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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saluidny, April J9, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HFRAID 7 Movie gamble begins llv 1101) THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Will movie goci-s pay tickets to see n movie miido for nml sliown on television? Columbia Pidurcs Is IryinK llio gamble this releasing Brian's Sony in tho new ABC City Tliealrc In Century Cily. It is artvprliscrt as "The lougli tender and true story ot the Clii- rajjo Boars' Galo nnd Brian Piccolo." No mention that the movie ap- peared on tlie ABC television network" last Nov. 30. 'Hie only hint is in the ad line: "The ex- traorrjinaiy film nominated for 11 Emmy Brian's Song was produced by Screen Oems. (lie television rrm of Columbia Pictures. Star- ring .lames Caan and Billy Dec Williams, it tells of the friend- ship o[ pro footballers vSaycis and Piccolo, the latter a cancer victim. When tlie film receiver! a strong response from IV ci'il- ics and audiences alike, n '.est showing tried in a Chicago (lieatre. Screen (Jems President .lolin Mitchell said; "We were inter- ested in finding out the reaction o n theatrical release immedi- ately after the telecast. It was n short run in an oul-nT-llie-way heatrc before Christmas, when lie weather was dreadful. Busi- ness was fair and we didn't really learn anything pro or cm." Mitchell is not certain lhat tlic Los Anpelos run will prove any- tiling, either, lie admitted that Ihe release was timed lo help Ihe film's chances in Has year's Kmmy race. Emmy winners will be announced Slay 14- year Universal tried Ihe same gamhit' with My Sweet Charlie, a highly Emmy-winner film made for TV sinning Pally Duke and Al Freeman Jr. The film was released In one New York (hcalre and flopped. It was withdrawn from Ihcatii- cul showings. Minimum wage plan clarified EDMONTON (CP) UilJOL- Minister Bert Hohol clarified to- day his intentions about an in- crease in Albcrla's minimum wage this year. lie said he is considering an increase lo "about an hour from the present On 1972 TABER RODEO GOLD BAR TICKETS Available from Taber Elks Members or Ben Engleson Box 2224, Taber Draw Date: June 6, 1972 Pasl Winner: JACK MARUYANA, ST. ALBERT Thursday lie had been report, etl as saying in an lhat the increase would lie "li aboul In hi.s clarification, lie said "I won't K've an hour at till Umn. I did say the w o u I d go lo an urea abou 51.75." The Federation of La bor, in annual convention her hi1: week, passed a rcsolutioi calling for a 95-cent increase i] he minimum to Roy Jamha, federation pres: dent, said the increase propose Dr. Ilohol would be we come. He urged local unions t ittcmpt to upgrade the wage, of employees on the low end o he bargaining scale. About 15 per cent of Alberta1 .Bbor force now earns J1.65 lour or loss. LETHBRIDGE 03ddllJ over the Weight Watchers program! SCIENTIFICALLY ADVANCED! NUTRITIONALLY SOUND! 3-IN-1 BONUS PROGRAM! IfllU linilll Jn N NDW' UUIII HUH. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH lllh Slrcel 4lh Avenue S. Tucidayi p.m. end p m. CARD5TON UNITED CHURCH wednejdiyi p.m TADER civic CENTRE ThundAyt p.m. Food seized SYDNEY Austra Ian quarantine officers seize lamb and pork from the luggag of American entertainer Carr Changing, but left her with th rest of orgnnicalJ.v-grown foo slia carried In a suitcase. Channdig sairl on arrival her from Hong Kong LhaL slie wa allergic lo insecticides and prc servalives. MEAT-EATER Tho African grasshopper four inches long and feeds o mice. Shading dealli HIGH PHAIllIH (C1M lie Cardinal. -II, tiooliitu death of William .lohn Creek ijrini'c of the Sucker Cruc'k .In- dian reserve ruled acciclen- ,al by a coroner's juiv. Mr" 1'rincc sliul In Dm lead by a rille uvinud by Cliar- realized BLAIUMOKK (CNIS Bureau) Mrs. Anna Fabro, clinirman of the Ited Cross fund drive, has announced ttiu annual cam- paign realized a lolnl of S51G. Quota set for Blairmore was and the task was unilcr- laken by llic Blaii-morc Catho- lic Women's Lcuguc. The jin y llu- negligent handling of tliu i ille was tha main reason Inr tho shooting. Chief prm ifKKi! coroner Dr. M. M. Cantor told the jury li- quor venders shoulil he mora careful in adheiini! to restric- tions against liquor to intoxicated persons. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SO5S A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suito a- 304 SI. S. Pli. 327-7M4 Ulhbridgi 1 AFTER THE ASSAULT A group of Allica inmales, stripped for searching, line up to be returned to ihcir cell block last Seplcmber 13, afler New York State Pol.ca and sheriff's depulies recaptured iho prison from rebellious inmates. Pholo was released by the New Yortc Stale Special Commission on Atlica, which is conducting on tlie rebellion and recapture. of revolution' disappearing from scene PHILIPS MODULAR JACK'S DEAIER SERVICE SEE THE SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 30Z 13lh ST. N. Passport Photos Candid WKUlngi Tl.T PAUL JACKSON llrrnld OlUwa Bureau MONTR RAT, MJnislc.r of Slale Pat Mahoncy says lia bR- lieves (lie nf violenL con- frontation by tlissidenls afiaLnst governments nnd other estab- lisnecl bodies In North America is rapidly dying. The Calgary South MP told a meeting of top Canadian ajid United States business ex- ecutives hero recently that CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE-SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "F1II.LY .TACK" In color. Slarring Tom Laughlin and Dolm-es Taylor. .Saturday. April 25. Shows nl and p.m. Itpftrirlcd sriull. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Wall IJiMicy's "W.OfjO I.BAGUKS UNDER THE SEA" In Technicolor. Saturday, April 20. Show nt p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Thealre Wall DiMicy'.s "THE AlilSTOCATS" In Technicolor Saturday nnd Sunday, April Z9 and SO. Show Lime each night nt p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Wall Disney's "SLKEI'ING BEAUTY" In IV-clinieolnr Saturday, April 29. Shows at and p.m. Family Showing Sunday. April 30, at p.m. "BATTLE OK NERETVA" In color. An epic chronicle of raw cour- age. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "HOSPITAL" In color. Starring George C. Scott and Diana Migg. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, April 23, Slay 1 ami 2. Saturday stows at and p.m. Arlull yiiilahlc for children. THANK YOU The Oplirniils Club of LelhbncJge wishes lo sinceiely lliank nil those who worked herd lo maVo tha Hika for Tikes (1972) lha success It A ipecial ihonk you lo ihs Sr. Ambulance, leiri- bridge Aiioc. for the Relarded, iho Amateur Radio Amnr., Lcthbridga Club, ihe radio ond TV stations, Ihe Pklurc Bulta Elks dub, I.B.M. Machines, fJio Royal Cana- dian Sea Cadets and of course the hikers and ihrir parents and Jponaors. Now Vidj lol'i linlsh ihe [ob and gel lhal money eollocled and turned In lo tKe bank. A prize will be given for the most money lurned In ny a walker by May 19, 1972. the, "proplicls of revolution1' avo What lias happened. F..ik! Mr. now finding lhat tlicy can Mahoney, is llial governments ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL if no bingo it called in 54 nos. we will continue for NO ONE UNDER lo YEARS ALLOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EUS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY, APRIL 29 RAYMOND CANADIANS change what Ihey dislike In sp- riel.y better by working within tho system. Speaking lo R convention of [lie American Society of Insur- ance Management, Mr. Maho- ney said that in Cauada (he violence of tha FLQ and the murder of Quebec Labor Minis- lei' Pierre Laporte demon- strated the folly of violent revo- lution and the futility of con- fronts lion. He said the fact that the Tru- deau government now welcomes an "input" from private citizens and orfianizalions and that the public's feelings do have an in- tlueuce on legislation has shown (hat government Is EOW no longer lolly or out of touch wilh the penple. Similar changes have occurred in I he United Stales. "Prophets of revolution only two years ago are finding they Indeed, if they are to lie effective the system. In the U.S. radicals such as Abbic HoIImau and Jerry Rubin are dut registering young people (o vote in (he pri- maries. In Canada, Pierre Val- lieros, intellectual leader of the i evolutionary P'LQ, now advo- talos working within the system and, in fact, is at present em ployed on n Local Initiatives Project. uive not proved hnpoivinn.- !o change. They have, in far', rip- vised have snlis- 'ieri a largely disaffected group within out- society Hint Ihe'insli- .ulions of free democracies are a more superior vehicle to achieve goals than violence. However, he said Ins new open form of government has produced one people become frustrated when the government listens to their opinions hut rejects them. "Most of us believe that the opinion we have, been asked lo' produce, being extremlcy ra- i tional and generous, ought to be Lccepted, If and when for one reason or another it is not nc- ceplcd, Ihe frustration is fill that much he saitl. He said these are problems that will have to lie ironed out in ihe future. "It seems lo me clcmcnlary that the consultative process must continue. It is cssenlial that governments at all levels have Ihe benefit of the advice of persons to be affected before enshrining now policies In the THE EL RANCHO CABARET Thursclciy Cabfjret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI REEN ACRES TONIGHT and SUNDAY Ready lo kill far s killing in gold! SATURDAY Gates 7 30 p. Show SlaHs p NO. 2 DOCTOR" In color wilh 'THE CARRY ON GANG" Corner 13fh St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 56 Nos Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 55 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money 20 AU GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH SI. 00 Entry Card 51. QO All Wood Cards Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for member! and their invited guesli Minic Friday nnH Snfjrday Banquet fcicilitiot Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Snliirday Short Sulijctl-s 'IIospiLal'1 LasL Complete Stiovv Snlltlny "SiorL One Complete Show 1 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Matinee 'Cockeyed Cowlioys from Calico County" One Complete Show Short Sulrjccls ''iMary Queen of Scot.s" Liisl Complete Sliow Sunday ShorL'Subjccls "Mary Queen of Ono Complete Sliow COIJJ'XIB C1MCMA "Tales of tlie Crypt" Last Complete Shovr Sunday Short Subjects "Talcs from the One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday "Carry On Doctor" "JIan Called Sledge'1 One Complete Show Sunday on Doctw'1 "Man'Callwl Sledge" If One Complete Show APPEARING NIGHTLY In Tha "AZTEC" Lounge At EL RANCHO WM. JAMES ROGERS Star of TV onJ Rprfio, recenl- returned from Crosi Can- ada Tour with "Ann Murray." PHONE 71100. LRiEN :AtR IUHCTION OF MAYOR I STARTS MONDAY I GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW AT 900 P.M. He was ihe great Indian uprising in the year t-ct's Hear if fop -the HIT NO. 2 'WHICH WAY TO THE FRONT' in color wilh JERRY LEWIS GEORGE C.SCOTT rJHE HOSPITAL" United Arums SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ADULT-MOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN NOW SHOWING cind p.m. AOUJ.T ENTERTAINMENT CINIMA 4lh AVE 6. 8lh ST TONITE thru TUESDAY at and p.m. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. :I for r Ar-uJanv inrlndmg Irit DEAIHUVES! CRYPT' SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. Adult nor for children THE VAULT OF HOHF1OH TONITE thro TUESDAY nl cmd 9 15 p.m. CJOC proudly presents ONE OF THE FINEST GROUPS in THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, formerly called "SLEEPY from SPOKANE, WASH. (for of Tolie, and Dhtrk, _ BVmd oppcnr 'BLIND WILLS ALONG WITH ONE OF ALBERTA'S TOP GROUPS CAPITOL RECORDING ARTISTS Taber Civrc Centre, Saturday, April 29fh from p.m. to a.m.) Show and Dance Combinnlion Sunday, April 30lh, 8 p.m. lo 12 p.m. Lelhbridge Exhibilion Pavilion Tickejj availcrbtc nt Jho door ;