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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuwdoy, April 17. 1973 THE lETHMIDG! HERALO 7 Deaf TV actress makes the grade NEW YORK (AP) Unda Bove has been acting in theatres for more than five years, but she never has heard ihe happy sound of applause. Sht can't She has been deaf bince birth. WATCH FOR HOTEL NEWIY RENOVATED CELEBRATION BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 23rd But at 27, the pelile, brown- haired actress is moving hito another facet of show business. She has joined the cast of the popular CBS television soap op- i era. Search for Tomorrow. plays a young girl who works at Henderson the focal point of the show. She loses her hearing as the result of a car accident, and, during her recovery, meets a young doctor and falls in love. It's i rout'ne stuff for the long-run- ning series. I But its not routine for Linda, I V'ho hopes she's doing will open up other television 1 particularly in commercials other deaf actors and ac- tresses. I Born in Passaic. N.J. of deaf i parents, she became stage- 1 struck while a student at Gal- hudet College in Washington, D C which specializes in teach- i ing the deaf. After graduation in 1968. she joined the National Theatre of the Deaf a New York- based troupe. The 14-member troupe, which has on'y three members who can hear, now tours the United Stales and Europe, presenting l its own works and those of es- tablished authors in a form 'called "sign mime." r TONIGHT "Southern Comfort" AT THE 1 4 MINERS' 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI 4 SOUTHERN ALBERT. THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE CANDIDATE" In Technicolor. Starring Robert Bedford and Peter Boyle Tuesday and Wednesday', April 17 and 13, Tuesday show at p.m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLUEBEARD" Tn cotor Starring Richard Burton Raquel Welch and Virna Lisi. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 17 and 18. Tuesday snow at p.m. Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE LOSERS" In color. Starring Bernie Hamilton and Adam Roarke. Tuesday, April 17. Show at p.m. Restricted Aduit. TABER Tower Theatre "THE CENTURION'S" In color Starring George C. Scott and Stacy Reach. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 17, J8 and 19. Tuesdav shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. WOULD YOU BELIEVE? We are continuing our 3rd Anniversary Celebrations Due to popular demand we are once again offering 5 hours of private instruction 5 hours of class instruction 5 Top Hot Dance Club parties JO FOR ONLY 21 Summer dance parties are juit weeks away. Yeull get more out of life when you dance well More More Poise Greater Popu- larity. Dwil put it off another year Do it www. Offer available until April 19th MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY 3271442 Call Afternoons end Evenings Monday thru Friday "7he who Toke to Build Betl" Bring you the finest in Compon- ents now available at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 paramount cinema NEXT BIG ATTRACTION 8ft St. 4th Aw. South, 327-5MO NOW IN IT'S 16th WEEK IN CALGARY THIS IS THE PICTURE EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT "AT LAST, A COMPASSION- ATE AND LOVING FILM ABOUT BEING BLACK IN AMERICA- -JAY COCKS. FAMILY I "The FILM IS A RARITY. A MOVIE THE WHOLE FAMILY CAN ENJOY." -Ebony 1 "SOUNDER" A Robert B. fUtt-Fila Pi BY OE green acres drive-in ttayor Or. Coutti Hwy., 327.110O Tom Black BolL Betray him. Try to tame him But watch out. ADULT TONITE and WEDNESDAY New opera house This is the Opera House, now under construction. In Sydney Australia, which will be completed by the end of June. It has been under construction since 1959 and will be opened by Elizabeth on Oct. 20. COUNTRY MUSIC SURGES By McCANDLISH PHILLIPS New York Times Service NEW YORK The leadei-s of the giant country music in- dustry met here the other day to piot the capitulation of the northeast to the sound that has swept most of the rest of the country. They were emboldened by signs that Americans may be ready for a new popular music in the post Vietnam period a music with a dis- tinctly different tone and mes- sage from rock. Industry members includ- ing music publishers, record- company executives, writers, singers and sales and promo- tion men met in two major sessions, in the style to which their earnings have entitled them. SMOOTHED OUT Since the withdrawal of the United States from Vietnam, country music has enjoyed a sudden and surprising surge on college campuses, especially in the Middle West. In 1961, trade sources report, 81 radio stations in the United States were devoted exclusively to country music. Now the count has gone to more than 800, and the biggest cities have moved into the lineup. At the same time, the music has been increasingly adapted to urban ears. It has been smoothed out. made more com- mercially palatable, reduced in tanginess and sometimes cross- ed with other musical strains to create a contemporary or "modern'' country music sound. "Country music used to be a beer drinkan', don't mess- around-with-iny-wife-pal kind of music, but now it's becoming very one of its practitioners said. The country music assotia tion and eastern state country music hoped that the two meet- ings would have the effect of the two jaws of a nutcracker on a particularly tough nut the resistant New York market. They reasoned if the Japanese hold a bluegrass fes- tival in Tokyo's Hibiya Park and if London will convene its fifth annual country-music fes- tival in Wembley Stadium in May, New York should not be far behind. Ailing singer saluted NEW YORK (AP) An au- dience of nearly 3.000 filled Car- negie HaJl yesterday to salute Paul Robeson on his 75th birth- day. But the ailing singer, actor and political activist was not there to hear the tributes. Robeson, who lives in Enfield. j Conn., was praised as one of j the world's great bass-baritones and a fighter for the rights of blacks and oppressed peoples. In a taped message, Robeson j pledged to "go on 'singing in my i heart." I Robeson sang Old Man River in the first movie version of Show Boat. He also starred on, the stage as Othello and in Eu- gene O'Neil's Emperor Jones. but ts best known for his con-1 cert tours. BRUSSELS Greek actress Melina Mercouri and Greek-born Lady Aitielia Fleming led a thousand-strong demonstration through central Brussels today to protest against the six-year-old military regime in Greece. ANGELES (AP) The Writer Guild of America Satur- day accused five ers employed at Universal Stu- dios u( violating guild rules by BTJttl. The five television wrltftr-prtv ducers are Jack Vvebb of Adam 12 and Emergency, Jon Epstipn of Owen Marshall, Cy Cbermak of Ironside, Herman Saunders of Adam 12. and David Victor of Owen Marshall and Marcus Welby. The Writers Guild a hearing will be held for each man and that expulsion or sus- pension from the guild could ordered. The guild s ays hhey may also attempt to fine viola- tors. Television-show film went on strike March fi for pay increases and other benefits. WASHINGTON (API White House gave Frank Si- natra top billing yesterday when it announced he will en- tertain at a state dinner Tues- day for Italian Pnme Minis- ter Guiho Andreotti In addition, i t stressed t hat Binatra "is well known for his humanitarian efforts as well as top billing his erftertainmerit talents." Comedian has son arrested HIT NO. 2 Starring RICHARD WIDMARK "THE UNDEFEATED" In Color with ROCK HUDSON GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. MESTEOLA, N.Y. (AP) Alan King had his 18-year-old