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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Durante's inagk oing strong LAS VEGAS, Nev. (API Jimmy Duranlc opened his 5Glh year in show business hero, using the same magic thai so well when he began his career at Coney Island in Brooklyn in 1907. Durantc, 79, s .1 i d oftcr his opening show at the Sands llo- icl Wednesday that he will con- performing 'until Uie crowd iuJh me Lo quit." The Schnozola, who began his curee" 55 years ago lo the clay as a piano player in a restaur- drew tjirec standing ova- tions fiom a crowd that in- cluded Danny Thomas, Jack Benny. Ernest Borgnine, Desi Arnaz, Mariiu; Rave, Dale Rol> i ertson. 11 o r y CaJhotin, llflbort Vale Dressed in a baggy suit with but no belt or lie, and crowned '.rilh a grey felt hat. JJurante moved (lirougl: routine that included nothing newer than Septcmtwr Song. "1 don't think this sort of will ever die said JIMMY nuRAvn; sS-ycar v Complete Show Mondav Short -Subjocts "One Day in Uie Lite o[ Ivan Dcnisovicir1 One Complete Show COLLEGK Ralurd.ny anil Short Subjects "Song of the South" Last Complete Show Sunday Shorl Subiccts ''Song ol the South'1 Last Complete Show Nun-running ban call -Salurday, April 1, 1972 THE LHHBRIDGE HERALD 7 AeLors son. conlesls will MOW DELHI (Router) -For- eign Minister Swaran Singh re- jec-kil yeslctdny a call for a ban on tlic rwmitmenl of In- dian girls imis in lMir Human CnLhoHf an tfh commenting In iament on recent refxjrt by Lix; British Uroadcast-my Corp. on "nun-running" from Uie southern Indian stale of Ke- rala lo Italy. lie told iiidigiinnt questioners .should not be over-sensitive about 1L" and said inquiries by Indian diplomats showed re- ports of maltreatment were not well-rounded. l.OS ANGKLKS prubate last July. Gladys Lloyd Itobinson. 75, former wife of (he actor, last June G. Her will said her son was cut out of her (APJ Film stars Sydney Po- ilicr find Jlarty Jiclafontc havo arrived .'is of Tnn- lf> invali- date tliu of an Afrii-nn film iridiiHtry PoUicr said in an that on African film industry would U'.'jch 1) 1 a c k Afru'ans about their cultural herilaprj aiuJ r-pf-ml of dcco HAMILTON, Ui-rnmda fRcu- [pi-j Charlie Chaplin and wife Conn nrrivwl IILMC (or a brief .stay bcfaii" n Vorh and Ho'l will rcci.'ivo award next jn ing on to where J'e i Ocar nlh fur his .Cerv- Singh .said the d i p I o m a t A "because of hi.s unbear- able misconduct towards me, found that Ihe girls went to for cign convent 5 of their choice without monetary induce- ir.enl, and all 19 or more, i their average age 2-i. He said the girls were happy, healthy and well-adjusted ;md there was no discrimina'.inn against them in the convents. They v.'eit; given the same type of work as local novices. The jcpovt 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 the IVct-herland.s. ices lo the cinem-i It will be Cliaplin's first to Hie L'.S. if! n r s then 20 years. winch lias caused me R r e a t menial The bulk of the estate was left, in trusts to luo j daughters and a great-grand- daughter. DAR P3S SALAAM, Tanzania DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dc-r.lcl Mechan Suile B-304 5lh SI. S. Ph. 327-7i41 UNIQUE APPETITE Tom Montgomery, sheriff of Collin Counly Texas (left) found out wha) was happen- ing lo oil his lighl one of his prisoners Frank P. Reese was ealing ihem, When word of Frank's unique appeflle got ou1 he agreed lo give a demonElrallon to newsmen and proceeded to eat two lighl bulbs, when asked what be would have for desert lie promptly gob- bled down the sheriff's glasses. (AP Wirephoto) Pioneer U.S. newscaster dies YOUR PHILIPS DEAIEE WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. JACK'S ASSESS PROSPECTS (RcuLcrl Govern- ment officials of countries will tnooL here next u'cck to assess Commonwealth trade prospects and problems when Brit-ain joins Hie European Common Markcl. The Iwo-day p r i v a I ft conference opening Wednesday is expected In IK; under the rliLirmnnship rrf Ca- nadian Arnold Smitli. MIAMI BEACH (AP) Ga- j bricl IleaUcr, who kept wartime I audiences tuned to (heir radios v.ilh "there's good news lo- University of Lethbridge (1971-72 SEASON) The University of Lethbridge Choir by Kathleen Holt (piano) The Univenity Madrigal Singen Yates Memorial Centre Wed., April 5th, 1972-8.30 p.m. ADMISSION: ADULTS 42.00 STUDENTS 50vas an old. tired man and all I can say about bis rie.-ilh is Ui.il 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 1901. His lasl broadcast, over a Miami radio station, was May 23, 1965. SUFFERED STROKE Header suffered a stroke that partially paralysed his right side five years ago. The newscaster used to open every broadcast (luring Ihe dark days or Ihc Second War uilb "Ah, yes. (here's good news and Ihe news of lost battles nnd death connls 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 Ihe news dispatches for Just one gleam of he said recently. More than >15fl stations carried his broadcasts. His ad-lib broadcast of (lie I Bruno Haiiptmann execution in I IS3G kept the largest radio aurii- j cnce in history pined 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 conviclcd l.ind- bcrph baby kidnapper had died, Hrjitler said simply: "Bruno Hauptmann Is dead. Good nijslil." His simple stalcmctit and im- promplu coverage won him I vide, acclaim ,bul lio said lalcr i he closed his broadcast that :way 'not for effccl, bill simply i because 1 was tired and wanted i to go to slciip." THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In Th? LOUNGE SONGS BY "ELTON JACK" EVERY NIGHTI THIS WEEK ONLY "CABARET" WED. THUHS. SAT. WEDNESDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE THE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB EASTER BUNNY HOP SAT., APRIL 1st 8i30 P.M. Dance to the sound of ihs "FRANKLY BROTHERS" Fpo'uring music for every tai'n, MEMBERS A.ND GUESTS Regular admission Happy Easier lo everyonel THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "CLOUD' (from CALGARY) THIS WEEK ONLY THE CABARET WILL OPERATJ Thursday Saturday WEDNESDAY CABARET ADMITTED FREE! SEE TIME SCHEDULE FOR ALL SHOW TIMES NOW SHOWING RESTRICTED ADULT Clint Eastwood Dirty Harry SUNDAY at p.m. Molinee Monday ut 2; 15 p.m. ZlP-A-DEE-DOO-DAHl Wnlt Song Smith FAMILY COLLEGE NOW SHOWING SUNDAY p m. MATINEE MONDAY al p.m. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Monday thru Saturday April 3-8 FRED BLACK AND THE CADILLACS From GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA x'-jK at tho MEMBERS and GUESTS 733 13fh St. N. TONITE thru WED. TONIGHT at and p.m. Tin- ACCLAIM EYF.HY DAY FOR -o.vc DAY'S "BRILLIANT... A beautifully made film." .VfiCTV FAMItY "A virtually perfect film EXQUISITE." "I1EA UTIFL'L, careful depiction wonderfully "A beautiful and EXHILARATING SUNDAY "A SINGULAR ONE SHOW t ,i, fl.15 p.rn, ALEXANDER (N TflE UFF. OF IVAN DBMSOMCH Matinee Monday p.m. i 'ONE DAY IN THE L1FEOF IVAN OENISOVICH ;