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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Actresses of 40 snubbed The Music Box ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avtniift South EVERY THURSDAY 8 16 GAMES p.m. 3rd ANNIVERSARY BINGO NIGHT 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 55 NOS. in 56 NOS. in 57 NOS. If no bingo called after 57 numbers will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 50 NOS. H no bingo called in 50 nos. we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY THURSDAY-MAY FRIDAY MAY 19 "CHARADES" SATURDAY MAY 19 "ALBERTA RANCH BOYS" MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfqir Theatre "SOLDIER BLUE" In Technicolor. Starring Candice Bergen and Peter Strauss. Wednesday, May 16. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "TALES OF THE CRYPT" In color. Starring Psfer Gushing and Joan Collins. Wednesday, May 16. Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "SHAFT'S BIG SCORE" In Metrocolor. Starring Richard Roundtree. Wednesday, May 16. Show at pm. Re- stricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK" In color with Woody Allen. Wednesday, May 36. Shows at and 9-00 p m. Restricted Adult. Dialogue and scenes may be objection- able to some. We Want You To Attend 32nd Annual FESTIVAL Friday Saturday Sunday -Monday May 18, 19, 20, 21 CRESTON, B.C. 4 FULL DAYS OF FUN IRISH ROVERS IN CONCERT GIANT FESTIVAL PARADE CABARETS GOLF TOURNAMENT GIANT CAR BINGO NEW INTERMOUNTAIN SHOWS MIDNIGHT BOWLING TOURNAMENT MOTO CROSS RACES MODEL AIRPLANE SHOW FESTIVAL QUEEN PAGEANT 3 NIGHTS TEEN By HAL McCLURE JERICHO, Occupied Jordan (AP) Hollywood, said Leslie Caron, is no longer an equal-op- portunity employer when it conies to actresses. That's why she has sold her Hollywood home to return to her native France. "I don't think Hollywood is an appropriate place for an actress of she said. "I don't think she has many opportunities there. Whereas in France they are highly appreciated. "In America you have to play freak parts if you're in that age category. In France, you can still play love stories." Miss Caron turned to watch four Bedouin tribesmen race their horses across the desert sands for the movie QBVII, being filmed on the shores of the Dead Sea. The movie will be shown on American television next year before its release in theatres. Miss Caron plays the wife of British actor Anthony Hopkins, the Nazi camp doctor in the best-selling Leon Uris novel. The movie also stars Ben Gaz- zara, Lee Remick Sir John Gielgud, Jack Hawkins and An thony Quayle. "My part is an interesting role from an actress' point of said Miss Caron "I play a woman ranging in age from 25 to 55. And it's quite amusing to do that." ENJOYS CAREER Life, for the most part, has been amusing for Miss Caron. The gamin look of Gigi is still there, but fine lines are begin- ning to show around the eyes. "I've been she ad- mits "My husband, Michael Laughlin, is a producer and he organizes things for me." She stars in Laughlin's soon-'to-be- released Nicole and two other movies in the planning stage. "I think Hollywood is really immature in its attitudes to- ward extreme she said. "Except for men. Men can work until they are 50, 60 or 70. Look at Gary Grant. Women's car- eers are ridiculously short, ex- cent for the stage." European films are more sub- tle and less violent, she said. "They are still interested in love in Europe In America, they don't film love stones any more, except for Love Story. "Even young actresses can't find work. The only young girl who works is Ah' and Jane Fonda. "Hollywood is all geared for men because they are organized in a businesslike fashion and can find themselves parts. They are all producers. Bearded maestro never plans May 16, 19.3 THI LETHBRIDOE HERALD 7 GAME FISH The tarpon, a large herring- like fish, is a favorite game fish which may reach a weight of 400 pounds and a length of eight feet. EDMONTON (CP) Mitch Miller, at 62, has no plans for retirement, no plans for his career, no plans at all. "I never make plans and I've never set a goal in my the bearded maestro said between loving puffs on a huge Cuban cigar. "It leads to intellectual constipation and frustration." Mr. Miller, in town recently as guest conductor with the Edmonton Symphony Orches- tra, said every facet of his 40-year career as professional musician was a matter of Ball widow gets medal President Nixon presents Vera Clemente, widow of baseball superstar Roberto Clernente, the Presidential Citizen's Medal which she received in honor of her late husband at the White House. Prominent jazz musician dies Three awarded Molson prizes OTTAWA (CP) Writer George Woodcock of Vancou- ver, painter Alfred Pellan of Montreal and economist John Deutch of Kingston, Ont., have been awarded Mblson prizes for 1972, the Canada Council announced here The prizes, financed from an gift to the council by the Molson Foundation, are awarded annually to encourage and recognize outstanding con- tributions to the arts, humani- ties, social sciences and na- tional unitv. WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE "THE DIPLOMATS'7 MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY HOTEL TAVERN TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY 'DOWNTOWN' DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY 'MASON RAIL' RED COACH LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "GEORGE RENAUD" CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 HOTEL PHILADELPHIA (AP) El- mer Snowden, a prominent jazz musician who climbed to fame in the 1920s, died here Monday in hospital at 72. He had been ill for several necks. A native of Baltimore, Snow- den was known as one of the