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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Quota system advocated for Canada-made films TORONTO (CPt A quota system compelling even" On-' tario movie house to show Ca-; nadian-made films for at least' eight weeks even." two years. has been recommended in a' report commissioned by the On-' tario government. In addition, the report says, hall the cm-rent 10-per-cent i on tickets should be rebated to: theatres when they are showing Canadian-made films and the other half should be rebated to the film's producer if the [i.'m was made in Ontario. Toe report was commissioned by John White when he was minister of industry and tour- iim and was submitted this week to his successor, Claude Beur.ett. Mr. White now is pro- LOYAL OPxDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th-9 P.M. At The MOOSE HAIL Music by "Z P's" FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Westerners Orchestra PLAYING FOR Hi NEIGHBOUR CLUB Saturday, January 27, 1973 8 to 11 p.m. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL GYMNASIUM GERMAN CANADIAN CLOB Regular Dance Jan. p.m. Music by 'JACK BLECH' and Inviied guest? only. NOTE: Tune in to our guest house hcur wirh your hosls BODO and ERWIN every Sundoy al 1 p.m. on CHEC FM Radio. ELKS PUBUC BSNGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME S500 JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. S250 IN 59 NOS. S125 IN 60 NOS. If no bjnao coiled cftsr 59 number? we w [I continue for 550 BONUS S5CO JACKPOT 53 NOS. NO ONI UNDO 16 YEARS AUOWED] PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weelcend Entertainment for ELKS ond INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS CARDSTON Mayfair Theotre UP In c-o'cr Sian-L-.g Ezrbars and O'.N'cfJ. Januarj- 27. Shows at End p FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BUCK PRSACHER" In color. Starring Sid- ney Foiv.er 5c'f.''one fciurdsy. January 27. Shiv-'s 2: and p.m. suitab'.e lor cteld- TCIL PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "BENEATH THI: PI.ANTT OF THE APES" In color. Linda Harrtoyi snd James v. 27 a: and in. WILDERNESS" !r. col.r. 2nd p.m. Family. TABER Towsr Theatre WI! DERNTsS" In color. Saturday, Jan-j- EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpof in 54 Nos...........S500 Game No. 1 50 10 Games Blackout in 57 Numbers 11 Games Priie Money......... S 20 ALL GAMES PSIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Sl.OO Entry Card S1.Q.Q. All Wood Cards 5Qcf Each Children Under I ft Not Allowed Bingo will cilso be played in the club roam for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities Corner )3th St. and 2nd Ave. N. O vincial treasurer. 1 Chairman of the nine-man board was John F. Bassett. a Canadian film producer, who made (he report public today. The report also calls for abo- i lition of censorship and the es- lablishment of a classification system, establishment of an On- Itariojilm office and the devel- I opment of a major international j film festival which would in- i corporate the current Canadian film awards. It also urges the establish- ment of a film school of limit- ed enrolment aimed at top uni Lethbridge film director happy BILL FRVET versify graduates and creation r 1 of a script development fund IcSmal JUrv of S250.000 a year. "V.'e accept without question' PARIS 'AP> Ir-grid Berg- that feature film is an integral mrji will serve as president of part of Canada's the :'ne jury at lie Cannes Film report said. It said that the Canadian Ra- dio-Television Commission has regulated the electronic media Festival this year, organizers announced. Miss Eergrrian. the Swedish actress who made her most fa- to help Canadian talent and ex-' mous movies in the United posure and argues that Ontario States and Italy, now is mar- sbould move into the film busi-, ried to theatrical producer Lars was the same way. Schmidt ar.d lives in Paris and IS Ontario sets "the pace by i Lotidon. The festival will be requiring exposure of Can- j held May 1C-25, adian-made films, other prov- j inces would follow, the report j i Loj, I: says more than 90 per cent j SYDNEY. Australia Renter1 of the films shown in Ontario Gerry Heffeman, a 2o-year- are non-Canadian. old huDoing worker, was nurs- "Canada is a ripe target for; ing a sore ajier a fellow feature film distributors from worker saved him by grabbing other countries to walk in and his hair as he disaprjear- hsrvest dollars without any re- ed through a hole in scaffold- auirements for reforestation" ing 60 feet above ground. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 I3tn SI. N. JACK'S VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE ALBERTA Present! ENTERTAINMENT (6 Nights A Week Jon. 29 to Feb. 3) by "CARM" Vocaliit-Guilarist from Winnipeg MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL-7th Ave. and 13th St. N. SAT., JAN, 27th, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by 'COUNTRY 3' Members and Invited Guests only! LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL THEATRE ANNUAL MEETING YATES MEMORIAL THEATRE GREEN TOOM FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 1973 P.M. AGENDA EXECUTIVE REPORT FINANCIAL REPORT PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE ELECTION OF NEW OFFICERS The Executive will precise c ccnjlit-licnol cHcnge, ths effect c: which will be ;c: preve-t cny ne frcn cctina in a production c n-err.bsr cf the This is no! intended 1o c ply to the publicity Executive cr.e the Cast RepreiffUafiVe. Refres.hrne.T's u-rll fhe meeting. 'HI NEIGHBOR CLUB' PRESENTS POLYNESIAN PEARLS SHOW FROM TAHITI Fcn'asl'c b'.cck bj s, cr-cic.s SATURDAY, FEB. 3rd 8 to 11 P.M. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL GYM ISth St. ond 5lh Ave. N. CHAIRS AND TICKETS LIMITED AFTER STAGE SHOW BALLROOM DANCING Sorry no tickets sold at doer. Only ol Asia hi (Iwoso) Confectionery, Sues Ccffee Bar, Leister's Music Ltd. Advance tickets i2.00 CORNER 2nd AVE. anrf 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUEROO.MS TONIGHT "HOOTCHY KOOTCHY HENRY" anri their invitrd NORTH BAY, Ont. rCP) Bill Fruet is a happy man these days. He arrived here to push his Jates! movie, Wedding in 'Tin very proud of It." the writer end director said in an interview. He has reason to he. Tne film was selected as the best pic.ure in the recent Cana- djan Film Awards. ''It fulfiUed I set out to tio.T> FrJel. a na- of Lothijricge, AJta. i And no-.v he is sc-tiiBg out to show his pei project to iheatre- gcers across Carada and in sev- era! U.S. centres. The Xorth Bay openine of the film late in January marks the bejsirjimg o.! s. westward tour which v.ill end in Vancouver. It is due to open in N'ew York at the erd of January and then go to Detroit. Chicago ar.d Los Angeles. "If we wast to mate money." said FTTJS'L. "we have to go to the Slates B'Jl will ic make ramey? "It be hard to he said. The story, which he wrote iii the 1950s, portray; E ]D-.ver mid- dle-class family in 1943. A 16- year-old girl is raped by her brother's array buddy ard be- pregnant. Her uarrow- minded father arranges a mar- Tne wedding in white takes place. movie's r.ol nostalgia because nostalgia romar.ticizes. and this is realistic." said. Fruet. "Though it does have a lot of tilings right from the pe-1 nod. like the house. "Really, the house was a fan- tastic find. Vi'e were looking all over fur the right set when we found a cheap little touse in Toronoto's Cabbagetown whose owner had just died and the whole place was filled with '40s furniture.1'' Most of the film was shot In house ar.d in a boarded-up Pickering. Ont., hall which be- came the movie's Legion Hall. SET TOOK PRIZE The set wss received and won first prize in the Canadian Film Awards. Tne third award went to Dons Feme, named best supportuie actress. Others in ihe cast were Don- sld the Carol Kane, (he girl: BradSev. her brtithcr, and Doug McGrsih. the Errr.y buddy. Bradley and McC-rath por- trayed the derers in Dovo. the Road, 2 f'l? which Frjei wrote. How do the two nxr.-ies com- "V-redding in White i- T.ithout cues; ion the better said Fruet. "And I don't say that I'm it Saturday, January 57, THt LTTHBRIDOE HERALB _ 7 DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Suile Si. S. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridg. SPECTACULAR.. FILMED IN THE CANADIAN WILDS.w "GREAT NEW uuuiATiDBr WILDLIFE FILM HEX AiLEW FOR MAN CAM LIVE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE i 3- DL'ES L HriNZ SEE IT BEFORE CIVILIZATION SWEEPS IT AWAY. ftrt. i Kvnr Dr. LAST 2 DAYS SATURDAY AND P.M. SUNDAY MS AND P.M. UNDER 12 SI.00 ADULTS ?2.00 SORRY NO PASSES Also coming to FORT MACLEOD PINCHER CREEK TABER CARDSTON Rawls must pay 84.500 a month LOS ANGELES 'API er L'TJ Karris. must pay S4.500 2 month to support his wife and two children pending a divorce hearns under an agreement reached in Supe'ior Lara Jean Pvawis. 30 Till re- ceive SC.500 a mcr.th and the couple's children. Lou Jr.. S. and Lou 4. e2ch will re- ceive SvOO. court proceedings sjid. _ The coupie married DL r eb. 12. arid separated Jan IS. iE'72. Mrs. Raul? operates a in suburban EndiJO. C.V.U'. Jpday's Sh'6Wtimes PAAAMOrNT Saturdsv Shon S.bjects I ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount SL S 44 An. Sarth. NOW SHOWING TONIGHT AT and P.M. SHOWING SUN. of wily PP1 BAftBRA STREISAND IBOX. J ;A story of lose Ryan's ADULT NOT SUITABU FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema S-. t Art. Sawtk. 327-SlOI LAST TIME TONITE ONE SHOW 8.00 P.M. ir.e 7-25. Lr-5: SH-DT 9.W Not Suiiable for Sunday Snor: Subjects 6-15 "Up Ihi SEUGMN" E-43 Oao Con-.plete Xoi Suiiable for Cli'.STM PARAMOUNT CEVOI.i Satnrdny Da'jshter" One Conipie'ie 8: CO Sunday 5' Oae Shr.v Saturday STARTS SUNDAY paramount cinema. RESTRICTED ADULT One Shew Only ot p.m 1972 CAKKES FILM FESTIVAL! JURY PRSZE AWARD SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE m. H spy or 'JSi pictures ever K VICHiEL SiCKS RW LEIEV.A'J -VALERiE PESSifJE MONDAY 7'15 SHOWS 930 p.m. STARTS MONDAY First Feature at 7 p.m. with TAB HUNTER CHERIE IATIMER RAVAGED... SAVAGED... Licked the fiery tongues of SMASH HITS 2 RESTRICTED ADULT Their guns are hot and their bodies hard. METROCOLOR ;