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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta HAWAII'S FIRST The first bank was opened in Hawaii in by Charles Reed Bishop. STAKTKD IN SPAIN Tobacco was introduced in Spain in 1558 and in England in 158C. MINUS ONE CLUB REGULAR DANCE POLISH HAH 13 Street N. Sat., March 21st 9 p.m.-l a.m. VERA SINCLAIR TRIO ORCHESTRA Phone 327-1448 after p.m. FRONT ROW, CENTRE by Joan Bowman Friday, Manh 20, 1970 THE IETKBRIDGE HERAIO 9 STORES VACANT There are an estimated vacant store locations scattered around New York City. FEW NATIVES There are now only about persons of native Hawaian slock livng in Ha- I01LN' and Mary is an ex- eslimates, according to the SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE SOUTHERN STAK" in technicolor, starring George Segal, Ursula Andress and Orson Welles. Friday and Sat- urday, March 20 an 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Family Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "ALADDIN AND HIS MAGIC LAMP" in color. Family. RIVER Sunland Theatre "RUN WILD, RUN FREE" in technicolor, starring Jolm Jlills. Sylvia Syms and Mark Lester. Friday and Satur- day, March 20 and 21. Friday show at p.m. Family. RUTTE Cinema Theatre "ME NATALIE" in color, starring Patty Duke. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 20, 21 and 22. Friday and Saturday. Shows at p.m. Sunday al p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "ALAD- DIN AND HIS MAGIC LAMP" in color. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE TROUBLE WITH GIKLS" in color, starring Elvis Presley. Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "ALADDIN AM) HIS MAGIC LAMP" in Family. TABER Tower Theatre "CHE" in color, starring Omar Sharif and Jack Palance. Friday, March 20. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinees at and p.m. "ALADDIN AND HIS MAGIC LAMP" in color. Family. Admission 50c. Gel More Out of Life Take Ihe Family to a A BREATH OF vst SCOTLAND ample of cunning cinema tic pairing: Dustin llolfman, si ill high in popularity from The Graduate and MiiLuighl Cowboy, playing suitor to Mia Farrow of Rosemary's Baby, Secret Ceremony ar.d off screen on- mass media, unchurched motherhood. What evolves from the play is a film, currently at the Para- mount Cinema, which mixes ils metaphors. It's a reprise of Ihe Rock Hudson Doris Day chas- es, this time with shorter and a skinnier lead, plus a more up- to-date plot. Instead of boy finding girl, losing her, then gelling her, in John and Mary be gets her first. The movie opens wilh he two in bed. Love comes aler. It's rather like reading a book thich starts out with the pro- three dots then dcs- what comes after the Much Laler. Hoffman is a young furniture designer who is between girls. !c Roes, unwillingly, with a riend lo a bar which has rcputalion as a computer daling centre without the computer, fhere he meets Miss Farrow, an art store employee whose ies wilh a married politician are fraying. Tiie movie is largely one ol conversalion, as the twp altern ately send out the invisible an tenr.as of courtship. What the film lacks is depth Audiences may find themselves wanting to care for John am Mary but being rebuffed by On movie's plossiness. Hoffman, stuck wilh a con [using innocent experience characler, walks and talks as i he suffered incipient arthritis o Ihe knees and jawbone. He i supposed lo be the former love of more than one woman, bu his attempts at affection to often come across as au unat tractive lecherous grin. H's th ind of a grin only a Mrs obinsoa could love. Farrow projects an indivit alism which belies some co. ialcgue. She's too bright an uirky to be believeahlc as you verage New York girl with no much but sex on the brain. John and Mary is not a ba movie. It could have been ood one, had the director an vriter taken advantage of th alenled stars ar.d not imbeddei bein in Beautiful People wrap board of trustees. The first full AlEC FINLAY THE ROYAL CLANSMEN ARTHUR SPINK DENNIS CLANCY Twa Braw Lads GWEN McKEMZIE RONNIE COBURN GRANT ERASER BILLY LESLIE WILL STARR BLANCHE MclNNIES YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TWO SHOWS Thursday, April 9th and Friday, April 10th at 8 p.m. TICKETS ON SALE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC NOW MONEY ORDER OR CHEQUE 1O ACCOMPANY ORDER. Sponsored by Royal Canadian legion Pipe Band. year's budget cf is slill expected lo have a deficit of but over-all the at- tendance has been better than forecasted for the million 'mple.x. Canadian TV rat- gs, for January, slow Lhp 10 shows in this order: ihnny Cash special from San ucntin, Saturday's