Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY "Night Riders" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13ln St.-N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! mtWdtKS ANU ineiit uucai> UNLII SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ZEPPELIN" In Technicolor. Starring Michael York, Elke Sommer and Rupert Davies. Tuesday and Wednes- day, Seplember 28 and 29. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE SOLDIER BLUE" In color. Sin-ring Candice Bergen and Peter Strauss. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sep- tember 28 and 29. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adull. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "DOCTORS' WIVES" In color. Doclors' wives have everyUiing excepl husbands. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 23 and 29. Tuesday show at p.m. Hestricled Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "RED SKY AT MOKNING" In color. Starring Richard Thomas, Catharine Burns and Desi Arnaz Jr. Tuesday, September 28. Shows at and p.m Restricted Adult. New premier burns midnight oil -Tueiday, September 28, 1971 THE tETHBBIEOc HERAID 7 Actress dies a I New York EDMONTON (CP) A re- view ot nalm-al resource roy- alties in Alberta has been start- ed hy the province's new Pro- gressive Conservative govern- ment, Premier Peter Loug- heecl said here. The '-eview of coal, oil, gns ancl liir.bur royalties is a press- ing matter and of vital concern to the Ihrce-week-old govern- ment, Mr. Loughecd said in an interview. Oil royalties, based on a 10- year agreement which expires next April 1, now range from eight to 1C 2-3 per cent. They are applied on a sliding scale based on a well's production. Natural gas royalties, also based on the 10-year agree- ment, now are 10 2-3 per cent but the government provides allowances for gathering and processing. The royalty on coal is 10 cents a ton. Mr. Lougheed said ho will lead a trade mission lo Japan PREMIER LOUGHEED Long hours MEMBERSHIPS FOR MEN'S AND MIXED SOCIAL LEAGUE Are Now Being Accepted At The Lethbridge Curling Ciub Curling Rink Open p.m. Each Night Monday Thru Friday Dues will be the same as last year C Men's League Enter as an individual or Rink All interested curlers welcome to drop in or fill in Ihe attached entry form and mail immediately! Curling Starts Men., Oct. 18th ENTRY FORM Name................................. Address Frione CHECK APPROPRIATE LEAGUES? Men's League Curl 1 Night Weekly....... Curl 2 Nights Weekly...... Saturday Night Mixed League.............. Both Leagues............................ Nov. 12-20 and will probably travel with Industry Minister Fred Peacock and Ilo r s t Schmidt, minister ol youth, cul- ture and recreation. Covering a wide range ol to- nics during the interview, Ihe premier said Ihe adminislra- lion ot the Alberta Liquor Con- Irol Board will be shitted lo Ihe allorney-generaPs department from the treasury department. "There will be many other transfers like this in the months lo come, he said. Mr. Lougheed said the cabi- net is studying Ihe possibility of setting up a secretariat to improve its efficiency. The "cabinet needs a signifi- canl staff of senior people in- volved as backup resources, much lilte the privy council in Ottawa." A secretariat would ensure that minislcrs were well-in- formed and briefed on matters of urgent priority and would be sel up in conjunclion with a re- st-ucturing of the responsibili- ties of cabinet ministers. PROPERTY TAX The premier said partial re- moval of human resource cosls such as education, health and welfare from properly lax "is slill a possibility" at Ihe ncxl session of the legislature but more time will probably be needed because the problem is so complex. Mr. Lougheed, who has been working a 12-hour day since he look office, said Ihe govern- ment is "slill in Ihe middle of the settling-in period" and it is too early to begin listing actual and hoped-for achievements. He said he still hasn't fixed a dale for the next session of the legislature, hut it will be in late February or early March. Mr. Lougheed said he has adapted well lo Ihe long hours Diplomat's sou faces charge OTTAWA (CP) Two Cana- dians have been charged in connection with seizure of 132 pounds of hashish al Amsler- dam's Schiphol Airport, an ex- ternal affairs department spokesman said here. D. E. .1. Rousseau, 20, son of R o g e r Rousseau, Canadian ambassa- dor to the Cameroun, has been charged by Dutch police with possession of hashish. H. W. Prior, 22, of Hamilton has been charged wilh being on acces- sory, Ihe spokesman said. The Iwo Canadians were arreslcd at Schiphol. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Last Run" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA "No Blade of Grass" "Pretty Maids in a Row" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Fool's Parade" "Land Raiders" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN 'Solomon and Sheba" 'Secret of Santa Vitloria" One Complete Show STARTING TOMORROW Another Big Family Feature 2 DELUXE SHOWS At ond p.m. Matinee Saturday and Sunday at p.m. "BLUE WATER, WHITE DEATH" The huntfor the Great White Shark they attack anything. And one above Great White Shark. Early in the Spring of 1969, a group of divers- three men and a woman a odyssey determined [o shoot a Greal While Shark. Not with haipoons, or with can-eras. This is ihc story of that hunt and finally of the awesome encounter nctwcen man and the sen's most deadly and breathtaking creature, the world's most beautiful eating machine, The Great White Shark. A CINEMA CENTER FILMS PRESENTATION Produwd by PETER GIMBEL-Directed by PETER GIMBEL indJAMES LIPSCOMB TECHNICOLORS Ends Tonight-'NO BLADE OF GRASS' and''PRETTY MAIDS IN A'ROW1' am' h( avy responsibilities, "the hardest thing is that I am sep- arated from my family." Tie Loughecds have been looking at some houses in Ed- monton but don't expect lo he able to make a move from Cal- gary before Christmas. Mr. Loughecd, 43, who jogs in a park near his downtown apartment before walking lo his office ,-it the legislature each day said that he plans lo gel away for a few days next week niih a briefcase lo read (he massive amounl of in- tergovernmental material and olher thinfis that need to be read. "If I am lo do Ihe job pruperly." I Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight MONDAY, SEPT. 27th thru SATURDAY, OCT. 2nd FEATURING "BILL AND MARIE BREIN" UPTOWN COUNTRY POP AT THE DALLAS TAVERN 312 5th STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED m SIMPSONS-SEARS Care Service Special 1 Week Only TV Tune-up Take advantage of Simp semi-Sears Special Fall offer ond be sure your TV has a clear, sSarp, crisp picture for the exciting Fall season shows. Improve your TV viewing pleasure wilh a Simpsons-Seen Fall Tune-up. Free mileage within 10 mile radiui from Service Department Paris extra. Because Simpsons-Sears Cares Service is near GS your phone. COLOR 9.99 Here's -what Siliipsoiis-Sears Care Service Technician will do: Visually check anlenna lead-in and terminal connections for good signal receplion. Check vertical control to ovoid picture roll. Cenire the picluro for comfortable viewing. Adjust the vertical linearity to avoid a "squashed" picture. 0 Clean up and calibrate line tuner for maximum signal pick-up ond picture reproduction. Balance oil picture controls. Clean picture lube and safety gloss for viewing ease. PARTS EXTRA Call 328-9231 NEW YORK (AP) Muriel Kirklar.d, an actress who per- formed on Broadway and in radio soap operas, television dramas and movies, died in hospital here of emphysema and complicalions. She was (ill. Miss Kirkland achieved slar- dom in Iil29 as the Southern belle footloose in the New York speakeasy o[ Preston Sturges' comedy Strictly Dishonorable and la.st appeared on Broadway 12 years ago as Aby Dorden in The of Lizzie. KI.ECTOHAI. CHIEF FIRED JtliGINA (CP) Jack Har- rington, Saskatchewan's chief electoral officer since 19G5, sajd here lie has been fired by Pre- mier Allan Blakcney. PHONE 71100 I 111 _REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR'HflGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY Tonight, Wed. and Thur. STANLEY KRAMER'S Pra ADULT IPANMISION1 TECHNICOLOR Untied ArllGls STARRING ANTHONY QUINN "SOLOMON AND SHEBA" In color wilh GINA IOLLOBRIGIDA COILEGI STARTS TOMORROW They're teaming fast. COLOR SUMS lUINl G1HIB' KAKrN lAKlSON'BRIONl FAKKtU BARBARA RUST-LAWRENCE SECOND FEATURE KILLERS AND THIEVES! IF THEY LIVE THEY'LL END UP AS HEROESI A HMOU1 rUYbES THCATCC fi TOMORROW MRAMOUNT DANDY TOP-NOTCH THRILLE! ENDS TONIGHT "The Last Run" With George C. Scoll ADULT -John Schubeck, ABC-TV of the more terrifying deliciously scary thrillers." cmi, York "It makes Hitchcock's 'The Birds' look like a stroll through the -Dorothy Manners, Kin; Features Syndicate "...is not a film to see IN COLOR ild Cue Mjginni MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY AT P.M.