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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SaK'rdav, September 25, 1971 IETHBRIDS8 HERALD 7 Grand dame of French stage hurt PARIS Marie Bell, 70, the grande dame of French stage actresses, was under treatment at Us American hos- pital Thursday after breaking her thigh bone in a fall. The actress said she was knocked down in her apartment by her basset hound. SHIRLEY ROBBED LONDON (Renter) Actress Shirley MacLaine lost worth of jewelry when her home at Windsor Forest, west of Lon- don, was burglarized early Thursday, police reported. It was the second robbery at the home of the 37-year-old actress in six weeks. FILMS REJECTED WELLINGTON, New Zealand Zealand's film censors rejected 14 films in the last year, including Myra Breckenridge and Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. A total of 627 cuts were re- quired in 140 other feature films out of 534 examined. The film censorship depart- YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT FEATURING THE "SHAMEN" AND APPEARING IN THE LAWLOR COMFORT" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE The El Rcmcho Motor Hotel is now licensed to serve liquor and wine in its Outrider Tavern ?T LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY Alberta Ranch Boys Members and Invited Guests 1 4 4 4 4 4 ment's annual report showed that the number of cuts made in films had remained fairly static over the last 10 years but now more cuts are made because of sex than violence. Godfrey big moneymaker Four persons remanded 011 murder charge CALGARY (CP) Four young city men were remanded to Sept. 30 when they appeared in provincial court Friday charged with non capital mur- der. They were arrested after the beaten body of Robert Gordon McLean, 20, was dragged from the Bow River Wednesday. Robin Brown, 17; John Ray- mond Fortin, 21; Stephen Ger- ald Poirier, 20; and Daryl Wayne Johnston, 20, were re- manded in custody. A juvenile hoy was held as a material witness under provi- sions of the Child Welfare Act. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbrldae NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gerald Baker-Earl Collins Lynn Tennant Henry Wslbrock ____MAKE THIS SUNDAY AN EXPERIENCE JfTliN GOURMET DINING AT THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! RESERVE EARLYI MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. Served in the Dining of Hot 4 to 8 Ham, Saus- or Bacon and Prime Ribs of Alberta Famous Hot Dishes, Salads, Relishes and 12 other iasfy treats to delight your LUNCHEON BUFFET Served Monday thru Our Famous Smorgasbord Only Picture above is Mrs. H. A. Hillmor of Dot Bonila, receiving a cheque for from Doughty, Exalted Ruler of tho Lethbrirfgo Elks Lodge. Mrs Hillmor was the winner of Ilio grnnd prize ol Iho 43rd Annual Elkj Carnival held recently. Also shown is Bob Brown receiving a cheque for for selling Iho winning ticket. All proceeds from tickets sold aro distributed amonn Lclhbridgo Elks Charities. The B.P.O. Elks Ulhbrldgo Lodge No. 37 would like to thank all thoso who attended thn carnival and tlioso who bought tickets on Iho Grand Prize. NEW YORK (AP) It's com- ing to an long, long time whc-n Arthur Godfrey dom- inated the airwaves, made headlines with every move, and probably earned more money for CBS than any other per- former. Godfrey is quitting CES radio next April 30, on the 27th anni- v-rsary of Arthur Godfrey Time. He has been a performer more than 50 years. He will devote his energies now to four television spncials a j year, his farm in Vir- ginia and to urging ecological reforms. "I've been thinking about quitting for a year or said Godfrey, who at 68 still has a full head of red hair and the booming foghorn voice that pleased his listeners and terror- ized network vice-presidents. Godfrey, who thrived long after the collapse of network radio as an entertainment force, finally fell victim to changes in radio formats. He said: "In the last year or COME FLY! Sunday, Sept. 26 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Lethbridge Airport 2P PER POUND PER PERSON (Children under 12 must be accompanied by adult) Proceeds go to helping the Southern Region, eliminate the deficit of Canadian Mental Heal'h Assoc. Sponsored by The Lethbridge Jay- cees and Southern Re- gion, Canadian Mental Health Assoc. so the affiliated stations became more independent and less con- trollable as to where they were putting my program. My show is for the late morning or early afternoon, but some stations were putting it on at five in the morning or six at night. ''They claimed that when they have a rock format, a program like mine loses their audiences. So I figure what the hell is the use of all this work." In the 1950s Godfrey was vir- tually a one-man network. For six years, until 1959, his show was broadcast daily for Hi hours over both CBS television and radio. In addition, two other television shows were on once a Godfrey and His Friends and Talent Scouts. It was estimated that he earned million a year for CBS and kept 10 per cent of it. He had great influence over his audience. One oldtimer mused: "So Ar- thur Godfrey's leaving. That means fear will no longer stalk th? halls at CBS. He's still a big power and a big moneymaker. At one time they had a vice- president who did nothing but after Godfrey." It was an era marked by his abrupt dismissal of some of his most popular LaRosa the singer, was fired right on the air in his buzzing of the control tower at the Teterboro, N.J., airport, a hip operation and a triumph over lung cancer. Was he a wilful, unpredictable tyrant who turned on the charm only before the camera and mi- crophone? Or a warm, gener- ous, misunderstood perfection- ist? It depends on whom you ask, and the debate continues to j this day. Godfrey stayed at the top for years. He was the first to mock the product when he did a com- mercial. Advertising men grew pale, but sales soared. He was, and is, keenly inter- ested in aviation, and qualified j this summer to fly the Boeing j 747 an" DC-10 jumbo jets. But in 1S54 he was grounded for six months by the Civil Aer- charges that he buzzed the Tet- erboro tower. He said he didn't do it deliberately, although he wa> displeased with his takeoff instructions. He recently made a record i about it that sold a million cop- 1 ies. 'Prattaxi' perfected now T'EW YORK (AP) Pratt Pratt started building the T'EW YORK (AP) Pratt Institute's full-scale model of the urban taxicab looks to be a painted-over armored car from the First World War but the city's taxi commissioner says "it's exactly the type of people-package vehicle we're looking for." The "Prattaxi" model un- veiled Thursday is two inches longer than the Volkswagen Beetle but has more head and leg room than a Cadillac lim- ousine. It's five-foot-high door makes it easy to step into and it carries four passengers. A platform beside the driver holds luggage. Taxi Commissioner Michael J. Lazar's staff is looking into several alternatives to the standard Detroit sedans now used as taxis here. Lazar wants a more com- fortable cab that takes up less road space, is easier to ma- noeuvre and more economical to operate. Students and faculty at PARAMOUNT STARTS WEDNESDAY WilLARD This is the one movie you should not see alone. COLOR ADULT ELKS PUiliC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 54 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY, SEPT. 25-ACES HIGH SOUTHERN.4 ALBERTA THEAfRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE YOUNG ROUNDERS" In color. Starring Casey Tibbs and Joel McCrca. Saturday, September 25, Shows at and p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE YOUNG ROUNDERS'' In color. Starring Joel Mc- Crca and Casey Tibbs. Saturday, September 25. Shows at and p.m. MILK RIVER Sunlnnd Theatre Walt Disney's "THE BOATNIKS" In Technicolor. Star- ring Robert Morse, Siefanie Powers, Phil Silvers and Don Ameche. Saturday, Seplcmbcr 25. Show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "ZIG ZAG" In Metrocolor. Starring George Kennedy, Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach. Saturday and Sunday, September 25 and 2G. Show each night at p.m. Aciuil. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE YOUNG ROUNDERS" In color. Starring Casey Tibbs and Joel McCrea. Saturday, Seplcmbcr 25, Shows at and p.m. Family. "Sunday, September 26 at p.m. "ICE STATION ZEBRA" In Metrocolor. Starring Rock Hudson, Ernest Borgnine and Patrick McGoohan. Family. TABER Drive-In "McUNTOCK" In color. Starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. Sal.'.irday, September 25. Show at p.m. Family. Final Program of the Season. TABER Tower Theatre "RICH SKY AT MORNING" In color. Slarring Richard Thomas, Catherine Burns and Dcsi Arnaz Jr. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, September 25, 27 and 211. Satur- day shows at atid p.m. Restricted Adult. Pratt started building model five years ago. The designers have applied to: a federal grant to build several prototypes, which they say could be running on city streets in two years. Today's Showtimes Sunday "Pretty Maids in a Row" "No Blade of Grass" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Young Rounders" Last Complete Show Sunday "Land Haiders" "Fool's Parade" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-iN Saturday and Sunday "Coogan's Bluff" "Ann of Days" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Red Tent" Last Complete Show Sunday SMort "Subjects 'Last Run" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday 'No Blade of Grass" "Pretty Maids in a Row" :40 Last Complete Show MO.VTIE MUYfm FAMILY PARAMOUNT 4th AVE 6th ST TONITE and SUNDAY Tonight at 7 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT ONE COMPLETE SHOW SUNDAY AT 8 P.M. A VIRUS OF DOOM ENVELOPS THE EARTH! SECOND FEATURE Maids all in a row starring ROCK HUDSON ANOIE DICKINSON TELLY SAVALAS COLOR Vt PHONE IkmifE III JMI1 N llllON OF MAYOR" MAGRATf J TONIGHT SUN. and MON. Gates open p.m. Show starts at p.m. ADULT ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS RiCHARDjURTON GENEVIEVEJBUJOLD B HAL WALLIS n HIT NO. 2 COOGAN'S BLUFF" with CLINT EASTWOOD COLLEGE STARTS SUNDAY ONE SHOW SUNDAY AT 8 P.M. ONLY Back in 1935, it was hard to tell who was whOi and cops. Heroes and villains. ADULT NOT SUITABIE FOR CHILDREN COLUMBIA PICTURES presents GECBGE A JAMES LEE BARRETT- ANDREW V. McLWLEH PRODUCTION SECOND FEATURE COLUMBIA FiCjTJfiiS' pressnls! JRAEKERg S TECHNICOLOR ID ItwashisfirstjobMyears. It was his last chance to do it right. In the tradition of Hemingway and Bogart ACADEMY AWARD WINNER GeonQS C Scott The Last Run STARTS SUNDAY ONE COMPLETE SHOW Ends Tonight "RED TENT" SUNDAY AT P.M. ;