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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-12,Lethbridge, Alberta « - THE LETHBRlDOe HERALD — Saturday. Jmuary 12,1«74 Stolen from military museum Recover antique weapons QRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — A collection of antique weapons stolen from the Royal Military College of Canada museum in Kingston, Ont, and recovered this week by a United States border patrol at Drayton, N.D., has been valued at more than $100,000. Authorities said today the 34 weapons, stolen in late 1971, date from the mid^lSOOs. The collection was recovered by border patrol agent Palricfc Ijuer in a car near a Drayton cafe while he was taking an illegal alien into custody on immigration charges Wednesday. Lauer arrested Glenn Bernard Bird, 46. a fugitive from the penitentiary in Joyceville, Ont Bird appeared before U.S. magistrate David Kessler \KIZO\ % — 4 ALII OK\l A FIATURING: PHOENIX OLD TUCSON Ti luana Memco Las Ve<)3S Los Angeles DISNEY LANU    UeigD ban hrdiiciscQ Mormon T.iti ernacie Si mofe DEPARTING MAR 2 by Deluno Hiwav Cruiser 15 Fun tilled days    <rOHt » • iF I>AS \ VA^\S—HÍÍ\0 FEATUtINC: VeqdS Reno Cdrson Cii-y Ldke Td' ou Virginia Cuv etc OEPARTING MAR 23rd by Dfiiune Hiway Cruiser 9 fun filled days    from 1 viF FASIKK —IIIS\>:%I.AM1 DEPARTING; April 6»». and April 13lh from Thursday on charges of re*en-tering the U S. illegally on or about Jan. 5. He was unable to post bond and was remanded to jail here to await higher court action. The FBI has been called in to confer with local authorities on possible further federal violations. Also recovered with the weapons were *37,000 in Canada Savings Bonds which Canadian officials said were stolen Aug. 12. Chief Patrol Agent Marvin Irvine said Thursday a curator at the Kingston museum has identified some of the weapons recovered as part of a famous collection by James Douglas. J W. Spurr, chairman of the college, told Irvine that some of the weapons belonged to Gen Porfirio Diaz, president of Mexico from 1877 to iSll. Douglas, a vice-president of the Santa Fe Railroad and a well'known Canadian mining engineer, industrialist and philanthropist, acquired the collection after Diaz died in 1918 Ballet performers receive ovation tor FREE tROCHUKE Coll Your Tr«»»! Aa*nT or! Cili Opirilor |n<i chirgij Ask lor Zinilh 06061 207 Krasgs Bldg. Edmodton. Aits A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 605 5th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 Hear more clearly without irritating background noise. Zenith s new Directional Hearing Aid. if you fmd that much of the sound you hear'is harsh, irritating noise, then our new Directional hearing aid. the ■'Royai D" could be just right for you. This comfortable aid brings you clear, rich sound ai a pleasant level as it softens and reduces harsh unwanted background noise from tne side and rear Come in for a demonstration of the "Royai D" or any other aid from Zenith's line of more than 20 quality aids at no cost or obligation Batteries for all makes of hearing aids The quality goes in betcre tne name goes on LEISTER’S MUSIC LTD. . Helping the hard of hearing since! 943 Paramount Theatr« Bldg.    Phone 328-4080 715 - 4th Avenuft S.    327-2272 You win some, lose some The energy crisis spelled the end of jobs for understudies of Mickey Mouse, shown at Disney World near Orlando, Florida, and Donald Duck. Officials blamed the gasoline shortage and declining attendance figures for the layoff of some 1,700 employees. Disney workers laid off jobs ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -Understudies for the roles of lifesize Disney characters are losing their jobs at Walt Disney World because of declining attendance, much of the drop due to the fuel shortage, a spokesman said Thur> sday. THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Roberts. Gillespie