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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta NAMES at NEWS Former prime minister John Kefenbaker was presented with Prince -Albert's first honorary citizenship during ceremonies to open new cine administra- tion offices. Mayor Val Locgworth, mak- ing the presentation to Mr. Die- fenbaker saiJ it was fitting that, be be named the first honorary citizen since I: was the first of t h r e e prime ministers who represented this federal riding woo actually was a resident of Prince Albert. "While we reflect on the glo- ry of bis greatness perhaps the greatest step forward has been his progress in the face of dif- Mayor Longworth said. TkMBMii is giving up the efounavhin of the com- Bury Actor In Ireland pany publishing the Edinburgh Scotsman, the newspaper he ac- quired in start off his huge invasion of the British communications and business world. Lord Thomson, 75, sari in London the step is part of a move to ease Hs work load in attending meetings of his many companies. He remains chair- man of the Thomson Organiza- tion, the over-all corporation controlling his many British in- terests. Finance Minister Edgar M said in Toronto the capital gains proposals in the govern- ment's white paper on taxation would be especially teugh on art collectors. He told a meeting of 50 mem- bers of the Canadian Wholesale Drug Association that the capi- tal gains proposals would affect collectors who buy art as spec- ulative investments. "I've had people tell me they can make more money coUect- Aptil 29, 1970 THE IFIHSRIDCE HEKAID 7 O1LEGE INEMA COUiCtMAU 328-6300 ROBERT REDKKD POSITIVELY ENDS TONIGHT BUTCH CASSWANQ THE SUNDANCE WO ADULT Hot Bat it milsrs.W at it Is 2 SHOWS TONIGHT AT AND P.M. C0103 BV DELUXE PHONt 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN SANTA BARBARA, Ca'if. (AP) Fuil military honors planned in Dublin, Ireland, for veteran character actor Ar- thur Shields, a participant in the Irish uprising of 1916, who died here o{ emphysema. Shields, 74, was a younger brother of the lale Barry Fitz- gerald. Shields is the family- same.' [Although both were Protes- tants, Shields and'his brother frequently played Roman Catb> lie priests ir. films. One'of Shields's most memo- rable roles was in The Quiet Man "in which he portrayed a clergyman who wagered on the outcome of a knock-down, drag- out battle between John Wayne and the late Victor McLaglen. For two decades he per- formed in Dublin's Abbey Thea- tre, playing more than 300 roles before conring to Hollywood.. His other films include Wore a Yellow Ribbon, National Velvet and Little Nellie Kelly. NEW BADGES Uwyrrt, fcetan, iertisi! u4 chap- lain hi the Caudian MW kave tutimrt tip ud U- fel badges wfcith will to warm with the gree> waXktag- Mt if the nttied cer- vices. They are: (Wt ta right) legal wrvices, dortal Hnices, ntdicil sen-kef ud cllpUii tenicts. JOHN DIEFENBAKER Honorary Citiien RAISE BANK RATE LISBON (ReuterO The Bank of Portugal increased its bank rate to 5.5 from three per cent Monday and interest rates of commercial banks and credit houses were also put up by one- half per cent. can in the stock be said. Deposed Cambodian head .of state Norodom Sikanook appar- ently is a prisoner in China, External Affairs Minister Wil- liam McMahon said in Sydney, Australia. McMahon said reports on the whereabouts of the former DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC sum 5th st. s. Abow Notional Stare 327-7244 Uthbridfi ROSS HQSAK, C.D.M. Cambodian leader are conflict- ing.' "Sometimes you bear that he's in Hanoi, at other times in Peking, and at other times in other parts .of Communist McMahon said Neic Badges For Armed Services OTTAWA (CP) Doctors, dentists, lawyers and chaplains in the armed forces win have new badges to wear with their green uniforms this year, the defence department announced today. Medical services wiH have an oval badge of gold mapke leaves arouod the rod of the symbol of the royal crown. The dental badge also has the rod of Aesculapius plus the Greek symbol Delta, signifying dentistry, and the Crusader sword emblematic of the mil tary aspects of the deniali ices. The badge for legal officers includes a blunted sword mercy, the scales of justice 2 the inscription Fiat justic prevail. Chaplains win wear ;an ova. badge of maple leaves with royal crown over the Latin GRANTED ASYLUM NEW YORK (AP) The fHlt iTlCniOlJUU atUU. iiuii vtu- j What 1 believe to be United stales has granted'politi cal to a sea-going Soyi curate is that be is a prisoner of Cotnmuast Cbma.' Sihanouk arrived in Peking from Moscow March 19, the day after his ouster by the Cambo- dian legislature. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT GENERAL LACROSSE CLINIC LETHBRIDGE ARENA MAY 2-3, 1970 The Porks and Recreation Deportment of the City of Lelhbridge will be sponsoring a "General Lacrossa Clinic" at the Lethbridge Arena on Saturday, Moy 2nd starting at a.m. and or Sunday, May 3rd start- ing at a.m. Registration! will be Hken from a.m. to a.m. on Saturday, May 2, 1970. Registration fee will for those under 18 years of age, arid for adults. The clinic will follow the Alberta lacrosse Associa- tion Program and will be open to all Interested persons in Southern Alberta. For further information, please contact Mr. Steve Amman, Recreation Program Co-Ordinator, City of LethbrTdge at 328-2341, local 236. who was flown here f treatment from a Russian traw lei after taking an overdose barbiturates. Daina Palena, 25 is recovering in hospital here Soviet embassy officials visile her twice last 'week to ask tha she withdraw her request 1 asylum, but she refused. Preferential Press Rates Eliminated WASHINGTON (AP) The' nited States Federal Commu- Commission ordered oday an end to preferential tel- egraph and telephoto rates for press. The FCC ordered American telephone and Telegraph Co. and Western Union to file any aw rate schedules needed .thin 30 days and to efamnaie e preferential rates within 50. iys. The decision applies, the FCC ..aid, to "private-line services r press associations, news agencies, radio networks, radio iroedcasting stations, news- periodicals and other eneral circulation publications ublisUng general news for ubfic information." The FCC affirmed an initial issued June by tearing examiner Forest L IcClenning, and agreed with iim that press spokesmen ha ailed to prove that application to them of commercial wire stes would significafitry the dissemination of news. The FCC said A.T. and T. and Western Union were receiving unreasonably tow earnings from rivale-lke telegraph services md that there irere "no service or cost differences that would justify either tower press rates or preferential press conditions, such as part-time leasing privi- .Columnist Dies NEW YORK (AP) Fiorabel rtuir, Hollywood columnist of The Daily News, died Monday of a heart attack in a Angl- es convalescent home. She was 10. Miss Muir joined The News D1928 as a police reporter, tak- ng over its Hollywood column when Hedda Hopper died in 1966. other fewer eight rates, or clock-hour rate differ- IllNCliON Of MRKOR WAGRATH COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT and THURSDAY 1 ebces advocated by UK press." SALAZAR IS SI LISBON (AP) Former pre- mier Antonio De Olhiera Sala- zar, the dicWor who ruled Por- tugal for almost 40 years before suffering a stroke 20 months ago, marked his 81st birthday at his home today. The stroke left Salazar with a speech impedi- ment and paralysis of the left side. Today's Showrimes CAPITOL THEATRE- Spirit of the Dead- Short Subjects- Last complete PARAMOUNT Gaily Short Last complete PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Butch Cassidy and the Sun- dance Short Last complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-DJ- Road "Hell's One complete Don't make a SLIP-OP on your lrt (osy to SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTCN Moyfair Theatre color. Starring Omar Sharif and Jack Palance. Wednesday, April 29. Show, at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "ACE Technicolor. Starring Eli Wallach. Wed- 'nesday, April 29. Show at p.m. Adult PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "EASY RIDER" starring Peter Fonda, and Dennis Hopper. Wednesday and Thursday, April 29'and 30. Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult TABER Tower Theatre "THE KILLING OF SISTER Beryl Reid and Susannah York. Wednesday April 29. Shows at and p.m. Restricted AAilt. Men Oirt Lifi thi Frnnlty Merit .jr t INCOME TAX htm, mmm cvn cost yov Wny raitc ttw nsk WTWB rf< M and W SUtt jrwr rarvrn is proptrff vj cnvcud 0no _____________________________ We occwoft prtporotion 0f crtrr tox rtlm. If makt pay errors ftwf covt yov cmy Bwnotrf cr tttittttf, we will pay pwohy Mttnt, 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 9-9 WEEKDAYS 9-5 SAT. NO APPOINTMWT NKISSAKT TH I 327-3712 I CARDS FOR THE KINSMEN CLUB OF CALGARY KINGO BINGO GAMES) SATURDAY, MAY 9th CFCN TV P.M. at: JOHN HACK'S MIN'S SAFIWAY STOtIS LTD. STEWAim HOIK' WEAK OStODNE'S LADIES' WUI tOIO't PHARMACY TAMtLYN DKUO WKTM1NSTK DKUGS INwfh VALUE VIUAC-t e smon SEWINO CENTRE MAFFINS DRUGS e LAKEV1EW MUO ADULT IS WHAT THENEW FREEDOM OF THE SCREEN IS ALL -Richard Sdw-keLUfe "A cockeyed niasterpiece- ?ee it twice." tltwtwttk is the best American war comedy since sound came -Pauline Katl. Ne w Yorker- begins where other anti-war, .ENDS TONIGHT "GAILY GAILY" IN with KAU NUDGES RESTRICTED ADULT 2 SHOWS and p.m. FILM CONTAINS SEQUENCES Of CORY SURGICAL OPERATIONS. HIT "ROAD HUSTLERS" NO. In Caler wHh Scott Brady GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW STARTS P.M. cinema TONIGHT and THURS. at and p.m. ADULT Color ADDED EXTRA COLOt CARTOON RATURETTf I NEXT ATTRACTION I HoR THE MOllY MAGUIRES' With RICHARD HARRIS SEAN CONNERY OLLEGE I NEMA COILEGEMALL 328-6300 STARTS TOMORROW HERE IT IS -THE FIGURE THAT WON THE ACADEMY AWARD FOR 'MAGGIE SMITH' AS "BEST ACTRESS" ADULT I MAS II n Prodgctxn DONALD SUTHERLAND'ELLlOnGOULO'TOMSKERRITT -non DWU-JOWI ptuc- EK unncs KOPKWKEr! Q Mir kf STARTS TOMORROW "BI6...EXTRAORDINHRY... SIMPLY GREAT.., Maggie Smith's performance is staggering." -Cinbf, H.Y.limn p.m. STARTS TOMORROW ENDS TONIGHT 'SPIRITS DEAD' MNE FONDA-PflER FONDA 2 of most exciting pieturw ever presented on Hie KJTTW program (ADUIT) CUNT TWOOO 6IVCSNEW1rMK_ OVTOFTOWN.' Easrwocx) suuft" m BOUM-A uNtvnwM. Picrum IT TEARS YOU APART WITH SUSPENSEI MATINEE DAIIY p.m. IAST COMniTE SHOW AT P.M. ;