The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on September 16, 1958 · 4
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 4

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Tuesday, September 16, 1958
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PAGE 101'R Prestige lowered The great visionary mirage of the Conservative party has passed away and never before in history has the prestige of a Canadian government sunk so low, a former Liberal member of parliament claims. Speaking recently at meetings oi Libers! supporter in Shauna-von and Maple Creek Irvin Stu-der, former MP for Swift Current-Maple Creek, said the gaudy PC bubble of pro-election days has burt, plunging Canadian prestige among nations to a new low, and robbing us of our former position of leadership such as was shown in the Suez crisis. He called the performance of the 203 Conservative members in the House ot Commons dismal' and said they were falling over themselves to vote against measures they promised when seeking election. Deficiency payments to farmers were too low, he said, undue tarriffs were being imposed and the Tories had spent all the surplus funds left by the Liberals. Now the prime minister offers us a bill of rights," said Mr, Stutter The rights I want to see guaranteed are the right of a worker to do his job, the right of a fanner to equalize his costs of production and the right of a businessman to his existence. All other rights then will take care of themselves, he said. n ARENA RINK EERY NIGHT 8 P.M. Except Sunday AIR CONDITIONED TRIANON SATURDAY, SEPT. 20th ADULT EDUCATION EVENING CLASSES iAJL FROM YOUR CHOICE OF 30 COURSES CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH A language course involving simple sentence structure and vocabulary and everyday Spanish idiom. It is not anticipated that students will acquire fluency in the lan- guage, but rather that they win become familiar with' words and phrases which would be useful when travelling in countries where Snanish is spoken. Copies of Spanish Through Pictures will be availab'e for purchase by the students. INSTRUCTOR DR. E. SALDIVAR TLACE AND TIME Saskatchewan House Tuesdays, Sept. 30 to Dec. 2 IEE $10 00 per rours Indudinj 13 ClUM. REGISTRATION Sept. 23 and 24. 7:30 to 9 p.m, Saskatchewan House A4j!t Education DinJion Th Dtpt. f tdue?i For Further Information Phone Today LA3-8E34 Substitute Teachers Wanted The Regina Collegiate Board is anxious to receive applications from High School Teachers in Regina for Substitute Teaching. Apply to Superintendent, 1360 Lome Street, stating qualifications and listing subjects in order of preference." WYNNSOME TRIO: It will be "grandpa knows best on TV screens this fall as famed trouper Ed Wynn gets his own show, starring in Sincerely, Sam Hill" in the new Ed Wynn Show series. He plays the grandpa of the two cutics seen above, Sherry Alberoni, 10, and Jacklyn ODonnell, 17. Some drivers a menace YORKTON (Staff) Five per cent of those in charge of motor vehicles are nonconformists in that they do not conform to the laws of the highways and continually constitute the most dangerous menace, Leonard L, Bowman, general manager of the Saskatchewan Highway Safety Council, Regina, said here Monday, Mr. Bowman was addressing the Rotary club luncheon in the Yorkton hotel. He outlined the beginning of the organization as a branch of the Canadian Highway Safety Council which came into being last year and is now in the process of organizing local branches throughout the province. By the use of chart s, Mr. Bowman showed the growth of the number of automobiles and the substant increase in fatalities and property damage. He said it is necessary to take some action to prevent this human slaughter and some improvement is hoped for through the program of education, engineering and enforcement. Mr. Bowman said tlie council had hoped that in this year there would be compulsory driving and special tests. He said the most that can be hoped are in this next year to have the tests apply to the five per cent no-con-formists but the aim is to have it apply eventually to all drivers. Mr. Bowman announced that a provincial safety council meeting will be held at Yorkton, Oct. 3 and an attempt will then be made to form a Yorkton safety council. He urged Rotarians to attend and support the project. Lanigan service o for resident, 66 LANIGAN (Special) Funeral service for Mrs. Maude Eliza Matters, a resident of this district since 1922, was held recently in the United church here. Rev. E Hick officiated. Mrs. Matters died at the home of her daughter in Viscount. She was 66. Bom Oct. 8, 1891, Mrs. Matters came to Lanigan with her husband and four children in 1922. They lived on a farm for a number of years and in the village since. Surviving are two sons. Milton of Saskatoon and Eddie of Toronto; Mrs. H. Bennett of Edmonton; Mrs. J. Syreda of Viscount; Mrs. M. Mcsonchuk , and Mrs. J. Bell of Lanigan; Mrs. H. Knutson in B. C.; and a number of grandchildren. Funeral service held at Aneroid ANEROID I Special) Funeral service for William Sutherland Cleugh, 53, a long-time resident of this district, was held recently in Aneroid United church. Rev. Ian Plulp officiated, and burial was in Aneroid cemetery. Bom in Edinburgh,. Scotland in 1904. he came to Canada with his parents in 1906. They homesteaded three miles northeast of here in 1909. Mr. Cleugh continued to live there until moving into Aneroid this year, when ill health forced him to retire. Surviving are his wife, Minnie', two daughters at home; a step - daughter in Ponteix; and one sister in Aneroid. BIG BOOST Australia's estimates for Civil. Defence in 1958 reached $675,000 compared with $267.750 In 1937. j TRIANON Tomcrrow Niaht And Every Wednesday Happy Roamin Rangers THE Zaimcks son image of father By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) - The resemblance was amazing. The same short, wiry figure, the broad brow, the firm manner of speech, even the moustache. All that was missing was the polo mallet. This was Richard Zanuck, son and image of the great Darryl F. At 24, he is producing his first motion picture, Compulsion, oddly enough, for Darry F. Zanuck Productions. How much autonomy does young Dick have? Complete artistic autonomy," he replied. As a matter of fact, dad went off to Africa and Europe to make Roots of Heaven and left me to prepare Compulsion entirely on my own." AT HOME ON LOT Dick roams easily about the 20th Century Fox lot, speaking to many of the workers and executives. Thats only natural, since he has spent a large part of his life there. I started listening to story conferences almost before I could talk," he reminisced. Dad never instructed me formally in picture making but I was around a great deal of the time. I started selling the Saturday Evening Post on, the lot when I was nine. Business? It was pretty good. I dont know whether everyone felt it was a good policy to buy the magazine from me. All I know Is, when I stopped selling at 13, I had five boys working for me, and we covered every office on the lot. TALKS WfTII AUTHORITY Though he's probably the youngest producer in Hollywood, Dick talks with mature authority about the project he is embarking on. It is the fictional treatment of the famed Loeb-Leopold thrill slaying of the 1920s. Unlike the first three D. F. Z. Independent films, Compulsion will be made on a comparatively modest budget. There's no reason we cant come in a little over a million dollars, Dick said. Except for Orson Welles (wholl play the Clarence Darrow character), our cast charges shouldn't be too high. And we'll shoot nearly all of the picture on the lot. We might go to Chicago for some exteriors of the actual courtroom. Pcrcival woman succumbs at 73 PERCIVAL (Special) - Funeral service for Mrs. Mary Lazell, a resident of this district for 29 years, was held recently in St. Marys Catholic church, Broadview. Rev. Fr. J. Rudy of Wapel-la officiated and burial was in the family plot, Whitewood ceme- tery, Mrs. Lazell died at the home of her son here after a long illness. She was 73. Bom m Ashford, England In 1885, she came to Canada with her husband and family 29 years . go and settled in the Percival district where she had since resided. Besides her husband, she is survived by four sons, James at home; Robert of Percival; George of Hamilton, Ont.; and Bill of ' Broadview; two daughters. Mrs. A. Friday. Hamilton- and Mrs. Reg Powell, Whitewcod; three grand- fhr m Fnff- , JJriVrr IS flUC(l KIPLING (Special Funeral service for Endre M.le. a pioneer resident of the district, was held recently in Bekevar Presbyterian