Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
.MONDAY VAIUETV: .Sonnv mill Cllcr 3 p.m., Cli. II: Cuesl Ken Berry (Mayberry dui's a dance solo and gets car- ried away as lie and Cher Ihe movie, Love Story. DEI1ATK: liii-liiinl .Vecilliani. p.m., Cli. 13: Hcnni Under Alliick segment pits students agains the Tiiranto newspaper eulumnist and humor author. UJf.UIA: MiMlJcal rcnliT, 7 Cli. Ill: A .seven-year- old suffering extensive abdominal injuries appears (o have been the victim (if a naienlal healing. Will] Kobcrl Lan- sing. Dyan Cannon. HHA.MA: iMeCluud, Silll] Cli. 13: A New Mexico lawman in .N'jw York falls fur a policewoman assigned to ael as bait for a Central Park mugger. With Susan Saint James. SPECIAL: Pan-Ainrriciin Games, III p.m., Ch. 1. High- lights of fcMbail competition, si'.'iimr.iiig, diving and Iraxing. DKAMA: Ironside, 10 p.m.. Cli. Ill: A parole officer is obsessed with dope pushers initiates a vendetla against, a narcotics parolee. With William Shalner. SPECIAL: Slanfirltl in Cliina, p.m., Cli. 7: High- lights of Progressive Conservative leader Robert Slanlield's Icur of Ihe Orient late last month. LVJ'JJHVHCIV: Ill-ill KUiiml, Cli. 13: Pierre Berlon talks with Peter Sellers' ex-wife, voted of the mo-si licanlilul women in the world. TUESDAY .MOVIE: Halianiii J'assaRc, I p.m.. Ch. 7: Sterling Hay- don and Madeleine Carroll star in a 1941 romance about a young man who brings a beaulilul girl to his family's island. WOMEN'S: Take Dll, p.m.. couvcr's Marine Aquarium. Cli. 7. A visit lo V'an- CHEC if News on the Hour Wealher on I lit Half Hour Richard Gordon Inforrnfltior MONDAY NIGHT John Oliver Show Counlry Dicresf Voice of Cdina Livinq Wi Join Oliv MONDAY NIGHT Prnlio 122T World .T Vx Rob Inqram John Anderson Show Mil Scrunch iUESDAY To! 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The movemenl is organizing a jjiiliojial cnnvcnliun lo be held hc'iu, possibly in late Septem- ber, and iimony other things Mie m e in b c r s Ii i p decide whether Action Canada should become a pclilical party. Sup- purlers are almost unanimous in predicting that it will. Mi. llellycr, former Liberal cabinet minister and a party ler.dc'rship candidate in lOtifi, an- ncunccd the formation of Ihe movement last May. At. Action Canada's headquarters here, workers say membership appli- cations are still "pouring in hue (Jiat there are no up-to-date figures available. WILL HAVE FIGURES Maj.-Gcn. E. D. Armour, the movement's cxcculive-dh'eplor said the membership figures u'ill be announced later. ]Uem- IjLrships were "coming in from ;il] across the country, from ptoplc in all walks of life." While details oC the conven- j Lion aio still lo be worked it will last at least tv.'o (ini. Ai-mtnir .said dc he on 11 it1 membc'r, one PALrL party Ica FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Held over for .1 more days! Academy Award "LOVE STORY" In technicolor. Starring Ali MacGraw and :m O'Neal. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Augosl '.t. 10 and lllh. One bliow nightly at p.m. Adull PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre 'THE IMPOSSIBLE VfOAKS" In (cchnicoinr. .Sinn-iii-.; Nivcn. Monday and Tuesday. August and p.m. A'Jull. TABER Tower Theatre "A CALLED HORSE" Slarring Richard -Ilan-if. Holiday, AligHst Slh only si and p.m. Ariuli. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 1'Jlh and lll'i. "1M2 MOOriSIlUS'E WAR" In color. Slavrmp Palrick McGnoju. Show at and p.m Adult nol .suitable for The inemhcM's will discuss Hie ciyht main ohjcetives uullined fleiljer when lie an- iii ?.