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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Israeli company films movie of gangster era HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Hollywood has been worrying about runaway productions U.S. companies shooting all over the world except here. Now there's a new twist a run to production. An (saraeli production company is shooting a movie here. Menhahem Golan is directing the story of Louis Buchalter, the Murder, Inc., badman of the 30s. It stars Tony Curtis as Lepke, with Anjanette Comer and a fine supporting cast. They were shooting in downtown Los Angeles in the Skid Row section. They had taken over a rundown, empty theatre, the Regent, for a key scene It was in a neighborhood of pawn shops, quick lunch stands and cut-rate shoe stores. A few doors away, two L.A cops were relieving an aged wmo of his bottle. Outside the theatre, there were a flock of extras in '30s Paper price rise hinted OTTAWA Trade and Commerce Minister Alastair Gillespie says Canadian paper users will not suffer from shortages of supply. But the prices they will have to pay are a different matter, he added. Gillespie was asked in the Commons by Gordon Fairweather (PC Fundy Royal) what steps he has taken to meet what he called a critical situation facing the publishing industry because of paper shortages and high costs The minister said that he had met with the presidents of the leading paper companies "and I believe the problem of supply has been largely settled in favor of the Canadian user Fairweather, however, noted that there are reports that the price of quality paper will be increased by 12 per cent in April. replied Gillespie, "is a separate question." Lethbridge Federal Progressive Conservative Association DINNER and ANNUAL MEETING EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL TUESDAY, APRIL p.m. (Election of will be held. K TI.L. Tickets Available from Party Members (95 each) ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW S5OO BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WIIKINDINTIRTAINMINT Thursday, March 28th: "METROS" t Friday 29Ut "METROS" n Saturday, March 30th: f Upstairs: "JOHNNY LERNER CAMPBELL COMBO" Dcwnstairs: "BRIDGETOWN TRIO" ORGAN RECITAL Sunday. March 31st. p.m. Christ Trinity Church 41612th St. South "MR. WILFRED WOOLHOUSE" Playing the Newly Installed Conn Organ with Electronic Pipes Guest Soloist "Mr. Walter Goertzen" Come and Enjoy this Fine Concert on this Fabulous CONN CHURCH ORGAN Coffee Fellowship Following Recital FREE WILL OFFERING Tonight thru Saturday outfits all black and menacing playing hoods. They had cornered Lepke in the theatre, where he was watching a Jimmy Cagney movie. Golan explained that he was going to try something new in the scene. The Cagney movie on the screen would be black and white. One of Lepke's boys, on the stage in front of the screen, would be gunned down His red blood would splash up on Cagney's black and white face. Golan was excited about it. It's his first U.S. film. He's a sabra, a native Israeli, and spent his childhood in Tiberias, near the Sea of Galilee. That may sound exotic and romantic and away from it-all, but he says he spent most of his childhood in the local movie house, watching American westerns and gangster pictures. "I always loved he says, "and always wanted to make movies. And I dreamed of someday going to Hollywood." He became one of Israel's top directors, with some 25 pictures to his credit. Most were shot in Israel, but he did a few in Norway, Germany, England This past year, he made which did so well around the world that it gave him the clout he needed so he could come to Hollywood. He says he decided the time had come to make a movie here. But he realized he didn't know enough about current American mores to make a modern American film. Thursday, March LETHBRIDQE HERALD-7 Council to probe complaints about two news stories NEW YORK (AP) The National News Council of the United States has voted to investigate complaints about two articles carried by the New York Times News Service and an ABC-TV documentary. The council, composed of nine public members and six from the news media, was set up last April to study dissemination of news. A number of news organizations, including the New York Times, have said they would not co-operate with the council's inquiries. One complaint against the Conciliation sought in wage issue Will see presentations These nine young Canadians will be on hand when the Academy awards are presented in Hollywood April 12 and they may even get an Oscar them- selves. They wrote and directed a film called 'Life Times Nine' which has been nominated in the short film, live-action category. The youths were 11 to 16 years old when the film was made two years ago. They are, from left, top, Ricky Clark, Kimmie Jensen, Melissa Franklin; middle, Paul Shariro, Jordan Hale, Celia Merkur; bottom, Marilyn Becker, Andrew File and Robi Blumenstein All are from Toronto. LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms March 29th and 30th "Linemen" Members and Their Invited Guests Four to receive top arts award CALGARY (CP) The provincial government was asked today to appoint a conciliation officer to help settle contract talks between city hall and the Calgary Police Association. City labor relations manager Angus MacDonald said both parties agreed to I apply for conciliation in order I to iron out a number of I problems which bilateral talks have been unable to solve. He said city and police representatives have had 16 meetings since Feb 20 when the police put forth a one-year contract proposal calling for a 22-per-cent salary increase and a four-day work week. The police proposal would bring the salary of a first class constable to about a month from Times News Service was referred to the council by Representative John Ashbrook (Rep. He asked that it look into allegations by Graham Martin. United States Ambassador to South Vietnam, that a Feb 25 dispatch by David Shipier "contained numerous inaccuracies and half truths Martin admitted in his complaint, which was originally sent to the state department, that he had refused to meet with Shipier during the preparation of the article The second complaint against the Times News Service was a charge by Accuracy in Media, a private group in Washington, that a Feb 22 report by John Finley on the effects of defoliation in Vietnam jungles was based on a "misleading and inaccurate" report by the National Academy of Sciences Mobil Oil Co was the complainant against ABC-TV, charging that the network's news documentary, Oil The Policy Crisis, was "vicious, inaccurate, irresponsible and shoddily researched paramount cinema NOW SHOWING At p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "NO SEX PLEASE WE'RE BRITISH" in color Starring Ronnie Corbett, Beryl Reid, and Arthur Love. Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, March 28, 29 and 30 Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE THIEF WHO CAME TO DINNER" in color. Starring Ryan O'Neal and Jacqueline Bisset. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 28, 29 and 30. Thursday show at p.m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY" in color. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March and 30 Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "THE CROSS AND THE SWITCHBLADE' in color. Starring Pat Boone and Jackie Firoux. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, March 28, 29 and 30. Thursday shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) The Dipl- ome d'Honneur awarded an- nually by the Canadian Conference of the Arts (CCA) will be given this year to four "champions of the Canadian arts community" during the CCA's annual meeting here next week. The presentations will be made to: Chalmers, director of Maclean-Hunter Ltd., whose Chalmers Foundation has been a major private benefactor of the arts. Rousseau-Ver- mette, internationally-known weaver and tapestry maker, Gov't plan may boost beef price WASHINGTON (AP) United States agriculture department officials admit that government plans to buy worth of high quality hamburger to help prop up cattle prices may boost beef prices at U.S. supermarkets. Department officials said they could not estimate how much the spring beef buying campaign, announced yesterday, might add to consumer meat costs if cattle prices rise as planned. The beef buying was disclosed by Agriculture Secretary Earl Bute at a White House meeting. An official statement later said the meat would be donated to schools. whose theatre curtain for the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington was made as a gift by the Canadian government. W. Ljungh, Swedish- born radio producer, director and actor, now visiting lecturer at the University of Victoria, B.C. Bruhn, Danish-born resident producer of the Na- tional Ballet of Canada whose choreography for Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake has made it the most popular item in the ballet's repertoire. The awards will be presented April 5 by Gov.- Gen. Jules Leger at the conclusion of the CCA's 20th annual meeting, which will include an examination of the arts council's 1973 demands for more support from all levels of government. The 1973 meeting followed a series of regional conferences at which artists of all kinds were asked to state their de- mands and aspirations. The concensus was that artists themselves should have a big- ger say in the direction of artistic organizations, which had been left mainly to arts patrons. As a result, artists have been added to some government advisory groups, such as the federal works department's jury selecting paintings, tapestries and sculptures for new public buildings. Show Tlmos i i i i A STORY FOR EVERY ONE WHO THINKS THEY CAN NEVER FALL IN LOVE AGAIN] Thursday. March 28 PARAMOUNT THEATRE STING 7 00 9 15 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 700915 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7-15 9 20 CINDERELLA LIBERTY. 7 25 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7 10 9 05 CARRY ON ABROAD 7 35 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 05 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT HOW TO SUCCEED BY BEING DIFFERENT! Does your husband fit the text- book description of an up-and- coming executive? Does he put in overtime, take work home, and stick to his desk? Is he fashion- able? Does he think projects through and jump at new re- sponsibilities? Well. then, brace yourself. Perhaps he is on the way up! April Reader's Digest shows you 5 nays to lam failure into success in almost anything you by not follow- ing the traditional rules. Learn how to BE DIFFERENT-AND GET AHEAD! One of 35 articles and features in the April Reader's Digest. At your newsstand today! ICJOBYDElUXI sPMIAVGIOt I L college cinema >TONITE thru SAT. AT P.M. paramount SPECIAL MATINEE FAMILY PROGRAM MATINEES ONLY SAT. AND SUN. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT p.m. DOORS OPEN AT p.m. ABOVE ALL ELSE YOU SHOULD SEE IT George Poburn 1 From Vancouver AT THE MINERS 733-13m SIN. Members invited Guests Only PUBLIC SWIMMING. SKATING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE FAMLY! The most famous children's bookol the last decade- Noon Swim