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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FIRST NEGRO SENATOR The first Negro senator of the United States was Hiram K. who was elected in Mississippi in 1870. 6 86 Joan Water field says Reynolds does it as well as anyone Burl pin-up-boy ot the year is here this week in White a fast paced melodrama that should provide good entertain- ment for action fans often em- TONIGHT TINKER BAND AT THE ALEC HOTEL GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SAT. DEC. p.m. Music by VARIETY Members and Invited Guests Only lhe Eonm PHONE 327-6412 For the Greatest STEAK SANDWICHES AND BURGERS In town from ttw Paramount en 4th South To Entertain You This Week At the Ventura In Coaldale FITZGERALD' from CALGARY HOTEL and INN Coaldale NEXT WEEK- VENTURA Book now for your CHRISTMAS BANQ.UETS and WEDDINGS The Ventura Restaurant Phone 345-4811 Dallas Hotel Proudly Presents The Ray Sabins Trio Top Notch Country and Western group from Vancouver Nightly for Your Listening Unsure tt SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre November 30 only W. in color. Star- ring Cliff Geraldine Page and Christina Ferrare. Friday shows at and 9-00 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre in color. Friday and Saturday November 30 and December 1. Friday show at 8-00 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT MICKEY MOUSE afternoon Matinee LITTLE in color. December 1. show at p.m. FAMILY. MILK RIVER-Sunland Theatre NICHOLAS AND in color. Starring Michael Jaysen and Janet Suzman. Friday Novem- ber 30 show at p.m. ADULT PINCHER CREEK-FOX Theatre in Johnny Celeste Holm and Warren Gates. Friday and November 30 and December 1. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. FAMILY. TABER Tower Theatre LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE ROY in color. Starring Paul Newman. Friday and November 30 and December 1. Friday shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. 'SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE in color. Feature length cartoon December 1 shows at and p.m. FAMILY ALL SEATS 504 barrassingly coy in his televi- sion is now in his movie into the characterization of the rough-hewn a Bogart Gable combination with a touch of Astaire. Which is just fine for he probably does it better than anyone else In White Lightning he's very well cast in the pattern as Gator McKlusky. on the for running bootleg whisky and to help Treasury agents trap the bootleggers. So far so good. Then the plot deviates into Gator's pursuit of a sadistic probable murderer of his brother. For- tunately Reynolds is forceful enough to carry the plot tangle and enough comedy is injected to balance the inevitable ultra violence. The supporting roles are in the main well handled. Jen- nifer Billiiigsley is just too mush mouthed as the and Ned Beatty is the stereotype but the characters who pepper the Louise the secretary. Bo a fellow Matt ner- vously working undercover and R. G. Armstrong as the gang leader are well-served by William Norton's dialogue and the Joseph Sargent direc- tion More hits than misses with White with the hits the easy style of some super auto sequences and the all-round professionalism of the produc- tion The Harrad Experiment is another can of worms. A soft- core a sniggering study not of sex in the halls of but of the fall of the single leaf The self indulgent maundering locates the seat of learning definitely below the despite such half- baked aphorisms as real people make love with their minds and their understan- ding James Whitmore and Tippi the Masters and Johnson of this pick away at the problems of the cliche couples and consequent couplings to an educational congee to the silly sexploitation The acting is the direction the 90 minutes required to view more like the 30 days allocated to each co- habitation. Tops for the small screen is a really compelling The Marcvi Nelson Murders to be seen late night Saturday on Channel Seven. The made-for TV movie served as a pilot to the current and workmanlike and. like most is im- mensely superior to the on- going product. Story concerns the murder Wylie Hoffert of two young women. But the main thrust of the story is in the railroading of a young played most per- suasively by Gene Woodbtiry. Telly Savalai initiates the Kojack role a splendid strength as he is to the series. Jose Ferher scores as the lawyer and there are telling appearances from Allen Gar- Ned Harriet Karr and Roger Robinson. That the production is often Comedian starts liquor crusade By LINDA DEUTSCH LOS ANGELES Comedian Dick who gave up food years ago to protest the Vietnam