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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Earnings Down 25 Per Cent TORONTO (CP) Southam Press Ltd. announced today that second-quarter net earnings wore down 25.5 per cent from the corresponding period of despite higher revenues. The company president, St. Clair Balfour, said in a state- ment; to shareholders that a tlvree-month strike at Pacific IN CALGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONtY ONCEI 9 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suite Free TV and Ice Dial Phones in all units 9 Minutes from Shopping Centre- Stampede Grounds Moderate Rates Phone 243-4551 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL Press Ltd1, and a work stoppage at the Ottawa Citizen were fac- tors in the decline. Southam has a 50-per-ccnt in- terest in Pacific Press Ltd. which publishes the Vancouver Sun and Vancouver Province. 21 Unidentified In Crash Cheek MONTREAL (CP) Dr. II. B. Cotnam, supervising coroner For Ontario, announced Friday Jiat no further identification is possible of 19 victims of the crash in Toronto July 5 of an Air Canada DC-8. Investigators lave positively identified 88 pas- sengers and crew who were tilled in the crash, the airline said an a statement. The re- mains of the unidentified pas- sengers will be buried July 30 in a common cemetery plot in To- ronto. Saturday, July 25, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TV HIGHLIGHTS LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Nos. Game No. I and Game No. 10 50 11 Games Prize Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club roam for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities SATUKDAY MOVIE: Rosic, 7 p.m., Ch, 8: Tlie greedy relatives of a millionaire widow connive to have her declared incom- petent and put away in a rest home. Stars Rosalind Russell. NATURE: Animal World, 8 p.m., Ch. 11: History of the Indian elephant as it is trained for a life of labor. MOVIE: Dunkirk, p.m., Ch. 7: A corporal reluctantly takes command "of a group of British soldiers after their officer has been killed in the 1940 retreat. Stars John Mills. MOVIE: The 10th Victim, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A 1965 Ital- ian science-fiction drama in which Marcello Mastroianni and Ursula Andress seek status and wealth by killing each other off. MOVIE: All At Sea, p.m., Ch. 11: A 1957 Eng- lish drama about Alec Guinness' attempt to.sail the Eng- lish Channel. MOVIE: 32 Paces to Baker Street, p.m., Ch. 7: A blind playwright desperately searches in fog-shrouded1 England for a murderer. Stars Van Johnson and Vera Miles. MOVIE: Orders to Kill, p.m., Ch. 13: An in- telligence agent is ordered to kill a suspected Nazi col- laborator. With Paul Massie and Irene Worth. SUNDAY SPORTS: AAU Track Meet, Noon, Ch. 9: American, Russian and European champions compete in Leningrad. FARM: Country Calendar, p.m., Ch. 7: Examined is the responsibility of Canadian agriculture to underde- veloped nations. SPORTS: National Four-Ball Championship, p.m., Stratford Play Praised, Panned Have You Noticed The Price of Beef Going UpY Did you know that we are still offering steaks at the lowest prices in town? EVERYDAY SPECIALS! 208U? Club Steak Reg Sirloin Steak T-Bone Steak Porterhouse Steak 2" Rib Steak -oz. Reg. 2.95 Our Price 1.75 2.10 2.25 2.50 1.75 ABOVE All SERVED WITH FRENCH FRIES OR MASHED POTATOES, SALAD AND VEGETABLES Hot Cokes and Coffee BRING THE FAMILY Open from 8 o.m. till 8 p.m. daily Closed Sundays and Holidays North Village Restaurant located Just East of the New Safeway 425 I3lh St. N. STRATFORD, (CP) Most critics found something to commend in the Stratford Festi- val production of Arnold Wes- ker's Ths Friends which had its North American premiere at the festival's Avon Theatre. The play, set in present-day London, focuses on friends faced with the closing of the business that brought and held them together and the death of their spiritual leader, played by Kate Reid. Jacob Siskind of the Montreal Gazette finds tlis play itself "very close to being a but praises the Stratford com- pany for production values that "are among the most imposing at Stratford this year." Zelda Heller of the Montreal Star complains that "even Kate Reid cannot bring any per- sonality to her but says that "Kurt Reis has directed the work with clarity anct sobriety." SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "MAROONED" in Eastman color, starring Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna and David Janssen. Saturday, July 25. Shows at and p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's "101 DALMATIONS" in technicolor. Animat- ed treat for the whole family. Saturday, July 25. Shows ,at and p.m. Family. Children 50c. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE CHRISTMAS TREE" in color, starring William Holden, Virna LiSi and Bouril. Saturday, July 25. Show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "NEVER A DULL MOMENT" in technicolor, starring Dick Van Dyke and Dorothy Provine. Saturday and Sunday, July 25 and 26. Shows each night at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WHERE EAGLES DARE" in color, starring Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood and Mary Ure. Saturday July 25. Shows at p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln "STRANGER IN 'TOWN" in color, starring Tony Anthony Plus selected shorts. Saturday, July 25. Show starts at dusk. TABER Tower Theatre "HOW TO COMMIT MARRIAGE" in color, starring Jackie Gleason, Bob Hope and Jane Wyman. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, July 25, 27 and 28. Saturday shows at and p.m. Family. Gol moro on! of life Taka Ihe family to o movie Coca Cola President Shocked WASHINGTON (AP) The president of Coca-Cola told a Se- nate investigating subcommittee here he is shocked by the de- plorable conditions facing mi- grant farm workers, includingg, Ms firm's own workers in Flor- ida. J. Paul Austin told subcom- mittee chairman Walter Mon- dale (Dem. Minn.) that he agrees with most of the conclu- sions in an NBC television docu- mentary on migrants last week. He denied he applied pressure on the TV network to include some mention of Coca-Cola's plans to improve wage scales and working conditions of its own employees. Austin proposed that either congress or the president create a national alliance of agri-busi- nessmen, similar to the Na- tional Alliance of Businessmen which works in partnership with the government to train and hire the disadvanraged in large cities. He said the attention of corporations acting in agricul- ture should be focused on train- ing and employment with "dign- ity and with fair wages" of the migrant workers. I Austin also said he hopes Coca-Cola's example in Florida of attempting to make year- around employees of the farm workers will stir other f irms to do the same. He said J. Lucian president of the Foods Division of Coca-Cola, already has discussed such upgrading with other Florida growers. In answer to a question from Mondale, Smith said the foods division earned last year from sales of Minute Maid and Snow Crop orange juice. He said Coca-Cola raises only one- third of its own oranges and buys the rest from other Florida growers. Mondale, saying "there's money to be made off said he thinks union affiliation is the quickest solution for the workers. Austin said union affil- iation itself won't cure the pov- Herbert Whillaker of the To- ronto Globe and Mail describes the production as "worrisome" but has praise for Peter Wind- gate's set and for actress Do- loies Button, "who produces the most complete charcterization." Audrey M. Ashley of the Ot- tawa Cu'zen commends Reis for making "the most of what h'ttle stagecraft the author has al- lowed for" and his cast for their competence and "valiant ef- fort." PRAISE CAST Both E. H. Lampard of the St. Catharines Standard and Lawr- ence DeVine of the Detroit Free Press pay tribute to Miss Reid, William Needles and Miss Sut- ton for their performances, while DuBarry Campau of the Toronto Telegram says Miss Button and Salem Ludwig "are the two finest gifts this- season has brought to the festival." Stewart Brown of the Hamil- ton Spectator describes the pro- duction as "static and tmtheatri- but says it has "a number of commendable performances !rom an adept cast." Two reviewers sharply criti- cal of the production are Don Braid of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and Anthony Bannon Of the Buffalo Evening News. Mr. Braid says: "As staged by Kurt Reis the play is a masterpiece of not bringing characters alive, not creating dramatic tension and not developing a sense of pur- pose." Mr. Bannon faults director and cast for being "unable to rein the play in." Toddy's Showtirries PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Hello Dolly" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA "AIRPORT" Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA 'Boatniks" Short Subjects Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Challenge of Robin Hood" ''Undefeated" One complete show Ch. 9: Final-round play in the golf tournament which fea- tures two-man teams, among them Jack Nicklaus and Ar- nold Palmer. DOCUMENTARY: Women Up In Anns, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: United Nations' cameras in Tunisia.look at the legal, if not wholly accepted, emancipation of Moslem women. SPORTS: British Commonwealth Games, 4 p.m., Ch. 7: Highlights of Saturday's and field finals, cycl- ing finals and closing the nine games, from Edinburgh; Scotland. NATURE: Challenging Sea, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: Aqualung examines the history of scuba diving and the development of modern underwater equipment. MOVIE: The Heroes of Tclemark, 8 p.m., Ch. 11: Resistance fighters in Norway attempt to stop the Nazis from developing heavy water, an essential part of A- bombs. Stars Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris. COMEDY: Comedy Tonight, p.m., Ch. 13: A se- ries of comic spoofs, sketches and blackouts, with host George Jessel. DRAMA: Forsyte Saga, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: Soames' Insur- ance company faces financial disaster, while Fleur and Wilfred become more involved. With Eric Porter and Susan Hampshire. PUBAFFAIRS: Fabulous Sixties, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A re- view of 1962, the year of the Cuban missile crisis, Marilyn Monroe's death and James Meredith's registration at the University of Mississippi. DOCUMENTARY: Canada At War, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: The Allies prepare to invade France during late 1943 and early 1944. MOVIE: Strange Affection, p.m., Ch. 7: A youth, neglected by his father, is left in the care of a man who has always wanted a child. Stars Richard Attenborough and Terence Morgan. MONDAY MOVIE: This Island Earth, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A nuclear scientist receives a visitor who is collecting top earth scientists to save his dying planet. With Jeff Morrow. MOVIE: Abbott and Costello Go to Mars, p.m., Ch. 7: The comic team "find themselves the only astro- nauts aboard a spaceship bound for Mars. WHOOP-UP WEEK AT THE A.N.A.F. CLUB Corner 5th Ave, and 6th St. S. Across from Downtown Car Park Open This Week 11 a.m. lo 1 a.m. Tonight Bridge Brass and Rex Baker FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS CHUHt IfcDIlfC IU REEN ACRES UKIVt-IN UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY 1 LAST TIME TONIGHT "The Undefeated" In color John Hudson "Challenge of Robin Hood'7 In color James Hayter PHILIPS COLOR TV JACK'S RADIO TV 302 I3th St. N. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Ulhbridgo ROSS HOSAK, C.P.M. MINUS ONE REGULAR DANCE Saturday, July p.m. POLISH HALL MUSIC BY THE WESTERNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS PHONE 327-1448 MONDAY and TUESDAY Gates at p.m. Show at p.m. PomeR THE LOST PANAVISION' UNIVERSAL Picrum ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ARABELLA7 IN COIOR VIRNA LISI cinema TONIGHT thru THURS. nt p.m. and p.m. POSITIVELY LAST 4 DAYS NOVEL OF THE YEAR-NOW A MOTION PICTURE ADULT AROSS HUNTER n AIRPORT DEAN JEANSEBERG ATTENTION MEMBERS! Loyal Order of the Moose THERE IS NO SOCIAL AND DANCE TONIGHT As advertised this week TODAY THRU THURS. MONDAY THRU THURS. 2 SHOWS DAILY MATINEES P.M. EVENINGS P.M. ATPOPULARPRICES! COMEANTTIHE FORTHETME OFTOOEUfK FAMILY IRISH "in concert" THE HELLO, DOLLY! SE Bamisfra HjiulMImllta ADMISSION PRICES MATINEE-ADULTS LSD-STUDENTS EVENINGS-ADULTS CHILDREN 50e ANYTIME OLLEGE IN EM A COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-6300 TODAY thru THURS. SMALLEST MEMBER The smallest member of the United Nations now is the Mal- Islands, with a population of Keep Mom Out of the Kitchen SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Join Us Every Sunday For Sunday Family Buffet Served in The Dining Room or Coffet Shop 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Choice of juice Hot cakes, Ham, Sausages or Bacon and beverage. Junior Under 12 300 Adults 1.35 FEATURING: Prime Ribs of Alberta Beef, Famous Curried Dishes, Jellied Salads, Rel- ishes and many other taste treats to delight your palate. DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAILY LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. DAILY FEATURING: Prime Rib Smorgasbord ONLY Book Your Christmas Party Now To Avoid Disappointment! Mayor Magrath S. Phorm 327-S701 Ashore or afloat, they're rocking tfie boat I FAMILY KIDS 50c ANYTIME HUBERT MORSE JTEHNIE POWERS PHIL SILVERS SoSiKiFELL mew SHAUOHNESST" wmrCQX m inMJffiHE Continuous Showing to p.m. ;