Hoekev ight in Canada, 'Ed Sullivan. y World and Welcome To 11, oininy Hunler's Cypress Show, Wednesday nighl'j ockcy Night in Canada, Ued kello'n, lieverlcy Hill billies Carol Burr.ell. These sland- ngs do not necessarily relied atings in Ihe soulbcrn Alberta rca, but for a person to give lose listings is to court dealh Even' network seems to have s 'different way of looking al he ratings. Spring Thaw is New Hag. Ihe revamps CJOC Presents "GRAND OL7 OPRY" J N PERSON KBTY WELLS WILF GARTER .y Today's Showtimes CAPITOL Friday From Nashville With Miisic 7 Guns For Last complete Saturday Special Matinee Aladdin and His Lamp: Last complete From Nashville With Music 7 Guns For Last complete PARAMOUNT Friday Bob and Carol and Ted and Short Last complete Saturday Bub and Carol, Ted and Short Last complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday John and Mary-- Snort Last complete COLLEGE .MALI, CINEMA Friday and Saturday The Girl Who Couldn't Say Short Last complete 970 version cf Ihe annual' evue, is expected to go to Las 'cgas, but the nudity will be eft behiMl, so te speak. 3id you see where Twiggy is caving her mod- ILing job for the movies? If iroduccrs ever put her, Mia and Audrey Hepburn n one movie, there'd be quite a problem. I'ul the three of hem- in an envelope, and you'd still have room for the letter The National Ballet of Can- iila will be tiie onlv ba'.lc-t com- pany in the world to appear at Expo 70 in Osaka, Japan. Veronice Lake (Remember her? The one wilh the cascading blonde hair over her right got fiood reviews in London for a recent revival of A Streetcar Named Desire.. Students who wish to apply for entrance in the National Theatre Schoo' should submit inquires im mediately to: National Theatre School of Canada, 407 St. Law rence Blvd., .Montreal 12J, Quc bee. Paramount cinema NOW SHOWING at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT I Dustin Mia Mnuui Farrow iUOHN AND MARY ft'nVx1 i] OLLEGE INEMA COLLEGE MALI 328-6300 Sheis the loving end- sod the end in loving! j TONIGHT and SAT. and p.m. ADULT-MOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ADi.T. tria'eGrurui'J V.RNA GEORGE Lisu SEGAL Who Couldn't Added extra: CARTOON NOVE11Y fEATLMETTE NOW SHOWING at and p.m. "cl T SATURDAY [1 f FIRST SHOW ol P.M. V Wt.I! fjft CONTINUOUS h fttf TODAY iliiUtJI and SAT. FHEY WERE 7...ANO THEY FOUGHT AS G.IEI IN COIOR MACEREBORS lU-SIllTBWIC.l MK UMTE3IKMT01 I SECOND FEATURE NftTAUE GULP BOB CAROLATED A ALICE] ELLIOTT CANNON RESTRICTED ADULT 18 vents and over "BEST PICTURE QFTHETEUr Gci-d of BEST ACTRESS THCY SHOOT HORSES, DONTTHCY? I NEXT ATTRACTION DUE TO SPECIAL MATINEE SAT. THESE FEATURES WILL START AT APPROX. P.M. And Ihen, al the College Ma Snema, there's Trie Girl Wh ,'ouldn't Say No, starrin Segal and Virna Lisi. An Ilalian-mada attempt at Hollywood-style romance, il makes reading the Tokyo tele- ihorse book look like mind-blow- ng rapture. The plot concerns a ded- catcd American biologist and beautiful gadfly who wanls him to shake off the dust of work and flee with her to freer climes. The two get on trains, get off them, attend a Scandinavian pop-religious meeting, gel in and jut of cars, pick up a hitch- hiker, meet each others rela- tives, and indulge in about 79 other unrelated, meaningless activities. Virna Usi may be The. Girl Who Couldn't Say No, but George Segal should have knoivn belter. He should have said no lo appearing in such a mcs.s. NOTES: Revenues for Ihe; box office of the National Arts Centre are 15 per cent above Elite Citizens Croup Created By Welfare EDMONTON' (CP) Al- beria's present welfare system has created a group of elite citizens, Health Minislor James Henderson says. People tend [o regard wel- fare assistance as a basic right, he told an Alberta Hos- pital Association sponosrcd iruslces' seminar. One of the problems facing Ihe health department, he said, is the system of giving free health frcatment cards to per- sons with no taxable income. The treatment card has created a privileged group. The problem with gelling some people off welfare is that they don't want to lose their card.' TOMORROW NIGHT 2 SHOWS and p.m. LETHBRIDGE CIVIC CENTRE Sove 50c wild odvnnte tickets ot- DOUQS Music, Marccll's Club Cigar, Muslcland, and Berl und Macs Record Bar NEW TM INSTALLED VADUZ liny prin- cipality of Leichtcastein hnd n new government for the first time in 42 years when Premier Alfred Ililbe took office Wednes- day. Higbc's Fatherland Union parly won eight of 15 scats in Ihe slate legislature in the Feb. 1 general election. AISO SHOWING AT THESE THEATRES NEAR YOU CHECK LOCALLY FOR SHOW TIMES SATURDAY MATINEES ONLY ;