Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 28

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Where is Marlon Brando? HOLLYWOOD (AP) Callrecorded voice answers- "I'm Marlcn Brando's home and hissorry to say that I'm not here, YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV i A r t FRIDAY and SATURDAY urVTTIT V 4 AT THE 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 4 4 4 SOUTHERN ALBERT- THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ELVIS ON TOUR" In Metrcco'or Starring Elvis Res- ley Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 5, 6 and 7. Thursday shew at 8'15 p m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CATLOW" In color Starring Yul Brynner ?nd Richard Crenna Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 5. 6 and 7. Thursday sho'V at 7.30 p m ADULT Not suitable for children. PIWCH5R Fox Theatre "TRINITY IS STILL MY NAME" In color. Thursday, Friday and April 5, 6 and 7. Thursday show at 8-15 p m. ADULT. TABER Tower Theaire "ACROSS 110th STREET" In co'or Starring Anthony Qu-nn, Yaphet Kctto and Arthony Franc osa Thursday and Friday, Ami 5 and 6 Thursday shows at 7 00 and 9 00 p m. RESTRICTED ADULT. but that's a fact." The caller is then invited to leave a message But where is Brando? The elusive actor has not been lo- cated since a few days before the Academy Awards last week, when he sent a young part- Apache woman to turn down his Oscar for best aoor in The Godfather because of what Brando says has been mis- treatment of Indians by the film industry. Saeheen Littlefeather, who re- fused the award at the cere- mony, read a statement from Brando to reporters afterward in which he said he was going to Wounded Knee, S D. But offi- cials outside that town held by Indian militants said they have not seen him, although there were unconfirmed reports he had been seen in a nearby town. An employee at his business manager's office said he was due to leave before the Academy Awards for Tetiaroa, a South Pacific atoll 25 miles north of Tahiti that he owns. Residents of Trora, Calif., re- ported that Brando spent the night there in a last week and was on a backpacking trip to Death Valley Brando's lawyer, Norman H. Garey, could not be reached, but a secretary said: "If Mr. Garey knows, he isn't saying." Today s Showtimes PARAMOUNT "The Great Waltz" One Complete Show 8.15 Family "ARWOUNT CINEMA Short Subiects 7 15, 9.20 "Poseidon Adventure' 7 25, 9.30 Last Complete Show Adult COLLFGE CINEMA "The Godfather" 8 15 One Complete Show Rastncted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "Salzberg "Hot Rock" 9 25 One Complete Show 7 30 Adult Thursday, April 5, 1973 THE LETHBRiDGE HERALD COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMfNG AND SKATING SCHEDULE Facility Thurs., Aor. 5 Fri., Aor 6 Sat, Apr. 7 Sun., Ap-. 8 j Man., Apr. 9 FRITZ SICK (Adults Oily) 12-1 Swim (Adu'fs On'y) 12-1 pm Mothers and Pre Sc'oo'ers FREE SWIM 1 30 3 30 p m Public Swim 7 30-0 30 p Sw m 3 6 Swim 1-3 p m. Family Swim 3 305 p m Pt-biic Swim 6-8 p Hour Swim (Adults Only) 72-1 pm. ADAMS PARK ICE end Pre-ScSoo'ers Free Skaiirg 10-12 Moon Public Skate 7 9 c Skate 2-4 p m. and 8-10 p Skate 1 30 p m Pi b'-c 3-5 p m Family Skcie -73" n HENDERSON PARK ICE Pub ic Skating 4-530 p.m. CIVIC Public Setting 4 5 30 p S'.ate 1 2 30 p m. Public Skate 3-5 D NOTE] There will be no public skot ng at the H snderson Park Ice Centre Friday, April 6 from 7 to 9 p.rn, nor Saturday, April 7 from 2 4 p m. due to previous booking commi.- tnents. Anne lours north Canadian singer Anne Murray got her tour of several northern Canad.an centres off on a fun note when her plane landed at Fiin Flon, Man. With CBC crew getting their equipment ready. Miss Murray decided to find out if the temperature really was be'cw freezing. Aptly pro- tected by wool socks, boots and a heavy fur coot, she bared a leg to the amusement of the onlookers, -and dis- covered that yes, it is still co'd in the north. Her tour, be- ing taped by the CBC for a radio special, will take her to Pert Churchill, Yeliowknife, Inuvik and Whitehorse. Beatles won't team up again Laugh-In TV show cancelled NEW YORK (AP) NBC an-1 nounced yesterday the cancella-1 tion of Laugh-In, the five-year-' old comedy show, and also said it is ending the Tuesday news programs First Tuesday and NBC Reports when this season ends. However, the network said it would broadcast total of 30 one-hour news specials in prime time during the 1973-74 season. First Tuesday and NBC Re- ports, which alternated with the 13-part America series this sea- son, were the only regularly scheduled network news shows during prime evening time this year. NBC, in making public its night schedule for the 1973-74 season also said it is cancelling the NBC Tuesday Night Movies, and the Madigan and Cool Mil- lion segments of its Wednesday Night Mystery Movie series. It said Banacek would con- tinue as part of that senes, but that replacements for the other two