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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta frldny, December 4, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HCRAIO 7 CLOSING OUT AND RELOCATION SPECIAL FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 2 SNACK PACKS HANNIGANS 1413 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 328-4038 on way out LONDON (AP) Th3 hey- day of the conductors and the martinets who rule over London's famous red buses, is almost over. They are being eliminated. Clippies are the woman con- ductors who appeared during the Second World War and soon earned the distinctive nickname. They still make up a large portion of the conduc- tor force. In London, conductors are like captains of ships. While MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! Greatest Values Ever LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th Street North J WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENT Friday and Saturday Evening IN THE CLUBROOMS THE BAND "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! COLOR TV RATED NO. 1 SMITH'S Jl-llWiCOUOBTV' MOMTREAU Ml 2 N CMTOE miiiiiiiilillHI til LOT a, sf CLOSED AU DAY MONDAY OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M. Entertain TUESDAY TO SATURDAY to Christmas The Best Christmas Gift of PHILIPS STYLE CONSCIOUS Check These Features; Natural Flesh Tones Automatic Color Temperature Control Sharp Picture Detail Noise Cancelling Circuit Direct Vision Picture Tube Automatic Fine Tuning Automatic Vertical and Horizontal Hold Pin-Cushion Correction Circuit Automatic Voltage Regulator See The Fiddle Free Color W At JACK'S RADIO TV SALES 302 13th Street North Phone 327-4979 drivers sit in isolation in en- closed cabs, the conduct o rs culled Hie fares and rule with absolute powers over bad- tempered rush-hour crowds. It makes no difference whether the conductor is a husky male or a miniskirted clippie. When one rasps "Move along there passen- gers hastily obey. When a clippie catches a traveller who hasn't paid the full fare, the blast of derision makes strong men blush. The conductors are being dropped by London Transport because of demands for more efficiency, constant labor shortages and worsening traf- fic congestion. Instead, it is putting the automatic fare- taking the firing line by converting its fleet of double- and single-deck buses to one-man operations. It is also to build new double deckers designed for one man'operation at a cost of million. The double-deckers seat up to 72 travellers. Only five standees are allowed, and they must be downstairs. The new long wide single- deck buses called Red Ar- as many people, but two thirds of them are straphangers, jolting a r 0 u nc precariously in stop-start traf- fic. MINUS ONE CLUB CHRISTMAS DANCE Sat., Dec. 5th p.m. EL RANCHO GLEN'S DEN Music by the RAYMOND CANADIANS For further information phone 327-1448 LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY Presents PREMIERE NFB '70 NINE AWARD WINNING FILMS FROM THE NATIONAL FILM BOARD YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TUESDAY, DEC. 8th 8 p.m. Admission free by ticket available from Main Library, Gait Gardens. NO TELEPHONE REQUESTS OR BOOKINGS SOUTH ERNt A L B E RTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BARQUERO" In color. Starring Lee Van Cleff and Warren Dates. Friday and Saturday, December 4 and 5. Friday shows at and p.m, Adult Not Suitable for Children. Special Matinee Saturday, Decem- ber 5 and p m. "KING HICHAHD AND THE CRU- SADERS" In color. Starring Hex Harrison. Family. All Tickets 50c. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" In color. Starring Robert Redford, Katharine Ross and Paul Newman. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, December 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. Friday show at p.m. Adult. Special show Saturday, Decem- ber 5 only. "COUGAR COUNTRY" In color. Shows at and p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THEY CALL ME, MISTER In color Starring Sidney Poitier and Martin Landau. Friday and Saturday, December 4 and 5 Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday Matinee at p.m. "THE FLYING FONTAINES" In color. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "COLOSSUS, FOHBIN color. Starring Eric Braden, Susan Clark and Gordon Pinsent. Friday, Decem- ber 4. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Matinee Satur- day at p.m. "DISNEY FEATURETTE" Plus cartoons. Admission 35c. more out of life Take the family to a movla CJOC PRESENTS IN PERSON PRESENTING -IN STEREO SEE, HEAR, AND DANCE TO THE HAPPY MUSIC OF THIS TREMENDOUS GROUP EXACTLY AS HEARD ON RECORD RADIO DIRECT FROM SPOKANE WASHINGTON Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion SATURDAY, DEC. 5th 9 p.m. ADMISSION S2.50 PK PERSON Advance Tickati at Musicland, Doug's Music Sporis, Club Cigar Store, and Marcel's Cigar Store Tennessee Ernie Ford bereaved BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) Maude Leo Ford, 74, mother pt Tennessee Ernie Ford, died in hospital here after a long illness. Her husband, T. C, Ford, died last June. DIIIECTOH FIRED MOSCOW (AP) The direc- tor of Moscow's Eolshoi Thea- tre, Mikhail Clmlaki, has been ousted from the post he held for more llun 15 vests it was re- ported yesterday. The n e w paper Vechernaya Moskva says Chulaki will be succeeded by Yuri Muromtsev. SINGER TO WED PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (Reu- ter) _ Singer Nancy Sinatra will marry producer Hugh Lam- bert in a Roman Catholic cere- mony here Dec. 12, her agent said here. It is the second marriage for both Nancy, 30, and Lambert, 40, who has two children. The reception to the wedding will take place at her father Frank Sinatra's desert home here. SHOWMAN DIES CHICAGO (AP) E. K. Fer- nandez, one of the world's old est aclive showmen and carni- val operators, is dead at the age of 80. igh-rise homes for elderly EDMONTON cab- inet, has approved payments, loans and guarantees of million to the Alberta Housing Corp. The order provides a guaran- ;ee of million for housing :or the elderly and students end public housing projects jiroughout the province. B. R. Orysiuk, director of the Alberta Housing Corp., said the program is designed to provide wusing for welfare recipients on a larger scale than any- hing attempted in the past. High rise homes for the elderly costing million to million each, are included for Edmonton and Calgary. VISITS UP REGINA (CP) More than 2.25 million people visited Sas- katchewan provincial parks this year, up 12 per cent from 1969, the department of natural re- sources says. A growing aware- ness of facilities on the part of residents was cited as the rea- son for the growth. Joan Bovyman's column appears page 10, Saturday ON SALE AT MAIN OFFICE PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING DAILY TO P.M. ALSO AT THEATRE BOX OFFICES TILL 10 P.M. SATURDAY AFTERNOON KIDDIES MATINEE OLLEGE INEMA' COLLEGE MALL 328 ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. ALL DISNEY CARTOON SHOW 2 Hours of Fun and Laughter Bring the kiddies, then do your Christmas shopping ALL SEATS COLLEGE TONITE thru SUNDAY Tonite at ond p.m. FIRST SHOW SAT. STARTS AT P.M. IUVIOJANB8EN- RESTRICTED ADULT HUfiTEUBY BLOanLUSTKHlEHS! Color- David JanssEn-JeanBeherg-LEBlCDbfa-James Booth SHOWING SUNDAY EVENING AT P.M. ONLY' Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Wusa" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Wusa" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Sicillian Clan" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Macho Callahan" Last Complete Show Saturday Special Cartoon Matinee One Complete. Show Short Subjects "Macho Callahan" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT 4ih AVE 8th St 3375100 NOW SHOWING Tonite at and p.m. SATURDAY FIRST SHOW P.M. CONTINUOUS f rawuM prtttntl PAUL JOANNE ANTHONY NEWMAN WOODWARD PERKINS ADULT NOT SUITABLI FOR CHILDREN ,tatmnt OOHKRDCN UlltUtV" SfiUCECABOT ktCKSejUrtlAUKtTM IMUflftlfvIo SHOWING SUNDAY EVENING ONE COMPIETE SHOW AT P.M. SHOWING ONITE thru TUES. PARAMOUNT CINEMA 4tH AVE -8th ST 327 5100 2 SHOWS DAILY at and p.m, HIGHLY ENTERTAINING FRENCH CRIME FILM- suspensefully and imagina- tively plotted, slickly made. We seem able to touch and smell and even taste the underworld they inhabit and one is more than grateful to them all, just for existing and by so doing re- storing thi sjmple. old fashioned pleasure of movie going." Schickel, Life 2Crth Century-Fox Presents A HENRI ViRNEUL-JACOUES E. STRAUSS PRODUCTION THE SICILIAN CLAIM ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN JEANOAB1H J ALAIN PELON IRINA DEMIC AMEDEO NAZZARI AM PAHAVISOti' Cent bv DE LUXE1 ;