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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 5, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Distinguished service honors Bob Hope awarded scroll NEW YORK (AP) Come- dian Bob Hope, who portrayed New York Mayor Jimmy Walker in the movie version of the book Beau James, was honored at city hall in recogni- tion of his silver anniversary in television. Mayor Abraham Beame presented the comedian with a scroll for distinguished ser- vice as "an international am- bassador of good will." STOPS QUESTIONING NEW YORK (AP) A United States judge has tem- porarily forbade the formal questioning of immigration of- ficials about deportation proceedings against John Len- non, musician and former CAREERS REQUIRED COOKS and DISHWASHERS Apply HEIDELBERG INN 1303 Mayor Magrath Drive member of the Beatles pop group. Judge Richard Owen granted a government motion to defer defence questioning of Vincent Schiano, former chief trial lawyer of the Im- migration and Naturalization Service. The judge set Sept. 26 for the government to file its mo- tion to dismiss Lennon's civil lawsuits. Painting on display Hollywood Communist hunt recalled by veteran actor CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) Showing is scheduled to begin in September at the Con- federation Centre art gallery here of Lawren Harris' paint- ing, Winter Woods, Algonquin Park. The painting was a bequest to the province of Prince Edward Island by the late Dorothy Lampman McCurry of Ottawa on the stipulation that it hang in the gallery. Dr. Moncrieff Williamson, gallery director, called the painting a fine example of Harris' work. It brings to three the number of paintings produced by the Group of Seven that hang in the gallery. The others are by Arthur Lismer and Frederick Varley. LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT In The Clubrooms Thursday, Sept. 5 "Barney and the Beernuts" Friday and Saturday Sspt. 6th and 7th "Copaseti Magasis" Members and Invited Guests UCTION Master-charge 2508-2nd Ave. N. Chargex License No. 077855 paramount TONIGHT THRU SAT. at and p.m. do fit to the CI.A.3S ADULT Aug. 26th Sept. 7th "CANADIAN CLUB" AT THE INERS' 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES PINCHER Theatre "BORN LOSERS" in color. Starring Tom Laughlin. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, September 5, 6, 7. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT Drive-In Thursday is Bargain per car. "EL DOR- ADO" in color. Starring John Wayne. Thursday Sept- ember 5. Cartoons start at p.m. FAMILY PINCHER Theatre "BORN LOSERS" in color. Starring Tom Laughlin. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. September 5, 6, 7. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT Nevada madam still running RENO, Nev. (AP) Be verly ttarrell, a brothel ma- dam who campaigned on a platform of VD education for teen-agers, has won her way into a runoff for a Nevada state assembly seat. Mrs. Harrell led six other candidates Tuesday in the Democratic race for a state assembly seat representing isolated Mineral, Nye and Es- meralda counties. The brothel she operates is legal since prostitution in some sections of the state is allowed under law. Hawthorne garage owner Don Moody, 46, ran second. Singer's son in hospital NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The four year old son of entertainers Johnny Cash and June Carter was reported im- proving in hospital today after a serious traffic accident. John Carter Cash was ad- mitted Monday with serious head injuries after a car driven by his aunt overturned when it hit a mud puddle near the Cash estate in suburban HendersonviHe. Require help (CP) The public Service Commission is seeking to hire. 100 translators to work mainly in Ottawa as part of an effort to provide services in both French and English. The translators, whose salaries will range between and will be part of the translation bureau of the Secretary of State department. CONDITION SERIOUS NICHOLS, N.Y. (AP) Howard Koch, 72, the Academy Award winning screenwriter of the film classic Casablanca, was seriously injured yesterday when his car collided with a pickup truck near here. "LET THE EARTH HEAR HIS VOICE" This was the theme of the "Congress On World Evangelism" held in Lausanne, Switzerland in July of this year. F.G.B.M.F.I. is pleased to have as its speaker Rev. Albert Baldeo, who was invited to attend this con- gress. Born in Trinidad, West Indies, Rev. Baldeo taught school in the island before coming to Canada for further study, he returned to Trinidad to pastor its largest Pres- byterian Church. He now is minister of the Coaldale United Church and past president of the Ministerial Association of Lethbridge. You are invited to come and hear this colorful speaker share what God has done in his life at the Full Gospel Businessmen's Breakfast meet- ing at the El Rancho Motor Hotel, Sept, 7, 1974, at 9 a.m. For Reservations Phone 328-9420. Tickets ALBERT BALDEO COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming, Skating, and Museum fcpt. 9 FffitZSKK SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) p.m. PUBLIC SWIM 7.