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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Isolated mountain lake has hot, cold springs CANMORB (CP) An Isolated mountain lake, with hot and cold springs, has been found tucked in a nigged val- ley near the Trans-Canada Highway. The lake was located last August by Harry Connolly, an employee of a Consulting firm making an assessment of the region's recreation potential. The lake, about 60 miles west of Calgary near Mount Lough- eed, was first discovered in a study of aerial photographs which appeared to reveal a series of seven small lakes. Another set of photographs taken in the winter raised the possibility of hot springs when they showed the usually thick covering of snow missing. LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 54 Game No. 1 50 10 Games Blackout in 55 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 All GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card AH Wood Cards 500 Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. LETHBRIDGE SUMMER FIGURE SKATING SCHOOL to be held at HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE JULY 1st THRU AUGUST 12th DIRECTOR ANN MCDONNELL PROFESSIONAL STAFF ALL MEMBERS OF PROFESSIONAL SKATING ASSOCIATION OF CANADA SONJA DAVIS DAN DOROHOY JO-ANNE ENGELHARDT ANN MCDONNELL SUSAN TANNER FOR BROCHURE AND FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 3283032 13 DAYS LEFT DON'T AROUND ON YOUR COMPLETE IETIIIS Do you know you may have an additional deduc- tion for child care? You need to receive every legi- timate deduction. H R BLOCK will prepare, check, and guarantee your return for accuracy. So stop kid- ding yourself. Bring your return to H R BLOCK. guarantee accurate preparation of miy tax return. N VM make any errors that coct you any penalty or m- IterettiM will pay only thst penalty or interest _______ CO. 81 5 3rd AVE. SO. 3141 3th ST. NO. OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. WEEKDAYS, 9-5 SAT. PH. 327-3712 OPEN SATURDAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Ex-actress convicted of cussing WINSTON-S A L E M, N.C. (AP) Former movie actress Jean Arthur was arrested for trespassing, handcuffed and taken to jail barefoot because of what she said were her at- tempts to console a German shepherd chained in a neigh- bor's yard. Miss Arthur, 65, now artist in residence at the North Car- olina School of the Arts, was convicted in state district court yesterday of trespassing and of cursing and abusing the po- liceman who arrested her on the neighbor's complaint. She was fined and put on pro- bation for three years. She was charged with enter- lag a neighbor's yard March 31 after she had been warned to stay out. Miss Arthur said she was con- cerned about the dog "because he barked all day and most of the night, and he cried like a child." JEAN ARTHUR Horse shoe tabled Gordon Stromberg, Progressive Conservative mem- ber from Camrose, tabled this horse shoe in the Alberta legislature to emphasize his point that the horse shoe should be Canada's national emblem. Forced to appear at Fonda session SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Reuter) A former prisoner of war recently released by North Viet- nam says he was tortured to force him to appear at a Hanoi news conference with American actress Jane Fonda. U.S. Navy Lt-Cmdr. David Hoffman, 32, said hi an view at naval hospital here yesterday that he was hung by a broken arm and allowed to drop several times until he agreed to appear at the con- ference. Former U.S. attorney-general Ramsey dark also took part in the news conference in Hanoi last summer. "I had a broken Hoff- LABOR 1 r CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY "LINEMEN" Members and their onlyl 4 4 SOUTHERN ALBERT. THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE CULPEPPER CATTLE In color. Starring Gary Grimes. Luke Askew and Bo Hopkins. Sat- urday. April 14. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CANCEL MY RESERVATION" In color. Starrng Bob Hope and Eva Marie Saint. Saturday, April 14. Shows at and p.m. Family. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox "NICOLAS AND ALEXANDRIA" In color. An cmy Award Saturdav, 14. Afult. Sunday, ArriJ 3S at p.m. "CHISIBP In co'or. Starring John Wayne, Fcrresl Tucker and Bruce Cabot. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" In color. Starring Grid'C Hawn and Edward Albert Saturday, April 14. Shows at and p.m. Adult man told reporters. "It in a cast. I was hung up by that br> ksn arm several times and allowed to drop at the end of a rope from a table which was kicked out from under me." After their return from the North Vietnam visit both Miss Fonda and Clark said they bad talked to prisoners who ap- peared to have been treated hu- manely and were in good health. Hoffman told reporters that he rejects everything he bad said when he appeared with Miss Fonda. He said that after he agreed to appear he was given statements to memorize for the occasion. "K Miss Fonda thinks for a minute that any of the people that she saw were able to speak freely then she's got an- other think Hoffman said. Thursday, 100 members of a conservative students group hanged Miss Fxrada in effigy about flW yards frim where she was speaking to a student rally at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Clark said Friday he had no knowledge that American pris- oners he saw in a Hanoi prison camp last year were tortured into seeing him. "I had no knowledge of tor- ture I think torture is unac- ceptable. I'd like the full story to come out." Asked at a news conference here about Hoffman's state- ments, Clark said he had seen Hoffman and other prisoners only in their rooms and in their dining hall and that no news conference was held. "I think we have to knowj about torture in Cambodia.! Laos and South Vietnam and Greece and Brazil. If we con- done it, it will become more widespread." Saturday, April 14, 1973 THE UETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Play gets second chance By A. H. WEILER New York Times Service NEW YORK Nostalgia can be sugar and sp'ce and every- thing nice at the Broadway box office, as it has bean with "No, No, and "Irene." or it can be tough and cynical and something less than com- mercial dynamite, as was the case with last season's award winning but sadly short-lived musical "Follies." But "Follies" will live again screen. Even though they are well aware that nobody made a fortune from the Broad- way edition, the people at twen- tieth Cintury-Fox seem con- vinced that there is money to be made from this account of a reunion of fading ex-fo'Jies girls. And they have had the good sense to ask Hal Prince, the co-director and co- producer of the stage show, to direct their film. Equally en- couraging is the fact that most, if rot all, of S.eohen Sood- tieim's harshly sophisticated score will be r-tained. How- thsre wT b? one change the James Goldman bcok will be adanted by off olaviyight Jean- Claude Van I'al'ie. "Van Ita lie's screen nlav will involve a switch of locale." savs John P. Flaxman, media Ttroductions will produce the film for Fox. "The movie will centre on a famous film for Fox. "The move will centre on a famous studio ban? torn down, as part of the Fox lot actually was. We plan to use a lot of the old Fox sets and a good deal of old film foolaee We thought A'exis Smith. DoroLhy Collins and Yvonne De Carlo were smashing In the version of but it the producers are hunting for some classic Fox beauties for Ihe movie, might we suggest they hunt in the d'reclion of Alice Faye, Betty Grable and June Haver? Chinese walks out TOKYO (AP) Communist China's delegates'walked out of UK" United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East Friday when the South Korean foreign minis'.cr. Jim Yong-shik. came forward to speak. A Chinese delegate ?3id they walked out bec-ause Korea is not a member of ECAFE. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC POSS A. HOSACK Certified Dertal Methanle Suilc 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridge COALDALE LITTLE THEATRE presents 'BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE' by LEONARD GERSHE with Jean Graham 91 David f.'ave Robison