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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, March 9, 1974 Gable estate up for sale ENCINO, Calif. (AP) Clark Gable's seven bedroom, seven bath house is up for sale for The estate where the actor lived from 1936 until his death in 1960 includes 19 acres which will be cut up into building lots. The actor's widow, Kay Gable, 55, and her son, William Clark, 13, moved out a month ago after selling the house and property for O.E.S. HOME FUND TEA Saturday, March 16 2 to 5 p.m. SOUTHMINSTER HALL In aid of O.E.S. honws Everyone Welcome. Lethbridge Collegiate Institute presents "KISS ME KATE" by COLE PORTER Yates Memorial Centre March 20 21 22 23 Studantt Nile March 20 p.m. Studente 1.00, March 21, 22, 23 p.m. 2.50 Tickets now available at Leisters The one-third acre lots, priced from to will be on new streets named Tara and Ashley Oaks, taken from the movie Gone with the Wind. Model weds NEW YORK (Reuter) A society columnist says Karen Graham, a model who was planning to marry TV star Da- vid Frost, got married in Chi- cago not to Frost. Gossip columnist Suzy re- ported in the New York Daily News that Miss Graham mar- ried Del Coleman, a business- man operating in New York and Las Vegas. Frost's mother announced last weekend that her son was engaged to marry Miss Gra- latest in a string of reported Frost romances which have not resulted in marriage. Perform at White House u 1 C.J.O.C. proudly presents direct from England one of the World's Top Groups The Group choosen to back former 'Beetle George Harrison' at the Concert for Bangladesh 3 Jl Plus one of Washington's top rock groups S 'HITCHCOCK' 1 Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Sunday, March 10th p.m. (06ors open at p.m.) Advance TickeU available at Musicltnd, Letter's and Drug Mart (Centre Village Mall) available at tho door President Nixon sits in at the piano as Pearl Bailey sings 'Home oA the as they perform for governors and guests at a White House gathering, the president accompanied Miss Bailey during several numbers. U.S. actor wins British version of Oscar award ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE DINING ROOM Now Open Sundays Dining Room Only to p.m. Special Menus Children's Orders FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 327-7219 Every Tuesday SMORGASBORD to p.m. Com and enjoy it For end Invited Guests Only NOW OPEN. South From REUTER-AP LONDON (CP) American A SPECIAL NEWS DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE RETURN OF CHRIST PREMIERE SHOWING PENTECO'STAL TABERNACLE 520-7th StTMt South Wednesday, March 13th p.m. ADMISSION FREE1 Everyone Welcome actor Walter Matthau has won the British equivalent of the Oscar. He was named best actor of 1973 by the British Society of Film and Television Arts for his roles in Pete 'n' Tillie and Charlie Varrick. Stephane Audran of France was named best actress by the society, which groups about 400 leading technicians and creative people in the British film industry. Princess Anne, society president, presented the awards. Francois Truffaut's film Day for Night was voted best film and Truffaut was voted best director. Miss Audran got her award for her roles in The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie and in Just Before Nightfall. Valentina Cortesse was A Musical written by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt MARCH 7th 8thft9th YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE ADUUS 100 Lethbridge Community College Harlequin Players FEATURINO: Las Vegas. Reno. Carson City. Lake Tahoe. Virginia City. etc. Departing. March 23rd by Deluxe Hiway Cruiser. 