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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta I Marriage Sexes Laws Go Against Constitution Friday, August M, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HEUAID 3 OUT-OF-TOWNEKS, cur- rently at tlic Paramount Cinema, suggests the old say. ing about toothaches: they're nice to have because it feels so good when they go away. In this case, flic toothache is New York, and for two naive visitors, Ihe best thing about it is leaving. George and Gwen Kellcrman (Jack Lemmon and Sandy Deii- nis) discover that half the pain is getting there. George, an executive on the rise, plans ta combine an evening on the town with a morning interview for an important job. Preceding the interview, there will be a sumptuous din- ner, dancing, settling into a fabulous room at the Waldorf- Astoria, etc. But between Ohio and the "jewel city" lie a few small in- conveniences. The Kennedy Airport is overscheduled and the Kellerman's flight is re- routed to Boston. An over- crowded train, which hits New York at 2 in the morning, serves only peanut butter sand- wiches (only on The luggage is lost. The hotel reservation is lost. George and Gwcn get lost. About the only thing that isn't lost is garbage, left by a salutation strike to turn streets into miniature Rockies. The subways, cabs and buse are on strike so George an Gwen run, run, run, stoppin only long enough to be robbet mugged, kidnapped, cursed b. picketers and almost internee for pei-version in Central Park Their pride disappears wit their money: breakfast consist, of a box of Cracker Jacks let behind by a dog, Son of tb Hound of the Baskervilles. The Out-Of-Towners is often an hilarious movie, condensing as it does all the turmoil man JACK LEMMON is heir to in coping with mod- ern inconveniences and social problems. It reflects the knowing eye of writer Neil Simon, reputed- ly the highest paid playwright in the lu'story of U.S. theatre. But Simon's efforts to show the whirlwind at its worst lead T ASH f r TOLLI ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. to highly improbable situations, ones which drag at the. film even though the stars are mov- ing at frenzy pace. Lemmon carries the movie, using his consistent (perhaps, redundant) depiction of a man born to contusion and living in frustration. Sandy Dennis Oh-My-God's her way through, less method- acting than usual, but treated rather indifferently by Uie play- wright. Cactus Flower and The Out-Of- Towners have the same perky dialogue and uptempo, style, Cactus Flower may be the bet- ter film, but still what do you do when your front tooth lias fallen apart, and you start a job interview with, "Good morning, s s sir." How the West Was Won, the College Mall Cinema, four or five years old and ju: about as long. A saga of U.S. pioneers, from woodsmen to cattle barons, is dedicated to the suppositio Jiat if one western is good, whole bunch of them tied t< Aether, would he zowie. Following the lives of foil jeneralions of a single familj lie movie stars Henry Fond; James Stewart, Debbie Re. nolds, Carroll Baker. Gcorg Peppard, Gregory Peck, an more. You name them; Ho' the West Was Won has go them. The first third of the moyi contains an exciting shooting o the rapids, and the last thirc a bison stampede caught in kind of circular straight line by the cinerama technique. And parents may be gratifiec that the movie has a familj rating. But most episodes of TV: Guiismoke are superior. LOCAL: The Allied Art: Council has proposed a festiva of one-act plays to groups from Lethbridge and district, but no many are taking advantage o it. _ One script has been tumei in; a few local groups have in dicated interest; another is in rehearsal for the festival. Bu no written commitments have BiLle School At Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) A to- :al of 212 children registered during the nine half-days of ioaldale Daily Vacation Bible School. It was held at the John Da- vidson School. The summer bible school for children is held annually, spon- sored through the joint co-op- erative effort of a number of toaldale Churches. Mrs. Frank Goertzen is the co-ordinator and school super- Bazaar Sel BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) St. Anne's Parish annual ba- aar will be held in the Elks Hall Blairmore on Saturday, ov. 8. The event will feature tea and sale of home cooking as veil as sale of fancy work, eedle work and many other terns. A children's fish pond vill also be held. A draw for 34 prizes is being lanned for the annual fall ev- nt. been forwarded to the council. The festival, to run the week of Sept. 21 at the Yales Mem- orial Centre, offers fledgling actors, playwrights, directors, producers and backstage work- ers a chiincc tc get some stage experience (and experienced personnel to further Why no one is taking up the council's offer appears to be part of the apathy which has gripped local drama groups during the past couple of years (with some notable The festival is designed as a workshop