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Des Moines Tribune from Des Moines, Iowa • 8

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Fish Survey TOKYO, JAPAN (REUTERS) ft'iSr un Page 8 1 Family Band yVi believed In be aftershocks of destructive earthquake that hit northern main lslanji May ll, killing 48 persons and destroy. ing thousands of buildings. Ttie agency said Friday' tremors brought the number of aftershocks from the May 16 quake to 317. No casualties or damage were reported Friday. 15 New Tremors In North Japan TOKYO, JAPAN REUTERS Fifteen earth trtmors shook the northern main island of Honshu and Hokkaido Friday, the Meteorological Agency announced.

It said the tremors were ail The Japan Fisheries Association announced Friday it has agreed to an Alaskan proposal to conduct a joint suney of fisheries resources along the Alaskan coast. Overly Cute It lp It it At the Plaza til i IP: 'Now At loth Thtitrot! Opon HTT WW Flood Control Study Urged The Iowa Natural Resources Council Friday urged the Army Corps of Engineers to give further study to possible flood control projects near Clinton and Beltendorf. The recommendation was made in comments from loa on the interim report for flood control of the Mississippi River from Cassville, Wis, to 300 miles south of the source. The report was made by the Corps of Engineers. The Resources Council's comments also said the proposed projects for Clinton and Betten-riorf will not provide flood protection for all of the flood hazard areas and the council urged the cities of Clinton and Betten-dorf to inaugurate flood plain management programs.

3' 2 HOURS OF HILARIOUS FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! 181 53,300 Award To Sam Winick A jury in Polk County District Judge Ray C. Fountain's court has awarded Sam 11. Winick, of 1345 Ninth $3,300 damages from the City of Des Moines. Winick had asked $4,500 in lieu of the $1,800 awarded by a sheriff's condemnation jury for the loss of residential property he owns at 931 Fourteenth place. The property was condemned by the city for the Oakridge urban renewal project.

vri" til 'Dr. Dolittle' Task Just Too Great At the Ingersoll How to make a children's story into a salable film product on the adult market that was the task undertaken by the people who turned out "Dr. Dolittle." First, they east the movie with talented and actors who have reputations in the field of adult entertainment such as Rex Harrison, Anthony Newley and Richrd Attenborough. They filmed the story in Todd-AO and in color, and laced it with better than average tunes. Right down the line, the technicians involved also could claim successful credits in the adult movie field.

But it was a narrow line they were tracing and the challenge was too great and what results probably is not satsifactorv to either man or child. I In Disney Film Lesley Ann Warren is a star of "The One and Only uine Original Family Band," Disney story at the Plaza. Leonard Miller On Probation Leonard Lee Miller, 5fi, who 'Doctor' Rex Harrison is "Doctor Dolittle" at the Ingersoll. Here he is shown with a parrot named Polynesia. kl TECHNlCOL0tAUNI8SAlMCTlJK Too bad drover Cleveland isn't running for re-election this year.

"The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band" plays and sings a catchy campaign song written for him in 1888 by Grandpa, a diehard, fighting Democrat in "a gol durn" Republican family in "gol durn" Republican Nebraska. But the Bowers family, instead of going to the Democratic convention in St. lms to introduce the song, suddenly moves to Dakota territory, another "gol durn" Republican stronghold. Nice Old Codger Grandpa can't keep his big political mouth shut, not only incurring the wrath of Benjamin Harrison supporters but breaking up a romance between his granddaughter and a young Republican editor. Of course, Grandpa didn't mean any harm and he's really a nice old codger.

Under those conditions, who else would be Grandpa in a Walt Disney Studio production but aging Walter iBrennan, all made up to a peachy complexion. Lesley Ann Warren, a Leslie Caron look-alike with saucer (eyes, and exuberant John Davidson epitomize young love while Buddy Ebsen and Janet Blair are her parents. 'GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE PLUS 2nd Ave. TONITE AT 8 P.M. Sat.

Mat. 12.00 Fri. Sat. Eve. 12.75 IF YOU LIKED "TROUBLE WITH ANGELS" YOU'LL GO WILD OVER THIS NEW SEQUEL! at Crocker HURRY! LAST 10 DAYS Sthia Russell Stevens EMU ill fll'li "A IOWA'S ONLY CINERAMA SAIL AWAY AND LIVE ALL THE EXCITEMENT "YUR MIND EVER IMAGINED VJiHEHE said he lives at Woodward, has been sentenced by Polk County, District Judge Gibson C.

Holli-j day to five years in the State Penitentiary at Fort Madison but has been released on proba-! tion. I Award Divorce To Mrs. Stuart Mrs. Virginia Stuart has been granted a divorce by Polk County District Judge Wade Clarke from Robert W. Stuart.

The Stuarts own the Stuart Insurance and Real Estate Agency in Altoona, and Stuart is a mem .7 i I 4f mi Sat. Open 1:15 i Adults $1.00 'til 6. Children 50c COLOR GIANT 90 FT. SCREEN Miller pleaded guilty Mar. 4 to a fifth-offense charge of driving while intoxicated Dec.

