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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta rhunday, Augcil 26, 197] THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD J CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK Like father, etc. depart- ment, fhis lime wilh Iwo-year-old George Scot III, son of the Boslcn Red Sox firsl baseman, showing a bit of the family form warming up for father-son day at Fenway Park, MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHT "SHAMEN" AND APPEARING NIGHTLY IN OUR 6 SPANGLED SKY" O AND ME" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m REFRESHMENTS ond FOOD AVAILABLE The El Rancho Hole! is now licensed lo serve liquor Famed bandleade Ted Lewis dead MOW YORK CAP) Ted I My Shadow and Sunny Side r Lewis, the bandleader whose i inc singing them in LilLcd top hat and Is Everybody Happy? Ilicmc caught the imag- ination of several generations of North Americans, died Wednes- day of a heart attack. He was 81. Lewis began his career as a vaudeville song-and-dancc man in 1'Jll and went on to become one of the lop band leaders especially during the 1920s and early 1930s. Playing such jongs as Me and Pi-edicts NDP government o ill 10 years CALGARY (CP) Within 10 years the New Democratic Party form the govern- ment of Canada and the ma- jority of its provinces includ- ing Alberta, says Joseph Yan- chuia, provincial NDP candi- date in Calgary West. He told a meeting that his parly has the interests of the working man at heart and irith this base of support will in- evitably come to power. "If history repeats itself we will sweep irto power un- expectedly because that has been the Irene1 set." In Alberta, he said, the party could form a majority govern- ment following Monday's elec- tion "if the people realize at the last moment that it's either an increase in oil and gas roy- alties or a sales tax.71 a soft and quavering lie went on to become a radio star in Ihe years before the Second World War. As late as nine years ago, Lewis, a clarinetist and leader of a number of his own orchcs tras, opened an engagement in New York to critical acclaim. At that time, ho appeared at a night club ivilh Eddie Chestn who first joined Lewis in 1919. Chester was the original "shadow" who followed and mimicked Lewis's gestures (r the band leader strutted to Me te on the moon Armstrong quits V, fAI'i Neil A. Armstrong, first to walk on the moon, a n n o u n c c d Wednesday he is (milling the United States space aponcy and go back to his native Ohio to become an engineering pro- fessor at the University of CLn- cmnati. Armstrong, who turned 41 this month, told reporters he will continue to be a special consult- ant fcr Ihc National Aeronautics iml .Space AdminJMratinn. He Turns professor recently lias been dcpuly asso- ciate NASA admini-irator for and My Shadow. p T> 1 Lewis won one of his tmle-'lOT KCU top hat which he used la slide off lu's liead and roll down his a dice game will receive an grant with a New York cah driver in, from the Alberta government lo 1919 and wore a similar hat construct a new police head- when he performed in 19C2 I quarters. Mayor R. E. Barrett Lewis insisted on asking "Is saicl ncl'c- Everybody every- The mayor met with Attor- where he went and usually sup ney-Gcncral Edgar Ge-rharl plied his own answer: earlier this week, Mayor Bairett said conslruc- Born in Circleville, Ohio, he lion of the building, expected aercnautics in the agency's of- fice of advanced research and technology. lip declined to disclose what he v.ill be paid, hut said it will be in line with the salary for a RED DEER (CP) The city full professor. Armstrong re- ceived a year in his gov- ernment job. BECOMES ADMIRAL Meanwhile, Alan B. Shepard, first American in space, will become an admiral today. Shepard will be promoted in a i ceremony presided over by LETHBRIDGE FAMILY T FALL PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS THURSDAY and FRIDAY, AUGUST 26 and 27 6 TO 9 P.M. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 9 A.M. TO 12 NOON MONDAY and TUESDAY, AUGUST 30 and 31 6 TO 9 P.M. PROGRAMS START TUESDAY, SEPT. 7th FOR INFORMATION CALL 328-7771 live, the. begin this fall with completion Wavy Secretary John dafee ID the Pentagon. He was nominated Ity Presi- dent Nixon for promotion from captain lo rear admiral and ap- proved by the Senate some time ago. Australia jotted MELBOURNE, Australia 'Kcmorj An earth tiemor shook several Melbourne si'Jj- urb.s and parts of Victoria state early Wednesday, 'file tremor was felt as far away as 70 miles from .Melbourne but no dsrnago been reported. On July 7, and nearby areas were rocked by a tremor. SMALL ISLAM) P.arbara the of Ihe Channel Islands off the coin of California. Sliepard look first tide into the edges of space by an American more than 10 years ago in a sub orbital flight aboard a Mercury capsule and last February became Ihe firth American to set foot on the moon in the Apollo 14 mission. YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV 302 13lh 51. N. PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE THURSDAY, AUGUST 26th to MONDAY, AUGUST 30th, DATE FRITZ SICK POOL Thurs. Aug. 26lli i Swim Swim Fri. Aug. 27lh Swim Swim Sal, Aug. 23lh Swim Swim Sun. Aug. 29ln Swim Swim Mon. Aug 30lh Swim Public Swim Swim STARS' OFFSPRING TESTIFY Terry Melcher son of Doris Day, and Deana AAorlin, actrcss-daughler of Dean Martin, leave a Los Angeles courtroom after leslify'ng at the Irial of Charles (Tex) Walson, who is accused of the seven Tale-La Bianco killings. Their testimony was lo sup- port the prosecution's confenlion lhat Watson was familiar with ihe home of actress Sharon Tale, one of ihe vicims. Fire burns in Alberta EDMONTON forest fires were reported burn- ing in Alberta today, two of'. them out of control and two under partial control. Will] the fire season still under wayf a record number of fires could be recorded, Carson McDonald, fire control officer for the lands and forests depart- ment, said today. Although 1971 was not expected to be a re- cord year for the amount of acreage burned, this year's fill fires so far was nearing the record of 828 set in 196B. A forestry department spokesman said the two fires i out of control are in the Atha- basca forest area in the north- eastern corner of the province. One of these is burning over about 300 acres 13 miles south- east of Lake Athabasca. The other is burning about acres in the Ashton Lake area. The largest fire in the prov- ince is a :i.200-acre blaze in the Yeats River area in the northwestern corner of the province. NT WITH PRESENTATION! RIDGE HEARD GOVL! Vote: AUG. 30 Aulhorired by. RICHARD BARTON CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE This tany eiZENITH hearing aid Zenith's rr.rr.arkahle Z-70 is just one ol 13 Zenith hearing aids One of them mighl be just nghl (or you. Al no obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today Zenith hearings aids are priced from the quality poes In POSITIVE ATTITUDES LOS' ANGELES (AP) Po- lice soon be carrying a handbook developed by their psychologist lo stress positive attitudes. Tbe guide, developed by Dr. Martin Reiser, urges po- lice lo avoid cynicism, officious- At ness, racism, discourtesy and ich might hurt made homeless in northeastern j lheil' The guide was m, approved bv the board of police Thailand by floods alter Ihe Me- with the EAGLES CLUB PRESENT CLIFFS COMBO for your Dancing Pleasure! EAGLES HALL FRIDAY, AUG. 27fh MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ALL SEATS SPECIAL KIDDIES' SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE AT P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW ONLY DOORS OPEN AT P.M. THE STRANGEST-------- ROUNDUP 8F ALL AS COWBOYS BATTLE MONSTERS! FAMILY ADDED ENTERTAINMENT 'BUGS BUNNY REVIEW 40 MINUTES OF BUGS BUNNY CARTOONS homeless BANGKOK (neuter) least 30.000 persons have been olllcr kong River bust ils banks dur- mendation by Dr. Heiser (hat it ing heavy monsoon rains. Offi- be distributed to all officers, cial sources said six persons especially recruits. were known lo have died since the floods began late last week. ot bfinE Ill's coupon loi Irfe ol Zenith's' Soma R Mean E" LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bldg. lETHSRIDGE ,-r PAR Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show PAK.-UIOl'NT CINEMA Short Subjects "Summer of '42'' Last Complete Show 9.20 CINEMA Shot t Subiccts "The GinifiRlH'1 10.-M Last Complete Show r.lvHEN' ACHES imlVE-iN ''Odd Couple" "Love Slnry'' One Complete Show PHONE 71100 nD III IT IN _REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUm HIGHWAY j LAST TIME TONIGHT 'LOVE STORY' IN COfOR RYAN O'NEAL Atl 'ODD COUPLE' IN COfOR JACK LEMMON 1 WAITER MATTHAU STARTS FRIDAY IIKTL'KNS TO STAGE Actress (iloria 72, has signed lo take the par! of Ilio quick-tongned liakor in (ho hit Broadway play Butterflies Arc Free. Miss NNanson, who last ap- peared on Broadway ID years ago, will rfplacc Rosemary Murphy in Ihe role Sept. 7. KABBU CTBD5UD WU loata aivnts HELIiO, DOLLY! HIT 'TAKE HER, SHE'S MINE' NO. 2 JAMES STEWART SANDRA DEE _______________________________IN COLOK_________________ GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW STARTS P.M. CARDSTON Mciyfair Theatre Wall Disney's ''IN' SEARCH Of-' THE CASTAWAYS'1 In Technicolor. Starring Maurice Chevalier. Hayley Mills, d'eoi'Sc Sanders and Wilfred Hyde While. Thursday. Fri- day and Saturday, August 27 and -it. Thursday show al 11: 15 p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Emoress Theatre "WHEN niNosAuns THE EAHTH" in color. Starring Victoria Velri. Tluirsda> Friday and Saturday, Aligns! ad, S7 and 28. Thursday ,-hmv al p in. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Thecjfro Wan niMH'.v -lino anii'i.TM; v.-omo TKXMS .SHOKS' In Tcclinicdlnr. SlaiTing Knrl liussel, OMir Romero and .loo Flynn. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, August 27 and an. Thursday show a'( p.m. l''amily. TABER Tower Theatre O" In color. Slarrint: l.cp Van Clrct and .John l.aiv, Thursday and Friday, Aiipirl nnd !V. Thursday ;il and n nil p m Adu'l N'ul Suitahlo 1'nr Children. ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED Just a person who protecls children and other living things BiilYJACH TtCHMtOR'.JSVBSKSi. RESTRICTED ADUtT TONIGHT thru SAT. AT and P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT thru SAT. AT nnd P.M. CINEMA Bth ST 327 5100 In life there's a SUMMER OF'42 TECHNICOLOR" KIRK DOUGLAS JOHNNY CASH "AGUNFIGHT" ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT thru SAT. ol and ;