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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TONIGHT TINKER BAND AT THE ALEC HOTEL VASA LODGE NO. 579 NEW YEARS DANCE Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. C. Doc. 9 p.m. Admission per Lunch Included May Obtained by Phoning 328-4615 MRK P1AZA HOLIDAY HOURS CHRISTMAS EVE Embassy Dining Room and Restaurant Closes at 8 p.m. CHRISTMAS DAY Embassy Dining Room Smorgasbord v 12 noon to 8 p.m. BOXING DAY Embassy Dining Room and Restaurant 10 a.m. to a.m LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13tn St. N Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms Saturday-Dec. 15 MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 49 numbers 10th Game Blackout in 59 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH DRAW FOR FREE TURKEYS Entry Card All Wood Cards Children Under 18 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played In the club room for members and their Invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. NEW YEARS EVE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre color. Starring Simon Anne Bancroft and Robert Shaw. December 15 shows at and p.m. FAMILY. FORT Theatre LADY SINGS THE In color Starring Diana Ross as Bilie Holiday. December 15 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Starts December 16 THE DIRTY In color. Starring Chip Gorman. Sunday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. MILK Theatre In color. Starring James Garner and Low Gosset. Saturday and December 15 and 16. Show time each night at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER Theatre Walt Disney's LITTLE In Techni- color. December 15 shows at and 9.00 p.m. FAMILY. Sunday. December 16 only STRANGER IN In Metrocolor. Starring Tony Anthony. Sunday show at p.m. ADULT. Theatre In color. Starring Steve McQueen and All MacGraw. December 15 shows at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Sculptor gains recognition ivry me IE i ncn DETROIT HOMICIDE RATE HIGHEST By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA When you've milked cows winter and summer on a Saskatchewan farm for most of your you become pret- ty well attuned to all their whims and fancies. This is even if you have the artistic talents of a sculp- tor like Joe Fafard of Sask.. 15 miles west of Regina. in abstract art today is to be found in a he says by way of introducing the first in a new series of Na- tional Film Board half-hour shows to be seen on the CBC- TV network starting Dec. 19. raised in a family of 12 feeling isolated out on the Prairies because of their French is gaming recognition as one of Saskatchewan's most talented sculptors His figures in clay of cows and of people are beginning to command big prices and attention at art galleries in Pans and New York The NFB called sim- ply is its successor to a 12-week series on Adieu shown last winter on CBC-TV and being repeated this season on Sun- day afternoons The film board also has plans for a series on Canada's coastal Atlantic B.C.. and the Arctic Ultimately it will cover all Canada The film on Joe I Don't Have to Work That gives a kaleidoscopic view of small-town life on the flat freight trains pounding through non- hamburgers in the cor- ner planting a hedge of raspberries to keep the kids off the street SUCCESS FILM Second in the series is a film on the enterprise and success of Catskinner monton based contractor Robert Keen who built an in- dustrial empire with income of million a year from land-moving machines Keen's chuckle of satisfac- tion runs like theme music through the culminating in his entry in the chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede. Third in the series is to be a look at Noel chief of the Starblanket Indian reserve near Fort Qu'appelle and vice-president of the Sas- katchewan Indian Association He knows the secret of get- ting government and has learned all the white man's which he intends to use in furthering the welfare of his people. The Joe Fafard film was di- rected by Michael McKen- nirey. and Catskinner Keen and Starblanket by Donald Bnttam Other films in the series will go into family life in the Peace River district and at Churchill. the songs of Cal Cavendish of co- operative fanning at Sask the Jewish settlers of and the enterprise of the Globe Theatre in staging a comedy about the Riel Rebellion. Santa talks to deaf children ABILENE. Tex Santa's fingers moved quick- like children skipping through leaves. There was no but to the two toddlers seated on his knee his hands conveyed words of joy. The three huddled in fascinated silence Tina Adams and her brother. Tommy It was the first time in all her three years that Tina un- derstood what Santa was saying more impor- he understood her Tina s fingers danced the rhythm of the sign language of the deaf. And Santa understood' He said he did With his hands Tommy was also with Santa for the tirst time The pupils at the West Texas Rehabilitation visited Santa with their teacher at a department store Santa