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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wednesday, May 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 7 My Sweet Charlie Tops Entry List By JERRY BUCK NEW YORK (AP) For (he first time a movie made for tel- e v i s i o n, My Sweet Charlie, swept the nominations for the Emmy awards of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. This past season saw the tele- vision movie move ahead as original drama continued to slump. All three U.S. networks began this season to present Hotel Deal Called Off QUEBEC (CP) Premier- elect Robert Bourassa has re- versed a decision by the outgo- ing Union Nationale government to buy the Queen's Hotel in Montreal for it was announced today. A spokesman for Mr. Bour- assa said civil servants negoti- ating the transfer of ownership have been instructed to suspend talks indefinitely. Purchase of the old downtown hotel for use as a student resi- dence and youth hostel had been authorized by an order-in-coun- cil, adopted by the cabinet be- fore .the Union Nationale was swept out of office in last Wednesday's general election. After the purchase plans were announced, Jean B. St. Pierre, president of the Montreal Real Estate Board, said the hotel had been put up for sale last Sep- tember at a price below and the government was paying too much for it. Detective Cleared LONDON (Reuters) Sgt. Robin Constable, a detective ac- cused by pop-music star Mick Jagger of asking for a bribe to drop drug charges, has been cleared after an investigation ordered by Scotland Yard. The Rolling Stones star was fined and costs in January for possessing marijuana. The investigation of Constable arose out of this case. movies especially made for 111 home screen. My Sweet Charlie, which tol of a white girl and a blac youth on the run, was nom nated as the outstanding dra matic program. Its stars, Patt Duke and Al Freeman Jr., wer nominated for outstanding per formances. The NBC movie, the highes rated of the .season and th fourth biggest ever show on te evision, also received nomina tions for direction, writing, cine- matography, sound mixing an film editing. Only two dramatic specials David Copperfield and A Storm in Summer, were nominated Jane Wagner's J.T., which woi a Peabody Award for televisioi writing, did not receive a singl nomination. Work Force Cut In B.C. Areas VANCOUVER (CP) Mor layoffs were reported Tuesdaj in the British Columbia fores industry as a strike by tugboa men went through its third day MacMillan Bloedel Ltd., B.C siggest forest products com aany, said it has closed, down :ts 300 man KiHmat logging division because there are nc :ugs to move logs, and has laic off 15 men at the company'; Cameron logging division fo the same reason. At Chemainus, on Vancouver Island, the MacMillan Bloede ,vork force has been cut to 2K men from 650. The company said it plans court action against what it called illega picketing by the Canadian Mer chant Service Build, and agains the International Woodworkers if America for refusing to ban die logs. More than 250 IWA members were laid off Monday by othei orest products firms on south :rn Vancouver Island. WORLD'S BIGGEST The world's biggest electron microscope, accelerating its beam with volts, is in operation Jin France. WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS AN EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT featuring Playlets Choral Music Wilson Band In auditorium of Wilson Junior High School WEDNESDAY, MAY 6th P.M. ADMISSION FREE SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO AUNT Starring Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon and Rosemary Forsyth. Wednesday, May 6. p.nv Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "DEATH RIDES A HORSE" in technicolor, starring Lee Van Cleef and John Phillip Law. Wednesday, May 6. Show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "FUNNY GIRL" in technicolor, starring Barbra Streisand. Academy Award winner. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, May 6, 7, 8 and 9. Wednesday show at' p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "HANNIBAL BROOKS" in color, starring Oliver Reed and Michael J. Pollard. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 6, 7 and 8. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Family. Got mora out of lifa Take the family to a movie CARDS FOR THE KINSMEN CLUB OF CALGARY KINGO BINGO GAMES) SATURDAY, MAY 9th CFCN TV P.M. Available at: JOHN BLACK'S MEN'S SAFEWAY STORES SHOP ITD. (North Villas, and STEWART'S lADIK' WEAR LADIES' WEAR I BOVD'S PHARMACY TAMBLYN DRUG WESTMINSTER DRUGS ZEUER'S SINGER SEWING CENTRE DRAFFIN'S DRUGS LAKEVIEW DRUG MEMORIES Actor Glenn Ford and actress Terry Moore look at prop which was used in a Ford film, "The fa..r Hors.i.en of during a premiere of a half cen- tury of MGM memorabilia on the MGM sound stages. Acfuai auction of props and cos.- tumes from MGM's past will begin May 3. event was sponsored by a local chapter of the American Institute of Interior Designers, with the purpose of raising money'to get a start on a governor's mansion for California. Defends White Paper CALGARY (CP) Nick Tay- or, an unsuccessful Liberal can- didate in the last federal elec- ion. said here the white paper on taxation has been overly cri- icized for proposing to help the rich. "It's time to gat out of the ild Christian ethic to punish the rich." He told a service club about people in higher income irackets would benefit from the axation proposals but encour- agement for1 them would pro- duce more for the economy han could higher taxation of the group. NCENTIVE SEEN The proposals would also en- 'ourage Canadians to partici- pate more in their economy and let as an incentive to foreign- companies to sell shares in Canada. If businessmen invest in any ndustry other than their own md sustain losses, they would te allowed to subtract those osses fr'om their other income. they can only subtract osses from the business they're 11. "There is also an incentive or foreign companies to offer a much greater portion of their jares to Canadians in order to e classified as a widely held ompany and thus become elig- >le for a lower tax rate." Much of the criticism of the 'hite paper was based on the ear its proposals would kill en- erprise. "I just don't see it. It (the ear) always seems to be voiced professor Dies At Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) Sid- ey S. Spaner, clinical profes- or of psychiatry at the Uni- ersity of Alberta and at one ime the .university's one man' syc hi a t r y department, died in hospital. He was 56. Dr. Spaner had suffered re- urring illness for seveial years ut remained active and Sun- ay covered the city's 25-mile larch for millions walk. Dr. Keith A. -Yonge, current ead of psychiatry at the Uni- ersity Hospital said Dr. Span- r was a popular teacher in the epartment and considered by s colleagues as a prominent sychiatrist. NAME GIVEAWAY TUNBRIDGE WELLS, Eng- nd (CP) Lunch counter wner Trevor Carter, 20, opened bank account using the name R. Aud. He ended up in court rarged with fraud. He said he ot the idea from a friend who used the name S. W. Indie. Today's Showtimes Savage Last complete PARAMOUNT Short Last complete PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, I Short Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Happy Short Last complete GREEN ACRES They Came to Rob Las Once You Kiss a Stranger One complete by some professional employee. "The professional managing class stands to suffer more than anyone else, and course that is as-it should be. They have had more power in the last 40 years-to change the laws to their advantage." PHom7HOO noiifc ill REEN ACRES DKIVC-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY LAST TIME TONIGHT 'THEY CAME TO ROB I YOU KISS LAS VEGAS" I A STRANGER" In Color I In Color ELKE SOHMER LEE J. COBB I PAUL BURKE CAROL LYNLEY THURS.-FRI. end SAT. j THIS PICTURE IAS A MESSAGE: "Watch 20lh Century-Fox presents ElOO RIFLES MARVIN SCHWARTZ Production JIM RAQUEL BROWN WELCH MH-COIOII ADULT HIT "The Day The Fish Came Out" NO- 2 TOM COURTNEY CANDICE BERGEN I STARTS TOMORROW OLLEGE INEMA COLLEGE MALI 328-6300 Winner of 3 Academy Awards 1. BEST PICTURE 2. BEST DIRECTION 3. BEST SCREENPLAY NOTE DOORS OPEN AT P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT A JEROME HELLMAJMOHN SCHUSINGER PRODUCTION DUSHN HOFFMAN JONVOK3HT BKENDA VACCARO JOHN McGIVER RUTH WHITE SYLVIA MILES BARNARD HUGHES flawnpliy by WALDO SALT BwrfmUwnowlfcyJAMESLfeOHERLIHY ftatadbyJEnOMEHEUJlUN DincMbyJOHNSCHlESINGER MakSuptrAhnbyJOHNBARRY nmm ncrwc KOBE M UHTTCT Amn HCWM COLORtyDeLiHfl i SECOND FEATURE RESTRICTED ADULT now 708 can SEE anything ytn want ALICE'S RESTAURANT" JRLOGUTHRIE COLOR by Deluxe Umttd Arlisll Cable Television Plan Authorized EDMONTON (CP) City council has authorized forma- tion of a publicly-owned com- pany to operate cable televi- sion in Edmonton. The action is a followup to a city brief to the Canadian Radio Television Commission seeking permission to establish a cable TV system. The company, to be com- prised of private shareholders, is viewed as an attempt by the city to produce an application which would be more accept- able to the CRTC than a city- operated system. The commis- sion has granted few licences to any level of government. Utilities commissioner Stan- ley Hampton said that city- owned Edmonton Telephones would build a coaxial cable Would Ditch Flag WELLINGTON, N.Z. (Reu- ters) The Labor party, New Zealand's opposition party, ap- proved Tuesday a resolution asking that the present flag, bearing the Union Jack, and the British anthem God Save the Queen be replaced with a na- tional flag and anthem. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th SI. S. Above National Store Phono 327-7244 Lethbrldgl ROSS HO5AK, C.D.M. system and the proposed com- pany, called Crossroads Televi- sion, would rent it. Financing would come from sale of shares, but no one group or individual would be permitted to own more than a small number. The application is expected to be heard before the CRTC at hearings May 26 in Calgary. Edmonton Pays For Law Suit E D M 0 N TON (CP) City commission board yesterday authorized payment ordered by the Supreme Court of Canada to Webb and Knapp Canada Ltd. The payment, dam- ages plus for legal fees, was for breach of copyright of a 1962 civic centre development plan prepared by the company. The supreme court decision reversed a ruling last year by the appellate division of the Al- berta Supreme Court in which the company's claims were dis- missed. IgiWJuMllilill TONIGHT thru SAT. Just for the fun of it go see this Picture It will tear you up It's a MUST! 2 Shows at and p.m. is what the new freedom 2 of the screen RESTRICTED A is all about. ADUIT AnlnjoPremingerProduclion DONALD SUTHERLAND ELLIOTT GOULD-TOM SKERRin Color by PANAVISION" WARNING film' contains sequences of gory surgical Hons." Now Showing At p.m. a simple story about a man and a woman, m and a woman and a woman .and a woman indawoman end a woman indawoman and a woman? Restricted Adult 18 years and aver eyou99 L ANNOUNCING THE SACK Of ROME! Sjiriflfl ___ lANKHANE-ANNACALDER-MARSHALl-JOIiNGAmvSEVERNDAROEN-MEVAPAlN wiartWhROD Added Extra Colored Cartoon Featurette Starts TOMORROW JOHN WAYNE -BEST ACTOR IN 2 OF HIS MOST ACTION PACKED AND EXCITEMENT FILLED ROLES -JOHN GLEN KIM WAYNE CAMPBELL DARBY Tfit trio to track a kilUr, A ftatlcis, one-eyed U.S. morihal wfio never knew a dry doy in hit i a Texas ranger thinly for bounty end a girt itlll wet behind iht tan who didn't can what ihty wtrt cr who they weriai longai tlnxhodlrngril. FAMILY "TRUE at "ELDORADO" at msmm m ;