Crossword do. RE, mi, fa. ETC By Joseph LnFauci ACROSS 1 Matran with 41 Frustrating 77 Mo(er" 113 Medieval war first man tactic 60 Devoured club 6 Food fish 42 French city 81 Lack 115 Bronze 10 Boated 45 Before B2 Soccer 116 Crust 15 Saint — 46 Board a great 117 Philippine the Great Sleeper S3 Italian cily tree 20 Oat genus 48 Telling blow 84 Twining stem 118 Measure; a 21 Sensational 49 Summary 86 Imposed Bernstein 22 Ava's horn 52 Kind of , 57 Hosp entry 119 O'NeilipIs/ htower horse 88 Fatherly 120 Old note 23 Surplus 53 French nver 89 Purpose 121 Vocation 24 PlatitudinizB 54 U S S R sea 90 Horse opera 123 Wedge shaped 27 Ice peak re 55 Become highei ■ character shingie verses cares 56 Vin - 94 Icelandic 124 - Judith 23 Glut Sa Gay Nineties classic Anderson 29 Surrounded bv garcon 95 Incandesce 125 Skittish 30 Giant 62 Ternary 97 Bluster 127 Ethereal 31 Hey there’ comb form 93 French king harmony 33 Food fish 63 Tree or shrub 99 Pop 131 Dodge 34 Scent or 3 66 Filihy place 101 flio - 132 Make salt 67 Circuit 102 Apportion ecstatic 35 Incarnadine 68 Lean !o lp3 Hung 133 Harangue 36 Paterfamilias 69 Roof Style 105 Girl's 134 Think 37 Biddy 70 Store event nickname 135 French author 38 — out. Sup 72 Intellect 108 Grid position 136 Challenged plennented 73 Summer Fr 110 Accomplished 137 Kind of 39 Understood 74 Hire 111 Wood sorrel muffin 40 Sawbuck's 75 Enticement 112 Pothouse 138 Kind of moiety 76 Cantatrice offering affair DOWN 1 Sore back therapy i Fly-bOY 3    Toothed 4    Rage 5    Lamb's cry 6    Muggy 7    Jeiune 8    Irish name 17    Gershwin musical 18    Sultan'i decree 19    Entwined 21 Jeremiad 25    Breakfast cersal 26    ethcrea! 47    Commando's spenalSy 48    Spree 50    Bare 51    Anhurian lady 52    Apprehended by touch, etc 64 Price paid 64    Carry on 65    Mining find 68 Was a headliner 70    Solu 71    One of the humamiies 72    Wire measurement element 32 Humdinger 55 - poker 73 Raison 82 Shaft 90 Art 100 Oklahorna 106 Environ 114 Healthy 122 Baptisrn, 9 Issue 36 Throw 56 Frost d' *■ S3 Coolidge movement city ment 116 Sped eg 10 -- blanche 37 Pronoun 57 Algenan 75 Secular 84 "Lulu" 91 Abhor 102 Musical 107 River 117 Eighth 123 Rug or old 11 Greek gulf 38 Otherwise city 76 Transaction composer 92 Imposing notes in New Greek dance 12 Benumb 40 Payment 58 Vaudeville V Perched 85 Old Irish 93 ' Last Days 103 Finished York letter 126 Sweet as 13 One Ger 41 French artiste 78 Anentremist garment of Pompeii" 104 Charpentier 109 Joined by 118 Proficient apple cider 14 Become more bread 69 Turf abbr 86 Football gir! opera or sewing 120 Elysium 128 Gums complex 42 Corrode 60 Halm 79 Fellmgaf pass 96 Arrow poison resort lake 110 Prank 121 Erstwhile 129 Lilting 15 Outdo 43 Proportional 61 Hebrides trees Sp 87 DcBusschere 99 Pull up 105 Febrile 113 Kind of Russian syllable 16 Tree bane 44 Suds island 81 Subside 80 Bluenose stakes disease box ruler 130 Santa'scnes Diagram/ess is x i Ü, b> Alice D. VnuHhan 59 Song for two 6 Plant of the 12 Related on 27 Baltic native 35 Fencing item 46 Commerce 60 Fathered arum family the distaff 28 Dodge 37 Memento 47 TrapsJiooting ACROSS 30 Nymph 44 Asian 61 Bohemian 7 Pool Side 29 Quartet 38 Muse 48 Brews 1 Complam 18 Devour comb 31 English nver mountains 62 Formerly 8 Dross 13 Refuse 31 Ordnance 42 Matched 49 Eban 5 Tangles form 32 yOil be!' 47 Cloy DOWN 9 Flag 21 Rust away Items si 43 Larder 50 Close 9 Wrapped 19''-can . 