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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 86 General director thwarted at raps new choice Movtmbtr THE LITHMIDQI HERALD-7 Tonight Phil Lethbridge and the Westwmds Alec Hotel 1281 3rd AVEHULl EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. NIW BLACKOUT Played TIN Won Number Novtmbtr 15th IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE NO one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC JUPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND NOV. 15th NOV. 16th NOV. 17th SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's LITTLE in Technicolor Starring James Vera Miles and Morgan Woodward Friday and November 16 and 17. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE ROY in color. Starring Paul Newman. Special Engagement Thurs- Friday and November 16 and 17. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre in color. Starring Paul Newman Lee Marvin. Thursday and Friday November 15 and 16. Thursday Show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre MAN WHO LOVED CAT In color. Starring Burl Sarah Miles and Lee J. Cobb. Friday and November 15 and 16. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR SHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's CHARLIE AND THE in Tech- nicolor. Starring Fred MacMurray. PLUS in Technicolor. Friday and November 16 and 17. Thursday shows at and p.m. FAMILY. Appearing Nightly to November 17th MARG OSBORNE attlM MINERS' 733 -13th St. N. Members and Invited guests TORONTO Leon general director at Toronto's Lawrence Arts Centre has criticized the deci- sion by the Stratford Festival to appoint a British artistic director to succeed Jean Gascon. shocking... just awful disgraceful that we don't have another Canadian ar- tistic director after Jean Maior said dur- mg an interview on CITY- TV. He was referring to Strat- ford's selection of Robin Phillips who takes up his post next year. Rock 'n' roll glamor soon wears thin No clubs Comedian Dick Greg- ory says he has dropped night club performances because he is opposed to liquor he is ruining youngsters as fast as dope. who lives on a farm near Ply- with his wife and 10 has been fasting in protest to war. Radio causes panic STOCKHOLM An inquiry has started into a Swedish radio broadcast of a mock nuclear disaster which caused panic in southern Swedish cities and in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. Residents of the city of Malmo flocked to under- ground shelters and jammed police and fire station switch- boards with telephone calls after a children's program an- nounced there had been an ex- plosion at a new nuclear re- actor being built nearby. In the program ambulance sirens wailed in the back- reporters said tens of thousands in the greater Co- penhagen area were in deadly danger and an actor portray- ing the mayor of Malmo ap- pealed to the population to seek refuge. A Copenhagen newspaper reported that some Swedes fled by ferry to Denmark to escape the imagined holocaust. Show Times November. 15 PARAMOUNT THEATRE ROMEO 7.00 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE 7.00 9.20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short BLUME IN LAST COMPLETE RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEOE CINEMA Short STONE KILLERS. LAST COMPLETE SHOW- ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COMMUNITY SERVICES DEFttTMEJTT-Cm Of LETMMNE PUBLIC SKATMG and MUSEUM SCHEDULE w UN. Dm. Nn. Mv. 11 mnm Noon Swim 1200-1-00 Swim 1200-1 00 pm Public Swim '7 30-9 30 p Swim 3-00-6-00 Swim p m Family Swim 6 00-8 00 p Swim 1200-100 pm PuMlc Skating p m RE Mothers A Pre-School Skate noon PubllcSkM Skate -4-00 p Skate 1 00 2.30 p.m. Public Skate 3 00 p m Family Skating CMC If FrtePubNc Skating Skating Skitlfld H p.m. 1 PuMfc Skattog p.m. 00-4 30 00-4 30 p p.m p.m. By MICHAEL BENNETT After a all hotel rooms look the same. You could swear that the waitress handing you the menu in Sas- katoon was in Calgary the day before. Breathless 15-year-olds rush up and you in the But even for an the glamor soon wears thin. And for a rock 'n' roll musician on the it's grinding work. The Impression they have died but forgotten to col- lapse is dispelled by a couple of hours of high energy on just when the power supply appears to have gone dead. six talented crazies who form Prime Min- ister Trudeau's favorite boogie have appeared in more towns on more nights during the last two years than they can remember. Their cross-Canada ex- pedition began in in a refurbished 1956 christened Bad Manors which .never made it to Lethbridge. Its transmission gave out near and a commercial artist turned shep- herded it back to Calgary in fourth gear. The Kelly who can pick up his piano as easily as he plays guitarists John Gibbard and Rheal organist Joseph drummer Sonnie and bassist Roly plus Jewels Crowbar's social di- rector from Los road manager Bob Roper and a visiting arrived in the back of a flagged-down panel truck. The