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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturday, November JO, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Actress molests ex-hubby LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- Ircss Clia Scala has been or- dered by a court commissioner to stop harassing her forrr.er husband, stockbroker Donald J. Burnett. Commission John L. Goddnrd enjoined the 37-year-old bru- nette yesterday from "molest- ing, striking, harassing or other- wise disturbing the peace" of the man she divorced a year ago. Burnett, 40. who has since remarried, said his Italian-born former wife lit a fire on top of his car and kicked a hole in the front door oi his home, among other incidents. STOCKHOLM (AP) Ingmar Bergman, Sweden's famous movie and stage director, has been married for the sixth time. Bergman confirmed in a tele- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denlol Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridso phone interview that he married Ingrid Von Rosen, 41, who has tour children by a previous marriage. Bergman, 53, has eight children. The director acknowledged that the marriage took place this fall at a place and date he would not divulge. LOS ANGELES (AP) En- tertainer Rudy Vallcc was fined and placed on six months probation for disturbing the peace in an argument with a neighbor who didn't like the street name Rue de Vallce. Tlie 70-year-old crooner was sentenced Thursday after plead- ing no contest, but told report- ers later: "It would have been cheap at twice the price." The charges were brought by Dr. Ernst Philip, who saiu Vallec called him a "Nazi pig" in a fracas Aug. Vallce said Philip led the op- position against renaming part of Vallec's city street Rue de Vallce. The city council rejected the change. LONDON (Heuter) Women's champion tier- rnaine (Jreer is to write an ad- aptation of the fifth century BC Greek masterpiece Lysislrata by a play in which Ihe wives of Athens and Sparta conspire to end war by refusing their husbands sex. Australian-born Miss Greer, 32, was commissioned by Brit- ain's national theaire and the play is to be staged at London's Old Vic Theatre next summer. Cheers ring in Commons EXHAUSTED Actress Barbara Stanwyck, 61, has been taken to ho.pilal in Santa Monica, Calif, for wliat a friend called a severe cold and exhaustion. Two music styles capture audience EDMONTON I IT I A rock group in jeans, accompanied by worth of recording ard, the crchcstra consisted of the c h a in b e r group supple- mented by two French boms, chamber orchestra in formal at- equipment, (famed with a I three trombones and one extra percussionist. The 24-voice Da- Camora Singers, under the direction of Ted Kardash, prov- m I) c r Procol; lllc bacldnK The and really mixed, tire am! the sound was fcrcnl. The five -in Harum, called the "thinking man's rock group'' by their ad- No HOW leads The Finest in Philips Component Stereo SOLD BY JACK'S RADIO AND TV "YOUR DEALER WITH SERVICE" 302 13 St. North STARTING MONDAY CAMERON WHITE AND THE YOUNG COUNTRY FROM EDMONTON Appearing Nightly at p.m. YORK HOTEL 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. OTTAWA (CP) To the cheers of some Conservatives, Paul Hellyer Und. Lib-Toronto Trinity) 'asked Thursday! whether the governments would withdraw the right to strike in all essential services under its jurisdiction. Tn Ihc checks nf New Demo-' crals. Labor Minister Brycc WODUUl CUM, Mackasey said the answer is a categorical no. EDMONTON (CPi Police Mr. Hellyer, former Liberal i report they are treating the cabinet minister who seldom disappearance of a prcgnanat asks questions in the House, had asked whether non-strike legis- j lation would be introduced at j once and telephone and air traf- fic-control services be included. Strikes are possible in both services before tire end of this year. When Mr. Mackasey rejected the suggestion, asked whether Mr. Hellyer the minister didn't feel that ordinary citizens have rights to essential serv- ices. Both men appeared anxious to carry on the argument, but Speaker Lucien Lamoureux called it off. niirers, and a -M-piece chamber orchestra played for two hours to