Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Beatle star starts furniture shop RtNGO STARR LONDON (AP) Beatle Ringo Starr has gone into the furniture business. In collaboration with designer Robin Cruickshank and the Brit ish Steel Corp., the musician displayed his wares Monday be fore a buying public confined to those with money. The prices at the exhibition al London's fehiunable Liberty's department store ranged frorr for chromium plated weights to for a coffee ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS lOlh GAME BONUS JACKPOT 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AttOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ElKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, SEPT. 16-HIGHWAY 4 SOUTH FRIDAY, SEPT. 17-METROS SATURDAY, SEPT. 18-CLIFFS COMBO SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HOW DO I LOVE THEE'' In color. Starring Jackie Gleason, Maureen O'llara and Shelley Winters. Wednes- day, Seplembpr 15. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitr able for Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THERE'S A GIRL IN MY SOUP" In Technicolor. Starring Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn. Wednesday, September 15. Show al p.m. Restricted Adult (No One Under 18 PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE DESERTER" In Technicolor. Starring Richard Crenna, Chuck. Connors and Ricardo Montalban. Wed- nesday, September 15. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre "THE HAWAIIAN'S" color. Starring Charlton Heston, Geraldme Chaplin. J. A. Mitchener's, epic novel of Ha- waii. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, September 15, 16 and 17. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Adult. Grand Re-Opening SEPTEMBER SPECIAL! GROUP INTRODUCTION to DANCE PROGRAM YesI Now you can learn the dances you've always wanted ra but couldn't by the month. SEPTEMBER SPECIAL! t.OO ONLY 10 PER PERSON Expert instruction in all ballroom dances) Weekly classes in our air-conditioned ballrooml Latest professional leaching methodsl Guaranteed certified instruction! Plenty of free parking! Learn ihe waltz ,fox trot, polka or tatinsl Hours: 10 a.m.-lO p.m. Mon.-Fri. Sat. 1-6 p.m.! Hove o happier dancing! Put some Life in your Lifel Become the NEW YOU Enroll Today! Phone 327-1442 No. 201-535 13lh St. N. lethbridge, Alberta OFFER EXPIRES SEPT. 30tli table supported by two Holls- Royce auto radiators. The show is described as "lunar futuristic" and Ringo has promised electronic music to match. Broadcasting leaque fears CRTC surrendering its long-time policy Ellington received a tem- pestuous welcome from jazz fans Monday during his first performance in Russia. The crowd stormed the aisles and demanded .nine encores .it the end of the performance, the first in a lour which will take him to Minsk, Kiev, Rostov on Don and Moscow. The Duke and his band per- formed on the stage of Lenin- grad's big modern October con- cert hall. Alexei Batashov, chairman of the Moscow Jazz Club, said the concert "was the dominant event in Leningrad musical life of the last few years." Ellington performed 45 min- utes of encores ending up the Ihree-hour concert with Take the A Train, the number which went down best of all. OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Broadcasting League says it fears the Canadian Eadio-Tel- evision Commission is surren- dering the long-time policy of ensuring that Canadian pro- grams have a proper share of broadcasting in Canada. The league says in a brief to Uie commission the new policy on cable television could lead to a larger proportion of Canadian view-el's watching U.S. television network programs. The brief was commenting on the CRTC's July 16 policy state- ment on cable TV which was designed lo strengthen -Cana- HOLLYWOOD Borgnine's fourth wife sued Monday for divorce from the 54-year-old Oscar-winning actor. Donna Anna Borgnine, 38, asked in Superior Court for divi- lion of community property and support for their chil- dren. Christopher, 5, and Shar- on. 6. They were married in Borgnine won an Academy Award as the title character in Jie film Marty. His first wife, Rhoda, di- vorced him in 1959. He was married later to two actresses, Katy Jurado and Ethel Mer- man. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic National Store Bltfg. Ph. 327-7244 Projectionists won't run films VANCOUVER (CP Pro- jectionists in some 70 British Columbia theatres will not run movies alter Oct. 8 that are classified as restricted by B.C. Film Director Ray McDonald. In a letter to theatres em- ployjDg members of th B.C. Projectionists Union made pub- lic t o d a y, Secretary II. K. Gil- bert said members are con- cerned they might be charged with participating in an ob- scene performance. letter said that because of a change in the Motion Pic- ture Act, which made Mr. Mo Donald classifier of motion pic- tures and not ceasor, there is no protection for theatre em- ployees from prosecution under the Criminal Code. The letter stated that "the Criminal Code must be chang- ed to exclude from prosecution Name new GM for AHPMB EDMONTON (CP) H. Bruce Jeffrey of Edmonton has been appointed general manag- er of the Alberta Hog Produc- ers Marketing Board, it was an- nounced today. Mr. Jeffrey, who succeeds 0. A. Anderson, formerly was sup- ervisor of artificial insemina- tion with the provincial agricul- ture department. those regular employees of a theatre who have no financial interests in the theatre other than normal wages." It continues: "Since no em- ployee may be required to per- form any illegal act, or any act which might be construed as being illegal, this is not a breach of contract." Of 36 Odeon and Famous Players Theatres in Vancouver employing union projectionists, 11 are currently showing re- stricted films. New futures market to be opened NEW YORK (AP) The New York Mercantile Exchange says it will open the world's first fu- tures trading in imported frozen boneless beef Wednesday. The exchange said the con- tract unit would be pounds and listed months of the opening will be March, May and July, 1972. Delivery will be in exchange approved warehouses in New York and Philadelphia, the market said. The meat involved in the trad- ing will originate in Australia, Canada, Ireland, and New Zea- land, the exchange said. In the Centre of Things N FRI., SEPT. 17 BEAVER ROOM 'MOONGLOWS' WED., SEPT. 15 VIMY LOUNGE 'CAMEOS' SAT., SEPT. 18th VIMY LOUNGE 'SUNSET 4' Royal Canadian Legion I GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS !sr AVENUE AND 9lh ST. S. SAT., SEPT. 18 BEAVER ROOM 'NIGHTRIDERS' 722 23 Street North I A UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT PICK A PRICE SHAKE FREE TO 29c 35c SUNDAES NOW ONLY 24c 55c HAMBURGERS ONLY 39c FREE COFFEE and DONUTS 2 4 THURSDAY and FRIDAY Phone 328-4858 Manager, ADA SAWCHUK dian program production. The1 eague represents farm and labor groups, women's assocui- -ions. consumer organizations, religious and academic groups and individuals. The brief says a CRTC rr.ovc !o unlimited microwave relay of distant television sig- nals means Die commission is icensing cable systems lo carry J.S. television stations. The July statement of Uie ;RTC says cable systems will allowed to carry distant sta- ions by microwave. It adds hat "the number of distant sta- tions received by these methods will generally be limited be- cause of the high costs involved and the economics of each cable elevision system." VOULD BE LIMITED The CHTC also said the num- ter of U.S. stations which could te carried by microwave would generally be limited to three. Tha league suggests this per- mission to carry U.S. signals in effect creates a network be- .ween the cable system and the U.S. television rtation it is carrying. The brief asks whether this is B-Jthin llie powers of the CRTC. It says this policy could have a profound impact on Canadian audiences and competition be- tween cable systems and Cana- dian broadcasting stations. It suggests the policy could go far towards roping Canadian viewers into the U.S. television market, The league urges that there be a national entertainment and cultural policy promoting Cana- dian programs to compete with U.S. shows. It suggests this should be financed by public unds. rVidnoidcy, September IS, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKALD 7 Shot dead MADRID, Spain ,'AH) _ One man was shot dead Monday as on estimated construction workers went on strike to de- mand higher pay, police re- ported. They said the man was shot while distributing "subver- sive" propaganda in the village of Lcgancs. ,PHOUE 71100 HDIUE-III REEN ACRES DKIVC-IN lUNCTIOfl OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTIS TONIGHT and THURSDAY "BarqueroT ADULT An Aubrey Schenck Production COLOR by DeLuxe1 Unrfod Artists LEE VAN CLEEF AND FORREST TUCKER HIT PLANE RAID'ccZ NO. 2 0 Christopher George-lohrnine Pclen GATES OPEN P.M.-SHOW STARTS P.M. MEAT CUT ABBOTS LANGLEY, England CP) Paul Kingston, who ook over his father's butcher- ng business in Hertfordshire, is a meat carver with a difference is a vegetarian. "I saw a religious vision in which I was .old to make a he re- called. Before the change Kings- nn, 35, ate more than three winds of steak a week. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Joe" 8.--M Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Shaft" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Billy Jack' Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Plane Baid" "Barquero" One Complete Show NOW SHOWING ol and p.m. .everybody's about... RESTRICTED ADUtT 'JOE'PUILS NO PUNCHES. IT'S NEVER BEEN SERVED UP ON FILM THIS HOTI" -Archer Winston, N, I. POSr "MUST SURELY RANK IN IMPACT WITH 'BONNIE AND CLYDH" -TIME, JULY NOTE Portions of the Dialogue may be COLOR Tonite and Thurs. at and p.m. POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS Just a person who protects children and other living things BILLY I SmJOM lAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR RESTRICTED ADULT STARTS at and p.m. World War Two was just ending. World War Murphy is about to begin. Adult Not Suitable For Children PETER O'TOGLE MURPHY5 WAR" SIAN PHILLIPS PHILIPPE NOIRET, Ends Toniaht "SHAFT" in Color with Moses Gunn MUSIC LESSONS PHONE 327-7524 ACCORDION GUITAR ORGAN PIANO DRUMS PRUEGGERS ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. s s WE SUPPLY THE INSTRUMENTS FOR HOME PRACTISE DURING OUR "BEGINNERS TRIAL COURSES" PRUEGGERS ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD.