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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Actress awarded Deepest well drilled LOS. ANGELES (AP) Ac- tress Loretla Young was awarded here in her breach-of-contract suit against the National Broad- casting Co. The 59-year-old actress said she was "delighted" with the verdict by a California Superior Court jury because it repre- sent! "a very important prin- ciple" of what is right. A spokesman for NBC called the decision unjustified and said: "We are taking every possible step to seek a rever- sal." Miss Young claimed NBC breached a contract with her and caused her embarrassment by showing portions of the oU Loretta Young Show television series overseas in which she is wearing outdated clothes and hairstyles. The programs, shown In for- eign countries, were not to fea- ture her opening and closing the snows, she contended. However, NBC contended Mis: Young's business man- ager bed given the networ oral permission to use the film LOHETTA YOUNG delighted ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 59 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 TfARf AUOWED1 PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, JAN. JO-METROS FRIDAY, JAN. 21-MINT JULEPS SATURDAY, JAN. 22-4 HITS AND A MISS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfoir Theatre "BLUE WATER, WHITE -DEATH" In Technicolor. The hunt for the great white shark. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 20, 21 and 22, Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sonland Theatre "A MAN CALLED SLEDGE" In Technicolor. Starring James Garner. Friday and Saturday, January 21 and 22. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WATERLOO" In Technicolor. Thursday, January 20. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "BUNNY O'HARE" In color. Starring Betty Davis and Ernest Borgnine. Thursday and Friday, January 20 and 21. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TULSA, Okla. (AP) Plrter Drilling Co. of Tulsa said today it has completed drilling the world's deepest exploratory well for natural gas or oil. The hole Is more than five miles deep-ot target depth for the Ralph Lowe Estate No. 1-17 wildcat, near Fort Stockton in West Texas. R. L. Parker, president of the contract drilling firm, said thai testing for possible discovery of gas or oil was not immediately possible because hydrostatic pressure of me drilling mud would unseat the packers. The Parker crew had been adding to its world depth record since Nov. when the dia- mond-studded drill bit pas feet and broke the record previously established by Placid Oil Co. dry hole in south- ern Louisiana. One more hurdle for twins EDMONTON (CP) Chris- tine and Cynthia, Siamese twins separated in a opera- Jon on Jan. 9, have one more hurdle to clear in their recov- ery from the surgery. The thriving baby girls have shown no sign of post-operative hock, infection or primary in- ternal bleeding, their pediatri- ian, Dr. Rueben Weinberg, said today. If no indication of secondary nternal bleeding Is evident in the next four or five days and the odds are it won't be ben the twins can be said to have made a "perfect" post-op erativc recovery, Dr. Wdnber aid. "I can't Imagine how it could ave gone any better." Christine and Cynthia were jprn Oct. 28 at University Hos ital Joined above the navel bj bridge of skin, muscle an cartilage three inches long. The ridge also contained live tis ue, but none of this was re moved in the operation. The twins their last nam s not been released at their arents' request were taken ut of separate incubators las weekend and now are in sep- arate cribs, "feeling well and eating well." Dr. Weinberg said he expects re babies will be ready to go nrne soon, possibly as early as week or 10 days. Former Hollywood star found dead PALM DESERT, Calif. (Reu- ter) Actress Bochelle Hud- son, 58, a popular film star of the 1930s, was found dead at her home in this wealthy desert re- sort. Coroner's officials said Miss Hudson had been dead several days and preliminary invcstiga tkm showed she had died of a recurrent heart ailment. Miss Hudson's divorce from her fourth husband, Robert Min- dell, became final 10 days ago. Born in Oklahoma she was taken to Hollywood by her mother at age of 13 to be coached as a film actress. In her 34-year screen career she acted opposite a number of the great male stars, including Will Rogers, Fredric March and Wallace Beery. She appeared in a television series That's My Boy and in 1955 returned to films in Rebel Without a Cause with James Dean and Natalie Wood. She is survived by her mother, Mae Hudson. LONDON (AP) Veteran Shakespearean actress Dame Peggy Asheruft was named ac- tress of 1971 in the London Evening Standard's drama awards. Alan Bates, British stage actor whose films include Zorba the Greek, was named actor of the year. Dame Peggy was honored for her performance in Hie Loven of Viorne. Bates was given the award for his performance in the play Butley. Simon Gray, author of the play, was named best play- Wright of the year. Alan Bennett recleved the prize for the best comedy of 1371, Getting On. The award for the most pram king playwright went to E. A. Whitehead for his play For the Foursome. Most popular movie stars Choice FIVE STAR CANADIAN KVB WHISKY "SSBB38MKME" The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blended end bottled by Joseph E. Seagram A Sons Ltd., Waterloo, Ont. HOLLYWOOD (Re liter) The Hollywood Foreign Press Association released today re- suite of a poll conducted by Reuters news service which named Ali McGraw, Sean Con- nery and Charles Bronson the world's most popular film stars. Miss McGraw's name headed he list of women stars as the result of the worldwide release of the box-office hit Love Story. Connery, back in his James Bond role, Bed with Bronson, an American popular in Europe and the Far East through films has made abroad but which are almost unknown in the United States. The winners will be presented wiin Golden Globe awards at 8 Hollywood ceremony Feb. 6, which is traditionally attended by nearly as many celebrities as the Oscar presentations. The fourth annual film poll was conducted by Reuters in nearly 60 countries based on returns, critics' as- sessments