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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TODAY'S SHOW TIMES V.'sdnnday, Jonuary 24, 1973 THE IETHBSIDSI PARAMOUNT "Charlston Blues" Complete Show P.-IRA.MOL'.VT CI.VE1M Restricted Adult "Ryan's Daughter" One Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA "Aroused" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Westerners Orchestra PLAYING FOR HI NEIGHBOUR CLUB Saturday, January 27, 1973 8 to 11 p.m. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL GYMNASIUM mm MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WHAT'S UP DOC" In color. Starring Barb-a Streisand and Ryan O'.Veal. Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. January 2-1. 25. 26 and 27. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre In color. Starring Riichsrd Hcundtree and Moses Gunn. Wednesday. January 24. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "HANNIE CAULDER" In color. Wednesdav. January 24. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CARNAL KNOWLEDGE" In color. Starring Ann-Mar- gret and Jack Wednesday. January 24 Shows at and p m Restricted Adult. Vietnam war cast pall on LBJ administration Five-doy-cld Crispian John David was determined Sunday in London to be heard cs he made his photographic debuf with his mother Hpvley Mills, 16, wife of film producer-director Roy Bculting, 59. Centennial project Calgarians building blimp WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "VliSCE DITRICH and BLUE" Members and invited guests only. CALGARY Brian 'Hval isn't sure exactly what it will look like. But it be big. Mr. Hval is president of the Alberta Free Eaffionist Society which is attempting to build a two-man helium blimp that will be ready to fly by "1975. the city's cente-jiial year. The b'in-ip. wilj proba- hly 'DC abou: SO fee: long and 20 fee; in diameter, rill be pat- terned after a 1S10 airship. Mr. r Hval isn't sure how it is going lo be built PT ei-en ho-.v to Ur I the shine. OVER 110 STORES COAST TO COAST IN CANADA SPECIAL VALUE! Portable Power Pack Radio A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO. OF CANADA LIMITED 327-5th St. S. "We'll .'eel it rat as we go along." Plans call for the b'jajp to be piwered by two propellers. It v.ill be capable of giiijy for- ward, bsckwsrd or hovering. Tne society has talked with the department of transport about licensing, building and safety. Mr. Hva! says ihe'acrja] testing will be cautiously. "It is so unique the; you can't tram to fiy it." One of the Difficulties the soci- faces is that there are no j records of anyone in Canada al- i tempting a similar project. Cost of the sirship is esu- raaied ai up lo SJ5.0M and the society is looking for assistance in fur.dic2. .An airship envelope, or gas bag. has been donated by an enthusiast in Vancouver, and tre society is looking [or heip vrith lar.Ging pal facilities. Brando faces charge BOLOGNA. Italy 'AP> Marlon Brando. French aciress Maria Schneider and Italian di- rector Bernardo Bertolucc: Saturday on charges of obscenity for their film The Last Tango in Paris. The film was banned in Italy las; month by a Rome judge, who turned over the case to the Fologna court because the fibr. was first sho-.rn in E: nearby Terrae. The Koine ar.d the Bologaa magistrates the fihn obscene niaish' because of sodc-my Italian film critics have termed case a scandsJ The> described the firn as one of '.ho best since end of the Second World WASHLN'GTON (AP) In the beginning ot Lyndon B. John- son's presidency, Vietnam was a shadow on his horizon. At the end, it cast a pall ranging far across bis administration. 'Toe strain of prolonged en- gagement in a distant war stir- red deep controversy among: our oeople." Johnson said later.: "The war created or deep-; ened the president and Congress, be- tween 'doves' and tween generations. So it was in a Vietnam speech, March 31. IMS. pn- nouncing a reduction in the U.S. air assault on North Vietnam in a move to promote peace nego- tiations, that Johnson dropped his ultimate political bomb- shell: I "I shall not seek, and I will j not accept, the EominHtlon of j my party for another term as j your president." 1 At the start, when Johnson stepped into office in Novem- ber, 1953, following John F. Kennedy's Viet- nam admittedly was a diffi- culty. Kennedy had sent 16.000 U.S. troops there, largely under the label of advisers and tech- i nicians. Johnson was to swell j the force to some 540.9W. j WENS ELECTION i In the presidential election the following year Johnson rated himself as a Vietnam candidate as against his more anti-Com- j munisi Republican opponent, i Barry Goldwater. Johnson won the election in a landslide. I Yet various plans already were under way within the ad- ministration, as the secret pen- Ugon Ftpsrs later showed, for more forceful rctira in the In- dochina conflict In August. the U.S. Navy reported attacks by North Vieuiamese patrol boats on U.S. destroyers in the Gulf of Ton- kin. The affair spurred sponsor- ship by the administration cf a resoltrion that was to be a centre of con- troversy in years dur- ing Johnson's Vietnam buildup. i The Tonkin Gulf resolutioi was passed by Senate and House of Representatives by lopsided majorities. In ;h Con-, gress gave its support to the presided for "all necessary measures to repel any armed attack against the forces of the United States and to prevent: further aggression." Meanwhile, he was accom- panying the military stepup with a continuing series ot un- successful peace moves. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Suite 8----304 5lh St. t. Ph. 327.7244 SEE IT BEFORE CIVILIZATION SWEEPS IT AWAY. "GREAT NEW WILDLIFE FILM FOR MAN CAN LIVE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE SPECTACULAR FILK'ED IN1 THE AN WILDS.' STARTS TOMORROW An. Dr. 32S-6300 WEEKDAYS 9.DO SAT. 9.00 ADULTS SUN. 900 UNMS 1J S2.CO SORRY NO PASSES 51.00 RELEASED EY PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL INC. Also coming to fert Mocleod Pincher Creek Totsr Corditen ADUIT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN porofifouiiT cinema SL 431 Art- TONITE thru FRIDAY One Shew at 6 p.m. Astoryoflma Rmed by David Lean fiyaris Daughter RESTRICTED ADULT Imperial earning.? increase TOROMXi iCP1 Imperial Oil Ltd. reports net earnings of Si3? miJiion or Sl.iT a share for 197'J million or St.06 a year earlier Capital and exploration in totalled S2o9 million, an increase of .C9S million cr 1971. w i1. TAvsiies say? in li> sharclioldcrj charge? for ihc year double lliosc o: as activi'y inoroasrtl in Arctic ,iv..1 in EnsI Civist off- Tlio also says hi.clior pruvs for tlinr prodik'ls hy increased crud? oil arrf opor.ilinp costs. 1 S Vin.iii.is drf! ay was in Toriinio u 19M. STARTS TOMORROW AT AND P.M. paramount ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN LAST TIMES TONIGHT 'COME BACK CHARLESTON BLUE' ond 2nd Hit "DEALINGS ;