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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Quebec-produced movies popular MONTREAL (CP) Film star Jeace Moreau of France arrived here yesterday to be- gin work on her first Quebec- made feature, a romantic melo- drama written and directed by Pierre Duccppe. Miss Moreau told a news con- ference she attracted both by the simplicity of the story, entitle Je Love and the opportunity to work in Quebec cinema. It is'no accident that Quebec films are so popular now in she said. "I think they are today's new wave." Tile 45-year-old actress made her reputation in such films as Francois Truffaut's Jules et Jim and Louis Malice's Les Lovers. Her role in Je T'aime is that of a rich French woman who leaves Paris for a new life in a small Quebec town. The film, produced by Cine- video, Les Productions Mu- tuelles and United Theatres, Is budgeted at approximately and partly financed by (he Canadian Film Develop- ment Corporation. Shooting is to begin Monday in the town of La Minerve, miles northwest of Montreal. ECOLOGICAL DEVICES At Inuvik, N.W.T., homes are built on wooden piles or pads of gravel so they will not melt the permafrost. (WE DARE YOU) Nol to have the time of your life by engaging in our parties, trips and dance classes. Fully qualified slaff of 12 to teach you any or all dances. (SPECIAL of SPECIALS) 10 LESSONS ONLY 10 DOLLARS Call 1 p.m.-10 p.m. daily except Sat. from Tl-4 p.m. FOLLGARD DANCE CLUES 626 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-0548 Turntable topics Don Pilling Ted Heath and Iris music One the best, one of the most accomplished and one of the most active bands of the post-war era was the unit head- ed by Englishman Ted Heath. Heath became fired with the idea o! his own band in 1942 when he heard Glenn Miller's there's really nothing quite like' and always will be, something the sound that has been cap- tured in the latest discs. Let's take a look at what I mean. Salute To Glenn Miller. This is the newest effort by American Air Force crew, sta- the Heath men and it's a trip tioned in Britain. The forceful down memory lane that I would swing and full-bodied brass sound fascinated him. He gain- ed financial backing, gathered together some of the top side- men in England and Scotland and Ted Heath and his Music became a reality. The winner, of course, was the public. The Heath band de- veloned a huge following in England, on the, continent and, actually, throughout the world. They topped all English music polls year in and year out, and two American tours were enor- mous successess. both musical- ly and financially. Americans and Cacadains the Heath or- chestra appeared in Calgary in 1958 knew a good thing when gladly take each day, seven davs a week. For Uie big band' out buff, this is the ultimate. special. (London The Big Ones. This album is somewhat of a sleeper, complete with a new look at new music. The Heath orchestra strays from the usual jazz and swing standards to a set of contemp- orary tunes that get a fresh, tnd certainly a robust work- The favorites here are Blood, The songs selected are Sweat and Tears' big hit, Spin- from the Miller book, and in ninp: Wheel, Light My Fire, the tliis writer's case it was hear-1 Beatles' Get Backr and a great ing the original Glenn Miller band so many years ago that increased my appreciation for this music of incomparable taste and beauty. And the sound gn arrangement of Good Morning Sfarshine. It's a different big outing and it's excellent. this series so much that anoth- er one was automatic. Again the songs are from the IMO's and four of the standouts are Stan Kenton's Intermission Biff Count Basic's Jumpin' at the Woods i d e, Tommy Opus No. 1 and Benny Good- man's Jersey Bounce. The arrangements are a treat to the car and the full-bodied sound would make any self-re- stereo squeal with glee. (Lindon SP44113X Those Were The Days. Another fine album complete with a set of fine songs, some old. some new. Arrangements of Canadian Darlin', What has been captured in the Girl Talk, Swing Low Sweet Phase 4 way of doing things is they heard it. Desoite Ted Heath's death two years ago, the orchestra still records, I'm delighted to report, for the London Phase 4 label, and with the tremendous advancements being made in today's recording techniques, of a big band is, to me, and superb, simply superb. (Londou countless others, a thing of beauty. Nothing is missing in this al- bum, ranging from never-to-be- forgotten Miller ballads such as his theme, Moonlight Serenade, At Last and Serenade in Blue Swing Is King. Vol. 1. Tliis is an album that Chariot, When the Saints Go In, amonp others, are excellent. Once again the Heath Saturday, March 10, 1973 THE LETHWtlDGI HIKMD f Martin claims auto pact allegations 'concoctions' men rise to the occasion by playing the charts exactly the, ;n Vietnam was way arranger Johnnv Keating OTTAWA (CP) The United States government agreed to the Canada-United States auto pact in 1985 because of hopes that it would induce Canada to participate in the Vietnam war, Senator Vance Hartke says. Hartke, a Democrat from In- diana, was interviewed on the CBC program Encounter, tele- cast Thursday night. He repeated previous asser- tions that the auto pact amounted to foreign aid for Canada because it transferred U.S.1 jobs to Canada and added: "The fact of It was that this was put into effect at a time when there was at least a thought in some of those people who favored the war, that by giving this type of incentive, tlu's type of foreign aid, to Can- ada that they would come and involve themselves in the war upporting evidence for his as- sertion. Under the 1965 auto pact, auto manufacturers were allowed to hip cars and parts across the duty-free, making pos- ibie a continental auto in- ustry. Several plants Dullt in Canada and the U.S. igreed that almost as many :ars would be made in Canada as were sold here. recorded when Ted Heath was intended. (London alive and directing tlie band lo some of its greatest heights. He described his view of how Lester Pearson, then prime minister, went to the Texas to the swinging side of In the j Mine Mood, string of Pearls and j the 193M2 swing era, including >me 01 us greatest neifmis. Lovers of big band mus c, iDA" Featured are some of the all- tate Lefhbridae's uniaue President Johnson to me great swing tunes from i Big Band, under the direction j the Pact- Tuxedo Junction. The only sad note, of course, 13 that neither Glenn Miller nor Art! Shaw's Begin the Beguire, Jimmy Dorsey's Contrasts, Duke Ellington's Take The A (Train, Tommy Dorsey's Song of that talented saxophonist Nicholas Kucheran, will pre- sent a concert at the Yatcs Sunday afternoon, March 18, at HELD TALKS prime minister of Can ada was taken down to the 2 o'clock in tribute to veteran and fhe President talked Ted Haeth were alive to enjoy. of India and Woody Herman's Lcthbridge bandmaster Frank 'to about involved in and to thrill to music that is, Woodchoppcrs' Ball. It's swing llosek. there and saving democracy ELKS PUBUC RIN60 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 48 NOS. in 49 NOS. in 50 NOS. If no bingo called after 50 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 53 NOS. If no bingo called we will continue far NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AllOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY SATURDAY TON1TE LOUNGE "Dean Thompson Show" UPSTAIRS "Raymond Canadians" The BPO Elks Present "The Big Band in Concert" Sunday, March IB Yates Centre 2 p.m. Honoring FRANK HOSEK Tickets each, available at Irie Elrts Club or Leister's Music SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BIBLE" In color. Starring Stephen Boyd, Ava Gardner, Peter O'Toole and Richard Harris. Saturday, March 10. One show only at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BUTTERFLIES ARE FRE" In color. Starring Goldie Hawn and Edward Albert. Nominated for 3 academy awards. Saturday, March 10. Shows at and p.m. Adult. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theqtra "EMBASSY" In color, Starring Richard Rowntrec, Brcderick Crawford and Chuck Connors. Saturday, March 10. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Sunday, March 11 at p.m. "SOLDIER BLUE" In color. Starring Cnndice Bergen, Peter Strauss and EKan- ald Pleascnce. Restricted Adult. TABER Tpwer Theatre "WHAT'S UP In color. Starring Barbra Streis- and and Ryan O'Neal. Saturday, March 10. Shows at and p.m. Family. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m.. Cash Jackpot in 49 Nos........... Game No. 1 50 10 Games Blackout in 57 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card 51.00 All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 14 Nol Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club ream for members their Invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facitftifts Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SAT., MARCH 10th p.m.' Music by "JACK BLECH" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY ATTENTION! 'PHIL LETHBRIDGE FANS' You are invited to attend a BUFFET SUPPER AND DANCE with "PHIL LETHBRIDGE and THE WEST WINDS" SATURDAY, MARCH 24th LGTH. EXHIBITION 4H BUILDING Only Per Person REFRESHMENTS AVAILABtE lickels will be told af door you muit have your tickets by March 17th For more Information contact 327-9023 of. its best played by a group of truly talented musicians. (London Swing Is King. Vol. 2. The Heath band obviously en- joyed doing the first album in It's bound to be an entertain- j antl helping the.Americans out ing afternoon and honoring Frank Hosek Is an excellent idea. Tickets are available at Leister's, the Elks' Club or from any member of the band, Join me, won't you? Clergymen rally around embattled Cyprus leader NICOSIA, Cyprus CAP) The Cypriot clergy rallied today to the side of Archbishop Ma- THE B.P.O. ELKS LETHBRIDGE LODGE NO. 37 Present "THE BIG BAND" IN CONCERT Honoring FRANK HOSEK SUNDAY, MARCH 18-2 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets available at LEISTER'S or lethbridge Elks Club each