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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, July 8, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 A TRIO OF EMMY-ADMIRERS Three of the team that won CBC-TV an Emmy as "best classical music program" seen on American TV Norman Campbell, producer- director of the ballet production, Cinderella, admires the award with Celia Franca (left) artistic director of the National Ballet of Canada, and the company's ballerina Veron- ica Tennant, who danced the title role. Miss Franca did the choreography for Cinderel- la, which was telecast on CBC-TV two years ago, and on the National Educational Television network in the United States last February. New Meat Regulations WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. government has put into ef- fect new regulations requiring imported beef from Australia, New Zealand and Northern Ire- land to be rejected unless a companied by papers showir its origin. The order was published la Friday in the Federal Registe PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT Lefhbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY--8 P.M. SOUTtN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE VENGEANCE OF SHE" In color. Starring John" Richardson, Olinka Berova and Edward Judd. Co-starring Noel Willman. Wednesday, July 8. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunbnd Theatre "HOW TO COMMIT MARRIAGE" In color. Starring Bob Hope, Jackie Gleason and Jane Wyman. Wednesday, July 8. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Jack Lemmon and Catherine Deneuve are "THE APRIL FOOLS" In color. Wednesday and Thursday, July 8 and 9. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Buddy Night Two for the price of one "CYBORG 2087" In color. Wednesday, July 8. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Family. Get moro out of life Take the family to a movio IMAGINE? YOURSELF BEHIND THE MICROPHONE! 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The combination of our intensive Ins and nationwide placement slstanco can open the door to theso excellent positions for you! Send today for your Jrcc colourful 36-page brochi voice analysis details. jfW CAREER ACADEMY HI OF CANADA LTD. 8 King Street East, Toronto I, Ontario. 06LAH240 363.6941 T want to Know If I have htoadcasting potential Worth (JevcTopTnr. Please rush me more information. Ago Zone Provlnci lam Interested In D borne study D studio training It followed up an announcemenl by' Agriculture Secretary Clif- ford Hardin that the United States would crack down on "third-country" meat entering the country through Canada. Agriculture department offi- ciate said here that no at- tempt was made at this time to take similar action againsl meat imports from other supplying nations, including a number in Latin America. The trans-shipped meat from the three countries totalled about pounds during the first six months of this year, a department spokesman said. For the remainder of 1970, no meat from Australia, New Zea- land and Northern Ireland will allowed into the United States except direct shipments and accompanied by bills of lad- ing showing the original ship- per. A spokesman for the foreign agricultural service said Latin American meat arriving hrough Canadian ports of entry las not been a problem but added that the order could be amended if the need arises. Hardin announced at a news conference last week that rans-shipments from Canada would be halted as part of an ef- ort to tighten meat-import en- orcements. In a letter to Customs Com- missioner Myles J. Ambrose, Hardin said "bilateral agree- ments" were negotiated 'with Australia, New Zealand and Ireland for b'miting mports the remainder of 1970. The effect of the regulation requiring bills of lading is to put all meat imported. 'from the hree countries on record as to where it came from and to charge it to the voluntary quo- as now in effect. Until now, the three countries lave been able to send meat to Canada and then on to the United States without it being charged against them. Canada has had no meat im- ort agreement with the United tales and is not bound by re- trictions for its own products orriing into the U.S. Injuries Hit Ballet On Tour WINNIPEG (CP) more dancers have been lost Hie Royal Winnipeg Ballet b cause of injuries (luring the current European tour. Company officials said Tue day Veronica Graver had leave the tour because of an ir flamed achilles tendon, whi Deborah Palesch was forced o with an injured foot tendon. Miss Palesch will rejoin th company in Ottawa when hearsals begin July 20 for tli July 28 opening of Ballet Hig a new ballet accompanied t the Toronto rock group, Ligh house. Eileen Heath of Winnipe meantime, has been sent i Europe to reinforce the balli corps. Earlier the company ai nounced injuries to Teresa B; call, who is expected to return in September, and Pa trie' Crommett, who requires su: gery to a damaged knee cart lege. The ballet now is performin in Trieste. It moves to T u r i July 10-12, Monza July 13-14 an Genoa July 16-19. Aii- Race Announcement Expected LONDON (CP) Prime Min- ister Trudeau and Premier W A. C. Bennett may join shortl in announcing a transatlantic trascontinental international ai race as part of British Colum bia's 1971 centennial celebra tions, it was learned today. The London-to-Victoria con test, offering cash prizes to th winners, would be opened to air craft flying the Atlantic under a variety of handicaps. Informants said details of the event are under preparation am it appears likely that both the federal and provincial govern ments will give it full support. An announcement may be made later this month. Laurie Wallace, B.C.'s deputy irovincial secretary, said in Victoria that details of the race have not been worked out but i ikely would be included in the jrovince's centennial celebra ions next year. "All you can say now is it's one of the projects being consi- Mr. Wallace said. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Airport" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "Paint Your Wagon" Shorts Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Two Mules for Sister Sara" Shorts Last Complete' Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Danger Route" ''Death Rides a (Me Complete Stow Tass: Asian Geographers Put America On Their Maps MOSCOW (Reuters) Two Leningrad specialists in Ori- ental antiquity have produced a theory that ancient Asian geographers knew of the ex- istence of the Americas at east years before the birth of Christ, Tass news agency reported. The specialists, Lev Gumi- ev and Bronislav Kuznetsov, >ase their hypothesis on the deciphering of maps of the vorld in old Tibetan books, Tass said. The arrangement of coun- ries and continents on Uie maps conformed with the mowledge of the world by the ancient Sumerians and Chal- deans, the earliest geogra- phers. The Soviet specialists con- 'luded the data contained in He map was known in Asia in he second millem'um EC. "Tlie honor of discovery of ho Americas possibly belongs o ancient Asian Tass said. The agency said the ancient Hbetan maps were at first be- eved to bo charts of imagi- ary lands of fantasy or rnys- ca) Buddhist tales. This view hanged after a laborious nalysis of complex olct Ti- actan and Indian place ames. The Soviet specialists bad itEi'prcted a reference to a green land lying far across the eastern sea" as meaning America. Tass said this guess was substantiated by Kuznetsov, a linguist, through the discovery that the purely American word "tobacco" had found its way into a number of Oriental languages and dialects in an- cient times. Theatre Column Public Image Haunts Julie NEW YORK (AP) Is Julie Andrews stickily sweet, a gir with a marshmallow smile ant a heart of 24-karat sugar? This public image has mildly haunted the young British sing ing star ever since she launcher, her film career by winning an Oscar in Mary Poppins. "I don't mind it as long as people don't compare every- thing I do with Mary she said. "I don't think of myself as being treacly. I'm more astrin- gent than that. I'm a sissy only so far as spiders and beetles, are concerned." In person Julie is open ant friendly but likes to keep a little white picket fence around her thoughts. She reminds one of typical English and orderly with every flower in place. Still only 34 and stunningly beautiful, she is at the peak ol hsr career as one of the world's reigning box-office queens. Her first three pictures, including :he wildly profitable Sound ol Music, grossed around In her latest film, Darling iili, produced by her husband, Blake Edwards, she plays with more charm than conviction the role of a German spy in the ?irst World War. Her co-star is hat 1'il ole singing former truckdriver, Rock Hudson, who drives a fighter plane in this riece of screened fudge. "I'd love to do a straight dra- matic role next, or a good com- said Julie, "but they are lard to come by." Despite her pleasant air of se- renity, Julie is a stern task- master with herself. BELIEVES IN TRYING "To me life is