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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 1, 1970 THE IITHDRIDGE SAIK MARRIES Dr. Jonas Salk, developer of Ihe polio vaccine and Francoise Gilet, former mistress of painter Pablo Picasso look at each other after their civil wedding at Paris Neuilly suburb Town Hall. Children Die In Tent Fire PENTICTON, B.C. (CP) Five year old twins Cheryl Glenda and Sharon Glenora Latimer and their three-year- old brother Brad of Calgary died when fire ripped through a tent in a government campsite FOR .DAILY INSPIRATION Dial-A-Thaughi OUR NEW NUMBER 327-4581 this Okanagan Valley resort city. The children's father, Glen Earl Latimer, 28, was reported in satisfactory condition in hos- pital here, but the condition of his 27 year old wife, Judy, was listed as serious. Two other children, Corrina, and Charleen, 6, had spent the night with their grandmother in the city. Police said preliminary in- vestigations indicate a space heater exploded inside the tent, touching off the blaze. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT lefhbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY--8 P.M. SOUTHERN .ALBERTA THEATRES MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE GOOD GUYS AND THE BAD Techni- color. Starring RobertMitchum and George Kennedy. Fri- day and Saturday, July 3rd and 4th. Friday show at p.m. Adult. CREEK Fox Theatre "HEAVElM WITH A GUN" In Metrocolor. Starring Glenn Ford. Thursday, July 2nd. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE REIVERS" In color. Starring Steve McQueen. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, July 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. Thusday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie IMAGINE l YOURSELF BEHIND THE MICROPHONE! WHICH OF THESE 4 FASCINATING RADIO-TV CAREERS INTERESTS YOU? D disc jockey D newscaster D sportscaster D commercial announcer nil VOICE ANALYSIS TELLS YOU IF YOU HAVE "HIDDEN The exciting, rewarding life of a broadcast personality is Ihe dre-m of thousands of people who hidden talent and need only good training. Our directing Faculty of 10 famous broadcasters has helped men and women of all figes and backgrounds discover Iheir poten- tial in broadcasting. TRAlNATHOMEORlNOURMODERff, FULLY-EQUIPPED STUDIO SCHOOL You are able io study broadcasting techniques either at your spare at our studio school located In Toronto. Excitinr training assignments take yr. i your tape recorder) right to of sporting and news events v.nera you learn by doing. IMMEDIATE DEMAND FOR TRAINED BROADCAST PERSONALITIES! Radio- TV everywhere need both) men and women to taks over impor- tant, good-paying jobs right now. combination of our Intensive ing and nationwide placement as- sistance can open the door to thess excellent positions for youl Send today for your free colourful brocru voice analysis details. "iNTERNAfiWAC' CAREER ACADEMY If 11 OF CANADA LTD. 8 Wnr Street East, Toronto I, Onlirfo Phone (416) 363 6941 CH.I I want to know If I nave broadcasting potential Worth rtsveloplnr. Please rust) me more Cily Zone Province I am Interested In D home itiriy Q jludio training Carpenter Collecting Money To Finance PM's Trip HALIFAX (CP) A mem- ber of a local carpenters' union began collecting money from workers on a job site here today to finance a trip to the area by Prime Minister Trudeau "if he can't afford to pay his own way." George Wilson, a member of Local 83 of the United Brotherhood o f Carpenters Speed Record Established EDMONTON (CP) An un- official air speed record from Halifax to Victoria was set by an armed forces CF-5 Freedom Fighter jet aircraft from 434 Squadron stationed at Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake, Alta. A defence department spokes- man said that Capt. R. D. (Pat) Pattison, 34, of Calgary made the flight in five hours, 34 min- utes and 21 seconds, for an av- erage spsed of more than 500 miles an hour. The mile flight, to commemorate the 50th anniver- sary of the start of the first cross Canada mail flight, in- cluded six minute refueling stops at Val D'Or, Que., Gimli, Man., and Calgary. A second Canadian Forces CF-5, piloted by Capt. R. R. Clayton, 40, of Kitchener, Ont., was forced out of the sched- uled dual attempt when a jet aircraft starter unit broke down at Val D'Or after starting the first jet. NEW DIRECTOR Y E L L 0 W KNIFE, N.W.T.. (CP) J. J. Ootes has been named director of the North- west Territories information services, succeeding Ted Hor- ton who retired because of ill- ness. and Joiners of America, passed his hard hat around an apartment building project in the city's south end and an- nounced plans to open a "Tru- deau account" at a local bank. He said he and fellow work- ers wanted the prune minister to come to Halifax to hear the tradesmen's views on local wages. He said carpenters here will receive an hour under a new two-year con- tract, but this was half what carpenters in British Colum- bia earn. Mr. Wilson said the local carpenters want wage parity with carpenters elsewhere in Canada before the federal government imposed a six- per-cent guideline on wage in- creases. The proposed new contract would represent a 20-per-cent increase. .He said that if the prime minister is able to pay his own way to Halifax the money collected for his trip will be donated to charity. Free Vacations For Students TORONTO (CP) The On- tario department of education announced here that 500 sec- ondary school students in the province will receive a free, two-month vacation touring Canada. The Young Voyageur Pro- gram, as it is known, is under the auspices of the federal gov- ernment which chooses the provinces and sites to be vis- ited. This year secondary students in all will tour the country in groups of 20, stop- ping in each place on their itin- erary for one week. O1LEGE IIMEMA COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 TODAY and FRI. ABSOLUTELY LAST 2 DAYS The in their CONTINUOUS SHOWS TODAY AND FRI. Till P.M. FAMILY KIDS' 50c ANYTIME "cAVoy Warned CharKe'Brown" COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SUMMER ENJOYMENT Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TOMORROW, FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY "THE SHAMENS" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMISSION 51.00 Clan's DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrance) Refreihments and Food Avaiiablel PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE FRITZ SICK POOL p.n, P.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sot., July Public Swimming p.m. Sun., July Public Swimming Mon., July 6th- Noon Hour Swim Public Swimming p.m. p.m. p.m. LIONS POOL Thurs., July Public Swimming liOO p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Fri., July 3rd- Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sat., July Public Swimming p.m. Sun., July Public Swimming p.m. Mon., July 6th- Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. HENDERSON POOL Thurs., July 2nd- Public Swimming o.m. p.m. Fri., July 3rd- Public Swimming o.m. p.m. Sat., July 4th- Public Swimming o.m. p.m. Sun., July Public Swimming o.m. p.m. Mon., July 6th- Public Swimming a.m. p.m. SPECIAL NOTE: There are some openings for level swimmers in Session II (July J 17) of Children's Morning Swim Instruction Classes ot the fritz Sick Pool. Any persons interested should register at the pool before July 2nd. WARTIME INGENUITY Discarded steel drums were used as makeshift showers, cook stoves, foundation pillars when filled with cement and even drainage conduits during the war. DANGEROUS IN WIND According to entomologists, on windy days, bees can't fly well enough to forage for food, so they take out their ill temper by stinging more people. I PHILCO COLOR TV JACK'S 302 13th St. N. CLARK WILL ENTERTAIN IN THE RED COACH LOUNGE MARQUIS HOTEL Each Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evening ENJOY GOOD ENTERTAINMENT IN AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT! KIDDIES7 MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON ONLY PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Tess of the Storm Country' IN COLOR With DIANE BAKER 2 Complete Shows at 2 p.m. and p.m. MOMS DADS ANYBODY ALL SEATS IN EM A1" COUEGE MALI 328-6300 SATURDAY STARTS Clint Eastwood as rough and tough as ever, but what a smoothy with the girls! CUNT EASTWOOD ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN on a whole array wilh guns and a CLINT EASTWOOD SHIRLEYMACLAiNE MAJITIN HACKIH 'TWO MULES FOR SISTER l-'aiSinount Gluema POSITIVELY ENDS TONITE ADULT Not suitable for children RICHARD HARRIS as 'A MAM CALLID HORSE" EiNAVISION'TEOHNICOLOa' "j STARTS TOMORROW! ADULT NOT ot SUITABLE FOR p.m. CHILDREN BenandPardner shared everything- thsgold, the laughs, the songs... even their wife! MARVIN MSBERG miNTYOURWAGQN ADULTS MAT. Sl.50 EVE. S1.75 STUDENTS UNIVERSAL PICTURE -T SATURDAY CONTINUOUS FROM P.M. MYWAL5TON HARVEFRESNELl sl 2TW, MtMWfenu [JB jiibFREDERICXlDBVE IKS wmtt PHONE 71100 fllP III F.I KEEN ACRES 'UKIVEBI UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY Friday and Saturday GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. ONLY The Germans forgot one little bridge. Sixty-one days later they lost the war. GYRO BINGO FRI. JACKPOT ENDS TONITE 'For a Few Dollars More7 and 'Fistful of Dollars' 3 Shows Fri. -Mat. Eve. p.m. Saf. continuous p.m. ANOTHER BLOCK BUSTER IN OUR SUMMER FESTIVAL OF HITS! ADULT ENTERTAINMENT A ROSS HUNTER Production AIRPORT BURT LANCASTER -DEAN MARTIN JEAN SEBERG JACQUELINE BISSET GEORGE KENNEDY HELEN HAYES VANHEFLIN MAUREEN STAPLETON BARRY NELSON LLOYD NOLAN ADULTS MATINEE............. SI.50 EVENING SJ.75 STUDENTS ANYTIME DANAWYNTER BARBARA HALE STARTS TOMORROW PARAMOUNT ARTHURHAILEY-GEORGESEATON'ROSSHUNTER A UNIVERSAL PICTURE- Produced in TODD AO LAST TIMES TONIGHT COLNOR Taint Your Wagon' JEAN SEBERG CLINT EASTWOOD LEE MARVIN ;