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April 6, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 39

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4-G—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Sunday Morning, April 6, 1975 Mummers Deadline Near The deadline is Thursday for applications f,o be received by ; the Act IV Club, of Lubbock Theatre Centre as it seeks a director * for its 1975 Summer Mummers. \ The Mummers, a new venture for LTC, will present an olds tirne melodrama and olio at the Hilton Inn during July and ; August. There will be 12 performances, beginning July 4 and •ending Aug. 8. t The Act IV Club also is seeking original scripts for the I melodrama, with deadline for submission also Thursday. ; Submissions should be made to The Act IV Club, Lubbock ,Theatre Centre, 2508 Ave. P, Lubbock, Texas 79405. ; The Summer Mummers will be presented with dinner op- 'tional. [ ART BRIEFS ] Competition On Tap Brochures and entry blanks ,for the 20th annual Texas Fine _Arts Association Citation Ex- 'Inbition for Region 20 are now {available at Municipal Garden ,& Arts Center, 4215 University Ave. All artists in the area arc invited to submit paintings, drawings, graphics, fine art crafts, and sculpture on May 5. Each participant may enter four original works, and all must be for sale and eligible •for circuit. ' Awards will be regional citations with the privilege of exhibiting in the State Citation Show in Austin July 25-Aug. 17, prizes totaling $1,215, and selection for the TFAA Begion 20 and City Circuits. Membership in Texas Fine Arts Association is required; annual dues may be paid at the center. Juror will be Otis Lumpkin, associate professor , of art at Angelo Slate University. Lubbock Art Association is' ro-sponsoring the exhibition. In charge are La Wanda Murfec, Region 20 director; Virginia Jones, president of the LAA chapter of TFAA; Betty Bennett, LAA exhibits vice president, and Sybil Dickey, chairman of awards. Events Planned Lubbock Art Association's April actis'itics at Municipal Garden & Arts Center will include the Texas Fine Arts Association Exhibition D and a program on collecting. Tiic circuit show, scheduled April 10-iMay 1, will present 17 works by Texas artists, including La Wanda Murfee of Lubbock. F.N. McDonald of Lubbock will discuss "Collecting For Pleasure" and will show examples from his private collection at 3 p.m. April 13. The events are open to the public without charge. Foyer Art Picked Painting and sculpture dis- pkivs are featured in the foyer at Municipal Garden & Arts ('enter, 4215 University Ave., under auspices of Lubbock Art Association. The building will be open 1-5 p.m. today. "Afternoon in Town," a p;islel portrait by Ben Konis of Amarillo, is exhibited as "painting - of - the - month." It is on loan, courtesy of artists Kay Milan:, Louise Ucering, and Conny Martin. Several metal sculptures by John W. Queen, associate professor of art at Texas Tech University, are on display in the showcase. The exhibit presents a cast aluminun pot and elongated welded iron figures of hunters, fishermen, cowboys, and a horse. Queen teaches sculpture and three - dimensional courses at Tech. He is represented by the Baker Gallery of Fine Art. Prints Exhibited Prints by Lynwood Kreneck, associate professor of art at Texas Tech University, are on display in two national exhibitions and a national invitational show. "Space Probe - Golden Era" was accepted for showing in the 24th National Exhibition sponsored by the Library of Congress and the National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. The exhibition will circulate for a year among galleries in the U.S. and abroad through the Library of Congress office. The same Kreneck print also was selected to be part of a national print and drawing exhibition sponsored by the 2nd Street Gallery in Charlottesville, Va. Kreneck was one of two Texas artists invited to participate in the New American Graphics invitational sponsored by the University of Wisconsin at Madison. It was established under a grant from the state fine arts commission and features 78 artists from across the nation. Indian Art Shown AUSTIN (Special) - Exquisitely detailed, centuries- old miniature paintings from India, depicting subjects as diverse as a tiger hunt, a harem bathing scene and a king with his royal retinue, are among items in a new exhibit at the Michener Gallery of the University of Texas. "Indian Art from the George P. Bickford Collection" will remain, on view through April 27. Bickford is a Cleveland, Ohio, attorney. The exhibit includes 90 paintings, 40 small metal and stone sculptures from India and Southeast Asia, and one ink drawing. FRANK IF, TOURS SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Frank Sinatra will begin a sinking tour of the United States and Canada here April LM at the Civic Auditorium, (he third sucli tour since he returned to in-person pcr- 1'onning in 1974. Paintings, Dobbies, Daredevils Due Pottery Displayed EXHIBIT TO OPEN — Paintings by Constance Upshaw, left, and pottery by Donnie Kelsey, will go on display today in an exhibition at the Lubbock Young Women's Christian Association, 310135th St. (Staff Photo) Writers Workshop Set Teri Kovak of Davis, Calif., will teach a creative writing, workshop July 29-31, sponsored by the South Plains Writers Association. The workshop is open to anyone interested in writing for publication. It will take place in the Flame Room of the First National - Pioneer Building. Fee for the three- day course is $30. Duplicate classes will allow working authors to attend, with the same material to be presented at 9-11:30 a.m. and 7-9:30 p.m. classes. In the South Plains Writers workshop, Miss Kovak will emphasize popular fiction. She will discuss basics of good writing on the first day, while the second day will be devoted to writing and marketing fiction. The workshop will conclude with sessions on writing and marketing nonfiction. Miss Kovak will be available for private conferences in the afternoons. Manuscripts to be discussed in conferences must be sent to Miss Kovak at least one month in advance of the workshop. Private 'conference appointments may be arranged by calling Arline Harris, 7637575, or Nancy Cooley, 7474953. Preregistrations for the workshop will be taken by Arline Harris, Box 10114, Lubbock, Texas 79408. Miss Kovak teaches commercial fiction techniques at the University of California Extension in Davis. She also is a fiction instructor at Writer's Digest School. Her recent stories have included "Peanut Butter Mornings" in the April issue of Redbook, "Love and Learn" in the February Good Housekeeping, and "How Do I Love Thee?" in a recent issue of Lutheran Women. She has published stories in Good Housekeeping and Red- book under the name of Teri Shapiro. She also has had her stories published in The University Review, Northwest Review, Prairie Schooner, The Christian Home, and California Quarterly. TERIKOVAK A display of paintings and pottery by Constance Upshaw and Donnie K*'sey, both of Lubbock, opens today at the Lubbock Young Women's Christian Association, 3101 35th St. The public is invited to attend a reception beginning at 1:30 p.m. The exhibit will remain at the YWCA through April 30, open to the public between the hours of 9 a,m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. There will be no admission charge. Mrs. Upshaw will exhibit about 30 paintings, most of which will be for sale, in watercolor, oil and acrylic. Many of the paintings are florals. The artist, a Trinity University graduate, has exhibited and received awards and circuit recognition. in events sponsored by Lubbock Art Association, of which she is a charter member, Texas Fine Arts Association, and West Texas Watercolor Association. Mrs. Kelsey, director of volunteer services for Lub; bock State School, will display an assortment of traditional and functional pottery, including casserole dishes, spice jars, wind bells, samovars, and patio pots. The artist holds degrees from Texas Tech University and has studied stone sculpture, glaze and clay making, and handbuilding pottery under Frank Kriwanek, Paul Volckening, and the late Ira Correll. Two contemporary pop bands of national renown will be in Lubbock this month. The Dooble Brothers will appear here April 24 in Lubbock Municipal Coliseum at 8 p.m. Singer Henry Gross will open the show. • Tickets are priced at f6 in advance, $6.50 at the door. They are available in advance at both locations of John's Jeans and Flip- Side Records and Tapes, and at Al's Music Machine. The country-rock group known as the Ozark Mountain Daredevils has been booked for a concert April 20 at Lubbock Municipal Auditorium, beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets will be available in advance at B&B Music Center, Discount Records, and both locations of John's Jeans. Yodeling Champ To Be Selected At Kerrville KERRVILLE (Special)-A national yodeling champion will be selected during the Kerrville Folk Festival May 22-25. Judging the contest will be Canadian yodeler Wilf Carter, known in the U.S. as Montana. Slim; Mike Seeger, and Kenneth Threadgill. The contest, subtitled "The Great American Yodel-Off," will begin at 6 p.m. May 23, just before the evening concert on which both Threadgill and Montana Slim will appear. Contestants in the "yodel- off" will be 20 finalists chosen from taped entries which have been pre-screened. Contest rules say that "whoop-de- doos, hog callers and other counterfeits will be automatically disqualified." The winner will receive $100 silver dollars. The 1975 festival also will include the Texas Hot Air Balloon Races, a festival crafts village, New Folk con- 'certs, and the annual folk mass. Information is available by writing Folk Fest, Box 5309, Austin, Texas 78763. The telephone is (512) 454-3681. Chinese To Tour PEKING (UP!)