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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta News Shorts From The Entertainment World Saturday, September 19, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 NEW YORK (Reuters) Ac- trcss Grctn Garbo marks bur Iho seclusion she has craved since retiring from the screen 65th birthday today, mapped in nearly 30 years ago. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "FIVE MAN ARMY" In color. Starring Pelcr Graves and James Daly. Saturday, September 19. Shows at 7.00 and 9.00 p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" In color. Starring Rosanna Podesta and Phillip Lcroy. Satrrday, September 19 shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE" In color. Star- ing Robert Bedford, Katharine Ross and Robert Blake. Saturday, September 19 show at p.m. Adult. "ICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "THE HORSE IN THE GREY FLANNEL SUIT" In Tecnnicolor. Starring Dean Jones. Saturday and Sunday, September 19 and 20. Shows each night at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre TIME FOR GIVING" color. Starring David Jan- sen, Kim Darby and Carl Reiner. Saturday, September 19 shows at and p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE-OUT-OF-TOWNEHS" In color. Lemmon and Sandy Dennis. Saturday, shows at and p.m. Family. Starring Jack September 10 Gef more out flf liFe Take Ihs family fo a movie Even her whereabouts remain uncertain. She has lived alone for many years in an apartment overlooking the East River but frequently spends the autumn in the Swiss Alps. Reports atl.iibuied lo her small circle of loyal friends say the Swedish-born actress retains the icy beauty which dazzled movie-goers in the 1930s. In such films as Queen Chris- tina, Anna Karenina, Camille and Ninotchka, she built a repu- tation as the first lady of the screen. Then in after com- pleting Two Faced Woman shs abruptly went into retirement at the age of 36. She once denied to a frienn1 that she had ever uttered the widely quoted phrase, "I want to be alone." "I only said, 'I want to be let alone" she explained. FED UP WITH U.S. NEW YORK (AP) Humor- ist S. J. Perelman, GG, best known for tiis sardonic com- mentary on the American scene, says he will move to Lon- den next monlh permanently. Calling England "a far more rational society than our Perelman said: "Today, tlw news in tills country is so filled DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACiv Cerlified Denial Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-724-T Lethbridge EATING'S GREAT AT EL RANCHO! SUNDAY BRUNCH Sunday Buffet SERVED 11 A.M. ta 2 P.M. Cholca of luica Hoi cakes. Ham, Sausages or Bacon and beverage. Junior Under 12 Adulti 1.35 DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. EVERY WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FEATURING: Our famous Smorgasbord ONLY Book Your Christmas Party Now To Avoid Disappointment! Served in the Dining Room 4 to 8 p.m. FEATURING: Prime Ribs cf Alberta Beef, Famous Hot Dishes, Jellied Salads, Rel- ishes and many ether tasle treats to delight your palate. DELICIOUS Mayor Magrath Drive S. Phone 327-5701 ELKS CAR Pictured above is George Williams, Exalled Ruler of the Lethbridgs Elks Lodge No. 37, presenting the keys of the new 1970 Chevrolet Impala 2-door hardtop to the winner at the recent Elks Hans Procee, Leth- bridge. Ticket No. 1832. The Ladies of the Royal Purple transistor radio draw went to Adelains Bosch, Box 13, Coutts, Alberta, Ticket No. 29466. The Lethbridge Elks Lodge No. 37 would like to THANK oil persons who participated in this year's Carnival and Car Raffle. Each year Ihe lodge donates thousands of dollars lo local charities and the Carnival and Car raffle is our main drive. Listed befow is a summary of the money donated by the Lelhbridge Elks Lodge No. 37 in 1969. Elks Charities donated to the following: Lefhbridge and Dial. Assoc. For Relarded Children 5 250.00 Canadian Cancer Society Alberla Heart Foundation Easier Seal Fund Optimisl Club Lethbridge Collegiole (1 student to Banff) Viclorian Order of Nurses ____ 25.00 ____ 25.00 ___ 25.00 32.00 65.00 600.00 lelhbridge Family Y 500.00 British Commonwealth Gomes 50.00 Lclhbria'ge Minor Baseball Assoc................. Lethbridge Community Chesl 25.00 Canadian Mental Health Assoc................... 300.00 Muscular Dyslrophy Assoc....................... 