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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, Juno 32, 1972 Scottish critics have warm praise Canada's national ballet big hit GLASGOW (CP) The Na- tionnl Ballet of Canada came in for praise from Scottish critics after its opening here Tuesday night as part o[ its Eu- ropean tour. The company's five-day sea- son in Scotland's second city was designed as part of a sum- mer festival called Clyde Fair International, Glasgow's King's theatre, small by comparison with Hie London Coliseum and the Stuttgart Opera, where they have already performed, was packed to capacity Tuesday. The eutire Scottish Theatre Ballet Company attended both the first night and the re- hearsal, an unusual tribute. The ballet critic of The Scots- man, one of Lord Thomson's newspapers, said the company's version of La Sylphide was "presented explicitly, often wit- lily, with a refreshing avoidance of romantic droopiness." From its clear and crisp pro- duction, the crilic continued, the audience was ahle to appreciate the company's style, virtues and the tradition it had built up since it was founded 20 years ago by Cclia its current artistic director. EVOCATION BETTER The Scottish Daily Express said the choice of La Sylphide with its romantic Scottish scenes was a compliment to Scotland, but iis critic felt the company was more at home In the second ballet of the evening, Evocation. This piece, based on Chopin's lyrical Piano Concerto No. 2, re- ceived a "joyous interpreta- said the newspaper. "The dancers, revelling in their own grace and strength, made it a celebration of youth, BACK TO SCHOOL AT 40-PLUS Wicfdle-oged Mrs. Marg- aret Garreir of Oftawo learned a great deal about today's generation of teenagers, and about teaching meth- ods when she returned to high school for three years, fn Weekend Magazine thin Saturday, she repots on her ex- perience and talks about things that were heartening, worrying, or bewildering. IN YOUR LETHBR1DGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE superbly led by Andrea David- son and Frank Augustin." Members of the 83-membcr company said the tour so far has been a great success, with 9i) per cent of reviews giving TV star's wife granted divorce NEW YORK (AP) Joanne Carson was granted a divorce Wednesday from Johnny Car- son, star of the Tonight televi- sion show, after nine years of marriage. Mrs. Carson had brought the action in state Supreme Court, alleging cruel and inhuman treatment. She said that on June 6, 1970, the entertainer told her he wanted a separation. And he told me he no longer wanted to live with me and cohabit with me and he wanted a divorce." "He was abusive to me and I feared for my mental and physi- cal Mrs. Carson added. Terms of the divorce agree- ment were not made public. It was reported that in addition to property, including an art collection, Mrs. Carson is to re- ceive more than a year. The couple had no children. the Canadians high praise. They had been particularly impressed by the way in which European ballet companies had recog- nized the status of the National Ballet. The company, which left Can- ada May U and opened in Lon- don three days later, ends Its Glasgow stay Saturday with a performance of Swan Lake. On the same day Celia Franca, who takes a role herself as the witch in La Sylphide, celebrates her 51st birthday. The company, which has al- ready made its bow in Stutt- gart, Paris and Brussels, goes next to Lausanne in Switzerland before winding up its tour in Monte Carlo. It returns to Can- ada July 4. Extra money for control of 'hoppers EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta cabinet has approved, a special M chase more insecticide to help control grasshoppers. The cabinet was told that agriculture officials believe the grasshopper threat could pose a major problem within weeks, especially in there is dry, hot weather. Cash and Carry Sale CLEARANCE RUSTIC 6' CEDAR FENCE PICKETS Spruce or Fir D GRADE PLYWOOD 3-78 GARDEN STORAGE SHEDS 8'x5- S 99.00 8'x7'-S1 09.00 KIT WITH FLOOR 1x4 FENCE BOARDS 6' 234 8' 380 SPRUCE PLYWOOD D GRADE 4'xB' Sheet ASSORTED WINDOW UNITS 10% off EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT SAVE 9-95 -'Underfilled to volume shown on container to permit addition SHINGLES 210 Ib. assorted colors 0.79 V covers 33 sq. AVAILABLE STAINED PICNIC TABLES OO.95 EACH, SET UP NEW FENCE STYLES FIBERGLASS For Fence and Patio 4-oz., ft. Green, blue, (oral, yellow EACH 5-oz. 34" wide Yellow, green, blue, coral 4.69 8 ft. 895 10 ff.......Each Each 12 ft........ Each 11 .25 CEDAR LAWN CHAIRS READY TO ASSEMBLE KIT CEDAR CHAIRS SET-UP AND STAINED BEAVER STAIN Cedar, wood white, avocado and Q QR rustic red colors GALLON Q PLASTIC PANELS 26" x 96" Yellow, green, while. Ideal for if QQ patio or fence EACH PLASTIC GARBAGE CANS METAL k.55 EACH METAL GARBAGE CANS....... EACH 4 .99 PLASTIC PLASTIC m j GARBAGE BAGS...... ,ACH 4P OPEN HOUSE AT BEAVER SHOW HOME Friday, June 23rd Saturday, June 24th, and Sunday, June 25th 13th St. and 24th Ave. SOUTH EAST COALDALE "We Pledge Satisfaction" 3rd AVE. and 17th ST. S. PHONE 328-4461 STORE HOURS: A.M. TO P.M. MONDAY thrj SATURDAY Divorce suit filed by actor's ivife LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor Andy Griffith, 46, has been sued for divorce by his wife of 23 yeards, Barbara, 45. They sepa- rated last October. ANDY GRIFFITH 23 years wed LOS ANGELES CAP) Jack Douglas, the television host and >roducer, has been awarded by a Superior Court jury localise of remarks made by iis former business partner, S. Janis. Douglas contended a slander suit hat he had difficulty raising money for other productions ifter Janis told associates that Douglas had "taken" out of a travel series, America, .vhich he had produced. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ted and Carl Anderson, stars of the Broadway rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar, 'will have their stage roles in the movie version when production begins in Jerusalem Aug. 20, Universal Studio says. The studio reported Tuesday (hat Neeley will play Jesus and Anderson will appear as Judas in the film, which Norman Jewi- son is directing and co-produc- ing. Universal also lias signed Yvonne Elliman, who was in the Broadway version, to play Mary Magdalene. Barry Denne, who played Mendel in Jewison's film version of Fiddler on the Roof, will portray Pontius Pilate. Jettison and Melvyn Bragg adapted the film script from the rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. SANTA MONICA, Calif. CReu- ler) Film star Marlon Brando lost his attempt Tues- day to end alimony payments to liis second wife, Mexican ac- tress Movita, on the grounds she had 'apparently remar- ried." Brando, 43, charged that Mov- ita had either married or had entered into a marriage-type re- lationship with musician James Henry Ford, contrary to the terms of an alimony agreement when she divorced him in 19G8. Under the divorce agreement ending eight years of marriage, Movita was to get monthly alimony during a 13 Vt- year period and a month total support for their two chil- dren Sergio, 11, and Rebeca, 6. Brando's lawyers produced a number of witnesses to attempt to prove Movita and Ford were cohabiting but they were over- ruled by Judge Goscoe Farley. In a recent court action, Brando won custody over his son Christian, 14, from his first wife, Anna Kaslifi, 36. Dentists check patients for high blood pressure By HENRY GOTTLIEB PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) A p-oup of dentists is checking the blood pressure oE patients under a piolet program aimed at early detection of heart disease, Organized crime under gun EDMONTON (CP) Alberta police officials will step up in- telligence gathering against or- ganized crime. Attorney General Merv Leitch and liis deputy Sam Friedman, met Ihis week with leading police officials in the province, including Assistant Commissioner V. M. Seppala of the RCMP and city police chiefs. Mr. Leitch said he Is deter- mined to prevent the quiet lake- over of legitimate business by organized crime. The closed meeting vyas held at the legislative