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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 13, 1973 THE LETHBRDIGE HERALD 7 Paul Anka prefers Las Vegas clubs and pledges to quit other circuits NEW YORK (AP) Ot- tawa born singer Paul Anka says he is quitting the nightclub for Las and will concentrate on concert appearances "In Las Vegas and in concert, everything is said Anka, 32, in a news release "Give me a concert stage On it, I've got freedom to do the very best I can No audience deserves less from me he said bench warrant issued for the arrest of talk show host Johnny Carson after he failed to pay a traffic ticket for allegedly running a red light Carson s lawyer, Henry Bushkin said in Verberly Hills Calif that he had mail- ed a cheque for the fine last week ends a 22-year association with CBS, Gleason said from his Miami home Gleason said his shows for NBC will be dramatic presen- tations LAS VEGAS, Nev (AP) Municipal Court Judge Seymore Brown has ordered a MIAMI (AP) Comedian Jackie Gleason says he has signed a two-year contract with NBC for a minimum of three television shows a year The contract becomes effec- tive next September after he FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "CHEMO" AT THE MINER'S 733 -13th St. No. Members and Invited Guests Only JACKIE GLEASON JOHNNY CARSON Crash kills two OXNARD, Caht (AP) The two developers of a flying automobile have been killed in the flaming crash of the craft only minutes after take-off, officials report Known as the "Flying Pin- to, a combination of a Ford Pinto auto and a Cessna air- plane, the prototype plunged to earth about a mile from Ventura County Airport Tuesday Killed were Henry Smohnski, 40, of Santa Susana, and Harold Blake, 40, Los Angeles They were the founders and top two officers of Advanced Vehicle Engineers, launched at nearby Van Nuys in 1968 ELKS CLUB OFLETHBRIDGE 1251 3rd avenue South Are undergoing extensive remodelling and alter- ations to the present building which should be com- plete by September 30th Applications are being accepted for employment to fill the following positions Chef Dining Lounge Waitress Lounge Waitress Spare Help, 2 to 3 Nights Per Week PHONE 327-7219 Between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For Appointment 45th ANNUAL B.P.O ELKS CARNIVAL Fri. and Sat., Sept. 14th and 15th ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Cash 2nd Cash Commencing Each Night at p.m. FREE ADMISSION TO CARNIVAL All Proceeds for Lethbridge Elks Charities WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD AT FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE SMt. 13, M.f tUtf. 14 FROM 11 A.M. AND I P.M. LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Wnkend Entertainment In The Clubrooms Place" Place MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED QUESTS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre ASYLUM in color Starring Peter Cushmg, Bntt Ekiand Herbert Lorn and Patrick Magee Thursday September 13 show at 8 15pm ADULT-NOT SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre WILD IN THE SKY m color Starring Brandon deWilde and Wynn Thursday Friday and Saturday September 13 14 and 15 Thursday Show at 8 00 p m FAMILY MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre 'THEY CALL ME TRINITY' m color Starring Terence Hill and Bud Spencer Friday and Saturday, September 14 and 15 Friday show at 830 pm ADULT PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WICKED WICKED in Metrocolor Twice the .Twice the Tension' pjt> ADULT MOT TM WHIrHH tklteft CM REGISTRATIONS for FALL CLASSES will told on Mon., 17ttl p.m. Sketch Club Room; Bowmen Arts Centre Mrs Pat Holland wjll instruct Monday evenings com- mencing Sept 24th Mr John Sidorenko will instruct Thursday evenings commencing Sept 20th Evening classes held from 7 30 1o 9 30 Members Workshop, Wednesdays 7 30 9 30 p m Classes Registration Fee Full Year Half Tear Plus a membership In the club. THE ANNUAL MEETING of club will be heHJ following at p.m. Diners short of rice TORONTO (CP) A meal at a Chinese restaurant without rice' That is what may be in store for Toronto diners because proprietors of several Chinese restaurants here say they are running dangerously low in nee supplies Harry Lem, operator of one of the most popular eating es- tablishments m the Chinatown section said "I've got enough rice for the next week or so but after that, who knows what will happen'" Indian restaurants also are hard hit by the shortage After several weeks of rationing supplies, Some wholesale dealers here ran out last week and are waiting for the summer crop to arrive from the southern United States The suppliers say the short- age is the result of two years of poor crops in Southeast Asia and floods and poor weather