Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Songwriter making too much money CHA.HLOTTETOWN CCP) Songwriter Gene Mac- Lellan, saying lie is making too much money, lias lelt his Prince Edward Island farm, "probably" to hitch-hike through Europe with his wife. His composition, Snowbird, became a million-record seller for singer Anne Mur- ray. "I want to be a person, not a said Mac- Lellan as he boarded a train Passport Photos Candid Picture Framing Photo Svppliw A. E. CROSS STUDIO 321-onl 710 3rd 5. Phone 328-0922 FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL FISH and CHIP DINNER (FOR 5 TO 7 PEOPLE) 10 PIECES OF FISH FRENCH FRIES 1 PINT OF COLESLAW 5 DINNER ROLLS FREE PINT OF ICE CREAM 722-23rd St. N. PHONE 328-48458 FOR PICKUP ORDERS LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 53 Nos Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 55 Numbers 1 1 Games Prize Money 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card SI. 00 All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 No) Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Cecil B. DeMille's "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS" In color. Starring Burt Lancasttr. Saturday, June 17. One show only at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MAN IN THE WILDERNESS" In color. Starring Richard Harris. Saturday, June 17 at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Thearre "SHOOT OUT" In Technicolor. Starring Gregory Peck, Pat Quinn and Boberf P. Lyons. Saturday, June 17. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "FOOLS' PARADE" In color Starring James Stewart and George Kennedy Salurday and Sunday, June 17 and IB. Show each evening at p.m. Adult PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "GUMSHOE" I color. Starring Albert Pinney, Billie Whitelaiv and Janice Rule, Salurday, June 17. Shows at and p.m. Adult, Sunday, June 18 at p.m. "DIRTY DINGUS MAGEE" In color. Starring Frank Sinatra and George Kennedy. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "GYPSY MOTHS" In color. Starring Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr. Saturday, June 17. Gates open at p.m. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "ADIOS SABATA" In color. Starring Yul Bryruier. Sat- urday, Monday and Tuesday, June 17, 10 and 20. Sat- urday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Double Feature Horror Program Sunday, June 18, at p.m. "DUNW1CH HORROR" plus "CRIMSON Both in color. for Canada's mainland yester- day. "It was all right to make a living out of it but I made a lot more than that." He told the Charloltelown Patriot ht is giving up liis in- terest in Gen-Mac Enterprises Ltd., set up more than a year ago to handle his business af- fairs, and asked that royalty payments be used in part to help young performers. MacLellan was bora in Val d'Or, Quo., began his career with a rock group in Ontario but left it in 1961 to buy his arm in P.E.I., where his mother was born. He took odd obs, including potato-picking and worked for a time as an orderly at the provincial men- al hospital to support himself vhile song-writing. After Snowbird became a lit in Canada and the United States, he produced a wave of ipng successes. SUCCESS 'IMMORAL' "I never had any ambl- he said. "I never wanted to make a lot of money. I sold my songs and .hat went against what I be iieved. It was, in a way, im- moral." Before he and his wife, Claudia, left, he said he was relieved to have "shucked off." his business connections because they interfered with his writing. The company had been set up to let him live his own life, writing songs and doing what lie wanted. But it did not work out htat way. "I found that 1 had less and less to say all the time. It was pretty sterile. There was no motivation to do anything, knowing there was a royalty cheque coming in." MacLellan, who describes himself as shy and intro- verted, said he never wanted to be a celebrity and liis suc- cess brought pressures to "mix In more." His farm has been aban- doned, with most of the pos- sessions given away and the rest left to gather dust. "I don't know what I'll MacLcllan said. "I don't know when, or if, I'll come back." B.C. walkouts gain momentum By DENNIS BELL VANCOUVER (CP) More than a third of British Colum- bia's forest products Industry was shut down today by labor troubles as negotiations fir a new contract covering workers reached "the crucial stage." By 10 a.m. PDT, mort than members of the Interna- tional Woodworkers of America were on the num- MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL 8th Ave. and 13th St. N. Saturday 9-1 p.m. Orchestra BRIDGETOWN TRIO MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB DANCE Saturday Night, June 17th Music By The "CHEMOS" OPEN TO MEMBERS AND GUESTS LABOR CLFB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT "ACES HIGH'' Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 SUNDAY ONLY! Father's Day Special AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS 210-3rd Ave. South 1607 Mayor Magrath Drive Both locations open Monday thru Thursday, fo 12 Midnfghf, Friday and Saturday a.m. la a.m. and Sunday a.m. to 12 Midnight. Sunday Dining in Jho "FRONTIER DINING ROOM" al the EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -SPECIAL.CHILDREN'S MENU- THE MOUNTIE BURGER Hnmburger with relish ortd tomato on a toaslcd bun, French Frfej.........95 THE EL RANCHO Two pieces of EL RANCHO FRIED THE SHERIFF Breaded Veal Cutlet, pan gravy, fresh vegetables, french fries i95 ".TO OPEN AT 4 P.M. EVERY SUNDAY EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL 526 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 Stokowski program praised LONDON Stokowski's appearance Symphony (AP) Leopold 60th anniversary with the London drew praise from who had walked off their bs Thursday. In addition, ahout more ggers have been laid off be- ause of a log shortage created t 800 fallers who have been on wildcat strike since mid-April, r a total of more than len off the job. The IWA's contract with 115 mber companies expired at riidnighl Wednesday night and alkouts began immediately, arly today the walkouts pread from Vancouver Island nd the mainland coast Into the orthern interior and greater ancouver area. IESUME TALKS Meanwliile, negitiations re- tuned today between the IWA and Forest Industrial Relations, 'hich bargains for the employ- rs. A union spokesman said alks were reaching a crucial lage and developments during he weekend would tell the tale. "If we don't have anything olid to announce by Sunday, t's going ti be pretty tough to :eep the rest of the guys in ome Monday said he spokesman of IWA regional headquarters here. "It would be a fair assess- ment to say this is the weekend hat will determine if there is to >e a complete shutdown in the B.C. forest industry." As the walkiuts gained mo- nenlum there were reports that FIR and the IWA were nearing agreement. However, neither side would comment in the progress of negotiations. MacMillan Bloedel Ltd., the country's largest timber com- pany, was hit hardest by the walkcuts, with close to men off the job. This included about men on strike and loggers laid off because of the fallers' strike. critics and the public. The sellout crowd of gave thunderous applause after Stokowski led the orchestra a' the Hoyal Feslival Hall in the same program performed dur ing his first appearance in 1912, Newspaper critics approved. "Anybody can live to be 90 but only Leopold Stokowski will obtain quite such a ravishing playing as the London Sym phony Orchestra feted him with last wrote Peter Stadlen of The Daily Telegraph. SAN DIEGO, Calif. nude photo of actor Burt Rcy nolds was posted on a by i an enlisted sailor male sailors have had pinups for years. But the U.S. Navy reaction was an untypical as the male undraping. The pinup, clipped from a re- cent issue of Cosmopolitan mag- azine, was ordered taken down from an office wall at the San Diego naval station yesterday. A small group of Waves com- plained til at the action was un- fair. "I dont' know why this Is being questi a base spokesman responded. "I don't see pinups in office spaces that are open to the public." Saturday, June 17, 1972 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD CASES DOUBLED There were narcotics cases in Swiss courts In 1971, more than double the number in 1970. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelShr'n'-i- "The People Who Take Time to Build Best" Bring you the fineil in Stereo Compon- ents now available at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. IN 57 IN 58 NOS. IF no bingo called after 57 not., we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ElKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY-JUNE 17-FOUR HITS AND A MISS CAPE TOWN (Reuter) British playwright Donald How- arth is to produce Shake- speare's Othello in South Africa later this month without Othello the Moor because he has been told he cannot put a black man in an otherwise all-white cast. Despite reslructing the play without the original main char- acter, Howarth said lu's version does not differ drastically from Shakespeare's original play. He has brought in three new characters to fill the gap left by Othello, and said he has tried to make the action more suitable to modern times. IOF president dies in U.S. ORLANDLO, Fla. (CP) Louis E. Probst, 68, of Toronto, president of the Independent Order of Foresters since 1951, died here Thursday. He had been chief executive officer of the one-million-mem- b e r Toronto-based fraternal benefit society since 1951. It has branches throughout Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. Born in San Francisco, Probst joined the IOF in 1920 and held a number of administrative pos- itions in the U.S. before moving to Toronto in 1945. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Great NortMield. Minnesota Raid" Last Complete Show .Sunday. Short Subjects "Great Northfield, Minnesota Raid" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Salurday "The Godfather" One Complete Show Sunday "Dark Side of Tomorrow" "Naked and Free" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Puppet on a Chain" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Puppet on a Chain" One Complete Show OREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday and Sunday "Creature With Blue Hand" "Beast of Yellow Night" One Complete Show NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Baker-Gerald Baker Eorl Tennant Frank Day-Mike Schmidt Jack BunnTng STARTS SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT 8 P.M. BIG FEATURES 2 RESTRICTED ADULT "WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THESE PSYCHOTIC, SCANDALOUS SEVENTIES... TOUCHES ON All THE SEXUAL BASES." -BobSalmajsi.GioupW NAKED AND HIT NO. 2 "DARK SIDE OF TOMORROW" IN TECHNICOLOR GREEN ACRIS GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. STARTS MONDAY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Start asking before you know it, you're in trouble. "Who Killed Mary Red HIT NO. 2 'HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD" in Color with PETER CUSHING ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN The West the way it really was! CLIFF ROBERTSON- TONIGHT thru TUES. R SHOWING SUNDAY At p.m. onli POSITIVELY END TONIGHT One show at p.m. ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE NOW SHOWING SHOWINS SUNDAY At 8-15 n m only Will keep you flanging on the edge of your seat I AUSTAIR PUPPET ON A CHAIN 2 FIRST RUN HORROR FEATURES a NIGHTMARE of HORROR ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SHOWING TONIGHT AND SUNDAY GATES AT P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M.