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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurlday, October 12, 1972 THE LETHBRiBOE HERALD 7 ROCK MUSICAL BEFORE CAMERA Producer director Mormon Jewison, left, demonstrates how he wants an aclor lo wash the feet of Jesus, portrayed by during filming of the movie version of tli e rock musical "Jesus Chrisl Superstar." The film, being shot in Bethlehem, where it all began, promises lo be a mixture of ontiqmty and mod. __________ Winners to be announced Film ban a loser TORONTO (CP) The win- ner of the Hear Canada Singing Contest wili be announced in December, sponsors of the competition said here. The contest, advertised on GOOD FOOD FINE ART QUICK CHANGE 306 13th St. North OTTAWA (CP) Wage and ?ricc controls usually work against "the little guy" and in- troducing such measures would widen the gap between rich and poor, economist David P. Ross, program director the Cana- dian Council on Social Develop- ment, said Wednesday. The moderate success of the year-old program of controls in the United States has again raised the idea of similar ones in Canada, he said. Dr. Ross was elaborating on an article in this month's issue of Canadian Welfa-c, the coun- cil's journal, in which he said wage-price controls cause more hardships for low income groups than high-income ones. When voluntary controls were suggested in 1969, the business sector welcomed the idea but opposed it, lie said. More the Chamber of Com- merce has supported controls. But those on Ihe low end of the income scale would be most affected. "It is the above-average in- come earner who is best equipped to milk the svstem of its maximum he said tracled about songs about IT j Canada and customs. 'Wage cortrols work most cf. Molson's Brewery Ltd., co- fectively against those with sponsor of the fullest with the little bargaining power. They OTTAWA (CP) A "case of i misunderstanding" between Ihe j taxation department in Ottawa and the National Film Board in Montreal resulted in a jointly- iroduced film on Income-tax fraud being withdrawn from Ihe Canadian Film Axvards In Toronto during the weekend. The fictional drama, The Sloane Affair, "hadn't been given final department ap- L. M. Smith, director of information services for the uages" and the French-Ian- uage production Is slill being worked on, he said. "We wanted to review It again. We wanted to be certain the impression the film Hockey Night in Canada tele- casts last spring and carrying a first-place prize, has at- dcpartment, said today. "As a department we want to take a more careful look at he said. "It Is possible we may ask for one or two minor changes." Mr. Smith said the film, a 55' minute production, was basic ally to show the work of the de- partment and to let taxpayers know what is done In case of tax evasion. "Tax evasion ic a field we laven't talked loo much abou n the past and we felt it was in ,hc public interest to know how we handle it." Mr. Smith said the NFB hai done "an excellent job" in th< film, but that the deoartmen hadn't expected it to be ready for public release until early in the new year. Its release was "a case of misunderstanding." As well, the department was "sensitive on the subject of re- leasing material in both lan- CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "RYAN'S U.U'GHTFTv" In Metrocolor. Starring Robert Mitclmm. Trevor Howard. Sarah Miles and John Mills. Thursday, Fridav and Saturday. October 12, 13 and 14. Thursday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "WAR BETWEEN MAN AND WOMEN" In color. Star- ring Jack Lemmon and Barbara Harris. Thursday. Fri- day and Saturday, October 12, 13 and 14. Thursday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "JOE KIDD'' In Technicolor. Starring Clint Eastwood. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 12, 13 and 14. Thursday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. TABER Tower Theatre "HANNIE CAULDER" In Color. Starring Raquel Welch and Robert Clllp. Thursday and Friday, October 12 and 13. Thursday shows at and p.m, Restricted adult. Canadian Conference of the Arts, presented a concert Tues- day for the press in which 2G of the top entries the six finalist entries and 20 other top contenders. Contest officials announced are the ones whose skills are in decreasing demand and who can't beat the system. The wage control system can be beaten by "loading un on Ihe fringes." he said. Fringe benefits can be increased in- Mr. Smith 6aid the depart- ment put up about but lie did not know the total cost of Ihe production. "We regret the fact that It wasn't possible to show It (at the he said. "I didn't New TV network to offer shares MONTREAL (CP) Global, Communication Ltd., Canada's tliird English-language tele- vision network which will hegin operations in Ontario Jan. 1, 1974, has announced it will offer shares to the public, The offer, representing more than million, will give the public a majority of Hie out- standing shares. Global received approval last July from the Canadian Radio- Television Commision to oper- ate the network. A. A. Bruner, president and chief executive officer of Global, said following a news conference Tuesday that the company hopes eventually to extend its service across Can- ada via satellite or microwave. The CRTC has called for ap- plications for television licences for operations in Vancouver, Edmonton and Winnipeg, Ontario transmitters will be located near Ottawa, Toronto, Paris, Windsor, Sarnia anil Bancraft. Mr, Bruner said the network win reach an initial potential audience of 7.3 million people. know about the entry until late last week." Cerald Pratlcy, awards jury chairman, was critical of the removal of the movie. "This is a film made with the taxpayers' money and they're being deprived of seeing what their money is used for." In Montreal, David Novek, NFB director of information, said the film was just com- pleted "and our people went too fast in entering it in the con- test." "Vv'e were too taken by the film." As sponsor of lh? film, the revenue department's approval should have been obtained