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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, October 3, 1972 THE lETHBRIDGf HERALD MBWS MOVIfS YOU IIKE BEST FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "POCKET MONEY" In color. Starring Paul Newman and Lee Marvin. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oclo- bcr 5, 6 and 7. Thursday- show ai p.m. Adult. Oil spill toll of geese Friday and Saturday 'His, Hers and Mine1 AT THE r MINERS' 733 13tri ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI Pop star on Broadivay MONTMAGNY, Que. Bioiogisls fear for migrating now geese after finding 12 ead birds along tlic shores of 'iis St. Ltirence River commu- ily 35 miles northeast of Que- bec City. The shoreline is being cleaned f about 50 gallons of fuel oil pilled from a ferry last lesday. A spokesman for the Cana- lian Wildife Service said 20 to Jj per cent of the resting areas used by the geese here has been polluted. It is feared the thousands of geese which are gathering at "lap Tourmente, across the river, will not fly here until cleanup operations have been completed. Montmagny normally Is the next step after Cap Tourmente on the migration route south for the geese. A wildlife service spokesman says vegetation within a two- mile radius already has been blackened by the oil. The ferry was being towed across the river from Levis, Que., to be scrapped- By LINDA DKUTSCJI HOLLYWOOD (AP) will step into tile spotlight Thursday night, standing where Al Jolson once stood alone, and he'll sing songs so unique he can describe them only as "Neil Diamond music." To millions of fans the de- after a triumphant stand at He Hollywood's outdoor Greek Theatre where fans hung from treelops to get a glimpse of the 39-year-old superstar. The Schubert Organization, which is bringing Diamond to scription is magic. Diamond Caroline, 1 Am, I Said, Stones, Dome Too Soon, Song Sung Blue, Porcu- pine Pie and kept him perched at the top of mu- sic charts for three years. The scheduled one-man show at Broadway's Winter Garden Theatre in New York is nearly sold out. And it comes just Broadway, calls him "an American and says it's the first time since Jolson that a pop song star has been showcased alone on Broadway, Jolson appeared at the samo theatre in the 1920s and 1930s. There will be 20 Diamond performances through Oct. 21, and: one show will be beamed by satellite to Europe and Iron Curtain countries. Diamond, a native of CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH EVENING ENTERTAINMENT THURS. THE OLD TIME GROUP "VAGABONDS" FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ALBERTANS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Todays Showtimes ARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Burglars" Last Complete Show PAKAMOUNT CINEMA 'Nicholas and Alexandra" One Complete Show Friday 'Nicholas and Alexandra" Matinee Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Boxcar Last Complete Show CTtEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Cnubasco" "The Cowboys" One Complete Show OCT. 9-14 at the INFR'S miaH v Members and Guests Only NOTE: Frank Hoick and hit new Polka Band will be playing on Sat. Oct. 7, for hour begin- ning al 4 p.m. Brooklyn, now lives In An-i geles with his wile and small! son. "I went through seven years of total he recalls In an interview- "My average In- come was per year. "But it was exciting. I was learning that there was a way in which I could express my- self." His seven years of failure were spent In New York, com- posing songs on a piano and peddling them to publishers who didn't buy. Finally, the first break- through came. A songwriting- ecord production team spotted m and offered him his first ecording contract. The record, Kerry Cherry backed with So- lary Man, attracted imme- iate attention. Success had ar- ved. STAGE FRIGHT Heddy Korbee of Toronto got stage fright when singer Paul Anita invited her on to the stago ot Ontario Place in Toronto in front of people to sing. She was thrilled bul speechless. She says "I knew the words but they just "wouldn't come out." "ROBERTS and AKAI'' Profeiilonal Tape Recorders and Stereo Components Available at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 13th SI. N. I CABARET "TROJAN HORSE" ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES I Oth GAME JACKPOT IN 51 NOS. IN 52 NOS. IN 53 NOS. If no Bingo called aller 53 numbers we will continue for 10A GAME- PICTURE FRAME NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AltOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, OCT. 5 SUNSET 4 FRIDAY, OCT. 6 SUNSET 4 SATURDAY, OCT. 7 MELOCANTOS GATES OPEN P.M ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. j TONIGHT, FRI. and SAT. THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY i. FRIDAY Admitted Free of Charga Hewaslike a (atherto them...and they did what any good sons would do. ADULT From Warner Kinney "CHUBASCO" RICHARD EGAN ANN SUTHERLAND .ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! Best Art Direction Best Costume'Deslgn A SAM SPIEGEL-FRANKLIN J.SCHJVFFNEH PRODUCTION Nicholas and Alexandra A HORIZON FILM Irctt COLUMBIA PICTURES MATINEE FRIDAY 2 P.M. EVENING 8 P.M. CINEMA 4th AVE ft Slft-ST TONITE and FRI. Showing or p.m. only Harvest mishap kills farmer STRATH MO RE (CP) Harry Charles Littke, 74, of Gleichen, was killed while op- erating harvesting equipment on a farm 35 miles east ot Cal- gary. RCMP said he apparently fell from a tractor which was pull- ing a combine and was nin over by the combine. An autopsy has been ordered COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE Oct. Oct. Oct. Del. Oct. 9 FRITZ How (Adulls Swim 1-5 Swim 1-5 p.m. p.m. Mothers and ADAMS PARK ICE 10-12 Noon Public Skats 7-9 p.m. and 8-10 Skole 3-5 p.m. Family Skate Skating 2-4 p.m. ICE 1-4 NOTE: The fall and winter family and tkole pass fi now on idle at both tha Frifz-Skk Pool and the Henderson Park lea Conlre during the above hours. The pass is valued at and wll admit the entire family to all public skaling and swimming sessions from Ihe of purchase unlll May 15, 1973, PLEASE NOTE! "Nicholas and Alexandra" FINAL SHOWING FRIDAY MATINEE AT 2 P.M. EVENING ONE SHOW AT P.M. ADULT STARTS FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY CINEMA didhetavelokiU Jobeftegttat American cowboy? HE WANTED TO BE A COWBOY AND WHAT A GANG HE CHOSE! The boy from "Summer of'42" becomes a man on the cattle drive of 1866. A IBW i CULFXiPFER L CATTLE CO, 2OTH CENTURY.FOX PRESENTS "THE CUI.PEPPER CATTLE CO.' A RICHARDS HELMICK PRODUCTION ami Bull GREEN BL H co damnf LUKE ASKEW BO HOPKINS JOHN McLIAM CEOl-FRE't LEWIS W.ViNESUTHERLlN RAYMOND GUTII MATT CLARK ANTHONY JAMES COLOR BY DE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 2 SHOWS AT AND P.M. RIILSSOBTS PIE SilOSQ REMIND YOU-- ORDER YOUR THANKSGIVING PIES NOW! Pumpkin Chiffon Pumpkin Custard Apple AppU Sour Cream Chocolate Cream Banana Cream Coconuf Cream PHONE 327-1912 CHOOSE FROM THE FOUOWING SELECTIONS 9 Blueberry Cream Cheese Dutch Apple 0 Carmel Apple Blueberry 0 Cherry LOCATED NEXT TO ZELIER'S 1708 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE. Boysenberry 91 Raisin 9 Cherry Cream Cheese H Pecan A Frosty Fudge SI Strawberry Swirl H Lemon Meringue PHONE 327-1912 STARTS TOMORROW Two young runaways and a <8 ENDS TONIGHT "BURGLARS" OMAR SHARIF DYAN CANON FAMILY N y Michael DOUGLAS Will GEKR fi Jolinn.v'WnriMER .lodid'USTEIl MATINEES SUN. and MON. al p.m. fECHHICOLOP Saturday Matinee Continuous from Box Office Opens at p.m. ;