Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, Docombor 15, 1970 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD 7 jane Fonda wins sour apple title HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac- tress Jane Fonda Sunday won the Hollywood Women's Press Club Sour Apple Award based on supposedly presenting the worst image of Hollywood to the World. Socreds, PCs imion set REGINA (CP) A founding convention has been set for Jan. 29 and 30 in Saskatoon for the party that is to emerge from a union of the Progressive Conservative Association of Saskatchewan and the Provin- cial Social Credit League. The date for the convention was announced here in a jcint statement issued by Don Swen- son, president of the Conserva- tive group, and Austin Hunt, president of the Social Credit League. OPENS RINK LACOMBE, Alia. (CP) This central Alberta town re- cently opened a arena, its fifth since 1906. FOR WILY INSPIRATION The actress won over Jack Valenli, Motion Picture Produc- tion Association head, for his endorsement of Myra Breckcn- ridge, and over Richard Zan- uck, head of the studio which produced the x-rated films Myra and Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. The club selected James Stewart and Robert Young (tie) and Carol Burnett as Stars of the Year and Carrie Snodgress and Flip Wilson as Newcomers of the Year. t Danny Thomas was given the; first annual Louella 0. Parsons Award for presenting the "pro- per image" of Hollywood to the world. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Singer Merilee Rush, whose recording of Angel of the Morn- ing sold 1.5 million records, has Hied suit seeking release from iier contract with Penthouse Records, Inc. JANE FONDA Bad I inn Hushes aide r? suspects 110 liaiiky-pank) LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Memphis firm has not been making use of her talents. PROVIDE ANIMALS SASKATOON (CP) More ;han mice, rats and guinea pigs were produced in the year ended last June by the Animal Resources Centre on the Saskatoon campus of the University of Saskatchewan. The reason is the centre pro- vides experimental animals for research as for away as Van- couver and Halifax. COLLEGIATE CAROUSEL DRAMA-BAND-FASHION SHOW ART Wednesday, Dec. 16 7.30 p.m. Lethbridge Collegiate Auditorium Adults Students 50c Refreshments Served ALBIHTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SLAVES" In color. Starring Stephen Boyd, Dionne Warwick and Ossie Davis. Tuesday, December 15, show is at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "DADDY'S GONE A-HUNTING" In Technicolor. Star- ling Paul Burke and Carol White. Tuesday and Wednes- day, December 15 and 16. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Recommended For Children. Theatre Gift Books now on sale at the box office. PINCHES CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LAWYER" In color. Starring Garry Newman. Harry Gould and Kathleen Crowley. Tuesday and Wednesday, December 15 and 16. Tuesday show at p.m. Restrict- ed Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "VIVA MAX" In color. Starring Peter Ustinov. Tuesday, December 15, shows at and p.m. Adult. Gel more out of life Take the family lo a has the "complete confiden and total faith" of the billio aire recluse. And he says he h no reason to suspect any ha ky-panky by his underlings. "My administrat ion of t Hughes properties in Ncvai has been conducted with the fi knowledge of Mr. Howard Hughes and pursuant to his cific said Mai) in a statement. The 53-year-old former FB man is resisting hi court 1 ouster by the Hughes Tool Ci which holds title to most of t! gambling, hotel and minui properties. Maheu issued the slateme Sunday night after Time mag i zine reported that Hughes came suspicious of some of hi i Nevada employees last Febn. i ary when federal investigate toid him there might, be corru tion in his organization. Federal officials told Hughe the magazine said, that unde world figures worked in tl Hughss organization, that h casinos hid some of their taxa ble gambling profits and tha entertainers at his night club had to kick back part of their salaries. Firebomb row in Saigoii SAIGON (Reuter) Ameri can commanders tonight or dered the presence of U.S. sen icemen in Saigon cut to a mini mum as students in the capita continued a firebomb campaigr of revenge for the slaying of schoolboy last week. A command spokesman sail movements of military person nel in the Saigon area were re- stricted to official business. A firebomb was thrown at a U.S. Army bus in Saigon this afternoon, the third day in a row that American vehicles have been the target of fire- bomb .attacks. No one was in- jured. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 Came close to war LONDON (AP) A BrilisL source reported here thn East-West relations over Berlin in September came close to mil itary confrontation. Trouble built up Sept. 29 whei the Soviet Union formally ad vised the Western powers of intention to close the air con- dors linking West Germany wit West Berlin. As an immediate response the governments of U n i t e i States President Nixon, Brilisl Prime Minister Edward Heat! and French President George Pompidou resolved to counte any such move by sending mili tary aircraft through the air lanes. The British informant saic this decision posed the definite risk of dangerous military clashes, but it was a risk tha the allies felt had to be taken. In any event, the Soviet threa petered out with Soviet diplo mats arguing the whole tiling was a mistake. Senior western officials think otherwise. Thei view is that the threat endec only because of firm Westerr defiance. After the Russians caneellec their threat, the Western allie sought to assess whether th move was a deliberate effort b. Moscow to test the West's deter mination or whether it was result of East German pres sures aimed at thwarting a Ber lin settlement. The British, at least, are con vinced this essentially was a So- viet operation and, as Britis leaders see it, the lesson for tht Western allies must be to slant firm in dealing with Moscow. Newspaper telephones bugged WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) _ The Star said Monday an electronic eavesdropping device was found Sunday on the office telephone of A. H. Fast, vice-prestdent general manager of the daily newspaper which has been closed by a sit-in strike since Dec. 2. A statement from Publisher Farrell said the news- paper's phones were checked during the weekend. "We were tipped off on Fri- day that our telephones were icing Mr. Farrell said. "We employed an expert and in the course of his investi- (ation Sunday, he discovered he bug on Mr. Fast's tele- ihones." The sit-in involves 95 mem- icrs of three craft unions. The union members refuse to eave the building until comple- ion of a new contract. Mr. Far- ell has said negotiations will ot resume until the men leave ie building. The company has offered a 40-a-week increase in a three- ear agreement to bring rate or compositors, stereotypers nd pressmen to from ie present weekly wage of 166.50 by March 1, 1972. The union has asked a for the groups, but Allan teritage, international repre- entative of the International ypographical Union, says here is room for a compromise. Involved are Local 533, ITU 274, International Print- ng, Pressmen and Assistants Inion, and the Windsor unit of lie International Stereotypers Electrotypers Union. New Disney film for Christmas By JiOI! THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Start- ing with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, every cartoon feature from tile Disney studio during a 30-year period bore llie personal stamp of Walt Disney himself. The Aristocats is the first one that doesn't. The Disney organization is re- leasing its latest full-length car- toon at Christmas time, helping parents the increasing problem of how to find movies the kids can see. The Aristocats will be closely examined by critics for evidences of change, now that the master's hand no longer rules the product. Jungle Book was the last ani- mated feature to be supervised by Disney, who died four years ago this month. The critics will find no major difference in The Aristocats. It displays the meticulous anima- tion, beguiling characters and robust humor that have marked previous Disney features. Plus the cuteness that seems to bug highbrow critics. FEEL LOSS The Disney system continues. The man who now oversees the cartoons as producer is a long- time Disney hand, Wolfgang (Woolie) Reitherman. He admit- ted the loss that he and the other animation makers feel about Walt. "During the production proc- ess, Walt saw what we were said Reitherman. 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