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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Weekend show times PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Plaza Suite" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Last Valley" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "One More Train to Rob'1 Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Rascal" "King Of The Grizzlies" One Complete Show Sunday PARAMOUNT No Show Sunday PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Last Valley" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Villian" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Last Escape" "Mosquito Squadron" One Complete Show DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridgt Slashes price VANCOUVER (CP) Comin co Ltd. announced here it has reduced its price for bismuth by a pound. The new price is a poum for ton lots or more and a pound for less than ton lots. The German Canadian Club of Lethbridge and The Lethbridge and District Exhibition Board Proudly Present THE WESTERN EUROPEAN CHAMPION BRASS BAND from GERMANY PROGRAM: Concert Sunday, July 18th to p.m. In front of Japanese Garden Monday, July 19lh Whoop-Up Days Parade, Concert in front of City Hall also Concert p.m. at Ixhibition Pavilion. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "VALDEZ IS COMING" In color. Starring Burt Lan- caster. Saturday, July 17. Shows at and p.m. Adult Children Under 16 Admitted with Guardian. MILK RIViR Sunlond Theatre "THE McKENZffi BREAK" In color. Starring Brian Keith, Helmut Griem and Ian Hendry. Saturday, July 17. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre 'START THE REVOLUTION WITHOUT ME" In color. Starring Elliot Gould. Saturday and Sunday, July 17 and 18. Shows each night at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "AIRPORT" In Technicolor. Starring Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Seberg, Jacqueline Bisset and Acad- emy Award winner Helen Hayes. Saturday, July 17. Shows at and p.m. Adult. TABER-Sky Vue Drive-ln "THE PROFESSIONALS" In Techrnicolor. Starring Burt Lancaster, Lee Marvin, Robert Ryan and Claudia Cardinale. Saturday, July 17. Show starts at dusk. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "THE WILD COUNTRY" In Technicolor. Starring Steve Forrest. Vera Miles and Ronny Howard. Plus Walt Disney'c "NIOK. THE ORPHAN ELEPHANT" In Technicolor. Saturday. Monday and Tuesday, July 17, 19 and 20. Saturday shows at and p.m. Family. Get more ouf oF life Take the family tc a movie ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE Whoop-Up Days Entertainment to a.m. Monday, July 19-Outlaws Tuesday, July Wednesday, July 21-Outlaws Thursday, July 22-Highway South 4 Thursday, July 22-Bingo-2 Jackpots Friday, July Trio Saturday, July Man Saturday, July Combo Members and Their Guests Only HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY MOVIE: The HclHighlers, p.m., CIi. 9: John Wayne and Katharine Ross star in a 1969 drama based on the ca- reer of Red Adair, who battles oil fires for a living. LOCAL: Triideau's Southern Alberta Visit, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: CJOC-TV features a 30 minute special on last weekend's visit by the prime minister tio LeUibridge, Standoff, Water- ton tovm site and Blairmore. VARIETY: DCS O'Connor, p.m., Ch. 13: Comedian Charlie Callas joins Des and Connie Stevens. MOVIE: The Happy Thieves, p.m., Ch. 11: A 1961 comedy about a debonair art thief entangled in murder and blackmail. Stars Rex Harrison, Rita Hayworth. MOVIE: Wild in the Country, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Elvis Pres- ley is a rebellious Shenandoah Valley youth who becomes involved with three women. With Hope Lange. MOVIE: Stalag 17, p.m., Ch. 13: William Holden won an Academy Award for his performance in this 1953 war drama about a prison camp informer. With Otto Preminger. MUSIC: My Kind of Country, p.m., Ch. 7: Guests tonight are singers Lefty Frizzell and Billy Walker. MOVIE: The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, p.m., Ch. 7: A small-town salesman loses his job and is on the verge of losing his wife. Stars Robert Preston, Dorothy Mc- Guire. MOVIE: Arabesque, p.m., Ch. 13: Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren star in a 1966 romance mystery about a professor and an Arab chieftain's daughter. SUNDAY DOCUMENTARY: Eskimo World, Eskimo Art, a.m., Ch. 9: A profile of Eskimo art includes segments of Robert Flaherty's classic 1922 film, Nanook of the North. SPORTS: AAU Intel-national Champions, p.m., Ch. 9: The first Pan-African-U.S.A. international track meet which ended Saturday in North Carolina. PUBAFFAIRS: Pick and Choose, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: An inter- view with one of the Quebec Five jailed last year on charges of seditious conspiracy, plus a report on a course in self- awareness for Edmonton policemen. PUBAFFAIRS: Sunday Best, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: The Life Game studies middle-age as it applies to loss of jobs and approaching retirement. MUSIC: Music to See, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: Love takes the spot- light as bass baritone Claude Corhell and soprano Margot McKiiuion sing Plaisir d'Amour, Greensleeves and This Is My Beloved. MOVIE: Flight to Tangier, p.m., Ch. 13: Jack Pal- ance and Joan Fontaine star in a 1953 melodrama of racke- teers and Iron Curtain refugees around Hie Moroccan port. MOVIE: Two for the Road, 6 p.m., Ch. II: Audrey Hep- burn and Albert Finney are a young married couple who recall the bitter and the sweet of their lives together. SPECIAL: They Never Looked Back, 7 p.m., Ch. 7: A tribute to British Columbia's Centennial profiles the people and events which brought the most westerly province into Confederation 100 years ago. NATURE: Untamed World, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: A re-telecast on the living habits of water birds. DRAMA: Quentin Durgeus, MP, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: An MP is led into a tangle of alleged bribery from the underworld, murder and personal harrassment. With Leslie Yeo. SPECIAL: Canadian West, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A replay of an historical documentary, based on Frank Rasky's book, The Opening of Hie Canadian West, which chronicles the opening of the frontier and the coming of the railroad. NATURE: Tommy Tompkins, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: A look at Canada's Northern waterways and tips on wilderness sur- vival. DRAMA: Marcus Wclby, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: A woman's recovery from hepatitis is jeopardized by the realization that her husband is becoming less dependent on her. With Geral- dine Brooks. INTERVIEW: Ronnie Hawkins, Midnight, Ch. 13: Pierre Berlon talks with one of Canada's top rock-music leaders. MONDAY MOVIE: Run a Crooked Mile, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A school- teacher is involved in a web of intrigue, dual identity and murder. With Louis Jordan and Mary Tyler Moore. WOMEN'S: Take 30, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: A profile of the ill- fated and brilliant writer, Malcolm Lowry. Hay wagon in Carmen ATLANTA, Ga. poser Georges Bizet's immortal Carmen now comes in as a ?5- year-old black beauty with long black tresses, a big smile, a fig- ure that any Carmen would she sings from a hay wagon. Bizet's French opera with a Spanish setting has been rewrit- ten by Blanche Thebom, a for- mer Metropolitan Opera star, and is cast under the warm Georgia sun. Instead of running 314 hours, the opera has been cut to 40 minutes and can easily be moved because the stage is the hay wagon. The hay wagon, pulled by a Jeep, will be taken into Atlan- ta's back streets, to parks and playgrounds or wherever there is an audience. Cecily Beasley, who sings the role of Carmen, teaches music at Atlanta's Clark College. She has a rich soprano voice. Streisand to star in Bernhardt film NEW YORK (AP) Baxbra Streisand is to star in a film based on the life of actress Sarah Bernhardt. Filming is scheduled to start next spring in Paris and Eng- land. The film will be directed by Ken Russell. "MAMA CASS" WEDS HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Mama Cass" Elliott, the plump, high-spirited lead vocal- ist in the Mamas and the Pepas, has married Donald von Wiedenman, a Bavarian baron. The marriage took place two weeks ago at Miss Elliott's home in Hollywood, her spokes- man said yesterday. Her first marriage, in 1961 to James Hen- drix, a folk musician, ended in a 1969 divorce. Both Miss Elliott and Wieden- man, a writer, are 27. The Mamas and the Papas, which broke up as a group in 1968 after waxing six-best sell- THE MINUS 1 CLUB WILL HOLD A DANCE in the Polish Hall, Saturday, July 17 from 9 to 1 (Western Canadians) TELEPHONE 327-4742 Bring Your Family Come Along To A Sunday Musical Concert At Henderson Park Picnic Area Sunday, July p.m. Featuring ALBERTA RANCH BOYS SPONSORED BY: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE ing record albums, rejoined forces last May. RETURNS TO ENGLAND SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) Actress Julie Andrews' brother and his wife have agreed to re- turn to their native England on airline tickets paid for by the actress. The move