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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Police investigate death of Canadian 30 W.Va. 'olice are investigating the leath of Canadian actress Mar- who died earlier this week in hospital. Authorities said tests in- licate Mrs. Bray might have tuffered a fatal reaction to pre- cribed medicine. The actress lerfonned leading roles in West outdoor historical Iramas Honey in the Rock and iatfields and McCoys under the lirection of her David Jray. Mrs. Bray also spent several rears with the Vanguard Pheatre project in Pittsburgh. .Her body was to be cremated with the remains to be to Canada. Italy Days of Italian Cinema started here with a free public screen- ing in an open air Vene- tian plaza before a crowd of The 10-day event takes the place of the Venice Film ended by slow bureau- cracy and political rivalries. The world's oldest film festi- val remained without a direc- tor and staff when parliament did not pass a revision of its charter. A controversy between those who favor a more com- mercial festival and those who prefer a highbrow event has bogged down the charter bill. Cinema Days was started last year by Italian Film-maiers who opposed the surviving com- mercial aspects of the Venice festival. Cheap tickets thousands of mostly young people. Give the kids a ride on the MERRY-GO-ROUND 1710 Mayor Mag rath Dr. Parking NOW UNTIL MID OCTOBER EL RANCHO FRONTIER DINING ROOM Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialties served daily DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS Certainment for your listening pleasure every qp LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday and Saturday and Their Invited Green's Pop Shop Ltd. 544 13th STREET NORTH Open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. POP FOR AS LOW AS l2V4e A BOTTLE This Week's Specials CANADA DRY QUARTS FOR 1 .00 PLUS DEPOSIT UNCLE BENS SOFT DRINKS ASSORTED FLAVORS 12 4 45 WE ARE NOW STOCKED WITH FISHING TACKLE Corner Store With Supermarket SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre OF In Technicolor. Starring Lee Van Reiner Schone and Nick Jordan. Friday and August 31 and September 1. FTriday shows at and p.m. Adult. No Matinee Saturday. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre In Technicolor. Starring Rob- ert Will Geer and Allyn Ann McLerie. Friday and August 31 and September 1. Friday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre MY In color. Starring Bob Hope. Friday and August 31 and September Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre In Technicolor. Starring John Wayne. Friday and August 31 and September 1. Fri- day shows at and p.m. Adult. No Matinee Satur- day. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in In color. Starring Sean Cannery and Brid- gett Bardot. Friday and August 31 and Sep- tember Friday show at p.m. Adult. FABER Tower Theatre WITH MY In color. Starring Mag- gie Smith. Nominated for an Academy Award. Friday and August 31 and September I. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. No Matinee Saturday. SAN FRANCISCO set up a mari- juana plantation with metal reflectors to concentrate the sun's rays on the plants in a remote forest area near here forgot about helicopters. Kenneth pilot of a regional park district's new caught a glint of bright metal hovering discovered a smaU fenced plot. Park ranger Frank Leonetti followed up the sighting and found 19 mature marijuana plants. would have been a mil- lion-to-one shot if that plot had been discovered on the Leonetti said Wednesday. was 20 feet from a trail and you couldn't see a trace of A 48-hour watch on the site brought no captures although 10 plants were removed at night during the surveillance. Joan Waterfield on Vacation THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in the AZTEC LOUNGE PIANO STYLINGS by in the CABARET FRIDAY and SATURDAY Smooth stylings for local patrons Bobby Van at the keyboard Good entertainment rise in Alberta' Good entertainment in South- ern Alberta is just starting to open up says Bobby the first person to perform in a li- censed lounge under revised li- quor regulations back in 1966- 67. now appearing nightly at the El rancho Motors offers a surprising and pleas- ing variety of piano stylings for Lethbridge patrons. He began club dates at Cal- gary's Summit Hotel and in the past 16 played oth- er