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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Film producers blasted Thursday, Octobfrir, LETHBRIDQE MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) Most film producers are inept and lack the skills necessary to develop characters, Academy Award winner Celeste Holm says. Miss Holm, who won an Oscar for her role in the movie Gentleman's Agreement, said people in Hollywood treated her -like "fresh meat" when she began her career. LIKE GIRLS "What they like in Hollywood is girls, not Miss Holm said. "Girls say, 'Yes, Women say, 'Wait a minute.' "It is easy to make a film filled with violence that catches attention im- mediately. What is more dif- ficult is creating the miracle of the individual character." It is so difficult that she has trouble finding a script worth doing, she said. FANS WASTE NO TIME David Bowie's Toronto June appearance was sold out more than a month in advance, without a single paid advertisement. TV newsman daughter aims to become actress I green acres i drive-in THURSDAY LOS ANGELES (AP) She looks somewhat like a young Katharine Hepburn, with her freckled good looks, boyish figure and long auburn hair. She bears a famous name, Cronkite, but Cathy aims to LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. North WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT In The Clubrooms THURSDAY, OCT. 17th Accordion sty lings by "BOB" FRIDAY and SATURDAY October 18th and 19th "12 Street'B'Band" Members and Invited Guests w ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8p.m. 16 GAMES NIW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE under 16 yesrt allowed PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS A 'ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY WICKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday, October METROS" Saturday, October COUNTRY 4" MUSIC MAKERS" paramount SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "HUCKLEBERRY FINN" a musical adaptation. Starring Jeff East, Paul Winfield and Harvey Korman. In color. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 17, 18, 19. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MY NAME IS NOBODY" starring Terence Hill. Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday, October 17, 18, 19. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "MAME" starring Lucille Ball and Beatrice Arthur.- Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 17, 18, 19. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. Theatre "BLAZING Starring Gene Wilder and Clea- von Little. In color. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, "October 17, 18, 19. Thursday shows at 7-00 and p.m. ADULT. SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. EAMEAUON.GET SHOT OUT OF A CANNON. WASH AN ELEPHANT. JEMUCO WIU. 00 ANYTHING TO BECOME CLOWN CP VISTAVISION JERRY LEWIS ALSO SHOWING SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING THEATRES ORPHEUM THEATRE BLAIRMORE ROXY THEATRE COLEMAN VOGUE THEATRE FERNIE NOW OPEN and Ready to Serve You SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S FIRST FULL TIME MAJOR RECORDING STUDIO 530 5th Street S. SERVICES Phone 328-5074 Modern Studios-Professional equipment (4 track Scul- ly tape recorder tape. 2 track Revox, 16 in. 4 out mixing board, equalizers. Quad Eight Reverb, crown amplifier, JBL 4300 monitor speakers, microphones by Shure, AKG and Also available for your use at no extra cost. Studio Piano, Organ, Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Electric Bass and Amplifiers. (Available at low hourly rate the magic sound of the world-famous Studio Musicians available. DONNPETRAK SHIRLEY ANN BigChtef Recording Artist' HOW CAN WE SERVE YOU? Rock, Country and Gospel Record that next "Demo" or "Master" in Lethbridge. Songwriters. We do custom "Demos" and "Masters" and help promote your songs. We have our own B.M.I and Capac Publishing Firms. Do you sing, play a musical instrument or rscita poetry? Why not put your talent on record? We call these records "Portraits of They're fun, they're inexpensive and they make excellent mementos and are tops as gifts for all occasions. (How about a gift of yourself to friends or loved ones this FUND RAISING Recording and selling records affords an easy and profitable method for raising money for any purpose. Churches can record their choir and sell to members, friends and other churches outside of town as an excellent means of raising money. Band and vocal departments of schools can sell records to raise money for new uniforms, travel expenses for distant concerts, etc. For further details and information on your specific requirements, call and discuss this with us School duplicating of all types (tapes to discs, cassettes, etc.) We can look after all your record pressing needs. Singles, LP's, right from disc to jacket. Drop in and look us over... we welcome browsers! Studio Hours: p.m. Monday through Saturday? paramount WALTER CRONKITE make it on her own as an actress. Her luck so far? ONE START "Well, I've had one part in nine she says. "Sometimes it's discouraging, but then I think of the actors who have been here eight years and never got a single part." Cathy has the same kind of buoyant optimism that has helped make her fahter, Walter Cronkite, the longest lasting anchor man in televi- sion network news. PAYING ON WAY To pay expenses, including drama classes at the Loft Theatre, she works six nights a week in the box office of the Roxy Theatre, site of the rock musical The Rocky Horror Show. She is 24, born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in New York. So far her only role has been in a segment of The Waltons, which will appear in November. Hollywood museum planned LOS ANGELES (Reuter) After 25 years of dissention, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced here that agreement has been reached to build a museum of the Hollywood entertainment industry. About million worth of exhibits, including sets of some of Hollywood's most famous films and costumes of stars, have been sitting in warehouses for years because of lack of financing and civic and industry support for the museum. The museum is to be located on Hollywood Boulevard, where the pavement is inset with brass stars com- memorating the names of famous stars of films, televi- sion and radio. Nominate book for top prize EDMONTON (CP) A book by Dr. Joe Meeker, senior tutor in humanities at Athabasca University, has been nominated for a Pulitzer prize in literature. The book. Comedy of Sur- vival studies in literary ecology, is a study of the relationship between literature and the biological sciences, showing how the philosophy and literary works of western man have affected the use of his environment. Dr. Meeker, 42, was inform- ed Wednesday by the publisher Charles Scribners" Sons of New York that the book had been nominated for the best iron fiction of 1974. Dr. Meeker holds a PhD in comparative literature and is a consultant to the U.S. National Parks Bnreau. Andy Williams theft victim NEW YORK (AP) While singer Andy Williams was tak- ing a shower Tuesday, a woman pretending to be bis wife stole three of his paydre- qoes. a cheque book, four tm- edoes and two leather jackets, police said Wednesday. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Firel show stirts it 7p.m. iigh country adventure WALT DISNEY FAMILY TECHNICOLOR' i L.' and just for the FUN of it1'' aramount cinema LAST TIMES TONIGHT at p.m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT ADULT OVERTONES in l Hilirioys Gundy laibici Streisand FRI. AND SAT. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN A girl with a great following... 600 troopers on her tail. And the rest of the country cheering her oa mmmn riff urn nun tnt. ouanmnnu Also Showing 'Newman's Law" 6tor" Peppard LAST TIME TONIGHT "The Don Is Ond" with Anthony Qulnn "High Plains Drifter" with Clint Eastwood paramount I cinema STARTS TOMORROW Pentield was a New England girls school in 1955 The curriculum ranged from Latin to Etiquette... From Shakespeare to Field Hockey. There were a few things the school didn't teach. That's what this movie Shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN is about. a RICHARD A. ROTH production Slatnng RUIRA SUE MM BEfSY SLADE- RWKER SIEVENSON'GtORGE OHILQN JR- MICHEL lEGiW STARTS TOMORROW paramount Shows it md p.m. 8th St. 4th Ave. South, 327-5100 And MARRY ME1AF9NK As Geechte Dan FAMILY FAMILY UPTOWN 6AWURDAW They get funny when you mess with their money AsStwtpEyeWasMngiori PAU1A JMMMW 6EKKA RO6COB NEC CA6M CA1VIN ;