9 fun filled days ......FROM KVSTfcK FEATURING: Disneyland, Los Angeles. San Tijuana. Mexico. Las Vegas. San Francisco and more. Departing, April 6 and ___ S9JKQ voted best supporting actress for Day for Night. Best supporting actor was Arthur, Lowe of Britain for 0 Lucky Man, which also won the best- music award for Alan Price. Other awards included: Best screenplay Luis Bunuel and Jean-Claude Carriere for The Discreet ,Charm of the Bourgeoisie; Best cinematography Anthony Richmond, Don't Look Now; Best art direction Natash Kroll, The Hireling; Best costume design Phyllis Dalton, The Hireling; Best film editing Ralph Klempen, The Day of the Jackal; Best sound track Les Wiggins, Gordon McCallum and Keith Grant, Jesus Christ Superstar. Two awards won by NFB LONDON (CP) The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) picked up two important awards of Britain's Society of Film and Television Arts, presented by Princess Anne at a gala ceremony here. The Robert Flaherty Award, given for the best feature length documentary film, went to Grierson, a one- hour film about Scottish born John Grierson and his influence on the documentary film and on the National Film Board. Grierson, who died in 1972, was founder of the NFB. The award was received by Roger Blaise, 57, of Montreal who produced the film in collaboration with executive producer David Bairstow and special consultant Donald Brittam. The best animated short film award went to tchou- Tchou, a wordless children's story developed by Dutch- bom director Co Hoedeman, now living in Montreal, and animator Jana B. Subert. This award was accepted by Wilfred Jobbins, European representative of the NFB with headquarters here. 15 fun-filled days FROM NORTH TO ALASKA Departing June 30 and July 21 FROM 'or Coll YOUr Itff D606' 207 Kresge Btdg A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL PHONE 3M-7921 or 32t-11S1 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG, PHONE 32S-9000 In spotlight After 13 years of seclu- sion James Cagney will return to the spotlight when the film industry pays tribute to his near legendary career. The 71-year-old actor will ac- cept the American Films Institute's Life Achieve- ment Award March 13. PUBLIC MEETING to Public MMtlng 01 Carglll Grain Canada Lid. CargW mclMlvaly "BEST OF BOTH WORLDS" compete on Flax, Rape, Rye, Mustard and Sunflower. MlMtlngi ara to htM p.m. at MM following locations: Tuesday, March 12th Tibtr- Civic GMlriBlM Room Wednesday, March 13th Uthbridgo EIRindio Motor HoM Miviriek Room Thursday, March ,14th Elks Hill For information, contact your Cargill man at 26C-6553 or 266-6555, Calgary THE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL presents ANNA WYMAN DANCE THEATRE 'Something new and interesting and very vital in Dance' Thursday, March 14th I p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LETHBRIDGE Tickets now on sale at Leister's Music, 4th Ave. South Adults Students safe Paying 70% over face viliN for all silver coins 66 or older. 15% for 68 silver 20% for 67 silver ALSO WANTED SILVER DOLLARS Phone 327-8237 Lethbridge Public Library NFB FILM WEEK MARCH 11-15 The Lethbridge Public Library in conjunction with the National Film Board of Canada presents a week of film programs. MONDAY, MARCH 11 p.m. "NFB SHOWCASE." A premiere showing of new NFB releases. In the theatre of the new public library. Open to all. Admission free. TUESDAY, MARCH 12 p.m. "FILM AS A MOVING ART." Program examines several of the techniques used by animators and film makers, in the new library theatre. Open to all Admission free. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 a.m. "EDUCATOR'S Open to all media consultants, school librarians and school principals in Lethbridge and area. New library theatre. No registration fee. p.m. 'TO MARKET. TO MARKET." Using a film from the new NFB series "Corporation" and a speaker from the University of Lethbridge this noon hour program examines the methods and morals of consumer wooing. p.m. "FEMINA." Rims for women will be video tapes of a new series of films soon to be released, call- ed "Working New library theatre. Open to all. Admission free. THURSDAY, MARCH 14 a.m. "EDUCATOR'S WORKSHOP." Repeat of Wednesday's program. p.m. Rim program at the Golden Mile Senior Citizens Centre. p.m. "OUR CROWDED WILDERNESS." Pro- gram focuses man's current concerns for his environ- ment. At the new library theatre. Admission free. FRIDAY, MARCH 15 p.m. "MULTICULTURALISM IN FILM." In new library theatre. Open to all. No admission charge. NM Rh OHk efi ;