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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _________. Wedneiiiay, October 18, THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 7 Music group lined on drug charges ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) British pop music star Joe Cocker and six members o( his group were fined here on drug charges. Cocker and five others were convicted of possessing Indian hemp and wove fined S3IM each. A seventh member of the en- tourage, Felix Falcon, was fined S3GO for possessing heroin and another S360 for possessing equipment to administer the drug. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (Renter) Actor comedian Andy Griffith, 46, was divorced In superior court here by his wife of 23 years, Barbara, 45, grounds of Irreconciliable differences. Griffith was granted custody of (heir son Andy Jr. 14, and Mrs. Griffith was given custody of their daughter Dixie, 13. Defeat Barons NOBI.EFORD (Special) The County of Ixrthbridfje nortl side volleyball league has ccm nienced. Noble Central boys and girls victorious as they defeat ed Barons in two league open crs. 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. IF no Bingo colled after 55 number! we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for EIKS and INVITED' GUESTS In CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, OCT. 19 MOONGLOWS FRIDAY, OCT. 20 MOONGLOWS SATURDAY, OCT. 21-4 HITS AND A MISS Li-deptli programs suggestetl TORONTO (CP) There is a need for more in-depth rcport- ng by Canada's broadcasters on vital issues in the current 'ederal election campaign, E. A. Goodman, national chairman 'or the Committee for an Tnde- penfcnt Canada, said here. Mr. Goodman, speaking to the annual meeting o! the Central Canada Broadcaster Association, said broadcasters do an adequate job in politico reporting on newscasts, anc also in arranging equal ftrte for candidates in unpaid broad casts. But that was not enough, he said. Tile need was for programs that would focus on the vital issues. Mr. Goodman, a former na tional organizer for the Pro gresswe Conservative party said broadcasters have a lega and moral obligation to arrang their programming so that vita issues are presented. He spoke during a panel dis cussion at the conventio which, has attracted more tha 250 delegates from radio an television stations and alliec fields in Ontario and English speaking Quebec. ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CAKRY ON HENRY" In color. Starring Sidney James and the 'Carry On Gang'. Wednesday, October 18. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MINX" In color. Starring Jan Sterling. Plus "AROUSED" In color. Starring Janice Lennon. Wed- nesday, October 18 at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE LEGEND OF NIGGER CHARLEY" In Techni- color. Starring Fred Williamson and D'urville Martin. Wednesday, October 18. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. ILLET' RESIAURINT -so FAfMY SPECIALS S PURE GROUND BEEF S1EAK AND ONIONS FISH IN A BASKET HOT BEEF MEAT PIE KIDDIES SPECIAL- CHEESE BURGER IN A BASKET, CUP OF SOUP AND BEVERAGE COUP AND BEVERAGE INCLUDED EARLY BERD BREAKFAST EVERY MORNING TILL 11 A.M. 2 EGGS ANY STYLE 2 SLICES OF BACON 2 SLICES OF TOAST 2 CUPS OF COFFEE ZELLER'S SKILLET RESTAURANT ON MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Ruby Keeler hangs up tap shoes IIOBY KEELER frustrated Barbara McNaii faces charge NEWARK, (AP) Singer-actress Barbara McNa was arrested at the Playbo Club in McAfee, N.J., Monda night on charges of possession oE heroin, a government prose- cutor said Tuesday. Assistant U.S. Attorney Jona- than Goldstein said Miss Mc- Nair, 37, was arrested with her husband, Rick Jtanzie. He said bail was set at for Miss McNair at a hearing. The performer and her hus- band pleaded not guilty to the charge. Youth has compulsion, to drive cars CALGARY (CP) A provin- cial court judge ordered a pre- sentence report in the case cf 16-year-old gas station attend- ant who the Crown said has "a compulsion to drive cars." Judge J.ohn Gorman remand- ed David Zackery Grimes to Wednesday after prosecutor Robert Kelles said "this youth is unable to control the urge to drive." Grimes told court "I just like to drive cars." He said he borrowed cars from friends, but admitted when this wasn't possible he took whatever was available. He pleaded guilty to three charges in connection with tak- ing cars without the owners' consent. By WILLIAM OLOVEll AI" Drama Writer NEW YORK (AP) Ruby Keeler is departing from Broadway in a mood of "ami- cable animosity." "That's a beautiful way of putting the tap-dancing darling of an earlier showbiz era says of events "both won- derful and frustrating" that en- gulfed her through two long comeback seasons. On Saturday night, Oct. 28, the still-svelte little star sweeps the grand staircase at the nostalgia hit, No, No, Nanette. her final performance. Leaving the musical also thai night will be Patsy Kelly. Aftei the departure of the two vint age entertainers, the production is scheduled for some elaborate change. "They're writing my part ou of it, says Miss Kec- Icr. The Kelly role, a relatively minor maid role in the current or takeover by Martha Rayc. T'S THE END The Keeler exit is emphat- cally intended to be the end of ier stage career, although some television work would be okay. years, and you have (o grab as, Turning to more happy as- much as you can." Her visit to which she left for Ilollywod in the 1930s, turned out to be a lot longer than she expected. pects of the two-year Broadway stint, the star talks of the "very enriching experiencing of meeting a great number of people whom I'd never other- The original contract was for I wise have known." "I'm hanging up the tap a year, "but I thought the show But thero ,ras unending trepl- concept, is being fattened up still don't know liow I look them remarks the native of Dartmouth, N.S. And if she never again hears Nanette's big song, I Want to Be Happy, that will be soon enough. Contentment for her lies primarily with being able hereafter to plenty of time with her four children, five grandchildren, and maybe cutting her golf handicap back down to 12. At bright-eyed Miss Kee- ler has no hang-up about age. "At my stage of she re- marks, "you just can't go on and on, every day in a show." "Put it this way. There are things I want to do, just sit and watch, and be with my family. You can't be stupid about the would run for only a few montlis." When she got her first week's pay cheque, how- ever, complications set in. "I didn't have an agent or a lawyer when I signed Ihc con- Iract, and it was iny own stu- pidity i didn't read Hie small lines. It was a matter of per- centage against the box office gross." When she protested, Cyma Rubin, the producer, agreed to discussion but urged Hiss Kcc- ler to get some professional set- vice. She did, tlie stipend was In exchange she had to accept a contract cxten- dation for her each night as she stepped from the v.ings. I'm frustrated every time I go on she says. "It never becomes routine with me. I never have time to really relax. I'm never sure, I stand there and Uiink, 'Look, you've done this over 700 times, so what are you getting nervous During the engagement, Miss Keeler lived in an apartment a few blocks from the Yorkville section of Manhattan where she grew up. Renewing neighbor- ion, hood acquaintances provided Mrs. Rubin is a person about i considerable pleasure, whom Miss Keeler speaks with "I'm sure as 1 get she Holiday ends in cleatli .or former Calgary woman Hockey clinic BROOKS An area referee Hockey referees' clinic is being h e 1 d in Centennial Arena on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 21 arid 22, under the sponsorship of the provincial recreation branch, department of youth and the district recreation board. The LETHBR1DGE ROTARY CLUB Is pleased 1o present LINDA GAY FL1TTON FRIDAY, OCT. 20th 8 p.m. YATES CENTRE Advance tickets now on sal a at Leister's and at Yates Cenlro Door Oct. 20...... ADMISSION Sponsored by lhe> Lelhbridge Rolary Club in conjunction wllh Thfl Province of Alberla LINDA GAY FLITTON Performing ArH On Tour. CALGARY (CP) Lois Croz- ir, who was killed Monday light after a bomb exploded n the 22nd floor of a hotel in uenos Aires, moved to Van- ouver In late 1968 after sev- ral years as a telephone re- eplionisl with a Calgary radio tation. Airs. Crosier, 35, born and xlucated in Calgary, died in lospital in the Argentine capi- following the blast which hook the 24-storey Sheraton lotel she and her hus- >and were staying. Her husband, Gerald, 35, was .aken to hospital suffering from a fr acUired right h and and shock. They married In I960. She was twice named Miss Telephone Personality of C al- Ln a competition run by ;he chamber of commerce. In Vancouver, Mrs. Crozier was senior reservations agent for Pacific Western Airlines with responsibility for interna- tional reservations. They were on a South Ameri- c an holiday when t) le blast occur red. guarded non-enthusiasm, "I don't think we've spoken more than 25 words the whole lime I've been in the Miss Keeler says. "Ev'dently, she does if t like anything I do, or the way 1 dress or the way I HASN'T DEEN IN AL Miss Keole r' s request, Mrs. Rubin has not been in her dressing room "for a long, long I says, "I'll look hack on all of 'this visit and think, wasn't it marvcllous to have had all that. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 Slh SI. S. Ph. 337-7744 missing BUCK NIGHT EVERT THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS p.m. p.m. CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "TAMARAX" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "HIS, HER and MINE" Members and Invited Guests! University enrolment figures dip OTTAWA (CP) Total en- rolment in Canadian univer- sities this term probably will be lightly below last year's fig- i-es, Statistics Canada said Tuesday. The statistics bureau released he first results of a survey ot 0 universities, representing about 90 per cent of total uni- 'ersity enrolment In the coun- xy. It showed a slight increase u September over figures for ast December. No precise figures were Is- sued. However, the bureau said, .here is always a drop in enrol- ment between September and December as some students withdraw from the universities after the first few weeks of the fall term. The actual Increase was one half of one per cent, but the usual withdrawal rate is be- tween one and two per cent, so that enrolment figures for De- cember this year are expected to be below tile December, 1971, figures. The preliminary figures for 40 universities showed slight in- creases in the Maritime prov- inces and Ontario, sizeable in-1 creases in Quebec, and de-' creases in the Western prov- inces. Hopes rise for Hale Boggs JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) Signals from an aircraft emer- gency locator beacon have been picked up by aircraft combing heavily ti mijered, mounts incus areas of Southeast Alaska (or a missing plane carrying Hale Hoggs, Democratic majority leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, and three oth- ers. The coasl guard said the pi- iots of two jet-powered helicop- ters heard the signals twice some 10 miles west of this Alaska capital city Tuesday, nut there were notes of caution. "We have experienced false alarms in the said a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration. "Sometimes people turn these beacons on accidentally. Some- times they are not in actual distress Cmdr. Paul Breed of coast guard headquarters in Juneau also cautioned against undue optimism, "There was no indication It came from the missing air- Creed said of the signal. "And it is not uncommon for one to get tripped acciden- MORE r COLLEGE H. R. BLOCK In affiliation with the Lethbridge Community College are presenting an OPEN HOUSE your opportunity to learn FREE and without obligation All about H R Block's BASK INCOME TAX COURSE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20th at a.m. to be held in Room 91 Kate-Andrews Bldg. Lethbridge Community College For your FREE inviiation 26 .REMEMBER Absolutely no obligation. Come out tomorrow morning and examine materials, ref- erences, textbooks and practice problems. Gun fails BROOKS Hienz Woehr re- ceived lacerations lo the loft hand when Hie breech of this pump model 12-gauge shotgun j blew out. There was no explanation (or the mishap. A regular three- inch shotgun shell of the same gauge was used. WEDNESDAY NIGHT "The Frankly Brothers" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Today's' Showtimes ARAMOTJNt Short Subjects The New Centurians'' Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Entertainment PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Butterflies are Free" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment COU.KGF. CINEMA Short Subjects "Connucsl Planet of Apes" Last Complete Show Adult Entertainment CalgarijEye Opener. Arousing goodshow firoat in Mift mnrninn Great day in the morning... Ihfi Calgary Eye Opener s on Ihfi air! Bill Kenler and Don McOormid nftt you going each day a1 6 local and news, special ports, dm 2. irjmpc'MUJrfl. v, rather, music, sports...a lolal infor- mation package riglit at your fingertips. "Ihe Caigaiy Rye radio-style, it's a rousing good CBR.I010 Q network station in southern A COLLEGE CINEMA ADULT THE REVOLT Of THE APES! The newest and biggest yett si dRIHSJl f J1K8S Pioixfol slung TOW MffittLl OCtiKfWJ Ml WO NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Also Showing at the Following South Alberta Theatres There'. One Near EMPRESS THEATRE FORT MACLEOD THURS., FRI., SAT. FOX THEATRE PINCHER CREEK THURS., FRI., SAT. %YFAIR THEATRE CARDSTON THURS., FRI., SAT. OPERA THEATRE VULCAN THURS., FRI., SAT. VOGUE THEATRE FERN1E THURS., FRI., SAT. REX THEATRE BELLEVUE FRI., SAT. REX THEATRE CLARESHOLM THURS., FRI., SAT. TOWER THEATRE TABER THURS., FRI SAT, CHECK IOCAUY FOR SHOW TIMES BUY 800KS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE 5 GEORGE C. SCOTT STACY REACH THE NEW CENTURIONS A STORY ABOUT A COP WRITTEN BY A RESTRICTED ADULT Tonight and Thurs. AT AND P.M. ADULT TONITE thru SAT. AT AND P.M. A FRANXOVICH PRODUCTION BUTTERFLIES ABE FREE ;