28 on FIRST DRIVE-IN SHOWING" IF YOU'RE THIRTY, YOU'RE THROUGH! 2nd Ave. at Crocker NOW YOU CAN SEE IT AT REGULAR PRICES! SHELLY WINTERS Highway 69 in Ankeny. He was committed at that time to the Mental Health Institute at Clarinda and ordered returned to the court for further sentencing after treatment for alcoholism. Wtt ili'Hy CHRISTOPHER JONES it VMrlLtr tf DIANE VARSI Far One Week! Featurei Start at Dutk -7VtWArnurr TONITE! ber of the Polk County Zoning Board of Adjustment. Judge Clarke awarded Stuart the agency but ordered him to pay Mrs.

Stuart $10,000 for her half-interest. He also awarded custody of one daughter to Stuart and another daughter to Mrs. Stuart and directed Stuart to pay Mrs. Stuart $120 a month child support and $100 a month alimony. Mrs.

Stuart was given the home and household furnishings in Altoona, while Stuart was awarded nine parcels of real estate. The Stuarts were married Sept. 18, 1944. at Altoona. Mrs.

Stuart accused her husband of cruel and inhuman treatment. Award $10,206 To C. R. Firm vW- Adults $1.50 Shorts 7 4 9 Feature COLOR liuiimNriw.itu I Matson, of Cedar has been awarded $10,206.33 Undistinguished Although entertaining with a novel political background, "Band" suffers from the common Disney fault of overcute-ness, particularly with Grandpa talking about REEpublicans, CONventions, DEEviding the Dakotas, iDEES and the YEWnited States of America. The 11 musical numbers are sugary or sprightly but undistinguished, except for the Grov-er Cleveland song.

Grandpa's family band also is undistinguished and requires backing by a lush, full studio orchestra. William T. Kong. In the storybook, Dr. Dolittle is a lovable person who is constantly getting into and out of predicaments because of his power to talk to animals.

On film he comes off as something of a boring character who is driven to communicating with animals because he can not communicate with humans, as a sort of nineteenth century hippie devotee of animal stamina (before flower power was ever heard of). Harrison of course, has the title role, in which he is called on to talk his way through a number of songs (the best of which is "Talk With the It's reminiscent of his Henry Higgins in "My Fair Lady" but with less heart, and self-consciousness at having to talk to the animals. Whispering sweet nothings to a sad seal actually becomes repulsive. Newley, as Matthew Mugg, enters into the proceedings with more zest. Mugging considerably, he does a bit of Irish soft-shoe dancing and more than a little singing yith a voice of unexpected charm.

Attenborough is not on camera very long, but he makes a great deal of his role as the circus owner. In lesser roles, Peter Bull is the blustery General Bellows, William Dix is little Tommy Stubbins, and Geoffrey Holder is Willie Shakespeare the Tenth. 3rd Big Week I at Tonitp 11 P.M. damages by a Polk County District Court jury from Colonial Baking Co. of Des Moines.

The Matson firm, in a suit BETWEEN ELLEN AND JILL CAME PAUL Mm tried in Judge James P. De- Adult Entertainment YOU MUST BE 18 AND ABLE TO PROVE IT MATINEES SAT. ft SUM inato's court, had asked 506.33 for damage to its semitrailer truck which collided with a Colonial bread truck July 2, 1966, on Interstate 35, south iSAXDY DENNIS KEIR DDLLEA west of Des Moines in Warren County. The jury denied Colonial's Dollars, Too TOKYO, JAPAN (REUTERS) The Bank of Tokyo announced Friday it will start selling travelers' checks in U.S. dollars from Aug.

1. counterclaim of $2,485.41 for 'damage to its truck. CINEMA It CINEMA II 7, ll P.M. FIRST DRIVE-IN SHOWING! MAN HUNTED CAGED FORCED "For An Evening Of DINNER ENTERTAINMENT fl Sentence Two On Guilty Pleas Two persons who pleaded guilty to criminal charges have been sentenced by Polk County District Judge Gibson C. Holli-day.

Larry D. Gowins, 18, who gave his address as 1401 Eighth was sentenced to 10 years in the Men's Reformatory at Ana-mosa but released on probation. He was accused of breaking into the Spagnola Used Car lot office, 510 University May 8 and taking 50 keys. Phillip W. Kooker, 25, who said he lives at 3814 Fourteenth was fined $200 for driving while his license was suspended Feb.

2 at Highway 6 and Avenue Frederick M. Hubbell. TO MATE BY CIVILIZED APES! Samantha Eggar is pretty and CHARLTON HESTON JAsasL BufflsL WINTERSET lintel IOWA m4 ft Ner Kmm has the right measurements, except great acting depth. Throughout, a wide assortment of birds and animals are called upon to do incredible things. They come through like real troupers and certainly without embarrassment.

James Cary. ewLiNo unit ADJACINT PLUS COLOR CO-HIT. JULIE ANDREWS- CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER stIvIm boEyLdH "FANTASTIC VOYAGE" RICHARD HAYDN ELEANOR PARKER color deluxe FIRST DRIVE-IN SHOWING THE YEAR'S MOST TALKED TONIGHT AT 8 P.M.! ADMISSION $2.75 SAT. MAT. 2 P.M.

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