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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, May II, H70 THE LETHBItlDGE HERALD 7 Switches Networks TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Broadcasting Corp. an- rounced tee appointment of Ken Cavanagh as host of the new CBC-TV Telescope '71 se- ries to start Iji September. Ca- vanagh formerly was anchor- man on the CTV network's pub- lic affairs program W5 The Great Buddha in Kamak- ura, Japan, has stood since 1252. Safety Belts Save Lives FREDEH1CTON (CP) Eighty per cent of the pei-sons who died on United States highways last year might have lived if they had been wearing both seat end shoulder safety belts. Ten thousand might have survived by using seat belts alone, a Washington, D.C., safety official said here LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY, JUNE 8th I P.M. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE All INTERESTED PARTIES INVITED TO ATT6ND HONOURING THE 1970 UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE GRADUATING CLASS An Informal Evening Cobaret Style WHO: THE CLASS OF 70 AND GUESTS WHEN: FRIDAY, MAY p.m. WHERE: 4H BUILDING (Exhibition Grounds) DRESS: VERY INFORMAL ADMISSION: PER COUPLE (Buffet Included) MUSIC: THE INTERNATIONAL SET Invitation olso extended to members of Boord, Senate, Friends, Faculty ond Staff and Alumni Sponiond by ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, CLASS OF 70 AND THE UNIVERSITY REFRESHMENTS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE CHRISTMAS TREE" In color, starring William Holden, Vinia Usi and Bourvil. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 28, 29 and 30. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE SECRET OF SANTA VITTOHIA" in technicolor, starring Anthony Quinn and Virna Lisi. Friday and Sat- urday, May 29 and 30. Friday show at Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER" in technicolor, starring Walter Mat- tbau, Ingrid Bergman and Laugh-In's kookie blonds Goldie Hawn. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 28, 29 and 30. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "JENNY" in color, starring Mario Thomas and Allan Alda. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 28, 29 and 30. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. Get mere out of life Take the family to a movie. COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS COMMENCE TODAY Votes Memorial Centre Phone 328-8021 LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION Presents YOUTH ORCHESTRA CONCERT TONIGHT YATES 8 p.m. MUSICAL DIRECTOR MALCOLM MacDONALD ASSISTED BY DEAN TAKAHASHI and FRIENDS Wednesday at Uie second an- nual conference of the Canada Safety Council. M. R. Darlington, director of UM> automotive industries division of the Highway Users Federation for Safety and Mo- bility, said the safety belt, al- though not widely used by the public, was "the single most effective device available to save lives and reduce injuries in automotive accidents." Technological advances were certain to make cars and highways safer in the fu- ture, he said. "But in all too many cases they will simply be safer cars to crash in and safer high- ways to crash on." "Cars don't get he said. "They don't run red lights and stop signs. They don't fall asleep at the wheel or fail to have the brakes checked. People do." RAISES PAPER PRICE NEW YORK (Reuters) The New York Times announced here it will raise the news- stand price of its daily paper to 15 cents from 10 cents.'The Times said that the Sunday edi- tion's price will remain at 50 cents inside (he city, but will be raised to 75 cents from 60 cents in outlying areas. New Driver Programs Advocated FREDERICTON (CP) Tire Canadian Council of Young Drivers recommended to the Canada Safety Council here that driver education be made compulsory for everyone want- ing a driver's licence. The proposal was one of four the youth council made in a re- port released at the annual CSC conference here. The youth body said it was Advisable and desirable" that driver education programs be subsidized by regional safety councils and the courses im- proved. The cost of driver education ranges from no fee in Prince Edward Island to as much as ?60 in some areas of the coun- try. The report also suggested training for driver education teachers be improved and in- structors employed full-time. The recommendations were coupled with results of 8 survey on driver education carried Out by the youth body at the re- quest of fc CSC. Most of the driver education gradu- representing all 10 prov- inces, felt driver education was beneficial, and the majority had not been involved in accidents. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY 8 P.M. Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TOMORROW, FRIDAY NIGHT! Featuring Special Entertainment byt 'THE BRASS CORPORATION" p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMISSION GItn'i DEN (Downitain South Side Entrance) Refrethmentt and Food Available! PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE The Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Lethbridge ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THE LIONS POOL 5th Avenue and 16th Street North, commencing Wednesday, May 27th, 1970 and continuing through the summer season. The Public Swimming Schedule for the week of 27th to May 31 is as follows: Wed., May 27th-Publie Swimming p.m Thurs., May Swimming p.m Fri., May 29th-Publie Swimming p.m Sat., May 30th-Public Swimming p.m Sun., May 31 it-Public Swimming p.m The Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Leth- bridge alia announces the reviled (1970) rates for admission to the City Swimming poo! for public swimming- fa) Regular Admission.......... Adults-60c (b) Passes___Family Pass for Summer (May 15th) (0 Sheets of 28 tickets............... 1.30 1 ticket admits 1 child 2 tickets admit 1 student 4 tickets admit 1 adult These rates will be effective May 27th, 1970 at all City of Lethbridge Swimming Pools. Special J LONDON STEREO [Cassettes! i CHOOSE FROM Tom Jones Engelbert Humperdinck Phase 4 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett The Ventures Johnny Rivers Paul Maurjat Mantovam Mystic Moods Orchesrta Roger Rolling Stones The Moody Blues Etc. REGULAR "EVERYTHING FOR THE MUSIC LOVER" i LEISTER'S Phone Paramount Bldg. Phone 328-40 Dream Theatre For Edmonton TORONTO (CP) With one near sell-out season behind Mm and filled with the belief that this season will match it Sean Mulcahy still dreams1. His dream is of "another Abbey theatre na- tionally known and internation- ally too. A famous theatre in Edmonton. I am prepared to spend the rest of ray life there doing that." And he wants to do it with Ca- Music Feature" Convocation Ceremonies KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) Qi'.PW's University announced today its convocation ceremo- nies Saturday will feature music instead of speeches. Rather than a convocation ad- dress, graduates of the faculty of arts and science will hear a recital of Dr. Alfred White- head's works. Dr. Whitehead is a compose? of church music and former dean of the faculty of music at Mount Allison University, Sack- ville, N.B. A choir will slag six of his pieces. Dr. Whitehead, 83, will re- ceive an honorary doctor of laws degree as will Jean Gas- con, artistic director of the Stratford FesSval. SOME DIFFERENCES The dog wags his "tail" but a hound wags his "stem." An otter wags his a rabbit his a fox his and a deer his "single." nadian talent. "If that's nation- then I'm a nationalist. I call it good business" he said in an interview here this week. He directed all but one of the six plays performed last season in Edmonton's 277-seat Citadel because it was formerly a Salvation Army centre. Attendance was 93 per cent, led by a 93 per cent turn- out for There's a Girl in My Soup. "For the 1970-71 season we will have sold out all the seats before the doors open. That means subscriptions; we'll sell them out." Citadel starts the season with The Importance of Being Ear- nest. Other plays scheduled in- clude Plaza Suite, Othello and a new play by an Edmonton CAPITOL "Latitude "Tarzan's Deadly Silence" Last Complete PARAMOUNT "Magic Short Last Complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Ben One Complete GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Young "Dark of (he One Complete FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES DANCE FRIDAY, MAY 29th P.M. Music by "SWING KINGS" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME ADMISSION SI.50 LUNCH INCLUDED Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Tues., June 9th p.m. Bowman Arts Centre OLLEGE I NEMA COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 TONIGHT thru SAT. Tonight at 8 p.m. Family HELD OVER FOR THE FINAL 3 DAYS The World's Most Honored Motion PictureT Winner of 11 Academy INTACT FULL IENCTH NOTHING CUT "THE LAWYER" BARRY NEWMAN-HAROLD GOULD writer, Stewart Boston, called Councillor Extraordinary. WILL TAKE PART For Othello he hopes to get William Hutt as director and to play lago himself. He draws on Toronto, Mont- real and Halifax for talent, has- his decisions on his knowl- ;e from performing in Can- Nagasaki Theme Of Musical OTTAWA (CP) Threnody, a dramatic musical composition about the bombing of Nagasaki in 1945, will open the National Arts Centre Orchestra's sum- mer season June 2. Written by Canadian com- poser Murray Schafer, the work uses orchestra, choir, speakers and taped sound effects, Tha program also includes pi- anist Arthur Ozolins, who re- cently returned from Paris where he gave a recital at the opening of the Canadian Music Centre. ada. "I was slightly magnificent In two he notes. Besides directing last year Mulcahy said he talked to pcopls on behalf of Citadel which gets from the Can- ada Council, from Ed- monton and from tho province of Alberta. "We have played to youngsters at Saturday mati- he said. "That is tho most important task I do in Ed- tlie people who will be in the theatre after I'm gone." Ha also runs Citadel on Wheels which played to children in the province. The Abbey Theatre proposal depends mainly on. the present citizens of Edmonton. (he ones he's counting on to build his 700- to 800-seat dream theatre. PHILCO COLOR TV JACK'S RADI08TV 302 13th St. N. JUNCTION OF MflYOR MAGRATH-.COUTTS'i'GHWAV LAST TIME TONIGHT "DARK OF THE SUN" IN -COLOR HOD TAYLOR YVETTE MIMIEUX "THE YOUNG RUNAWAYS" IN COLOR PATTY McCORMICK FRIDAY and SATURDAY I [All tha West ever was ...was here and now 1 THE GOOD TO BAD GDIS from WARNER BROS. SECOND FEATURE I The great bunglers. Show 8.45 p.m. Complttt Show THE GREAT BANK BOBBERY ZERO MOSTEL KIM NCVAK CLINT K TODAY thru SAT. Destroy On most diagtrous animal alive. TARZAH! LATITUDE ZERO" In Celar with CAESAR ROMERO S5Q1MTOHBO'N-7D a h 2 8 ENDS TONIGHT "BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE" IN COLOR JASON ROBARDS Who knows what evil lurks RESTRICTED ADULT 18 YEARS AND OVER The Magic Christian is: antiestablishmentarian, antibellum, antitrust, antisocial, antipasto. DELUXE SHOWS 2 At and p.m. 0 hnuiinilth UM Pdsistl I Gwi Film RmRDAnENBOROUGH-LEONARDFREY-UURENCEHARVET 01 PARAMOUNT mlibHYOEWHlTE-ISAeaJEANS-CAROLINEBUKISTON CtlabyTiCHlUCOlM'________________ STARTS TOMORROW ;