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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Moke up u Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTI "JUST US" 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ADMSSiON Glen's DEN (Downstairs So-th Side Entrance) Refreshments and Food Available! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfciir Theatre "THE RIEVEHS" In color. Starring Stove McQueen. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 24, 25 and 26. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" In Technicolor. Starring Paul Newman, Robert Bedford and Katharine Ross. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 24, 25, 2G and 27. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunlcmd Theatre "MAROONED' In Eastman Color. Starrnig Gregory Peck, David Janssen and Richard Crenna. Friday and Saturday, September 25 and 20. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Capitol Theatra "CANDY" In color. Starring James Coburn, Waller Matthau, Ewa Aulin and Ringo Starr. Thursday, Septem- ber 24, show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "DEATH OF A GUNFIGHTER" In color. Starring Richard Widmark, Lena Home and John Saxon. Thurs- day and Friday, September 24 and 25. Thursday shows at and p.m. Adult. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie RETURNING TO SHOW BIZ-Edgar Bergen whispers into Charlie McCarthy's ear as they prepare for a forth- coming fortnight appearance in a Reno night club, to the followed by two cr more television appearances in Lon- don. Bergen has outfitted his dummy with a new collar and tie and Italian shoes and has some updated lines for Effie Klinker and Mortimer Snerd. Service Resumed After Derailment TROCHU (CD-Service has resumed on the Canadian Na- tional Railways here after de- railment of 21 cars of a CNR freight train. Cause of the derailment in the central Alberta town, was believed to have been a broken track on one of the cars. LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. FRIDAY, SEPT. 25th Music by the "MINT JULEPS" COVER CHARGE SI.QQ MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS The "EEL AIRES" will be playing in the Clubrooms Friday and Saturday Evening.. MacKenzie's Special Design Collection A, Highly styled for the modettl womon whb wonts accuracy plus good looks. 17 jewels B. The look of tomorrow, Styled with oyal dial mesh bracelet. 1 Towels AFFILIATED WITH MAPPIN S LIMITED. DIAMOND MERCHANTS 8, JEWtUEBS MOOSE JAW CALGARY IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue Soufn Phone 328-42 U Edgar Bergen Returns HOLLYWOOD (AP) Edgar Bergen had been put- ting a new collar, tie and Ital- ian shoes on Charlie Mc- Carthy. He'd given Effie Klinker some up-to-date lines about Women's Lib and burning her bra. Buck-toothed farmhand Mortimer Snerd was grum- bling about "not enough rain and too much red tape." For Bergen, the world's most famous ventriloquest, "more or less" retired at 67, was sallying forth again with the dummies that made him a millionaire. He's scheduled for two weeks starting Thursday at a Reno night club, then flying to London for two or more TV appearances. "It's always fun to go out and make an audience the gentle, genial Ber- gen reasoned in explaining his renewed activity. For 20 and Charlie were a weekly habit with millions of radio listeners. He had sketched Charlie's face in high school in Chicago and found a wood- carver to fashion the impu- dent lad's head. They'd come up through vaudeville, thea- tres and night clubs. Bergen looks pretty much the same as cheeked, thinly a trifle paunchier now. Audras Seeks Mortgage Money For Housing OTTAWA (CP) Robert An- dras, minister without portfolio responsible for housing, said Wednesday he will meet bank- ers, trust and loan company and life i n s u r a n c e officials this month to discuss mortgage funds for future housing needs and other matters. Mr. Andras said in a state- ment he is particularly inter- ested in the likely flow of pri- vate mortgage funds over the next five years. The government was commit- ted to construction of a million new homes over five years. "I am convinced the building industry has a production capa-. bility that can meet this re-1 Mr. Andras said. "The challenge then is squarely at the doors of the private lend- ing institutions." 