Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Plan expansion at Hot Springs FAIRMONT, B.C. (CP) The construction of a million convention centre and lodge as additions to existing facilities et Fairmont Hot Springs, B.C. is announced. The loot addi- tion will incorporate 100 bed- rooms and convention and ban- quet facilities to handle more than people. A 40-room lodge and licensee dining room was built five years ago, while a circular hot pool and refurbished swimming pool and dressing area was built later. The larva of the coleophoro moth dresses itself in bits of furry leaves which it glues to- I gether. MINUS ONE CLUB HALLOWEEN FROLIC OF THE SPOOKS Sat., Oct. 30th-9 p.m.-1 a.m. POLISH HAU-T3IK Street North Music by the BRIDGE BRASS Door Prize for Best Costume (Dress Optional) MEMBERS AND GUESTS WEtCOME EAGLES HALLOWE'EN MASQUERADE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29th WATMOUGH ORCHESTRA PRIZES FOR COSTUMES ADMISSION SI.50 INCLUDES LUNCH MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS r'ONGHATULATIONS a n d i managed to pick up some tele- 21-27, this year's event will bo cember. It is supposed to be condolences this week to vision work, including appear- i an "extravaganza" the Lethbridge Musical Theatre J ances in five commercials that' move farther and a large number of theatre goers, in that order. The LMT had one of their more pleasant surprises last week when tickets for Fiddler on the Roof were snapped up before anyone really realized what was going on. Condo- that will j the first time a full scale Ca- away from i nadian musical with a Cana- lences to the people planned to make it to who the MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET COME TO THE SOCIAL AND DANCE FEATURING THE GOLDEN VOICE of DENNIS CLANCY AND THE DANCING FINGERS of ARTHUR SPINK SCOTLAND'S STAGE, TV and RECORDING STARS THREE SHOWS NIGHTLY LEGION MEMORIAL HALL ON Thursday, Oct. 28th, Friday, Oct. 29th and Saturday, Oct. 30th. VERA SINCLAIR'S ORCHESTRA FOR DANCING MEMBERS AND GUESTS Yates box office "tomorrow1 and who will have to be con- tent with reports from friends who managed to get into line early. Vaughan Hembroff, LMT president, says he's not quite sure what caused the four-day ticket sellout, unprecedented in the LMT's nine years of op- eration. Could be it has some- thing to do with the nigh level of competence on the part of the well established produc- tion team. Dick Mells and Muriel Jol- liffe have functioned as direc- tor and choreographer for all LMT musicals and many oth- ers are back this year. It's easier to sell a product when it's a known quantity and local theatre goers have ap- parently decided they like what are currently being used. j "heavy drama productions" dian cast has been signed by The only one that I have j 211'' P'ace more emphasis on a major New York theatre, caught has Mr. Gillard as the j integrating all performing arts who knows, maybe soon weT bright young razor company into a week-long festival. complaints from south oi employee who comes up with of No mention is made of finan- the border about a Canadian the only improvement to the: cial help for participating cultural inundation of the Uni- product that is acceptable to 1 groups, a factor that kept the 1 ted States, which would he a the chairman of the board. Ob- Playgoers of Lethbridge out of! pleasant change, viously cast in the role of the'last May's festival in Ottawa, j Friday, October 29, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Paper closing not permanent MONTREAL (CP) A spokesman for Montreal La Presse said Thursday some news reports have wrongly in- terpreted the daily newspaper's decision to suspend publication temporarily as a pennanenl step. The spokesmen said the sus- pension would last only as long as it was necessary to settle the newpaper's dispute with unions representing its production and distribution employees. Carp can be enticed Into an area by seeding a spot with grains of dried corn. good guy. In Theatre Calgary's The j There seems to be a great Rainmaker by Richard Nash ,jeai (or ai ieast some) eropha- he has the role of Jimmy Curry. Directed by Clarke Rog- ers, the play also has Suzanne Grossman, Robert Murch, Nick Savian and Mort Van Ostrand. 'Claudia Gibson, who docs public relations for Theatre Calgary, feels the play has especial interest for southern Albertans who remember the sis on Canadian plays this sea- son. Theatre Canada is look- ing for them for the extra- vaganza in Saskatoon and Per- forming Arts in Canada maga- Like it or not, December is fast approaching and plans are being made for some of the things that help take the edge off the winter weather. One of them is the annual Rotary carol festival at South- minster United Church. The attempts at rainmaking that 49 Wellington Street East in took place here in the south. iui m LS ui iscuiaud nidgd- zine has announced a date tnis J'earjs Dec. 13. Mark cigarette company sponsored contest for short plays. Playwrights can get more details from the magazine at Reservations can be made by phoning 262-7761. The group's first production this year Plaza Suite play- ed to a total audience of making it one of Theatre Cal- gary's most successful efforts. The company has also been given a Canada Council grant, part of ir LMT has been doing. j grants just announced by the For those who couldn't get I council. tickets, a profile on Norman Jewison on Channel 7 Nov. 10 at 10 p.m. might be some con- solation. The National Film Board show was done while Jewison was filming Fiddler on the Roof in Yugoslavia A Canadian, Jewison direct- ed the film version of Fiddler to theatres 4 Theatre Calgary's Art galleries, music groups and theatre and dance com- panies across Canada shared in the bounty. The news -e- lease contained no names of Lethbridge groups, V It has been a big week for press releases about events in Toronto. Most of the major theatric; companies across the countr seem to be making sure the include one Canadian play their schedule. Theatre Calgai has James Nichol's The Hous on Chestnut Street coming ti in March. George Ryga's Tl: Ecstasy of Rita Joe opened a Edmonton's Studio Theatre las week. Perhaps the most encourcj ing note in all this activity the announcement that th Charlottetown Festival produi tion of Anne of Green Gable will open in New York in DE r ____ _______ _____ ______ ;hat is currently being released the theatre world. One more interesting concerns The- atre-Canada, which up until second I last year was the Dominion iroduction this season opened Drama Festival, yesterday and will run until1 Theatre Canada organizers Nov- 13- j have apparently decided to ex The cast contains two native pand on last May's invitation UberUns Stuart Gillard and ai showcase concept, their firs o_i.