still is starving and has given up something else nightclub performing. His new crusade is against which he says is ruin- ing youngsters as fast as dope. He has bowe J out of the liquor serving clubs that gave him his big break 15 years ago and will concentrate on college dates and lecture tours. refuse to do anti-drug ads on radio and TV because I will not be part of something that puts down reefers and drugs but doesn't say anything about he said saying they're both The whose causes have almost overshadowed his comedy in recent still lives like a perpetual passenger on the Titanic. He worries about the poisons in food and the corruption of government His wife and 10 who live with him on a 400 acre farm in eat raw fruits and vegetables nothing else. In case of disaster they can live off he Said Gregory. consumes nothing but fruit his diet since 1971. His weight has levelled off at just Keep Christ in Christmas InMrttd by Knighti of Council 1410 Eagles Dance NOVEMBER 30th 9 p.m. EAGLES HALL-13th St. N. Music By for and Invited Only PARK PLAZi CABARET Thurs. and Sat. Featuring KINLOCK El Rancho Frontier Dining Room Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialities served daily DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS Entertainment tor your listening pleasure every Sunday1 Dine and Dance Lounge Thnrs.-Fri.-Sit. HOTEL Red Coach Lounge RON ROWE Hem COftNtR 4th AVI. MMl 7th ST. t. PHONI 317.1111 over 100 pounds and he says he ieels healthy but usually hungry. He had to begin eating once the Vietnam war and he did break the fast for 30 days eating only raw fruit and vegetables but he began again because the same mentality exists in the Pentagon today that created Vietnam You can't say you have peace if nations are killing each He hasn't decided when he'll eat again. Despite his doomsaying at- the strongest thing about Dick Gregory today is that he's funny. His latest two-record Dick Gregory Caught in the displays a sharpen- ed wit and a gift for political satire that raises chuckles from the depths of his dismay. The the subject of his visit to Los offers a thick serving of Watergate humor it says when Presi- dent Nixon's enemy list came out it turned out all his enemies were Americans You'd have thought he'd throw in a Viet Cong or two to make it look Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7.00 9 00 WESTWORLD. 7.25 9-25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9'2S HARRAD EXPERIMENT- 7'50 10 05 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 25 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects. 7.00 9-00 WHITE LIGHTNING 7.15 9 15 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Limited Return Engagement For Those Of You That Missed It 3 Days Only Starting Sunday SUM IITtflHATKWAL D Brother TECHNICOLOR THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -Presents- m the. AZTEC LOUNGE Piano and Vocal Stylings by in the... CABARET AND SATURDAY. talky gives writer Abfey i___ the opportunity to say much about criminal justice. That he says it so often and at such length instead of allowing the dramatic content to carry his message causes some but the genuinely compelling quali- ties ot the story and the almost flawless performances make The Marcus Nelson Murders a standard of ex- cellence in TV-drama. And for the youngsters there 11 be a special joy in attending school this coming week as the Theatre Calgary Caravan comes to the city The company will be at Gilbert Paterson Wilson Junior Hamilton and St. Wednesday. Lucky kids Perhaps when the new library is completed it will be possi- ble to give and other travelling companies another performing oppor- tunity in the intimacy of the library area to an other than student audience. MKAANIAN MEN'S CLUl DANCI DEC. Irt p.m. POLISH HALL 1Mi Mid AM. N. GOOD MUSIC MIMMM AMP mVITtD OUMTt_______ paramount college cinema NEE ONLY A Buy and I Face Danger in the est. LASSUETS ADVENTURES IntheGOLDKVSH Starrm8 FAMILY PAUL KELLY BRUCE COWLING GARY GRAM THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Fri. Beaver Room COUNTRY Sat. Cabaret- COUNTRY Vimy Lounge MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount Last Times Tonite Twite it p.m. YUL BRYNNER pANAVIStON'METBOCOLOR RICHARD BENJAMIN J -WM -'cause once is BURT REYNOLDS WHITE LIGHTNING Adult Not Suitable For Children college cinema TONITE and SAT. At p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema NOW SHOWING At pjn NOW ON paramount STARTS TOMORROW I at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN I Lnt 20 MiMtu A Joseph E Levine and Brut Productions Presentation ELIZABETH TAYLOR LAURENCE HARVEY BILUE WHITELAW ;