church. Rev. G. WEYBURN (Staff) Edward Orth officiated and burial was in Carpenter, Weybum, was sen-1 Bekevar cemetery, fenced o 1 days ja.I here Mr. Mile d.ed at his home in Monday when he pleaded guilty Inchkeith. He was 79 to a charge of drunken dnv- B-m m Ksuips-alas. Hungary, ing Magistrate D. J. Mitchell 1378, he came to Canada and sett-a-lio suspended his dri'crs ld in the Inchkeith district in 'license for six months. j 19. In 1907 he married Julia The charge was laid following ' Kirhery of Monsomin. an accident Saturday night ont Predeceased by his wife in 1961. the cast side of the city, where j he is survived hy three sons. An-the accused struck a pa. ked drew o' Terrace, B. C. and vehicle owned by C. Edwards. and Calvin of Inchkeith; five It was moved ahead by the im-! daughters, Mrs. Ken Cunrrirs of pact and struck a house owred Kenretfy. Mr Frank Bari of byT. Johnson. Damage to the Inchkeith. Mrs. Charles Hgg-houve was estimated at $225;llur.d of Fort A.hiem, Ont : Mrs to Edwards car, at $33C; and to. JssepSi Fart as of Hum hold and the accused's car, more than! Mary at home: 2 g-mdch.ldren $200. laud H geat grandchildren. LEADER - TOST, REGINA. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1958- r m METROPOLITAN; "A Um Ui." 157. 4 20, 43. 9.1 1. L complete show: 55 .... ... ROXVt "Peyton Plice. 3 35. 5 44. S 5 "Uvlng 2 00. 5 09. R 2 1 Law complet enow; S 21. (APIIOL. "Kir CreoU." 12 50. 2 50, 5 00. 7.15, 9 30. Uw exntiw cliow 9 15 BROADWAT: 'Winchester 73. 1 00. 3 50. 7 05, 10 25. "Crus-Crow 2 15, 5.25. 45. Lt complete ehowi 4NORTOWV: Wild !t The Wind. 30. 9 40. River Edge, 1 04. Leet complete how: 4 04 . REX; "Thunder Rned. I 1 0. 406. 7 02 9'58 "Toughen Gun In TomO-tone." 2.53, 5 49. 4 45. Ut complete how; I 34. An unusual story of love, hate and violence in the Nevada sheep country, Wild is the Wind" is now on at the Nortown theatre. Italian star Anna Mag-nani has the leading role and the cast includes Anthony Quinn and Anthony Franciosa. The story concerns a fiery woman who marries her deceased sis' ter's husband, only to find that the shadow of the departed lies between them in the guilt-ridden conscience of her new mate. In desperation she turns to the young man her husband looks upon as a son. The second feature, with Ray Milland, Anthony Qumn and Debra Paget starred, is "The Rivers Edge," a dra matic story of three people caught in a web of suspicion, each dependent on the other for survival. Millands role is that of a charming and persuasive con man and ruthless killer. Attorneys for Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds are to get together this week to work out a divorce that will end the three-year marriage of the film couple. And with the lawyers entering the picture, the barrage of statements that marked the break-up of the marriage last week sim mered of silence. Fisher withdrew to an undis closed hideaway to concentrate on his television show, which starts Sept. 30. Debbie spent a quiet weekend with her (wo chtl dren, and Elizabeth Taylor, whose dates with Fisher apparently touched off the marital explosion, stayed out of sight at her egents home. A friend of Fisher's said the 30-year-old singer will not con test Debbies divorce action so that a messy trial can be avoid ed. Funeral service held at Wadena WADENA (Special) - Walter Sunderland, resident of the Scrip and Wadena districts since 1906, died in Wadena Hospital recent ly. Funeral service was held in Wadena United Church, conduct ed by .. Rev. Ralph Jackson Burial was in Wadena cemetery, Mr. Sunderland was born in Wolford Centre, Ont., in 1385. He came to the Quill Lake district in September of 1906 to join his parents who had taken a home stead there. He filed on a home stead in the Scrip district just east of Quill Lake and fanned there' until his retirenemt in 1944 when- he moved to Wadena. He had resided there ever since and an invalid for the past six years the last two months of which had been spent in the Saskatoon and Wadena hospitals. He is survived by his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Garnet Booth of Kelvington: a sister, Mrs. P. A Haggard, Calgary; and two brothers, Charles, of Quill Lake, and John, of Rose Valley. Adult education classes planned ESTEVAN (Staff) Estevan adult education committee will hold Its annual meeting Wed nesday in the Roman Catholic church basement at 8 p.m, Mrs. G. Trout, secretary, said Monday that if those who contemplated taking classes during the coming session w-ould attend on Wednesday, the organizers would be able to find out what subjects are most popular. Annual reports will be heard and there will be an election of committee members. Classes are expected to begin about Oct. 1. Most of the instructors for last session's classes have said they will be available again in the coming session. Classes began In Estevan in March of this year and were not held in the summer. At Wednesdays meeing, circulars on adult education, pro- , duced by the department of j education, will be passed out. . , , , . j lllCIlKCllll piOUCCP succumbs at 79 VOCALIST: Long R featured vocalist with Guy Lombardos Royal Canadian orchestra, Kenny Gardner will be with the band when it play a 'dance and concert date In Regina on Tuesday, Sept. 30. The dance to be held in the armory, starts at 8.45 p.m. Gardner is married to Guy Lombardo's sister, Elaine. Big black bear bagged CARROT RIVER (Special) -A huge black bear, with paws at least six inches across and weighing between 530 and 600 pounds was shot by J. Boehm, a Carrot River businessman Thursday in an oat field, seven miles east ane one-half mile south of Carrot River. Mr. Boehm used two shots from a. 303 rifle to get the bear, and it took five men to put him into the trunk of the car to bring it to town. Bears are plentiful In the district and do a lot of damage to crops and even to breaking into granaries helping themselves to grain stored. Estevan prepares for civil defence ESTEVAN (Staff) City residents are being reminded of the necessity to prepare for atomic war this week by store window displays of civil defence literature. Special arrangements in connection with Civil Defence Day on Friday, were described by civil defence director Ralph King and communications officer Frank Marwood. Window-gazers have been learning what civil defence siren signals mean. The alert , signal, warmng resident to turn ' on the radio and listen for instructions, is a steady note last- r ing from three to five minutes. The take cover warning is a rising and falling note. 1 Information is also given in the window displays on fallout and shelters. Estevan is taking part in a contest in which civil defence organizations will receive a message which has to be transmitted to Regina despite supposed poor communications. It is the first contest of this type in which Estevan has taken part. NEW OCCUPATION CHALFONT ST. PETER, England i CP) Air Vice-Marshal Donald Bennett. 47, wartime chief of the RAF Pathfinder force which spearheaded bombing raids, has opened a factory in this Buckinghamshire village turning out "do-it-yourself" kits for building iports cars. Living Skyscrapers of Stone Thundering Across The Earth! MONOLITH MONSTERS Starring: Grant Williams Lola Albright STARTS TODAY I, Mile West af Junction of Highway i and TONIGHT AND TOMORROW s An All Color Program Full of Laughs and Thrills! Maureen O'Hara John Forsythe Tim Hoover "EVERYTHING BUT THE TRUTH" 2nd HIT AFRICAN LION' r;i ; ; r; Lana Turner Jeff Chandler LADY TAKES A FLYER Cinemascope Color Airstrip considered GRAVELBOURQ (Special) -Gravelbourg town council has undertaken to co-operate with the Gravelbourg Board of -Trade in the matter of the development of an airstrip for the community. Council is in receipt of a re- quest to Inaugurate a curfew at 10.30 p. m. for children under 16 years of age. A draft bylaw Is being prepared and will be studied at the next meeting. - The- annual sanitary report has been received from the health region authorities. While a great improvement has been noted in the sanitary environment, a considerable number of recommendations have been made to further improve the sanitary condition of the town. Council, by resolution suggested the following names for the water storage between Lafleche and Gravelbourg: The Wood River Dam" as a name for the barrier and Lake Thompson" for the body of water. The town clerk has again reported on tax collections. Over 80 per cent of current taxes have now been received and arrears on the tax blip have been considerably reduced. Dus is an all time record at this time of the year. Speedy driver is fined $35 SWIFT CURRENT (Staff) David Giesbrecht was fined $35 and cost when ne pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding in magistrates court this week before Magistrate C. D. C. Blackburn who also endorsed the licence of the accused. Blaine McCarthy was fined $25 and costs on a similar charge and had his bcence endorsed. He pleaded guilty to the charge. Throwing a bottle on a street and breaking it cost Brian Kearns $25. Oscar Shahecn pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to stop at a railway crossing, and was fined $15 and costs. His licence was endorsed. TONIGHT 2 Big Comedies It Eisbrat COLOR hVOTYSOK ?iurc DIRK BOGARDE MURIEL PAVLOW JAMES ROBERTSON JUSTICE (ADULT) AND HAL MARCH in "HEAR ME GOOD" Gates Open 7:30 Show Starts 8 p.m. A World of Savage Women Warriors! LOVE-SLAVES OF THE AMAZONS in Eastman Color TUI FAW1LT TBZATal S rslFECTLT Al COSDITIOWIB SOB TOl'B cowroii TTi'TTt P L KICHARD CONTE BROTHERS RICO Tivo injured at Wadena WADENA (Special) - Two persons were injured In three separate accidents reported In this district during the weekend. Paul Zemluk of Margo suffered bruises Saturday night when wagon and team he was driving w struck in the rear by a truck driven by Mike Chodiak, alsp of Margo. Considerable damage was done to the truck and the wagon box. Jack Liland, 16-year-old high school student here suffered a cut over the eye that required stitches when the truck he was driving lgft the road and smashed Into a deep ditch. He was accompanied by another Wadena student, Wayne Peace. Both were knocked out by the impaet which occurred late Saturday afternoon about three miles southwest of here. On Friday night a car driven by Dominie Prosser, who was travelling from Saskatoon to take charge of the Anglican church at Lintlaw, left highway 35, one mile north of Hendon junction and rolled. Damage was estimated at about $300. It is believed that the car struck a ridge of gravel. M last picture forthrleyearsi TODAY d. T:)t4fM4TWU YOU FRIENDLY THEATRE 4 n ;1 1 1 ;1 1 1 1 i ; i f Starts Today Tody and THE TOWN The People, All Regina Is Talking About Are On The Screen Here Is all you will ever know of life and love , . . for seldom has the screen taken a more meaningful look at human emotions. IM1 4r (ADULT) "THE LIVING SWAMP'' - In Ccler They could train the wild horns of the Mesa Country . . . But not the women who obsessed them both. T" I L ,f 4 j New building is completed NORTH BATTLEFORD (Special) Federal departments started moving Into the new North Battleford federal building Monday. The building, which cost about $330,000, will house federal offices now spread throughout the city. Each day of this week moves wilt be made, with all offices expert ed to be In the new premises by the end of the week. First office to be moved was I h e Unemployment Insurant Commission. Other agencies In the new building will include the department of veterans affairs; the Prairie Farm Assistance Act supervisor, the health of animals division, post office department, ustoms office and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police subdivision. The RCMP will be occupying temporary quarters, and are expected to move to their own building next year. . The former post office building, which housed some of tha agencies, is now up for sale. It was built In 1913 at a cost of $19,-200. The new federal building, a two-storey brick structure, was built by Wells Construction on a Main street site. It was started July 28 . last year. . (ADULT) For them it was a time to love and tiey seized it and held it as they held each other and the pounding of their hearts drowned out the sound of chaos that thundered shout them! ERICH MARIA REMARQUES A TIME TO LOVE. .JOHN GAVIN LlLO PULVER , JOCK MAHONEY- DON DtFORE- KEENAN WYNN ERICH MARIA REMARQUE . mat m FEATURE 1:57 4.2U 6.43 9.11 TWO STAR-PACKED ACTION HITS! PERFECT ENTERTAINMENT FOR AN EVENING OUT! umuiui larESNATtOMAl tun (ADULT) - . I , In Color and Cinemascope PLUS Smoking Permitted in the Balcony Today to Thurs. Anna Magnani Anthony Quinn Anthony Franciosa In (ADULT) Wild Is IheWind -hit no. t- Kfll or be killed In an adventure as high a the peaks that ripped the skies apart. Anthony Bay Debra Quinn Milland Paget RIVERS EDGE I A i!

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