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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 2i. 1970 THE LEJHBRIDGE HERALD J Joni receives rave notices LONDON (CP) Canadian folk-singer Joni Mitchell is get- ting rave notices from London critics. She performed before an audi- ence "in an atmosphere heavy with awe and says The Financial Times in review- ing the For Maclcod, Alta., art- ist's two-hour Royal Festival Hall concert here. She hold the packed tiers "in her hand, massaged their souls and then released them ful- MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET 3 Big Mights! THURSDAY "SLEEPY JOKN" FRIDAY "SLEEPY JOHN" SATURDAY 'THE SHAMEN" GLEN'S DEN ADMISSION 1.25 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE! (Side Entrance) 2ZM LBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS" In tolor. Starring Jane Powell, Howard Keel and Russ Tamblyn. Wednesday, November 25 only. Show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "APRIL FOOL" In color. Starring Jack Lemmon and Catherine Deneume. Wednesday, November 25 show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE ONLY GAME IN color. Starring Eliz- abeth Taylor and Warren Beatty. Wednesday, November 25 show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "TAKE THE MONEY AND HUN" In color. .Starring Woody Allen and Janet Margolin. Wednesday and Thurs- day, November 25 and 26. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "PLAY DIRTY" In color. Stan-ing Michael Came and Richard Harris. Wednesday, November 25. Shows at and p.m. Suitable For Children. Get more out of life Take the fpmily to a movie the newspaper says. Joni, 26, uses the guitar, piano and dulcimer, an ancient instru- ment, a.s accompaniments for her original songs which, The Financial Times says, express "the rather tarnished hippie dream in conventional words and music." The Daily T e 1 e g r a p h de- scribes her music as "excep- tional." Her "occasional hesitancies served only to reveal the depth from which she draws her inspi- ration and the uncompromising standards she sflts herself." Her songs "shone like a dream world on the edge of childhood the news- paper concludes. Sewettes meet GRANUM met last week at the home of Mrs. M. Matheson. The hostess prize was won by Mrs. S. Byer. The annual gift exchange will take place at the December meeting. It will be held at the home of Mrs. Gordie Wesley. JONI MITCHELL Fort Maclcod Singer Noted singer warns about dr GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION HARD TIME MEMORIAL HALL, FRIDAY, NOV. 27fh 1970 9 P.M. TILL 1 A.M. Prizes for costumes! Come and have a wear your worst or best duds, no bare exposures allowed, cover 'em up with patches. Music by THE VAGABONDS Helen and Tony and the Gang with their delightful and scintillating rhythm. JIM ELLIOTT, that handsome, versatile and debonair character, will MC this gala affair. Refreshments Available TAB .99c SINGLE A COUPLE For members and invited guests! HOLLYWOUO (AT) Roger. Miller, country and western j singer, says illicit drugs sent his career into decline and helped sink his television show. He fi- nally quit them, he adds, last year. "I decided one day I was going to be a man or a vegeta- ble, "lie said in an interview. "Today I'm a man." The 34-year-old songwriter- singer, who wrote and recorded the twc-million-sellmg King oi the Road, said he started taking "uppers" amphetamines shortly after leaving his Erick. Okla., home when he was about 20 years old. Throughout travels that In eluded stops in Amarillo, Tex. where he was a fireman and in Nashville, Tenn., where he began singing in earnest, Miller said, he "was wanting to be a great song writer-singer and I would take a couple of pills and I feel terrific." Only after his performances fell below par, his ability to con- centrate declined and his atti- tudes toward people began to worsen, Miller said, did he real- ize "you can't function with fooling yourself." PILLS GREASED SKIDS Miller said pills played a role in the failure of his television show in 1907. "Before I knew it I was in kind of a snake he said. 'Pills were all I ever took." Miller said he quit when "it dawned on me that I was losing a grip on everything my marriage was crumbling music career fading." Miller, who works about eight weeks a year on the Nevada casino circuit and makes fre- quent guest appearances on tel- evision, said his career has surged forward since he quit talcing pills. "I don't have any great mes- sage for he said, "just don't get involved with pills." Miller and his wife Leah, 27, became parents of a daughter recently. They have u son, Dean, 5. PHiLCO- DEAS IN COLOR TELEVISIO! OTTAWA (CP) State Secre- tary Gerard Pelleficr said Tues- day it is unusual for the CBC not to inform him of a major decision such as last week's move to split the corporation's radio programming into two networks. Replying to J. Patrick Nowlan Valley) at a Commons miscellaneous esti- mates committee hearing, Mr. Pelletier said: "It is quite exceptional. They would usually tell me in ad- vance as a matter of courtesy." The state secretary informed the Commons Monday that he did not learn of the CBC deci- sion until he read it in the news- papers. Mr. Pelletier told the commit- tee he will be seeking more in- New Hi-Brite Picture Tube Cosmetic Color Circuit Engineered For Quality High Quality Yoke and Pin-Cushion Correction Pulse Regulated High Voltage Circuit Performance Proved Cool Chassis ACT (Auto-Lock Channel Tuning) Constant Focus Voltage Circuit 26" 9 Hour Channel Indisafor Light Phiico Transistor- ized Solid State Signal System SCREEN COLOR TELEVISION PHILCO The Wide Screen Hi-Brite 26" piciure tube has a 3 to 4 ratio exactly the same as the television camera which takes tha picture. For tha first time no-distortion and nothing lost in the corners. NOW ONLY WAYNE BAKER 25" PHILCO COLOR TV look forward 1o a larger, more life-like kind of color TV r you have never seen color so lively and natural, detail so authentic as this 25 inch screen presents. Philco has pul volis of power behind the picture locked it in with its famous Memory-Matic pre-set fine tuning. They have even created greater fidelity of transmission with such special fea- tures as a solid state signal system, and transistorized 3-stage IF Amplifieri Focus-bleeder and pin-cushion control are also important feafures. SPECIALLY PRICED AT ONLY WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE GERARD PELLETIER Surprise to Him formation on the CBC decision from the Crown corporation and would report to the Commons or a Commons committee. CBC HAS AUTHORITY The CBC has the right to make such a decision without either consulting the minister or the Canadian Radio-Television Commission, the state secretary said. The CBC announced last week that it will break its program- ming into Radio One, with light music, news e a t u r e's, and Radio Two, with heavier pro- grams and longer documenta- ries. Radio Two would be broad- cast by FM stations. Answering Robert Mcdeave Mr. Pelletier said most provinces have received funds under the government's million pro- gram to further study of Eng- lish and French. There had been informal agreements between the federal government and all provincial governments to use the fund. Replying to M. C. MeCutchebn Mr. Pel- letier said that million of million designated for the Brit- ish Ciduiabia centennial is for publicity and promotion of the centennial. The state secretary said an- other million in the cen- tennial fund is for local projects at various points in B.C. STILL UNDER DISCUSSION How the remaining million is to be used is still under dis- cussion between the federal and provincial governments, h e said. The government gave ?5 mil- lion to Manitoba for its cen- tennial. British Columbia would Second drilling rig moved to c? gas fire site CALGARY (CP) A second grilling rig has been moved to the site of a burning natural gas well on King Christian Island in the Arctic and Panarctic Oils Ltd. aspects to begin drilling next Monday. The relief well will be drilled into the formation which was tapped by the first well then water, pumped 1% miles from the coast, will be pumped down to stop the natural gas flow. The second rig has been set up 700 feet from the burning well, which reached a depth of feet. The first well, miles north of Edmonton, burst out of control and caught fire Oct. 25, burning about 40 million cubic feet of gas daily. The second rig was brought from Melville Island, 200 miles away, where it was being used in a relief operation for another Panarclic Natural gas well which went out of control ear- lier this j'ear. Today V -Shpwtimes APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 319 7TH ST. S. PHONE 328-1673 30 DIFFERENT PHILCO COLOR TVi TO CHOOSE FROM PHILCO COLOR TV AVAILABLE IN 25" AND 26" MODELS MOST COMPLETE LINE OF 26" COLOR TVs AVAILABLB BANK INTEREST ON APPROVED CREDIT PARAMOUNT Siiort Subjects "Darker than Amber" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "South Pacific" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Norwood" "True Grit" Last Complete Show 1-03 get more because Uie grants were based on population. Robert Slanbury, minister re- sponsible for citizenship, said that the government is request- ing more money for native peo- ple's organizations. Indian, Eskimo and Metis or- ganisations were to receive a total of more than ?1 million to help them decide what their needs are and to express them to government. The money would also assist these groups in promoting education nmonu their peoples. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HQSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Storo Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lethbrldg. Lefnbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY 8 P FRIDAY, NOV. 27th-9 p.m.-l a.rn MUSIC by "ANYTHING GOES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ON SALE AT MAIN OFFICE PARAMOUNT THEATRE BUILDING DAILY TO P.M. ALSO AT THEATRE BOX OFFICES TILL 10 f.M. TONIGHT and THURSDAY First Show at p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT "Hoootifiie Glen" it's Glen and Kim's and "Super Joel PARAMOUNT PICTURES Presents 'GLEN CAMPBELL KM DARBY JOE NAMATH TECHNICOLOR" "TRUE GRIT" cL PARAMOUNT CINEMA 4th AVE 8th ST> 327-5100 3 SHOWS MATINEE p.m. EVENING anci p.m. TODAY thru SAT. Wonderful Family Entertainment AD the i SONGS... of the entertainment world's most wonderful entertainment t TONIGHT and THURSDAY at and p.m. HELD OVER THRU THURSDAY Travis McGee is having a fonference with one of his clients. Business as usual. ___ wiLmim itmm NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN 'DARKER THAN AMBER" EASED ON TfEroVEL'DARKEB THAN BYJOHND feOONAUD I STARTS FRIDAY t "MONTE WALSH" ADUIT FANAWON'onJ A'MtONAlGENEU! fOilKi JilWE ;