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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Oil concession law raliTied AMMAN (lleutcr) The Jor- danian cabinet lias adopted ii draft law ratifying an nit con- cession agreement witli Ihc Ca- nadian firm, Ucsco, cabinet sources said today. The agreement, awarding llic firm a 40-year oil concession in Jordan, was signed licre on April 4 by Prime Minister Ahmed al-Lawzi in liis capacity as head of the natural resources authority. The Canadian firm has pledged under the agreement to spend million on oil explora- tion in norlhcrn Jordan. The draft law has been sent (o parliament (or ratification. SUCCESS WITH YOUR MONEY! Ivirninfj a good salary is only part of the battle of coping ivith today's high cost of Jiving. To make the most of your hard-earned income, equally important to have a personal Money sim- ple, practical system for get- ling full lahic from your financial resources. Tlic May issue of Header's Digest fen lures such a plan, devised "hy experts in money man- agement to show how you can achieve your financial goals, instead of just, dream- ing about them! Head A JiIONKY J'LAN FOR of 38 articles and features in May Render's Digest. Gcb your copy today! Bored with life, actor suicides BAHCULONA (AF) "I am bored and 1 have already lived long George Sanders wrote in n suicide role. Then Mic iJfl-ycar-old aclor had played the suave cyni- cal cad in scores of film.! took an overdose of sleeping pills. His body was found Tuesday on Hie bed in a hotel room nl Cas- lelldcrells, a seaside resort near BarcelonKa. l-'ive empty barbiturate tubes were beside Ihe body, police said, and he left a second nole in Spanish. Sanders came lo Barcelona Monday from England, presum- ably on his way Lo his home on the island of Mallorca. Actress Buys interest ill station TORONTO (CP) Maclean- Hunter Cable TV Lid. said here it has agreed to purchase a one-quarter interest in QCTV LTD. of EdmonLon. QCTV holds a cable televi- sion licence for part of Edmon- ton and now is in the early stages of construction. If the Canadian Radio-Televi- sion Commission approves the Maclean-Hunter purchase, QCTV intends to offer one-third of its shares in a public under- writing. NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. ADULT Chosen for the Royal Film Performance. 197: Nominated for Fnc Academy Awards including Vanrs'-a Redgrave A Ha] Wallis .BEST? CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre JACK" in color starring Tom Laughlin and Dclorcs Taylor. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday, April 26, 2V, IB and 29. Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre "ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" in color starring Claudia Cardinalc and Henry Fonda. Wednesday and Thursday, April 26 and 27. Wednesday show at a-15 Dm Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE DESERTER" in color starring Richard Crenna, Chuck Connors and Richard Monlalban. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. April 26, 27 and 28. Wednesday shows at nnd p m. Adult not suitable lor children. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenus Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EtKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, APRIL 27 BLUES FRIDAY, APRIL 28 BLUES SATURDAY, APRIL 29 RAYMOND CANADIANS Zsa (Jabor, his second said in Holly wood that his sister in London reported he hnd been "vory depressed in recent weeks" buL (lint lie had been 'hnppy and gay11 she put lim on the plane Monday. WON ACADEMY AWARD Sanders made his Hollywood (icbufc in lfl3G in Lloyd's of Lon- don and in the next 34 years played in nearly 100 movies. In all but a few he was the villain, bht one that was charming, im- peecably groomed, elegantly cruel, delivering acidly clever dialogue in an upper-class Brit- ish accent. Jle won Ihe Academy Award for Ihe best, supporting actor in for a performance (hat was typical, the drama critic in All About Kvo. His last picture ivas The Kremlin Letter in 3970. In 1960 he published an autobiography, Memories of a Professional Cad. Sanders born in Russia, the son of a Russian rope manu- facturer and a British horticul- turist. The family fled to Eng- land during the Communist rev- olution, when George was in his early teens. He was married ftur times, to Elsie Larson, who divorced him ill 194B; lo Miss Gnhor from 39-JO to 1054; to Ronald Colman's widow, Benita Hume, died, and in 1970 to Miss Gabor's sis- ter Mngda. They separated after a month. Actor Tom Conway was his brother. Television's Archie Bunker collects some new AKUI1IE BUNKKH WASHINGTON (AIM Al- ready cuffed liy the Teams- ters Union, television's Arcliie Hunker has collected sonic lumps Fiom Ihe Ameri- can Jewish Congress. The CHS television series All in Ihe Family, in which Archie Hunker is hluc-collar worker who makes racial and ethnic slurs, is "creating a new freedom to he offensive." says llafobi J. I.clyveld, presi- dent of AJC. The rahbi said a major sin nf the television show is that "it is leadline; our children disrespccl." He said his own cliildren have come home from junior high school "will] Polack jokes that have heen told to them by their teachers.'1 "If you think for a moment about applying Ihe same tech- nique of ridicule, of merciless salirc. to other social evils of our lime, you would think twice about applying lam- First black conductor NEW YORK (AP) llenvy Lewis, married lo Mel Lewis will become the first i prana M-irily Home, has