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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiurjdqy, May Z5, 1972 THE IETHB8IDGE HERALD 7 edicine Hat group praised SASKATOON (CP) A Medi- cine Hat Drama group was praised here for their perform- ance at Theatre Canada Festi- val, but lighting technicians for the production were called "butchers" by a festival offi- cial. "It was very nice said animafeur Kenneth Dyba of Theatre Calgary about the Med- icine Hat College production of the Ecstacy of Rita Joe. "The play makes a tremen- dous demand on participants in establishing emotional relation- sliips." "HOSEA" Saturday, May 27 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Aminaleur Sean Mulcahy of the Citadel Theatre in Edmon- ton said lighting provided for the performance was a dis- grace "Butchers, Mr. Mulcahy shouted during discus- sions after the performance. "It's pretty heartbreaking to bring in a fine play and see all the lighting you planned go down the drain." The two officials at the fes- tival, formerly the Dominion Drama Festival, take the place of adjudicators in discussing each production following the performances and again the next morning. The week long festival no longer is a compe- tition, but in the form of a study workshop involving 21 plays from across Canada. The Medicine Hat production, by Canadian playwright George HOTEL (BEVERAGE ROOM) PRESENTS BARNEY AND THE BEER NUTS Thursday Friday Saturday Summerhill t From SASKATOON AT THE MINERS' Every Night until Sat., May 27 MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY 733-13th St. N. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Fri., May 26- NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sat., 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 1972 Summer Season Family Swimming Pass is now on sale at the Fritz Sick Pool during Public Swimming hours. Fop further information see the pool cashier, or con- tact the Community Services Deparment at 328-2341r local 236. Uyga, tells the story of (lie emo- tional and eventual phsyieal de- slruTlion of two young Indians in the white environment of Vancouver. GREAT ARTIST Earlier, actress Eugene Gal- lant, a member of Les l''eux- Chalins, was praised as a "great nrtist" by animati'ur Yvon Du- four, for her almost lone role in La Sagouine. The play, adapted from a book by New Brunswick author Antonine Maillct, is a scries of monologues by an old woman, an Acadian, who lias worked hard all her life as the daughter and wife of fishermen. The play centres for almost two hours on the actress. Mr. Dufour said the play was drama for dramatists and was presented at a professional level. Animateur Philip Spcnsely author Maillet's adaptation was a play worthy of Shakes- peare. Mr. Spensely said Canada is seeking national identity partly through its playwrights, and Antonine Maiilet had produced in La Sagouine a forward step in this drection. Former Alberta announcer dies VANCOUVER (CP) Well known western Canadian news- caster Jack Edward Wilson, employed by Radio Station DKWX Vancouver, died at the age of 53. Mr. Wilson was born in Ed- monton in 1919. After wartime service with the Royal Canadi- an Navy he joined the staff of CFRN Edmonton and was later employed by CJCA Edmonton, CJOC Lethbridge and CFCN Calgary. SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT "THE EDMONTON BILLIE NICHOL and FRANK SLIDE MAY 28, PARAMOUNT THEATRE Tickets at Leister's MARQUIS CABARET PRESENTS THE RUSS MARSH SHOW Thurs., Fri., Sat. Thursdav No Coverchorgs Friday No Cover Charge for Indies Fully Licensed p.m. to 1 a m. WILL BE ENTERTAINING THURS. FRI. SAT. IN "The Red Coach Lounge" SLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. If no bingo called after 54 nos. we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MAY 25-SUNSET 4 FRIDAY, MAY 26-MOONCLOWS SATURDAY, MAY 27-CLIFF'S COMBO Defensive driving SPARWOOD (HNS) The! board ot school trustee'; of the nie school district, in coop- oration with the liritish Colum- bia Safely Council, is offering a dc-fen.'iivc driving course pro- duced by the Canadian High- way Safety Council. The scries of four two-hour sessions will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday May Wed- nesday, May 31, Monday, June 5, and Wednesday, June 7- To register phone '12M471 or 423-1-172 before 4 p.m. Friday, May 20. From SCOT! AND The Go'den Voice of DENNiS CLANCY The Dancing Fingers of ARTHUR SFINK ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION ALL WEEK MAY 22nd lliru 27lh "ROBERTS and AKAI'' Professional Tape Recorders and SJcreo Available at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-W9 TINY'S TULIP Victoria Khaury-Miss Vicki-the es- tranged wife of entertainer Tiny Tim, holds Tulip, the one-year-old child of the couple. Vicki asserted in a cur- rent article in the tadies Home Journal that when Tulip was born "Tiny was more excited by the publicity than by the fact that we had a daughter." No bed of roses to tiptoe through roses idth Tiny .sunn ran THEHIS MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Thfeatre "THE RAILWAY CHILDREN" in technicolor. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 25, 26 and 27. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre In color. Starring James Garner. Lou Gossett and Susan Clark. Thursday, Friday and Satur- day. May 2o, 26 and 27. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE SAVAGE WILD" in technicolor. Starring Gordon Eastman, Carl Siiork and Mam Eastman. Friday and Saturday, 20 and 27. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "THE DESERTER" in technicolor. Stan-ing Richard Crenna. Quick Connors, Ricardo Monlalban and Ian Barmen. Friday, Salurday and Sunday, May 26. 27 and 28. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. PINCHER CRfcEK Fox Theatre "SONG OF NORWAY" in color. Starring Toralv Maur- sfad, Florence Henderson and Rolwrt Morlcy. Thursday, Friday and Salurday, May 25, 2G and 27. Thursday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "MAN IN1 THE WILDERNESS" in technicolor. Starring Richard Harris. Thursday and Friday, May 25 and 26. Thursday shows at and p.m. Family. V V ABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. NEW YORK (AP) Miss Vicki says it was no bed of roses to tiptoe through the tu- lips with Tiny Tim, the fal- setto singer, and she wants out of that particular garden. The tree of love began to wilt, says the former Victoria B u d i n g e r of Haddonfield, N.J., when the singer, whose real name is Herbert B. Khaury, insisted on being married on the Johnny Carson NBC Tonight Show on Due. 17, "My husband loves public- she writes in the June issue of Ladies Home Journal. "You better tell Mr. Carson you don't mean it, because I'm not going on she told him. "But Tiny really wanted to do it." Moreover, she said, she op- posed naming their daughter Tulip after Tiny's theme song because "I resented using our baby as a form of promoting his career." "He was more excited by the publicity than by the fact that we had a said Miss Vicki. Mrs. Khaury filed for di vorce March 3. Another thing that bothered her, she wrote, was (hat her micMOs husband had a fetish about youth and thought cos- metics could keep him young. "He'd buy crates and crates of skin cream and spend hours using she com- plained. Present For Your Dancing Pleasure JL, METROS" EAGLES HALL MEMBERS AND GUESTS INVITED TCM1TE and FRI. AT 8 P.M. ONLY PARIMOUXF PICTURES IS fflOUD 10 ANKOUECE TIIE nETUFIN OF THE GREATIS1 FBFdLr ENTERUMENT OF AllIIMEI FAMILY WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS f FRIDAY and SATURDAY 'Jerry the Travellers' Members and Invited Guests! I Nova Scotia jbaiik balance of revenue up TORONTO CCP) Bank of Nova Scotia reports balance of profits for the six months to April 30 of or 99 cents a share, up from or 70.6 cents a share in the corresponding period a year earlier. Balance of revenue for the six months was up S16.979.178 from a year earlier. Balance of revenue is profit be- fore deductions for i n c o m i taxes and appropriations f o r losses. Assets of the bank at April 30 were a record billion, an i increase of million or 11 per cent from a year earlier. he Red Lion Appreciates The Good Taste of its Canadian Friends Dine with us again when you're in Montana! S U E F? C L U B S 'avre Great Falls WE ACCEPT CANADIAN MONEY AT EQUAL VALUE I Toddy's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "The Godfather" One Complete Slraw PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "One is a Lonely Number" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "The Ten Commandments" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Hannibal Brooks" "Sabata" One Complete Show THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in the LOUNGE Songs by "BUTCH MAPLE" (EVERY NIGHT) in liio CABARET "SHAMA" (from CALGARY) THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE FRIDAY AtL LADIES ADMITTED FREE NOW SHOWING at and p.m. When husband cut bae are three Ihings you gotta do. g.tapb, end NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN One b A Lonely Number METROCOLOR GM Presenls A DAVID LWOtPER PRODUCTION "ONE IS A LONELY tiilMBER' Slairinj IRISH VAN DEVERE MONTE MARKHAM JANEI LEIGH and MELWH DOUGLSS NOW SHOWING Tonight at 8 p.m. "THE GODFATHER" is a movie thar seems lo have every- thingl Warmth, violence, nostalgia, the charisma of Marlon Brando in one oF his finest performances and the dynastic sweep of an Italian-American "Gone With The Magazine NEXT MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 P M. EVENINGS DAILY AT 8 P.M. ONLY GATES OPEN 8.45 P.M. One Complete Show AT P.M. LAST TIME TONIGHT "S AS ATA" IN COLOR LEE VAN C'.EEF WILLIAM BROOKS'' I" CO'DS MICHAEL POLLARD FRIDAY, SAT. and SUNDAY! Oli.ROKEL: rKODHCTlONf, p JAMES GARNER JOAN HACKETT WALTER BRENNAN SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF' COLOR by Dcrtwa United ArllBlS NO. 1 O 'BANANAS' C.J.O.C. PROUDLY PRESENTS in person The Winner of Ono of Canada's "TOP SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR" Award for the song "SIGNS" by Les Emerson. Also the winner of R.P.M. GOLD LEAF AWARD and certified million seller in ins U.S.A. Tho Los Freo Press says "5 Eloclrical Men Steal the Show." Yns hoor ilio Boogie, llio Counlry Rock, "Tho 5 Man Electrical Style." Hear their groat hits like Signs, Absolutely RiflM, anna, Mon with tho Horso find Wagon, Swamp Women and mony mort'.' Yes hoar tlin Nationally Acclaimed "5 MAN ELECTRICAL BAND" Plus 1 of Southern Alberta's up and coming Groujn "FRANK SLIDE" Date FRIDAY, MAY 26th Place HENDERSON LAKE ARENA Time to 1 a.m. it Advance tickets only now on solo nt leister's, Marcel's Smoke Shop, and Doug's. Tickets also avciilahlo Iho floor. ;