Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wnlnetdgy, November 3, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Means civil war LONDON (CP) Prime orthern Ireland said here lhal lepliicemenl of Iho present llls- ler government wilh direct rule from London would mean "a Morning-lifter pills prevent, pregnancy TORONTO (CP) Rycrson Polvtechnical Institute's stu- dent health clinic says it is having "excellent success" with "morning-after" pills which prevent unwanted preg- nancies for female students. Dr. Donald Barr, clinic director, said the pills, which cost ?1.35 each, are given lo female students who request them after unplanned sexual intercourse. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lelhbridge real civil war" in the troubled six counries. Faulkner made the statement lo reporters, one of whom cited lo him a call (or abolition of Stormont by The Spectator magazine, which in the past has spoken for some portion of Conservative opinion in Bri- tain. The Spectator, ill its current issue, argues that Stormont the parliamentary system which supervises local affairs in Ulster has failed and must therefore IK abolished. The Conservative govern- ment in London "must row ac- cept the full responsibility of governing Northern Ireland by dissolving the week- ly magazine says in an editor- ial. Faulkner said thai removing Stormont would be the same as "removing the cornerstones" of the Northern Ireland commu- nity. Faulkner look an important step recently to broaden the base of his government, by naming Gerard Newe ii.in- isler of state. Newe, a Roman Catholic, lias taken on the job ot Irying to reconcile the Pro- testant majoriy and the Cath- olic minority. Live Entertainment Nightly From 8 p.m. to 12 Midnight through Saturday, November 6th FEATURING "THE COUNTRY STORE" "2 GUYS AND A GAL" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED In a reference to Prime Min- ister Jack Lynch of Ihe Irish Republic, the Ulster chief said a let more can be drnie south of (Jie Irish border to br IK A elements there under con- trol and lo reduce Ihc amount of gelignile being smuggled into Ulslcr. Dublin also should concen- trate on rounding up men in its territory who are wanted by se- curity authorities in the North. The Ulster prime minister de- nied that his six counties are on the brink of economic bank- ruptcy as a result of the pre- sent political violence. But he conceded that there has been no new investment in Ulster from outside in recent months. Sask. byeleclions set for Dec. 1 I1EGINA (CP) Premier Allan Blakeney today an- nounced provincial byelections will be held Dec. 1 in the con- stituencies of Morse and Souris- Estevan. Morse was made vacant July 23 when former Liberal pre- mier Ross Thatcher died. His death came a month to the daj after his administration was thrown out by a New Demo- cratic Party landslide. Souris-Esleva'n was won by New Democrat Russ Brown who defeated Ian McDougall the Liberal incumbent. Mr. Brown died Oct. 17. While no nominations have yet been made in Souris-Estc- van, both the NDP and Liber- als have teen ready for a by- election in Morse for some lime. Jim Murdoch, 39-year-olc farmer of Ihe Central Butte district, is making his first at- tempt at public office for the NDP. Carrying the Liberal ban- ner will be Jack Wiebe, 35, a farmer in the Herbert area. In the Centre of Things WED... NOV. 3rd VIMY LOUNGE "SUNSET 4" SAT., NOV. 6th VIMY LOUNGE "VERA SINCLAIR" Royal Canadian Legion FRL, NOV. 5th BEAVER ROOM 'NIGHT RIDERS" SAT., NOV. 6th BEAVER ROOM NIGHT RAIDERS" GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 i FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. j MINGLING WITH THE STARS President Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia listens as his wife talks with actor Rock Hudson during reception in Tito's honor in Los Angeles. The reception was given by Los Angeles mayor Sam Yorty .and the motion picture industry leaders. Dead movie man tangled with Mr. K Tribute to ail cit CALGARY (CP) The Cal- gary Stampede's Flare Square want In emphasis next c.lr.s _show nol be high. Music, dnncinfi, live fcatre, i lnlnl lhal lo artists and crafts workshop j hotiy from folk singijiK an'l and galleries will be among! jazz lo philharmonic, from bal- ihe "arts alive" program. This let to clowns and marching year, the Stampede featured a sdd Al fion-ims, chair- salute to sports while slressing j man of (he 1972 Mare Square mass community involvement. committee MOSCOW fAP) Mikhail I. Romm, a leading film director who c 1 a s li e d with Nikila Khrushchev over artistic free- dom, is