Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, February TM UTMRfJjta MUUB 7 Tfcat 'Bye, Bye Blackbird? bit at least-thai Bye Blackbird" treeiing bit the Milan Arsenal is for the birds. MILAN, Tenn. (AP) As the United States Army is the moment Italian Canadian Social Club SPAGHETTI and MEATBALL SUPPER and DANCE SATURDAY, FEB. 27th SUPPER 7 P-M- DANCE 9 P.M. GERMAN CANADIAN HALL 9th Avo. N. MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY! PLAYING AT THE YORK HOTEL Cor. 13th St. and 3rd Ave. N. "THE PYRAMID" The Mott Popular Country Western Rock Groupl ONE WEEK Feb. 22nd to Feb. 27th SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HOW THE WEST WAS WON" to Metrocolor. Starring James Stewart, Henry Fonda, John Wayne, Richard Widmark and Ell Wallach. Saturday, February 20. Shows at and p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE" In Technicolor. Starrim? Jason Robards, Stella Stevens and David Warner. Saturday, February 20. Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "MAROONED" In Eastmancolor. Starring Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna and David Janssen. Satan-day and Sunday, February 27 and 28. Show each night at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "KRAKATOA, EAST OF JAVA" In Technicolor. Starring Maximilian Sehell, Diane Baker, Brian Keith and Bar- bara Werle. Saturday, February 20. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "GONE WITH THE WIND" In color. Starring Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, February 20, 22 and 23. Saturday show at p.m. Adult. Special Matinee Sunday, p.m. "JACK AND THE BEANSTALK" In color. All seats 50cSpecial.mid- night preview Saturday at a.m. "MAD ROOM Starring Shelly Winters. Gei mere out of family to a movlt for the birds Col. Zacbarias Rael, deputy commander of the Army Pro- curement Agency at Joliet, 111., said: "Right now the army is happy with the black- birds. They are causing the army no difficulty whatso- ever with the operation of the Milan plant." Paul LeFebvre of the U.S. interior department had said last Friday the department had worked out a proposal to spray and freeze the birds be- cause about three mil'ion of them were roosting in the area and had killed a 19V2 acre pine forest. Indians press screen demands _ tWnt 1 By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) North American Indians are stepping up there demands for a better portrayal of then- people on the movie screen and more jobs in the film in- dustry. Through most of the film in- dustry, the redskin has been portrayed in the worst possi- ble light. Except for rare films such as Broken Arrow and Cheyenne Autumn, the story of the West has been told through white man's Oliver plays crapshooter in British production LONDON (AP) Sir Laur- ence Olivier is going to play hat high-rolling crapshooter Nathan Detroit in a production of the musical Guys and Dolls by the British National Theatre opening at the Old Vic next Nov. 24. The National Theatre usually concentrates on dramatic clas- sics. Guys and Dolls was to have been staged last year, but Oli- vier fell ill. Its British opening will come 21 years after its New York premier. LONDON (AP) Sean Con- nery, who played the title role in most of the James Bond mov- ies, says he and his actress- writer wife Diane Cilento have parted. "This time It is the he told reporters here. There had been previous separations. Miss Cilento has left their home in the Putney area of Lon- don to live In Wimbledon. Con- nery gave no reason for the breakup of the eight-year-old marriage. LONDON (Reuter) Four members of the Tremoloes, one of Britain's top pop groups, were each fined today for avoiding customs duty on musical instruments. Drummer David Munden, organist Alan Blakely, lead guitarist Richard Westwood and singer Leonard Hawkes all pleaded guilty to keeping