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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Pampered movie stars By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD hit there in far from the folks have the dea that the movie glamor are dainty who pend their days reclining on heir chaise polishing heir nails and drinking ANNE FRANCIS champagne all day. There may be a few loungers in the crowd but not many. Today's Hollywood glamor puss is generally a pretty active creature. The only nails she polishes are of the 10 penny kind. She would rather build chaise lounges than lie on them. GIVES EXAMPLE for Anne Francis. She's as beautiful as a girl can be but she's as dainty and helpless as an oak tree. She's both mother and father to her two daughters and she runs the house single- handed. really play she says. like to do things we can do well. With it's doing things. I like to stay busy when I'm not acting Makes me feel life is worthwhile So she does things like cut down limbs of trees around the house. She paints furniture. Her next project is to take a lock because she snapped a key off in the lock and half of it is still trapped inside. I want to study auto mechanics and she says. are such mysteries. You are at the mercy of the repairmen. I haven't had time yet but I will learn those things before I leave this Anne has two daughters. Janie is 12 and Maggie is 4. ANGLO Turntables at lower prices 419 5th Street S. Maggie is with Anne being one of the first single female parents to be allowed to adopt a child in California. Janie's big love now is her Beany. When Janie goes to the stable to ride Anne goes along and takes a long walk three miles or so which she says is great for keeping in shape. Anne says she doesn't date very much nowadays. She has many but who gets me she not looking. It's the same with acting parts I'm not looking. It only takes one of The part will come along. So will the VERY BUSY She's been very doing mostly TV guest shots. She says there isn't as much money in the guest star trade as there used to be. For a long after her Honey West series she said she'd never do another one. But now she thinks she might a mini- perhaps. Anne says the Honey West books are still with her picture on the front cover. She thinks she should get some money out of but she and she says she can't find a lawyer who cares. after she masters auto mechanics and she can study law. With anything is possible. Suggests promotions be shared HALIFAX The Montreal Olympics and United States bicentennial celebrations in 1976 should be promoted jointly as the first step in the pooling of Canadian and U.S. tourism promotional C. Langhorne U.S. assistant secretary of commerce for said Monday. Addressing the Travel In- dustry Association of Mr. Washburn said he first made the proposal two years ago without success. Since the Olympic Games are of relatively short many international visitors should be convinced to extend their trip to include other parts of Canada and the he said. PRINTERS END STRIKE Iceland The seven-week printers' strike that closed Reykjavik's five daily newspapers and its publishing industry is over. A tentative agreement reached Thursday gives pay increases of up to 35 per cent in a two- year period. A Raunchy Musical Farce at the Holiday Inn CHAUCER'S THIS WEDNESDAY THURSDAY May 15 and 16 Two Shows Nightly at p.m. Bar Open front Featuring Lethbridge Musical Theatre SHEILA PISKO as the Widow of Bath RAY MERCER as the Bawdy Miller Produced by DICK MELLS Cover only .50 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON-Mayfair Theatre GARRET AND BILLY THE in color. May 14 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT FORT MACLEOD-Emprese Theatre A in color. May 14 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Do not attend If you may be offended by the subject matter of this film. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre CANDY in color. May 14 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER-Tower Theatre in color. Starring Gene Hackman and Al Pachino. May 14 shows at and D.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Royal art up for sale Canadian sketch scenes by princess to be sold LONDON Watercolor sketches of Canadian scenes done by Princess Louise when her the Marquis of was governor-general are to be sold by Southeby's here Tuesday. The 20 lots each consisting of a batch of four or six will be sold at Sotheby's branch in fashionable Belgravia which handles the firm's booming trade in Victoriana. The who inherited the lives in England but wishes to remain anonymous A spokesman for Sotheby's said initial estimates range from to for the various which will be on view about a week before the sale. Princess after whom Lake Louise was was the sixth child of Queen Victoria. In 1871 she married Marquis of who was appointed Canada's fourth governor- general in 1878. FORMS RECORD In common with many aristocratic Victorian the princess was a talented amateur painter and the collection of pen-and-ink and watercolor sketches being sold at Sotheby's forms a record of her travels in Canada. Areas depicted include Ot- Quebec the St. the Rock- parts of British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. There are also sketches of Canadian flowers and animals. Later artistic activities of Princess