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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Pilot who shot hijacker to face murder charge JAKARTA (Kculcr) An In- donesian pilot who killed tlie hi- jacker of a domestic airliner Ihls week will charged with murder, a police spokesman said Friday. He said the pilot would liavo to be tried because lie had taken someone's life. Only (ho court had the right to decide whether or not lie was Ruilly of murder. The hijacker, a 21-year-old student, forced the platic carry- ing 3G passengers and a crew of seven, to land at Jogjakarta in central Java Wednesday. The hijacker, clutching two hand grenades, was shot hy tlic pilot as they were negotiating a ransom demand. The German Canadian Club features CONTINENTAL DANCE NIGHT with Piclro Fiorino and the Rylhmaires Bringing back memories of Europe SAT., APRIL 8 8.30 p.m. MEMBERS AND GUESTS BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 56 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS IF a bingo ii not called in 49 Nos. il will be played out for a Jackpot NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE Saturday, April 8lh-METROS DOWNSTAIRS -CHEMOS UPSTAIRS Oops Oscar oversight HOLLYWOOD (U c u I e r) died at licr home here, the coro- remarks during a qucsticn-and- Actress Mary Astor lias finally received Ilic Academy Award Oscar she won in 1942 for her supporting performance in The Great Lie. The fact thai she never got il was revealed in her reccntly- puhlished autobiography, A Life on Film, In the hook she said: "Hey, Academy, 1 would dearly love lo have a real Oscar." Academy officials learned of the oversight through the book and took her statuette out to her in her home this week. Miss Astor won her Oscar during wartime austerity when plaques were given instead of sialuetles on the understanding ner's office said Thursday. She was 62. Miss Jewell died Wednesday, the office said. No cause of death was given. The actress appeared on Broadway in Up Pops the Devil. Her films included, Losl Hori- zon, High Sierra. Tale of Two Cities and Northwest Passage. BUDAPEST Actor Richard Burton says he does not like to be considered a pup- pet by any director. "The Italians Fellini and An- tonioni, the Swede IJergman and tile British Hitchcock regarded their actors as Kurton said. "They wouUt not be able answer session with more than 500 Budapest University stu- dents. NEW YORK (AP) Charlie Chaplin, the 82-vear-old silent screen comic, has received tho Handcl medallion, New York's highest cultural award. "I feel very honored and very emotional this Chap- lin said Thursday on receiving the award from Mayor John V. Lindsay at Oracle Mansion. Lindsay hailed Chaplin as "the most decent human being, skilled artist end great citizen of the world." the plaque would later he re- do [hls placed by the real trophy. The Academy officials said the three months in Hungary for the fact Miss Astor never got hers was an oversight. ROME (Heuter) Veteran actress Belle Davis has cele- hraled her C-ltli birthday in Rome, but her birthday cake had only one candle. Miss Davis is in Rome play- ing a part in the film Lo Sco- ponc Scicntifico (The Scientific Gambler) with Italian stars Al- berto Sordi and Silvana Marj- gano and American Joseph Cot- ton. Miss Davis told reporters: "This is my first birthday in Italy. Perhaps that is the signif- icance of the single candle on the cake." HOLLYWOOD (AP) Isabel Jewell, blonde character actress who appeared in a score nf films in the 1930s and 1910s, TT V LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! 1 4 4 4 4 MO ifXi BEST" CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "STAR SPANGLED GIRL" in color, starring Julie Andrews. Saturday, ApriJ 8. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "CARRY ON CAMPING" in color, starring Sidney James, Joan Sims, nnd that "Carry On Saturday, April 8. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "MILLION DOLLAR DUCK" tn Techni- color, starring Sandy Duncan and Dean Jones. Saturday and Sunday, April 8 nnd 9. Show each nifiht at p.m. Family. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "SKIN GAME" In color. Starring James Garner, Lou Gossett and Susan Clark. Saturday. April 8. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Sunday, 'April 9 show at p.m. "VIVA [n color. Starring Peler Ustinov, Pamela Tiffin and Jonathan Winters. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CARRY ON AGAIN' color, starring Sidney James, Joan Situs and that "Carry On Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, April fl, 10 and 11. Saturday shows at and p.m. Adult. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY "ALTON JACKS" EVERY NIGHTI THIS WEEK CABARET THURS.-FRI.-SAT. THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE I I filming of Bluebeard, made the Braille issue of Playboy puzzles ?cm JOHANNESBURG (AP) South African authorities seized illicit imports of Play- boy magazine this week, but were puzzled over what course lo take with a braille version of the banned maga- zine. The last Playboy legally brought into South Africa was the September, issue, but this doesn't stop local fans from smuggling copies when returning from oilier coun- tries. Police mounted a roadblock to check motorists returning from Easter vacations in Swa- ziland, where P 1 a y b o y is legai, and more than 20 mo- torists handed over copies Jose F e 1 i c i a n o, a blind American musician, posed a different problem when he ar- rived with a braille Playboy. The publication carries the text but not the pin-up from the regular edition. Feliciano still has his maga- 7ine and the censors declined to comment on whether it was legal or not, j IIII1XOS PROLIFIC GAUHATl. India (Reuters) i The population of Indian one- horned rhino, once near extinc- tion, has almost doubled in the last six years in Kazirango Sanct u a r y. In 1908 