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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneiday, Seplombcr R, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Actor acquires lighthouse CAPE ELIZABETH, Me. (AP) _ Actor Gary Merrill now is Ihe proud owner o[ a lighthouse. The veleran of many n singe and screen production signed papers this week giving him possession of one of the his- toric Two Lights on Ihe rocky Cape Elizabeth shore. Merrill bought the so-called West Light, which was aban- doned by the government in 1924. He said he intends to re- model it into a year round home. The glass dome and lantern were removed when the light- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HO5ACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327.7244 Lethbridgi house went out of service. Mer- rill said he intends to build a g 1 a s s-walled bedroom at the top of the 54-foot tower, which stands 129 feet above the sea. It will have a 360-degree view sweeping the Atlantic Ocean and as far inland as New Hamshire's Mount Washing- ton. Merrill plans to make his liv- ing quarters on six levels of the lower. They will be accessible only by a winding iron slair- case. The lighthouse and its twin, 300 yards distant, were built of cast iron in 1074. The East Light still serves lo guide mariners. DU QUOIN, HI. (AP) Jethro Burns, part of the music and comedy team of Homer and Jethro until the death of Henry D. (Homer) Waynes in August, says he will perform perma- nently with country-western star diet Alkins "b n c a u s c we've been friends for 20 years and he asked me to come along." Burns said Alkins, who is his brolhcr-in-law, "liked wlial I ivas doing and asked me b travel with him permanently-" Burns and Atkins married twin sisters. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 51 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS NO BINGO IN THE LOUNGE ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, SEPT 9 BRIDGE BRASS FRIDAY, SEPT. 10 BRIDGE TOWN TRIO SATURDAY, SEPT. 11 RAYMOND CANADIANS Computers nearly foul top report OTTAWA (CPi Computers nearly scuppered Ihe Science" Council's latest report on the problems of the computer Ydus- try. Dr. 0. M. Solandt, council chairman, ruefully confessed to a news conference loday thai computer editing and typeset- ting of Ihe 41-page documenl took three months. The machines did a passable job in English hut seemed un- able to come up with an ade- quale version in French. Fi- nally, Iho council had the text set manually. "I'm a liltle embarrassed by Ihe Dr. Solandl said after denying published reports which he said hinted at pressure to suppress the reporl in its final form of last March 11. he said quoting the council's chief administra- tive officer Dmitri Hunka, "are ill a very early stage of develop- ment" Jerry Lewis turns author JEIIKY LEWIS Byclection dale set In the Centre of Things WED., SEPT. 8 LOUNGE "5UN5" 4" SAT., 11 VIMY LOUNGE "THE METROS" Royal Canadian Legion FRI., SEPT. 10 BEAVER ROOM "The Moonglows" SAT., SEPT. 11 BEAVER ROOM "The Moonglows" OTTAWA (CP) A federal byelection will be held Monday, Nov. 0 in the Saskatchewan rid- ing of Assiniboia, Prime Minis- ter Trudeau announced in the Commons Tuesday. The byelection will fill the va- cancy, the only one now existing in the Commons, created by the death of Liberal Ab Douglas March 6. Current standing in tire Com- mons, Liberal 151, Conservative 72, NDP 24, Social Credit 13, In- dependent 2, Independent Lib- eral 1, vacant 254. The Conservatives for months have been challenging Mr. Tru- deau to name a byeleclion date in the Saskatchewan constitu- ency in the evident expectation of winning the seat. By BOB TIIOJIAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Jerry Lewis, author? The comedian himself wiis surprised Random House proposed lliat he produce a book about his film theories. Don't write il, he was it. That was easy for him. He look a half-million feet of audio tape from the film class he con- ducts at the University of South- ern California and compressed it info a 2011-page book, The Total Film-Maker. The rcsull Ls typical JeiTy profane, dis- connected, and yet fascinating in what it reveals of this un- questionably talented film maker. He tells how he became a movie director: "I had this drive and I was curious. Of course, I was al- ready a movie star and that helped get me on the lot. But in front of the camera, act- ing like a movie star. Not be- hind it! "Then one day at Paramount, long ago. I was missing. They found me crawling around up on a catwalk over the sound stage. I had to know if the catwalks, Six killed ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) At J least six persons were reported killed today when