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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Douglas Wooley vows to refloat Titanic LONDON (AP) Douglas Wooley commemorated the 61st anniversary of the sink- Film producer to vist China NEW YORK (AP) Inde- pendent film producer Sidney Glazier announced yesterday hlot to counterfeit millions of lollars worth of Walt Disney 'reductions stock and Trans World Airlines bonds. Several of he men involved also allegedly PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Train Robbers" Last Complete Snow Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA "The Great Waltz" One Complete Show No Short Subjects Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 9-20 "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN Undefeated" 'When Legends Die" One Complete Show Adult attempted to arrange the sale of stolen International Tele- phone and Telegraph, Inter- national Business Machines and Westinghouse stock and munici- pal bonds, U.S. treasury notes and other securities. Charges in the 10-count in- dictment include fraud by wire, interstate transportation of counterfeit stock securities and federal bank fraud. The Tampa Tribune quoted an unidentified federal source as saying the counterfeit and stolen stocks were worth up to foO million. new album at Sunset Sount Recorders, George Harrison was working on Ravi Shankaris new ballet album at the A and M. Studio and John Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono, were celebrating their fourth wed ding anniversary and bemoan- ing the recent immigration de- partment ruling that orderec John deported because of J 1968 hashish conviction in Lon- don. But it takes four to Beatle, and Paul McCartney, who has attributed the break-up' of the group primarily to their form- er financial adviser, Allen Klein, was reportedly in Eng- land. "With Allen Klein gone, and the having proved they are independent stars in their own right, it could be the time for Fabled Callas temper gets night off TURIN, Italy (AP) Maria Callas, the tempestuous soprano who left a global trail of opera directors muttering to them- selves, made her own debut as a director and was very sub- dued about it. Thunderous applause filled he newly rebuilt Royal Opera louse before, during and after he performance of Verdi's Sici- ian Vespers, co-directed by Miss Callas, 49, and Italian te- nor Giuseppe di Stefano. New York-born Miss Callas was the star attraction even be- hind the stage. She appeared somewhat nervous, but had given her fabled temper a night off. "I am very happy and satis- led with my new she said before the curtain rose. Among guests at the were Italian Presi- lent Giovanni Leone and his amily. 12 DAYS IEFT1 ROMANS, COUHJKWIH, INCOME TAX IT- TIME To file Your Picasso's widow plans museum VAUVENARGUES, France 'AP) Pablo Picasso's widow is reported planning to create a museum around the thousands of paintings, drawings and other works if art her husband left unsold at his death April 8. Friends said Jacqueline Pi- cssso told them she planned to live in the chateau Picasso owned at Vauvenargues, north of Aix en Provence, and to create a museum there. Since she and Picasso's legitimate son Paulo announced Thursday that they are giving his collec- tion of uorfcs by other artists to the French nation, nothing re- mains for a new museum but the artist's enormous collection of his own work. Most of the collection Is stored in the villa at Mougins, on the Riviera, where Picasso died. Turning it into a museum collection would probably ex- empt it from death duties, and this would mean that the mar- ket value of Picasso's work would not be depressed by a big sale to pay the taxes. Picasso's body is in the chat- eau at Vauvenargues awaiting burial. Meanwhile, Paulo Picasso's 23-year-old son, Pablito, re- mained in serious condition in the hospital in Vallauris after swallowing bleaching fluid Thursday in an attempt at sui- cide. some sort of a rec- ord executive on the west coast said. "But I don't think it would be permanent." And another executive who deals with many top musical performers said: "I've heard they will be on tour no later than next fall." Ringo was taping his rew album, it seemed only na- tural that Harrison and Lennon should drop in and play along, which they did. Also sitting in for the session were Billy Pres- ton and Nicky Hopkins, who have joined various Beatles bs- fore. It was also reported that Harrison and Lennon even con- tributed songs for the album, which, say the people who have heard the tapes, of- fers electrifying music. There was yet another report that McCartney, whose feelings toward his old comrades have mellowed, had listened to the ;apes and might add a tune of iiis own or a few tracks for the final album. All this activity might signi- fy nothing. But when an exe- cutive of Capitol Records, which has just released a col- .ection of Beatle songs from 19S2 through 1970 on its Apple 3bel, was asked about rumors of a musical reunion, he re- plied: "I'll have to talk to our lawyers about that before I call you back." He never did, and no one else in the industry seemed to have the facts, either on or off the record, so to speak. THE H U L I D A I R Hugh Syment tois Donworth Harry All Week at THE PLAINSMAN TAVERN 1st. Ave. and 4th STREET SOUTH DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic 8-----304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 leihbridge green acres TONITE TUES. and WED. Mayor Magrath Or Cotim Hiry, 327 1100 Tibucanbear' Tarn Black Bull. Betray him. Try to tame him. But watch out. ADULT HIT NO. Starring RICHARD WIDMARK "THE UNDEFEATED" In Color with ROCK HUDSON GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. FAMILY paramount Stfi St. 327-5100 NOW SHOWING AT P.M. JOHN BIHEINB RRN'MHRGRCT BOD TBBIN BOBBERS Coesflr way now imjvnecl Ions, but he didn't lone the "fegfonf of complied. ftons fiovtt eeiinCTE BLOCK will help conquer your income tax problems. Toull often sera money, too. See H HOCK foooy. commit SUES FOR DIVORCE SANTA MONICA, Calif- (Reu- Fathia Farouk Ghali. 42, sister of the late King Farouk of Egypt- sued in Superior Court here Thursday for di- vorce from her husband of 23 years, Riad Ghali. 54. Mrs. Ghali. mother of three, cited irrecKiciteble d i f f e rences." She asked to be awarded prop- erty, including cars, jewels oil stocks and a pure-bred Arabian stallion. LAST 3 DAYS ONLY The joyful, wonderful story and music of Johann Strauss! FAMILY paramount cinema St. Art. South. 327 TONITE thru WED. AT P.M. ONLY FINAL MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT 2.15 P.M. PAVWISION3 RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema YOU.HAVENT Aw. Iteror MUyrti Dr, LAST 2 NIGHTS TONIGHT and TUES. AT 9.-00 P.M. United Artists may ivunti. But cott you any penalty or In- 815 3rd AVE. SO. 314 ST. NO. WEEKDAYS 9 9; SAT. 9 lo S PHONE 327-3712 OPEN TONIGHT NO APPO1NTMF.T NECESSARY COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT -CITY OF IETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. 23 FRITZ SICK Swim Only) 12 1 Swirn {Adulfs Only) 12 1 pm. Public Swjm 7.30 9 30 (Adulti Only; J2 J Swim 10-12 Noon Noon (Adults Only) 12 1 pm. Public Swim 1 30-3-30 p Sv im 3 6 p Swim 15pm Fomily Swim Hour Swim (Adulli only) 12-1 pm. Public Swim 1 30 3 30 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE ICE W1U BE NO PUBUC SKATING THIS WEEK DUE TO PREVIOUS SIR ALEXANDER SAIT 30 p.m. j 1-430 p.m. 1 M 30 p 30 p m, NOTc There be no Public Swimming on Fndoy, April 20ih from 7.30 1o 9 30 p m dua to prcv.aus booVirg ni ;