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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta EARLY HALLOWEEN Three young Halloween buffs donned their costumes early in Ottawa to offer some candy to Prime Minister Trudeau and get the annual drive of fhe Canadian Kidney Foundation off to a good start. The drive, run in all provinces except Newfoundland and Saskatchewan sells candy, with the proceeds going to the foundation. Save-Venice ball at SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PATTON" In color. Starring Academy Award winner 'Best Actor' George C. Scott and Karl Maiden. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 28, 29 and 30. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BOATN1KS" A Walt Disney Production In color. Starring Robert Morse, Stephanie Powers and Phil Silvers. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 28, 29 and 30. Thursday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "LOVE STORY" In color. Starring Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal. Thursday and Friday, October 28 and 29. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Friday, October 29lh Mothers Pre-Schoolers Free Skating noon Public Skating p.m. Saturday, October 30th Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Sunday, October 31st Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Family Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Frdiay, October 29th Free Public Skating p.m. Sunday, October 31 SI Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. NOTE: There wil be no Public Skating at the Civic Ice Centre on Saturday evening, October 30, 1971 from p.m. duo to a previous booking commit- ment. PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Friday, October 29th NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimming Saturday, October 30th Public Swimming Sunday, October 31st Public Swimming Family Swimming Monday, November 1st NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. OTTAWA (CP) A head grand masked hall wi'l be held in lavish surroundings o Ihe National Arts Centre Nov. 6 to help save Venice. The ball mil highlight a week-long program arranged by -he Ottawa Save Venice com- mittee to raise money to pre- serve the Arsenal, one of the Italian city's famous buildings. Actually a shipyard when Ven- ice was a republic, it was buill in 1104. "This ball promises to be the most glamorous of the season in all of the organizers say in a letter to prospective ticket-buyers. The son charge is "little enough Anaconda earnings plunge NEW YORK (AP) Declin- ing metal prices and strikes have led to a sharn earnings plunge during the third quarter for two major producers. Anaconda Co. reported a million loss, or 77 cents a share, compared with a third-quarter profit last year of million or 77 cents a share. American Smelting and Refin- ing Co. announced an 81-per- cent decline in third-quarter earnings to million or 11 cents a share, compared with S16.5 million or 60 cents a share last year. It is cutting its quart- erly dividend to 30 cents from 47% cents. Anaconda said it did not in- clude in its statement a write- down of its assets in Chile, ex- propriated in July. Last year, dividends from Chilean invest- ments contributed million to third quarter results, the company said. WIDE CHOICE Modern urban birds use sticky tape, nails, nuts, electric cable, parts of cartons, candy paper, potato chip packs and film for their nests. the when you consider both cause and tha occasion." The cause is that Venice, a city built on small islands in a lagoon on the Gulf of Venice and noted for its splendid churches and palaces, is sinking "imperceptibly but c o n t i n u- ot'dy" into the Adriatic Sea. The occasion will be elabo- rate. The opera house of the arts centre, where the ball will be held, will be decorated in the blacfc-and gold colors of 18th- century Vemce. FLY IN FLOWERS A red velvet canopy with scal- loped edges will hang over the huge stage, supported by pillars decorated with some of the red-and-white carnations to be flown in from Italy by Ali- tali.a The formally-dressed guests will be given eye masks on ar- rival. They will sip cocktails from bars set up on the sprawl- ing red staircase along the side of the opera house and dance on the main stage to the music of Bcbby Gimby and his orchestra. Donated door prizes include two first-class tickets for a win- ter cruise to Venice and an Ital- ian-built sports car. The arts centre director-gen- eral, Hamilton Southam, is a co-chairman of the organizing committee for Save Venice Week. The centre is not charg- ing its normal rental fee for the event although it will regain costs of any outlays for food and ushsrs. The Ottawa Save Venice Com- mittee has on its honorary com- mittee Prime Minister Trudeau, External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp and State Secre- tary Gerard Pelletier. Its program also includes free displays at the National Library and National Gallery as well as a concert and film at the arts centre for which admission will be charged. The concert by the National Arts Centre orchestra will fea- ture works either by Venetians or written for Venice. Canad an-born conductor Mario Be nardi spent part of his youth ir Treviso, Italy, north of Venice and earned his diploma ir >iano, organ and composition "rom the Venice Conservatory Pruned tree, alderman must pay CALGARY (CP) Alderman Gordon Shrake was ordered in provincial court yesterday to make restitution for pruning a dty o'.vned tree. Provincial Judge W. J. Har- vie told the alderman to pay damages or face a month in jail. Aid. Shrake pleaded guilty to a charge of property damage under reduced from en earlier count of wilful damage. He trimmed a tree that grew over a swimming hole. TOURJST TRADE GROWS LONDON (Reuter) More than 6.5 million foreign tourists earned Britain a record billion last year, the British tourist authority announced Wednesday. They made the tourist industry Britain's fourth largest earner of foreign cur- rency. So many of them changed American money that they were the largest source of incoming dollars. Thunday, October 28, 1971 THE LETIIBRIDGE HERAID 7 Liquor policies to be reviewed EDMONTON (CP) A cabinet committee to recom- mend policy to settle conflicts between natural resource de- velopment