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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jailed for parking MONTREAL (CP) Doro- thy IlcnnuU, mother ot two teen-agers and an employee ot 111 National Film Hoard, came out of Tani'nay women's prison after fovir days this week still saying the parking law dial sent her there is un- just. Out "I clon'L intend to go oul of my to tfc-t put in jail she said. Airs, llcnnull hat' her eithl- day term reduced by hall since she was a first offender. The involved is a pro- vincial statute making it ille- gal to park on a road or slreel in the same spot lor more than four hours. Mrs. Henault lives in nn area of suburban Untremont where (hrce-slorey buildings arc jammed so closely to- gether that uff-strcct parking is at a premium and often available only blocks away. Airs. Henault acquired five lickel-s for overnight parking Dial exceeded the funr-liour limit. While in Newfoundland on assignment, a summons was left lor her with her daughter, Suzanne, 1G, took it to court and was told to plead guilty lor her moUier. Two policemen look her lo jail last week when she did not pay a bill Ihey presented her for ;M7.50 in fines and cos Is. Traiisil system drivers fined EDMONTON (CP) Two Edmonton Transit System bus drivers have been lined each after pleading guilty lo vi- olaling the city's anti noise bylaw. Checks showed that decibel counts [or buses driven by Terry Walton and Harry Lowe were from three to six deci- bels above the allowed M-deci- bel level. The Iransit system paid the (ines and cosls for both drivers. INSTIIDSIKNT Between 1055 and 1965, gui- tar nnd amplifier sales in thp United Slates rose lo mil- 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 ____. Friday, 38, 1972 THE LETHBRIOGE HERAID 11 Alberta to raise Joan Walerfield NTERTAINMENT 1. YE E JITAIIY, Queen of Scots, by Hie age of 25, bad in turn larried a child, H foot and a boor. Kach 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 spnu reaches from her brief reign us Queen Consort of Fance lo her execution, al 45, al Fother- ingay Castle. It's just loo much for how- ever lengthy a movie. Vanessa Kcilgravc. touching- ly vulnerable as Hie you FIR queen (although no youngster herself) is never allowed to de- velop Llic cliaraclcrizntion of (he monarch; the lasl 20 years of her life are loo be- wilcicringly compressed. Similarly Lhosc who shaped her life and death never become fully realized, Patrick McGoohan is suitably clour as ber half-brother James Stewart, Earl of Moray. Nigel Davenport bombasts as Both' well, the Lords of Ihe Cong re- Cation arc virtually faceless, John Knox makes but a toker appearance and Rizzio anc Uarnley seem to flourish only (hat their violent deaths n offer dramatic climax. Even I he famed caskcl letters and (heir role in Ihn Irngedy of MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) PRESENTS THE RUSS MARSH SHOW Duncing end Entertainment Thursday, Friday and Saturday Thursday No Coverchargc Friday no for Ladiei p.m. lo a.m. Fully licenced' ENTERTAINING IN THE RED COACH LOUNGE 'Hugh Symons' 1HURS., FRI., SAT. are never defined. However, the Television Tud- ors serve the Cinema Stuarts (Veil, providing background that may guide the moviegoer -hrough the shifts and changes of the loosely plol'.ed script. It is hard enough lo forgive .he historical inaccuracies Mary and Elizabeth never did meet although Mary desired such a confrontation. M o s L memorable perform- ance comes from the redoubt- able Glenda Jackson beth) and Timothy Dailon fas- cinates as Darnley. Dailon, at present, seems a combination of Die young Olivi- Peler O'Toole and Richard Chamberlain, ft will be interest- ing lo see if he becomes his own dor. Still, Ihe Hal produc- tion is enjoyable a re freshing if diluted drama, cs- pcc'ially in an era of sick flicks. But how much more exciting it would have been had the scotch been served on t ho rocks. TKMPOHAtlY TRIANGLE II X Y and Zee was Lhe .sow'; ear of the cult of the sexual Ij tangled three some, director John has come np with Ihe -silk purse in Sun day, Rlnruly Sunday. (ilrmla Jarkson is nn brrui VENTURA HOTEL COAIDALE, ALBERTA Presents for your enjoyment TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT! "NIGHT RIDERS" to p.m. We're nnwly renovated and fully licensed! THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "The Whitewash" FROM CALGARY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI ANNOUNCING NEW HOURS FOR THE NEW WORLD RESTAURANT (LETHBR1DGE) LTD. EFFECTIVE MAY 1 Monday fo Saturday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CLOSED SUNDAYS FOR DELIVERY AFTER 8 P.M. PHONE 327-4025 Welcome lo llic GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT (LICENSED) 1517 Mayor Magrath Drive HOURS: Mon.-Wed, TT o.m. to 2 o.m. 7hurs.-Saf. 11 a.m. to 3 o.m. Sundciy 11 am. lo 12 Midnile FOR DELIVERY AND TAKE-OUT SERVICE PHONE 328-2525 The EAGLES Present For Your Dancing Pleasure "Tlie Moon Glows" Eagles Hall Friday, April 28th MEMBERS AND GUESTS INVITED ,jy conventional standards, but 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, .he divorcee, a woman of im- mense strength and understand- ing. Just as satisfactory Is Peter Finch in tlie painfully com- plex interpretation of the homo- sexual doctor. There is no future in the rela- tionship of tlie woman and lier young lover (Murray or for the young man and the doctor. Some may find Ihe end of this film disappointing nothing s resolved but these are 'brief encounters" played out. not to Ihe romantic music of Hachmaninolf. hut lo the sad- der, tunes of truth. T.U.A.: Behind that cryptic listing can lies the best and worst of television. Occasioned by live specials, the timing out of sports events, clc., thai leave networks ant local stations "up In Ihe In he announced can be the programmer's nightmare. The uncertainties last Wed nesday week on Channel 7 wen happily resolved with The Iload lo tlie Ksles, an hour-long musi ual journey to the west coast o Scotland wilh singer KcnnrMl McKpllar- McKellar was in great voice and his songs never s c e m c c staged, just a natural joyfu outburst prompted by sea, sky earth and island. For the many fortunat enough to have caught this trea and who called asking how t request a repeal, write lo Paid Harms, CBC-TV, Bo: 500, Station A, Toronto, 116. REPULSE: And the opportun ity Wednesday p.m. Channel 5) to sec the Hall o production ol Arthur liter's The Price. George C coll won an Emmy last yeai r his porlrayal of llic police- au who sacrificed his future to upport liis father. C o 11 c c r ewhurst (Iho ex-e.x-Mrs. Scctl. excellent as his television ife; Darry Sullivan less effec ve as ttie successful doctor rother, and a superb vignett s contributed by the Ial avid Burns as Solomon (li econd-hand furniture dealer 'he year 19YI was quite a car lor Scott, an Emmy fo ns performance, an Oscar (re ccted) for his Palton. There o doubt that Scoll is one ic best actors ill movies lodas [is portrayals ot Kcrt Gordon gamlher in The Hustler nd Buck Turgidson in Di trahgoTove willl be long-l'emcn icred, whiie a discreet veil ma e drawn over his appearanc n a nasty bit of trash calle STol wilh My Wife, You Don'i This coming week you'll st bcott at his best in the Arlhr ,Iiller play and at your friendl neighborhood llicati-c in Packl black comedy Tt lospilnl. FADE OUT KADK IN: A TV failures vanish from small screen you'll find a pi Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY DUKE STUART AND THE COUNTRY BARONS (Enter lain men) provided between band Lireaki) "DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BILLY JACK" In color. Starring Tom Laughlin and Dclorcs Taylor. Friday and Saturday, April 2! and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. licslriclctl adult. Special Saturday ni.ilinec a( p.m. "GUN FIGHT AT COMMANCIIE In color. Starring Audio Murphy. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA" III Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, April 28 and Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "THE ARISTOCRATS" In Technicolor. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 2fl, 29 and 30. Friday show al p.m. Family. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's ''SLEEPING BEAUTY" In Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, April 2H and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday al p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE DESERTER'' In color. Stan-ing Hichard Creiuia, Chuck Connors and Hicardo Montalban. Friday, April 28, shows at and p.m. Special matinee Saturday at p.m. ''SWORDSMEN OF SIEnilA" Tn color. Family. t held in solitary confinement TOIIO.MO (CP) Knrlclo inslmnB remained in solilar confinement in jail lixlay, hi application for bail denied, fo lowing a court ruling Wcdnci day lhat a hearing for liis extra dilion lo (lie United Slates open June 5. The 25-year-old Armstrong 1 wanted in Madison, charges of murder and arson. Charged in the August, 1970 bombinc of a University of Wis consin Imilding on man was killed, Armstrong arrested liero Fclj. 16. The [I'adilion hearing first was se for May 1 but lalcr changed t June 