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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WtdnMdoy, Nov.mbtr 39, 1975 THI ITTHSRIDGI HMAID RETURNS TO TV Orson Welles looks like this during taping in Southampton, England, of "The Man Who Came to Dinner" in which he makes his return to tele- vision. Welles, creator of "Citizen Kane" and other classic films, made some impressive contributions to early tele- vision, particularly on ths well-remembered "Omnibus" series. Since then he has rarely appeared on the home icreen, except in old movies. New Welles show taped in Britain HOLLYWOOD (AP) Orson Welles makes his return to tele- vision Wednesday night, and a whole production had to cross an ocean to accomplish it. Welles, the talented creator of Gtizen Kane and other classic films, made impressive contri- butions to early television, par- ticularly on the well-remem- bered Omnibus series. Since then he has rarely appeared on the home screen. Ha is starring on NBC in a Hallmark Hall of Fame special, The Man Who Came to Dinner. An American play, yet it was taped in Southampton, England Why? Because that's the way Welles wanted it, explained Frank O'Connor, who produced the show for Universal. "It may have had something to do with taxes, I don't know. "I was so eager to get Welles for the part that I was willing to accommodate him." O'Connor hired American Buzz Kulik to direct, and took along supporting players Don Knotts, Edward Andrews and Mary Wickes, who played the nurse in the original Broadway and movie versions. Because of union rules, the rest of the cast had to be Brit- ish residents. LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY "ZODIAC" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "COUNTRY BLUE" Members and their Invited guests Cinema backing urged OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Film Institute, formed in 1935 as a privately financed agency to promote the motion picture industry, has called on the federal government to un- derwrite a new organization equivalent to the National Li- brary and National Gallery. A brief presented to the advi- sory committee on film in the secretary of state's department said the new agency, which might be called Cinema Can- ada, should foster the apprecia- tion and use of motion pictures and television, and serve as a bilingual archives and clearing house for both the private and public sectors of the art. The institute said it no longer has the financial resources to keep pace with the work load it should be carrying. DOffiU mm LIFTFEETf Makes dancing a little difficult, right? But don't worry. Tills problem can be easily overcome and you'll never have to use that tired old expression of "two left feet" again. Come in to see us at the Monte Carlo Dance Academy and we'll have you dancing any or all of the popular dances in just a few fun-filled lessons Decide now to put your test foot forward, and assure yourself of a good time for the rest of your IL'c! 5 Lesson! Are Only If you call now 327-1442 535 13th St. N. IETHBRIDGE Movie company gets new boss HOLLYWOOD (AP) The veteran movie company, Uni- versal, has a new president, Henry H. Martin, who had been vice-president and general sales manager. Martin replaces Milton R. Rackmil, designated president emeritus. The announce m e n t was made here by the presi- dent of parent com- pany, MCA, Lew Wassterman. Caiio Qanct. I Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects Where Does it Eurt" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "The Other" Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "21 Days In Europe" Last Complete Show Family WOMAN OF 'LA MANCHA' Sophia Loren wears a tattered dress in her role as the Spanish barmaid, Aldonza, in the upcoming film version of the Broadway musical "Man of La Mancha." Ths film also stars Peter O'Toole ond co-stars James Coco. Alberta timber study set EDMONTON (CP) A Van- couver consulting firm Is to con- duct a study into all aspects of imber harvesting in Alberta, it was announced Tuesday. Allan Warrack, minister of lands and forests, said in a pre- France denies new N-test in Pacific PARIS (AP) The French defence ministry denied today .hat it is planning new atomic tests in the Pacific. "At the moment, we have nothing like this in said a spokesman. The statement was in answer to speculation raised by New Zealand's prime minister-elect, Norman Kirk, who said that if France resumes nuclear testing he would send a frigate to the test area. It is generally believ ed that new tests will be needed to make France's H-bomb oper- ational. France conducted three or four nuclear tests in the Pacific last summer but there was no official announcement either at the start or end of the series. pared statement that C. D. schullz and Co. Ltd. was one f 13 companies which respond- ed to government advertising. Dr. Warrack said the com- rany was selected on the basis if the "outstanding qualifica- ions of the personnel that will je involved and the competitive price for professional services affered by the company." The nine month study, to be tarted "soon." 