hotels and nightspots in Eastern Can- ada and Europe. For Van and his Cecil- that type of travel is over. Their he lies with the Alberta audience. always been stuck with THE LETHBRIDGE HOTE Presents 'The Oddfellows1 For Enjoyable Listening travel to make a living. But now the profession is blossom- ing out in Alberta. found I no longer have to he says. Van's music reflects a taste new to Southern less rock or country and more stylings along lines made famous by Frankie Carle. Geo- rge Fcyer and Carmen Caval- laro. like songs that aren't repe- titious. Audiences want to hear they want to hear what the words are. industry in Alberta is young. The industry is going places in Van says. He appreciates the greats of like Bill Kenny for ex- last surviving member of the famed Ink Spots. Now listed in poor condition in Vancouver Bill Kenny draws fond memories from Bobby Van. used to play for Bill Kenny in at the Rendez- vous. That used to be the way we'd playing for some- one coming he re- calls. During his El Rancho the Artec Lounge occasionally resounds with a piano tribute to the ailing If I Didn't It's A Sin Tell A To Each His Own. never it might help says Van. Maybe it will. And selections like played by Bobby will cer- tainly boost the more mature scops of entertainment in South- ern Alberta. Any way you add it It's all easy listening and a lot of good times. They're the fastest draw in the west or anywhere ELK Calif. The George Reese family in- cludes the fastest guns in the or anywhere else. The 37-year-old father can draw and fire a pistol almost as fast as you can blink your eyes. Reese won the 1973 world fast-gun title in competition at THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Metros'' VIMY MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA 3 DAYS OF BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS AUG. 31 AND SEPT. 1 THURS. AND FRI. 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SAT. 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. ALL REGULAR LP'S OFF ALL OFF ALSO CHECK SAVINGS OF TO ON TAPE CASES RADIOS STEREOS CASSETTE PLAYERS RECORD AND TAPE ACCESSORIES earlier this month. The fastest he's ever drawn and fired in competition is .24 of a second. It takes .15 or a second to blink your eyes. The fastest time his has chalked up is .42 of a second. A school bus she won the woman's world title at Milwaukie. Son George has won a state title and can draw in .28 of a second. The other two. 16-year-old Gene and 11-year-old also com- although young Gene prefers trapshooting. Reese says his family has won about 500 trophies. don't really know how many there they're stacked away in Weekend show times PARAMOUNT Friday Little and the Last Complete Show Family Saturday and the Little Last Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT ONEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects is My Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects and Let Last Complete Show Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday Sings the One Complete Show Gates Open Adult paramount cinema atk St. d 4th South. 327 5100 NOW SHOWING At and p.m. Trinity's back in the saddle again and still horsing around. Jraph E Lnine ud ATM Embtssj Preant At Zmjudfi FJa ADULT wiBudSpenoer-YantiSomer-DanaGhk-EnzoTarascio-Emilio JrJS college cinema Mayor Mnuuth Dr. NOW SHOWING At p.m. presrt ROGER MOORE 7T JAMES FLEMING'S ANDLETDIE ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GUY HAMILTON United Artuti green acres TONITE THRU SUNDAY Mayor Migrath Dr. 8t CoultJ 327-11 OB DIANA ROSS IS BILLIE HOLIDAY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Gates Open p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. HIT NO. 2 SKULL' In Color CHRISTOPHER LEE PETER GUSHING _ DY SINGS THE BLUES PARAMOUNT PICTURES CORPORATION and B3W GORCY prese-f DIANA ROSS IN SINGS THE Ol50 starring BILLY DEE WILLIAMS co-starring RICHARD PRYOP Directed by SIDNEY J. FURiE Produced WcSTON WHITE Executive Producer BERRY GO7DY Screenplay by TERENCE McCLCY CHRIS SUZANNE de PASSE Music score by MICHEL LEGRAND Filmed in PANAVIS'ON9 In COLOR A PARAMOUNT PICTURE CONTINUOUS SHOWS SATURDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS FIRST SHOW STARTS at P.M. MATINEES SUN. and MON. at P.M. FIRST SHOW NOW SHOWING TONITE AT P.M. WONDERFUL WORLD' DISNEY THE HAPPIEST CANINE CARTOON OF Cinemascope FAMILY 2 DISNEY FEATURES MMinMSNEYmowcmM ;