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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Durante's magic going strong LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Jimmy Dufante has opened his 56th year in show business here, usmg same magic that vorked .so well when he began his career at Coney Island in Brooklyn in 1907. Durunlc, 79, s a i (I after his opening show at the Sands llo- icl Wednesday that he will con- tinue performing "until the crowd me to quit." The Sclmozola, who began his Ctiree" 55 years ago to the clay as a piano player in a lant, drew tiiree standing ova- lions from a erowtl that in- cluded Danny Thomas, Jack Benny. Ernest Borgnine, Desi Arnaz, ftlariha Have, Dale ertson. Hory CaJhoun, llobcrt Vale. Dressed in a baggy suit with but no belt or tie, and crowned mth a grey felt hat. Durante tlirough a routine that included nothing newer than Septcmticr Song. "1 don't think this sort of thing will ever die said people, approximately half ggj Durante wto performs twice population, each spend tv.u nightly, seven days a week, 20 hours before television sets, the weeks each year in Las Vegas report said. 1 showrooms. ant] llic coiiMimp- iion of alcohol probably ranks adds (he report. "Al- i face on UK television screen has 690 licensed public! looks familiar. Thfl voice is drinking spols where, alorm j sombre: will) inlake in private homes, 21 "I'm Dana Andrews, and I'm million gallons of beer, l.n mil- an alcoiioiic. lion gallons of wine, gal-! "I don't drinl; anymore, but Ions o.' liquor and 37 gallons of I used to.....all tlie time. JIMMY 55-vcar veteran Albertans big TV watchers EDMONTON (CP) ing television is the most popu- lar spare-time activity for Al- berta, says a report rm llic qual- ity of life by the Hunrjn lie- sources Research Council. Every evening about WASHINGTON (AP) The rider are consumed." The 30 year veteran of mo- EASTER DlINNER! ENJOY EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH find DINNER ot the E! Rancho roffrc iHOP HOURS 7 a.m. lo p.m. FRONTIER DININO fiOOM-11 a.m. to 9 p.m. LICENSED DINING LOUNGE Phone 327-570] for SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PINOCCHiO" In color. Saturday, April 1 at p.m. only. Family. Showing Saturday. April 1 at p.m. only. 'SKIN GAME1' In color. Starring James Garner. Lou Cosset and Susan Clark. Adult. Sunday, April 2 at Midnight. "DRACULA HAS RISEN' FROM THE GRAVE" In Technicolor. Starring Christopher Lee. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "SCANDALOUS JOHM" In Technicolor. Starring Brian Keith slid Alfonso Arau. Saturday, April 1. Show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "CIIISUM" In color. Starring John Wayne, Saturday am! Sunday, April 1 and 2. Show time each night at p.m. Family. PINCHER CRtEK Fox Themre "THIS SAVAGE LAND" In color. Starring George C. Scott, Barry Sullivan antl Katharine Hays. Saturday, April 1. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE RAILWAY CHILDREN" In color. Starring Dinah Sheridan and Bernard Cribbins, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, April i, 3 and 4. Saturday shows at and p.m. Family. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE EASTER HOLIDAY ACTIVITY PROGRAM APRIL 3 APRIL 7, 1972 ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Monday fhrougli Friday (April 3 Apnl 7, 1972) CHILDREN'S RECREATIONAL HOCKEY (free) Noon HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Monday and Wednesday [April 3 nnd 5, 1972) Noon Tuesday and Thursday (April 4 ond 6, 1972) a.m. CHILDREN'S RECREATIONAL HOCKEY (Free) SCHOOLS Gilbert Palerson, LaV.ev Galbrairh Monday through Thursday (April 3 April 6, 1972) RECREATIONAL BASKETBALL, VOLLEYBALL, etc. (FREE) SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM April 7 Monday Ihrough Friday 'April OPEN FOR VIEWING (FREE) p.m. Monday ond Thursday Evenin .1 and o, SPECIAL SLIDE PRESENTATION p.m. NOTE: Please refer to Ihe regular Public Swimming and Skating Ad on Ihe interlc inmenr Page eoeh Monday and Thursday, pertaining to thn schedule