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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 LETH6RIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 16, 1974 million structure attracts crowds Cultural centre season exceptional By JAMES ROBINS LEWISTON, N.Y. (AP) From the rubble of a local dump has risen New York State's newest cultural Artpark. The resurrection has not been cheap. The Artpark Theatre, hub of the park's ac- tivities, gobbled up million in state funds before the opening-night curtain was raised. But since the July 25 debut, officials of the state depart- ment of parks and recreation have been pleased with public response. "The season has been ex- said Charles Cinnamon, the theatre's publicity director. "It has been beautifully accepted by the audience. There's a climate, there's something in the air. The minute you come WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Sale of Fresh Fish and Seafoods will be held at GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN on Mayor Magrath Dr. Thurs. and Fri., October 17th and 18th 11 a.m. to p.m. Herring Oysters Halibut Shrimp Salmon Smoked Fish Ask for new price list and schedule here you respond to it." The theatre, a massive structure of brick, glass and steel, resembles a topless pyramid. It sits overlooking the precipitous Niagara River Gorge, slightly down river from the falls. The facility seats but giant steel shutters can be raised behind the building to allow another seated on a grassy incline, to view productions from outdoors. ARTISTS DEMONSTRATE There is also an artists-in- residence program. "We've asked them to come and use the park as a labora- tory for their said Dale McConathy, the park's executive director. The invitation has drawn about 30 sculptors, poets, dancers, painters and architects, who are paid up to a week to ply their crafts before park patrons. Jack Maranville, a parks de- partment spokesman, said original cost estimates for just the theatre came to about million. The complex, including two 560-car parking lots, an amphitheatre and boardwalk, is expected to have a final bill of about million. The premier season has served as an audience market study, giving state planners a chance to determine what the audience likes, said parks de- partment analyst Mark Lyons. Lyons said the best-received offering was piano virtuoso Van Cliburn's standing-room- only appearance. Rock concerts did poorly. The season included a pot- pourri of entertainment rang- ing from the ear-splitting rock of Blue Oyster Cult, through the mellower tones of Gordon Lightfoot and on to the patter of slippers from New York City's Jeffrey Ballet. A complete post-season re- view and audience analysis will contribute toward the planning of next year's schedule, Lyons said. Famous pianist to help Met TV highlights WEDNESDAY SPORTS: NHL Hockey, 6 p.m., Ch. 13. From Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens, the Los Angeles Kings meet with the Maple Leafs. SPORTS SPECIAL: World Series, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. World Series game four comes from the park of the American League champions. SPECIAL: Reasoner Report, 9 p.m., Ch. 11. With a look at the Rodriguez family, worldwide hunger and President and Mrs. Ford, Harry Reasoner hosts this special edition of his new- magazine. THURSDAY DRAMA SPECIAL: ABC Afternoon Playbreak, a.m., Ch. 11. "Can I Save My Children" is the story of a mother and her two children who crash-land in the wilderness and are due to be flooded the next morning. CANADA DRY'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stat- ions. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE Music by... "The Metros" Members and Invited Guests BLIND SINGER WINS AWARD Country music winners named NEW YORK (AP) Pianist Vladimir Horowitz, 70, said today he will help the Metropolitan Opera by giving the first solo concert there Sunday, Nov. 17. Horowitz said he read about the opera's financial NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) troubles and decided to help. Charlie Rich, the Silver Fox of Some 750 of the tickets country music, has been nam- will be turned over to the ed entertainer of the year by Opera Guild to sell for double the Country Music the price, with all proceeds to Association, the Met. Blind Ronnie Milsap and Rosedale Choice Assorted, 14 oz. CHEESE DMER 4589 FOOD VALUES MUSHROOMS Steak House ___ Stems Pieces 017 Q V MMGMME Blue Bonnet Colored 3lb.pkg. CHOCOLATE QUIK PEANUT BUTTER Squirrel, smooth or crunchy, 32 oz. CHEESE SLICES WINE SAUERKRAUT GRATED CHEESE PANCAKE SYRUP SPAGHETTI In Tomato Sauce Franco Ameri- can. 14 oz. BEANS FOODS ORANGE CRYSTALS STRAWBERRIES Westvate Fancy 15 oz. PEAS CARROTS Bonny Brook Choice 2lbs. Dog and Cat Food, 15 oz. BABY CEREAL BREAD BOUGH TOMATO SOUP 5595 Aunt Henna's, White or Brown (pkg. of 5 rolls) BATHROOM Campbell's 10oz. British-born Australian Olivia Newton-John were named top male and female vocalists Monday night. ALBUM AWARD Rich also won the album-of- the-year award for Very Special Love Song. Milsap is best known for his recording Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends. The award was presented jointly by Lynn Anderson and Anne Murray of Springhill, N.S. Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn won the top vocal duo award for the third time. 12 FREE CONCERTS WASHINGTON (AP) -The Kennedy Centre for the Per- forming Arts will present 12 free concerts honoring the 100th birthdays of composers Arnold Schoenberg and Charles Ives during the 1974-75 season. SPARERIBS (Heavy and up) fb WtaT PORK CHOPETTES QRo %JV Burns, to. VEAL CHOPETTES Burns, Ib.................... 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