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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Show Times Russians Demoted revenue Monday, September 30, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Peter Sellers divorced PARAMOUNT THEATRE CHINATOWN: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: No Short Subjects ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: NOT NOW DARLING: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADUL1 COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THE CONVERSATION: MAN ON A SWING: ONE COMPLETE SHOW: GATES OPEN: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "EXECUTIVE ACTION" in color. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, September 30, Oct. 1 2. Monday show at p.m. ADULT FORT Theatre "THE DON IS DEAD" starring Anthony Quinn. Mon- day, Tuesday, September 30, Oct. 1. Monday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT PINCHER Theatre "EXECUTIVE ACTION" starring Burt Lancaster, Robert Ryan and Will Geer. Monday, Tuesday, Wed- nesday, September 30, Oct. 1, 2. Monday show at: p.m. ADULT Theatre "II'HART BREAK KID" in color. Starring Eddie Albert and Sybil Shepperd. Nominated for best support- ing actor and actress. Monday, Tuesday, Wed- nesday, September 30, Oct. 1, 2. Shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN see red over ad LONDON (AP) The Rus- sians are seeing red over an advertisement for British vodka. Valery Zemskov, press at- tache at the Soviet Embassy here, walked out of a private showing Friday, disgusted at the British firm's latest ad- vertising campaign film. The offending film clip pur- ported to show Soviet leaders atop Lenin's tomb in Moscow reviewing the May Day pa- rade and drinking Vladivar Vodka, made in Warrington, England. Zemskov said he was mak- ing "the strongest possible protest" at what he called the bad taste of the commercials. Another Soviet Embassy offi- cial walked out with him. "We do not like your sense of Zemskov said. "You are mocking the Rus- sian people. "The Lenin Mausoleum is particularly sacred to us and you depict someone drinking a glass of vodka there." may resign Commons seat OTTAWA (CP) The ad- justment from cabinet minister to ordinary Liberal backbencher may prove too frustrating for Robert Stan- bury. One of four MPs banished in August from Prime Minister Trudeau's cabinet, he said in an interview he is concerned about functioning effectively in his new position. Unlike two of his colleagues in the same position, Mr. Stan- bury does not rule out the possibility of resigning his Commons seat if he finds himself trapped into back- bench ineffectiveness. In contrast, Stanley Haidasz says he will participate fully in parliamentary activities, despite his demotion. Herb Gray, meanwhile, hopes to work on a variety of topics, but won't necessarily toe the party line at all times. Mr. Gray, Mr. Haidasz and Mr. Stanbury were ministers respectively of consumer and corporate affairs, mul- ticulturalism and revenue. They, along with former public works minister Jean- Eudes Dube, were the MPs dropped from the Liberal The inflation buster every Tuesday night. Tuesday Night at Ponderosa a budget-boosting S1.39. Fifty cents off the regular price. And this is no "budget" steak. It's our famous Family Steak Dinner: a succulent ribeye steak, broiled to your order. steaming baked potato...tossed green to eat at home POUDEROSA SIEAE salad...fresh, hot roll with butter. Family Night at Ponderosa. a family of four can dig into it for less than seven bucks. Now. that's inflation-busting. And today more than ever, it's the reason we say: Tuesday nights, you can't afford in Quality food. Family prices. 1025 Mayor Magrath Drive cabinet in the shuffle follow- ing the July 8 election. Mr. Stanbury, 44, is the only one to acknowledge that his new position might be awkward enough to make him resign his Toronto-area seat of York-Scarborough. "I've been concerned that no matter what I say it may be seen in the wrong the lawyer said. "If it's critical it might be seen by some as sour grapes, or if it's praise, as an attempt to pave my way back to power." Asked if he is considering resigning his seat, Mr. Stan- bury replied: "I haven't made any decision yet." He is a member of the Cana- dian delegation to the United Nations assembly until mid- December so "I don't yet have to deal with the problem of how to be effective in Parliament." "I don't expect I'll be in the House much for the next few months." Mr. Gray, 43, member for Windsor West, said "only time will tell" if his new situation makes it more difficult to par- ticipate in the new Parliament. "But right now, I don't think the situation should be too dif- ferent from anyone else who wants to participate." Considered one of the most