Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lawyer claims McNair framed NEW YORK (API Enter- tainer Barbara McNair's law- yer says U.S. government agents knowingly arrested hor on a drug charge without prob- able cause. Miss McNair and her hus- band, Rich Manzie, were ar- rested at a club at McAfee, N.J., Tuesday night after a package containing heroin was c'olivcred to her dressing room and she signed for it. "II was delivered by U.S. agents who urged her to sign for it." lawyer Marvin Milchel- son of Los Angeles said Thurs- day. "She never touched it, opened Biggest liars of them all TORONTO (CP) The more "supposedly respon- sible and honest witnesses" at criminal trials are "the biggest liars of a To- ronto assistant Crown attor- ney told the Ontario branch of the Canadian Bar Associ- ation here. "You'll hear more per- jury at impaired driving cases in one day than you'll get from a buncli of hoods who have been at it since they were 15 years said Stephen G. Leggelt. t or had It In her possession. Ve believe government agents tnowingly arrested her without irobable cause." Miss McNair, 38, said: "I do not use narcotics of any kind. I I hardly drink." Mitchelson said he would seek court dismissal of (lie charges against Miss McNair and the 32-year-old Manzie and would file a false arrest suit against the government. NEW YORK (AP) Singer Bowl at the site of the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows Park was renamed Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong Park and Stadium in honor o[ the late jazz trum- pet player Thursday. Arm- strong, who died July 5, 1971, had lived in the area during his later years. LONDON (Renter) David Hughes, 43, one of Britain's top pop singers of the 1930s who later became a successful oper- atic tenor, died here Thursday nieht. Hughes, one of the few artists to make the switch from tho pop world to the opera scene, collapsed with a heart attack Wednesday at the end of a per- formance if Madame Butterfly at London's Coliseum Theatre He had been singing the part ol Pinkerton. BARBARA McNAIR MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HAU 7th Ave. ond 13th St. N. SATURDAY, OCT 21-9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Musk by Iho 4 ACES MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME _______ THE UNIVERSITY OF IETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES A RECITAL BY Lome Watson (Piano) YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LETHBSlDGE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th P.M. TICKETS AT: leiiler's Music limited Switchboard Operator, University of lelhbrldge Yotes Centre (immediately prior to performance) ADULTS STUDENTS 50t SOUTH flLBiTfl TOMS MOVIES YOU IIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" In color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Saturday, October 21. Shows at and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" In color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Saturday, October 21. Shows at and p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" Tn color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Saturday, October 21. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Sunday, October 22 at p.m. "TONY ROME" In color. Starring Frank Sinatra. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" In color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Saturday, October 21. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Sunday and Monday, October 22 and 23. Double, fealure horror program. "DR. PHIBES" In color. Plus "MURDERS IN ROUGE MORGUE" In color. One complete show Sunday at p.m. Adult. G-R-R-R-R-R-R Southminsler Junior Choir presents the operetta "THE PINK SIAMESE" YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE SATURDAY October 28th ond p.m. SUNDAY October 29th p.m. Children Matinee 50c Evening Adults T.OO GUE5T ARTISTS Anne Campbell Singers 1o present Rock Opera "Joseph's Dream Coat" Tickets available at Leister's ond from choir members (Public reception to follow Sunday oflcrnoon performance) 75c Sex education ivill be given in kindergarten HAMILTON (CP) Sex edu- cation vil! be given to kinder- garten children in public schools. Education director Dr. Gor- don Price said yesterday chil- dren will learn about the birlh of a baby as part of a new pro- gram called human growth and development, which is replac- ing tho old health education course. The programs are geared to meet .the needs of younger chil- dren for information once con- sidered suitable for only higher grades. Theatre history made LONDON (Renter) A play about the abdication of King, Edward VIII to marry the American woman he loved made theatrical history here by portraying two living mem- bers of the Royal Family on the British stage. They were Elizabeth the Queen Mother, then Duch- ess of York, and the Duchess of Gloucester. But the chief character in this historical Matrimonial, by Royce Hyton which opened to an enthusiasts reception at the Theatre the Duke of Wind sor's mother, Queen Mary. The whole action takes place in Queen Mary's drawing room at Marlborough House, he j London residence before sb died. The now widowed Duchess o Windsor, then Mrs. Walli Simpson, never appears in th play. The story begins in 1936 wit Queen Mary invoking roya duty against her son's halt enlng decision to abdicate t marry a twice-divorced Amer can. It ends after Ihe Secon World War showing her sti adamant in her refusal to r ceive the Duchess of Windsc but tempering her moral stan by asking her son to give h wife "a kind message." Until 1968 when the lor chamberlain ceased to exerch censorship of plays, it was n permitted to portray living pe sons on the stage. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Sctvrday, October Jl, THE LETHBRIDGl HERALD 7 Law schools urged to relax rules TORONTO (CP) Adults of proven ability and maturity should he given a chance to ob- tain law degrees, no matter how far they went In school, a special committee of the Law Society of Upper Canada rec- SANDY'S GLAD IT'S OVER- Aclress Sandy Duncan leaves a Los Angeles court after obtaining a divorce from actor Bruce Scott ZahariarJes, her husband of four years. They hnve no children. ommended today. The committee said admit- ting mature students to law schools would reflect the gen- eral tendency "to encourage mature persons who wish to pursue new careers." The committee, headed by B. J. MacKinon, a Toronto law- yer, in a 61-page report also j proposed that: schools relax their en- trance requirements for Indians and Eskimos who would be en- courage to study law through federal and provincial grants. minimum time it takes to train a lawyer be reduced to years from seven by abol- ishing the one-year articling pe- riod and by reserving half the law school openings for stu- dents with only two years of i university. They are supposed' (o be eligible now, but they get squeezed out because most ap- plicant's have three years. law courses be brought under the continuing scrutiny of a government-fi- nanced Legal Education Coun- cil whose members would make recommendations t o w a r d greater uniformity and higher standards. experiment with a five-year course from which a graduate would receive both a bachelor of laws degree and a bachelors degree In arts, science or commerce. The committee, which con- ducted a study of legal education in the province, said that while there was one yer for every people In Ontario, there was only one na- tive lawyer for every In- dians and Eskimos. Shoots down gem MOSCOW (Reuter) AS viet woman geologist, Agafya Balayeva, shot a diamond out of the sky on a Siberian hunting trip, The stone, weighing al- most 10 milligrams, was in a partridge she brought down. "Th. People Who Take Time to Built) Th NOS. If no Bingo called after 56 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS WASHINGTON (AP) Ralph Nader's aviation sumer action project accused 11 major airlines today of joint price-fixing of in-flight movie I entertainment and liquor serv- ices. The or- ganization complained to tho Civil Aeronautics Board that movies and alcoholic beverages are offered without charge to first-class passengers, whilo passengers in economy and coach classes must pay for the movie earphone and at least for each drink. K. G. J. Filial, executive di- rector of the Nader group, saic tha first-class passenger pays a fare of 25 to 50 per cent greater than does the coach passenger yet receives per cent more for EIKS and INVITED GUESTS in CUB ROOMS TONIGHT "4 HITS AND A MISS" space and Is served food cost- ing twice that served in coach class. "The lower-class passengers who already subsidize the cosi j first-class service should not asked lo pay additional amounts to provide free movies and liquor to first-class passen- he said. The complaint asked tho C.A.B. to require the airlines to set a charge reasonably related to the cost of providing movies and liquor service, and to im- pose the charge on an equitable basis lo all classes ot passen- gers. The airlines named In the complaint: American, United, Trans World, Eastern, Delta, Braniff, National, Northwest, Continental, Allegheny and Western. Meet your friends here! Life and our ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DALE KETCHESON iCoton SUNDAY THE JAZZ SCENE FINE FOOD REFRESHMENTS Across ihe Slreer from Paramount Theatre Weekend show times CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT SATURDAY "HIS, HER and MINE" 4 Members and Invited Guesls! PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "The Salzberg Connection" Lsst Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children Sunday Short Subjects "Salzberg One Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Butterflies are Free" Lai' Complete Show Adult Entertainment Sunday Short Subjects "Butterflies are Complete Slw.v Adult Entertainment COM.EfiE CISEJIA Short Subjects Planet of Apes" I Complete Show Mixed Bag. fladro Noon's a mixed bag. Open it at 12 and you'JI hear 120 minutes ot good listening as co-hosts John MacLeod and Norris Bick serve up a total information mix for rancher, townsman, farmer and housewife. Grain prices, market reports, live- stock news, road conditions, weather forecasts, special feattires... (here's somelhing for everyone on Radio Noon. Open CBH's mixed bag every week- day al 12. liko whal you hear. Radio Noon: Your CSC f3dio nofivorV station in zoulhorn Albora Adult Entertainment Sunday Short Subjects "Conquest Planet of Apes" One Complete Snow Adult Entertainment GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday and Sunday "Skyjacked" "Elvis That's the Way It Is" One Complete Show Adult Entertainment LABOR Corner 13fh St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 51 Nos. Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 56 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 AU GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.00 All Wood Cards Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Binge will also be played in the club room (or members and their invited guesti Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities AN IDEAL GIFT AT ANYTIME OF THE YEAR GIVE BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONiTE thru WON. at ond p.m. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. BEST-SELLER BECOMES MOVIE SPY-THRILLER! A FRANKOVICH PRODUCTION BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE xrftxHewwi ADULT 7XC SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. IGNITE thru TUES. at ond p.m. ADULT [HE NEWEST AND BiGGESTYET! CONQUESTOFTHE NOW SHOWING at and p.m. MlhCttilury-Fox SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. "A TAUT AND TIMELY ADULT HOLLYWOOD M SKKJKKED CHARLTON HESTON YVETTE MIMIEUX HIT NO. 1 EtVIS PRESLEY "THAT'S THE WAY IT IS" GMENACREft tofovtjR V JUNCTION Of -MAVrtFt TONIGHT and SUNDAY Gates open p.m. Ona complete show at 8 p.m.