it I contained only 12; now there I are 671. LOS ANGELES (AP) Elton John, the Ilritish pop singing spending fitar> bas {mind tliat tne Jatcst fashions in footwear has its drawbacks. U.S. customs agents said they delayed John upon arrival Thursday while a cobbler exam- ined four pairs of high-heeled boots, a type which has been used to smuggle narcotics and jewels into the U.S. The shoes, with seven- to eight-inch heels and three- to five-inch soles, contained no se- cret compartments or contra- band and the singer was al- lowed to complete his business trip. "Those shoes are becoming the rags in explained Bob Lcvinson, a spokesman for the singer. Girls prone lo disorder of kidneys MONTREAL (CPj For every hoy suffering from a kid- ney disorder, there are 30 girls wiih similar afflictions, a pilot project by the Kidticy Founda- tion of Canada shows. The foundation says the statis- tics were revealed in studies to detect urinal-tract diseases among school-aped children. The studies currently are in their third consecutive year. The foundation estimates that schoolgirls in Quebec and Alberta will undergo tests for urinal tract diseases and about will have renal problems requiring further examination at free clinics by the foundation. Dr. Jean-Guy Mongcau, chief j of nephrology at Stc, Justice's j Hospital here, said in a press release yesterday that several studies have shown that one to two per cent of schoolgirls suf- fer from urinary infections which do not show visible symp- toms, "For this group, about 20 per cent will eventually develop renal failure if they are not treated.'1 He added it has never been scientifically determined why girls are more susceptible to the disease than hovs. Solurday, April 8, 1972 THE LETHSR1DCE HIRAVD 7 TO GKT II) CAKDS j NEW YORK (AP> City wel- fare clients will begin receiving new identification cards with photographs Monday as re- quired under a state law designed to cut down on the forging of welfare cheques. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechante Suile 8-304 5th St. 5. Ph. 327-7M4 lelhbridgt Passport Photos Candid WKMIngi Picture Framing Photo SiippUn A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phono 32t-01tl 710 3rd Avo. S. Phono Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jaclcpol in 53 Game No. 1 50 Game Blackout in 57 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card 51.QQ All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also bo played in the cfub room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet fcicilitrei THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "CLOUD" (from CAIGARY) THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! Festival cuts back artists TORONTO fCP) The 12lh annual Mariposa Folk Festi- val July 14-16 will continue the format of daytime con- certs and workshops intro- duced last year but with fewer performers and for a slightly increased cost of ad- mission. The cutback in numbers of "performing entities" lo 65 from 93 and an average 10- per-ceul hike in ticket prices are the result of the festival's failure to cover costs in 1971, festival president Sydney Chertkrjff said at a news con- ference. Three-day tickets this year will cost Sll. daily tickets In advance and on the Toronto Island festival site. Among the performers ap- pearing for the first time will he Chicago songwriter John I'rine, guitarist Ry Cooder, blues musicians Koosevelt Sykes and Sleepy John Estes, the Balfa Freres, a Cajun band from Louisiana, and Lonnie Young's fife and drum band from Como, Miss. Returning will be the New Lost City Ramblers, the Penny Whistlers, guitarist David Bromberg and singers Utah Phillips and Michael Cooney, Canadian performers will Include singer-songwriters Bruce C o c k b u r n, Murray McLauchlan and Dave Brad- street, ragtime pianist John Arpin, Maritime performers Edith Butler and John Allan Cameron, the Wareham Brothers from Newfoundland, and Halifax guitarist Fred McKenna. Other performers, including representatives from French Canada, will be announced later. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Presents Hie ALBERTA BALLET COMPANY Sunday, April 9th at p.m. Yates Memorial Centre All tickets sold for the cancelled March 26th Performance bo honored. Add TickcH ot LEISTER'S U All StudenM Todayfc Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday "Black 'Beauty" p.m. (orje show only) Short Subjects "Dirly Harry" Lnst Complete Show SnmlHV Short "Subjects "Dirty Harry" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Joe Hill" Last complete show Sunday Short Subjects "Made For Each Other" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Song of Ine South'1 Last Complete Show Sunday "The Greatest Story Ever Told" Last Complete Show CTXGXIT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Gerald Baker Earl John Tennanl Frank Mfke Schmidl Day Jack Dunning YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r W S RADIO AND TV J V. IV J 302 )3th ST N STARTS SUNDAY One Show at p.m. "The best comedy and the best love story" -NEWSWEEK MAGAZINE MONDAY SHOWS At and p.m ReneeTaylor-Joseph Bologna Made For Each Other Directed by Robert B. Bean. Written by ReneeTaylcf and Joseph Bologna STARTS SUNDAY SUNDAY 2 SHOWS and P.M. MOM., TUES. and WED. 1 SHOWS DAILY at and P.M. LIMITED ENGAGEMENT ONLYI FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT "THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD" Gemae Stevens' classic film o! the lile and passion ol Jesus Christ Starring MAX DON SYDOW JOHN WAYNE CHARLTON HESTON ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN 'I dreamed I saw Joe Hill last night. Alive as you or last Times Tonight AT AND P.M. Clint Eastwood Dirty Harry al p.m RESTRICTED ADUIT Showing Sunday at p.m. only ZlP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH! Wall FAMILY II.MMU.OII COIUGE Last Times Tonight nt and 9; 10 p.m. ;