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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 'That's Entertainment9 hot dogs to posterity HOLLYWOOD That's the big MGM rehash of its great film is doing so well at the box office that it may bring back musicals It was written produced and directed by Jack Haley Jr the son of the great film comic among other fine for his role as The Tin Man in Wizard of Oz He has come OOREENR O'NEILL Daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh O'Neill of Leth- bndge was a re- cent graduate from the University of B C with a Masters Degree in Social Work into his own with the film For he was known as a fine hand with a documentary with Enter- Haley is recogniz- ed as a major new creative force in the industry rekindled interest in musicals he says I know of several studios that have plans for musicals under way It seems to appeal to a wide audience from teen-agers to people in their 80s His plans to do a TV documentary about the JACK HALEY JR HARDLITE LENSES For everyone who wears glasses Available in ALL prescriptions These Hardlite lenses are Shatterproof and backed by a S5 000 00 warranty against eyg injury Half the weight of ordinary glasses Available in a variety of styles shapes and tints P-otective lenses are law in some countries advisable everywhere OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. ST. S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3809 late Samuel Goldwyn and his tilms Then he hopes to go back to makmg although there is some pressure from MGM for him to do a sequel to Entertainment enough material he me to do 10 more To put the first one together took a lot of work and a lot of time and a lot of hot dogs His M 0 was to invite friends over to his house every Friday and Saturday night He'd screen a double-feature of MGM musicals both serving chile and hot dogs He saw some 200 films And his friends ate how much of this fare without rebelling' But that s another Hollywood legend in the making Many films he had to see over and over as he searched for a particular scene he knew was in one of them somewhere Then he had to get the narrators Fred Bing Gene Peter Liza Donald Debbie Mickey Frank James Stewart and Elizabeth Taylor and film their mtros and commen- taries It wasn't easy Liz Taylor was the toughest to pin down but he finally nail- ed her m Rome Haley her then Richard got m the wondering how much she was going to be paid I narrated a 15-second spot Burton said just when things were about to be got How much will you pay Eliza- beth'7 Haley with an apologetic smile that he was prepared to pay about the rate for a day plaver He says he had to talk fast and persuasively to get Burton who was m one of his protec- tive to let Liz do it 'That's Entertainment grew out of a documentary he did for his old friend and ex- bachelor around town bud dy David Wolper It was call- ed 'Hollywood and the and was a series about the old Hollywood One episode was about musicals Retarded man plays Chopin Robert a mentally-retarded patient at Fairview State Hospital m Costa sits at the piano playing Chopin and Bach. He is blind m one eye and his hearing is but hospital officials report he has unusual talent and loves the piano He's been a patient 46 years. Could be box office success Eskimos star in movie OTTAWA The White a film starring three U S actors and a host of Eskimos speaking their own language had its Canadian premiere here and audience reaction indicated it could be a box office success About half the dialogue of the film adaptation of James Houston's book about the Canadian Arctic is in Eskimo with a minimum of English sub titles But those titles and the dialogue of Warren Gates Timothy Bottoms and Lou the three U S is enough to carry an audience through dramatic story filmed in spectacular living color on FAIRBANKS YELLOWKNIFE i FORT McMURRAY MAIN ROUTE CONNECTING CARRIERS MONTREAL DAWSON CREEK PRINCE GEORGE PRINCE RUPERT TORONTO BUFFALO TO U.S.A. MORE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD LEAVE THE CAR AT HOME AND GO WITH US ON THE GREYHOUND BUS. 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SUPER INFORMATION SERVICE 327-1551 Greyhound the super travel value Baffin Island in the high Arc- tic While Bottoms and Gossett got top billing m the Paramount the success of the film is assured by the particularly Joanasie Salomonie and Ann both of Baffin Island COST MILLION Philip director of the 9 million said the Eskimos are absolutely brilliant He said he told Prime Minister who attended the premier with Mrs that the government should promote Eskimo dramatics are natural actors The White Dawn is a which Mr Houston says is mostly true of three New England whalers marooned on Baffin Island in the last century They are rescued by Eskimos and live with them Eut they so disrupt the lives of their rescuers that the Eskimos have to kill them Houston heard the story during his 12 years on Baffin Island as a government agent He turned it into a best selling novel that now has had 26 different editions in 19 languages Now living m New he helped in the film adaption and in recruiting the Eskimos OPENED IN U.S. Mr Kaufman said the film opened in several U S cities this week He said it got mixed reviews in New York and rave reviews elsewhere Mrs Hanson has been active in Eskimos affairs in the North for some time She founded a newspaper in Frobisher Bay and wrote and broadcast for the CBC Her great grandparents were related to the camp chief who adopted the three whalers Albertans receive CC grants OTTAWA The Can- ada Council announced Friday it has awarded in grants to artists to help them early in their careers The awards will allow 108 chosen through a com- to do free work or ad- vanced the council said Forty-four of the awards worth a maximum of went to persons in the visual 19 to five to 23 to seven to photographers and eight to persons involved in theatre arts One architect received an award Required personnel for truck equipment shop. 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Apply to Box Lethbridge Herald NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE 1974 PARKING PERMITS FOR THE HANDICAPPED Applications for parking permits for the handicapped are now available at the En- gineering City Hall. 1973 permits will not be valid after August 1974 Controversy helps get art collection New York Times Service TORONTO A municipal controversy over the purchase of a work by Henry the crowding of the fate Gallery in London and an opportune visit here by the British sculptor have combined to bring Toronto a bonus the largest collection of Moore's work the Western Hemisphere Moore is donating the works more than 200 to a new 7 million art gallery that is being made ready to display them A valuation of million has been put on th4 gift by Alan the young Canadian art scholar chosen as curator of the collection Another gallery official called the Moore contribution to Toronto one of the great events in the modern history of art The exact number and selection of Moore's creations to be kept in the gallery is still being worked out by the sculptor and who met the artist while doing research for a doctoral thesis on the sculptor s work Definitely included are 18 41 original plasters and up to 200 lithographs and etchings Also included will be a selection of the shells and pebbles whose natural shapes suggested the contours of much of Moore's more recent creations tfiese in the artist's working model and final casting the viewer will have the whole story of a Moore creation from inspiration to finished Wilkinson said The Moore collection will be a central feature of the Art Gallery of Ontario to be formally opened on Oct 26 with Moore present The sculpture will have a worthy setting Further additions to the gallery bringing the total cost to million and providing 265 000 square feet of usable space will make the Toronto institution of the five or six largest art centers in North said William J the director Moore unintentionally spurred the according J D president of the gallery Prince Charles romance rumors 'denied again9 LONDON Lady Jane 23-year-old daughter of the Duke of had lunch today with the bringing further denials of a romance between her and Prince Charles A spokesman for the duke said the rumors have truth whatsoever Buckingham Palace said of the lunch two families are old friends The occasion was the open- ing of a game fair at the duke's country estate near 40 miles west of Lon- don The Queen and her husband Prince along with their two younger Princes Andrew and were welcomed to the fair by the duke and duchess ard their five children heir to the throne missed the lunch He is serving as a lieutenant in the Royal Navy aboard the frigate now on exer cises off the Scottish coast Speculation of a romance between Charles and Jane flared last year after two were seen frequenth together The pair went or vacation to the duke s estati in Spain but rumors o romance were denied INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th S Phone 327-1541 WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Made of IRON Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITfcD NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 is Our CALIFORNIA-DISNEYLAND SEE Disneyland Los Angeles San Francisco Las Vegas San Diego Tijuana Salt Lake City Great Falls Etc INCLUDES Transportation Nightly Accoino dation Tours of San Francisco and Los Angeles Las Vegas Bonus Hi Neighbour Party much more DEPARTS Sept 7 Oct 5th Escorted 15 Fun-Filled Days ARIZONA CALIFORNIA Departing Nov 2nd from TRANS CANADA MARITIMES 28 Days Departing Aug 31 to illness a few seats now from from from 279 299 709 for BROCHURE Call Call Opiralor Ask for Zinilh 06061 207 Knsgi Bldg. 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