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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF Fresh Fish and Seafoods WlllbcMdal Fort Whoop-up Service Herring Oysters Halibut Shrimp Salmon Smoked fish Nov. 6 Nov. 9th From 11a.m. and 9p.m. Afk For Prieelot and Schedule FRIDAY and SATURDAY at the MINERS' 733 -13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Dactmbar 1973 THE L6THBRIDQF HERALD-7 Hunters DoCtOF Orders may be limited 6Liz' to rest Comedy act Micheal Boncoeur does a skit on a drug trip during a performance in a Toronto club by a group called La Troupe Grotesque. Formed in Vancouver four years the group is one of the longest surviving comedy acts in Canada. Mont. Montana Fish and Game Wesley says he may favor a proposal to limit out-of-state if a large number of Montana resident hunters push for such a limitation. Woodgerd noted that legislation is being prepared by sportsmen's organizations to place a ceiling on non- resident licences. Hie state already has a 10-per-cent limit on special permits alloted to non-residents. Woodgerd said licence limitation appears to be in the particularly since neighboring states have initiated such programs. NO DONOR Calif. A New York City policeman whose colleagues raised lo fly him here for a heart transplant has died of heart failure at Stanford Medical Centre. A hospital spokesman said Harvey in critical condition grew steadily There was no donor for a weekend operation. LOS ANGELES Doctors Tuesday ordered actress Elizabeth Taylor to remain in the UCLA medical centre where she underwent surgery last Wednesday for removal of a cyst on her right ovary and correction of an ab- normal intestinal formation. A spokesman for the actress doctors just wanted her to have more rest and be completely recov- The spokesman said that some time after the first of the year the 41-year-old actress will leave for Hawaii to visit her Howard Taylor. FILES SUIT Tenn. The wife of singer Jerry Lee Lewis has filed a court suit seeking separate maintenance and child support but not divorce. Jaren the singer's fourth charged her 37- year-old husband with cruel and inhuman treatment in the suit filed Monday. She did not elaborate. The suit said the couple seperated last Wednesday. They were married Sept. and have a 20-month- old daughter. NIGHT SOUNDS England Widow Kay thought it must be rolled over and went back to sleep. Next day one be- lieved I slept through it she said. The was a truck carrying 18 tons of steel which had crashed into her almost demolishing it. Driver Arthur Stokes es- caped injury. GOLDEN MILE SINGERS 2nd ANNUAL CAROL FESTIVAL DEC. 8-2 p.m. GOLDEN MILE CENTRE SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre in color. Starring Elizabeth Hart- man and Joe Don Baker. December 6 show at p.m. Restricted Adult. FORT Theatre WARM in color. Starring Sidney Poitier. Friday and December 7 and 8. Thursday show at 8 p.m. MILK Theatre BETWEEN MEN AND in color. Star- ring Jack Lemmon and Barbara Harris. Thursday and Friday December 6 and 7. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre in color. Starring Bill Cosby and Robert Gulp. December 6 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Theatre CLASS OF '44 in color. Starring Gary Grimes and Jerry Hauser. Thurs- Friday and December 7 and 8. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children Sexy sequence opens night club comedy act TORONTO The lights dim. Sleazy night-club music begins to play and from the wings two enormous women bare- bosomed and sliding suggestively to the music across the stage. They step down into the swirl around several good-looking gentlemen in the then disappear back stage. the audience won- ders if this is the club billing La Troupe Grotesque or if 6 for 86 SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE FOR OUR COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDBE PUBLIC SKATING and MUSEUM Dec. Die. Die. Dae. Dec. 10 FHTZSKX Swim 1200-1 00 p Swim 12QO-VOO Dm Free Family Swim 2 p m Public 7 30-9 30 p Swim 3 00-6 00 p SWIM 1.00-5.00 p.m. FAMILY SWIM Swim 12 00-1 00 pm HENDERSON PARK Public Skating 400-5.30 p.m. ADAMS ICE Skate Skate 2 00 -4 00 p Skate 1 00 230 p.m. Public Skate 3 00 500 p.m Family Skating 6 00-7-30 p CMC ICE Public Skating Skating Skating 1-00-2-30 p m. Public Skating TO ALEXANDER SAT 30 30 00-5 00 p p.m. they've somehow wandered into a strip joint. The confu- sion is quickly cleared up when Paul Willis and Michael Boncoeur appear to take a bow. The sexy sequence in La Troupe's opening skit in which the two young com- edians don life-like plastic costumes of well-endowed