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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Water field says 'why bBinvniWB nKIMLD 7 I 6 for 8 6 Plus SUGGESTED RETAIL SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Thaatra Walt Disney's LITTLE In starring James Vera and Pat Mingle. Friday and November 16 and 17. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. FAMILY. FORT Theatre LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE ROY In color. Starring Paul Friday and Saturday November 16 and 17. Friday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Special Mickey Mouse Matinee Club Show November 17 at p.m. COME in color. FAMJLY. MILK Theatre MpNEJT In color. Starring Paul Newman and Lee Marvin. November show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER Theatre MAN WHO LOVED CAT In color. Starring Burt Sarah Miles and Lee J. Cobb. Friday and November 16 and 17. Friday shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN. Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee OF THE In color. Starring Ron Moody and Jack Wild. November show at p.m. FAMILY. Theatre Walt Disney's AND THE In Tech- nicolor. Starring Fred MacMurray. Plus in Technicolor Friday'and Novem- ber 16 end 17. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. All Seats FAMILY. Bootlegger worked for wife Ohio Cyfus told the judge he made bootleg liquor to quench his wife's thirst. Municipal Judge William Sammons was sympathetic. The who faced a 'six-month jail sentence and a fine of for manufacturing illegal liquor and possessing El Rancho Frontier Dining Room Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialities served daily DANCING FRIDAY AND EVENINGS Entertainment for your listening pleasure every PrtSMts for yoir OiiiRi lid DiNtiRi Plnun FRANCO PETRIGNANI ITALIAN TOM WEEK-END No. 1.BARBEQUED BACK RIBS oz. Back Ribs Rice Sauce.................... No. 2. SURF AND TURF FOR ONE -8 oz. New York Strip oz. Cuban Lobster Tail Caps Butter.................... 8 75 SPECIAL INCLUDES SALAD CHOICE OF POTATO AND BABY CARROTS LABOR CLUB Weekend Entertainment FRIDAY md SATURDAY Country MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED QUESTS GAR Proudly Presents GEORGE NIGHT HAWKS All this WMk for your listening pleasure Opera in Southern Alberta Max on Max Peter 36-year-old bearded artist who spurred cosmic art forms in the sits by some of his minute-by-minute creations in his New York studio. Max says painting consumes 85 per cent of his including such projects in the future as animating an Alice In Wonderland opening a gallery for other people's art and decorating the Allied Chemical Tower in New York. the instead received a fine and a two-month sentence. Kerns testified that he made the moonshine whisky for his who he said drinks up to five gallons of liquor in two weeks. He also said she drinks about 15 to 20 bottles of beer a day. PROFESSIONAL open In Southern And why Opera to develop our own singers and necessitating our own WOK and support. Indeed opera has had a fairly long life in this Calgary Amateurs entered the operatic field nearly a decade before Alberta became a Edmonton heard its first opera in Medicine Hat from the year 1913 had a flourishing amateur operatic society. But professional the Soataera Alberta Opera Associative is not a fact of our cultural life and following its initial solute triumph of La it is now into a very promising second season. At the Jubilee Verdie's staged and conducted by Dr. Walter Duclonx of the Univer- sity of the Austin Symphony and long-time pan- elist of the Metropolitan Opera Quiz will be presented Nov. 23 and 25. The cast is Napoleon Bisson in the title Met star Nicolas di Virgillo as the Gwenlynn Little as Gilda. Four of the secondary Roy Ernest Loralea Monro and Agnes Rewucki are from Southern Alberta and the entire produc- the whole concept provides an ideal situation to bring national and local artists together. This way lies real cultural growth. No less ambitious will be the production in February of Bizet's Carmen which will find Nora Rose locally as singing the role of Mercedes. Making opera come alive in our promoting French TV missed the weddirig TORONTO the CBC's French-language station in didn't carry the three hours and 45 minutes of live television coverage of Princess Anne's wedding because of a slip-up. Cecil Smith said the net- work's French services divi- sion in Montreal made a decision to carry the wedding live and telexed stations along the network to pick up the feed. The message was received at the Toronto which serves a francophone audience of about after business hours Tuesday. The message did not get into the hands of the right people or if it it was not acted Mr. Smith said in an interview. was an embarrassment to The station did carry an hour-long program of wedding highlights starting at 1 p.m. EST. All other French- language stations carried the wedding live. While the CBC's English network sent commentator Lloyd Robertson to London to cover the the French network had Henri Bergeron and Janine Pacquet doing their commentary off a TV screen in a Montreal studio. local enriching leisure a school education program. These are just some of the objectives of the SAOA. It all takes money. Ticket sales account for 96 per cent of the required revenue. They are significant even beyond financial income in that solid showing the need of a community justifies grant and subsidy. You can order yours for the first or both productions by writing the Southern Alberta Opera Box Calgary. And Blume In Lave is a pleasant enough diver- sion. The comedy-drama by Paul Mazursky aad Carol aid Ted aad could probably have been made much better by Peter Bogdaaovich in that the ever- derivative Mr. B has at least come to terms with movie styles from the past. And that is what Blume In Love is. A movie that could and should have been made in the forites. Then it would have been crisp and classy. Here it starts off happily enough seeks to re-discover his but the vehicle gets off the and gets lost in a mire of com- plicated time structure and unnecessary tourism. The cast is George Segal is always Kris Kristofferson emerges very nicely as the ex-wife's current Susan Anspch has great warmth if too little to do. And if anything justifies seeing Blume its Donald Munich as a very psy- choanalyst. It's the cast it might be the it could be the but Blume takes itself too seriously. It's like so many current offering laughter-solemnity rather than joy and poignancy. Newfoundland will host the Theatre Canada National May 1974. Theatre Canada is constantly looking for new trends in theatre and exciting groups for national exposure. Anyone interested is asked to contact the association at Rideau Ottawa. Tonight it's curtain up for the LMT production of the llth production for the group and producer-director Dick Mells. In Medicine opening Monday through Nov. 24 it's Show Times November 16 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short CHARIEY LAST COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short BLUME IN LAST COMPLETE RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short THE STONE LAST COMPLETE ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN THIS WIIKBND sit tho LIQION FBI Baavar Room SAT. Cabaret and Vlmy Lounga MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS ONLY THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -Presents- in the. AZTEC LOUNGE Piano and Vocal Stylings by in the... CABARET 'Great DivioV AND SATURDAY. the Medicine Hat Musical Theatre's production of Hello Daily. Its cast includes an alumnus of Ru- as Cornelius Hackl and last seen here as Motel in Fiddler OB The Reef. And the happiest theatrical tradition of the season returns to the stage of the Yates. Allied Arts Council will again sponsor the annual Christmas Pantomime. This year it's to be Staked with Fraafc FeathmioM as the Kirk and tlrta Jokatoa. directed and choregraphed by Marlel the panto is a genuine joy for all disappearing sinking mad chases and all. Tickets for the six-performance run should be on sale early December. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Bowman Arts Weekdays 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Telephone 327-28f3. s. CURRENT EVENTS Tonight Yates p.m. Nov. 19 Sculpture in Taber. Nov. 20 Canada Music Week Student St. Augustine's Parish p.m. CONTINUING EVENTS Until Nov. 17 Sculpture in Centre Village Mall. Until Dec. 1 Yates p.m. Until Dec. 14 Weaver Taylor Sculpture and Uof L 1-5 p.m. Sir Alexander Gait Museum 2-5 p.m. Tonight Phil Lethbridge and the Westwinds at the Alec Hotel 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 paramount college cinema CHILDREN'S MATilMEES SAT. AND SUN. At Only Open p.m. SATURDAY Only At p.m. Doors Open p.m. See Bess do stunts you never saw do before. FAMILY ALL THIS SHOW 750 MARSHALL THOMPSON CLEM BEVANS GEORGE TOBIAS ADULT-HOT SWTMLE FOB CMLMEN paramount NOW SHOWING WHEN HE RUNS OUT OF DUMB LUCK.HE ALWAYS IMS GENIUS TO FALL BACK RESTRICTED ADULT TONITE md SAT Md ADULT NOT SUIT ABU MAC NOW SHOWING At I IV WHMC FiM COUMU HCTUMI-l ;