Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wtdimdoy, April 25, 1973 THI IfTMBRIDOl HtRALD 7 Singing convict due for parole RAHWAY, NJ. (AP) Reginald Haynes is due for parole from Rahway State prison May 29, but he'll be coming back to harmonize Band performs alt Calgary Stan Kenton, an influential and frequently controversial fi- gure in American jazz for the past 30 years, brings his 19- piece orchestra to the Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary on Satur- day. The Kenton musicians, whose average age is in the twenties, have been "on the road" for the past 20 months. In addition to concerts and nightclub engags- ments, the band conducts jazz clinics at high schools and uni- versities, takirg uo residence on campuses to work with stu- dents in musk education classes. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Cental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelhbridge with his buddies now and Vien. Haynes used to sing on street corners, in churches and anywhere anyone would listen to him before landing in the maximum-security prison four years ago. There he made some friends and or- ganized The Escorts, a prison singing group that this week is releasing a long-playing record album, All We Need Is Another Chance. The nine Escorts recorded the album in a ses- sion in a psychologic; f coun- seling room of the prison. Local radio stations have played the title song. "It was like a dream come true, waking up and hearing the record said one of the lead singers, Robert Arlington, up for parole in September on a manslaughter conviction. The songs are mostly soul music. The title cut was writ- ten by George Kerr, who heard the group perform at a prison talent show while vis- iting a friend there three years ago and offered to pro- duce the album. Proceeds will go to the pris- oners' families and lawyers. Some funds also will go to the prison to improve facilities. SOUTHERN ALBERTA Bernadette weds Bernadette Devlin, 26-year-old Irish Civil cam- paigner and member of the British Parliament, leaves Church of the Rock near Cookstown, Northern Ireland with her bridegroom, Michael McAlaskey, 24-year-old schoolmaster. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SOUTH OF HELL MOUNTAIN" In color. Wednesday, April 25. Show at p.m.. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "HOT ROCK" In color. Starring George Segal and Robert Redford. Wednesday, April 25. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FUNNY GIRL" In color. Starring Barbra Streisand and Omar Sharif. Wednesday and Thursday, April 25 and 26. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE GODFATHER" Winner o! Academy Awards for 'Best Picture' and 'Best Actor'. In color. Starring Marlon Brando. Wednesday, April 25. One show only at p.m. Restricted Adult. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 12S1 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. in 55 NOS. in 56 NOS. If no bingo called after 56 we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 49 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 26 "SUNSET FOUR" FRIDAY APRIL 27 "METROS" SATURDAY APRIL 28 "SUNSET FOUR" THE FIRST LUXURY CAR THATS BUILT UKE A VOUfO. Imury cars have (o travel the same roads as ordinary cars. Face the same pitfalls. Weather the same storms. So we've built the first one that's as tough as a Volvo. The Volvo 164. It provides the luxuries any luxury car should provide. Infinitely adjustable seats that K t r-u Mt on leather, instead of em-doping you in vinyl. Air- oondilioninc- Power steering. And a powerful 5 liter engine (luxury cars do, after all, travel around in fast Then there are the things that make the 164 a Volvo. like power-assisted disc brakes on all four wheels. A body welded in one one of its thousands of spot welds strong enough to support the weight of the entire body. Plus six coats of ruslproofing, primer and paint. And two different underooatings. When you step inside the 164, you'll know at once it's a luxury car. After a few years out in the real world, youll be delighted its also a Volvo. THE VOLVO 164 Just like at home Skylab spacemen will eat well HOUSTON, Tex. (Reuter) The three astronauts aboard the United States' first orbiting Skylab workshop won't chew beef cubes and suck chicken stew from plastic bags in the manner of previous astronauts. They'll be tucking into lobster newberg and filet mignon, strawberries and ice cream. Everything for gourmet dining will be on hand, everything ex- cept wine. And doctors have ordered them not to leave any scraps of food on their food trays. In the name of medical science, there are to be no leftovers. The first team blasts off May 15 to live in the Skylab 1 obser- vatory-laboratory. For 28 days the trio will examine outer space, the earth, and them- selves as they orbit about the atmosphere, beyond the earth's gravitational pull. One of the first things they may discover 270 miles up is Radio sex shows cut after attack By DAVID K. SHIPLER New York Times Service NEW YORK The radio talk shows that deal explicitly with sex have begun disappear- ing from the air. In the few weeks since March 28, when Dean Burch, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, attacked what he calkd "topless" radio" for boradcasting "prurient numerous stations have remov- ed the programs or toned them down. The original, most widely syndicated show Bill Bal- lance's "Feminine Forum" on KGBS in Los Angeles was abruptly transformed the day after Burch's speech. Women callers accustomed to picking up the telephone for graphic, on-the-air discussions suddenly found Ballance con- siderably less flirtatious. No longer would the caller be Bill Ballance's "Darling Kid- his his "Doll Baby." telling her innermost secrets on such topics as "Your Favorite Conquest." On March 29, the subject for the renamed "Bill Ballance show" was "how are you living with the meat As one listener observed, the show had moved out of the bedroom and into the kitchen. The change had immediate impact for about 30 stations that carried the Ballance show. A number of other broadcast- ers with their own local ver- sions of "Feminine