Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
ncriMkis HOVaiHMf 1973 For sentimental reasons Ruckle's jewelry returned CHICAGO Thieves who stole jewelry worth from comedian Don Rickles have.returned a bracelet and a necklace with sentimental value to Rickles's mother. Rickles said on the Johnny Carson television show last week that some of the jewelry stolen front his hotel Room 18 days has great sentimental value. The comedian's who lives in Miami found an envelope on her .doorstep last Saturday con- taining a gold studd- ed with diamonds and bearing the words and Rickles's a gold charm police said. CHICAGO The Ruth Page Foundation has an- nounced a grant of to it college cinema and fcOO p.m. SAtUKMY an p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m.'- 9 p.m.. ADULTS CNILDftCN 14 YEARS AND UNDER FMMLY STARTSTI at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT HAVE WE GOT A VACATION FOR YOU... ENDSTONITE OF EDDIE IN COLOR ROBERT MITCHUM .Where nothing can possibly go wor. jAMES BROUN YUL BRYNNER STARTS TOMORROW paramount cinema RESTRICTED ADULT THE MOST READ BOOK IS NOW ON THE SHOWS P.M. Dr. We are going to explore ourselves through Others. SHOWS THE EXPERIMENT Teftltausen-. We expected some of the girls to change ttieir minds .but riot boys. You don't want to make 3. mistake before you start with me. IN COLOR MOUHTDINMIO establish and develop a resi- dent Chicago ballet company. Miss formerly cho- reographer for the Opera Company of for many years has been a dancer and choreographer in Chicago. Miss Page's grant will pro- vide .a year over three contingent upon public contribution of matching funds of a year. She said in a was hoping that some group or some budding young genius would come along and get a ballet company going in Chi- cago so that I would have no executive or financial problems and could put on some of my ballets when and 'if I wanted to. nothing seems to have so I am making this offer to see if we can get some Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short 9.10 FRIENDS OF EDDIE LAST COMPLETE SHOWi RESTRICTED ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short BANG THE DRUM LAST COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short BROTHER OF THE LAST COMPLETE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Hollywood nostalgia Two of the early stars of Milton Berie and Ken Murray got together at Los Angeles for a Thanksgiving party honoring long-time entertainers. Uncle Miltie is president of the Friars show business social which hosted the affair. Private peace talks Direct link across the Suez -KlIAQS Domain Lake Louise CLOSEST TO CANADA S FINEST TEL AVIV Is- raeli and Egyptian soldiers have established a direct link across the Suez It con- sists of a floating cardboard box and a length of nylon says Israel television. A correspondent who visited southernmost Israeli out- post on the Suez canal front facing the Egyptian 3rd Army said the soldiers were passing notes to each other. The Israeli soldiers told him the Egyptians had written they wanted private peace between the the help of the generals and the big COMMUNITY SERVICES CITY OF LETHBRIOGE PUBLIC SKATING and MUSEUM Nn. Niv. Nn. Nov. 26 nrrcacx Swim Swim p.m. Public Swim Swim Swim p.m. Family Swim Swim p.m. Skating FREE Public Skating p.m. ADAMS ICC Mothers Pre-School Skate noon Public Skwe Skate Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m. Family Skating CMC ICE Public Skating Skating Skating p.m. Public Skating ALEJUNKI p.m. p.m. Va. When Norfolk General Hospi- tal turned off some lights to save officials found the idea is conducive to quiet- ness. The hospital cut half the lights in about 30 hallways Monday. everyone is walking around very said Dave assistant ad- ministrator. simply amazing how quiet the hospi- tal has become. probably just keep it this way. We've tried for a long time to figure out how to keep the noise level SAN FRANCISCO Traffic police here enforce the speed even against horses. Motorcycle officer George Galbraith spotted a youth on a horse galloping down the street Monday. He said he pursued the horseman for five blocks and clocked him at al- mbst 25 miles an hour. didn't want to get too close because I might have gotten he said. The 17-year-old youth was cited under an obscure sec- tion of the city code prohibit- ing riding a horse a pace faster than a walk upon a pavement or He will appear before juve- nile authorities for a hearing on the Syria plans to attend peace meet Lebanon Syria publicly indicated for the first time it would attend a peace conference under United Nations auspices aim- ed at resolving 'the Arab- Israeli conflict. Syrian Foreign. Minister Ab- dul Halim Khaddam said his country would in the expected to begin in Geneva next they were held in accordance with our concept of He did not elaborate. Along with Syria was the major Arab combatant in the October war. Egypt is re- ported to be pressing the United States to get the peace conference off the ground next month but Israel wants to postpone the talks until after the Israeli elections at end of December. McDonnells Money Burgers Save Your Numbered Burger Bags Weekly Draws Win Up To Draws Every Friday Night on CJOC Radio You have until the following Monday at 6 p.m. to pick up your money at the CJOC office. Unclaimed. Money will be drawn for at the end of each month. The Monthly Draw is now at New of Numbers WMkly Starting Each Friday HAMBURGERS CARHY OUT FOOD SOCIAL EVENTS BIRTHDAY PARTIES PICNICS Inl AVINUI SOUTH 328-5405 SPECIAL OR DIET PEPSI HI SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre in color. Starring Gene Liv Ullman and Edward Albert. Friday and November 23 and 24. Thursday Show at p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Theatre in color. Starring Liv Sally Kellerman and George Kennedy. Thur- Friday and November and 24. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre AND THE in color. Starring Sidney Poitler and Harry Belafonte. Thursday and November 22 and 23. Thursday show at p.m. .ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Pox Theatre in color. Starring Elizabeth Hartmann and Rosemary Murphy. November 22 show p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre AND LET in color. Starring Roger Moore as Agent 007 James Bond. Friday and Sat- November 2.3 and 24. Thursday shows at .and p.m. 'ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN.