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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _________ Friday, Auguit 18, 1972 THE lElHBnlDGE makes decision OTTAWA (CIO Judy Marsli, former Liberal cabinet minister, says she lias decided against lakini! up sculpture. Her works would only ailti to the world's pollution, she lold the annual conference of the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association. Miss LaMarsli, uow a Van- couver radio hotline commenta- tor, said she has been urged lo do something creative like sculpture. "Perhaps the mwsl creative thing f could do would he to have a she said amid laughter. The uoinl she was making is that there is too much conccrr with doing something useful will] leisure time. She spoke approvingly of the snorts fan, beer in hand, watch ing Hobby Hull sweat for hin in a Ic'cvincd hockey game. She mentioned, loo, the nature- lover lazing away the day, lying on the grass, at the clouds. I She suggested people feel too guilty about doing nothing. Many people work for years, dreaming about retirement when they will have leisure lime, she said. But when the time came they were unpre- pared and disintegrated. Housewives wilh nothing lo do dream up weekend jobs (or their husbands or have sex wilh the telephone repairman. Husbands racked their brains for things that would keep their wives occupied. Miss l.aMarsh said that "what we need lo pursue really is leisure, unoccupied time." WITH "I' Ililrhr I'll E Joan Water field NTERTAINMENT LYE Capital budget outlays to exceed expectations Alfred Hitchcock lias returned in iumpli lo himself! 'Jims, the review in Variety ind other critics have been uni- ormly generous in Iheir ap- praisal of the olil master's latest work. for this Hitchcock huff, nd- out tlic horror period d Psycho The Birds, the dis- appointments of Torn Curtain and Mamie, anticipation was high lhat tile return would be to the exquisite bloodless sus- pense of The Man Who Knew Too Much (original Tlw I.ody Var'slics, The (again the original with Robert Honat and Madeleine Can-oil) or the later Rear Win- dow. Such hopes were dimmed, if not totally O.K., says dashed. Hitchcock, we'll give them London, a glorious city and home of such Ban is lifted 011 park fires CALGARY (CP) The ban rr.i open fires in the hack coun try of Yolio National Park, in) prised about two weeks ago he cause of dry weather, was lift today. The national parks brand said although Ihe fire hazarc. had decreased, hikers stioul precautions wit "lover- lethal types as Christie and ack the Kipper; nudes are in a let's have the strangier strip is victim on-screen; and Ihe on the run is ilways a winner, It's all very pat and predicl- ble and the Hitchcock touch so often piquant and outrageous heavy-handed this lime out The base book for Frenzy, Arthur La Bern's (Joodybye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square woL'ld seem lo be right down Hitchcock's dark alley, concerned as it is with the path- ology of obsession. On the credit side, Barry roster is a smashing bit of 'nasty" as the up-graded har- row hoy-strangler; Akc Bk- Cnvvan Is excellent but has too little to do as the inspector; and (here's a perfect perform- ance by Jean Marsh as the up- light, ihin-lipped sccrelary. Indeed Miss Marsh echoes the Hilchcock preference for supcr-cooi reroines (Bergman, Kelly) to an extent thai one wishes some chap would come along, remove her glasses, Ins- en her hair and brealhc, "But you're beautifull" essence of Hilchcock Is also found in the lonn camera retreat from the killer's flat (where he is busily doing in Lhe barmaid) down the stairs and out the normalcy of Covcnt Garden. But the film is debited by a charmless, bloody-minded hero in Jon Finch; Vivian Mer- chant, the Inspeclors' wife, is sucli a nit lhal one wonders lal her husband did not lake iis bell, if not His lie, lo tier nd her kooky cuisine routine, unny wilh the lish heads is ponderous with Hie pig's trot And it is never explained how llaney in his escape persuades he old legs with their known laic of sexual offenders to as- sist him. Swumming up sluggish Hilchcock with a denouement lhat had all Ihe effect of a second-act curtain. "f want to rub their noses in the violence of says Sara Pcckhipnh of his Straw Dogs. cclor ar.d a native also plans lo include Alberlan a recent Canadian play in March. Notes: Tomorrow evening at ho Banff Feslival of the Arts, Alexander Grey (musician-in residence University of Cal- jary) stars in "Man nf Mancha The Stralusfaclion is playing Las Vegas with Bob- by Goldsboro headlining Susan Lane, seen this week on CTV's Pig and Whistle play Gracie Fields in a film- biography of the slar (can any- one give me the date of "Our Gracic's" last appearance Ihis Anily Slewarl great favorite here, is topping the summer bill at His Majcs- y's Theatre in Aberdeen, Scotland yes, that was McCalluni's brother Neil I vho appeared for the prosecu- ion in last Saturday's "The Chicago Conspiracy Trial" and be sure to welcome home he Anne Campbell Singers at their concert August 25 at the Yales. At the State Fair, Great Falls, bolh Democrats and Republicans had voter reg- istration booths. The choice seemed lo be between a Mc- Govcrn button and two free tickets to see Red Skelton at the grandstand! Peckinpab, director olso of The Wild Bunch takes a slf.n J issue facing PSAC group Capital raised private and public outlays on new housing, now expected to amount lo billion in 1972 compared with billion in 1971 and a start-of-lhc-year estimate of billion. The biggest increase in Ihe mid-year revision is an ex- pansion of a further 6.6 per cent in outbys by secondary and construction industries, ris- ing to billion from last year's billion. investment field" have I The biggest year-to-year in their spending in-1 crease is an 18-per-ccnl jump in OTTAWA- (Cl'> Capital, outlays on housing, hospitals, government buildings and in- dustrial plans and machinery now are expected to total billion in !072 or 1.9 per cent more than expected nt the start of the year, the trade dcpart- -cnt said here. As a result of a mid-year sur- Fey by Statistics Canada, Hie lepartment said all sectors but one of the private and public enlions. The exccplion is a re- duction of about 1.6 per cent in government outlays, including capital investment by trade, fi nance and commercial service ported In all provinces but Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick end iiritish Columbia. Fiut in the Atlantic provinces as a whole, capital outlays by manufacturing industries are expected to grow by 20 per cent more than originally anlici- paled. 'IVadc, finance and com- mercial service concerns in ail four provinces reported sig- nificantly higher capital outlay intentions. Quebec industry reported ft increase, concen- trated in the food and bever- age, and the paper products in- dustries. Strength was also re- businesses, expenditures on municipal wa-! EXPECT INFLATION i lerworks systems. The trade department noied 1 Porled The new figure of billion' (hat all of the estimates are program I1QW ls compares with a preliminary made in the current spending I anticipated, estimate of capital outlays to- j power of dollars. Because of tailing S19.78 billion in 1971. At! anticipated inflation, the In- the end of last year, a survey i crease in the physical volume of government, public of plant and equipment ac- stitulioas and industry led lo a uuired will somewhat less criginal estimate of 520.70 bil-; than the increase in dollar val- lion for 1972. i ues. The biggest capital in- The report said higher in- vestment program continues to; vestment intentions were re- away from Ihe blood bath in his new movie Junior Uonner. How big a shift it is remains to he seen. Steve McQueen, who is good box office anytime, is in the title role as the rodeo drifter and a big bonus should come from Ihe cast inclusion of ert Preston, Ida Lupino and Ben (Last Picture Show) John- PERFOHMING ARTS: The On-Tour scries offered under the auspices of the deprrtmenl nf culture, youth and recrea- tion is interesting in ils diver- sity. Offcrcil at minimum cost to urban ar.d rural communities are, among others, the I.cth- bridge Symphony, Citadet-On- WEEK'S MINI-DRAW WINNER J. A. COLEBROOK CALGARY, ALTA. A MINI-DRAW EVERY WKK 'TIL AUG. 25TH GRAND PRIZE SEPT. 16 THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON PRIZES J. Ela c, r.v Cl. A. R. DelosM, Cflltfary Jolvi Gray, Wetaskiwin A. P. Pitt. Victoria D. Amoi, Winnipeg R Ffrt'.cv. ShartMjl Lake Dill MtCormack, Lclhlridge Dnwson, nrt E. E. Glpd, Aldc Ht. Victor Gufklys, La s.illc A. D. Dnkc. Regiria Mrs. Siclla E. Miller, Vancou Cnrol Cflkjary fAlkc Krysowsly, M.irln'y Ellis riyrfe OHvi Ir.iil Obarianvk, Rrqir.a Emc-r, Vancouver Dave Keller. Calgary R. W. Terguirjn, Calgary Ed McClelland, Calgary Mr. arrf Mrs. B. V. McMillan, D. M A'cFfiddcn, Edtnonlon Mts. Annie Varly, calg.iry Wrs. rAaryann l.awion, Calpary W. Dunn, High River Merman Nlplqcn Oavid Yarmouln Bruce Baker, Iron River Wr3. H, P. M. Carrying Place L Moiei Lake Iclvird J. Roic, Victoria Bonnie LuKf, Wheels and its parent Citadel Theatre, Ihc Edmonton Youth Orchestra, Limla Gay Flilton, Project Dance, Alberta Ballet Company, Albert Folk Arts and the Gloria Saariner. trio. Many performers are inler- esled in offering workshop pro- grams for schools but this is often difficult, for the local sponsor to arrange. The block is more often with the superin- tendent than with individual principals. Also it is disappointing lhat the brochure, allowing for the immense amount of work re- quired to line up the talent, ar- rived here in the south after school had been dismissed for the holidays and most pros- pective sponsoring groups enjoying a summer hiatus. Receipt of requests was given a deadline of July 15, but wilh many offerings reaching well into 1973 K line to the perform- ing arts officer with the depart- ment, Mrs. Mamie Boyle, should not come amiss. Theatre Calgary: In the 72-73 season TC will mount produc- tions of Butterflies are Free recently made a movie .ith Goldie llawnl, The Kffecl f Gamma Rays on Man-in-thc- Moon Marigolds, Jacques Erel Alive and Well and Living Paris, and (blessed brevity) ail Until Dark, The Devil's )isciple, and Bus Stop. Harold the new artistic di- HAMILTON (CP) Claude Edwards, president of the Pub- lic Service Alliance of Canada, called Wednesday for a major rcorganiiation of legislation governing collective bargaining in the federal civil service. Mr. Edwards was speaking at a conference following his speech to the opening of the Economic Service Employees' National Association con- vention. He said the system was line five years ago but now the Pub- lic Service Staff Relations Board was understaffed and overworked. "Several vice-chairman anc full-time staff are he added. The board, he ssid, decide? which employees have Die lo strike before bargaining cat go to conciliation and strike In some cases, hearing! have delayed bargaining loi several months. Mr. Edwards said PSAC coin ponents have their arbitratio system limited lo four vacations, hours o work and slandards of dis cipline. Pensions, layoff procedures an methods of promotion are no negotiable at all, he added. "Job security is a major 1: sue with us now. Our bargain ing scope must be widened I allow us to protect ourselves.' Other topics to be cliscussci at Use convention are expecte Jury suggests licence change produce contract issues for ext year's bargaining between federal government and the SAC. ESENA's members, mployees of Canada Man- ower and the Unemployment isurance Commission, make one part of the PSAC which olds the bargaining rights for li unionized federal govcrn- nent employees. GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT and SATURDAY EDMONTON (CP) A cor oner's jury lias recommended (hat no one without a valid OI1a Van Ra To Calr J, Rijitcn I.'T- rr.inV: Allrcrl R.v.rhr. Mrv G. C. ;.'.H Con iiii Porrcoi'-. E. Ci Edpar Jotin Mi, Tn Fred NFIrl. ool, N.5. incls ind Doni He, GeLIc, O. AncJree Out 6 kens Michelle n.