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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1, If 70 TM Announcer Fired Due To Phoney English Accent FRONT ROW, CENTRE TORONTO ays, beating out Jane Fonda n Horses. Others: Liza Mimwni In The iterile Cuckoo, Jean Simmons in Tbe Happy Ending, and Mag- gie Smith in The Prime of Miss lean Brodie. BEST SUPPORTING ACT- RESS: Hawa in Cactus flower beating out Dyan Can- non in Bob and Carol etc. Others: Sylvia Miles In Mid- night Cowboy, Catherine Burns Jack Me in Easy Rider THs Is a personal choice. Gig Young in Honei k Nicholson's toughest probably competi boo, but the latter, I though offered a crisper portrayal in a movie which 'was hardly crisp. Others nominated: Ruper Crocse in The Reivers, Elliot Gould ia Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice, and Anthon; Quayle in Anne. in Last Summer (never shook save been and Susannah York in Horses. BEST DIRECTOR: Jota Sck- lesutger for Midnight Cowboy. Others: Directors of Alice's Restaurant, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, They Shoot Horses Don't They? and Z. BEST PICTURE: Midnight Cowboy. Others: Anne, Butch Cassidy, Hello, Dolly! and Z. Miscellaneous: Z as best for- eign film; Kauktrops Keep Fill- in Oa My Head, for best song; Butch Cassidy, for best origin- al story and screenplay, and .Midnight Cowboy, adapled screenplay. for best line with apes, but with storks. Petula Clark as his young wife gives a warm, sprightly performance. Goodbye, Mr. Chips is not a great movie. It never should have been a musical, and some times the secondary actors, and even OToole, seem to be laying on 'their Shakespearean training in a 1930-40 circum- stance. Nevertheless, It's entertain- ing, and better than most of FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES DANCE FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd p.m. Minic by BRIDGETOWN TRIO MEMBERS AND GUESTS WE1COMEI ADMISSION SI.50 nit PERSON LUNCH INCLUDED Involving tuch groups as traffic policemen of the wvld from 51 nations, the WateriooOxford Glee Ciub and Elrnire District Secondary School Band from Western On- tario, and Japanese student groups have been seen in the giant Festival Plaza. The RCMP win stage their famed Musical Ride in the plaza May 27-31 during Canada Week at the fair. More free entertainment is available at tbe Amphitheatre in youth-oriented Expoland. The Kitchener-area band and glee dub were early perfonnors and the rest of the program lists such high tcbool bands as those from North Vancouver and Okanagan, B.C., and Coiling, wood, Ont SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GREAT BANK Technicolor. Star- nag Zero Mosfel and Kim Norsk, Friday and Saturday, Apra 3 and 4. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special Sahrday matinee at p.m. "SON OF ROBIN color. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THOSE DARING YOUNG MEN IN THEIR JAUNTY Technicolor. Starring Tony Curtis, Jack Hawkins and Terry Thomas. Friday and Saturday. April 3 and 4, Friday (bow at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "FINIAN'S Technicolor. Starring Fred Asfaire, Petula Clark and Tommy Sleete. Friday, Satur- day and Sunday, April 3, 4, and 5. Friday show at p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Sunday evening at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "7 GUNS FOR THE MACGREGORS" In Technicolor. Starring Fernando Sancho and Agatha Ftory. Friday and Saturday, April 3 and 4. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday it p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS Starring Robert Kedford and Katharine Ron. Friday and Satim day, April 3 and 4. Friday at and p.m. Adult. Not suitable for children. Special Stiurday matinee Ham Christian Andenon'i "THE SNOW QUEEN." Show times and p.m. 5te per teat. Family. Mon Out riw FwiHy to They DM't TfceyT, the Paramount, packs' a punch In of it- self. Tbe movie depicts that pecul- iar misery of the Depression the marathon dance. For those who engaged in a mara- thon, it vu a case of suffering humiliation and 'grinding fati- gue at a time .when a square meal and-the hope of some money reason to endure tomorrow. In this particular dance, the camera picks put: Jaae a tough chippy who's tired of osing; Bonnie Beilelia as a preg- nant woman who dances to eat; York, a Harlcrw-type hopeful who keeps one eye on the audience for a scouting movie producer; Michael Sir- as a farm-bred innocent; and Red Bittou, a land-bound Navy man. '1 Managing tbe dance is Gig son of a dishonest faith fcealer who oodersUudj why the dancers fight so bard tn win and why he win prolong their agony if it nukes for a better snow. Yowza, yowia, he look it them dance the dance 'of destiny. And out beyond the four walls of tbe dance haTl are the aoop- kitchens, the hungry, the da- licences Decision Clarified 1 OTTAWA (CP) Decision by the Canadian Radio-Television Commission not to renew lic- ences for three radio stations in Ottawa, Toronto and Calgary was based on matters related to control and management, not to programming service, CRTC chairman Pierre Juoeau em- pirasized here.-'' Mr. Juneau was amplifying on the announcement Tuesday that licences for CKPM Ottawa, CHIN Toronto and CHFM-FM Calgary would not be renewed beyond Dec. 31. He had said m an interview Tuesday night tbe decision would force a complete change of ownership for tbe three stations. In an Ottawa dispatch Tues- day night. The Canadian Press reported the move wu based on generally poor service by the stations. On Wednesday, Mr. Juneau made it clear that programming sen-ice was not involved. Rather, tbe stations had failed to comply wiiJi CRTC policies, designed to ensure, as far as possible, good-quality broad- casting service. Tbe official announcement on the decisions said CKPM had not made clear to the CRTC its owDeislip and control, that shareholder disputes affected the operation of CHIN and that management had failed 'o maintain control of CHFM. North Village Restaurant located Juit East of New Safewoy 425 13th STREET MOUTH EVERYDAY SPKIAl! CIUB STEAK 7 01. 1.65 sSlRlOIN STEAK 8 oz. 1.85 STEAK 10 or. 1.95 PORTERHOUSE STEAK 17 oz.............2.25 MOUND STEAK 1.3O ill xrved with (ranch friti at malnxl potatoei, la lad ond from S a.m. til 8 p.m. daily Closed Sundays ond Holidays Make up a Party Come to EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT TONKSHT-Th. Mint Julepi SATURDAT-Th. Brau Corporation 9 p.m. to I a.m. 1 ADMISSION CkHi't DEN (Dnrmtoin Soirifc and Food Avoilabl.l ttie movie pertte. Itie problem b: does not deign to tie In the dance with thote soup-kitchens. The dancers to have sprouted from nowhere. I n place of tight dialogue which would have anchored the char- acters, the movie opts out for heavy symbology and unnecef- sary flash-forwards. The film "also flounden. be- cause of Fonda's hauls a dead man around the track because (he won't give in. In between her bitterness and cynicism at the movie's beginning and end, there u noth- 1 ing to support her ullinite de- sire for death. She may be tired of losing, but not of living. Yet, the movie recalls the extent to which men and women will go when there's no one back home to wire for money. Couples hang on each other, after more than hours of dancing, their feet moving in nn economy of energy, their eyes glazed and unseeing. With their pencil-ton eyelashes and 1934 hairdoes, they crawl for thrown pennies; they halluci- nate from lack of sleep; they perform for audiences who watch became there U nothing CANCER RESEARCH TORONTO (CP) The Na- tional Cancer Iwtibrte at Can- ada announced Thonday it will distribute more thac during 1970-71 (or cancer re- search, TV Institute said will be given out in M separate research grants and for assocUteshrpe, stU- and feDowshipi, CAPITOL THEATRE- Friday and Saturday Computer Wore Tennis Short SabjecU- Last complete PARAMOUNT and Saturday They Shoot Hones Don t Short Last complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Anne of a Thousand Days: Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Friday and Saturday Goodbye Mr. Short Subjects- Last complete Friday and Saturday PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Spring 1970-Public Swimming Instruction Program FRITZ SICK INDOOR POOL 1. THE PROGRAM A. MONDAY S p.m. clatMi for Red Crott ttg'mncr, Junior and Senior Cloisel will tommeno Mon- day. April 6th, 1970. Examination Day-Monday, 1970 (13 I. THURSDAY 1. p.m. Children'! dosses for Red CroM Beginner, Junior, Intermediate and Senior 2. p.m. 3. p.m. 4. p.m. Adult Mixed Classei al all Rod Crosi levell Claitei will commence Thursday, April 9th, 1970 Examinalion Day-Thursday July 2nd, 1970 (13 weela) C. SATURDAY 1. a.m. 2. a.m. 3. p.m. Children's Clones for Red Cress only 4. p.m. 5. p.m. Children's Classes for tod Cross Beginners (V Juniors Classes will commence on Saturday, April 25lh, 1970 Examinalion Doy-Salurdoy July 18, 1970 (13 wetks) n, MCiSTRATION A. Registrations for all of the above dosses will token at the Friz Sick Pool during public swimming hours commencing Friday, April 3rd, 1970 through Monday, April 6th, 1970 That In Friday April 3rd a.m. to p.m. p.m. la p.m. Saturday April 4th p.m. Sunday April 5ih p.m. p.m. Monday April p.m. B. Registralion fees are as follows: Children-Beginners and Juniors tl.75 Intermediates and Seniors 42.50 Adults -All levels...................... C. fltcse remember that class enrolment will limited so early regfitration Is recommended. D. For further information on these programs contact Mr. Tom Hudson, Recreation Program Co-ordinafor at 328-2341, local 236. i'illf TODAY and SAT. SATURDAY FKST SHOW AT rJA. OfftCE OPENS AT CJA. a laugfc riot! KKK 50e FAMILY TONITE Thro TUES. Evening at 7.40 p.m. HURRY ONLY 4 DAYS MORE OLLEGE, I N E M A 1 COLLEGE MALI 328-6300 z ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS MMO THI WHOU FAMILY MATTNEZ SAT. tt p.m. As ArihurF.'Jtcobi FroducUm starring OToole- Petula Clark JL... U_ FAMILY "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" COMING 'MAROONED1 with GREGORY PECK TONITE Thru TUES. NOMINATED FOR 9 ACADEMY AWARDS "BEST PICTURE RESTRICTED ADULT THEY SHOOT HOR8CS, DON'T THEY? STICK WC NWkaSMNM SUSMMHYOK UGULAK COMING NEXT 'Secret of Santa Vrttora' tn with ANTHONY QUMN emema NOW SHOWING f.m. A memorable motion picture. Nothing but praitt from everyone. See it Now! 10 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS INCLUDING: BESTriCTUHE BEST ACTOR BEST ADULT RICHARD BURTON GENEYIEVE BUJOLD M THC HAL WAIUS MAT1NM SAT. MS p.m. A UNIVERSAL fICUint Mutiiwes Next Week Wed. and Sat. only at S ;