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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Husband-andrwife team is LONDON (CP) The Cana- dian musical duo of llenrielle Plattord nnd Kenneth Asch are praised hy The Daily Telegraph for their fine balance and versatility in a NOW...THE ONLY ZENITH HEARING AID WITH DIRECTIONAL HEARING Zenith's new The smallest bchind-the- eat hearing aiii Zenith mdkes it can "lisicn" to (he sounds you want to hear, and "ignore" iKose you don'l! It enhances sounds from the front and dc- emphasizcs distracting sounds from the rear. Designed for noisy situations, like ciowcJerf social tjalJierinrjs. Entire unit weighs less than ounce. No outside cord or wires. For full details, mail or bring this coupon Li! SFE AND THY THE NEW VJESIWOOD DIREXIIONAL AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. wcekon cl red I ul at 1.01 u] oil's Wigmore Hall. The couple, horn in Winnipeg and Montreal respectively, per- formed two works hy Canadian II r o LI and John well us repertoire of Mendelssohn, Mus- sorgsky, Schubert, and others. Their performance "never failed to hold one's says The Telegraph critic, who found "lightness and cliarm" in the Mendelssohn ami "JJOIH! humor" in Broil's songs of Die central Eskimos, sung in Die original language. 'All was performed with com- plete unanimity of attack anc! excellent intonation." Both artists also gave groups of solos, Asch receiving praise for his dramatic rendering of pieces by Mussorgsky and Cns- telnuovo-Tedesco, hi 1 e his wife's "bright, well-focused- voice touched tru; heart" in a Schubert work, says The Tele- graph. The recital, which followed a tour of the western United States, Honolulu and western and northern Canada, took place under the auspices of the Canadian high commission. fueiday, Aprif 25, 1972 1HE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Calgary parts King's golden Oscar stolen firm sold TONY AWARD WINNERS Top winners of Broadway's Tony Award's stand togelher In Manhaltan. From left are Phil Silvers, named besf aclor in musical for his starring role in revival of "A Funny Thing Hoppened on the Way to the Sada Thomp- son, best actress in slraight ploy for part in Alexis Smith, best actress award in musical category for role in Cliff Gorman, best actor for Tony awar winners NKW YORK fAP) Sticks and Bones and Two Gentlemen of Verona, Broad way shows SOUTHERN v ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "T. R. In color. Starring Candice Bergen. Tuesday, April 25. Show at p.m. Adult not suit- able for children. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "HUSBANDS" In color. Stan-ing Ben Gazzsra, Pelcr Falk and John Cassavetlcs, Tuesday, April 25 Show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "GET CARTER" In color. Starring Michael Caine and Britt Ekland. Tuesday, April 25. Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult.' written by newcomers, swept top honors for an exciting fina- le to the 2tHli annual Tony Awards ceremony. The top drama was Sticks and Bones, written by 31-year- old Vietnam veteran David Rabe, Two Gentlemen, written hy John Guare and Mel Shapiro, was named the best musical. The top acting ward s for musical performance presented during the ceremony went to Alexis Smith of Follies and Phil Silvers, who arrived just two I weeks ago in a revival of A I Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. The role of Miss Smith, a na- tive of Penticton, B.C., in Fol- lies was the highlight of her j career in which she has played j mostly in second-rate films. j Rut her performance In Follies electrified the critics and the show is one of the most suc- I cessful now running. RAFFLE WINNER! Pictured here Is MRS. K. TSUKISH1MA of COALDALE receiving a MAGNAVOX 26" color television set, from MR. TAK OKAMURA (right) president of the Lethbridge Young Adults Bud- dhist Association. The draw was made Sunday, April 16th. At the left of the picture is MR. KAZ HIR- AGA, President of ACME TELEVISION LTD., who donated the television set. ATLANTA, Ga. Gcnu- v. Parts Co., a distributor ol utomotive replacement parts, it has reached agreement o purchase Curljett's Lid. of ,ilgary. President Wilton Looncy said he cost would be ahout inllirm in Genuine shares. Corbetl's, operating in West- Canada, had sales hist year f ahout million and profit if about Cliff Gorman of Lenny am Sada Thompson of Twigs gar nered the top drama actinj prizes. Supporting musical award went to Larry Blyden, also i Forum, and io Linda Hopkins who appeared in Inner Cilj which closed three months ago Miss Hopkins was the only Negro to win an award this year even though there were several blacks nominated in many categories. In the drama supporting categories the winners were Vincent Gardenia of The Pris- oner of Second Avenue and Elizabeth Wilson of. Sticks and Bones. The elaborate presentation riles at the Broadway Theatre were telecast over the ABC network and, as usual, ran over the planned two-hour schedul- ing, this time by !5 minutes. Special awards for distin- guished accomplish mcnt through long careers were pre- sented to musical star Ethel Merman and composer Richard Hodgers, both of whom partici- pated in quick-tempo reprises of conspicuous triumphs. Har- old Prince got a medallion cita- tion on behalf of Fiddler on (lie Roof, which on June 17 be- comes the longest running show- in Broadway history. The Tony awards named after Anlionette Perry, a fig- ure of Second World War theatre. New fishing pad reached MADRID (AP) The Cana- ilian and Spanish governments have reached agreement on a to end Spanish fishing in Canadian waters over a period of years, diplomatic sources re- ported today. The sources gave no details but said the agreement was ex- pected to lie announced in Ot- tawa, perhaps within a month. Tiie sources described the talks just concluded in Madrid as friendly and co-operative. Spanish fishermen have been working Canadian waters in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and off Newfoundland for centuries. The new agreement is the re- sult of a Canadian act one year ago extending Canadian fishing rights 12 miles offshore and in certain closed waters following complaints by Canadian fisher- men the cod banks were being overfished. The new bilateral agreement is awaiting approval hy both governments, sources said. Ar- rived at Friday, it calls for a "progressive termination over a period of years" of Spanish fishing rights, a source said. SPOKANE, Wash. The Golden Oscar awarded to I3ing Crosby for his role in "Go- ing Rly has been stolen from the Crosby Library on the Gotizaga University campus. Police said a three-inch high Gets new knee TORONTO (CP) A 72-year- old North Bay, disabled for years with osteo- arthritis, has been given part of a new knee joint in a trans- plant operation at the New Mount Sinai Hospital here. A surgical learn implanted carti- lage and bone to replace the statue of Mickey Mouse was left in place of the Oscar. Police said the theft during the weekend appeared to he a prank since [tone of the other Crosby memorabilia in display cases, including the crooner's gold records, disturbed. The police report said Ilia mi'talic value of the gold plated Oscar was about Crosby donated his awards to the Roman Catholic University that lie once attended here. ADULTS OX THE RUN TOKYO (Renter) Mora adults than teen-agers are run- ning away from home in .la- woman's worn-out knee. It is pan, police reported. Fifty-eight 1 per cent of last year's runaways were middle-aged, v.'ith business troubles. the second such transplant at tho hospital in the last three months. NEEDED WINNIPEG Man- iloba Chiropractic Association endorsed a recruitment pro- gram Io try and attract at least 30 new chiropractors to the province. More ECONOMICAL for you. Better for ECOLOGY. Glass recycles. That's why! It's the real thing. Coke. Pf n YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th ST. N. JACK'S COMMUNE REPORT. Hundreds of dropouls end graduate! In tlieir upper UvcnfJes have migrotec1 to communes in various parts of Canada. Josh Freed and Karl Nerenberg folk to some of these young people and report on hosv faring, IN YOUR LETHBR1DGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Starts Thursday THE VAULT OFHOFROH Gordon fined I CHICAGO (AP) Dick Gor- don, a wide receiver (or Chi- cago Bears ot the National Football League, surrendered to federal officials today lo begin serving a 15-day sentence for failing to file an income tax re- turn. Judge Richard McLaren of U.S. District Court fined Gordon and placed him on probri- tion for five years Friday after the football player pleaded guilty to charges that he Jailed to file a return in 1969. Cross death strip GOETTFNGEN, West Ger- many (AP) Four young East Germans crossed the death strip into West Germany yes- terday, successfully eluding Communist guards, West Ger- man customs reported. The four, three young men and a girl, reported to West German police after getting through a mined double fence system. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Mary Queen of Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Rip Off" Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Sunday Bloody Sunday" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Brother John" "The Horsemen" One Complete Show STARTS TOMORROW HELD OVER AND MOVED OVER TO THE PARAMOUNT CINEMA ADLJLT Chosen for the Roral Film Performance, 1972 for 1'ivc Academy including Ikst Acura Redgrave ..j.iDavcnport'" :.'i. Dahon f Septs Massey G t R E E N ACRES- j WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY) Glory, W.Va., 1935. t A time' to run for your life. ADUlT-Not for child suitable ren So. I 'Machine Gun McCain' PETER fALK JOHN CASSAVETES BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE! ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Xoimnau-d fur HVC Aiudcniv EVsl K Last Times Tonight ot and p.m. ncmcflira Theatre Rented Wednesday for Scottish Conceit RESTRICTED ADULT RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE TONIGHT and WED. ol and p.m. "Sunday Bloody Sunday" Glenda Jackson fleterRnch MurrayHead Unrtod Artiste ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLOR OMAR SHARIF LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG-JACK PALANCE Hit No. "BROTHER JOHN" with Sidney Poitier Lost Time Tonight Show Storls ot p.m. ;