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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta SEES XLOANS FOP. UN UNITED NATIONS Secretary General Kurt heim said Thursday tin United Nations will be million short by hhn end of June unless steps are taken to meet the financial crisis. He said be has ordered economies in the secretariat to save f6 million and asked mem- ber countries to make Interest- Iree loans totalling million by the end of March. MAKE UP A PARTY AND COME TO THE "EL RANCHO" featuring In the CABARET FRIDAY and SATURDAY "MAGELLAN" entertaining In thi LOUNGE "GREG WOLSEY" and In the Outrider Tavern THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Berti Higa Former Macleod musician among big hitmakers HOLLYWOOD (AP) In an- other era, they might be singing lullabies. But not now. In tune with the '70s, a flock of liberated women ire restyV uig the sound of music that sells records and challenging the long-time male dominance of the field. Their sound has been called "soft rock" a switch from the hard rock blare of the '60s. The queen of the movement, Carole King, 29, stunned the in- dustry with her album Tapes- try, which has sold five million Soviets visit Israel TEL AVIV (Reuter) A three-man unofficial Soviet dele- first to Israel since the 1967 six-day in Tel Aviv Thursday to attend a meeting of the Israel-Soviet Friendship League. The Soviet Union broke off diplomatic rela- tions with Israel after the six- day war. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechonle Capitol Furniture Bldf. PHONE 328-76I4M YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r If C RADIO AND TV M 3 302 13th ST. N. r LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Gueits SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Her competitions, nota- bly You've Got i Friend and It's Too Late, have been recorded by virtually every major artist. CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BLUE WATER, WHITE DEATH" In Technicolor. The Hunt For The Great White Shark. Saturday, January 22. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "A MAN CALLED SLEDGE" In Technicolor. Starring James Gamer. Saturday, January 22 Show at p m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THE MOLLY MAGUIRES" In color. Starring Richard Harris, Sean Connery aud Samantha Eggar. Saturday and Sunday, January 22 and 23. Show time each night at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMEN" In color. Starring Joe Cocker. Saturday, January 22. Shows at and p.m. Family. Sunday, January 23 at p.m. "LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH" In color. Adult Not Suitable For Child- ren. TABER Tower Theatre "McCABE AND MBS. MILLER" In color. Starring Warren Beatty and Julie Christie. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, January 22, 24 and 25. Saturday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Sunday, January 23, one show at p.m. "LADY GODFVA RIDES" and "WE ARE ALL In color. Adult. Ford boosts holdings at Oakville TORONTO (CP) The ent Ford Motor Co. of Dear- born, Mich., said here it has purchased another shares of stock In its subsid- iary plant at nearby Oakville, the Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. A spokesman said the acqui- sition Increased the parent firm's holdings to more than 87 per cent from 86 per cent in the Canadian company. Sale price of the stock was not disclosed but it is believed to have been in the JU-milUoo range. Farm vacations plan approved PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, Man. (CP) A seminar spon- sored by the Manitoba Wom- en's Institute and the provincial department of agriculture de- cided here to set up an or- ganization to sponsor farm va- cations for city dwellers. Similar farm vacation pro- grams are in operation in On- tario and Alberta, where rates range from a week for an adult to a week for a child. The Manitoba program is ex- pected to begin operating this Big hitmakers isclude Canadi- an-born Joni Mitchell with Both Sides Now and Wo o d t to c k, Laura Nyro with Slbny End, When I Die, and Wedding Bell Blues; Carly Simon with That's (he Way I've Always Heard It Should Be and Anticipation; and Dory Prrvin with Come Satur- day Morning and the album Mythical Kings and Iguanas. The list of successful woman writer-singers also includes Joan Baez, Janis Ian, Euffy Sainte-Marie, a Canadian In- dian, and more. "The female singer-songwrit- ers are leading the says one music critic. "They at least let us know that the seasons are indeed changing." Joni Mitchell, 28, a native of Fort Macleod, Alta., was edu- cated in Saskatoon and Calgary, and played in the Calgary cof- fee house, The Depression, and in church basements and YMCA halls in Toronto. She was only 21 when she met and roamed Chuck Mitchell in Detroit. They performed as a duo around Michigan then split up, and she moved to New York. Buffy Sainte-Marie, who will bu 31 Feb. 20, born on the Pia Pot Cree reserve north of Re- gina, was adopted at an early age by a Micmac couple who :ook lier to live with them in Maine. She majored in Oriental Jhilosophy at the University of Massachusetts. Miss King refuses interviews doesn't want the super- star says a press )ut has talked of her past bat- tles to make it in a man's song- writing world. "The only way [or me to get my songs heard was to Rug them she aid of her decision to start per forming in the late '60s. Since then, King bits have in eluded It's Too Late, I Feel the Earth Move, Where You Lead and the haunting You've Got a Friend. loturday, J.nuory 11, THI UTHMID3I HMAtD 7 Gull Lake water plan shelved EDMONTON (CP) A plan to raise the water level in Gull Lake in central Alberta has been postponed [or liiis year by the provincial government. R. E. Bailey, director of wa- ter resources, said here the plan has been deferred because of the province's tight budget situation. The project to divert water from the Blindman River to the lake, a well-used summer resort, would cost for diversion equipment and 000 in annual operating costs. THEY'RE RESTYLINO AMERICAN POP MUSIC A new generation of liberated ladiei is American pop music with a sound called "soft rock." They include Carly Simon (upper Dory Previn (lower left) and Carole King queen of the move- ment who sold five million copies of one album. THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Season Second Session REHEARSALS: St. Mary's School 5th and 19rh Stmt South Commencing February 6. 