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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, September 14, 1972 LETHBKIDGI HERALD 1 Film censor board out WINNIPEG (CP) Changes to Manitoba's Amusements I Act, replacing film censorship with a classification system, are to come into effect Oct. 1G. The provincial cabinet, which announced the dale, has yet to name members of the classifi- cation board that will replace the film censor board. Under the new law, the clas- sification board will be unable to specify that no one under the age of 1G be admitted to cer- tain films. The new board won't have power to actually tamper with film. The board will he able to regulate the advertising of films. Penalties for theatre owners who allow minors to view re- stricted films ore stiffer under the new law. The Lethbridge Registered Music Teacher's Association Presents Pianisf Jeffrey Caiman Winner of the 1972 Young Artists Seriej Concert Tour sponsored by the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers' Associations FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1972 P.M. YATES CENTRE ADULT S2.00 STUDENT Sl.OO Tickets at Leister's and available at Iho door Friday evening CBC tapes special version TORONTO (CP) The CBC announced Wednesday that it will tape a special television version of the National Ballet of Canada's production of The Sleeping Beauty Oct. 22-24. The ballet then will bo tele- cast nationally on CBC at a date still to be announced. The television version will In- clude some new chroreography by Rudolf Nureyev, who also will dance the leading role as the prince. Taping will be at Toronto's O'Keefe Centre. The National Ballet's Vero- nica Tennant will dance the role of Princess Aurora. Cclia Franca, artistic director of the National Ballet, mil be seen in the role of Carabosse, the Wicked Fairy. GET TOGETHER WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Week September 11 September 17 You are cordially invited to attend the following 1. ETHNO-CUUURAL EXHIBITION (Everyday September 11-36) 2. LECTURES 3. ETHNO-CULURAL FOLK SONG AND DANCE FESTIVAL Sunday, September 17 2-4 P.M. GET TOGETHER WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE FRIDAY and SATURDAY MINER'S 733- 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY SOUTHERN ALBER CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Wall Disney's "THE BISCUIT EATER" In Technicolor. Starring Earl Holliman, Patricia Crowley and Godfrey Cambridge. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 14, 15 and 1C. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SOMETHING BIG" In color. Starring Dean Mavtin. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September H, 15 and 1G. Thursday slww at p.m. Adult PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "TlfE GODFATHER" In Technicolor. Starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacir.o and James Cann. Thursday thru Tuesday, September 14 lo 19. Thursday one show only at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "KOTCH" In color. Starring Walter Malthau and Jack Lemnion. Thursday and Friday, Seplembcr 14 and 15. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Fuzz" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "What Do You Say lo a Naked Lady" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Prime Cut" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "McMasters" "Chrome and Hot Leather" I One Complete Show Howard Hughes has been Managua, Central American capital for the past three weeks, U.S. embassy spokesman said. The reason for his visit is unknown. A Nicaraguan government announcement said only that Hughes had accepted an invita- tion by ex-president Anastacio Somoza to revisit Nicaragua. Hughes was in Managua i n March. Hughes apparently has re- mained on the seventh floor ot the Intercontinental Hotel. Guards were stationed on the floor to prevent intruders. After his Nicaraguan visit in March, Hughes moved to Van- couver where he stayed hidden in a hotel until leaving again for Nicaragua three weeks ago. If the Liberals are returned to power in the Oct. 30 election, the federal Local Initiatives program will be mado perma- nent by Dec. 1, Manpower Min- ister Bryce Mackasey said hi Montreal. He made the statement at a Liberal nominating convention in the riding of St. Henri. The federal job incentive pro- gram was brought in on n tem- porary basis to fight unemploy- ment last winter. President of Chrysler Canada Ltd., Ron Todgham, says it doesn't make much difference to the Canadian auto industry who wins the Oct. 30 federal election. Mr. Todgham said in Winni- peg he feels the auto industry has been able to work and get along with both Conservative and Liberal governments in Ot- tawa in the past, and "we've "ROBERTS and AKAI'' Professional Tape Recorders and Stereo Components Available at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. 327-4979 How can you bring out the best in yourself? Come to this Christian Science Lecture "ARE YOU MVING IN THE by JOSEPHINE H. CARVER, C.S.B., of Boslon, Massachusetts Alan Watson School Auditorium 6th Avenue and Mayor Magralh Drive, Lelhbridga Friday, September 15 p.m. HOWARD HUGHES gets around been able to get along with the NDP in some provinces." Mr. Todgham said the NDP seems to be giving "reasonably good" government in Manito- ba and Saskatchewan where holds power. An NDP govern ment was elected recently in British Columbia. Recent statements by Prime Minister Trudeau on the future of Quebec are signs of the eni of a regime, says Rene Leves- que, leader of the Parti Quebe- cois. Speaking at the second three meetings called to nomi nate a PQ candidate for th Oct. 11 provincial byelection in Duplessis riding, Mr. Levesqu said that Mr. Trudeau's re- marks on a Montreal open-lin radio program were "insipid flippant and likely to incite." "Talk of Quebec's break up indicates the last, and lowest ai tack by the end of a he said. Mr. Trudeau told a caller o the open-line program that th error committed by many pie, especially separatists, that they believe that Canadian territory can be violated but no Quebec's territory. "If Canad can break up, Quebec can als break he said. LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CIUBROQMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! NEW OBSERVATORY BEIRUT (AP) Iraq is pla: ning the first astronomical o servatory in its part of the E ph'rates Valley since the anciei city of Babylon was said have built the world's fir J2741M NOW SHOWING AT and P.M. STRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING AT and P.M. LEE MARVIN ft GENEHAGKMAN Academy Award Winner "PRIME CUT PANAVISJON'-TSCKNICOVOFI1 NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. 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