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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Small Saskatchewan community setting for 'hockey' movie It seemed only natural that 700, 24 miles southwest of the Saskatchewan community Saskatoon, would serve as the of Delisle, with a population of location for most of the film TONIGHT "COUNTRY BLUE" AT THE MINERS' 733 13th St. N. Members and invited Guests Only SEPT. 24th to SEPT. 29th CROWCHILD FROM CALGARY AT THE YORK HOTEL CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT FALL PROGRAMS-Fritz Sick Pool 1 Adult and Teenage (15 years and over) Learn to Swim 2. Royal Life Saving Society Programs a) Elementary Award b) Intermediate Award c) Bronze Medallion d) Bronze Cross 3 Red Cross Water Safety Leader Course 4 Red Cross-RLSS Aquatic Instructor Course REGISTRATION: Thursday, September 27, 1973 p.m. and p.m. Gym No. 2 Civic Sports Centre 420-11 Street South PLEASE NOTE: Registrations are on a first come first serve basis with limited enrollment in each program. For complete program details, see the Fall 1973 edition of the LIFELONG RECREATION AND EDU- CATION TABLOID which appeared in the Lethbridge Herald on Saturday, September 1, 1973, or contact the Community Services Department at 328-2341, Local 256 ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents MARK WESCOTT Concert Pianist BACH Prelude and Fugue in B minor SCHUBERT Sonata m D major, opus 53 SCRIABINE Sonata No 9 opus 68 SCHUMANN Romance in F major PAGANINI Liszt La Companeila YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Friday. Sept. 28 p.m. Tickets at Leister's Mark Wescott IKK in ,ind inpeluoMtv combined vvitli rare MiMliviU WASHINGTON POST I. Mr clcg.imc ,md .nlsslic Tightness m unpcK.ilili- LOS ANGELES TIMES his fingers sequences in Paperback Hero. Paperback Hero, produced by Agincourt Productions and directed by Peter Pearson, is the story of obsolescence not only of a town and a man, but of an entire way of life. It was written by Les Rose and Barry Pearson, two Canadians, who grew up in Saskatchewan and saw life in their towns becoming redun- dant. Hockey is involved but it isn't just a hockey story. According to producer John Bassett, "it is a very Cana- dian story with an inter- national theme that of a male predator and the death of a small town." The hockey image, naturally, fit Delisle perfectly It was in 1939 that a young left winger named Doug Bentley was to come out of Delisle and make a National Hockey League debut with the Chicago Black Hawks. It was a year later his younger brother, Max, was to follow into the NHL With Bil- ly Mosienko, the Bentleys were to create the famed Pony Line in Chicago, a tremendous unit until a 1947 trade sent Max to Toronto. Doug won one scoring title, Max won a pair and Max played on three Stanley Cup winners in Toronto. The Bentleys put Delisle on the hockey map. Appropriately, the brothers have cameo roles in Paper- back Hero. Delisle warmed up the movie company in un- believable fashion. The second day, director Peter Pearson was in Delisle, the townspeople combined a bingo and a welcoming party, which gave Pearson a look at some of the faces he would need as extras in the movie. The postmaster, a garage mechanic, a credit union president and town clerk are among the extras. Two Delisle homes were re- quired for interior shooting, one home and one feedlot for outdoor shooting, as well as the cafe, the hotel and beer parlor and a department store An abandoned building was converted into a jail. A scene, which involved a lot of residents, was aboard a bus on the outskirts of town. Delisle is populated mainly by farm people, who have taken the movie in their stride, and there has never been any fears of exploitation. green acres drive-in "SSSSSSSSS" IN COLOR LAST TIMES TONITE "THE BOY WHO CRIED WEREWOLF" IN COLOR [WEDNESDAY and THURS! fast