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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 4

Des Moines, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 6, 1970
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MUSEUM POST TO TOPEBZER • ,<Th» Register's lows N«v.-$'Strvlc«) FORT DODGE, IA. Thomas R. Toperzer, 31; of Lincoln. Neb., has been hired "as director of the Blanden Art G a 11 e r y , it was announced Tuesday. •'.1 T h e g a 11 e r y 's board of tcustees had come' under fire for allegedly failing to file a report of its operations and air lowing the gallery's art collection, valued at $500,000 to deteriorate. Toperzer. will take over as the first fall-time director of the gallery July 1 at a salary of $n,000 a year. Torperzer holds a master of fine arts degree from the University of Nebraska and was a graduate assistant for the past two years at the university.. Creation of the gallery director's-position was recommended by Dr. Frank Seiberling, director of the University of Iowa School of Art at Iowa City, in a study he made after some artists and art patrons criticized maintenance of the museum. 'A Walk' Starts at the Capri "••• * THEATER CLOCK -Wednesday'? starting Unto « 1 hy theater managers.) PLAZA: Cactus Flower—6,.8, 10. i PARAMOUNT: The Adventurers—6, 9. fINGERSOLL: M'A'S'H—6, 8," 10. IGJALAXY: Mat Do You Say to a Naked ' Lady?— H, 2, 4, b, 8, 10. VARSITY: Royal Hunt of the Sun—8:30. Me, Natalie—«:30, 10:25. RIVIERA: Paint Your Wagon—8. RIVER HILLS: Hello, Dolly!-*, 8. CAPRI: A Walk in the_Spring' Rain— 7, 9. WAKONDA: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid—7:30, 9:30. . EASTGATE CINEMA III: Love Camp No. 7—12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 provided PLANTATION DRIVE-IN: Loving— 8:45, i 12:15 a.m. Castle Keep-— 10:25. ™ Law »"- 8:45 Das Maine* Regis!Af W*d.,.M,*y 6, 1970 O.K. Benefit Rise •For Kmt ft* STARL1TE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons—8:30 Midnight Cowboy—8:45. Alice's Res Anthony Quinn fs a star of "A Walk in the Spring Rain" today at the Capri. • Christopher Plummer Is in "The Royal Hunt df the Sun" starling at the Varsity. Susan Clark-stars in "Skull- * Elliott Gould Is a star of duggery," a melodrama Fri- "M*A*S*H''now on;thescreen day at the Paramount. at the Ingersoll. Wilson Accord OPEN VEISHEA AT IOWA STATE By a Staff Writer AMES, IA. — Opening ceremonies of Veishea, the annual At CheYokee\ Iovia Statc University spring festival, will begin at 7 p.m. today at the" C. Y. Stephens (The Register's Iowa News Service) CHEROKEE, IA/ - Local 179 of Amalgamated Meat- Cutters, and- Butcher Workmen Union .and Wilson Certified Foods here have negotiated a new three- year contract that will bring union employes a 32-cent perj hour raise retroactive to Apr.' 6. The agreement also stipulates that on Sept. 6, 1971, there will be a 25-cent-per-hour raise followed by another 25-cerit boost Sept. 4, 1972. The new contract brings a starting base pay of $3.94 an hour at-Wilson -followed by the overall hike to $4.44 an hour in 1972. Drug Arrest At Iowa Falls (The Register's Iowa News Service) IOWA FALLS, IA. - Larry Miller, 20, of Independence, an Ellsworth College student, was Lake LaVerne canoe races arrested Tuesday morning by! will start at 3 p.m. and Auditorium where the Veishea queen .will be presented and an award made to the ISU Athlete of the Year. The first Stars Over Veishea presentation of ."Oliver" on the Stephens auditorium stage will follow at 8 p.m. "Twelfth .Night," presented by the Iowa State Players, will have its second performance at Curtiss Auditorium at g p.m. The first performance was Tuesday evening.- Starting at 12:45 p.m. Thursday, a carillon concert by Bruce Eberle, university caril- lonneur, will precede the tapping of new members of Mortar Board and Cardinal Key, women's and men's all-university honoraries, beneath the Campanile. fly-over by club members over campus, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A "You. at Iowa State" barbecue for high school visitors, starting at noon in the Armory, a baseball doubleheader between Iowa State and Oklahoma State, at the new Hayward and Knapp street diamond and a David Susskind convocation at 2:30 p.m. at C. Y. Stephens audit o r i u m are other Friday events. "Twelfth Night" and "Oliver" will be given again Friday evening and Jose Feliciano, guitarist, will give a concert in the Armory at 8 p.m. Saturday's pro gram highlights the Veishea'parade, starting at 9:50 a.m., with Dr. James Hilton, former ISU president, as parade marshal; the .ISU Air Show, another baseball game with Oklahoma State, soccer matchesjad_a_rodeo "Oliver" will be given at Stephens auditorium at 2 and 8 p.m. and ."Twelfth Night' at Curtiss auditorium at 8 p.m. Veishea dance is in the Armory at 8 p.m. . . Starts Tonight ONCE AT 7:30 ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! 7 DAYS ONLY THE IMMORTAL CLASSIC! Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh GONE WITH THE WIND IN COLOR EASTGATE CINEMA Wind— 7:30. EASTGATE CINEMA PIONEER -DRIVE-IN: Hang 'Em High— 10:30. I: Gone Wllfc the II: Loving— 7, 9. Easy Rider— 8:45. Iowa Falls police and charged ver" and "Twelfth Night" will with sale of narcotic drugs to a be repeated at 8 p.m. in Ste- minbr. phens and Curtiss auditoriums, At a preliminary hearing Tuesday afternoon, Iowa Falls Police Judge David Hansen set Miller's bond at $5^1 respectively. Friday highlights will include an air show by the ISU Flying TDIub with parachutists aM We invite yon to come to our WEDNESDAY NIGHT 5 PM-10 PM OLD FASHIONED, ALL-70U-CAff-EAT CATFISH FRY OYSTER BAR AND SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 61st and Douglas 276-3444 '/I 25 SENSATIONAL ACTS MAY 8, 9, 10 in the 20th Annual Za-Ga'Zig £. SHRINE CIRCUS - ' ThrJ/ls and fun galore Veterans Memorial Auditorium Friday and Saturday Eve. 8 P.M. \Sunday 1:30 P.M. and 6 P.M. Kiddies Sat, Matinee 2:30 P.M. general Adm. 1.50 ^-Children .75 Reserved Seats 2.50 Buy Reserved Seals Veterans Auditorium or Shrine Office \ 7th BIG WEEK HER EXCELLENCY IN PERSON EARLY OPENS 7:30 PIONEER Irivp-ln S.E 14th KirHord SHOW STARTS HELD OVER! 3rd WEEK DON'T MISS 'EM! LAST 7 DAYS 2 OF THE MOST TALKED ABOUT, WANT TO SEE HITS THIS YEAR TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME PETER FONDA DENNIS HOPPER ^S^'MviHvV t \Jon»»" X: I \A\l\\ / I Vl\ft •\»«V* e * "-ill i S» \V ?/ ^ '}\ :£*•< ^MMi For Res'ns Ph r 243-9125 CINERAMA TODAY AT 2 & 8 BRING THE WHOLE FAMltY Child Under 14 $1.00 All Times Barbra Streisand Wilier Matthau "HELLO The hanging was the best show in town! TECHNICOLOR CUNT EASTWOOD HANG EM HIGH In Color — i Channel Stereo Sound RIVIERA TONIGHT AT 8 P.M. CHILD $1.25 ALL TIMES .7 ADULTS S2.50 TODAY • "" . Lee Marvin * Clint Eastwood "Paint Your Wagon" IN COLOR — i CHANNEL STEREO Now Showing X RATED NO ONE UNDER II RESERVATIONS 285-nos NOW THRGUOH MAY 9 THE MAIN STREET SINGERS STEAKS if SEAFOOD (007 Fleur Drive Across from the Airport * OPEN TO THE PUBUC * Catering Large Groups Up to 400 Show Times Mon. - Thurj. 7-9-11 Fri. - Sat. 8 -10 - 12 Opening Monday Friend* of the Family NOW APPEARiN© NITELY DAVE and SUSANNE • Nation*!!/ F»mou» Faod Sarved in « Fascinating Complex of Nine Dining Area*-open Sunday • Fyll Service Cqfiae HOUM • Complete Meetint * Pool F*ciiitie« HYATT HOUSE *2!S Fleur Drive • DM MoiMS, Iowa XttJI CINEMA Camp In Color I Shown Dally al U-2-4-< EastsaH Phont JM-9100 All the Beauty of Europe is Enslaved (or THE PLEASURE OF THE 3RD REICH! »-10 STUDIO III W Blk. 6. $av*ry Hotel FRI. MAY I Starts Tonight 2 BIG HITS! CAPITOL NO ONE UNDER 17 Starts 8:45 YOUR EYES WON'T BELIEVE ALL YOU HEAR #2 IN COLOR Starring Michael Caine is shocking! Made with good tatte and an altrt tenit of hamor BUT ... BE PREPARED to see this with complete BA7H3 WITHOUT A STITCH TONIGHT 7:30, 9:25 WAKONDA Now Showing Winner of Academy Awardtl eUICHCASStWAND GP B T>tSUNOANC£KIO RATED § Paul New/nan Robert Redford ADMISSION RESTRICTED TO 18 & OVER TODAY 2:15, 4:30, 6:45 & 9 PM MONDAY thru SAT. EVES at 7:30 & 9:45 ONLY Admission $3.00 11 refurbished EASTOWN AIL NEW CONTINENTAL SEATING S.E. 14TH ST. DRIVE-IN: Cartoons— 8:30. Scream and Scream Again— 8:45. MI'S Bells—10:40. WEST-VUE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons—8:30. Halls of Anger—8:50. On Her Majesty's Secret Service—1045, EASTOWN: I Am Curious (Yellow) — 7:30, 9:45. iEXPO '70 RECORD OSAKA. JAPAN. (AP) - A one-day record 510,000 people visited the Expo '70 fairgrounds Sunday. The previous high was 424,000 Mar. 30r STARTS .TONIGHT! Shows at 7 6 9 Adults $2 Golden Age 75c i WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) : A ,J>enate labor subcomttiittee ap- j proved Tuesday a bill to increase retirement benefits for railroad employes by 15 per cent. The legislation,'already passed by the House, will be con-., sidered soon by the full cofn- "mittee"' • - ~ Ooen I P.M. — Cart. 1:30, "MIOIMIQHT ooweov In The Great Smoky r T Mountains of Tennessee LOVE HAPPENED WHEN THEY LEAST SUSPECTED, BETWEEN A RUGGED MAN AND A SOPHISTICATED URBAN WOMAN. There weren't supposed to be any more surprises in their lives. Tender! Poignant! Real! tOlUU|i»iCTUItlht»«l " mm ANTHONY BERGMAN QIWN in ttic KATHKRfllE CRAWFORD > |GPI*O* ------------------- -GU/ GIUH fMiixitu Stilling Stlliphtnt • Color Co-Hit At 10:*) P.M. "ALICE'S RESTAURANT" S.E.14th. .DRIVE-IN THEATRE Open 8:00 Cart. 1:30 Starts Tonightl lit Run VINCENT PRICE CHRISTOPHER LEE PETER GUSHING 111- VARSITY ZSffi anaUNIVCRSITV 2 Great Hits Together! Adult $2.00 • Child & GnMcn Age 75c " THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN' is a very entertaining: movie." "The ironic story of Christianity's rape of supposedly innocent empires, in the name of God and in the interests of gold ... Robert Shaw plays Pizarro with a marvelous mixture of arrogance and inn^Tcence. Christopher Plummer is — Atahuallpa, a role that allows him to do all the things a performer longs to do. He's as fascinating as he is outrageous. —VipiJent Canby, N.Y. Times The Incas • had everything: wealth, beauty, honor and innocence. PLzarro brought them Christianity. "The Royal Hunt of the Surf .1 Technicolor • A Cinmu Center Film. Pmemxion A Naiionil General Picrurei Relew ———— PLUS a Great Co-feature In Color ——-— PATTY DUKE—"ME, NATALIE' CINEMA II EAST 14-fh an ] EUCLID Starts Tonight 1st Run PLANTATION R Riling—No One Under 17 Admitted. tells it all! Taut, tremulous, tough! You'll be glad you watched!' -0.04 !h»M, look LOVING STARTS AT THE END OF THE COMMUTER LINE! S.-.J" take FREW AY io f AST 14th JEXIT, I block south, I '/2 blocks easr Brooksie's the li.fe of the party . . . Especially whfB he has the mating urge! Open 1 P.M. - Cart 1:30 TONIGHT! HALLS OF ANGER "The climax involving closed-eircuit TV, a playhouse and a playpea linds George Segal without trousers or immediate hope. Achieves high, desperate humor —Joseph Worgenitern, Ntyvsweefc Consider this an invitation to iii^ wildest suburban party ever! GEORGE SEGAL / EVA MARIE SAINT STERLING IWDEN/KEENAN WYNN.'NANCIE PHILLIPS PLUS CO-HIT at Drive In Only! A lOth-Centuiycwtle in a 20th-century wax! "PROBABLY THE FUNNIEST MOVIE YOU WILL EVER SEE . . THERE HAS NtVLR BEEN aNUHING LIKE IT" V''*")* *3T" ;,,.- 'V "WhalDoYuuSciy to a Nukc;d Lad\ ?" eOLDIE HAWN 'CACTUS FLOWER" TECHNICOLOR M*A*$*H" COLOR BY DELUXE YPU mutt be 17 and have prool -OPEN .':« .; FEATURES |, «:«>-»!« ENDS THURSDAY "THE ADVENTURERS' TECHNICOLOR You MuM Be 17 and H»v« Proof

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