'mil evaluate imber harvesting systems, re- orestation and results of road construction and related re- luirements. "'Alberta's forest manage- ment practices need to be of DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certifitd Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 357-7244 LelhbrMc.. Four hurt in crash ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE (CP) Four persons were in- jured when a light aircraft crashed at an airstrip near this west central Alberta commun- ity. The injured, all in satisfac- tory condition in hospital at Red Deer, were identified as pilot Donald Haakstad, 30, and Brian Hanson, 24, both of Ed- monton, Gordon Vrein, 42, of Dawson Creek, B.C., and Clare Hommy, 39, the mayor of Hythe, Alta. The chartered Cessna 180 crashed on takeoff. FEW ENEMIES Throughout most of their range in Ontario, coyotes have few enemies except man. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. IN 56 NOS. If no Bingo called after 56 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBUC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONtY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY NOV. 30 MOONGLOWS FRIDAY DEC. 1 MOONGtOWS SATURDAY DEC. 2 CHARADES SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUVENILE LEAGUE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29th p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE VULCAN JUVENILES VS LEW. MIDGET 'A1 ELKS Adults 50t Student! 25t Elementary School and Pre School Children Accompanied Lv Parent -FREE MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "TAWS FROM THE CRYPT" In color. Starring Joan Collins, Peter Cashing and Patrick Magee. Wednesday, November 29, show at p.m. ADULT Not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CHROME AND HOT LEATHER" In color. Stan-Ing Billy Smilh and Tony Young. Wednesday, November show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "X Y ZEE" In color. Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Cainc and Susannah York. Wednesday, Novem- ber show lit p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "TIIK G1J1SSOM GANG" In color. Starring Connie Slovens, Scott Wilson and Kim Darby. Wednesday, No- vember shows nl and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. paramount NOW SHOWING at end p.m. Hi St 4th Avc. South. 327-5100 THE FUNNIEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR- SELLERS SCORES ANOTHER TRIUMPH! ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN liAlteH T.Hoplnagel. Hospital Administcatot. In Peter Sellers lbert T.Hopinagel. Hospit "Where Does It college cinema I LAST TIME TONIGHT AT P.M. Ax. 1 Mwnh Dr. 3ZB-63W BELGIUM AUSTRIA HOLLAND YUGOSLAVIA ENGLAND ITALY FRANCE SPAIN GERMANT SWITZERLAND TONY SMITH S toil HUSO! 01 STI6E An Experience of a lifetime Visit Europe by the Magic of the Big Screen. DALE BARD'S BARBECUE COOKING PROGRAM Specially Designed for WATCHERS. To be held at THE HOLIDAY INN 1025 Mayor Mngrath Drive S.r Lethbridga THURSDAY, DEC. 7th 7.30 p.m. Dale Bard, an outstanding chef .or renown, hai scored high with weight watchen throughout the North American con- tinent with hii outdoor barbecuing. Dale says with com- mon foods, a little ingenuity and a gas grill, you can turn o meal into a gourmet's delight whether on a Weight Watch- ers' program or the Maintenance Program. SEATING SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS FREE RECIPE BOOKLETSI FREE SHOW! DOOR PRIZESI TO SECURE A SEAT, PICK UP YOUR FREE TICKET FOR THIS PERFORMANCE AT: BLUE FLAME KITCHEN 410 STAFFORD DRIVE, IETHBRIDGE high quality and provide envir- onmental protection in balance with the economic utilization of this valuable renewable re- Dr. Warrack said. The study, to be completed by Sept. 1, 1973, is being partly financed with money from the province's environm e n t a 1 re- search trust fund. It is expect- ed to cost a maximum of 000. "The environmental Issues that arc at stake exceed this amount many times the minister said. "It will be a sound investment to ensure that these values receive the atten- tion they deserve." college cinema STARTS TOMORROW 201', Avc. J, Miroi Mwtth Or, 328-6300 YOU'VE SEEN IT ON TV NOW YOU SEE ALL THE THRILLS AND ACTION ON THE SCREEN! THE HOTTEST THING ON WHEELS MGM Resents RAQUEL WELCH KANSAS CITY 2 SHOWS at and p.m. te KEVIN paramount cinema NOW SHOWING Sill St 4th PM. South. THE SURPRISE PICTURE OF THE YEAR ONE SHOW YOU SHOULD SEE! Holland-whereisthebaby? ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOJTcHILDREN SHOWS at and p.m. 20m Century-Fox presents A Robert Mullifsm Production "The Other' IN) IrMrrnturtnr cn Dinna Muldaur Chris Martin Udvarnoky ;