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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta World orchestra ends U.S. tour WASHINGTON (CP) The World Symphony Orchestra, composed ol 143 musicians from 60 countries and 2ti slates, gave a gala farewell pcrformiripe at the Kennedy Cer.tre for the SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE LOSERS" In color. Starring William Smith and Adam Ward. Wednesday, October 27. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "LITTLE BIG MAN" In color. Starring Dustin Hoff- man and Canadian Indian Chief Dan George. Wednes- day, October 7. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BROTHER JOHN" In color. Starring Sidney Potier. Wednesday, October 27 at p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln "LOVE STORY" In color. Starring Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, October 27, 28 and 29. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. Performing Arts, concluding a week-long U.S tour. Under tlie baton of Arthur Fiedler, conductor of the Bosloi Pops Orchestra, the World Sym phony gave concerts earlier a! New York's Lincoln Centre am in Orlendo, Fla. Canada is represented by five musicians. Also participating are artists from five C'ommunisl c o u n tries Czechoslovakia. Hungary, Poland, Romania am; Yugoslavia. The orchestra, sponsored by the People-to-People project ini- tiated in the 1950s by the late president Dwight Eisenhower, also brings together performers from the Israel Philharmonic and the Cairo Symphony Or- chestra. "It is my hope that these 'musical ambassadors' repre- senting virtually every point on the globe will exemplify the un- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridg. In the Centre of Things N WED., OCT. 27th VIMY LOUNGE "MINT JULEPS" FRI., OCT. 29th MEMORIAL HALL HALLOWEEN DANCE DENNIS CLANCY, ARTHUR SPINK, and VERA SINCLAIR ORCHESTRA THURS" OCT. 28th MEMORIAL HALL DENNIS CLANCY and ARTHUR SPINK DIRECT FROM SCOTLAND SAT., OCT. 30th VIMY LOUNGE DAVE SHEARER Royal Canadian Legion GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. SAT., OCT. 30th MEMORIAL HALL TARTAN BALL NiGHT DENNIS CLANCY and ARTHUR SPINK VERA SINCLAIR ORCHESTRA derstanding and affection that is possible among peoples of Lhj Fiedler said. Canadian participants are violist Kenneth Copeland, Allan tic Symphony Orchestra, Hali fax; Thomas M. Martin, Or chestre Symphonique de Mont real, and J. Stewart Smith, 01 tawa Civic Symphony, botl string bass; Robert Hansen Hamilton Philharmonic, French horn; and harpist Judy Loman Umbrico, Toronto Symphony Orchestra. University competitors egged on VANCOUVER (CP) Egged on by a large group of spectators, competitors in the North American raw egg tossing championship have scrambled to a new North American record. The winners, three employ- ees of a Vancouver company, tossed the winning egg in- tact 260 feet, four inches, at the University of British Columbia. That was 19 feet over the previous mark. Next step for the winners is to try for the world record of 275 feet, held by a Rhodesian team. EXPANDS GROUP BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) The Brantford regional Cham- ber of Commerce has expanded to 25 members its committee on post-secondary education. Origi- nally, the committee had seven members who compiled a brief for the Ontario commission on post-secondary education. Chamber officials said that, having started tlie ball rolling, it felt the community now should be involved and to that end representatives from labor, industry, professional groups, community organizations and the municipality have been re- cruited for the new committee. MBSNB BIGJOHN V r..-.. II It II A REAL MAN'S BOOT Insulated Boots With Steel Reinforced Toes Glove soft steerhide leather mula 129 f No sole stitching to come loose or rot Wide tempered steel shanlc Nylon stitching at points of strain Patented Cema vulcanized construction guarantees waterproof joint; action tread sole will outlast others. 8-12. Brown only. 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. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive NOMINATED BY NIXON TO SUPREME COURT Assis- tant Attorney General William H. Rehnquisr, left, 47, of Phoenix, Ariz., and, Richmond, Va., lawyer tewis F. Powell, 64, o former president of American Bar -Associa- tion, were named to the Supreme Court fay President Nixon. Wodneidav, Octobtr 27, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Oddities in ike news Broader role seen for corporation (EDMONTON (CP) The AI- Jerta Housing Corp. can play a useful role if it changes its >hilosophy, says Municipal Af- airs Minister Dave Russell. He wants the corporation to nake a greater contribution to musing research and innova- ion, which, he said builders nd architects in the private ector are reluctant to attempt. Mr. Russell said in an inter- view he is not happy to see the crown corporation which pro- cesses applications for govern- ment-assisted social housing rejects function only as an administrative bureaucracy." 