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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Aprit 27, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Canadian song writers honored TOItONTO (CP) Compos-1 cr-slKgw Gene MacLcllan, a resident of Prince Edward Is- land, was honored last night as the first Canadian lo write a song that has received a million broadcast performances in the United States alone. A c e r t i f i c a t e noting this achievement, was presented at Hie fourth annual IJMI Canada Ltd. awards for Canadian music composers and publishers. Kdward Cramer, president of Hie United Slates parent organi- zation, Broadcast Music Inc., wlio made the presentation lo the composer's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Phillip MacLcllan, said that Snowbird was "Ihe most widely-played song in Hie world" in 1971. The composer did not attend the award cere- mony. Snowbird propelled Nova Sco- tia's Anne Murray to sinning stardom. Ge-nc Mucl.ollan also received one of Hie IJMI awards for his song, Put Your Hand in the Hand, as one of the 24 most- played songs by Canadian in L971. DOUBLE WINNERS nurlon Cuinmings Winni- peg's Tlie Guess Who, Rich Dodson of Calgary's The Slam- pcders and Terry Jacks of the Vancouver group The Poppy Passport Photos Candid Picture Framing Pholo SupplM' A. E. CROSS STUDIO Fhont 710 3id J. Phone 358-M32 THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "The Whitewash" FROM CALGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret' EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! ''aniily each received two awards. C u m in i n g s wrote Albert Hasher and lie and Kurt Winter were honored lor writing Rain Dance, both Guess Wlio hils. Uodsoii, who earlier (his year received a Juno award as Can- ada's top composer of 1971, re- ceived liis awards [or Carry Me and Sweet City Woman, both recorded by Ihc Slampcders. .lacks wrote Hie nils I Was Won- dering and Wlieic Evil Grows. Oilier awards went to: Terry Carissc and Bruce fiawlins of OUawa for tlieir Hello Mom, recorded by llic Mcrcey Brolh- ers; Leonard Colicn for So Long Marianne; Johnny Ciwcll for Gonei-ievc; Hob Cockell, Tony Dunning and Rob Forrester o[ Steel River for llicir composi- lion Southbound Train: Shirley EikJiarr) of Oshawa. Out., for II Takes Time, which slie also recorded; Lcs Emmerson for Signs, recorded by the Five Man Electrical Band; Manitoba native Rick Neufeld (or Country Princess; Skip Prokop of Light house for OHO Fine Morning; Jim Koberls for It Seems; R. Dean Taylor [or Ain't It a Sad Thing; lluss Thornberry for Koscline; Ken Tobias for Slav Awhile, the [lit recorded by The Dells o[ Montreal; Denis For- cier and Claude Michon foi Petit Pierre; Michel Pagliaro for M'Lady; Frank Mills foi Sweet Sounds of Mifsic anr Jacques Wei 11 for Noc. Special awards on behalf of the writers, composers and pub ishcrs affiliated with BMl Cau- ida Ltd. were presented to the Canadian Radio-Television Com- nission, llic CI3C and (lie Cana- dian Association of Broadcast- ers for Ilieir "continuing conlri- nilions lo Ihc success of Cana- dian music." BiMl Canada Ltd. collects and distributes performance royal- lies to more Ihan Canadian writers and composers and Ca- nadian music publishers. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BILLY JACK" In color. Slarrinf; Tom Laughlin and Dolores Taylor. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 27, 28 and 29. Thursday show at p.m. Restricted adult. MILK RIVER Sunlond Theatre Walt Disney's LEAGUES UNDEIl THE SEA" In Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 25. Friday shou- at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Wall Disney's "THE ARISTOCRATS" In Technicolor. Friday, Saturdoy and Sunday., April 28, 29 and 30. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" In color. Star- ring Claudia Cardinale and Henry Fonda. Thursday, April 27. Show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THIS DESERTER" In Tecluiicolor. Starring Ricliard Crenna, Chuck Connors and Ricardo Monlalban. Thurs- day and Friday, April 27 and 28. Thursday snows at and p.m. Adult. not suitable for children. Alexander Brothers, Scots Show sparkle Ealoii plan suspended TOHONTO dcvcl- npnrs nT a proposed S200million Eaton Centre redevelopment project in downtown Toronto said today they have suspend- ed further steps in order to re- assess the scheme. "I don'L know whether you'd say it's dead, huL what wo have to do is reassess the silimlioii pretty saitl Neil Wood, president of Fain-lew Corp. developers of Ihe proposed project hi (lie down- town area. Mr. Wood said in an interview decision ID reassess the pro- ject followed a breakdown in negotiations foi a purchase price for city-owned streets within the area planned for de- velopment. MARQUIS CABARET THE RUSS MARSH SHOW Dancing and Entertainment Thursday, Friday and Saturday Thursday No Covcrchaige Friday no Coverehcvge fcr lodiej p.m. to a.m. Fully Licemed ENTERTAINING IN THE RED COACH LOUNGE 'Hugh Symons' THUJS., m, SAT. My HIC SWIHAIU llevahl Slalf Scots invaded Lclli- Iii'klge Wednesday night and easily captured llic hearts of 950 south Albertans with one of tlie best performances of llic Scouted Wliitc Itealhcr Con- cert in tlic 23 year history of liic allow. Drawing on llic instrumental, vocal and humorous (nlcnt ol the cast of seven, the troupe uas eroded wiih audience res- ponse, applause ami raves throughout tlie three hour performance. Sponsored hy the SeoLs Coin- mil lee of St. Andrew's Presby- terian Church, the Alexander Brothers, Tom and Jack, head- lined Hie cast, more stage lime, obvious lalent and "stage side manner" second lo none, they deserved llicir lofty position. the invitation for all gentlemen to loosen (heir ties and for all ladies lo "make I heir own Ihe Alexanders set the stage for an evening of pure enjoyment. Oil Ihc piano, Jack Alexander and accompanist Ken Hay ties proved more than adequate, while on Ihe accordion. Tom Alexander and Bill Marshall equally ariept. AH four have tickled the ivories a time or two, Josephine McQueen made her first North American visil a memorable one with a per- formance n'liich featured one of the most easy listening voices in the show. She handled Charlie Is My Darlin' and Tile ICriskie Lilt like a pro while Anne l-'ields old time music dall per- j [ormancc presented a slight change from the strictly Scot-) lish dialogue. Neil Owen provided some spot duly between two very funny skits in bis role as "offi- cial comedian." Tour Manager Jiminy War- ren said Ihere arc 27 slops on (be visit this year. The truupc will perform in Saskatoon to- night. lie said Jimmy who .starred in Ihc spring show dui-- iiig will headline Ihc (all .show. Dales arc yet lo be an- nounccd. Church won't pay MEXICO CITY (Renter) Church .authorities e f u s e d Wednesday lo pay a ransom of 57.500 demanded by Ihe kidnap- pers ot a priest, Hev. Juan Ilamon Lopez, 11, disap- peared from a suburban church last week. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY and SATURDAY "JERRY and the TRAVELLERS" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYl 733 13th St. N. NOW FUUY LICENCED G FINAL DRAW MAY SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION Divorce mill CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) In an cxperimcnlal nighl divorce court. Judge Orville llichardson [granted 23 divorces in 2'i hours. Each case Wednesday took alwul five minulcs. The night court was seL up as a con- venience lo men and u'omen who otlienvise mfght lose a day's pay. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Last Complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Mary Queen of Scots" 9.--SO Last Complete COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Tales of Ihe Crypt" Laot Complete Show GRKF.N ACHES DRIVE-IN "Machine Gun McCaine" "Fools Parade" One Complete Show Holiday pay plan studied OTTAWA (CP) Manpower Minister Bryce Mackasey dis- missed any notion Tuesday Iliat the unemployment insurance commission soon relax a policy of delaying payment of benefits lo workers who receive severance or holiday pay at the time of their layoff. Pressed by N'rw Democrat lid Broadljent Mr. Mackasey tolrl Ihc Com- mons labor committee the UIC will review the policy. A change is possible if it will not upset the financial calculations