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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta September THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Ex-actor, personality dies WATERBURY Conn (AP) John Warren Hull, who played the Green llomet in the movies and was master of ceremonies for the Strike It Rich television show, died here Saturday night it was reported today He was 71 Hull began his acting career R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbndge as a chorus boy in the early 1920s with Schubeit operettas and played leading roles on Broadway in The Student Prince, My Maryland and Rain or Shine before starring in the Green Hornet movie series As master of ceremonies of Strike It Rich in the early dajs of television, he was icsponsible for giving awaj thousands of dollars worth of to families whose bad luck had earned them places as contestants THURS., FRL SAT. "SOUTH COUNTRY 4" at the MINERS' 733 -13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES C ARDSTON Mayfair Theatre 'PAPILLON" m color Starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 18, 19 20, 21 Wednesday Show at 8 15 p m ADULT PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MASSACRE IN ROME' in color Starring Richard Burton Wednesday, Thursday September 18 19 Wednesday show at 8 15 p m ADULT Tom McNicol RED COACH LOUNGE RorrtiDJCTff World DC EiibfA Cmii AitSM Isnts TMT, MmiiMl, OMSK Prim Etmri mart. Hilton. OtUwi. Ttmti. ffitun Mb. OH 1st. 23 ftp. is Inr as ..........S635 CkrislMS DisnylMi. NiiliBi RBSI Bvwl Tor. Dec totem ftmBnvl TOT 26A. MM Sprints. Us Vtsis, Nb. Mi, 14 top, is tar Only 2 Expo Trips Left Oct. 10, Nov. 1 3 Departures for Hawaii Jan., Feb., March "World's Only Airline Service On The Ground" NORTHERN RUS TOURS LefhbrMoa, Alia. Ptiom 327-3538 329-4474 Also fHncher Creek Travel Centre Zoo hires security guards Beauty queen is happy mother TORONTO (CP) The Metropolitan Toronto Zoo will spend an extra each weekend this fall to hire up to bO security guards to cope with a rash of pranksters and keep people and animals separated Walter Gray, zoo develop- ment director, said extra security staff can overcome problems with people who jump moats into the rhinoceros and elephant com- pound or who attempt to hurt the animals This week, three of the zoo's six armadillos were killed along with several turtles when an unknown attacker threw them into the alligator cage Mr Gray said about 40 ex- tra security guards on Satur- days and up to 60 on Sundays will supplement the regular security staff of 15 around compounds where the animals are most exposed to visitors "We have two security problems the animals in the enclosures and keeping people he said The zoo is spending an addi- Funeral held Helen Morgan, 21, is seen above with her boyfriend Chris Clode, 26, after winning the title of Miss United Kingdom. London newspapers this week disclosed f that Helen, although unmarried, is the mother of a 15-month-old son. The beauty lOF publisher contest rules out married women contestants but there are no clauses banning motherhood. Helen will keep the title. New Yorker tops piano competition TEL AVIV (AP) Emanuel Ax 25, of New York nas won the first Arthur Rubinstein international piano competition prize of Rubinstein was one of the judges and gave Ax a bear hug after the winners were an- nounced here Canadian Janina Fialkowska 23 and Austrian Seta Tranyel shared third place American Eugen Ind- pc was second FREE CONCERT INDIANAPOLIS, Ind (AP) Six hundred soldiers at Fort Benjamin Harrison attended a Glen Campbell concert open- ing the city s new downtown arena here thanks to an anonymous donor Ted Holhngsworth, a spokesman for the new In- dianapolis Market Square Arena said a man walked in. placed m cash on the table and said he wanted it to tickets for the soldiers FINED CALGARY (CP) Two members of a United States rock music group, the Iron Former hooker on TV panel TORONTO (CP) Xaviera Hollander, author and former prostitute, has been signed as a panelist on a new CITY-TV Wednesday night show. Beau- ty and the Beast. She will join Bob Guccione. publisher of Penthouse and Viva sex-onented magazines, and Toronto housewife Sue Becker on the show with one additional woman each week The panel will consider how to solve problems sent in by viewers with standpoints of Mr Guccione as the male chauvinist. Mrs Becker as the housewife and Miss Hollander as the liberated woman Miss Hollander has been un- der threat of deportation ever since she admitted to an immigration officer she had been a prostitute Butterfly were fined each in provincial court for possession of marijuana Enck Keith Braunn, 24, of Encmo Calif, and Ronald Edgar Bushy. 32 of Northnde, Calif were arrested at Calgary Inter- national Airport last weekend when the group arrived from Spokane, Wash The marijuana was seized bv customs officials The group came to Canada for performances in Saska- toon and Calgary FOUND DEAD LONDON (AP) Luis Osmer Meza, founder and leader of the Los Paraguayos Latin American band, was found dead in bed at a London hotel Scotland Yard reported today Meza, better known by his stage name of Luis Alberto de Parana, was 46 "There is no suspicion of foul a police spokesman said The Paraguayan bandleader was staying at the Pembndge Court Hotel in London's Netting Hill district Scotland Yard said he was in this country to arrange a tour of Bntam bv his musicians later this year Band leader in hospital NEW YORK (AP) Jazz great Lionel Hampton was reported in good condition in the intensive care unit at Mount Sinai Hospital today A hospital spokesman said Hampton was admitted last Thursday suffering from massive internal bleeding TRAIL B C (CP) Funeral services were held here Tuesday for retired new- spaper publisher William Alexander (Bill) Curran, 81 who died in hospital Friday Mr Curran resigned as chairman of the board and publisher of the Trail Times in 1973 He was publisher of the newspaper for 53 years and changed the Daily's name from the Daily Bulletin when he first joined the paper Mr Curran was grand master of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia from 1953 to 1954 He also served six years as an alderman in Trail B.P.O. ELKS 46th Annual CARNIVAL Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20th 21st ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Lethbridge Tickets each GRAND PRIZE CASH 2nd PRIZI CASH All Proceeds to Lethbndge Elks Chanties' Commencing each night at p.m. Free Admission into Carnival' WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION "THE METROS" Members and Invited Guests Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Subiecli 7 00 S 20 TERMINAL MAN 7 15 9 40 tAST COMPLETE SHOW S20 MOU1 T ENTERTAIMMENTl) PARAMOUNT CINEMA 7 15 9 -80 NOT NOW DARLING 7 40 9 45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 7 40 1RESTWCTEO ADULT) COLLEGE CINEMA Sbctl Subjecls 7 00 OlflTY MARY LARRY 725 1 AST COMPLETE SM0W 9TO