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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY SPORTS: "National Hockey C p.m., Cli. 7: Al last count, tonight's competitors, Chicago Black Hawks and the Montreal Canadians, wew in first and fourth place, respectively. MOVIE: "Pink 9 p.m., Cb. 13: A photographer and his model end up in a perilous treasure hunt in South America. Stars James Garner ard Eva Renzi. MOVIE: "The Garden of AW ch- 1: A 1936 film about a Trappist monk who runs away to "here he meets a beautiful woman. Stars Marlcne Dietrich and Charles Boyer. LUTHERAN FESTIVAL CHORUS PRESENTS DVORAK'S STABAT MATER (IN ENGLISH) SUNDAY, APRIL 12th and p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets: Students A LEISTERS MUSIC STORE I AT THE DOOR PRIOR TO PERFOBMANCES.- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GREAT BANK technicolor. Starring Zero Moslcl and Kim Novak. Saturday, April 4. Shows at and p.m. Adult. M11.K RIVER Sunland Theatre "THOSE DARING YOUNG MEN IN .THEIR JAUNTY JALOPIES" In technicolor. Starring Tony Curlis, Jack Hawkins and Terry Thomas. Saturday, April 4. Show al p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "FINIAN'S RAINBOW" In technicolor. Starring Fred Astaire PcMa Clark and Tommy Saturday and Sunday, April 4 and 5. Saturday show at p.m. Sunday show: at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "7 GUNS FOR THE Technicolor. Starring Fernando Sancho snd Agatha i'iory. Saturday, April 4. Shows at p.m. and p.m. Family. TABER -i Tower, Theatre "TELLiTHEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE" In color. Star- ring Robert "Bedford and Katherine Ross. Saturday, April 4. Saturday shows at and p.m. Adult. Not suit- able for children. Mori Out of life Family to a Movie MOVIE: "IiuibtiOri of p.m., Cli. 13: A Lana Turner soap-opera cboat a widow vho strives lor a Broad- career and a Kegro girl who tries to pass as white. With John Gavin. MOVIE: "Waltz ol Ihc p.m., Cli. 7: An SnteUect'.'.a! general is plngiifd by a rasginR wife'. Stars Peter MirgarcfLeigbton. SUNDAY SPECIAL: '.'Mormon a.m., Cb. 1: The KOih biannual meeting in Salt Lake City ot tha Church of Jesus Christ of Lalter-Oay Saints. SPOKTS: "National Hot-key Noon, Ch. place Detroit Red Wings and -ths fifth-place New York liang't'.'s baltlo to told, or acquire, a playoff berth. '_' FARMING: "Country p.m., Cli. J: A look at the Quebec department el agriculture's efforts to increase the sale of form' produce. MOViE: "Canadian Foolliall 2 p.m., Ch. 13: la the CTV's reprise of 1969-70 games not seen in the west, the Hamilton Tigiv Cats meet the Toronto Argonauts; SPOUTS: "Stanley Cup p.m., Cli. .9: An analysis of teams competing fcr 1970 world professional hockey supremacy, plus taped highlights of regular-season games. nijBAFFAIRS: "New 4 Ch. 7: A tooif at young Canadians active in the arts Includes a higb-schoo theatre rehearsal and sorigs by young folk singers. NATUHE: "Challenging 5 p.m., Cli. 13: Cameras i view British Columbia fishermen as they sail tha thin line between a maximum catch and minimum breaking '.of the laws. SPECIAL: "Masters 5 p.m., Ch. 7: Great mo- ments in Use Masters Cell Tournaments shows Arnold .Palm- at the height of his career iu tra late 1950s and early NATURE: "The Mackenzie 7 p.m., Ch. 13: ThO World Around Us tours the mighty MacKenzie nivcrj in its Arctic ouireae'nes. VARIETY: "Glen Campbell." p.m., Cli. 13: Guests are Johnny Cash, impressionist Rich Little and singer Linda Eonsladt. DKAMA: "Forsyte Saga." 9 p.m., Cb. 1: Debut of a 2u- narfse'Ies; praised as a> TV- masterpiece by some, critics, which follows Ikv late and early 20th-century fortunes of an upper, middle-class English-family.. Stars Kennelu More and Eric Porter. '_ i; PUBAFFA1RS: "CBC 10 p.m., Cnl T: In- cluded in the schedule is a report on the increasir-g drug prcblem in Canada. DRYHA: "Marcus Wclby, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Ruth Roman guests as a healer who impedes a: boy's necessary operation for a torn cartilage. PUBAFFAIRS: p.m., Ch. 13: The art of raising chinchilla in Canada. MOVIE: Midnight, Cli. 7: A female psychi- atrist helps an amnesiac who believes hs has committed murder. Wilh Ingrid Bergman ar.d Gregory Perk. MONDAY MOVIE: "I Could.Go on Sieging." 1 A.sing- ing star attempts to renew hi- relationship with an ex- lover Stars Judy Garland ar.d Dirk Bogarde. 5IOV1E: "For Love or 1 p.m., Ch. A wealthy widow hires an attorney to steer the love affairs ot her three wayward daughters. With Kirk .Douglas. TORONTO (CP) A charge s been laid against persons ho 'took a newborn baby from Kingston hospital, so that the larenls and child can be legally irought before the courts, the Ontario legislature was tod oday. Social and Family Services inister John Yaremko said the hild has not yet been found ml the charge was laid in the hope that a question of custody an be clarified in the courts. Mr. Yaremko did not specify charge had been laid. Charge Laid Against Baby Abductors "Steps have been taken with he chief judge to clarify the ght ol a local judge to hear replications lor custody." Snow Foils FRAXKFURT (AP) Snow ell across wide areas of Wes Germany Friday, sending skier o the s'lopcs for wcvkeod ou and causing chaos on auto- hahns. In. the northern stale o Holslein, four persons were killed and 25 injured in a cidohls on icy highways. Pledges Arab Aid JERUSALEM (AP) Israel pledged Thursday to raise the tandard of living of more than Arabs lining in Israeli occupied lands. A governmen communique said the cabme lad adopted a resolution callin for Israel to do all it can t wovide work, industry and vo- cational training in the occupied territories. y, 1970 THI UTHMIDGE HttAlD 7 Meets Tuesday COALDALE (UN'S) The- Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will meet at The Iwo-day-old girl with a >lood disease doctors said could ause brain damage if there is iOt a transfusion was taken rom Kingston General Hospital by a woman and several men early Thursday. 8 p.m., April 7, in the John Davidson School. The association is purchasing land at Readymade for a trout pond. It is being requested that all Interested fishermen attend. PHILIPS COLOR TV 11 rye w JAllV J 302 13th SI. N. Don'f fighf over your INCOME TAX Becomes Judge TORONTO (CP) Patrick T. Galligan, 39, of Ottawa, was of- ficially invested as a justice of the Supreme Court Ontario Friday. His falhtv, Thomas Jo- seph Galligan, is a retired county court judge in Pem- broke, Ont., and his brother-in- law, L. A. Sherwood, is a pro- vincial court judge in Ottawa. OLDEST BRIDGE The oldest surviving bridge in the world is the slab stone sin- jlc-arch bridge over the River Steles in Smyrna, now Izmir, Turkey. ______ tl'i toiy Lcep e COMPLETE RETURNS 5 picblcm gtl you down. Jcil tcU It la BIOCK y-V.frt ttolntd lot re.i lew totf, lex retain rt wilS roMetd octwiocy. You p Mfliljngl _______________: CUAKANTEE____________ We guoronrtt cttgrale of ciccjr i "ve rale cny ceil you o-iy t( ve ray Ilie tonally or inlcfesl. _________ Cmxll'c lirsnt Tix Siryio wiA over WOO in Nortd 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 9-9 WEEKDAYS 9-5 SAT. Ph. 327-3712 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC .SUITE 8-304 5lh St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lethbridge ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. IN CA1GARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA WOTEl WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY CMC El 45 Modern and Deluxe Unili Bridal Suiio 0 Free TV and Ico Dial Phones in all unils Miriulesfrom Shopping Sfampeda Grounds Moderate Ralci Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD 1RAII Play louvictioii Thrown. Out TORONTO (CP) -An appeal gainst an obscenity conviction or the performance >lay about a farmer who falls in ovc his as upheld Friday by County Ccurt Judge Villiam I.yon. I He ordered convictions re- vcked and fines to Trio Productions Ltd., hree producers atdj artistic director James Garrard. T'ns producers, William Mar- shall, MiliB O'Reilly trid Arthur Penningion, had been fmcd each on conviction las'fJuly ar.c tha production compiny was fined ?300. i During the appeal, Mr. Pen- nington said the lisd a seri- ous artistic purpose and was not hard-core pornography Keep Mom Out of the Kitchen Sunday Brunch SERVED 11 A.M. !o 2 P.M. Choice of juice-Hot cakes. Ham, Sausages or Bacon and beverage. Junior Under 12 900 Adutfi 1.35 Join Us Every Sunday For Sunday Family Buffet Served In Dining Room or Coffee Shop 4 p.m. lo 8 p.m. FEATURING: Pnme Ribs of Alberlo Beef, Famous Cur- ried Dbhci, Jellied Salads, Relishes, and mony olher taste treats fo deligHl your palate all prepared under ihe personal direcion of Mr. Hal Hart, oyr