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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Public can tour mansion for fee LONDON The Duke f whose ancestor anquished Napoleon at announced Tuesday hat he has decided to open his lately home to the public. The said the public ihould be able to see a nation gave to the irst The grounds and of the mansion at Strat- ield near 40 niles west of will be to the public for the first from July 28 for an en- rance fee of 50 pence Visitors to the 17th-century nansion will see such memo- rabilia of the Iron Duke as the red velvet robe he wore to the coronation of George IV and a reindeer cloak he wore on a diplomatic mission to Russia in 1826. Closed-circuit television and special security precautions have been installed to watch over priceless in- cluding a painting by the Venetian master Tintoretto. Unlike the Marquis of Bath and the Duke of the Duke of Wellington will not have a safari park or amuse- ments on his grounds. has their own style and I don't think mine is the same as Lord Bath cr the Duke of he said. Actress finds success without leaving Canada Ont To be a success you have to leave Wrong. All you have to do is threaten to leave. At least that's what Susan Mitchell found. Susan a Canadian made up her mind recently to pack up and move to Australia. But when she tried to sever all connections with the Toronto theatre her career took off like a flash. the word got around Toronto that I was leaving I received more offers than I had managed to get in two she said. Susan began her theatrical training in where she was born. She studied dancing and then spent several years with various British theatre companies. In she continued her studying dance at the Toronto Dance Theatre and singing. She has appeared with Theatre as well as with Regina's Globe Theatre touring company. Susan has also performed in plays for the British Broad- casting Corp and the Cana- dian Broadcasting Corp. television networks and has participated in 28 productions for CBC radio. Thanks to her decision to leave Canada Susan received fat in the CBC TV The Collaborators. in turn led to a successful audition for the Stratford says Susan. Oddly the first stop on the Stratford tour was Aus- tralia. HOTEL RED COACH LOUNGE Nightly for your Entertainment TAVERN AN Expo Mormon Choir Chicago July ............................91O9 Expo Jack Bonny Special. July 5 .....9100 Disneyland and Expo August 17 low Expo Water Aug. 4 992.60 Expo Charlie Pride Aug. 5 Expo Royal Lippizan Stallion Aug. 16th. 5 Expo Jim and Buck 4 Aug. 16th 992.00 Expo Aug. 5 9108 Expo Canada Week 4 Aug. 26th......... 992.00 Expo Merle Haggard Aug. S 9109 Expo Krmkin Sept. 992.00 Weal Autumn Tour Sept. 12 low Lake Columbia Ice Spokane. Expo. Expo Soviet Union A NHL Hockey 5 91OO Expo Porter Wagoner Sept. 26th. S 9108 Eattern Canada Autumn Tour. Quebec Prince Edward Niagara Oct. .............................9836 tApo Polynesian Oct. S '81 OS Expo Guy Lombardo Oct. 4 802.8O Expo Oct. S Expo Western International Hockey Oct. 24th. S 9106 Expo Ella Fitzgerald Special. Nov. 4 992.8O Grand Canyon. Nov. 9288 Christmas Pasadena Roae Bowl Dec. 26th .............................................9266 Florida Disney World Washington .Jan. 11-24 ...................................9999.80 Includes Transportation and Accommodation NORTHERN BUS TOURS Alta. Phono 327-3S36 329-4474 Alto Plnchtr Creek Travel Centra Cole Porter survives Cybill's 'disc' debut HOLLYWOOD Cybill Shepherd revealed that she has a voice as pretty as her face when Paramount Records unveiled her long promised first Does It To Cole The occasion was a party on a Paramount sound stage. Burt Reynolds introduced Peter who introduced his long time girl who smiled prettily. The only problem with Cybill's singing is the same thing that troubles many new- comers lack of con- fidence. That made her use over arranged ver- sions of songs. People will be arguing about the failure of for a long time. Al Kasha and Joel who are presently putting the finishing touches on their screen Copper think the answer is simply that composer Burt Bacharach didn't understand musical construction. Since Bacharach had a musical hit that argument seems a bit oversimplified. But it's possible. Something happened. George Hamilton is currently in the big cast filming Jacqueline Susann's Is Not I asked him why he was doing it. Hamilton to do an industry movie once in while to keep his name up there with the Trish Van Mrs. George C. is now being directed by Scott in a movie called Savage Is This is being shot about an hour's drive from Puerto Vallarta in Mex- icq. How does she feel CYBILL SHEPHERD about being directed by her already work- ed together twice as ac- Trish he's never directed me before and I've been looking forward to the experience I've watch- ed him work with actors as a director and he's particularly sensitive to theirneeds. were all in oil swindle By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELES don't know anyone in show business who has enough financial knowledge to make wise investments. We simply have to take other people's ad- vice. And this time we all were Singer Andy Williams was speaking of his invest- ment in an oil swindle that lost millions for entertainment business world figures. He pointed out the financial vulnerability of stars who make big money. a performer made a big bundle and faced paying 80 per cent in he got fran- said Williams. never knew when the money would stop coming in. he looked for ways to keep some of the Williams was speaking of times before the tax was limited to 50 per cent of earn- ed income. the business agents and financial advisers of the stars recommended tax shelters. One of the most attractive of such investments seemed to be the Home Stake Produc- tion Co. of Okla. INPRESSIVE LIST Late last the Home Stake was reported to be an elaborate swindle. Its list of investors included Jack Benny Liza Miiifselli Bob Dylan and Barbra Streisand Most of the victims had never seen the oil wells that were supposed to save their highly taxable earnings. The stars relied on the advice of their investment counsellors. people locked into it even made trips to oil fields in says ballad singer Bobby who invested in Home Stake. independent ac- counting firm made a report on the company. It was a highly sophisticated operation. do you guard against being taken How Everyone believed in was brought into the deal by my Harvard ANDY WILLIAMS educated the fastest brain in the cracked comedienne Phyllis Diller. always investigates all my but this one fooled Miss Diller could joke about the since hers was one of the smaller investments She been ripped off so often in my dressing at in hotels that I ac- tually belong to the Theft of a Month Club. I've lost four fur the last one at a Bever- ly Hills beauty salon. even stole our M-A-S-H star Alan Alda could not view the swindle having dropped -v ELKS PI 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16QAME8 NIW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limn PAYS DOUBLE PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WBBKBND JULY 12th RANCH JULY 13th -RAYMOND CANADIANS' DOWNSTAIRS MNCH too angry to the only words I have are four letter he said. went into the not because it was a speculative but because it was described to me as be- ing extremely safe. I'm really sore going to take me a lot of time to salvage what I've lost. I'll have to work harder now told this was a classical swindle. That doesn't make it any easier. I'm not used to being 'ied except by people I Another comic Buddy also explained how easily show business peo- ple can go astray on investments. my business ad- visers suggest something for me to invest they explain it to me in baby and I go he said. million spent on legal aid EDMONTON ta's legal aid plan spent about million to provide legal counsel for persons dur- ing the 1973 fiscal it was announced Tuesday. About 90 per cent of the cost of the system is repaid to the province by the federal government for work done in criminal cases. Pat director of legal said about was repaid to the plan by those it helped during 1973. The system turned down applications for help from 927 persons during the year. Most were referred to other said Mr. Sommer- vill. Loses baton France Conductor Michel Plasson is so upset at losing his favorite baton that he is offering the thief a free season ticket to concerts by the town orchestra if it is returned. After receiving the audience's applause at the end of a performance of Puccini's Plasson turned to dis- cover that his baton had been stolen from the rostrum. Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE Town Members and Invited Quests ANNUAL LiQION KIDDIES' PICNIC 9AT.. JULY 13.1 P.M. RESEARCH STATION Film-maker uses sister's family for movie TORONTO For tilm-maker Clay the completion of his third One Hand had an added significance. It's the story of his a deaf her husband Marshall Whit- who has 20-per-cent hearing and his own family who have learned to deal with Betty-Ann's handicap. object of the film is to show exactly what it is like to have a deaf mute in the fam- the 24-year-old film- maker said in an interview. The part of a new CBC series called Of All makes no attempt to give medical information or make clinical observations. it shows the lives of the couple who have come to terms with their handicaps. see them at work and at said Mr. Borris. uses sign lan- guage to him and he relates what she is saying. tell us how peaceful it is to be deaf and they come through as people at peace with the world. Both are natu- ral actors because they are used to communicating with the HARD ON PARENTS The film conveys the truth of the experience of but it also contains an impact which troubled some of those close to the young filmmaker. was a little harrowing for my parents being inter- viewed on Mr. Bor- ris recalled my mother saw the film she won- dered if it would be too sad. She is too perhaps. I don't think it will make people Mr Borris's other two films also attempted to make peo- ple aware. The prodigy from Toronto's seamy Cabbagetown area was 18 when he made his first Parliament about three young men in a gang taking revenge on a fourth. once was a member of a gang like Mr. Borris said. aim was to show what it is really like living in that of Toronto. The ac- tors were my guys I had grown up Parliament Street has been shown twice on and he obtained National Film Board backing for his second film. It also resulted in two Canada Council grants enabl- ing Mr. Borris to learn more about film-making. His second Paper was released in 1971 and fea- tured his brother then 12 years m the title role. But this was no heart- warming portrayal of the smiling neighborhood kid showing a spirit of enterprise. This paper boy was con- sumed with anger and cyni- Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 9.00 SUPER COPS- 9-30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW' 9-00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- 7-15 9-15 LAST COMPLETE 9.15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short 9-00 BUTCH 7-10 9'10 LAST COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE LADY KUNG FU. TRIPLE IRON- 11'45 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. GATES OPEN- 9-00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN cism. His route was the ugly rooming houses and bleak apartment the route Mr. Borris once took de- livering newspapers. Producer Ross who gave Mr. Borris the chance to contribute to this once had Don Shebib as a protege. Mr. Shebib's Going Down the Road was voted the best Canadian feature-length film in the national awards of 1970 and he now ranks as one of Canada's most accomplished directors. Says Mr. McLean of Clay Borris. development and prom- ise he now is where Don She- bib was 12 years SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES TABER Tower Theatre TANGO IN in color. Starring Marlon Brando. July 10. Wednesday show at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Extremely coarse PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre GLIDE IN in color. July 10 show at p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. FORT MACLEOD WAY WE in color. Starring Barbara Streisand and Robert Redford. Thurs- day. Friday and July 12 and 13. Wednesday show at p.m. ADULT. SPECIAL PRICES. ALL THEATRES ARE COOL AND COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED paramount cinema TONITE THURS. AT P.M. The story of a young ideal- istic school teacher who takes on the challenge of instructing a class of semi- illiterate Black children in a remote Southern Island. JONVOIGHT ADULT1 CONRACK OnrU.mliliil nun lli'-.'-inri ZQlhCenlurv Foi D'escnis a MARTIN RITT IRVING RflVETCH PRODJCTION PAUL WINFIELD HUME CRONYN J3irccjcd by MflHTIN RITT Produced by MARTIN RITTand HARRIET FRANK JR nege snapping college cinema 20th Ave. Mayor Mayath 328-6300 FONITE THURS. AT P.M. ADULT BUTCH THE KID ARE Just for the Fun of PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS 'BUTCH CASSIDYAND THE SUNDANCE PanaviSiorr Color by b green acres drive-in TONITE thru FRIDAY ADULT-HOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SHE'S THE LETHAL LADY nr i Ul luiiiii i u. TRIPS YOU COLOR V NATIONAl hCTUMS I nnceifl nno KlinG FU' Color A Notional General Pictures Release GATES OPEN P.M.-ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 10 P.M. AND P.M. ADULT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Coirsi The Story of the Two Cops Called Batman and Robin MGM Presents SUrttCOrT Starring MM LEiniM OMB SUIT ;