1972 exist for: All String Playtn (particularly Violas and Cello.) Ban Trombone: Reasonably experienced performers upon these inslrumenli are invited to contact: LUCIEN NEEDHAM, Conductor (329-2331) (Other vacanciet may occur before the commencement of the sesiion, and thus, interested performer! upon Instruments not mentioned obove are also invited to communicate their deijre to participate in a LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 Nos............ Game No. 1................... 50 10th Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 AU GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card SI.00 All Wood Cards 5Q0 Each Children Under 16 Nat Allowed Binge will alia played in the club room for ntemberi and their invited Muiic Friday and Saturday Banquet focllltiw for Muscular Dystrophy Mr. Tanako, Sales Manager of Acme Television lid., North lethbridge, li seen presenting a cheque for M Mr. Doug Ferguion, local chairman for tho Lothbrldgo Mulcular Dyilrophy Allocation. On the extreme left il Mr. Vic Shlppobotham tho local Anocialion Mirtr, and In back of plciuro In Mr. Kai Hiraga, President of Acme Ttlivillon ltd. Tht prtitnt wot a percentage of Sales by Acrnt T.livllion Ltd (College. Mall and North Lethbridgt) during tho month of December. Thi members of tho Muscular Dystrophy Association and tho management and staff of Acmo Televlilon lid. would like to IhanV iho many people of lethbrldge and southern Alberta for their fine support for this worthwhile project. Publishers to delay printing of autobiography on Hughes NEW YORK (AP) Me j-raw-Hill, Inc., and Life maga- zine say they will defer publica- tion of a purported autobiogra- )hy of Howard Hughes pending in investigation of a Swiss bank account in the recluse billion- aire's name. Both publishing firms said in a joint statement Thursday they 'continue to believe that the material we have contains the authentic language and words oi Howard Hughes." But they said an investigation :'has just developed questions concerning the holder of the renk account at the Swiss Credit Bank in Zurich in cheques made out to H. R Hughes were endorsed and de- josited." Author Clifford Irving has In- sisted that Hughes collaborate! on the book in a series of secret meetings with him, and Mc- Graw-Hill says it paid Hughes Hoisted her car BASEL, Switzerland (Reuter) A pretty blonde German tour- ist parked her car on a building site before sightseeing in Basel. When she returned she found it sitting on top of an eight-storey ruilding. Laughing workmen old her they had hoisted it up ly crane to save her a parking me. Tffldai The stirring saga of a Grizzly Monarch's conflict with man Sun International Productions 1 Vncfnonw Fimilf Enteiutnmtnl Almft SPECIAL SHOWING Sunland Theatre MILK RIVER Phone 647-3643 SUN., JAN. 30th 3 Showt 2-7 and 9 p.m. about for the material. But in a long-distance tele- phone news conference Jan. 7, a voice identified as that of Hughes denied that he bad ever met Irving or that he had re- ceived any money for Bie work. A Nevada publishing com- pany, which claims it has exclu- sive rights to Hughes' life story, has sued in state Supreme Court seeking to block publication of the McGraw-Hill book and Life articles. Life had planned to start its three-part series in the Feb. 11 issues. McGraw-Hill's publica- tion date was set for March 10. CARPENTERS LOCAL 846 52nd ANNIVERSARY BANQUET SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, 1972 Refreshments p.m. Supper p.m. Dancing to fellow at p.m. Ticked available at our off in 207 13 St. N. per including supper and dance Open to immben and friendi ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 55 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY, JAN. 22-4 HITS AND A MISS Life insurance business grows TORONTO (CP) K. S. Jackson, president of The Manufacturers Life Insurance Co. reported here that the val- ue of total business in force reached billion at the end of 1971. Business in force at the end of 1970 was billion. In a r e p o r t to the annual meeting, he said total premium income for the year increased by 15 per cent to million. Total assets at year-end were billion, an increase of 5148 million or seven per cent during the year. Net interest rate earned dur- ing the year was 6.42 per cent, up from 6.40 per cent during 1970. COLLEGE Starts Wednesday TOat The stirring saga of a Grizzly conflict with man PLUS SPECTACULAR SKI SHORT "GET HOT" WED., THURS. AND FRI. EVENINGS ONLY at and p.m. SATURDAY SHOWS at and MATINEE ADULTS CHILDREN 75c EVENINGS Adulu Children 14 yre. and un 'er RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT thru TUES. Tonight at 7 and p.m. Showing Sunday at p.m. only "'Carnal KlWWtedge'li one ol the but movies ever." Smith. Coamopoflrui Mf Slant Mike Nichols. Jack Mchobon.Candkt Bergen. Carnal Knowledge.] The lanjuigi in this Him may be offensive to some people. Miniyer UUflRRen BEflTTY.ndGOLDie HflUJfl in RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA TONIGHT thru TUES. Tonight at and p.m. Written and Directed bv tt. r j RICHflRD BROOMS Sundoy ot _________________ p.m. only ADULT COLLEGE TONIGHT thru TUES. Tonight at and p.m. Showing Sunday at p.m. only James Garner RomWtrai fei. AKrnrylrarc Scnn EARTH BREEZE and CJOC Proudly Pmtnt Tht Matt Important Bluetman In The World Today JOHN LEE HOOKER A legend In his own time Wilier of viv 400 recorded lite "Sugar "I Wanna "loom "I'm Mad" and many more. Plus Hit Wicktd Blwiband 'THE HOOKERS" and Soecinl Doors Open Advance ticket! at LEISTER'S, MUSICLAND, MARCEL'S SMOKE SHOP ONLY OR AT THE DOOR SUNDAY, JAN. 23 8.30 p.m. ;