Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, May 23, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 Sinatra serenades ro at party BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) I wol'c commissioned by nearby Frank b'r e a k I n g a Maryvllle College lo do a work year's layoff from public per- lo commemorate the colleges formances, serenaded V i c c- Prcsidcnl Spiro T. Agnew and FRANK SPNATRA From SCOT! AND The Golden Voice of DENNIS CLANCY The Dancing Fingers of ARTHUR SPINK ROYAL CANADIAN IEGION All WEEK MAY 22nd Iliru 77th Republicans Friday night al a fund-raising tribute to Agnew. "That's why the gentleman Is a Sinatra sang of Agncw to the tune of The Lady is a Tramp in a surprise per- formance that capped a two- hour variety show headlined by comedian Bob Hope. 1 A spokesman for Sinatra said lie had not sung publicly since j his retirement from show busi- ness. KNOXVILLE, Term. (AP) After a delay of more than two years, The Story of Abraham made its world premiere and received a standing ovation. Composer Richard Yardumi- an's hour-long oratorio, 'presented at Civic Auditorium Friday night, was accompanied by an art film by his late part- ner in the project, French artist Andre Girard. The looked like a the story, based on chapters 12, 14 and 15 of the book of Genesis. The premiere was delayed by revisions and the death of Gi- rard. Yardumian and Girard o co 150th the re- sult was The Story of Abraham. NEW YORK (AP) Enter- tainer Sammy Davis Jr. has presented awards to city school children for winning essays and projects on U N E S C 0 -t h e United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organi- zation. Davis, a new member of (he U.S. national commission for UNESCO, told I he youngsters in a ceremony Friday at the UN's Dag Ilammarskjold Library: "Don't let nobody put you down and say you ain't out on the corner doing your thing." The competition was spon- sored by the board of education and the A f r o -A r t s Cultural Centre of Harlem. link severed COLOMBO (Heulcn Pretty Mrs. Banduranaiko Imme'li- girls danced in Ihe streets', atcly appealed lo (lie 12 million monk, chanted payers and m. PHOTOGENIC STARS Photogenic romance stars French actress Catherine Deneuve and Italian superstar Marcello Mastroionni are shown. Frequent companions off-screen, they are appearing together on screen in "It Only Happens to Others._________________ Invite Duke to return Movie business rolls big dice By BOB THOMAS SORRENTO. Italy (AP) Film-maker Billy Wilder says 'the movie business today is SOUTHERN ALBERT CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE LAST REBEL" In Color. Starring Joe Namath. Tuesday and Wednesday. May 2.1 and 24. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN" In Color. The hunters the prey and the heroes! Tuesday and Wednesday, May 23 and 24. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "HORNETS' NEST" In Color. Starring Rock Hudson, Sylvia Koscina. Tuesday, May 23. Shows at and p.m. Adult not suitable for children.__________ says LONDON (AP) The British government should extend an invitation to the ailing Duke of Windsor, former King Edward VIII, to return to this country, a 1 i member of Parliament said j today. i "It is not right that the Duke should spend his last years in exile, whether self-imposed or Marcus Lipton said. Lipton. a member of the Op don't expect Lemmon to portray a Tarzan at this stage in his career." This is the fourth collabora- tion of Wilder and Lemmon. The Apartment, The Fortune Cookie. like a vast roulette game-but gome Like R Hot with chips worth from a half- million dollars to 510 million.' 'You don't know whether you're going to make a bundle or lose your entire stake." Wilder is rolling a gamble with Avanti! starring Jack Lemmon and Juliet Mills, His premise: that the movie- going public is saturated with sex-charged films. "I am making something very daring in today's market: a ro- mantic said the pro- Heart device for infant OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) A miniaturized heart pacemaker has been implanted in a two- months-old baby here, believed to be tiie youngest recipient of the device. The operation, doctors said, has enabled the once-failing heart of Nicole Kruljac to beat sicians blew long hollow notes on giant conch shells in a color- ful ceremony as Ceylon trans- formed itself Monday into tho independent socialist republic of Sii Lanka. The island's 157-member Con- stituent Assembly voted 120 to 16 for a new constitution, ending a 157-year link between Ceylon and the British