dead at age 70. His death Monday was an> nounccd by the newspaper Sov- etskaya Kullura. Homiii, a 1925 graduate in sculpture from the Moscow Higher Art and Technical Insti- tute, worked as a script writer before directing his first film Dumpling in 1834. His film Thirteen in 1937, about the establishment of So- viet power in central Asia, was hailed by the Communist, party and during the 1930s and 1940s he produced a number of propa- ganda films. He received an order of Lenin and five Stalin prizes for the films. In 1945 he won a prne at the International Film Festival in France. SPURNS PROPAGANDA Alter the death of Stalin, Romm publicly disavowed what he called his "shortcomings of the past." In 1962. when Khrushchev launched his attack on modern art, Romm was one of the members of the artistic and sci- entific community who wrote to the premier as'-ing him to "stop the swing in the representa- tional arts to past methods which are alien to the whole spirit of cur times." In the fall of 1962. Romm spoke out against anti-Semitism and Stalinism, adding that art- ists must "look around at what surrounds us and to formulate a judgment on events that occur in the social life of art." Khrushchev later said Romm I had "inecrrect views about the j role of film." Romrn's last film, in 1965, j was a documentary on Nazi atrocities called Ordinary Fas- cism. DEFENSIVE BODY The sea-cucumber defends it- self by expelling its own diges- tive system, in which an at- tacker becomes entangled, and i then grows another digestive i svstem. Factory Representative MR. BOB MUNN Will be in our Store THURSDAY, NOV. 4th TO DEMONSTRATE BELL and PRODUCTS SPECIAL MODEL 374 SUPER '8' ZOOM MOVIE CAMERA Sugg. Lisl 89.95 3 DAYS ONLY .95 LOWEST PRICES, TOO, ON AIL BELL HOWELL PROJECTORS SLIDE CUBE PROJECTOR Model 977Q Sugg. Lisl 164.95 3 DAYS ONLY rnwjcv, i 109 ,95 ASK FOR YOUR FREE BONUS ITEMS ON ANY BELL AND PURCHASE Anglo Distributors STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 Today's ShbWtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Railway Children" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Where's Pappa" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Omega Mail" Last Complete Show Escape to the Sun with HORST STEINHILBER in person in his latest exciting adventure film. DISCOVERING THE MEDITERRANEAN j SPAIN ITALY RIVIERA also the enchanting islands of MALLORCA PONZA and CAPRI 90 MINUTES OF FUN IN THE SUN FOR THE WHOIE FAMIIY TO ENJOY, at the YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Sunday, Nov. 7th at p.m. Tickets at leisters or at the door 52.00, Students 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 49 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EtKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. 4IH-METROS FRIDAY, NOV. 5th-MOONGLOWS SATURDAY, NOV. COMBO STARTS TOMORROW ENDS TONIGHT "WHERE'S POPPA" MY LEFT FRONT IS ITS A JUNGLE OF LAUGHS WHEN THE CARRY ON GANG GO ON A SAFARI AND ALMOST END UP IN THE STEW. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ON UP JUNGLE SOUTHERN EUjLajXZl CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CAT 0' TAILS" In Technicolor. Wednesday, November 3. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre PARADE" In color. Sim-ing James Stewart and George Kennedy. Wednesday, November 3. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DARKER THAN AMBER'1 In Technicolor. Starring Rod Taylor and Susy Kendall. Wednesday, November 3. Show at p.m. Adult Nol Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "ONE MORE TRAIN TO ROB" In color. SVrning George Peppard. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, November 3, 4 and 5. Wednesday shews at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TOMEGHT tbru SUNDAY The last man is not alone! CMLTON ADULT THE GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN CLOSES FOR THE SEASON. WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE DURING THE YEAR. WE DID OUR BEST. TO GIVE YOU THE BEST! IN 1972 WE'LL SEE YOU AGAIN WITH RENEWED ZEST! UNTIL THEN THANKS! A. W. SHACKLEFORD AN OPEN LETTER TO INTERESTED READERS In recent months we have shown numerous family attractions to less than normal business. Again we bring you another won- derfully wholesome movie for "adults to bring their children to." "The Railway Children" no sex, no violence, just good old fashion- ed quality family entertainment. Your patronage at this movie is your vote for continuance of such fine motion pictures. R. E. SHACKLEFORD, Manager FAMInr Dinnh Sheridan Jenny Aguller Bernard Cribbms MATINEES DAILY at p.m. EVENINGS 2 SHOWS and p.m.