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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SWIM OR SINK If sharks slop swimming, they sink (o (lie bottom because (hey lack n swim bladder which ena- bles oilier lypes o[ (ish to lloat. Monday, 17, 1972 THE IFTHBRiDCE HERALB 7 roon SIGHT Sharks arc a bit near-sighted and even in clear water proba- bly do not see well more than 100 feet ahead of them. Make Business A Pleasure! For your business luncheon hearty food gnd prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Businessmen's Luncheon Served Every Monday 1o Friday from ro 2 p.m. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A MAN CALLED PETER In color. Starring Richard Todd and Jcaji Peters. Monday, April 17 only. Show lime p.m. Family PINCHER CRbEK Fox Theatre "FOOLS" In color. Starring Jason ftobarils and Katharine Ross. Monday and Tuesday, April 17 and 18. ilonday show al p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "VON HICKENTOFF AND BROWN" In color. Starring John Phillip Law and Don Stewart. Monday and Tuesday, April 17 and 18. Monday shows al "and p.m. News about llie .slai's 4.ctress plans name cluing HOLLYWOOD (Ii c u( c i Film actress Barbara licrshcy, 21, announced here two events in her and actor David Carradine, 35, are expect- ing a cliild in October and she is changing her name to Seagull. Miss licrshcy, star of the film The Baby-maker and the forth- coming Doxcar Beilli.'i, said slic tie i fie dispute by ruling Ilial Tammy WyncUc, one of the IKT determination of leading Female llic l.ix he mu'd for llic three vocalists in the U.S. has been is corral j admitted lo a TuKi hospital after she complained of nbdomi- 1'AlllS 1 The French gou'rmnonl will honor Groucho Marx witli Hie title of Com- of Arts and Letters next BACK ON THE ROCKY ROAD AGAIN Randy Bach- man (leFl) is back wilh o new rock 'n' roll road thti time with his kid braiher, Rob, on drums and a fine guilarist-songwriter named C. F. Turner It's been nearly iwo years since Bocnman quit the Guess Who, iVie most successful reck group Canada has produced and he hopes his group, Brave Bell, can make the? sonic sort of impact on North Amerfcan audiences. has no intention of marrying be- fore the birth of Ihe baby. Said Carradine: "h" 1972, marriage seems a little point- less." The two said they lived together in a Hollywood Hills home. Carradine announced I tic baby would be called whatever its sex is. Miss llcrshey said she changing her name lo Barbara Seagull because ol an cmolioiuil attachment she had lo a seagull which died while she WHS film- ing Lasl Summer. Carradine said he ami Miss Ilursliey had planned to liave the child and might have more. m fi ci'cmony I''ilm Fuistival. at tlic Tiie leslhal will have a spe- c-ill] (iiouchd .Marx program M.iy 14 including a showing oT Xijju at. the Opera. The conic- Jiiin v.ill mU'iid. nal pains. A doctor said Icsls were ad- ministered tnil wouM not specu- late on her illness Among lier hits have been Stand By Your Man. IM-V-O-H- C-K ami 1 Don't Waul to Play House. IJJNIJUN 'Al'j Noel Harri- son, adnr-iincei' son of stage and Rex Harrison, miiriii'd ear-old MarRarct IJc-ibon at Kensington rcgis- li sir's olficu here. Arvil Dusiin heads i ____ V.AP.NKR (HNS; Arvil; liv his previous marriage lo Mml o( t Olio Lanj: iioininalcd BRUNO, Siisk. Jibtuc Minister Otto Land won tin- nomination here tn contest ihc Saskatoon IfxirnhoMt riclinr. for llic Liberals in Die ncM fc'lcrjjl election. Mr. LrJing llic X.M! in llir general election, taking it from the Progressive Conser- vatives. Librral Icddci LV G. Stou-tirl tokl llic nomina- tion attended by about oW, Liberals should cnv bark on a knock-on-the-door campaign ami "tliureby Mr. Lnng a landslide ni.'ijoii- ly.'1 SAMU'ACKIt The.1 sliarp-to til lied skin nf sharks makes an excellent kind of sandpaper called LOS A.NGKLES (API Luein 20-yearold daughter of utim'dicimc Lucille Hall, lias SCJARSDALK, fAlM j -u i os Angeles Dorothy DaKon, aubnrn-haircd lo ups bonds DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK CcrfHfpd Dnnlnl Mechanic Suile 6-304 Slh SI. S. Ph. 317-7244 Lethbridge PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 Cards may vanish star of UJC .silent screen and wife of the late producer Arthur Ilanimerslein, died at her home here. Stic was 73. Miss Dalton played opposite fUirtolpli Valcnlino in Moi'an nf the Lady Lclty, anil starred in siieh other films as The Flame of the Yukon and Tlic Vagabond rvincc, Maminei'steiiT, sen of Oscar Hammcrstein, died in I Ic' til S31 her from a IMS contract. Stanford Research