mainly a mat- er of she said. "It is rying to be, to give, to ing in all ways o the best of your rying to make things work. "I'm not sure just what my hilosophy is, and I think per- aps it changes from year to ear. Possibly it is this: to try o remain open, unfixed, un- iased, and ready to change and listen to suggestions. That's im- ortant." Julie says her worst traits are laziness and a terrible tend- ency to interrupt and put m two cents in." "As my husband says, 'I hav something my wife wants to te you'." She feels her best trait adaptability. "I can muck in with most si uations, and I learn fast." She adds: "I feel the world should be A JULIE ANDREWS happy place. I feel sorry f< young people today, and I'm o their side. "The pressures on them ar enormous to find their way, be an individual, and to reta that sense of freedom that a must have in life. No lady however fair can re main young forever. "When I'm old and grey, said Julie, "I want to be sti learning, playing with lots c grandchildren, and planting beautiful garden." BARMAIDS FOR B.C. VICTORIA (CP) Wome have cracked another male ba Tier in British Columbia. Th provincial government recent announced that barmaids WOIL je allowed to serve b e e r in lotel beverage rooms effectiv July 1. Previously only ma' waiters were allowed in B.C jeer parlors. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lethbridge ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. WHY PARENTS FEAR THEIR YOUNG There's Nothing Wrong Young asserts Dr. Emanue! Demby In Weekend Magazine. Instead, says the New York psycholo- gist. It's adults who are alienated from society. Don't miss his controversial commentary on the generation gap and parents may be able to bridge it. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE 1. Buy Coke in returnable bottles. and pay deposit. 2.EnjoyCoca-Cola, S.Return returnable bottles for deposit refund. 4. You've paid only for the Coke. Not for the bottles.! Coke in returnable bottles.Your best value It's the real thing-Qgke. OTTLER: PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, lh Coca-Coll and Coke are trade mark! which identify only the product ot Coca-Cola Ltd.. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION MEMBERS AND THEIR CHILDREN SATURDAY, JULY 18th RESEARCH STATION-2 P.M. ANY PERSON NEEDING TRANSPORTATION PLEASE LEAVE YOUR NAME AT THE LEGION OFFICE BEFORE JULY 16th Police Unveil Riot Weapon Which Stings Like Dickens BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) Police in this University of California city with a history of campus-related disorders now are' using anti-riot weap- ons firing wooden pellets "which sting like the dickens but don't penetrate the skin." "The rioters have started getting cute on Lieut. Mi- chael Healy told a reporter today. "They don't get close to you. They hold back to the distance they can throw rocks from. But this pellet- thrower, which we found in Hong Kong, gives us access to them." The blunt wooden pellets have caused no serious inju- ries thus far, Healy said. The pellets, like slices of a one-inch-diamelcr broomstick, are stacked five deep in a metal cartridge like a shotgun shell. The pellets "are circu- lar, ensuring against skin pen- Healy said. The shells are loaded into a gun similar to a tear gas launcher with a eter barrel and fired with compressed gas, not gunpow- der. Each shell costs about compared with for a tear- gas canister. LAEGE COST Accidents cost British indus- try a they're increasing. The Letlibridge Hotel Presents Tad and Ron Duo Direct from Los Angeles, California Fine Entertainment Nightly! MOW SHOWING Thurs. Matinee p.m. and p.m. NOVEL OF THE YEAR-NQW A MOTION PICTURE! BURT DEAN LANCASTER- MARTIN JEANSEBERG JACQUELINE BiSSET GEORfiE KENNEDY HELEN HAYES A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR" Produceij in eiNema NOW SHOWING 2 DELUXE SHOWS AT AND P.M. COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED K MARVIN CWEKIWOOD Eased on ihe lam ad [flow Broaiisay mm! -jaf Rtmsof mucane ADULT Not Suitable) for Children 7hdo RDIUE III REEN ACRES UKIVE-IN UNCTION OF MAlfOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT and THURSDAY WAIN RIDESfl HORSE TECHNICOLOR" TECHNISCOPE' ADULT (H.T ROUTE I NO. 2 IN COLOR CAROL LYNLEY IN EM A COiuGEMAU 328-6300 TONITE and THURS. Thursday 2 Shows at and p.m. rirrvm .AIR CONDITIONED COOL EASTWOOD ...the deadliest man alive.-.takos on a whole array with two guns and a fistful cf ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN 'TWO MULES FOR SISTER ;