create what is thought to be the first rock-symphonic album ever made in Canada. I The recording, to be released on the A and M label, would be only the third such collaboration released as a record. The British group's latest album Broken Barricades but one of their earliest ones, enti- lled Home, r on corns itself mainly with graveyards, coffins and corpses They abandoned mortmlilv fnr lighter poetic flights Thursday night and re- ceived .standing ovations from the crowd of more than at the Jubilee Auditorium. Members of Procol Harum ci'fy'woman strictly as a" miss-, appeared quite at home en slage with the sborter-haired musicians of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. PLAYED AT STRATFORD Their past performances in- cluded an appearance with the Stratford Festival orchestra in Ontario but this was not ing person. "We have no leads into her a spokesman said. Gail McCarthy, 23. a labora- tory technician, was reported missing by her husband, Ian. at 6 p.m., MST, Sunday, ll'i hours nflcr she left their apart- however. The orchestra generally played what sounded like mod- ern classical music and the rock group played rock. For some works, neverthe- less, the two styles comple- mented each other and captured the sell-out audience. Many said the most effective collaboration was in the major work of the night, a cantata written by Keith Reid and Gary Brooker titled In Held Twas In I. It produced powerful inter- play between (he rock group and the orchestra. CONDUCTOR JUMPING CONSERVATIVE WINNER Blake, year-old Minncilosa bank manager, held tin: rural constituency ot Strike looms at hospitals in Manitoba WINNIPEG fCP) About 300 technologists and techni- cians at 11 of the province's major arc scheduled I to walk olf their jobs Monday I over a contract dispute with the Manitoba Hospital Associa- tion. Akin McGregor, legal counsel for the hosjiitai work- ers, told a nev.'s conference here the technologists and tech- nicians voled 93 per cent in fa- vor of strike action. "There's no question about it now, they are walking off their jobs Monday, that's Mr. McGregor said. "It will be a general walkout will) the pro- vision that we will provide es- IMimirttosa fnr Ilic 1'rogres- j scntial services if we are al- sive Conservative Party in j lov.od.'' liyrlrrlion. Winnipeg hospitals, two in Brandon, two in Flin Flon and one in The Pas will be flf- llliS. CANDIII MCW DELHI (AP) Prime j Minister Indira Gandhi celc- Conduclor Leonard appeared her 54th birthday Friday to get into the spirit of the i touring the area in east- though his huge entourage often provided only a mcnt on her way to work at an b Lawrence Leon- Edmonton hospital. "There is no indication her i disappearance resulted from any domestic the! spokesman said. Shbwtimes Mr. McCarthy said he be- lieves his wife was abducted. I NSLSSQN'S PIE SHOP "Home of Delicious Pies" NILSSON S and Ihe new MINI SUB The Sandwich with Personality DINE IN OR TAKE OUT MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT FEATURING "BILLY NICHOL" Open 9 a.m. 10 11 p.m. Phone 327-1912 1708 Mayor Magrath Drive Next to Zeller's AND APPEARING IN THE AND HIGA" Admission 51.25 (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. FOOD and REFRESHMENTS AVAItABtE The El Rancho Motor Hotel is now licensed fo serve liquor and wine in Tavern its Outrider CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 51 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY, NOV. 20th-4 HITS AND A MISS ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONIGHT "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests! 4 COLLEGE C1NKMA Saturday Matinee ''Santa and the Three Bears" 'Snow Fire" Short Subjects 'Doc" Last Complete Show Sunday Matinee and the Three Bears" 'Snow Fire'' One Complete Show Short Subjects "Doc" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT Saturday and Sunday Special Matinee 'Santa and the Three Bears" 'Taffy and Jungle Hunter" 3: lo" One Complete Show "Dr. Zhivago" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Matinee "Dr. Zhivago" One Complete Show Short Subjects "Walkabout" Last Complete Show- Sunday Short Subjects "Walkabout" One Convolete Show SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRtS CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "MAD DOGS In color. Starring ,loe Cocker and Leon Russell. Saturday. November 20. Shows at and p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE ANDERSON TAPES" In color. Starring Sean Connery and Dyan Connery. Saturday, November 20. Shows at and p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "FLIGHT OF THE DOVES" In color. SlarriiiR lion Moody ,-inrl .lack Wild. Saturday. November :n. Show ad R ..in p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinemc. Theatre "A DDKAM OF KINGS" In color. SliirrinE Anlh'iny Qninn. Salurrlay ;.nd Sunday, November ?0 and 21. Shows at p.m. each nifiht. Not suitable for child- ren. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "I1IG JAKE" In Technicolor. Starring .lolin Wayne and Kichnrd Boone. Saturday, November -0. at and p.m. Adult. Shotting Sunday, November 21 only at p.m. "CAT 0' NINE TAILS" In Technicolor. Adult. RAYMOND Capitol Theatre Walt Disney's "THE BAHF.FOOT Tech- nicolor. Sfarrini; Kurt Russell, Saturday, November 20, nil p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "LAST SUMMER" In color. StarrinR Barbara Horshcy and Hicluml Thomas. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, November 50, 22 and 2.1. Saturday shows at and p.m. licslricled Adul'l. Appearing Nic Monday to Saturday, Nov. 22 to 27 At The CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th ST. N. "TONY WHITE" Don't miss this fabulous entertainer Members and Guests! SPECIAL SOCIAL EVENING Tuesday, Nov. Featuring TONY WHITE MAKE THIS SUNDAY AN EXPERIENCE I IN GOURMET DINING AT THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! RESERVE EARLYI MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 A.M. P.M. in the Dining of Hoi to 8 or Jlacon Riln ot Alhr.lo Hnl DWirK. HfK tnUy Hclicilil u -n tlnttor H business a pleasure Men's Luncheon Monday to Fritlny a.m. lo 1 background sound. He jumped up and down on the podium sev- eral times in the best rock tra- dition. The concert was recorded on a 16-track deck trucked to Ed- monton from Los Angeles for the evening. When they release their album, Procol Harum will join Deep Purple and Nice who have made records with the Royal Philharmonic and London Phil- harmonic, respectively. Brcoker and Reid write all the songs and Brooker plays the piano and does the vocals. Chris Copping plays organ. Alan Cart- wright, bass. Dave Bell, guitar and B. J. Wilson, drums. Reid doesn't play with the group but is considered an inte- gral part of it. CAN'T UK TOO WARY ZURICH (Router) Divers of the Lake Zurich police arm- ed themselves with clubs and knives to investigate reports that a crocodile had been seen by a fisherman in the Swiss lake. They approached with ex- treme caution and found a large plastic crocodile, possibly left by a summer bather. Qrissa stale where a cy- clone and tidal wave killed persons two weeks ago. feclcd by the walkout. E. L. Casey, hospital asso- ciation preKident, said the 11 hospitals will begin emergency planning this weekend and start reducing hospital admis- SHOWING SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY AT BOTH THEATRES AT P.M. ALL SEATS COLORSCOPE I 5Qc NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gerald Collins Lynn Tennant Henry Welbrock STARTS MONDAY a! 7 p. MBRYIiER SERGEI BONDARCUK-CMTJURGENS SMAKOSCIM-HAMKRUGER MNCONERO-ORSONWELLES COMPANION FEATURE BURL IVES-BROCK PETERS DAVID CARRADINE- NANCY KWAN JACK BOOKS OF FAMOUS PLAYERS DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS BBTERNAKS ZHflAGO GERALDiNE GiAPuN JULIE (ME -TOM (XJURTENAY ALECGUiNNtSS S03KW McKENNA RAW RlCHARDSOfJ ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT thru WED. TONITE AT s P'M' ONLY SHOWINGi SUNDAY" XfTP.M. ONLY. NEXT MATINEE WED. AT 2 P.M. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT CINEMA 4lk AVE 8lh ST -3215100 TONIGHT thru TUES. TONITE AT P.M. SHOWING SUNDAY AT 8 P.M. ONLY Century.foi presets EXCITING AND EXOTIC -ludith Crist. NBC-TV DOC RESTRICTED ADULT TONIGHT and SUN. Tonito nl p.m. STACTKEACH FAYE DUNAWAY A FILM BY FRANK PERRY WARN'ING LANGUAGE MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY ;