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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta UCTION Mastercharge 2508-2nd Ave. N. Chargex Calls women reporters 'hookers9 Sinatra remarks cause 'row' Housing starts show drop action by Auct License No. 077855 327-1222 LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT In The Clubrooms JULY 11th AND FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 12th and 13th Members and Invited Guests By PETER O'LOUGHLIN Australia Australian unions today lifted their bans on Frank and a tour promoter said the singer will resume his concert tour and go ahead with a televised free show. The a previously demanded apology from reached after a three-hour huddle be- tween Sinatra's the promoters and Robert Australia's top labor union official. smiles all said Robert one of the tour promoters. was no apology. The unions have really shown a lot of understanding and deserve complimenting. They realized it got grossly out of Hawke flew to Sydney to meet with Sinatra after a number of unions demanded that Sinatra apologize for insults to Australia's journalists. The musicians' union said Sinatra cannot appear again in the country until he apologizes. And the transport union said its members will not service any plane the singer is booked on. Hawke said Sinatra will get out of unless he retracts remarks he made during a concert Tuesday night in Melbourne and apologizes for the rough treatment his bodyguards gave a television crew. THREAT OF BOYCOTT The hotel employees' union threatened to boycott the Syd- ney hotel in which Sinatra is staying. The singer had scheduled COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHSRIDGE Public and Museum July July July July July 15 FRITZ SICK Swim p.m. PUBLIC SWIM p.m. and Swim p.m. PUBLIC SWIM p.m. and SWIM Swim p.m. Family Swim Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. LIONS Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and Swim p.m. and p.m. HENDERSON SWIM SWIM Swim Swim Swim 11. p.m. PLEASE Registrations to fill vacancies in swimming instructions will be taken at the pool of your choice during the above listed SIR ALEXANDER SALT p p.m. HENDERSON ICE Skate p.m. CJOC RADIO PRESENTS IN PERSON THE MOM and WILF CARTER THE FIRST TIME TOGETHER ON STAGE July 12th p.m. Lethbridge Civia Spurls Centre Tickets at Musicland and Leisters five concerts in Melbourne and three in Sydney-at each. He still has four to go. Sinatra's Milton Ru- told a news conference his client the but will not accept culpability. He said making his first Australian tour in 15 was willing to give a free TV performance to make up for a concert that was cancelled Wednesday night. Sinatra is willing and able to Rudin said. did not cancel the he was The secretary of the Profes- sional Musicians Adrian rejected the offer. is in dispute and there will be no shows until he does the right thing and Bendall said. for there is not the slightest The trouble started Tuesday when Sinatra arrived in Mel- bourne by private jet from Sydney. Muttering he brushed past reporters and was whisked off in a fast car. That he interrupted a concert before persons with a monologue aimed at the press in which he said he had all day because of the parasites who chased won't they won- der why I won't talk to them. the scandal men that bug you and drive you and the broads of the press are the hookers of the need I explain this to you. might offer them a buck and a Si- natra continued. once paid a broad in Washington and I overpaid her. She didn't even of them don't Sinatra had clashed with Washington Post columnist Maxine Cheshire in at the time of' President Nixon's inaugural in 1973. The Washington Post account at the time of the Sinatra-Cheshire incident said the entertainer noticed Mrs. Cheshire in a hotel lobby late on the Friday night before the inauguration and yelled at go home and take a The Post said that he contin- ued to berate her with four- letter repeatedly called her a and as he left the lobby stuffed two dollar bills in her empty baby. That's what you're used OTTAWA Housing starts are dipping below last year's record says the Central Mortgage and Hous- ing Corp. CMHC said in a news re- lease preliminary figures for June indicate housing starts in urban areas reached down eight per cent from 946 in the same month a year ago. Starts in the first six months of the year were STAMPEDE WEEK July 15- 20 At The GARDEN HOTEL Back By Popular Demand Nbntti Dr. Count Hwy.. 327-1100 Showing Tonight and Fri. SHFS THE LETHAL LADYOFKUNGFU... LflDX KURG FU' Gator A Notionol General Pictures Rdeojetf HIT TRIPLE NO. 2 e IRONS COLOR Gilts open p.m. DM complili show it 10 p.m. NOW SHOWING at and p.m. DISNEYLAND EXPO TOUR August 1.17 days as as Includes transportation and accommodation. Tour includes San Fran- Disneyland. Knotts Berry Universal cjranq Las Expo 74. NORTHERN BUS TOURS Alberta Phone 327-3536 or 329-4474 Also Pincher Creek Travel Centre X IB True Story of the Two Cops Callad Batman and Robin MGM Presenls'THE SUPER COrVSIamng RON LEIBMU OMID SEUY Screenplay by LORENZO SEMPlfJR paramount cinema Show Times SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short SUPER LAST COMPLETE 'ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short LAST COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short BUTCH LAST COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE LADY KUNG TRIPLE ONE COMPLETE GATES ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Theatre in color. Starring Kirk Douglas. Thurs- July 13. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. FORT Theatre WAY WE in color. Starring Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford. July 12 and 13. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT SPECIAL PRICES. PINCHER Theatre in color. Starring Kirk Douglas. Thurs- Friday and July and 13. Thurs- day show at p.m. FAMILY. Theatre in color. Friday and July 12 and 13. Thursday shows at and p.m. STARTS TOMORROW At and p.m. 8th Si. 4th Ave. South. 327-5100 HELD OVER AND MOVES DOWNTOWN Probably moit entertaining j Mi.iU.iii ever PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFOI KATHARINE CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE July 3rd to 13th ANITA DE PALMAY LOS ACAPULCO 70's at the MINER'S 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Ontyl TEC GREGORY PECK DESI ARNAZ.JR. ACAIHSr nttODDS AMINSTTBCtilfl... 2 Action Packed Westerns 2 Three boys wanted to be like their hero. Harry Spikes. They got their wish. Soon they were worth a fortune. DEAD or ALIVE Adult Not Suitable For Children STARTS TOMORROW college cinema 20th Ave. Mayor Mayith Dr.. 328-6300 First Show Starts at p.m. Last Complete Show at p.m. ENDS TONIGHT CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE THE M1RISCH CORPORATION presents Lee Marvin Gary Grimes Ron Howard Charlie Martin Smith ut_r The Spikes Gang BREAKFAST In Gait Gardens JULY a.m. -10 a.m. COMPLIMENTS OP THE DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION BRING THE FAMILY SPECIAL BAND MUSIC by the Alberta All Girls Band from Edmonton and the Reaina Police Band and Others. ;