week. Particularly invited are groups from out- side the city wiio would have a first taslc at working with the Yates equipment. It's a worthy undertaking and one which should be supported. Deadline for indications of in- tention to enter is Saturday. N 0 T E S: The Lctlibridf Teen Clefs have been invited by the Calgary CBC radio sta- tion, CBR, to appear Sept. 18 on the weekly satirical re- view, Funny You Should Say That. The choir will sing for 30 minutes before a live au- dience at the University of Cal- gary Myra Breckinridgc, universally panned by critics as a movie of incredibly bad taste, has been rejected by the Alberta Motion Picture Board and the Appeal board Nothing stings and smarts as much as a letter to the editor, critical of a review, when the letter-writer and the reviewer agree. Such appears to be the case about the movie Wood- stock. There wasn't a single line in the review meant, to be critical of the movie. As a pro- tile of a rock festival, one doubts moviegoers will see a documentary of such excel- lence again. C'est la vie. TV: It seems for Ihe past month every time there have been two or three gathered around a TV set, someone ut- ters those immortal lines, "When's the next football game" So here's a partial list of the forthcoming CFL games, showing the date, teams play- ing, channel and lime: Aug. Calgary versus Ch. 13, 7 p.m.; Aug. 18, Edmonton versus Mon- treal, 13, 5 p.m.; Aug. 20, Ed. vs Tor., 13, 5 p.m.; Aug. 22, Winn. vs Ham., 7, 5 p.m.; Aug. 27, Ott. vs. B.C., 13, 8 p.m.; Aug. 30, Tor. vs. Sask., 13, 1 p.m. Clinic Dales The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the follow- and pre-school Tuesday, Aug. ing infant clinics: ENCHANT 18, in the. school from 1 to 3 p.m. TABER Tuesday, Aug. 18, .n the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TURIN Tuesday, Aug. 18, n the school from to p.m. Thursday, Aug. 20, in the health unit office (up- tairs in the Town Building) rom 10 a.m. to 12 noon and :30 to 4 p.m. TIARDIEVILLE Friday Aug. 21, in the school from o p.m. Fluoride .tablets are available it all clinics free of charge on a doctor's or dentist's prescrip- ST. LOUIS (AP) The American B a r Association was told Monday that laws re- quiring marriage partners to be of different sexes go against Ihe U.S. Constitution. The statement was made during a panel discussion on women's liberation and the constitution by Rita G. Hau- ser. U.S. representative to the United Nations Human Rights Commission. "Legal distinction on the basis of sex is no longer rea- sonable, and I am willing to apply that view to any and all circumstances the that view, I submit, is no longer consistent with fact." "I am not urging this as a social policy. Rather 1 am arguing that the right to marry, a right guaranteed by Jaw, cannot bn premised on sex distinctions which serve to deny equal protection of the law to all persons, whatever their tastes in life may be.'' Dies Of Hepatitis EDINBURGH (CP) A woman member of a labora- tory team concerned with the diagnosis and control of hepati- tis died from the disease here. sets mind may Mrs. Ilauscr, a New York i It increased to 10 the numbei lawyer. jot deaths from hepatitis in She said stale laws that re- j Edinburgh in the last eight quire marriage partners ID be j months. Hepatitis is an inflam- of opposite sexes "predicates jmation of the liver caused by reproduction as the legal con- ja virus which has jaundice as sideration of marriage, and I its most obvious feature. FOR SPORTS A total of was presented by Alberta government rep- resentatives during the southern Alberta summer games at Pincher Creek 1his week. Fifteen hundred dollars was a direct grant towards the summer games and was from the capital assistance branch for Pincher's sport complex. From left are Gordon Taylor, minister of youth and MLAs teighton Buckweil of Fort Macleod and Charles Drain of Pincher Creek-Crows Nest. ion. Adults who have not re- vived an additional feeding of ral polio vaccine should have Fall Basaar COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) 'he Coleman Catholic Womens jeague is planning the annual all bazaar and tombola to be eld in the Catholic Hall on Sat- urday, Oct. 17. The bazaar will feature ya- ious tables of home cooking nd fancy work and a tea will 2 held in conjunction with the azaar. A draw for a large list of rizes is being planned. Tickets ill be on sale in the near fu- Check These Harvest Truck Buys at Beny's 1966CHEVV4TON L o n q whoelbase, fleetside box, radio, 6 eyl. motor, over- load springs. 1968 MERCURY V4 TON V8 motor, 4 speed trans. 1966 DODGE 'A TON topq whcolbosc, wide side box 1966 IHC TANDEM Only miles on now 345 cu. in, V3 motor, new paint job, new rubber, 5 and 3 transmission. This unit is in top condition and ready to go (o work. PRICED AT ONLY 1969 JEEP 4 wheel drive, free wheeling hubs, V8 rhotor, 4 speed transl, a real workhorse. Af Only 1966 MtRCURY Vs TON V8 motor, radio, long wheelbase, wide side box. 1967 IHC Vi TON VS motor, radio, 3 speed trans. BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE OK Supermarket lot 2nd Avc. and 9th Si. S. Phone 327-3M8 Plant Layoff Slated EDMONTON (CP) About 10 employees of CHemcell Ltd.'s Edmonton plant will be laid off because of the sagging Canadian economy and in- creasing competition from im- ports. C. S. Malone, president and chairman, said Thursday the decision was made after an ex amination of the firm's opera- t i o n in light of current econ- omic trends. More than 130 em- ployees are being laid off at North Pipelines Guidelines Set its Montreal plant. Chemcell's Edmonton plant produces synthetic textile fi- bres, cigarette filters and mcthanol, a natural gas by- product used in solvents and antifreeze. "We are convinced the steps are necessary to offset the ad- verse trends which now exist in h a general Mr. Malone said. The layoffs will occur as per- sonnel finish their assignments and usually are made accord- ing to seniority. Holland G. Frakes of Mon- treal, vice-president of Chem- cell, .said the firm is helping personnel find other jobs. He said the firm's net sales in the three months ended June 30 were a IG-per- cent drop from sales of 224.000 during the same period of 1963. OTTAWA (CP) The federal government announced Thurs- day a series of guides for the fu- ture construction of oil and gas jipelines in the North, govern- ng pollution control, Canadian ownership and employment of northern residents. Industry Minister J. J. Greene and Northern Develop- ment Minister Jean Chretien told a joint news conference major oil and gas companies lave expressed an interest in constructing pipelines. But ini- ially only one trunk line each 'or oil and gas in the North would be permitted. A "corridor" for the initial lipelines would be established at a future date. In a formal statement, the ministers said the guides will apply to all pipelines tapping oil and gas resources north of the 60th degree of latilude in the Yukon and Northwest Territo- ies and in Alaska. LIST GUIDES The guides arc: energy and northern de- ministers will act as i "point of contact" between in- dustry and government to guide (respective applicants wishing o build pipelines; one trunk oil pipeline and one trunk gas pipeline will )e allowed in the North within a designated Trucks, .Buses Called lu DETROIT (AP) General Motors Corp. has announced the recall of about 16.500 me- dium duty trucks and school buses for correction of possible brake defects. The vehicles in- volved are 1969 and 1970 mod- els. There are Chevrolet truck vehicles and approxi- j matcly GMC truck divi- 1 sion vehicles involved in the re- call drive. Plan Talks CAIRO (Reuters) King Hussein of Jordan will arrive in Egypt next Thursday for talks with President Nasser, it as aomounced Thursday, of these lines will provide "common carrier" service at published tariffs or "contract carrier service" at a negotiated price; o r t h e r n pipelines, like those in all other areas of the country, will be under the juris- diction of the -federal govern- ment; of providing Canadi- ans with a "substantial opportu- nity" for participating in the fi- nancing, engineering, construc- tion, ownership and manage- ment of the pipelines will play an important part in the govern- ment's consideration of applica- tions; National Energy Board will ensure that any applicant gives satisfactory assurances that pollulion will be prevented and that the rights of northern residents and freedom of navi- gation will be preserved; must provide specific programs for employ- ment of residents of the North both during construction and op- .eralion. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. I PHONE 328-7684 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT HOUSING The Lethbridge Community College, in an attempt 1o provide its potential students with housing information, is asking all residents of Lethbridge with space avail- able for student occupancy to register with the Stu- dent Personnel Services Department at the College. This will insure an early assignment of accommoda- tions and will facilitate mailers for both the student and the proprietor. Typo of Accommodations Required (1) Room and Board (Single and Multiple) (2) Apartments (Basements included) (3) (Single and no meals Inquiries or registrations should bn forwarded to: STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHONE 327-2141 EXT. 257 Prices effective until closing, Sat., Aug. ISlli TABLE RiTE RED BRAND ING RIB ROAST THE KING OF ROASTS Wieners Toble Rite, ground fresh hourly Ib. Burns Bulk Tomato Soup Q Aylmer or Vegetable 10-oz. (ins for Vinegar Top 128-01. WHITE GRANULATED SUGAR 10-lb. Bag MAHIING STEMS AND PIECES Mushrooms.... 3 1 SPRING PACK CHOICE Cream Corn MIGHTY MAMMOTH Fancy Peas 14.oz. tins 14-oz. tins %J for TOP VALU MARGARINE Parchment 1-lb. Pkg. Toilet KKU Orange Juice 4 roll pack Top Vaiu Frozen .........6-oz. tin B.C. TOMATO! Vine Ripened Celery Hearts 1 Wafcli for our acl in every Monday's Herald Now 2 extra days of specials each WE RESERVE JHE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES ;