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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Marlon Brando is accused i of belting photographer NEW YORK (AP) Marlon Brando has been admitted to a Manhattan hospital with a hand infestion about 24 hows after a photographer said the actor htt him on toe jaw. A hospital spokesman said Brando, 49, was admitted Wednesday night and was in satisfactory condition. The photographer, Ronald Ga- lella, said the incident occurred in Chinatown Tuesday night. He eaui he had taken about eight pictures of Brando and tele- vision personality Dick Cavett and had asked Brando to re- move his dark glasses. Cavett's secretary said yesterday 'that the talk show host had confirmed the incident in a conversation with pro- ducer. Last year, the freelance pho- tographer was ordered to keep a specified distance from Jac- queline Kennedy Onassis and her children after a judge ruled in a lawsuit that he "relentlessly invaded" their privacy. Featured THIS WEEK at the VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE 'BARNEY AND THE BEERNUTS' TO HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB SURF 'N TURF NIGHT EVERY FRIDAY THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 15th MUSIC BY "THE NIGHTRIDERS" MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY ALEC HOTEL Presents 'The Linemen1 Thursday, Friday, Saturday Green's Pop Shop Ltd. 544 13th STREET NORTH Open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. POP FOR AS LOW AS A BOTTLE This Week's Specials COCA COLA 1 CANADA DRY DEPOSIT PLUS DEPOSIT WE ARE NOW STOCKED WITH FISHING TACKLE "A Corner Store with Supermarket Prices" SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD" In Techni- color. Starring Don Knotts, Ethel Merman and Buddy Hackett. Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16. Friday one show only at p.m. Family. 'No matinee Saturday FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE HOSPITAL" In color. Starring George C. Scott and Diana Riggs. Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. Special Saturday afternoon matinee. "SNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES" In color. Sat- urday, June 16. Show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FIDDLER ON THE ROOF" In color. Starring Topol. Winner of 8 Academy Awards. Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16. Friday one show only at p.m. Family. No Matinee Saturday. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in "SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHER" In color. Starring James Garner. Plus selected short subjects. Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16. Friday show starts at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "TALES FROM THE CRYPT" In color. Starring Peter Cushing and Joan Collins. Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16. Friday shows al and p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee. "RED TOMAHAWK" In color. Saturday, June 16. Show at p.m. Family. Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E TF circumspect, one may be a courtesan with impun- ity. Lacking discretion in "the handling of an affair leads to the brand of trollop. Poor Lady Caroline Lamb is a woefully incompalent adult- ress. She is mad, mad, mad and her paramour, Lord Byron is bad, bad, bad. It's not that her affair with the limping limpid poet is so disgraceful It's that, in a so- ciety where mistresses manipu- late government, she conducts it with a sad lack of grace. It's a quality, however that is not lacking in the Robert Bolt film biography of this neu- rotic nymph. Pictorially that is. His post-Waterloo canvas is awash with stately homes, sa- lons, parks and follies, so much so that its people are mere cursory brush strokes. Not, though, in the case of stalwarts of stage and scresn recruited for comes perfor- mances. Laurence Olivier, re- joicing in Wellington's nose, Ralp Richardson (George John Mills (Canning) refuse to make their performances per- functory. And Margaret Leigh- ton is a marvellously worldly- wise Lady Melbourne. To these old stagers go Bolt's best epi- grams. With his wife Sarah Miles (Lady Caroline) Bolt is not kind. She is shown neiFner "splendidly happy or splendid- ly More trivial mouse than tragic muse. chin is constantly a-quiv- cr. Her eyes fill and redden. Running as a link-boy or as a ridiculous blackamoor to Bry- ron's pasha the lady is reveal- ed as knock-kneed. Which is all rather funny. And that is the saving grace of this enjoyable film. Much too long, it is gratefully irrev- erant. The makeup saved from Miss Miles pale countenance is plastered on Richard Chamber- lain Adjusting -his curly forelock, mouthing his poems to Mozart, Chamberlain relishes his role. Just as this movie may be relished as melodrama. And Robert Bolt, less than success- ful as director, might better have relinquished also the writing to that Regency buff Georgette Heyer. Miss Heyer would then have cast Caro as one of her second- string heroines, to be saved and spanked by her husband. And history and the movie all the better for it. CHAMBERLAIN: Since hang- ing up his. surgical Kildare whites Richard Chamberlain bas taken to tights with a ven- geance. His next outing will be as Aramis in a re-make of The THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In AZTEC LOUNGE Uptown Country Music by "LANCE RILEY" "KATHY AND THE KOOL-AID KIDS" THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Three Musketeers. And how's this for a high-camp cast; Faye Dunaway (Milady de Win- ter) Raquel Welch (Mme Rom- olieux) Christopher Lee (Roche- for) and, it had to happen, Charlton Heslon as Cardinal Richlieu! KUNG-FUTUREs Looks good for the action movies coming out of Hong-King. Variously described as chop-socky and wonton western by fun-punst- ers, these film-fantasy trips are pure Bottled in Bond. The first to receive major distribu- tion, Five Fingers of Death, is a runaway success. The honor- able art of Kung Fu has been jazzed up in outrageous style with slow motion, shots, quick cuts and suspended flight. The dubbing is atrocious, the lines 'Moral pollution9 groups endorsed DALVAY, P.E.I. (CP) De- spite protests of censorship by some delegates, the Canadian Home and School and Parent- Teacher Federation has en- dorsed the formation of provin- cial committees on "moral pol- lution.' The federation approved the formation of such committees in each province in a reso' ition passed during its annual meet- ing Wednesday. Submitted by the Prince Ed- ward Island delegation, it called for the establishment of "active and forceful' committees to combat objectionable material in the media be it press, radio, TV, theatre or news- stand literature.' The recommendation urged the committees to encourage parents to guide their children and where practical, to initiate actions for the elimina- tion of, or reduction of, these negative influences." The delegation said the move was necessary because the media does not appear ready to censor its own activities or abide by "acknowledged moral standard." GLORIFIES WRONGS "Much of this material wMch is so readily available to chil- dren, is undesirable in that it promotes unacceptable moral codes, suggests violence and brutality, contributes to alcohol and drug abuse, presents por- nography and sex as art forms, and promotes the pursuit of pleasure as the maior goal of the resolution stated. Six of the nine provinces rep- resented at the meeting backed the proposal with dissenting votes from Nova Scotia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. New- foundland is not represented at the meeting. Betty Gordon, president of the Saskatchewan federation, was the most outspoken of the crit- ics. She said the move was an attempt to set up Home and Schol Associations as censor- ship boards. "We are telling people what their moral standards should be V Frontier Room EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL presents "DELICIOUS SPECIALTIES You're So.w to Enjoy" ESCARGOT with GARLIC BUTTER 1.75 FROM OUR CHARCOAL BROILER 7 oz. SIRLOIN 3.75 10 01. SIRLOIN....................... 4.85 8 oz. NEW YORK STRIP 4-ftS 12 oz. NEW YORK STRIP 6.SO 3 FILLET MIGNON 6.5O BARBECUED BACK RIBS, Served with a tangy sauce............................ 4 JW EL RANCHO FRIED CHICKEN DINNER...... 2.70 For a SPECIAL DESSERT made at your tabls BANANA'S FLAMBE (for 2. SO CREPE SUZETTE (for 2) 2-50 CHERRIES JUBILEE (for 2.50 SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU Dancing Every Saturday Evening and I donjt believe this is the right way to approach the sub- she said. Dr. Karl Winter, president of the P.E.I. federation, denied there is any great danger of censorship being established by the motion. GUIDES YOUNGSTERS He said the main thrust of the motion emphasizes positive as- pects such as the counseling of children. "I think when you consider things like deceptive advertis- ing or elimination of por- nography then you can definitely not call that censor- ship in the usual he said. Television programmers re- ceived some bouquets among the brickbats for improvements in both advertising and pro- gramming over the years, but delegates said not enough had been done. They voted to urge the Cana- dian Radio-Television CommiS' sion, television stations, and other "appropriate bodies" to reduce television violence, show more educational programs, and more programs portraying close family ties. One resolution urged tele- vision programmers to in- vestigate the cause of "ex- cessive and gratuitous vio- lence' and replace it with "pro- lence" and replace it with "pro- social material." PUBLIC DECIDES Manitoba delegates told the meeting, however, that individ- ual citizens would have to pro- vide the impetus for changes in television content. Federation past-president V. S. Dotten of Winnipeg said tele- vision stations continually argue that they monitor viewer opin- ions and that a lack of com- plaints indicates viewer accept- ability. "They are set on that one give the people what they want. Its up to us to urge our membership to make their objections he said. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Walking Tall" Last complete show Restricted Adult Saturday Short Subjects "Walking Tall" 710, 925 Last Complete Show Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Lady Caroline Lambe" Last complete show Adult Entertainment COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Five Fingers of Death" Last .Complete Show Adult, Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Cabaret" "Mary Me Marry Me One Complete Show Adult Entertainment Friday, Junt IS, 1973 THI 1ITHMIDOI HHAID if Contraceptives plan killed LONDON (AP) Parliament ended a long, frequently-pas- sionate debate early today by voting 243 to 126 against a plan o provide free contraceptives on demand. Under Britain's subsidized health service, medical treat- ment is free and prescription drugs are supplied for about cents. rysterical but it's guaranteed o lay Tiger Lady in the aisles. If your funny bone has been numbed by the self-indulgences of meaningful directors reacti- vate it by catching this cutie from old Cathay. V WINNING: A television sit- com stud book may be in order to assist viewers in un- angling the bloodlines of en- tries in the spin-off stakes by )roduoer Norman Lear. All in the Family, out of British TV, jroduced that feisty filly Maude. A winner by several lengths in the ratings race, Maude will now be the dam of a new series to be produced next season. This will feature Esther Rollo (Maude's maid) who will remove herself to a Chicago ghetto to raise a fam- ily in the black situation, which should link up to that great two-year-old, also from the Lear stable, Sanford and Son. MEANWHILE: Bea Arthur (Maude) is tied up filming Mame with Lucille Ban. Bill Macy (Walter) has the cover and a story in this week's TV Guide. And Conrad Bain (Arth- ur, formerly of Lethbridge, is in the classiest company of all He is appearing currently as Ily a Telyegin in Chekov's Uncle Vanva. The Mike Nic- hol's production has a lustrous cast (critic's quote) which in- cludes George C. Scott, Lilian Gish, Nicol Williamson, Julie Christie and is scheduled to run at New Yorks Circle in the Square Theatre to July 28. WORKSHOP: The Sunshine Players, an OFY project, will offer a drama workshop late July for 12 to 15-year-olds in .puppets, masks, movement, theatre concepts. Registration is limited to 20 and is being handled at the Bowman Arts Centre. And auditions will be held Tuesday evening at 7 for two one-act plays to be pro- duced by Lethbridge Youth Theatre. This is also at the Bowman and all interested young people are invited to come along. IN TOWN: Wayne and Shus- ter hers Saturday to make big bonhommie Lighthouse at the Exhibition Pavilion Sunday evening Marg Osbornc opening Monday for two weeks at the Miners Library Club and looking forward to August, Marcus Welby's sidekick James Brolin will fly in for the big Appaloosa show. _ To Entertain you this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the YORK HOTEL "CHALLENGE" 5 PIECE GROUP FROM CALGARY GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL DANCE Saturday, June 16th-9 p.m. Music by "WILF BUCHOITZ" from CALGARY and BERLIN MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY Ksbi-Cvlti leaf Iff Urgl Small REAL TREASURE" CAN BE YOURS with wbltt'i DttKt.r SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER ASK HIM AI6UT THE SUflK-SENSlTIVi TRANfMITTMMtCEIVIt Hi liM