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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 23, Young producer inds his sauce By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) i ins is the era of the indepen- ient producer, those daring oung men with not much else nerve and an idea. Of hem all, perhaps the nerviest a man named Stuart Dun- ,.m He's just made his first 'ovie, "Let's Go For Broke." a James Bond spoof, with heroine an inept girl nam- Jackie Broke. Duncan grew up intending to go into the family business 'Lea Perrins, the sauce people) but, after a brief fling, 4iiit to try something for himself. He always had loved the theater, so tried producing lays. His third was a long-running hit in New York He decided he wanted to try movie. ANNE FRANCIS PRE-CHHISTMAS Bugs and Upholstery Cleaning Special by Shining Knight Phone 328-8408 See Details In TUBS. Herald and Fri. TV Guide "It was a dumb thing to he says, but he did it anyhow. He knew two people his prep school roommate was producer Martin Ransohoff and one of his "Godspell" investors worth) was a beautiful blonde actress nam- ed Christa Helm. He hired Miss Helm to be his star. She was supposed to be a karate expert, according to the script. She isn't. "They just had me kick she says. "I kicked so energetically I threw my back out. I was in traction for days, in the same hospital where Joe Namath was hav- ing a bad knee worked on. I had once dated Joe, so that was all right." COST MILLION Duncan says the picture cost million. He figures of that was wasted because he was new and made mistakes. As it is, he thinks, he has a good picture. Hollywood conversation generally revolves around movies but these days Hollywoodsters are like everybody else they talk about inflation. Anne Francis, who had just finished her work in CBS' ex- citing "The FBI Story Alvin told me she had solv- ed inflation with what she calls "Francis" Law." Francis' Law? It's simple, she says. "If you have problems pay- ing your bills, just make some more money." She admits, of course, that that isn't as easy to do as it is to say. Even in her star-type bracket. "These she says, "TV shows, instead of paying more, are trying to get you to work for less. The new residual ruling, under our new union contract, won't make itself felt for some time. And, besides, there just aren't that many jobs around now." What Anne is doing now is something very different for a glamor gal. She's just made a pilot for a syndicated series "or maybe it'll be on PBS" about home improvements. She thought up the title, "Home herself. GOOD NEWS" MISSION POSSIBLE IN CHRIST EVERY THURSDAY P.M. CABLE CHANNEL 2 FULL GOSPEL BUSINESSMEN'S FELLOWSHIP For Mori Information Cill FRANK TINORDI at 327-3478 Religious Studies Program UNIVERSITY of CALGARY VISITING SPEAKER: DR. LESLIE S. KAWAMURA From the University of Saskatchewan Department of Far Eastern Studies TOPIC: "The Psychological Aspects of Buddhism" Wednesday, Nov. 27 p.m. Earth Sciences Bldg., Room 162 University of Calgary Everyone Welcome! WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEK AT The University Of Lethbridge Monday, Nov. 25 Contemporary Indian Society "An Appraisal of Recent Developments in Indian Rights" C-674 Academic-Residence Bldg. 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27 Lunch and Learn "Algeria to Nigeria Across the Sahara" Or Roy Fletcher Public Library Noon Thursday, Nov. 28 Biological Seminar 'insect Sex Altractants" D- Dean Struble. Research Station C-67-J Academic-Residence Bldg. p.m. Piay: Edward Albee's 'Zoo Public Library 8 o m. Friday, Nov. 29 The Zoo Story Public Library A Christmas Carol ijr Drama Studio 7 30 o m For further information on any of the above, contact Information Services at 329-2582. New microwave licensing policy proposal issued AWs song Muhammad Ali, world heavyweight boxing champion, joins Anita Rock, left, and Jahana Meah in New York sing- ing a song the women, have recorded. The song is entitled "The People's and Ali predicts it will sell 10 million records. Trudeau at opera opening OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau and a large auHience in the National Arts Centre's opera house clapped hands rhythmically here to the music of Gilles Vigneault. The occasion was the first Ottawa performance by Grands Ballets Canadiens of Montreal of its new work bas- ed on the Quebec chansonier's music. Cam Ti Delam, a title pick- ed from one of Vigneault's songs, is the first choreographic work done for the company by Brian Mac- donald of Montreal since he became artistic director this fall. Arranged for the National Blind actor Actor arrested on sex charge in Kung Fu show LOS ANGELES a blind man be an actor? Jose Feliciano thinks so, and he already has two performances on his record. The Puerto Rico-born guitarist singer composer first played a role in the television series MacMillan and Wife, portraying a man whose knowledge of tobacco helps solve a crime. Now he is appearing in a Kung Fu segments as a Western drifter, "I think it's no more of a challenge for a blind actor to play a sighted person than it is for a sighted person to portray a character who is he said. LOS ANGELES, Calif. (AP) Actor George Maharis, star of the defunct television series Route 66, has been arrested for investigation of sexual perversion with another man at a service station, police said Friday. Police said Maharis, 46, was arrested by vice officers along with Perfecto Telles, 33, a hairdresser. Telles was book- ed for investigation on the same charge. Police said Maharis was observed by officers, who had staked out of the restroorn because of complaints. RELEASED ON BAIL Both men were released after posting bail and will be arraigned Nov. 26 in West Los Angeles municipal court. Arts Centre Orchestra, the' music has the flavor of a Quebec lumber