's ShowtimeS PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Swimming Pool" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Boys in the Band'' Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 'Which Way To The Front" Last Complete Slow GREEN ACHES DRIVE-IN "Hang 'Em High" "Tire Good, The Bad and The Uugly" One Complete Show Keeps Snakes In Basement NORTH VANCOUVER (CI'l A North Vancouver man who keeps rattlesnakes in his basement as a hobby has been warned that lie faces prosecu- tion under the city's danger- ous e r c a t u r c s prohibition bylaw unless he gets rid of them by Oct. 31. Angus Philip, 39, said lie re- ceived the ultimatum by reg- istered mail today and added that he has already started a resistance campaign by moving his three rattlers, wife and five children to an- other home. "The first thing they will have to do is find my new he said in an interview. The registered letter from bylaw enforcement officer Jack Brucker was the latest development in a fight Mr. Philip has been waging for al- most a year with the city over his reptile collection. In April, the city enacted the bylaw at the request of Dr. Stephen Casey, north shore medical health officer. who said the snake-keeper was getting bitten so often he was using up too much snake- bite serum. ____________ Thursday, September It, WO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 I MOST VALUAliU; LEADS HUSHING Kon Saul, a senior offensive i Ktcvffl Owens of Oklahoma led guard from Duller, Pa., was' the collegians of the United Michigan Stale's most valuable j Stales in rushing in 1909 with football player in 1969. yards. Baud Leader Gets Divorce HOLLYWOOD (AP) Band- leader Stan Kenton, 53, and his estranged wife Jo Ann, 3U, have been divorced and she has been awarded alimony. Superior Court Judge Charles G. Straiten granted the uncon- tested divorce here after Mrs. Kenton, the musicians third wife, testified there were irreconcilable differences be. Iween Ihe two. They were mar- ried July 0, 1967. TONIGHT Thru SAT. Al and p.m. JERRY LEWIS PHILCO COLOR TV Family Kids 50c Anytimt IN COLOR JACKPOT Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY--8 P.M. YOUVILLSEE WHICH WAY THE. ANDYQUVILLLAUGH. J. JAN MURRAY LETHBRIDGE OLD-TIME DANCE CLUB COME AND ENJOY AN EVENING OF DANCING TO THE LIVE MUSIC OF THE WESTERNERS ORCHESTRA SATURDAY, September 26th, 1970 Ociober-Fri.r I Oth, Sat., 24th November 7th and 21st December 5th ond 19th January 9th and 23rd, 1971 February 6th and 20th March 6th and 20th April 3rd and 17fh at the ASSUMPTION SCHOOL 24th St. and 14th Ave. S., Lethbridge at p.m. These dances include circle-two steps, fox-trots, wattles, square dancing, etc. suitable for young and old. Come one, come all for on evening of fun and enjoyment. Everyone welcome and please clip this for future reference regard- ing dates. Admission: 51.00 per person or Per person for season's membership. GfHONt 71100 JlDllf I U R E E N ACR E S D RIV E I N JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT AND FRIDAY GATES OPEN 7 P.M. SHOW AT PM. CLINT EASTWOOD THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THElffitT cinema STARTS TOMORROW At and p.m. '.the ironic story of Christianity's rape of supposedly innocent empires, in the name of God and in the interests of gold Robert Shaw plays Pizarro with a marvelous mixture of arrogance and innocence. Christopher Plutnmer is Atahuallpa, a role that allows him to rlo all the things a performer longs to do. He's as fascinating as he is out- rageous.'' -N.Y.Timc. "SAVAGE ELEGANCE. LAVISH AND BEAUTIFUL. ROBERT SHAW IS SUPERB. CHRISTO- PHER PLUMMER MAGIS. TERIAL AND PRIMITIVE." -Ncwswtx-lc "Devotees of the Hollywood spectacu- lar will cherish the bravado of Robert Shaw and Christopher Plummer. The proceedings-adapted from Peter Shaf- fer's opulent play-are well manased bv Director Irving Lerner." MaB.i7.irw "MAGNIFICENT ACTING. Makes for good theatre, on stage and on screen." -Saturday Rnirv FAMILY COLOR "The Royal Hunt of the Sun.' Robert ShavV Christopher Plummer Nigel'Davenport Michael Craig Andrew Keir ENDS TONIGHT Mhe Boys in the Band' The last time Virgil Tibbs had a day like this was "IiiThe Heat Of The Night" ADULT Academy Award Winner "SIDNEY POITIER" As "VIRGIL TIBBS" Detective. The gang is out (o gel him thij lime. Matinee p.m. Evening and p.m. IKE I'ifi'SW PRODlOffil COVPW SIDNEY POITIER MARTIN LANDAU i-AWALTERMIRISCH PRODUCTION Mismmss BARBARA McNAIIWANTHONY ZERBE ENDS TONIGHT "SWIMMING POOL With Alain Dclon. STARTS TOMORROW PARAMOUNT A FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRE ;