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 - -Million-Record Rock Group [ To Play Dance Here...
-Million-Record Rock Group [ To Play Dance Here Monday By GLORIA DENKO Amusements Editor They call their music "hard Srock with a soft touch," and jjthcy call themselves "The ^Bubble Puppy." Their sound we can learn Jfirst-hand on Monday when Jthey play a dance in Amarillo. But their name? Their press releases don't tell the hows and whys of it. We just accept it, ! suppose?, and if curiosity gets great enough and the opportunity ever comes, we ask. The Buhble Puppy dance with backup by Euphoria of Amarillo is 8 p.m. Monday at the Tri-State Fair Sports ·FRONT SCREEN* Canyon E-woy i HIGH FURY...!! They must win World War 11 ...ordie : STEVE MCQUEEN I Edward G, ROBINSON \ ANN-MARGRET KARL MAIDEN TUESDAY V/ELD BACK SCREEN Conyon E-way HELD OVER! SECOND BIG WEEK AT ?:00 O ADULTS S1.50 e UNDER 1? FREE WITH PARENTS Hcriiic... tiie little car ulio shifts Arena. Tickets are $2 in advance at Hastings Book and Record Shop in Western Plaia Shopping Center and $2.50 at the door. Booking is by deejays Bobby Davis and Jerry Powers in conjunction with radio station KIXZ. An autograph party is scheduled from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday at Hastings. The Bubble Puppy, Houston- based and together about a 'year, made the million-record sales with "Hot Smoke and Sassafrass," and recently broke into the alburn market with "A Gathering of Promises." on the International Artists label. NOSTALGIA: World War II, gob suits and grass skirts, romance and heartache -they're all part of Roders and Harnmersteins' m u s i c a l "South Pacific," to play Wednesday through Aug. 26 at the Fox Theatre. Had you forgotten this great Broadway hit of the 1940s? Or, did you ever know it? You can expect a whole "do" at the theater in conjunction with the showing: a luau during the Saturday night screening, live music (rock, of coarse. Can't find a Hawaiian type group these days..), costumes for the staff, and plenty of hoopla. "South Pacific" an R. and H. Pulitzer Prize-winner, was a d a p t e d from James Michener's "Tales of the South Pacific." It tells the May-September romance of U.S. Navy nurse Nellie Forbush and French plan- Whale Meat Poisons Several Alaskans TANUNAK, Alaska (AP) Natives in the Bering Sea village The Bubble Puppy ... hard rock, soft touch. tation owner Emil de Beck- que and the (concurrent) story of Marine Lt. Cable and a native girl., Llat. '· Mizi Gaynor and Rossano j Erazzi star with John Kerr and France Nuyen. Juanita Hall plays Bloody Mary, the nativcgirl's mother. ART: A new exhibition goes up this weekend at the Cinema Western Plaza: this time, the works of Frances Stegall of Goodland, and Cornelia Frazier, Wanda Huddleston and Leonard Cowden, all of Amarillo. The showing, to hang through Sept. 1 7 , is coordinated by Mary Hamilton Mitchell, who describes it as expressing the ideas of two generations, and depicted in loth the representational and abstract. | Back Seat Driver Is a Trifle Catty AUSTIN. Minn. (AP) - Irvin Markl looked over his shoulder to back his car from his garage Thursday morning, and was confronted with a leopard-like animal in the back seat. Markl jumped from his car nd notified police, who r«cog 'nized the description as that of | a 22-pound, 7-month-old pet ocelot reported lost by Kichard Ebensteiner Monday. wm KIDDIE SKOW Sot. 11:30 a.m.--Fox Theatre An Ail New Adventure "SON OF ROBIN HOOD" Admilsion Jtm 15c LAFFS! PRIZES! FUN! NEW Late .Show, bleary-eyed set and old movie buffs for 19 years, will present its last flick tonight on WCBS- i TV in New York. The final I will be "The Last Hurrah." ******* * * * * * * * BOX OFFICE 1 OPENS 12:30 P.M. it! NOW

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  1. The Amarillo Globe-Times,
  2. 15 Aug 1969, Fri,
  3. Page 22

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