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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wcdntsdiy, January 22, 1975 No gambling casino at 1975 PNE VANCOUVER (CP) There won't be a gambling casino at the 1975 Pacific- National Exhibition. A letter from Attorney General Alex Macdonald to the PNE Board of Directors Wednesday said the British Columbia cabinet considered the PNE request for a casino at the annual fair and conclud- ed that a licence should not be granted. The attorney general's letter said there is evidence casinos attract professional gamblers and card cheats who cause problems for fair operators and police. "Additionally, the infiltra- The Kinsmen Club of Lethbridge in conjunction with the Lathbridge Minor Hockey Proudly Presents Association Skate-A-Thon 74-75 To Be Held Saturday, Jan. 25, 1975 (Weather Permitting) 9 to 12 noon and 1 to 4 p.m. at the IceOvalAtTheSportsplex PRIZES 1st Prize 2nd Prize 75 3rd Prize SO Junior Hockey Team Club Jackets Collecting Most Money Participants Collecting Over Will Receive Hockey Stick All Skaters Receive A Hockey Puck We invite any youth organization that wishes to participate in this project to call Mr. Bill Robertson 328-0769 Mr. Glen Manyluk 328-2859 (evenings) tion of organized criminal syndicates into licensed casino operations is a' very real the letter states. The directors voted to spend on programs for the exhibition grounds. The proposals include a new main gate, upgrading electrical systems and landscaping. HAS 5.9 MILLION PHONES As 'of Jan. 1, 1973, there were 5.9 million telephones in New York City. DRUM CLINIC with Jack De Johnette with his SONORDRUMS from NEW YORK CITY (Formerly with Miles Davis Band) LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY THEATRE Thursday Afternoon, January 23 TICKETS FREE at PRUEGGERS MUSIC ONLY 530 5th StreetSouth No Tickets Will Be Available at Door Also: JACK De JOHNETTE in CONCERT Thursday Evening at Lathbridge Public Library 23 at p.m. Tickets for Gourmet gallops no more Times and food prices have changed since Gra- ham Kerr did his Galloping Gourmet shows in 1970. The new series, Take Kerr, has a different format. There are no silly jokes, wine sipping or live audiences but will reflect everyone's growing concern with eating economical and nutritious meals. Floor director Steve Watts and the star of the show prepare for another take on the series which will be sold to television stations for early programs, talk shows and afternoon features. Movieland capital attracts writers By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Hollywood draws writers of all kinds, like a miraculous magnet. Three fascinating, totally different writers were in town Angela Davis, Ladislas Farago and Rona Jaffe. Miss Davis, the one time cause celebre, proved to be an intelligent and straight- forward young woman. We didn't talk politics that's Picnic Ham Maple Leaf VALUES Peanut Butter Sno' Flake Shortening 3lb. 479 Purex tissue Mixed Vegetables Aerosol window cleaner, 20 oz. Corn Whole cereal, Top Valu, 2 Ib. Corned Beef Fruit Salad SIDES OF BEEF 220-240 Ib. Jd-FrKH. It. Navel Oranges OQo Slb.ku SIRLOIN STEAK 919 BURNS WIENERS B.C. Apples SKINLESS SAUSAGE fiO Cooking Onions AQo mm til Currie Fine Foods Ltd 1516-9thAvt. Open daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m Phone 327-2044 ANGELA DAVIS not my professional area but stuck to the world of entertainment. Angela' Davis .says she believes black exploitation films are doing a great deal of harm'to the black community. She singled out "Super Fly" as a prime offender. "The she says, "are growing up glorifying the pimp and.the dope pusher, dressing like 'they dress, speaking and acting like they speak and act. I understand, too, that that film greatly increased the use of cocaine among blacks." She loved and approves of "Sounder" and "Claudine." She says she doesnt watch much TV she's yet to see Sandford and Son. But she thinks the combined effect of blacks on TV and in movies has had a positive effect "now black children can see black grownups in positions requiring education and intelligence and that's good." She's written her autobiography "Angela Davis" and there's talk of a screen version. So far, just talk. More than talk, for Ladislas Farago's story of Nazi Martin Bormann, "Aftermath." That's been sold and Farago is writing the screenplay. It will be his first, although "Patton" was based on his biography of the general. Farago says the story of Bormann's escape to South America, will be filmed on that continent.' "Only Brazil and he says, "would permit a film about a Nazi to be made there. We chose Brazil it's (he cleanest, there's less Nazi infestation there than in any other South American country." Farago's next project is a biography of the late F.B.I, head, J. Edgar Hoover. He says his publisher wanted him to do one on Douglas MacArthur, "but he didn't turn me on Hoover did, he was a fascinating man." One of my favorite people is the pint sized author of big novels, Rona Jaffe. Her new one, "Family is a big, sweeping story, the kind you can lose yourself in. I sajd I thought it would make a great movie but she disagreed. She'd rather see it sold to TV than to films. "Because of its size and she said, "I feel it would be better to make it into one of those new TV film series like 'QB VII' or 'Up- stairs, Downstairs.' I think that's the most popular form of entertainment today. "My book lends itself more to six or eight episodes on TV than it does to one big movie. I think that's the coming thing with big novels." TV highlights WEDNESDAY COMEDY: SHH! It's The News, p.m., Ch. 13. PROFILE: American Heritage, Ch. 11. "The Honorable Sam Houston" is a story of this man's campaign against secession of Texas from the union. ARTISTS: Musicaracra, p.m., Ch. 7. The American Ballet Theatre perform classic and modern dance. MUSIC: The Magic Maker, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Yehudi Menuhin conducts the Festival Symphony Orchestra in a musical adapta- tion of the works of American poet E. E, Cummings. DOCUMENTARY DEBUT: Pacificanada, p.m., Ch. 7. "A Slow Hello" is the first of eight programs centering on the people of British Columbia. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. Scheduled to appear on tonight's show are Ann-Magret and Bruce Dern. DISCUSSION: Tommorrow, 12 midnight, Ch. 9. Tom Snyder is the host and leads a discussion on the art of giving par- ties in New York. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS mg are listed by the Radio arid Television Stations. Any van- i program schedule is due to laet-mmute by the sta- nd is not'the responsibility ol Chinook Beverages Limited Ihbrrdge Herald. CHEC 1090 Monday thru Friday Farm News New, Weather, Sports News, Weather, Sports Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 min. after CJOC 1220 Wednesday Probe 1220 World at Six Thursday CBC News News, Weather, Sports Phone Bill Show Hour of Information Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six Concie's Carousel Midnight: Concerts. Overtures and Encores CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. CBR 1010 Wednesday Night World at Six As It Happens Interest Rrom the Capitals Five Nights A Week Country Road Country Style Thursday Warm-Up Calgary Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off the Record World at Six As it Happens "Pepsi Cola proudly introduces the Fridge 40" lor your fridge. New light weight bottle with twlst-ottj closure, packed in a convenient take home carrier. KRTV 3 CABLE 0 KFBBTV5 CABLE I Wednesday ID Truth or Consequences QNews O Hollywood Squares ID Password