Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Fonda tops film poll BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Renter) Jane Fonda won tlie best dramatic actress award from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association ,'.nd sent a young ex-monibcr of the Viet- nam Veterans Against tlie War to collect it. Besides the award to Miss Fonda for her role as a call girl in tlio movie Kltilc, all c'Jier drama awards were swept by the New York police thriller The French Connection. witri Miss Fonda, an active organ- izer in trying to end the war in Vietnam, is currently in France filming Tout Va Bien with Jean-Luc Godard. Barry Homo, 24, co-ordinator for Vietnam Vet- erans Against the War, said he had been asked by the actress to pick up her Golden Globe prize. ALI IHacGIUW CHOSEN Love Story star All MacGraw accepted an award as world's female film favorite based on a survey of nearly CO countries conducted by Reuters news service for the association. Sean (James Bond) Connery and American actor Charles Bronson tied for the male favor- ite award. 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Patricia Neal was named best dramatic actress in television for her role hi The Homecom- ing, a film about an American country Christmas. Tuesday, February 8, 197! THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 7 JANE FONDA anti-war actress I Brass. Day of music at Slralfonl STRATFORD, Out. (CP) The Stratford Festival music season will include a new full-day event entitled Music for a Summer Day, highlighted by a performance of the New York Plu'lharmonic Orchestra. Aug. 25 has been designed to involve participants in a full round of activities starting at a.m. will) a pre concert coffee klalsch and winding up with an outdoor concert on Avon Island at midnight. The midnight con- cert will feature the Canadian LQ. of 145 and Can't Read Fast? A noted publisher in Chicago reports there is a simple tech- nique of rapid reading which should enable you to increase your reading speed and yet re- tain much more. 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Disaster report all fiction LOS ANGELES (AP) Ffames rang madly in police and sheriffs' offices with anx- iens callers saying they had heard that the western United States and Canada had sunk into the sea. As mystified law enforce- ment officers listened, about 50 callers described how a great earthquake caused by the recent Amchitka nuclear test lad devastated Alaska, Tokyo and the West Coast of Iv-rlli America. Everything from Alaska to Santa Barbara, 'Calif., was under water, the callevs said. Sunday. Most callers said they had heard about the disaster on rcdio. A check showed that KPPC in suburban Pasadena had just aired, a two-hour simulated newscast depicting a disasier caused by the Am- chitka test. Most callers had missed an announcement at the start and finish which told listeners il was all fiction. The an- nouncement has been re- quired by the Federal Com- munications Commission since 1338 when Orson Welles' famccl redio re-creation of H. G.. Wells' War of the Worlds alarmed 'the world. TOO MANY PUPILS More than half of South Ko- rea's elementary school classrooms are over-crowded. NICE BOY TURNS GANGSTER What's a nice boy like Andy Hardy doing making like a gangster? Carrying on a show-business career that goes back more than 30 years. Mickey Rooney plays a onetime Hollywood gang- ster star in a movie, filming on the Mediterranean island of Malta. Want to know more? VISIT THE CAREERS PIIPLRY HT THE CflREER FfflR RT HOLLYWOOD (Renter) Controversy has broken .ml within the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce on .whether a star honoring Charlie Chaplin should be placed in the Hollywood Bou- levard sidewalk, it was learned here. The chamber's Walk of Fame committee voied last month tha! Chaplin's sUr be laid in the sidewalk along with other stars of film and television per- sonalities. But: usually reliable sources said the 15-man chamber execu- tive committee voted Thursday against honoring Chaplin. Tlie star, prepared 11 years ago, was never installed be- cause of local reaction to Chap- lin's attacks on the United Slates. Sources said tlie committee's c'scision was r.ot final. de- cision would taken by the 45- man beard of the Chamber Feb. 11. Lilcl, 77, whose career spanned the stage, movies and tclevi- jsion, died at the Motion Picture i End Television hospital facility here. His Broadway plays included Irene and Ceiling Zero, and his movies included the Henry Al- drich series, Scaramouche, Jack Slack, Silling Bull. Double Jeopardy. Kentuckian. The Life j of Emile Zola and Black Legion. j Litel made television appear- ances I Love Lucy. My Hero, 77 Sunset Strip, M a v e r i c k. TV series under fire LONDON (CP) A former director of the Institute of Race Relations has added his voice to [he controversy over tlie BBC's British Empire television series, focussing his criticism on the Canadian episode shown last week. Philip Mason, 65-year-old au- thor and former Commonwealth diplomat, mites in The Times correspondence column that the treatment of pre-Confcderation Canada as seen in the which is edited by a Canadian "trivial and pointless." "Surely the important thing about Cancda, at least from the point of view of the British Em- pire, was that, having lost our American colonies through a rigid concentration of power, we made a fres'h start in Canada and began the policy of de- volving pawer." "This led to the concept of self-governing unique political development." KEI'ORT NOT MENTIONED Mason said he heard no refer- ence the program to the Dur- ham report, which initiated the dc'inj'noi! concept. He adds that in Canada, "we also made, with less success, a courageous attempt to build one nation from tuo cultures. These themes were hardly touched upon; instead we have an emphasis en military defence by forls, and virtually no recog- nition that for more than 100 years at least the sole defence "has been American goodwill." The color scries, made by the BBC in conjunction with Time-Life Books, is edited by Max Morgan-Wilts, 41, who was born in Detroit but raised in Calgary from an early ago. The scries has come under criticism for alleged bias of one kir.d or another. YOUR PHILIPS, DEAIER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A nt S RADIO AND TV J M V. J 302 13th ST. N. WOODLAND HILLS. Calif. (AP) Character actor John Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Lethbridge Tuesday Wednesday, February 8th 9ih From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. You may also obtain information on Health Careers by writing to: HEALTH CAREERS RECRUITMENT Dept. of Health Social Development 402 Administration Building, Edmonton, Alberta PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 'Straw Dogs'" Last Complete CI'XEMA Short Subjects Touch" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Ryan's Daughter" One Complete Show Students protest new tax laws HAMILTON (CP) About 1.000 graduate students work as teaching assistants went on strike h e re at Mc- Masler University over federal tax laws that became effective Jan. 1. The students are protesting the university's decision not to cover income losses of about in their grants which aver- age about a year. The grants became taxable Jan. 1. Tony Kadai, president of the graduate students union, said the graduate students will refuse to work until "satisfac- tory progress is made on our demands." Zorro, Cheyenne and Halls of Ivy. SUNMNGDALE, England (AP) Actress Diana Dors has joined a campaign aimed at al- lowing prisoners to have sexual ir.lc-rcourse with their wives in jail. The campaign was started hy Rene Wisbey, whose husband is serving a 30-year sentence for his part in the ?7-million train robbery of 1963. Jlrs. Wisbey, 39. recently lost her 16-year-old daughter in a traffic accident. She appealed to Home Secretary Reginald Maulduig to be allowed to sleep i with her husband to have an-; other child. I Miss Dors said she supports i the appeal. Her own husband, actor Alan Lake, was released from prison last Oclober. He served an 18-month sentence for i wcunding a man in a tavern brawl. "I am 40 and want to have an- other baby before I am too said Miss Dors. "If Alan had got a longer sentence it could well have ruined our I plans for tlie family." FINED FOR SPLASHING Under new Paris traffic regu- lations drivers who splash pe- destrians are subject to a fine equivalent to just under JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE PANTSUITS UNIFORMS All Styles Colors 404 5th St. i., Upstairs Phone 328-3631 UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1971-72 season) MALCOLM TAIT (cello) IOU1SE CHAPMAN (piano) WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9ih P.M. Yates Memorial Centre Admission: Adulls Students SOc Tickets: Leister's Music Limited Switchboard Operator University West Campus Tonight and Wed. at p.m. only if-fi) ADULT-MOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN I METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER Present J A story of love. Filmed by David Lean j am-SROBERTMTICHUM TREVOR CHRiSICFHER JONES JOHN MILLS LEO SARAH MILES i -f CINEMA 4th "ft Starts Tomorrow at ond p.m. Ends Tonight in the Paramount-then moves over to the Cinema. You still have time to see it. Only 4 Days Left. a film of .startling suspense and involvement. RESTRICTED ADULT OLSSTIN HOFFMAN ir SAM PtCKWWT, "STRAW "Dustin Hoffman Is Terrific" Ends Tonight in Paramount Cinema "The Touch" wih LIKES THE SUN The creeping cinquefoil plant j folds .its flowers each night and on cloudv days. COMING GEORGE and TAMMY CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER" In color. Star- ing Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. Tuesday and Wednesday, February 8 and 9. Tues- day show at p.m Adult. PI.NCNER CREEK Fox Theatre ROVERS" In color. Starring William Holdcn, Ryan O'Neal and Karl Maiden. Tuesday and Wednes- day, February li and 9. Tuesday'show at p.m. Adult. TABER tower Theatre "THE LOVE MACHINE" In color. Starring John Phillip Law and Dyan Cannon. Tuesday. February H. Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. The hiSarious comedy about disorganized Crime. Come and Meet Such Characters.as Matinee Wed. "Bi9 JeUy" at P.m. 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