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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Juno 15, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 I Proposal Concerns Police Chief Royal Visit HEGINA (CP) The presi- dent of the Canadian Associa- tion of Police Chiefs says he woulrl favor changes in bail law that would help the first of- fender or casual criminal to get a fair deal. But, said Chief Arthur Cook- eon .of Rcgina, if bail law 'by Jus- Turner would simply help repeat of- fenders to escape punishment, "I will have great misgiv- ings." Ho said Iiis first reaction to Uie proposed bail reform move amendments outlined tice Minister John was concern thai the change might make things easier for criminals. "Legislation in the past few years has gone that way." In an interview, Chief Cook- son said bail laws have been applied in this area in a man- ner "most considerate _ to the defendant and his to the point where repeat offend- ers frequently are released on bail on major criminal charges. Referring to a proposal to make wider use of summonses to guarantee appearances in court by accused persons, in- stead of on-the-spot arrests, J.tlllCl.'UJ.'y Clu'cf Cookson said it seemed a good move and police should be given more discretion in this matter. A iir xAJLlJllv MEIICIIANTS WAUNKI) SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) Tiie federal price control office announced new punishment for retailers, principally butchers, who charge unfair prices after being warned by the govern- ment. Second offenders' stores will be shut down and scaled with large signs saying: "Closed for robbing the people." AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT GET YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR OUR FUN FILLED HAWAIIAN LUAU FEATURING INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED KALANS BROWNE and his MAIN SOUND 9 Piece Dance Band with Hawaiian Floor Show Special Added Attraction Fri. and Sat. "JUST US" (formerly The Brass Corporation) 3 BIG NIGHTS! THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND CABARET SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 19, 20lh! GENERAL GRANT AND CAROLINA ROOMS Admission by ticket only Thursday and Friday each S3 (includes Hawaiian Dinner and Entertainment) Hawaiian Cabaret Saturday Admission (Food .Available) ______________Tickets Now on Sale at El P.ancho Fronl Desk and Cashier.______________ BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY NOW! ENJOY OUR LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED DAILY 12 TO 2 P.M. In Our Licensed Dining Room ONLY RESERVATIONS NOT REQUIRED! PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! Wnyor Magrath Drive Phone 327-5701 WASHINGTON (AP) Plans for next month's three-day visit of Prince Charles and Princess Anne were announced today by the White House. They were invited to visit the Washington area by President and Mrs: Nixon's daughters, Tricia and Julie, and the lat- tcr's husband, David Eisen- hower. They will arrive Thursday, July 'l6, after ending a state visit to Canada with their par- ents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. During the two nights they are in Washington the prince and the princess will stay at the White House. The royal visitors will fly here from Winnipeg in Air Force One, the presidential jet plane. Upon arriving they will go di- rectly to the White House to be greeted by President and Mrs. Nixon. Later, they will go to Cam; David, the presidential retrea in the Catoctin Mountains nearby Maryland, for a cookoul The following day's program calls for a visit to the space ex hibit at ths Smithsonian Institu lion, a tour of (lie Capitol and a cruise clown the Potomac River On Saturday, the final day o (lie visit, Charles and Anne wil be taken to the Patuxent Wild life Research Centre and later to attend an American League baseball game between Wash ington Senators and California Angels. TICKETS YOU COULD WIN THESE PRIZES Holder of Winning Horse ___ Holder of Fourth Horse ____ Holder of Second Horse, ____ Holder of Fifth Horse Holder of Third Horse ______ Ninety-five subscribers to share in remaining AVAILABLE FROM: IN LETHBRIDGE ASSOCIATED CANADIAN TRAVELERS ELKS LODGE KIWANIS ROTARY CLUBS g: KNIGHTS OF COlUMflUS CANADIAN LEGION DOWNTOWN LIONS LAKEVIEW LIONS NORBRIDGE LIONS 8S L.H.-2 Use this handy mail order coupon. Be sure to print clearly. PLEASE PO NOT USE A MOM DE PLUME! Your ticket will be mailed to you promptlyl Tlii.s I? tfte Cofaary t iindr.r 1he aj the Government cf the Alberil cad is subject to rules and reflitfattoiis applicable thereto. IETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT EXHIBITION BOX 477, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Enclosed is my order, mads payable to the STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE. EfS Please forward by return mail ._______.. Slimpcdt Futurity Swccpstokf Tickets 2.00 each. Quantity ;S iS 5g (Remittance must accompany coupon) AND AT THESE ORGANIZATIONS IN THE LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT BARONS VOLUNTEER FIRE DErT. BtAIRMORE ELKS LODGE BLAIRMORE LIONS CLUB BLACKIE LIONS CLUB BOW ISLAND LIONS CLUB CARDSTON LIONS CLUB CARMANGAY LIONS CLUB CHAMPION LIONS CLUB CIARESHOIM ROTARY CLUB COALDALE KINSMEN CtUB COIEMAN LIONS ClUB COUTTS LIONS CtUB COWLEY LIONS CLUB FOREMOST LIONS CtUB FORT MACLEOD LIONS CLUB MAGRATH VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. MIIK RIVER KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MILO IIONS ClUB NOBIEFQRD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. PICTURE BUTVE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PICTURE BUTTE LIONS ClUB PINCHER CREEK KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PINCHER CREEK LIONS ClUB RAYMOND LIONS CLUB RAYMOND HOLY NAME SOCIETY TABER IIONS ClUB VAUXHALL IIONS ClUB WARNER LIONS ClUB Vancouver Film Industry Growing V A X C 0 U V E H (CP) A i Luke Bennett, former film ed- leam of young Canadians have itor in New York with both NBC been a feature-length film here, further adding to Vancouver's rapidly growing film industry. The film, Madeleine Is is being produced by Spring He- and CBC who recently came to' live in West Vancouver, is film editor. Cameraman and director of cinematography Dougj leases Ltd., a British Columbia company, in association with Glen-Warren Productions, Ltd., an Ontario company which has also produced a feature film en titled Flick. The cast is all drawn from Vancouver talent and is headec McKay, who recently completed j by Nicola Lipman who finished playing in the Vancou ver Playhouse production of lie Criminals. She turned down a leading role at Stratford to play Madeleine. Most of the filming has been done in Vancouver's Gastown area. Sylvia Spring, a young West Vancouver brunette, was given a Canadian Film Development Corporation grant of to help her finance the feature. Her short feature Madeleine forms a segment of the feature 'given Award of Merit at the Vancou- ver International Film Festival. Total budget for the film is only Harvey Sherman, represent- ing Glen-Warren Productions of Toronto, in Vancouver as pro- duction manager, said he was enchanted with the area and particularly with the relaxed way of doing business. Saf., June 20th p.m. EXHIBITION PAVILION ADVANCE TICKETS: Mustcland, Bert and Mac's Record Bar, Mar- cel's Club Cigar, Doug's Music and Sports. work for Jacques Coustcau's j Underwater World. Koss Barrett, leader of the Duck music group, is composing an original score for Madeleine Is and Leonard Cohen has said he will write a song for it. The film's story concerns a rebellious French-Canadian girl who escapes to the West Coast in search of her independent reality. Her wide-eyed boldness leads her into a series of bi- zarre adventures and relation- ships. These she survives by escap- ing into a fantasy life with a carefree clown. The story is of Madeleine's attempts to o'eai with a world of domineering radicals, a bay-rum alcoholic and a reality-fantasy dichot- omy. Attends Meet COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. William (Gladys) Hart of Coal- dale recently attended the meeting of the Alberta Provin- cial High School Drama Festi val Association held in Laeombc. She is the secretary of (lie or- ganization. Plans for the next festival were made. A constitution for future festivals vas drafted. Todays Showtimes CAPITOL THEATRE "Dracula Has Risen From "Frankenstein Must Be Last Complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Naked Under Short Last Complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Rose Short Last Complele GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Flare One Complete DiETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th Si. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 lelhbridgt ROSS HO5AK, C.D.M. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE MOLLY MAGUIRES" in technicolor, starring Richard Harris, Sean Connery and Samantha Eggar. Monday and Tuesday, June J5 and 1G. Monday show at p.m. One show only. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunlond Theatre "THE STERILE CUCKOO" In technicolor, starring Liza Minelli and Wendell Burton. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 16 and 17. Euesday show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LEARNING TREE" in color, starring Kyle Johnson and Estelle Evans. Monday and Tuesday, June 35 ana 16. Monday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "FUNNY GIRL" in color, starring Academy Award winner Barbra Streisand and Omar Sharif. Monday, June 15. Shows at and p.m. Family. Get more out of life Toka the family to a movie PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LEHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE June 16th June 22nd inclusive FRITZ SICK Tues., June llilh-Public Swim Public Swim Wed., June 17tii_Public Swim Ihurs., June 1 Sill-Public Swim June ]9th-Public Swimn Public Swimming Sol., June Swimming Sun., June 21sl-Public Swimming infl p.m. ing p.m. ing p.m. p.m. ing 1 p.m. g p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Family LIONS POOL Mon., June 15lli-Public Swimming p.m. Tues. June Swimming....... p.m. Wed., Juno Will-Public Swimming p.m. Thurs., Juno 1 Sill-Public Swimming p.m. Fri., Juno 19th-Public Swimming p.m. Sol., June 20th-Public Swimming p.m. Sun., June 21 si-Public Swimming p.m. HENDERSON POOL RE-OPENING DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED Tim mlvertiioment will appear each Monday nntl Thursday PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COMPETITIVE SWIMMING WHERE: LIONS POOL WHEN: Noon Monday thru Friday June 15-June 19 DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED AT FIRST SESSION The most electrifying ritual ever PAK WISION'TECHNICOIOir ADULT NOT SUllABtJ FOR CHILDREN For 50 years the major film studios of the world have supplied us with the __finest motion picture en- fg tertainment. Today we f_ salute their contribution to the success of Canada's leading theatre circuit with W (F] y GALA PARTY! JOIN US .'....TODAY! ALL SEATS d AT ANY OF THE FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRES LISTED BELOW CAPITAL "FRANKENSTEIN MUST "BE DESTROYED" AND "DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE" PARAMOUNT "NAKED UNDER LEATHER" COLLEGE CINEMA "ROSE MARIE" GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "FLARE-UP" and "KENNER" 1 FIRST RUN FEATURES t-ii ;