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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Nab Mafia boss ROME (AP) Italian police announced Friday the arrest of reputed Mafia boss Frank Cop- pola, 73, and three Rome busi- nessmen on oharges that in- clude conspiracy to commit murder and trafficking in drugs jmd contraband tobacco. The ar- rests were part of a crackdown on the underworld that netted 10 suspects in Rome and four other cities. APTLY NAMED The backswimraer Is the only iteect that swims on its back, which is shaped like the hull of a boat' How Fast Can You Read? Eduvak Educational Services Ltd. Is offering a Speed Read- ing and Reading Efficiency Program at a new low cost. Enrol now! Classes will be limited. For more information Write Box 16 Canada in better shape than U.S. WASHINGTON (CP) A re- port from the United States em- bassy in Ottawa says the Cana- dian economy is showing solid signs of healthy growth despite persistent inflation and high un- employment. It makes statistical compari- sons which, it says, indicate Canada's growth record In real terms is better than twice that of the United Slates. It also suggests that press and public preoccupation with the unemployment figures tend "to ignore a generally satisfactory economic performance." While generally sympathetic to Canada's position in the wake of new higher U.S. tariffs, the report adds: "On balance, however, Can- ada has more to gain than any foreign country from the suc- cess of "the efforts to set the U.S. economy on sounder foot- as one Canadian bank has characterized the new economic program." A summary of the embassy s views of the Canadian economy appears in the current issue of VASA LODGE HALLOWEEN DANCE SAT., OCT. 30-9 P.M. SCANDINAVIAN HALL Music by the GOLD DOTS MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT FEATURING "SHAMEN" AND APPEARING IN THE Lounge-'JlMBO" AND MAIL" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. FOOD and REFRESHMENTS The El Rancho Motor Hotel is now licensed to serve liquor and wine in its Outrider Tavern LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "PATTON" In color. Starring Academy award winner George C. Scott Best Actor and Karl Maiden. Satur- day, October 30. Shows at and p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "DIRTY DINGUS MAGEE" In Metrocolor. Starring Frank Sinatra. George Kennedy and Anne Jackson. Saturday, October 30. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Vt PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "ICE STATION ZEBRA" In Metrocolor. Starring Rock Hudson and Ernest Borgnine. Saturday and Sunday, October 30 and 31. Show each night at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "THE BOATNIKS" In Technicolor. Star- ring Robert Morse, Stephanie Powers and Phil Silvers. Saturday, October 30. Shows at and p.m. Family. Sunday, October 31 at p.m. "THE NIGHT VISITOR" In color. Adult. RAYMOND Capitol Theatre Walt Disney's "THE WILD COUNTRY" In Technicolor. Starring Steve Forrest, Ronny Howard and Vcra Miles. Saturday, October 30. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW" In color. Starring Rock Hudson and Angic Dickcnson. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, October 30, November 1 and 2. Saturday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. Commerce Today, application cf the commerce department. It says that a.i summer ended, Canadians could look back on six successive quarters of growth of gross national product value of goods and serv- ices. On a seasonally-adjusted bads, the increase in GN'P the first half of 1971 was almost double that in the first half of the previous year. the rough com- parison of 10 to the in- crease in GNP during the year July 1970-June 1071 of bil- lion Canadian was relatively about the same as that in tire United States, Canada's lower price inflation yielded a growth record in real terms better than twice that of the United States." With regard to eventual Cana- dian gain from the U.S. eco- nomic policy, the report notes the U.S. is Canada's biggest customer and "that Canadian prosperity inevitably is linked American prosperity." Additionally, Canada should gain in third-country markets from the realignment of foreign exchange rates. "Informed Canadians" appre- ciate that Canada stands to ben- efit in 1972 aral later but "for the rest of 19 1, however, Cana- dian experts may suffer, busi- ness investment may taper off and unemployment may deterio- rate." Actor Geo. Scott in hospital rut HOLLYWOOD (AP) "I csn't seem to get out of hospi- said George C. Scott, a grin softening his stern fea- tures. He was in the sixth-floor emergency area of St. Joseph Hospital, filming scenes for The New Centurions in which he plays a Los Angeles cop. His last movie was Hospital, which was filmed mostly in a New York hospital. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 ST. N. JACK'S ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 49 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY, OCT. 30 ACES HIGH PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Showing Sunday Night Only! LAST PROGRAM OF THE SEASON 3 BIG HORROR SHOWS 3 I ADULT ENTERTAINMENT -I.- H. P. LOW CRAFTS CLASSIC TALE OF TERROR g-K- HUIIWICH HORROR I SANDRA DEE-DEAN STOCKWF1LED BEGLEY LLOYD 1SSSSIL- SECOND SCARRY HIT 3rd FRIGHT FEATURE GATES CREAK OPEN AT P.M. COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION have now started their Annual Poppy Campaign and canvassers are presently calling on business houses and offices. More canvassers are urgently required. POPPY TAG DAY will be held SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6th, 1971 The Ladies Auxiliary to ihe General Stewart Branch No. 4 of the Royal Canadian Legion organize and conduct the sale of poppies with the assistance of Ihe I.O.D.E., interested youth groups and citizens. Anyone wishing to assist would be very welcome. ORDER YOUR WREATH BY CALLING THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION POPPY CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS Phone 327-6644 "WE SHALL REMEMBER THEM" "And my next picture Rage, which T will direct as well as act he added. "It will be made in Arizona, and it has a big hospital sequence." Scott's Centurions job marks his first appearance in Holly- GEORGE C. SCO'lT wood since scorn- Academy Award for his perform ajice in Palton. The aetor is known to be fed up with the Oscar controversy. "Any afterthoughts about the ha was asked. "Not a single one." "Where is the "I haven't the slightest idea. I had requested that it be sent to Gen. Patton's daughter, but this was not done." Frank McCarthy, producer of Patton and the man who re- ceived Scott's award on Oscar night, says he returned it to the academy and there it remains. Chief Dan George in Commons OTTAWA (CP) Chief Dan George had a ringside seat today as the Commons held a pocket debate on school and liv- ing conditions on Indian re- serves in northeastern Alberta. The chief, actor and Indian spokesman from the Burrard reserve of North Vancouver, was in Ottawa to receive a Can- ada service medal from Gov.- Gen. Roland Michener at Gov- ernment House. He was the guest of Speaker Lucien Lamoureux in a special gallery in the Commons as In- dian Affairs Minister Jean Chre- tien defended his department's actions in Alberta. Outside the Commons, Chief George didn't comment direcily on schooling conditions in Al- berta. But government should act "in accordance with the wishes of native peoples in he said. He expressed the hope "for government help so that Indians could be educated to the same extent as whites so they can fit into society." He got a particularly warm welcome from MPs when Mr. Clirclien brought the House's at- tention to hi1; presence in the Speaker's gallery. Siamese twins at Edmonton EDMONTON Siamese twins born at the Uni- versity of Alberta hospital Thursday were reported in "good condition" despite being joined from the chest to the lower abdomen. A hospital spokesman said doctors had not determined whether the twins had any shared organs which would in- crease the difficulty of scparat- ing them. The mother of the twins, whose name was not released, also was in good condition. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Special Matinee Short Subjects "Gypsy Colt" One Complete Show Short Subjects 'The Love Machine" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Love Machine" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Two Lane Black Top" Last Complete Stow Sunday Short Subjects "Two Lane Black Top" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Special Matinee Short Subjects "Gypsy Colt" Last Complete Show "Gone With the Wind" One Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Gypsy Colt" One Complete Show 'Gone With the Wind" One Complete Show DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Stare Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lelhbridgi IN PRIZES! See Page 27 Saturday, October 30, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALC 7 HIBEKNATE IN WINTER Ladybugs do not die at the end of the season like so many other insects, but hibernate for .he winter. AN INCREASE The Man and His World exhi- bition in Montreal attracted visilors in 1971, com- pared with in 1970. STARTING MONDAY "RITE DIRECTION" from EDMONTON Country, Weitern and Rock group Appearing Nightly at p.m. YORK HOTEL 3rd Ave. and 13th St. N. PARAMOUNT 111, 8. 8th ST 3275100 STARTS WEDNESDAY A MOVIE FOR ADULTS TO TAKE THEIR CHILDREN TO! oldjashlonefl with qfafat EMI TILM PRODUCTIONS LTD. Fitunb DISTRIBUTED BV UNIVERSAL PICTURES FAMILY STARTS MONDAY A DESPERATELY FUnW FILM. IT SUCCEEDS. CARL REINER IS ABSOLUTELY AT HIS BEST WITH SUCH MAGICAL Hi Afar Viik Tints. A FREE WHEELING SATIRE. A PORTNOVIAN FANTASY ABOUT MOMMA, ttUNmmk. "RESTRICTED ADULT L J GEORGE Starring SEGAl BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT Thru TUES. MHANKCMCH PRODUCTION Jacqueline Snsann's SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. km Cdurrtia fidun A UMJVIEiW nOUKE RESTRICTED ADULT CINEMA 4th AVE 8th ST 327 5100 TONIGHT and SUN. SUNDAY at pm.. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE TONIGHT thru TUES EVENINGS ONLY AT P.M. ONLY In new screen most magnificent picture ewif DAVID O.SELZNICKS GONE WITH THE WIND" SUNDAY ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. "BUUITT They're young... Ifiey're in love ...and they kill people. KCM11IF, TECHNICOLOR' II IN COLOR WITH STEVE MCQUEEN ADULT ENTERTAINMENT IAST TIMES TONIGHT GATES AT 7 P.M. SHOW AT P.M. MAKE THIS SUNDAY AN EXPERIENCE !N GOURMET DINING AT THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! RESERVE EARLYI MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 A.M. TO 2 P.M. Served in the Dining of Hot 4 to 8 Ham, Saus- or Bacon and Prime Ribs of Alberta Famous Hot Dishes, Jellied Salads, Relishes and Under 12 W other tasty treats to 35 your Make business a pleasure Business Men's Luncheon Monday to Friday a.m. to 2 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 tickets available at: Leiitor's Music Ltd., Doug's Music and Sports, Marcel'i Smoko Shop, Club Cigar Store and Musicland Supplier Ltd. S2.25 EACH Starring MEL DEGAN EVEYLNN QUARTH IAN McCLAIN GARY DERE THE PRIVILEGE CHORAL SINGERS THE ENTIRE CALGARY SYMPHONY The tanift show ployed to sold out houses In Detroit, Van- couver, Hawaii. Oregon, Calgary, Edmonton, etc., and who bo playing In Now York, London, Japan in the fuiurn. ;