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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 1, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 oan WaterfieldTs Entertainment eye Movie buff is 'specialist'on names of stars Use Classified Ads For Fast Results Phone 328-4411 I have this friend called Bob. He's a movie buff (sport- scaster Al McCann is another) with whom it is a pleasure to square off for a smart game of name dropping from the golden era of Hollywood. A 'specialist' in 'hit" players and supporting actors Bob has recall that would challenge Central Casting Bureau. For example I'll lead crafti- ly with Sig Human. He'll counter with Henry Armetta and throw in S. K. "Cuddles" Sakall for good measure. My Jane Harwell is topped by his Aileen McMahon; Thelma HOTEL NEXT WEEK TAVERN ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY "STORMIN' SWEET RAIN" Lounge Nightly: "WILF DUCHARNF AN Phone 327-3191 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BLAZING SADDLES" starring Mel Brooks, Harvey Korman and Gene Wilder in color. Friday, Saturday, November ,1, 2 Friday shows at and p m ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "NEWMAN'S LAW" starring George Peppard Fri- day, Saturday, Novembe- 1, 2. Friday show at 800 p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre "ZANDY'S BRIDE" starring Gene Hackman Liv Ullman Friday. Saturday, November 1, 2. Friday shows at and p m ADULT. SATURDAY MATINEE "HEIDI" Saturday, November 2, show at p.m. 50G a seat. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre WALT DISNEY'S "HERBIE RIDES AGAIN" in color. Friday, Saturday, November 1, 2 Friday shows at and p.m. FAMILY. Values up to 8.99 Sale Price...... 4 99 PHOTO ALBUMS Self adhesive Eight pages Reg. Price 2.98 Sale Price 1 CLOTHES HAMPERS 4 colors to choose Reg. Price 14.97 Sale Price, each COPPERTONE OVENWARE ASSORTMENT Casseroles, CaXe Pan. Utility or Loa1 Pan Special Price each........... 1 17 Items On Sale From 8 p.m. Friday until 8 p.m. Saturday, while quantities KRESGE'S Todd elicits a quick Patsy Kel- ly plus Zasu Pitts, but I feel my Franklin Pangborn (once stumped Rich Little with him) beats his Eric Blore. Right now I'm keeping Byron Foulger and Paul Guilfoyle in reserve, but Bob always wins for he's the only person I know who can put name (Jack Norton) to the lit- tle drunk who wandered tipsi- ly through countless movies of the thirties. Which all led, the other day, to movie going during the Depression and a rich lode of stories about the dirty thir- ties. Nickel a hundred rummy for example, played by the out of work at tables set up in the back rooms of stores on 13th Street North. There was a nickel from every pot for the storeowner which often proved his major in- come for the day. I wish Barry Broadfoot could have met my friend Bob when he was compiling his oral history of depression time Ten Lost Years. Drought, grasshoppers, beef selling for a cent a pound, three dollars for a nine hour five day week. It's all there, the heartbreak, gallantry and laughter And my friend Bob could have contributed many a chuckle to the chapters. Quite a book Ten Lost Years and quite a show in its adapta- tion to the stage which will be seen here Thursday at the Yates Centre. From the spoken word to the printed page and to stage realization has resulted in what Time Magazine has call- ed "a triumphant piece of theatrical quilt Robin Phillips, Stratford's ar- tistic director has termed it "absolutely i The critics palled out all the adjectival stops funny, flippant, subtle, nostalgic, moving, warm, sad, So much for that, but as a human document, as real Canadian theatre, Ten Lost Years, deserves an audience from those who survived the SATURDAY DISCOUNT BOMBSHELLS LADIES' CARDIGANS PULLOVERS GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat., Nov. 2 p.m. Music by VINCE DIETRICH Members and Invited Guests Onlyl DON'T FORGET OUR KIRMES and BEERFEST Sat., Nov. 9 Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion years 1929-39 and in whose memory those years are etched, and from those too young but who should realize that Broadfoots collage of history is rooted in Canada's people, not swinging sweetly aloft as a "Paper Movies, and two top notchers opening tonight. Death Wish with Charles Bronson and Vincent Gardenia. Definitely for the tough minded, it has Bronson as a "bleeding heart liberal" who becomes a vigilante, jeeking out city scum and eliminating them. What I'm looking forward to is Claudine with Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones. Like Sounder it's a film for all ages and all audiences with Carroll as a mother of six try- ing to keep a family together without a man around; Jones as her boyfriend trapped in a welfare system which dis- courages decency. Lively Theatre; Popped in very briefly to a rehearsal of Harlequin Players Aesop's Falables on stage at the Yates tonight and tomorrow. Tony Dimnik and Mark Campbell who scored in this summer's Damn Yankees are in the cast and it looks like great fun. Special Kudos to the young costume