Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wants song banned BARCELONA, Spain Uleu- ter) The riglit-winp, maga- zine Solidaridad Naeional lias called lor a ban en a new pop record version of the Falangist anthem Cara al Sol (Face to the The original was the hymn of Spain's Falangists who fought with Gen. Franco's na- tionalist troops in the 193G-39 civil war. D8ETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified DentaE Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 Toronto laivyer denies link with organized crime TORONTO (CP) Toronto lawyer James Hudson Clarke denied here that he has had any association with a Buffalo, N.Y. group allegedly connected with organized crime. Mr. Clarke was named in the Ontario legislature earlier Mon- day by Dr. Mortoa Shulman, New Democratic Party member for Toronto-High Park, as being a corporate secretary of both Canadian Totalisator Co. Ltd., SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PATTON" In color. Starring Academy Award Winner 'Best Actor' George C. Scott and Karl Maiden. Wednes- day, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 21, 22, 23 and 24. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "LOVE MACHINE" In Color. Starring Dyan Cannon. Wednesday, June 21. Show at p.m. Restricted adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HAROLD AND MAUDE" In Color. Starring Ruth Gordon and Bud Cort. Wednesday, June 21. Show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE COWBOYS" In Color. Starring John Wayne and The Little Cowboys. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sat- urday, Monday and Tuesday, June 21, 22, 23, 24, 26 and 27. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. and Emprise Corp. of Buffalo. Totalisator is bidding to oper- ate electronic equipment for off-track betting at Ontario racetracks. Emprise Corp. and six individuals were convicted in Los Angeles in April of con- spiring to hide out-of-state own- ership in a Las Vegas hotel and casino. Asked whether it Is true he was corporate secrefaiy of both Enterprise and Canadian Total- isator, Mr. Clarke said: "No, it isn't." He said lie never had any dealings with Emprise and sug- gested that Dr. Shulman may have been confused because "several years ago" he (Mr. Clarke) handled some legal work for the Emprise subsidi- ary, Dominion Sportservice Ltd. BACKED BY EAGLESON Mr. Clarke had the support ol his law associate, Alan Eagle- son, president of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Asso- ciation and representative ol several professional hockey players, in denying Dr. Shul- man's statements. Dr. Shulman, during debate of 111c estimates of Solicitor-Gen- eral John Yaremko's office, said the minister had failed to deal with organized crime in Ontario. Dr. Shulman said he was quoting from a tlireerpage confi- dential report by the Ontario Provincial Police, dated Aug. 31, 1971, which said there is no association between Canadian WHICH SCENE WILL YOU MAKE THIS SUMMER? Not communicating? When tha conversation stops, maybe ths dancing ihould Dancing brings you close, nothing comes closer Are you alwayi on ihe "fringe' of fun ana" friends on outride looking in simply because you can't dance or aren't confident loeioU ly? Rediscover what it'i like 1o hold lome- in your arms again. Unwind, Relax lose your uptrghli. Impossible1 to sustain en argument on the dance floor. Try Dancing Try It, Dancing you together cmolion- ally and Thli vacation be pared to meet exciting people would love to bo your ler our ex- pert initructori show you the best "fun" inluranee available. "Air Conditioned Ballrooms" MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY IS SPONSORING A Dance-A-Thon SATURDAY, JULY 1 with all proceeds lo the CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION Name of Sponsor Address.............................. Telephone Pledge: Number of hours and amount per hour. Mall thik coupon to Menu Carlo Danes Academy, 535 13lh St. N. Tolalisator and organized crime. However, Dr. Shulman added that a James Hudson Clarke is the corporate secretary of both companies (Canadian Totalisa- r and Emprise Corp.) "This same man is a partner with Al Dr. Shulman said. He said that when Emprise got in difficulty in Arizona, "Ca- nadian Tote was called in to give evidence on their behalf." DENIES PARTNERSHIP Mr. Eagleson denied allega- lions from Dr. Shulman that Mr. Clarke was a partner of his Irm. "He Is, however, an associate of our firm and is the corporate secretary for approximately 700 he said. "I am very proud lo have a man of Jim Clarke's stature as- sociated with our hon- esty and integrity are above re- iroacli." Mr. Eagleson said Dr. Shul- man's allegations in the legisla- :ure Monday were a "typically Shulman scattergun approach wherein many innocent people are smeared by a misinformed Dr. Shulman." He said Clarke, "who is most upset by the is not a counsel for any of the compa- nies mentioned by Dr. Shulman 'ID the legislature. FOSSIL FOUND MLAN, Italy (AP) A 50- million-year-old angel fish mea- suring 16 by 28 inches, and still brilliantly colored, was found fossilized In the Bolca stone quarries north of Verona. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Living Free" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 'French Connection" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Puppet on a Chain" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN ;Who. Killed Mary Wnat's Her Name" "House That Dripped Blood" One Complete Show Wedncitiay, SI, 1972 THE LHHSRIDGE HERALD _ 7 Ottawa ignoring govt. of N.W.T. CASANOVA IS COMING Frank Finlay, playing Casanova, and Ania Marson are shown in a scene from the BBC series Casanova which has been purchased by CITY-TV, a new Toronto station which goes on the air m September. The controversial series, which includes scenes of nudity, is described as "alternative adult" pro- graming. Ontario iinpressario lias high hopes for arts centre WASHINGTON (AP3 A vis- iting theatre impressario from Ontario seemed more optimistic about the prospects for the John F. Kennedy Centre for the Per- forming Arts than many of its United States critics. "People shouldn't get discour- aged over the troubles at the said Brian Doherty, who founded the widely ac- claimed Shaw Festival at Niag- ara-on-the Lake 11 years ago and has been active in its af- fairs ever since. "It took us two or three years to become established. You don't just open up and expect to be accepted overnight. In a few ARMY, NAVY AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB IETHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 BAD NEWS BEEF PRICES ARE UP1 GOOD NEWS OURS ARE NOT! We continue with our regular Wednesday Evening STEAK Night Featuring A 10-OZ. T-BONE FOR THE MASTER AN 8-OZ. T-BONE FOR HIS IADY Served with appropriate beverage AU FOR Rfl COUPLE FOR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE WE PRESENT HARRY and YVONNE APPEARING IN THE CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 'HAPPY HOURS' Wednesday to Friday to Saturday to All this and much more at "Tha Friendly Club of Southern Alberta" FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS! years you will start your own creative process. We've gone through the same problems." Doherty was in town doing some advance work for the Shaw Festival's production of Misalliance which will open two-week ran at the Kennedy Centre's Eisenhower Theatre next Monday. Doherty, a retired Ontario lawyer, founded the Shaw Festi val in 1962 and it remains the only professional company de- voted lo presenting the works o the famed Irish playwright anc his contemporaries. Its productions for the last II years have been staged in Niag ara's 125-year-old courthouse hut it now has under construe tion a new 820-seat theatre. YELLOW KNIFE, N.W.T. (CP) Tha fledgling govern- ment of the Northwest Terri- tories is being "blatanlly ig- nored" by Ottawa and excluded from development planning, Tom Butlers, the member for Western Arctic, told territorial council here. Butters told the first sit- ting of the council's summer session that there had been a ederal cooling off towards im- jlementation of responsible jovernment in the north and an 'alarming and rapid growth of ederal bureaucracy." He said the territorial gov- ernment's drive for autonomy and self determination has been caught in the pressures generated by the discovery ol ill at Prudhoe Bay and in the Mackenzie delta. OVERWHELMED "We have been overwhelmed and crushed in the economic arena of international supply and demand, balance of pay- ments and economic national- ism. "It is ironic that as our in- dependence becomes economi ally possible through the de- 'elopment potential now seen in he north, we are seeing what ittle political autonomy we lave gained apparently dimin- shed and eroded." Mr. Butters said all federal agencies should be required to channel communication, recom- mendations and solutions to northern problems through the existing territorial administra- tion. "The federal agencies that are managing and administra- ting the natural resources ol .he Northwest Territories in trust for the future province ol the north should be required to report to their federal super- iors through this government." David Searle, the member For Yellowknife and chairman of council's standing committee on finance, said the federal gov- ernment is deliberately deceiv- ing Canadians in its northern policy. Mr. Searle said Ottawa in tends lo retain control of north' ern resources and develop them for all of Canada, despite the fact that they are nominally KILLED IN CRASH Rol- son Gordon Driver, 52, a Toronto businessman, was one of 118 persons killed when a British airliner crashed mo- ments after take-off from London's Heathrow Airport. Mr. Driver, president of Nor- anda Sales Corp. and vice- president of sales for Nor- anda Mines Ltd., was one of three Canadians lulled In ihe crash. GREEN ACRES ENDS TONIGHT "WHO KILLED MARY WHAT'S HER NAME" IN COLOR RED BUTTONS HIT NO. 2 "HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD" IN COLOR PETER GUSHING GAT6S OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 10 P.M. d in trust for a future prov- ince rf the north. "I think there is going :o be any special slice of Ihe royalties set aside for the terri- he said. Lena Pedtrsen, the member 'or Central Arctic and the only woman on council, said there has been a proliferation of fed- eral civil servants in the north. "All these expansion plans are in one direction Mrs. Pedersen said. "They all lead to an ever in- creasing empire of people to sit and talk about what should lappen in the north. "The last thing we need are more people to say what should lappen we need responsi- )Ie, elected bodies wilh the power to deciue what will hap- Den." U.S.-Soviets deal WASHINGTON (Reuter) The Soviet Union has agreed to sign its largest ever indus- trial contract with an Ameri- can business organization, the National Tool, Die and iion Machine Association, it was announced here. The con- nract, to supply plant and equipment for the manufacture of tableware, will be valued at ?55 million. Ths LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT EXHIBITION Proudly presents ALL NEW FOR HERRMANN ROYAL LIPiZZAN STALLIONS OF AUSTRIA HORSE BALLET "AIRS ABOVE THE Thursday, June 29th and Friday, June 30th at 8 p.m. In the LETHBR1DSE EXHIBITION PAVILION Advance tickers ot MusicTand, leliters. Marcels and Doug'j ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South 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 nos., we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBUC-UPSTA1RS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY JUNE 22 BARNEY AND THE BEER NUTS FRIDAY-JUNE 23 BRIDGE TOWN TRIO SATURDAY-JUNE 24 CUFFS COMBO PARAMOUNT flth AVE 81 h ST 327 S10O NOW SHOWING i at and p.m. Winner of 5 Academy Awards Including 'Best Picture' and 'Best Actor' RESTRICTED ADULT "THE NIFTIEST CHASE SEQUENCE SINCE SILENT FILMSI" Pivl K THE FRENCH CONNECTION COLOR BY M LUXE' GREEN ACRES STARTS TOMORROW ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN The hilarious comedy about dis- Organized Crime, 1HEOANGHUI COUDNT flRAPOHr METROCOLOR ot Ons Complete Show al 10 p.m. HIT NO. 2 WITH A GUN'COIOR Starring GLENN FORD PARAMOUNT Elsa the lioness BORN FREE... Now her cubs are LIVING FREE KIDS MATINEE 50c TODAY thru SAT. p.m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Matinee Daily at and p.m. SOON Broomsticks" COLLEGE TONITE and THURS. at and p.m. On of the Most Exciting Motor Boat Chases Ever Seen on the Screen! ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Keeps YOU hanging on Ihe edge of your seat f. COMING 'THE COWBOYS'