II was radio's day (and night) and both local ".stations performed magnilicently. Thousands of calls were han- dled with dispatch, and (he im- mediacy of the medium was never more effectively display- ed. It became the channel of shared concern, the focus of a community united. Listeners' chuckled at the mum in -law's preoccupation I with the honeymoon couple isolated in a local motel, warm- ed to the many offers of help to dig out senior citizens, wor- ried about the pregnant wife left alone, children isolated by downed telephone lines, tensed to, "this is an emergency call Special plaudits must go to announcer Peter Snow for his effective air-work. Friendly, calm, he avoided the tempta- tion to inflict inconsequential I Western Canada Native HER GAMES IARQUET Rancho Motor Hotel LETHBRIDGi, ALBERTA il 6th, 1972 at 7 p-m- Head Table Guests: Bill RUSSELL ARCHIE MOORE (Ex basketball player far Boslon Celtics) (Ex World lighl heavyweight champion) STEAK DINNER Per Person, Father and Son Tickeli nvcilabti Plainsman Spoils Chamber of Commerce leister's Music El Rancho Motor Hotel at CJOC Radfo Station CHEC Radio Station Leihbridge Herald Kainai News, commai t or a liy per-person a I- ily on a captive audience. But to all announcers, retain- ing their patience in the facs of the umpteenth query about school openings to those unheard and unsung backing (hem to the kindly people v.'ho offered to feed them to Sieve Susan Paddy Joe, the shovellers' cc-or- dinator the drivers those who struggled lo main- t ain cssenti a 1 sen-ices, the t h anks of a grateful com mu- niiy. No repeals of this "special" are lo be requested, but it's good to realize that in an em- ergency Radio is There! THE TROJAN WOMEN: Af- ter years the agonies of the women of Troy, Uieir city sacked, their men dead hi vain- glorious heroics, their children slaughtered, spill across thft screen in this timeless drama by Euripides. Their lament is 11 MJ keening echo that rises above Auschwitz, Vietnam Bangladesh, Ireland, polKically- torn Greece. In the hands of director -Mi- PHILIPS MODULAR I A J >V DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE SOLID STATE COLOR TV AND TV COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING Ai-'O SKATING SCHEDULE SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Fri., March 31 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Public Swimming Sal., April 1- Public Swii Sun., April Public Swii Family Swinu Won., April 3- NOON HOUR SWIM Free Pub'lc Timing ling p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. UOO- p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. SKATENG ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Sal., April 1-- Public Skoling p.m Public Skating p.m. Sun., April 2- Public Skoling p.m. Mem., April 3- Free Public Skaling p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Scl., April 1- Public Skoling p.m. Mon., April 3- Free Public Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Fri., March 31 (Good Public Skaling p.m. Sat., April l_ Public Skaling p m Sun., April Public Skoling p.m. Aprif 3-- Frco Public Skaling p.m. NOTE: There will be no skating at ihe Adams Park let find the Henderson Park Ice Centre on Friday, March 31, [Good Friday) due lo previous booking commit' SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SKIN GAME" in color starring James Garner, Lou Gossett and Susan Clark. Thursday, Friday and Satur- day, March 39, 31 and April 1. Thursday show at p.m. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Saturday Matinee at p.m. "PINOCCHIO" in color. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "SCANDALOUS JOHN" in technicolor starr- ing Brian Keith and Alfonso Arau. Friday and Saturday March 31 and April 1. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "CHISUM" in color starring Jolin Wayne, Friday, Satur- day and Sunday, March 31, April 1 and 2. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THIS SAVAGE LAND" in color with George C. Scott, Barry Sullivan and Katherine Hays. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. March 30, 31 and April 1. Thursday show at p.m. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m.. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "BORN LOSERS" in color starring Tom Laughlin (Star of Billy Jack) Thursday and Friday, March 30, 31 Thursday and Friday shows at and p.m. Res- tricted adult. Matinee Saturday at p.m "THE RAILWAY CHILDREN" in color'starring Dinah Sheridan and Bernard Cribbins also showing Saturday evening, Monday and Tuesday. Family. WESTERN CANADA NATIVE il 7, 8, 9, 1972 ON THE BLOOD INDIAN RESERVE STANDOFF, ALBERTA OPENING CEREMONIES FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1972 Basketball EVENTS Hockey taxing TEAMS Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Yukon Northweit Territories Move Scotia For further information Kainai Cardston MISTAKEN CHIEF Box 391 Cardston 737-3754 contact MR. ROBIN KING Rancho Motor Hotel, Lethbridge 357-5701 I j- i r Axitf fcj? JT L chael Oacoyamiis the wounds exposed by Euripides bleed afresh, and bravura perform- ances by Katherine llcpbnrn, Vanessa lie d grave, .Irene Papas and voices orchestrated Into chorus, stun and over- whelm. In pallied contrast the men are faceless behind their full liclmuts or reedy-voiced and ineffectual. Irene Papas, as Helen, is a trollop with odalisque eyes, fluting gown and flaunting fem- ininity. Hepburn her broad A's suppressed in a voice that ranges from a roar to a throaty growl, has never been more magnificent or more poignant as she kneels above her mur- dered grandson and whispers, "Beloved, what a death has come lo you Red grave's Andromache shows an actress of superb in- telligence with a sensitivity that is caught, unforget'iMy "in a great cry of agony. The film's tension, cadence and poetry are created by Cacoyannis, and if at times lliere is an anachronism, a vis- ual concession to the wide screen, n camera cliche, these may be forgiven and forgotten. A memorable film, the Trojan Women had too brief a stay in tills city, played to too few. Wisely it was rated "family" wisely for one cannot ha loo young to learn the human truths defined by Euripides. So you've written a play. The first aot? at least scene one? Dust it off, tighten it up snd send it along to the Play- wright's Co-op. Writers across Canada are being encouraged to send their scripts, and a fee, lo the Co-op for a professional assess- msnt by Canadian playwrights. Those considered outstanding will be duplicated and directed to theatres and other producing bodies. At present the Co-op is housed in the Forest Hill learn- ing resources centre by the To- ronto Public Libraries and funded in its initial stages by a Canada Manpower grant of Administration of the grant !s in the hands of an executive of notable Canadian playwrights and members-at-large of the Play w r i g h t' s Circle include Don Harron (Anne of Green Christopher Newton (ex-Theatre Calgary) and B i 11 Fruct (formerly of Lethbridge and writer for Coin' Down the Play-reading and consultative service on scripts for stage only may be obtained by writ- ing to Daryl Sharp, Director, Playwrights Coop, lei Resources Centre, Efflinton Avenue West, Toronto 340. Closer to home: Jack Mc- Creatlt, provincial supervisor oi drama, hopes to flush a few playwrights from the creative bushes to enter the annual adult playwriting competition. Plays must be original, ne- ither adaptations nor previous- ly produced works of (he appli- cant. Top prize in the one-act cate- gory will be the three-acl winner will pull in S50S. Pre- vious winners from this area in- clude Joan Bowman and Bill Mathcson. The latter, in collaboration with Dick Mclls, parlayed his original script of Chinook into a winner at the ISfi? Regional Drama Festival. Deadline for script submis- j sion is May I, 1972 and full de- tails of the competition are I available at the Bowman Arts I Centre. To encourage von Noel Coward wrote Blitha Eoirit in one week you have a month! i Several years ago ths ser- i vices of director Ron Hartmann (now seen on many national commercials) were obtained for a local production of Mad- i woman of Chaillot under a Can- ada Council grant to the Do- minion Drama Festival. A similar set up will bring i George Ttyga to work with the Medicine Hat College Drama department and director Dor- othy Jones on a production of his Ecstasy of Uita Joe. Also on hand will be Tom Kerr, well-known to students at the Drumhellcr Drama Sem- inar and best director at Ihe IBM Dominion Drama Festival. ii r. Three and possibly four cork shop sessions beginning he weekend of April 7 will be offered and are open to anyone nterested in drama and the heatre. The play, which has been ?ast, will be iakcn to Theatre Canada '72, the national drama !stival to be held in Saskatoon May 21-27. It is interesting to note that he down playing of competi- ion at the national level is not ;ting echoed at the regional estivals. Western and eastern n t a r i o, Newfoundland and jabrador, and Saskatchewan estivals are all competitive. A quote of the motto of the Lethbridge and District Ki- vanis Music Festival seems iniely: "Competition is to pace me another on Hie roail to cx- Calendar. Colloquium 12 (U jf L continues to April Tuesday, Yellow Submarine- Friday, U of L Con- cert. TV WEEK: Saturday Ch. I, p.m. Son 'of Ber- ladette; Sunday Ch. 7, ).m. Oxford Cambridge Boat Race; Ch. 13, p.m. The Jokers (Oliver Monday 5, 7 p.m. Plimpton at the Esl; Tuesday Ch. 13, 1 p.m. Wee Geordie, Ch. 7, ).Tii. Heat of Angter (Susan Hay- ward 13, p.m. David Frost my Thursday Ch. 7. 6 p.m. Stanley Cup playoff Eastern Friciay" Ch. 3, 7 a.m. Today (Book re- viewer Gsne cii. 5, p.m. The Forbin Project; Ch. .1. 7 p.m. Lions are Free. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE Saturday, April 1 9 p.m. AT THE MOOSE HALL Music by WATMOUGH'S ORCHESTRA FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY "ELTON JACK" EVERY NIGHT! THIS WEEK ONLY "CABARET" WED. THURS. SAT. WEDNESDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE THE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB EASTER BUNNY HOP SAT., APRIL 1st P.M. Dance let the sound of the "FRANKLY BROTHERS" Featuring music for every laite. MEMBERS AMD GUESTS Regutar admission Happy Easter to everyone! NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY "THE ALBERTANS" MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS ARE REMINDED THAT MARCH 31 IS THE IAST DAY FOR DUES. CORNER 2nd AVE. ond 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS THURSDAY "ACiS HSGH" SOCIAL EVENING SAT., APRIL 1 9 p.m. 1 a.m. COUPLE Music fay "ACES HIGH" A, Members and Invited Guests! N A GRAND PARADE OF EASTER ATTRACTIONS RESTRICTED ADUIT Detective Harry Callahan. TODAY thru TUESDAY He doesn't break murder cases. He smashes them. MATINEE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. ONE SHOW AT P.M., EVENINGS ond p.m SUNDAY One Show at p.m CM Eastwood Dirty Harry PAN AVI Warner Bros., A Kinney Company TODAY and FRIDAY SAIL THE HIGH YOU'LL Pcrlufueii ft-0 f riltinls nVl DL-tcri Caribbean MATtNEE FRIDAY AT P.M EVENING AT AND P.M. STARTS SATURDAY "ONE DAY IN THE IIFE OF IVAN DENISOVICK" MATINEE KIDS SOc NOW SHOWING THRU TUES. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CONTINUOUS SHOWS lo p.m. MATINEE SUNDAY at p.m. CJOC Proudly Presents fN PERSON THE FORMER IEADER OF the "GUESS WHO" RANDY BACHMAN AND HIS SENSATIONAL NfW GROUP 'he composer cf mtmy million tellers like: AMERICAN WOMAN-IAUGHING-THESE EYES-NO SUGAR TONIGHT-NO TIME-Elc. BRAVEBELT AIL TICKETS AVAIIABIE AT ONE LOW, IOW PRICE AT THE DOOR! piu, X" BiLlY NfCHOL" ,N A COMBINATION SHOW DANCE 9 p.m. to 1 n.m. FRIDAY, MARCH 31sf CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE ;