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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Hackman's answers short HOLLYWOOD (AI1) Gene llackman had Borne laconic an- swers for questioners the (lay atler receiving an Oscar os Hie best actor of 1971. At 2011) Cenlury-Fox studios, where lie was at work on a new movie, a reporler asked if he could say what it meant to him to win an Academy Award. Hackman had a deadpan reply. lie said. "I can't." In an interview later Hack- man was asked if winning an Oscar had given him the chance to pick and choose roles. he replied. "In (act, I got turned down for one today." He didn't say what the part was. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (Heu- ter) Film actress Natalie Wood, 33, was granted a divorce yesterday from British film producer Richard Gregson, 41, after two years of marriage. Judge Pearce Young (ixed nr equal division of an undisclosec amount ot community properlj and ordered Gregson lo pay support for their daughter, NB- tasha, 18 months. The two, married In Los An geles in 19C9, were divorced on the grounds of "irreconcilable differences." NEW YORK (Router) Ac DIETRICH DENTURE CUN1C ROSS A. KOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 Slh St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lelhhridge ress Hcdy Lamarr has brought invasiou-ot-privacy uit In Supreme Court here barging that a cosmciics man- ufacturer was offering custom- ers a chance to look like her. Existence of the suit became c n o n yesterday when the Germaine Montell Cosmetics ?orp., and Lord and Taylor, a Manhattan department store, moved to prevent Miss Lamarr introducing additional evi- dence on the ground she did not spell out further details of her complaint. In her complaint, Miss La- marr charged that the defend- ants used her picture and name without her consent in news- papers and magazines to pro- mote the sale of CJermaine's products at Lord and Taylor. vestiyallon ol possessing mari- juana, authorities said. Sheriff's deputies said (hey accidentally came upon the group while a report of a suspicious person in the area. Officers said they confiscated a large quantity of marijuana from the motel room. Booked for invesligation of possessing marijuana were Dan Hicks, 30, Stephen Pillster, 25, William Mishler, JO, Nancy Agee, 23, Mary Ann Stone, 27, and Naomi Eiscn, 23. LOS ANGELES (AP) Six members of the Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks rock music group were arrested at a West Holly- wood motel yesterday for in- LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- tress Kdie Adams has waived alimony in winning a divorce from her husband of 7Vj years, photographer Martin Mills. The 41-year-old actress told a brief Superior Court hearing yesterday that she and Mills had agreed to divided in property and Mills agreed t child-support payments of a month for their three-year-oh son Joshua. Private recreation parks development for Alberta EDMONTON (CP> Tour- ism inisler Bob Dowling told the legislature he has received six proposals "costing mulH- millions11 to develop private re- creation parks in Alberta. The minister did not elabor- ate on the size or exact nature 01 Die proposals but said the submissions include one near Passport Photos Candid Framing Photo SuppllH A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phont 3284111 710 3id S. Phone 328-0322 ELKS PUBLIC ESNGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALIOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY, APRIL 15-CLIFP5 COMBO Edmonton, one in central A1 bei'ta and one near Calgary. He said outside the leigsla ture he foresees private bus ness in Alberta following th (rends adopted in Eastern Can acia and the United Stale companies have gon inlo the private park business. Such parks will become i: creasingly necessary as th five-day work week si reduce lo tlie Ihree- or four-day week Mr. Dowling said. However, a parks masle plan must be developed tha will permit a rational approac while protecfing the environ merit, he said. He declined to pin-point th exact localion of the parks. He did say that all ar the ideas of Alberta-based bus nessmen. TV shows named for Emmy prizes HOLLYWOOD (AP) top-rated television series, CBS's All in the Family and NBC's Columho, and an ABC movie made for television, Brian's Song, dominale the Emmy nominations. All in the Family, one of last year's big winners for its satiric view of bigotry, got II nomina- tions in Thursday's announce- ment, with all four stars lip for an award and a clean sweep of the comedy writing category. Columbo, starring Peter Falk as the plodding detective, got 10 nominations, including best actor, best drama series, best new series, best series direc- tion, and a sweep of the writing category. Brian's Song, a poignant story of the close friendship of two pro football players, the late Brian Piccolo and Gayle Savers, got 11 nominations. Its two stars, James Caan and Billy Dee Williams, were nominated HATES COMPOSING "I hate says Hurl. Bacharacli, 41, composer of 500 songs and winner of two Oscars. At least he says he doesn't love it as much as doing a concert or television show since "Writing songs is hard, difficult and painful." latardoy, Aprti IS, 1972 THE LFIHBRIOGE HERAIO 7 BKST KUKI. I VARY Up to the mid 1800s, tlie lighting fuel was sptlrm whale oil. Timber wolves vary in cdor, from a light cream to an al- most pure black. Albert Hall bans pop concerts EX-NAZI JAILED VIENNA (Renter) A for- mer Austrian Nazi was sen- tenced Thursday to seven years in jail for helping organize the transport of Jews to the Auschwitz death camp in 1944. The prosecution said Franz Novak, 59, was a railway trans- port officer. YOUR PHILIPS DEAtlR WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A f K' C RADIO AND TV J 302 13th ST. N. T LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE QUBROOMS 1971 TABER RODEO GOLD BAR TICKETS Available from Taber Elks Members or Ben Engleson Box 2224, Taber Draw Date: June 6, 1972 Past Winner: JACK MARUYANA, ST. ALBERT r TONITE SATURDAY-ACES HIGH Members and Invited Guests! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theafre "CACTUS FLOWER" In Technicolor. Starring Waller Matthau, Ingrid Bergman and that kooktc blonde Golrtie Ilawn. Saturday, April 15. shows at and p.m. Adult, MIIK RIVER Sunland Theafre "A GUNFIGHT" In color. Starring Kirk Douglas and Johnny Cash. Saturday, April 15, show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "DIRTY DINGUS MeGEE" In color. Starring Frank Sinatra and George Kennedy. Saturday and Sunday, April !5 and 16. Shov? time each night at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DOCTOR ZHIVAGO" In Metrocolor. Starring Omar Sharif, Gcralrline Chaplin and Julie Christie. Saturday, April 15. Due to length of this motion picture, one show only at p.m. Adult. Sunday, April 1C, only, "THE McMASTEHS" In color. Starring Burl Ivcs, David Carradine, Nancy Kwan and Jack Palance. Show time Sunday p.m. Adult, TABER Tower Theatre "VON RICKENTOF AND BROWN" In color. Starring John Philip Law and Don Stewart. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, April 15, 17 and 18. Saturday shows at and p.m. Adult. LONDON (AP) Pop con- certs have been banned from London's Alhert Hall because the popsters cause too much chaos. Administrators of the big hall, built as a memorial to Queen Victoria's husband, said only one of 23 pop and rock V roll concerts there last year caused no trouble. They accused audiences of hysterical behavior "often en- couraged by unthinking per- threals to hall stew- ards and vandalism. LONDON (AP) Ballerina Dame Margot F o n t e y n ex- plained Thursday why she is re- sisting United Nations pressure for best actor and Jack Warden for best supporting actor. The Snow Goose, on NBC's Hall of Game, received nine nominations and eight apiece went to The Flip Wilson Show, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and The Sonny and Cher Com- edy Hour. 224 NOMINATIONS MADE In all, 224 nominations wore made after 14 ballots to sift through Ihe individual en- tries sent lo the National Acad- emy of Television Arts and Sci- ences. The Emmy awards will be handed out Sunday, May 14, on a show to be televised by CBS from the Hollywood Palladium. Here are the major nomina- tions: Outstanding single program, drama or c o m e d y: Brian's Song, Jane Seymour ol The Six Wives of Henry VIII, The Lion's Cub of Elizabeth R, Sammv's Visit of All in the Family, The Snow Goose. Outstanding dramatic series C o 1 u m I) o of NBC Mystery Movie, Elizabeth K of Master- piece Theatre, Mannix, Marcus Welby, The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Outstanding comedy series All in the Family, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Odd Couple, Sanford and Son. Outstanding musical variety series: The Carol Burnett Show Tlie Dean Martin Show, Tin Flip Wilson Show, The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour. Outstanding leading actor in i single performance: Jame. Caan and Billy Dee Williams Brian's Song: Hiebard Harris The Snow Goose; Keith Mlchell The Six Wives of Henry VIII George C. Scott, Jane Eyre. Outstanding leading actress h a single performance: Glend: Jackson, two nominations fo Elizabeth R; Helen Hayes, D Not Fold, Spindle or Mutilate Patricia Neal, The Homecom ing; Susannah York, Jane Eyre RAYMOND BURR NAMED on her not to dance io South Africa. Tlie United Nations special committee on apartheid wrote to Dame Margol, asking her not to appear in South Africa. "I'd already accepted to go by the time I got the Dame Margot told a reporter. "If I refused after that then that would be a political action and I'm not getting involved in political action." Dame Margot said she would be appearing before both white and audiences during her tour. EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- Harvey Grashbanger' (from EDMONTON) Shipping link joins Karsakov and Vancouver MOSCCnV (Renter) A regu- lar shipping line has been opened Vancouver and the Soviet port of Karsakov, on the island of Sakhalin, Tass re- ported here. The official news agency said ilie Sakhalin Steam- ship Line, which has TO vessels, would acquire 35 more during the five-year plan which ends in 1975. Outstanding leading actor In a dramatic series: Raymonc Burr, Ironside; Mike Connors Maunix: Peter Falk, Columbo Keith the Six Wives o Henry VIII; Robert Young Marcus Welby, M.D. Outstanding leading actress 1 a dramatic series: Gleuda Jack son, Elizabeth R; Peggy Lipton The Mod Squad; Susan Sain James, McMillan and Wife. Outstanding leading aclor In a comedy series: Redd Foxx, Sanford and Son; Jack Klug- man, The Odd Couple; Carroll All In the Family; Tony Randall, The Odd Couple. Outstanding leading actress in a comedy scries: Sandy Dun- can, Funny Face; Mary Tyler Moore, Tlie Mary Tyler Moore Show; Jean Stapleton, All in the Family. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 54 Gamo No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 58 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also bo played in (ha club room for members and iFielr invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities Sliow Time? PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Carry on Henry VlII" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Carry on Henry VIII" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CFNEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Dirty Harry" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Dirly Harry" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday and Sunday Malinee "How to Frame a Frigg" One Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "X Y and Zee" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "X and Zee" OIK Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday and Sunday "Zeppelin" "Man in the Wilderness" One Complete Show THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL ii Tho LOUNGE ONGS BYr "GRANT WEST" EVERY NIGHT Our FRONTIER DINING ROOM It now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY at 4 p.m. COUEGE SUNDAY MATINEE ONE SHOW at p.m. CHILDREN'S ADMISSION 50c runaway hilarity when FAMILY STARTS MONDAY at p.m. and 9r30 p.m. UNEXPECTED BEAUTY AWAITS THE TRAVELER !N THE FABLED CITY OF LOVE. ADULT II tr i' p" rr Ll'u M JVi'jJ Jl He -was left for dead. He would not Eol-get, richard harris in FAMILY s Jecf laJcolcr SECOND FEATURE I ;'rf Wainer presenls i-.: a Celiy and Fromkeii product n ?i? Michael York 1-iElke Sommer ADULT GATES OPEN P.M. SHOW AT P.M. STARTS MONDAY I Keep your eyes on what slic cannot see LL L L f LJ _ri t nODUCTIC I ADULT Nat for tel HIT NO.2 RilUNGTGN PLACE" CO'OR Richard Altenborough Judy Geeson KING-SIZE COMEDY .the'CARRY ON GANG CJOC Proudly Presents One of the most requested groups In the fast ye or. Formerly called "Sleepy John" from Spokane, Washington. 8LIMD WILLIE ALSO HEAR ONE OF ALBERTA'S BEST BILLY NICKLE" SHOW DANCE COMBINATION SUNDAY, APRIL 16-Lethbridge Civic Centre 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. DUE TO THE TERRIFIC CROWD EXPECTED DOORS OPEN P.M. All Tickets Availablo AI The Door ;