Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, July 15, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDGE HEKALB 7 5.C. Forests Still Hot By THE CANADIAN PRESS Good progress was reported in British Columbia's ba 111 e against forest fires Tuesday, as the number of men on the fire lines climbed to a Ugh for the year of In addition, 121 bulldozers, 15 air tankers, a dozen helicopt- ers, a number of spotter air- craft and a host of other equip- ment were being used against 198 fires, a drop of 19 from Monday. The B.C. Forest Service said the big Greyback Mountain fire near Penticton in the Okana- gan was still held to about 000 acres. It was being fought by 150 men and 30 bulldozers. Guards were being well es- tablished at the Raymer Lake blaze, 25 miles north of Kelow- na, although the forest service said the fire was being contain- ed "with difficulty." EARLY USE Moslem mathematicians used the cipher, or zero, 200 years before it appeared in 12th cen- tury Europe. SOU TH EftN THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfoir Theatre "CARRY ON IN THE LEGION" In color. Starring Phil Silvers, Kenneth Williams; Angela Douglas and Jim Dale. Wednesday, July 15. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. RIVER Sunlcmd Theatre "A FEW BULLETS MORE" In color. Starring Diane Zura and Gloria Milland. Wednesday, July 15. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "GRAND PRIX" In color. Starring James Garner. Wednesday, July 15. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "EASY RIDER" In color. Starring Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson. Wednesday and Thursday, July 15 and 16. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult Get more out of life Take the family to a movie Lanza's VoiceRings After His Death PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. (Reuters) Eleven years after the deatli of powerful tenor Mario Lanza, "new" recordings of his voice are bringing in a year in royalties. Lanza died in a Rome clinic at the ago of 38 after a brief and stormy career. The new records are taken from tapes, of radio shows that the star of The Great Caruso and other movies made in the early 1950s. In Russia, according to re- ports, some film fans still refuse to believe that Lanza is dead. He is still listed as one of the most popular United States stars in Russia. Lanza, who had: a perpetual weight battle and a turbulent career involving rows with film studios, died of a heart attack in 1959, 10 years after his first film, That Midnight Kiss. Other films included Because You're Mine, Serenade and The Seven Hills of Rome. Terry Robinson, Lanza's for- mer, manager, says the singer had never really been happy from the time ha became fa- mous. "He was extravagant and he had a lot of troubles with his fi- nances. When his daughter, Col- leen, asked him for a pony he bought her three. He had 12 servants. "He felt he was a'prisoner of his voice." That voice thrilled millions, and still does. Lanza sang ev- ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION PICNIC MEMBERS AND THEIR CHILDREN SATURDAY, JULY 18th RESEARCH STATION-2 P.M. erything from operatic arias to ballads and popular songs. Some of his most popular songs were Be My Love, Because You're Mine and Avc Maria. Two or three "new" Mario Lanza records have been issued each year since his death. Fans frequently visit the home in this ocean-side suburb of Los Angeles which Lanza bought for his mother. Paris of it have been turned into a Lanza museum. A powerful record player in the sitting room sends forth the lusty voice of the man who played the famous Italian opera singer, Enrico Caruso. BOUGHT CHILDREN UP Photographs of Lanza are on the wall. A white bird in a cage near the sitting room window chirps every time it tears him sing. A bust of Lanza done by a Hungarian fan stands in the corner. Lanza's mother, Italian-born Mrs. Maria Cocozza, greets her son's fans. She has brought up her son's four children, whose mother died five months after Lanza's death. Mrs. Cocozza recalled her surprise when her son told her at the age of 16 that he wanted1 to be an opera singer. ''We had no idea that he had a voice. He would hum in the bathroom sometimes, but we never heard him sing." But his voice was never heard in a performance at a major opera house, although he twice banned to appear at La Scala n Milan. Nevertheless, his rec- ord of operatic arias from The "reat Caruso earned more than Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Airport" Last Complete Show PAHAMOUNT CINEMA "The Adventurers" r- Short Subjects Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Two Mules for Sister Sara" Short Subjects Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Paint Your Wagon" 'Discover America" One Complete Show City of Lethbridge PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE ELIMINATIONS SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES TRAP SHOOTING WHERE: Lethbridge Trap Club (west of airport) WHEN: p.m. July 22, 1970 COST: (thij Includes targets) GENERAL INFORMATION: T. must be a resident of the City of Lethbridge 2. All shooting will be done from 15 yards (50 targets) 3. A.T.A. Rules will govern misfires, efc. 4. Competition Categories: Boy and girl under 18 years Men over 18 years Ladies over 18 years Ages of August. 10th, 1970. 5. Shells must be supplied by each competitor. These may be purchased from the Lethbridge Trap Club, at a cost of 52.50 per box. Trap Load only will bg permitted with three drams maximum and no larger shot size than EVENTS: 1. Boys and girls under 18 years 2. Mens 3. Ladies 4. Top two shofs from each region 5. Top five shots from each region Registration forms may be obtained at the Community Summer Program Office (Yates Centre) or at the Lethbridge Trap Club on July 22 beginning tit p.m. For further information contact the lefh bridge Community Summer Program Office at 328-8021. SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES REGIONAL COMPETITIONS SWIMMING WHERE: Fritz Sick Swim Pool WHEN: July 22nd, 1970 p.m. REGISTRATION: will be taken at all pools from p.m. July 16th, 17th, lEth, 19th, 20th Youth to 14 years of per event Open per event CLASSIFICATION: 8 years and under 9 and 10 years 11 and 12 years 13 and 14 years open 15 years and over as of August 10th, 1970 Competition open only to of the Cily of Lethbridge. Members of the Llont Swim Club (Amateur A) are not eligible for competition. A lilt of events will bt posted at all City Pools, Fun Clubs, and Community Summer Program office (Yafas SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES REGIONAL ELIMINATIONS SMALL BORE Sponsored by Community Summer Program and the Lethbridge Marksman Club WHERE: Lethbridge Fish and Game Rifle Range (Hardieville) WHEN: July 17th p.m. REGISTRATION: will be taken en the night of the competition beginning at p.m. CLASSIFICATION: NOYICE-Any person wbp has not won a provincial championship or better in the past two years. AGE GROUPS: 16 years and and girls 17 and and ladies date as of August 10th, 1970 EVENTS: 20 years iron sight prone 50 yards iron or scope sight 20 yards 4 positions 20 yards 4 positions Buddy RULES: Gun weight to be 7Vz pounds with 2'A trigger pull. Ammunition must be supplied by each competitor. Shells will be available to those wishing to purchase at a cost of 85c per box. This event will be held rain or shine. For further information please call Mr. F. lef- fingwell 327-1027. Competition open only to residents of the City of Lethbridge. SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES REGIONAL ELIMINATIONS HORSESHOES WHERE: Indian Battle Park Horseshoe pitches WHEN: July 18th p.m. REGISTRATION: will be taken at the Horseshoe Pitch site beginning at a.m. on the day of the per person AGE GROUPING: 16 years and over both mini and ladies competitions "Birth date of August 10th, 1970 This will be a double knockout tournament with the top two participants in each sex representing Lethbridge at the Southern Alberta Summer Games in Pincher Creek. Horseshoes for the Competition will be supplied. Competition open only to residents of the City of Lethbridge. JOE THE ACTOR Fast arm of Joe Namalh, star passer for the New York Jets, should lend itself to the quick draw necessary for his latest acting role. He's cur- rently filming an American Western in Italy. PROBES PAINTING LONDON (AP) X-rays prying beneath four centuries of encrusted paint have shown the National Gallery's portrait of Pope Julius II is a Raphael, the gallery announced. The portrait, in the gallery since 1824, has been regarded as a copy of an original in Florence, Italy. It was painted about 1511. Rock Ballet Scheduled For Centre OTTAWA (CP) The Roya Winnipeg Ballet, joined by thi Lighthouse rock group from To- ronto, will present the worl< premiere of Ballet High on Julj 28, 29 and 30 at the Nationa Arts Centre after the company's return Horn a seven-week Euro- pean tour, the centre announced today. The rock ballet is by residenl choreographer Brian Macdon aid, with original music by Lighthouse composers Paul Hot- ert and Skip Prokop. Also to be given its Canadian premiere is a new ballet choreo- graphed by Mr. Macdonalc called The Shining People of Leonard Cohen. It was first per- formed in Paris. It is a pas-de-deux based on 10 tone poems by Montreal poet Leonard Cohen. The sound score composed by Harry Freednian uses voices reciting fragments of the poems, a solo soprano and a blend of electronically- produced effects. The final work on the pro- gram, Five Over 13, was per- formed here last January and critics described it as a major achievement. Mr. Macdonald conceived the work as an ex- pression of his concern over the ease with which a small minor- ity can manipulate and wield Will Testify WASHINGTON (Reuters) Norwegian explorer Thor Hey- erdafal has agreed to testify be- fore a United States Senate sub- committee on oil pollution he encountered in mid-Atlantic in his papyrus boat Ra-II, Senate aides said Tuesday. The sub- committee wants the 55-year-old explorer's testimony on oil slicks he saw during his" 57-day Atlantic crossing to Barbados. The letlibridge Eliminations For TRAP SHOOTING For The Southern Alberta Summer Games Will be held at the LETHBRIDGE TRAP CLUB WEST OF THE AIRPORT Wednesday, July 22 p.m. S2.50 INCLUDES TARGETS A.T.A. RULES Registration that evening at 6 p.m. For Further Information Call 328-8021 TONIGHT thru FRIDAY 2 SHOWS and p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD Deadliest Man Alive ADULT TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA' STARTS SATURDAY SB_ The story of a beautiful girl's lifetime between the ages of 19 and 2.2. NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES Presents RESTRICTED ADULT Train for Exciting Career in Medical, Dental Fields in Just 4 Months! v, Exclusive Classroom, Home Study Courses! 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NOW SHOWING NOVEL OF THE YEAR-NOW A MOTION PICTURE! 8 inniT HUNTER n AIRPORT .HURT DEAN JEANSEBERG MATINEE SATURDAY P.M. EVENING ONLY P.M. NOW SHOWING Nothing has been ieft out of 'The Adventurers" RESTRICTED ADULT THE ADVENTURERS cmniss AzrUvouB EABSS. CANBICE BERGEH ROSS4MQ BRACT CIJWA (JeHAVltUiNQ SEKiM FENMIU-e- ANIW HOFFCS LB6H TAYLfiO-YOUHO COLOR' PLEASE NOTE: Thi: Special Attraction will shown Marines Daily Evening 8 p.m. One show only at times indicated GPHUNt It M IV P I Bl REEK ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTIS HIGHWAY Special Announcement! We have mads arrangements to MOVE OVER THIS OUTSTANDING SHOW STARTING TODAY thru SAT. ADULT Not suitable for children! 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