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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 17, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD 7 OWI, AND PUSSYCATS HAMSGATE, England (CP) The four-member Whiltaker family, who flew to England from South Africa six months ago, lias decided to go home the hard way. With children nged 1C and 11, the Whillakcrs will make their way aboard a con- verted 1898 lifeboat. They hope to reach Capetown by Christ- mas. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" In color. Starring Rosanua Poderta and Phillip Leroy. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 17, 18 and 19. Thursday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE" In color. Star- ing Robert Bedford, Katharine Ross and Susan Clark. Friday and Saturday, September 18 and 19. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LAND RAIDERS" In Technicolor. Starring Terry Savalas. George Maharis and Arlene Dalil. Thursday, September 17 show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre color. Stasring Jack Lem- mon and Sandy Dennis. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 17, 18 and 19. Thursday shows at and p.m. Family. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie Rock Music Spokesmen Rap Remarks By Agnew NEW YORK (AP) Rock music spokesmen reject both the tune and the lyrics of Vicc-President Spiro Agnew's claim that some songwriters and filmmakers encourage drug use. They say he's too far out of it to dig the differ- ence. In a speech to Republicans in Las Vegas, Nev., Monday night, Agnew said American youths were being "brain- washed" into a "drug cul- ture" by rock music, books, films and undreground news- papers. He added that many rock songs present ths use of drugs in "such an attractive light, that for the impression- able turning on becomes the natural and even the ap- proved thing to do." Some rock V roll authori- ties said some of the song ti- tles Agnew referred to were either ancient history to to- day's young people or not nec- essarily about drugs. Others said Agnew failed to distin- guish between marijuana and LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. SOCIAL EVENING FRIDAY, SEPT. 18th-8.30 p.m. Music by the "MINT JULEPS" COVER CHARGE MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS The "COPASETIC MAGEFUS" will be playing at the Labor Club Saturday Evening. other drugs, an important dis- tinction to the younger gener- ation. Of the songs that do refer to drugs, "The history of popular music is a reflection of what people are already said Ben Fong-Torres, associate editor of Rolling Slone, a rock magazine. Agnew quoted a line from a Beatles' 1967 song, "1 got lu'gli with a little help from my friends." "It's a catchy tune, but until it was pointed out to me, I never realized that the 'friends' were assorted said Agnew. HE'S CURIOUS Allen Klein, president of ABKCO Industries, manage- ment firm for the Beatles, said. "I would like to know what he bases his assumption on." Another song Agnew men- New Project For Polymer SARNIA, Ont. (CP) Poly- mer Corp. Ltd. of Sarnia has formed a joint venture with In- ternational Paper Co. of New York to manufacture and mar- ket polystyrene food packaging products, it was announced. The products will be manufac- tured by Polymer, which produces synthetic rubber and plastics. International Paper will be responsible for market- ing. The two companies said de- velopment of the product will begin immediately at a joint fa- cility in Preston, Ont. PHILIPS COLOR TV RADIO t TV 3 302 13th St. N. FULL FLAVOUR you con redly enjoy Honed was Eight Miles High, by the Bynis. Ed Tickncr, the group's manager, said. "A lot of hul- labaloo was raised over the song, but if you listen to the lyrics, you'll soe the song is about the group's first trip to England as rock 'n' roll stars. There isn't even any subtlety in that song advocating lira use of drugs. Eight miles high refers to how high the air- plane flies. "Docs Smoke Gets in Your Eyes advocate the use of to- bacco? That's how silly it could get." Some complained that Agnew didn't recognize that rock groups have produced strong anti-hard drugs songs. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Too Late the Hero" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Getting Straight" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Let It Be" "Last Escape" Last Complete Show "Mosquito Squadron" One More Time" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid" One Complete Show Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TOMORROW, FRIDAY NIGHT "CRYSEL SUL" 9 p.m. to a.m. ADMSSION Glen'i DEN South Side Entrance) Refreshment! and Food Available! PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Sat., September 19th Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Sun., September 20th Public Skating p.m. NOTE: The Parks and Recreation Department, City of Uth- brtdge also the revised (1970.71) rates for admission to the City Ice Centres for Public Skating (a) Regular Admission-Children 20c Students 30c Adults 60c (b) Sheets of 28 1 ticket admits 1 child 1 tickets admit 1 student 4 tickets admit 1 adult These rates will be effective Saturday, Septem- ber 9, 1970 at all City of Leihbridge Ice Centres. CALLING ALL KIDDIES All Cartoon and Comedy Show Saturday Matinee Only Doors Open Show At p.m. 3 STOOGES COMEDIES PLUS YOUR FAVORITE CARTOONS 2 Hours Of Entertainment 1 Complete Show Only At p.m. One Price For All Seats Moms Dads Kids Anyone, 50c FABULOUS TONY WHITE TRIO COLUMBIA RECORDING ARTISTS Playing At The YORK HOTEL One Week September 21 Thru 26 COUEGEMflll TONIGHT thru SAT. Beatles at j SECOND FEATURE j OAKMONTPRODUCTIONS presents SuULUHDyueuixe UmtadArtislB THIS FEATURE ot p.m. only I I TONIGHT thru SAT. MATINEE AT P.M. EVENING AT AND P.M. j% 'A war movie that will keep you on edjB st from start tn Wolf, Cue Magazine ABC Picluni Core. In wild Palmar PitlurM twcnll Michael Caine ass Cliff Robertson HHUHt 71.00 n lire ill REEN IN UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT, FRI. and SAT. BUTCH CASSlby AND THE SUNDANCE KID Not that it matlat.lxjt most of It Is true. I GEOESE HiU.PJtll M.'fiSS PBODUCM (Marring SIROIHER MARTIU JEFF COREY HBW JONES ANEwiuH-ForaunncnttiiiDii COLOR BY DELUXE GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. HIT NO. 2 'CHE1 IN COLOR JACK PAIANCE OMAR SHARIF ENDS TONIGHT: 'GETTING STRAIGHT with ELLIOT GOULD Q 'The cast and the lines remain brilliantly K bitchy and 2 "Another breakthrough In the em name of artistic freedom." Jim Bttiif, Toronto Sttr MartCrowley's THE EOS 1FIHIE BIND" Jj not A musical. Pi fjl fiooucoi Dbrriicl: dfd Robert JtiS Iffft? h {San SSi AGawCcniaFtaftesenaion jhe jn may he offensive to some people. 2 Shows p.m. Manager THE CABLING BREWERIES (AlBERTA) LIMITED J STARTS TOMORROW d ;