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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta July If, ffll HTHMIDOI MUI0 7 Concert master named NEW YORK (Reuter) The New York Philharmonic has named Eliot Cbapo, 2Z, as con- ceit mutter, the orchestra an- nounced Monday. The Miami-torn violinist will begin with the Philharmonic next meaner. He will replace Rafael Druian who retires at the end of the 1973-74 season, his 25th anniversary as concert master at various American symphony orchestras.. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Warm December" Last Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Little Cigars" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Fragment of Fear" "Brotherhood of Satin" One Complete Show Adult Million-dollar jackpot Slot machine developer Si Redd, centre, shows off combination of symbols. The machine is more than six his Super Bertha Slot Machine to visitors at his Reno plant. feet tall, 10 feet long and is operated by a five horse- Billed as the world's largest payoff. Super Bertha will power electric motor, pay millon to a bettor who comes up with the right___________________________ _________________________ Crash course in easy living Landlord loves Liberals FAIR WEEK at the LEGION WEDNESDAY Vimy Lounge "Blue" THURSDAY Beaver Room "United Combo" FRIDAY Beaver Room "Moonglows" SATURDAY Cabaret "Moonglows" Vimy Lounge "Chemo" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONlY ENJOY WHOOP-UP DAYS AT THE PARK PLAZA EMBASSY DINING LOUNGE MON.-THURS., 5 p.m.-l a.m. FRI. and SAT. 5 p.m-2 a.m. RETURNING BY POPULAR DEMAND 'HARMONY ROAD1 FEATURING DOWM Ramsey and lee Roy Anderson Recording Artists IMPERIAL LOUNGE OPEN A.M. 12 NOON IN THE FANTASTIC CEASAR'S CELLAR 'KATHY AND THE KOOL-AID KIDS' MONDAY THRU FRIDAY "MOSES" -SATURDAY Cabaret Hours 9 p.m. 2 a.m. Daily MAKE THIS WHOOP-UP DAYS SPECIAL! TAKE IN THE FROIICS OF THE PARK PLAZA OTTAWA (CP) Would you rent an apartment, spend lavishly on redecorating and then move out, leaving the land- lord in a position to collect higher rent? Perrin Beatty says the government operated this way with office space in Ot- tawa. The property has been leased by tine welfare department pen- sion branch since 1968. Before that, the department was the tenant. The 1972 auditor-general's re- port shows the space sat unused for much of 1S71, at a loss of in rental, while the gov- ernment renovated it at a cost of This was three years after it had been renovated ex- tensively to accommodate com- puter equipment. The reason given by the gov- ernment for the 1971 renovation was also the installation of com- puters. ._____ HASN'T SUFFERED "Any way you look at Mr. Beatty, 25, said in an interview Monday night, "the developer hasn't suffered because of gov eminent occupancy." He has called in .the Com- mons for a judicial inquiry into the relationship between A. L Rosenberg of Kitchener, Cat, principal officer of the company that rents the building, the Lib- eral Federation of Canada and Mel Mcmnis, special assistant to Government House Leader Allan MacEachen. Mr. MacEa- chen was health minister when the building was rented by the welfare department in 1968. Energy Minister Donald Mac- donald told (he House Thursday that the defence department, winch moved to another bull- ing in 1867, left its year lease with nearly three i to go. The gova-------- faced with either buying low for space in a new building in the capital. Mr. Beatty's main complain has been that the government has not directly answered his questions as to why Che second set of renovations was needed.- He doubted the second reno- vations were' required to accom- modate new computer bard- ware. He said the alterations have benefited the owners of die Rosenberg and his when the health and welfare lease ex pires, the owners will property that has been made more valuable by public ex penditure. out the tease or finding another tenant The public works department, Twenty thousand fans prove critic off base TORONTO (CP) Can a large crowd of rock music fans be wrong? Toronto free- lance writer Peter Goddard, in his review in the Toronto Star following Jethro TuU's- performance at Maple Leaf Gardens, said: act -was no less exotic, lush and over-ripe than its sound TuU's music was drawn out and in the last anlysis vacu- ous." The fans didn't agree. Nearly of them rose to feet in the hot, smoke- filled arena shouting: "More More when Tull left the stage. Jethro Tull is a group of 'five talented musicians from Britain who have been taking North America by storm, al- most since the band was es- tablished in 1968. A Maple Leaf Gardens spokesman said Jethro Tull -compared with the Rolling Stones and Elton John as their biggest attractions. In Britain, Melody Maker, a mu- sical review, says its readers voted Jethro TuU England's No. 2 group to the Beatles. TOPPED POLLS Ian Anderson, who heads Jethro Tull as its flautist, clown, wit and show- man, and who has made the flute a standard instrument in rock music, has won numer- ous polls and has been fea- tured in many of the world's top publications, including two pages in Life Magazine and the cover story in the pop music paper, Rolling Stone. Martin Barre, on the etec- tric guitar; John Emm, play- ing toe organ and piano, and Jeffrey Hammond on the bass guitar adroitly bolster Ander- son's stage antics. Barriemore Barlow, who re- placed former band member dive Bunker in 1971, com- pletes TuU's company on the college cinema 20Oj AM. a Htfttti Dr, COMING JULY 20 2 SHOWINGS AND P.M. SHOCK SHOWS! RUST TIME HEKI NOT UM OTHtt StAGE SHOWSf ON STAGE This NorQi American tour, if anything like previous tours, wfll be successful. Jethro TuU now is almost cer- tainly one of the biggest- dravring, live attractions where. The 25 concerts on Jethro Tun's last American tour in November 1971 attracted more than people, in- cluding a concert at New York's Madi- son Square Garden, which, was sold out two weeks in adV vance. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SHARK" will rip you apart. In color. Starring Burt Reynolds, Barry Sullivan and Arthur Kennedy. Wednesday, July 18. Show at p.m. Adult. MNCHER CRtEK Fox Theatre "EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW. ABOUT SEX" In color with Woody Allen. Wednesday, July 18. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult TABER Tower Theatre "LIMBO" In color. Wednesday and Thursday, July 18 and 19. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. green acres drive-in LAST TIMES TOMITE 2 FIRST RUN HORROR SHOWS 2 "BROTHERHOOD OF SATAN" IN TECHNICOLOR "FRAGMENT OF FEAR" INTCCHNICCHOR THURS., FRI. and SAT. He has 1OO ways to kill... and they all work! CARLINO CHHRLE5 BRDN5DN ;HAEL WINNER FI "THE MECHHNIC1 Adult Not SuftaUo For Children HH No. 2; "MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIPE" GATES OPEN 9 PJM. ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. PERSON DJl. EVIL AND HIS ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Tonhe and Thurs. At and p.m Tonrte and TOTS. At and ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN WARNING Crude language be obfoctionabla to some. AND SATURDAY usually handles these ar- offered the space' to health and weHare.But, to accommodate the computer, public works negotiated a 000-a-year tease, winch was to include renovations by Mr. Boseriberg and a partner in the braiding. PLUS FIXING The new annual rental repre- sented the old rental plus the cost of renovations amortized over five years, Mr; Macdonald said. This meant the renovations cost five times the that was the difference between the old yearly rental of and the new one of Mr. Macdonald said the new annual rent for the square feet of space works oat to JO a square foot Real es- tate men have described this as TERRORS UNKNOWN MONSTERS GUM GIRLS FROM MUMMY-KING KONG Recognition announced LONDON (AP) Britain tt- nonnced Tuesday formal recog- nitkm of the Communist govern- ment of North Vietnam ana of- fered early negotiations for fbe establishment of fun diplomatic relations. The British action is likely to be followed soon by West Ger- many, which win mem that majority of member countries of the North AHarrtic Treaty Or- ganization (NATO) wfll have recognized the Hanoi regime. _ lite Sukn Hem Tkcatn! lit To KIDS UP TO 14 YRS. All OTHERS 00 PLUS "HIlllBILUES IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE" IN COIOR Family Entertainment THURSDAY I at I00F- Rodeo and Chuckwagon Races July 19 20 21 p.m. bwl in action cavptod with tfio spoed and of and cadi fright at HM Compotiton ffran irtofnaiional tiftvtt win treat yon to Iho Hwifc and of rorfeo. Phono 32S-4491 for taseno Seals BAR of GOLD Draw Nightly KINSMEN CAR AWARD 73 Dodge Dodge Wagon CCM 10 Speed Kkn away daily. THOMAS SHOWS MIDWAY RtDES-GAMfS-SHOVft Pirn for oil Cosino-ftom-2 a.m. fcwr Garden Noon JwonioW Food for you Sports Canada Thomot Mlowwy w) Youth KolridarK Uvetfock Exhibfts Conceniom A Great Show for the Whole Family ;