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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 0, 1974 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 7 Farmers' Almanac read in 5-million households New York Times Service NEW YORK The 1975 edi- tion of the Farmers' Almanac a 48-page compendium of helpful advice recycle new- spapers (for ecology's timely articles (the metric system is on the useful information (sunrise is a.m. on Jan. inspirational messages (take time to work it's the price of offbeat recipes (peanut climactic prognostications (beware of storms on Sept. handy instructions (how to make bricks from manure) and bad jokes (heard about the pussy cat who ate a ball of wool and had is off the presses. And that means that more than five million lucky readers will be able to smile and wince their way through all of next year, or, as it is known to the almanac, "the year of our Lord 1975, being third after Bissextile, or Leap Year, and until the fourth of July, the, 199th year of the Independence of the United States." The Almanac, which claims continuous publication since 1818, is making its 158th an- nual appearance the 40th under the laughing eye of Ray Geiger, the irrepressible 65- year-old editor who publishes the magazine from Lewiston, Maine. Distributed free by "dignified and reliable spon- seeking to curry favor with grateful customers, copies of the 1974 edi- tion were circulated, ac- cording to Geiger, who now has his sights on the six million mark. For those to whom no year would be official without the day-by-day sanction of the Southern Algeria's Newfth Whff ,y' -v "THE.--. HERITAGE MOTOR HOTEL Taber Alberta's CABARET THURSDAY THE HERITAGE MOTOR HOTEL Southern Alberta's Popular COPESETIC MAGAFUS" SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "OUR TIME" in color. Wednesday, October 9 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN FORT Theatre "NOT NOW DARLING" Wednesday, Thursday, Fri-' day, Saturday, October 9, 10, 11, 12. Wednesday Show at p.m. SPECIAL PRICES. RESTRICTED ADULT Theatre "AMERICAN GRAFFITTI" in color. Ronnie Howard and Cindy Williams. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 9, 10, 11, 12. Wednesday shows at and p.m. ADULT PINCHER Theatre "THE SPIKES Starring Lee Marvin. Wednes- day, October 9 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN. 6ntd CHIN. Lit VSJB TUT. Reno. San Francisco. Hollywood. Universal Studios. Knots Serry Farm. Fisherman's Wharf. Palm Springs. Nov. ChristMs Diswylml. Piudm MM Inri TNT. Las vegas. Reno. San Francisco. Hollywood. Universal Studios. Knolls Berry Farm. Fisherman's Wharf. Palm Springs. Dec, 26th 14 days. Orishns Distqlnd Pratm HMO Bnrt TNT. Las vegas. Reno. San Francisco. Fisherman's Wharf. Hollywood. Universal Studios. Knotts Berry farm. Dec. 26th. 11 days as low Flirtfl OiSNI WMM. WlSMlftM D.C. TNT. Washington O.C. Cape Kennedy Space Centre. Cocoa Beach. Fort Lauderdale. Miami Beach. Nassau in the Bahamas. Walt Disney World. Pensacola. B Paso. Jurarez Mexico. Phoenix. Las Vegas. Jan. 1Jth. 24 days............................................... DiSMftoi Pita SpriRft. Lit VSJH TNT. Reno. San Francisco. Fisherman's Wharf. HoKywood. Universal Studios. Knotts Beny Farm. Jan. 11 jh. 14 oays. as low as.............................. WMOT Fin Rilf. Las Vegas. Reno. Palm 56. Feb. 11. March I3flv 11 days as iow as Cnrta Wiitv SIM OoaqlMt ta LnVtfss IMF. Reno. San Francisco. Fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood. Universal Studios. Knotts Berry Farm. Peb.Stri. 14 days as low as...... ffrnfa DttMf WMU. O.C. TOT. Washington DC Cape Kennedy Space Centre. Cocoa Beach. Fort Lauderdate. Miami Seacfri, Nassau in Jne Bahamas, Wall Disney Wortd. Pensacola, San Antonio. El Paso. Juarez Mexico. Phoenix, Las Vegas. Feb. 24ih. 24 days........................................ OnMflnd. CMfNL tU VlfB TOT. Reno. San Francisco. Fisherman's Wharf, HoTtywood. Universal Studtos. Knotts Beuv Farm, Pate Springs. March 1st. 16 days as tow as Ettttr Wfifaj TOT, Reno, San Francisco, fisherman's Whatl Disneyland. Hollywood. Universal Studios, las Vegas. March 27th. til cays, as low as Grand Opening DmrWlmwr MR. ft MRS. RANDY T. Trip for 2 on ROM Bowl Tour Only 1 Expo Trip Left Nov. 1 3 for Hawaii Jan., Feb., March "World's Only Airline Service On The Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS Phone 327-3536 Also Plneber Creek Travel Centre Almanac, Geiger has served up typical helpings of staples. The meat of the publication is the 12-page calendar section with its day-to-day details and general monthly weather predictions. But for the other 36 pages he has dished out generous portions of corn. the time a man realizes that maybe his father was right, he usually has a son who thinks he's The standard set by Geiger is "earthly humor done on a high moral which, to his readers, is apparently every bit as good as the comic sphere. In addition to the capsules of wisdom girdles never die. They just lose their a bit of wit (Lulu: "I'd marry him if he were rich or good looking or if he'd ask signs of the times (sign on a church bulletin board: "Try our Sun- day special soul and other features, humorous and otherwise, the Almanac offers practical wife savers. Beach Boys top record sales of U.S. groups One of many stars Rick Earhart transforms the deep and wonderous excitement of a lost continent to the frozen fantasy of Ice-dom in his fire spirit solo in one of the many great productions of Ice Capades, opening at the Lethbridge Sportsplex for seven performances on Thursday through Sunday. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO] Memorial TORONTO (CP) It's a long way from California to Holland, but the Beach Boys have gone the distance in their 12 years in the music business. The Beach Boys, who have sold more records than any other United States group, now are in the midst of a suc- cessful comeback after al- most five years of relative ob- fact few other en- tertainers have managed in the past. The group has expanded in number but the original five still are the main thrust- brothers Carl, Dennis and Brian Wilson, their cousin Mike Love and Alan Jardine. One of their most recent al- bums, Holland, featured two new Fataar and Blondie Chaplin. Blondie has since left the group be- cause, as Carl puts it: "He's into a different type of mu- sic." though he helped compose a lot of the music on the Holland album, his style was much different than the rest of the group." The absence of the guitar- playing singer-composer was noticed, however, particularly during their recent visit to Toronto. But Carl is the group will get along, saying that changes are "inevi- table." At first, the Beach Boys' music revolved around the "surfing era" in California. Surfer Girl, I Get Around, California Girls and Good Vi- brations were just a few of their early hits. But the advent of such groups as the Beatles took the public's attention away from the Beach least tem- porarily. In an interview, Carl said the American public may be reaching back to' the un- complicated sounds of the ear- ly 60s. "Our music is sort of an in- fluence to an easier exis- he said. "It repre- sents a lot of people enjoy- ment." Although he still writes for the group, Brian no longer ac- companies the rest on tours. Married now, he lives in Cali- fornia and records occasion- ally with the group in their recording studio in Santa Monica, Calif. Mike Love, the lead singer in the group, still clowns on stage but seems to be taking his music much more se- riously than the days of the Monster Mash. Love, 33, recently married his third wife and lives near the group's recording studio in Santa Monica. Carl believes working with his brothers has helped, not hindered, their development. "It's helped significantly in our acceptance of one an- he said. paramount TONIGHT and THURS. at and p.m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT ZANY BARBRA DOES IT AGAIN 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 No one under 16 years allowed ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday, October 11th: "BRIDGETOWN TRIO" Saturday, October 12th: Downstairs: "SOUTH COUNTRY 4" Upstairs: "TABER SUGAR BEAT" BOX OFFICES AT: Canada Spoitsptex Mon. thru Sat. 8 a.m. Jo 5 p.m. (Thurs. and Fri. till 9 p.m.) and at Eaton's (credit depl.) Charge tickets on your Eaton Account. Regular Store Hours. Ticket information Ph. 329-4737. Good Seats still available Right up to Show Time Corns direct to the Sportsplex. service Singer nominated for poet for four awards HOTEL TAVERN ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY Lounge Nightly: ED RUSSELL S1ARRIM WORLD CNUfflM KAREN MA6NUSSEN Opens Tomorrow 8 p.m. thru Sun. Oct. 13 Premier Event in the beautiful new CmfcGiMt SPORTSPLEX 7 EXCITING PERFORMANCES 4 NIGHTS: Tomorrow. Frt. 8 Sal 8 p.ra. Sun 6 p.m. 3 MATINEES: Sal 12 noon Sal 4 p.m. Sun. Z p.m. 16 ft under OFF afl tickets At peiteiiiiances Homptrcw S p.m. Sat. 12 noon Sal. p.m. and Sunday 6 p.m. HALIFAX (CP) Kenneth Leslie', whose poety reflected his life in rural Nova Scotia and won him the 1938 Governor-General's medal, died Monday at the age of 81. The native of Pictou, N.S., died at a rest home here. A memorial service is to be held Wednesday following crema- tion today. Son of a prosperous fishery figure who drowned while Kenneth was still a boy, he was at various times a country school teacher, preacher and political and economic debater. He spent several years in the 1930s in the New York company of Irish poets and playwrights such as Joseph Campbell, Padraic Colum, Shaemus O'Shiel and Suemas O'Brien. He wrote of his feelings of loss or. his father's death in the poem Lowland Low. In 1938, at the Halifax con- vention of the Canadian Authors Association, he received the Governor- General's poetry award for a book entitled By Stubborn Stars, a collection of verse he later put to music. Critics said the book had "the strong tang of the sea" and a reviewer with the old New York Herald Tribune once said Kenneth Leslie "is one to whom the music of poetry comes as naturally as breathing." Compared at least once to Irish school writers such as Yeats and O'Shaughnessy, he professed not to understand modern poetry and said in 1969: "I'd never win a prize today...I belong to the Victo- rian age." Fernie cable bid approved OTTAWA Can- andian Radio-Television Com- mission Friday approved ap- plication for a new cable broadcasting licence for Fernie Television Ltd. It got the green light to carry CFAC-TV Calgary, CJOC-TV Lethbridge and CFCN-TV-5 Lethbridge to Elkford, B.C Show Times Wednesday. October 9 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjeos: FOR PETE'S SAKE; LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9i05 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: NOT NOW DARLING: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9X6 RESTRICTED ATOLT COLLEGE CINEMA Stiort Subjects: DIRTY NIAflY CRAZY LARRY: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9rOO ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CW.0REN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN FRIENJ3S Of COYLE: DON'T LOOK NOW: WW LAST COMPLETE SHOW: GATES OPEN: DISCOVERED ARSENIC Arsenic was discovered in the 13th century by Magnus. LONDON (AP) Olivia Newton-John, the English- born country and western singer, said today she was stunned at the news she had been nominated for four Ballet, dance groups given funds by CC OTTAWA (CP) Grants totalling million have been made by the Canada Council to eight ballet and modern dance companies, it was announced here. The grants are: National Ballet of Canada, Toronto, plus for a choreography workshop. Grands Ballets Canadians. Montreal, plus 000 for a workshop session. Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Alberta Ballet Company, Edmonton, for a lec- ture demonstration program for students throughout the province. Toronto Modern Dance Theatre, Group de la Place Royale. Montreal, Anny Wyman Dance Theatre, Van- couver, Contem- porary Dancers, Winnipeg, Liz' son appears on drug charge ABERYSTWYTH, Wales. (Reuter) Film actress Elizabeth Taylor's 21-year-old son, Michael Howard Wilding, appeared in court here yester- day on drug charges. He was arrested with six other per- sons in a police raid at his isolated farmhouse in western Wales three months ago and charged with possessing can- nabis resin (marijuana) and with cultivating cannabis plants. He also was accused of aiding and abetting the smok- ing of drugs. The date of his next court appearance was not immediately known. Party pains DETROIT Enter- tainer Arthur Godfrey was released from hospital here after treatment for severe gastric upset Godfrey. 71. was admitted to the hospital Tuesday night after suffering abdominal pains during a retirement par- ty for outgoing General Motors president Edward Cole- awards by the American Country Music Association. "I am honored by the said the 26- year-old singer. "To be nominated for one award is an honor. To be nominated for four is unbelievable." The awards are to be presented Oct. 14 in Nashville, Tenn. Miss Newton-John's latest record, I Honestly Love You, is at the top of American charts. Knievel sued for TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) Two Twin Falls businessmen have filed a 000 suit against Evel Knievel and his Snak'e River enterprises for losses they say they incurred during the Mon- tana stuntman's attempted canyon jump last month. The suit filed by Harold Putzier and Bob Crandall says lack of security on the rim of the river canyon resulted in the loss of 800 cases of beer, 194 cases of soft drinks and 200 bags of ice the day before the jump. Spectators raided the pair's storage vehicle and conces- sion stand, the suit said. Barbra Streisand FAMILY cr paramount cinema TONIGHT and THURS. at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT In the Bast Tradition of British Comtdy NOT NOV. R.A. HOSACK Denial Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SuileB SthStS. Ph. 327-7244 Lattibridga Leslie Phillips Joan Sims college cinema TONIGHT and THURS. at and p.m. ADULT. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN fTHFOlM SUSUGEOR6E DIRTY MARY ERAZY LARRY COLOR Sf DE UUXE green acres drive-in TONIGHT THURS. t's a grubby, violent, dangerous world. Rut it's the onl) world they know And they're the only friends Eddie h GlttSOBM The Friends Of AMI Robert MRtiun Peter Boyte ALSO SHOWING: Gates open p-m. One complete show at p.nx- WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "Bridgetown Trio" Members and invited Guests ;