camp, spiced by a bit of big-league hockey and a sprinkling of Paris' Moulin Rouge. STANZEL STAR John Stanzel, a bearded, red-haired character dancer and singer, was the centrepiece of the show, wear- ing a lumberman's jacket and sitting in a Quebec rocker. Earlier in the evening, Susan Toumine starred in The Lottery, which Macdonald created for the Harkness Ballet of New York. Danced to the recorded music of Stavinsky's Rite of Spring, it is a chilling tale of a New England town which an- nually picks a sacrificial family. It is adapted from a short story by the late Shirley Jackson The company also perform- ed Four Temperaments, a 1946 ballet by the leading U.S. choreographer, George Balanchine. It is danced to music of Paul Hindeinith. Editors told to revise old habits TORONTO (CP) Press, radio and televi- sion editors need to revise old habits and arts organizations need to prove their worth to the community, a Cana- dian Conference of the Arts seminar concluded here. Harry J. Boyle, author and vice chairman of the Cana- dian radio Television Commission said "none of the media adequately represents Canadian curiosity about involvement in culture." The media always has, and perhaps always will do a bad he said. "It reflects rather than initiates. It follows old habits. The habit in the media is to regard Canadian output as struggling and somehow mediocre." Mr. Boyle told the arts organizations they should make it clear to businessmen: "Look, you can make money out of this." Arthur Gelber, vice chairman of the Ontario Arts Council, said arts organizations need to adopt modern mar- keting techniques. A recent Ontario study, soon to be published, showed that 60 per cent of the pop- ulation participated in the arts, attended ar- tistic functions, or were at least interested in the field, he said. OTTAWA (CP) The com- munications department plans to allocate certain microwave frequencies for cable televi- sion and air and marine traf- fic control operations, it was announced Friday. The department said in a news release that it is issuing a proposed new licensing policy for very high frequency microwave systems using fre- quencies in the 12.7 to 12.95 gigahertz range. These frequencies would be mainly used for cable televi- sion systems transmitting pic- tures from a common receiv- ing antenna to separate cable operations in the neighboring region. But a communications department official said air and traffic control centres might also use the frequencies for transmitting pictures from central radar stations to several control centres. COMMENTS WELCOMED The proposed policy will be published in the Nov. 30 issue of the Canada Gazette and the department will consider comments from interested persons and groups in the following 90 days. While the final policy is be- ing worked out the depart- ment may issue licences for a maximum of three years. When these three-year licences are renewed, the license-holders will be re- quired to comply with the final policy by 982, the depart- ment said Spirits good OTTAWA (CP) Revenue Minister Ron Basford now is into his third week in hospital, but says his spirits are good and he is working on his cor- respondence. Mr. Basford was admitted Nov. 6 after suffer- ing a tingling sensation in his fingertips and pain in his hands. LETHBRIOGE MUSICAL THEATRE Presents ZORBA THE GREEK NOV. 15th to NOV. 30th YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE BOX OFFICE OPEN YATES DAILY to p.m. TELEPHONE 327-7055 GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE Tickets Produced Directed by DICK MELLS CHOREOGRAPHY by MURIEL JOLLIFFE NIGHTLY P.M. EXCLUDING SUNDAYS 4 MONDAYS A MUSICAL OF TRIUMPHANT TASTE HUMANITY. WIT AND HAUNTING MELODY GEORGE MAHARIS Film site objected by Guild LOS ANGELES (AP) The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) says it will try to stop a six part ABC TV series on Aaron Burr from being filmed in England and Ireland. The guild says America is the place to make a film about the man who served as Presi- dent Thomas Jefferson's first vice president and killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel. Chester Migden, SAG national executive secretary, said Tuesday he plans to meet next week with leaders of the International Federation of Actors and Performers' un- ions in England and Ireland to see if they can co operate on a course of action to make ABC film the series in the United States. Great entertainment with laughter and tears and music and everything else that makes going to the movies worthwhile. The fabulous long-running magical musical...now a mind- boggling cinematic trip. TROJAN Is Coming Topol. that "Fiddler on the Roof "man. challenges the universe...but is he strong enough to defy the church? One year ago. The Ameri- can Film Theatre invented a new concept in enter- tainment: a limited en- gagement, subscription se- ries of great films from great plays. NowThe Second Season cometh. Five extraordi- nary films starring some of the world s best actors, di- rected by some of the world's best filmmakers. Two performances only... one evening and one mat- inee, on a Thursday each month, starting in Febru- ary, and at a theatre near you. Order your Season Tickets. Now! Arthur Hiller, who made "Love Story "directs a man on trial who professes his guilt and his accusers suddenly doubt their own innocence Alan Bates uncovers the lie and emptiness of a fortieth wedding celebration. Academy A ward Winner Glenda Jackson and Susan- nah York lake turns at make- believe., and a masquerade cads in death. I want Season Ttckcfs tor The American FlImThcatre.-------- Tfonr Local American Film 11 Theatre j Theatre Code No i 1 IrthbriSge Herald jPfflAI WOUm 951 EXHIBITION DATES f-tbrowyQ Match 6 MByl Junes SfiBtjt Mow Of ThMtrc i 10 Change I The America! 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