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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Marijuana might have caused death HONG KONG (AP) A coro- ner said today Chinese-Ameri- can film star Bruce Lee prob- ably died of a brain edema and that it may have been brought on by marijuana. Opening the inquest into the death of the 33-year-old Kung Fu star July 20, coroner C. K. E. Tung explained that a brain edema is a swelling caused by an excess of fluid in portions of the brain. He said there was no evi- dence so far to determine what caused this in Lee's case, but he said it could have been caused by a physical condition or illness not yet identified or possibly by "drug intoxication of sensitivity." And he said that DIETRICH DENTURE CLSNiC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suife Sfh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridge an autopsy showed traces of marijuana residue in Lee's stomach and small intestine. Tung said that Lee suffered Ms fatal seizure at the apart- ment of film actress Betty Ting Pei. It had been announced at the time that this occurred at Lee's home, and Ms associates denied later reports that he was in Miss Tung's apartment. The coroner said Lee, film producer Raymond Chow, and Miss Ting had been at Miss Ting's apartment discussing the possibility of the actress ap- pearing in a film with Lee. Miss Ting attended the in- quest, which the coroner said might last three or four and was to testify later. WORLD RECORD TENERIFE, Canary Islands (Reuter) A local group sang Spanish and Latin American folk music non-stop for 28 hours, 15 minutes here. They daim it as a world record. Wednesday, September 5, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Teacher surplus in prospect REGINA (CP) A general surplus of teachers can be ex- pected in Saskatchewan this year although there will be a shortage in certain subject areas, Jules Friesen says. Mr. Friesen, executive assist- ant of the Saskatchewan Teach- ers' Federation, said he has re- ceived numerous enquiries from school superintendents who are having difficulty filling posi- tions in the vocational, indus- trial arts and home economics fields. He said he agreed with a Statistics Canada report releas- ed Tuesday which indicated green acres cirive-iri yr lower enrolments in elementary schools will contribute to a po- tential surplus of teachers across the country. THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Department of Music announces A NEW PROGRAM OF CONSERVATORY INSTRUCTION IN BRASS INSTRUMENTS Instructor: H. JACK ADAMSON, B.Ed. (Non-credit lesson series available ins Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, and. Tuba For additional information apply to: THE SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Phone: 329-2338 Early arrivals at Labor Day festival Only a, few teen-agers were on hand for the open- to an exchange of gunfire during the evening. State ing of a three-day Labor Day rock festival at Holland, attorney John Howard said nine men were injured in the Vt., but an estimated young people were at the melee. Howard said at least TOO arrests had been made farm site when a gate crashing attempt apparently led in connection with the festival. Townspeople find little damage following invasion DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE HOTEL Red Coach Lounge GEORGE RENAUD HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 PtNCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "FUZZ" In color. Starring Burt Reynolds, Jack Weston and Yul Brynner. Wednesday, September a.' Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER" color. Starring Clint Eadl- wood.Wednesday, Thursday. Friday ar.d Saturday, Sep- tember 5, 6, 7 and 8. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. One Dance Is Worth A Thousand Words 'Pre Grand Opening Special' PRIVATE LESSONS GROUP LESSONS !25 We'll teach you to say 'I LOVE YOU' in a beautiful way! nisi" dance ocooemLj 426 13th St. N. Phone 329-0955 THE LETHBPJDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION THE LETHBPJDGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SEASON REHEARSALS: Lefhbridge Collegiate Institute COMMENCING SEPT. 10th, 1973 CURRENT VACANCIES: String Players (especially 'cellos and basses) also Clarinets, bosoon, horn, trumpet and tuba. (Other vacancies may occcur before commencement of the session.) Interested reasonably experienced performers upon any orchestral instrument are invited to contact: IUCIEN NEEDHAM, CONDUCTOR (OFFICE PHONE: 329-2338) HOLLAND. Vt. (AP) The townspople here surveyed their farmlands today and found that a rock-music festival which attracted young people had left little apparent damage. The landowners in the tiny Canadian-border community failed in attempts to block the festival but obtained a court or- der for damages to be covered j by the gate receipts from the I three-day festival. i Town attorney Andrew Pepin I said it appears little of the damage money will be needed. "Other than a few raids on vegetable gardens. I haven't heard of any problems.'" he said. "We can afford to lose a few tomatoes if that's all it's confined to." It was a different story for the promoters. Ronald Worth and Robert Abbott. The crowd was reluctant to buy the tickets and late Sat- urday a large-scale effort to break down the fences led to fights with security guards and a shooting incident in which at least four persons were wound sd. Worth was forced to cut the music short at 4 a.m. a full day ahead of schedule, when he could no longer pay the rock groups to play. The result, Worth said, was a financial nightmare. He said gate receits were only about i against expenses which j reached Several wooden buildings were set afire Sunday night on the festival grounds, a rolling pasture belonging to Abbott. State police said no fire damage was caused to any neighboring property. Pepin said he will meet Tues- day with town offcials to deter- mine just how much money will be needed from the promoters. Lawrence Judd. chairman of the Holland selectmen, said lo- cal legislators plan to introduce legislation to block future rock festivals. Churchman dies WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) Canon ALmon Pepper, 74, re- tired director of the department of Christian social relations of the Episcopal Anglican Church, died Monday in hospital. Since his retirement in 1967. he had I been a consultant on commu- nity service to the overseas de- partment of the Episcopal Church. TQfJJTI 2 FIRST RUN SPECIAL NOTICE! The management hereby disclaims any responsibility for patrons who suffer CARPfAC SEIZURES (luring the gruesome scenes !hK film. ALFRED ADULT JOSEPH COTTER ELKE SOMMER hT'BARGH BLOOD" TECHNICOLOR- lEWt IJIiSSITIMK fllB h VfXa SIOKimK. least fl. HIT 9 "THE THING WITH TWO HEADS" NO. 2 with Ray Milland and Rosey Grier GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. STARTS FRIDAY If THP inc Marlon Brando James Caan RESTRICTED ADULT 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th JACKPOT In 56 NOS. in 57 NOS. in 58 NOS. if no bingo called after 57 Numbers we will continue for 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT IN 50 NOS. NO ONE UNDER tfc YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment FOR ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY THURSDAY, SEPT. 6 "CHARADES" FRIDAY, SEPT RANCH BOYS" SATURDAY, SEPT.8 "SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS" PARAMOUNT "Sleuth" Last Complete Show No Short Subjects Adult, Not Suitable for Children HINT CINEMA Short Subjects "Trinity is Still My Name" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Live and Let Die'' Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Baron Blood" "Thing With Two Heads" One Complete Show Gates Open Adult 1.7 million visitors see fair MONTREAL CCP) The 1973 edition of Man and His World closed its gates Monday after about 1.7 million visitors and what have become routine com- parisons with Expo '67, the 1967 World's Fair from which the annual event sprung. Paul Leduc, in charge of the fair's press bureau, said this summer has been the best for the Montreal tourist industry since 1967, and pointed to "all these tourists wandering around the streets but not at the fair." "There is no one specific he said. "The good weather, which should have been an asset, had the opposite effect." He said Montrealers went to the country or stayed at home. Tourists, he suggested, may have been disappointed with a delayed opening last year and closure of one of the two islands on which Expo '67 was located. The cause of both was a city manual workers' dispute. VIMY LOUNGE "THE METROS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY POOR SHIFT MELBOURNE, Australia (Reuter) Glen Peters' mail included a note from the man who stole his car. It told him where to find it, adding "by the way, your gearbox is not too good." ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN I I d I I I I' at p.m. 8th St. 4th Ave. South. 327-5100 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Clhinkofthe clhengo perfect crime.., one step further. TO WITNESS THE PERFECT CRIME YOU MUST COME ON TIME The story and suspense of "Sleuth" are so unique you must see it from the very beginning PALOMAR PICTURES INTERNATIONAL LAURENCE MICHAEL OLIVIER CAUSE in JOSEPH LMANKIEWICZ' Film of AlBERT RBROCCOL! m HARRYSALTZMAN college cinema 23th Ava. Mayor Muntii Dr.. 328-630O TONITE and THURS. At p.m. fcih-GUY HAMILTON United Artists E. Entesn Present Aid fbwbf Bud Spencer-YantiSomer-DanaGhia-EnzoTarascio-EniilioDeliePiam I PraishMw SHOWING At p.m. FOR MUSIC LESSONS at PRUEGGER'S MUSIC PHONE TODAY TRIAL SUPPLIED i COURSES FOR ACCORDION GUIlARdf DRUMS PIANO ORGAN r NO ENROLMENT ;