-J formation of the movc.- nicnl They include: "Immediate u 1 fair" cuts, mandatory wage and pi ice guides, an in- iLdse in housing lo give every Canadian warm and clean shel- Icr as a mailer of right, envi- ronmental standards which are the highest in the world, a fed- eralism which allows greater democracy at all levels, a streamlining of Hie burciiuc- i modern transportation slims, and tangible programs to allow Canadians lo own their own resources. SFCN AS CERTAIN Eut the most important deci- sion, say members, is whether Action Canada becomes a politi- cal parly and fields candidates in the next geneial election. I lie say Ilial since Action Can- (js goals can only be achieved through the polilcal lem, the movement is cer- tain to move into that arena. Mr. Helyer, now the move ment's founding chairman, would almost certainly become leader of the new pai ty. Sources lie would likely run in his Toronto Trinity riding, which he now represents as an Independ- ent Liberal. Action Canada is collecting membership fees from new from and Gen. Armour said that all "basic preparations" for the fall convention have been financed. The movement's headquarters operates with a staff of 10. BOAC cuts off-season fare to LONDON (AIJ) The slale- j ou'ned British Ovcr.-icas ;-ir- ways Corporation is cninpaisn-; ling for ii SIBO round-trip fare' I between Britain and the Unil'jd Slalo.s and Canada. i i Commenting on aviation in- J dustry reports llaL HOAC I establish tho tariff in de- i fiance of international fare-fix- ing agreements, an nil-lino! .spokesman said it was "going! I (oo far to say are offering" the new low fare, 'lii't that's irhal ivant am! w? prcj- posed." The proposed BGAC fare would apply on transatlantic flights originating at cither end.; It is 521.00 lower the rate suggested by three major North American Aincri-; can, TWA and Air Canada. It is SD1.50 lower Ihan Hie cheapest) existing fare available, the off-1 season cxeursion. BOAC's campaign, if suceess- ful, is almost certain to cause a crisis inside the International Air T r a n s p o r I Association. has lieen fighling lo save its farc-Jixing mechanism, [he aviation industry sources said, i IATA is currently a' fares conference in Montreal. Monday, August V, 1971 THE IttHBRlDCl HERAID 5 IIFAYV KXrOUTS Israel Slut) million worth of dlrus ImiL in the first four I'AHAMOl.'M' Hhurt Subjects "Kiule'1 Last Complete fjillj I'.-Hi.WIOl'.VJ' Shurt Subt'jcts 'r.'l'j Last (.'umplelu Show rOU.JCGIC CINKMA .Shorl Subjeels 13. "Ks'cane J-'rum ilir Planet of the Last. Cumpli'le Show GilKEN ACHKS DIHVE-IN "Sudden Terror" ''Rio On'j Complete Jeep maker dies NEWPORT, R.I. 'AD ,iu- scph Fnmzer, automobile fixcculive and co-founder of the Corp.. died hen? of cancer. As president of the Willys-Overland jtfofors, Inc In 939, Frazer pioneered the. manufacture of economy-priced cars and the manufaclurc ol the Jeep. :rJi his tiny fleering aid fits in ins esr like this Ztr.i'iii's Z-Tu I ust one ol Org oi tf s a Zc'iii'i n Zeriilh hearings aicJs are priced from Lcthbridge Gyro Club CIRCUS EXHIBITION GROUNDS Saturday, Aug. 14 2 and 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 15 and p.m. Tlckrli available from Gyro members. Family licket includes 2 udulls and 2 cfii'Mren 'll97iEfflTIQN Lrfslti i LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bldg. I.FTHBP.IDGE I ________________ I FEATURES AMAZING AG.IE ACf.OEAfS CHAMPION EGUIUBR1STS GJiTTI-CHARLES ELEPHANTS Y ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY GOES" STHATFOKD. On1.. (CP) The Avon Theatre policy of this year's Stratford Festival seems to be to "leave them laughing." Right on the heels of the mon'.h-long run of Eugene La- hiclie and Marc-JIicliel's An Italian Straw Hat, came the opening of a second frcnch fare c. coG grse Feydeau's Tliero's One in Every Marriage. The Fcydeau play is being presented through to b'ipt. 4. after which the Avon will be the site of an international film fes- tival being held in conjunction with Sfratloid's ]9th season. AVhile mys'. of the other five plays being presented this sea- son Uic-ir audience appeal on new 733 St. H. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327.7244 telhbndge El Rnncho Offers Dine Out With Us Mealtime is fun fime in our relaxed homey alrnosphere and wo have a varied menu (hat is certain lo please everyone! ENJOY OUR LUNCHEON BUFFET Every Monday to Friday! Reserve Early To Avoid Disappointment! SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. In our licensed Dining R and pimimcky preaches lo the original the French farces have been presented true lo Ihcii' Ira- dition of broad, rib-IiekJjng en- terailmienl. Superbly directed by Gascon, Ihe festival's r.nblic1 dirco'.ol1. There's One in Every Marriage is a luippy combina- tion of the right play with Hie right cast, which includes Mar- tha Henry, Peter Donai and .leek CrcJey. LEAVES 'EM LALGIIINT; The play's appeal lo acdi- encc v.'as evident from Mu1 al- most continuous and frequent applause of ihc1 capac- ity crowd of fii'sL-nigl'lers. The original text of Fi'.vdeau's play was t a n s 1 a r d adapted for [his prcdrcl'on by Suzanne Grossman ami Vi'liifeliead wilh Alan de- signing the effective period sets and costumes. There's One in Every Mar- riage complo'.es this sei-son's roster of plays which included, besides Ihe other larcc. two Shakespearean plav.s. Much Ado Ahout Nothing and Macbeth. .John Webster's The Duchess of. Malfi and Ben Jorram's Yol- pojie, all these prcscnied at (he main Fcs'.ival Theatre, and the English-language premiere of Enrique Ruenavenliua's The Red Convertible at the Third Slage. The conclucies Oct. IB. i Meets: Tuesdays p.m. and Wednesdays p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH STREET AND 4th AVENUE SOUTH p.m. STARTS THURSDAY if i A' V> T %M fr' i-'-tn-ij s i i iv i j M.se 3 RESTRICTED ADULT TECHNICOLORS PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBR1DGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE TUESDAY, AUGUST lOfh to MONDAY, AUGUST 16th FRITZ SICK POOt 1.IONS POOt HENDERSON POOL Tucs., Aug. lOlh NOON HOUR iWIM 1J.OO- 1.00 l.-OO jhc 1 00- i Public Swim Wod., Aug. lllli NOON HOUR SWIM PubU Sw.m Public Swim 9 00 NOON HOUR SWIM 1 00 Thurs., Aug. 12lli Fri., Aun. 13lh AUC.I. Hlli Aug. 15tli Mon., Aug. 16lli Public Swii NOON HOUR SWIM 1700 1-00 Swim I'ublir Sivim I Oil. 9.00 :oo" V.-OO Public Sw Family S Public Swim 11.00- Public Swim 8.00 Public Swim f.-OO FVMir Swim 10 00- 8.-00 5.00 I'ubl.c J.wlm I 1-00- 9.00 NOON HOUR SWIM 1700- 1 00- Public Swim 1 00 OJ PJib: SWUM Theatres As LOTS OF GUVS SUING WITH A CALL GIRL LIKE BREE. OKE GUY JUST TO KILL HER. RESTRICniD ADULT 4 Wits, in Ca'gary NOW SHOWING at ond 9-1S p.m. Today tssid Tuesday at p.m. OTfTrTill IVSJfT-atftS .'5 j Firs! ____ ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Tonife tlirtj Wed. al nntl p.m.