building with the police officials backed up by their criminal intelligence agents. The Alberta Police Commis- sion has warned that the prov- ince is ripe for the development of organized crime because of its growing economy and the sophistication of professional crime that moves Into all forms of industry. Fifteen dentists who have vol- unteered to take part in the pro- gram during the next two months will measure their pa- tients' blood pressure and refer those with high readings to phy- sicians. The purpose is to find undiagnosed cases of hyperten- sion, also known as high blood pressure, a major factor in heart disease. 'Dentists are specially equipped to detect high blood pressure because people are sold on going to a dentist two or three times a says Charles L. Herman, a dentist credited with starting the pro- gram. "Tliis just isn't so. in medicine." Herman got the idea for the program a.year ago alter read- ing about the program of hyper- tension. He immediately began testing his patients' blood pres- sure before cleaning or repair- ing their teeth. TESTS HUNDREDS "I've done hundreds of them in the last 10 Berman said. "You can't get your teeth cleaned' in my office without having your blood pressure taken." He said that during the lasl four months he has detected 1' cases of previously undiagnosec hypertension and referred the patients to physicians. The dentists will set up ap- pointments with the persona" physicians of those with high readings, rather than leave it to the patients themselves. The dentists are financing the cost of the to for equipment. LAST CHANCE CHUCKWAGON SWEEPSTAKE .00 IN PRIZES Win or Plus 20 other winners DRAW AT PONOKA STAMPEDE, JULY 1, 1972 MAIL NOW! TICKETS TO: CHUCKWAGON SWEEPSTAKE BOX 988, PONOKA, ALBERTA Send me......tickcti. Enclosed li Special offer 6 for 12 for NAME ADDRESS........................ CITY PROV. iTV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "War p.m., Ch. 1. A major and two enlisted men travel to Texas to put down a Kiowa uprising. CRIME DRAMA: Night Gallery, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. A gun- man's day of reckoning and a woman who shouldn't buy a statue that resembles her husband. MOVIE DRAMA: "Six Bridges to 0 p.m., Ch. 7. A major robbery involves a thief who is the childhood friend of a policeman. CRIME DRAMA: NBC Adventure Theatre, 9 p.m., Ch. 9. A drama about a woman who uses a pistol and a bottle of nitro to turn a police precinct into a waiting room for death. DOCUMENTARY: Quality of Life, p.m., Ch. 13. The 1971 Federal Opportunities for Youth program is probed in "What. I Did Last Summer." MOVIE DRAMA: "Hidden p.m., Ch, 7. An American detective travels to Copenhagen to clear his sister of a murder rap. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Cli. 13. An actor, an actress, a rock musician and an author are the guests. FRIDAY MOVIE ADVENTURE: "The Second Ilcsl Secret 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A British agent foils a plot by the Russians to gain control of a secret formula discovered by a Swedish scientist. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs Buckshot (c) Family AOair THURSDAY NIGHT Hews News Dick Van Dykt My Three Soni rrons'ds Dean Marlir KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablcvision Ch. 9) Salute Agrleuirura As the World Today Show (ct Wews (c) Today in Montana The Doctors (c) Concentration Another World Sale of Century VM N''9M Hollywood Square! Amateur's Guide FRIDAY News to Love (c) Understanding Our Love !i a Many World Splendored Thing Nev.'S KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlsion Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT News (c) Nevrt Kingdom Movie: Assignment K MarshalJ TV-5 News Al Perry Rogut'a March FRIDAY Let's Make a Deal Farm News Ncvjiywcd Gsme News News (c) Captain Kangaroo Secret Dinah's Place One lo JacX LaLnnne Days c.f Our Lives Audrey General Hcipi'sl GDlloping Gourmet Threa crt a ir.e Hearl Is Dating Gan-.c 1C) News Spilt Second Search lor BeAltcried c) Tomorrow Password ic) M My Children ;