inlcrnot.fon- ally known food manager. DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAILY LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. DAILY FEATURING: Prime Rib Smorgasbord ONIY......................... Make your reservations now for eur I "MAYFfST" A special night for tris Germans German food, Wine, Music tic. Watch tor further announcement] Mayor Magralli Drive Soulh PHONE 327-5701 AriTOI, TIIEATREJ- Computer Wore Tennis Shoes- i Short Last complete 'AHAMOUXT They Shoot Horses Don't Short Last-complete sw PARAMOUNT CINE.m Anne of a Thousand Days: Last complete COLLEGE MALT. CIKEMA Goixlbye Mr. Short Subjects- Last Complete Show IETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION CONCERT featuring Orc'hMtra and CHonii wot lo Monday, April Sin HAS BEEN POSTPONED Until Monday, May.4th p.m. YotM Memorial Centre WE REGRET ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED, BY THE POSTPONEMENT NOW SHOWING HURRY LAST 4 DAYS! "OTOOLE BEST AGTOR OF THE YEAR! -...'Chips' One Of The Year's Ten Bestl" _ .-NATia'iU. BOARD Of "PflUlA CLARK SHOULD WIN AN AWARD fOR THIS OKEI" ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BRANCH WORK SHOP in PUPPETS and MARIONETTES April 10-ll-121h! BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE For Student, Teichers and all interested in Theotre 1 Arts. Call 327-2813 for ppplicationsl COMING NEXT MOM An Jacobs Peter OToole-Petula Clark 'Goodbye, Mr. Chips MONDAY 2 SHOWS p.m. BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT Spring 1970-Public Swimming Instruction Program FRIT? SICK INDOOR POOL 1. r A. MONDAY p.m. Children's classes for Red Cross Beginner, Junior Intermediate and Senior Classes will commence Mon- Exarnfnn'lon Day-Mondoy, 29th, 1970 (13 weeks) t. THUISSAY _ _. 1. p.m. Children's classes for Red Cross Beginner, Junior, Intermediate and. Senior 2. p.m. 3. p.m. 4. p.m. I Adult Mixed Classes at all Red Crow levels dorses will commence Thursday, April 9th, 1970 Examination Day-Thursday July 2nd, 1970 (13 weeks) C. SATURDAY 1. a.m. 2. a.m. 3. p.m. Children's Classes for Red Cross Beginners only 4. p.m. 5. p.m. Children's Classes for Red Cross Beginners Juniors Classes will commence on Saturday, April 25lh, 1970 Examination Day-Salurday July 18, 1970 (13 weeks) II. REGISTRATION A Reajslrations for all of the above classes will be .taken at the Frii Sick Pool during public swimming hours commencing Friday, April 3'd, 1970.'through Monday, April 6lh, 1970 That is: Friday April 3rd to p.m.. p.m. to p'.m.. Saturday April 4th p.m. Sunday April ith p.m. p.m. Monday April p.m. B. Registration fees are as Children-Beginners and Juniors 51.75 Intermediates and Senior! W.5U Adults -All Level....................... C. Please remember that class enrolment will be limited so early registration is recommended. D. For further information on these programs contact Mr. Tom Hudson, Recreation Program Co-ordinalor at 328-2341, local 236. TONITt Thru TUES. RESTRICTED ADULT NOMINATED FOR 9 ACADEMY AWARDS HBO OVER THRU TUESDAY U 'BEST PICTURE OF THE -WalionaJ Board of fierear BEST ACTRESS JUE FOMUr -New Ycvk Film Critics THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON'T THEY? 2 SHOWS MONDAY P.M. NEXT ATTRACTION 'SECRET OF SANTA VITTORIA' IK COLOR with ANTHONY QUINN Slim Chance Right with WEIGHTt WATCHERS .corn how fo loio weight and keep it offl Meets Tuesday liOO p.m. and p.m. El Rancho Motel Moyor Magrath Dr. For Informallon Call 328-5832 NOW SHOWING at p.m. DID YOU KNOW THAT 1. "Genevieve Bujold" used to live in Toronto and performed on Canadian broadcasting Carp. TV? 2. "John another former Canadian is alto in this film? 3. Its director "Charles Jarrott" and his wife adreu "Kathryn also in the film both worked at the CBC in Toronto? JUST THREE MORE GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD WANT TO SEE THIS FILM ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS ADULT f0 MATINEES NEXT WEEK WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY AT P.M. STARTING MONDAY lit LAST TIMES TONIGHT Wah Ditney't "COMPUTER WOKE TENNIS SHOES" RESTRICTED ADULT The Star of TOM JONES the author of ATASTE OF HONEY spawn an unusud offspnng named CHARLE BL861B Rnni Bubl In Colin Blakely BillieWhitelaw UzaMlnnelli ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE "LIZA MINNELLI" In onortier grtol HIT NO. 2 'BOFORS GUN' with DAVID WARNER ;