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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta New prices announced VANCOUVER (CP) - Com Ineo Ltd. has announced 50-cent> per-pound Increases in Its domestic prices for cadmium and bismuth. The new price for bismuth is $4.50 per pound for ton lots and over, and $4.75 per pound for less than ton lots. Cadmium will sell for $3.75 per pound in ton lots and $3.95 per pound in lesser amounts. * BALDWIN PIANOS and ORGANS THE SOUND INVESTMENT ir ACCORDIONS and GUITARS if STUDENT AMPLIFIERS and ACCESSORIES NEW AND USED BERTI SCHOOL OF MUSIC 2646 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE PHONE 327-0113 Around the cornor from the Park Plaza Motel The Lethbridge ELKS CLUB 1251-3rd Ave. S. Is pleased to present for your listening and dancing pleasure 'The Dean Thompson Show March 5th to 10th - 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. In the Lounge MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI ..........._i.............._.......___________,_______.........j It BELIEVE? Ift our 3rd Anniversary and wt are celebrating by offering . .   5 Hours of Private Instruction  5 Hours of Class Instruction  5 Top Hat Dance Club Parties FOR ONLY '21 .60 Come in and learn hew to become the dancer you've always wanted to be. If t easy ... It's fun . . . and we'll prava that you can learn . ., and at a saving ... the Monte Carlo,Wayl For More Information Call MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY 327-1442 Afternoons and Evenings - Mon. thru Frt. OFFER HELD OVER 1 DAY IllTlllii Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E , m * LimJJ ueTBBlTnHTI i.....j in 111 n /l' h i in i i ........................................II!!! fpHE GETAWAY is vivid, violent and voyeuristic, which is to say that it is directed by Sam Pecktnpah. It also has great vitality that almost offsets the usual nerve- Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects - 7:00, 9:00 "Snowball Express" 7:30, 9:35 Last Complete Show - 9:00 Family Saturday Short Subjects - 2:15, 7:00, 9:00 "Snowball Express" 1:45, 7:30, 9:35 Last Complete Show - 9:00 Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday "Cabaret" 7:15, 9:20 Last Complete Show - 9:20 Restricted Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects - 7:00, 9:10 "The Getaway" 7:10, 9:20 Last Complete Show - 9:10 Restricted Adult Saturday Special Matinee - "Clarence the Crosseyed Lion" - 1:00, 3:00 Two Complete Shows - 1:00, 3:00 Family grating rawness of a Pecldnpah production, a superb cast of minor players, some odd cutting, and great photography. And Steve McQueen. And McQueen has charisma. He is one of the few (Paul Newman is another) in the era of the non-actor who has that genuine toe-curling, knock-'em-in the-aisles, star-quality that is a legacy from the golden days of Hollywood. It's a bonus that he is also very good at his trade. Here^he amd Ali MacGraw make their debut as a twosome that has box-office-rocking potential. For that reason alone The Getaway is worth seeing. The vehicle, as a launching pad to this is, a slam-bang chase with McQueen and MacGraw lugging around $500,000 in loot, on the lam from both sides of the law. It's an entertaining movie, thanks to its cast, overloaded at times with heavy symbolism, and too often plainly disgusting. So see it then if you will, for the best of reasons ... for its verve not its nerve. * * * OSCAR: This is the 45th year of the great Hollywood production colony awards. The win' ners will be known March 27 with the usual global television program. Now the jockeying begins with' somewhat discreet ads placed in the trade paper and the talk shows redolent with stars flogging their candidacy. Here you can pet a sec- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "WAR BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN" - In color. Starring Jack Lemon. Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult. Special Saturday matinee at 2:00 p.m. "THE DISORDERLY ORDERLY" - In color. Starring Jerry Lewis and Susan Oliver. Family. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "TORA, TORA, TORA" - In color. Starring Jason Robards and E. G. Marshall. Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre "WHAT'S UP DOC?" - In Technicolor. Starring Ryan O'Neal Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Family. TABER - Tower Theatre "THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE" - In color. Starring Lee Van Cleef. Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3. Friday snows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Family. SCANDINAVIAN LODGE REGULAR DANCE Music by the SWING KINGS Sat., March 3rd, 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. SCANDINAVIAN HALL - 229- 12 St. 'C N. MEMBERS AND GUESTS ond look at one of the top con-| tenders, Cabaret, .and first screenings are scheduled in the near future for others, notably the Poseidon Adventure. There are no special effects nominations this year, visual or sound, which may be puzzling in that the very special appeal of the Poseidon Adventure, now breaking box office records everywhere, is in this particular category. It's about time, too, that an award for stuntman of the year was offered.' With the increase of film violence, the return of the classic chase scene, and so many movies beefed up by the sheer excitement of stunt action, some recognition is justified. After all, the guys and the gals can't get insurance; they should at least have a crack at an Oscar! * * - * SERENADE: Wednesday at tlie Yates mezzo-soprano Nora Rose in. recital This is part of the University of Lethbridge concert series. Mrs. Rose will sing a group of Elizabethan love songs, folk songs and operatic arias. She is a charming artist and a fine actress. This latter quality always adds extra dimension to her performance. Her accompanist, John Scarchfield, is in the mould of Gerald Moore, with total sympathy to both performance and performer. An added delight will be an opportunity to see and hear the harpsichord which is being brought from the University for the recital. BLAH: From Blues to total Blah in the 30-minute follow-up to Wednesday's special on venereal disease. CBC evidently felt some danger that viewers might switch off at the conclusion of this highly - effective production, just might decide to do a little thinking for themselves, just might have their own family rap session. So what did we get? A post discussion that could be likened to a group analysis of the arsonist while the"whole town burns down. Nowl Lethbridge's Newest TAKE-OUT SERVICE Located across the strast from rh� Paramount Thtatf s Town Chef Superb BEEF DIP to GO! Ttnder roast boef in a big crusty hogey bun, zosty au jut gravy, crisp (ranch frits. 1.45 INDIVIDUAL PACK Delightfully different for parties, take out lunches, and at-home dining. 3 or more orders delivered FREE anywhere In Lethbridge PHONE 327-6412 *He JTonm (Chef Judge rules film obscene NEW YORK (AP) - A Criminal Court judge said Thursday the hard-core pornographic film Deep Throat to be the "nadir of decadence" and found it "indisputably obscene by any legal measurement." Judge Joel Tyler found the defendant corporation guilty of two counts of promoting obscenity and ruled it could be fined up to twice the amount of the profits the movie has grossed since it opened here last June. The fine will be set later. The city brought' the obscenity proceeding against Mature Enterprises Inc. in a test case as part of its drive to clran up Times Square. The trial was held without a jury. Lethbridge Community College Harlequin Players Present "YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN" A TWO ACT MUSICAL COMEDY Featuring all the famous characters from the Schultz Cartoon PATTY - LUCY - SCHROEDER - LINUS - SNOOPY and CHARLIE BROWN One doy In the event filled life of Charlie Brown YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE THURS., FRI., SAT., MARCH 1-2-3 EVENINGS at 8 p.m. - MATINEE SATURDAY 2 p.m. Tickets on Sale at LEISTER'S MUSIC, 4th Ave. Each $1.00 r i ANNOUNCING CHANGE OF HOURS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY WE Will REMAIN OPEN: i ITit vriu KCirtMini wren: � Mon. thru Wed. - 6:30 a.m. -1:00 a.m. I I ThuTS., Fri., Sat. - 6:30 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. I Sundays and Holidays from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. ALEXANDRA RESTAURANT "The finest in Western and Chinese Cuisine" 328.5th STREET S. PHONE 327-2844 LICENSED DINING ROOM I I I I Friday, March 2, 1973 - THE LITHBRIDOI HERALD - H Moose wander into streets of Anchorage ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - The moose are starting to wander into the streets and gardens of Anchorage as they usually do every winter, and this city of 130,000 again is taking on the appearance of a zoo. The, big beasts, weighing up to nearly a ton, are simply hungry, and the open spaces, in and around Anchorage have an abundant supply of the foods moose like best, such as willow and birch shrubs. Residents of Anchorage are used to the annual visit of some 800 to 1,300 moose, but they've learned to avoid being blase about it. "My daughter demolished a four-door sedan," one city official explained. "She hit a moose who kicked the car to pieces trying to get off the hood." North gas well \ tests continue ; CALGARY (CP) - Gulf Olj Canada and Mobil Oil Canadi announced here that their joint wildcat well in the Mad-kenzie Delta 60 miles nortij west of Inuvik, N.W.T., oaf flowed gas in three tests ootv ducted through casing perforations between 7,000 and 8,000 foot. ? The well was drilled to a depth of 9,050 feet and tevaa inch casing was cemented at 0,158 feet. Gulf Canada said in a nana release that testing is continuing. FREE . . Car Wash Wil H f. A ',( >l INl 'Dnn.L [TEXACO]' It's bad luck to wear new boots on pole BOSTON (AP) - It's bad luck for a powerline worker to wear new boots when he .climbs a pole. Maxie