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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Miy i nc LE i nomuue Disgruntled tourist wins refund TORONTO A foronto dissatisfied with a 1972 Acapulco tas won damages in a suit igainst the tour organizer. Sheila who was awarded the damages last nonth in small claims in an interview this week she expected a beach-front lotel and lots of social life in Sells... Dark Room Supplies at lower prices 419-5th Struts. Acapulco. But she she found herself in a mountain- top hotel six miles from the beach and with little social life. Judge George in awarding Miss Ziman the said her accom- modation was ''so substandard that she really did not get what she paid The represented two- thirds of the cost of her trip. Consumers are to get more protection in the travel field later this year when John Cle- minister of consumer introduces provincial legislation governing travel agents and tour operators. Prices hurt box office TONITE AT THE HOLIDAY INN THEATRE CHAUCER'S A FUN MUSICAL with Jim McHugh as Chaucer Albert Azzara as the Host Bar Service Shows at ind p.m. Favorite subject Josef a retired railroad sits in TH his studio with a painting of his favorite subject the North American Indian. Although he has always dabbled in he only started painting seriously a few years ago. Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 2-Finance Minister John 5-retain PART IP PART III 5-c PICTURE QUIZ. Progressive Conservative leader Robert Stanfield LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICES Underground Sprinkling Systems Residential Parks Industrial Golf Courses Farmsteads MELNOR SPRINKLER EQUIPMENT Phone 328-0924 Lethbridge Under New Management RAY'S RECORDLAND Rene and Eva Masse WATCH FOR OUR OPENING Open Thursday and Friday Nights 317 -7 St. S. Phone 327-5431 -v 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 No under 16 allawvd. ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKKND INTIRTAINMINT May SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES C Theatre CHRIST in color. Starring Ted Neely and Carl Anderson May show at 8 15 p.m. FAMILY. FORT Theatre in color. Starring Burt Reynolds Friday and May 24 and 25. Thursday show at p m. SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre THE in color. Starring Frankie Howard and Zsa Zsa Gabor Friday and May 24 and 25 Thursday show at p.m ADULT. Theatre m color. Starring Paul Newman and Donmie Sanda Friday and May 23. 24 and 25. Thursday shows at 7.00 and D.m SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. MISTY FOR in color. Starring Clint East- wood Friday Night Midnight Preview for W. R. Myers Graduating Class Also open to Public. Show at 12 Midnight. ADULT May 23 June 1 THE MARSH LYN SHOW Recording Stars From KAMSAS CITY at the YORK HOTEL Coming to Lethbridge May 27th and 28th 2 and p.m. SPANGLELAND LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GRANDSTAND May 20 June 1 And his change of habit MINERS' 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only' LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT INTHECLUBROOMS May 23rd Friday and Saturday May 24th and 25th Members and Invited Guests on music NEW YORK tlers' Union Strikes says the headline in the show-biz bible. it means the American Federation of Musicians is in a contract dispute with the broadcasting networks NBC and ABC. The says an AFM have been holding their from the three networks and some production companies since April 30 when the union's two- year pacts with the firms expired As millions of Tonight show viewers it's the reason Johnny Carson hasn't been kidding the boys in the band of late. They aren't but neither are they and their colleagues out picketing in the first AFM strike against the networks since 1968 No strike lines have been set up The says the AFM is that only withholding services for people who do not sign the new contract Spokesmen for the networks declined to' comment on what AFM says are the key issues in the ban on so- called overseas recording for certain network shows and provisions Regarding the the AFM spokesman said the union wants all original scores for domestic shows the networks own or control recorded in either the United States or Canada by the union's members The second he would require the networks to pay as much as outside producers for musicians' holiday work on daily shows and for those called on to or play more than one instrument during a show SPAIN ORDERS SUBS PARIS Spam has ordered two French Agosta-type French officials said Friday The submarines will be built with France's technical assistance in the Spanish shipyards at Car- thegena Show Times Thursday May-23 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Snort Subjects 7.00 9 00 ALICE IN WONDERLAND 7 35 9 30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Subjects 7 15 9 BLAZING SADDLES 750 1005 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 25 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA THE GREAT GATSBY 7 00 9 25 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 25 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY 930 HER BIKINI NEVER GOT WET 11 20 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 930 GATES OPEN 830 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBHIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND MUSEUM MlV Miv Miv Miy Miv 27 FRITZ SICK Onlyl 1200-1 00 Swim 1200-1 OOP m Public Swim 7 30-9 30 p Swim 3 00-6 00 p Swim 1 00-5 00 p m Family Swim 6 00-8 00 p Swim 1200-1 00 pm SIR ALEXANDER GAIT 00-4 30 p 00-4 30 p 00-5 00 p Beethoven restores crowd LONDON It took together with Dutch conductor Bernard to pull the crowds back to the Royal Festival Hall after a lean spell at the box office. Haitink gave the nine Beethoven symphonies with the London Philharmonic at a series.of six concerts spread over 15 days. In the same series Vladimir the Russian played the five Beethoven piano concertos. In recent months the five' permanent London orchestras have been alarmed by the drop in attendance at the concert hall on the bank of the Thames. At one time it was full night after night. More recently it has often been half or one-third empty. can you expect when food prices have gone up more than 40 per cent in three said an official of the Royal Philharmonic. But when Beethoven is the conducted by a musician of Haitink's London concert goers are ready to forget the cost of living. Within two days of tickets going on all six concerts were sold out. That meant almost seats sold. Since most of the concerts were filmed for showing on television this was one musicial project which paid its way. CRITICS RAPTUROUS On the first which ended with the Eroica Haitink received a standing ovation amid scenes of enthusiasm seldom exceeded since the hall opened in 1951 The critics gave the concert rapturous reviews. The 45-year-old Dutchman who spends most of his time with the Concertgebouw Orchestra in conducted all nine symphonies in cycle for the first time in his career. He explained he has never done it before because he loved Beethoven so much and was slightly scared. A few days before coming to Haitink visited Vienna and spent an hour pouring over the first edition of the Eroica with Beethoven's own annotations. was a sort of holy he said. am the type of conductor who always has to relearn the so these last weeks I was terribly involved with all nine symphonies. is a tremendous difference between doing one or two Beethoven symphonies in a season and doing them all together in a package. You see them in a different Inventors on parade CALGARY' In- ventions 74 exhibition opened in Calgary Tuesday displaying the talent of 53 Canadian inventors. The exhibition is the first of what the Calgary-based' Inventions and Patents Association of Canada hopes will be an annual event. CIPAC was founded by Calgary inventor Bob Kingston two years ago to meet some of the Canadian inventor's problems including the difficulty of finding development the reluctance of manufacturers to consider items developed outside their the lack of knowledge about complicated patent and the lack' of facilities to do essential market surveys green acres drive-in FRI. and SATURDAY Adult Not Suitable For Children FIRST RUN FEATURES 2 KEEPIT in the FAMILY a riotous comedy of cudkoldry' x JOHN GAVIN PAT GAGC ADRIENNL LA ifUSSA I SECOND FEATURE 1 SPECTACOLOI Gates Open p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. ramoun LAST TIMES TONITE at p.m. I WAIT FAMILY MSNEYS CAHTOOH CLASSIC flu ln WONDERLAND TECHRKOLOR- paramount cinema HELD OVI THRU. SAT. at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children Coarse Language May Be Offensive BROOKS'l TBLRZING SADDLES college cinema NOW SHOWING TONIGHT AT P.M. ROBOT R6DFORD end miR FRRROUU ADULT TH6 GROT STARTS TOMORROW at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT RESTRICTED ADULT 20ili Century Fox Presents TONNFRY JOHN BOORMAN 7ARDO7 ;