Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wwlnwday, April U, 1973 THE UTHMIDOE HERALD 25 Lougheecl to meel leaders P EDMONTON (CP) Prem- ier Peter Lougheed will meet with world leaders next month at the Bilderberg conference in Sweden. The annual talks are held to exchange views between top- level political leaders, but the sessions are not public and no formal agenda -nil be publish- ed. Mr. Loughtdd is the first Alberta premier invited to the conference, which will be held from May 11 to 13. It Is expected that Mr. Louheed will hold discussions on the world energy situation and tell conference delegates about the potential of the Atha- basca oil sands in northewast- ern Alberta. LIFE'S AMBITION COURTENAY, B.C. (CP) At 35 Walter Rigler's main goal in life was to keep bees. Now. 54 years later, the 89-year-old Rig- ler is still keeping bees. He said his 35 hives produce about pounds of honey each year. ELKS PUBLIC 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 58 NOS. in 59 NOS. in 60 NOS. If no bingo called after 60 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 53 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY Thursday April Friday-April 20-CLUB CLOSED Saturday-April CANADIANS" SOUTHERll flLBWfi MOVIES YOU LIKE Bfc'ii CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE CANDIDATE" In color. Starring Robert Redford and Peter Boyle. Wednesday, Aoril 18. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLUEBEARD" In color. Starring Richard Burton, Raquel Welch and Virna Lisi. Wednesday, April 18. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "FAT CITY" In color. Wednesday and Thursday, Aoril 18 and 19. show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE NEW CENTURIONS'1 In Starring George C. Scott and Stacy Keach. Wednesday and Thursday, Aoril 18 and 19. Wednesday shows at and o.m Re- stricted Adult. FAMILY paramount St 4th AM. Last Times Tonite AT P.M. JOHN UIHBNE HNN'fVIHRBIIET ______HODTHHLOR THE TBBIIi BOBBERS FAMILY The joyful, wonderful story and music of Johann Straussl METROCOLOK. paramount cinema St i 4th An. South. 327-6100 Last Time Tonite AT P.M. ONLY RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema 20th An. ti Miyor Maptth Dr.. 32S4300 TONITE and THURS, AT P.M. YOU HAVEN'T SEEN ANYTHING UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN, United Artists .wanted know about Veteran beggar A blind war veteran is led by his child as he and his family make the begging rounds of downtown Saigon. The family is among the dozen or so that make their livings from passersby in the South Vietnamese capital. green acres drive-in UHfitt, Or. Courn Hwy.. 327-11M LAST TIMES TONIGHT "WHEN LEGENDS. DIE" Color RICHARD WIDMARK "UNDEFEATED" In Colcr JOHN WAYNE Drought chokes African countries PARIS (Renter) The worst drought of the century is chok- ing a belt of African countries south of the Sahara. Leaders among the six countries in the region speak of a major ca- tastrophe and have called for large-scale international help. The Senegal, Mali, Upper Volta, Niger and been deprived of their rainy season this year by a climatic freak which-has been blamed on everything from sun- spots and atomic tests to pollu- tion and supersonic aircraft. Many of the six countries' 25 DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge THURS., FRI. AND SAT. DOUBLE BOND DOUBLE 007 PAR UP! FAR OUT! FAR MORE! James Bond is back! ALBERT R BROCCnU HARRY SALTZMAf, IAN FLEMING'S "ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE' United Artists ADULT ENTERTAINMENT HIT NO. 2 DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER With SEAN CONNERY Cotes Open One Complete Show p.m. WATCH FOR NEWLY RENOVATED CELEBRATION BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 23rd million people have bean left in parched misery. Mauritania on the western fringe of the Sahara bordering the Atlantic has been hardest hit. An estimated 75 per cent cf the people are suffering from malnutrition as the drought there extends into its third year. Crops are a third of wfcsi they have been in the past. The government has started to regroup hard-hit parts of the population around remaining water supplies. I AID FLOWN IN Aid has been flown in. Assist- ance from the European Eco- nomic Community totalled some To tha south in Senegal, the drought has hit 1.5 million of a population of four million. Pro- duction cf main down 50 per cent. In landlocked Mali, east of Senegal, grain production has been severely curtailed. Huge shipnsants have had to be im- ported, and both the Soviet Un- ion and West Germany have or- ganized relief airlifts of corn and rice. CAMPAIGN RESULTS I i QUEBEC (CP) The 1972; Christmas Seal campaign; reached in the Quebec region. In 1971, the campaign] produced mostly from1 postal subscriptions. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Train Robbers'1 Last Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA "The Great Waltz" One Complete Show No Short'Subjects Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "Undefeated" "When Legends Die" One Complete Show Adult WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "Barney and The Beer Nuts" Thurs., Beaver Room Moonglows MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In the CABARF" This week Wednesday, Thursday and Satorday, featuring final week for the great "MAGI" it Wednesday and Thursday Everyone Admitted FREE if Saturday cover charge per person In the AZTEC LOUNGE "HOOTCHY KOOTCHY HENRY" in the FRONTIER DINING ROOM 1 Ploying for your dancing pleasure Fridays and Sat- j urdcys from to p.m. 'HARRY BAILEY' fos keyboard) i Also playing for your lis- tening pleasure Sundays i from 6 a.m. to 8 n.m Holiday inn 700 8th Avenue S.W. CALGARY EASTER WEEKEND FAMILY PACKAGE APRIL 20 21 Twin Double paramount cinema STARTS TOMORROW Evenings at p.m. 8th St. 4th Ave. South, 327-5100 It is with sincere hope that theatre audiences of Lethbridge and district take the opportunity of seeing this outstanding motion pic- ture a rare treat Our Personal Endorsation. Paramount Cinema Manager. A brilliant new star in one of the most moving performances of our time! lake a bow, Cicely! FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. "CICELY! CICELY TYSON, most exquisite of actresses is a warrior of inner fire. Hereby our nominations for Oscars." -Judith Crist Ne.v York Magazine CICELY TYSON "No American actress since Jane Fonda in 'KLUTF has given a film performance of such artfully and varied texture." -Jay Time Magazine "CICELY TYSON as the np-cord-tough mother... a deeply affecting performance.' Paul Zmmerrran Newsweek "CICELY TYSON plays the first great black heroine on the screen. Her Rebecca was worth waiting for. Sha is visually extraordinary. Her cry as she runs down the road toward her husband, returning from prison, is a something even the most fabled actresses might not have dared." Faulme Kasl The New Yorker REGULAR PRICES CHILDREN 75c ANYTIME "At last, a compassionate and loving film about being black in America." Coete.Time Magazirw AMabntS TYSON PAULWINFIELD KEVIN HOOKS MAHAL-JANET produced ROBERT 8 RADNITZ drewed by MARTIN RITT screenpSw by LONN'E EIDER. 'I! tasedoniheNewbeiyAwdvinpningNcwelbyWlLUAMH ARMSTRONG songs and muse by TAJ MAHAL COLO? BY DELUXE- to 8 p.m. STARTING TOMORROW paramount FAMILY KIDS 75c ANYTIME THURSDAY 2 shows 9 p.m. 8th St. 4th Ave. South. 327-5100 Family Fun-Filled Easter Holiday Attraction! FROM THE JUN6LE TO THE 8YM... HE'S THE GREATEST! HE'S A VWNNER... HE'S A SWINGER... HE'S DYNAMITE! DISNE uctkwts' TKHWCQUHT Good Friday and Saturday Continuous from IKK) p.m. Box office at p.m. Shows at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. JOttt SQSCOEIEE CONWAY VINCENT AMOS BROWNE COALDALE LITTLE THEATRE PRESENTS 'BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE' by Leonard Gershe with Jean Gtahem David Mann Robison Frank Hussar Yates Memorial Centre April 24th, 25th P.M. AH Reserved Adult Entertainment Box office will be open at Yates Centre Daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.