Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
11, T972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALB _ 9 record banned CAHACAS, Venezuela (Reu- tor) Police have impounded copies ot Iho long-playing record The I'opc Smokes Dope, on tho grounds that it is dis- js re-lelerasl One of the most treacherous reefs in tho area around the British Virgin. Islands is the Anefrada llccf, which is known to have claimed over 2UO ships. Lying in the sand and coral beneath the clear waters am the remains ot vessels of the lioyal Navy, Spanish frigates, French privateers, and mer- chanlment from Holland, Am- erica, and Denmark. Dr. Dan Nelson, EJI. Ontario denfel, became interested in the Anefiiulit wrecks, got back- ing from the Itoyal Ontario Museum ami the resultant film, rr.tillecl will bo re- peated on the CliC-TV network Sunday, August 13 at p.m. in color. The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE OPTICAl PRESCRIPTION COl rcpcclful to tlie Roman Catho- Uc Church. The record produced by for- mor IJoullG John in- cludes such phrases as "Tlie 1'opo smokes weed while saying and "Priests net drunk while the Pope says mass." LONDON (AP) Deborah Kcrr, ScotlMi-born star of many Hollywood movies, is re- turning to the London stage after an absence of 17 years, it announced Wednesday. Miss Kerr, 60, will open ot the Ly-ic Tliealre on Oct. 4 in a new play by Frank Harvey called The Day After the Fair. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) Actor Tony Curtis has won temporary custody of two daughters, Alexandra, 8, and Allegra, li, from their mother, German actress Christine Kauffman. Curtis said in a complaint lhat the children were shuttled back and forth from country to country and were left with an assortment of governesses while in their mother's custody. Judge Edward Brand on Wednesday set a custody hear- ing for Oct. 9 and issued a re- straining order preventing Miss Kauffman from taking the chil- dren out of fjie country. Alexandra and Allegra ore staying with Curtis and his third wlfo Leslie, in their Bel Air home. Curtis was married to Miss Kauffman from 1363 lo 1068. Earlier, he was married to ac- tress Janet Leigh. joun Waterfield NTERTAINMENT LYE E T T LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms FRIDAY "JERRY and THE TRAVELLERS" SATURDAY "TAMARAX" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Trade Unionist and Friends of Labour We ask for your support by patronizing the follow- ing Union Houses under contract the under- signed Union. Alexandra Hotel Dallas Hotel Garden Hotel Lethbridge Hotel Marquis Hotel Plainsman Hotel York Hotel Lethbridge Labour Club Miners Library Club El Rancho (Oulridcr Beverage Room only) HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES 2, BARTENDERS INTERNATIONAL UNION LOCAL NO. 73, IETHBRIDGE SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "KOMKTIMKS A (illEAT NOTION" In Technicolor. SliriTirif! 1'mil Newman, Henry Fonda, Itcmick and Friday ,ind Saturday, August II and 32. J'riday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Koitablo For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "UVINfi FltK.K" In Technicolor. KI.-irririK Nigel Davon- porl. A ScquH In 'Horn Free'. I'Yiday and Saturday, Angu.sl. 11 ;irul 12, Frirlay shmv.s at and p.m. Tilalinoo .Saturday nt p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre TRUE GRIT" Tn Technicolor. Klarring John Wayne, Glen Campbell anil Kim Darby. Friday and Salurday, August 11 and !2. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THK KKD TKNT" In Technicolor. Starring .Scan Con- nrry, Chinin Hardy Krugcr and I'eler Finch. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Augiisl II, 12 and 13. l-'i show al p.m. Family. PiNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MAKY, QITF.F.N OF SCOTS" In Technicolor. SUirrinf? Vanessa KcdRrnvc, Glcnda Jackson. Nigel Davenport and Trevor Howard. Friday and Saturday, AupLst II and 12. Friday shows at and p.m. Adiill. TABER Sky-Vue Drive-In "ONCK UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" In color. Slar- ring Henry Fonda, Jnson Robnrds and Gabrlde Frirtny nnil Saturday, August 11 and 12, Friday cnr- Imni sl.ii Is at MH p.m. Adult Not Kiiilabtc For Child- MIUAT YY1W 000-ny anil Cher miroaucea songs oinor han their own me muieieers in mo prouuc- L on of Man of La Mancha. Next s 10 grandstand appeal rose is Camelol in which 1) jr the week the material, but, as and his wife (also a c talc Fair got off to a closed where there wilt appear. p iat had tho turnstiles been a standing in the Fifties a season L chilled crowd was on summer theatre under the Comedian David and moving of professional actor- h has sscn on Dean Goodman and n the diuifiiw Carson CARPET: The the backing of local busi- Gcistcrcd well In a board rolled it out lor was attempted in t varm-up stint for a crowd of 000 in the unsheltered laying on cars driven by Cascade County and met with mbied s uccess. At that time there was s (ishing, Yates Centre and the view Tlie weather (rainy) and the Downing of the state fair queen rvhich preceded his act got heir share of his wit. Then he cUik his comcdic teeth and a shopping spree which Sonny and Cher out-Jilted in western logs three-, year-old daughter C hastily, who made a brief stage the Civic Centre floor was not ideal for patrons. Summer musicals under he C ponsorship of Allied Arts Jouncil and later i ifoting rivalries, Theatre had severa I lurt Reynolds and western air-incs the only airlines ivilh house to house Brenner's stuff is fairly un-subtEc but with good timing Set among lawns and trees, the Great Falls Exhibition buildings are attractive and exceptionally Vf'dl lit TTie arts which seasons and brought along t nany fine young players. t Why not again? Summer heatre can mean financial loss lhat neither Arts Council nor it clicked in an act now beginning to get a was neatly clean. With' Brenner off, the crowd was ready for Sonny and in Canada at western exhibitions are given intensive coverage indeed the inve mt the pace set by the Board has Instituted dian dropped, as the stage bant] oak tfic all-loo-usual of purchasing a painting annually from those able time to net up for Anaconda Company nptron an excellent Is There's no entertainment with a watching extension cords the lop entry. Baking, (Reuter) Iran Js ng across- a stage or the handicrafts which ahead toward the crea- vious irritation of the from the of a giant petrochemical guitarist at the problems are a large part of seeking to become ed by the weather even well displayed, of the world's major sup- >i t of ra zf e-ff a by rewarded. rummer would have helped to jridgo the gap. However, the crowd was pa-icnt, if damp, and llic appearance of Cher in a are contiguous with Ihe times well publicized anc EVERYWHERE there are pleasant places to sit and observe or In petrochemicals durif.g the last five years have exceeded million while [urtlier investment of about billion is forecast for Ihe re- Hiadcd gown lhat fitted like 'irsl skin was worlli the THEATKE: of the decade. ]f admission and the wait. Sonny and Cher are a professionals, apprentices are gathered in a was the first Middle East country to produce oil, more than 6 years ago. The engaging couple find thoii marital kibitzing clicks in c uhs and in their companies across Montana providing a season of live also pioneered the region's petrochemical industry. s to which it in for tourists and basic raw material for On the open air stage the bed room bickering goes on too long and the casual approach re-reals into the Bigfork Summer Playhouse, north end of Flatheac Lake tho program alternates A Flea in Her Ear, petrochemical industry is natural gas which has been discovered hero in abundance. More than three billion cubic Tho show recovers as and Guys ond of gas a day riso to the lair run their repertoire Virginia City Opera with oil production, liils, You've Got a Friend, mcller-drama with of it in the southern Way of Love, Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves, winding up Player Mine or The Ghost ly Treasure with a bonus Under a gas-for-slecl tica The Beat Goes On. Cher Nineties variety the Soviet Union, about ularly registers with a in Missoula The billion cubic feet of Iranian ease and considerable winding up with The gas a day is being ex- al forco that hits her Blue to Russian from the Bozeman it's Dr. Iran oilfields through The pair get excellent at the Loft Theatre, R83-mile pipeline. ing from tho orchestra Tho Fantaslicks at the projected construc- s lould have been allowed Brewery and in Fort ot a second pipeline, the play more than a single Glasgow (Mont.) high will increase to bil- and It would have stemmed Steve Hansen, cubic feet a day. diminishing interest if the as music director and STEEL MILL The Soviets, who shared in GERMAN tho pipeline, are completing a huge steel mill dcve -opmenl in the southern town o Isfahan in return for the gas exports. They also will help CANADIAN the second pipeline. With abundant natural gas, oil, petroleum products an( REGULAR other minerals available, [here is strong belief here tha all the re-sources arc available highly competitive Saturday, Aug. 12th 9 the world markets for petrochemicals, particularly in tho FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE, WE cast of the Suez cans "Music By MEMBERS AND GUESTS Tickets For Our "BAVARIAN ys SEPT. 2nd FEATURING JjS ERWIN'S ALPINE BAND IJjKe) Am On Sale Now At (yO OLD COUNTRY SAUSAOS 1 NORTH SIDE BAKERY 1 DECAIRE'S BARBER SHOP 1 Gel Your Earlyl If Inn Restaurant THE IETHBRIDGE fc 4fel im ELKS 1251- 3 Ave, S. is pleased fo present direct from Great To A Montana and Phoenix, Arizona Account luncheons, friend- "Bruce meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal Aug. 14th to Aug. Luncheon SPECIALS" For Your Listening and Dancing IN THE IN THE "PUB" Members and Invited Marchand Hayed by opposition LMT can afford. It means the sacrifice ol a summer holiday by willing and UNPAID work- ers. Just how much should peo- ple be asked lo give TTie talent is here, the audience Is here from whence cometh the backing? KING AND I: Lily Larlcr and tho students and staff of Win- ston Churchill