and opinion surveys. Previous male winners were Sidney Poitier, Steve McQueen and Clint Eastwood Barbara Streisand won twice and the other female winner was Sophia Loren. Surface mail hit by strike OTTAWA (CP) The post of- fice said Wednesday surface mail destined for Canada from around the world is being de- layed because of a longshore- men's strike on the U.S. East Coast last year. flie strike caused consider- able snipping to be diverted to Canadian ports, causing conges- tion which, coupled with the Christinas rush, created delays. Reports from London Tuesday said some Christmas surface mall from Britain has not yet reached Canadian destinations. The post office said the back- log has been reduced and the situation is expected to return to normal in a few weeks. The post office said it does lot expect delays to result from he present longshoremen's strike on UK U.S. West Coast. Exchanges president may retire MONTREAL (CP) Charles Neapote says he has been think- ing for some time of retiring from his past as president of HK Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges. "The stock exchanges have enjoyed a good year and this may be the right time to re- he said Tuesday, pointing out that he's had a lengthy car- eer in the world of business. The offer to retire would likely be made Feb. 3 during the annual meeting of the board of governors of the Montreal Stock Exchange. Mr. Neapole, an easy-going bilingual executive, became president of the exchanges June 1, 19C6, following his retirement as a vice-president of the Royal Bank of Canada. Now 66, Mr. Neapole became the fourth full-time paid presi- dent of the exchanges, succeed- ing George Hees> who resigned In 1965 to run for Parliament. Mr. Hees' predecessor, Eric Kierans, resigned the job at the exchanges to go into Quebec provincial politics and later be- came health minister in the ad- ministration of former premier Jean Lesage. STARTLING ADMISSION Author Beverley Nichols tays in his upcoming auto- biography "Father Figure" that he tried to lull his fitter three tunes because he was a drunk. The attempts failed and his father died a natural death 20 years ago at age 85. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Carnal Knowledge" Last Complete Show "ARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Carry On Again Doctor" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show Thunder, Jmowy M, Wtf TO UTMMDM 7 Wartime officers go on trial VIENNA (AP) The Austrian government today put on trial two wartime Nazi SB of- ficers accused of designing the gas chambers and crematories at Auschwitz and perfecting the factory-style extermination plant with such refinements as elevators, small-gauge railways and chutes to expedite the dis- posal of the bodies. Walter Dejaco, 63, and Frtiz Ertl, 64, both Austrians, are charged with treacherous mur- der and complicity in treacher- ous murder, respectively. DR- jaco also is, charged with UM fatal snooting of two prisoner! and participation in other kill. Ings at the concentration camp. Both men pleaded not guilty. Tit trill is expected to last seven weeks, and if found guilty they face prison terms ranging from one year to life. HEARTS REPLACED There were 101 heart trans- plants performed throughout toe world in 1968. WATCHES TV The average Briton watches television 15 to 18 hours a week. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Friday, January 21 Frw Pre-Schooleri Skating Public Staling Saturday, January Public Skating Public Skating Sunday, J.inuary Beginners Skating Public Skating Family Skaring HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday, January Public Skating Monday, January Free Public Skating CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, January 21 Free Public Skating Sunday, January Beginners Skating Public Skating noon p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Friday, January 21 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Saturday, January Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, January Public Swimming................. p.m. Family Swimming............... p.m. Monday, January NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. There will bi na Public Skating at the Hendenon Park Centra 0n Friday, January 21, 1973 from p.m., nor an Saturday, January 22, 1971 from p.m. at Civic let Centre due la previous balking commEfmenti. mThis tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 Is just one ol 18 quality Zenith hearing One of them might be just right lor you. t obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today. Z.nllh heirlngi prlctd from the quality goes In before trie name Eoet en. ifZtmlhV'SoundC fteirirn" BnoMrt. LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Thtatra Bldg. LETHBRIDGE YOUR PHILIPS DEAIIR WITH SKVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV AND 302 13th ST. N. COLLEGE TONIGHT and FRI. at and p.m. WOUIDYOUBOTJIIISBISUIVE FROM THIS MAN? ADULT James Garner LouGossett Susan Clark PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING of p.m. "Camal Knowledge'It one bnl moviti ever." -Ui SmWr. Catmnafdtn AfiJKrrW GarfunteL, Aim Margftl and Jules Feilfcr. Carnal Knowledge. RESTRICTED ADULT Tht lingmge In thii Mm miy d offensive to some ptoplr. MiniBtf MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. SPECIAL SATURDAY AFTERNOON KIDDIES' MATINEE PARAMOUNT One Show Only at p.m. Box Office Opens at p.m. ON THE SCREEN FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT An asteroid worth millions A robbery. j A murder. -PLUS CARTOONS ALL SEATS THIS SHOW MRAMOUNT CINEMA 4th AVC 8th ST 3275100 Starts Tomorrow at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Goldie Hawn and Warren Beatty Team Up in a Zany Drama of Intrigue! (Dollars) RESTRICTED ADULT ENDS TONIGHT "CARRY ON AGAIN DOCTOR" PLUS CARTOON and FEATURETTE G6RT FROB6 Roeem- weBBER SCOTT BRRDV EARTH BREEZE and CJOC Proudly Present The Most Important Bluesman In The World Today JOHN LEE HOOKER Plus His Wicked Bluesband "THE HOOKERS" and Special Guest A In hli awn lime Writer ever 400 recorded icngi like "Sugar "Scorn "I'm Mad" and many more. I Wanna "BIM" Doors Open Advance titk.U at LEISTER'S, MUSICLANO, MARCEL'S SMOKE SHOP ONLY OR AT THE DOOR SUNDAY, JAN. 23 8.30 p.m. ;