and conservation and a committee to review li- quor legislation and regulations have been created by the pro- vincial cabinet. Deputy premier Hugh Homer will be chairman of the com- mittee on natural resources and environment. Other members will include Minister of En- vironment Bill Yurko, Bill Dickie, minister of mines and minerals, Fred Peacock, minis- ter of industry and tourism, and Allan Warrack, minister of lands and forests. The committee to review li- quor legislation and regulations will have six members includ- ing two from the legislative as- sembly and three others selec- ed on a geographical basis. Calgary MLA Ron Ghittcr, chairman of the committee, Boyle's Column CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests Prince Igor has no I v taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight. By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Mem ory is the greatest bargain in life. It costs nothing, requires no upkeep, and lasts as long as you do. It is our memorie. indeed that decorate our days and bless our lives. You have a good store o them yourself if you can look back and remember Bob Hope was a promisini young song and dance man. People stayed up later to get a new station on the radio than they do now to watch late show on television. Folks rarely bothered to lock the front door unless they were going away on a long vacation. Automobiles and phono- graphs had one thing in com- wouldn't start unti they had been hand-cranked. A small-town druggist didn'l really need to be able to deci- pher the doctor's prescrip- knew as well as the doc what medicines would be prescribed in a given situation anyway. A good housewife always gave the family Bible a good dusting the day the minister planned to call. PARTY LINE HELPS Your knowledge of local gossip picked up immediately when you had a party line telephone installed. A fellow knew pretty well whether his girl really cared for him by whether she took the trouble to put nuts in the homemade fudge she fixed every Saturday afternoon. Salesmen pay tax for trips OTTAWA (CP) Two Vic toria men will have to pay in come tax on the value of trips they won under a sales incen live program operated by the General Coach Works of Can la. The tax appeal board made public rulings that Robert Jor- dison and Thomas Roy Miller received the benefits by virtue of their employment and musi pay lax on their value. Mr. Miller must pay tax on :he trip he won to Acapulco and Mr. Jordison on his to Jamaica. Trustees warned stop nonsense' CALGARY (CP) The new chairman of the public schoo! ward wants the system's seven irustees to "set aside persona: differences" and tackle major education problems. "The citizens of Calgary are ed up with monkeyshines and >ehavior detracts from a most serious Deloy M. Sallenback told the board. He said the problems are: re- snt reduct ions in teachers ured, the need for additional emedial help for elementary pupils, concerns about the chool library program and re- quirements for more board- niblic communication. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects The Ijflve Machine" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Two Lane Black Top" Last Complete Show COLLEGK CINEMA "Gone With The Wind" One Complete Show The height of luxury was a shiny brass bed. A doctor always stayed for a second cup of coffee in the kitchen of a home where he delivered twins. No matter how many boys there were in the family, Santa Claus left only one sled at Christmas. You could walk down al- most any street and sniff the wonderful smell of fresh bread being baked. You were pretty sure the honeymoon was over for a young couple when they quit bragging about how much they had been impressed by Uie view at Niagara Falls. Children didn't feel under- privileged if they had to walk a mile to get to school. People didn't feel the need of being endlessly entertained. A whole family would sit on the front porch on nights hav- ing a wonderuful time just laughing and talking together. Those were the member? Jhls tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenilh's remarkable 2-70 is just one of 18 quality Zenith hearing aids. One of them might be just v T right for you. At no obligation, test-hear U a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenith hearings aids priced from the quality goes In before the name goes on. Mail or biing in thit coupon foi (tee copy of Zenith's "Sound Heating" Booklet. LEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bldg. _______LETHBRIDGE_______ NAME said the other members will be named next week. Public hearings will be held by the committee next year to gather public views on liquor control. Water forums NATAL (HNS) The Re- Eioiial District of East Koo- tenay will sponsor three fo- rums to hear views on the use of the wster resource within the district. The first will be held in Cranbrook, another in Fer- nie and one will be in the lumbia Valley. All forums will be scheduled during November. Tlie Korean peninsula covers square miles. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV J A C If C RADIO AND TV n w iv j EAGLES HALLOWE'EN MASQUERADE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29th WATMOUGH ORCHESTRA PRIZES FOR COSTUMES ADMISSION INCLUDES LUNCH MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS WESTERN BOARD OF MUSIC OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA RECITAL AND PRESENTATION OF AWARDS PLANETARIUM AUDITORIUM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 at p.m. ADMISSION FREE THE PUBIIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND 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 CHILDREN'S MATilNEES MGM; SATURDAY AFTERNOON ONLY ONE COMPLETE SHOW at pm. COLLEGE CINEMA SATURDAY at 1 and 3 p.m. SUNDAY at p.m. only HstpUraaongstothe wUttncss nf Hs hurt nr DONNA CORCORAN WARD BOND 50c BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING of and p.m. A HMNraflCH PRODUCTION HELD OVER Thru SAT. RESTRICTED ADULT A umwiSAl nciUK 4ih "AVE' 8th SI 5100 TONIGHT Thru SAT, at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE NOW SHOWING Complete Show at 8 p.m. Matinee Friday at 2 p.m. In ncvsrrccn most magnificent pldiirc ever1 GONE WITH THE WIND" SORRY FOLKS! CLOSED TONIGHT WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT OMEN ACRES ;