guns finish first WITH EASTMANCOLOR and SCOPE EDO BYRNES ROLAND "THE JESUS TRIP" U IN COLOR GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. BALDWIN PIANOS ORGANS The 'Sound' Investment Lessons Sales Service BERT SCHOOL OF MUSIC 2646 South Parkside Drive Phone 327-0115 Tuesday, September 25, 1973 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Two appointed STRATFORD. Ont. (CP) The appointments of Kaffi Armenian as music director and Stuart Knussen as music administrator for the Strat- ford Shakespearean Festival have been announced Mr Armenian is musical director and conductor of the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony Orchestra and an instructor at Wilfrid Laurier University. Mr' Knussen has worked with Mr Armenian on music projects at the festival and in Kitchener. STUDENTS and CHARACTER Try in PHONE 329-0955 Paperback hero a Canadian story Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00, 910 Last of Sheila 7 10, 9 20 Last Complete Show 910 Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 925 Paper Moon 7 40 9 50 Last Complete Show 9 25 Adult Entertainment COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects- 7-10, 905 Legend of Boggy Creek 7 35, 9 35 Last Complete Show 9 05 Family Entertainment GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE Boy Who Cried Wolf 8 00 SSSSSSS" 9 One Complete Show o 00 Gates Open 7 30 Adult Entertainment college cinema WEDNESDAY and THURS. Nigger Charley Is On The Loose Again. And This Time He's Got His Soul Brothers With Him! WATCH OUT! f Preacnu A Larry G, Spangler Production "The SOUL of NIGGER CHARLEY" Fred Williamson D'Urville Martin Denise Nicholas TVdfo Offer Expires In Only 4 Days SEPT. 28th YMtAHA ORGAN I SECOND nt Pictures Presents ont the black the red man. CHARLEY- BICHABD going to pay. ROOHOTBEE BIffiL MPENPGBT VIOLENCE MAY BE OBJECTIONABLE TO SOME Ends Tonite: "THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK" ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount LAST TIMES TONITE At p.m. THE LAST of SHEILA Starring (In Alphabetical Order) RICHARD BENJAMIN-DYAN CANNON -JAMES COBURN JOAN HACKETT- JAMES MASON IAN McSHANE RAQUEL WELCH ______ II .1 TheDirectors Company presents ITAUVUhAL LJT ADULT f> paramount cinfema NOW SHOWING TONITE AT p.m. paramount STARTS TOMORROW At p.m. FAMILY SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CARRY ON UP THE JUNGLE" in color. Starring Sidney James and the "Carry On Tuesday and Wednesday. Seotember 25 and 26. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE WRATH OF GOD" in color. Starring Robert Mitchum, Paula Pritchett. Tuesday, September 25. Show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DAGMAR'S HOT PANTS INC" in color. Starring Diana Kjaer, Robert Strauss and Anne Grete. Tuesday, September 25. Show at p m RE- STRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "SLAUGHTER" in color. Starring James Edward Brown Tuesday and Wednesday, September 25 and 26 Tuesday shows at and p m. RESTRICTED ADULT. One Dance is Worth a Thousand Words "PRE GRAND OPENING SPECIAL" 5 PRIVATt LESSONS GROUP LESSONS We'll Teach You To Say "I Love You" In a Beautiful Way 329-0955 Mon.-Fri. 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. lllcilUr I ll-l" dance aoaolerriLj 426 13th St. N. and now the film... Universal Pictures and Robert StlgWOOd A NORMAN JEWfSON film JESUS CHRIS! SUPERSTM: TED NEELEY CARL ANDERSON YVONNE ELLIMAN BARRY DENNEN vnvnpu hx Mclvyn Bnigg m.t Norman Jewison B.ix.-d upon inc fcxk Opom "Jesus Christ Rice Unibed way UNITED WAY GIVING CARTONS Have been delivered to homes in Lethbridge If you or your family do not have the opportunity to give at your place of employment, PLEASE contribute a dime or a nickel each day. You will be helping your fellow Lethbridge citizens by contributing CONTAINERS WILL BE PICKED UP OCTOBER 15 THRU OCTOBER 17 ;