tight-lipped ministers in the last cabinet, Mr. Gray said he now will have more freedom. "I won't of course have the constraints of cabinet solidarity that I've had to accept for the last 4Vz years." The August shuffle was the first occasion on which Mr. Trudeau removed cabinet members other than at their own request. However, the demotion has meant little to Mr. Haidasz (Toronto Parkdale) so far but a loss of title and the an- nual salary paid to ministers without portfolio. The multiculturalism func- tion was taken over by Labor Minister John Munro. But Mr. Munro has been kept busy with strikes most of the summer and Mr. Haidasz has been helping out. The 51-year-old medical doctor, who seldom spoke in the last Parliament, said he will have no problem sup- porting the government. However, he acknowledged he would be interested in an appointment to the Senate. To entertain you at the VENTURA HOTEL In COALDALE featuring "LARRY BRANSEN" Now through Saturday, Oct. 12 LEGION MEMBERS CLUB CURLING Important organization Family Club Curling Meeting will be held on Friday, Oct. at 8 p.m. Place: VIMY LOUNGE PLEASE ATTEND! COMING! Thurs., Oct 10 thru Sun., Oct. 13 Lethbridge Canada Games SPORTSPLEX 7 PERFORMANCES: 4 NOTTS: fhurs., Fri, Sat 8 pjn. Sua 6 pjn. 3 MATINEES: Sat 12 noon, Sat 4 pjn. and Sun. 2 pjn. PRICES: YOUTHS 16 and under Off all at STURIM WMU CHAMPION KAREN MAGNUSSEN Thura. t p.m. Sat 12 noon SaL 4 p.m. Sun. 6 p.m. _ JF mmm BOX OFFICES Order Tickets by Maill I BOX OFFICES at SPORTSPLEX and EATON'S (Cr. Dipt.) Tfckat Information 329-4737 Order Tickets by Maill Send cheque or money order payable 10 City of Lethbridge to Ice Capades Box Office. Canada Games Sportsplex. City Hall. Lethbridge. Alberta. State number of tickets (adults youths) price and performance desired. Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope for prompt return of tickets. Don't Delay! Act Now! CHARGE ICE C APAOES TICKETS ON YOUR EATON CHARGE ACCT. LONDON (AP) Actor eter Sellers was divorced riday by his third wife, (iranda Quarry. Sellers, 49, was not in court. Miss Quarry, 27, is the step- daughter of Lord Mancroft, di- rector of the Cunard shipping line. She was granted the di- vorce, which the decree speci- fies will become final in six weeks, she ant Sellers have lived apart for two years. R.A. HOSACK Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 8 304-Sth St. 8. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge Lethbridge Baton School BATON TWIRLING LESSONS Commencing Wednesday, Oct. Registration at St. Patrick 3 School Gym 8th St. and 10th Ave. South From P.M. Or Call 328-5727 (Call after 4p.m.) Instructor Ina J. Harris Solos Dance Twirl Strutting Two Baton Basic Strut Fire TOTAt- IT'S THE BIGGEST DRAW IN THE WEST! There will be 1908 lucky ticket holders! FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE v 5 FOURTH PRIZES each CONSOLATION PRIZES 1900 at each SELLER'S PRIZES TOTAL PRIZES Entries Close October 9, 1974 Preliminary Draw October 23, 1974 GOOD FOR YOU AND ALBERTA, TOO! Proceeds from the sale of all tickets in Alberta will be used in Alberta to support sports and cultural events such as Sport Alberta, The Alberta Art Foundation, Alberta Heritage Foundation and the 1978 Commonwealth Games. The Lottery is sponsored by the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede, the Commonwealth Games Foundation and the Edmonton Exhibition Association under the auspices of the Alberta Government. GIVES YOU A CHANCE ON BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! Available trom your favorite service, church, sports or charitable organization or send in the coupon and get your tickets bv mail. WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY Box 1922, Edmonton, Alia. S2.50 per ticket No. of tickets Amount Cheque required Enclosed Money Order NAME ADDRESS............................................................................... PROVINCE..............................POSTAL-CODE Your remittance accompany coupon COMMUNITY SIRVICIS DIPARTM CITY OP UTHBRIDOK PUBLIC SWIMMING. SKATING AND MUSEUM Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. OcLT FBTZSKK Swim (Adults Only) SWIM (Adults Only) p.m. Public Swim Swim (Adults Only) p.m. Public Swim Swim (Adults Only) Swim SWIM p.m. and FAMILY SWIM SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) p.m. meUBVN ICE SKATING SKATING SRMQuua p.m. p.m. p.m. paramount Sr 4th Avf Sooth, XI TONIGHT thru THURS. M1SOTMIE TONIGHT thru THURS. Md In the best tradition of sophisticated British comedy. RESTRICTED ADULT mmmmwm college cinema TONIGHT thru THURS. i! 7-.00 Md 9.00 p.m. ners NOW IKY won TWB HOT MARY CRAZY LARRY green acres drive-in TONIGHT and TUESDAY ADULT ENTGRTMNMDiT SWING JORGREY ALSO SHOWING Gone Hadcman Coflvorsobon OpM Om CmpMi Skew tl ;