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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tapes makers sing blues over losses to 'pirates' WASHINGTON (AP) - The makers of musical tapes are singing the blues over an estimated yearly loss of $150 million to "pirates" who duplicate their top hits. Recording industry spokesmen told Congress today the unauthorized duplication is siphoning more than a quarter of their tape sales and rapidly scuttling the $428-milIion business. They asked the House of Representatives to approve a bill, already approved in the Senate, extending copyright protection to tapes and phonograph records. Duplicated tapes and catalogues of hundreds of titles offered by the pirates, including hits by The Beatles, Bobby Dylan, The Jefferson Airplane and other top performers were shown to the subcommittee. The pirated tapes generally sell for about half the $6.95 retail cost of the legitimate product, said Jack Grossman, president of the National Association of Record Merchandizers in prepared testimony. PROVIDES CARE PINCHER CREEK (HNS) -A summary of utilization of the Pincher Creek hospital during 1970 showed the following percentage of usage by Indian patients: twenty nine per cent of admissions and patient days; 15 per cent of surgical admissions and surgical patient days and 11 per cent of out-patients, FISH 'N CHIPS SPECIAL FRIDAY ONLY 75" 65" 3 PIECES OF FISH Reg. 95c........................... 2 PIECES OF FISH Reg. 75c ........................... PHONE 328-4858 FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS Tqstee Freez 722 23rd ST. N. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "ANNE OP THE THOUSAND DAYS" - In color. Starring Richard Burton and Genevieve Bujold. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 10,11 and 12. Thursday show at 8:15 p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "AIRPORT" - In Technicolor. Starring Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Seberg, George Kennedy and Helen Hayes. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 10, 11, 12 and 13. Thursday show at 7:30 p.m. Adult (Children Under 16 Admitted With Guardian). PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "AIRPORT" - In color. Starring Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Seberg, Lloyd Nolan and Helen Hayes. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 10, 11, 12 and 13. Thursday show at 8:00 p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre "CATCH 22" - In Technicolor. Starring Alan Arkin, Orson Welles, Jon Voight and Paula Prentiss. Thursday, June 10. Show at 8:15 p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER - Tower Theatre "WATERLOO" - In color. Starring Christopher Plummer and Rod Steiger. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 10, 11 and 12. Thursday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult Gel mora out of life - Tak* th* family to o movli American dream shifts to Canada POLICEMAN AND ADMIRERS - Jeanette Flater, 4, and brother Chuckie, 2, clutch fingers of towering Ben Piper, member of a visiting police band from Port Angeles, Wash. Banff formula goes to Ottawa BANFT, Alta. (CP) - The Banff Advisory Council has proposed a formula for settling its lease and administrative problems The plan, to be sent to Ottawa, calls for a municipal tax levy based on provincial land assessments and improvements to property leased in the national park townsite. Funds derived would be used to pay for services which residents want to control locally. The council advocates a continuation of "nominal rents" to the department of northern development to pay for services YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE lArtf'C RADIO and TV JAV.lV 3 302 13th Sr. N. THE ROLEX SUBMARINER BATE CHRONOMETER. It takB3 MMmjugms, gicaf stainless �tMl,f^y|Mpffi�l>* om. 162 painstakati, MMm operations go into d8WlopingtJtoi�HH�saam-ioss Oyster C�sfl and t&tTwiftloek Winding Crown that the case rather like  (And what could be more w< Then there's the Holt* �*<�� movement. Hand-tuned*rot&r. sell-winding. Rightly ceiled PtrpBtWtt. This movement undRifoes titum <�� nights of pttftislffeg f*�t*Jgl Institute tor Chrnwmeter ty^llMWi and only then, do& it eawtlMkeftti*-guishnd title of ChrMonMtf/TMIh'* when you get to see it. At Peoples Credit Jewellers. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL - 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 am. lo 1p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 327-1303 the federal government wants to control directly. The plan is needed, council says, because of Banff's status as a settlement within a national park. The council has no taxing powers and the only taxing authority is the school board which can only levy taxes for schools and a public pleating-curling rink. The town's 3,500 residents are unhappy with having their community services controlled by Ottawa, even though the department has set up a regional office in Calgary. Council says the formula does not bring full autonomy to the townsite. "But it leaves the door open for full autonomy if that is seen to be valuable later," said council chairman George Leroy. Bond extended for Reveen VANCOUVER (CP) - Bond of $7,500 was continued here in British Columbia Supreme Court for hypnotist Peter Reveen, who spent a night in custody last month under the arrest and imprisonment for debt act Under the terms of the extension Reveen is free to leave Canada but must appear in court Dec. 13 after which he Is bound to remain in B.C. from that date until he is again given leave to travel by the court. An application for the extension was made on behalf of Reveen, who said he needed to travel in order to make money so he could pay off debts. He was arrested May 27 after Kurt Theodore Bonnes of Port Coquitlam, B.C. told the court Reveen owed him $7,500 and said there was reason to believe Reveen was about to leave B.C. aJhls tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is just one of 18 quality g Zenith hearing aids^ One of them might be just right for you. At no obligation, test-hear a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenith hearinge aids are priced from $85 e the quality goes In before the name goeion. Mill w bring in this couporTloTlcee copy" M Zenith'i "Sound t Hearint" Booklet. LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Blda. LETHBRIDGE address l� -- - - STAU Z"�j NEW YORK (AP) - CBS's 60 Minutes wound up its season of excellent programs with a look at the current immigration, at the rate of about 25,000 a year, from the United States to Canada. The immigrants are middle-class families moving north to escape crowded cities and schools, noise, pollution, violence and high taxes. Those interviewed talked of Canada's "easier pace," "quality of life," lack of racial discrimination and business opportunities. Morley Safer, doing the commentary, is a Canadian originally from Toronto who said he came to the United States in the Soap companies Launch suite INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) -The soup and detergent industry has launched an all-out assault on the first state law banning the use in detergents of virtually all phosphates, which scientists say cause the ecological death of lakes and streams. Proctor and Gamble Co. of Cincinnati and the Soap and Detergent Association filed separate suits here in U.S. district court seeking injunctions against Indiana's law restricting phosphates. The New York-based Soap and Detergent Association is composed of 115 companies which produce more than 90 per cent of soap and detergents in the United States. The law sets a limit of 12 per cent phosphate effective Jan, 1, 1972, and three per cent Jan. 1, 1973. The soap and detergent Indus try has filed simitar suits in Chicago, Detroit and Akron, Ohio, where laws restricting phosphate have been approved, THE MEANING Year comes from a Latin word meaning "to go." days when it was believed that "the Amedican dream" was to be realized south of the border. The program Tuesday night also took a brief and somewhat alarming look at the operation of private pension funds in the United States. Mike Wallace quoted a recent U.S. Senate study which found that some 10 million perse may never receive money from pension funds into which they have put money. The principal reason, he said, is that pension "credits" are lost when an employee changes jobs. He must start making new credits with his new job. An estimated $130 billion Is tied up in private pension funds and more than 30,000 of them are on file with the government. Many are handled well, but some are grossly mismanaged, by unions and by corporations, Wallace said. When a large manufactuder of automobiles went out of business five years ago, many younger employees received nothing from the fund Few workers, Wallace said bother to find out what their pension plan provides. NEW YORK (AP) - Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.! said yesterday it won a battle for control of the company against a group of insurgents. The company said that 61.6 per cent of the shares voted, or 3.9 million shares, supported management nominees. The