a broadcast- ing antenna fell north of St. Paul, police said. Police in Shoreview said an undetermined number of per- sons were injured when the tower collapsed. where the electricians and grips do things and sleep, wore made of two-by-fours. Were they built on a temporally basis? How did lliry hang Lion IIY cumosn v His nalivc curiosity pushed him through every studio de- partment until he learned cv- crylhing he could absorb about filming. Then he had (o direct. And write, and produce. The most valuable part of the book lo ordinary readers is his section on comedy. Particularly his comments about fellow co- medians: S'tan z near genius as a comic." Jack In the world at what he does, yet he is not a film comedian." Boh little compe- 'Toddy's Showtimes, Short Subjects "Anderson Tapes" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Who is Harry Kellerman" Last Complele Show COLLEGE CIXEMA Short Subjects "Billy Jack" 9.35 Last Complete Show RltEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Molly Maguires" "Paint Your Wagon" One Complete Show titon at stand-up comedy depends on character more than visuals.'' Leiiuy mosl in- furialing man I over met in my life because he preferred lo make his way with four-letter words." The groat comedians, accord- ing lo Lewis: Chaplin, Laurel, Jackie Gleason, in that order. Lewis' film career has been in a slump lalely, as has all movie business. But he remarks in his book: "Whatever direction Ihe induslry takes in this Lime of change, 1 won't abandon com- edy." GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9lh ST. S. September Special! GROUP INTRODUCTION to DANCE PROGRAM Yes! Now you can learn the dances you've always wanted to but couldn't buy the month ONLY--------------------------- 10 .00 PER PERSON Expert instruction in all the ballroom dancesl Weekly classes in our air-conditioned ballroom] Latest professional teaching methods! Guaranteed certified instruction! Plenty of free parking! Learn the waltz, fox trot, polka or Latins! Hours: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Sat. 1-6 p.m.! Have a happier dancing! Put some Life in your Life] Become the NEW YOU Enroll Today! PHONE 327-1442 No. 201 535 13th St. cm u Lethbridge, Alberta OFFER EXPIRES SEPT. 30th STARTS TOMORROW 2 SHOWS AT and p.m. "JOE" IS A TRIUMPH! a movie truly of our times" -Judith Crist, New York Magazine "PURE One of the year's 10 best. ....Oscar nomination for Peter RESTRICTED ADULT Everybody's talking about... NOTE Portions of this Dialogue may be objectionable. COLOR LAST TIMES TONIGHT "THE ANDERSON TAPES" in color with Sean Cannery SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE PIUEST'S WIFE" In Technicolor. Starring Sophia Luren and Marcello Mastroianni. Wednesday, September 8. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theotre "ANGEL UNCHAINED" In color. Starring Don Slroud, Luke Askew, Tyne Daly and Aldo Day. Wednesday, September 5. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt. Disney's "THE ARISTOCRATS" In Technicolor. A wonderful new cartoon feature. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ami Saturday, Septemlwr B, 10 and 11. Wed- nesday show at fills p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THERE WAS A CROOKED MAN" In color. Starring Kirk Douglas and Henry Fonda. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, September U. 9 and 10. Wednesday shows at anil p.m. Restricted Adult. ADULT Tonight and Thurs. AT AND P.M. STUDENT PRICES APPLY TO JUNIOR AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY. Durtin Hoffman wants (o know "Who is Harry Kellerman and why ii he saying those terrible things about PLUS CARTOON FEATURETTE Something GOOD is going to happen to you... Tonight and Thurs. al and p.m. HELD OVER 2 MORE DAYS TONIGHT AND THURSDAY Yes, This is the picture everyone is talking about Have you seen it yel? When you do, you will never forget it it's great! Just a person who protects children and LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR RESTRICTED ADULT 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN LAST TIME TONIGHT I 'Paint Your Wagon' IN COLOR CLINT EASTWOOD 'Molly MaGuires' IN COLOR SEAN CONNERY Thursday thru Saturday WE'LL BET THAT NO TOWN IN AMERICA CAN GIVE UP SMOKING FOR 30 fcough) YOU'RE ADULT Gales Open p.m. Show at p.m HIT "The First Time" NO- 2 9 h, Color with Jacqueline Bisset 7th ANNUAL ROTARY SHOW SPONSORED BY THE CAST IETHBRIDGE ROTARY CLUB Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion THURSDAY, SEPT. 9th 7.30 p.m. FRIDAY, SEPT. 10th 1.00 and 7.30 p.m. SATURDAY, SEPT. llth 1.00 and 7.30 p.m. RESERVED SEATS Saturday Matinee Available at leister's Music Ltd., Lclhbridgo Open 9 a.m. lo p.m. Phone 328-6808 or Write Above ;