Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Montloy, 1. 1977 1HF LETHDRIDGf IIECAtn To receive honorary Oscar Charlie Chaplin to be honored at Academy Award ceremonies lly HOll THOMAS HOLLYWOOD CAP) The lilllc tramp is reluming to the Hollywood ho helped make fa- mous. He'll find (lie old place changed. CHAHI.II: CHAPLIN slill at S3 Chaplin, 83, wUI be the Rue.st of honor wlteit the 4 awards of the Academy of Mo- tion Picture Arts and Sciences ire given at Hie las Angeles iliisic Centre April ID. He will ic handed an honorary Oscar 'or "Uic incalculable elFcvt lie lias had in making motion pie- luros (lie art form of this cen- tury." The comedian and co-founder Mary Pickford, Douglas Fail-banks and D. W. United Arlists will find a dif- icrcnt film industry room the (crcnt film industry from the In 1952, when Chaplin went to Europe, then found his U.S. visa revoked, the American film in- dustry was slill operating full lilt. All the major studios Imd rRe rosters of contract stars. Today, two of Uie studios have disappeared, olhers are merg- hif! their facilities. All are limp- ing along with a minimum of production. Perhaps il is natu- ral that this year's Academy Awards will concentrate on the past. ACCENT ON NOSTALGIA "Tlic accent this year will be on glamor and nostalgia." says Ihc show's producer, Howard Koch. One long-lime tradilion will be broken. Bob Hope will not ap- pear, due to a conflict in televi- sion sponsors. The show will [caturo such cuieecs as Sammy Davis, Alan King, Jack Lcm- :ion and Helen Hayes. The control altraclion of the Oscar cast remains Ihe awards jiiselvcs. Each year brings greater siispcn.se, because there jire rarely cinch winners any- more. That makes the predic- tor's work ever harder. But pre- dict v.'c must, so Best A Clockwork Orange captured honors from the New York film critics, ils raw violence and sex do not turn on the; academy's mature voters. The race appears to be bc- Iween The Last Picture Show and The Trench Connection.' choice: The Last Picture j not as compelling as Pattcdi. Hiomo.sexu.il duilor in Sunday Mary, Queen of Scots; (Hernia with the former favored be- slum-. [Walter 7.1 ntlh.au won many liloody Sunday and (Jcnc Hack- Jackson, Sunday Hloody Sim- calisc of its more arlislic pre- HIM Last year's win-] hearts willi Kotch. as did man. tlie rclcnllcss top ol Tito .day; .land Suzman, Nicliolas tensions. If those two films split IKT gc C. Scott is up Cor in Fiddler on the Hoof. I'Ycruh Because ol nnd Alexandra. the vole, the award could go to Tlie Hospital, Fiddler on Ihc Hoof. which he Tlie real contention seems ID the voters disasle for the Finch another .strong role but IJR Pclir Finch as the Western Canada Native WINTER GAUIS BANQUET El Rancho Motor Hotel LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA April 6th, 1972 at 7 p-m- Head Gnesls: BILL RUSSELL ARCHIE MOORE (Ex basketball player for Boston Celtics) (Ex World Light heavy we] g champion) STEAK DINNER Per Person, Father and Son available of Plainsman Sports CJOC Radio Station Chamber of Commerce leister's Music El Rancho Motor Hotel CHEC Radio Station Lefhbridgo Herald Koinal Now i, Cardston COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE SWIMMING imming p.m. FRITZ SICK POOL Tues., April -1 Ffoe Public iv Wed., April 5 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Free Public Swimming p.m. Free Family Swimrning p.m. Public Swimming............... p.m. (Rogulor Admh-JcrO Thuis., April 6 Frco Public Swimming.......... p m Frl., April 7 NOON HOUR SWIM p m. Public Swimming p.m. Fvne Family Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. (Regular Admission) Aprit 8 Public Swimming 4.30 p.m. Surv. Ap.il t Public Swimming............... p.m. foniily Swimming 6.00- p.m. Mon April 10 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tucs., April 4 Frco Public Skoling 2 00- 4-00 p m Wed., Annl 5 Free Public Skating 2-00- 4-00 p m Beginners Stating p.m. (Regular Admisiion) Tiiurs., April 6 Frco Public Storing rf.OO p.m. Fri., April 7 p.m. p.m. 2 00. J 00 n r Frco Public Sknling Public Staling............. (Rogulor Admission) 'Pubhf. Slnlmn (Regulo, Admission) HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Tups., April i free Public Scoring 2 00- 4 00 n m Thurs. April 6 I Free Public Staling 2.00. t.00 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE 7ucs., April 4 Free Public Skating p m. Wed., April 5 Free Public Skalmg p.m. Thurs April 6 Free Public Skoling 1.00- p ni Fri., April 7 Frco Public Skaling p.m. NOTE: There will be no Public Skaling Q( Ihe Hcndeuon Park Ice Centre on Friday, April 7, 1972. On Saturday, April B, 1972 Public Skating ij cancelled nl all of ths Ice Centres clue to previous booking commitments. EFFECTIVE APRIL 9, 1972 THE ICE CENTRES WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE SEASON New family allowance plan- opposed by opposition MPs role, JlaclMiian seems lavorcrl. Clmk'c: Cene llackman. Host a slrong race this year, .lane Fonda, the resourceful call girl of Klule. faee.s four IlrHi.sti actresses: Miss Jacli.son is Ihe stronpcsl of UK; forx'igrx'i.s, but ilia InsL year. rlumr: FDIKI.'I. lli'Sl Again it's rate I) e I e e 11 Tlit I-'ronoh I mill "-.1 i Jule Chrislie, McCabe and Mrs. Miller; Vanessa II c d g r u v o. OTTAWA (CP) Jack Ciillen at the higher levels could be re- Leprosy aid Jied lo clmrcli promotion TORONTO (CP) Some of (he world's estimated JO million lepers could receive beller med- ical treatment if Ihe established churches would "get away from the missionary connotation that's been associated with lep- Waller II. Davis says. "We're trying to shake the churches up a bit." said Mr. Davis, president of the Cana- dian Leprosy Council. "We are appealing to tlie chttrches, the church organiza- tions, which support practically 90 per cent of leprosy programs, lo try lo bring their programs into the mainstream of modern medicine under the competent direction of the World Health Organisation.'J He said church programs now are driving the socially stigma- tized disease farther under- ground because a lot of money raised for leprosy is being used in stressing the religious aspect of the particular denomination. "These people out there are just not getting a square deal as !-.r as medicine is Mr. Davis said. (L-Sarnia) was winding up a tuniei Commons attack on Conserva- tive and New Democrat Mi's for opposing Uio government's new family allowance plan. The plan would scrap univer- cheque lo the mother dians, 1'uosc earning to for every substitute llolicrt C. Coates a program paying more to fami- Ciimbcrl.iiid-Clochcslcr North) lies on lower incomes with pay- said they pay the mcnts cut off for Ihe middle-to- 1 the government through income taxes. Conservatives also argued Miat Liberals have loaded the lion's .-hare of the whole lax hurd'jii on middle income Cana- I ''I agree that the middle in- arnounts but don't reap beu- antl are beginning to sec the government as "a blood- sucker, a real leech.'1 "Tenonce Murphy (L Saull Sle, Marie) tliis view: Visiis troops K1MOSTO.V, Jamaica lerj Defence Miriister Edgar Benson of Canada is on an j inspection visit lo Canadian Iroops training in Jamaica. The 900 soldiers are from Hie 1st Canadian Airborne Division and aic linked in Porlland. cast- Kriedkin. and The Pictme Show, directed by IMcr Dogda- ruiuch AKrt in the ninning are Stanley Kubrkk for A v.ork Or.ing'.1, Numian Jewison (lieu-! for Fiddler on the Roof and JMm Schlesijigev tor .Sunday Bloody Sunday. Choke: Peter Mogdanovich. come group in Canada mav be f UTldel C'lllll u .IU1UIU III IL1UVIJII caiTying more iLs share of ror tin 1nv llll vs'hcie Ihey uig in i upper levels. Benjamin giiia-Lake Centre) asked Mr. Cullen whether he is for or apainst universality. I am against universal- ity it does the kind of thing ttle old bill did, that is give money to people who don't need Mr. Cullen replied. Did (his mean he would apply income selectivity to "farmers who receive acreage pay- Mr. Benjamin asked. They go to farmers without re- gard to income. Mr. Cullen said "I am nol going lo fall into that trap" and sal down. ON Ml'.TlKII) Jord anan JERUSALEM (AP) Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Dayan insist that tlie Jordanian army must no! be allowed to return to West Jordan alter the tax. However, lliat system higgest j has b: en accepted as (be proper i .system in Canada for decades.'1 1 He also rcjr-c.-trd the taN-it- bai-k idea ot the Conservatives and XDP. but only hy saving family allowance payments are ncl counted as income. 'The time for universality in Canada has Mr. Mur-1 piiv said. APP1.IIOI) EI.SEH'IIERK N e w Democrats countered this argument by saying that the government applied univer- sality in its recent personal in-1 come tax reduction. This was Ihree per cent across Ihe board month. DIETRICH DENTURE CMNIC liOSS A. HOSACK Certified Dt'nlul Mechanic Suile B-304 5lh Si. S. Ph. 327-7144 lellibridol peace is meaning a The exchange pointed up a arises, we have complete con- parly philosophy battle that ran !lro) cf Hie H'est Dayan throughout last week's debale j sald state television inter- on family allowances. reached between Israel and Ihe Arabs, and Jews must be per- on taxable milled to settle along Ihc Kivcr modest benefit fur those on the low- end of Ihe income ladder but a sizeable reduction for those on the upper rungs. As Edward Broadbent f.N'DP noted, a two-child family with annual In- Jordan. "We must eerlainly be In a position where, if (he need Conservatives and Dem- o e r a t s found Ihem.selves in agreement on universality, say- ing it should be retained. They argued that payments lo those CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PAINT YOUR WAGON" In color. Starring Lee Mar- vin, Clint Eastwood1 and Jean ScberR. Monday, Tuesday ami Wednesday. April 3, 4 and o. Monday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children, TABER Tower Theatre "THE RAILWAY CHILDREN" In color. Starring Dinah Sheridan and Bernard Crihbins. Monday and Tuesday, April 3 and 4. Monday shows at and p.m. Family. view Friday. "There can he no other army there.'1 A peace agreement with Jor- dan, Dayan said, "must lie one that enables us to settle any- where in that region." Jews Moke Business A Pleasure! For your business luncheon enjoy hcarly food and prompt friendly service. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Phone 327-5701 Enjoy Our Businessmen's luncheon Server! Ev Monday lo horn 1 r30 lo 7 p.m. come of S3.000 would get a tolal: benefit of S2m a year under the new family allowance program. Under the lax cut passed pre- viously, a family with must also be free lo settle in the Arab Gaza Strip, he added. Jordanian King Russeiji's re- cent proposal for a Palestine province on the West Dank, in-] side Jordan, was "worse than Dayan said, Ijecause Hussein would have no control over the area until he makes peace with Israel. annual income would save This would climb to S.123 at about SMC at SiO.MO and on up (o S1.G11 at SIKJ.OOO. As to Mr. Murphy's argument that family allowances are not lax.iule. there is no apparent reason why they could not. be marie taxable if [lie government dr-sired. When Ihe Liberals Increased ity in Israel." About Arabs live in the Israeli-occu- pied Jordanian zone. WESTERN CANADA NATIVE Q 7, 8, 9, 1972 ON THE BLOOD INDIAN RESERVE STANDOFF, ALBERTA OPENING FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1972 EVENTS Hoc'ley Boxing TEAMS A Mnniloba Saskatchewan A Albeda flrilisli Columbia Yukon Northwest Terrifoiiei Nova Scotia For further inlormofion contact MRS. CAEN BtY MR. PHIt Kulnoi Newi MISTAKEN CHIEF 'OBIN KING Cardilon Box 391 Rancho Motor 653.4012 Ctrdilon LelJihridgB 737.3754 327.5701 Outdoor pool claims life of boy, 1 RED IX3ER (CP) An out- door swimming pool left two- i thirds filled w a 1 claimed the life o[ a four-year- old boy HCilP said Ihc body of Kirby Lance Simeon was found in the water and ice filled Dealh was apparently caused by dialling, but coro- ner Or. A. Carter said an inquest would be held, IL was reported (lie poo! was surrounded by a high fence hut Itiere was a gap under the gate through which a small chilt crmld crawl. put a number of new items into the taxahle income hcallh plan payments made by an employer on behalf of an I employee, for example. University of Lethbridge (1971-72 SEASON) Featuring The University of Lethbridge Choir GEORGE SKIPWORTH-Conductor LOUIS CHAPMAN-Accompanist Kolhlwn Holl The Univarjily Madrigal Singen lichcl: Yafes Memorial Cenfro Wed., April 5th, 1972-8.30 p.m. ADMISSION: ADULTS JIUDFNIS iOi lablt From LEISTER'S MUSIC VTD. SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR, UNIVERSITY Today's Showtimes Short Subjects "Dirty Harry" Last Complete Show PAIMMOUXT CINEMA Short Subjects Day in the Life of Ivan Dcnisovieh" Last Compete Show rOI.LKfili CINEMA ShorL Subjects "Song of Ihc South" Last Complete Show NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Monday thru Saturday April 3-8 FRED BLACK AND THE CADILLACS From GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA at the MEMBERS and GUESTS 733 13th St. N. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. A. E. CROSS STUDIO 328-01 IT PHONES 32B-0222 CALLING ALL VIMY VETS TO THE Sth Anniversary Vimy SPONSORED BY THE GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 1 OF THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION FRIDAY, APRIL 7th, 1972 In The Memorial Hall Isf Ave. and 9th St. S. Refreshments p Bonquel p m. ENTERTAINMENT TO FOUOW Plense pFtone tlie Legion Office, 327-6644 if you plan to allencf Ihis (unction A GOOD ATTENDANCE IS REQUESTED ''BRILLIANT... A beautifully made film." "A singular experience... TONIGHT InrU VtftU. At cmd 9r30 P.m. FAMILY Clint Eastwood AI nnd p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT FAMILY 111 IIMMIMIII TONIGHT ond TUES. At and p.m. Matinee Tuei, nnd Wed. at p.m.