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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1291 3rd AVENUE EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. GAMES NIW BLACKOUT TW Won Numbor IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD LlmH PAYS DOUBLE May THE LBTHBNIDUE HERALD 7 I PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS Mid INVITED QUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WIIKINDINTMTAINIIINT Thursday. May AND Frldiy. May June THE LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT INTHECLUBROOMS May 30th and Friday and Saturday May 31st and June 1st Country Members and Invited Guests CARDSTON-Mayfair Theatre in color. Starring John Wayne Fri- day and May 31 and June 1. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY FORT Theatre in color. Starring Clint Eastwood. Friday and May 31 and June 1. Thursday show at 8'00 p m. RESTRICTED ADULT PINCHER Theatre Tango in in color. Starring Marlon Brando. May 30 show at p.m RESTRICTED ADULT Theatre Fu The Invisible in color. Fri- day and May 31 and June 1. Thursday shows at and p.m ADULT May 20 June 1 And his change of habit At The INERS' 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Willing to buy studio to get way Onassis out to stop film By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD An interesting example of high- level machinations is developing in town. One'of the major studios owns the rights to a novel that deal with a wealthy Greek shipping owner and his romances with opera stars and the widow of a president. There are reports that the shipping magnate wants to stop the film from being made and is trying to buy the studio to get his way. I'm beset the set of a big film shooting on location in Calif. The film stars Lee Richard Burton and Cameron Mitchell. these three prefer a long and largely liquid lunch. It is a rare day when they report back to work in the afternoon at all. Exorcist film face suit SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES STEVIE WONDER Energy situation main topic OTTAWA Energy and the automobile will be prime topics at the annual meeting of the Consumers' Association of Canada in Calgary June 3-5. The energy situation will be discussed by a panel consisting of Dr. John Helliwell of the University of British Prof. Ian MacDougal of Dalhousie University in Halifax and Hans manager of the Canadian Petroleum Associ- the CAC announced here today. Chief speaker on problems connected with the automobile will be Lowell director of the United States centre for auto safety. Also on the three-day pro- gram are workshops on health services and consumer ad- vocacy. Consumer Affairs Minister Herb Gray will open the ses- sions June 3. Robert Alberta's consumer affairs will speak June 4. The meeting will vote on 15 resolutions presented by delegations from across the country. Fla. A Miami who says he has taken part in rituals of filed a damage suit here against the creators of the book and film The Exorcist. Most Rev. Mark Karras says in the suit that his personality and professional life have been used in the character of Rev. Damien who attempts an exorcism in William Peter Blatty's story of demonic possession. He seeks from publishers Harper and Row and Bantam and Warner which made the film. is an archbishop of the Eastern Orthodox Catholic and Apostolic Church of Christ. The suit alleges that the numerous parallels between the real and fictional priest named Karras illustrate deliberate design and plan by the defendants to partially fictionalize the real name and friends and associates and locale of the plaintiff without prior knowledge or Some characteristics of the fictional priest are so the suit that the real priest was exposed to public embarrassment and scorn. JUST FRIENDS SANTA Calif. The singing team of Sonny and Cher Bono kissed in public after a court divorce hearing here But asked if they had decided on a both replied Said are just The television and singing who both sued in February to end their were in court to decide who should occupy their million dollar Beverly Hills mansion until it is sold. 34. is living in it. wants to move in and have sole occupancy. Judge Richard Wells will decide the issue later. The judge also will decide on the divorce when property issues are settled. END STRIKE NEW YORK The American Federation of Musicians said here it has reached a tentative contract agreement with the three United States broadcast temporarily ending a strike that began 3Vz weeks ago. Union members began from NBC and ABC April 30 after a two-year contract expired and the two sides failed to agree on a new one. A union spokesman said the tentative agreement covers two years and bans so called -or overseas recording of new music for shows produced in the United States and Canada. The spokesman also said the which mainly concerns the federation's New York and Hollywood also includes increases in rehearsal and program and health and welfare benefits contributed by the networks Big promotion campaign for Canadian film planned NEW YORK Para- mount Pictures says the hit Canadian The Apprenticeship of Duddy will be one of its most important releases in the United States this year. Paramount plans what it terms a advertising campaign to promote the due for late July release in the U.S. Private screenings start here tonight with the major part of the publicity including television saved for the two weeks prior to the public's mind is still as one company official put it. Paramount isn't ready to say how much it paid to the Canadian producers for the exclusive U.S. distribution rights. One official said it was not in his domain to say whether the figure was close. up to the legal depart- THIS WEEKEND at the LEO ION Beaver Vimy MIMBIRS AND INVITID QUISTS ONLY Producer John Kemeny of on a brief business trip to New York last said the advance from Para- mount was Kemeny said Paramount plans to spend very large amount on BOOSTS INDUSTRY is a real shot in the arm for the Canadian film in- he said. Kemeny said the film has taken in at the box of- fice in the first six weeks of the initial engagements at Montreal and Toronto fend is being shown to audiences in five other Canadian Hamilton and Windsor. building up to an all- time Canadian record at the box he said. The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz is based on the Mordecai Richler best-selling novel. Richler wrote the screenplay. It tells the story of an am- bitious 19-year-old youth growing up in Montreal in the Richard who won acclaim as one of the leads in American stars in the title role. Co-starring are Micheline winner of the 1972 Canadian Film Award as best actress for her title role in La Vraie Nature de Randy a recent Academy Award nominee for The Last Joseph Wise- Denholm Joe and Jack Warden. paramount COMING SOON WILLIAM PETER BLATTY'S THE WORTHY GOAL RocV star Stevie who is is saving his money for a worthy goal. His dream is to go to Africa and set up some sort of institution to help blind children there. DOLPHIN STRIPPER Something new and streakerish is promised in the new revue which opens soon at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. They have trained a dolphin to strjp a chorus girl while she's paddiing around in a tank on stage. And he does it on porpoise. EXTRA CASH Did you realize that today's actors make the bulk of their money from At most of them according to Charlton who cites SAG Of the total Screen Actors Guild Heston 22 per cent of their income is derived from theatrical 37 per cent from television films and 41 per cent from filmed commercials. PLANS MOVIE Among David Merrick's many plans is one which sounds particularly exciting. Merrick has gotten Erich the man who wrote to do the book for a musical version of Odyssey There may be some changes from the original In Segal's perhaps. Odysseus falls in love with but she dies while watching him play hockey. NEW VERSION There's a sequel to French Connection'' coming up it will be called Connection and much of it will be filmed in and around Pans John Frankenheimer will direct this one. ANGLO Sells... TRANSISTOR RADIOS At 419 5th Street South WEST COAST SEAFOODS Truckload Salt of Fresh Fish and Seafoods will be told at GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN on Mayor Magrath Dr. Herring Oysters Halibut Shrimp Salmon Smoked-Fish Thurs. and May 30th to 31st 11 a.m. to p.m. Art for prlct lot and schedule. college cinema TONITE thru SAT. I AT P.M. still fly off the With TERRENCE HILL BUD SPENCER 11 paramount cinema TONITE thru SAT. AT P.M. gone the romance that FflRROUU STARTS TOMORROW AT paramount Due to popular demand 20th Century-Fox presents the ori9inal--- Roar once again with the original movie cast... Donald Elliott Sutherland Gould SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN WARNING GORY SURGICAL Jo Ann Robert Sally Pflug Ouvall Kellerman MASH 20H-century prints m An Ingo Premmger Production DONALD SUTHERLAND ELLIOTT GOULD -TOM SKERRITT Co Starring SALLY KELLERMAN ROBERT DUVALL JO ANN PFLUG RENEAUBERJONOlS___________ Re rJiased by ENDS TOHITE-SEAN CONNERY IN FRIDAY and SATURDAY 2 FIRS ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN green acres drive-in GATES OPEN AT 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. ATURES 2 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRID6E PUBLIC SWIMMING AND MUSEUM Mty JMN vMM v FMTZSICK Swim 12-00-VOO Swim 12-00-1 00pm. Public Swim p Swim 3.00-6-00 p Swim 1.00-5.00 p.m. Family Swim 6.00-8.00 p Swim Noon Swim 12.00-1.00 p.m. SK 00-4 30 p p 00-s 00 p p.m Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects- 7 00 9-00 ZARDOZ. 7.15 920 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA GREAT GATSBY 7.00 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9-25 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects- 7-00 9 05 ALL THE WAY BOYS' 7'15 LAST COMPLETE 9'05 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT QREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE FAT CITY. 9 45 BLACK GUNN 11 20 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 9 45 GATES OPEN 8-45 VINCENT PRICE ROBERT QUARRY DpiQCDT IADDV COLOR nVJDCn I VJUMnn I AMERICAN RELEASE ENDS with STAGEY KEACh ind with JIM BROWN ;