Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Sinatra returns ti for orie-week date LAS Nev. Entertainer Frank gradually emerging from his self-imposed has an agreement for two appearances at Caesars Palace hotel here. Sinatra will make the first appearance for one week starting next Jan. 25. the date for the second and the financial arrangements were not announced. in recent Sinatra has taped a television special and appeared at a live perfor- mance at Calif. German Canadian Club Nov. p.m. Music Jack Bleck 2.50 per person TICKETS ON SALE Old Country Sausage Shop Northside Bakery Norbridge Meats Members and Guests are Invited THE NEW GARDEN HOTEL Proudly Presents Joan Water field and the Sing on Countrytime Myrna Lome and Mike Graham sing during CBC's weekly down-home country music show. The show has the atmosphere of a Saturday night hootenanny. NIGHT All this week for your listening pleasure LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Weekend Entertainment In Clubrooms FRIDAY md SATURDAY THE LINEMEN MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED QUESTS Dine and Dance Lounge Presents BEACON HILL HOTEL Red Coach Lounge RON ROWE HOTH CORNER 7th ST. S. PHONE I GOSPEL MUSIC PRESENTATION with the I JOHN MATHEWS FAMILY THE PARK PLAZA Profits for yw Dining and Plnsiri FRANCO PETRIGNANI ITALIAN TOM DOVE AWARD WINNERS and THE MASTERS TOUCH QUARTET of Alberta For 2 Weeks WEEK-END NO. 1 BREADED VEAL CUTLETS oz. Tenderized Sirloin Tip Gravy I I In Concert Nov. p.m. NNTvWv n Nl. 2 BR oz. Top Sirloin Garlic Toast LED SffilOIN STEAK SANDWKH SPECIAL INCLUDIi SALAD CHOICE OF POTATO AND BABY CARROTS PARK'PLAZA Alberta it Lottuft Muttc Ltd. and at door Admlwlon 00 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfalr Theatre in color. Friday and Saturday. November 9 and 10. Friday shows at and p.m. MATINEE Saturday at p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre GREATEST in color. Friday and Saturday. November 9 and 10. Friday show at p.m. MICKEY MOUSE CLUB MATINEE Satur- day at p.m. FAMILY. MILK RIVER Suntand Theatre CITY In color. Starring Raquel Welch and Kevin McCarthy. November 9 show p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre In cotor. Starring John Wayne. Fri- day and November 9 and 10. Friday at and p.m. FAMILY. Special Matinee November 10. In color. Starring Jerry Lewis. Saturday show at p.m. FAMILY. Cast ready for 'Maine' opening BOB PENTON to ready. For years he has been house manager for Lethbridfe Musical Theatre productions. Now it's opening and for the neit couple of weeks he'll hurry home from change into his tux- edo and head for the Yates. His crew of ushers have done their job. The audience has been seated with the minimum of fuss. The inter- mission coffee is already there may be a few latecomers but a quiet word will hold them till they can be seated at the first break. Jerry Porkaraey Is ready. The long weeks of rehearsal for the pit orchestra are over. He looks to solid musicians like Fred Dale Nick Bud Yoaag smiles at the younger members of his crew. In a few moments his hands will rise and the first thrilling chords of You took the husk right out of the corn But through the show his eyes will move from stage to musicians. the voice of the soloist must rise above and over the Fortissimo for a great union of musicians and chorus. SHIRLEY Walkey is ready. Costume mistress for a big dressy show is a tough job. She's had people like Barbara Day and Cherie even pulled in her mother to help her Selecting visiting thrift canvass- ing dis- carding and sewing Now the cast is but it's standby every night to press and repair. Cathy Evins is ready. With number one assistant Anne Reid and her crew the flats have been the set dressed. cubist pierrot flowers for a southern plantations Maine's rich and same locale and a quick change and it's post 1929 crash The prop tables are checked and the in the telescopes gleam blue in the work lights. Ed Bayly is ready. The set design works Staircase and turntables slip on off and round Saws and hammers are silent at last. Now he's in the lighting eyes between stage and hands mov- mfcpver the lighting console Muriel Jolliffe is ready. you can start with the right WE'RE AT IT AGAINI How about s Tour of La Belle COQAUVIN Tender breasts of young chicken in red wine A OR sauce i BIFSTEKll POIURE FLAMBE Thick juicy with white peppercorns sauted in butter served flaming with mushroom caps and sauce M -yc bernaise O. I w FILET OF SOLE VERNONIQUE Fillets of succulent sole- poached m white wine served m white wine sauce with grapes D ALL DINNERS SERVED WITH APPETIZER Fresh homemade onion soup tossed green salad Brocolll smothered in velvety hollandaise sauce stuffed baked potato and bever- age of your choice Of course you can top the whole dinner off with baked Alaska Flam be Peaches Melba or Crepes Suzettes Again our supply will be limited Don't be disappointed get your reservation early 2.50 FRIDAY la Seafood Day The Lethbridge CREAMY BOSTON-STYLE CLAM CHOWDER Succulent Chunks of Cod Breaded and deep A A fried to perfection C. 1 U 'A DOZEN PLUMP Butter fried deep fried breaded and 2.60 ttDOZENPLUMP CHOKE OYSTERS 2.60 No it's Oeea a eew wladfiw where you're The Maa hi the MOM organized Mame all kick higher EUya Melto is ready. The long rehearsal hours are over. Two or three around the the chorus on with the sensitive fingers stabbing upwards for the cue. from the sopranos now a deep bass note who hit that clunker take it from seven slip those words together now bite into that But every night in the Green Room on hand for the warm up scales and the polishing of numbers. The cast is ready. The best Global TV buys studio equipment MONTREAL Global Canada's third television has ordered color TV video-tape systems and other studio equipment worth near- ly million from RCA it was announced Thursday The Global's second from includes 14 of RCA's new TK45A automatic color cameras to be used at Global's main production centre in its Ottawa bureau or the network's mobile van Earlier this year Global signed agreements for three RCA VHF transmitters and three broadcast antenna systems for the first phase of the Global network in southern Ontario A. RCA vice- president for government and commencal said the latest order brings Global purchases from RCA to more than J2 5 million. Global is scheduled to begin service in January With breaded coating Seafood combination with Chowder French Frfet Cole Slew and our own special Seafood ttuce of course the Beverage of your choice It included Open M 10p.m. LETHBMDGE HOTEL RESTAURANT Comer of 2nd Ave. and Mh it t. 329-4644 of there because they love it. But the world doesn't nUnd still for them. Homes still have to be jobs studies kept up to date. The alarm clock will ring each morning to take them into the workaday but come night the magic will begin again. made-up they some some jocular for their entrance and The Star is ready. Nora many stage appearances behind her But tonight it's a New to wacky Mame. Ahead of her the de- mand of being the central strength of the fifteen most of them in the of costume. But bugle ready for her she'll wait quietly'in her dressing husbanding the energy till she steps into the warmth of stage lights and audience. Dick Mells is ready. His eleventh production for Lethbridge Musical Theatre. As director he's had to work to get the best out of his as producer it's been a thousand details to pull the show together His job is done Or is Every no matter how the audience he'll know how the team pulled who was out there on that stage really He'll know and they'll know. Amateurs they may but on and back stage he wants professionalism. Aid la the Wiag. Two figures wait. Shirley WUsea clasps the hand of thirteen-year-old Michael Melliag They'll move from the darkness into the brightly lit and Gooch will deliver her newly-orphaned charge to his only living a cer- tain Mame Deuls of No. 3 Beekman Place. 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