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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 3, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 7 DR. C. A. PALMER DR. A. M. LOCATELLI Optometrists are pleased to announce that DR. GERALD R.MEZEI Is now associated with them in the practice of optometry. 407-Sth Street S., Lethbridge Phone 327-4222 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE 16 ytart ELKS and INVITED ONLY WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday, Oct. 4th "THE DIPLOMATS" Saturday, Oct. Downstairs: "ODD FELLOWS" Upstairs: "RAYMOND CANADIANS" SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BILLY TWO HATS" starring Gregory Peck and Desi Arnaz Jr. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Oct. 3, 4, 5. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLAZING SADDLES" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct 3 4, 5. Thursday show at p.m. SPECIAL PRICES. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. WARNING! COURSE LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT. TABER Tower Theatre "MCQ" in color. Starring John Wayne. Thursday, Friday Saturday, Oct. 3, 4, 5. Thursday, shows at and p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TONIGHT thru SATURDAY 'WES KUCHERAN' AND 'MAGIC CITY' at the MINERS' 733 -13th Street North Members and Invited Guests Only! LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT In The Clubrooms THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd "GERRY" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OCTOBER 4th and 5th 'South Country 4" Members and Invited Guests Hollywood plans film on Wounded Knee story MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Screenwriter Abby Mann says film crews may begin work early next year on a movie about the Wounded Knee oc- cupation on the Pine Ridge reserve of South Dakota. Mann, who won an Academy award for his Judgment at Nuremberg script, said in a telephone interview Wednes- day he has completed about two thirds of the Wounded Knee screenplay. He said the film will star Marlon Brando as a lawyer who becomes involved with the Indians occupying the historic village. He said it won't likely be a literal portrayal of the 71 day seige. Mahn said the film would be distributed by Columbia and that a "major director" is be- ing sought for the project. UNIQUE MUSEUM FIGUERAS, Spain (AP) Unpredictable painter Salvador Dali has finally found the spiritual centre of the world it is a museum opened here and devoted mainly to himself. He opened it last weekend in the former Figueras theatre which lies only a few hundred yards from where Dali was born 70 years ago. The museum is being labell- ed a "temple of Kitsch" or a "digest of surrealism" but Dali refers to it as the "spiritual centre of the He already has singled out the world's geographical centre it is the Perpignan railway station in France across the border. Lunch hour show for workers OPENS THURS. OCT. 10 thn SUN.. OCT. 13 WORLD CHAMPION KAREN MAGNUSSEN Cmfe tans SPOMTSPLEX 7 SPECTACULAR PERFORMANCES 4 HIQHTS: Fit, 3 MATINEES: Set 12 noon 4 pjn. and Sender pjm. 13.00 -S4.00- 14.50 SWO tt YOUTHS 1t Than. 9 12 noon 4 p.m. Son. pm ICEMADES MXOFRCESAT SPOnTSPlEX 329-4737 CHARGE ICE CAPAPES TICKETS ON YOUR EATON CHARGE ACCOUNT Ontor Bj Mail: Send Crteque or Morey Order payable to Ctty toe Capades Box Office. Canada Games Spwtsjtfsx. City Hall, lefhbrtdge. Alberta. SWle number tfl ifadtrtte ane youths} price and pertormartoe des'lred. Enclose seW-addressed. stamped envelops 1or prompt of Oonl SIGNS XAVIERA CITY-TV Toronto has sign- ed Xaviera Hollander, author of the Happy Hooker, as a pan- elist on its Beauty and the Beast serits. THE TOWN CHEF "THE JAZZ SCENE" SUNDAY. OCT. Slh p.m. to 12 Midnight 740-4th Avt. S. college cinema Mayor Mapath Dr.. 328-6300 TONIGHT thru SAT. at and p.m. HELD OVER THRU SATURDAY THERE'S NOTHINV THEY WONT DIRTY MARY BEY UIHHY Wizard on ice Refreshing and exciting, with the skill and poise of a true professional, for- mer Swedish champion Ann-Margret Frei, headlines the exciting new Ice Capades show, opening at the Spdrtsplex in Lethbridge on Oct. 10 for seven performances through Oct. 13. Edmonton loses million Show Times EDMONTON (CP) An idea first discussed over a drink bloomed into a lunch hour treat for downtown workers and shoppers last summer. Brian Dale, director of the city library system, and Irene Watts of the Citadel Theatre, were having a drink one after- noon and started talking about things that could be done on the plaza outside the down- town library. "What finally happened was that she said she'd get together a group of young players for the summer if I could come up with the recalled Mr. Dale. Mr. Dale got a total of from the provincial and municipal governments and the Klondike Days Association, enough to give six aspiring actors a job for the summer. The actors between tha ages of 16 and 21, earned 180 a week while gaining experience in their chosen profession. Crowds of more than 100 stopped at the plaza on warm summer days to view the per- formance. The players stuck to comedy and looked for different material for each daily performance. "We tried to go for things on the lighter said artistic director David Sereda. "I you start getting into something too heavy, you limit the appeal." CALGARY (CP) A convention involving more than delegates and which should generate about million for the local economy has been moved from Ed- monton to Calgary due to a lack of proper convention facilities in the Alberta capital. The Federation of Automobile Association of Canada's trade show and convention was to be held in Edmonton in October, 1975, but was shifted to Calgary after the Stampede City open- ed its new block long conven- tion centre. Jim Clare, federation ex- ecutive vice president, said Thursday the delegates and the convention itself will spend more than million when it takes place. The new convention centre will house the activities and four entire hotels and parts of two others will be used to house delegates.. Edmonton Plaza Hotel manager Bob McCauley es- timated the loss to Edmonton at about a quarter million dollars more than just the loss of convention revenues. He said the move of the convention to Calgary will lose about for cor- porate taxpayers in the Alberta capital. The federation has indicated it will hold a convention in Ed- monton if and when proper convention facilities are available. Winston Churchill High School Presents HOMECOMING 74 SATURDAY, OCT. 5th WCHS invites all graduates from 1960 to 1973 to attend the celebrations. OPEN HOUSE P.M. PEP RALLY P.M. PARADE P.M. FOOTBALL GAME P.M. COFFEE HOUSE and ENTERTAINMENT P.M. paramount cinema THURSDAY thru SAT. HELD OVER FOR 3 MORE DAYS OMINS In the best tradition of sophisticated British comedy. RESTRICTED ADULT JUUEEGE BIliFRASER INRAUSltRDERRENNESBITT JQANSIMS BARBARAWNDSOR green acres drive-in COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPAR1 Public Swimming, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE and Museum Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. OCt. 7 FRITZ SICK SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) p.m. PUBLIC SWIM SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) SWIM SWIM p.m. FAMILY SWIM SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) p.m. HENDERSON ICE SKATING SKATING SIR ALEXANDER GALT p.m. The Community Services Department of the City of Lethbridge would like to announce that registrations for swimming lessons in the fall session at Fritz Sick and Stan Siwik swimming pools are presently being taken at Fritz Swimming Pool. For further information please contact Fritz Sick Pool at 327-4689 or Community Services at 329-4877 local FRIDAY SAT. and SUNDAY r Boys' taJce to tlie alir and t still fly off the Joseph E. Levine and Avco Embassy present An Ittlo Zingarelii Film ADU LT COMPANION FEATURE Joseph E-Levine Presents An Avco Embassy Film Call Me Trinity" Galis opw p.m. One complete show p.m. LAST TIME TONIGHT 'HERO" and "JORY" in color Thursday, October 3 PARAMOUNT THEATRE CHINATOWN: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: No Short Subjects ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short SiKbfedtS: NOT NOW DARLING: tAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: 0TRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9X30 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACHES MOVE IN HERO: 8-00 JORY: 955 OWE COMPLETE SHOW: GATES OPEN: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount Starts Tomorrow _____________________ SHOWS AT p.m. rr.lMHti'f vmlv f IIIMIV del-time farce. her -Vincent Canby. New YorK Times ZANY BARBRA IS AT IT AGAIN irSAGASI FAMILY HTERTMNMENT Carbra Streisand sake COLUMBIA WCTWftES RASTAfl PtCTUflES on-sent 8AW6RA StflBSAND "FOB PETE'S SAXE" A PETER YATES PILM sttmng WtCHAEL SARHAZW ESTCLtE PAWSONS WOLIY PJCON WILLIAM IN COLOR Ends Tonight "CHINATOWN" Paramount Showing at Both Theatres SATURDAY and SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY at p.m. FIRST RUN FAMILY ATTRACTION Smbad battles the creatures of legend IN THE MIRACLE OF FAMILY ;