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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta AjHll Movie detective improperly Hred YORK (API Kddip Kjian. the doliMive exploits were in Ihc movie The F i e ,j c Connection. miprupcrly dis- missed frnni [lie dly pnlUv force, a stale Supreme Court judge has ruled. The decision yealerdav by George Slarkc- rm'.ans llic 42-year-old Kgan is eligible for an animal retirement pen- sion of Sti.tiW F.gnn had filed for ivlimiu'nl but instead was from Old Monlami level led ANACONDA, Mont. Fire levelled four buildings in Anaconda's cciUriil lui.sini'ss district Thursday, one of as old ;is the SUIc of Montana. Firemen from four depart- ments were summoned to ;iitl Uie cffoi't as flames ronrccl through Hie Ik'iin Iliir and Ihc Veterans nf Foreign tt'.irs club- liouse before to an- other bar, ;in appliance sloro and a photo U 11 o c c u jj i c (I apartments above the bars were yullcil. K'o injuries reported and damage estimates were still being compiled. Authori- ties said cause of (lie blaze vas not known immediately. One cC tlic dtslroyed build- ings was constructed in 1K3D. Hie force without a pension on 1 depai tnieiiUil e h a r g e ,s Dial j nuiinly involved violations of j (iicjc'ccJuiTS fur reporting and storing properly seized in nr- U'SK Slarkc declined: "This court is satisfied that dismissal was a (punishment MJ disproportionate I to the offence as to he -shocking In one's sense of fairness." LONDON (C'P) A haunting hiippipc melody may hit Ihe tow nt the British pop charts. After a week on the market, Hie record jumped into third Featuring the pipe and drum band of the lloyal Scots Ura- gonn (iuaids, the tune is an in- strumental version of the hit smie. Amazinp Grace written by American folk-singer Judy Col- lins. The single has been selected from the band's album made up mainly of regimental music. Piper Jimmy Pryde, 42, who is featured iti a pipe solo on the fast-selling single said he is looking forward to piping (he tune on TV pop programs. "It's a nice wee tune and tlic bagpipes bring it out very Jimmy says. Juan Walerficld NTERTAINMKNT LYE I been lumbered! By a w hilc ele- phant that should have its foot iled squarely on the neck T CMC's head of drama, Fleleh- r Markle. Comparisons nrc odious, but Yhilooaks ol Jalna is soggy aga indeed hen likened to Jic Forsytes. Denmark (AIM The Danish army says It has ordered 50 extra-large SIZL bearskin hats for one of il royal units, and ifl.OOU out-size caps for other soldiers, to ac commodate an increasing imin her of recruits. MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) present "MINT JULEPS" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR IADIF.S p.m. to a.m. FULIY LICENCED University of Lethbridge ART DEPARTMENT EAST CAMPUS 5th ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE and STUDENT ART SALE April 9th lo p.m. Exhibits of Photography and Prints. REFRESHMENTS EVERYONE WELCOME to be hated and survived to lie pitied, and the multitude ol aunts iiud uncles, aU very hu- man and living in a rc-erealcd reality. Perhaps, with the latest fi- gures on coats placed at tho mark, a follow-up lo the glossy hrochuro issued at I the. beginning of this disastci I land that must have cost Ubat the Bnlish export has could bo published, a formidable author (Jolui an outstanding cast even in the most minute roles, a natural projjres s i o n vluch allowed viewer involve menl, character and identificalion and superb attention lo rielail, costume and sets. So Hie Saga was in black and while. So Jalna is in 1C mm. color. So what! Producer-director John Trent lip flops Ins pathetic troupe of 3G major players through an iu- ,ennimible series of flashbacks (a technique that was hoary -11) years ago) then compounds the "clony with flashbacks will) i n flashbacks. To say thai, the pace of Jalna pedestrian is to be generous the series has prugiessed lo a full slop. Katn Jlcid is appalling and the thought that Gran Adeline survives to 102, and possibly through a second 13-u uck se- ries is mind-boggling. Paul Harding, an actor who has seen belter days and bel- ter plays, is maintaining a stiff upper h'p probably masks a grimace of sheer boredom. The younger generation is lumpish, and Trent mist dis- like women in that he makes wife dead in a traffic accident) and the hunt for the psycho killer as Iranmalized. relaxed warmly into her role as co-host I'ut on (lie spot by her part- The occasional expletive, in-! net1, Morley McCJill, on her at- jetted into an inept script of- litude to the American presence fers, according to taste, a in Viet Nam, she chose nut lo cluicklo or a and the cop out. sexploitation is tritely incidi-n- Such honesty is refreshing i among broadcasters too his often, ure self-opin- ionated and remarkably bland, Got your Made-to-Order Savings yet? Take advantage of our volume discount prices on a v.ide rangfi of Quality lubricanls including world famous URSA Motor Oils. HAVOLINE and all-purpose MARFAK. Whateveryou have Ihe right grade-andthe savings tailored to Ihe size c( your order. Now is Ihe lime! [TEXACO] Farm Lubricants JIM SWARTZ TEXACO PRODUCTS BOX 590, VAUXHAU Phono 654-2555 M. BALOG SONS PETROIEUM PRODUCTS ITD. Box 328 DlAlRMORt riionn 562-2H4 LAYERS BULK FUELS LTD. 1915 2nd Avenue South LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-2762 Perhaps a complete family album, mercifully scriptless, to be silently scrutinized of a Sim. clay evening? After all, the taxpayer i.s en- til ted to something for Fletch- er's folly. The real tragedy of the mess is that (he CflC has oflcjj produced excellent driuna (Pale Horse. Pale Rider, Diary of a Scoundrel) but the fantastic ex- travagance of l-his venture may inhibit for years to come much that would be worthwhile, much that is necessary for the prmvlh of television in this country. ON A HAPPIER NOTK: Tho final show of a very successful reason nt Theatre Calgary, Shaw's Anns and the Alan opened Ibis week. Tn the cast are two refugees from Jalna, Blair Brown (Pheasant Vaughn) and James Hurdle Tho Inltci1. a pole! medal pnuliiatc of HADA. is the most sympath- etic character in the family AVIiilcoak. tal. Brutally beaten by a j quarry, our hero shows but a token scratch. Tlic fcillrr, his face mashed by a hired thug. appears a few frames later with a single strip of plaster abridge his nose. What Dirly Harry offers is Loo much blood and too few of the bruises of a society that could spawn Callahan and the j killer. Still, it's a lop grosser so what's a theatre manager to do CUIX'UNK: And a welcome new addition lo the A.M. talk show in the person of Mariljn Anderson. At first a lit lie diffi- dent, a trifle prone (o consider her replies, Mrs. Anderson has them all painfully plain and un- attractive, The Whilcoaks of all genera- tions are an unpleasant lot, uji- real and unwanted. You may well sigh for the Saga wilb its warm old Jolyon, dishy fleur, Soames who came ]M1SH M'A'S-II: the r r c n c li Connection pounded shook waves at its audience, the. ripples of Dirty Harry hardly <1 i s t u r b the hand-lo- inoulli rhythm of Ihc pop corn consumer. Clint Kaslwood is a card- board cop in a San Francisco as freshly laundered as Ids white shirt, Super- cool, his Harry Calla- ban seems not so much pos- sessed by his secret sorrow (a VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE, ALBERTA Presents for your enjoyment TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT! "The 4 JAK'S" to p.m. Wc'ro newly renovated and fully licensed! Indecent act judgement reserved EDMONTON (CP1 Judg- ment was reserved Thursday in Hie trial of Blue Danube Restaurant Ltd. on a charge o( presenting an immoral perfor- mance. Judgment will be fliven May 3. A warrant issued for the arrest of Diane P. Gard- MONDAY NldllT: The eur- tciui goes up on the 4-Jth an- nual presentation of the Acad- emy Everybody watches tlic Os- cars, not because it is particu- larly cntcTlainiiir; allhovigh some of Ihe outfits worn by j women siai'-s ;iro but be- cause U is simply irresistible. the last avuml has been given the last dreary thank you and you and you spoken, it may have heen one very unspicy meal ball, but for every kid, nou grown lo adulthood, who ever raced '.o a Saturday matinee, there's still magic in Oscar Night. This year Ihe emcees be Helen Hayes, Sammy Davis, Jr., Alan King and Jack Lom- mon, replacing tlic perennial Hob Hope. Which is all right with me, j since Hope plummeted in my estimation w-ith his crudity j when the death of Martin Lu- ther King delayed the awards telecast. My choice? purely senti- mental but here goes Film: The French Connection; Aclrrss: Jane Fonda Actor: Gene llackman (French Supporting Aclor- Aclrrss: BOH Johnson ami Clor- is Leachman (Last Picture Director: Peler Bogda- novich (Last Picture Song: Theme from Shaft Clsac 1972 THE LElhBIIDGE HtRALD 9 Airlii'l lo remote base T11VI.K. Ciccnland (Ct'l Canadian Forces from Kdmonlon ami 'I'lvnton. Out.. come to this isolated IXin- 1 base lor a airlifl I to supply flic mine isolated base In I Alerl, X Plaiu's fiom Squadron of Trenton and -liVi Sijuadron ol I'klinonton will I'airy SQO.Oon 1 gallons ot fuel oil lo Ihe Alert 'base, n Cauailiun !-'oiccs an- nouncement saul. '1'lie operation itn'olve.s 112 men and is ex- pected to lie completed April 10. Alerl, which is ;ilunil sou j miles from the Noilh 1'ole, Ls ncjl open for PCa-boriK' ACTO1! Don- levey, the actor of Hie ICliin-i, died of c'iincer at (he Mutinn riclurc Hospital in llollvwnod. llr liD. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Present! The LOUNGE SONGS BY "ALTON JACKS" tVERY NIGHTI THIS WEEK CABARET THURS.-FRI.-SAV. THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE I I I Passport Photos Candid Pictuw Framing-'-- Mww A. E. CROSS STUDIO 710 3rd Aw. S. Then 31MO22 ncr, 20, o[ Vancouver after site failed lo appear for trial on a charge of taking part in an indecent perfor- mance al (lie restaurant. Staff Sergeant Robert Ftoh- erlson of Edmonton police mor- ality squad testified he and a policewoman visited the res-: lion i. Soiithm i n s t o r Clmirh; So I'm al! wcl. Go pop your own corn and I'll see yon at (he Oscars Monday al on Seven. CALKNDAIl: Sunday (after- noon, Messiah (Easter por- The German Canadian Club leotures CONTINENTAL DANCE NIGHT wilh Piclro Fiorino and Iho Rylhmaircs Bringing back memories of Europo SAT., APRIt 8 8.30 p.m. MEMBERS AND GUESTS V Frb. :U and walchcri dancer perform "simulated sex acts with a teddy bear, accom- panied by a three-piece band." He said (he dancer askert patrons lo remove her bra and pnnlies, leaving only a. G- sUirig- LL-Gov. Judpe files papers in JMonLaiia CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE QUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENING "ANYTHING GOES" r Members and Invited Guesh! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theafre "STAII In color. Starring Julir: Andrews. KrJd.iy and Sulurdny, April 7 nniT H. Friday sliows nt and p.m. Malinrc Saturday at 2 p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre ON fn roUir, Blurring .Tnrnrs. .limn Sims nml Hint Tarry On flang', allfl April 7 rtlld fi. FrMny show al p.m. Atttilt. TABER Tower Theatre Wnlt Disney's "Till: HAIIKT GOT KXKt LTIVIC Tri Tcclniirolor. Kurt llnsseii nnri Jor FI'.MIII. Kritlay anil Saturday Maliner April 7 nntl 8. Friihiy al and p.m. Mnlinrr Snlunlay al p.m. Family, PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SKIN In Slrrrpiifi .In DIP1. (InrnT, I.nn Pirsnn Clark, anil Snlurday, April and S. l-'iiilnv a( nnr) flrfX) p.m. Arinfl, Sprrinl Snfili'fliT Aflfninnn Matinrp at zmo p.m. "Tin-; Tn mlor. SlnrrinR Jerry and Inn Ilalin, PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Wall Disney's "MILLION DOLLAR DUCK" In Tcclmicnlor. Slarrinp Sandy Duncan and Drnn Jones, l-'ridny, Snlunlay and Sunday, April 7. 8 and 9. Friday shou-'nl p.m. Family, HELENA, Mont. (AP) Lt. Gov. Tliomas Judge ycslcrtlay becamo the lliinl Democrat lo file Jur the nomination ns gov- ernor and the first of live liled canrtidalcs for Ihc stale's high- est office lo submit n financial statement. He paid his filing fco al the office of Secretary of Slate Frank Murray. Judge listed assets totaling His ncL worth was shown as The 37 year old cautliclalc joins Dick Dzivi of GrcaL Fulls and David Burnham of Missou- la in tlic Deniocralic race. Sunday Hal- let Company: Tluirsday. j day, Saturday, Ttie Order is i Love. TV WKKK: Saturday fi. 13, a.m. Vou nre Tbore Cli. 13, 0 p.m. Stan- Icy Cup playoff: Sunday t'h 1.1, n p.m. Don't Ilaiso Hi? Bridge i Jerry 7. S p.m.. A c a rl t; in y Avvonls: Tuesday Cli, n, ll.'.'iO a.m. Pierre Rcrton ria Cli. IS. p.m. From Yellowstone (George C. Scott 1; Wednesday Cli. 13. p.m., Inlcrludc (Osfcar Cll. 5. Marty Feklman Conieily Thursday Cli. 7. p.m. Journey In the eatre of The Eartli; Fridnv Cli. 7, (1 p.m.. I Regret Nollt ing (Krtilli RANCHO CABARET Thursday Cabctrel EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! P.U'T SICNTD KUALA LUMPUR (API In- donesia and Malaysia signed a semrity agreement Thursday and established a permanent cornmitlee in fight Communi-sl guerrillas along tlK'ir common border in Borneo. Malaysia has a similar security agreement with Thailand to fight Commun- ist guerrillas along the Thai-Ma- laysia border areas. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT I'riilay anrt Sntnrdny licauty'' p.m. icin: Sliort .Subjects UIUTV" Last r'omplclr Slmw rj 20 3H'I .Saturday Slmrl 7-10. 0 Hill" n.fS I.asl complele show COLI.KOK CJM'.MA Friday and Saturday Sliorl Subjecls "Sojirt of Ihc Soulli'1 2.-.VI. l-ast Coniplelc COLLEGE CINEMA STARTS SUNDAY Sunday Malinee p.m. Evening p.m, MATINEE SATURDAY (MY ONE SHOW ONLY AT P M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. Hat Ly n love ID and a country tj FAMILY MARK WAITER SIM. Regular Admission Prices Kiddies 50c Mcifinee ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN 'I dreamed I saw Jw. Hill jMrv-c as J-OLI er me tCixr last Times Tonight AT AND 9.25 P.M. NOW SHOWING nl duel p.m. Clint Eastwood RESTRICTED ADULT ZlP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH! 0 WiiK IMsiicy's Song of CJ.rMnft FAMIIY Last Times Tonight nl end 910 p m. ;