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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 i i Thunday, October LETHMIDQE HEBALD-7 art ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ i i PARTI: 1-higher; 2-True; 3-Antonio de Splnola; 4-Jordan; 5-a PART II: 1-c; 2-e; 3-b; 4-a; 5-d PART III: 1-e; 2-d; 3-a; 4-b; 5-c PICTURE QUIZ: Giovanni Leone ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NIW BLACKOUT Playtd Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit PurctaMd) PAYS DOUBLE NooMUMtoMSyMrtaHowM! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS >ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday, October 11tfc "BRIDGETOWN TRIO" Saturday, October 12th: Downstairs: "SOUTH COUNTRY 4" Upstairs: TABER SUGAR BEAT LABOR CLUB Cmer2itAw.nri13tkSt.lMrn WEEKEND ENTOrTMIIKNT In The Clubrooms THURSDAY, OCT. 10th "Oerry" Friday and Saturday October 11th and 12th "The 49'ers" Members and Invited SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre WALT DISNEY'S "OLD YELLER" starring Dorothy McGuire and Fess Parker in color. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 10, 11, 12. Thursday show at 5 p.m FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "NOT NOW DARLING" Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 10, 11, 12. Thursday show at p.m. SPECIAL PRICES. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "AMERICAN GRAFFITTr in color. Ronnie Howard and Cindy Williams. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October and 12. Thursday show at and p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WHERE THE LILIES BLOOM" Thursday, Friday. Saturday, October 10, 11, 12. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. CP Air service to Peking stalled VANCOUVER (CP) A fare dispute with the Chinese government has held up until, at least January, CP Air's long-planned Vancouver to Peking air service. The weekly service via Tokyo and Shanghai was set to begin Wednesday but both that deadline and and an earlier May 4 starting date were dropped because of mounting obstacles, a CP Air spokesman said today "There is no way the flights can start before next information officer Ron Keith said. "We haven't even got an agreement to talk to them about the fares dispute yet." He said the dispute centres on the Chinese suggestion that the Vancouver to Peking ex- cursion fare be lower than CP Air's current Vancouver to Tokyo fare. He said CP Air objects to the proposal because it would indirectly permit Japan air- lines to undercut CP Air's Vancouver to Tokyo fare STEPHANIE MILLS WORKING ON ALBUM Teen-age singer sang conversations ADULT SKATING CLASSES Co-sponsored by the COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDQE LETHBRIDQE FIGURE SKATING CLUB (FtgimSkatMnotrwiiilrad) The program will consist of ten (10) hour ses- sions with classes for beginners and those who wish to learn all levels of basic skating There will also be instruction for those wishing to learn the basics of figure skating and ice dancing. Professional instruc- tion will be provided by the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club. paramount cinema STARTS TOMORROW and p.m. ENDS TONIGHT AT PARAMOUNT THEATRE I funny cKi-time farce STREISAND at her Can by New York Times FAMILY COLUMBIA PICTURES BAETAR PICTURES promt Car bra Streisand P FEATURE KAREN MA6NUSSEN Opens TO-NIGHT 8 p.m thru this Sunday Premier EvMit totnebeautHul iww duel GMNS SPORTSPIEX 7 BRILLIANT PERFORMANCES 4 MIGHTS: Tcwajjht. FH. and Sat 8 pjn. Sun. 6 pjm. 3 MATINEES: Sat 12 noon Sat 4 pjn. ft Swn 2 Prices: HJO Youths, 16 under off Sat 4 p.m and Sunday 6 pjm BOX OFFICES: At Canada Games SPONTSPLEX Monday Vm> Saturday. 8 am to S PJRU and Eaton's (charge tickets on your Eaton's aoct) Regiflar store hours. Ticks! informaHon Phone 329-47S7 Good seats available rigfn up ft> Stew Time Come direct to the Canada Games Sportsptex By STEPHEN FORD NEW YORK (NBA) Until she was five years old and the neighborhood bully had pluck- ed the hat from her head, Stephanie Mills rarely if ever spoke in normal sentences. Up to that point, her every retort was in song, no matter what the situation, and she always managed to find some snatch or couplet from a popular song that answered the question and fit into her juvenile opera. But Stephanie learned that sweetly impugning the bully to return her cap was not too effective: she had to talk. Stephanie, now 15 years old, does respond in sentence form but she has never stopped singing In fact, her singing has earned raves from critics for her fast rising ABC Dunhill single "I Knew It Was Love." And she is now finishing up an album to be released in October. In addition to her singing career, Stephanie is currently rehearsing her role as Dorothy in an all black ver- sion of the classic "Wizard of Oz" scheduled to open on Broadway in December. It takes no brilliant seer to imagine Stephanie's name spelled out in 40 carat se- quins in the not too distant future. But how does a black girl from a tough New York City neighborhood, where the wail of police sirens is more common than the sweet strains of a recording studio, get these breSks? Learning the rudiments of vocal control while singing with a gospel choir every Sun- day morning is a good start. Winning the school music award at PS 269 in Brooklyn where Barbra Streisand graduated doesn't hurt and landing a part in the play "Maggie Flyan" starring Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones helps. Then, polishing one's craft during a gig with the Negro Ensemble Company is no detriment before topping that with numerous standing ovations during a six week long appearance at the Apollo Theater. "I have always wanted to be a Stephanie says in an even voice that belies her 15 years, "from the time I was two years old and telling my family what I wanted by sing- ing a line from a Marvin Gaye song. I never really thought about doing anything else. For awhile I considered becoming a psychiatrist but even then, I'd probably be singing to my patients on the she giggles, betraying her adolescence. Stephanie's aborted desire to be a shrink stems from her greater desire to help people. "I've got she says, her deep brown eyes filled with unquestionable sincerity. "There's so much to be done. I like all sorts of music but I es- pecially like those with some meaning that tell the listener to help somebody. I can't just do love songs even though Hike them. Nobody writes prettier love songs than Stevie Wonder but even his new album talks more about life's problems than romance." Stephanie, like her older sister Judy, who appeared in the film has Hollywood aspirations, too. Show TltiiM WHERE? WHEN? REGISTRATION Adams Park Centre Sunday evenings from p.m. commencing October and continuing through to Sunday, December Registrations tor the above program ,_____taken on the night of the first class, Sunday, October 13, 1974 at the Adams Park Ice Centre from p.m. The registration fee will be per person for ten (10) sessions. For further information, please contact the Community Services Department office at 329-4877, Extension 23 or 328-7146. FRIDAY md SATURDAY Paramount Reims Presents AN ALAN J PAKULA PRODUCTION KATTY THE PAMLJJW VIEW ft c. Paramount Picture ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOBCHILMEH COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming, Skating, and Museum Schedule Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 14 FRITZ SICK SWIM