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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Sivimming hole dangerous CALGARY (CP) A coron- er's jury recommended here that a swimming hole in which two boys drowned this suinn.er be filled with enrt.li to leave a safe water depth. The hole is a popular swim- ming spot in the Elbow River. The jury also recommended swimming be banned in unsafe sections of the river and that lifeguards be responsible only for areas considered safe. Water parley iiames Mang EDMONTON K. C. Mang of Regina was elected president of the western Can- ada water and sewage confer- ence at its annual convention. Mr. Mang, who succeeds J. W. Grnisgc of Edmonton, had been vice president of the organization. He will also serve as the chairman of the western Canada section of the Ameri- can water works association. Film board productions top list TORONTO (CP) The Na- tional Film Board of Canada walked off wilh the lion's share of honors at the annual Cana- dian Film Awards, winning 19 of U9 awards, including seven best films. Best feature film was Mon Oncle Antoinc. a French-lan- guage movie which took seven other awards. Claude Julra was named best director of a feature film, Jean Duceppe best aclor and Olivette oat Make Business a Pleasu.a! For your business luncheon enjoy hearty Food, and prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Luncheon Buffet Served every Monday to Fri- day from 12 to 2 p.m. in our Licensed Dining Room. Thibault best supporting ac- tress. Feature film awards also went to Michel Brault, cincma- tography; Clement Perron, screenplay; Roger Lamoureux, I sound; and Jean C'ousineau, original music score. I n non-feature categories, NFB best-film winners were: Lcs Philarmonistes; The Sea, Evolution; Temples of Time; Ski de Fond; and Don't Knock the Ox. Awards for work in non-fea- ture NFB productions included: Don Arioli, best screenplay, for the films Hot Stuff and Propa- ganda Message; Claude Pelo- quin, best non-dramatic script, for L'llomme Nouvcau; William Mason, best color cinematogra- phy, for Dcalh of a legend; Sorgo Bcauchemin, best sound editing, for Lcs Philarmonistes: and Mike McKennircy, best direction, for Atonement. Only other feature film to lake multiple awards was Cine- mex Intcrnalional (Canada) Ltd. production of Fortune and Men's Eyes. Danny Freedman won the award for best support- ing actor and Douglas Robert- son for best editing. Best actress in a feature film was Ann Knox, in The Only Thing You Knuw. Peter Sander got the award for bast art direc- Oddities in ike news ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (Reu- ter) Florence Late heard a man trying to force his way inlo her house here so she picked up a cutlass and cut off one of his fingers. Miss Lake told reporters sh challenged the man, but he continued to force his way in. She grabbed the cutlass and swung at his hand open- ing the door, severing a fin- ger. A man arrived at a local hospital later with a finger missing and was detained by police. NO LAUGHING MATTER SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) "Tell me something my dear you really do, V 4 you 11 cure my housewife's i J 9 -if COLOR EXTENSION PHONES 00 A LOT FOR A LITTLE Housewife's stomp is what you get from always running to answer the phone. In a one-phone home. You know the story. You're at the far end of the house changing your dress and the phone rings. By the time you slip into something, dash down the hall, trip over the rug and answer the phone, all you get is a dull buzzz. So you stomp, stomp, stomp your little housewifely foot. Well, give your husband the whole tiresome story. And if he doesn't listen, if he doesn't get you a colorful, color extension phone for as little as a month, banish him to the dog house. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES entertainment edi- tor Harry Martin of television station KCTiA asked his mys- tic guest on a live noontime show. "I see you in a hospital with your arms and legs raised like you might be in a said Mary Lou Smith, who claims to be clairvoyant. Martin laughed it off by saying she must have been re- ferring to the lime Martin's wife Polly broke her leg. The next day, Martin was in a cast in Mercy General Hospital with a broken ank- le, cracked ribs and cuts and bruises suffered in an auto ac- cident on his way home five hours after the interview. The story was confirmed by KCRA news director P a u 1 Thompson and the noontime show's producer, Bill Duke. lion in a feature film (or Tiki Tiki. Other non-feature best-film winners: ft S'tarts at (he Top, by Clietwynd Films Ltd.; Found Sculpture, by the Ontario Edu- cational Communications Au- thority; CTV's The Human Earlv Years; Essai a La Mille, by Films Jean-Claude L a h r c (j u e Inc.; S h e b a n do w an; A Summer Place, by Westminster Films Lid.; Under The Sun, by Chi- nook Film Productions; Contai- nerization, by Canawest Produc- tions; and the CBC's The Me- gantic Outlaw. Other non-feature awards: John Sannen, best editing, for The Creator; Snak Zotoii and Ron llallis, best j black and white cineniatogra- pliy, Night Sln'ft; Dan Gibson, best sound location recording, Sounds of Nature; Film House of Toronto, best sound re- recording, North of Superior; Richard Lambert, best art direction, The Magnificent Gift; Larry Crosley, best original music score. Seasons in the Mind; Carole Lazare. best per- formance by an actress, The Megantic Outlaw; and Colin Fox, best performance by an actor, Durham and the Two Na- tions, i Today's Showtjmes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Wiilard" Last Complete Show PAHA.MOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Bananas" Last Complete Show 9-20 COLLEGE CINEMA "What's the Matter with Helen" 5 "Sherlock Holmes" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-iN "Three Horror One Complete Show 7: SO Last Time Tonight 3 HORROR FEATURES "The Psychopath" In Color 2nd FEATURE 'The Deadly Bees' FEATURE "Dr. Terror's House of Horrors" In Color Gates Open p.m. First Show Ht p.m. Admission Ec.ch Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight MONDAY, SEPT. 27th thru SATURDAY, OCT. 2nd FEATURING "BILL AND MARIE BREIN" UPTOWN COUNTRY POP AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARKHCE CENTRE Tuesday, October 5tK Free Public Skating MO- p.m. Friday, October 8th AAothers and Pre-Schoolers (Free Skating) noon Public Skoting p.m. Saturday, October 9th Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Sunday, October 10th Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Family Skating p.m. Monday, October 11th (Thanksgiving Day) Public Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, October 8th Free Public Skating p.m. Sunday, October 10th Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wedlnesday, October 6lh NOON HOUR SWIM.............. p.m. Public Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. Friday, October fltli p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swim Saturday, October 9th Public Swim Sunday, October 10th Public Swim Family Swim Monday, October llth (Thanksgivin Day) Public Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. NOTE: The now Fall ond Winter Family Swim and Skato Pass, is now on snlc at the above facilities, During Public Sknling liours only. The pass is valued at ond will admit tho rntiit) family to all skating and swimming sessions from the date of purchase, to May Monday, October 4, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO 7 NEW CO TORONTO (CP) Commo- dore William Hayes, former commander of an Atlantic de- stroyer and rnincsweeping flo- tilla, has been appointed com- mandant of the Canadian Forces College in Toronto. He succeeds Brig. W. If. Seamark who becomes commander of the Canadian Defence Liaison Staff in London. B.C. premier in Eii gland LONDON (CP) Premier W. A. C. Bennett of British Colum- bia has arrived in London for meetings with potential inves- tors in the province's future economic development. Bennett plays host to a num- ber of bankers and industrial- ists at the newly renovated British Columbia House in the west end. Bennett has made a practice of coining to Europe every year on such promotional trips. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 tethbridgo AVE 8th ST 32M.KIP I Tonight thru Wed. At and p.m. He's at it again that master of Satiricle Comedy "Woody Allen" it'll fracture you ADULT Not Suitable for Children ROLLINS-CHARLES H.JOFFE woody aliens "bananas" nnr nnrr, Executive Prcdocer lOUISE LASSER- CHARLES HJOFFE MCKGROSSBERG coming "Tales of Beatrix Potter" Next In Technicolor COLLEGE and TUES. I First show at p.m. SHELLEY WINTERS DEBBIE REYNOLDS' ADULT Not Suitable for Children "What's Ths Matter With MARTIN RANSOHOFF rteffltation COLOR United Artists "THE PRIVATE LIFE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES" PHONE 71100 llUNCJlSlllJif MAYOtt MAGRAUjVCOPTS HIGHWAV TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ADULT Introducing... the plans for a new business venture: Italian MICHAEL OJNE COWARD 'THE I1M1AIV JOB' SECOND FEATURE PAUL NEWMAN JOANNE WOODWARD ANTHONY PERKINS XfflQ? BO 22 Regular opening times for this program Gates 7 p.m. Show 8 p.m. Tonight and Tues. At and p.m. "A DANDY TOP-NOTCH THRILLER" John Scliul.rck, ABC TV ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Where your nightmares end... COLOR begins. DON'T SEE IT ALONEI NEXT ATTRACTION Walt Disney's DUCK" ;