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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHMIDOE HERALD August 1973 LOS ANGELES Senator James Buckley of New York has accused the recording Industry of what he described as paying out money a V drugs in return for Buckley told a news confer- ence here that he has asked the Federal Communications Com- mission and the justice depart- ment to investigate the charges. a Republican-Con- refused to identify in- dividuals or record saying he did not want to prej- udice the legal actions be felt t follow. GLASGOW Two of Charlie Chaplin's young chil- dren may be preparing to fol- low their famous father on to the stage or into films after put- Agreement reached by two chains OTTAWA An agree- ment has been reached between the country's two largest theatre chains and Canadian- owned distribution companies on the showing of Canadian fea- ture films. The secretary of state's de- partment says the agreement with Famous Players Ltd. and Odeon Theatres Ltd. guarantees English feature films at least two weeks of theatre time in To- roiito and Vancouver. Successful releases will be distributed in 18 to 20 other cities served by the chains and audience response in these cities would automatically lead to the film being screened as widely as possible across the Canadian-owned distributors 3iave agreed to provide special publicity programs for films. The Canadian Film Develop- ment Corporation will increase investments in the films to help share the promotion and public- ity costs. FINGER NO EXCUSE LONDON A High Court Monday rejected a man's claim that his mar- riage prospects had been di- minished because the top of his right index finger was crushed at work. But after hearing evidence that 21-year-old Londoner Gurmit Singh's dexterity had been affected by the and hef could no longer play darts as Judge Norman Richards awarded him damages for the injury itself. Snghad suggested to the sort of scarring which is visible means that one has less chance of marry- His a packaging admitted liability. Natalia nixes Nureyev TORONTO will never dance with that man the Russian-born classi- cal ballerina intoned with heavy Natalia Makarova commented on her performance in Paris Saturday with ballet superstar Rudolf after she ar- rived here for performances with the Pennsylvania Ballet. am used to ballet that is refined and a partner must be sensitive I will not be dancing with Rudolf Nureyev ever Miss a stateless person since she defected from the Soviet Union in has of- ten been linked professionally with her compatriot who de- fected in 1963. For her appear- ance at the O'Keefe Centre she is billed as yev's electrifying dancing part- She said her final break with came after Saturday's performance of the Paris Opera Ballet's production of Swan lake and her fual comment on their relationship ras a blunt Today she will begin her To- ronto appearance with excerpts from the same ballet with the company from tvhich she is but it has a lot of Senator accuses recording industry of fdrugo1a9 ting on a weekend show at a Scottish Highland resort. Annie wrote the script for a murder mystery called The and she and her brother star- red in its production at a hotel in Nairn. Charlie now and his wife watched the show at the resort where they are on holiday with their family. -i France A major exhibition of the works of the late Pablo Picasso in Paris next month will include paintings never before seen in public and rarely-seen Cubish works from Soviet it was announced Monday. Roland a member of the politburo of the French Communish said the painter's widow Jacqueline had promised to lend a number of major works including some which the painter had never I shown publicly. To paintings loaned by French and foreign museums would be added Cubish period work's from Soviet five from the Hermitage in Le- ningrad and one from the Push- kin in Moscow and from Prague. MOUNT N.J. Jerry lead guitarist of the Grateful Dead rock was placed on one-year conditional probation on charges of possession of nar- cotics. of Marin had pleaded not guilty to the charge. Judge Herman Be'opolsky said that under the conditional probation he would entertain a motion for dismissal of the charges at the end of the one-year period if Garcia fol- lowed the terms of the proba- Garcia was ordered to report to a New York psychiatrist ev- ery two months. Garcia was arrested last March 27 after police stopped his car for speeding and found marijuana and cocaine. LONDON Singer Janie accused of trying to promote pop songs through sex lost her bid to get out of prison on bail. A judge at London's Old Bailey Court ruled she must stay locked up until her trial in September because police thought she might frighten wit- nesses if allowed to go free. Police told the Old Bailey judge that before her Miss Jones had tried to scare two of the girls out of giving evidence. One girl collapsed in fright and had to be taken to a hospital. SEATTLE Actor Bruce Lee was buried on a grassy hillside overlooking Lake Washington Monday in a simple ceremony attended by about 100 friends and relatives. one of Asia's most lar actors and recently famous in North America for his film roles as a master of martial was found dead of unde- termined causes in a Hong Kong apartment July 20. Ha was 32. Pallbearers of wild bronze coffin included acton Steve McQueen and James Lee's brother and his close grocer Taky Kimura of Seattle. 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