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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Edmonton theatre gets Charges dropped EDMONTON (CP) Edmon- ton's Citadel Theatre will re- ceive a operating grant Iliis year and the provincial government also is studying tho possibility o( making a capital grant, Youth and Culture Minis- ter Horst Schmid said today. Mr. Schmid said the Canada Council docs not provide capi- tal grants and (lie province is reviewing the possibility c! making such a grant to the theatre which has plans for a new building. He said provision of the op- erating grant was made on a formula which included 50 per cent of ticket sales, 20 per cent from the Canada Council and 10 per cent each from the city and province and from dona- lions. books COALDALB (HNS) Circu. lation in 1971 at the Coaldalo Centennial Library was books, councillor Mrs. Ema Goertzen told the annual town ratepayers' meeting here re- centlv. This is down from 1970. The town library now has n membership in the Lethbridgo library. Mrs. Dean Cofcll, li- brary custodian, will obtain a particular book from the Lett) bridge library if the local ono does not have it. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suile 8-304 5th SI. 5. Ph. 327-7244 Lclhbridgi I.OS ANUELI.CS fRcutcr) [tape charges dropped icre ngainst Gary Lewis, 26, son of comedian Jerry Lewis, after a municipal court judtfe was (old the 19-year-old alleged victim did not wish to proceed. Judge Edward Davenport dis- missed charges against both Lewis and his friend Arnold Rosenthal, 2y, in whose apart- ment the rape allegedly took place March Lewis was arraigned last Fri- day on a charge of possession of dangerous drugs arising out of a separate incident when his car was stopped by police March 23. He pleaded not guilty and the case was set for (rial in Van Nuys municipal court in North Los Angeles March 29 Blacks, Britons siveep awards YORK (It e u I e r) t costume designer IInil trading shares ___ Wednmday, April 5, 1975 _ THE tETHBRIDGI HEUAID 7 CAN HK RKCYCLKI) cereal boxes ami shiny Newspapers, carious, box-1 paper msgnzincs can all be re- egg I'arlons, pucldinf; 1 cycled. ___ Blacks and Britons shared top nominations announced Monday for the 20th annual Tony awards -Rroaclway's equivalent to Hollywood's Os- cars. Two Montrealers uere also among those named. The black-oriented musical Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural designer. Death look seven nominations and Two Gentlemen of Verona, whose cast is made up of two black and two white actors, look nine nominations. The two works shared tho slate for best musical, book for a musical, score and director. and lighting swept. thq British Imports awards last year. FOK BEST PLAY Ofher shows nominated tor best play are Neil Simon's Pris- oner of 'Second Avenue, a com- edy about life in New York City, and Slicks and Bones aboul FIRE KILLS 7 ANKARA, Turkey (Renter) A family of six and a guest died in a fire which destroyed their home in Kaldirayak village in the Black Sea province of Siuop Tuesday, fhe governor reported. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenuo South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS If a bingo is not colled in 49 Nos. it will be played out for a Jackpot NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWED1 PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ElKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS Thursdoy-April 6th-VAGABONDS Friday, April 7th-BLUfiS Saturday, April Slh-METROS DOWNSTAIRS -CHEMOS UPSTAIRS NOTTINGHAM, England (Router) Comedian Ken Goodwin is not laughing today. Someone broke into his hotel room here during the weekend and stole his jokes. Typed lists of hundreds of jokes were taken, along wilt) scripts for tel- evision stage shows. "The jokes were in a folder with my name on Goodwin said here. "I appeal to tho thief to send them back. It's not funny." blind Vietnam veteran who re- turns from war. Other musicals nominated in- clude Grease, about rock 'n' roll and high school life in the 1850s, and Follies, about former Zieg- feld Follies stars. Follies is also nominated for best book which was written by Plays by British writers in- James Goldman, along with eluding Harold Pinter, Robert Grease whose book was written ...j CV..I- Jim jacohs warren VANCOUVER of 'n Suds Kood Services Ltd. uun_> suspended from trad-1 ii'l! liy the Vancouver stock Ex- at (lie close of trading Tlll'-tl.'jy. T.-.e Dimension was at the; cunijKuiy's request to allow for ri'-oi-jwiiiyatioii of its affairs. An order halting all trading wai, ii-suwl bv the Britis'i Co- luml.ia Securities Commission. 'Iho t'cmprmy. through sub- siduirk'.s. operates a chain of limited- me mi drive-ins in Can- adu. It holds a Canadian fran- chise from a United Stales company. TiK- registered office is in Vancouver and ihe head office in Saskatoon, Sask. Bolt, and even William Shake- speare figure heavily In tho Cascv. John Guarc and nominations for the awards to are nominated for (lie j be announced April 23. [jook 0[ TWO Gentlemen o! Ve- Pinter's Old Times ani3 Bolt's rona and Melvin Van Peebles Vivat, Vivat, Regina. about [or Ain't Supposed to Die a Nat- Elizabeth I and Wary, Queen ol I ural Death. Scots, were both mentioned in j Peebles is also nominated for the categories of best play and I best score of the musical, Stc- actress phen Sondheim for his score of However, the biggest British Follies, Gait MacDermot o( box office hit on Broadway, Jesus Christ, Superstar, won nominations only for tho best score of a musical and second- ary awards such as best sup- poitirg actor, scene designer, MOVIES YOU IIKI BEST and Jean Seberg. Wed- p.m. Adult Not Suitable CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PAINT YOUR WAGON" In Technicolor. Starring Marvin, Clint Eastwood nesday, April 5. Show at For Children. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE" In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russell and Joe Flynn. Wed- nesday, Thursday and Friday, April 5, 6 and 7. Wed- nesday shows at and p.m. Family. Montreal and John Guars? for Two Gentlemen of Verona ami Andrew Lloyd Webber Tim WESTERN CANADA NATIVE Q April 7, 8, 9, 1972 ON THE BLOOD INDIAN RESERVE STANDOFF, ALBERTA OPENING CEREMONIES FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1972 EVENTS Basketball Hockey ioxing TEAMS Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Yukon NortWeit Nova Scotia For further Information contact MRS CAEN BLY Kainni Newl 653.4012 MR. PHIL MISTAKEN CHIEF Box 391 Carrllton 737-3754 MR. ROBIN XING I] Rancho Motor Hotel, Uthbridga 327-3701 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE EASTER HOLIDAY ACTIVITY PROGRAM APRIL 3 APRIL 7, 1972 ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Today through Friday (April 5 April 7, 1972) CHILDREN'S RECREATIONAL HOCKEY (Free) Noon HENDERSON PARK ICE CENTRE Friday, April 7, 1973 Noon Thursday, April 6, 1972 1 CHILDREN'S RECREATIONAL HOCKEY (Free) SCHOOLS Gilherl Palerson, Lokeview, Fleelwcod-Bowden and Galbrailh Totlay through Thursday (April 5 April 6, 1972) RECREATIONAL BASKETBALL, VOLLEYBALL, etc. (FREE) p.m. SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM Today through Friday (April 5 April 7, 1972) OPEN FOR VIEWING (FREE) p.m, Thursday Evening April 6, 1972 SPECIAL SLIDE PRESENTATION (FREE) p.m. NOTE: Please reler to the regular Public Swimming and Skating Ad on the Entertainment Poge each Monday and Thursday, pertaining to ihe schedule of times for Free Public Skating and Swimming at tho City Recreational Facilities during the Easter Holidays. Rice for Jesus Christ, Super- star. NAMES 11I.ACK COUPLE Jonelle Allen and Raul Julia, the black couple of Two Gentle- men of Verona, were nominated for best actress and actor in a musical. Clifton Davis of tin1 same play was also nominated for best actor. Briton Donald Pleasance Is nominated (or best actor in tho play Wise Child, with Jason Ro- bards mentioned for Country I Girl, Cliff Gorman for the title j role of Lenny in the play about the late comedian Lenny Bruce, and Tom Aldiedge in Sticks and Bones. And for best actress in a play Atkins of Vivat, Vivat Regina, Rosemay Harris of Old Times, Colleen Dewhurst of Montreal in All Over, and Sada Thompson in Twigs were nomi- nated. STARTS TOMORROW MATINEES ONLY AT P.M. THURS., FRI., and SATURDAY DOORS OPEN AT P.M. The blazing black stallion thai carried a boy to manhood- a love to its and a country to victory! FAMILY MARK WALTER IfSTER'SLEZAK, Drinking law BOSTON (AD The Massa- chusetts Senate enacted and sent to Gov. Francis W. Sargent Tuesday legislation that would lower the legal state drinking age to IS. If signed by the gov- ernor, the measure would be- come effective March 1, 1973. The bill also provides for n non-binding referendum in Nov- ember to determine popular opinion on the measure. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Dirty Harry" Last Complete Show Thursday Matinee "Black Beauty" p.m. (one show only) PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "One Day in the Life of Ivan Donisovich" Last Coinplete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Song of the South" Last Complete Show Thursday, April 6 Matinee at (One show onlv) STARTS SUNDAY REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES CHILDREN'S MATINEES 50c Clint Eastwood NOW SHOWING RESTRICTED ADUIT 1 Shows p.m ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAHI Wnl< Disne's TONIGHT and THURS. fAMILY Matinee Thurj. p.m. TmiMHiion Evemn0 p.m, Western Canada Native GAMES El Rancho Motor Hotel IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA April 6th, 1972 at 7 p-nv Head Table Guests: Bill RUSSELL ARCHIE MOORE (Ex bmketball player for Boston Celtics) [Ex World Light champion) STEAK DINNER Per Person, Fcrtlier and Son Tickali el Plainsman Sporti CJOC Radio Stallert Chamber of Commerce) Music II Rancho Motor Hole! CHK Radio Station Lelhbridga Herald Xoinat Newi, Cordsfcfl PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. Joe Hill, the movie: "A BEAUTIFUL WORK, PART HISTORY, PART SOCIOLOGY AND IK LARGEST PART, A FILM BALLAD ABOUT A FOLK HERO! DIRECTOR BO WIDERBERG HAS TAKEN A PART OF HISTORY AND GIVEN IT THE GLOW OF "BO WIDERBERG'S 'JOE HILL1 IS SPLENDID BEYOND REALirVI" Joe Hill, the man: Joe Hill was a banjo-playing drifter who became an organizer of the radical In 1915, he was indicted lor murder and executed, Many felt he was framed. Ithas fallen to BoWiderberg. director of "Elvira to Sell this uniquely American story. In "Joe he chooses not to concentrate on the political being or musician but concentrates on Joe Hiil ihe MAN. Paramount Pictures Presents A Sagittarius Production A BO WIDERBERG FILM Wit ADULT NOT "JOE HILL' THOMUY BERGGREN t-niLLf who wrote songs and was shot----------- BO WIDERBERG r SUITABLE FOR JTHIIDREN JOAN BAEZ Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich" IN TECHNICOLOR WITH TOM COURTENY In the Centre of Things WED., APRIL 5 VIMY LOUNGE 'SUNSET 4' SAT., APRIL 8 VIMY LOUNGE 'THE EMBERS' FRI., APRIL 7 BEAVER ROOMS 'PHAROAHS' SAT., APRIL 8 BEAVER ROOM 'PHAROAHS' Royal Canadian Legion s GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Presents fhe ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Sunday, April 9th at p.m. Yates Memorial Centre All tickets sold for the cancelled March 26lh Performance will be honored. Tickets al lEISTER'S Adulli AH Sludcnti M .00 ;