Tig Pen' found dead CORTE MADERA, Calif. (APJ Ron McKernan, the 27- year-old "Pig Pen" of the Grateful Dead rock group, was found dead Thursday night in his apartment in this San Fran, cisco Bay area community. McKernan's body was fount n the floor of his bedroom by a eighbor who had not seen him or two days, the Marin County oroner's office said. Friends said McKernan suf- V LABOR CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Tonight Saturday "COUNTRY BLUES" Members and their guests only! 4 4 4 MARRIAGE COURSE FOR: Peopfe planning lo get married and married couples who wish to clarify their thinking about various aspects of marriage. r TOPICS: Budgeting, finances, interpersonal relationships, sex and sexualily, parenthood, religion and values. GIVEN BYr People well qualified in the fields of economics, sociology, psychology and medicine, along with mar- ried couples, a minister and a priest, WHERE: EDUCATION CENTRE 534 STREET SOUTH WHEN. Six successive Sunday evenings at 8 p.m. beginning Sunday, March 11th. ered from hepatitis, an illness 'ne hat prevented him from play- tarios, the embattled president )t Cyprus, as be defied an at- empt to defrock Mm by bish- ops supporting guerrilla chief- tain George Grivas. The three bishops of the Holy Synod of the Greek Orthodox Church of Cyprus ordered Ma- tarios expelled from the clergy Thursday, saying he had vio- lated church law by holding public office. Makarios, who last month be- gan" his third five-year term as president, scoffed at the deci- sion, declared it "of no value whatsoever' and said it "dis played a dark medieval men- tality amounting to utter con- tempt for the people." A statement by 20 senior priests, including abbots of the six monasteries, said in Vietnam. "And there were some state- ments indicating that there might be a change of thought, so they gave the Canadian au- tomobile agreement, in my judgment, as a direct trade-off just as we gave the Philippines million to go ahead and send a thousand troops to Viet- nam. "They thought Canada was going lo come in the war vith us but they didn't. There was no direct promise. "It was probably one ot those hlngs where they thought Well, if we do this for Canada :hen they'll feel very sympa :hetic to the United in lerests and they'll be willing then to adopt a little bit mor agreeable attitude and maybe send some troops to Vietnam.' Hartke referred to 1965 news- paper reports of Canadian reas- sessment of 'Vietnam policy as Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "The Sword and the Stone" Last Complete Show Family Sunday Short Subjects "The Sword and the Stone" Ona Complete Show Family Evening "Cisco Pike" 'J. W. Coop" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday and Sunday Short Subjects "Embassy" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Across 110th Street" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Sunday Short Subjects "Across 110th One Complete Show Restricted Adult DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mtcrldnlt 9-----304 5lh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridg. PHILIPS Who Take Time (a Bulk) the Kelt" now 1 Bring you firm! In Steria ailabla at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 ing with the group in recent months. McKernan, who played the or- jan and havp and was a vocal- st, was an original member .of shness and hatred inspired by the devil. The clergymen the Grateful Dead. K n o w n Pig Pen, McKernan's trademark was his outrageous appearance: long >lack hair, Indian head band, ,ong black moustache and an old vest. The Towfi Presents The Jazz Scene EVERY SUNDAY EVENING in the Dining Room p.m. Good Music Refreshment Food bishops were "irresponsible and motivated by self- caled upon the people and the rest of tlie Ireek Cypriot clergy to de- nounce tlie bishops' attack on 'he archbishop, who has led the reek Cypriot community for two decades. MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POUSH HALL 8th and 13th Sf. N. Saturday, Mar. 10-9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Muilc by "LONG ACRES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Showing for the Last Times Sunday Matinee Only 2 p.m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Mirthful! Magical! Musical! WAETMSNEYS rw. paramount hfaSt 4th AVK. South, 327-5100 TODAY AND SUNDAY MATINEE Humous tu-tumnit farms ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount tinema St 4th An. Smth. 327 5100 TONITE and SUN. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema ZOtft Ave. ft Mayor Kajrrti Dr.. 328-E300- TONITE thru TUES. ANTHONY QUINN YAPHETKDTTO fl llnned Arlisls SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. STARTS SUNDAY ONE SHOW at 8 P.M. MON. and TUES. First Show Starts 7 p.m. He rides the suicide circuit. COLOMBIA PICTURES GEBALD1NEPAGE CRISTINAFERRAHE VWffiSWCUFF ROBERTSON CAflTWRIGHT 1 EDWIN SKRAKE 1SCO KKE ISA POWERHOUSE, OF A PICIORE! RESTRICTED ADULT COLUMBIA PICTURES GENE KAREN KRIS HACKMAN BLACK KRISTOFFERSON VIVA- HARRY DEAN STANTON fcf GCftUO ;