- 'Ari Or. I. Color T. W, Hill. ij tamrcie ClilierU, Cnlg.irv fffl Flryce, Wyoming On1, Mrs. Ro'jCfin Cnkiar Mah Ktm Ynn, K Cfllijiiry Mrtrir l J II, ff, Nnr allas, las J. flaralla, Lrw Wnlkrr, Erfmonl Marie. Cfl rycr driver's licence should be per- mitted to operate farm machin- ery on public roads in Alberta. Ttic recommendation w a s made here nftcr nn inquest into the May 10 ricatb of 13-year-olc Nick Paul Rudski of Draylon Valley, killed when- a tractor be was driving on highway 57 was struck by another vehicle. The jury also recommended legislation requiring tractors anrt other farm machinery to equipped with signal, stop and running lights. Today's Showtimes FRIDAY ARAMOUN T licrt Frenzy" ast Complete AHAJIOUNT CINEMA Siort What's Up ast Complete COLLEGE CINEMA ;hort Last Complete GHKEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Dig Hand for Litllc Summer One Complete SATURDAY PARAMOUNT Short "Jimior Last Complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short "What's Up Doc" Last Complete COLLICGF. CINEMA Short "Red Last Complele GREIiN ACRES DUIVE-IN "Big Hand For Little Lady "Summer of One Complele Show- NOT SUITABLE TOP. CHItORFN SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES lifethcreVa: '42 a little lady" color with HENRY FONDA THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Ihe AZTEC LOUNGE Sangs By WYNNE HANSON "BOGUS BOOGIE BAND" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY i FRIDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Charge ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED RESTRICTED ADULT Last Times Tonite at ond From the Master Shock! A Shocking Masterpiece 1 ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S t HELD OVER THRU TUES. TONITE thru TUES. ADULT NOT SUITABLE TOR CHILDREN COILEGE CINEMA TONITE and SAT. at a'ncl p.m. CHARLES BRONSON and ALAIN DEION USE THIS HANDY MAILORDER COUPON. lull til MINT CKIUUI ntai no Oil NOM 01 nilllEI tlCftT Wilt IE MJMlfO TO fOU PMMP in 1 CAIGARY STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWE EPSTAKE I P.O. BOX 2300 CAIGARY, ALBERTA T7P ?M7 J Cndosnrl u my on Id, m.itio I lo the Calgary Stampede Furmity SivcefniaJm. I Pfcaifl forwan) by inturn mail............. Calgary jj No..................... I (Romillance must nccomp.iny coupon) 7? IKTEK WriKlV INCREASf YOUfl CKAKCIS Of J CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "f'UPPKT ON A CHAIN" In color. Friday and Satur- day, August IB anrt 19. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "UK! JAKE" In color. Starring John Wayne, Friday anil Saturday, August lli and 10. Friday shows at and pm. Adiill. Special .Saturday afternoon maliucc M p.m. "TAIWAN'S JUNGI.F, HEBKUJON" In color. Starring lion Uly. Family. All sciil-s Sflc1. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "I'lNOCCHIO" In color. All new, all live. Friday and .Saturday, August IS and in. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre IT AGAIN. SAM" In color. Slarring Woody Allen. Friday and Saturday, August 18 and 19. Friday shows at and p.m. Adiill. TAB6R Sky Drive-ln "SOMCTIMFS A GRF.AT NOTION'1 In color. SlarrinB Paul Newman. Henry Fonda. Pt-mick and Michael Friday and Saturday. August IS anrl 19. Fri- day carloon ftavls at p.m. Adult N'ol Suitable For Children, TABER Tower Theatre "GROUND STAR CONSPIRACY" 1" color. Starring George Pcppnrd and Michael Snrrimii. Friday, August IS. Shows at and p.m. Adult. No Matinee Sat- urday. Holiday Inn Restaurant Clieers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend. ly meetings. Enjoy them more over a d "Doily lu SPECIALS NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN STARTS TOMORROW 3 Shows Saturday and p.m. FAMILY "A BRASRBRAWLING JOYOF A IT SHOULD BESEEM 'Sieve McQueen is EXPLOSIVE and FORCEFUL, in one of Ms finest performances: Tell'em Junior MATINEE SATURDAY at p.m. HCIIRS retains x< vm BCOIH GITO-S K ISSCIM ax K PKKJCIIX; ri PRESTON-IDA LUPINO IX DON BAKER 8MBHE4 LIICH tiJtKti FiafJiKG JiE ;