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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-7 THE POCKETBOOK EXCHANGE WE BUY- SELL 416 13th North DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC HOMHOSACK CtrlHM I 304 Slh 81. t. Ph. 327-7244 VASA LODGE DANCE SCANDINAVIAN HALL May Music THE ALBERTANS Members and Invited Guests ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE Mo under 1B yean allowed. ELKS and INVJTED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT May SUGAR May SUGAR May 4th SUGAR RED COACH LOUNGE presents Tom McNicol nightly for your entertainment TAVERN Mother's May 12th 2 for 1 Special 4th Ave. 7th St. S. M J Phone 327-3191 icaNaoa HOTEL CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT NATIONAL LIFEGUARD POOL CERTIFICATION COURSE Sponsored by the City of Community Services Department and the Royal Life Saving Alberta and Territories Branch. Fritz Sick Pool Weekends of May May 1974. GENERAL 1. All applicants for the course be 17 years of age or possess one of the following current R.L.S.S. Bronze Red 'R.L.S.S. Instructor Y.M.C.A. Senior Life- saving present a current medical certificate. 2. Registration fee is per which includes all course materials. 3. The course will run on Friday Saturday and Sunday all on the above dates. 4. Application forms may be obtained at the office of the Community Services 122-5th Avenue Alberta Local 256 for further 5. Deadline for receipt of May 1974. Grand Canyon. May from 16 days transportation and accommodation San Francisco Fisherman's Knotts Berry Farm. Disneyland. Palm Sennas. Grand Canyon and Las Vegas Expo Bob Hope Special May 4 Expo Lawrence Welk June 5 dajri FlorK.1 June at low at 27 transportation and accommodation Washington. D C Cape Kennedy Space Centre. Coco Fort Miami Wall Disney Nassau in the New El Paso. Las Vegas and Expo 74 Spokane Expo Krit Krltloffenon June 19th 4 14 aecti lad Expo Harry Belatonw Special June 4 Eaatern Canada July 23 at low at Quebec Prince Edward Toronto. Niagara Falls Expo Mormon Choir July 15th. 5 deye Expo Jack Benny July 5 dayt Ditneylend and Expo ITdayi it low ai.............................................. Eattern Canada Autumn Oct. 23 at low at...................................... Prince Toronto and many more. NORTHERN BUS TOURS ALTA. PHONE 327-3536' 328-4474 Money aid for arts to be aired OTTAWA A confer- ence of about 50 business ers is being planned for June 6 to encourage large corporations to contribute more money to the arts. The Canada which subsidizes the arts with about million a has ap- pointed 12 men to a planning committee for the headed by Edmund C. chairman of Northern and Central Gas Corp. Toronto. Andre director of the has warned in recent speeches that more money for the arts must come from as well as from provincial governments and municipalities. The arts are in danger of becoming state-run without more private he has said. The conference is expected to approve a set of national objectives for corporate funding of the and to develop a plan of action. Mr. Bovey said in a state- ment issued by the council that corporate financing in the arts has increased in the last 10 years but has not kept pace with the rapid growth of artistic activities. has lost its relative position as a supporter of the and governments have assumed a greater role. It is essential that the arts benefit from more than one major source of support Opera survival depends on aid Together no longer Elizabeth Taylor chats with her Richard on location at Oro- last month while he was working on a It is believ- ed the picture is the last made of them together. Thev announced yesterday they are going to be divorced in Switzerland. Woman at left is unidentified. 50 years in movie business Hitchcock receives tribute Show Times Wednesday May 1 PARAMOUNT THEATRE SERPICO 7-00 9 10 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 10 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA THE STING 7 15 9 25 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 15 9'25 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA PAPILLON- 6 30 9'00 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 6309.00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE FEARLESS FIGHTERS' 9 00 CARBON COPY 1045 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 9 00 GATES 8 30 NEW YORK After 53 clips from about 30 Alfred Hitchcock movies and a number of tributes including one from Princess Grace of Hitchcock made a speech. you have seen on the scissors are the best He was referring to one of his death Kelly's stabbing of her would- be strangler in Dial M for Murder. The occasion was a tribute to Hitchcock's half century in the movie business by the Film Society of Lincoln Centre. After the Hitchcock made a little speech via movie screen' say that when a man his entire life flashes before his eyes. I've had the same experience tonight without even getting my feet Princess Grace called Hitchcock supreme master of and said he took the once considered second-class and turned it into motion picture art. who attended with his wife said he was deeply moved. JAZZ FESTIVAL NIAGARA N.Y. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre IN YOUR in color. Starring James Coburn and Michael Sarrazin. Wednesday. May 1 show at p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre GARRET AND BILLY THE in color. Wed- May 1 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Theatre in color. Starring Eddie Egan. Wed- May 1 show at and p.m. RE- STRICTED ADULT. paramount STARTS THURSDAY At p.m. Moves Downtown to the Paramount Cinema for 6 Escape Is Adult. Not Suitable for Children Warning. Conliins Violent Sequences ALLIED ARTISTS prcsems STEVE DUSTin fflcQUEEII HOFFfflfln inn FRANKLIN J SCHAFFNER film ----------PRPILLOn jazz and soul music performers will be held here July it was announced. George Wein said he and his Newport Jazz Festival organization will present the program to be held at the new International Convention Centre. The first annual Niagara Falls International Jazz Festival will include entertainers such as Sarah B. B. The the Staples Singers and Bill The the Jimmy Smith Gene and Sonny Stitt. AWAITS TRIAL SAN Tex. William Chad Mitchell of New York pleaded not guilty in federal court here to charges of possession of marijuana and conspiracy to import marijuana from Mexico. free on a was arraigned before Judge Adrian Spears. No trial date was set. Mitchell is founder of the Chad Mitchell a folk group that performed across the U.S. for about nine years. Drug Enforcement Administration Agency investigators said Mitchell was arrested last Oct. 21 as he tried to get into a pickup equipped with a camper where agents found 400 pounds of marijuana. By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA The aver- age box office ticket price for any of Canada's three leading opera companies in 1972 was but it cost an average of a seat to produce the works performed. The spread indicates the ex- tent of opera company dependence on grants from government agencies and gifts from patrons and charitable foundations if opera is to survive. Opera is by far the most ex- pensive of the performing but even the least dsnee and performance costs of and per while box office receipts average only and respectively in 1972. The figures are given in a research report by the Canada Council on the finances of 29 performing arts organizations that were subsidized con- sistently by the council during the six years of 1967 to 1972. There was a burst of activity in in connection with the Centennial of when the council was given extra money to subsidize the arts. After the there was a let-down in most of the performing but they have expanded rapidly in recent years. Audiences for dance and theatre totalled more than four million in up by more than one-third from 1967's high level of activity. It cost an average of to put on a single performance of an opera in double the amount in 1967. b'.it average box office take for a .performance was At the other end of the a theatre performance in 1972 cost compared with in and average receipts were compared with in 1967. two-night jazz _ festival by some of the top Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE Members and Invited Guests To whom it may K-TEL INTERNATIONAL LTD. of 77 Main Manitoba has postponed the drawing for a trip for two to Disneyland conjunction with the movie until further notice. The delay is due to the current postal strike. college cinema STARTS TOMORROW At and p.m. Restricted Adult course language throughout and frank treatment of adult sexuality may be objectionable to some. Admittance restricted to 18 yrs. and over. An ALBERTO GRIMALDI Production with MARIA SCHNEIDER MARIA MICHI -GIOVANNAGALLETTI JEAN-PIERRE LEAUD MASSIMO GIR01 The operating expenses of all 29 performing arts organ- izations totalled million in the 1971-72 and their operating revenues were only million. paramount NOW SHOWING RESTRICTED ADULT Warning Course Language Throughout Many Of his fellow officers considered him the most dangerous man alive-an honest cop A PARAMOUNT BtLEASE DINO DE LAURENTUS AL It SERPICO a LAST TIMES TONIGHT _. all it takes is a little Confidence ADULT 'PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD A GEORGE ROY FILM 'THE STING' LAST TIMES TONIGHT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Escape CONTAINS VIOLENT SEQUENCES' ALLIED ARTISTS _ STEVE DUSTin JncQUEER HQFFmfln in a FRANKLIN J SCHAFFNER him green acre drive in TONITE AND THURSDAY 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES YOU'VE SEEN THE REST NOW SEE THE roro INCMOWLE DEVIL UfED HUM fU nn HIT NO. 2 GATES OPEN P.M. ONE SHOW AT P.M. ;