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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Benny rehearses on his birthday NEW YORK (AP) Benny Goodman proved Thursday that he can smile and play the clari- net at the same time, as he spent the afternoon of his 64th birthday rehearsing with a seven-piece combo. long known as the King of Swing, said that he couldn't think of a better way to spend his birthday than blowing his clarinet. The rehearsal in the Rainbow Grill was for the combo's appearance there through June 16. MADRID (AP) Antonio Ca- gero Sanz, 76, Spain's well- known bullfight painter, died Thursday of a heart attack, his family said. Casero had' displays of his works in Buenos Aires, Ca- racas, Mexico and a number of other Latin American places. Many bullfighting posters were of Casero's paintings. LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- tress Shirley MacLaine said Thursday she was impressed with what she saw in a recent six-week tour of China. She told a news conference that the three things which im- pressed her most were the polit- ical organization of the Chinese people, the lack of emphasis on competition, and the practice of people gathering in small groups to criticize themselves and each other. "We all came to realize that if everyone is politically ori- ented and politically aware, you can get just about anything she said. Miss MacLaine returned from her trip Tuesday. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, June 2 p.m. Music by THE RANCH BOYS MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 3rd ANNIVERSARY BINGO NIGHT 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 48 NOS. in 49 NOS. in 50 NOS. If no bingo called after 50 we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. If no bingo called after 58 we will eonfinu. far NO ONE UNDER 16 TEAKS AllOWIOl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and JNV1TED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY TONITE SATURDAY, JUNE 2 "SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS" LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot n 53 Game No. 1 50 10 Games Blackout in 55 Numbers 11 Games Prize 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Bingo will also be played in club room for and thtir invited gutttt Music Friday and Saturday Banquet faclfitmt Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. ___Nearly everyone has had with an unsatis- factory product or service, but how many people actually know how to go about getting the problem corrected? If you don't know how, we suggest you clip out this article and keep it in a handy location for rtferanee. WHAT TO DO STEP ONE To insure you get the best valua from products or services: a) Shop Carefully b) Know what you expect with the product or service c) Know what you are buying BE A WISE CONSUMER: PROTECT YOURSELF1 STEP TWO If the product or the service causes a problem: Get the FACTS straight, write them down list: a) name of the unsatisfactory product or ser- vice b) address of the seller c) date of purchase d) name of the supplier e) specific details about what's wrong AND GO TO THE DEALER WHO SOLD YOU THE PRODUCT OR SERVICE If he can't or won't help you: a) Write to the head office of the ajent or manufacturer of the product or service, OR Write to us: CONSUMER INVESTIGATION AMD AID 542-7ih Street South Lsthbridge, Alberta 328-97 IS Saturday, June 2, W3 THE UTHBRIDOI HERALD 7 Teletype for the deaf A teletype.machine Is installed in Edmonton's police station to be linked up with similar models in the homes of many of the city's deaf persons who no longer will be isolated by silence in an emergency. Examining the installations are, from left. Const. Ron Austin, George Pody, chairman of the Edmonton Association of the Deaf, and Chief Fred Sloane. Mark tells love story BERGEN, West Germany (Renter) Lieut. Mark Phil- lips, whose engagement to Prin- cess Anne was anounced Tues- day, said Thursday he hoped the princess would follow him "wherever the army takes me." The British officer spoke with Featured THIS WEEK at the VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE 'MARTY MONTGOMERY7 TO ENTERTAIN YOU EVERYBODY LOVES A CIRCUS! MONDAY and TUESDAY JUNE 4th and 5th Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds 2 SHOWS DAILY AND P.M. ADULTS CHILDREN 1.00 LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY "ACME MUSIC1' Members and their guests onlyl 'reporters on his return to his troop of the Queen's Dragoon Guards tank regiment in West Germany. Leaning on his Chieftain tank, Phiffips said: "At first it was friendship with Princess Anne. But then our relationship grew into what it is today." He scoffed at a reporter's suggestion that he had proposed to the princess bending on one knee, but declined to go into de- tails of how he poped the ques- tion. Asked what the major diffi- culties during courtship with the princess had been, he re- plied: "The press. They fol- lowed us like a load of de- mented hounds. "But when two people want to get together, they find ways of doing so." Phillips, 24, is one of about 40 officers in command of 600 men here. Phillips, assigned here last January, said he had kept in touch with Princess Anne by letter and telephone and keeps photographs of her in his quar- ters. He said they would have a quiet honeymoon after their wedding in mid-November. Asked about his future, he said: "I shall stay in the army for the foreseeable future. I enjoy the life of the regiment and just want to do a good job." SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WHERE DOES IT In Eastman Color. Starring Peter Sellers and Joanne Pflug. Saturday, June 2 shows at and p.m. Suitable for Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "ELVIS ON TOUR" In color] Starring Elvis Presley. Saturday, June 2 shows at and p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox [Theatre "A FISTFUL OF DYNAMITED-I In color. Starring Rod Sieiger, James Coburn and pomelo Valli. Saturday; June 2 shows at and p.m. Suitable for Children. Sunday, June 3 at p.m. "THE REIV- color. Starring SteveiMcQueen. Suit- able for Children. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "SUPPORT YOUR, LOCAL color. Starring James Gamer. Plus added short-subjects. Saturday, June 2 show starts at p.m. TABER Tower Theatre "WHERE DOES IT Eastman Color. Starring Peter Sellers and Joanne Pflug. Saturday, June 2 shows at and p.m. Su'table far Children. Starts Sunday, June 3 color. Star- ring Richard Burton and Raquel Welch. Sunday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday "Man of La Mancha" Two Complete Shows No Short Subjects Family Sunday "Man of La Mancha" One Complete Show No Short Subjects Family One Complete Show 815 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Nelson Affair" Last Complete Show Sunday "Nelson Affair" One Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects 'Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean" Last Complete Show Sunday Short 'Subjects "Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean" One Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday 'Nicholas and Alexandra" One Complete Show Adult Sunday 'Great Northfield Minnesota Raid" 'Coogans Bluff" One Complete Show CTV films lodged for posterity By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) CTV net- work's television coverage of Pierre Elliott Trudeau's flower- power rise to power and Robert Stanfield's fondness for bananas is being lodged for posterity in the Public Archives of Canada. Murray Chercover, president of CTV Television Network Ltd., and Wilfrid Smith, domin- ion archivist, signed an agree- ment Thursday to make the ar- chives the custodians of the net- work's historic films and tapes. Dr. Smith said it was the first time any national archives had reached such an agreement with any television network anywhere in the world. Mr. Chercover said all net- work news and public affairs films and tapes, as well as of CTV-originated entertainment, will be made available to the archives on a continuing basis. COVER CONVENTIONS Among the films and video recording tapes are those cov- ering the Liberal and Con- servative party leadership con- ventions of 1967 and 1968, when Mr. Trudeau won the Liberal leadership with his appeal to youth, and Mr. Stanfield ate a banana during convention vot- ing for his leadership victory. Dr. Smith said he hopes other CBC as well as private stations affiliated with sign similar agrements. Mr. Chercover said in an In- terview that CTV's files are a mine of information on Can- ada's social and economic de- velopment since 1961, when CTV began. Some of the material will be lodged in the archives on a re- stricted basis, not to be used for a specific period of time. Most, however, will be avail- able for public reference, exhi- bition, consultation and copying. Plane found FORT McMURRAY, Alta. (CP) A Cessna 206 aircraft, reported missing Thursday on a 450-mile flight from Thompson, Man., to this norfh-eastern Al- berta community, was found Friday on a small lake 30 miles north of here. Art Brazda, pilot of the Cess- na, made radio contact with an over-flying aircraft. He said fog forced Mm to land on the lake Thursday afternoon, he and an unidentified passenger had had a good sleep and would resume the flight when the weather cleared. Classic paintings booked for tour By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) Two sam- plings from the Montreal Mu- seum of Fine Arts' collection of classic paintings will be put on tour by the National Gallery for the next two years. The first, including works by Rembrandt, Goya, Greuze and Tiepolp, will be shown at the new civic museum in Moncton, N.B., starting June 28, and later travel through the Atlantic Provinces and as far west as Vancouver. The second, now being se- lected, will open in Victoria in July and travel through the western provinces, reaching the Maritimes in two years time. The second Montreal collec- tion will open in Victoria July 17 and later travel to Calgary, possibly Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Stratford, Sherbrooke, Que., and probably St. Cath- arines, Kingston, Halifax, St. John's, and Fredericton. The Montreal gallery has an- nounced that 12 of its Canadian paintings have been loaned for two years to the Art Gallery of Ontario. DIETRICH DENTURE CLiNiC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE Polish Hall-8th Ave. end 13ih St. N. Saturday, June 2nd 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music By Tha "LONGACRES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS DANCE Sat., June 2, 9 p.m. to 1 am, SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12th STREET C NORTH Music by THE SWING KINGS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY! LAST TIMES TONiTE green acres (l H' MC drive-in Mayor MsraBi Dr. S. Coum Hwy, 327-1100 'NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA' In Color One Complete Show at p.m. I SUNDAY AND MONDAY The West the way it really was! CLIFF "ADULT THE GREAT NORTHFIELD, MINNESOTA RAID "Coogan's Bluff FAMILY paramount Mi St Am. Sooth. 3Z7-S1M Ton'rte thru Tues. Showing Sunday at p.m. only laMancha Peter Sophia OToola Loren Admiral Nelson and his Lady Hamilton...and the love that defied the world! AHMAHtUSPnAlcnw cicnda Jackson rcter Finch "The Nelson Affair'1 rti A Michael luar j A Universal SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema St. S- 4th Ave South, 377-5100 NOW SHOWING p.m.____ ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN college cinema MtffOf UtflKh Or, 328-6300 NOW SHOWING AT P.M. A National General Pictures Release V SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY Centre Village CARNIVAL DAYS Coming Mon. Sat., June 4th thru 9th Featuring McKay International Shows OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9 RIDES FOR ALL AGES GIANT MIDWAY GAMES POPCORN CANDY FLOSS CANDY APPLES ALL ON THE PARKING LOT. SHOP THE CENTRE VILLAGE MERCHANTS FOR SPECIAL CARNIVAL OF VALUES! ;