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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta The LethbtidgeHerald Fourth Section Lethbrldge, Alberts, Wednesday, April 3, 1974 33-40 Last minute practice With the Kiwanis Music Festival happening this week, young musicians are sneaking in that last minute practice anywhere they can. Herald carrier Bill, right, with brother Jack Smienk, 1248 5th Ave. S., were caught by Herald photographer Rick Ervin, mixing business with practice. THE NOOK will be Opening Soon! Clowns hard to come by in Metropolitan Toronto TORONTO (CP) Metropolitan Toronto has been hit by a clown shortage, a Scarborough man says. Tom Turner, chairman of the borough's parades and entertainment committee, saysjhe shortage came to his attention about a year ago. The borough used a profes- sional clown troupe from Belleville, OnL, for July 1 parades in 1971 and 1972, but recreation officials thought the expense too high. Mr. Turner, in search for clowns for the 1973 parade, found them hard to come by. So, he decided to organize a lo- cal, volunteer troupe. And the troupe has attracted a variety of persons between 14 and 49. Tom Gibson, a 17-year-old high school student, says a transformation takes place as the makeup and costume are put on. "A certain mood comes over you, and you'll do things you wouldn't normally do." Jack Rye, an officer worker, says playing a clown is a welcome break in serious discussions about rising prices and fuel shortages. Dorothy Rootham, mother of seven, said the troupe has helped her use up spare time since her family grew up and Sill Starts Thurs., April 4th Ends Sit., April 13th 10% 10 DAYS ONLY OFF ALL STOCK Our cake has surprises alsol If you get a 10 In yoir uko 20% off yoir purcksso 50 lR IfoiT caki Qff yoir pirchiM IOC In yiir ctki Vz off yoir pirckisi 250 ii yoir nki FREE pair iff MfliRfliNJO SHOES Thursday till p.m. left home. Rob Holliday, 14, says being a' clown has helped fulfil his childhood dream of joining a circus one day. The 23-member troupe prac- tises twice a month. And members are kept busy appearing in parades, at picnics and at parties for children or senior citizens. Dim view TORONTO (CP) Rita McKay's new color television took a dim view of CBC's re- cent screening of the con- troversial Mordecai Richler comedy Bell's of Hell. At the critical point where Henry Morgan entered a topless massage parlor, the set broke down and smoke began pouring put of the back. Firemen had to be called, in to douse the small blaze. Comments flattering Kissinger's bride, 'charming' New Yerk Tunes NEW YORK "Henry has said that she baa been bis life- line and she is very much said a close associate of the woman who became Mrs. Henry A. Kissinger this "past weekend. Most of the friends of the former Nancy Maginnes, respecting what one of them called "her mania for are reluctant to have their names used, although their comments are, with few exceptions, positive and flattering. "A mutual friend once made some remark about her that was reported in the press and Nancy was recalled a former colleague, who worked with her for some years on the foreign affairs research staff of Nelson A. Rockefeller when he was governor of New York. "She is so another Family friend said. "She has the attitude that people of good taste stay in the background. She must have been mortified by all those starlets capitalizing on Dr. Kissinger." Although Kissinger's name has been linked with movie personalities from Jill St. John to Liv Ullman, there was never any doubt among those who knew them both, that if the secretary of state were to remarry he was divorced Calendar There will be a joint meeting for all members of the Fraternal Order of Eagles anil the Ladies Auxiliary at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Eagles Hall. The 10 Bn. Calgary Highlanders Association will hold the annual reunion and dinner April 20 at the Palliser Hotel in Calgary. The bar opens at p.m. followed by dinner at p.m. Guest speaker will be Roy Farran, minster of telephones and utilities for the provincial government. Laurel Chapter, 43, Order of the Eastern Star, in conjunction with all Southern Alberta chapters will present Montana Night at 7 Saturday in the civic centre. Members are reminded to bring-their receipt for dues. The First United UCW executive meeting will be held at p.m. Thursday. The Irish Canadian Society of Lethbridge will hold a skating party for all members from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday at Adams Ice Centre. Gingerbread House Pre- school will host a workshop for Lethbridge and district kindergarten and pre-school teachers at a.m. Friday EASTER PARADE In lovely NEW DRESS 'from our large Of half XZM DRESSES Sizes to26Vs NEW YORK FUR 4 DRESS SHOP M4A 3rd S. PhOM 327-3276 VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS 904 7th Avenue S. Al VMita'c you Phone 329-4545 boon atbto to pufcnoaM jrouf niMM'for i why not COAWHM DuHnu CM SMI 'yfiuh WEEKLY SPECIALS GrtlrrsBMf BOOfSOMOfOS FrMhDMy ...................fc 89 PirlySticks..................................3S239 aVVIvHeW i Pork Chops PefkStotks............................... avHlM Belt ib Shop at yew Vsnta's Economy Meats Old prictQ tor oiMlHy Join succsaa at Vanta'sJ in the HonpaDuddhist Church, 3511 Forestry Ave., Lakeviev. Guest speaker will be Gweu Leavitt, department of education early childhood services co-ordinator for the Lethbridge area. Members of the Women's Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Gait School of Nursing will observe National Hospital Week on May 10 with their Annual Hospital Day Tea and Cake Fair from 2 to 4 p.m. in the residence auditorium. The Hi Neighbor Club will hold a dance from 45 to p.m. Thursday in Westminster School, 5th Avenue and 18th Street N. The DDJ's orchestra will be in attendance. from the former Ann Fleischer in 1964 after 15 years of marriage his bride would be the tall, blonde, chain-smoking Nancy Maginnes. "She's a very good balance a long time and she accepts him as he a Rockefeller associate said. "During thel968 Republican campaign, they used to meet a lot and we were all she recalled. "You couldn't miss them. She was so tall and he was so small." Mrs. Kissinger is nearly 6 feet tall. Kissinger is 5 feet 8 inches. Another friend, commenting on Mrs. Kissinger's height, said: "She carries her height very well. She's not gawky, he seems bigger because he's so dynamic." Mrs. Kissinger, who now directs international studies for the Commission on Critical Choices for Americans, which is headed by Rockefeller, met Kissinger about 10 years ago when both were working for the governor. "Dr. Kissinger's personality took a sharp veer a former colleague said. "Before his divorce, he was detached and very professional. After the divorce, he became more relaxed and more interested in women. It wasn't very long before he started going out with Nancy." To the men and women who know her well, Kissinger is an intelligent, capable and warm woman, with a great deal of charm, a good sense of humor, and an "iron sense of integrity." "She's a verry good balance for him, and terribly devoted to commented Mrs. Max Ascoli, who has entertained the couple on a number of occasions. "They seem to be very comfortable together. Some couples get along well but there is a lot of tension beneath the surface. They aren't like that." Mrs. Ascoli, who describes herself as "not a big intellectual said she had always enjoyed visiting with Miss Maginnes. "I found her very easy to chat with. She's interested in clothes and all kinds of things. She's a very feminine woman." Mrs. Kissinger, who would normally wear a size 8 but generally settles on a size 10 or 12 because of her height, has a "special" saleswoman at Saks Fifth Avenue and counts Adolfo and Bill Blass among her favorite designers. "Her idea of a really good one friend said, "would be to go on to a small gathering of knowledgeable people who were interested in foreign affairs." "Conversation tended to turn to ideas when Nancy was another woman friend said. "The talk wouldn't lapse into gossip. She's not one to sit and laugh and scratch with. She's not accessible that way." 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