guitars, drums and speaker cabinets on which duty had not been paid. eyes. The Indian generally has been shown as the most savage of savages. "I don't think our people were that says Chief Dan George, the British Col- umbia Indian patriarch who won the New York Critics Award for 1970 for best sup- porting actor in Little Big Man. Chief George, 71, is honor- ar" leader of the Tsa-laU- watt, or Inlet people, and lives on Reserve No. 2 of the Burrard Indian band on the lower slopes of Vancouver's North Shore when not making or promoting movies. "Throughout the world the Image of the Indian is says Jay ffllverheels, veteran Hollywood actor most noted for his Tooto with The Lone Ranger. "Movies have always pro- jected the Indian the ag- gressor, interested only in ac- quiring scalps. This is an in- accuracy. Many of the tribes were peaceful people who fought only when their terri- tory was threatened." BORN IN CANADA Silverheels, whose real name is Harry Smith, is _ Mohawk Indian who was born on the Six Nations Reserve near Brantford, Ont. Indian groups are becoming active in combatting wha PARIS (AP) Comedian Du- valles, whose real name was Frederic Coffinieres, died Sun- day at age 77. Duvalles, who made his debut in 1919, was known for his vaudeville and film performances. they believe is a bad screen iriiage. Indians now are seeking more employment in the film industry. A one-girl campaign Is being conducted by Sandy Ego, a full-blocded Apache from Albuquerque, N.M., who is starting what could be a promising acting career. Within a year she has ap- peared in such television ser- ies as Bonanza, Men of Shiloh, The Psychiatrist and Adam 12. "I've portrayed a shameless hussy, a spitfire, a pregnant squaw, a mistreated everything except a role that shows an Indian can says Miss Ego, 21. "This shows the white man's con- tept of the Indian. RUNS CAMPAIGN "It's nothing malicious, just a lack of understanding." Jfflverheels, the only Indian oa the board of directors of the Screen Actors Guild in Hollywood, has been cam- paigning for greater use of In- dian actors. Says Silverheelsr: "The Indian is in the same position the Negro was many years ago when Jackie Robin- son was breaking the color line in baseball. The Negroes have been very effective in getting their rights. They can New communion ivins approval VATICAN CITY (Reuter) Roman Catholic priests in nine countries now may place com- munion bread in the hands of church-goers instead of direct- ly into their mouths, the Vati- can said here. Vatican spokesman Federico Alessandrini said the Vatican's congregation for the faith had granted requests to this effect by bishop's conferences in Canada, West Germany, Ja- pan, The Netherlands, Yugo- slavia, Belgium, Austria, South Africa and France and its ter- ritory of French Somalia. The variation on the com- munion ceremony is designed to make communicants more active and dignified partici- pants in it. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327.7244 BE SURE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EL RANCHO'S POPULAR SECOND ANNUAL 1 DINNERS J FOR TH1 fm PRICE OF SPECIAL IN EFFECT MONDAY, FEB. 22 to SATURDAY, FEB. 27 IN OUR MAIN DINING ROOM MONDAY AND TUESDAY FEATURE- NEW YORK STRIP IOIN STEAK WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY FEATURE- ALBERTA ROAST PRIME RIBS OR BEEF FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEATURE- HALF FRIED CHICKEN EL RANCHO STYLE Today's Showtimes ARAMOUNT attu-day 'pecial Matinee Jack and the Beanstalk" Jne Complete Show liort Subjects Lovers Other Strangers" unday hort Subjects Liberation of L. B. Jones" )ne Complete Show 'ARAMOUNT CINEMA laturilay Short Subjects 'There's a Girl in My Soup" ,ast Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects There's a Girl in My Soup" Last Complete Show IOLLEGE ONEMA Saturday Special Matinee "Jack and the Beanstalk" Last Complete Show Short Subjects "Mash" Last Complete Show Sunday Matinee "Jack and the Beanstalk" One Complete Show Short Subjects "Mash" One Complete Show TREAT THE FAMILY TO SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 OVERTURE CONCERTS Proudly Present THE CANADIAN PRIMA DONNA OF THE METROPOLITAN OPERA AND THE VIENNA STATE OPERA 'A Resounding Triumph' IN THE COMFORT OF THE YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE P.M. A FEW SEATS AVAILABLE TO NON SUBSCRIBERS LEISTER'S MUSIC STORE OR AT THE DOOR FEB. 25th SINGLE TICKET HOLDERS WILL BE SEATED AT P.M. TERESA STRATA! PLUS var uini'w SASQUATCtt rAMAHA'C YOU MUST SEE IT 10 BEUEVE II ADMISSION ADULTS CHILDREN UNDER 12 Tickets available al door at all theatres I.ETHBRID6E Votes Memorial Centre Sot, Feb. 20lh 1 and 8 p.m Sun., Feb. 21st 1 p.m, at the following Southern Alberta Location Feb. 20th TABER, Common ity Centre 7 and Feb. 21st FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre 2 anf Feb. 21 si PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre 2 and 7 p.m Feb. 22nd VAUXHAll, Arc Theatre 7 and p.m Feb. 22nd PICTURE BUTTE Town Theatre 7 p.m. ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE CLUB GENERAL MEETING MONDAY, FEB. 22nd 8 p.m. NOMINATION OF OFFICERS ALL MEMBERS ARE URGED TO ATTEND CATHOLIC CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Presents "THE MOUSE THAT ROARED" A COMEDY FRIDAY, FEB. 26-8 p.m. SATURDAY, FEB. 27-8 p.m. SUNDAY, FEB. 28 p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Students Adulh Tickets en sale at Ulsrtrt and at tin door ELKS PUBLIC BINGO EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NOS. PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS MEMBERS AND GUESTS IN CANTEEN 1251 3rd Avenue South ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY'S DANCE CLIFF'S COMBO The German Canadian Club Cor. 9th and 6lh St. N. Presents a MASQUERADE DANCE Saturday, Feb. 20 p.m. Entertainment by "DIAMOND FOUR" Prizes For All Classes of Costumes MEMBERS and GUESTS hold out the threat that If they don't get equal treatment, movies can be boycotted by millions of Negroes. "Indians don't have that power. There are only of us. Boycott by Indians would not mean the loss of money that a Negro boycott could bring." MANY SEARCHED At least 125 patents for mechanical of typesetting in the United States, according to the Na- ional Geographic Society. YOUR PHILIPS' DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV JAllY 9 302 13th St. N. THE NEWCOMERS Jaced every challenge to claim a dream! FAMILY WALT DISNEY-- PRODUCTIOHS STARTS WED. oaunw TISCHMICOIJOBC PARAMOUNT 4th AVE Bih ST 127 5100 NOW SHOWING Tonite at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT M'mmirnimGoofl! PETER SEUERS GOLDIE HAWN COLOR From Cotatb 2 SHOWS SUNDAY and p.m. MONDAY 3 SHOWS and p.m. COLLEGE NOW SHOWING _______ THRU WEDNESDAY Showing SUNDAY at p.m. only COCKEYED -Joiepfl Morjtnsttni, NimxnK fffmCtlO i MASH Color bv STARTS THURSDAY T ADUIT DIRECT FROM ITS SENSATIONAL ROADSHOW FAMILY NOWFOR1HE 1STTIHEAT POPULAR 2a PRICES! "JACK AND THE BEANSTALK" SHOWING SUNDAY P.M. ONLY r r LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th Street North Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE "THE GOLD DOTS" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 PARAMOUNT AVE S Bin ST 327blOO STARTS SUNDAY SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT P.M. ONLY 1 The Liberation of L B. Jones is unforgettable! A totally compelling piece of story-telling! It is unsentimental, unsparing, unforgiving, brutal, powerful, deeply disturbing and superbly __ a WILLIAM WUERflm RESTRICTED ADULT OFt-B 1ESJ ASTHONT ROSCOEIEE IE? COBB-ZERBE-BROWNE-MAJORS BAHBSBA WHET CHU HERSHEY-KOTTO-WIUS and introducing LOLA FALANA COLOR ______ TONKJHT And Other Strangers"