said he had learned sign language years ago at an Austin church but said he had never met deaf children before love you Santa said as the bundled-up Tina and Tommy departed OVERSEAS ORDERS HAMILTON West- inghouse Canada Ltd. has re- ceived orders for about mil- lion worth of black-and-white television picture tubes from manufacturers in Italy and Spain. The company said Tuesday it expects to book orders with TV set mariufac- in EVinra anil ITnolanH DETROIT The shooting death of 43-year-old Magnolia Bell McBride this week resembled most of the other 699 Detroit killings that preceded her violent death this police say If there was any discernible difference to this it would be that the city never had 700 homicide victims within a single year before. Today Detroit is credited by FBI crime statistics with the highest homicide rate of the United States' top 25 cities. Detroit police officials are hard pressed to explain the rapid rise in killings. there is an it's not easy to put your finger on it.' says John who has been an inspector with the homicide section since 1963. have so many unsolved cases now. it's hard to deter- mine motives ONE-THIRD UNSOLVED Domm said about a third of the city's homicides go un- compared to about five per cent in the past. He said crime solving has been hampered by an influx of narcotics-related killings in- volving persons unwilling to co-operate with police. a lot of fear in the people don't want to become Domm said Most city follow the pattern that resulted in Mrs. McBnde's police say. Usually the killings involve relatives or are preceded by spon- taneous arguments and end with the pull of a gun trigger 65 per cent of the time. Police say Mrs. McBride was shot by her husband. The shooting allegedly followed a squabble between the couple over the eviction of a tenant. McBride later was charged with second-degree murder. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC MOSS CwWtod'D l Utochmfe Mh St Ph. 327-7244 Minus One Club Dance Polish 7 Ave. -13 St. N. Dec. p.m. to 1 MIL MUSIC BY THE Members and Invited Guests Van Dyke in alcoholic TV movie LOS ANGELES Dick Van Dyke plays an alcoholic sliding toward self- destruction in the television movie The Morning After. He says the role is a familiar one tor him I call myself an he said in an inter- view a large number of years'I said I had a drinking problem Alcoholic is harder to Van who has his own TV said he stopped drinking in August. 1972. never interferred with my he said in an inter- view I never drank before or during work never gave a drunken performance 1 never drank publicly 1 went home and did my drinking there I drank un- til I was drunk In the ABC Movie of the to be broadcast later this Van Dyke plays an executive whose drinking destroys his marriage and his career There is no happy en- only a last-minute resolve to quit drinking He ends up a helpless drunk who has lost all self-esteem When he was cast for the role Van Dyke said it was not known that he was an alcoholic AND SAT. PARK PLAZA CABARET PRESENTS 'CHALLENGE' CLUB New Years Eve Frolic Civic Centre December p.m. Music by MARKET For Information Phom liter 6 p.m. 327-1917 STARTS MONDAY Cliff Robertson The story of Ace Eli... when planes were young and the world was innocent... except for Ace's son Rodger... Rodaer of the Skies 6 lor 86 SUGGESTED PRICE FOR OUR NATIONAL ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUL-SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 D.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Dec. 15th FOR CHRISTMAS GIVE BOOKS Of FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE TICKETS FREE TICKET IN EVERY BOOKS for ADULTS and for YOUTH and GOLDEN AGE ON SALE AT THESE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 1. EATON'S MAIN OFFICE-2nd floor 2. THEATRE OFFICE next door to Leisters 3. TORONTO DOMINION BANK College Mall 4. THEATRE BOX OFFICES p.m. 10 p.m. FAMILY EVENINGS DAILY AT p.m. ONLY SUNDAY TONITE and AT p.m. ONLY TiddlerontneRoof Uniten Arlisls SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. STARTS SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT 8 P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT There are marriages... and there are marriages and the go on...and on...and on... and on -VICTORIAVETRI-AIHEEECCLES-SOLOMOHSTURGES-CLAUDIA JENNINGS-ZACKTAYLOR COMPANION FEATURE THE GREATEST BLOOD-SHOW ON ADULT-HOT FOR THF SAKE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN OF YOUR PRAY college cinema STARTS SUNDAY One Show p.m. THE Brother Man RESTRICTED in the Motherland. ADULT LAST TIMES TONITE FIRST SHOW STARTS 7 P.M. Shaft is sticking way. COLOR PORTRAIT 4 Custom Size Portraits. Plus COMBINATION PRESENTATION ATTRACTIVELY MOUNTED ED KEELINO A.E. Cross Studio Convenient Location 710-3rdAve.S. 328'01 1 1 PhonM 328-0222 MMTfflf RICHARD ROUNDTftCE JOHN SHAFT SiV. BRYAN WIL Wirnlng OUKliMIM I1L MGM Resents A STIRLING ROGER LEWIS Reduction AFRICA' Stamng RICHARD ROUNDTREE-VONETTA McGEE ENDS TONITE IN COLOR with DONALD SUTHERLAND ;