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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friduy, August 27, 1971 THE LE7HBRIDGE HERALD 9 Oddities in the News POPLAH BLUFF, Mo. (AP) Grovcr Grccr, 111, was given a birthday parly at the Poplar BlufE Cily Hall recently. He downed a piece of cake and ran oul, saying: Conductor awarded CALGARY Arthur Fiedler, ccnduclor of the Eos- ton Peps Orchestra, was awarded a judgement in Alberta Supreme Ccurl against a show promoter. The judgment was entered in delault against George Wood- all. Mr. Fiedler said lie was net paid for Ihiee concerts in De- cember, 1970, and is lo collect for two shows in Edmon- ton, for one m Calgary plus court costs and air fare. "I have to hurry and meet the bays lor 27 holes of golf." Grccr, manager of the cily's cemetery, p'ays a pretty good game, say his assosialcs. CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) Larry Foster, received :i warning Ihc bench not to gel so excited at wrestling matches, plus a 15-day jail si'.ntencc and a SiiO fine. Foster was conviclcd of dis- orderly conduct after drop- ping a (iO-pcur.d fire extin- guisher from a balcony on De- Irtill wrestler Al Costello, who was not seriously injured. MEET ON LANGUAGES QUEBEC fCP) More than COO delegates from 35 countries ae expected to attend the 13th. international convention of li'.e Society of Romance Languages at Laval University here Aug. Hi-Sept. Organizers said the convention will show Qurtecers they belong lo an international community in North America larger than the purely French- speaking community. EAGLES CLUB PRESENT CUFFS COMBO for your Dancing Pleasure! EAGLES HALL FRIDAY, AUG. 27th MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS jOV JSKAEU ACTOIl run rule of Ti-yvr, the: niai'.j- cliuigiiU'rcil mi kmi'.u of "Fiif- (ik'r on ll'.c is ntiYd Ijy t'liaim Toiiol, who in lU'itfg ninicil Use London sii'L'c as a ji r i n I r r, mrdiaiiic bi'fuT World orchestra WASHINGTON (AP) An I backed by seven musiciEns, will r c ii c s I r a of musicians re-; launch the tunes-in-Lhe-sky pro- frc.Ti vis'Uially every rram with a one-night stand ci'tinlry v.iicie symphonic music aboard American Airlines, funned will play Ihrce Flight 10 to New York today, in New York, Florida i Thereafter, coach passengers tcm in late October, i can belly up to the keys them- Protest police raids ATLIN, B.C. (CP) K-e.v-1 dents cf llrs r-jar the Alsska in IK.. urn British Columbia asked their member cf Parl'i- inent to hllo till1 slcnccs a rtc.'it police Tom Kii'liv.'C-.d, cf Ihe Atlin Uuaitl of Tr; ;'c, Frank LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SAT., AUG.28, at 9 p.m. Al (he MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd Ave. N. Admission per couple Music by THE BRIDGE-TOWN TRIO For f'Aembers and Invited Guests District Calumbia. Ur. William B Walsh, vice- with H keys and an amplifier, of the federalion, an- mil be built into the standup ncu.ired pk'r.s for Ihe concerts, L'ar at the rear of thc lounge, under the nuv.ical direction of Arfliur Fiedler of the Boston Syir.nhuny, EI a news confer- MONTPELIEIi, France 'AP) c.-cc yesterday. Fiedler willl Chaplin, 30, daugh- the orchestra. j tcr of Charlie Chapbn, gave Tlie orchestra o[ J40 m-L'in'icrs will rehearse for seized smuggled ;ds fi-aiu live persons Allin I and abcut in nnd penalties was assessed by cus- tcins. Jir. Kirkwor.d raid Mr. How- ard 'ivculd leek into comn'.air.'.s that police ard cu-tonis fi TONiGHT, SAT, and SUN. Ilirec rinjs el Carnegie Hall in New York Cily. TUN'E-IX-SKY PLAN LOS ANGELES (AP) The ririincs' battle of the couch Ic'jnRcs took a tinkly twist Wednesday with word that one I.'.EHS lo install a piano for pas- Kti'.gcrs to pound. Singer Frank Sinatra Jr., birth to a daughter in a clinic in rj, this southern French town. She is married lo Frenchman .lean-Baplisle Thierrce, thc director of a circus louring in the region. Mother and baby were well. It was not yet known He said Mr. Howard would be II asked "to ii up i.'i Comnions so they can't dn the same thing s o m c w n c r c else." In Vancouver, SOLOIST WASH. FRIDAY, MS. 27fh 7.30 p CHURCH >Klh what name the parente had cho-j hic[ u i; sen for their first child. i ljons _____ 'said is an FILM FESTIVAL J in ncrLhern B.C. VENICE, Italy (AP) The 32nd international Venice film] festival got under way Wednes- j day night with more films.! fewer stars without its once-coveted Lion "BsSon Atiin vc were r'- R- tll3 in the ly u.) in Allin ;i-d VTrc ,.l0 -s Prir-e' H. L. to (ha[ wc ycn 'i, 733 13lh St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. As the opener of 41 