son Andrew arrested yesterday for doing something the comedi- an didn't think funny taking one of the family cars with- out permission. The boy spent the m'ght in a detention pen at Nassau County police headquarters and later was arraigned, not only on the unauthorized use of the auto charge but also for felonious possession of drugs. Police said that when they picked up Andrew they found 141 grains of marijuana and 41 grains of hashish in the car, which belonged to Mrs. King. "If be won't listen to what I tell him. then be has to do what the law says." said the elder King. The Kings live in a S300.000 mansion in King's Point near here. THE H O L I D A I o Hunh SvmorH Derrworth Harry AH e I nine 'irti; to KTJOW Ahowt SCT" 9 Lad Gmmpk-te Shew 9 Adult DRUT "fl Onp romplpt" Shmr 7 4S FAMILY paramount 8th St. 4th Are. South. 327-5100 TONITE and WED. AT P.M. JOHN IUHUNC BNN'JtlBRGRET THE THHIN BOBBEBS Techn POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS! The joyful, wonderful story and music of Johann Straussl FAMILY paramount cinema Mi SI. ft M5M T0NHTE and WED. METTOCOLCfc A-r pM ONLY FINAL MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT 2.15 P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema fttoyo, Mqptffc Or, 3ZB-63MV HELD OVER TONIGHT THRU THURS AT 7.00 P.M. YOU HAVEN'T SEEN ANYTHING UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN, EVERYTHING .wanted to know about i WHEAT CENTRE MOTORS LTD. PHONE 485-2296 PHONE 485-2096 VULCAN, ALTA. "Where Good Deals Are Made" A GOOD SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM F.ORD MERCURY USED TRACTORS CASE 1030 TRACTOR cab and dual Ser. No. 8298782 CASE 930 TRACTOR c'w cab. Low hours. Ser. No. 8309392. CASE 930 TRACTOR w cab. 3100 hours. Ser. No. 8308391. CASE 930 TRACTOR c'w cab. 3000 hours. Ser. No. 8241976 ____ CASE 930 TRACTOR r, w cab. Ser. No. 8291755...... CASE 830 TRACTOR E w cab. One owner. No IHC 1206 TRACTOR c w sab, cooler, radio. Dual low hours. Ser. No. 8588 MINN.-MOLINE 6705 C'w cob and duals. (44OC Ser. No. 23901398 MINN.-MOLINE 602 w 3 point hitch. Ser. No. MINN.-MOLINE 670 GAS w tab. Ser. No 29900036. MASSEY SUPER 950 c w tob Ser. No 37300531. MASSEY SUPER 950 Ser No OLIVER MASSEY HARRIS 444 C-o? w dyol loader i't Mo. COC JTJ USED CARS 1972 SPORTS 351, V8, aoro., bucket Power B S, radio. 1972 CHEV. MONTE CARLO 350, Vg auta., vinyl roof, power B S, radio. 1972 RAMBLER AMB.-SST Wagon. 360 V8, automatic, radio, power B S, air conditioner. 1972 OATSUN 240Z CD, 6 cyl., 4 (peed, radio, mog wheel 1972 FORD FAIRLANE 500 2 door H top, 302, VS, auto., power B S, radio, one owner. 1970 TORINO 4 door sedon, 351 4V engine, automatic, power brakes and radior low miles 1969 DODGE POLARA A sedan. VS, 'caio Tower 8 (1GOC I VV3 1968 OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88 4. door fedo-> 453 VS powpr b'okej oulc o-d rad.o 1969 FORD GALAX1E 2 aoor H 1op. 390 <1OQC V3, oolomos.c- -T 1967 FORD 500 4 door 350 VS 1967 METEOR MONTCALM 4 -doo' VS. PB i. radio, told down reor 1966 FORD FAIRLANC 4 aoor ledon, V8 1965 MERCURY MONTCLAIR 2 door 390 V8 auto., rcdio, power B ot 1965 METEOR RIDEAU 500 4 door sedan, 240, 6 auto., radio. 1965 MERCURY MONTCLAIR 4 door sedan, 352 VS, e malic, power broke, breezewoy window. 1966 COMET 202 4 door 289 VS, ou'o- 1966 FORD GALAXIE door H 100 289 V8 USED TRUCKS T969 FORD ECONOUNE VAN 1235" W B, 23? VS. oy'o- end QC radio. I 1966 MERCURY F800 Pickup. 240 6 cyi.. radio. 3 speed trars.. low mileage. 1965 CHEV. 34 TON P U 292 6 cyl.. A speed (tlrtQC trans, radio 9'VfJ 1967 CMC 'j TON 327 VS. ou'o rod-o PS S ol NEW 1972 FORD 600 174 w s, vs HD 15000 2 sx'e cc-AC' t'cfTirio, 15 Complete Dvol line Ford Now on Hand A good of 1973 ton's. Sto. 4 speed auto- matic, 4 wheel drive. WHEAT CENTRE MOTORS IT! Phone 485-2296 VULCAN, ALTA. Phcne 485-2096 ;