on which premiums and other factors are based, lip said. Bui he slresscrt that the plan is supposed to provide insurance against an "inlerruption of earnings" rather than loss ot a job. fie is concerned, he said, at newspaper editorials which refer ID the plan as a form of welfare. Mr. Broadbent argued that both severance and holiday pay are a form of deferred earnings. Workers are hemp; penalized un- fairly when Ihey are required lo use up lump sums paid at the end of llieir employment before Ihey can receive insurance ben- efits. APPEARING NIGHTLY In The "AZTEC" Lounge At The EL RANCHO WM. JAMES ROGERS Slar of TV and Radio, recent- ly relumed from Cross Can- ada Tour with "Ann SWEEPSTAKES 1st Prize....... 2nd Prize....... 3rd Prize....... 4th Prize....... Plus 70 Prizes of eoch each Final draw will be made in public with TV covcrago of the evcnf in Calgary, May 24, 1972 All net proceeds of Ihe Shrine-Lions Sweep- stakes will be used for hospitals, medical research, education and community pro- jects. The lethbridge Lions Clubs and Lelhbridge Shrine Club are providing the public with a final chancs fro purchase one or more of ihese Shrine-Lion Sweep- slake Tickets by having available on Saturday, April 29rh from a.m. fo p.m. members of fhe lion and Shrine Clubs localcd in Ihc following places of business. CENTRE VILLAGE I.G.A. EATON'S L-MART STORES SAFEWAY STORES SIMPSONS-SEARS WOOLCO ZELLERS Wolch your news papers for ddails on I lie many c ho ri table ond hcalih projocti your dollars spent in the Shrine-Lions Sweeps'a kes will lupport, Community Services Department CITY OF LETHBRIDGE FRITZ SICK POOL April 26lh Sol. April ?9tl, Sun. April 30lh NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swimrrting Public U R r Public Swii Family ung ling p m. p.m. NOTE: The Noort Hour Swim teision on Monday, May lit has been cancelled, due lo prcvioui booking commitmenls. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE April 25, 197? The Cily of Lelhbridge Cemetery By-law includes ihe following seclion: a) No person shall place artificial flownri on tiny lo( in Ihe said Public Cemeferics during Mie period May 1 il September 301h inclusive in any year. b) The Superintendent shall have full lo remove arlificial i lowers from any lot in the said Public during (he period referred to sub paragraph NOTICE is hereby given thol 01 of May 1, 1972, ar- lificiol flower arrangcmenti remaining in ihe Ceme- lory will be collcded for dispose! by Cemelery ilaff. Owners wlio re loin their orrangemcnl, must have them removed prior to May 1, 1972. YOUR PHILIPS DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE IHE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A f If I C RAPID AND TV J J 302 I3lh SI. N. SATURDAY MATiNEE ONLY at 2.15 p.m. CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON ONLY AT 2.15 P.ffl. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT j'Tk f Calico County" Fabray Sit' o' BCKAN2A ALL SEATS THIS SHOW NOW SHOWING at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN THE VAULT OF HORROR TJ PA" CL-. fid i Pr.'1' os iTTMTEWl NOW SHOWING ot and p.m. 4th.VWe ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Uniled flrtian PHONE 71100 111 URfEN ACRES DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGHATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY I LAST TIMES TONIGHT "FOOLS PARADE" IN COtOR JAMES STEWART GEORGE GUN McCAIN" IN COIOB PETER FAIK JOHN CASSAVETTES FRIDAY thru SUNDAY Ready to kill far i killino in CARRY ON DOCTOR" 2 fr in color with "THE CARRY ON GANG" TONITE thru SAT. ot and p.m. ClioMTiJbrHir Kov.il Performance, 1972 Krderav r -...-.-.Jri; j., Met -aoh.m ADULT CJOC proudly presents OF THE FINEST GROUPS in TllE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, formerly c-led "SLEtPY from SPOKANE, WASH. (For Of Tabor Dislricl Blind 'BUND WILLIE' ALONG WITH ONE Of ALBERTA'S TOP GROUPS CAPITOL RECORDING ARTISTS Willie will appear al ihe Tnber Civic Conlrc, Saturday, April 29lh From p.m. te n.m.) 'PAINTEi' Show and Dance Combination Sunday, April 30th, 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. Lcthbridge Exhibilion Pavilion Tickets nvnilnblo nf daor ;