con- black conductor ui IS: history ducted the San Francisco Opera, the Vancouver Opera, the Boston Opera and the Am- Opera Society, as well as major symphony orchestras. pooilillg iinrl lauuMcr In liij; llnbbi I.clyveld said. NO DHiOT "There is r.n Midi Ilinc a I harmless any mure than there is such a thing Bs a friendly cancer1 ni- a hcniun drug pusher nr a lovalilc mur- derer or rapist." Hjhl.i veld said .Monday ih" or- ganization's offirial [iiililica- lion Congress policemen 'pics' they are [air Ranie [or II.e Rabbi l.chveid snid. ''When I'olacks arc siu- pid. snbliunirm beiuiis. when kike.s are shrewd anrl or ore sly ynil murder- ous, it is only one step from th cpilliet lo contempt, and another slcp (o discrimination and another falep [n pr-ricui- tion and the final step lo the gas chamber and systematic extermination E a r I i c r this inunih. a Teamsters unioji publication said workers resent the image presented by All in Ihe Fam- ily. 'Tor some reason the writ- ers of those shows decided Ihe Wednesday, April 26, 1972 THE lETHBfllDGE HIBAID 7 Bike salely I sessions sot for Thursday COAI.DAM'; 'UN'S) Tha Club is epon- ;i bicycle safely pro- lli'.'im here. The program of five 'I'hoy nro being held at Hi" II. I. Baker School every average worker is a dinpliat fat, more, than a little dnnil j a committed racist ami mo- or all, very said in ils Thmxhiv a truly Uniily, are sincci'el> sionate and inlclli- ec-iil." fiTim -1 to 5 p.m. i I rallv v.ill conclude A fin Ihc urtir.-i-. II will he held May in at thl I! I. iinker School. N TONIGHT and THURSDAY of the Metropolitan Opera. Lewis, the 39-year-old music director of the New Jersey Symphony, has been engaged to make his debut with the com- pany next season in Puccini's La Boheme. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 Slh St. 5. Ph. 327-7244 Lolhbricfgi HIT NO. 'Machine Gun McCain' PETER FALK JOHN CASSAVETES IN COLOR PHILADELPHIA visiting intellecturals from the Sociel Union say t h e y ore put back by the violence of American motion pictures. The two commented on two movies, The French Connection and The Godfather. "I saw more blood spilled on the screen than I've ever seen betore in my said Genna- di Fedosov, secretary general of the Institute of Soviet Am- erican Relations. "The reaction o[ the audience was very foreign and hard to understand. Somebody would be shot ir. the face, and there would be an uproar of laughter or applause sometimes." don't have the way of showing Ihe dead on film that you commented Yuri Oleshchuk of the Institute of the United States of Ameri- ca, i "Maybe I am not used to such pictures." said Olcsclmk, "but j my first reaction was negn live." GARY AND THE PRINCESS Film aclor Cory Grant pauses for c momenl with Princess Alexandra of Kenl at a reception at a midfown Manhallan hotel in New York. They wore attending dinner of the Variety Clubs. Alligator is big problem for 2 Calgary families CALGARY (CP) An alli- gator sits in IngritI Graham's kitchen and she doesn't like it. "Kverytinie the thinj! looks at me it opens its mouth and I to pet rid of it." It sits in a cardboard box warmed hy a heat lamp, and eats raw hamnurp, liver and fish out of a cake tin. Its name is Spol and it Is helwcen three iiiul four feet long and growing. Spot was purchased in Van- couver hy Mrs. Graham's 15- In the Centre of Things WED., APR. 26th VIMY LOUNGE 'MOONGtOWS SAT., APR. 29th VIMY LOUNGE 'THE PHAROAHS' FRI., APR. 28th BEAVER ROOMS THE EMBERS' SAT., APR. 29th BEAVER ROOM 'VERA SINCIAIR' Royal Canadian Legion s GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS Isl AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. year-old son Honald and two olhpr boys. They pooled I heir money nntl liought Spot for 512 from a pel store anrl planned to tnkc (urns keeping him for weeks at a time. I3llL Mrs. Graham says Spot won't be going back to either of (lie nthcr households be- cause of parental rcaclions similar [o her own. "The hoys thought it ivns a joke, something ncu- to buy. "Now we don't know lo do widi it. [f it were cdihlc cook il." And, the Calgary Zoo won't even take Spot as a gift. "We only have one pen for alienators anri it's said a zoo spokesman. TbdayS Showfirries P.VIUMOUNT Theatre Rented Scots Concert R p.m. PARAMOUNT CINEMA vShort Subjects "Mary Queen of Ln.st SlKm COI.I.KGK flXKMA Short Subjects a: lf> "Sunday Bloody Sunday'1 Last Complete Show ACRES DFirVE-IN "Machine Gun McCaine" "Fools Parade" One Complele APPEARING NIGHTLY In Un "AZTEC" Lounge At The EL RANCHO WM. JAMES ROGERS Slur of TV find Radio, recent- ly returned from Cross Con- oda Tour with "Ann Murray." STARTS THURSDAY At and p.m. "Sheila, this is Doctor Schaefer -I got us a bed for tonight'' "Why do they always call me when it's too "You're not leaving until I have you Blue Cross "I may be OMZV, but I think I've operated on the wrong patient' suitable for children. ARTHURHILIER HOWARD GOTTFRIED A IIOiVMD GOnfftiED-PAODY CHAYEFSKY PRODUCTION A'.iKJ United Artisls NOTE: PARAMOUNT THEATRE IS RENTED TONIGHT WED. FOR THE SCOTTISH CONCERT STARTING TOMORROW DELUXE SHOWS AND P.M. Firsl Showing in Alberta Lclhbridgo SDCS II FirslM To the first SO cuslomert Complimentary Copy of the Police! Book "Taloi from Ihe Crypt" suitable for children. prfscnls ProdJCI :T starring Joan Collins Peter Cjshinr; DslncB R chard Grer-r.c 'Ian Hsndry Ulcr; Wages Barbara Murray Nigel Patrick Rcrrn Pn ii.ps and Sir Rj.'ph ENDS TOMGHT- "SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY" ln Color wilh PCTER FINCH ;