greatest banjo players of the "East Coast jazz school.' He later played the guitar. Snowden, who enjoyed a pop- ular revival in the 1960s, was honored at a jazz testimonial concert last December at the Overseas Press Club in New York. WASHINGTON (AP) The Kennedy Centre announced! plans here to present seven new plays and five musicals during the coming year. Appearing in them will be such stars as Deborah Kerr. Bibi Anderson, Eva Marie Saint, Anne Jackson, Eli Wall- ach, Anthony Quayle, David Cryer, Dame Peggy Ashcroft, Sir Michael Redgrave, Harry Danner and Donald Sinden BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) Beginning May 25, the public will be able to see a milhon relic of the elegant era movie stars lived like movie stars. The grandest of all the Holly- wood mansion is undergoing pre- view tours and next month will be open to the public. Lloyd died two years ago at 77. The visitors will see luxury that few of today's film stars can afford For instance Versailles-like formal garden with doll houses that are comnletely In able huge living room with built-in pine organ, 1924 Rolls-Royces and a 1935 Packard. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Yoko Ono, wife of former Beatle John Lennon, won per- T6days S'hdwtimfes. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects 9 05 "Jr-eifliah Johnson" 7 15, 9 25 Last Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7.15, 9 15 "Heartbreak Kid" 7 30, 9 40 Last Complete Show 9.15 Adult, Not Suitable for Children COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subiects 7 00, 9 fl.i "Shainus 7.25, 9 05 Last Complete Show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "Dr. in Trouble" 9 30 "Assault" One Complete Show 9.30 Adult, Not Suitable for Children manent custody of her child in a hearing here Monday, but the girl is still missing In a hearing in 1972, Lennon and Miss Ono were granted temporary custody of her daughter, Kyoko, by a previous marriage to documentary film maker Anthony Cox. Cox disappeared with the child in December, 1971, follow- ing release on bond after serving one day of a five-day contempt-of-court sentence for refusing to produce Kyoko for a visit with Mrs Lennon Ed Murr, local lawyer for the Lennons, said the permanent custody order still allows Cox visitation rights but the child must live with the she can be found The Lennons have been fight- ing a deportation order since March of this year. Lennon was refused permanent residence in the United States because of a 1968 conviction in England for possession of hashish. YOKO ONO waiting for a suitable opportu- nity to present itself and seiz- ing that opportunity. The result was a career which led from the classical oboe to involvement with pop- ular music as arranger-editor and later as a key executive in the recording industry From 1947 to 1959 he worked as an executive of Mercury and later Columbia iccords. As Columbia's director of pop- ular music, he supervised the arrangements and perform- ances of such stars as Tony Benett, Patti Page, Jerry Vale, Rosemary Clooney and worked to introduce instru- ments like the harpsichord and French horn into pop ar- rangements. Mr. Miller is best known for his four seasons as the goa- word on a proposal which would have him back in the recording studio in about s.x months. However, "I don't like to talk about the he said "I dont make plans." DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanlt Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 MITCH MILLER teed, stiff-armed conductor of the Sing Along With Mitch crew on NBC television. Al- though the show was can- celled in 1965, the 22 Sing Along albums still in circula- tion sell about one million copies annually. Good songs last well into successive recordings, said Mr Miller, adding that too much contemporary music rests on the erratic skills of "30-day wonders" who record one hit and then fade away. "Most of it is a rip-off of the black musicians. Even Jams Joplin to some extent was just Besie Smith holding a South- ern Comfort bottle. "Groups like Chicago or Santana, though, would have been popular in any era be- caiise they're quality perform- ers and good craftsmen as musicians Mr. Miller began appearing as guest conductor in major cities five years ago. He has not recorded since the Sing Along troupe disbanded in the late 1960s, but is awaiting green acres drive-in TONITE AND THURS. Mayor Mijrath Or. Coutu Hwy, 327 1100 A DOCTOR WHO WILL KEEP YOU IN STITCHES iCOtO" PHILIPS HAUT SICOMII ANOILA SCOUIAR IKINE HANOI. ROIHT MOKLIY Gvtit Star JAMB HOSUTSON JUJTICI HIT NO. 2 ASSAULT with LEE VAN CLEEP GATES OPEN ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. college cinema STARTS TOMORROW AT P.M. That 'Carry on Gang1 in their latest and funniest comedy Aw owes- KENHETH CHARLES HATTlEtlABJUES- WCKARP O'CAUAGHAN JACW PIPER FAMILY paramount ta> St 8t 4th Aw, South. 327-5100 TONITE and THURS. Robert Redford From Warner Bros, DAILY AT and P.M. some say he's dead... Johnson" Neil Simon's The T Heartbreak Kid An Elaine May Film 2 SHOWS AT and P.M. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount cinema Ml St Aw. LAST TIMES TOWTE RESTRICTED ADULT SHAMUS IS A PRO! HE NEVER MISSES! 20th Are Mayor Magrtth Or, 328-6300- LAST TIMES TONIGHT SHOWS AT and P.M. FAMILY A MOTION PICTURE THAT CELEBRATES THE TIMELESS JOY OF ORIGINAL INNOCENCE. j THE STORY OF FRANCESCO AND CLARE NEW VISION OF LOVE BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE SAME PRODUCER OF "ROMEO AND JULIET" THE SCREEN'S GREATEST LOVE Franco zemreLLi HIS FIRST FILM SINCE' ROMLO BroTHer sun sisrer Moon" GRAHAM FAULKNER )UDI BOWKER ALEC GUINNESS POPE INNOCENT III Starts Tomorrow at p.m. paramount ;