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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mr. Television of 1950s returns LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Milton Eerie, "Mr. Television" of the 1950s, is returning to only in syndi- cated form. Television producer Daniel Welkes said yesterday Berle would star in and produce a series of six 90-minule tele- vision specials from Las Vegas for syndication next year. Welkes said Berle would act as host of the program that will combine a talk-interview show and musical variety format. The specials will be films and taped at various Las Vegas ho- tels and showrooms, using local 'Puzzled with your] WEDDING PLANS? Question and Answer CIRCULAR Every bride wishes her I wedding lo be just perfect. 'To help you prepare for I that wonderful day, we I have compiled a list t of questions most com- monly asked by the bride- I to be. The answers arerf I taken from authoritative J sources on etiquette. We Are Your Printing Headquarters Tor All Your Wedding Requirements. INVITATIONS I NAPKINS MATCHES PLACE CARDS THANK-YOU CARDS I CAKE BOXES and BAGS j I COASTERS I Etc. UthbriHgc Herald_ PRINTING DIVISION Cor. 7th St. and 5th Ave. S. LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3203 In Crowsnest Past See Vern Decoux In Blarrmore or Call 562-2149 entertainers as well as estab- lished stars, Welkes said. FOUND DEAD CHRISTIANSTED, St. Croix (AP) The man who taught movie sta- Errol Flynn to fence was found dead yesterday on a St. Croix beach, police said. Dr. Sandor Nagy, 72, who op- erated a New York City fencing academy for a number of years, has been missing for two days. His wife Theresa re- ported that the Hungarian-born Nagy left the couple's home early Tuesday. Nagy, who taught fencing to Olympic competitors and movie stars, retired in the Virgin Islands more than 10 years ago. MILTON BERLE produces series New rule added at winter TORONTO (CP) A new rule has been added for live- stock exhibited at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair: No artificial coloring of hair. It will be in effect when the 50th anniversary of the fair opens Friday because of an un- usual situation that happened at Denver, Colo., last year. A large hamburger chain paid a fancy price for the black Angus champion steer and ex- hibited the animal around the country. The champ grew steadily paler as he travelled and eventually turned white, betraying his crossbred an- cestry. That would never do at the Royal which culls all but the test from its crowded barns, upholding standards that at- tract buyers from all parts of tho world. Last year, they brought in an ultrasonic scanning cisvice that can detect false padding. Some exhibitors had been pumping oil and wax under the skin of animals whose fat was une- venly distributed to improve their appearances. IN PHIZES More than in prize money will be available for the 17.000 entries of livestock and farm produce, including exhib- its from more than 20 foreign countries. Another will be dis- tributed in the Royal Horse YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th ST. N. JACK'S Turn your backon unwanted noise. Zeniths new Directional Hearing Aid. Zenith's smallest behind-the-ear' I hearing aid, the gives you "directional" hearing. And, if you find that much of the sound coming from around you is really irritating back- ground noise, this aid may be just right for you. The new microphone in the Westwood "D" tunes down distracting noise from the side and rear, letting you concentrate on the sound you want to hear. Come in for a free demonstration Ihc quality goes In before the name gees LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 Paramount Theatre BIdg. Ph. 328-4080 Every Night This Week "ALTON JACK AND GENERATION" Show, the fair's prime specta- tor event, with championships to be c'ocided in classes ranging from children's ponies to inter- national jumping teams. The United States, silver medallists at the Olympic Games in Munich last summer, competes against Canada and Mexico in the international event. They will be joined in in- dividual events by Graziano Mancinelli of Italy, the Olympic individual champion. For the first time at the fair, riders in the open jumping competition will have an oppor- tunity to compete against the Olympians in a event in which the top 10 finishers share the prize money. Non-competitive features of the fair include daily perform- ances by the RCMP Musical Rico, demonstrations of spin- ning, sheep-shearing and quilt- ing and displays of art and pho- tography. Laurentide profits up VANCOUVER (CP) Laur- entide Financial yester- day reported net earnings of for the first nine months of its 1972 fiscal year, up from the 1372 figure of 3J0.473. Earnings per common share we S4.3 cents, compared with itl.5 cents a year ago. Included in the earnings fi- gure are earnings of by a Laurentide srbsidiary, Union Acceptance Corp. Laurentide reported a busi- ness volume of S302.3 million for the nine-month period, up million over the same per- iod last year. Film turns youth on TORONTO (CP) Reefer Madness, a 1936 low-budget epic depicling the perils of "the deadly weed" mari- juana, has Toronto's head set howling. And after they've seen the propaganda flick aimed at turning the nation's youth off pot, many of them leave the theatre and light up a few joints. There's even a few whiffs of the weed in the air as the young audience watches people on the screen go in- sane as the progress of their addiction is marked by ever- widening circles of black make-up around tlreir eyes. The film was intended for parents to educate their chil- d-en against the dangers of marijuana smoking. But 36 years later, theatre audiences view the experience of seeing the picture as camp. The film begins and ends with a clean-cut doctor in a double-breasted, pin-striped suit addressing a PTA meet- ing. "Watch he says. "It could happen to you, or to you, or' to you." And in between, the movie has all-American youths being corrupted by fiendish dope peddlers. MEET SAD END Of the six principal charac- ters, two are murds.-ed, one commits suicide, one goes in- curablv insane and one is res- cued from the gallows after being wrongly convicted of murder. What happens to the sixth isn't too clea'.- but the movie's message is crystal clear: If you smoke marijuana, you'll get burned. The film has been playing for two weeks to crowds theatre manager John Carroll describes as "fantastic, espe- cially considering it's show- ing in a new theatre." Just as the old-fashioned melodramas invited the au- dience to hiss the villain, the audiences of Reefer Madness jeer the good doctor and his advice and cheer when another innocent is seduced irto sin. The film is owned by the National Organization the Reform of Marijuana Laws Peter Laivford has surgery HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor Peter Lawford was in fair con- dition here after undergoing surgery for removal of a pan- creatic cyst, a spokesman for Lawford said. The 49-year-old actor was ex- pected to remain in hospital for several days. The spokesman said Law- ford's doctor was satisfied with the results of the four-hour op- eration late Saturday. CHINOOK CLUB FALL STAG TUES., NOV. 7-8 p.m. MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY AT THE MINERS' 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI 4 4 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES- CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CATLOW" In Metroeolor. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 7 and 8. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PRIME CUT" In color. Starring Lee Marvin and Gene Hackman. Filmed in and around Calgary. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 7 and 8. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "TWO-LANE BLACK-TOP" In Technicolor. Starring James Taylor, Warren dales and Laurie Bird. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 7 and 8. Tuesday show at 8: IS p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "FRIENDS" In color. Starring Sean Berry. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 7 and 8. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adull. (NORML) and 40 per cent of its profits goes toward NORML's efforts to make marijuana legal in the United States. Audiences entertain them- telves by reacting against the film. As a sweet young thing draws the deadly reefer to ho? tender lips, there's usu- ally the cry: "Don't do And that usually brings down the house. Tue.doy, November 7, 1971 THI UTHMIDOI HfUUD 7 ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT-British television person- ality David Frost and actress-singer Diahann Carrol are shewn at New York's Ploza Hotel where their engage- ment was announced. Frost and Miss Carroll plan to marry at Easter lime in London. neanng on mine safel CALGAHY (CP) A closed inquiry into safety conditions at the Grande Cache coal mire oparated by Mclntyre Porcu- pine Ltd. has been deferred in- definitely. The Alberta Resources Ener- gy Conservation Board said the investigation was scheduled for Monday but discussions held at the mine by two board rep- resentatives Saturday indicated the inquiry would serve no use- ful purpose. Board member Dr. Norbert Eerkowitcz said ths company had complied' with an order from the mining director to change some techniques and provide additional roof sup- port. Most of the matters were of a technical nature, he said. j The inquiry was scheduled after safety standards were j questioned. Ordination of women issue tabled CALGARY (CP) The An- glican Diocesan Synod for southern Alberta was unable to decide here on ordination of women. After debating the matter, the synod agreed a vote would be premature and tabled the is- sue indefinitely. 1 Also sent back for further! study was a resolution on rec- ognition of other ministries in j non-Anglican denominations. j i STUDY STIPENDS I The synod approved forma- tion of "a committee of three clergymen and three laymen to review basic stipends for I parish priests. The base, excluding housing j and car allowances, now is 500 annually. The synod was told this should he raised to so it would he in line with northern Alberta, where the stipencd is j and some diocese in Brit- ish Columbia where the base is more than annually. J Boarf inspectors are to make follow-up reviews to en- sure safety requirements are being met, tlie board said. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Wrtt'h cf God" Lsst Conrolete Show Adults Not Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "The Candidate" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "Love Cycles" "Pleasures of the Bath" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult paramount Oth EL 4th Ave. South, 327-5100 STARTS THURSDAY Winner of 3 Academy Awards Best.Family Film of 1971 EVENINGS DAILY AT P.M. ONLY FAMILY EVENINGS MATINEE PRICES FOR THIS ATTRACTION ADULTS Children Up to 14 51.75 51.00 NO GOLDEN AGE FREE LIST SUSPENDED paramount cmemti 6th Si. 5 4th AVE. South, 3Z7-5100 STARTS TOMORROW A SHOCKER! RESTRICTED ADULT AT AND P.M. A MINIATURE CLASSIC! 'The Nightcomers' scoops up our curiosity right off and keeps us shivering in anticipation! All the roles are played beautifully but The Nightcomers' is Marlon's Hale. New York Daily News "A HORROR SCENARIO OF DRAMATIC DRIVE AND SINISTER CHILL... EXCELLENTLY Quinn Curtiss, in The New York Times JOSEPH E LEVINE cresenis AN AVCO EMBASSY PICTURE IMRLON BRANDO in a MICHAEL WINNER Film 'THE NIGHTCOMERS" Music by JERRY FIELDING Wntlen bv MICHAEL HASTINGS BUY BOCKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE 5 FOR THE PRICE OF ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Bill SL Ave. South, 327-5100 TONIGHT end WED. at and p.m. Introducing HQRNE. He's not exactly what the Lord had in mind. 'A WINNER" ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount cinema ADULT INTEITAINMCM COLOR' 8th St. 4th Ave. South. 327-5100 Last Times Tonight at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Shopping Mdl Free CONCERT FEATURING BALDWIN ORGANS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER AT p.m. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL 1818.5th.AVENUE SOUTH EVERYONE WELCOME NO ADMISSION CHARGE Featuring HAL RANDALL cf SAN FRANCISCO at the BALDWIN ORGAN IN AN "ORGAN TOP CONCERT" Sponsored By BALDWIN ORGAN CO. end BERTI SCHOOL of MUSIC Phone 327-0115 ;