Compton of Sumter, S.C., bucked the superstition and lost last autumn when he wore shiny new boots up a pole and a loose line sent 23,000 volts of electricity through his body. The jolt left Compton partly paralysed, his body badly burned and partially blind. However, he is determined to overcome the disabilities. "When I get out of here, I'm going to climb one more pole," he says, "and I want my wife to take a picture of me doing it." Compton, 33, is undergoing rehabilitation in the spinal cord unit at the Boston University Medical Centre. Even though his doctors say it will be a "long haul," they say he is making a remarkable comeback. LAVENDER: At least a dingy mauve. Purple Play house, an eagerly anticipated offering for a Sunday evening, Not to fault Barry Morse. He was in rare Tod Slaughter form as Sweeney Todd, the instant pie-filling innovator. Sets, atmosphere were just fine for this initial retrospective of Victorian Melladrasma. But, Mr. Morse aside, the players obviously did not understand the genre. However, another look this week may find the players catching the coat-tails of another fine old stager, Tony Van Bridge ... not hanging on to them. *  * IN BANFF: And on stage tonight at the provincial one-act festival, Lethbridge Youth Theatre's Bowman Players and their production of Babel Rap. Festival weekend offers six plays and workshops with Theatre Calgary's Harold Bald-ridge (acting-directing), George Dexter (design) of Edmonton's Theatre Three, and J. E. Cost-ley (community theatre). The plays will be adjudicated by Esse Jungh. Good adjudicators, and Mr. Jungh is outstanding, are not easy to find. Dr. Brian Tyson of the University of Lethbridge, who served this same office at the local regional festival, was splendid, critically astute to the benefit of the participants, entertainingly informative for the audience.    WRITERS: It is interesting to note that the winning plays in the one-act festivals in Medicine Hat, Red Deer and Lethbridge were all works by Oana dian playwrights. And its good to see that Theatre Calgary will include in its season, and opening this Wednesday Leaving Home by Canadian . David French. Without too much flag waving, something good is happening which may encourage more writers to get into the act. The provincial playwriting competition is at least an opportunity to get a decent and free appraisal of your work. Deadline for script entry for adult competition, one-act or three is April 16. You can get more information by writing the Supervisor of Drama, Culture, Youth and Recreation, CN Tower, Edmonton. college cinema KWi An. * Mayor MtgrMh Dr.a2S�M� SAT. and SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY CHILDREN'S MATilNEES r The roaringly funny - % % y& tale of a cross-eyed A {pfH lion who is almost human.. Clarence the. ^Ef"^w MetroCOLOR betsy ftiowRs chum. THOMPSON DW-M-li^MCEI MetroCOLOR All SEATS 1U 2 SHOWS SAT. AT 1 P.M. AND 3 P.M. SUNDAY ONE SHOW ONLY AT 2:15 P.M. AND TONIGHT ... At the Yates, The Harlequin Players and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Kim Hall, who has the title role, you may remember, was one of the children in Musical Theatre's South Pacific some years ago; There's a performance at 2 p.m. and at 8 p.m. Saturday. Why not take the kids to the matinee? An afternoon in the theatre will always give a better return than a security blanket. CBC network actress dies TORONTO (CP) - Dramatic actress - Josephine Barrington Tatlow, a principal performer on CBC radio since 1948, died here. She also appeared frequently on stage and television. After attending the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, she performed with the New Play Society and the Inter, national Players and, by 1951, was in the Niagara Summer Theatre. In 1956-57 she appeared at the Piccadilly Theatre in Londons West End with Peter Ustinov. She started with CBC television in 1953 and was nominated for CBC awards for her work in the McQueen series. Her most recent CBC appearances were in Dr. Bernard, Psychiatrist and the Jalna series. paramount v cinema m St. * 4k An. South. 327� 109 NOW SHOWING At 7:15 and 9:25 p.m. NOMINATED FOR 10 ACADEMY AWARDS Including ''BEST PICTURE Restricted Adult .. ._-.hwu.tt.MA.Uza Minnelli Michael York, ' Helmut Qriem.iirM�iMirM�iC8baret*MiibiBHinsoR rduw�pp�r-Joel Grey.irMf THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION FRIDAY - BEAVER ROOM "VERA, MURIEL AND WILLY" SATURDAY - VIMY LOUNGE "THE RANCHBOYS" CABARET "THE METROS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT paramount t* St k 4* A�S, SsMk. 3Z7-M0) T0NITE and SAT. AT 7:00 AND 9:10 P.M. UlattGOisney  i van, ��MOP - W  WorldS j ciiu wilt t TECHNICOLORS MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P.M. �STEVE McQUEEN/ALI MocGRAW IN THE GIETAWAY p FILMED IN TODD-AO 35  technicolor* THE MOST EXCITING SHOW SINCE "BULLITT" RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema as* An. a M*w Mm* Dr. 32t�30� T0NITE and SAT. AT 7:00 AND 9:10 P.M. 10 ;