- The Performing Arts Troupe of the People's Republic of China, consisting of more than 60 singers, dancers and musicians, will make its first tour of the United States beginning April 3 in Los Angeles. The company also will appear in St. Paul, Chicago, New York and Washington. IORIENT is DAYS '1,163 30 Gutierrez Show To Open Paintings by the popular San Antonio watercolorist Raul Gutierrez will go on exhibit Thursday at Hall's Gallery, 4012 34th St. Gutierrez, a former newspaper cartoonist, paints finely detailed scenes of the Southwest. Eleven years ago lie sold his paintings for 510 in San Antonio's annual starving artists show. Today his work is eagerly sought by gallery managers and collectors. Thursday's preview exhibition will take place between the hours of 8 and 10 p.m., with the artist in attendance. The show will remain on view at Hall's 34(h Street Gallery until 1 p.m. Saturday. It then will be moved to Hall's South Plains Mall location for viewing April 14-19. In an article in the November, 1974, issue of Southwest Art magazine, Gutierrez explained why he works in watercolor: an artist can do things in that medium he can't do in oil. He gave as examples the ability to work in detail and depth at the same time and to work with two or three coats at the same time, and the capability of creating hairline detail. Every blade of grass in a Gutierrez painting is realistically rendered. Colors are muted, except for an occasional flash of red on a passing cardinal, for example. "Some artists kill themselves (artistically) by trying to work too fast to make a lot of money," Gutierrez was quoted in the Southwest Art story, "and they lose the quality of their work. "This year I can't keep up with my sales, and some buyers are waiting two and a half to three months for paintings, because I want the painting to be done as well as I can do it." Gutierrez lives on a ranch north of San Antonio, sharing the environment with wildlife and his studio with books on wildlife and waterfowl. His paintings are done on hot pressed, 100 percent ragboard in watercolors and acrylics. Gutierrez is married and has three daughters. New Books For Lubbock Below is a list of selected new titles on the shelves of Lubbock City-County Library, 1306 9th St. NO CHEERING IN THE PRESS BOX - Jerome Holtzman A DICTIONARY OF USEFUL AND EVERYDAY PLANTS AND THEIR COMMON NAMES - F.N. Howes HANDBOOK OF VITAMINS AND'HORMONES - Roman J. Kutsky WHISTLE IN THE GRAVEYARD: FOLKTALES TO CHILL YOUR RONES - Maria Leach POKER STRATEGY AND WINNING PLAY - A.D. Livingston LIBRARY HOURS MAHON LIBRARY (1306 9th St.) — 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday GODEKE BRANCH (2001 19th St.)" - noon-9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, noon-6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday ON EXHIBIT AT LIBRARIES MAHON LIBRARY — Hand tools from Lubbock County Historical Collection, and "How Writers Create." GODEKE BRANCH — Two- and three-dimensional work in clay and fabric by South Plains Designer Craftsmen Group Bookmobile Schedule Below is the schedule of the Lubbock City-County Library Bookmobile for the week of April 7-11. MONDAY — Redbud Shopping Center TUESDAY-Shallowater WEDNESDAY- Mackenzie Village Shopping Center THURSDAY -Wolfforth FRIDAY — Briercroft Shopping Center JAPAN TAIPEI HONGKONG SEOUL KOREA ' Wr >' Coast) Air Fare Deluxe Hotels transfers Sightseeing 2 Me*]* per day ORIENT ......... 21. DAYS. ...??«.. .'1,426°° Japs n-Taipci-Hongkong-Singa pore- P*tls}'a-Bingkok'Seotl Korra HAWAII .............. .7 DAYS .............. $429 From San Antonio/Austin/D»H»vTt. Worth Dates Junel9 JulyS Aug.6 D«c«rater27 $472 Includes: Air Fire-Deluxe Hotel Shcmoti Wiikiki Beach-Transferi Sightseeing- All taxes and porterage MEX1COCITY.. ...... 6 DAYS .......... $152 Saturday departures San Aiitonio 5152 Houston $165 Air Fire-Holds transfers-sightseeing Dallls/Kt. Worlh Jia9 GUATEMALA 5DAYS ,.$204 Urom New Orkansl Houston $2oS DalUs/Kt.Wnrlh S'29 Df pirture L>»(es Wed/ifsday-Suntfay Air r'are-Holds-transfers sightseeing San Antonio S'J99 JAMAICA 7 DAYS, .