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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, 16, 1971 THE LETHMIDOE HERALD 7 favors reduction has hit record GEOKGE HAnniSON LONDON (AP) BcaUe George Harrison's My Sweet Lord was voted best single record of the year Wednesday in both the international and British sections of the Melody Maker poll. The Melody Maker Is Brit- ain's largest-circulation music paper. It said readers taking part in the poll ranged from or- dinary fans to music business executives. For the first time since they rocketed to global fame in 1963, the Beatles as a group failed to win a place in the listings. Harrison, Paul McCartney and RJngo Starr chalked up in- dividual successes, but John Lennon. once widely regarded as the lop Beatle, did not rate a Tops Melody Maker poll mention in any section. DON'T MISS THE PATH ELLEN DUO VOCALS AND COMEDY Sept. 13th thru 18th At The Friendly DALLAS TAVERN "Try Our Fully Licemed New Prtmiies" SEE OUR NEW ENTERTAINMENT NEXT WEEK) SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "A MAN CALLED SLEDGE" In Technicolor. Starring James Garner. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Septem- ber 16, 17 and 18. Thursday show starts at 8-15 p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's "THE COMPUTOR WORE TENNIS SHOES" In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russell. Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday, September 16, 17 and 18. Thursday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "LOVE STORY" In color. Starring All MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal. The year's no. 1 best seller. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 16, 17, ID, 20, 21 and 22. Thursday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children TABER Sky Vue Drive-In Thursday is Bargain Night per car. On the Screen. "DUEL AT DIABLO" In color. Starring Sidney Poitier. Thursday, September 16. Show starts at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE HAWAIIANS" In color. Starring Charllon Heston and Geraldine Chaplin. Thursday and Friday, Septem- ber 16 and 17. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. Harrison's All Things Must Pass, a triple-record album, won fourth place in the album- oi-the-year British section, and sixth place in the international section. Starr rated fourth place in the drummer of the vear cat- egory. Emerson, Oake and Palmer, who last year were voted Brit- ain's brightest hope before they had even played a note together in public, displaced Led Zeppe- lin as Britain's top group. Their second album. Tarkus, was voted British album of the year. BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) A requiem mass for ac- Iress Pier Angeli was attended by 200 persons, including her ex-husband Vic Damone. Singer Damone, who was married to Miss Angeli from 1954 to 1958, attended the serv- ice Tuesday with their son, Perry, 16. The actress died last Friday of an apparent overdose of bar- biturates. Her body was flown to Paris for burial. She was 39. Kirk Douglas, Delia Reese, Liza Minnelli and Miss Angeli's twin sister, Marisa Pavan, were among those at the service. Detectives hunt for spy ring HAVANT, England (AP) A special squad of top detectives was reported today hunting s spy ring believed to be operat- ing at secret military and naval bases in Southern England. Chief Inspector John Chilcott, leading the investigation from police headquarters at this town near the Portsmouth na- val complex, told reporters: "A special team has been formed to make extensive inquiries into matters of national security." The squad is made up of de- tectives from four county po- lice forces and Scotland Yard's Special Branch. No details of the suspected espionage network were re- leased, but police sources said the investigation would cover several secret military and na- val establishments along the south coast. idea copied in its rapeseed tariffs by TORONTO Japan fa- HIGHEST POPULATION The highest populated slate In Australia is New South Wales. SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) Se- attle's No. 1 tourist attraction, the 007-foot Space Needle, has been copied from San Antonio to Calgary. But manager George Johnson doesn't mind. "We love he says. "It's a sign of success." S'ince its construction for the Seattle World's Fair nine years ago, the Space Needle has drawn millions of visitors, in- cluding the Shah of Iran and Prince Philip of Britain. It has been a favorite spot for publicity seekers, and Johnson says he remembers only too well the time a group of Chinese hung a 200-foot long string of firecrackers down the side of the needle to celebrate the Chinese New Year. "We were cleaning up for two weeks Johnson re- called Tuesday. WEDDINGS TAKE PLACE At least six weddings and "hundreds" of engagements have taken place in the restaur- ant-lounge atop the needle. The restaurant-lounge, which seats 280, revolves once an hour on a ballbearing track driven by a one-horsepower motor, smaller than the motor in most home vacuum cleaners One clear days, the restaurant offers a spectacular view of Puget Sound, the Cascade and Olympic mountains and the en- tire city. The tower is anc- hored 30 feet below the ground surface in tons of concrete. Three special glass front ele- vators carry 30 to 35 passengers up the centre of the needle at 800 feet a minute. vors reduction of Us tariffs on Canadian rapeseed and United States soybeans and the Japa- nese government ensure Hie tariffs are changed to the satis- faction of the Canadian and U.S. Yurko makes plea to Nixon EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta's new environment minister has appealed to President Nix- on to cancel the proposed nu- clear explosion on Amchitka Island near Alaska. "As this nuclear blast will have global reverberations and ultimately affect the evolution of civilization itself, we ask that you reflect deeply and sin- cerely upon the need for such experiment a t i o said Bill Yurko in a telegram. Mr. Yurko, sworn in with the new Progressive Conservative government last Friday, said the test would be "a serious deterrent to the early ration- alization of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes on a world- wide basis." YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV If C RADIO AND TV 9 302 i3th ST. INSTANT HOUSING INDUSTRIES 2122 16th AVE., N.E., CALGARY 62, ALBERTA IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE APPOINTMENT OF SIDORSKY'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. 542 13th ST. N. BLOCKS NORTH OF CENTRE VILLAGE AS THE EXCLUSIVE LETHBRIDGE DEALER FOR Brentwood and Emperor MOBILE HOMES Congratulations on your Grand Opening Japan has agreed to provide Canada with projections of the amounts of agricultural prod- ucts that would be imported from Canada although it was not prepared lo enter into any long-term contracts for Cana- antEe that japan amounts projected. The projections would be o great use to the government in giving farmers advice on long term production trends, he said Knickers! LONDON (CP) ITV, a com mercial network, has agreed t broadcast a rude hit recon banned by the BBC. The disc Leap up and down, Wave you Knickers in the Air, goes out on one of the St. Cecilia pop group cannot ap pear jumping up and down wav ing their knickers in the air. governments, Japanese Foreign dian products or even to guar- ininisler Takeo Fukuda said here. He said at the conclusion of (he sixth Canada-Japan minis- terial meeting that any changes in the tariffs would have to go through two steps. First, they would have to be presented to the Japanese tariff council. If the council approves the reductions they would then have to be passed hy the Japa- nese Diet. Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson expressed satisfaction with the Japanese position but said in an interview that the Japanese government is not in a position to guarantee passage of the changes through the Diet "just as the Canadian govern- ment can never guarantee pas- sage through Parliament" Mr, Olson also said that Japan is very interested in the use of rapeseed meal, the part of the seed that is left after the oil has been extracted. Rapeseed meal has recently been shown to be of as high quality for livestock production as soybean oil. Japan is placing increased emphasis on livestock production and this will mean stronger markets for rapeseed meal. In addition, a rapeseed pro- duction in Japan is declining, meaning the crop is politically less sensitive than it once Pressure from Japanese rape- seed producers in the past has been partially responsible for a higher tariff on rapeseed than on soybeans which are not pro- duced there. Mr. Olson also said that Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Joe" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Murphy's War" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CIN'EMA Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRFVE-iN Plane Raid" "Barquero" One Complete Show CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. gnd 13lh ST. N. ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "Anything Goes" Members and Invited Guestsi COLLEGE CINEMA Just a person who protects children and other living things POSITIVELY ENDS TONIGHT eiuy. RESTRICTED ADULT PHONE 71100 REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN LAST TIME TONIGHT 'BARQUERO' IN COtOR LEE VAN CLEEF FORREST TUCKER '1000 PLANE RAID' IN COtOR CHRISTOPHER GEORGE LORRAINE PETERS STARTING THURSDAY NOVEL OFTHEVEAR-NOff A MOTION PICTUIE! Colej or p.m. Show at p.m. ADULT BURT LANCASTER-DEAN MARTIN JEANSEBERG JACQUELINE BISSET GEORGE KENNEDY HELEN HAYES VAN HEFLIN MAUREEN STAPLETON BARRY NELSON LLOYD NOLAN AUNIVERSAlHCroRE'TtCHKICOlOR' HIT 'Two Mules for Sister Sara' NO. 2 A IN COLOR CUNT EASTWOOD SHIRLEY MacLAINl Tonight thru Sat. at 7.15 and p.m. WwJd War Two just ending. World War Murphy is about to begin. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Paramoun] Pictures Presents CTTOOLE 'MURPHY5 WAR' NEXT "THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS" MRAMOUNT flih AVE ft BUi ST 3275100 NOW SHOWING al and p.m. .Evorybodfs taking about. RESTRICTED ADULT 'JOE' PULLS NO PUNCHES. IT'S NEVER BEEN SERVED UP ON FILM THIS HOT1" -Aidwr Winston, N.Y. POST "MUST SURELY RANK IN IMPACT WITH 'BONNIE AND CLYDE'l" -TIME, JULV NOTE Portions of Dialogue may objectionable! COLOR WE CELEBRATE COLLEGE MALL'S 3rd ANNIVERSARY WITH A SPECIAL CHILDREN'S SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE DOORS OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. ON THE SCREEN "A LAD, A DOG" IN TECHNICOLOR plus ROAD RUNNER vs SPEEDY GONZALES 40 WINS OF YOUR FAVORITE CARTOONS FREE DRAW FOR ONE CHILD'S PASS GOOD FOR ONE YEAR All Seats This Show Only COLLEGE STARTS TOMORROW JULES VERNE 2SHOWS ond p.m. TOOK'VOUTO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA! THE CENTEROFTHE EARTH! THE CRATERS OFTHE MOON! ANDNOWTOTHE LIGHT ATTHE EDGE OFTHEWORID! in Technicolor KIRK DOUGLAS ADULT YULBRVNNER NOT SUITABLE SAMAHTHA EGGAR FOR ;