ladies. It brought the house down. very funny because no- body knows what to Michael said after the show. costumes were made for us by a prominent theatre company in Toronto and cost about each. That's no La Troupe form- ed in Vancouver four years is one of the longest sur- viving comedy acts in a country says has no tradition of many we are the first live comedy they have RUN SOLD OUT La Troupe recently com- pleted a two-week sold-out run in displaying an original and outrageously funny brand of comedy which brought audiences to their feet and broke the club's attendance records. it established Paul and Michael among the coun- try's leading comedy and performers. Their show is written in similar vein to the popular British comedy Monty Python's Flying although Michael stresses that Monty Python was only an early influence. Flying Circus is uni- que inasmuch as it has created a whole new dimen- sion in he said. try to work in the same direc- making the whole skit really funny and ridiculous and not building up to a grand punch line at the end. Punch lines can kill a skit While La Troupe tried to shy away from local the two comedians have found that material geared for a par- ticular audience has always proved popular. While Vancouver proved to be an ideal breaking ground for the really got to know how to make an audience .Michael U of C buys collection Gray papers found the city restricting. Since the La Troupe has made several successful tours of college campuses in the United States and Eastern Canada and in Toronto the CBC has shown interest in their comedy-writing hiring the two on several occasions to script Sunday variety shows. their first comedy al- bum is near completion. Paul and Michael hope to be able to take their brand of comedy to the entertainment centres of the such as London and Los one day. said mean we've made Now on sale at these locations 1. EATON'S MAIN OFFICE -2nd floor 2. THEATRE OFFICE next door to Leisters 3. TORONTO DOMINION BANK College Mill 4. THEATRE BOX OFFICES p.m. 10 p.m. Green Island White It even sounds refreshing. GREEN ISLAND WHITE RUM BLANC A kltnd of the Canadian and Imported White Rams Melange Jt rhumi blqncs canaduns el importis de la meilleure qualiti Fl. O7. ml AI.C VOI. INTERNATIONAL DISTILLERS OF CANA DA AI.RF.R1 A f Now available throughout Alberta. CALGARY The Universi- ty of Calgary library has ac- quired the personal papers of well-known western Canadian author James H. Gray. Recently the collection includes copies of all the and articles written by Gray as well as his personal cor- respondence with many leading Canadian figures. Correspondence used in the preparation of his five books and extensive documentation on the Prairie Farmer's Rehabilitation are also included in the mass of documents. Born in Gray now lives on a farm near Calgary. For many years he was an editorial writer for the Winnipeg Free Press and represented that paper in the press gallery in Ottawa. He later edited Farm and Ranch and is now a freelance cor- respondent for six Canadian newspapers. Well-known for his publications on the Canadian Mr. Gray has received much recognition in the scholarly world. Two salesmen plead guilty EDMONTON Emil of was fined and a Van- couver resident tremanded in custody to Dec. 12 for a pre- sentence report after they pleaded guilty to dealing in stock contrary to the Alberta Securities Act. Provincial Court Judge Lu- cien Maynard was told Deer- ing sold shares of Glenburn In- dustries Ltd. in Alberta although the company had not registered with the Alberta Securities Commission. Imne of Van- pleaded guilty to two charges of selling unlicensed stock and to cashing a worthless cheque. Favor union WINNIPEG A ma- jority of the faculty members at University of Manitoba have voted in favor of forming a union for contract negotiations. ADULT ENTIRTAINMENT i i It took Mm 20 years to find out who he was and 2 laps to let the world know. 20th Century-Fox Presents THE LAST AMERICAN A Joe Wizan-Rojo Production Starring JEFF VALERIE GERALDINE KITZGERALD Directed by LAMONT JOHNSON Produced by WILLIAM ROBERTS and JOHN CUTTS Written by WILLIAM ROBERTS Based on articles by TOM WOLFE Music CHARLES FOX JIM CROCE sings 'I Got A Lyrics by NORMAN GIMBEL Music by CHARLES FOX COLOR BY Starts Tomorrow college cinema Shows at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount TONITE and FRI. At P.M. I Joseph F Levme and Brut Productions Presentation ELIZABETH TAYLOR LAURENCE HARVEY BILLIE WHITELAW NOW ON RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema TONITE and FRIDAY AT P.M. FAMILY college cinema LAST TIMES TONITE At p.m. ;