of times for Free Public Skating and Swimming al the City Recreational Facilities during the Easter Holidays. Lion picture acting stood be- side Transportation Secret a r y John Volpe yesterday watching tr'? TV scene with his wik. Volpc callrd the? ncwji confer- ence lo kick off a thrcc-ye-ar campaign lei make llic public aware of the growing problem of Completo Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Orw Day in the Life of Ivan Dsnisovich'1 Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich" Ore Complete Show Mondav Short Subject? "One Day in the Lite of Ivan Denisovich'' One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA fialunl.iv and Monday Short Subjects "Song of the South" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subiecls "Song of the South" Last Complete Show v.-ith ban call rejected DELHI (Reutcr) -For- eign Minister Singh rc- jet-twt yesterday a call for a ban on llic recniilmenl of In- dian girls as Human Catholic -Salurday, April 1, 1972 THE HERALD 7 Actor's sou contests nill nmis in thimpean aniveril.s. was commenting LOS ANGKLKS (AP) Aclor Edward G. Robinson's son will j be permitted to contest his mo'hcr's will even though lie was four months past Hie dead- j lint; aftor the will was entered in probate. Superior Court Judge Norman Dowds ruled licrc that Edward C. Jiouinson Jr., 3d, was men- tally incompetent and im- psychiatric treatment after liis mother's death ami up to the deadline. The youngcr Robinson was left only a tea scM, a baby chair and a painting of himself .'is a baby in the v.ill admitted to probate last July. Gladys Lloyd Robinson. 75, former wife of the actor, died last June G. Her will said her well-founded i smi was ner Singh said' the d i p i o in a I s i eslatc of his uiibear- found thai the girls went to for- i misconduct towards me, cign convents of tlieJr Parliament on recent refxjrt by tlie British Broadcasting Corp. on "nun-running" from Uie southern Indian stale of Ke- rala to Italy. He told indignant questioners Ve .should not be over-sensitive about It" and said inquiries by Indian diplomats showed re- porLs of maltreatment were not (AP) Film stars Sydney Po- itier find Ilarty hsvo arrived as guests of the Tnn- jjuvcrmncnt tf> investi- gate the of fUriing an African film industry, Poiticr said in an interview that an African film industry would tfNK'h b 1 a c k African-! about their cultural heritage and :-pr-ed tho process of HAMILTON, Ucrrnudn f Rou- ter) Charlie Cliaplin and wife Conn arrived here for a brief stay before on to New York and where lie will receive a Oscar award next jnunth fur his 5Crv- ices to the cinem.i. It will be Chaplin's first visit to the U.S. in m o r s than 20 yea rs I which, has caused me great choice without monetary induce- ment, and all were 19 or more, their average age was 23. He said the girls wore happy, healthy and well-adjusted and there was no discrimination against them in the convents. They u-erc given the same type of work as local novices. The report was compiled by Indian ambassadors, high com- missioners and their senior offi- cials in West Germany, Bel- gium, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Britain, France, Ireland and tlw Netherlands. mental anguish." The bulk of the estate was left in trusts to two grand- daughters and a great-grand- daughter. DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A, HQSACK Certified DerJcl Mechanic Suife 6-304 5lh Si. S, Ph. 327-7244 UNIQUE APPETITE Tom Montgomery, sheriff of Collin County Texas (left) found out what was-happen- ing to all his light bulbs; one of his prisoners Frank P. Reese was ealing (hem, When word of Frank's unique appefife got out he agreed lo give a demonstration to newsmen and proceeded to eat two Mghl bulbs, when asked what he would have for desert fie promptly gob- bled down the sheriff's glasses. (AP Wirepholo) Pioneer U.S. newscaster dies VOUR PHILIPS DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. JACK'S ASSESS PROSPECTS LONDON (Reutcr) ment officials of Commonwealth countries will meel here next week to assess Commonwealth trade prospect.? and problems when Britain joins Hie European Common Market. Tile twCMiay private conference opening Wednesday is expected to be under the diairmanslup rtf Ca- nadian Arnold Smith. MIAMf BEACH (AP) Ga- briel Ileatter, who kept wartime audiences tuned to their radios "there's good news to- University of Lsthbridge (1971-72 SEASON) I-eaturing The University of Lethbridge Choir Aiiiited by KathEeen Holt (piano) The University Mndnga] Singers Yates Memorial Centre Wed., April 5th, 1972-8.30 p.m. ADMISSION: ADULTS 42.00 STUDENTS 50< Ticked available from LEISTER'S MUSIC ITD. SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR, UNIVERSITY CLfJ CORNER 2nd AVE and I3lh ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT TONITE SOCIAL EVENING SAT., APRIL 1 9 p.m. 1 a.m. COUPLE Music by "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guests! died here a I the age o! 81 at the Miami Heart Institute following a five-year illness. Heattcr, whose deep baritone brought the London blitz and the Pacific jungle into North American living rooms, died of pneumonia, his son-in-law, Ralph Daniels, said: "He was an old. tired man and all I can say about his death is that it is good news for has suffered so much for so Daniels said. The pioneer newscaster re- tired from his national nightly broadcasts on the Mutual net- work in 1961. His last over a Miami radio station, was I May 23, SUFFERED STROKE Header suffered a stroke tiiat partially paralysed his right side five years ago. The newscaster used to open every broadcast during Ihe dark days of Hie Second World War with "Ah, yes. there's good news and Ihe news of lost battles and death cmmls was always saved until later. "Bad news was so over- whelming then that I felt some- one had to combat it. so I would search the news dispatches for just one gleam of he said recently. More than 4Sfl stations carried I his broadcasts. His ad-lib broadcast of the! Bruno Haiiptmann execution in i kept the largest radio aurii- i cnce in history glued lo Ihe wireless for 53 straight minutes, according to later polls. Finally, when a signal man at the York prison flashed a light that the convicted Mnd- berph hahy kidnapper bad died, Hratler said simply: "Bruno Hauptm.lnn Is dead. Good night." His simple statement and im- promptu coverage won him wide acclaim ,but lie said later he closed his broadcast that i way 'not for effecl, but simply because 1 was tired and wanted i to go lo sleep." THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In Tin LOUNGE SONGS BY "ELTON JACK" EVERY NIGHTI THIS WEEK ONLY "CABARET" WED. THURS. SAT. WEDNESDAY-EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE THE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB EASTER BUNNY HOP SAT., APRIL 1st P.M. Dance to the sound of tho "FRANKLY BROTHERS" Feo'uring music for every tas'n, MEMBERS AND GUESTS Regular admission Happy Easter to everyone! THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "CLOUD" (fron, CALGARY) THIS WEEK ONLY THE CABARET WILL OPERATE Thursday Saturday WEDNESDAY CABARE7 EVERYONE ADMITTED FP.EEI SEE TIME SCHEDULE FOR ALL SHOW TIMES NOW SHOWING RESTRICTED ADULT Clint Eastwood Dirty Harry f ViVVUIiOff 1 tCHMCOL Mrt-jftf Brol. A SUNDAY at p.m. Moliree Monday ut 2; 5 p.m. Smith COLIEGE CINEMA COLLEGE NOW SHOWING SUNDAY p.m. TEUI.MIOLOR MATINEE MONDAY al p.m. FAMILY NIGHTLY ENT ERTAINMENT Monday thru Saturday April 3-8 FRED BLACK AND THE CADILLACS From GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA at tho MEMBERS and GUESTS 733 13fh St. N. TONITE thru WED. TONIGHT at and p.m. THI: ACCLAIM n 5 H y DA i FOR UA r; "BRILLIANT... A beautifully made film." FAMILY "A virtually perfect film... EXQUISITE." "I3EA UTIFUL, careful depiction wonderfully planed." -Frnrlorf Cilliall. 1 hr .'.ft, "A beautiful and EXHILARATING SUNDAY "A SINGULAR ONE SHOW ol P m' ALEXANDER (ME MY w_ TO'.'COtlRIFI.'tY, IN THE UFT- OF IVAN DEMSOMCH Matinee Monday p.m. "ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF IVAN ;