forum" also backed away from the explicit sex theme; among them were WHN in New York and WDEE in Detroit. Still others, including WWDC in Washington, KLIF in Dalas and WHER in Memphis, had dropped or softened the pro- grams before the FCC chair- man's warnings. But most radio exectuvies said their programs were enor- mously popular, increasing their ratings and profits. Bal- lance, a middle-aged disk jock- ey, was an instant celebrity with a daily audience of one million. A few weeks ago, women turned out to meet him when he participated in the op- ening of a San Diego health spa. When the show was changed, the KGBS general manager, Ray M. Stanfield, said that hun- dreds of letters poured in urg- ing the station to fight. Only seven letters contained approv- als of the shift away from sex. Gina isn't sure about jewel loss NEW YORK (AP) Gina Lo- lobrigida, the Italian actress, may or may not have lost 000 of jewelry. She isn't sure. Miss Lollobrigida told police today, whan she was packing to return to Italy, that she missed a brooch and a pair of earrings she thought she had at- tached to a dress in her hotel closet. Police said nothing else was missing from her suite. A hotel spokesman said Miss Lollobri- gida promised to notify them if the jewels turned up. LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Actor-singer Dean Martin filed suit here against Universal studios for at least million damages in connection with the film Airport, in which be played the role of a pilot. Martin claimed he has not re- ceived a complete and accurate accounting of revenues from the movie. The suit, filed in Los -An- gelas Superior Court, also noted that Martin and his studio differ over an interpretation of a July, 1968, agreement under which he was to get a percentage from the film's revenues. SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) Horror movie star Lon Chsney Jr. is recovering from a long illness. Chancy, 67, was operated on for cataracts and treated for' beriberi, but his wife said to- day that he is up and about again. He has been in and out of hospitals since July. Chaney played such creatures as Frankenstein's monster, the Wolf Man, the Mummy and Count Dracula. WASHINGTON (AP) Pablo Casals plans to make a rare conducting appearance during a week-long musical salute to the Organization of American States. The Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts said Casals, 96, will conduct two of his works May 22. They are Sar- dana for Cello, featuring 40 cel- lists, and the Glorida from his oratorio El Pesebre. GM, 4 killed WHITECOURT (CP) An inquest has been ordered into the death of a four-year-old girl here. Police said Beverly Gail Du- bina died two hours after she was hit by a car driven by a volunteer fireman on his way to a fire. that their taste has changed since they selected their menus a year ago, but will be too late. Some pounds of food, canned, dehydrated, and frozen, has been carefully selected to supply all the nutritional needs of the astronauts. It has been stowed aboard Skylab, now sit- ting on a launch pad at Cape Kennedy, Fla. AH of the food for the first 28- day mission and the two 56-day missions that follow will be launched May 14 when the workshop is blasted into orbit. The next day, Charles Con- rad, Dr. Joseph Kerwin and Paul Weitz will make the first flight to the Skylab. At meal time, each astronaut will first pick out his tray, which has round slots. He fits his cans of food into the slots. Then a timer is set and the meal is warmed by a filament in the food tray. Just like at home, the astro- nauts will use knives, forks and spoons. The cost of feeding a Skylab passenger has been figured at a day. Why no leftovers? "Because of our experiments, it is very important that the men consume a known quantity every said Dr. Malcobn Smith, a space administration nutritionist. He said that in Apollo and Go- mini flights, "we saw some negative balances in some of the minerals, we saw some weight loss in almost every saw water loss." For these and other reasons, Smith said, "the Skylab food system is more sophisticated and yet it is more conventional "It will appear more like what they would expect at home, rather than eating out of a bag as they had to in Apollo and Gemini." What happened to an Idea for having wine aboard Skylab? Smith said that in the first place it's best to package wine in glass and there really ought not to be any glass -in a space- craft. "I guess the straw that broke the camel's back was the public complaint about booze on the he added. "And really, no crew member par- ticularly wanted ft." WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE of FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Thurs., April 26 and Friday, April 27 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. college cinema Aw. NUptth Dr, 328-6300- TONITE thru SAL AT 7.00-9.10 P.M. IVf U f OM JACQlfilUE BI5SEI (MB THC miff WHO OAC10 WftflOJ Color by S ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN green acres drive-in Mayor Mqralh Dr. Cotrtn Hwy, 327-1100 "LAST RUN" IN COLOR with GEORGE C. SCOTT LAST TIMES TONITE "CATtOW" IN COLOR with YUL BRYNNER THURS. FRl SAT. SUN. HIT "CANCEL MY RESERVATION" NO. 2 IN COLOR with BOB HOPE GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 P.M. SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. 538 6th STREET SOUTH, LETHBR1DGE 328-6586 iday's Showt'mes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "World's Greatest Athlete" Last complete Show Thursday Matinee Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Tbe Sounder" Last Complete Stow Family TOUJ-CE: CINEMA Short Subjects "Thief Who Came to Dinner" Last Ccnnpkte Shew 5.05 Adult GREEN ACRES E IN "CaUoV "Last Run" One OomoJde SJxw 8.00 WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION THE MOONGLOWS FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY FAMILY KIDS 7Sc ANYTIME MATINEE DAILY P.M. paramount South. 3Z74 We NOW SHOWING Evening 7 and 9 p.m. CHURCH MAGAZINE VOTE OF THE YEAR FAMILY 'SOUNDER- IS A MUST." SOUNDER ATtefoanft x ffcwt Tftm paramount cinema M> St. (ML Snrth. NOW SHOWING AT P.M.