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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD Tom Mix in 71m Do ad wood Coach is playing at tlic Kings today till Saturday ami I'm go- ing to f-el a scat "not too far back Gee, I think Tom Mix is great and so is Tony, the won- der horse. It's going to be a photodrama at a Uirill-a-minule clip. I'm going early so I won't disappointed because there was standing room only Just night. It's a William Fox produc- tion. Borrowed Husbitmls and Pleasure Mad are playing at the Km pica s. I wa n Let! to .s ce that big double feature pro- gram at the theatre "for those who care." But Tom Mix wins. Borrowed Husbands could be too mushy. The cast includes Florence Vklor, Rockliffo Fel- lows and Earl Williams. It's a picture girl and should sec. Some women regard a husband as n pawn. Pleasure Mad looks good loo. It's Reginald Barker's sensa- tional production, The orchestra overture is at Gee, the Palace looks good too. There's the romance of a good bad girl starring Viola Dana in The Heart Bandit with Milton Sills. It's got fun, pep, romance, thrills everything one would expect in a sizzling drama of a girl raffles, Kr, maybe that's her name, Raf- fles. Showing with The Heart Ban- dJt is Sundown, vifal, hisloric, fascinating. It's a powerful drama that teems with thrills in the last stand of the Western cattle kings, and their final gigantic drive with lOO.COO steers across the border. Gee, and a two-reel comedy called Some Nurse. Maybe I slwuld forget Tom Mix and Tony and see the greatest show in town with the screen's greatest stars. I ley, wait a minute, It says rion'L miss The Whole Town's Talking at the Majestic Theatre, presented by the Play- goers' Cluh of bethbridgc. Curtain at Friday, at Saturday. It's got un- limited and uproarious hilarity. Hey, wail a minute, Ibis is April Fool's Day and I'm in the wrong year. How did I land up in 1925; I'm not even born yet. Gee, and I was already look- ing forward to Zane Grey'a Code of the West and The Thief of Bagdad and Betty Compson in Ma mi and Marie Provost and Monte Bine in The Marriage Circle and (he Bran- don Opera Company with 50 singing voices and Robin Hood and Hoot Gibson in The Ridin' Kiel from Powder River. Guess I won't get to sec Hall Caine's greatest novel, a Para- mount Arlcraft Special, The Woman Thou Gavest Me, puls- ing with emotion, vivid with ac- tion, filial with sensational scenes social orchestra music that pleases ah. heck, and T so wanted to see May Robson in th e new co medy Tish. Teh. tch, Ich, guess I'll have to settle for Clint Eastwood and j Dirty Harry or the French Con- nection. But it's going to be dull, terribly, terribly dull. Jordan re-elected FOIIT MACLEOD (Special) The South Alberta Presby- tery ha.s re-elected Rev. Ken Jordan of Pincher Creek chair- man for a second term. Other officers: llev. Graham Dickie, Milk River, secretary; Bill Lokicr, Scandia, treasurer; Don Bladwin, Coaldnle, statisti- cal secretary. Division chairmen arc Mrs, Betty Meyers Coaldale, com- munications; Bill Scan- dia, finance; Ralph Tennanl, Lethbridge, in charge of stew- ardship; Ken Morris Ta- bor, in charge of home mis- sions; Mrs. Ellen Sommerville, Medic-ine Hat, church and so- ciety; Rev. Brian Brown, Med- icine Hat, congregational life and work; Rev. Bob Blairrnorc, ministry and per- sonnel; Rev. Marjorie Ashton, Redcliff, in charge of colleges and s t u d e n i- s; Rev, Wes Hutton and Rev. Ken Morris, in charge of pas toral rela t ions and settlement committee rpsenta lives. There are also 10 members al. large to complete the execu- tive. Salurcfoy, Aprft J, 1972 THE LETH6R1DG1 HERALD 3 Child W> District News KM1 M r P ni.idc to liave compel it ion be- jiiglit al the scliool division of- fice. A board of directors will be elected. Ijoeal committee chsirman Roy How gave an in- terim report on a program to set up a local development company here. He .said inform Uveon the "northerners and; tion is expected the indns- southcrners of the OK pay hike CLARKSHOLM cil of the Willow Creek MD has allowed its employees a raise in pay of about five per cent. Council reduced the car al- lowance from 15 cents to 13 cents per mile for employees. Councillors left their own car allowance al the 15 cent mark- Council accepted the tendered bid of from a local firm to supply two gravel trucks and a half-ton truck. The MD council has agreed to share part of the taxes which could be realized from any fn- ture industry which the Town of Clarcsholm may succeed in getting established at the Clareshohn Industrial Airport, Discuss rates FORT MACLEOD (Special Vj the town's annual meeting Ihere was discussion concern- ing the water rates. There were no complaints. Terry expressed grat- itude to the mayor and coun- cillors for the co-operation and consideration they give resi- in his area. He also asked if there was any possibility of the school library being utilized by the general public, Councillor Philip Hodnett said the recreation board is consulting with the school hoard on the and other joint use of both town and school facilities, trial develnpmont briinch, de- pa rlmerU of industry and com- merce, preparatory (o calling a pro-organization meeting. Membership committee chair- man William .1. Orfino says the membership now stands at 63 ivith dues paid to The chamber's special com- mil tee headed by Gordon .S. Saunders will investigate the possibility of obtaining a rental billboard sign for the T a h e r Community Centre. Responding fo a questionnaire from the Canadian Chamber, the Taber chamber council re- jected proposals the name Do- minion Day and the July 1 dats of observance he altered. Reports on a chamber float and the rodeo parade indicate both will be in readiness for (he May 22 parade, Kridal shower held