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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February LETHBRIDOE HERALD-7 Governor Ronald Reagan offered role in movie Cahf. (AP) Gov. Ronald Reagan, a DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC BOSSHOSACK Cartfflad Dairtal Mactente t-304 Sth S Ph. J27-7244 former president of the Screen Actors Guild, was offered a role Monday as a reporter in a movie being filmed in this northern California town. Producers William Alexander and Bill Shiffrin said they don't expect the governor to accept, but stated the job is his if he wants it. SALT of the EARTH This film banned during the McCarthy hysteria, is a re-creation of a year long strike carried cut by Chicano mine-workers in New Mexico As the strike progresses, the men find that they cannot win without the front line support of their wives, who quickly prove that they are capable of both support and leadership Film will presented at tht Fleetwood Bawden School Wednesday, February 20th, at 8 p.m. THE LETHBRIDGE FOLK ARTS COUNCIL and THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE NATIVE CANADIAN DAY Folk Dances Music Songs THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21st TIME: 12 o'clock noon PLACE: U of L Main Concourse (6th leval) Free Admistion Everyone Welcome Disneyland, Palm Grand Canyon. March 2, 23, May 11, from transportation and accomodation (twin) Reno, San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood, Knotts Berry Farm, Disneyland Palm Springs Grand Canyon and Las Vegas Easter Holiday Disneyland Tour tt Iw K 1228. 11 days transportation and accommodation (twin) Reno, San Francisco Hollywood. Disneyland, Las Vegas about Expo 74 in low aatlOfl par ptnon. S day loan. Transportation and accomodation. AH Now On TtM Haw SlghttMing Star NORTHERN BUS TOURS LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 327-3536 Red Coach HOTEL Lounge Presents Nightly for your listening pleasure Tom McNicol INTHE THURS.. FBI., MT. TAVERN "SLIDE OUT" Thank You! We wish to thank our patrons for the overwhelming response to our valentine's Day Special We apologize to those who were unable to receive the full benefit of service that day MR. I. M. WHITTINOTON Corner 4th and 7th SL S. FOOD BEVERAGE MANAGER SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "5 RNGERS OF DEATH" in color. Wednesday. Febru- ary 20, show at p.m ADULT NOT SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN. MILK RIVER-Sunland Theatre "ACE ELI AND ROGER OF THE SKIES" in color. Starring Cliff Robertson Thursday and Friday, February 21 and 22. Thursday show at 8-30 p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre "UP THE CHASTITY BELT" in color. Starring Frankie Howard. Wednesday. February 20, show at 8.15 p.m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Theatre -CREEPING FLESH" in color Wednesday, February 20, show at 7-00 and 900 pm. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Tax man after band leader Told to emigrate Soviet ballet dancer Valery Panov has been warned to leave immediately for Israel or face "tough administrative according to his wife, dancer Galina Panov. Panov, a Jew, was dismissed from the Kirov Ballet some two years ago when he expressed a desire to emigrate. He was told by the chief of the Lenin- grad passport office last Dec 18 that he could go to Israel but that his Gentile wife could not. The Panovs are shown in their apartment in this undated photo. WASHINGTON (AP) -The U.S. Internal Revenue Service is seeking to collect an addi- tional in taxes from band leader Harry James, claiming he erred in the amount of deductions he took for donations to the Universi- ty of Wyoming in 1968 and 1969. James is disputing the IRS claim and the trial is schedul- ed later in Los Angeles, records filed in U.S tax court here show. James claimed total value of about for music scores and manuscripts which he said he donated to the un- iversity at Laranue, Wyo but the IRS allowed James a deduction of only for 1968 and none for 1969 Its appraisal of the value of the donation for 1968 was con- siderably less than James's appraisal, and it said there is a question whether the dona- tion claim for 1969 had actual- ly been made during that year. WOUNDS BEYOND AID The Yanomano people of Venezuela believe that battle wounds are beyond aid. paramount cinema [WHITE AND TNIffiS. AT P.M. I 'S >K IS S MOIIOM'K IURI The Hall Bartlett Film Jonathan Livingston Seagull Canadian group battles rock star PERTH, Australia (Reuter) English rock star Elton John probably was unaware of it as he pounded his way through a performance before frenzied teen-agers here, but he has been having a battle with an unexpected rival for top hon- ors during the Festival of Stratford National Theatre Company of Canada. Elton John, said the organ- izers of Western Australia's two-week annual orgy of cul- ture, drew by far the biggest crowd for bis performance. Show Times But the Stratford company has captured the cultural acclaim. "The response to the Strat- ford company has been tre- a festival spokes- man said. "It's the first time a company of this size and repute has been here and we are very proud to have them Theatre-goers and critics have been equally enthusiastic about the company's presentation of Moliere's Imaginary Invalid which has played to capacity houses for the first half of its program of 10 performances. The first part of the Stratford company's Australian tour closes here Saturday. FOE DANCE Eagles Hall 13th Street North Friday, Feb. 22 9 p.m. Music by 'The Lamplighters' Members and Invited Guests EVERYTHURSDAY8p NEW BLACKOUT (No Number LUE BONUS CARD Purchaeed) PAY! Played Till W HEY KIDS ENTER THE "ROBIN HOOD" CONTEST ROBIN HOOD or LITTLE JOHN WIN ONE OF THE DISNEY CHARACTERS Here's all you do to enter: Put your name and address and tele- phone number on the back of box top or proof of purchase of any Robin Hood Product and put in draw barrel in Lobby of Paramount or College Mall Cinema Theatre. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7.00 910 ROBIN HOOD 7 45 9 55 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 10 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7-15920 JOHNATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL 7 40 9 45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA MAGNUM FORCE. 7 00 9 05 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 700905 RESTRICTED ADULT Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE "MOONQLOWS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY college cinema NOW SHOWING at p.m. This time the bullets are hitting pretty close to home1 RESTRICTED ADULT dlllt is Dipty Hawpy in From Warner Bros 0A Warner CommumcaUins Company WATCH FOR IT AT A THEATRE NEAR YOU NOW SHOWING IN LETHBRIDGE TONITE AT and p.m. ALSO SHOWING AT THE COLLEGE CINEMA MATINEES ONLY. THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT P.M. PRODUCTIONS' WILD NEW CARTOON FEATURE TECHXICOLOR PETER USTINOV PHIL HARRIS BRIAN BEDFORD TERRY-THOMAS ROGER MILLER PAT BUTTRAM GEORGE UNDSEY ANDY OEVINE CONTINUOUS SHOWS THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS FIRST SHOW STARTS AT P.M. fA STEREO Si PHOTO Alt Slh STREET S. PHONE WE'RE SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED DURING RENOVATIONS Wi'ra ixpinding to MTVJM ym bitter. Opm usuil daring oar Hijor expulsion prepim ;