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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, June 6, 1974 Lack drive says producer Canadian moviemakers criticized ELECT BESSIE ANNAND NDP on July 8 OPEN HOUSE The Lethbridge NDP announce the opening of the Bessie Annend Campaign Headquarters 612 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge (Above the Rwtaurinl) Phones: 327-7687 and 327-7893 on THURSDAY, JUNE 6th We extend you a warm invitation to visit the committee rooms and meet Bessie Annand this Thursday between the hours of p.m. and p.m. (This ad sponsored by Lethbridge Metro NDP) TONIGHT At the Holiday Inn Theatre The Inn Crowd in association with the Holiday Inn at the Holiday Inn Theatre Present CHAUCER'S A Hilarious Musical Comedy Bar Service from p.m. Show starts at p.m. For generations the Russians made a vodka from potato spirits. Now, we introduce to Canada a vodka which is a delicate blend of fine grain and potato spirits. ROSTOV VODKA TORONTO (CP) Canadian moviemakers don't have enough Jewish term for gall or Norman Jewison, a world-renowned producer-director, said Wednesday. "I'm getting angry at the way we lose native he said in an interview. "It's time we became more, aggressive hustlers. "To pick up a piece of the action in the international movie of the world's riskiest floating crap Canadians have to push a lot harder." Mr. Jewison's production of Fiddler on the Roof grossed million and his Jesus Christ Superstar is expected to earn million for its Hollywood backers. He made three proposals to help build Canada's film in- dustry. He suggested the federal government freeze 10 per cent of all the revenue that Hollywood producers gross when showing their American films in Canadian theatres. "To get their frozen cash back, they'd then be compelled to shoot their next picture in Mr. Jewison said. "It wouldn't have to deal with a Canadian subject. Nor would it have to star Canadian actors. But it would give much-needed experience to Canadian technicians behind the camera." He also proposed the federal government offer tax incentives or subsidies to attract foreign filmakers and 'Canadian cities become more aggressive in attracting United States film com- panies. Mr. Jewison, 48, was in To- ronto to attend a reunion at Victoria College, University of Toronto, and receive an .honorary doctor of laws degree at the University of Western Ontario at London, Ont. TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE DRAMA: Legend of the Lost, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. Three adventurers search for a lost city in the Sahara. John Wayne, Sophia Loren, Rossano Brazzi. 1957, 2 hours. COMEDY-DRAMA MOVIE: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, 7 p.m., Ch. 9. Story about a vain, eccentric schoolteacher in the Scotland of the 1930s. Maggie Smith won an 'Oscar for her portrayal of Jean Brodie. Robert Stephens. hours. CRIME DRAMA MOVIE: Chant of Silence, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A skyjacker poses as an initiate at a Catholic monastery. Steve Forrest. 1973. 90 min. MOVIE DRAMA: Reflections in a Golden Eye, p.m., Ch. 11. Story of sexual turmoil in the peacetime U.S. army. Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando 1967, 2 hours, 10 min. MUSICAL MOVIE: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Jazz opera uses music to depict the problems of young love. Catherine Deneuve. French, 1964, 2 hours. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: One Desire, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Gambling girl tries to become respectable. Anne Baxter, Rock Hudson. 1955, 90 min. 'Hat artist wins prize WINNIPEG (CP) Two Alberta artists are among major prize winners at an art show organized by the Red River Exhibition for display June 15 to July 31 at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Maureen Enns of Calgary won an award for her two entries, while an entry by Joan Van Belkum of Medicine Hat captured another top prize. Back in show biz Fred Astaire is back in show business at the age of 75 portraying a con man who dates Jennifer Jones with whom he's shown, in "The Towering Inferno." He says "the main thing I want to do is make good not letting anyone down." Pre-trial date set for Sinatra case LOS ANGELES (AP) A July 15 pretrial hearing is scheduled in the suit of a Salt Lake City insurance man who contends that singer Frank Sinatra's friends beat him up. Frank Weinstock has sued Sinatra and others for million in damages over an incident he says took place May at a hotel in Palm Springs. Weinstock says a member of the singer's party made advances to his wife, Connie, on behalf of the singer. Weinstock claims that when he objected, an argument ensued. Weinstock says Sinatra then snapped his fingers and said, "OK, after which about 10 persons administered a beating to the insurance man. Judge Manuel Real has denied motions of Sinatra's lawyers to dismiss the suit and recently set the pretrial date. TONIGHT FACTORY MADE FURNITURE DISPOSAL SALE Commencing p.m. AT THE Auction Block 2508-2nd Ave. North Lethbridge LicenM 077855 John Berezay. Auctioneer, Lie. No. 067449 LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION Saturday, Juno 89 9 p.m. Doors Open ADVANCE TICKETS MurtcUmd, Drug Mart Tickets atoo at d oor SPECIAL GUESTS 'MACLIAN ft MACUAN" CLAIMS RECORD LIVERPOOL, England (AP) Comedian Ken Dodd claimed a world record yesterday for performing non- stop for three hours, seven minutes and 30 seconds at the Royal Court Theatre. Dodd told jokes during the performance. Chain plans to build new stores CALGARY (CP) A major American food-and-drug-store chain will locate in Calgary within the next few months and plans to build 12 stores in Calgary and Edmonton in the next three years, officials of the chain said Wednesday. The chain, Skaggs- Albertson's Inc., is a joint venture between Skaggs, Inc., a drug-store chain based in Salt Lake City, Utah, which operates in 17 states, and Albertson's Inc., a food-store chain operating in 11 western states with headquarters in Boise, Idaho. Skaggs-Albertson's has been looking at entering the Canadian market for several years, Dean Tibbott, Albertson's real estate director said. Calgary would be the first Skaggs- Albertson's operation in Canada. Murray Craig, real estate manager for the chain in Alberta, said negotiations are under way for the first Skaggs-Albertson's site in Calgary. Veteran actor dies at 66 LOS ANGELES (AP) Elliot Sullivan, 66, an expatriate American actor who was acquitted in 1961 of contempt of Congress after refusing to answer questions before the House of Representatives Un-Ameri- can Activities Committee in 1955, died yesterday. He suffered a heart attack while, on a visit here from England. Sullivan had worked in En- rope since 1962. He had a minor role in the current film version of The Great Gatsby. CANADA DRY'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stat- ions. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. CHEC 1090 MONDAY thru FRIDAY Farms News News. Wthr.. Sport Checline News Grain Prices News, Wthr. Sports CJOC 1220 Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six News, Wthr., Sports Hour of Information News and Grain Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY a.m. Don McMaster p.m. Concie's Carousel p.m. Don McMaster p.m. Del Kint Midnight Concert Overtures and Enco; Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 THURSDAY As It Happens Themes and Variations News From the Capitals Five Nights A Week Music and Opinion The Inner Ear FRIDAY Warm-Ups 6-05 Calgary Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener World at Nine Time Signal Radio Noon Stock Market School Broadcast Max Ferguson 4 00 BBC News World at Six CANADA f DRY Look under Bottte Cap Liners and 0 Hollywood Squares O News 0 Password 0 Lucy 0 News 0 News O News 0 Mews 0 News O Waltons 0 Movie: Legend of the Lost 0 Truth or Consequences 0 Beat the Clock O Movie: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie 0 Chopper One 0 New Temperatures Rising 0 SanfortJ and Son 0 Firehouse 0 Kung Ku 0 Ironside 0 Sooth Seas 0 Ceilidh 0 Billy Graham 0 Movie: Ctert of Silence 0 Hawaii Five-O O Ironside 10-00 0 Streets of San Francisco 0News 8 News O TOTight Show 0 Maude 0 Movie: Reflections in a Golden Eye News 0News 0P.M. 0News 0 Movie: Umbrellas of Chefburg 0 Merv Griffin O O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 O O Ed Allen Romper Room Gambit This Week Polka Dot Door Now Your See It Parlons Francais Access Mon Ami 'Friendly Giant Hollywood Squares Jack LaLanne Lifestyle Canadian Schools Jackpot Young and Restless Mr. Dress Vp Let's Make A Deal Celebrity Sweepstakes Fred Davis Show All My Children Jeopardy Galloping Gourmet As the World Turns Lets Make A Deal Buckshot Uncle Bobby Newlywcd Game Days of Our Lives Brat the dock 0 0 O 0 0 0 7 00 0 Friday Morntag Thought for the Day University of the Air Understanding Our World 0 11 :00 0 0 O 0 12 00 0 0 0 O 0 0News QTtie Doctors One Desire 0 Let's Make A Deal 0 General Hospital O Another World 1 .30 0 General Hospital 0 One Life 10 Live O Malch Gamp 0 Onr Town 0 JlO.fltKI Pyramid O TattJetalcs 0 Somerset O Mike Donclas O Dinah's Plarr 0 THirty From Salute to Agrirnllure farm News til the Kitchen Canada AM Today Show Captain Kangaroo Wizard erf Oz Farm and City Pmocdrio News Today in Montana 0 Three On A Match 3-30 0 Kdge fit NigM 0 Girl !n My Life 0 What's the Good Word 4: '00 0 Family Court 0 Split Second O Jffttr's Wild 0 Anything You Can Do Bagatelle O News 0 Mod Squad 0 Rradv Btmcb ;