5. Toronto cr Austl Cooper, acling for the state Wisconsin, told Judge Walle Martin Hie delay is necessary permit Wisconsin to finish co lecting affidavits in the case. Armstrong lias been on a hui gcr strike in Don jail for Hire (lavs. Toddy's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short (1-50 "Hospital" Nast Complete Saturday "Hosplli.P Complete Sliow CINKMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Mary Queen of Scots" Lasl Complete Show Snlunhiy Matinee1 "Cockeyed Cowboys from Calico County" Or.e Complete Show COI.r.KGK CINKMA Friday and .S.idirday Short Subjects "Talcs of Ule Crypt" Complete Show Friday ami Saturday "Cany On Doctor" "Man Called Sledge1' One Complete Show fPo minimum KDMOXTON' The inimum wage in AHwrla will c increased "to about S21' an our from SI 55, likely later lis year, Labor Minislor Bert ohol said today. While saying in nil lutci'ucw ial the present minimum is nrealislic, he also rejected a by the Albcria Fedi'ralion i Labor, in annual convention ere, for a rate. A of S'2 would make Al- erla's minimum wage the ighest in Canada, and 25 cents more than the federal niiiu- Saskatchewan, with a rau- ol 1.70 that is (o be increased lo 1.75 in July, currently leads he provinces. In Ontario the jcueral minimum is SU-ri hut t is Sl.M for those in llic con- Iruc t i o n induslry. Quebec's wage id hour nr nicul spokesman rtcpnrt- Dr. 1 loliol Kukl lie lias not vet decided whether Uic in- crease will comi? after public hearings or by cabinet order. Not satisfied NATAL IIIXS) I'crnls school trustees secret a ry-licnfcurcr K. T. Chambers to retain leeal comv pel in the board's dispute with Crottor. I'iiiiL-linaknrs Ltd., Iho firm which last vi-uv had n con- dad fur moving iho Klktord School from Fcniie to its site in Ihe Village ol Klktord. The board approved a mollrni calling for the board lo repair funds It lias is finm conliacloi, About la per cent uf Ahjei'la's and llien paying Ihe contractor labor force now cams> anUhaU'ver is left oier Candid WMdTngi A. E. CROSS STUbiO Phon. 3JB-OIII 710 3rd Av.. S. horn ot pilots competing next season's buyer. You might like lo chock Cha l 5, Sunday at 9 p.m. Assignment; Munich, main >ecausc it stars Hoy Sclicid who scored in The French Co necLion. Scheider will be Joined in th TV-movie pilot by several se ies regulars and refugees. These include Richard Bas hart (Journey lo tlie Bottom of :he Werner Kleinpercr (Ilogan's Robert Heed (The The Brady Bunch) and Pcrncll Kobcrls and now you know what happened lo Adam when he lefl Hie Ponderosa! And has anj'body not y c t read The Godfather? Several million readers have already resolved Ihe question do you read Ihe hook or FCC the movie first7 If you have not yet. delved inlo the machina- tions of Ihe Matiosa you have until May 19 to make Ihe deci- sion when the blockbuster comes to down. Be prepared also to meet a new slav, Al Paciuo. ..CALENDAR: Tonghl To- morrow Music Festival: Monday Symphony Choral Concert; Wednesday Lake- view School of Dance Recital: Thursday Friday Festival Concert Stars, SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY ut 2.15 p.m. CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON ONLY AT P.M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Tk Fabray si ALL SEATS THIS SHOW PHONl 71100 AD IUE _ I U RE EN ACRES! IUNCTIOH OF MAYOR HIGHWAV I TONIGHT thru SUNDAY APPEARING NIGHTLY In Thu "AZTEC" Lounge At The EL RANCHO WM. JAMES ROGERS Slar of TV and Radio, retonl- ly from Crosi odd Tour wilh "Ann Gunning, looting, burning, killing! That'll do fnfthing lor either men's goldt GATtS AT P.M. SHOW AT 8.00 P.M. 'LAURA DENNIS CLAUDE JOHN HHTOHELLI WEAVER AKINS BARLEY HIT 'CARRY ON DOCTOR' NO. 2 wilh the CARRr ON GANG It ini SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN NOW SHOWING MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M.______ol and p.m. GEORGE C.SOOTT THE HOSPITAL" United Artists TONITE thru SAT. of and p.m. torl'ivc A> .iilrmv in DEAIBUVES! "TALES H10M THE CRYPT Adull-nol uilablo lor children TONITE thru SAT. n( and p.m. CJOC proudly presents ONE OF THE FINEST GROUPS In THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, formerly cal'ed "SLEEPY from SPOKANE, WASH. (for residenls 'BUND WILLIE' of Tabcr anrf District Blind Willie will appear ot Ihc ALONG WITH ONE Or ALBERTA'S TOP GROUPS CAPITOL RECORDING ARTISTS Tuber Civic Centre, Saturday, April 29th from 'FAINTEST p.m. to o.m.) Show and Danco Combination Sunday, Apiil 30lli, 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. Lelhbridgo Exhibition Pnvilion Tkkels avoilnble at Hie door ;