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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Standing ovation for Ann-Mar gret LAS VEGAS (Router) Ac- tress Ann Margret made a tearful, triumphant return to the stage as a nightclub dancer 10 weeks after the 22-foot fall that nearly cost her her looks and her career. The Swedish-born entertainer went through her complete dance routine at. her Interna- tional Hotel opening, even danc- ing out into the audience to demonstrate she had been left The ALEX TAVERN WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Thursday "Barney and the Beer Nuts" Friday "Albertans" Saturday "The Gold Dots" unmarked by extensive plastic surgery and oilier operations. "I didn't think I was going to perform anywhere but thanks to the doctors and a lot of love here I am as good as she said in a tearful end-of act speech. The capacity crowd of gave her a standing ovation. "I lost 15 pounds, but girls I wouldn't recommend it as a Ann-Margaret said. The only part cut from her original act was being lowered to the stage on a scaffolding. This was what broke Sept. 10, pitching her to the stage. After the accident the actress i was given extensive plastic sur- j gery on her face. The I was performed through her' mouth so she would have no face scars. RIDING HIGH Aclress Ann-Margret is held high over dancer's heads during "comeback" performance in Las Vagas. This was her first show after recovering from near fatal injuries caused by falling from a 22-foot high scaffold during a performance last September. LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Oldtime cowboy star Ken May- nard, 77, who played the lead in more than 100 cowboy movies in the 1920s and 1930s, was re- ported in satisfactory condition here. He entered hospital last Friday with an undisclosed ill- ness. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "THE NIGHT RIDERS' 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY Electronic mischief film Thurlday, November 30, 1972 THE IETHCRIDOE HERALD 7 Alcohol No. 1 problem NEW YORK (AP) "Please stand by" is the phrase gener- ally used by a television net- work whose picture goes bad. ft also is the title of a new film that poses an intriguing ques- tion. First consider the distinct ELKS PUBLIC BINGO p.m. 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. If no Bingo called after 56 numben we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONL UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CfUB ROOMS THURSDAY NOV. 30 MOONGLOWS FRIDAY DEC. 1 MOONGLOWS SATURDAY DEC. 2 CHARADES possibility that a few years from now most network tele- vision shows will lie broadcast via domestic satellite. Can this lead to electronic mischief? Please Stand By says it can. U.S. satellite officials say it can't. The movie is about a group of technically-expert radicals who interrupt a network's satellite transmission during the nightly news to beam a counter-culture message. They do it with a stolen mo- bile television van equipped to beam a signal to satellites on station above the United States. They roll their one-minute vi- deotape message on the net- work's satellite frequency, then lower the antenna and roar off into the night, lest the Federal Communications Commission get a fix on them. The counter-culture broad- caste begin and end with a deep i Milton said. "We voice intoning, "The airwaves did all the research in the San j bslone to the people." Francisco public library. All the bslong to the peopl PREMISE IS FUNNY The film is playing in Green- wich Village. It is a drawn-out, clumsy effort. But its premise is funny. Please Stand By was pro- duced, directed and written by Jack and Joanna Milton, a young New York couple who public library, information is right there." However, an expert at the Washington-based Commu- nications Satellite Corp. (COM- SAT) says there is no way one satellite signal can be totally displaced by another. The expert says the worst that would happen during such put it together for about j an electronic caper would be It's their first feature; much video fuzz and audio OTTAWA iCP) Alcoholism Is still the major addiction problem In Canada today, prob- ably costing about million annually in indirect costs, .such as hospital care, absenteeism and other social costs, the pres- ident of the Canadian Founda- tion on Alcohol and Drug De- pendencies said Wednesday. Dr. H. 5. Jamieson of Mooso- min, Sask., said that "drugs still get all the headlines" but that alcoholism is on the in- crease while drug use probably is decreasing. He made the comments In an Interview at the end of a three- day meeting with program di- rectors from provincial founda- tions. He and several of the founda- tion's officers met Monday with federal health department offi- cials to discuss alcoholism and non-medical use of drugs. Dr. Jamieson said the founda- tion proposed setting up a na- tional office in Ottawa with a full-time executive secretary. URGE PROGRAM' The officers recommended to the government that there be a nationwide information pro- pram on to the anti-smoking and that the federal govern- ment set up a program to iden- tify and help alcoholics in the civil service. The foundation hopes a fed- eral government would act as a film. How did they research the idea of an illegal satellite sig- nal? "Well, actually the garble on our sets at home. "It's possible to mess up the t network's he said. "But I there's no way you could corn- govern- i pletely knock It out with an- ment puts out all the necessary I other signal." Cable TV helps community life HEGfNA (CP) Sas- katchewan government's deci- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Soviet bond i i arrangement I in the ivind i I NEW YORK (AP) First steps have been taken toward I a financial arrangement which I would enable the Soviet Union to raise capital from private investors in the West. j The arrangement would mean issuing Soviet government bonds to be sold in Western fi- nancial centres. Thus a North American or Western European could lend money to the Soviet Union and receive interest pay- ments. The Soviets have discussed the possibility of a bond issue with a major American bond house, although an official of the firm says "there's nothing CARDSTON Mayfair HL ine n However, banker an international the deal is "deli- "MAN IN THE WILDERNESS" In Teclmlcolor. in November 30, December 1 and 2. Thursday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox "RED SUN" In Technicolor. Starring Charles Bronson and Ursula Andress. Thursday, Friday and income November 30. December 1 and 2. Thursday show 8: 15 p.m. (CP) Judge Coughlan said TABER Tower he was disappointed "CHATO'S LAND" In color. Starring Charles Bronson and Jack Palance. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, send n city real estate agent lo jail (or income tax vember 30, December 1 and Thursday show at and p.m. Adult Not Sui able for agent, was fined Clnchak, total of on FORT MACLEOD Empress charges o[ filing false income tax returns and I w Walt Disney's "TIM! BISCUIT EATEIt" In of tax Starring Godfrey Cambridge. Thursday, Friday and is for dcler- urday, November 30, December I and 2. Thursday because deterrence :it p.m. greatest effect on the number of people in a COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT- CITY OF PUBLBC SWfMMG AND SKATING Facility Thurl., Nov. 30 1 Fri., Dec. 1 Sal., Dec. Dec. Dec. 4 FRITZ Hour (Aduiis Swim J 5 Hour A Only) 1 8 p.m. p.m. PARK 9 ICE p.m. 3-5 small communities understand- ing themselves and in a way, sion to install a cable television recreating themselves by system operated as a public access to the means of being utility represents an opportun- j able to talk to themselves and i ity for revitalization of commit see themselves." Dr. Thomas said cable broad- casting is different from other forms of broadcasting "and adult education department of should not be treated in the the Ontario Institute for Studies same way as broadcasting by in Education, told a cable tele- j owners, operators or the public vision seminar that at least two at large channels in each cable system should he reserved for com- unity use and citizens should i jy- vrm 1 ave an opportunity to learn lilXOll Selects Today's Showtimes "ARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Where Does it Hurt" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "The Other" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Kansas City Bomber" Last Complete Show Adult nity life, says Dr. Alan Thom- as, a Toronto educationist. Dr. Thomas, chairman of the, hav the skills necessary for commu- nicating on cable television. He also said the present prac- tice of holding the system oper- ator, rather than the individual producer, liable for anthmg shown on the system should be changed labor secretary CAMP DAVID, Md. (Reuter) President Nixon chose Peter Brennan, a New York trade un- ion leader, as his new labor sec- He called Canada the "most j retary Wednesday thoroughly cabled" of any coun- Brenn 54 pIsAialt D[ the try in the world. "In the past New York New York State Building and Construction Trades Councils, will succeed James Hodgson in the new cabi- net for Nixon's second four-year White House term. Presidential press secretary _ Ronald Ziegler said Hodgson cable television "advances" the j had submitted his resignation prospect of neighborhoods or that he coulci return, to pri- vate life, but was considering an offer by Nixon of a high- level post in the international system operators have been employed to build cable sys- tems in a variety of foreign countries and once again we are exporting our technical abil- ities in this area." Community programming on fraud case field. like Judge Coughlan said. "People will read this in the newspaper, hear it on the radio and see it -on television. It is unfortunate the opporlunily for a jail sentence in these charges is not available; that would have been the greatest deter- rent of all." Acton Real Estalc and Insur- ance Co. Ltd., of which Chi- chak is president, chief officer and chief shareholder, was fined on a charge of evad- ing payment of taxes on income. The law provides no option of a jail term (or non-payment of income lax, but Mr. Chichnk could be sent to jail if he failed to pay his fine. CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. 4 model lor Industry, Dr. Jamie- son said. Alcoholics miss an average of 20 more working days each year than non-alcoholic work- ers, he said, cosling industry millions ol dollars. Dr. David Archibald of the Toronto Adication Research Foundation estimated there are about alcoholics in Can- ada. Probably about twice that number are taking "hazardous levels" of alcohol. In Ontario, there are about individuals who "con- sume nine ounces or more alco- hol a he said. "That's the hazardous equivalent to the same kinds ot health hazards faced by a per- son who smokes 20 cigarettes a day." Dr. Jamieson said alcoholism, non-medical use of drugs and the more hidden problem of medical drug housewife who takes pills to wake up, to slay awake and then to go to sleep at are indicative of a much deeper social problem. "How do you solve a basic so- cial problem" People seem to have lost their sense of values, he said. "We're loosing the art of liv- ing, the art of being serene with what have." The Alberta Foundation, In conjunction with the federal and provincial governments and the national foundation, wil] act as host to an international con- gress on these problems next August, he said. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "COUNTRY BLUE7' Members ond their invited guests HEAR BRYAN GREEN World famous misiionary, lecturer, traveller and author SAT., DEC. 2nd at 7 p.m. AND SUN., DEC. 3rd at 7 p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'SANGLICAN CHURCH LETHBRIOGE All day Workshop Saturday, Dec. 2nd, commencing al 9 a.m. in Ihe Parilh Hall. Communion Service fit 8 a.m., Sunriny, Dec. 3rd at Si. Mary The Virgin Anglican Church, North Lolhbrirtga. COME JOIN USI BRING YOUR FAMILY, BRING YOUR FRIENDSI "ROBERTS and AKAI'1 Professional Tape Recorder! and Stereo Componenti Available ol JACK'S RADIO T.V. 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