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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Dobe At Vimy PARIS (CP) Veterans AI- fairs Minister Jean-Eudes Dube will represent the Canadian gov- ernment at a Remembrance Day ceremony to be held Nov. 6 at the Canadian monument in Vimy, it was announced here Tuesday. SEIZE RED AGENT SAIGON (AP) Police to the mountain resort city of Dalat, 145 miles northeast of Saigon, have arrested a Communist agent believed to be the new- phew of Premier Pbam Van Dong of North Vietnam, a Sai- gon newspaper reported to- day. Club '67 HARVEST DANCE Friday, Oct. 23rd--9-1 a.m. Eagles Hall 13th St. N. Orchestra "THE MUELLERS" Admission 1.50 per person. Please pay at door. MEMBERS AND GUESTS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PAINT YOUR WAGON" In Technicolor. Storing Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood and Jean Seberg. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 21, 22, 23 and 24. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Admission. Adults Students FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE MOLLY MAGUIRES" In color. Starring Sera Connery and Richard Harris. Wednesday, October 21, show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" In color. Starring Paul Newman, Katharine Ross and Robert Redlord. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 21, 22, 23 and 24. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "A FEW BULLETS MORE" In Eastman color. Starring Dianne Zura and Gloria Milland. Wednesday and Thurs- day, October 21 and 22. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "IF HE HOLLERS, LET HIM GO" In color. Sirring Barbara McNair and Raymond St. Jacques. Wednesday, October 21, shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Ger mere out ef life Take the family to a mevis HAGGARD WINS AWARDS Merie Haggard, a California bplladeer, performs his award-winning song, "Okie from Muskociee" just before winning Entertainer of ihe year laurels at the fourth annual Country Music Awards Show of Nashville, Term, Haggard also was named top male vocalist and won two awards for Huinperdinck Featured At O'Keef e WESTINGHOUSE SUBURBAN 22" Instant-On Color Immediate sound; Picture hi 6 lecends. Equipped to receive VHP ond UHF Channels, LIMITED SUPPLY ONLY PER MONTH NO PAYMENTS TILL JANUARY TORONTO (CP) With some of the more than 800 spectators in costume, the O'Keefe Centre celebrated its 10th anniversary. Singer Engelbert Humper- dinclc highlighted the show and three orchestras were on hand for festivities before and after j his performance. The audience dressed in cos- tume relevant to the show Camelot the first perform- ance at the centre. PLAYS HAMLET Richard Chamberlain will star on television, in Hallmark Hah" of Fame's Hamlet on Nov. 17. 3 BIG DAYS! SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT at EL RANCHO CABARET DIRECT FROM CALGARYI Thursday, Oct. v22 "PAINTER" Friday, Oct. 23 "HAPPY FEELING" Saturday, Oct. 24 "COUNTRY PIE" "Be Sure To Attend For THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMISSION S1.25 EL RANCKO CONVENTION CENTRE (side entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! Wednesday, October 11, _ THE LEIHeRIDGt HERALD 7 Landing Sites Named HOUSTON (AP) Landing sites for the last two Apollo moon missions were revealed here in a surprise announce- ment by a space agency offi- cial here. Richard Johnson, director of bioengineering at the Manned Spacecraft Centre, announced Apollo 16 will land at Descartes, an upland valley south of the moon's equator, and Apollo 17 will land at Marius Hills, a rug- ged country far to the north and west. Johnson made the announce- ment at a meeting here of the American Institute of Aeronau- tics and Astronautics. Apollo 14, scheduled for launch in January, Is to land at Fra Mauro, a fairly smooth site near the equator and not far from the Apollo 12 landing site. Apollo 15, scheduled for next summer, will land near Hadley Rille, a rugged area well north of the equator. Apollo 16 is scheduled for Jan- uary, 1972, Apollo 17 is to be launched in the summer of 1972. Apollo 16 and Apollo 17 will also carry dune-buggy-like carts which astronauts can use to travel several miles over the moon's surface, enabling them to gather a larger assortment of rock samples than astronauts on foot. Spring Thaw Production May Go Into Mothballs TORONTO (CP) The an- nual theatrical production Spring Thaw may not be pro- duced in 1971 for the first time since it originated 23 years ago. Mavor Moore, who holds rights to an annual show of that name, said in an interview he has no intention of doing the show next year and docs not think anyone else will. "I would love to see that tra- dition he said. "I'd see it done as it was an initmate, mod- e s t production, emphasizing sharp satire sweetened by ft great deal of fun. "I don't think it should ever be turned into a spectacle." Howard Bateman and John Uren, the producers of last year's show, introduced specta- cle to the production by includ- ing a nude scene. NEEDED SATIRE Mr. Uren said in an interview he now thinks the market was right for satire and not specta- cle. Robert Dubberley of the St. Lawrence Centre of the Arts said it is already too late to get the show ready for a January opening. "Spring Thaw, as a property, is by no means he said. "I just think it is too late for this he added. The show has traditionally opened in Toronto and toured to other Canadian centres. MOST IN SUMMER Polio is confined almost en- tirely to the young and is most common in the summer. U.S. GIVEN VIEWS OTTAWA (CP) Trade Min. isler Jean-Luc Pepin said Tues- day Canada has made appropri- a t e representations to the United States concerning a bill before Congress that would im- pose import quotas on certain Canadian products. He was replying in the Commons to Percy Noble DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Start BIdg. PH. 327-7244 Lethbridgt FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRES FERRIS HAppq ANDREWS AN1C561RL AnAveo feCo'or Laporte Street MONTREAL (CP) Mayor James K. Stewart of suburban St. Lambert says city council plans to rename, as Pierre La- porte Street, the street on which Quebec's slain labor minister lived. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "El Condor" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Carry on Camping" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA 'Nice Girl Like Me" "Time for Giving" Last Complete Show ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN HALLOWE'EN AAASQUERADE Scandinavian Hall 129 12th C North SATURDAY, OCT. 24TH P.M. A.M. MUSIC BY THE SWING KINGS Admission per person lunch Included Members and Invited Guests Prizes For The Best Costume SECOND FEATURE A A ilgii A Different Different Uil'fcrrat Kind of Kind of I ft Kind of l.ovc'c Style A Film A Time forHLGiving ___ lutvuno'-' Fomnirly IN COLOR' COLLEGE I TONIGHT ond THURS. First Show dt 7 p.m. GREEN ACRES THURSDAY PRIVE IIM JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH- COUTTS HIGHWAY 327 1100 and FRI. 2 BIG HORROR FEATURES 2 'EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN7 in color with PETER GUSHING PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT 52 NUMBERS Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY-8 P.M. Cooks 3 to 10 times faster SAVES TIME SAVES FUEL SAVES MONEY each 5 quart, each 19.83 22.77 "PRESTO" COOKER Repair Clinic Factory represenfatrw wflf bo on band of our store Thursday and Friday TO P.M. will be made on the spot to all PRESTO pressure cookers NO CHARGE. You pay only for parts. We suggest you bring in your cover only and indi- cator so that sealing rings, pressure plugs, indicator ond handle can be checked. Manufactured in Canada fcf SUPREME ALUMINUM INDUSTRIES LIMITED Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 2nd THRILLER I 'KISS OF THE VAMPIRE7 in color with VINCENT PRICE PLUS BONUS FEATURE 'KISSIN' COUSINS7 in color with ELVIS PRESLEY GATES OPEN AT P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW STARTS AT P.M. NADONAL GENERALTKTURES PRESENTS PARAMOUNT 4th flUE 8th ST 3275100 I RESTRICTED ADULT HELD OVER TONIGHT and THURS. BeMsnd Sleeping Bigs, Birds snil Bctt, Finland Games Ihe CARRY on GANG pilch Iheir tailor ADULT NO SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive flKTHHTtD IT UIHL RUU UWTn JAMB XtHNrm CHAHLEJ HAVmUT JOAN MKt TtKRT JCOfT JACQU4 PARAMOUNT CINEMA 4th AVE JJth ST NOW SHOWING at p.m. Lethbridge Musical Theatre Presents "MY FAIR LADY" Votes Memorial Centre 8 p.m. NOV. 23rd- DEC. 5th Tickets and At YATES BOX OFFICE 9-5 p.m. Open Monday thru Sat. starting Oct. 31st Students' Nite-Nov. 22 FILL IN COUPON AND MAIL FOR TICKETS LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE P.O. BOX 811 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 1 iNAME ADDRESS Number of Tickets Seat Price Date you wish to attend.............. ;