High brought in a dandy production of the 1951 Broadway hit this year. At the Guy Lombardo Jones Beach Ampitheatre, capacity Constance Towers and John Cullum are starring in an open- air production that includes three full sized operational crafts, a steam belching river steamer, a slave-oared royal barge and two displays of fire- works, JNow how about a local revival at Henderson Lake? where Iran enjoys freight ad- vantages over European anc North American suppliers. The Japanese appear to agree. They have joined Iran in important joint ventures which will eclipse the partnerships made earlier with American in duslry. One agreement between Iran md the Japanese provides for the construction of a lion development at Bandar Shapour, which will be one o the largest in the world. Competition OTTAWA (CP) Who says there's no competition among the chartered hanks? -i Tlie main Ollawa branch of the Bank of Montreal to- day sold 51 coins for 93 cents each at a mid-sum- mer sidewalk sale cm the Sparks Street Mall. Half-way down the next block, the Bank of Nova Scotia was doing land-office business selling coins lor 93 cents. OTTAWA (CP) Tho lead- ing opposition critics of the government's regional ex- pansion policy have renewed their attacks, ono calling for tho resignation of Regional Expansion Minister Jean Marchand and the other urging a royal commission inquiry into the department. New Democrat Kdward Broadbent (Oshawa-Whitby) and Conservative James McGralh (SI. John's East) ere reacting to publication of purported secret government ocument vrhich called for ose examination of grants to rivate industry by Ihe regional xpansion department. Mr. Broadbent renewed his harge lhat much of the million the department spends year simply provide windfall rofils for large firms without realing (he jobs lhat are the 'Urpose of the grants. He said Prime Minister 'nideau should fire Mr. March nd if the minister does nol uit voluntarily. Mr. McGrath said In a press elease that the department's perations should be studied by a three-man royal commission. Bolh said the secret mem ended to confirm the criti :isms of Ihe regional expansion program levelled by economls )avid Spring ate, a Canadian a Harvard University. CALLED WINDFALL Mr. Springate told the Com mons regional expansion com. mjllee May 23 that his studies ndicate that many grants go I 'irms lhat would have settled ir :he slow-growth areas withou he lure of subsidies. In effect, the grants windfall profits. The May was allegedly written by J. H Lynn, a senior policy analyst! [he treasury board, to M. Daniels, a direclor of eEfecliv ness projects In the treasury board. Mr. Broadbent told reportei there is a possibility that number of firms that have r ceived grants have concealec certain information they are 1 gaily required to provide to th government. Ha suggested there could violations of the Criminal involved. As for the memo's propos of a study of deparlmen grants, Mr. Broadbent said tl department has already don one itself, but that no acllo has been laken by the minisle The MP said the depart Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects Last Complete Saturday Short Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short "What's Up Last Complete Show Saturday Short 9.25 "What's Up Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Last Complete Saturday Short Lfl.st Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Seven Golden "Billy Oiw Complete Show ent's study should be made uhlic In light of tho Sprlngalo ndLngs and the latest apparent jvernment leak, Mr. Marchaaid has "glaringly .ilcd to act" under the powers 5 has lo stop Brants lhat ould amount ridfall prof- s for recipients, Mr. Broad- Tit said. nfiltralioii story denied OTTAWA (CP) Cuban pies ever tried to Inlillrate tho ffice of Prime Minister 'nideau, they didn't make it, 10 RCMP say. RCMP Commissioner W. L. iiggitt said there is no grounds any allegalion lhat the Trudeau office was infiltrated >y Cuban agents. The Toronto Star last June quoted Orlando Castro Hidalgo, described as a former Cuban ;py who moved to the Uniled iUtes, as Baying Cuban in- elligenoe was trying Infil- Mr. Trudeau's office and lad set up a network of agents in Quebec. i in tho AZTEC LOUNGE Ballads by "BRUCE TEMPLETON" THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL CABARET "TREE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY t FRIDAY Evftryona Frco of Chargt BALDWIN PIANOS and ORGANS BERTI SCHOOL of MUSIC 2646 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE PHONE 327-0115 GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. I TONIGHT and SATURDAY Just a person who protects children and other living things BILLY JACK HIT NO. 2 "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" In Color TOM LAUGHLIN ADtllT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING at ond pnl. From the Master of Shock! A Shocking Masterpiece ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S, TECHNiCOLOff MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS! 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