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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 22, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-11 Consumer prices hike in U.S. still on rise WASHINGTON (AP) Consumer prices in May in the United States were 10.7 per cent above a year earlier, the DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSSHOSACK Dental Mechanic 304 Sth St. 8 Ph. 327-7244 labor department reported Friday The department said May increase in the consumer price index was 1.1 per cent, compared with a six-tenths of one per cent increase in April. The Nixon administration hopes to bring inflation down to a seven per cent annual rate by year's end. Among the bad news reported in the May index was Fraternal Order of Eagles Picnic SUNDAY, JUNE 23 at the FRANK MALEC FARM II you want a ride, meet at EaglM Hall at p.m. MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE Polish Hall, 8 Ave. 13 St. North SATURDAY, JUNE p.m.-1 a.m. MUSIC BY THE "LONG ACRES" Members and Invited Guests! LOYAL ORDER of MOOSE SOCIAL DANCE Moose Hall Saturday, June 22 p.m. Music by "Starlight Trio" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY When you're in the mood... For Something That's Exciting, New Different In Portrait Photography Give us a Call! A. E. CROSS STUDIO Expo Harry Special June 27lh, .4 (7 Mats) ...................................S92.SO Expo Special 4 4uly S92.SO Expo Special, July 5 Expo Mormon Tabernacle Choir Chicago Special. Expo Benny Special, Jury 25th, 5 (18 Disneyland and Expo Tour, AuguM 10 left..............................................S30O Expo Water Follies, Aug. (20 SB2.SO Expo Charlie Pride Special, Aug. 8th, S SI OS Expo Royal Lippizan Stallion Aug. 16th, S flOS Expo and Buck Special, 4 Aug. 18th Expo Special. Aug. 22nd, Expo Canada Week Special, 4 Aug. 9V2.5O Expo Merle Haggard Special, Aug. 30th, S Si OS Expo KrasUn Special, Sept 9.4 SMoSO Weal CoaM Autumn Tour 9, 12 low BanH. Lake Louisa, Columbia Ice Fields. Jasper, Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, Spokane, Expo. Expo Sonet Union Dancers a NHL Hockey Species SI OS Expo Porter Wagoner Special, Sept 28th. S S1OS Eastern Canada Autumn Montreal, Quebec City. Prince Edward taland, Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Fa'H Oct. 23 days, low Expo Polynesian Special Oct. 2nd, 5 Expo Guy lombardo Special, Oct. 10th, 4 S92.SO Expo Special. Oct. 17th, S Expo Western international Hockey Special, S1OS Expo EDaFnzgeraM Special, 1M, 4 S92.9O Disneyland, Grand Canyon, Nov. 2nd, iSdays S2M Christmas Disneyland, Pasadena Bowl Tow, ..........................................SIM Florida Disney World Washtnglon O.C., .Jen. 11-24 ...................................S699.8O NORTHERN BUS TOURS Phorw 327-3536 32t-4474 Atoo ftncfMrT CfMfc Travel Centre) a nine-tenths of one per cent increase in food prices on a seasonally adjusted basis, reversing the four-tenths of one per cent decline in April. Prices of fresh vegetables i rose !9 per cent in May, much worse than usual for this time of year, the department said. The only favorable con- sumer trends in the food area were lower prices for meats, poultry and eggs. The May incease of 1.1 per cent in the price index was both on a seasonally adjusted and unadjusted basis. The index stood in May at 145.6 of the 1967 average of 100, mean- ing it cost to buy what purchased in 1967 Adult holiday trips decline TORONTO (CP) Last year 56 per cent of all Canadian adults took a vacation trip, a survey, released Monday by Traveldata Ltd Toronto shows. This was two per cent lower than 1972 and marks the first time in seven years vacation travel has declined. FIRST RECORDING The first successful recording was made by Thomas Alva Edison in 1877 when he shouted, "Mary had a little lamb." Actor shoots way to top in movies No shirt for Linda A cape, top hat and tails, and a bow tie, but no shirt for Linda Lovelace, Ameri- can Star of the controversial sex film "Deep as she leaves her hotel in London, England, enroute to the Ascot Racecourse where she has been in the news for the past two days for wearing see-through dresses. There were no see-through dresses for Linda Thursday, but she obviously wasn't intending to lose her shirt on a horse. More arts patrons sought TORONTO (CP) Edmund Bovey, 55, chairman of the ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No MM undw ie ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WUKINO ENTERTAINMENT Saturday, june 22nd Upilairs- "VARIETY MEN" Downstairs RANCH BOYS" board of the Toronto-based Northern and Central Gas Corp. Ltd., wants more businessmen to become patrons of the arts. Mr. Bovey, speaking at a news conference yesterday, said too many Canadian business tycoons tend to be "two-fisted types" who would be embarrassed to see their names listed as board members of an opera com- pany, a symphony or a theatre group. Mr Bovey serves as a direc- tor of the Toronto Symphony, trustee of the Art Gallery of Ontario and member of the board of governors of Massey Hall He announced that a Cana- LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINQO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 Numbers 10th Game Blackout in 56 Nos. ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money Entry Card All Wood Cards Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will alto be played in the club room for members end their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Relax in air conditioned comfort SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "ROMEO in color. Saturday, June 22 shows al and 9 00 p m ADULT. FORT Theatre "LITTLE BIG MAN" in color. Starring Dustm Hoff- man. Saturday. June 22 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "CARRY ON 'ROUND THE BEND" in color Sunday. June 23 Show al 7-30 p m RESTRICTED ADULT MILK Theatre "HELLS ANGELS ON WHEELS" in color. Starnng Adarr Rourke. Saturday. June 22 show at p m MATURE ADULTS ONLY PINCHER Theatre "CLASS OF '44" m color Starting Gary Gnmes and Jerry Houser Saturday, June 22. Shows at 700 and 9 00 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "THE YOUNG NURSES" m color. Sunday, June 23 Show al 7 30 p.rn RESTRICTED ADULT TABER Theatre "THE SOUNDER" in color. Slamng Cecily Tyson and Paul Windfteld. Saturday. June 22 Shows at 7-00 and 9-00 p m FAMILY Sex film seized LONDON (AP) Linda Lovelace, the American actress who won notoriety with her demonstrations of sex- ual expertise in un- derground movies, pos- ed topless outside her London hotel Thursday and chided British customs for seizing her best-known movie, Deep Throat. "I think it's terrible." Miss Lovelace said of the decision as spec- tators craned to behold her in top hat, tails, striped pants and no shirt. The sight of her bared bosom almost caused a traffic acci- dent in busy Park Lane. The customs por- nographic section ruled the United States movie indecent after anti- pornogi-aphy campaign- ers demanded it be barred from Britain. dian Council for Business and the Arts will be officially formed Aug 1 to serve as a kind of information clearing house, liaison office and catalyst to make business leaders aware of the benefits to be derived from investing in Canadian cultural ac- tivities Mr. Bovey said many busi- nessmen tend to be poorly in- formed and do not realize that furnishing their offices with Canadian paintings and sculp- ture can pay off in terms of community public relations, as a profitable cash invest- ment and as a 20-per-cent tax write-off. Arnold Edinborough, 51, a Financial Post columnist, will be president of the arts coun- cil. Initial funds for the council will be provided by a loan from the Canada Council and an expected grant from an un- specified arts foundation. HOLLYWOOD, Calif. With several box-office killings behind him Clint Eastwood shows that he still has his eye on the target in the current United Artists release, "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot." At first using only six- shooters and rifles, Eastwood shot his way to the top as the nation's No. 1 box-office star in such films as "A Fistful of "Dirty Harry" and "Magnum Force." Now, armed with a 20mm. armour-piercing cannon in "Thunderbolt and Eastwood is ready for even greater financial rewards in the adventure drama set in contemporary Montana. Jeff Bridges and George Kennedy co-star in "Thunder- A ir lines seek fare increases MONTREAL (CP) Can- ada's major airlines today fil- ed applications for domestic passenger fare increases averaging 9.5 per cent. In a joint statement, Air Canada and CP Air said the in- crease is needed partially to offset a "tremendous increase in the price of aviation fuel in particular and of mounting op- erating and ground costs in general Air Canada's fuel bill is expected to increase by about million in 1974 while CP Air forecasts an increase of million. The new fares become effective July 21 after review by the Canadian transport commission, an Air Canada spokesman said. The airlines were granted a 10.5-per-cent increase in domestic passenger fares last February. The new increase brings aggregate domestic air fare increases to 20 per cent this year. All domestic air fares will rise under the new proposal, but discount structures in- cluding family plan and group travel will be retained, the joint statement said. Under the proposed increases, an economy class ticket from Toronto to Van- couver would rise to from college cinema STARTS WEDNESDAY Just for the fun of it! BUTCH SUNDANCE ARE COMING BACK! Show Times SE'uiday JJT 12 PARAMOUNT THEATRE EXORCIST 7 00 9 OC Nn Short TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short 2 IS 7 15 9 15 WHERE THE LILUES 8LOOM 2 40 740 915 LAST COMPLETE SHOW S 20 FAMILY ENTE-RTAJNMENi COLLEGE CINEMA Strori SubjPdS 7 00 9 05 SUGARLAND EXPRESS 7 15 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 905 ADUtT NOT SUITABLE COR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE CAMILL US MARSHALL 1000 MAUPIE 1205 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 10 00 GATES OPEN 9 00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT green acres drive-in MONDAY and TUESDAY Count 327 1100 2 FIRST RUN HORROR SHOWS 2 Adult, Not tor CMMran I TMEVfeUVBT House sews wmwjngaferannc tm- THE VtUflET SECOND FEATURE "CBYPT OF THE LIVING DEAD in TECHNICOLOR bolt and Lightfoot." a Malpaso Company Film. CLINT EASTWOOD .'.NJOY A SHOW If COMFORT i _ pararnoun TONIGHT thru TUES. 1 AT P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT Frightening talt of demonic extremely courve language and repulsive sequences may be disturbing to some. THE EXORCIST HURRY LAST FEW DAYS! Showing Sunday at p.m. College Shopping MM college cinema Mayor Mayarti Or 328-6300 NOW SHOWING AT and p.m. SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN A gni with a great following 600 troopers on her tail. And the rest of the country cheering her on. i tun mt auannutnu t tpp LOU Staring Sunday at pjn. green acres drive-in Mayor Magrath Di S CoutU Hwy 327 1100 TONIGHT and SUNDAY FAMILY i FIRST RUN DRIVE-IN IHITN0.2J JOHN WAYNE tote ten aiBpHU H13 pji. 1 Gales Ope" 9 15 cm I One Complete Show I 1 10 00 p m I ;