films from 21 one from festival un- veiled Dylan Thomas' play Under the Milk Wood, starring plc two husband-wife teams, thc j Richard Burtons and the Peter O'Tooles. festival dropped its Lion Awards years ago after left- U5 13 ist rioters claimed avant garde and art films, often the work of Uie leftists, were being snubbed j by the jury. Competitive awards will be revived next year, however. JAMES STEWART SANDRA DEE IN COtOR_______________ GATcS CPEN P.M. SHOW STARTS P.M. Kan.3nl rrcm a j CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "iX SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS" In Technicolcr. Slarring Maurice Chevalier, Ilaylcy Mills. George Sanders and Wilfred Hyde White. Friday and Saturday, August 27 and 28. Friday shows at and and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH" In color. Starring Victoria Vein. Friday and Saturday, August 27 and 28. Friday shoivs at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2.00 p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre U'alt Disney's "THE WILD COUNTRY" In Tccnicolor. Starring Sieve Forrest. Vera -Miles. Ronny Howard and Frand DC Kova. Plus "NIOK, THE ORPHAN ELE- PHANT" In Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, August 27 and Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "PUF N STUFF" In Technicolor. Starring Jack Wild, Billic Hayes. Martha Have and Mama Casi. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 27, 2B and 2g. Friday slioir at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre IValt Disney's "THE CO.AIPUTOR WORE TENNIS SHOES" In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russcl, Cesar Romero and Joe Fl.Min. Friday and Saturday, August 27 and Friday shows at and 9.00 p.m. Matinee Satur- day at p.m. Family, TABER Tower Theatre "BARQUERO" In color. Starring Lee Van CIccf and John Phillip Law Friday, August 27. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not suitable for Children. Midnight Preview. Friday, August 27 at 12 midnight. "VAJIPIRE BEAST CKAVES BLOOD" in color starring Peter Cushinp. Adult. Saturday afternoon. Aliens! 28, Matinee at pin. "SABIJ AND THE MAGIC RING" in color. All seats Rsnch Boys" Members and Invited Guests! Can- musical to be taped at Toronto TORONTO (CP) The Won- ders of It All, a musical on West Coast painter Emily iviJl be taped at the CBC studios here Dae.. 22 after years of legal enl anglements over copyright. The musical, by Don Matron and Norman Campbell, will run fcr 90 minutes without commer- cials. The taping comes nine I days after the centenary of Miss i Ca'rr's birth. The producers say the show will not be presented at the Cliai'lofletovm Festival as origi nnlly planned, but may be made into a movie. s CJP at FJi 1 fP p R i p.m. FEATURING IN CAMPBELL Sponsored by: PAfJiCS AMD RECREATION DEPARTMENT CiTY OF LETHBRiDGE Oldlinie king 'Jim Fry dies TORONTO (CP) Jimmy i Fry, 71, known as Canada's king of swing in Uie 1930s, died f Thursday in hospital An orches-1 Ira leader for more than 30 i years. His was the first Canadian dance hand to play at toe Cana- dian National exhibition with such headliners as Rudy Vallec I and Guy Lombardo. Born in IJe- lerborough, he started his or-1 chcstra here in his 20s. He re- tired several years ago. I STRIKE LOSSES VP LONDON (Reuler) Mow working days were lost in Brit- ain because of strikes rn the first seven months of this year than in thc whole of 1970. A total of days were lost by the end of July com- pared in 1970, which itself was the worst year for disputes since Uie general strike of 1926. PARAMOUNT Friday rial Saturday Short Subjects "Billy Jack" 7.15, Last Complete Show Saturday Sjircir.l Matinee Short Subjects 'Valley of tin? Givauigi" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT Friday ami Shorl "Subjects "Summer of '-12" Last Complete Show COLLEGE fi.MvUA Friday ar.d Shorl Subjects "The Gunfijht" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES "Hello Dolly" One Complete Sim' ALL SEATS SPECIAL KIDDIES' SATURDAY AFTRRNOON MATINEE AT P.M. OWE COMPLETE SHOW ONLY DOORS OPEN AT P.M. 'BOGS BJJNNY REVIEW 40 MINUTES OF BUGS BUNNY CARTOONS "BILLY JACK" cnc! 'SUMMER OF '42" The Talk Of The Town Just a person who protects children snd Diner living things RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and SAT. AT and P.M. _ RfsWlC'VEDADULT TONIGHT end FAT. AT ond 9.30 P.M. t- production In everyone's life there's a SUMMER OF 12 ADUu-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT and SAT. nf and p.m. J V J AND LESSONS IN PINCHER CREEK EVERY MONDAY L i .I1''! X_ V I U N- If r f AS45 S, UibtSlnte L -Phone 327-0115 ;