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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DIETRICH DENTURE CUN1C ROSS A. HO SACK OrtllW Dental Mechanic I-----304 5th St. S. Mi. 327-7244 tethbridje Suharto re-eleded JAKARTA (Reuler) Presi- dent Suharto was re-elected unopposed today for another five-year term as Indonesia's head of state with an over- whelming mandate from tlie people consultative congress. DUII IDC "Th" rniLlr J Tok. Tinia to Build Best" Bring you finest in Steroe Compon- ents now available at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL-8th Ave. and 13th St. S. SATURDAY, MAR. 24 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by "COUNTRY 3" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY March 24, 1773 THE LETHBRIDSE HERAID 7 Film grosses ,500 a day LONDON (Reuter) The l London cinema showing the Bernardo Bertolucci film Last Tango In Paris gross- ed more than a day in its first week, a spokesman said. CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. ond ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT "LINE MEN" Members and their guests only! 4 4 Williams special on CBC network Life is to Live 12 Films on Mental Health Presented on Channel 2 Cablevision ALL FILMS SHOWN AT p.m. and p.m. each date. Programme Mem., March 26 "The Family" Tues., March 27 "The Newly Married Pair" April 1 "Parenthood-The First Child" April 3 'The Crowded Years, Port 1" April 9 "The Crowded Years, Part II" April 10 "The School Age Child" April 16 "The Adolescent, Part I" April 17 "The Adolescent, Part II" April 23 "The Launching Years" April 24 "The Single Parent" April 30 "The Middle Years" May 1 "The Aging Family" Sponsored by your Mental Health Association of Southern Alberta Rememberl May ij Menial Health Week TORONTO (CP) A roman- tic look at the Old South and a penetrating look at U.S. play- wright Tennessee Williams is combined with dramatic ex- cerpts from Williams' plays ui a new 90-minute CBC-TV spe- cial to be broadcast Monday, March 26. Written, directed and pro- duced by Toronto's Harry Rasky, it is the possi- bly the Williams has submitted to a comprehensive television interview. Rasky calls it a memory play, filmed in New Orleans, where Williams did his early work, and in Key West, Fla., where he now lives. It is a collage of interview poetry read to scenes of nature and excerpts from Williams plays, such as The Night ot th Iguana, A Streetcar Named De sire, and The Glass Menagerie Actors in the play excerpts in elude Burl Ives, John Colicos William Hutt, and Jessie Tandy. Williams, who celebrates hi 62nd birthday in the day th film is shown, describes hunse now as "an angry old man. But he comes across more as gentle, philosophic soul whos upbringing and experience the South gave him a pene- trating insight into the foibles o men. He says in one of the five 5n terviews he filmed with Rask that his idol among playwrigh was Anton Chekov, the la Russian author of The Chei SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON May fair Theatre Walt Disney's "THE LIVING DESERT" In Technicolor. Plug "THE VANISHING PRAIRIE" In Technicolor. Saturday, March 24. Show's at and p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's "DUMBO" THE FLYING ELEPHANT. In Technicolor. Plus "THE LEGEND OF LOBO' In Technicolor. Saturday, March 2-1. Shows at and p.m. Family. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "CANCEL MY RESERVATION" In color. Starring Bob Hope, Eva Marie Saint and Forest Tucker. Saturday, March 24, Shows at and p.m. Family. Sunday, March 25 at p.m. "PERCY" The story of a very successful transplant. In Technicolor. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE FRENCH CONNECTION" In color. Starring Gene Hackman. Saturday, March 24, 28 and 27. Saturday shows' at and p.m. Restricted Adult. CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Baker Earl Tennanl Frank Day-Mike Schmidt Jack Bunning rchard, and The Three Sisters. Villiams sees a parallel be- veen the U.S. South as he knew it, and czarist Russia. ,Eut the South has changed, he lys, though bits of the culture f the Old South can still be ound by those who know where o look for it. Williams is one of lein. It was romantic and me- ancholy, he says, but not sad. !Life was an adventure." First-and last Toronto producer Harry Rasky (right) is shown with American playwright Ten- nessee Williams during filming of Tennessee Wil- liams7 South, Q 90'fninute special to be ihown on the CBC next Monday. Written, directed and pro- duced by Rasky, it is ths and possibly the lost time Williams has submit- ted himself to a compre- hensive television' inter- view. Showtimes ARAMOUNT CINEMA aturday Short Subjects Poseidon Adventure" Last Complete Show Adult Sunday Short Subjects 'Poseidon Adventure" One Complete Show Adult 'AAAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects 'Save the Tiger" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable For duldren Sunday Short Subjects 'Save the Tiger" One Complete Show 8: IS Adult; Not Suitablft for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Deliverance" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Sunday Short Subjects "Deliverance" One Complete Show ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN SO NOS. in 51 NOS. In 52 NOS. If