in the southern U S which delayed planting of this year's crop The recently-ended Cana- dian rail strike also contributed to the problem Major supermarkets still have packaged rice on shelves, but say supplies are irregular The shortage has driven prices up A 32-ounce package of a brand-name rice sells for 86 cents in one major super- market chain A year ago the price was slightly more than half that amount Many unfit TORONTO (CP) Only 40 of Toronto persons tested last year for physical fitness measured up to accepted international stan- dards, the Toronto Junior Board of Trade has been told Allan Scott, a fitness direc- tor at a Toronto athletic club, said that even professional hockey players fail to meet the standards Gordon named chancellor TORONTO (CP) Walter Gordon, former federal finance minister, has been ap- pointed chancellor of York University Mr Gordon, 67, is chairman of Canadian Corporate Management Co Ltd and a specialist in getting financial- ly troubled companies out of the red Last year York went into a financial crisis that included the resignation of its president when enrolment did not meet predictions This year, enrol- ment threatens to dip again Show Times TNEATMC SCHCOULE8 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Sleuth 700 920 Last Show 9 20 No Short Subjects Adult Not smtable for children PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9 20 Trinity Is Still My Name Last Complete Show 9 20 Adult Entertainment COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 Dillmger 7 25 9 25 Last Complete Show 9 00 Restricted Adult dREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE The Godfather 8 30 One Complete Show 8 30 Gates Open 8 00 Restricted Adult COMMUNITY SEBVICEI DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHMI06E PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING md MUSEUM SCHEDULE 1 DELIVERANCE in Technicolor Starring Burt Reynolds and Jon Voight Thurs- day Friday and Saturday Septemoer 13 14 and 15 Thursday Shows at 7 00 and 9 00 p m RESTRICTED ADULT Nnnii swim lift ilf- only) 1? 00 1 00 p m Noon Swim I Swim I only) 1 00 r> 00 p m 1? no 1 00 p m Noon Swim (irtiills only) 1 00 pin r innly Swim Pi'l'l r, no R oo p m i it- Of) 3Q p m PiiUhi Swim Of) r> 10 p m PulilK Swim I nn ri 10 p.m r t 7 00 A (10 p m M skntmq 00 1 00 p rn HENDERSONS AND LIONS POOLS CLOSED f-OR THE SEASON Rough beginning Heather Thomson as Heloise and Don McManus as Fulbert >n a scene from tne opera Heloise and Abelard, which was staged by the Canadian Opera Company in Toronto !t was the world premier of the new Canadian opera Drug abuse "Country WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon has declared that because of his ad- ministration's policies "we have turned the corner on drug addiction in the United States Addressing a conference on treatment for drug abusers Tuesday, Nixon said, The numbers, the statistics, are beginning to be better The president said that there has been a reduction m drug related crime in both New York and Washington But he added that the U S hasn't solved the problem, "because we have a long way to go There is a long road after turning that Corner before we get to our goal of getting it really under control Nixon made the statements in introducing his nominee as drug enforcement ad- ministrator, John Bartels, to the White House meeting of about 250 judges, prosecutors probation officers, educators and law enforcement officials from 23 cities Bartels, who had been serv ing as acting administrator of the agency established earlier this year by a Nixon reorganization plan agreed that 'we are on the offen- sive "But the battle is not over The abuse of drugs other than heroin continues Heroin itself is not yet eliminated Numerous challenges face us he said LONGEST WORD ipdiK inihilipililication is tin- longest word in the Knglish Dutionaiv It moans the action ol es tim.itni" as Playing In The YORK HOTEL Thursday, Friday, Saturday September 13, 14, 15 Under New Management green acres drive-in LAST TIME TONIGHT "THE GODFATHER" With Marlon Brando and James Caan SHOWING TOMORROW SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MCQUEEN RESTRICTED ENTERTAINMENT 2nd FEATURE! A Nat onal General P ctures Release BATES OPEN COMPLETE SHOW 8.30 P ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount NOW SHOWING and p.m. TO WITNESS THE PERFECT CRIME YOU MUST COME ON TIME cjhtnk of the perfect cnmc go one step further. LAURENCE OLIVER MICHAEL CAINE TWENTIETH CfKTUW-IW wiS.tr> No Short Subjects Feature at and p.m. jMfi'E.UnM ad fHtwt tub Zinpnili Fto ADULT paramount TONITE THRU SAT. At p.m. DanaGhii EnzoTirocioEmilioDelle 20th AVP Mayor Magroth Or 328 6300 TONITE THRU SAT. DATES MICHELLE PHILLIPS BEN JOHNSON R CLORISLEACHMAN Color MOVlClAn M ;