equipment carry- ing five roadies and a couple of tons of was still on the way. At Exhibition Roly tried to write out a song list and Sonnie announced that his cold was turning into terminal pneumonia. Kelly's voice had been barely audible since the second qight in Vancouver. When Roper appeared and they bounced onto the stage as a fire siren screamed in the background. They opened with Murder in the First Degree and of Lethbridge's sons and daugh- ters greeted them warmly. A couple of songs Kel- ly went into his nationalism rap against a funky piano background. he in Toronto and Van- couver keep asking us and 'How can you play places like Red Nanaimo and it's because of people like you. You can pay easy bread and we can make twice as much playing here as we can in The kids almost blew him off the stage screaming The next into the rent-a-wrecks to backtrack to Calgary and the Stampede. Mile after mile of elevators and sad-eyed cows. Try to count beer bottles or read comics to kill time be- fore it kills you. The reception at the en- trance to the Stampede grounds was anything but Crowbar and we're FRIDAY It Seafood Day at CREAMY BOSTON-STYLE CLAM CHOWDER Succulent Chunks of Cod Breaded and deep A 4 n fried to perfection 1 U 'A DOZEN PLUMP Butter fried breaded and 2.60 ttBOZENPlUIIP CHOICE UTS I cut With crisp breaded n en coating SEAFOOt COMMOTION PLATE with deep-fried Shrimp and oysters trench fries cole slaw and our own special Seafood sauce... of course. yvvr CH0MQ MB Open Mi 10p.m. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL RESTAURANT Corner of 2nd Ave. and 5th St. S. 329-4644 playing at said Rheal. your parking demanded some dude in a synthetic suit. road crew's got them in the equipment and it's already said Roly. and maybe no Crow- Around the a civil- ian guard let us through a gate. The outdoor stage was still being put together. It started to rain. The crowd of soaked to the was loving it. The kids went wild when Kelly broke into Power to the What a and really freaked with he hoisted Ghetto onto his shoul- ders. He wrapped his legs around Kelly's neck and fell over backwards but Kelly's solo didn't lose a lick. Then Kelly grabbed Roly and carried both of them the length of the stage as the Stampede the strobe lights and smoke bombs went off. The crowd brought them back for two en- cores. Saskatoon was a nice place to visit for a disaster. Trucker fell asleep at the wheel and the equipment truck flopped over in a ditch. The instruments and amps were damaged. Half a dozen keys on the pi- ano were shot and Sonnie's seat behind his drum kit was tilting at a bizarre angle when they finally got on stage at midnight. The music wasn't the best 90 minutes the band had done and when it was over the dressing room door was lock- ed for nearly an hour. Muffled curses echoed through the passageway. Regina was the magical gig the band needed after Saska- tooh. Proud moms and dads over- flowed the Regina Inn for the graduation ceremonies at the RCMP barracks. Jewels got the manager to change the sign in the parking lot to instead of RCMP Graduates and The manager of the Centre for the Performing Arts was convinced he was out of his mind to bring a boogie band to the house of Brahms and Berlioi. He wasted his worry beads. The show was a sellout for the crystal and glass cultural shrine and the nervous major- domo stood right down in discreetly rocking on his heels as rock 'n' roll mad- ness enveloped everyone around him. stuffed it down his said Roper after- ward. he came back to the dressing room and it's nice to have you I didn't think you were going to do I felt like lay- ing the cat out The magic would come and go through Brandon and Win- onto familiar ground in Ontario and finally out to the East Coast. There would be more wild drunken low high roll- sleepless nights and hangover mornings. Because that's what the rock 'n' roll business is all about. Playing and trying to stay alive and keep your side- burns too. SOUTHERN ALBERTA ZONE CANADIAN SKI PATROL SYSTEM 3rd ANNUAL SKI SWAP Nov.. 15 6-9 p.m. Nov.. p.m. SAT.. Nov.. 17 9 a.m.-6 p.m. College East End Ski equipment and clothing accepted on consign- ment al the mall during ski swap hours. paramount college cinema SATURDAY ind SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY ALL SEATS THIS SHOW SATURDAY ONLY AT P.M. CHILDREN'S MATiNEES See do stunts you never saw a horse do before. college cinema TONITE thru SAT AT P.M. This cop plays SPECIAL ON DIET PEPSI RESTRICTED ADULT VIOLENCE MAY BE OBJECTIONABLE TO SOME a MICHAEL WINNER FILM KILLER eo-9Uiring MARTIN BALSAM participating TONITE thru SAT. At P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT LABOR CLUB Weekend Entertainment FRIDAY and SATURDAY A Paul Maziirsky Production MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS surunBGEORGE SEGAL SUSAN ANSPAOH paramount STARTS TOMORROW At and ENDS TONITE ROMEO AND JULIET M ASGflflM ire Man who tough yoi'Oirly Harry' JOEDQNBAKERfELiaAFAeR-ANDYRtHNSON-mEENDRTHandJmwm ;