no bingo called after 51 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 55 NOS. If no bingo called after 55 wilt will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, MARCH 24th-8.30 p.m. Music by 'SUNSET 4' THE SAENGERFEST, MARCH 31s! Tickets Sold in Advance Only at OLD COUNTRY SAUSAGE SHOP NORBRIDG! MEAT and SAUSAGE SHOP NORBRIDGE BAKERY MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY The York Hotel Presents from Calgary The New Country Way NIGHTLY March 26 to March 31 paramount Gth Sl 4ti> Ayr. Scxjlh, 327-5100 "A STARTING WEDNESDAY shoutingly good entertainment! A once in a lifetime film about a once in a lifetime man! It should be remembered at award time" FAMILY FAMILY From COUIMfllA PICnJ RES Aftat, CARL FOREMAN cod RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH ROBERT ANNE SHAW BANCROFT WARD M Cord So rwtolph CfiurcM mlodyJewtta YOUNG WINSTON ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TWENTIETH Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY TONIGHT "4 HITS AND A MISS" paramount THEPOSEIDON fflVWmE j RONALD (ME Bin TONITE thru TUES. ADULTS EVE. S2.0O SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. JflCKLJEMMON to A Kff Praljrton ADULTS EVE. Jack Le'mrnon in his mostimporiant dramatic rolesince 'The Days of Wine and Roses. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME paramount SL Ave. Soiifl, TONITE thru TUES. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema Awe. hfayor Mnyath Dr, 328 630O TONITE thru TUES. Tonight cfl p.m. What did happen on the Cahulawassce River? Deliuerance JON VCIGHT BU KT ADULTS EVE. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. SATURDAY NIGHT at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE 'The Starlight Trio' CABARET The Country Blues' MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE 1973 SPRING SWIMMING INSTRUCTION PROGRAMS FRITZ SICK POOL REGISTRATION: Registrations for all of below listed proflrorm will be toktn en March 27th, 28th and 25th, 1573 from p.m. and daily in Gym No. 1 of Ihe Civic Sports Centre. SPECIAL NOTICE: for the Children's (6-14 yean) and Children's (3 S years) Programs will be accepted from citizens of Ihe City of Lelh- bridge only. PROGRAMS 1. Children's (6-14 years) Swimming Instruction n) Mondays, April 2 June 4 (10 sessions) -i- p.m. Closes for Red Pre-Beginner, -ii- p.m. Beginner, Survival Swimmer and Junior b) Tuesdays April 3 June 5 (10 sessions) -T- p.m. Classes for Red Cross Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Intermediate ond Senior ci Wednesdays, April 4 -June 6 (10 sessions) -i- p.m. Classes for Red Crosj Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Survival Swimmer and Junior d) Thursdays, April 5 June 7 (10 sessions) -i- 4 30 p.m. Claises for RLSS EEemenrary Lffesaving Classes for RLSS Lifesaving e> Fridoys, April 6-June 8 (10 sessions) -i- p.m. Classes for Red Cross Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Intermediate and Senior f) Saturdays, April 7 June 9 (10 sessions) -i- p.m. Classes for Red Cross Pre-Beginner, -ii- p.m. Beginner, Survival Swimmer and Junior -iii- p.m. Classes for Red Cross Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Intermediate and Senior 2. Pre-Sthool ytars) Swimming Clcmts a) Mondays, April 2 June 4 10 sessions b) Wednesdays, April 4 June p.m. 6 c) Fridays, April 6 June 8 d) Saturdays, April 7 June 9 10 -i- a.m. -ii- p.m. Program Objectives include: orientation of simple skills through water and play with other children. NOTE: Ratio of children 1o instructor is kept ot 2 la 1 wherever possible. 3. Mixed Adult and Teenage (15 years and over) Learn to Swim a) Tuesdays, April 3 Jure 5 [10 -I- p.m. Red Cross classes -fi- p.m. for all levels Pre-Beginer iSru Senior 4. Joint Red Cross RLSS Instructor Course a) Wednesdays, April 4 June 6 (30 seufons) -i- p.m. 5. RLSS Bronze Medallion Lifesavlng RLSS Bronze Cross tifesavmg a) Thursdays, April 5 June sessions) -i- Bronze Medallion, p.m. -ii- Bronze Cross, p.m. 6. Red Cross Waler Safety Leader a) Easter Week April 23 April 27 -E- a.m. p.m, daily National Lifeguard Swim Pool Operators School a) Double weekend-May 11, 12, 13 ond May 18, l9 20 -i- p.m. an May 11, 18 -ii- o.m. p.m. on May 12, 13, 19, 20. REGISTRATION FEE SCHEDULE 1. Children's (6 14 years) Swimming Instruction Pre-Beginner Junior Beginner Intermediate Survival Swimmer) Senior ______________________________c___________________________ 2. Pre-School Children's (3-5 yrs.) Swimming Classes SI 0.00 3. Mixed Adult and Teenage (15 yrs. and over) Learn ta Swim- S4.25 ______ 4. Joint Red Cross RLSS Inslructor Courses 5. RLSS Bronze Medallion RLSS Bronze Cross 6. Red Cross Water Safety Leader 7. Nalional lifeguard Swim Pool Operators School FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT AT 328-2381, LOCAl 256 THE PROGRAM: FINLANDIA Sibelius SYMPHONY 104 IN D Haydn OVERTURE "CONSECRATION OF THE HOUSE" Beethoven INTERMEZZO from CAVALLERIA RUSTJCANA Mascagni EMPEROR WALTZ Slrauss, Jr. THE LETHBRID6E SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION Presents the 3rd CONCERT OF THE SEASON The Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra IUCIEN NEEDHAM, Conductor-DR. CUFF PALMER, Concerrmaster MONDAY, MARCH 26th YATES THEATRE p.m. Tickets at leister's or at the door Adults Students ;