be- fore arranging for the film to be shown. Mr. Novek said there is no question of the film being shelved. "Negtiations are under way to self it to the CEC and it will probably be released by about the beginning of next year." Mayor drowns EMPORIA, Va. (AP) The body of Emporia Mayor George F. Lee, missing since last Sat- urday when he was swept away in the flooding Meherrin River, was found yesterday. Police said Lee's body was found float- ing in the river about 150 feet from his home. vision will present a special with the six finalists. One of the finalists appearing Tuesday was Brett McNaueal of KirkSand Lake, Ont., who rang liis Whole Lot of Pride. The song, he said, is dedicated "to my mum and dad." AnoUiiir ui me hiA enuies titiii in the running for the was Something I Love by Ted Roberts, a guitarist who has worked with Ttie Travellers. Joe Halt-Cook of Toronto did the lyrics. Another was The Old Man, the Crow and the Dam, written and sung by Dayton Brillinger of the Sudbury, Ont. area. counts, leased autos. These things are available to the executive, but not to the man on the assembly line. Fires 6 shots by mistake WASHINGTON (AP) A guard at the Jordanian em- bassy fired six shots at a pass- ing truck today in the mistaken belief that a bomb was being thrown at the embassy, police reported. Three bullets struck the truck hut not the driver. The bullets, The other Uiree final entries however, narrowly missed a po- I were written by Marty Butler of Montreal, Maurice Singfield Jr., described by contest offi- cials as coming from Quebec's Eastern Townships, and Luc Piamondon and Mario Bruneau, two French Canadian writers. liceman standing on the corner j near the embassy. Police said the guard, Mo- hammed Khair, fired at the i truck as it turned around in the block on which the embassy is located and dropped off a pack- COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT -CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING Oct. Ott. Oct. Oct. Oct. IS FRITZ SICK Hour Swim (Adults Only) Swim Swim 3-6 Swim 1 5 p.m. Family Swim o 8 ADAMS PARK ICE Mothers and Pre-school Skating 10-12 Noon Public Skate 7-9 Skaling 2-4 p.m. 8-10 Skating p.m. Public Skata 3-5 p.m. Family Skate Skating 7-9 Skaling 2-4 Public Skaling p.m. HENDESSOM PARK ICE BRAZILIAN GOLD BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil (AP) Gold mines in Minas Gerais state will be reopened because of the rising gold price on world markets, a state offi- cial said. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in Ihe AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Organ Stylings by "MARTHA CLINE" CABARET "BLUEJAY" (From Calgary) THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY Everyone Admitted Free of Charga Auto insurance rebate coming BOSTON (AP) A lion rebate on auto insurance premiums paid in (he first year of Massachusetts' no-fault law should begin filtering back to motorists within the next 30 days, Gov. Francis Sargent said yesterday. Tte rebate, which amounts to approxi mately a 27-per-cent return ol premiums paid by motorists in 1971 for compuisory bodily-in jury coverage, will bring to about million the total re- duction in bodily-injury pre miums for 1971 compared with 1970. Not for kids FERRAliA, Italy (AP) Five children, four to eight years old, were taken to hospi- tal after they swallowed contra- ceptive pills they thought were candy. They suffered stomach upsets but were not in serious condition. Easy Choice, The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. "ROBERTS and AKA1'' Profession at Taps Recorders and Stereo Available at JACK'S RADIO R T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phono CHILDREN'S SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE "TARZAN GOES 70 INDA" IN TECHNICOLOR STARRING JACK MAHONEY Box Office Openi p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. ALL SEATS THIS SHOW 7St Life for highjackers CANBERRA (Renter) The Australian government in- troduced anti-hijack legislation in Parliament Wednesday pro- viding a maximum penalty of life imprisonment fence. for the of- MILUONS SWAP VISITS BERLIN (AP) Almost five million West Berliners and West Germans have visited East Germany so far this year, the Communist party news- paper Ncues Deutschland re- ported here. :M, 'New Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Butterflies are Free'1 Last Complete Show roLLEr.r; CINEMA Short Subjects "The Kevcngers" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Closed Tonight DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental MPchanlt Suilo 8-304 5lh 51. S. Ph. 327-7244 Ifthhr'tlr.. GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT B P.M. {SHOWING FRI., SAT, and SUN. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT as JAMES BOND "DrNo' SEAN CQNKEIIY Bl JAMES BOND in mm DR.KO JEAN CONNERYJAMES BOND SKFHtfSFSi HX'JWSilliWX _ ILiEf I P. EFffiCCtl iwesFRDM RUSSIA WITH LOVE SEANCOIHtRYJAMESBOND r .-T pUCh-L Ettl n ifOruS EJv t. f ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1257 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 52 NOS. IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IF no Bingo called after 54 numbers we will continue for 10A GAME- PICTURE FRAME NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for E1KS and INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, OCT 12 BERTI and HIGA FRIDAY, OCT. 13 BERTI and HIGA SATURDAY, OCT. 14 THE SEVEN PLAYBOYS Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. li LABOR OLtJB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13lh ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY THE OLD TIME GROUP "AlBERTANS" FRIDAY "VIBRATIONS" SATURDAY "TAMARAX" Members and Inviied Guests! 4 4 4 4 4 4 GEORGE C. SCOTT STACY KEACB THE NSW CENTURIONS RESTRICTED ADUIT NOW SHOWSNG AT AND P.M. ADUIT CINEMA AVE 8lh ST 377 SIOO NOW SHOWiNG at and p.m. AFFIANKOVICH PRODUCTION BUTTERFLIES ABE FREE 4 A Tonite Thru. Sat. at and p.m. HE BOUGHT SIX MEN OUT OFHELL AWJTHEY BROUGHT (T WITH THEM. THESE ARE WIUIIK HOLDEf-KBSEST BOB6STJJE WOODT STBODI-SUSAH HATWAUD ADULT ADULT ;