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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Dtcwnbtr 20, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 11 Heston to star in war movie HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) Universal Studios announced yesterday it would make a film of the Second World War naval battle of Midway which would present both Japanese and American viewpoints on the encounter. The Pacific Ocean battle of June, 1942 in which four Japanese aircraft carriers New centre WINNIPEG (CP) The city of Winnipeg will open its new downtown convention centre with a four-day ex- travaganza Jan. 15-18. Details of the events were announced Thursday by Mayor Stephen Juba and Jules Benson, executive vice- president of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. The entertainment will include discotheques, casinos and concerts by the symphony, Henry Mancini, the Irish Rovers, Marty Rob- bins and Ferlin Husky. Also planned is an auction including over 100 works of art and an art show featuring works by Chagall, Dali, Matisse, Miro and Charles Bragg. Picture yourself as second t quarter millionaire BUY YOUR TICKETS FROM THE MEMBERS OF PARTICIPATING SERVICE AND CHURCH CLUBS THE WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY More than S750.000 in total prizes! 1908 lucky people will win! Ticket sales close January 15th. 1975 Preliminary Draw January 31st. 1975 were sunk is seen by strategists as a turning point of the war, reversing Japan's early naval dominance in the Pacific. The film, which will be made in association with the Mirisch Corporation, is to star Charlton Heston. Filming will begin next April. Dancer's death ruled suicide FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) Police here have ruled the death of exotic dancer Carol Cybolski, by a four-foot rattlesnake used in her act, a suicide. The 37-year-old divorcee had grown despondent after the night club at which she was working was raided and most of the dancers arrested, police said. She later quit, telling the club's manager she was interested in finding a more respectable line of work. Mrs. Cybolski, who appeared on stage with the rattlesnake, water moccasin and tarantula as "Jessie James and Her was found in her apartment last week and taken to hospital where she died. Police said some letters about her possible death were found in the apartment. Osmond's bride sued FARMINGTON, Utah (AP) The bride of Wayne Os- mond of the singing Osmond brothers, Kathlyn, has been sued for her alleged refusal to return scholarship money she won in a Miss Utah pageant. Mrs. Osmond, 23, gave up her crown and married into the Osmond family in ceremonies performed last Friday at the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City. The legal action charges she has refused to return a portion of a scholarship she received when she was selected Miss Utah. It asks that be returned so that it can be given her successor, Jill Lynn Smith of American Fork. According to the suit, Mrs. Osmond signed a contract providing that, if she married, she would forfeit not only her title but "all scholarships." NO HOUSE CALLS DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuter) A new city or- dinance prohibits massage parlor attendants from mak- ing house calls and from per- forming their trade nude. The measure is being challenged in court by massage parlor operators. happiness... is arriving safely! Besf wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Mel Godlonton 2219-2nd Ave. N., Lethbridge 327-74OO ALMOST EVERYWHERE YOU GO! GlKtlWOOD 'Sanitation for the Nation' This is our baby-The 1975 World Almanac and Book of Facts. We have one every year. Our newest baby was born through the efforts of a dedicated band of fact-finders and statistic selectors -The World Almanac staff.They work year-'round researching, revising, editing, writing, checking and doublechecking a mountain of constantly changing information to provide the world with the most up-to-date and accurate information available. The 1975 World Almanac, as current as the November elections, is 976 pages packed with a million-plus facts and figures. Thousands of subjects detailed in the new World Almanac include ecology, space, nations of the world, states, cities and provinces of North America, metrics, weights and measures, government, Academy Awards, celebrated personalities, world leaders, colleges and universities, population, Zip Codes, history, nutritional value of foods, a sports-book-within-a-book, consumer protection information, tax tables and much, much more. Whatever the question, you'll find the answer fast when you look in The World Almanac. Get your copy of the new 1975 World Almanac, priced at just Look in the World Almanac m Clip and mail this handy order form for your copy of The World Almanac. Please mail Copies of The World Almanac. I am enclosing (cheque or money order) plus 35d for handling and mailing charges for each copy. NAME ADDRESS CITY Mail to: The Lcthbridge Herald P.O. Box 670, Lethbridge If you prefer to pick up your copy, The World Al- manac is available at The Lethbridge Herald Bus- iness Office for per copy. ;