Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Jailed tor parking MONTREAL (CP) Doro- thy Hcnnult, mother of Iwo teen-agers and an employee ot Hi National Film Board, tame out ot Tanguay women's prison after four days this week siill saying the parking law that scut her Micro is un- just. Dnt "I don't intend to go out of my way to put in jail she said. Mrs. Hcnault hat1 her day term reduced by half since siie was a first offender. The law involved is a pro- vincial statute making it ille- gal to park on a road or street in the same spot for more than four hours. Mrs. Ilenault lives in an area of suburban Outreniont where lliree-sloroy buildings are jammed so closely to- gether that off-street parking is at a premium and often available only blocks away. Mrs. Henault acquired five tickets for overnight parking that exceeded the four-hour limit. While Newfoundland on assignment, a summons was left for her with her daughter, Suzanne. 16, who took it to court and was told to plead guilty lor her mother. Two policemen look her lo jail last week when she did not pay a bill Ihey presented her for in fines and cos Is. Transit system drivers fined EDMONTON (CP) Two Edmonton Transit System bus drivers have been fined each after pleading guilty to vi olaling the city's anti noisi bylaw. Checks showed that decibe counts for buses driven Terry Walton and Harry Low were from three to six dec: hols above the allowed 90-deei bet level. The Iransit system paid th fines and costs for both drivers POPULAR INSTRUMENT Between 1055 and 1955, gu lar and amplifier sales in th United States rose to ?125 mi lion from million. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE Saturday, April 29, at 9 p.m. at the MOOSE HALL Music by LONGACRES ORCHESTRA FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) PRESENTS THE RUSS MARSH SHOW Dancing and Entertainment Thursday, Friday and Saturday Thursday No Covereharge Friday no for Ladlej p.m. to a.m. Fully licenced; ENTERTAINING IN THE RED COACH LOUNGE 'Hugh Symons1 THURS., FRI., SAT. i THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "The Whitewash' FROM CALGARY rii irin-----rrfr ANNOUNCING NEW HOURS FOR THE NEW WORLD RESTAURANT (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. EFFECTIVE MAY 1 Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS FOR DELIVERY AFTER 8 P.M. PHONE 327-4025 Welcome lo ihe GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT (LICENSED) 1517 Mayor Magralh Drive HOURS: Mon.-Wed. IT a.m. to 2 a.m. Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Sunday 11 am. lo 12 Midnile FOR DELIVERY AND TAKE-OUT SERVICE PHONE 328-2525 Joiui Walerfield .NTERTAINMEINT I. YE E ____. Fridny, April 38, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD -11 Alberta to raise minimum wage Queen of Scots, by the age of 25, had in turn Tarried a child, a fool and a boor. Each of these marital inter- ludes or any one of a hundred incidents would make for an excellent scenario. In Ihe current excursion Into the life of Mary Stuart the span readies from her brief reign as Queen Consort of Fance to her execution, at 45, at Fother- ingay Castle. It's just loo much for how- ever lengthy a movie. Vanessa Hcilgravc, louching- ly vulnerable as Ihe young queen (although no youngster herself) is never allowed to de- velop tiie characterization of She ill-fated monarch; (he last 20 years of her life are too be- wilderingly compressed. Similarly those who shaped her lite and death never become fully realized. Patrick McGoohan is suitabh dour as her tiaIf-brother James Stewart, Earl of Moray. Nige' Davenport bombasts as Both- I, the Lords of Ihe Congrc gallon arc virtually faceless John Knox makes but a tokei appearance and Rizzio ant Darnley seem to flourish only that their violent deaths offer dramatic climax. Even Ifie famed caskcl tellers and their role in Ihe tragedy of ilary are never defined. However, the Television Tud- ors serve the Cinema Stuarts well, providing background that may guide the moviegoer .hrough the shifts and changes of the loosely plotted script. It is hard enough to forgive .he historical inaccuracies Mary and Elizabeth never did meet although Mary desired such a confrontation. Most memorable perform- ance comes from the redoubt- able Glenda Jackson (Eliza- beth) and Timothy Daitoti fas cinates as Darnley. Dallon, at present, seems combination of the young Olivi- er, I'eter O'Toole and Richard Chamberlain. II be interest- ing to see if he becomes his own actor. Still, the Hat Wallis produc- tion is enjoyable a re- freshing if diluted drama, es- pecially in an era of sick flicks. But how much more excifing it would have been had the ventional standards, but i Fame production of Arthui :jy con1 she is a powerful actress who always knows exactly where she is, what she is. This lias never been more evident than in the role of Alix, the divorcee, a woman of im- mense strength and understand- ing. Just as satisfactory Is Pelcr Finch in the painfully com- plex interpretation of the homo- sexual doctor. There is no future in the rela- tionship of the woman and her young lover (Murray nor for the young man and the doctor. Some may fintl the end of this film disappointing nothing EDMONTON' (Cl'i The minimum wage in Allwrla will he increased "to about an hour from likely later this year, Labor Minister Bert Hoho! said today. While saying in an Interview that the present minimum is Milter's The Price. George C. unrealistic, he also rejected a Scolt won an Emmy last year resolved but these are scotch been rocks. served on t ho TKMPOKARY TRIANGLE: If X Y and Zee was the .sow's ear of the cult of the sexual t tangled three some, director John Schlesinger has como up with the silk purse in Sun day, Illnofly Sunday. GlcMicla Jackson is no bcrml VENTURA HOTEL COAtDALE, ALBERTA Presents for your enjoyment TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT! "NIGHT RIDERS" to p.m. We're renovated and fully licensed! 'brief encounters" played out, not to the romantic music of Rachmaninoff, but to the sad- der, wiser tunes of trulh. T.U.A.: Behind lhat cryptic lisling can lies Ihe best and worst of television. Occasioned by live specials, the timing out of sports events, clc., thai leave networks and local stations "up in the In bo announced can be the programmer's nightmare. The uncertainties last Wed- nesday week on Channel 7 were happily resolved with The Iload lo (lie Isles, an hour-long musi- cal journey lo the west coast of Scotland with singer Kenneth McKrllar- McKellar was in great voice and his songs never seemed staged, just a natural joyful outburst prompted by sea, sky, for his portrayal of the police- man who sacrificed his future lo support lus falher. Colleen Dewhurst (the ex-ex-Mrs. Sccll) is excellent as his television wife; Barry Sullivan less effec- tive as the successful doctor brother, and a superb vignette is contributed by the late David Burns as Solomon Ihe second-hand furniture dealer. The year 1971 was quite a year for Scott, an Emmy for this performance, an Oscar (re- jected) for his Palton. There is no doubt that Scoll is one of the best actors in movies today. His portrayals of Bert Gordon, Hustler, Dr. call by the Alberla Federation of Labor, in annual convention here, for a rate. A boost of would make Al- berta's minimum wage the highest in Canada, and 25 cents more than the federal mini- mum. Saskatchewan, with a rats ol that is (o be increased lo hour or less, a labor depart- ment spokesman Dr. llobol said lie has not yet decided whether the In- crease will come after public hearings or by cabinet order. Not satisfied NATAL I HNS) Kcrnle school trustees have authorized s e c r e t a r y-tveasurer E. T. Chambers to retain legal coun- sel in the board's dispute with Croflou I'autlmakors Ltd., tho firm which last year had a con- trad for moving (he Elkford School from Ferine to its site in Ihe Village of Klktord. The board approved a motion the gamlber in The and Buck Turgidson in July, currently leads the provinces. In Ontario (he general minimum is Sl.Gn Mil it is S1.90 for those in Ilic con- for (he'board lo repair struct ion industry, Quebec's funds It lias rote is SI.50. contractor, About IS per cent of Alberta's ami then paying the contractor labor force now earns an 1 whatever is left over The EAGLES Present For Your Dancing Pleasure "The Moon Eagles Hall Friday, April 28th MEMBERS AND GUESTS INVITED earth and island. For the many fortunate enough to have caught this treat and who called asking how to request a repeat, write to: Paid Halms, CBC-TV, Box 500, Station A, Toronto, 116. REPRISE: And the opportun- ity Wednesday p.m., Channel 5) to sec the Hall of the plc- f o r Live Entertainment Nightly From 8 p.m. to 12 Midnight THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY DUKE STUART AND THE COUNTRY BARONS (Entertainment provided betwten band breaks) "DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BILLY JACK" In color. Starring Tom Laughlin and Dolores Taylor. Friday and Saturday, April 2JI and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. Special Saturday matinee at p.m. "GUN FIGHT AT OOMMANCIIE CHEEK'" In color. Starring Audio Murphy. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA'' In Technicolor. Friday and Satin-day, April 28 and 2U. Friday slimy at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "THE ARISTOCRATS" In Technicolor. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April Hi, 29 and 30. Friday show at p.m. Family. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "SLEEPING BEAUTY" In Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, April 2fl aiul 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE DESERTER" In color. Starring Richard Crenna. Chuck Connors and Hicardo Montalhan. Friday, April 28, shows at and p.m. Special matinee Saturday at p.m. "SWORDSMEN OF SIERRA" In color" Family. Suspect held in solitary confinement TORONTO (CP) Karlclon Armstrong remained in solitary confinement in jail today, his application for bail denied, fol- lowing a court ruling Wednes- day that a hearing lor his extra- dition to Ihe United Stales will open ,1une 5. The 25-year-oM Armstrong Is wanled in Madison, Wis., on charges of murder and arson. Charged in Ihe August, 1970, bombing of a University of Wis- consin building in wiiich one man was killed, Armstrong was arrested here Feb. 16. The ex- tradition hearing first was set for May 1 but later changed to June 5. T o r o n t o lawyer Austin Cooper, acting for the state o[ Wisconsin, told Judge Waller Martin the delay is necessary to permit Wisconsin to finish col- lecting affidavits in the case. Armstrong has been on a hun- ger strike in Don jail lor three days. Strangefora will! be long-i-cmem- bered, while a discreet veil may he drawn over his appearance in a nasty bit of trash called Not with My Wife, You Don't! This coming week you'll see Scott at his best in the Arthur Miller play and at your friendly neighborhood theatre in Paddy Chaycfsky's black comedy The Hospital. FADE OUT FADE IN: As TV failures vanish from small screen you'll find a Ihora of pilots competing next season's buyer. You might like lo cheek Chan- nel 5, Sunday at 9 p.m. and Assignment; Munich, mainly because it stars Hoy Sclieiclcr who scored in The French Con- nection. Scheider will be joined in this TV-movie pilot by several ser- ies regulars and refugees. These include Richard Base- hart (Journey lo the Bottom of the Werner Klemperer (Hogan's Robert Heed (The The Brady Bunch) and Perneli Roberts and now you know what happened lo Adam when he left i the Ponderosa! And has anybody not yet read The Godfather? Several million readers have already resolved Ihe question do you read the book or see the movie first' If you have not yet delved into the machina- tions of the Mafiosa you have until May 19 to make the deci- sion when Ihe blockbuster comes lo down. Be prepared also to meet a new star, Al Paciuo. ..CALENDAR: Tonghl To- morrow Music Festival; Monday Symphony Choral Concert; Wednesday Lake- view School of Dance Reciial: Thursday Friday Festival Concert Stars. CandW A. E CROSS 3.d Av.. Today's Showtimes i Friday Short lOO, "Hospital" Last Complete Saturday "Hospital'' Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINF.MA Friday and Saturday Short'Subjects "Mary Queen ot Scots" Last Complete Kiiow Saturday Matinee "Cockeyed Cowboys from Calico Connty" One Complete Show Cqi.I.EGE CINKMA Friday nnd .Saltirday Siiort Subjects "Tales of the Crypt" Last Complete Show GliF.KN ACRES DUIVF.-IN Friday and Saturday "Carry On Doctor" "Man Called Sledge" One Complete Show APPEARING NIGHTLY "AZTEC" Lounge At The EL RANCHO WM. JAMH ROGERS Slar of TV and Radio, recent- ly relufned from Crosi Can- ada Tour wilh "Ann SATURDAY MATINEE ONIY ot 2.15 p.m. CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON ONLY AT P.M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT jj'The of Ijf A LW.1RSAL PICTURE UCHMC010R ALL SEATS THIS SHOW PHONE 7J100 ADIUG.I U ACRES! IlilllliPlW lUNCTiOH OF MAYOR -MGHWAJ I TONIGHT thru SUNDAY Gunning, looting, burning, kiSling! They'll do anything for men's gold! GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT LAURA DEEMS CLAUDE JOHH WEAVEH AKINS BARLEY HIT 'CARRY ON DOCTOR' NO. 2 with the CARRY ON GANG GEORGE C.SCOTT THE HOSPITAL" u ini United Artists MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. NOW SHOWING at and p.m. ENTERTAINMENT lor Five Ai .ulrniv Aw.Mrrh Aarr-- VITK-M Rahi.ur TONITE thru SAT. ot and p.m. Marn.OuceJniof Scots DEfflTH LIVES! "TALES HWK1 THE CRYPT" Adult-nol suitable for children THE VAULT OF HORROR COUEOE TONITE thru SAT.