25.00 Salvalion Army.............................. 200.00 Kinsmen TB Christmas Seal Drive 25.00 Albcrla Hear! Fund............................ 25.00 Royal Canadian Legion 16.75 Lclhbrldge Herald Cup of Milk Fund 50.00 Children'! Chrislmai Parly 1097.80 TOTAL DONATIONS FOR 1969 with insanily and violence Llial llic newspapers, (roin which 1 derive many of my ideas, have scanl room for Hie sort of Iliing that turns me on." He said here lie lias sold his Si-acre in Bucks County, Pa., and plans to move to London on Oct. 21. P e r 1 e m a n has written 18 books, including Parlcr, Bedlam and Batli and the recently pub- lished Baby, It's Cold Inside. BIG BAND SUCCESS FRANKFURT (AP) Trum- peter Harry James is off to a swinging start on bis European tour with West German news- papers commenting "Harry James like in the guuti old days" and "James triumphs in Berlin." The famous trumpet player of the late 1930s and his band are on started a Eur o p e a n tour that includes Britain, France, Denmark, Switzerland and Germany. About came to hear him in Berlin and another 1.500 gave him an ovation in Frankfurt. James offered his fans such jig band era classics as Don't Be That Way, Opus One, Tux- edo Junction and Take the A ?rain. LAWSUIT DELAYED SANTA MONICA, Calif. (Reu- j ters) A Superior Court com- j missioner was told here Thuvs-1 day that 33-year-old model Cyn-1 thia Bouron failed to appear for a second time for blood tests in connection with her patamity suit against actor Gary Grant. Commissioner Rex Minter or- dered Miss Bonron to appear in court Nov. 5 to face a contempt healing for failing to appear for blood tests for Jier and her daughter. The tests originally were scheduled for June 25 and Aug. 27. Miss Bouron filed a paternity suit against the actor in May claiming that Grant is the father of a child she said was bom to her March 12 in Los An- geles. Grant has filed a counter suit in which he denied he Is [lie father of the child. He Iras con- sented to undergo blood tesls. CHARGE DROPPED CHATHAM, N.Y. (AP) A police court judge Thursday agreed to drop a petly larceny charge against entertainer Harry Bclafonte, who allegedly took worth of groceries from a supermarket without paying. Justice Edward Torrey said Miles Ilalsled manager of the A. and P. store in this coironun- ily south of Albany, asked that the charge he pressed lust Sat- urday be dropped. Halstcad had complained that Belafonto left the store without paying, but Belafonte's publicist claimed it was a misunderstand- ing. PHILCO COLOR TV JACK'S RAD10STV 302 13lh St. N. WANTED DANCE BAND for New Year's Eve Call LETHBRIDGE MINER'S LIBRARY at 327-2698 before p.m. Ask far CHARLIE PARAMOUNT Satlirday All Cartoon Program One Show Only "Too Late the Hero" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Boys in the Band" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday 'Let it Be" "Last Escape" Sunday "Let It Be" "Last Escape" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday and Sunday -Che" "Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid" One Complete Show HHUNl 71 OH HDIIf E 111 REEN ACRES DKI VI-IN UNCTION OF MAYOR; MAGRATH-CflUm HIGHWAY TONIGHT and SUNDAY THE SUNDANCE KID ADULT Not that it mallErs.biit most ri it is line. CEHTlM-rDX F1W FKFSft.75 A CEOP5E fiSV V2WSH PSODUCl CoSlarring SIROTHEfi HJRIIS JEFf COREY HM JONES GATES AT P.M. COLOR 6V DELUXE SHOW AT P.M. I HIT NO. 2 'CHE1 IN COLOR JACK PALANCE OMAR SHARIF TONIGHT and SUNDAY 'The Beatles" Tonight at and p.m. Sunday One Complete Show Only at p.m. HT 'THE LAST ESCAPE7 NO. 2f IN COLOR AT P.M. ONLY OLLEGE INEMA COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-6300 Starts Monday and p.m. ITS THE BUNCH" ON WHEELS! Killers By Mercenaries By Profession! THE ARMY HANDED THEM GUNS... AND A LICENSE TO KILL! RESTRICTED ADULT I NOW SHOWING I and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Spend a marvelous evening with eight of the boys. MARTCROWLEyS "THE IN THE E4NC" not a musical Languagt In iMi Film may lo lornt paoplfl Tht Monafl e PHONE REEN ACRES DRIVE-I JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS.HIGHWA' [MONDAY and TUESDAY] 3 HORROR SHOWS HORROR SHOW ONE 'BLOOD OF DRACULA'S CASTLE' with JOHN CARDINE HORROR SHOW TWO THE MAD ROOM' SHELLY WINTERS STELLA STEVENS HORROR SHOW THREE 'CORRUPTION' PETER CUSHING SUE LLOYD COME EARLY GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW ONLY STARTING AT P.M. MONDAY ONLY MATINEE EVENING AND P.M. J E A N X T T 1Y E L S O ft NOELCOWAHD'S IN TECHNICOLOR with IM ran SANDERS'HUNTER.BRESSART Oriel..! Mute ud tjifa br Noil DlneltJ t, W. 8. VAN DYIE n FAMILY LAST TIMES TONIGHT 1% 'A laut.gritty, war movie that will keep you on edgi 6s from start to finish.' Wall. Cue Majazma ABC Plclurn dm In isinciillon wild Pi'wir Pjtluni prctnu M fcHCillMIrt Aldllth PfBSKlisn 01 Robert AldrLh'l I InMetrocolor .Michael Caine JMSSZ Cliff Robertson HDJJIH AM MHD UIWOOD MVL KOStO HNE CMMUM MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21 ALL SEATS YOU ARE INVITED BY FAMOUS PLAYERS AND THE FILM DISTRIBUTORS TO SEE THE GREAT ATTRACTIONS AT THE THEATRES LISTED BELOW, PARAMOUNT CINEMA COLLEGE CINEMA PARAMOUNT GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN THEATRE ;