3NE ARCHITECT At present, he said, the cor- poration is not equipped to de- ign specific innovative housing rojects because it has only ne architect on a staff of 90. "In the coming months, once we begin to zero in more quick- PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "The Love Machine' Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Two Lane Black Top" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Gone With The Wind" One Complete Show ly on the normal problems, I can see us gradually being able to discuss more non-admini- strative matters." Tlie minister is also confident progress is now being made to overcome the shortage of hous- ing for persons on low and fix- ed incomes. A step in that direction, he said, was taken last week when the provincial government call- ed for housing proposals to take advantage of the federal government's emergency make-work budget. CONVICTIONS INCREASED Convictions for drunkenness in England and Wales increased from in 1969 to in 1970, records show. SAN FRANCISCO fAP) They call it tlie case of the hit-and-run bathtub. Police responding to a call in downtown San Francbco today found four traffic lights cut of commission, two of them badly damaged, and a battered white enamelled bathtub on the sidewalk. Witnesses told police the tub swung out from tlie back of a flatbed truck loaded with ap- proximately 40 other bathtubs and banged irto one trtffic light standard, bending it at a 45-degree aneie. The bathtub then careened into the second light standard and toppled off tlie truck on to the sidewalk. Witnesses reported the driver got out, surveyed the damage, shrugged his shoul- ders and drove off. Police turned the tub over to the hit-run detail as evi- dence. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) _ "Everybody knows that witches and spooks don't come out during daylight says Greg Zentic in protesting a decision by met- ropolitan area officials that the "official" trick-or-treat time be from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. .11, Greg, a Grade 6 student who said here presents about 20 youngsters, reported: "We want Halloween like it used to be. We want it on Saturday night." He said he doesn't want to interrupt any people who aro watching football on televi- sion, adding: 'We want to watch football too." GROW MORE TREES CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) Woodlol owners in Prince Ed- ward Island apparently are de- termined to increase their share of the annual market for Christ- mas trees, says provincial Ag- riculture Minister Daniel Mao- Donald. He says the forest serv- ice branch of his department provided trees for plant- ing this year, a 10-fold increase from plantings in 1970. Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight through Saturday, October 30th FEATURING "THE COUNTRY STORE" "2 GUYS AND A GAL" AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 Sth STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED GREEN ACRES SORRY, But we are CLOSED TONIGHT Wotch for further announcement. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 48 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, OCT- 28 MOONGLOWS FRIDAY, OCT. 29 BRIDGE TOWN TRIO SATURDAY, OCT. 30 ACES HIGH COME TO THE SOCIAL AND DANCE FEATURING THE GOLDEN VOICE of DENNIS CLANCY AND THE DANCING FINGERS of ARTHUR SPINK SCOTLAND'S STAGE, TV and RECORDING STARS THREE SHOWS NIGHTLY LEGION MEMORIAL HALL ON Thursday, Oct. 28th, Friday, Oct. 29th and Saturday, Oct. 30th. VERA SINCLAIR'S ORCHESTRA FOR DANCING MEMBERS AND GUESTS CINEMA 4th AVE 8lh ST -3275100 TONIGHT thro SAT. at and p.m. JAMES TAYLOR WARREN OATES LAURIE BIRD DENNIS WILSON NOW SHOWING _ i i i at and p.m. That, book is now The d; film! RESTRICTED ADULT A nvwnvcH macron COLLEGE NOW SHOWING Tonight at 8 p.m. only DID YOU KNOW THAT "GONE WITH THE WIND" FIRST PLAYED LETHBRIDGE AT THE CAPITOL 32 YEARS AGO. THEN IT WAS A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS AND TODAY PATRONS ARE STILL ENJOYING THIS FABULOUS ATTRACTION. HELD OVER FOR ONE MORE WEEK Special Matinees Thurs. and Fri. Only at p.m. Evenings Daily at 8 p.m. only In newsmen splcnilnrJIic mosl mjiRnifircnl plrfure ever! DAVID aSQZtilfKS ADULT GONE WITH THEWinmr Coming Sunday, Oct. 31 Lethbridge Exhibition Pavillion p.m. Door Open 1 p.m. CJOC and AMERICA ROCK OPERA COMPANY PRESENTS MUSIC FROM JESUS CHRIST SUPER STAR Advance tickets available ah L.lsttr's Music Ltd., Doug's Musit and Sports, Marol's Smoke Shop, Club Cigar Store and Muskland Suppllli Ltd. S2.25 EACH Starring MEL BEGAN EVEYLNN QUARTH IAN McClAIN GARY DERE THE PRIVILEGE CHORAL SINGERS THE ENTIRE CALGARY SYMPHONY Tho some show played to sold oul houses In Detroit, couvcr, Hawaii. Oregon, Calgary, etc., ana1 who will bo playing in New York, london, Japan in the future. ;