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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETH0RIDQE HERALD Tueaday, October 22, 1974 AT YOUR PHARMACY maEYOUDOLlUIUVSMOK OF UNIT YOU'RE MOFFttt Ft! M FAU SPECIALS DRUG and HEALTH NEEDS BAYER ASPIRIN 100's S.R.P. 1.27 TOMS ISO's S.R.P. 1.69 1.19 BUCKLEYS MEMCITRON 20gm.S.R.P. 1.79...... 1.39 BUCKLEYS MIXTURE Large S.R.P. 1.49..... 1.09 CORICIDIN D TABLETS 24sS.R.P. 239......... 1, CORICIDIN MEDILETS 2 4s S.R.P. 1.59....... LYPSYL S.R.P. 75' 59C ORNADE SPANSULES 12s S.R.P. 2.19........ 1.44 VICKS FORMULA 44 Soi.S.R.P.2.09...... 1.44 VICKS VAPO RUB 3 OL S.R.P. 1.36____ 95C CONFIDETS 48's S.R.P. 2.39 F.D.S. POWDER 3 01 Regular. Unscented S.R.P. 2.09 1.49 KOTEX REGULAR Super 48s S.R.P. 3.19. 2.69 KOTEX-TAMPONS Regular. Ultra 40s S.R.P. 2.39 1.99 CURADS 60's S.R.P. 1.37____ DETTOL 1.19-.. 95< OZONOL 30 gm. S.R.P. 1.19 79( lALlNUDEI Spira, White, S.R.P.99'...................... ULTRA BAN SCENTED POLAROID SUNGLASSES Cool-Roy with coupon on nwtal COUNSELOR SCALE Antigua S.R.P. 9.95 FIRESIDE LOGS S.R.P. 1.39____ HEALTHMATE VAPORIZER H1SOS.R.P.7.95......... 6.44 LIFESAVERS 5 FLAVORS miniertgres rolls S.R.P. 89' NOBLESSE WINE GLASSES 4% ox. 4 pock. S.R.P. 2.59 1. PEAK FREAN BISCUITS Digestive, Nice, Shortcake 7% ox. S.R.P. PRISME ASH TRAY 6" (boxed) S.R.P.99'. 77' COMPACT SHOVEL S.R.P. 2.95 2.39 S.KJ.1I5... ULTRA BAN POWDER ScBitM.Un U9 ALBERTO BALSAM CONDITIONER f. l.f f REVLON MILK PLUS 6 Candtnenw 1.49 WHEAT GERM OIL I Honey Conditioner l.M....... 1.19 BRECK CRENE RINSE Bolim. tody. MISS CLAIROL SHAMPOO FormdaHolrCdor Al SJI.P. 1.79 NEW CLAIROL BALSAM HAIR COLOR s.t 1.79 BRECK SHAMPOO Dry, Notmd. Oily 99' HERBAL ESSENCE SHAMPOO S.H.P.149.................... 1.29 LANDERS DANDRUFF SHAMPOO Tub. 5 01. S.R.P. WHEAT GERM OIL vnpoo 16 oz. S.t 1.98 1.19 NOXZEMA LOTION Mostly m SJTP. 79< 2nd DEBUT CEF1200 lot. 3.79 STRIDEXPADS 1.09 CUTEX POLISH REMOVER 3 oi. SLYVANIA LIGHT BULBS watt 2s S.R.P. BABY NEEDS SYLVANIA MAGICUBES 2.29 VAPORIZER H100 S.R.P. 6.96 4. CURITY-BABY SHAMPOO 8'A oz. S.R.P. 1.72. 44< 99' PAMPERS DAYTIME 30s S.R.P. 2.79...... 2.39 PAMPERS NEWBORN 30s S.R.P. 2.19....... 1. QTIPS 90sS.R.P.78' 59' VAStyNE JELLY Nursery Jar 12oi. S.R.P. 1.49 VIJAMIN BARGAINS ANSODENT 1101.S.R.P. 1.59. CLOSE UP TOOTH PASTE 150 ml. S.R.P. 1.69 1.19 SCOPE MOUTHWASH 240Z.S.R.P. 2.05..... 1.73 HOUSEHOLD NEEDS BATHROOM TISSUE lody Seen and FACIAL TISSUE lady Scon Ainrtod VIVA TOWES and Whit. CHOCKS VITAMINS Regular 100s S.R.P. 4.59 2.95 CHOCKS VITAMINS Plus Iron S.R.P. 5.09 3.49 FUNTSTONES VITAMINS Regular 100s S.R.P. 4.79 3.39 MENS GROOMING BEAUJY AIDS SPED STICK Rcgulor. Wild Moss. Dry 2.5 oz. S.R.P. 1.59............-........ W VASQINE BATH BEADS Itot-SJIJ. I.M. 1.29 MIICHUM AHII-PRSPIRAHI iftfj MULTIPLE VITAMINS TABLETS TOOTHPASTE PLUS BOH 5.19 3.95 GERITOL LIQUID 2.19 GffilTOl TABLETS 40s 3.30____ 2.19 ONE-A-DAY Regular 100s 3.99. 2.49 ONE4-OAY Plus Iron 1 OOs 4.75 3.19 PAIS VnAMMS togular, Iron 4.93 CONSULT THE YELLOW PAGES FOR THE A.R.P. PHARMACY NEAREST YOU 259 BOYD'S PHARMACY 1844- Mayer Magrati) 328-3760 LAKEVIEW DRUG 1017 Mayor Magrath Drive, Lwthbridgc 326-5509 CARDSTON PHARMACY P.O. Box 730, Cartftton 653-3042 NORMAN'S PHARMACY Its-Deer Park Avenue, Kbnbertoy 427-4544 STUBBS PHARMACY 1506- 9 Avenue South, Lothbriogo 329-5512 WESTMINSTER DRUGS 425-13 Street North, Lethbridge 32S-7633 HIGA'S PHARMACY Pincher Creek 627-3195 ODDIE'S CENTRAL DRUG Taber Fun parks keep show biz alive By DlCk KLEINER LOS ANGELES (NBA) Want to get into show business? Don't come to Los Angeles or go to New York. Go to Arlington, Tex., or Orlando, Fla., or a few diner places like that, spots which are gigantic in recent show business history. It sounds funny but it's true. Today the biggest employer of show business talent is the amusement park in- dustry, especially those huge theme parks such as Disneyland, Walt Disney World and the various Six Flags parks. Scattered across the nation, these frolicsome acres employ hundreds of young kids, singers and dancers mostly, who are getting their first'shbt at professional show business. David Blackburn produces the shows for Six Flags which has large amusement parks in Texas, Georgia and Missouri, with smaller operations elsewhere in Texas and in California. 