Louise on her return Policemen join streaker parade R.I. A Portsmouth motel owner says a group of Boston police- men ran naked through his Ramada Inn night club and took part in a disturbance that resulted in about damage. Peter Stilphen said about two dozen of the 100 Boston policemen staying at the mo- tel Friday took part in the alleged incidents. The po- licemen came here to march in a police parade Saturday. Jean motel man- said she called local po- lice twice and state police but no arrests were made. A spokesman for the Boston police department said Mon- day the department is looking into the matter. Mrs. Lawler said at least a half-dozen policemen stripped at the side of the motel's swimming pool within sight of the night club audience and jumped in. Other police ran naked through the night with some climbing onto the stage and others jumping on Mrs. Lawler and Stil- phen said. EXPOSURE' Three or four naked police- men also came in and stood in the motel lobby at the front Mrs. Lawler said. not that's indecent Mrs. Lawler said some of the police arrived at the mo- tel that afternoon drunk and continued drinking through the night. Pictures and other motel property were tossed out of second-storey windows and firecrackers were set off in Stilphen said. Insulation was ripped from the ceilings and a security camera was torn from its Mrs. Lawler said. A li- quor cabinet in the night club was broken and some liquor was she added. to England included designing the memorial in St. Paul's Cathedral to Canadian soldiers who died in the Boer War of 1899-1901. Works by an earlier royal artist to visit Canada are also in the May 14 sale. They are two watercolors of the St. Lawrence and one of Spencer painted in 1839 by Princess Elizabeth of daughter of King George III. Ballet faced with problem WASHINGTON Members of the -Royal Wjnnipeg Ballet who were born in the United States might face stiff penalties if they try to use their Ameri- can passports to enter a state department official in- dicated Monday. they would face no problem if they entered Cuba under sorre form of group visa which would not require use of their the official added. The 41-member of which are U.S. perform in Havana June 10 as part of a Latin American tour. Cuba will give them a visa on some other piece of the official said in referring to the use of U.S. passports. If Americans try to use their passports in a country not recognized by the they might be liable to a charge of false use of this document which would result in fines of up to or a maximum jail sentence of five years. FORCE EXTENSIVE Some Mounties now enforce federal laws in Canada. Glamor and bite best film sellers HOLLYWOOD There are two big bestsellers at the moment. Each will make a big movie. But each has tremendous problems inherent in translating them from the printed page to film. The two are Peter Benchley's the story of a great white shark which terrorizes a Long Island beach and Irving Wallace's Fan a tale of four kooks who kidnap the movies' top sex symbol for their own pleasure. is tough because it isn't easy to take pictures of a shark eating Fan present a different problem. By its very it's a sexy theme. It should be an X-rated film but it also should be a big one. MUST CHOOSE And not many X-rated films are bijg so the producers will have to make a choice do it or fudge a bit to play to the box office. Peter who wrote tells me that they are currently shooting the shark sequences off the Australian coast. He says they found plenty of great whites but none as big as the monster he tells about in his book To compensate for the lack of size they've resorted to some cinema trickery. For the big scene an ichthyologist is in a under to get a closer look they used a midget in a small cage beneath a small so they would all look full size next to the relatively small shark. has been a bonanza to Benchley. He says he just had a big thrill writing a check for to pay his income tax. he had been on the receiving end of some even bigger checks the paperback sale was and the movie sale was Casting for is still being done. Benchley says it looks like Sterling Hayden will play the Roy Scheider the police chief and Richard Dreyfus the ichthyologist. Benchley wrote three drafts of the screenplay and it is close to the production. But as is his has had nothing to do with the movie version of Fan except to sell it for another whopping sum. Columbia bought the rights and it's their problem now. HELD TALKS They did talk to him about casting. Wallace says he had a long talk with producer Lawrence Gordon on the subject. He doesn't want a feeling that it would be hard for the audience to accept anyone but a major star or a complete unknown in the part of the biggest star of all. He believes the movie of Fan if it is done can be a milestone for movies. can open up the whole glamor thing in he has disappeared. If it succeeds it will bring back women in movies this is a man's town He thinks that only two actresses of any repute around today could play his sexport Sharon Fields. The two are Candy Bergen and Jacqueline Bisset. But he really would prefer to see a complete unknown in the role. Walkout of producers at CBC radio continues MONTREAL More than 70 CBC radio producers remained off the job for a seventh day today in a dispute management over jurisdiction of program content. Talks were held today be- tween CBC management and representatives of the producers based in Quebec City and Chicoutimi but there was little indication of progress towards a settlement. The week-long walkout has forced cancellation of all lo- cally-produced programs on CBC's 17 radio outlets in Que- bec as stations replaced live programs with pre-recorded music. newscasts have not been affected since the producers are not needed for their broadcast. The dispute started when management fired freelance journalist Jacques Tremblay for what the CBC felt was a one-sided report on the union at strike-bound United Aircraft of Canada Ltd. plants in nearby Longueuil. The journalist was later rehired on the basis that he would do a follow-up Show Times Familiar in TV pil program presenting the company but the producers argued that man- agement had bypassed them in dealing with the matter. Stanfield making promises SAULT STE. Ont. Progressive Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield said here he will subject every rew federal program to inflation if he becomes prime minister. new program must be subjected to this one question' Will this if contribute to Mr. Stanfield was speaking at a news conference during a meeting of party supporters. The federal Tory leader said he regards high government spending as a significant contributor to Canada's inflation problem. paramount TOMTEmdNED. AduHNotSuttabto Foe Cnlwrtn COCTM May SADDLES paramount cinema TONiTE and WED. Adult Not Suitable For Children COARSE LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT COURSE LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT JACK NICHOLSON uTHK LAST i DETAIL college cinema RESTRICTED ADULT TONITE and WED COARSE LANGUAGE AND FRANK TREATMENT OF ADULT SEXUALITY MAY BE OBJECTIONABLE TO SOME stars appearing ot show series college cinema May 14 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects. 7.00 9 10 BLAZING SADDLES. 7.35 9.45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- 9-10 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short 7-20 9-20 LAST DETAIL. 7 35 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA LAST TANGO IN PARIS' 7'00 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS RESTRICTED ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE TALES THAT WITNESS MADNESS. 9-15 FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET 11-05 ONE COMPLETE SHOW- GATES OPEN- a-45 RESTRICTED ADULT By JERRY BUCK LOS ANGELES A lot of familiar faces are ap- pearing in pilots this season. Since the debacle a few years ago of signing a num- ber of movie stars directly for series and seeing them all the networks rarely take chances these days. Even stars who have car- ried previous series for years have to go through the proc- ess of making a pilot for a nsw show and having it tested on the air. There of another consideration. With the lure of a the networks can get Coming to Lethbridge May 27th and 28th 2 and p.m. mwm Ti SPANGLELAND LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GRANDSTAND a major star to appear in a movie. it's a pilot. But even if it doesn't work out as a at least the network has had the drawing power of that star in a movie. The familiar faces include James Ernest Borg- Andy Desi Ar- Richard Lee J. Michael Pess Cloris Jack Peter Graves and Fred MacMurray. HAS NEW FAMILY MacMurray. the star of My Three Sons for 12 is back with a new family and appeared on ABC April 17 in his first TV The Chadwick Family. This time he has a four in-laws and grandchildren. He played Ned the publisher of a newspaper in the picture postcard town of Calif. But that's merely a background for the family drama to parade across. thought television had all said MacMurray. was getting into areas we wouldn't dare a few years ago. Once on My Three Sons we mentioned That's as deep as we ever got. along came The Wai- tons. Love and kindness and nostalgia were back in MacMurray said he's not really eager to get back into a TV particularly since hit hiira tha conditions he had on My Three Sons. On that show he would film all of his scenes 'for 13 shows in six then retire to his ranch until it was time to film the last 13 shows of a season. WORKS SIX MONTHS made whatever con- cessions they so I'll only have to work six months a said MacMurray. reputed to be one of the wealthiest film stars. He said he really didn't think of a new TV series in terms that is. keeping his face before the public like Jimmy Stewart it's a chance to practise your he said. Approve site for airport Alia. The Edmonton Regional Planning Council has approved the site of a million satellite airport 20 miles northwest of Edmonton and a mile west of Villeneuve. Negotiations with landowners are in progress. The approval is subject to development of land use and building height regulations by the municipal district of STARTS THURSDAY SPECIAL LIMITED ENGAGEMENT Pc'Omognt Picture ROS6RT miR R6DFORD FflRROUU GROT ln to Pnrw fl Picture mss ADULT green acres drive-in WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY RESTRICTED ADULT SNOOT They're learning fast COLOR ELAINE GIFTOS- KAREN CARiSON-BWOM FARttlL BARBARA LEIGH-RENISANTONI'RICHARD RUST-LAWRENCE HIT DUTY NURSES' NO. 2 IN TECHNICOLOR ENDS TONITE THAT WITNESS and FLIES ON GREY p.m. complete show p.m. ;