$289 Best Sellers By The AP-Publishers' Weekly FICTION CENTENNIAL-Michener THE SEVEN-PER-CENT SOLUTION - Watson (edited by Meyer) LADY-Tryon BLACK SUNDAY — Harris SOMETHING HAPPENED - Heller NONFICTION THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE — Berlitz with Valentine HELTER SKELTER — Bugliosi with Gentry HERE AT THE NEW YORKER — Gill THE PALACE GUARD - Rather and Gates ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL- Herriot Wtrfneiriay dep*ruirpsbeftinninjf April 15 H-iuston $2fi9 Uallis/F'l.WorVh J30Q San Antonio J325 Air Fa re'Heritage Hpich lloUl-lrinsfers-sighUeeinj? 'Before April 15 upon request) TRAIN ACROSS CANADA...13 DAYS....$765 IV ancouver) Saturday departures May through September Vancouver* Jasper-Lake Louise- Baniff-Calpary-Edmonlon-Toronto Hotels Train accommodaLioni-transCfrs-sighlseeing- some meaU ALASKA AIR CRUISE..11 DAYS... T .x»°£$795 Static) Dates: May 20, 29: JuneS. 13.21.29: July 7. 15. 23.31 Aususl 8. IS. 24 September 9. 17 M/S I'rinicdam Cabin minnnum rate-Air Fare Ssallle/AnchorjgC'Sighlseeirvg Mejlj while on cruise. CHARTER EUROPE...18 DAYS , (rom »$375 This is not an offer or i solicit a I ion. The soficiUlion is mide only through the prospective ctir.uining lull terms and condition's. Dales: June 9 DaL.JvFt.Worlh/RrusaeIs/London/DRW IS rii>s $375 .lunc 12 llouston/Paris/l.onrton/Houslon l.'i Hays $395 June 120 Pallas/Hrussels/London/nFW Cl rtavj J3S9 July " Dallas/Brusseli/London/DKW IS day* ^399 COPPER CANYON....7 DAYS $142°° Train (orm Texas border, hotels, signtscein);. 703 S. Castel! Avenue mm __ J.^- mm 4~+ l^*jf TOUi S New Braunfets— 512-425-8044 San Antonio—512-658-4381 Free in All Texas Cities l\HK\AIIO\'Al Toll 1-800-292-5230 Write or Call (or 1975 Holiday Programs CLIP AND MAIL TO TEXTOURS Request 1975 World of Travel I NAME ADDRESS. PHONE 'Bunch' To Take Canoe Trip A film taken on a trip down \vhitewateropporlunities. The program begins at 12:15 p.m. Lunches may be brought to the library; coffee is furnished free of charge. New Novel Out NEW YORK (UPI) Arlene DeMarco, youngest of the famed DeMarco sisters, has a new novel out, Make- Believe Children (Signet original $1.75). a river in Mexico in a rubber raft will be in store for Library Lunch Bunch participants Tuesday. Marvin McLarty, Lubbock businessman and former city council member, will show the film, which he took on a Whitewater trip in Mexico last year. Such trips are a hobby of McLarty, who has explored almost every major river in the United States that offers .. RAUL GUTIERREZ PROMISE OF JOY Allen Drury MINUS MAN Richard Maxwell JAWS Peter BonchUy FEAR OF FlYING Erick Jong BEST OF LIFE — LUBBOCK'S BEST SELLER HARDBACKS^ -^__^ TOTAL WOMAN Morobel Morgan MONEY CHANGERS Arthur Hoil«y THE PIRATE Harold Robbim HELTER SKELTER Vincent Bugliosi with Curt Gentry PALACE GUARD Dan Rather and Gary Paul Gates BERMUDA TRIANGLE Charges Berlitz and J. Manion Valentin* PLEASURE BOND William H. Masters & Virginia E, Johnson BLACK SUNDAY Thomoi Harris LIST PAPERBACKS FAN CLUB Irving Wallace OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT Sideny Sheldon YOU AND ME BABE Chuck Barn's WATERSHIP DOWN Richard Adams ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward WORKING Studs Terkel WILL ROGERS: MAN AND HIS TIMES- Ri chord M. Kelchum $tlM South Plains Mall 797-3229 10 AM- 9PM 4-4 From EUROPE 375 Low Cost Charters Round-trip airfare from Dallas/Ft. Worth. NEW YORK 158 77 Plus Tax Round-trip airfare from Lubbock subject to completion by Envoye Travel of Groups of 15 people (Tax Dots Not Apply For Intirnationol C«m«rtiom Within 6 Hours) ENVOYE TRAVEL 765-8531 1500 Broadway Lubbe<k Your American Express Reprtjontollve itl horseback riding nature hikes troul fishing western gunfights sailboating chipmunk feeding horseshows bus tours antique hunting melodramas aerial tramway picnics water skiing photography night clubs pack trips art galleries two golf courses chuckwagon suppers supper theater camping miniature golf auto tape tours fine Indian art swimming cook outs churches kiddie amusements tnrest lours tennis bird watching Rooftop Rodeo rock collecting mountain climbing go-karts museums square dancing sittin' &rockin' art 4craft lessons fine restaurants Ranger-guided walks movie theaters drivin 1 around unique gitt shops etcetera, etcetera... Surrounded by the 405 square miles of Rocky Mountain National Park. Plan to spend more timo in Estes Park and have more FUN! Send (or your FREE 80 page copy of the Estes Park Vacation 4 Fun Directory. II you'haven't seen Estes Park, you haven't seen Colorado! . . . Vacation Xstes Park— IN COLORFUL COLORADO % Estes Park Area Chamber of Commerce, Suite 185, Estes Park, Colorado 80517 We are looking for variety and fun in our vacation. Please send us your FREE 80 page Vacation and Fun Directory. Name I I I _ Address City Stale. 2P. I I I I I

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