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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Stones tone down concert numbers PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Rolling Stones have toned down their personal appearance rou- tine in an effort to avoid creat- ing audience chaos, a spokes- man for the hard-driving British rock band says. The Stones, who have teen dogged by trouble during their current North American tour, performed to a generally mild audience of rock fans here. Police said 24 persons were taken into custody inside and outside the Spectrum, where the concert was held, but only four were arrested. Of the four, two were charged with minor nar- cotics counts and two for carry- ing concealed weapons. No one was taken into custody trying to crash the hall, as has been the case in other cities. One youth, however, was dis- covered carrying a 10-inch hunt- ing knife, police said. He was arrested for carrying a COD' cealed deadly weapon. Gary Stromberg, public rela lions manager for the Stones, told reporters before the concerl that certain songs are being dropped by the group because the numbers arc too volatile. Waters recede MANILA (AP) Flood wa- ters in the northern Philippines began to recede in several areas including Manila today, leaving thousands of needy refu- gees, millions of dollars worth of damage and at least 208 dead. Government leaders were fearful of more rains arrJ were trying to put together an eftec live rescue and relief effort. The rains have fallen in record amounts since Monday but tapered off today. PUIIIPC People Who Take Time to Build The rnlLlrj BrinB you the finest in Slereo Compon- ents now available at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 T TT-V-V-V-V-V-V LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Whoop-Up Entertainment In The Clubrooms TONITE SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS D GUESTS A SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "KOTCH" In color. Starring Waller Matthau and Jack Lemmon. Saturday, July 22. Shows at aid p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE RED TENT" In color. Starring Sean Conncry, Claudia Cardinale, Hnrdy Kruger and Peter Finch. Saturday, July 22. Show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "FLAP" In Technicolor. Starring Anthony Quinn. Sat- urday and Sunday, July 22 and 23. Show time each night p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "LADY AND THE TRAMP" In Techni- color. Its' the happiest canine cartoon of all! Saturday, July 22. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE HIRED HAND" In color. Stan-ing Peter Fonda and Warren Dates. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, July 22, 24 and 25. Saturday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Special Double Feature Horror Program Sunday, July 23 at p.m. "COUNT YOHGA, VAMPIRE" In color. Plus "RETURN OF COUNT YORGA" In color. Adult You and church. Every time you see someone as perfect as God made him, every lime you dis- solve a friend's fear with love, you are a living example of church. Church means reaching out with compassion to all mankind. It is working to see God's goodness realized In everyone's life-proving His power to heal any problem. It Is something you can practice every day. We Invite you to learn more about what church Is, and to hear a simple Christian service. Won't you come? CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH SERVICE Sunday School a.m. Testimony Meeting. Wedneiday p.m. Reading Room: Opon Noon p.m. Tuei.r Thuri., Sat. 1203 4th Avenue South 4 4 Galloping Gourmet sets sail TORONTO (CP) Graham Kerr, television's popular Gal- loping Gourmet, has derided to perform from now on for an audience of wife Treena. Kerr, arriving back in To- ronto after a four-month cruise of the Mediterranian aboard his 71-foot yacht, said yesterday he and his wife will spend the next four years sailing around the world. "TV is dehumanizing if you keep it up too said the 38-year-old star of the popular Wl" 5pend 'he next four yeari fqllmg around th' syndicated cooking series in an interview. "You can't look into a camera lens forever unless you're an egomaniac." During the last month before IG and his wife set sail in April, Kerr filmed more than 100 shows. He ended up with a total of. 585 segments. His yearly income will be about from investments and reruns of hi? show until GALLOPING DAYS OVER Graham Kerr, 38, tele- vision's Galloping Gourmet, has decided to quit television. Kerr, arriving buck in Toronto after a four-month cruise of the Mediterranian Sea, taid he and hit wife, Treena, 1974. Nixon's wages plan killed WASHINGTON (AP) The locate rejected here 47 to 46 President Nixon's proposal that .he ?l.GO-an-hour minimum wage be raised to rather than the S2.20 supported by Demo- crats. The defeated Republican sub- stitute for the Democratic bill also would have eliminated >rovisions extending coverage if the wages-and-hours law to 8.4 million new workers. Senator George McGoveni, h e Democratic presidential nominee, flew back to Washing- on from South Dakota to vote against the Nixon measure. His iresence contributed to the >ne-vote margin. Even though the substitute was rejected, senators opposed o various sections of tie bill tlanned to offer individual imendments. Oddities in the News MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) A city judge appears to have devised a new method of sentencing persons convicted of knifing day in jail for each stitch used, in patching up the victim. "How many stitches did the cut Judge James Evans asked the victim in a recent knifing incident. When the victim said 39 stitches teneed the convicted party to 39 days in the city jail. Evans later imposed an eight-day sentence on a man whose victim required eight stitches. Exits sealed to prevent hijackin NEW YORK (Reuter) Pan American World Airways be- came yesterday the sixth U.S airline to seal Ihe rear exits o: its Boeing 727 jets to prevent their use by parachuting hi- jackers. Five other airlines have sealed the doors, which are favorite with hijackers be- cause the rear stairways per- mit them to bail out without too much danger. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. If no bingo callfd after 58 not., we will continui for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AttOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS WHOOP-UP DAYS ENTERTAINMENT Tonight Saturday LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 51 Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 55 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 All GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card SI.QQ All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Childrin Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guesli Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilitiei 'LOS ANGELES (AP) The bumper that Dan Bell de- signed may not be the only one capable of protecting a car Irom a five-mile-an-hour c o 11 i s i o n, but it probably tastes better than the others. Bell, a mechanical engi- neering student, designed the bumper lor an experimental car. The hollow metal bumper is filled with a light, inexpen- sive, easily replaced impact- absorbing material: popcorn. RICHMOND, Va. AP) It took more than a century, but Sam Hill has finally been mugged. The 104-year-old Hill told police here that he was standing in the yard of his home when he was grabbed from behind by a man he did not see. He said a second person took his wallet containing before pushing him to Ihe ground. BOISE, Idaho AP) A prisoner who swallowed two spoon handles a week ago has brush and a tube of tooth- paste. John Lloyd was examined by a physician who confirmed that Lloyd truthfully told his jailers he swallowed the items. Lloyd is in the jail on a rape charge. The doctors said he would recover from the unor- thodox meal. AWARD CONTRACTS OTTAWA (CP) Three fed- eral contracts totalling have been awarded for work .his summer on the Mackenzie and Dempster highways. Uni- ed Helicopters of Calgary, Okanagan Helicopters Ltd. of Vancouver, and Shirley Heli- copters of Edmonton received he contracts. Today's Sliowtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjccts- "Biscuit Eater" Last Complete Sunday Start Subjects "Biscuit Eater" PARAMOUNT CINEMA Salnrday Short "Every Little Crook and Nanny" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Everey lillle Crook and Nanny" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "What's Up Doe'1 Last Complete Show Snnday Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday and Similny "The Hospital" "What's The Matter With Helen" One Complete Show Saturday, July 11, W5 THE LETHBRIDGE HF'.AID 7 Allied Arts Summer Program BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE COURSE; BATIK PHOTOGRAPHY CREATIVE CRAFTS GROUP GUITAR HOME DECORATING CRAFTS Cost Per AGES DATES 13 and up July 24 28 1.1 and up July 24 Aug. 4 6 13 July 24 Aug. 4 15 and up July 24 Aug. 4 13 and up July 31 Aug. 11 p.m. Registrations accepted up to Clan Tlmi PHONE 327-2813 TIMES p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Doubt cast on movie LONDON fCP) As the movie Young Winston opens here after a one-year publicity buildup, a discovery in a sec- ondhand bookshop has cast doubt on the truth of some e p i E o d e s in Sir Winston Churchill's autobiography My Early Life, on which the film is based. The movie, starring un- known actor Simon Ward in the title role, was shown Thursday night at a gala pre- mier attended by Sir Win- ston's widow and 29 other members of the Churchill family. The film has had mixed but generally favorable reviews and is expected to prove a box-office hit. But the story now has emerged that in a copy of My Early Life bought for a few shillings in a Surrey book- shop, purchaser Jolm Godber found extensive critical notes pencilled in the margins by the late Gen. Sir Hubert Gough, who also signed the flyleaf. The handwriting was corroborated by experts. a First World Wai- corps commander and head of Britain's Home Guard in the Second World War, was present at many of the mili- tary events Churchill de- scribed in India and South Af- rica at the. end of the 19th century. Walsh boy dragged to death WALSH (CP) Blain Ken- neth Beicrbach, 15, has been dragged to death by a horse on a farm near this southeast- ern Alberta community cast of Medicine Hat. Police said Blain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beierbach of Walsh, was leading the horse with a rope tied around h 1 s waist when the horse bolted. PICKS PEACE THEME VATICAN CITY (AP) Tho theme "Peace is Possible" has been chosen by Pope Paul for Ihe celebration of the sixth World Day of Peace on Jan. 1, 1373. In his a n n o t a I i o n s, he brands Churchill's version of the relief of Ladysmith in the Boer War as "a totally inac- curate account and pure fabri- cation." Gough himself rode at the head of the Ladysmith relief column. Against Churchill's account of another Boer War battle, Venter's Spruil, in which the author recorded a dramatic British advance and a "storm of bullets" from the Boer de- fenders, Gough comments: "Gross exaggeration. There was practically no resistance. Gough also criticizes one o[ the episodes on the northwest frontier of India, where Churchill took part In a puni- tive expedition against the Af- ridis in 1897. Cough's oun autobiography, Soldiering On, was published in 1954 but included no criti- c i s m of Churchill's book. Churchill at that time was Conservative prime minister. Gough died aged 93 in 1963. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridoo CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Gerald Baker Earl Collins-John Tennanl Frank Mike Schmidl Day Jack Bunnina GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. MONDAY and TUESDAY SINE McBIDI at200MPH! IE MOB" ADULT SECOND FEATURE JWIES STEWART HENRV FONDA STARTS MONDAY 2 SHOWS 7 and p.m. BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR REQUEST A LOVE STORY OF THE YOUNG FOR THE YOUNG A Robert Mulligan Production TECHWCOLWH N Formerly "Restricted Adult" low Re-Classified "Adult Not Suitable For Children" KIDS MATINEE 50c EVENINGS 75c SUNDAY AT AND P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT TODAY and SUN. SHOWING TONIGHT AT AND P.M. ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT vf ft 8ih ST 3275100 TONIGHT thru MOW. Tonight at and p.m. S-- LYNN REDGRAVE VIC10R MATURE SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY FAMILY SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY COLLEGE NOW SHOWING at ond p.m. SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT and SUN. GREEN ACRES Open 9 p.m. One Complete Show (it p.m. GEORGE C.SCOTT :THE HOSPITAL- United UrtnTHi 1 HIT NO. 2 THE MATTER WITH HELEN" ________InColor-DESBlE REYNOtDS ;