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Page B4 Thursday, July RESIGN COALITI Iw Kitchen Accessories lw Robot Coupe L Np Gourmet Cookware (Bridal Registry) Open Daily 613 Main Street 649-6006 Design Coalition P.O. ::$O00 ECONOMY NIGHT $O00N MONDAY EVENING v I '- ic,l, 12:001:45 3:30 5:15 jv :: Gabe Kaplan Starts 715915 :1 v: Susan Clark r,,, Mon nF;i i -i :;: floberrKen FridaV 7:15 9:15 dip S I wiiiwiiiTtt "Two hours of ryi; I SR nonstopthrillsrl ; :::: J LOST ARK 730 9 45 W,.Jpn)I::l I'''' 12:00 2:30 5:00 1:; j fV- , GENE HACKMAN i--I- y CHRISTOPHER REEVE Jrjjr.; yjboummmm liiEi await 23, 1981 The Newspaper Invites you to a Cookstoreforthe... GOURMET COOK Come in and see our: Box 1180Park City, Utah wo m HEMP CI 84060(801)649-6006i " Wteggt:. V iff VV : ' -7 . ; '? :r;; v V ? r. - Blues Fest coming You know how some days you just feel like singing the blues? Well, this Saturday, there'll be a host of blues greats doing just that for you. Starting at 1 p.m. on the grass at the Parkwest Resort, you can listen and watch while B.B. King, John Lee Hooker and the Coast to Coast Blues Band, the Persuasions, Per-suasions, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, John Hammond, and Buddy Guy and Junior Wells show you what the blues are all about. B.B. King, 52, was born on a cotton plantation near a small Mississippi delta town. In 1947, he hitchhiked to Tennessee looking for the good times, and he found them two years later when he recorded his hit, "Three O'clock Blues." Since then, King and his guitar, Lucille, have been building a reputation that has yet to be equalled. From concert halls in Russia to prison shows in the U.S., King has made an impression. im-pression. Guitar Player magazine named him the top blues guitarist, while Downbeat Down-beat dubbed him the top blues artist. In 1971, his million-dollar hit single "The Thrill is Gone" won him a Grammy Award, and two years running he won Ebony Music Awards for 1 III! syoHfliome Smm ml itai irs - worth. h just fo? what it cost you..?" See me to find out if your homeowners insurance covers you for increased value due to inflation. I'll explain State Farm's low-cost Homeowners Insurance with automatic inflation coverage. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. STATE FARM FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois ItATf f ARM John Lee Hooker and his Coast to Coast Blues Band best blues album, best male instrumentalist and best male blues singer. He's the King of the hill, so don't miss the chance to see him. John Lee Hooker is 63 years old and hails from the Mississippi delta where music was an integral part of the work and recreation of sharecroppers working the fields. From that background, back-ground, it's hard to imagine the effect this great blues musician has had on the likes of Mick Jagger, Canned Heat, the Doors and ZZ Top. But, according to one music critic, those groups "would be anywhere from reduced to non-existent if not for his seminal, pre-rock pre-rock work." With his Coast to Coast Blues Band, Hooker is bound to hook the crowd Saturday with such tunes as "Gambled "Gam-bled on Your Love," Whiskey and Women," and "Put on Your Red, Red Dress." The Persuasions are the best a cappella, do-wop groups going. With no musical accompaniment, the quintet mingles its clear, crisp voices in a harmony unsurpassed. In their concert con-cert performances, they've gotten thousands clapping hands, stomping feet and Max O. Vierig 1700 Park Avenue (Mt. Air Mall) 649-9161 Monday-Friday 9-5 to Parkwest Saturda snapping fingers to their rhythm and blues tunes like "Cupid," "Return to Sender" Sen-der" and "Sincerely" and the gospel chants of "Ain't that News" and "I won't Be the Fool Anymore." The Persuasions learned how to sing in school choirs, southern gospel and soul groups and from the street corners of Brooklyn and Manhattan. They've perfected perfec-ted their art during their 15 years together and as one reviewer said, "There's nobody else around even remotely close to these guys." Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee are a real treat. -i I ti S if v til Kimball is active Carol Calder has lived in Park City just over two years. But she would have little trouble getting in the town's "Who's Who," thanks to her numerous activities. For the last two weeks, she has been working as the new development director for the Kimball Art Center. Calder, who said she took the job at director David Fernandez's request, has been given the task of raising money for the center. But this is only the most recent in a list of civic activ-ties. activ-ties. Calder served on the Board of Adjustments, is the will be pickin' away Saturday. They've been playing the blues together for 30 years, Sonny on harmonica and Brownie on guitar. They play authentic blues, from down-and-out sorrowful tunes to bawdy, upbeat songs. They are a real pleasure to listen to, and they're humor and personalities per-sonalities shine through. John Hammond is a solo guitar and harmonica blues artist. His introduction to the blues came in 1954 when he bought Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry records. Later, "I bought a John Lee Hooker album... and became totally addicted to the heavy stuff," Hammond said. 8' V J ' Carol Calder I ' ' C 3 i ' I vi W 1 I 14 fund raiser citizen first vice-president of the Park City-Summit County League of Women Voters, worked with the State League of women voters, and was an election judge during the recent bond vote. She also served on the Kimball Kim-ball Center's Art Guild and worked as, a tour guide for center exhibits. Calder said she has moved around the United States since she was born. She's been in and out of Park City since 1973, and she owned the now-defunct Sourdough Bakery in town. She received a Master's degree in Special Education " ,4 Rounding out the day will be Buddy Guy and Junior Wells. The pair learned their blues in the North, and both played for years with the King of Chicago blues, Muddy Mud-dy Waters, before taking off on their own. The Blues Festival will begin, rain cr shine, at 1 p.m. Tickets are $10 in' advance and $12 at the Parkwest site. Tickets are on sale at the Kimball Art Center, Sound Track, Ruby Records, Toad Tape, Budget Tape and The Cosmic Aeroplane. Don't miss this show, or you'll be cryin' the blues for some time to come. from the University of Utah and headed the Special Ed department at Alta High. Calder was a realto from 1977-79. Several fund-raising ac-tiv'ties ac-tiv'ties are already being planned, she said. The art center will hold a cocktail party for developers this summer, and it hopes to attract at-tract the entire city to a major fund-raiser to be held within the next two weeks, she said, with a similar event planned for this winter. win-ter. Businesses will also be able to buy packages of passes, tickets, and memberships mem-berships for employees.