__i TT_I... (jeparjure jro [jje formcr an. nual competition. Scheduled for Saskatoon May Robert Haley. Mr. Gillard has spent the past 'ew years down east and has SUTHERN' ALBERTA FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PATTON" In color. Starring academy award winner Best Actor' George C. Scott and Karl Maiden. Friday and Saturday, October 29 and 30. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. Saturday, October 30. "THE WARRIORS" In color. Starring Errol Flynn. Family. All seats 50c. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "DIRTY DINGUS MAGEE" Irt Metrocolor. Starring Frank Sinatra, George Kennedy and Anne Jackson. Friday and Saturday, October 29 and 30. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "ICE STATION ZEBRA" In color. Starring Rock Hud- son and Ernest Borgnine. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 29, 30 and 31. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "THE BOATNIKS" In Technicolor. Star- ring Robert Morse, Stephanie Powers and Phil Silvers. Friday and Saturday, October 29 and 30. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "LOVE STORY" In color. Starring Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal. Friday, October 29. Shows at and -p.m. Adult. Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "RHINO" In color. All seats 50c. Family. Grief-stricken bus driver found dead MOUNT FOREST, Ont. (CP) A 39-year-old school bus driver, overcome with grief when one of his young passengers died following the of his bus Tues- day, was found dead Wednesday of gunshot wounds that police believe were self-inflicted. Ronald Glen Philp, was found dead near the barn on the family farm by his wife and a neighbor. A .38-cal- ibre revolver was beside him. Philp's bus crashed into two hydro poles Tuesday, killing seven-year-old Patri- cia Mitchell and injuring eight other children. The IvSchell girl was struck by a crossbar from one of the poles which sliced through the side of the bus. The other 45 children crawled through the bus windows after the crash. ORDER TKISTARS LONDON (Reuter) A Brit- ish air charter operator Thurs- day ordered two Lockheed Tri- Star first order for the 400-feet jet by a non-sched- uled airline. Court Line Aviation also signed firm options for three more TriStars, which are lowered by British Rolls-Royce engines, Lockheed said. brings the total number of TriStar sales up to 105, and the number of options to 49. JESUS CHRIST SUPER STAR? D> c o o TJ tn c P E o -o a) c -W g V) C w -g in O 01 S 3 a B- x- 0 O a o lm 0) 0- s -s U X C o -5 D) o o _ O 10 'C pj C o o .c o 01 K O E Q- o TJ 5 1U tn a u o S z Q 3 S o u O DC o 2 Q. C 3 o E n O V) jQ i i in g 3 U c _j, on Presented by CJOC and the AMERICA ROCK OPERA COMPANY it on your calendar. Not much on movies thli week; couldn't decide whether to see Love Machine or Two- Lane Blacktop. Reports on Love Machine indicate it is the slick- ly produced bunch of fluff everyone expected. It will prob- ably do well at the box-office. The entire Johnson family did make it to a preview show- ing of The Railway Children. Reaction from the kids was good and both parents sat through the entire show with- out squirming. Recommended for family viewing. It's not a film classic, but it is some-i thing you can take the young-1 sters to rare commo- dity tliest days. A note for Jennifer O'Neill fans filming has started on MGM's A Case of Need, In which she co-stars with James Coburn. Here's hoping she Is as lovely and nice and beauti- ful as she was in The Summer of '42. The external affairs depart- ment has purchased worth of Canadian art works from another govern m e n t Egency the Canada Council. The council will use the money to buy more Canadian art. Seems to make sense. At least Canadian artists will ben- efit. WEEKEND 4 ENTERTAINMENT 4 Friday "THE LINEMEN" 4 Saturday "THE LINEMEN" AT THE A MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13th SI. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight through Saturday, November 6th FEATURING "THE COUNTRY STORE" "2 GUYS AND A GAL" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "The Love Machine" Last Complete Show Saturday Special Matinee Short Subjects "Gypsy Colt" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Two Lane Black Top" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Two Lane Black Top" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "Gone With the Wind" One Complete Show Saturday Special Matinee Short Subjects "Gypsy Colt" Last Complete Show "Gone With the Wind" One Complete Show LSI CHILDRENS MATilNEES MGM SATURDAY AFTERNOON Only One Show at p.m. SATURDAY at 1 and 3 p.m. SUNDAY at p.m. only His spirit betongs to the wfUtmss ami Htlmrtto itttiogH! DONNA CORCORAN-WARD FRANCES BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING at end p.m. PRODUCTION Jacqueline Sosann's HELD OVER lltfl Thru TUBS. famQAirtia Reims RESTRICTED ADULT I" i1 fi CINEMA 4tb Avt ft Slh ST 327 51M TONIGHT thru SUN 01 and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA NOW SHOWING )ne Complete Show at 8 p.m. In not screen inosl niiignilicrnl piclurr ever' DAVID OSEI7NICKS GONE WITH THE WIND" They're young... they're in love they kill people. BONNIE, NO. 2 "Rill NTT" IN COLOR UULI.I I I STEVE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREIN ACRES TONIGHT and SAT. GATES AT 7 P.M. SHOW AT P.M.