crown. The country remains in the Com- monwealth. The vote, boycotted by the Tamil Federal Party, came after the assembly had deliber- ated for 22 months on the new constitution, which provides for the establishment of a free, democratic, socialist republic. The Speaker of the Constitu- ent Assembly, Stanley Tilleker- atne, signed the constitution do- cument during the ceremony in ing the new constitution is only a gateway to Ihe future. She said Sri Lanka's foreign policy would continue to be shaped by its steadfast belief in non-alignment and dedication to the United Nations. The official ceremony look- place in Colombo's new theatre in Navarangahala, near Inde- pendence Hall where the Duke o f Gloucester, representing King George VI. opened Cey- lon's first parliament in Febru- ary, The Island was granted independence with dominion status in that year. TO BOOST AID BERLIN (Reutcr) East Germany will provide extra ma- terial aid, including foot) and to North Vietnam corps. Mrs. Sirimavo Bandaranaike, 5C, Ceylon's last prime minister, took the oath of office as Sri ijllJlun, a ntejiiuci "i me ur" i c position Labor partv. is submit- duccr-director-wnter over cof. ting a motion to the House of !fee on the bustling_tovm square Commons urging the govern-. ment "to extend in the name of sort. i of this sunswept mid-Italy re- the British people an officia vitation to the Duke of Windsor lo resume permanent residence in the United Kingdon on wha- tever conditions he may wish." The duke will be 78 next month. He has lived in exile since 193G, when he abdicated in order to marry Mrs. "I am betting that dirty mov- ies will kill themselves off pretty soon. I mean, how far can they go to shock people nowadays? Producers have tried every mutation in the way of sex: man and woman, man and man, woman and woman, brother and sister. God knows NEW YORK (CFi m.. Simpson, an American what will come next-girl and j the presentation by the Educa- tinnal Film Librarv Association, HjVOvCec sardine? Queen Elizabeth has restored No far-out sex in WUL'UII JjliictlJULII Ht-d 1 C3HJ1CU i social contacts with heruncleinlAvant.il It is the story of an tional Film Library Association, Wilder's I Sp0nsor of the festival of a spe- COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SICK POOL Wed., May 24- NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Fri., May NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sal., May 27- Public Swimming p.m. Sun-, May 28- Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Mon., May 29- NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. NOTE: The 1971 Summer Season Family Swimming Pass is now on sale at the Fritz Sick Pool during Public Swimming hours. For further information see the pool eajhier, or con- tact the Community Services Deparment at 328-2341, local 23o. recent "years" seeing "the Dcke j American conglomerate and Duchess of Windsor in Brit- executive Lemmon ain during their visits here. Last week for the first time the Duchess of hostess to the Queen, Prince Philip and Prince Charles. The Koyal Family visited the duke and duchess at their home in Paris' Bois de Boulogne. firm who comes to Italy for the burial of e rs me his father, who has died with Windsor was his English mistress, mother of swimming RECORD SOCCER POOL MADRID (AP) Four Span- ish fishermen made a record catch in the weekly soccer pool. Jose Maria Fernandez Abejon, 27. his brother Ramon and two friends on their fish- ing boat correctly forecast all matches on a 15-cent ticket and won the equivalent of Miss Mills. There is a nude scene between the Iwo reluctant lovers, but Wilder assured that it will be photo- graphed from a distance Saiidy visits TV hometown TAYLORVILLE, 111. (APV- Television actress Sandy Dun- can, star of Ihe Funny Fac series, toured her "hometown" for the first time the other day. her TV SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT ALL THIS WEEK RETURNING BY POPULAR DEMAND SCOTLAND'S STAGE TV RADIO AND RECORDING STARS Special Program on Fri. and Sat. IN THE MEMORIAL HALL "TWA Braw Lads" Dennis and Arthur Backed by Vera Sinclair and The Metros ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 For Members and Guests REVIVAL EVANGELISM CRUSADE with RUDY BOSCHMAN and tho MESSENGERS QUARTET MENNONITE BRETHERN CHURCH 2114- IBth St., Coaldale MAY 21 to 28 Sunday a.m p.m. Weekdays 8 She was born in Tyler, Tex. How come Taylorville? laughed Sandy, "my TV producer's wife had relatives living in Jloweaqua, III., but I couldn't pronounce it. He wanted a nice, quiet homespun place and chose Taylorville. I have no trouble saying lhat." _ About 500 townspeople in this central Illinois city of about persons greeted Sandy at the airporl. "HOSEA" Saturday, May 27 S p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE cial posthumous award to John Grierson, who died this year, and was Canada's first govern- ment film commissioner, start- ing in 1933. F i r s t -p 1 a c e ribbons were awarded to these Canadian films: Atonement, a 52-minute docu- mentary by Mike McKennirey of the NFB, in the category of environment-nature and wild- life; Synchromy, directed by Nor- man McLaren of the NFB, and Variations on a Cellophane Wrapper, directed by David Rimmer of Toronto, which tied for first in the experimental film category. The second-place ribbons went to: Death of a Legend, directed by Bill Mason of the NFB, in the environment-animals cate- gory; Where Have AM Ihe Farms directed by Michael Brun of the NFB. in the technol- senice category. EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta association of students has disbanded after 16 years of operation, it was announced here. The association, which repre- sented student unions m post- secondary schools, disbanded after the" University of Alberta Students' Union withdrew from it, students' union officials said. The U of A students were paying a year for mem- bership in the association. NOW SHOWING Tonight at p.m. SUNDAY ot 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. MONDAY at 2 p.m., 5 p.m. and p.m. NEWSPAPER SALE BOSTON (AP) The Boston Herald Traveler, one of the ity's three major newspapers, will cease publication June 4. Sources al the newspaper said the 125-year-old morning daily will he sold to The Hearst Corp. for million. MATINEE SUN. AND MON.-ALL SEATS EVENING SHOW-AU SEATS FINAL MATINEE MONDAY AT 2 P.M. THEREAFTER MATINEES SAT. ONLY TUESDAY ONE SHOW ONLY AT 8 P.M. Today's Showtimes "The Godfalher" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "On the Buses" Last. Convolete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "The Ten Commandments" One Complete Show CREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Corky" "Wild Rovers" One Complete Show yourbade on liiwanted noise. Zenith's new Directional Hearing Aid. Zenith's smallest behind-the-ear ,__________ I hearing aid, the you "directional" hearing. And, if you find that much of the sound cominR from around you is really irritating back- ground noise, this aid may be just right for you. The new microphone in the Westwood "D" tunes down distracting noise from the side and rear, letting you concentrate on the sound you want to hear. Come in for a free demonstration. qualify goes In before the name ffoes on. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. PH. 328.4050 CINEMA 4th AVE ft 8th ST 327 Starts Tomorrow ot S p.m. DlVORCE SEPARATION THEN LONELINESS A woman's picture about a womans plight will she find happiness "When your husband WQIKS our, there are three things you gotta get a job, geta lawyer, and geta man." One Is A lonely Number MGM (teats A DAVID L TOLPER PRODUCTION "ONE IS A LONELY NUMBER" Slarrinj IRISH VAN DEVERE MONTE MARKHAM JANET LEIGH and MEEWN DOUGLAS Scrwnplay by DAVID SELTZER- Must-HICHELLEGRAND Produced by STAN MARGULIES [meted by Ha STUART WETROCOLOS O A GREAT ENGLISH COMEDY "ON THE BUSES" ENDS TONITE COLOR NOW SHOWING At p.m. Only ONE SHOW NIGHTLY AT 8 P.M. HELD OVER THRU THURSDAY SHOWING NIGHTLY AT 8 P.M. ONLY Gates Open p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. LAST TIME TONIGHT "CORKY" IN COLOR with ROBERT BLAKE "WILD ROVERS" IN COLOR WILLIAM HCHDEN RYAN O'NEAL j WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY An ALBERTO G.RIMALDI Prorjufction LEE VAN CLEEF WILLIAM BERGER TECHNICOLOR' TECHNISCOPE' United Artists 'HANNIBAL BROOKS'7 COLOR with MICHAEL POUARD of One of Canada'. 'TOP SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR" Award for the song "SIGNS" _ by Los Emerson. Also Ihc winner of R.P.M. GOLD LEAF AWARD oncl certified million seller In tho U.S.A. lo< AnrirKl Fn-n Pr Cmmtiy Rock, Mt anna, Mem wilh (lie Hor- Ardoimorl i ClMliicnl MPI Eli'diitol Stylo." tlir nnd Swomp Wei lcfil Ihc Show." Yoi hirar Iho Booflio, tlio Bk_ ir flrcnt hils like Siqiu, Absolutely Right, Juli- ion and many more. Yes hrnr ihn Nolionaily "5 MAN ELECTRICAL BAND" Plul 1 of Soulhcrn Alborln'i up and coming Groups "FRANK SLIDE" Dale FRIDAY, MAY 26th if Place HENDERSON LAKE ARENA Time to 1 a.m. Advonco lickcts only now on lolo ot Musidoml, loiitct's, Mmcel'i Smoke Shop, and Doufl'v Tickets also ovoilobio ot thfl door.