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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 2, 1974-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-7 Girl chasing 'healthy' TORONTO (CP) "Live on a tropical beach Eat sea- weed Chase catch them That, says industrial psy- chologist and author Jack McQuaig of Toronto, is the ideal way for modern man to avoid stress and an early grave He told a group of business executives Thursday that they must challenge their bodies and minds because "that's how our species was devel- oped over millions of years He dwelt at length on men- tal health -w -w 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 midor 10 ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Saturday March 2 Upstairs RAYMOND CANADIANS Downstairs CHEMOS Community Services Department CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Men's Gym Swim Program Civic Sports Centre Complex 11th Street 5th Avenue South The program will consist of moderate physical exercise and recreational games in the gym, followed by a refreshing swim m the Fritz Sick Pool WHEN: Wednesday evenings from p.m. March 6 April 17, 1974 (7 sessions) REGISTRATION: FEES: All gentlemen interested in taking part may register in Gym No. 1 of the Civic Sports Centre on opening night Wednesday, March 6, 1974, starting at p.m. Running shoes, gym shorts, T-shirt, bathing suit and towel are the recom- mended equipment items. for 7 sessions For further information, contact the Community Services Dept.'s Office at 328-2341, Local 256. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL in color Saturday March 2 show at 7 00 and 900 pm FAMILY FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre 'WHEN THE LEGENDS DIE' in color Starring Richard -Widmark Saturday. March 2. show at 800 p.m. "CLOCK-WORK ORANGE" m color Original uncut version Sunday Monday Tuesday, March 3. 4 and 5 Sunday show at 8 00 p m RESTRICTED ADULT WARNING EXTREME VIOLENCE MAY BE 10NABLE TO SOME MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "SOUNDER" OT color Starring Cicely Tysor Sat- and Sunday. March 2 and 3 Shows at 8 30 p m FAMILY PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "ROBIN HOOD" m color Saturday. March 2 show at 7 00 and 9 00 p m FAMILY BONNIE AND CLYDE" in color Starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway Sunday. March 3 show at 7 30 p m ADULT TABER Tower Theatre "PAPER MOON" m color Starring Ryan O'Neil and Tatum O'Nel Saturday, March 2 shows at 7 00 and 9-00 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Grits need strong base in Alberta BOB RUSSELL DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dontal Mechanic 5th St S Ph 327-7244 EDMONTON Out- going Alberta Liberal Leader Bob Russell told party mem- bers Friday a strong provincial organization will help the federal wing of the p'arty "Until we build a strong provincial base, we won't win federal he told delegates at the party leadership convention Mr Russell, stepping down after three unsuccessful at- tempts to win a seat in the leg- islature, said the federal and provincial wings of the party must work together The Liberals failed to win an Alberta seat in the 1972 federal election when the Progressive Conservatives swept all 19 seats The Liberals also were blanked in the 1971 provincial election The Progressive Conservative government in Alberta came under fire from When you're in the mood For Something that s Exciting New and Different In Portrait Photography Give us a Call A. 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CROSS STUDIO LETHBRIDGE FOLK ARTS COUNCIL invites ETHNO-CULTURAL GROUPS to participate in the International Folk Music Song and Dance Festival to the held on Sunday, March 17 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Your are cordially invited to attend and participate Deadline March 10 Contact Diane Shirley Dept of University of Lethbridge Phone 329-2518 the retiring leader, who called it 'iat and happy with lots of money in the bank "They are not tackling all the problems and the cracks are beginning to said Mr Russell, an advertising executive from suburban St Albert He said Premier Peter Lougheed assures Albertans there is enough natural gas to last 100 years, "but the premier never tells us what the price will be then Mr Russell, who vowed 'o run for the party again either provmcially or federally, called on delegates to give the new leader the necessary financial support to rebuild the party, which hasn't been a factor in provincial politics since the 1950s You must be prepared to pay for it You can't send him out there alone NOT DISCOURAGED Senator Gil Molgat of Mani- toba president of the Liberal party of Canada, said he wasn't discouraged by the last federal election 'Liberals in Alberta haven't given up The reaction from Liberals across the country is that Canada needs Albertans in Ottawa on the government side" Senator Molgat added that more attention must be paid to recruiting young people into the party Art Lut? of Calgary, retiring alter two years as provincial president, said the financial picture has brightened considerably in the last year The party went from a deficit to a surplus Convention proceedings were disrupted by noise from outside the meeting room generated by demonstrations for leadership candidates Nick Taylor and John Borger Most of the delegates drifted out of the plenary session to part in festivities and only about 30 persons were left when a resolution was approved calling for a policy convention later this year Supporters of a resolution backing the federal govern- ment's energy policy said they would wait until today to in- troduce it so it would get the undivided attention of dele- gates Convention organizers were predicting up 800 delegates, but less than half that number showed up the first day Show Times Disneyland, Palm Springs, Grand Canyon. Tou-s May 11, from 16 days transportation and accomodation (twin) Reno San Francisco Fisherman s Wharf Hollywood Knotts Berry Farm Disneyland Palm Springs Grand Canyon and Las Vegas April Easter Holiday Disneyland Tour as low as 11 days transportation and accommodation (twin) Dsno San Francisco Hollywood Disneyland Las Vegas Florida 8 as low as 27 days transportation and accommodation Washington D C Cape Kennedy Space Centre Coco Beach Fort Lauderdale Miami Beach Walt Disney World Pensacola Nassau in the Bahamas New Orleans El Paso Texas Juarez Mexico Phoenix Las Vegas and Expo 74 Spokane (2 days) Eastern Canada Enquire about Expo 74 in bpoxane AS iow asyiua per person a day tours. Transportation and accomodation All Tours Now On The New SightSMing Star NORTHERN BUS TOURS LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 327-3536 Saturday March 2 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9 05 WAY WE WERE 7 10 9 15 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 05 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA SUNDAY MATINEE Short Subjects 2 15 ROBIN HOOD 3 00 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 2 15 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Short Subjects 715 925 ROBIN HOOD 800 1010 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 25 COLLEGE CINEMA MAGNUM FORCE 7 00 9 05 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 05 RESTRICTED ADULT Sunday March 3 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Sho'rt Subjects 8 15 WAY WE WERE 8 25 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA MATINEE Short Subjects 2 15 ROBIN HOOD 300 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 2 15 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT EVENING Short Subjects 8 15 CARRY ON MATRON 8 40 COMPLETE SHOW 8 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA MAGNUM FORCE 8 15 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 15 RESTRICTED ADULT Fired Alberta doctor loses pay award case OTTAWA (CP) The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed Friday an appeal by Dr John R Jenkins who sought a salary award arising from his dismissal from the Oliver Alta mental hospital Dr Jenkins was suspended without pay by officials of the pi ovincially owned hospital and he appealed to a public service board The grievance hearing went on for nine months and ended when Dr Jenkins signed a release and tendered his resignation He also received about Dr Jenkins alleged that payment was for damages he suffered arising from his suspension and went to court seeking back salary The government argued that the money paid was for salary and that the doctor was not entitled to any damages Dr Jenkins after losing at trial and in the Alberta Court of Appeal, appealed to the Supreme Court of Canada After a hearing of about an hour the high court rejected Dr Jenkins arguments 81 UNEMPLOYED ZURICH (Reuter) Switzerland had only 81 unemployed last year a record low level-out of a working population ot three million, official statistics published today showed The average number of unemployed in 1972 was 100 In 1971, the figure was 104 MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALLS AVE.13 ST. N. SATURDAY, MARCH 2-9 P.M. -1 A.M. MUSIC BY THE "BOW RIVER BOYS" members and invited guests THE CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION presents CDC alberta estiva. A SEMES OF TEN FREE PUBLIC CONCERTS March 4 30 p.m. March 8 March 9 8.30p.m. March 1 1 8.30 pjn, March 12 Jon Victors Tenor Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra Maurice Hanto'd conducting Guesl Arjis! Roxolana Roslali Soprano Tht Original Ctsti Festival Singers of Canada iseJet c Edmonton Sluden' Union BuitOmg Calgary i Alberta Jubilee Avt3il I LABOR CLUB I WEEKLY BINQO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 58 Numbers 10th Game Blackout in 58 Numbers 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 also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SERIES RETURNS CBC-TV's internationally produced classical music series World of Music return- ed tc the network in late January It can be heai d Sun- day afternoons college cinema ?0th Miyoi NOW SHOWING Adult SHOWING SUNDAY at p.m. paramount cinema 8th St K. 4th So ih 327 MOO TODAY AND SUNDAY MATINEE ONLY FAMILY WAY IT REALLY HAPPENED1 TECHNICOLOR SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY paramount Slti S> S tth A.r South 327 5100 NOW SHOWING 6 Academy 6 Award Nominations ft BEDFORD TOGETHER! Showing Sunday at p.m. paramount inertia Starts Sunday One Complete Show p.m. Calgary Hotel Calgary Soii-h March 18 940pm March 27 t-3Dp.m. March 28 Bernard Tirgeon. Baritone Aocornjiantsl Ernesto lejano Caleary Philharmiic Orchestra trie Wild conducting Guesl artist William Aide oano Ednonton Symphony Orchestra Pierre Hetu conduct no Zeltan SreVely viol n Lethbridge Memo rial Cent'0 Calgary Soulh Edmonton Alberts Jubilee Audit Uis Marshall. Soprano Sluart Hamilton Edmonton April 1 Tlii Paul Horn Qiintit Edmonton U A r ouilding AprilS Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Edmonton t-.30p.Tn. Pierre Helu conducting Guesl artist Judy Loman harp Holt- Jubilee tudti concerts will be performed in public and recorded for broadcast at a Jater date on the CBC's Radio Network The public is invited to enjoy these outstanding Canadian musical groups and soloists by obtaining tickets as soon as possible from LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. General admission for each concert is free ft THANK THE AND HIS STAFF. DEAR. WE DELIVER LUV! Monday 2 Shows and p.m. flaw A PETER ROGERS PRODUCTION ADULT KiNHETH WliUAMS-CtiARLBS HAWTttY mtmmS-BERNARV BRCSSUW KENNETH OM- TCRWSCOTT BARBARA WINDSOR'KEHNETti CONNOR ;