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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta New film claims V Oswald had help HOLLYWOOD A Hollywood motion picture company has unveiled a film on the assassination of Presi- dent John Kennedy made un- der strict secrecy in a studio here. The Executive purports to show how a group of oilmen and arranged the killing of Kennedy by a group of three marksmen while setting up Lee Harvey Oswald as the scapegoat. The released by National General is to have its premiere in Los Angeles today. It largely follows the arguments contained in the Mark Lane book Rush to which claims Kennedy died in Dallas on Nov. as a result of a conspiracy. Lane co-operated on the script with Dalton a scriptwriter blacklisted in Hollywood in the 1950s because of his radical political and Donald a Los Angeles author. Freed whole process was done in secret with armed guards on the set and the film kept in a after we got in- formation that some attempt might be made to destroy the Freed said the information that an attempt might be made to upset the making of the film by infiltrating trouble-makers onto the set was obtained from a film technician. The starring Burt Lan- caster and the late Robert is a mixture of studio and location shots intercut with newsreel pictures taken of Kennedy in the weeks leading up to the assassination and on the day of the To help persuade viewers that there was a an eight-page document authenticating facts contained in the film is to be issued to everyone who sees the film. The film argues that the conspirators decided to kill Kennedy because they thought his decisions to wind down the war in Vietnam and sign a nuclear arms limitation trea- ty with the Soviet Union would reduce United States SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre NEW in color-. Starring George C Stacy Keach and Jane Alexander. Wed- November 7 show at 8-15 p m Restricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre AND PAIN and the Whole Damn in color. Starring Maggie Smith and Timothy Bottoms November 7 show at p.m. not suitable for children TABER Tower Theatre in color. Starring Kirk Mark Lester and Neville Brand. November 7 shows at 7.00 and 9.00 p m Family WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF Fresh Fish and Seafoods WillbcMdrt Fort Whoop-up Service Herring Oysters Halibut Shrimp Salmon Smoked fish Nov. 8 Nov. 9th From 11 and 8 p.m. Ask For Prlcelot and Schedule Dine and Dance Lounge it 10.30 Presents BEACON HILL HOTEL Red Coach Lounge RON ROWE HOTIt CONNER 4th AVE. 7th ST. S. PHONE THE NEW GARDEN HOTEL Proudly Presents and the All Nile week for your listening pleasure We regret any inconvenience caused to our customers last as the group we had advertised could not be present. November LITHMIDOK HMALD-7 Sense of humor still prevails Kennedy assassination recreated This is how the Dallas assassination of President controversial film of our The film's thesis is John Kennedy is recreated for the movie Executive that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone in killing which is oeing billed as the most Kennedy. with Satin Sheets Jeanne prefers quality music Tenn. Jeanne an Alabama farm girl who struggled for 10 years to attain stardom in country says she would like her fans to forget the song that brought her success asked if I have a record to follow Satin Sheets I 'I hope not.' I want a song that will make everybody forget about Satin Sheets The 36-year-old singer said she wants to grow and contin- ually do different music I I strive more for quality than quan- she explained. Satin Sheets has done more to bring instant success to a female country singer than anything before perhaps the exception of Jeanne C Riley's Harper Valley PTA It earned Miss Pruett four nominations in this year's an- nual country music awards. Singer Jeanne Pruett country star ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUU SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NKW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number November 8th and 15th IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed ELKS and INVITED G-UESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT MM.. Nn. O.O.R.f. RANCH Tien.. Nn. 8tt MPLOMATT Srt..NlV.10lh- UKttrs -KALANI HAMAIUN IriMIIBM Unlike Riley's career which failed to produce a fol- low-up Jeanne Pruett shows no signs of letting up. But for this outspoken maintaining her populanty is of secondary concern. Upper- most in her mind is respect. DEMANDS RESPECT going to respect the people in the industry. But at the same time I am going to demand respect from them. Now they and before they Before Satin Sheets came Miss Pruett's career was mostly in writing and an occasional song. success changed my life so if I see a a ring or I can buy it. It hasn't changed the small-town girl who grew up on a she said. Researcher succumbs to illness TORONTO Ruth Frances professor of biology at York University and internationally known lecturer and has died after a brief illness A specialist in radiation she achieved inter- national recognition for her discovery in 1958 of the first known highly radio sensitive mutant bacterium. It was a significant advance in the knowledge of the mechanism of DNA one of the ma- jor research areas of molecular biology. Before joining the universi- ty staff in 1969 she was a cancer researcher at the Sloan Kettering Institute in New York and an associate professor in radiological research at Columbia Univer- sity. feel a conviction I'm totally committed to music and I'm committed to doing it my way. When I say I am a nonconformist I mean it but not in a rebel way. There was a time when Miss Pruett wouldn't even let anyone see her much less hear her singing. She grew up in Calhoun where she had developed an ear for music by age 5 But develop- ing confidence was another matter. had 25 songs finished in the early '60s and never had shown them to anyone. I had been married for 10 years and even my husband knew nothing about she said Once he saw Jeanne's her husband wasted no time in getting the songs to country star Marty Robbins Robbins recorded several of them and from then on Jeanne had a ca- reer. believe writers have been overlooked and looked over for too damn she said. I had one it's that when I get through pickin' and grinnm' that God will give me the ability to write a good Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9.10 ROMEO AND JULIET. 7 25 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9 10 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7159-10 FRITZ THE CAT- 7 50 9'45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 910 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7-00 9.05 ENTER THE DRAGON. 7-25 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 05 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN By MARSHA DUBHOW NEW YORK Avant-garde choreographer Twyla has switched from the Beach Boys and Jelly Roll Morton to but she has not lost her sense of humor. Her newest ballet mainly whereas her others have spoofed the and or in- cluded baton rolling down dancers il- luminating themselves with flashlights or accompanying themselves on snare drums. Miss Tharp's latest As Time Goes is a study in counterpoint and interplay to Haydn's Symphony No. the Farewell al- though it begins in silence. Fun permeates the exuber- ant movement. Dancers play Red Rover and London in the context of classical ballet steps The au- dience's embarrassed giggles turn to open laughter as men lift a male dancer per- forms the senuous movements usually done by a and dancers toss ballerinas to one another. Movements alternate from sheer slink to those of the scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz to virtuoso solos Haydn has incredible sense of much as the Beach Boys or Bix Bei- said choreogra- pher Tharp in an interview. Her Deuce a spoof of the 1960s and their dis- cotheque was for the Robert Jeffrey ballet com- pany as was her latest work. The Bix which in- clude tap-dancing and baton- twirling and cone-link with her lecture on is to music of Bix the famed jazz trumpeter and cornet player of the 1920s unfortunate that hu- being comes off as because it is really serious and gets something Miss Tharp said. have always exploited humor and fun in my works- hut I am very bad at jokes. My one about a is may tell it but it's Miss Tharp has been a lead- ing spokesman of avant-garde dance since she began choreo- graphing in 1965 with Tank to Petula Clark's hit. Downtown. Miss Tharp said at first her dancers were so aggressive and be so glad to see someone cracking a smile- how absolutely righteous we I got bored with that attitude and saying to myself we don't need the audience. I had to finally acknowledge that the audience were there and had to see something other than my private DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK CcrtHtad Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 paramount NOW SHOWING At Op.m. -HOUS PICTURE OF THE A -SEVENTEEN WGWH JUUTH OWT YTJK WttfnC Paramount Pictures takes great pride and pleasure in presenting to the general public the return of the greatest love story of all time. 2 Shows Daily p.m. ADULT PARAMOUNT PICTURES ML nun IV ERAJNCOZEFFIRELLI ROMEO m ma WMII WIN awswn wi i JMT wmti WKW ARMY. 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