announcement was made at a continuation of the company's annual meeting, which had been adjourned May 18 In Wilmington, Del., pending tabulation of the proxy vote. The insurgents, known as the Twentieth Century-Fox Stockholders Protective Committee, had cited the company's loss of Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects - 7:00, 9:15 "Cold Turkey" 7:45, 9:55 Last Complete Show - 9:15 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects - 8:00 "Patton" 8:10 Last Complete Show - 8:00 COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects - 7:10, 9:15 , "Pretty Maids in e Bow" 7:45, 9:50 Last Complete Show - 9:15 GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Undefeated" - 8:46 "Secret World" -11:05 One Complete Snow - 8:45 Thursday, June 10, 1971 - THff LETHBRIDGE HERALD - 7 Fox wins control battle $114.1 million over the last two years as one of the chief reasons why Fox management should be turned out In recent months, Fox's top management has undergone a major restructuring. Richard D. Zanuck, son of long-time Fox Chairman Darryl F. Zanurjc, was ousted as president last December. Subsequently, Darryl Zanuck relinquished his position as chief executive, a post which currently remains empty. One day prior to the annual meeting last month, he resigned as chairman. Dennis C. Stanfill, 44, Is the company's president. COLLEGE CINfMA T0NITE and FRIDAY at 7:00  9:10 p.m. POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS VETR0G01OWYNMAYER PRESENTS RESTRICTED Rietty Maids all in a row StMTintrfflCX HUDSON ANGIE DICKINSON 'TELLY SAVAUS PARAMOUNT T0NITE and FRIDAY at 7:00 and 9:15 p.m. POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS ADULT - NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN VASA LODGE DANCE SCANDINAVIAN HALL Saturday, June 12th 9 P.M. TO 1 A.M. Lunch following dance Music by "GOLD DOTS" Members and Invited Guests! MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHT "JUST US" AND APPEARING NIGHTLY IN OUR  LOUNGE - "COUNTRY COMFORT*  TAVERN - "UNION JACK" Admiuien $1.23 (Sid* Entrant*) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE AAOTOttHOTgl PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Thursday, Jun* 10th- Public Swim................... 3:00-5:30 p.m. Friday, Jun* 11th- NOON HOUR SWIM ............ 12:00-1:00 p.m. Public Swim ................... 1:00-5:00 p.m. Public Swim ----................ 7:00-9:00 p.m. Saturday, Jun* 12th- Public Swim ................... 2:30-5:30 p.m. Sunday, Jun* 13th- Public Swim ................... 1:00-5:00 p.m. Family Swim .................. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Monday, Jun* 14th- NOON HOUR SWIM ............ 12:00-1:00 p.m; Public Swim � ................... 1:00-4:00 p.m. LIONS POOL Thursday, Jun* 10th- Public Swim ................... 1:00-8:00 p.m. Friday, Jun* 11th- Public Swim ................... 1:00-8:00 p.m. Saturday, Jun* 12th- Public Swim................... 12:00-8:00 p.m. Sunday, Jun* 13th- Public Swim ................... 1.00-8:00 p.m. Monday, Jun* 14th- Publie Swim ................... 1:00-9:00 p.m. HENDERSON POOL Thursday, Jun* 10th- Public Swim ................... 1:00-8:00 p.m. Friday, Jun* 11th- Publie Swim................... 1:00-8:00 p.m. Saturday, Jun* 12th- Public Swim ................... 12:00-8:00 p.m. Sunday, Jun* 13th- Public Swim ................... 1:00-8:00 p.m. Monday, Jun* 14th- Public Swim ................... 10:00-8:00 p.m. NOTE: Th* 1971 Summtr Family Swimming Pass is now on sal* at all of th* above pools, during FUILIC SWIMMING HOURS. Th* pass is valued at $25.00 and* will admit th* entire family to all public swimming sessions at any of th* abov* pools from th* dot* of purchase until September IS, 1971. COLD TURKEY DICK VAN DYKE "COLOTURKEY" COLOR:.'-..-' United Artists THE RATTLE OP THE BUTT! SEE THE CHALLENGE TO QUIT SMOKINO STARTS SATURDAY *"Mad Dogs and Englishmen'1 IN COLOR with JOI COCKER P/&AM0UOT NOW SHOWING EVENINGS at 8 p.m. only MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. narroM Winner -7 � Academy Awards. Including Best Picture Best Actor GEORGE C. SCOTT CtlNIYIEUtt* asuit (ntcrtainmChv EVENINGS DAILY AT 8 P.M. ONLY MATINEE SAT. ONLY AT 2 P.M. G..�.�.$ DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH - COUTTS HIGHWAY | LAST TIME TONIGHT | 'The Undefeated" "Secret World" IN COLOR IN COLOR JOHN WAYNE JACQUELINE BISSET ROCK HUDSON PIERRE ZIMMER J FRIDAY, SAT., and SUNDAY | chamm HAwntsy mmmimttmmmmmm Jn COLOR mmjAcsjuai | COMPANION FEATURE | Gates at 8:15 p.m. Shaw at �:45 p.m. FAMILY nCHNICOUR^TECHNISCOPE* GORDON EASTMAN ;