designer for the show for a dandy job. Same night, another loca- tion and a rehearsal of Lethbridge Musical Theatre's Zorba now in the final shaping process for opening November 14. Strong leads in Jack Warburton, Sheila Pisko, Wes Stefan, Ellyn Mells and Kathleen Thompson and a splendid score gives promise of another winner. THIS WEEKEND At the LEGION MEN" MEN" Vimy GORDON" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB AND LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT EXHIBITION ANNUAL GIANT KIRMES PARTY (BEER AND SAUSAGE FEST) JOIN IN THE FUN! NOV. 9th AT 7 p.m. AT THE EXHIBITION PAVILION 2 DANCING FOLK DANCING FUN FOR EVERYONE FROM 18 TO 80 Children Over 80 Must Be Accompanied By Parents' TICKETS AT THE DOOR ONLY! FULL GOSPEL BUSINESS MEN'S FELLOWSHIP INT. ETHIOPIA-KEKYA-EAST AFRICA-EDMONTON VICE PRESIDENT OF F.G.B.M.F.I. IN EDMONTON GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTOR TUTOR AND GUARDIAN of HiS IMPERIAL HIGHNESS PRINCE PHILIP OF ETHIOPIA in Math and Science at Alberta Vocational Centre in Edmonton GEORGE NELSON This Saturday Nov. 2 a.m. Breakfast meeting El Banclio 12.50 or come at 10 a.m. to hear speaker no charge. ALSO "GOOD NEWS PROGRAM" Wednesday nights at p.m. on cable Channel 2 "BUSINESS MEN FOR CHRIST' Television: Great for movies with Jane Fonda and 'Donald Sutherland in Klute, George C. Scott in The New Centurions a beautiful late night movie in I Never Sang For My Father Tom Courtney in One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich and two blockbusters in Midnight Cow- boy and The Godfather Best of the week, The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, certain- ly something of which televi- sion can be proud with Cicely Tyson superb as Jane; but keep your eye on the youngster who plays the young Jane. She's absolutely splen- did. The Spoken Word; And here's a little publicized treat in Charles Hayter at the U of L this Wednesday. In his one man show "A Taste of Robert Hayter talks of Service's life and times, il- lustrating his talk with verse. Not only will you see Dan McGrew and Sam McGfe resurrected, but you can an- ticipate Bessie's Boil, Wanderlust, The Song of the Wage Slave. It's an evening I won't miss. And here's a cheer for the good folk of Taber and district who are rallying to the sup- port of the W. R. Myers School Band and Chorus and the Spirit of '75 which will take the group to perform in England next year. Latest fund raising project is the appearance Tuesday at the Taber Civic Auditorium of the RCMP Band from Ottawa. The local detachment was a major factor in arrangements to bring this crackerjack band to Taber and typify the real community involvement in the project. Roll out for a great musical evening and give your support to a dandy cause. Typhoid kills STUTTGART, West Ger- many (Reuter) A typhoid epidemic in southwest Ger- many claimed its first victim yesterday when a 32-year-old man died in nearby Ludwigsburg, a state health ministry spokesman said. Show Times Friday November 1 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7.00 9 00 DEATH WISH 7 25 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW" 9 00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 2 15 SHAKIEST GUN IN WEST- 2 45 ONE COMPLETE SHOW' 2.15 SATURDAY MATINEE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 715915 CLAUDINE 7 40 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Snort Subjects 7 00 9 00 BANK SHOT 7 S5 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN NEPTUNE FACTOR 8 00 SOUNDER 1000 GATES OPEN 7 30 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Saturday November 2 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 WISH 7 25 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjtcis 7 15 9 15 CLAUDINE 740 940 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 BANK SHOT 7 35 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN NEPTUNE FACTOR 8 00 SOUNDER 1000 GATES OPEN 7 30 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT THEPDB NOW APPEARING Tish Dvorkin IETM8RIOGE 421 MAGRATHDB 3281111 To entertain you at the VENTURA HOTEL In COALDALE featuring "LARRY BRANSEN" PLAYING ALL OCT. 28th thru NOV. 2nd. paramount SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY 'SHAKIEST GUN IN THE WEST" IN TECHNICOLOR STARRING DON KNOTTS PLUS CARTOONS Doors open p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. ALL SEATS 750 [green acres drive-in .LAST PROGRAM OF THE SEASON IMHjfl SATURDAY and SUNDAY 2 BIG FEATURES 2 "SOUNDER in Technicolor With CICELY TYSON f PLUS NEPTUNE FACTOR in Technicolor ERNEST BORGNINE WALTER PIDGEON Gates open at p.m. One complete show at fcOQ p.m. NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Vigilante, city style- judge, jury, and executioner. DIMODELAURErrniS Presents CHARLES BRONSON n a MICHAEL wiiwrca MT "DEATH WISH" ramount cinema NOW SHOWING at and p.m. SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN and soul comedy. Can you dig it? JAMESEARl DIAHANN JONES CARROLL NOW SHOWING p.m. THeeiGBBST wnHDRawann HISTORY! ADULT GEORGE e PG Umtsd Artists ;