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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Sammy laughs, laughs By JEIUIV BUCK HOLLYWOOD (AP) Sammy Davis Jr. on the carpet rocking with laughter and pounding the floor ns lie 1 DAWS JR. new twist DIETRECH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Den'al Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 telhbridgi watched a screening of Archie Bunker fawning over a black man. Archie's bigotry is displayed weekly on the top-rated All in the Family, but it (pis a new twist when Davis plays himself on the CBS television show. Producer Norman Lear broke his oira rule against guest stars to allow tire appearance of Davis, who says he's one of the show's biggest lans. "The comedy and the way it attacks prejudice really appeals lo Davis said Thursday. "But we haven't seen Archie in contact with a black celebrity. He all over me in thn show but his prejudice still comes through." In the episode, Davis forgets his briefcase while riding in a cab driven by Archie as a moonlighting job. As Archie ex- citedly tells his family of driv- ing a celebrity, he calls Davis "the ace of spades." He says: "He was just like a regular perron. If it wasn't for the rear view mirror, I'd have Uicught it was a white guy." Davis roared as the show kid- ded his blackness, his glass eye and his conversion to Judaism, but he cleverly rebutted Archie and the ending drew a 30-second ovation. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S AND j M u rv 5 302 )3lh ST_ N_ ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBIIC-UFSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY, FEB. 19-4 HITS AND A MISS SOU WE ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Theatre Walt Disney's "THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE" In Technicolor. Stan-ing Kurt Russell, Joe Flynn and Wally Cox. Saturday, February ]9. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE IIORSE1IEN" In color. Starring Omar Sheriff, Leigh Taylor-Young and Jack Palance. Saturday, Febru- ary 19. at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Cluldi-en. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "SON OF FLUBBER" In Technicolor. Starring Fred MacMurray, Nancy Olson and Kccnan Saturday ad Sunday, February 19 and 20. Show each night at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LAST REBEL" In color. Starring Joe Namath. Saturday, February 19. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Sunday, February 20. Show at p.m. "FRAGMENT OF FEAR" In color. Starring David Hemmings and Gayle Hunnicutt. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "PLAY MISTY FOR ME" In color. Starring Clint East- wood. Saturday, Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb- ruary 10. 21, 22 and 23. Saturday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. INSTALLATION TILL TUES., FEB. 29th All ordeu received during this period ara eligible for Free Cable TV installation oil you pay is Ilia low monthly tervice charge, nstallalion may. be arranged for in February or March. Phone 328-1222 Now Ordars accepted anytime day or night In this period but you muit PHONE NOW (or installation. There's more to see with MULTI CHANNEL TV AND FM Phono 32B-1222 1018 3rrl Avenue S. As ho left, Davis stopped lo dial with Carroll O'Connor, who plays Archie. "Even though you play that man your goodness comes through like an Davis said. "You're not that good an actor." Motorists pay ior schemes MONTREAL (CP) Motor- ists could save two cents a gal- lon on gasoline if give-away promoticn schemes by oil com- panies are banned, Lionel Couture, an exeeu'Jve with the Automotive Ser- vice Association, says. The promotion schemes cost service station owners 1 Vj to two cents a gallon, he told a news conference. "This amount we would gladly pass on to the customer if we were able to. Instead, the confused motorist keeps alter- ing his brand for senseless trin- kets w h i c h he wrongly thinks he is getting for free." Mr. Couture said the major oil companies impose "fla- grantly unfair" terms on ser- vice stations lessees and own ers. lie .said one Montreal opera- tor with two outlets within blocks of each other was forced to charge different rates at tlie two stations. "Because one station was sit- uated near a cut-rate gas bar, the refinery supplier permitted him to sell at the popular low rate of 36.9 cents per gallon. "Meanwhile, the refinery or- dered him to maintain the cur- rent market price of 49.9 cents per gallon at the second sta- tion." TIME COVER FEATURES IRVING This is the cover of Time magazine, featuring a drawing of author Clifford Irv Ihe Feb. 21, 1972 issue of ing by Elmyr De Hory. Africans trained to sabotage plan CELLS ARE R5D The red cells which give blood its colov ave of an iiitli in diameter. The rest of the j were told to shoot Europeans, blood is a pa'e straw color. I plant land mines and disrupt SALISBURY (Renter) Three Rhodesian Africans were trailed by the Chinese to sabo- tage the commission which is testing public opinion over the British-lihodesian independence accord, police told a court. Tiiey [old a magistrates court that Vhe three unnamed ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL OF LETHBRIDGE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Monday, Feb. 28th p.m. MAIN GALLERY BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE t LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13lh STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS Tonite "ANYTHING GOES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS 4 4 WHAT WILL YOU GIVE YOUR CHILD? The besl parent can't give his child all the answers. What he can give him is a foundation to grow on-a way lo seek out those answers with confidence. Every week in Ihe Christian Science Sunday School, children discuss with each olher, and with adults, exactly how God helps them each day to overcome problems and limilalions. It's educalion of Ihe most practical and lasting kind. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUNDAY SCHOOL 1203 4th Avenue South SUNDAY A.M. the work of the Pearce commis- sion. The throe were arrested five days ago and appeared Thurs- day at a preliminary hearing into charges of possessing weap- ons and other arms. Polka said thnt among Hie weapons and other material which (lie three lu'd near Salis- bury were thousands of rounds of Soviet, Czechoslovak and Chinese made ammunition, grenades, fuses, detonators, sub-machine giins, rifles, pistols and explosives. Police said they admitted in statements they were trained under Chinese military instruc- tors in Tanzania, returned by taxi iTom an unidentified neigh- boring country, and hid their suitcases of weapons just out- side the capital for use later. RESUME TASK Meanwhile, after a five-day break, Pearce commibsianiTo resumed their opinion sounding among Rhodesia's four million rural Africans. Leaders of the African Na- tional Council, conferred here with commissioners and handed them a summary of charges ol widespread intimidation against the government Prime Minis- ter Ian Smith. An ANC spokesman said the full dossier on alleged intimida- tion by government agents, to be formally handed lo the com- misson Monday, will contain 100 signed affidavits. ANC deputy chairman the Rev. Cannon Banana told a press conference two Africans were arrested simply for wear- ing T-shirts bearing the words "We say no to The Proposals." Smith confirmed that deten- tion orders against four promi- nent opponents of the settlement terms would be reviewed as soon as possible by a }udicial tribunal. The four are former prime minister Garfield Tfldd, his 28- year-old daughter Judith, Josiah Cliinamano, ANC treasurer, and his wife Ruth. All have been held for a month without trial. Sdlurdoy, February 19, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HEBAID 7 Actress loses 'dream home' in eourt LOS ANGELES (Renter) Actress Rhonda Fleming, 46, won a million-dollar divorce settlement from her producer husband Hall Bartlett, 50, but lost her "dream home." Superior Court Judge Joseph Wapner awarded the red head- ed actress half of communily property worth about ?2 million and awarded her month alimony for three years. The judge ordered thr.t the couple should have half shares j in t h e luxury home i they built in i960 when they married. But he ruled Eartlett should buy out her share in the 14-room liome. POOll PARENTS Turtles give no parental cans to their eggs or young. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY "WES GRANT" (EVERY NIGHT) IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN MUSIC OH "THE BUCKWHEAT" (THURS., FRIDAY, SAT.) Model plane sold for SEATTLE world's largest and most mo- del airplane, a SI00 miUion mockup o[ what was to have been America's tiisn- sound commercial aircraft. a high bid cf 119 Friday. A Kcbr a s k a entrepreneur, Maries 0. Morrison, submitted the apparent high bid to buy the one winged mockup for display at a racing hall of fame on the. Bonnemillc salt flats in Ulah. Morrison, President ot Secur- ities Industries, Inc., o[ Wyinan. Neb., said Lho EST model will be "enshrined as a symbol of the leclmology and manpower devoted to it." Three years ago, Morrison successfully bid over STOO.OOO for a former army base at Edgemont, S.D. He said it has been turned into the world's largest confined cattle feeding operation. He said he hasn't estimated the exact cost of disassembling and moving the SST mockup but that would be spent moving the plane and construct- ing a display building. THE EL PxANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "The Sunstiine Comply" (4 guys and 2 gal' EDMONTON) "Playing music for people of all ages." THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret1' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE''' WATCH THOSE ASHES KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) To tidy up the cily for a scheduled tourism congress po- lice began strictly enforcing tough littering laws that pre- scribe fines of up to for throwing anything onto the street including ciga r e 11 e ashes. Judge denies allegations of (liscriminaloii DAWSON CREEK, B.C. (CP) j Provincial court Judge Bill Williams ot Chehvynd, B.C., I denied allegations that ]U- j dicial discrimination is taking I place in Chctwyml. j The charge was made at a meeting here of the Peace Riv- er Municipality Association by Tony Bclcourl, president of l.fcc Native Council of Canada. Mr. Bclcourt said "things are happening in Chelwynd (hat 1 never dreamed could happen." In a telephone iftUrview to- day from Chctwynd, Judge Wil- liams said "I don't know whal (the hell) they're talking aboul." "It's not right, there's no dis- crimination, .and I can stow them lw added. Mr. Bclcourt said a public meeting is plavmcd [or Cbcl- wynrl on Monday. Judge Wil- liams said if tho meeting lakes place, Ix1 will ntlond and listen lo Oliolw.vnil is liO miles north-' west of Dawsou Creek. SINGLE MINGLE Once a year we open our private club to the public. The club is designed for single adults over 30. DRESS For The ladies After S Attire For The Men SUIT and TIE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 327-1442 Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. EEKLY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 10 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card 51.00 All Wood Cards Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in I he club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities COLLEGE He thinks the system SHOWING SUNDAY and MONDAY is mutual! RESTRICTED ADULT SHOWING SUNDAY at p.m. FIRST SHOW MONDAY ot p.m. SECOND FEATURE Joseph E. Levine presents An Embassy Film He wai left for dead. He would not forget. richard ham's in j FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT IcctYxccO NOW SHOWING Showing Sunday al p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT CINEMA 4th Blh ST NOW SHOWING nl nnci p.m. Showing Sunday nl p.m Funny, Absolutely TO THINK ABOUT-EVEN SEEING IS NOT BEUCVING ;