shows haven't been an-1 nounced. i The new NBC evening lineup, starting in mid-September, wall feature four new half-hour situ- ation comedies and five new one-hour dramatic, comedy, va- riety or Dolice shows the net- work said. The new half-hour shows are Lotsa Luck, starring Dom De Luise as a clerk in a lost-and- found department; Diana, star- ring Diana Rigg of The Ave- ngers fame as a British fashion designer: The Girl With Some- thing Extra, starring Sally Field as a newlywed, and Need- les and Pins, starring Norman Fell and Louis Nye in a New York City garment centre com- edy. The new hour-long shows are Chase, a police series; The Magician, starring Bill Bixby as a magician who helps people in trouble; Police Story, a police anthology series, Love Story, based on the Erich Segal novel but in its TV form an anthology of love stories with a varied cast, and NBC Follies, a com- edy-variety show with varied hosts. LONDON (Reuter) The chances the Beat es ever got- j tog together again as a group are "absolutely ev Eeatle drummer Ringo Starrr says. He told reporters at Lordoi's Heathrow Airport before flvrng to Los Angeles that rumors that the group might parfcrm to- gether again are crazy. Ringo said: "We must get the p i c t u r e straight There is hardly any charee at all of us appearing together again. We are still gcod pals, but it's just not on." LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Pernussion to adept four chil- dren by actor Mickey Rooney's fifth marriage was sought to ALLEGE SHOPPING MALL AND LOWNEY CHERRY TREE CONTEST Guess how many Lowney Cherry Blos- som Boxes are on the tree, located in College Mail and you could win a LOWNEY CANDY HAMPER Plus CASH FROM THE COLLEGE MALL MERCHANTS Plus many more prizes! Entries available from all College Mall Stores (Contest Closes Saturday, April 7th) 2025 Mayor Mogrn'Ji Drive court here by the children's grandparents The petition was filed by Mr. and life. Donald Thornasoa 01 Rolling Hi'ls Estates, a suburb cf Los Angeles Trey are seek- ing full guardianship of Ke'ly. 14, Kerrj, 12, Kyle 8; and Their mother, Barbara, was sr-ot to death in 1966 by her boy- friend. She was estranged from Rccney at the tmss The actor, 52. now his seventh wife, Carolyn, in Florida. LOS ANGELES (Reuter) The late Edward G Robinson's art collection sold at a pro- bate court sale for 125 mil- lion in cash The sole bid for the collec- tion was made by the New York art gallerr of M. Knoedler and Co. The 88-piece collection in- cludes the works of Monet, Re- noir and ether artists. Robinson died Jan. 25 at 79 NEW YORK (AP) John CaJl, 64, a veteran Broadway character and conrc actor, d'ed of a heart attack at his hem? His first important acpear- ance was es the comedy lead m the 1932 production Sailor Be- ware. J'sre recently, he was seen in the musical THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in the AZTEC LOUNGE BALLADS by 'CARM' in the CABARET "MAGI" if Thursday and Friday Everyone admitted FREE if Saturday cover charge per person in the FRONTIER DINING ROOM Playing for your dancing pleasure Fridays and Sat- i urdays from 7.30 to I p.m. 'HARRY BAILEY' (at the keyboard) Also playing for your lis- tening pleasure Sundays from 6 p.m. to S p.m. BELONGED TO BRITArV Until abOTt 1S30 most Cana- dian publirt-ug fcjores were cgcnts cr incorporated brsnch firms of British publishing houses "Rta" is back at The Town Chef THIS WEEK THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS from 7.-09-10.-OO pm. in the mm lorc'cd et The Pa.awoww ThcaWi NOW Tucs., Wed. 8-30 c m. to 8 p m. Thwrt, Fri., Sat. am. to 12 midnigfil Sundays 1 2 nosn to 11 p m. Mayor Mograth Dr CoulU Hwy, 327 1100 IGNITE thru SATURDAY The first fun 4 pltfureoftheyear! George Segal Wlth Redford SECOND FEATURED] BEST-SELLER BECOMES MOVIE SPY-THRILLER! ADUIT 20m CEfTURYFOX COLOR BY DELUXE" Gates open 7 00 p m One complete show af 7 30 p m. Ave 8t r.'ayor NlsfuJl Or, 320 6300 SATURDAY AT 1 P.M. AND 3 P.M. SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY They were the onlu ones uho knew about THE HIDDEN DOOR, that led to the enchantin mysteries of... Alt SEATS 75ft MARGARET O'BRIEN-HERBERT MARSHALL DEANSTOCKWELL GLADYS COOPER ELSA LANCHESTER BRIAN ROPER-BEGINALD OWEN paramount NOW SHOWING DAILY AT P.M. 8ih St. 4th Ave. Smth. 327 5100 THE WOOD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL MUSIC IN THE ALMOST PERFECT PICTURE FAMILY Once upon atime there was singing and dancing and all the world was in love! The joyful wonderful story and music of Jof'ann Strauss' GSHKfe AN ANDREW L STONE PRODUCTION PAKWIS10NS fc'ETROCOLOR. MATINEE SAT. and SUN. at P.M. Feature starts at pm. No short subjects paramount SL 4th Art 327 5100 TONITE THRU SAT. Af p.m. and p.m. HELD OVER THRU SATURDAY ADULT 1 Ccmfamna tiaTalansso? 15 Academy Award Winners 25? TQN5TE SAT. ONE SHOW AT P.M. HELD OVER THRU SATUSBAY WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS m1 n W ntofa P iiiU inj ;