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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 20, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 CIRCUS PERFORMER FILES M. SUIT NEW YORK (AP) A Greek circus performer has filed a suit against Trans World Airlines and Boeing Co., charging negligence in an airliner crash over the Ionian Sea that killed all 88 aboard, including his son and daughter. The jet plunged into thc'sea last Sept. 8 after a bomb ex- ploded on board, the U.S. National Transportation Safely Board found. The suit was filed Thursday in.U.S. District Court on behalf of Theodore Pallas who lost his daughter, Helene, '15, and son, Stylianos, 7. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "JEREMY" starring Robby Benson. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, January 20, 21, 22. Monday show at p.m. RINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE WHITE DAWN" in'color. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, January 20, 21, 22. Monday, show at p.m. ADULT NOT'SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TABER Tower Theatre "THE THREE MUSKETEERS" starring Raqeul Welch Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Saturday, January 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult Actress pleads innocent on drinking charge NIKANDRE ENTERPRISES Presents 3 GREAT GROUPS TOM NORTHCOTT ORIGINAL CASTE MASTERS OF THE AIRWAVES SATURDAY, JAN. to 12 Midnight CANADA WINTER GAMES SPORTSPLEX Tickets and Advance at the Box Office, Sportsplex. YELLOW CABS The Kinsmen Club of Lethbridge in conjunction with the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Proudly Presents Association Skate-A-Thon 74-75 To Be Held Saturday, Jan. (Weather Permitting) 9 to 12 noon and Ho 4 p.m. at the Ice Oval At The Sportsplex PRIZES MOST MONEY COLLECTED _ 1st Prize 2nd Prize 75 3rd Prize 50 Junior Hockey Team Club Jackets Collecting Most Money Participants Collecting Over Will Receive Hockey Stick All Skaters Receive A Hockey Puck We invite any youth organization that wishes to participate in this protect to call Mr. Bill Robertson 328-0769 Mr. Glen Manyluk 328-2859 (evenings) TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY "FELINE" at the MINERS' 733 13th Street North MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY! DRUM CLINIC with Jack Do Johnette with his SONOR from NEW YORK CITY (Formerly with Miles Davis Band) LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY THEATRE Thursday Afternoon, January 23 TICKETS FREE at PRUEGGERS MUSIC ONLY 530 5th StreetSouth No Tickets Will Be Available at Door Also: JACK De JOHNETTE in CONCERT Thursday Evening at Lethbridge Public Library 23 at p.m. Tickets lor SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDOE PUBLIC SKATING, SWIMMING AND MUSEUM FACILITY Jin. Jin. 26 Jill. 27 FRITZ SICK Swim (Adults pirn. Public Swim SWIM p.m and only) p.m. PUBLIC SWIM p.m. and -10.30 Swim (Adults only) p.m. Public Swim Swim Swim p.m. Swim (Adults only) p.m. STAN SIWIK Swim (Adults only) Public Swim Swim (Adults only) p.m Moms S Tots (Only) Swim p.m. Public Swim Swim (Adults only) Swim (Adults only) Public Swim p.m. and Swim Swirn Swim (Adults only) p.m. PUBLIC SWIM p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE SKATE Public Skate p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE Public Skating Skating Preschoolers Free Skating noon Public Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m. Family Skating CIVIC ICE Public Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skating SIR ALEXANDER GALT p.m. NOTE: There will be no public skating Htmtorwn Park Ice Centre on Saturday, January 25th from p.m. due to prevlou booking commitment. No more buff for Reynolds By BOB THOMAS LOS If he had it to do over, Burt Reynolds reflects, he wouldn't do" it. The nude centrefold, that is.. Despite his'flip image, Rey- nolds is a thoughtful person, especially where his career is concerned. His advent to star- dom is 'all-important to him and the route he has taken appears as well-planned as the Allied invasionjjf Normandy. "I was a pretty rotten actor when i started he said. "If you could learn to act in school, I would have done it. But the only way to learn is to act. "That's why I've made so many pictures. And I'm lear- ning. I'm better in At Long Las Love than I was in The Longest Yard. And I'll be better in Home Free than in At'Long Last Love." Having just finished the Cole Porter musical, At Long Last Love, Reynolds imme- diately began Home Free (tentative title) with pro- ducer-director Robert Aldrich. He made The Longest Yard with Aldrich, who reported that the film may rack up be- tween million and mil- lion in film rentals in the. United States and Canada. "Until now, I was the only star who made it in spite of his said Reynolds. And in spite of posing with a small cigar and nothing Cosmopolitan magazine. He said that was a calcu- lated .risk. The first male nude (sort of) in the magazine was supposed to be James Coburn. But something .happened between Coburn's posing and publication date, and Reynolds was enlisted. "If. I believed that they would put it on my tombstone that I was the first male nude, I'd blow my brains said Reynolds. "I thought the whole thing would be passed over lightly. I didn't realize that the shot would end up on key chains, bedspreads, licence plates and ironing boards. "The only thing that has saved me is my sense of hu- mor. Otherwise I would have been driven crazy by the peo- ple who say to it is the first time that I've heard didn't recognize you with your clothes on.'" Reynolds tried to defuse the centrefolds impact by going on the Tonight show on the day of publication to spoof himself. He directed the writers: "Think of me as Don Rickles doing a put-down of Burt Reyf nolds." But he still underestimated the currency his photo would get. Without his permission, United Artists borrowed the pose to push one of its films, a bad picture in spite of that." Cameo cubs Three bundles of fur enjoy January sunshine in the lion's den at Dallas Zoo, Texas. MAINTAIN WEIGHT To maintain your weight, you should consume one per cent fewer calories each year after 40, says Diet Workshop. Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: 9-00 AIRPORT 75: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: THE DOVE: LAST COMPLETE'SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: CAMAKILLO, Calif. (AP) Actress Esther Williams pleaded not guilty through her lawyer Friday to a charge of drunken driving on Christmas night. Trial was set for Feb. 14. Miss Williams, 53, who star- red as a swimmer in movies in the 1940s, was arrested in Camarillo, northwest of Los Angeles, the highway patrol said. She was taken to jail after failing a roadside sobrie- ty test. Her husband, actor Fer- nando Lamas, a passenger, posted bail of for Miss Williams. LONDON (AP) Claire Bloom, who won stardom as the ballerina opposite Charles Chaplin in the movie Limelight, was named best actress of 1974 in The Evening Standard's drama awards. Miss Bloom, former wife of actor Rod Steiger, won the award for her London per- formance as Blanche DuBois, the Southern belle in Tennessee Williams' play, A Streetcar Named Desire. HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (Reu- ter) Thirteen leading movie actresses took a quarter-page advertisement in two major newspapers Friday to ask Academy Award officials to make Norwegian actress Liv Ullmann eligible for the 1974 Academy Award for best ac- tress. Miss Ullmann, star of the Ingmar Bergman film Scenes From a Marriage, is ineligible because of an Academy rule which bars films released in one year from being con- sidered for an award in subse- quent years. R.A. HOSACK Certified Dgnlal Mechanic DIETRICH DENTUM CLINIC Suite 8- 304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge Jfroltc Saturday, February 1, 1975 Featuring the LETHBRIDGE BIG BAND (Music ot the '40'3) at the EL RANCHO CONVENTION CENTRE Buffet: p.m. Dancing: p.m. Refreshments Available Semi-Formal Per Person Tickets Available at Leister's and El Rancho paramount TONIGHT at and p.m. Hurry, Final 2 Days Tonight and TUBS. at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT They searched the world...until they found each other. SHOWING TONIGHT AND TUESDAY HELD OVER SHOWING TWO MORE DAYS ONLY! Tonight and Tins. 2 shows and P.M. Bottoms Deborah Raff in CATHOLIC CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS ;