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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta aaiuraay, uciooer zu, i nt Lt i numuue i TONIGHT TINKER BAND AT THE ALEC HOTEL Festival scouts country Dine and Dance Lounge HOTEL Red Coach Lounge GENE LENNEN THE BROTHERS BOGGART EXPANSION MOTH CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. s. PHONE 327-3191 LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Numbers Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 55 Numbers 1 Games Prize Money 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards Children Under 16 Not Allowed Binlgo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. ADULT SKATING CLASSES Co-Sponsored by the COMMUNITYSERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE and LETHBRIDGE FIGURE SKATING CLUB (Figure Skatei not Required) The program will consist of 1'4 hour sessions with classes for beginners and those who wish to learn all levels of basic skating There will also be instruction for those wishing to learn the basics of figure skating and ice dancing. Professional instruction will be provid- ed by the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club Where? Adams Park Ice Centre When? Sunday evenings from p.m commencing OctobeM4, 1973 and continuing through to December 16, 1973 Registration? Registration for the above program will be taken at Adams Ice Centre Sunday, October 21st commencing at p.m. The registration fee will be per person for ten (10) sessions. hor turiner iniormanon. piease CUIIUILI int) Cummurniy Services Department Office at 328-2341, Extension 256 or 328-7146 THE PARK PLAZA DINE and DANCE FEATURING: Carroll and Weekend "Specials'- No. 1 GRILLED LAMB CHOPS-Mint Jelly .50 oz. New Zealand Lamb Chops in Wine Sauce No. 2 MANHATTAN BROILED STEAKS (For two) oz. boneless round steaks -Onion rings 8 Specials Include 5'owp and Salad Choice of Potato and Baby Carrots STHATFORD, Ont. (CP) The Stratford Shakespearean Festival for the first time will hold auditions across the country Associate directors William Hutt and Michael Bawtree will hold auditions in Western Canada for the first two weeks of November while Jean Gascon, the festival's artistic director, and John Hayes, its production director, will scout eastern Canada during the last two weeks of the month Mr. Gascon said Tuesday the auditions are being con- ducted to reach professional actors unable to audition in Stratford. The western stops include Winnipeg, Regina. Van- couver. Calgary and Edmon- ton. The eastern stops are Halifax. Fredericton. Montreal. Ottawa and Toron- to ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUt SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) Thursday, October 25, November and 15 IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC ELKS AND INVITED GUEST.' ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Tonite, Saturday, October 20th "SUNSET4" PHOENIX, ARIZONA TOUR Nov. 3 16 days transportalion and accommodation (twin) Reno San Francisco. Disneyland Hollywood Palm Springs Phoenix and Las BOWL PARADE TOUR Dec. 26 14 days transportation and accommodation (twin) Reno San Francisco Disneyland Hollywood Palm Springs Las Vegas (Tourna- menl of Roses Parade Jan 1) FLORIDA-DISNEY WORLD TOUR Jan. 12 25 days transportation and accommodation (twin) Washington DC. Cape Kennedy Space Centre, Fort Lauderdale Miami Beach Disney World New Orleans Texas. Phoenix. Las Vegas TOURS ESCORTED BY STEVE KOTCH REST ROOM AIR CONDITIONED "AQUILA" Book Now Limited number of tickets available. NORTHERN BUS TOURS I LETHBRIDGE, ti October 22-27 The Frank Roberts Four AT THE MINERS' 733-13th St. N. Members 3nd Invited Guests o SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BROTHER SUN SISTER MOON" in color. Starring Graham Faulkner, Judi Bowker and Alec Guiness. Saturday, October 20 shows at and p.m FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CLASS OF '44" in color with the stars of the "Class of '42" Saturday, October 20 show at p.m SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Starts Sunday, October 21, "ACROSS 110th STREET" in color. Starring Anthony Quinn and Tony Franciosa. Sunday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "A WARM DECEMBER" in Color. Starring Sidney Portier and Ester Anderson. Saturday, October 20 show at p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE NASHVILLE SOUND" in color. Starring Loretta Lynn, Charley Pride, Johnny Cash and Porter Wagoner. Saturday, October 20 shows at and p.m. FAMILY. Showing Sunday, October 21 only, "ACE HIGH" in color. Starring Eli Wallach Show at p.m. ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "THE REVENGERS" in color. Starring William Holden and Ernest Borgnme. Saturday. October 20 shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Australian tour planned by Stratford Festival By JAMES NELSON STRATFORD, Ont (CP) The Stratford Festival Com- pany ends its 1973 season Saturday with the satisfaction that despite criticism ol Us main attraction it weathered its box office difficulties The company, which will begin rehearsals early m January for a seven-week tour of Australia, has four produc- tions running in its main theatre on the banks of the Avon River here, plus five other productions in theatre facilities scattered around town The main attrar'Uon was Is- raeli actor Nahum Buchman in the title role of Shakespeare s Othello which opened June 6 and closes Saturday night DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridpe INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS HARVEST DANCE 702 WING AIRPORT Sat., Oct. 20th p.m. Admission 2.00 per member, 3.00 non-members _______Members and Invited Guests Only From Mixed-Up Files The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, a pleasant family movie with a brief starring appearance by Ingrid Bergman, stars two youngsters Sally Prager and Johnny Doran. Film falls short of expectations GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat., Oct. 20, 9 p.m. Music by Jack Blech MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY By LOUISE SWEENEY the Christian Science Monitor News Service "The Mixed Up Files of Mrs Basil E. Frankweiler" is a pleasant family movie about two children who camp out in- side New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art It's a movie with good inten- tions, eminently G-rated. and graced with a brief "starring" appearance by Ingrid Bergman On paper, it sounds swell On the screen it is less than riveting Part of the problem is that the burden of this picture rests, like a neo-Gothic skyscraper, on the frail shoulders of its two young stars. They are Sally Prager and Johnny Doran. who play 12-year-old Claudia Kincaid and her ten-year-old brother Jamie. They try hard, but the stilted dialogue by Blanche Hanalis doesn't give them much support Which is a shame, because the movie, based on the Newbery Award-winning novel by E L Konigsburg, had such a potential. The plot deals with the plan of the very bright, very dreamy Claudia, who is hook- ed on chivalry and Sir Lancelot and other medieval graces, to run away from her comfortable New Jersey home and stow away at the Met She decides to take her bouncy younger brother Jamie along for company and. it turns out, for cash (he has over stashed away in a piggy They pack their clothes in music cases, take a train (o the city, sneak into the museum, and live there for several days, eating in the children's cafeteria, bathing in the Carl Milles pool, sleep- ing in priceless Venetian anti- ques which happen to be beds. The film does contain some lovely footage of the Met's treasures, as seen through the children's eyes. Along the way. Claudia spots a white marble angel attributed to Michelangelo and there is a plot complication which even- tually involves the Mrs. Basil Krupa dies a modest man YONKERS, N.Y. (AP) Jazz drummer Gene Krupa. who died Tuesday, was eulo- gized as a modest man "never given to speaking about the fact that, in the eyes of those who knew, he was probably the foremost drummer of all time A funeral mass was said Thursday in St. Denis Roman Catholic'Church. Those attending the farewell for Krupa included band leader Benny Goodman, pianist Teddy Wilson, and singer Helen Ward, all of whom were part of the Goodman band and combos from which Krupa captured the role of pre-eminent jazz drummer in the 1930s. Others at the funeral includ- ed band leaders Mel Lewis and Red Baladan. drummer Buddy Rich, bassist Benny Moteh and the widow of jazz banjoist Eddie Condon, at whose funeral Krupa spoke last August. Krupa's adopted children. Mary Grace. 10. and Gene Jr.. ft were present with his foimer wife Patricia. A brolher. Julius, also nttonded. T Frankweiler of the title. She donated the angel, and only she supposedly knows who its real creator is When the kids finally leave the museum, it's to track down Frankweiler. a frosty recluse, in her New Jersey mansion and find out the truth. We're several reels into the film, very near the end in fact, when Ingrid Bergman finally makes her appearance as Mrs. Basil T. And a vivid performance it is, Miss Bergman all done up in white hair and trailing black chiffon and pearls, looking much more beautiful than the pallor and etchings of her old- lady makeup should allow. Her crusty-vinegary perfor- mance is really the best part of the film, although one other very professional actress had stolen the picture a few scenes earlier in a brief part That was Madeline Kahn, in a funny walk-on as a besieged grade-school teacher with a voice that would cut peanut- butter sandwiches, ushering her class through the Met. MINUS ONE CLUB HARD TIME DANCE I POLISH HALL 8th Ave. and 13th St. N. SATURDAY, OCT. 20-9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by "THE COUNTRY THREE" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS TONITE and SUNDAY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN green acres drive-in AUSTAIR KARI BARRY NEWMAN SUZY Hit No.2' "Last 01 The Red Hot Lovers" With Alan Arkin Gates Open Complete Show 6 p.m. SUNDAY ALL THEATRES ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. ONLY RESTRICTED ADULT QENI' M PACINO paramount NOW SHOWING Tonite at p.m. STANLEY KUBRICK'S RESTRICTED ADULT paramount -BEST FILM OFTHEYEAR. BEST DIRECTOR OFTHEYEAR. NOW SHOWING Tonite at p.m. ADULT Not Suitable For Children college cinema Now Showing Tonite at p.m. nqbcE LEE TrIE MASTER of ItARATt kuraq fu TO YOU up And kick you ApAftT with Fall COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL 4 Custom Size Portraits Plus Combination Presentation Attractively Moun'ed MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW! A.E. Cross Studio Same Convenient Location 710-3rd Ave. S. PHONES 328-0222 ;