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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHIDOE November Orchestra leader happy with Canada WINNIPEG Neal who came to Winnipeg three years ago from New is so happy with his work that he has bought a house and is thinking of taking out Canadian citizenship. His work is making the musical arrangements and conducting the orchestra for the Royal Winnipeg job which also entails a good deal of including possibly three months next spring in South America. Being musical director for a ballet company is in some respects different from arranging and conducting music for any other kind of entertainment. The has to be but it is mainly just background music for the dance activity on the stage. LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Weekend Entertainment In The Clubroomt FRIDAY ind SATURDAY 'THE MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED QUESTS Just for the cameras Stuntman Dar dives from the top of an uncompleted 10-storey building in Los Angeles as part of a scene from an upcoming TV Smile You're Dead. Robinson fell 126 feet and landed on a 18 by 24-foot jet air bag seven feet high. He was falling at 20 m.p.h. The stunt was successful. TESTIMONIAL DINNER The County council is holding a in honor oflvlr. Bob Madill on the occasion of his retirement. The dinner will be held at the El Rancho Motor Hotel on Thursday 1973. Tickets will be sold at each. Tickets will be available at the County office 214-13th Street or from Lethbridge County councillors. County of Lethbridge No. 26 Carol still playing star despite success of TV role LOS ANGELES Carol Burnett started playing movie star when she was growing up in Hollywood. She's still at it. As a she and her grandmother went to four double-features every week. I'd come home and get my girl and we'd play what we had Carol said. I've got costumes and lights and makeup. It's really an extension of the The movie star inter- pretations actually ela- borate takeoffs of famous films are an integral part of her weekly variety show on CBS and something Carol en- joys immensely. Harvey Yield Lawrence and Lyle Waggoner form the heart of the repertory company for these. don't do impressions. I don't do she said. we try to do is get an essence and a look. Then it's up to the writers to capture the essence of what that person is in the She recently portrayed Bar- bara Stanwyck in Double a spoof of Double Indemnity. She is working on a takeoff of Joan Fontaine in Born To Be Bad. Carol sometimes hears from the stars. KINstekes BOX 1973 ALBERTA The Lethbridge Rotary Club Invites you to an of with Linda Gay Flitton Dec. 8 8 p.m YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets available at Mimic Ltd. or at the door. FUNTOIJRS BAHAMAS FLORIDA KATURIII6. HFM-MWferi ._ fr- ROSEBOWL CALIFORNIA tttn En M- McTTnTTi Fn-fMM LAS VEGAS RENO CMiM City tut MM. OEPARTIIItl MOV U tor FHEI tBOCHUHI Call YOIJI- Trav 474 7676 rvqs Abb 41h.l I KINstakes P.O. BOX 1973 ALfCMTA PIMM MDd ttM n 1 D 4 tickets f 10.00 NAME ADDRESS number of D 2 tickets a 10 tickets PH. LM I I I I I D 1 ticket G 4 NAME ADDRESS number of I D 2 tickets D 10 tickets 5 I I A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL mom m-nti or sn-mi P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL PHONE CBC Gaelic rule draws ire of MP OTTAWA The CBC took the high road and Robert Muir took the low road en route to a confrontation over the national broadcasting corporation's decision to restrict Gaelic programming in Nova Scotia. Mr. Muir Bre- ton-The told the Commons broadcasting com- mittee that the CBC decision a real threat to all ethnic programming in the Laurent president of the that the Crown corporation's mandate is to give top prior- ity to English and French programs within a framework of multiculturalism. we are said Mr. Picard. is no ex- clusion of a third language in the we recognize He indicated that if Parlia- ment as is neces- the CBC will reinstate full third-language pro- gramming for the diverse eth- nic groups scattered across At issue was a decision by CBC vice-president Lister Sin- clair to over the next live Gaelic pro- gramming on CBC on Cape Breton Island. how- is to be continued. Mr. Muir first raised the question in the Commons Sept. 21 when he asked the House for unanimous consent to send the problem to the broadcasting committee for study. the Com- agreed. The Conservative MP talked ominously of warfare between the MacEachens and the a reference to Government House Leader Allan who represents Cape Breton Highlands-Canso. ELKS PUBLIC 12S1 3rd AVENUU SOI SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NIW BLACKOUT Played Tiii Won Number November 15th IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLYJDpWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT November 10th Upstairs HAWAIIAN .Youvegot an chance of making this A great drink. 'lidVKiTMw THE PARK PLAZA PrtSMtSforyOftT ant1 Dancing Pleasure FRANCO PETRIGNANI ITALIAN TOM WEEK-END Nl. 1 BREADED VEAL CUTLETS oz. Tenderized Sirloin Tip Gravy................. Nt. MttJLEfl SIRLOIN STEAK SANDWICH oz. Top Sirloin Garlic Toait SPECIAL INCLUDES SALAD CHOICE OF POTATO AND BABY CARROTS KIN PARK PLAZA ;