36 Build a — 48 U S acumen 1 Cassius 10 Tou|Ours, 22 Actor Maunce 32 Kind of sale 44 Violin 51 Time cotton serve two 39 Abhor 64 hST's 2 Baltic port r - 1 25 Irish port 33 Sear Lat ■15 Nocturnal 52 Things 14 Venetian masters ' 40 Descendant of birthplace 3 Masc name 11 Restrain 26 Region 34 incursion prowler 53 Electric unit beach 20 U S acumen Mohammed 55 - red 4 Volume s 15 Spoken 23 Urge 41 "Swee! - 56 Irish island identifi C U Y P T 0 G R A M S 16 Protein 24 Green Fr 0 Grady ' 57 Musical piece cation 17 Exchange 25 Visit 42 Trudge 58 Ex champ 5 Policeman s 1. S 1 L L Y Z S 1 N N G HA P M H P T Y I. L E M Y I Z premium 23 Distant 43 Review Max - order SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S rUZlLES aSnoa Einincinnn nciFinnnnnn n(nnn nnn cii^mniri nnFinH tiuuù tjuu uauouu UUUtt tlGltJ UtlG) poa ri(ji] nann nnnnnnR aaaaoa annnnn aaannnFi i^nnn nnn EiHü ana rjna nnnn nacioni^ at^a noan ODQon Qinncm utjn ddtiFi nnnnafiFinn iincininniFi 7n;inrin QaaQQQ aBBcio aiaaaa qbq UBHoau tiunua Qisutiua latau BDQDDDDGIIlQQHaEiElIinQa flQD □SHB t3HO aanaEiHa aaoGiQBODOQDiaaaaEiQaac] nnnoon Eisnsii EKsnnnfii nnn onana oobob aanEin ciana aoFita nnnna nnaoca laaoiniin annnn nnann Fiisiiiannin aaiauu auana anarauci □aaanan aaiaa anciaGi scm naan'*'^nBin3»a'*a88Sq □□n onnnraci rannnn amaaHw ™|gM™ggg*”igg^ tmidiaaa qoq aaBaaam aora DLjEiii uoaaau anaa naan uci(3 (joaaoaciiiKiiaaaaaaaaEiii duu uoaaaa aaaoa uuacjEia mjij uijgiaii Ljaaiia Lmugaia © 1974 by ChiCfiroTribiino N ¥ Nciv,‘iyn(i Inr World Rights Reserved M O P II P E Y I. Y Z 1 T 7, U 1' H P U Y / P M H P E Y L V M C. II AA LEYOM MIIPUYMO.    —By India M. Speiry ■> t) P I Z Z A F I X Y IJ E X N O Í L F {) U LU YDS B Y Z Z U I’UAZOUPZA BIF LYMP N O K M P L F ’ U QODSEN — By Jfnnnc Bianrolli ;l. IIA P YU Nil I EUM UMS HAP ZPZZPOl G LE UM OPUNNI YPPK GPNN YPUYLMPS. -By Jojncl David-ton (. F S E K K S T I .1 D W D ' J F I 1 T K E \V T T W S D . — Uv F.iirl Ircliinil L«st Weik's Cr.vploKcams 1    ,'rhr billy Roal paid hi^ bill but he slily butted the poor hill collcctor lor butlinff inlo his nlfsirs, 2    Ct«M>.v 'Sleeping brauty mutteTR to «kinny prine« who w«ke<t her. "Lanky. «« home!"    ’ Bvsy llu hiiK ^i«rt<i its 3h«nnni|[An<i fairly enrlv tlit^ ^car •t. Denier lost to cad. The amusement attraction announced Thursday that by the end of the week 700 employees will be laid off. Officials said that another 1,000 employees hired for the Christmas season also had been let go. “We will cross-utilize characters,” said Tom Craven, a Disney spokesman. “Layoffs will be in character backups. Instead of triple casting, we may only double cast,” This means that instead of having three persons portray Pluto or Donald Duck characters, there might be just two. And characters who portray Pluto one day might work the next as Donald. The amusement attraction announced Thursday that by the end of the week 2,000 employees would be laid off. Disney officials said the layoffs would not affect operations. They said some of the layoffs were part of a normal cut following the holiday period. Officials declined to give figures. Before the layoffs, described as general In all divisions and services, the Disney work force was around 11,000 employees. Churchill books to go to library OTTAWA <CP) ~ The first volume of the collected works ,of Sir Winston Churchill will be presented to the Parliamentary Library Tuesday by former Conservative prime minister John Diefen-baker. Mr. Diefenbaker will make the presentation to Commons Speaker Lucien Lamoureux on behalf of Lady Spencer Churchill. Nine others who, with Mr. Diefenbaker, were members of Parliament when Sir Winston spoke in the House in 1941, have been in-"ited to attend. The collected works contain all 50 of Churchill's recognized books. The edition is limited to 3,000 sets. Concert fans arrested on drug charges TORONTO (CP) - Police arrested six persons and issued summonses to 21 others yesterday during a concert by folk-rock performer Bob Dylan at Maple Leaf Gardens. Brian Douglas Gibbons, 20, of Niagara Falls, Ont., was charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of traffickmg. Police seized 90 grams of the substance. Five others were charged with illegal possession of marijuana. Summonses were issued to 20 persons accused of scalping tickets—some asking up to 9100 for single tickets with a face value of less than $10 Another summons was issued to a man accused of possessing stolen tickets By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) - The Royal Winnipeg Ballet and German • American choreographer John Neumeier received a four-minute ovation at the National AHs Centre last night at the world premiere of a new Neumeier ballet, The Game. Set to Modest Moussorgski’s Pictures at an Exhibition in a musical collage of classic and contemporary styles, The Game featured leading dancer Craig Sterling, who brought Mr. Neumeier to the stage to share the applause. The 2,000-seat opera house was only about three parts filled, but the generally under-40 audience rose at the end of the performance to give the company and its dance director standing applause. The Game was added to two other short ballets choreographed by Mr. Neumeier to form a full evening’s entertainment under the general title. Pictures. They are, Mr. Neumeier said in program notes, snapshots of life. Mr, Neumeier is honorary choreographer for the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and a guest choreographer this season for the National Ballet in Toronto. He now is director of the Hamburg State Ballet in West Germany PICTURES MOVED The Game was danced with a stage-filling electrified pinball machine as its backdrop, with moving pictures keynoting each of its 10 sections, ranging from a football game through a Mickey Mouse cartoon to a Jesusfreak rock session. Craig Sterling was the central figure, playing out the games of life. The evening’s performance opened in a sneaky fashion, with the stage curtains open and dancers on stage ap^t^ ently wanning up for the performance. At first it looked as though someone had forgotten to close the curtains. But the dancers gradually moved into the first number, Twilight, danced to music by Scriabin, which Mr. Neumeier first produced for the Frankfurt Opera Ballet in 1872 and later took to Winnipeg under the title, Scriabin. Rondo, which was put in the Royal Winnipeg’s repetoire last year, formed the middle number of the evening, featur* rincip and three of the principal men of the company. Petite Bonnie Wyckoff and big, muscular Anthony Williams drew most of the applause. Face danger ADELAIDE (Reuter) — Competitors practising for the world gliding championships at Waikerie near this Australian city may find themselves atUcked by angry eagles. Championship organizers have issued warning to the 67 pilots from 23 countries that they may encounter wedgetail eagles at altitudes of up to 10,000 feet. Europe, Britain and Ireland tnfonnation ft Brochures from UNIVERSITY TOURS LTD , 22 College St, Toronto MSG 1Y6 TeJephone 967^3355 FR AMÊS - ftstabjishad 1881 LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB 1974 SPRING CLASSES NEW Registrations will be accepted Monday night, Jan 14th — 7:30 p.m. for Thursday Classes only Starting Jan 17th John Sidorenko, instructor Monday Classes ~ Now Fully Booked Start Monday, Jan. 14th — 7:30 p.m. Mrs Pat Holland, Instructor 12 Cla«««s — $15 plus SS membership For further informetlon phone 327-8653 iPARKPlAZA PrasMts for your Oiling ind DaRCinfl Pleasure “RUDY AND THE ROMANTICS” WEEK-END “SPECIALS” No. 1 BREADED FILLET OF PERCH —Lemon Wedge —Anchovy Butter ......... No. 2 NEW YORK’S SPECIAL —2 8-oz. New York Strips —Complimented with Mushroom Caps —Broiled to perfection ......... $Q65 SPECIAL INCLUDES SOUP, SALAD CHOICE OF POTATO AND BABY CARROTS The Kinsman Club of Lethbridge In Conjunction With The Lethbridge Minor Hoekey Association Proudly Prssents - SKATE-A-THON 73-74 To Be Held On Henderson Lake During Minor Hockey Week Saturday, Feb. 2nd, 1974 (Wealher Permitting) We Invite Any Youth Organization That Wishes To Participate In This Project To Call Mr. Ron Ponych 327*0674 or Mr. Bill Johnson 328-5820 KiRSmi Clib Of LelbbcidiÂ. ^ ;