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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 23, 1974 THE LETHBHIOGE HERALD Soccer scores LONDON (CIJ) Hosulls of soccer Dailies played Saturday in Hritain- KNUUSII [.KAGUI-: DIVISION I lliriiiiiigluirn (1 Liverpool Burnley I Middlosbrougli'l Chelsea I West Ham I KviTLon 2 Carlisle 3 Gulon 1 Derby 0 Mane City 0 Wolverluimplon 0 Newcastle 3 Leeds 0 Stoke 0 Arsenal 2 Tottenham 1 Queen's Pit 2 Division II HulUm 3 Oxford 1 Bristol H 0 I'urlsinoulh I Cardiff 0 Notts C 0 Millwall 2 Sheffield W 1 Norwich 3 Bristol C '2 Notts Forest 0 Blackpool 0 Oldham 0 Sunderland 0 Orient 0 Hull 0 Southampton 0 Kulluirn (I West Broin 2 Aston Villa 0 York 0 Man United 1 Division HI Brighton 2 Plymouth 2 (jillingliain 4 Chesterfield 0 YAMAHA ORGANS I New and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC B 304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge Griinsby I Charlton 1 Halifax 3 Bournemouth 2 Hereford li lluddorsficli! Walsill I'restori 1 Puit Vali- C Swindon 0 1'cLcrborougli I Tranmere 0 Uury 0 Wrexham 5 Watford 1 Southern! vs. Aldvrshot Division IV Barnsley 5 Northampton 1 Bradford 1 Soulhport 2 Brentford 2 Scunthorpc 0 Daflinglon 1 Crewe 0 Duncaster 0 Cambridge 1 Hcirtlepuols 5 Rochdale 0 Mansfield 1 1 Heading 1 Swansea 2 Shrewsbury 2 Extcr 'i Workington 0 Chester 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 1 Dunferrnline 1 Airdrie 4 Rangers 3 Arbroath 0 Hibernian 'i Ayr 1 Morton 1 Celtic 3 St. Johnslone 1 Dumbarton 0 Molherwell 1 Dundee 't Kilmarnock 4 Hearts 0 Dundee 0 I'arlick 2 Clyde 2 Division II Alloa 3 Korfar 1 Cowdenbcatn 0 Steimuusernuir 3 East Fife 4 Stranrat-r t Falkirk Q Clydebank I Hamilton 1 Brechin 1 Mcadowbank 1 Stirling I Montrose 0 Albion Hovers 1 Queen of S 1 Raith 1 Queen's Pk 1 Berwick 2 St. Mirren 2 East Stirling 0 IRISH LEAGUE Ards 1 Larne 4 Cliftonville 0 Crusaders 4 Coleraine 2 Linfield 0 Distillery I IJortadown 2 Ci'lenavon 2 Ballymcna 3 (Ilentoran 0 Bangor 0 NOTICE! Anyone wishing to rent the Polish Hall please phone 328-2907 and ask for Mrs. Lela Kolpak, Polish Canadian Association. Marijuana growers bag Aussie business SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre THEATRE CLOSED PINCHER Theatre "WESTWORLD" in color. Monday and Wednesday December 23 and 25. Monday show at p.m. ADULT Theatre "DEADLY TRACKERS" Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, December 23, 24. 25. Monday shows at and p.m. NOTICE ANGLO STEREO PHOTO 419 -5th Streets. IS.NQI ASSOCIATED with Acme Merchandise Distributors or any other firm. We have one store ONLY at 419 5th Street South. Double-take Christmas shoppers in Vancouver were surpris- ed recently by staged riots and violence being filmed downtown. The action is part of a new movie, Kosygin Is Com- ing. The helicopter above landed near Vancouver courthouse for this scene. AT House of Fine Art 20% ON ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS This Offer Expires Dec. 24th, 1974 House of Fine Art OPEN 9-9 UNTIL CHRISTMAS 409 5th Street South Phone 328-1314 Man., Thurs., Fri., Sat. THE ALBERTANS at the MINERS' 733-13 Street North Members and Invited Guests Only! ADELAIDE (Reuter) A group of young Australians, openly operating outside the law, has developed a suburban marijuana garden into a flou- rishing business worth more than a year. Launched two years agr as the Dope Smokers Unioi, the group has built up a mail-order operation through advertising, es- tablished a free legal service and formed a political party tc contest the next federal elec- tion. Peter Carey, 24, a dropout from Adelaide University, says his organization wants tc move out of the hippie culture into the "middle-aged, respec- table market." "We know a lot of middle- aged people are smoking marijuana and we want tc reach them, persuade them tc start putting pressure on the government to legalize the growing of he said. In recent television and newspaper interviews, Carey has said the DSU never has been troubled by the law, and claimed it had enough in- criminating information about police activities relating to narcotics traffic to ensure its continued freedom of operations. "Anyway, smoking mari- juana has become so common in respectable as well as hip- pie circles, the police have given he said. The DSU deals only in mari- juana, hashish and "buddha top of the mari- juana sends about 180 pounds of marijuana each year through the mail. It charges an ounce, and profits go into a free legal service for people on drug charges, expansion of the business and promotion of the BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE THE ALLIED ARTS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED from Tuesday, December to 10 a.m. Thursday; January 2. 1975 (Pantomime tickets at Leisters) PARK PLAZA HOLIDAY HOURS DINING ROOM AND COFFEE SHOP CHRISTMAS EVE Closed at 8 p.m. CHRISTMAS DAY Closed all day BOXING DAY Open at 11 a.m. Coffee Shop closes at 2 a.m. New Year's Eve Regular Hours NEW YEAR'S DAY DINING SPECIAL Smorgasbord 12 noon to 8 p.m. THE PARK PLAZA features "BOOGALOO In the 'New Year's Eve Cabaret PER PERSON includes Midnight Supper p.m. 2 a.m. No Advance Available PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL 1009 Mayor Magrath Drive LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. For All Your MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND ACCESSORY NEEDS Fred and Mary Leister and Staff wish one and all a Very LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Building, Lethbridge CANDLELIGHT SERVICE Tuesday, Dec. 24th p.m. CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE Wednesday, Dec. 25th a.m. NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1402-8th Ave. N. THE EXECUTIVE OF THE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB would iii'e lo wish all their members and friends a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Don't Forget! There are still tickets lor the New Year's Eve Dance at Kerber Floors Norbridge Meats Old Country Sausage Shop Northside Bakery COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF UBTHBRIDOE PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE FACILITY FRITZ SICK POOL STAN SIWIK POOL HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE TUES.. Die. 24 Ntfon Swim (adults only) p.m. FREE Public Swim p.m. f-aniily noon Noon Swim (adults only) p.m. FREE Public Swim p.m. WED.. Die. 25 CLOSED THURS.. Die. 26 FREE Public Skating p.m. FREE Public Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM FREE Beginners Skating noon FREE Public Skating p.m. p.m. CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED FREE Public Swim p.m. I HEE Family SWNV. p.m FREE Public Swim p.m. and p.m. FREE Family 'Skating noon FREE Public Skating p.m. FREE Beginners Skating noon FREE Public Skating p.m. CLOSED FBI.. Die. 27 FREE Public Swim p.m. and p.m. FRLfc Family tjwii- noon Noon Swim (adults only) p.m. FREE Public Swim p.m. FREE Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. HHEE PUBLIC SKATING p.m. CLOSED SAT.. Dw. 28 Public Swim p.m. Public Skciliny p.m. Public Skating p.m. Public Skate p.m. SUN.. Die. 29 Public Swim p.m. and p.m. PuuliL Swim p.m. Family Swim p.m. MON.. Die. 30 Beginner Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m. Family Skate p.m. Beginner Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m CLOSED FREE Family Swim noon Noon Swim (adults only) FREE Public 1 00 3. CO Noon (adults only) p.m. FREE Public Swim p.m. and p.m. FREE Public Skate p.m FREE Public Skate p.m p.m. political wing, called the Apolitical Party. Carey says the party will run 12 candidates for South Australian seats in the next federal election. The party's platform will be legalizing marijuana growing, legalizing prostitution, en- couraging people to go back to the land and run farms, the right of people to work or not to work at government ex- pense, a freer education system, more rights for men- tal hospital patients, more diversity in the mass media, and making the northern territory city of Darwin a free port. Carey emphasized that the DSU does not want the selling of marijuana legalized. "If that happens the big to- bacco companies will get in on it and rip everybody he said. But if marijuana growing is legalized, people can cultivate their own needs in their own backyards, he said. About 30 major marijuana dealers now operate in Aus- tralia with several thousand dealers buying from them, he said. "It's mostly controlled by criminals who are involved in prostitution and gambling. "Legalizing the growing and possession of marijuana will put the criminals out of business." DSU advertisements in newspaper make a special in- troductory offer of a free sam- ple "joint" to anyone who wants it. "The customer is safe as long as he denies all knowledge of the he says. "You can't be blamed if somebody sends you a drug out of the blue." Since profits from mari- juana sales go back into the business, the DSU staff operates an office cleaning service to earn enough money Chilean refugees accepted OTTAWA (CP) Canada likely will accept another 000 Chilean refugees in response to a United Nations request. Immigration Minister Robert Andras said Friday. He told reporters the government is prepared to waive the .points system for prospective Chilean im- migrants and allow them to resettle here provided they pass medical and personal background checks. The decision came in re- sponse to an appeal from the UN high commissioner for refugees. He asked Canada and nine other countries tu grant refugee status to about Chileans who fled their country following the 1973 right-wing military take-over of the Marxist government of president Salvador Allende. The refugees are among about Chileans who moved to other South American countries. Show Times THEATRE TIME SCHEDULE MONDAY. DEC. PARAMOUNT THEATRE: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NEW LAND: ONE COMPLETE SHOW- P.M. PARAMOUNT CINEMA: ADULT ENTERTAINMEf.'i Short Subjects: SUNSHINE: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: COLLEGE CINEMA: RESTRICTED ADULT CANDY STRIP NURSES: ARENA: LAST COMPLcTC G'-Ti'.V: 3-20 to support themselves. Carey says DSU members see themselves as carrying out a vital public service. "With about one in every six people in this country smoking marijuana or at least having tried it. UK time somebody en- couraged them to speak up for themselves." he said. PLEASE NOTE! Christmas Eve Tues., Dec. all Theatres one show only at p.m. paramount SHOWING TWITE TUESDAY FromThe came the settlers' struggle lo survive.. ADULT MaxvonSydow The New Land paramount SHOWING TONITE TUESDAY lie's (Ji )l .vts y t! in ig si it; w, it i! s Hi a hi isl .IHI ii 1.1 v.v 1 K il v college cinema TONITE TUES. First Show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT TTievll give you fust-fast fast relief' f Companion Feature: "ARENA" In Color with Pam Gier ADVANCE BOOKING CHARTERS Register now for 1975 depirturesl To London Amsterdam Frankfurt No Deposit Required! For lull details contact. A.M.A. TRAVEL AGENCY 608-Sth South Phone 328-7921 or 328-1181 to 5 p.m. r 12.30 3.1- ;