500 PERFORMERS Among them all, Blackburn e'mploys around 500 performers. He holds auditions every year, and every year-he personally auditions, he says, perhaps youngsters. He auditions general- ly around the city where he needs the talent Dallas Fort Worth, Atlanta, St. Louis but when his staff has the time it goes further afield in search of fresh young faces and voices. Once, he went to Prove, Utah, which he remembers mostly because an Indian boy came in and danced with a snake. They didn't hire him. Once performers are hired Blackburn puts them to work in shows at one or another of the parks. Generally, they are amateurs at first, but quickly become pros, although not what you'd call overpaid. They work for salaries of a bit more than 13 an -hour. Blackburn's counter- part with the Disney organization is Bob Jan- ni, who produces all the shows and parades for Disneyland and Walt, Disney World. BUSINESS CHANGED "The live entertain- ment business changed with the decline of Janni says'. "Today it's a different ball game than it was five years ago. Today, the buying power of out- door amusement parks is significant." Janni says that he is currently running the only showroom in the country that is open every day of the year the Top of the World room in the Contem- porary Hotel at Walt Disney World in Florida. And Blackburn takes satisfaction in" the emerging careers of some of his alumni Cissy King and Rama English, both now with The Lawrence Welk Show, and Betty Buckley, recently starr- ing on .Broadway in got their starts as youngsters in the Six Flags shows. Cast is picked for tour STRATFORD, Ont. (CP) Nicholas Pennell and Jackie Burroughs will play lead roles in the 1975 winter spring Canadian tour of the Stratford Festival the Festival announc- ed today. Mr. Pennell, one of the men of the 1974 festival season, will play the role of Antipholus in The Comedy of Errors. Miss Burroughs will appear as Adriana in The Comedy of Errors, her first role with the festival since 1964.' Also cast in key roles are Eric Donkin, Gale. Garnett, Mia Anderson, Richard Cur- nock, Douglas Chamberlain, Barry MacGregor and Pat Bentley Fisher. Both tour productions are directed by Robin Phillips. The tour will take in centres from Vancouver to Montreal for 10 weeks starting Feb. 10. Flaw found in new hall .MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The recently completed f 10 million orchestra hall in Minneapolis apparently has a flaw. There' may be as many as 330 seats in the seat hall from which only part of the stage can be seen. From some of those seats located in the second and'third tiers on both sides of the hall centre stage, or where the conductor's podium is located, cannot be seen. From many seats, only a third or half of the stage is visible unless the spectator leans forward in his or her seat. I He "izza Sth StrMt S, Phone 3M-3434 EVERY 329-SHl Struts. Wednesday is SPAGHETTI DAY at The PIZZA PLACE Spaghetti Meat Sauce ALL YOU CAN EAT! .69 TV highlights COMEDY: Good 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Ralph Carter as Michael stars as he comes home with surprising news about his IQ test results. SPECIAL: CBS Reports, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. "Castro, Cuba and the USA" include topics like... the possibility of renewal of US Cuban diplomatic relations; Castro's opinion of President Ford and Secretary of State Kissinger; his opinions of the Watergate situation and his own domestic achievements and failures. DRAMA: Marcus Welby, M.D., 9 p.m., Ch. 13. A fanatically religious mother forbids the medical treatment of her child who is dying. Robert Young, James Brolin and Donna Mills star. VARIETY SPECIAL: -Flip Wilson, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. Flip Wilson is joined by special guests Peter Sellers, Lily Tomlin and Richard Pryar in an hour of comedy. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televison Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC1090 Monday thin Friday a rh. 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