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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETSiBRIOGE HERAID Wednesday, August 23, )9X2-----------..............- Sammy Davis Jr. major J VENICE. Italy (AIM The "3 Venice international film festival opened Monday night, still without it.s Lion awards but v.ith a rival "anti-foslivar planned by leftist dissidents. An Americati film. Cubard. directed by Bob ajicl u German entry, Studentcn Aufs Schafott of Gust a v Ehmck. led (lie first of 14 days of screen- ings of 28 movies from around thp world, None, however, hi1 en any official prize. The customary awards were dis- continued two years ago after charges by leftists that the Lions were always bestowed cm directors. This time, plan a 1 democratic'1 film festival of their own. The films in the ri- val festival, scheduled to begin next Monday, have yet to announced. MIAMI BEACH Keulcn Sammy Davis Jr. Mill be ap- pearing among the "Celebrities for Nixon" ?.t the Republican convention here. is re- garded by the party as its priz? catch among show business stars. His value as a Nixon sup- porter is that he is a Democrat, Jewish and black. But his agreement to appear at t lie convention has caused the Res K'bHcans fame problems, says t lie al-o insisletl on a private Washinclon Post columnist jet to fly him from California at a charter i-ost of tlie ClK' She quotes iin unnamed uarty columnist adds. official as saying But all ended well. Tlie He- wanlcd Ilic Ix-st presidential I publicans fuural Davis a pent- suite in town. We're no'.v V.ouse and his recording com- un our third hutel Irving tn finil i jiany supplied the jel plane. ono he likes. lie's ijotla i And Monday. Davis heaitci! for have a penthouse." Miami Beach. ____ poet dies age MONTREAL t'CPi Abra- ham Moses Klein. t-J. one of 1 Canada's beM known and most poets, lias died. Mr. Klein was one of the original "Monacal School" of pcL-ts uho introduced modern pee tic techniques to this toun- try ir. tlie late 19205. A Montreal-born and I Tahmidic scholar, tie was i a warded the Govenior-Gcn- leral's niccbl in for his achievement in poetry and tho Edward Bland Memorial Fel- j lowshjp in 1017 for a scries of j poems on French Canada. He was a frequent cor.lrib- (Utor to such journals as Cana- dian Mercury. Canadian Forum and Tlie Nation. He once edited The Canadian Zionist and the Newish Chronicle, He is survived by ILLS wife, t wo s uii s. o f: o daughter, t lu'C e and a sister. Painting; on loan OTTAWA (IT) Benjamin West's 1770 painting The DprHh of Wolfe is being loaned by jCaiip.da'K National Gallery to the Royal Academy of Art in for an exhibition de- voted to DEFECT Alexander Ivanov, 25, left and Yuri Grodetzky, 33, Leningrad Music Hall Orchestra, sit in a hotel room in Mexico Cily ih feeling antl being granted political asylum by Mexican govGrnme disappeared Saturday, the Russian orchestra was in Mexico O members of Ihe is offer de- nt. The Iwo men on a tour. II Groenen Pholo Your Dollar Does Better with these HIGHLIGHTS! WKDNKSDAV BASKHAI.I.: National l.rajjue. C Cli. 7: Montreal Kxpos lake cm Ilic Cincinnati Heels, who seem fairly certain of facing Pittsburgh Pirates in tins year's National league final. SI'KCIAI.: Jltil Slrunk Slmw, p.m.. Ch. 11: Jud Klriink, a homespun comic-siiuier, hosts I his variety show and is joined by Andy Griffith, Nyc iiml Tina Cole. Canadian Ko'otlinll If.'W, 7 p.m. Cli. 13: Winnipeg Blue flomhers, tho team many think could un- seat Calgnry as WI-'C champions, meet the team favored to win the KFC but winlcss in Ilirce. starts so far this year, the Toronto Argonauts. SI'KCIAI.: ItcpiiMic Convention, p.m., Cli. .11: Nominations and for (he vice-presidential candi- date arc highlighted tonight with Spin) Agncw a cinch to gel the nod. Miinlana. I.anil of the His Sky. p.m., Cli. 3: Former newscaster Chel lluntley, now the driving force hshind the building of a recreational complex in Montana, narrates a lour of the Treasure State, featuring a rfi-onact- inent cf Custer's battle r.t Little Big Horn in Ifl76. TIIUIISIMV "MOVIK: The licsllcss Ilreril. 1 p.m., Cli. 7: The son o[ an agent killed by a ganjj of is determined to complete his father's mission. Stars Anne Bancroft ami Kcolt firady. Si-crct AUCIH 1 Cli. A Japar.eso story of inlriguc, double agents ami beautiful women. 642 13th ST. 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