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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Where Does it Hurt" Lest Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Up the Chastity Belt" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable lor Children COLLEGE CINEMA Short "Bluebeard" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult rll INI flidl I Ml i MATINEE at 2 p.m. EVENING at p.m. SWITZERLAND SPAIN 5 The Eagles Present The 4 K'S for your Dancing Pleasure! EAGLES HALL NOV. 24th MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLYI Serving You Better! For Theatre Information Between 8.30 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. Phone 327-5100 or 328-6300 Our Office at 713A 4th Ave. S. (Next Door to Leister's) handles these calls during theatre non-operating hours. 6.30 p.m. 'til 10 p.m. theatres will answer directly Thursday, Novtmber 53, 1972 THE LETHoRIDCf HERALD 7 BALANCE PAR EXCELLENCE A member of China's acrobatic troupe rolls out cf a headstand on a comrade's head, while balancing eight spinning plates on the ends of limber rods in the troupe's Canadian tour deiut ct Ottawa. Canadian singers et roles NEW YORK (CP) Two Ca- nadian-born singers, Jon Vick- ers and Louis Quilico, will have Lhe major roles in five perform- ances of Verdi's opera Olhello opening Dec. 5 at tie Metropoli- tan Opera. Baritone Quilico from Toronto will sing the lago role in place of Tito Gobbi, who has with- drawn for medical reasons. Tenor Vickers, a native of Prince Albert, Sask., will have the title role. He has been with the Metropolitan for 12 years. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 26 Won., Nov. FRITZ SICK Hour Swim (Adults Hour Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 Swim 3-6 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Hour Swim (Adults Only) 1 p.m. ADAMS PARK and Pre-school Free Skating 10-12 Skate 2-4 Skating p.m. Public Skate 7-9 p.m. Family HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating 2-4 Public Skating p.m. ICE 4 p.m. Public Skate 3 5 NOTE: will he no public skating at the Henderson Park Ice Centre Friday, Novem- ber 24th, from to p.m., due to a previous booking arrangement. Outburst greets Him e: EDMONTON (CP) When Horst Schmid tried to explain to the Alberta legislature why a so-called adult movie had Talented China acrobats are promoting goodwill OTTAWA (CP) Following in the paths of visiting Chinese acupuncturists, table tennis players, scientists and govern- ment officials, the Shenyang acrobatic troupe of the People's Republic of China has brought yet another display of revolu- tionary optimism and inter- national goodwill to Uie Western world. The tour is part of a flood of exchange visits since the estab- lishment two years ago of diplo- matic relations with China and the thaw in U.S.-China rela- tions. The new warmth in relations between China and the Western hemisphere, and China's desire to turn the warmth into friend- ship, lies behind the two-month tour by the acrobats of Uie Americas. The visit to four Canadian cities developed from a request by External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp, who was enter- tained by traditional acrobats during a visit to Peking in Au- gust. Originally planned to take in most of Canada, the visit was curtailed to Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City and Toronto when the tour was advanced to hit U.S. centres at the Christmas season. After four nights at the Na- tional Arts Centre here, the 76- strong by Chi- nese reporters, photographers and a film Nov. 30-Dec. 3 in Montreal, Dec. 7-9 in Quebec City and Dec. 12 and 13 in Toronto. After that, it's Indianapolis, Chicago and New York, then Mexico, Peru and Chile in the New Year. A crew of Peking television reporters and cameramen from tare youth, and recreation, the Chinese government's cen- Acrobatics in China is an an- cient and popular art, held in high esteem. The skills woven into the Shenyang troupe's per- formance have been drawn from traditions dating from tha Han Dynasty of 206 B.C.-220 A.D. been shown on television cently, his comments were punctuated by pauses which could only be called pregnant. He was replying to a ques- tion from government back- bencher Ken Paproski who said the David Niven film Prudence and the Pill an English com- edy about a series of errors in- volving birth control pills had only been approved for adult viewing in cinemas but was open to anyone who watched television. Mr. Schmid, minister of cul- started by trying to explain the film's plot. a maid absconded with j some medicine from her the ALEX TAVERN Weekend Entertainment THURSDAY- "Stone Clover" FRIDAY- "Barney and the Beer Nuts" SATURDAY- "The Golden Tops" employer and found out nine months later that medicine ac- tually was aspirin." Drowned out by members' laughter, the minister himself broke up and this first outburst last about 15 seconds. He then tried to continue: "Tie medicine was placed in the first place by the husband, who was fulfilling his marital duties and he placed the medi- cine in his wife's medicine cab- inet because he fdt that she was uh, engaging in illegal Tlie House again erupted and j that's as fa- as Mr. Schmid 1 was able to go. House Speaker Gerry Amer- ongen explained that television content is under control of the federal government. A BIG LOCK LE HAVRE, France (AP) A lock feet long and adver- tised as the world's largest will permit ships of up to tons to enter the extension of the port of Le Havre. T LABOR A story for children. Tuesday, Nov. 28th from to p.m. on CFCN Channel 13. Brought to you by Simpsons-Sears. W L CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "THE WESTERNERS" FRIDAY and SATURDAY "THE LINEMEN" MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS ONLYI 4 4 tral documentary film bureau were on hand at a rehearsal Tuesday night to record the wide-eyed and open mouthed gasps of appreciation from an audience of about 250. The Chinese invited employ- ees of the arts centre, the hotel where they are staying and their families to preview the fact, anyone they had befriended since their ar- rival in Ottawa Saturday. BASED ON LIFE As well as a display of highly developed acrobats and balanc- ing jugglers, magicians and truck the show is a reflection of the popular arts in modern-day China. Each act is evolved from some aspect of everyday folk dances, street games, flow- ers of friendship, plate-spinning and a number of displays of balance and dexterity. "ROBERTS ond AKAI'' Professional Tapt Recorders and Stereo Component! Available at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 102 13th St. N. Phone ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no Bingo culled after 55 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EtKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, NOV. 23-METROS FRIDAY, NOV. 24-METROS SATURDAY, NOV. 25-RAYMOND CANADIANS paramount 6th SL 4th Ave. South, 327-5100 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY 20th AM. Mayor Mapath Dr., 328-6300- SATURDAY AT AND P.M. SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY "FORBIDDEN PUUItr WALTER PIDKOH ANNE FRANCIS LESLIE NIELSBI WUlWAIiREHSTCVENS-And IntraducimllMBr. THE ROBOT COLOR BURTOn IS 'BLUEBEARD He did away with beautiful women. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema 20th Aw. Mayor Migroth Dr., 328-6300 NOW SHOWING ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount M 4th An> Swui. 3Z7-51W NOW SHOWING f Peter Sellers asAiben T.Hcp'.nagsi, 'Where Does II j; FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY There's a rascal in the castle and he found the right keysl FRANKIE HOWERD ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema III, SL SL 4th Avt South. 327-5100 NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY boolis cf FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE TICKETS Patkagtd in ibt bandy gift cartonrltt ON SALE AT THESE LOCATIONS a.m. to Main Offics Next door lo leister's Eaton's Main Floor Toronto-Dominion Bank College Mall All Theatre Box Offices from p.m. to p.m. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Phone 327-5100 or 328-6303 15 to IB yean of ago 5 tickets in a book Per Book 5.00 Jp lo 14 years of age 5 tickets in a book Per Book 3.00 ;