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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August LETHBRIDGE Ascent of Man writer dead at 66 EAST HAMPTON, N Y (AP) Dr. Jacob Bronowski, who wrote the British televi- sion series, The Ascent of Man, died here last week of a heart attack He was 66. Bronowski was stricken at the home of a friend, Daniel Rose, where he was vacationing He was a leader in the movement of scientific humanism Since 1964 he had been a fellow at the Salk In- stitute in La Jolla, Calif, working on "human spe- analysis of those functions that make men uni- que as a species Born in Poland, he lived in Germany during the First World War and moved to Bnt- ain in 1920 r3 NIGHTS ONLY! Sept. 5. 6. 1 "JOYOUS, Journtl JUBILATION" -S F Ertininer "A YOUTHFUL LIVELY S F Chronicle GOOD SEATS NOW ON SALE! LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. LETHBRIDGE Direct from sensational record runs in California! Reserved Seats 4 If bought in groups of 10 each Lennoxville plans festival expansion LENNOXVILLE, Que (CP) Festival Lennoxville, on the campus of Bishop University, is ending its third summer season of Canadian plays with such success that expansion is being planned for next year David Rittenhouse, administrative director said in an interview that several projects are being considered for next year including theatre workshops and play development studies that will lead to expanded activity Festival Lennoxville has produced three Canadian plays in each of its first three years, running them in repertory for about weeks each year If not next year the festival will soon extend its work to four plays a year running for 10 weeks Mr Rittenhouse who is also chairman of the university s drama department, said plans are also being made to begin discussions with other performing arts in the region to extend the activity beyond stage drama These discussions however, may take two years to bear fruit The festival is centred in the 600-seat Centennial Theatre on the university campus It employs fully professional actors, drawing mainly from the regional theatres across the country and the Shaw and Stratford Festivals It has had some of the country s finest actors directors and playnghts in its stable including Douglas Ram. Francis Hyland. Mavor Moore George Rvga Donald Davis and John Hirsh FIDDLER BANNED SANTIAGO (Reuter) -The Chilean military government has banned showings of the movie Fiddler on the Roof, saying the film contains dis- ruptive elements which assail harmony between Chileans" The movie is a musical about the persecution of Jews in Czanst Russia R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304-5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge Honorable Toronto trial lawyer W. L N. Sommerville. Lawyer takes unpopular side paramount Here's 5 good reasons why you should stay with us in Edmonton. Accommodation: Our tastefully decorated rooms feature individually controlled air conditioning, bath and shower facilities, hi fi radio color T V and piped in music Most also include a balcony and vanity dressing rooms True luxury for one, two or a family Large airy suites are available too Location Right downtown one block south of Jasper We're right beside Edmonton's shopping business and entertainment areas Business Facilities We've got everything you need for meetings, receptions and conventions Our experienced staff and hospitality suites are at your pleasure Write or call our sales department for more information or reservations Dining and Entertainment The Penthouse offers superb food, fantastic view, top entertainment and dancing Or you can dine with elegance in the Ebony Room Or unwind in the popular Gashte Lounge Or swing in the Hide A Way Cabaret Convenience. We want you to enjoy yourself That's why we have a heated outdoor pool and sundeck, self service ice and mix on each floor, quick and courteous room service, and lots of parking right beside the NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS for HAWAII and MEXICO 2 WEEK DEPARTURES FROM DEC. 21st APRIL 12th THOMAS WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE 309 5th St. S. Phone 329-3336 Stay with us and you'll enjoy your stay in Edmonton. Sheraton-Caravan Hotel 10010-104 Street Reservations 424-0011 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "ANY GUN CAN PLAY" in color Starring Edd Byrnes Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, August 26, 27, 28 Monday show at 8 15 p rn ADULT FORT Theatre "CHARLEY VARRICK" in color Starring Walter Mathau Monday, Tuesday, August 26, 27 Monday show at 8 00 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PINCHER Theatre "THE SACRED KNIVES OF VENGENCE" in color Mon- day, Tuesday, August 26, 27 Monday show at 8 15 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Theatre "WOMEN IN CHAINS" and "SISTERS" DOUBLE FEA- TURE Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday August 26, 27, 28 One show at 8 00 p m RESTRICTED ADULT COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPART PUBLIC SWIMMING, CITY OP LETHBR G AND MUSEUM Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. 2 FRITZ SICK For Fall SWIM 1 00 5 00 p m and 6 00 9 00 p SWIM 1 00 5 00 p m FAMILY SWIM 6 00-8 00 p SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) 1 2 00 1 00 p m PUBLIC SWIM 1 00-5 00 p m AND 6 00-9 00 p m LIONS Swim 4 00-9 00 p Swim 4 00-9 00 p Swim 4 00-9 00 p Swim 4 00-9 00 p Swim 1 00-5 00 p m and 6 00-9 00 p Swim 1 00-5 00 p m and 6 00-9 00 p SWIM 1 00-5 00 p m and 6 00-9 00 p m HENDERSON Swim 1 00-9 00 p Swim 1 00-9 00 p Swim 1 00-9 00 p Swim 1 00 9 00 p Swim 1 00-9 00 p Swim 1 00 9 00 p Swim 1 00-9 00 p m SIR ALEXANDER (SALT 430 p 00-9 00 p 00-9 00 p 30 p 00 5 00 c 00-5 00 p rn HENDERSON ICE FOR TORONTO (CP) William L N Somerville, who is to be- come president of the Cana- dian Bar Association at its an- nual convention here next Thursday, is a Toronto trial lawyer with a highly developed sense of justice and no hesitation about taking the unpopular side of issues Now vice-president of the lawyers' organization, he is regarded by fellow lawyers as an able and energetic man who gives clients a vigorous presentation of their case and usually gets results Mr Somerville is a firm believer of the adversary sys- tem in court cases 'If you are concerned about the truth, nothing comes within a mile of the adversary he says Also, he finds it keeps a law- yer from getting an inflated opinion of himself "In every instance, there is somebody on the other side about as able, saying every- thing is contrary to what you re he said "It's a dulling sensation for the ego He is critical of some aspects of court procedure One thing he questions is what he calls the almost universal credibility given to witnesses such as public servants or police officers It is thought that as a police officer or public ser- vant or any other governmen- tal official the witness is im- partial, he said "But if he spends time and effort in lay- ing a charge or preparing a case, some of his own ego is invested in the matter In a subtle way he is involved Another area where he is critical is the question of per- jury "I can't understand why so few persons are charged with perjury in he said SHOULD TAKE ACTION Where there is a flagrant case, he added, the court should refer perjury matters to the attorney-general for investigation and possible prosecution Mr Somerville has been in- volved in a number of trials on the side of less-than-popular causes An example was the case of U S cottage owners whose right to own shoreline on the Canadian side of Lake Erie was challenged He carried their case through several courts and finally won a verdict in their favor which he calls "a tribute to the Canadian system of justice The new bar president, a na- tive of Ottawa who is 53 today, said he has wanted to be a lawyer for as long as he can remember Mr Somerville is not dedi- cated to any hobby or recrea- tion Work and reading come first, followed by some tennis and skiing He has five children, rang- ing from the mid-20s to 12 years His wife Denise, who speaks French and Russian and last year took a master's degree in linguistics, now is studying for a PhD in the same subject at the Universi- tv of Toronto School sexism tackled ALLISTON, Ont (CP) The Ontario Teachers Federa- tion (OTF) declared Friday that teachers should take responsibility for eliminating from their classrooms prac- tices and lesson materials which type-cast men and women Describing schools as "the most sexist agency in our society, Toronto teacher Neil Davis, president of the Ontario Public School Men Teachers' Federation, asked the OTF board of governors annual meeting to endorse a statement discouraging sex- role stereotyping in schools Stereotypes develop early in a child's mind, Mr Davis said Many reading materials used in public schools conveyed the idea that women are confined to working in the kitchen and men are the only ones who can handle machines "In 75 per cent of the pic- tures in school textbooks, mother s up to her elbows in Mr Davis said TONIGHT and TUES. AT AND P.M. The greatest love (bug) story ever told! KIDS 75C ANYTIME UIHliT DISHED raooucTions' FAMILY TECHNICOLOR _____ KEN STEFANIE JOHN KEENAN HAYES BERRY POWERS MclNTIRE WYNN HELEN paramount cinema TONIGHT and TUESDAY at and 920pm. "IT CAN BE SAID, SIMPLY AND WITH THANKS, THAT IT IS AN ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIC MOVIE? FAMILY Joy Cocks Time Magazine THE THREE MUSKETEERS TECHNICOLOR' PRINTS BY DE LUXE' Show Times RESTRICTED ADULT HE HAS EXACTLY SEVEN MINUTES TO GET RICH QUICK' TONIGHT and TUESDAY ,at 7-00 and pm.s CLINT EASTWOOD THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT" green acres drive-in TONIGHT and TUESDAY SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 HERBIE RIDES AGAIN 7 30 9 30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 10 920 THREE MUSKETEERS 7 35 9 SO LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7 00 9 05 THUNDERBOLT LIGHTFOOT 7 10 915 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 05 RESTRICTED ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE FRANKSTEIN MONSTER FROM HELL 900 CAPTAIN KRONOS VAMPIRE MONSTER '055 ONE COMDLETe SHOW 9 00 GATES OPEN 8 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT DUAL GHOUL CHILL SHOW! Your blood will run cold y THE ONLY MAN ALIVE FEAR when the monster rises. BY THE WALKING DEAD. EbANKENSTEIN CAPTAJM KPOHOS: YAMPmEHUMTERl Gates open p.m. One complete show at 9 p.m ENROLL NOW for lessons to start in September We will j offer you an YOU MAY ENROLL FOR AN ACCORDION COURSE; DO IT NOW... The regular value for the 8 week package is BUT AS AN EARLY BIRD SPECIAL NOW ONLY CALL a GUITAR COURSE; PRUEGGER'S MUSIC LTD. a DRUM COURSE. 530-5th Street South Phone 329-3151 ;