Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
_____Thursday, October 24, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGI rlEBALO _ HIGHEST MOUNT Norlh America's highest mountain is Alaska's McKinlcy, towering feet. In MANY VISIT 1071, 2.4-mllHon foreign tourists visited the interim' o! Mexico. HALLOWE'EN DANCE EAGLES ST. N, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th Judging of Costumes 10 p.m. DANCING at 9 p.m. ACES AND A KING" FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Dame Sybil gay at Friday and Saturday "The Vibrations" LONDON (CP) Dame Sy- bil Tiiorndike, crippled by arth- ritis but still displaying the in- domitable humor and gaiety made her beloved in the British theatre, celebrated her Oflth birthday Tuesday and em- barked on a week of festivities. The birthday party was .brown by publisher Sir Wil- :iam Collins, who launched a jook Tuesday by Dame Sybil's son, John Casson, on bis par- ents' married life. ICnlitlcd Lewis and Sybil, it traces GO years of a remarkable partner- ship which ended in 1969 when sen died. AT THE 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI Since his death, Dame Sybil Casson, Dame Sybil's grand- daughter, who has been work- ing at Stratford, Onl. The entertainment, sponsored by The Daily Telegraph, is de- scribed as a "tribute to a Life spent in and for the theatre, and to display some part of the great affection and regard in wluch Dame Sybil is held by players and public alike." Proceeds from the perform- ance, already a sellout, are to go, at Dame Sybil's request, to a home for retired actors and actresses. Army, Navy Air Force VETERANS CLUB lethbridge Unit No. 34 ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE FRI., OCT. 27th Dancing in Iho lounge with "HELEN and TONY" SAT., OCT. 28th HALLOWEEN DANCE Canteen "Helen and Tony" Lounge "Generation Gap" Prizes awarded for Beit Dressed Originality Comic MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY stage appearances. Birthday celebrations ante, entitled Sybil and staged at London's II ay market Theatre, bringing together what The Daily Telegraph describes as "an illustrious company which can never have been equalled on one static." Prin- cess Alexandra will attend. EMINENT CAST Among those taking part will ire Dame Edith Evans, Damo Peggy Ashcroft, ballerina Dame 'Margot Fontcyn, Lord Olivier, Sir Ralph Kichardson, Sir Alee Guinness, Paul Scofield and Vanessa Ked- grave. Also in the cast svill be Jane DAME SYBIL crippled Cable television test case 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 54 NO5. IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. If no Bingo called after 56 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for EIKS ond INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMJ THURSDAY OCT. 26 SUNSET 4 FRIDAY OCT. 27 SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS SATURDAY OCT. 28 RAYMOND CANADIANS FORMER STAR DIES Claire Windsor, blonde star or silent movies, died in Los Angeles, apparently of hcarl attack. She was 74. OTTAWA (CP) A court ac- tion challenging the authority of the Canadian Radio-Tele- vision Commission to license cable television companies has been launched in the Federal Court of Canada. It is regarded as a lest case which could have widespread repercussions iu the cable TV by Teleprompter industry: Launched ERfA ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "NOW YOU SEE HIM, NOW YOU DON'T" In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russell, Cesar Romero, Joe Flynn and Jim Backus. Thursday and Friday, Octo- ber 25 and 27. Thursday show at p.m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "ROMANCE OF A HORSE THIEF" In color. Starring Yul Brynner and Eli Wallach. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 26, 27 and 23. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "LOVE STORY'1 In color. Starring Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Octolwr 26, 27 and Thursday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TA3ER Tower Theatre "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY" In color, Alan Flint's Candid Camera full length movie. Thursday and Friday, October 26 and 27. Thursday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Greco's He-.d of Clrrisl, Tin'o- !L RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY Cable Communications Corp. ol New York, it is the first time suit has been initiated by a cable system against the com- mission. The commission obtained au- thority for regulating cable un- der the Broadcasting Act in I960 although many cable oper- a ators opposed regulation by the CRTC before the commission took some still ob- ject. The jurisdiction Issue has been argued before in lower- court actions initiated by the CRTC against cable operators. Tele prompter alleges that the CRTC sent a letter, dated July ordering the company's Sault Ste. Marie, Ont, system close down because it had been operating without a li- cence since April, I960. Tele- prompter was given 30 days from July 20 to shut down the operation. NOT A BROADCASTER Teleprompter says the sys- tem receives television signals from Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and distributes them to its sub- scribers along with programs originated in its own studio. The cable company argues that it is a closed circuit oper- ation not involved in radio com- munication under the Broad- casting Act. Teleprompter says the CRTC letter constitutes a threat which would affect negotiations to sell the cable system. B.C. plans warning on smoking The company asks for Fed- eral Court lo declare that it :sn't a broadcasting under- taking and isn't required to tain a CRTC licence to ASKS KEIJEK It also seeks an injunction re- straining the commission from taking action against Tele- prompter under (he Broad- casting Act. In aciiU'Uon, the company requests court costs and whatever other relief as may seem just to the count. The CRTC is appealing a rul- ing by Federal Court Judge Louis Pratte allowing Tele- prompter to go ahead the suit. The commission had sought to stop the court action on the grounds that the CRTC is not an entity that can he sued by Teleprompter. No dale has been set for hearing the appeal in the Fed- eral Court appeal division, The Broadcasting Act pro- vides CHTC authority over broadcasting systems which in- cludes broadcasting receiving undertakings. Broadcasting receiving un- dertakings have been inter- preted to include cable sys- Market entry festival planned LONDON (AP) Britain will stage a 10-day festival of mu- sic, drama, sport and TV enter- tainment to celebrate joining he European Common Market n January. The festival, called Fanfare For F.urope, starts Jan. 3. days aftor Britain officially be- comes a partner in the en- arged market along with the Irish republic and Denmark. The plans were unveiled yesterday by festival organizers who have been given (about of government money to plan the program. Part of television's conHbu- lion will be a Iwauly contest to elect a Miss TV Europe. Lord Goodman, chairman of the committee for cultural events, said the cultural side will be "the most interesting which has ever held in (lie space of just over a week in my lifetime." There will be concerts by 15 orchestras including the Am- sterdam Concertgehouw a-.d the Berlin Philharmonic; the European premiere of Samuel Beckett's new play Not I and a reading by actor Sir Lawrence Olivier of a specially written European ode by Christopher Fry. The events will be staged across Britain wilh the main focus in London. Pre-marriage Course FOR: People planning lo gel married and people re- cently married but open, also, lo any married couples who wish to clarify iheir thinking about marriage. GIVEN BY: People well-qualified in ihe fields of eco- nomics, sociology and psychology, married couples and a priest. WHERE: EDUCATION CENTRE 534 18lh Street South WHEN: FIVE SUCCESSIVE SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 8 P.M. BEGINNING SUN., OCT. 29th. CORNER 2nd AVE. ond 13lh ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT In the Clubrooms B'.UCS" Formerly "Jerry and Travelers" HILL" From the Crowsnesl Fens Upstairs KALIOWEEN SOCIAL EVENING SATURDAY, OCT. COUPLE Music by "Country Biues" AAembers and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 Offers to admit Asians LONDON (CP) Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas- Home says Canada has offered to admit between and 000 Asian refugees from Uganda. Douglas-Home made statement in a written answer to a question tabled by Con- servative MP Kenneth Warren. In referring to other Com- monwealth countries, the for- eign secretary said he has no exact figure for the number of Asians Australia has offered ti accommodate. But some 300 Australian visa: have already been issued, he added. Soured by ta.v, candy men mail sticky iiolss TORONTO (CP) candymakers, soured by a 12- per-cent sales tax on candy, Kave sent not-so-sweet mes- sages to some candidates for the Oct. 30 federal election. The messages are in a box containing two chocolate wafer bars of unequal size. The messages enclosed with the bars, asks that candy- makers producls be classed as tax-free food, as potato chips, cake and ice cream are. One of the messages reads: "Is it fair play to take one segment of the highly com- petitive snack-food market and penalize it with a 12-per-cent tax? "Does it make sense to say that potato chips, cookies, cakes and ice cream are food while a product as nutri- computer COALDALE (HNS) Th town office procedures will g on computerized system with Williams, Tanner and Bell and Company. The system will be set up soon. Council earlier decided to purchase a computer. Upon fur- ther study, council and office cfibials cancelled the order and agreed to hire a complete computerized system. The best animal tcenlc efforts of any kind, even ranking with Diiney. VANCOUVER SUN Wording n film about big game Iro From phy hunting. 4 DAYS ONLY inCOLOR ALASKA .aBAJA! TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! Most fascinating outdoor picture Ihis critic has ever seen." SPOKANE CHRONICLE I NOW SHOWING ADULTS YYsekdoyi UNDER II Sat. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT- CITY OF S.ETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIWMG AND SKATING Oct. 26 Noon Hour (Adults Only) Oct. Oil. Ocl. 2? Man., Oct. FRITZ SICK Swim Swim 3 6 Swim 1 5 p.m. Family Swim 6 8 ADAMS PARK ICE Mothers ond Pre-schoal Scaling 10-12 Moon Public Skole 7-9 Skating 2-4 p.m. ond 8-10 Storing p.m. Public Skate, 3-5 p.m. Family Skate A- HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating 2-4 Public Ska ling p.m. CIVIC ICE Public Skating 4 Seating 1 Public Stale 3 5 NOTE: There will bo no public ikaling Friday, Oclober from 7 lo 9 p.m. ct Hentlerson PnrV Ice Cenlro due to a previous booking com'tmcnt VICTORIA (CP) "Cigaret- tious as confectionary is tc-s kill you by inches." Attorney-general Alex Mac- Dcmald told the British Colum- bia legislature this week Ihe New Democratic Parly govern- ment intends to bring this mes- iage to all the people of the province with its Tobacco Pro- ducts Act. Tn introducing the bill for second reading, Mr. MacDon- p.lrt said introduced by [ho Social C'edit govern- ment last year was "not work- able and unfair." He cutliiicd to tt-e House pen- err.! regulations the provincial will adopt under ihe bill. The attorney general said billboards advertising tobacco producls will be nrohibited and all cigarettes sold in the prov- ince would be required to co'i- Iriin warnings on their pack- The Tobacco Products Act gives the government control over Ihe packaging, labelling, selling, 'distribution, advcrlis- j inp and promotion of tabacco ard tobacco products within the province. i Previous legislation prohibit- ing the ndverlisinc! of lobacco pr< ducts only hit B.C. publica- liois, he said. AN IDEAL GIFT AT ANYTIME OF THE YEAR GIVE BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS teu liked ft before. back with more. LAST TIMES TONIGHT BUTTERFLIES Tenight Thru at ond p.m. LAUGH TiEAK The beak of a pied hornbill tr.kes up three-quarters of its bead.