-00-10OO SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) p.m. PUBLIC SWIM SWIM SWIM p.m. FAMILY SWIM SWIM (ADULTS ONLY 12.-OD-1.-OO p.m. PUBLIC SWIM 7.-00-10-00 p.m LIONS mmsM ntWtJndvvMrn m ALEXMRffl p LOS ANGELES (AP) Speaking of the victims of Hollywood's hunt for Com- munists a generation ago, Lionel Stander says: "Some of them committed suicide, others became drunks, many went through divorces. I sur- vived." The raspy-voiced gangster of comedies of the 1930s, Stander not only survived in the face of the movie in- dustry's blacklist. He thrived. "Hollywood spoiled said the actor, now 66, who once earned a week in films. Stander, who has made his home in Rome for the last seven years, has made a rare return to Hollywood to play a gangster in The Black Bird, an updating of The Maltese Fal- con. Born in New York City, Stander was a popular come- dian with such radio person- alities as Fred Allen and Ed- die Cantor when he was brought to Hollywood. Among his films: The Scoundrel, the original A Star Is Born, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, Professor Beware, and The Kid from Brooklyn. His film career halted abruptly in 1949 when the anti- Communist crusade struck the film industry. Stander had long been a supporter of leftist causes. "But I'm not a Communist. I was never a Communist.'' he said. "Hell, I was left on the Left. An anarchist is what I really was." Unable to find work as an actor, Stander in the 1950s be- came a stockbroker. Stander returned here for The Loved One in 1965 and again for The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight three years ago. LANDMARK SOLD LOS ANGELES (AP) The Tropicana. a landmark on the Las Vegas Strip, is being sold by Minneapolis businessman Deil Gustafson because of a reported organized swindle on gambling debts, the Los Ange- les Times says. The Times says it has learn- ed from reliable sources that the deal followed whirlwind negotiations with a group of Las Vegas businessmen. Under the tentative agreement, the group would buy a two-thirds interest in the hotel-casino, The Times says. Gustafson was not imme- diately available for comment on the report. The asking price for the Tropicana is reported to have been million, but The Times says it learned the ten- tative agreement calls for a much lower price. The Times says the Tropicana has been plagued recently with a cash-flow problem, involving snags in credit collections from customers on junkets from Detroit. The newspaper says law-en- forcement agencies are in- vestigating reports that Detroit crime figures vic- timized the Tropicana in an "organized scam" involving non-payment of gambling debts by the credit customers. paramount cinema NOW SHOWING EVENINGS AT P.M. ONLY The wait is orer! fou can thrill again to the happiest sounc in all the world. FAMILY NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. college cinema TONIGHT Thru SAT. at and p.m. piCHARD HARRIS DEADi'A Cc sia-rirg EDMOND 0 BR'EK BRADFORD D.1'.K. JAtJICE HEiDEN KA1H3 EWM-Mi DM HJil ;iiN iUy-L as B J'. -r: CW C 3.: Zute ngi D.'a'e: bv J JM'l green acres drive-in TONIGHT Thru SUN. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES 2 Telly Savalas and James Coburn in "A REASON TO LIVE- A REASON TO DIE" in Technicolor Gaies Open At p.m. One Complete Show p.m. ALSO SHOWING Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects. 7.00 S P.Y.S: 7 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA SOUND OF MUSIC. ONE COMPLETE SHOW: 8 15 NEXT MATINEE. SATURDAY 200 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7.109-05 99 DEAD 7 25 9 25 LAST CQMPLETE SHOW 9135 GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN EMBASSY- 8-30 REASON TO LWE, REASON TO DIE 10.20 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 830 GATES OPEN 8-00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT tlCHAflD ROUHDTBU SUPIKSTAF! fROM SHAFT IS BACK WaGIHC AN ICC COLD WAR OK snmmc mcnJutD HouranKff cwcx OWNERS jast COLOR Showing this wMk it Theitris mar yoyl A RE-RELEASE Achm Not D BY Suitable For Children POPULAR DEMAND 'BORN LOSERS" THE ORIGINAL SCREEN APPEARANCE OF 10MUU6HUI -AS BILLY JACK ELKS DRIVE-IN FERN! E, B.C. Stpl. JBCOT.CB FOX THEATRE PINCHER CREEK S-6-7 An MdOHCW nmXKHvm. RMELHSt ARCH THEATRE VAUXHALL Sept 6-7 DOW THEATRE BOW ISLAND B-7-9 ENROLL NOW for lessons to start in September k_ fl V-v _ __ We will offer you an YOU MAY ENROLL FOR AN ACCORDION COURSE; a GUITAR COU or a DRUM COURSE. DO IT NOW... The regular value for (he 8 week package is BUT AS AN EARLY BIRD SPECIAL NOW ONLY S4250 ;