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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturdnv, November 95, THI UTHMIDOI HtlAlD 7 Injured actress resumes career HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac- tress-stager Ann-Margret Is re- hearsing for an opening next Tuesday to Las Vegas her first appearance since recover- ing from injuries from a fall during a performance. The Swedish-born beauty re- cently had the wires removed from her jaw and a plaster cast taken from her left arm. She suffered facial bone frac- tures, including a broken jaw, a broken arm and a broken knee cap in the 30-foot fall be- fore the curtain went up on her nightclub act nine weeks ago at Lake Tahoe, Nev. It was feared at the time that she might have been disfigured and her dancing career ended. But doctors said last week that she is as "beautiful as ever" and anxious to resume her ca- MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE PARK PLAZA RIVIERA ROOMS 1 AND 2 Saturday, Nov. 25 9 p.m. to 1 o.m. Music by V'ne "BRIDGETOWN TRIO" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS Christmas Party? BOOK NOW We guarantee satisfaction Entertainment Friday and Saturday In the Dining Lounge Sunday JAZZ SCENE" Coum Chef Street from Paramount Thaatr. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. If no Bingo colled after 56 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS EfKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CLUB ROOMS TONITE RAYMOND CANADIANS Singer sports new image DIANA KOSS Quake strikes ATHENS (AP) An earth- quake today shook Igoumenitsa and Paramithia, 130 miles northwest of Athens. Police said 40 buildings, in- cluding schools and churches, were damaged seriously in the port of Igoumenitsa. Inland at Paramithia 93 houses were damaged slightly. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Everyone I talked to about Bil- lie Holliday knew a different says Diana Ross. "I guess nobody ever really knew her, just as I feel nobody really knows me." Now the public which has known Diana as the brassy, bouncy lead singer of The Su- premes will have to adjust that image. The glittery singer has turned serious actress. And her impact on movies is already challeng- ing the sensation she stirred in the music world, i Her debut performance as tragedy-plagued jazz singer Bil- lie Holliday in Lady Sings The Blues is being described as Academy Award material. "Congratulations, said the card on one of many bou- quets of roses arriving at Miss Ross' plush Beverly Hills home. But the lady, reflecting on hsr own life and the late Muss Holli- day's, was quick to note that roses and kudos come only after backbreaking hard work. And they don't mean she's an ac- tress yet. "I have a lot to says Miss Ross. "I'm a singer. I don't consider myself an ac- tress. If I do a couple of other things and prove I can do it Take Time to Build The Best" Bring you the finest in Stereo Compon- ents now pvailable at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL AND DANCE Sat., Nov. 25th 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. MOOSE HALL Music by 'WAFMOUGH'S' MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT TONITE SATURDAY "THE LINEMEN" and their Invited auesti SOUTHERN AlBERTA JUVENILE LEAGUE JU33337 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26th P.M. Henderson Centre CROWNEST PASS CASCADES VS LETH. KINSMEN WARRIORS Adult) 506 Student. 254 t Elementary School and Pre School Children Accompanied by Parent -FREE MORE COLLEGE ELECTRICIANS SPECIAL ELECTRICAL CODE CLASSES The course will cover all sections of the Canadian Elec- trical Code 11th Edition, with emphasis on changes from the 10th Edition and problems of interpretation en- countered on inspections. DATE: 10 Mondays starting December 11th TIME: to p.m. FEE: INSTRUCTOR: Mr. W. A. Hobson, Chief Provincial Electrical Inspector, Lethbridgo Dist. For further information contact: School of Continuing Education Lethbridge Community College Telephone 327-2141 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE color. Starring William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Woody Strode and Susan Hayward. Saturday, November 25 shows at and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE color. Starring William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Woody Strode and Susan Hayward. Saturday, November 25 shows at and p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE WAR BETWEEN MEN AND Techni- color. Starring Barbara Harris, Jack Lemmon and Jason Kobards. Saturday, November 25 shows at and p.m. Family. Sunday, November 26 at p.m. color. Starring Peter Rogers. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "HOT ROCK" In color. Starring Robert Redford and George Segal. Saturday, November 25 shows at and p.m. Adult. Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 53 Nos.......... Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 59 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.00 All Wood Cards JjQjj Each Children Undor 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be plavcd in the club room for membors and their invited guosts Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities more than once, then I'll say I'm an actress." SHOWS HEARTACHES In this first dramatic effort, she feels she h-jrl a head start. I loved Billie Holliday and her life and I wanted it to be done right. :'In many areas I Identified with Miss Ross adds, "as a black woman, as a performer. It almost thrilled me that I identified with her. It almost frightened that unhappi- ness." In the film, Miss Ross por- trays the heartaches of Billie Holliday's life, from her ghetto beginning as cleaning girl in a brothel and victim of rape as a young teen-ager to her days as a prostitute and finally the struggling black singer In a Presley concert slated HONOLULU (AP) Elvis Presley says he will steer clear of ideological promotions on a worldwide television concert he plans to originate from Hono- lulu Jan. 14. "I won't try to push any mes- sages or he said today. "I'll just offer good entertainment." Rocco Lagineslra, president of RCA Records, said the con- cert will be carried by Satellite to at least 34 countries, reach- ing an audience of an estimated 1.5 billion persons. Laginestra said negotiations are under way to include Rus- sia and mainland China among the countries to which the tele- cast will be beamed. HOLLYWOOD (AP) Singer Frank Sinatra was presented here with the Screen Actors Guild award "for outstanding achievement in fostering the finest ideals of the acting pro- fession." The presentation was made at the guild's annual meeting. LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor Peter Lawford is home from hospital after undergoing 'sur- gery early this month to re- move a pancreatic cyst. Law ford, 49, told reporters after: leaving hospital he hones to be fully recovered by Christmas. white world who resorts to ad- dicting drugs to escape her emotional pain. Miss Ross, seated in her spa- cious living room with an Andy Warhol tapestry of Marilyn Monroe, a lifesize painting of The Supremes and a shimmer- ing mirrored piano, pointed out startling parallels and differ- ences in her life and Miss Holli- day's. Like Miss Holliday, Diana Ross was second eld- est of six children raised in a Detroit housing project. She also realized very young that she was a singer, and by 14 was auditioning for jobs, harmoniz- ing along with two girl-friends. By the time she graduated high school, Diana Ross and The Su- premes had a record contract and began playing the kind of exhausting road tours that Billie Holliday undertook. The parallels stop there. The Supremes, well chaperoned, never got close to drugs. At 27, her life is full. She Is married to a Hollywood publi- cist and the birth of their sec- ond child is imminent. She sometimes speculates that had Billie Holliday lived in the 1970s her life might have been differ- ent. "She might have wound up the same way I says Miss Ross. "Maybe because of educa- tion and because we're more aware of drugs she might have gotten past it." Yvette Mimieux weds director COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) Movie actress Yvette Mimieux and director-producer Stanley Donen have been married at the home of his sister. Mrs. Lawrence Goldstein, the sister, had reported earlier that the couple had changed their minds about being married In Columbia, where Donen grew up and had flown to the Virgin Islands. Mrs. Goldstein said yester- day, however, that the two were married at her house be- fore leaving the city. She said she did not know their tion. Ailing actor better SANTA BARBARA, Calif, CAP) Actor Walter Brennan is recovering satisfactorily in hospital after surgery to correct an intestinal ailment, officials said. Meanwhile, officials at Walt Disney Productions said yesler- lay that Brennan will be re- placed in the film The Love Bug Rides Again by John Mc- Intire, former star of The Virginian television series. Debbie Reynold! sues former manager HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ac- tress Debbie Reynolds has filed suit against former business manager Irving Briskin con- tending he defrauded her of by undervaluing stock she sold him and that he failed to make full payment on debts owed her. She filed the suit earlier this week in Superior Court Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Saturday Short Subjects "Where Does it Hurt" Last Complete Show Adult Sunday Special Matinee "Forbidden Planet" Ons Complete Show Family Short Subjects "Where Does it Hurt" One Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Up the Chastity Belt" Last Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children Sunday Short Subjects "Something Completely Different" Ore Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Blupbejird" Last Complete Show Restricted Adult Sunday Special Matinee "Forbidden Planet" One Complete Slww Fnmily Short Subjects 15 One Complete Show Rcstriclcd Adult Three-vehicle crash fatal PEACE RIVER (CP) Ber- nard St. Pierre of Falher Alta., was killed and three were Injured in a three-vehicle accident on Highway 2 near Peace River. Police said Mr St. Pierre was a passenger in a car that struck a parked tow truck. The tow truck struck another parked vehicle. BOHUMIR VLADIMIR FIALA ART SHOW SALE Dec. 2nd, 3rd 3 p.m.-10 p.m. 610 10 St. Phone 328-6873 paramount Itil SL 4th Avt. South, 327-S1M 2Ml H-rrtl Dr. Showing Sunday only at p.m. PLANET WALTER PIDGEON ANNE FRANCIS LESLIE NIELSEN With WARREN STEVENS tad totrodueim HOBBY, THE ROBOT COLOR college cinema ONE DAY ONLY WEDNESDAY 20th Ave. 6 Mayor Mapath Dr., Matinee p.m. p.m. BELGIUM AUSTRIA HOLLAND YUGOSLAVIA ENGLAND ITALY FRANCE SPAIN GERMANY SWITZERLAND TONY SMITH I! jiide S tost II PER50H OK STAGE Special Rates for Students of Groups of 20 or more for Matinee Performance onlyl paramount "cinema 8 th St. 4th Ate. South. 327-5100 STARTS SUNDAY One Show ot p.m. MGM's ADULT and BELL'S Metro Toronto Telephone Directory AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT J'. V..-'V.. SIMM MD WTO r> 'GRAHAM CHAPMAN JOHN CtfESE 1HRYGU1AM ERKIOU TERRY JONES MKHAS. HUN i tyr_ii Pv-uoHJDOOUCTONS FI; V COIOUC Stupendous! Spectacular! incomparable! Unimaginable! ENDS TONIGHT- 'UP THE CHASTITY BELT" J1TUW f: Eaton's Main Office 2nd Floor OF FAMOUS PLAYERS ON Toronto-Dominion Bonk, College Mall S.M-E Theatre Office, next to Leister's All Theatres to p.m. BURTOn IS 'BLUEBEARD! He did away with beautiful women. SHOWING s.-is P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT college cinema 20th AVB. ft KUyor MnpKh Dr, 32fl Tonight thru Tues. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount St 4th Avtr. South, 327 G100 NOW SHOWING PeterSellers jA. Aamtn.sttftft, In SHOWING SUNDAY AT MS P.M. ;