is keeping them out of prison. Christopher Stuart Andrews, 25, and his wife, Sherry Lynne, 20, mada the promise Thursday after pleading guilty to posses- sion of dangerous drugs. Judge Byron McMillan had given them the alternative of returning to his mother's Lon- don home or going to jail. The Los Angeles couple were ar- rested May 25 when hashish and heroin were found in car. A probation report said An- drews and his wife were living on welfare assistance when ar- rested. It said his actress-sister brought him here from England in 1966 so he could study photo- graphy, and cut off his monthly allowance in November three years later. Weather helps missing pet snake's return EDMONTON (CP) Ge- ronimo, a. Sli-foot boa constric- tor with wanderlust which had residents treading lightly after it disappeared three weeks ago, is back home. The tropical snake escaped from its backyard cage June 24 and its owner, Marianne Duemler, 16, notified area residents and police lest someone injure her pet. She said it is harmless. Geronimo disappeared just before recent cold, rainy weather, leading Marianne to believe her pet probably was curled up somewhere to wait it out. Warm weather returned this week, and so did Geronimo. It was found in the Duemlcrs' backyard flowerbed by the fam- ily dog, Prince. Marianne imported the snake last fall from Florida. It is accustomed to a diet of difficult to find in Alberta. APPEARING NIGHTLY DURING WHOOP-UP DAYS JULY 19 TO JULY 24 Columbia Recording Artist TONY WHITE 4 LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13lh ST. N. LITH8RIDGJ IN THE CtUBROOMS TONITE HIGHWAY NO. 4 SOUTH DupeDamone into signing bank note SINGER BANKRUPT LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Singer Vic Damone says on reason he filed for bankruptcy was that he was duced tot signing a bank note. "Unfortunately, I put consic erable trust in people who too advantage of my socially and sal Damone after t'.ie bankruptcy petition was filed in U.S. distric court. Damone, who is said to eai a week for his frequen appearances here, said he face in debts and had onl in assets. The Interna Revenue Service was listed his largest BEATLE BENEFIT NEW YORK (AP) Tw Harrison an Ringo planning benefit concert here, but Mad son Square Garden, the pri posed site, says there are n firm commitments yet. In London, Ringo the drum mer of the now disbanded grou told friends by telephone "George Harrison is getting ev erything together. Leon Russe and Klaus Voorman will also b appearing." Other reports said the tw Beatles would join Ravi Sha kar in a concert for the benef of a special United Nations fun for children displaced by strif in East Pakistan. But a spokesman at the Ga den said no details were avail. We yet. "We're still in the talkin she said. The last, time the Beatles per formed together was in 1966 The last time two of the forme group joined up was in Decem her, 1969, when Harrison an John Lennon played with th Plastic Ono Band in London. -Saturday, July 17, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Crosses ocean in speedboat OSU3 (AP) Hans Thol- trup, a 2G-ycarold Dane, Fri- ay became the first man to ross the North Atlantic in an pen speedboat, a spokesman or the organizers said. T h o 1 s t r u p arrived at. St. ohn's, Nfld., in his 20 foot win engined vessel Ked Eric arlier in the day 514 days fter he left Iceland, said a tele- hone report to the Norwegian Jraco Co. which built the boat. He started his voy- age from Copenhagen last June 19 and raced to Canada via ports in Norway, the Shetland Islands, the Faroes and Iceland. He expects to arrive in New York in about 10 days, the spokesman said. YOUR PhiLIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV 302 13th St. N. PHONE 71100 It A IUC KEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOrMAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY LAST TIME TONIGHT WALT DISNEY'S "KING OF THE GRIZZLIES" In Technicolor WALT DISNEY'S "RASCAL" In Technicolor KIDS ADMISSION THIS ATTRACTION 50c SUNDAY AND MONDAY Tonight and Sunday Tonight at and ADULT Showing Sunday at p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SiamnS Michael Caine Omar Sharif Florinda Bolkan Nigel Davenport Per Osearsson Coming D. H. Lawrence's 'Women in Love' PARAMOUNT 4th AVE B 8th ST 327 5100 Today thru Wed. At and p.m. ADULT Not Suitable For Children Plaza suite.Through its portals pass the world's most mixed-up JIAZA SUITE lilJAUREEHSTAPLETON JARBARflljARRIS lEEgRAMT APinmtiiilPittiri No Show Sunday Monday at and p.m. One Show Sunday at p.m. You are looking at the face of a Villain. Richard Burton By the time he's ready to kill you itls an act of mercy. ;