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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Uurldnv. May 18, 1972 THE LFTHlRIDGt HERALD 7 Salary boosl for pilots VANCOUVER (d1) The 400 pilots employed CP Air agreed lo a 1-1-monlh contract under which they will receive a five-per-ccnt salary increase. Present salaries range from a month lor junior second officers lo a month for senior captains. Calgarian named INDIANAPOLIS (AP) II. 0. Thomasson, business man- ager of the Calgary Herald, has been elected vice-president of the Newspaper Personnel Rela- tions Association, which winds up its 21th annual conference here today. George J. Dastyck of Canned Co. Inc., Rochester, NY., was elected president. Beatle deal stalled DANCE TONITE ADAMS ICE CENTRE Jf'7 P'm' I I p.m. Music by "BIL'.Y NICKOt" All Junior High and High School Students invited ADMISSION SI.00 MARQUIS CABARET PRESENTS "VIBRATIONS 72" THURS. -FRI.-SAT. THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FO3 tADIES Fully Licensed p.m. to 1 a.m. will be entertaining In the "RED COACH LOUNGE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWfMMENG SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Frl. May 19 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Sat. May 20 Public Swimming p.m. Sun. Moy 21 Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Man. May 22 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. "VICTORIA DAY" Public Swimming p.m. PAUL McCAUTNUY breakaway guy T LONDON (AP) Paul Mc- Cartney says tho four Beatles have agreed to split Hie forlune made by the British stars in criual shares to end iho bitter feud among Uiem, bul legal complications are pre- venting it. The breakaway Bealle fought i the other three John Lcnnc'i, George Harrison and Ringo Starr in a lengthy court ac- tion last year to wind up the partnership, which has earned and estimated million in the last 10 years. Their current assets of more Uinn million are frozen until legal problems can be cleared up. McCartney split from the Passport Photos --Candid WnUlngi Pidur. Flaming Photo A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phoni 3J5-01I1 710 3rd Av.. S. Phone 338-0332 THE EL RANCHO CABARET PRESENTS "The Whitewash" FROM CALGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! SfiBOUlMU0 Beatles four years age when they insisted on having Ameri- can Allen Klein run their cor. poralion, Apple. The former Bealle now has a new band, Wings, in which his American wife, the former Linda East- man, plays piano and bongos. NEW YORK (AP) Actor Cary Grant and Baroness Gra- tia Von Furstenherg will share a settlement in their suit lor damages arising out of an auto accident in March, 19BS. The two were injured on the Long Island Expressway when the hired limousine in which they were riding lo Kennedy airport was struck by a truck. The actor was en route to Cali- fornia and the baroness was ac- companying him as far as the airport. The settlement, reached be- fore acting slate Supreme Court Justice Leonard Sandier, was against two trucking firms. ARROW ROCK, Mo. (AP) For much of the summer, tho little frontier town of Arrow Hock is going to be even moro of an antique. Construction crews soon will be building plank- sidewalks, burj'ing the utility lines and re- vamping some of the rerre modern storefronts along the main street. It's because Hollywood Is coming to town, United Artists plans to use Arrow Rock for two or three months to film scenes for its musical version of Tom Sawyer. A spokesman for the Missouri tourism commission has esti- mated as much as will be spent to make Arrow Rock- look like Mark Twain's Hanni- bal, Mo., of the early IBOOsi Filming is scheduled t o start about July lOlh. LARGE WEB Ncphila spiders make webs as large as 39 inches or more in di- ameter. Information programs stepped up OTTAWA (CP) The con- sumer affairs department is going lo step up its information programs, aiming them more at low-income earners and immi- grants. Consumer Affairs Minister Robert Andras said Tuesday that the new information pro. grams will include "store-front advice and resource centres" where consumers can drop in for free advice and information. He said these programs will be established this year in Montreal, Toronto and Vancou- ver and if the program is sue- cesful others will follow. Mr. Andras told the Commons health committee thai: greater use would be made of television, since it "reaches 95 per cent of all households and cuts across all social and economic groups." A series of programs will be produced for private stations, and there will be "broad-scale" campaigns to inform consumers about the new labelling legisla- tion, he said. Mr. Andras said his depart- ment last year received by mail ahout complaints and en- quiries about consumer prod- ucts. This is an increase of 2C.OOO since he said. CHANGE COMING UP Relating to bankruptcies spe- j cifically, Mr. Andras said that beginning next month depart- mental officers will be licensed trustees in bankruptcy to handle cases for persons unable to afford a private trustee. The minister also said that he still plans to introduce a revised competition act this fall to re- place the Combines Investiga- tion Act. A draft bill was intro- duced a year ago and it at- tracted some 300 briefs and hundreds of letters. Since then the bill has been redrafted. Mr. Andras said the new bill would be changed "but it will follow next SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Moyfair Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In Color. Starring Mark Lester. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May IB, 19 and 20. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "LADY AND THE TRAMP" Tn Techni- color. It's a doggone wonderful world Friday and Satur- day, May J9 and 20. Friday snow at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "SCANDALOUS JOHN" In Technicolor. Starring Brian Keith and Alfonso Avail. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 19, 20 and 21. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre 'STRAW DOGS" In Color. Slamng Dustin Hof'man. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. May IB, 19 and 20. Thursday show at p.m. Restricted adult. TABER Tower Theatre "KIDNAPPED" In Color. Starring Michael Caine. Thurs- day find Friday, May 18 and 19. Thursday shows at and p.m. Also matinee Saturday, May 20, at p.m. Fnmiiy. Will be presented from Nov. 10th to Nov. 25th, 1972 by the LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE A meeting oF all persons interested in participating in j the production (actors and production) will be held al the Yates Centre on Sunday May 21st af p.m. At this time scripts and scores will be available for AUDITIONS which will be held Friday, May 26th at p.m. and Sunday, May 28th at p.m. Attendance al bolh of Iheso auditions Is cssenlial. For furlher Information call: Dick Mills 8-5228 Evenings CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! il spill occurs in Arctic area COUEGE CINEMA TONITE thru SAT. At p.m. Only ONE SHOW NIGHTLY AT 8 P.M. PARAMOUNT PICTURES IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF xmTHE GREATEST FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT OF ALL TIME! >f FAMILY HESTON-BRYNNER BAXTER-ROBINSON HARDWIf.KE FOCH SCnrT-ANDEBSOH PRICE 2 SHOWS SATURDAY 2 p.m. ond 8 p.m. FROBISHER BAY, N.W.T. (CP) Between and gallons of diesel fuel was spilled from an Imperial Oil Ltd. storage tank near the high Arctic community of Rcs- 1 olulc, it was learned Wednes- day. Bob Pilot, director of the Baf- fin region for (he Northwest Territories government, said ministry of transport personnel had been working to clean up the spill since it occurred Mon- day. It was speculated tempera- ture fluctuations during the win- ter weakened a weld on a incli pipe Jinking a group of tanks with the airport a h o u 1 five miles away. The spill occurred about three miles from the community ol Resolute and crews managed to contain the diesel fuel with more Uiau bales of peal moss. It was cxpeclal lo be cleaned by Friday, Mr. Pilot said. I He the spilled fuel was i no threat lo the community's j water supply and there appar- ently was no serious ecological damage. STAGING AREA I Resolute is a community cf about 210 Eskimos and is a "KOSEA" Saturday, May 27 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE major staging area for north- ern oil exploration crews. Some of the Eskimos are em- ployed by the ministry of trans- port al the aii-port, but many still earn a living by hunting caribou and sea mammals. Tho community also is n base for spoils hunting of polar bears. Most of the oil exploration activity in the region is by the Panarctic Consortium. During the winter peak traffic, at least nine Hercules aircraft with B payload oC 20 tons each leave the airstrip each day, bound for drilling sites on the Arctic Is- i lands. I Frobisher Bay Is on the south end of Baffin Island, about miles southeast of Reso- lute which Is on the south coast o[ Comwallis Island. Newspaper sold TAUNTON, Mass. Taunlon Gazette, lirst published in 1848, has been sold by Wil- liam Reed and Song Co. to Thomson Newspapers Inc. of DCS Plaines, III., a Canadian- conlrolled company. For Your Dining Pleasure is now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY from p.m. to 10 p.m. Our Licensed Premises Feature: -A- FEWEST STEAKS LOBSTER TAILS Our Licensed Dining Roam is open Monday through Saturday from p.m. to 12 Midnight. TEAK OUT College Shopping Moll Mayor Magrolh Drivo 327-7123 Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "The Godfather'' Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "On the last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "The Ten Commandments" One Complete Show r.DKKM ACRES DRIVE-IN "Fislful of Dollars'' "A Few Dollars One Complete Show 9-30 THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY: "LIZ ELIOTT" EVERY NIGHT Our FRONTIER DINING ROOM ii now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY fit 4 p.m. MARQUIS (BEVERAGE ROOM) RETURNS BY POPULAR REQUEST 4THE BUTTONS' Thursday, Friday and Saturday SHOWING TONIGHT AT 8 P.M. SHOWING FOR TWO WEEKS! Matinee Sat., Sun. and Mon. _ All Seats Evenings B p.m. All Seals Passes and Gold Age cards not valid for this show NOTE: SATURDAY and MONDAY 3 SHOWS At 2 P.M. P.M. and P.M. SUNDAY 2 SHOWS ONLY At 2 P.M. and P.M. NOW SHOWING At and p.m. it A happy inpjust geared for L laughs. E-STEPHEN LEWIS BOB GRANT-ANNA KAREN MICHAEL ROEBlNS TECHNICOLOR PHONE' 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN j LAST TIMES TONIGHT j "A FiSTFUL OF DOLSARS" IN COLOR CLINT FEW DOLLARS MORE" IN COIOR CLINT EASTWOOD I FRIDAY and SATURDAY BEG MiY FEATURES g Gef with the cats who know where it's at for fun, music and adventure! J SECOND FEATURE "Fric-y slooci lofliMher lo claim n WALT P r TECHNICOLOR" GATES OPEN AT ONE COMPIETE SHOW AT P.M. KIDS THIS Program 50c Adults ;