TnsliLule predicts. Ray Zahlocki csli- matcs some crcclil cart! coni- uanicis now lose up to bnlf I heir gross profits because of thcfl and other abuses. THOUGHT A HEIU'KNT Tim oarfish or ribbonfish can he ,10 feet long, and wilh a briglal red mane and black j 'jtripos usually is tnislakcn tor a sea scvpcnl. WASHINGTON (Reulcrl AurJin M n r p h y s widow snitl the federal government is Irving to collect more t li a n 5200.000 ill laxcs Ironi the estate of (lie dead war hero and film star. Murpliv, file farm buy whn i-ainc out of the Second World War wilh more combal decora- tions than aiiy other American soldier, was killed last May 28 in a plane crash al Roanokc, Va. Papers filed by his widow Pa- njela the U.S. tax courl stale thaf as administrator of husband's eslalc. she is heing billed by the internal rev- enue service for sliiO.OOO in un- p.vtl taxes for 1364. i965 and She asked the court lo set- I The had been held in u ir.l for her for almost four yci-i ujukT a Supfrior Court nniil Flie became nn aihil1. nr married. Mis-, qualified on both counts Fririay, with Hie adulL ape lowered to 1H and her mar- riatie hist Jiriy 17 Lo director- Pliil Vandervorl, 29. A, Okla. fAPt j lion at the annual yuppi-r incel- tu llio were Mrs. Sarah Oscar Mueller, Rny Hirschc, burion anil D. Minion. The prize were Frank Cassel. an Alht-i IEI rcs- icJenl sinre Fred Dannatl who have heen married .in VI-RTS, Mr. nnrl Mrs. I j Jnlin Schncn. Mir- yovincott mar- ried couple in ttie croup, Mrs. Rose of I.cthbridpe has 10 living children am.1 Mrs. Katie Harrows who bat, grandchildren. SORRY FOLKS CANADA AMA World Travel Service l claims slaked in error KAMLOOPS, B.C. The owner of mineral claims slaked oil (lie McQueen Lake environmental study centre 10 nu'les north west of Kamloops says the slaking was done in complete innocence. The owner, Thomas Rolslon of Vancouver, told the Kam- loops school board the acrc study centre wasn't rec- ognized as such when it was staked. The staking discovered by Kamloops school principal Italpli Shaw, and representa- tions were made to the federal agriculture department, which owns the land. Federal prant.i totalling were provided for development of the envir- onmental study centre, which opened last year. The Kamloops school board snid in a statement Mr. Tlol- ston lias assurer! the hojird ttie claims will not lie sold and will be held in his mime nnlil Ihey expire." The hoard said il hopes In I a reserve on llic proper- ly lo ensure that no oilier com- pany cim slake mineral claims oti il in future. Return files judge orders KUMONTOK' iCPl Tha has been told it must re- turn of Ihc 315 patient files of Dr. John Craip, charperl four couuls of criminal neiiligence cansinR death. Mr. Juslicn. Nell Primrose said in Alhci'Ia vSupreme Court the erowo could keep only Ihe files relating specifically lo the charges against the Edmonton physician. A warrant issued by Provin- cial Court .Judge Carl flolf per- mitted police to seize the (lies a third time pending settlement of Ihc issue. The files have been ordered relurncd twice. Dr. CraiR. who operates clinic fov drup addicts, origin- ally had his filea in con- nccliqn wifh a charge of de- frauding the Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission of 01'fL'M SEIZED CAIRO (Rcuter) Opium worth million was seized by Egyptian police at Cairo Inler- milionnl Airport lha Al Ahrfim reports. It sakl Ihe drug was brought from the Turkish-Syrian honlcr by rnr to D.'imascus, Ilicu Clown to Cairo. "Carr> on Memy VIII1 Last Complete Show CPNIvMA Short Subjects M5 in Venice'' I.asl Ccimplete Show fOLI.EC.E CINEMA Short Subjects "X V and Zee'1 Lribt Complete Show fl-.Do (illl.'KV AtllK.S DHIVE-I.N Closed Tonight Tonight thru Wed. al and p.m. ?K GOGARDE-'DtAlH IN VEMCC' MAN'GANO A KING-SIZE COMEDY e 'CARRY ON GANG ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Tonight and TUGS. tit and 9.15 p.m. HENRY ..iimcnmiiD (nCOlOrT Mir.HAFL SIJS-iS'S'AH Last Times Tonight ol and p.m. COLLEGE CINEMA STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. "AS TIMELY AS TODAY'S HEADLINES! A shocking and frank look of prison society and conditions against which inmates Tnnn "FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES" lives up to the tradition of prison humour of 'Grace Under Pressure'... Michael Greer as 'Queenie' reacts like a travelling salesman turned loose in a "NOT TO BE MISSED! 'Fortune' is a compelling look at the one part of today's society con- tinually forgotten..." fOKTIJNE AND 7JTS FAILS RESTRICTED ADULT FIRST SELECTION 1971 VENICE FILM MCTHOCOIOR I ;