Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 34

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 22, T973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Protest crew ready to die WELLINGTON, N.Z. their pledge has been written The crew of the nuclear pro- test-ship Fri said thay are pre- pared to die or suffer nuclear radiation in tteir against France's forthcoming tests in the South Pacific. In a message received in into an agreement signed at Pitcairn Island May 13. The Fri, an American-regis- tered former Bailie trader car- rying 13 persons, put in to Pit- cairn earlier this month for en- Wellington today, the crew said I gine repairs. Transformation Before putting on makeup, actor Roy Doirice looks less than his 46 years. Half an hour later (top right) the wig is on, rubber nose in place. At bottom, left he paints on wrinkles, adding age spots and an ugly wart. LCI. HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS A fay 24 7: AUDITORIUM 50c GENERAL ADMISSION Canadian film festival planned CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CARRY ON LOVING" In Starring Sidney James and "The Carry On Gang'. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 22 and 23. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE MECHANIC" In color. Starring Charles Bronson. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 22 and 23. Tuesday shew at Aiult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CRLEK Fox Thscfre "WALKABOUT" cnlcr. An exciting and Exotic Ad- venture. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 22 and 23. Tues- day show at p.m. Adult. TABER. Tower Thsafre "SNOW JOB" In colcr. Starring Jean-Claude Kiily, world champion Tuesday and Wednesday, May 22 and 23. Tuesday shows at and p.m. Family. at the By JAMES NELSON HOLLYWOOD (CP) Ca- nadian film producers are crying for international and national markets, but an incis- pendant theatre.chain here is having trouble putn-ng to- gether four or five films to rnske up a Canadian Film Festival this summer. Max Lasmmle is considered here to be one of the deans of cv.ners and operators who, with his sin. Eco, seven movie houses in the area embraced by K o 11 y vv o o d. Santa Monica and West Los Aisles. They regularly are on the far EIX tl'nis, larly imports, for a local audi- ence v.-hic'i is m'-EriSS'ly inter- ested in what is being done in ir.ojcvi cutside the big Hollywood studios. films seem to be a natural product for lyslr marks'.. La-smnile Theatres is tsntativaly plan- a Cs Film. Festi- val this suminsr at the Royal in v.cst J.cs The Lasmmles, Max or Eco, rave scan four that ap- psal to them: Gensvieve Bu- jold and John Vernons Jour- Rowdyman; Wedding in-White Dcmld Carcl Kane and Doris Petris; and Mon Onrle the Na- tional Film Beard production hr.r-c! cs ever to have corns cut of Canada. Max Laammle said in an in- 1-3 xvculc' like all of these, and more, for his festi- val, if he can book them. But Journey and Wedding in now are playing in other parts of the country, and it is possible ona of them will be picked up by a major studio for showing in its dis- tribution circuit. Mr. Laemmle also said he would like to book a number of Canadian shorts to round out his festival program, but the National Film Board hasn't any available that have not bs-an committed to Colum- bia Pictures for distribution. He t-did he is aware cf the difficulty Canadian film pro- ducers have their films into the popular movie hcvEss c! theatre-chain ties with the m-ror Hollywood or London studios. But he said he would shy away from any suggestion Ca- nadian-content rules should be' SE'- for This is .not just a case cf his Amsrican d'slike of government control, he said. "I-it's be it. If ycu in Canada produce films .have enough appeal, they'll get shown." CRITICAL OF STORIES Sitting in thsir joint office over the Esb Lssmnile said Canadian films he has seen are all well done, with good lighting, sc'jnd, s-d, ususlly, magnifi- cent outdoor settings. "Som-e of ths slcry lines, however, as in Journey, I find a !itt'e hard to follow." Journey was shown at the second Los Angeles Interna- tional Film last year, one of 53 features from 17 countries. Hollywood Press gave it a ho-hum review: "Pretty pic- tures, pretty people, pretty dull film.... A slseper in the most literal sense." But then the 11-day festival at Grairman's Chinese Thea- tre opened with the world pre- miere of Ycung Winston, Carl Foreman and Richard Atten- bsrough's film of the early life cf Churchill. For Enfertasnment at Its Bast Visit The 733-13th St. N. Membsrs and Their Guests Only LONDON, Out. (CP) A study cammisssioned by the Ra- dio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) of Can- ada indicates that broadcast re- porters frequency attend closed meetings of public bodies and agree to withhold information until authorized fcr release. The survey wss conducted by Prof. Cambrick of the Uni- versity of Western Ontario jour- n a 1 i s m department. Prof. Bambrick says that 43 cf 98 re- sponding stations report that they sit in- clcssd meetings. Of the-2, 33 s-sid thsy abide by an understanding that informa- tion will not bs broadcast with- out official clearance. The survey found the most frequent reason for broadcast reporters attending closed HOTEL TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY TONtGHT thru SATURDAY TONIGHT thru SATURDAY A i! CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 meetings was to cbtain back- ground information. The second most common reason was that the station had bean invited to attend. Virtually all responding sta- tions indicated that they honor re'sass times an news cop3r sub- mitted for broadcast. However, they also indicated they would consider disregarding release times primarily if the com- petition also did so. Only about one-third cf {'he replies gave ur- gency of the story as reasons for pre-release of copy. LEFT TO NEWS DIRECTOR The nation-wide survey also found that in nearly every case, the news director makes the de- cision on whether to honor re- lease times. Few program di- rectors or station owners ap- pear to make such decisions. Seventy-nine of the S3 which replied indicated they broadcast prepared audio film material if it is consigned newsworthy but only 15 stations said they iden- tify the material as prepared handouts. "14' -'v Ksnr Gauntry Rock at its Best Featuring "0AYL1 MB TE-3E 6ASABCUTS" ENTERTAINING NIGHTLY Monday thru Saturday, May 21 to May 26 4 green acres TONITE AND WED. ONLY Magrath Dr. Coum Hwy., 327-1100 SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF A GREAT MOTION PICTURE! ADULT DAVID LEAWSFILWI OF BORIS PASTERNAKS WPANAVISION'ANDMETROCOLOR GATES OPEN AT ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M Tonite and Wed. At p.m. The Picture Everyone Will Be Talking About You Must See It. A MOTION! PICTURE THAT CELEBRWES THE TIMELESS JOY OF ORIGINAL IXWKEVCE. M'vsTS A FILM PV Franco zefnremi HIS.FIRST FILM SINCE "RO.V "BroTHersun sisTerMoon- A PARAMOUNT PIQURE TECHNICOLOR1 PANAVISION" GRAND FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT cinema Tosisfe and Wed. ____ At p.m. 20th Mayor Klagratt) Or, 328-6300- ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ALSSTAIR COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF tETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWiMMING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE Sun., May 27 Men.. May 28 FRiTZ SiCK Swim (adults only) 12 Swim (adults only) 12-1 Swim (adults only) 12-1 Swim (adults only) 12-1 Swim 3-6 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim (Adults Only) 12 1 p.m. HON.: Swim Swim 3-5.30 Swim Swim Swim 1-5 Swim 1-5 Swim and p.m. Swim 1 Public Swim p.m. 1 1-9 p.m. p.m. 3ALT FRITZ SICK POOL, 11th ST. and 5th AVE. S.; LIONS POOL 411 -16th ST. N.: HENDERSON POOL, PARKSIDE DRIVE PARAMOUNT "Cinderella" "Charlie and the Last Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Brother Sun Sister Moon" Last Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Fear is the Key" Last Complete Show Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "Dr. Zhivago" One Complete Show Family are sfili ths same. Fhsy'l! do anything to rf what they need. And they nsgd SOYLENT GREEN. METROCO WHAT IS THE MYSTEflY OF "SOYLEMT MEM DIED IT YET ALL PEOPLE NEEDED "SOYLENT GREEN" ADULT CKARLTON HESTON LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG CHUCK CONNORS JOSE PH GOTTEN- BROCK PETERS PAULA KELLY Eds Tcmfe Wdf Bsssiey's 'Charley and the Angel' plus 'Cinderella' in Color ;