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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Merck 1773 THI UTHMIDGt HIRALD 7 YOUR PHILIPS DEAUR WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A C it C RADIO AND TV J M 3 302 Uth ST. N. FRIDAY and SATURDAY "LINEMEN" AT THE t MINERS W 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ELKS PURIIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 57 NOS. IN 58 NOS. IN 59 NOS. If no bingo called alter 59 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 52 NOS. If no bingo called we will continue lor NO ONE UNDFR 16 YEARS AtlOWEDl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ElKS ond INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY Wednesday to Saturday In The lounge "THE DEAN THOMPSON SHOW" Saturday Upstairs "RAYMOND CANADIANS" SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre names director EDMONTON (CP) The ap- wintment of John Neville as ,e new artistic director ot Ed- monton's Citadel Theatre was onnounced here by the the- atre's board of directors. Mr. Neville, 48, one of Brit lin's most distinguished clas sical actors and directors, was .warded the Order of the Brit _sh Empire for his outstanding contributions to theatre in tho Jnited Kingdom. He graduated from the Hoyal Academy of Dramatic Art and jlayed for ttirce years with the Old Vic and for six with the London Old Vic companies. He was artistic dir- ector of the New Nottingham Playhouse for six years. WINS RECOGNITION Ho first won recognition in Canada in 1956 and 1958 when lie toured with the Old Vic com- pany playing Romso, Hamlet, Richard II and Sir Andrew Aguecheek. More recently he has directed "The Rivals" at the' National Arts Centre, play- ed Judge Brack in the Mani- toba Theatre Centre production of "Hedda Gabler" and this week will complete an engage- ment as Prosper in "The Tempest" at the National Arts Centre. Mr. Neville replaces Sean Muicahy, 42, who was relieved of his position as artistic direct or by the board of directors Jan. 8. Tlie board took the step after Mr. Muicahy had announcer earlier lhat he intended to re- sign as artistic director at the end of the current season May 31 because he was dissatisfied with the way the Citadel The- atre was developing. Mr. Mui- cahy had held the post for al- most five years. Winds of change sweep Hollywood Won't run Mayor John V. LincUay of New York said Wednet- day he will not re- election to a third term in whot he called "the second toughest job In the nation." The six-foot-threa Lindsay was one of the to- talled charisma politicians of the 1960s, noted for Ivs walks through the city's ethnic neighborhoods, hi sandy hair, smile and Hollywood looks. Jane Fonda expecting fall By BOB THOMAS HOIiYWOOD (AF) Film ortrayals of ethnic minorities ave come a long way from the ears when Willie Best popped lis eyes at ghosts and Philip hn pushed bamboo under the ingcrnaUs of Yankee war pris- lers. But do Jilms today present he right image of minorities? Many ethnic leaders say no. Movie producers admit that portrayals of minorities can be mproved But a adds: spokesman "We understand complaints that the images of some ethnic jroups on screen are often dis- OTtions. But that is also true of rYASP characterizations In films. The nature of all enter- tainment is distortion." The loudest protests have come from the blacks, particu- larly since Hollywood dis- covered the gold tiiat can be mined from films about Ne- groes. LACK BALANCE Conrad Smith, regional direc- tor of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) remarks: "We evaluated about 50 films concerning blacks and discover lhat they have no balance. In Safety is tested car so-called "soft-face11 xirimental vehicle that 111 LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Actress Jane Fonda has an- nounced she is expecting a baby in the fall. The actress divorced French filmmaker Roger Vadim two days before her marriage to anti-war leader Tom Hayden CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BIBLE" In color. Starring Stephen Boyd, Ava Gardner, Peter O'Toole and Richard Harris. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 8, 9 and 10. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" In color. Starring Goldie Hawn and Edward Albert. Nominated for 3 Academy Awards. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 8, 9 and 10. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FURY ON WHEELS" In color. Starring Tom Lrj-n and Collin Wilcox-Horne. Thursday, March 8. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "WHAT'S UP, In color. Starring Barbra Strei- sand. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 8, 9 and 10. Thursday shows at and p.m. Friday. Calgary man reappomted to CBC board last January. Mis Fonda and Vadim are the parents of her first child four-year-old Vanessa. CALGARY (CP) Palmer, 43, of Calgary has been appointed to the board o! directors of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for a second five-year term. Mr. Palmer, a native of Prince Edward Island, is a prominent lawyer in the Cal- gsry oil industry. He is a member of the Cal- gary South Liberal Association, a director of the Calgary Phil- harmonic Society, and the Al- berta member on the joint taxation committee of the Can- adian Bar Association and Can- adian Institute of Accountants. LONDON (AP) London's city fathers gave Last Tango in T _ I Paris, the controversial sex James S. MILFORD, Mich. (AP) A has white films, If the sister is prostitute, there is usually a brother who is a good guy. That is not true in black films Portrayals of black Ameri- cans have changed through film history. In the early years, they were either Uncle Toms or, as in the notorious example of Birth of a Nation, menaces to white womanhood. The talkie era brought other stereotypes. -Stepin Fetchit epitomized the slow-as-mo- 1 asses, dim-witted retainer, and others were required to contrib- ute to cliches as terror of ghosts, love of watermelon, and such. Sidney Poiticr introduced a new era in the 1960s. He person- ified the bjack capable of brain surgery or crime detection, bes- ting while bigots with Ms wit. so'me black observers have commented that Sounder repre- sented Uie first film in the wave of black movies that depicted the black experience with any degree of realism. It is a tale o! a black family in depression times trying to stay together amid white oppression in the South. NOT RELEVANT However, other blacks say the '11 m has little relevance to to- day's ghetto experience. Blacks are not the only nu rarities who have complaine about how they've been por trayed in movies Indians have been getting the worst of it from the earliest years of Hollywood. The blood- thirsty redskin became such a Man. little has been filmed about the plight of the Indian in modern society; the recent When the Legends Die was an exception. "The Indian has rarely ever been portrayed accurately on the says Jay Silver- heels, Tonic of the Lone Ranger series. "The Indians will never get a break until there are films that are wrilton, directed and played by Indians." Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 1: Conservative; 4-> c; PART II: 1-b; 2-ej 3-d; 4-a; 5-c PART III: 1-d; 2-a; 3-b; 4-e; 5-c PICTURE QUIZ: UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE Fri., Mar. 9 Sat., Mar. TO I Sun., Mor. 11 I Man., Mar. 12 FRITZ SICK Swim (Adults Only) 12-1 Swim (Adults Only) 12 1 Swim 3-6 Swim 1 3 p.m. Family Hour Swim (Adults Only) 5 p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE and Pre-Schoolers Free Skating 10-12 Skate 2-een subjected to more than IOC mpacts without damage at five niles an hour is being tester, here by General-Motors Corp. The car has an elastic front and rear and construction, Dr Craig Marks, the project direc tor, said today. Marks said Uie soft-face and soft-rear systems each consist of a cushioning material which behaves like a dry sponge in impact. As the impacting force is withdrawn, he said, the cush- ing material assumes its origi- nal shape and restores itself. A tpugli but compliant plastic exterior malerial Is used over the cushioning material and acts as a protective covering, Marks said. He added it yielded to impact but resisted gouges, scratches and other surface damages. stereotype that audiences were shocked in 1950 when Jeff Chan- dler playci a human com- passionate Cochise in Broki Arrow. Since then, the Indian's side of western history has been shown in such films as Che- yenne Autumn and Little Big TONITE thru SAT AT P.M. Richard Roundtree the superstar from Shaft is Back STARRING Richard Rountilre Chuck Couriers Marie lose Nat Ray Millind BrosJEiick Ctan'cx) and Mat von Sydor; as GoiEnlo NOTE: There will be no Public Skating ol the Henderson Pork lea Centre on Friday, March 9th from 7 1o 9 p.m. dye 1o a previous booking commitment. _________________ College Shopping Mall college cinema Ave, Mayor Magrath Dr.. 328-6300 STARTS TOMORROW at p.m. ARE YOU GOING OUT TONITE? Come join some of the nicest people in town who are going out and having good times galore al our new friends clubl Meet new people make more friends get more dates become more popular. Donee with as many os ]0 to 15 different partners weekly and much, much more. Age makes no difference whether you're 30 o.' 70. No escort required. You may altend alone. For Single Adults Over 30 Who Want More Fun Out Of Life! JOIN THE GREATEST SINGLE ADULT CLUB IN LETHBRIDGE! FOR MORE INFORMATION 327-7935 FUN 'N' FRIENDS CLUB (f.H.C. INC. D.B.A. FUN 'N' FRIENDS) THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Hit AZTEC LOUNGE SONGS and ORGAN STYLINGS by "SHERRY CABARET RUBY CAT" Thursday end Friday Everyone admitted FREE Salurday cover charge per person n the FRONTIER DINING ROOM Playing far your dancing pleasure Fridays and Sat- urdays from to p.m. 'HARRY BAILEY' (of the keyboard) Also playing for your ening pleasure from 6 to 8 p.m. YD hotline established for leeu-agers BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Starting today, teen-agers throughout New York state can dial a toll-free telephone num- ber and receive confidential in- formation about venereal dis- ease. The will connect them with youth volunteers working here for Project Awareness. The project, set up by the youth department of the Buffalo Roman Catholic diocese and fi- nanced by the state health de- partment, involves about 60 workers of high-school age. "The basic idea is teen-agers helping other said Rev. Francis G. Weldgen, diocesan youth director. The "hotline" started as a lo- cal project Jan. 15, Father Wel- dgen said, and has averaged about 150 calls a week. WANTED WORK NAPLES, Italy (AP) Raf- faele Ferrigno, 26, charged into a Naples employment office with a gun in hand and said: "I need a job." He was arrested. ANTHONY QUINN YAPHETKOTTO ANTHONY FRANCIOSA STARTS TOMORROW AT AND P.M. ENDS TONITE "MY OLD MAN'S PLACE" alie "I WANT WHAT I WANT" Saturday Continuous Shows From 1 p.m. Till p.m. Doors Open t The Untold Legend of Young King Arthur end Merlin, the Madcap Magician! WALT DISNEYS KIDS 75e ANYTIME Stay by Bill KH- tai on the book byT.H.WHUE Re released by Bueni Vista Distribution Co., Inc. S1963 Will Disnev ;