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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 __ Government gains support to condemn lifestyle ads TORONTO (CP) An On- tario legislature committee has jumped on the bandwagon with federal Health Minister Marc Lalonde and Consumer Relations Minister John Cle- ment of Ontario to condemn so-called lifestyle advertising. The committee on economic and cultural nationalism, in an interim report on advertis- ing issued Friday, recommended the legislature take action to ensure that all ads be free of features "which tend to develop artificial psy- chological associations of the product with sexual life or social status." The committee also called for legislation to ensure com- plete and factual advertising 7 Forget presentations, while remain- ing creative, entertaining and attractive. Mr. Lalonde and Mr. Cle- ment have made similar demands, especially in the field of beer advertising. The report, the fourth issued by the 11-member com- mittee, also assailed United States influences in domestic advertising. It attacked the practice of U.S.-owned companies con- tracting their advertising either to the U.S. ad agency used by the parent company or a Canadian subsidiary of that company, to the detri- ment of Canadian agencies. The report suggested that no income-tax deductions be allowed for such advertising. It also recommended that advertising placed with a U.S. agency, when the product is aimed at Canadian con- sumers, be disallowed as a tax deduction. Another gripe was the im- portation of creative materials into Canada for advertising purposes, long a bitter pill for domestic talent i The committee rec- ommended that these im- ports be banned except for material "which is essential to accurately represent foreign tourist and recrea- tional facilities." The Canadian Radio-Tele- vision Commission (CRTC) has made similar proposals in the past. The committee also endors- ed the CRTC's avowed inten- tion of limiting the use of U.S. border stations by Canadian advertisers. Saturday, October LETHBRIDGE HERALD-17 TV journalists return to work RE-ELECT Cam Barnes for Council on October 16th 1 Civil settlement TV case 1 seen in LOS ANGELES (AP) David Carradine's lawyer DR. C. A. PALMER DR. A. M. LQCATELLI Optometrists are pleased to announce that DR. GERALD R. MEZEI Is now associated with them in the practice of optometry. 407-5th Streets., Lethbridge Phone 327-4222 LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 10th Game Blackout in 55 Nos. ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money Entry Card All Wood Cards Children Under 18 Net Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Relax in air conditioned comfort BnaJ Comi. LlS VSfOS TUT. Reno. San Francisco. Hollywood. Unrversai Studios. Knots Berry Farm. Fisherman's Wharf. Palm Spnngs Nov. 2. 1 6 days CMslms DttaqM. rnafcn im im TNT Reno. San Francisco. Hollywood. Universal Studios. Knotts Farm. Fisherman's Wharf. Palm Springs Dec 26th 14 days. MAW PnaJW Dm HM TlOr. las Vegas. Reno. San Francisco. Fisherman's Wharf. Hollywood. Universal Studios. Knotts Berry farm. Palm Spnngs Dec 26th 11 days as low as S2SS Bonds MSSff World. VasMSjIOi I.C. TOV. Washington DC Cape Kennedy Space Centre. Cocoa Beach. Fort lauderdate. Miami Beach. Nassau m the Bahamas. Wan Disney World. Pensacola. B Paso. Jurarez Mexico. Phoenix. Las Vegas. Jan. 11th 24 SSSS.SO MMftSOd. Pita SfriOfS. VIpJOS TiOT. Reno. San Francisco. Fisherman's Wharf. Hollywood. Universal StvstHK, Knotts Berry Farm. Jan 11m. 14 days, as low as Las Vegas. Reno. PaVn Jan 16. Feb il.Marchi3fh ii days as low as SX2O TOV. Reno. San Francesco. Fisherman's Wharf. Hollywood, Spates. Knctts Berry Farm Feb Stti. 14 days as tow BSfttO MStf World. frSSNOOJMl I.C. TOST. Washington O.C Cape Kennedy Space Centre. Cocoa Beach, For) laudmwta. Miami Beafli. Nassau in the Bahamas. Wan Disney World. Pensaorta. San Antonio. B Paso. Juarez Mexico. Phoenix. Las Vegas, 9SSS.SO HSMflSOd. 8nOd COIfOI. )JS VlpJH TOST. Bono. San Fisherman's Wharf. Hollywood. Universal Studios. KWHs Berry Farm. Palm Springs March 1st. 16 days as Jow as SM1 BflW HoRdOf Tcor. Reno. San Fjanctsoo. Fisherman's Wharf. Disneyland. Universal Studios. Las Vegas. Palm Springs MardhZTjh. 4 3 days, as low as SSM Grand Opening Draw Winner MR. ft MRS. RANDY T. LETHBR1DGE Trip forSon ROM Sowl Parade Tear Only 2 Expo Trips Left Oct. 10, Nov. 1 3 Departures for Hawaii Jan., Feb., March "World's Only Airline Service On The Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS Pfcons 32t-4474 mbrMBS, AKs. Also Pincher Creek Trwrt says today he expects a civil settlement of a recent episode in which the 37-year-old star of television's Kung Fu was alleged to have ransacked a neighbor's home. But the lawyer, Richard Caballero, who won a three- week continuance Thursday in court, said the performer will plead not guilty to attempted burglary, malicious mischief and trespass if the criminal charges are not dropped.' Singer's granddaughter tries voice Seven-weeks-old Allison Mullavey, granddaughter of singer Gordon MacRae, gets her voice going too as grandfather sings a verse of "Oklahoma" at his Los An- geles, Calif., home. The parents, Greg and Meredith Mullavey look on. Mother is the singer's daughter. Leftist Greek composer's concerts under gov't ban LONDON (Reuter) Tele- vision journalists whose pay strike has blacked out news programs and election coverage on British commer- cial channels since Tuesday voted today to return to work immediately after a new offer by management. A Funeral held for pianist NEW ORLEANS (AP) Friends of jazz pianist Billie Pierce buried her-yesterday with a trumpet blast, a drum roll, and dancing in the streets. Most of New Orleans' music community showed up for the traditional jazz funeral for Billie, 67, and for the procession, led by the hearse and the Olympia Brass Band, that wound its way through narrow downtown streets to St. Louis Cemetery where the band broke into the exuberant Jo A very, dancing began, and the parade swelled to include 700 persons. The offer followed all-night negotiations between the two sides over demands by the Journalists at Independent Television -News (ITN) for a pay deal equal to that of their colleagues in the British Broadcasting Corp. Details of the deal were kept secret but unofficial sources said that during the talks management increased its pay offer by eight per cent to raise it to 29 per cent. ATHENS (AP) Leftist Mikis Theodorakis, famed for his Zorba The Greek musical score, says the Greek govern- ment has banned his concerts "because several persons are afraid of my music." There was no immediate r tTonm JAZZ SCENE" Sunday, October 6th p.m. to 12 midnight 740- 4th Ave. government comment. Theodorakis, who returned to Greece after the fall of the junta in July, said Thursday he scheduled seven concerts in the provinces and three others in Athens. He said the government told him, "without giving a that he could not hold the concerts in the provinces and would be allow- ed to only one in Athens. The composer's music was banned in Greece during the seven years of military rule that ended in July. The ban was lifted when the civilian government took over. His music now is played on the state radio and television networks and his record albums are the country. sold throughout R.A. HOSACK Certified Dwrtal Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304-Sth SL S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BILLY TWO HATS" in color. Starring Gregory Peck and Desi Arnaz Jr. Saturday, October 5 show at and p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLAZING SADDLES" in color. Saturday, October 5 show at p.m. SPECIAL PRICES. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. WARNING! COARSE LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT. "THE FAMILY" in color. Starring Charles Bronson, Telly Savalas and Jill Ireland. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, October 6, 7, 8. Sunday show at p.m. ADULT. Theatre "MCQ" in color. Starring John Wayne. Saturday, October 5 shows at and p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre WALT DISNEY'S "SUPERDAD" Starring Fred McMur- ray. Saturday, October 5 shows at and p.m. FAMILY "GOD FORGIVES, I Starring Terrance Hill. Sunday October 6 shows at p.m. ADULT Show Times GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SAT., OCT. 5th p.m. Music by FIORINO Members and Invited Guests Only DON'T FORGET FOLKS our giant "KIRMES BEERFEST" NOV. 9th Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion SUNDAY-ALL IN-DOOR THEATRE 2 DELUXE SHOWS paramount Now Showing at and p.m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT ZANY BARBRA DOES IT AGAIN Streisand FAMILY Saturday, October 5 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects- 7-00 9 05 FOR PETE'S SAKE. 7.35 9.45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9'05 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT SUNDAY MATINEE Short Subjects 2 15 GOLDEN VOYAGE SINBAD. 2-35 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 2.15 PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subiects. 7.15 9 20 NOT NOW DARLING- 7 40 9 45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.20 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: 7-00 9 00 DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY" 7'25 9-25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9.00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA SUNDAY MATINEE Short Subjects. 2 15 GOLDEN VOYAGE SINBAO 2'3S ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 2.15 GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEY CALL ME TRINITY. 8 00 ALL THE WAY BOYS' 10-10 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. GATES OPEN: 7 30 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES New BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No under 16 yean allowed 'ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Saturday, Oct. Downstairs: "ODD FELLOWS" Upstairs: "RAYMOND CANADIANS" college paramount cinema M paramount cinema NOW SHOWING thru WED. at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT In tht tot Tradition of Sophisticated British Comdy V NOT NCHi SHOWING AT BOTH THEATRES SUNDAY MATINEE ONLY at p.m. Poors open p.m. 518-26 Street South Lethbridge 329-0493 Starts January, 1975 Subscription: 1975 Name Address ADVENTURE BEYOND BELIEF! See it ALL in the Miracle of ADMISSION ALL SEATS Leslie Phillips Joan Sims college cinema NOW SHOWING thru WED. at and p.m. ADULT. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PCIBRMA DOTY MARY HAZY LARRY S- COORBVDEUIXE green acres drive-in SPECIAL Deluxe 8v 1 n X I U COLOR 95 PORTRAIT Choice Selection Four Custom 4 Potes I MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW! A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 -3rd Ave. South 321-0111 Phone 329-O222 ARSENIC OLD LACE TONIGHT and SUNDAY ALSO SffiffUKi BATS OPS) ONE CWTIETE SHOW AT P.M. CLOSED MON-TUES-WED OfMA A COMEDY IN 3 ACTS Presented by PLAYGOERS of LETHBRIDGE Yates Memorial Centre Oct. and 20 p.m. Tfclratt at Utotefe ;