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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September LETHBRIDGE million budget for project Canadian film venture launched MONTREAL (CP) A ma- jor film venture and a major theatre project got off the ground this week, helped along by a single bition. Astral Belle vue Pa the Ltd., the country's largest Cana- dian owned photographic organization, announced plans for the production of four full- length feature films with an over-all budget of million. Harold Greenberg, Astral president, said Canadians R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304-5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge "have everything we need to make films right cellent technical facilities, ex- citing locations, creative talent, co-operative unions and government aid." The films are scheduled for production this year and next. Mr. Greenberg. who has helped in the financing of sev- eral Canadian films, including The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz. U-Turn and Lies My Father Told Me, said Canadians may see the crea- tion of a Hollywood on the St. Lawrence. "Canada can become the next motion picture centre of the world within the next five years and Canadians can par- ticipate in creating an in- dustry that will hold its place film GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat., Sept. 21 p.m. Music by: VINCE DITRICK Members and InvitedGuests Only FUN FOR EVERYONE from 18 to 80 Nov. 9 Exhibition Pavilion "KIRMAS ANDBEERFEST" ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVJENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Wch (No Number Limit) IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No one inder 16 yean allowed ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Saturday. Sept. "TABER SUGAR BEAT" Upstairs-'CHARADES" LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 56 numbers 10th Game Blackout in 57 Nos. ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Gams Prize Money Entry Card All Wood Cards 50c Children Under 16 Not Allowed Birgo will also be played in the club room fa members and their invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. in comion Eastern dnida AotomR Daves Toor. Montreal. Qoifcw dry. Prim Edward Island. Ulifax. Ottawa. Toronto. Niagara Fans. Oct. 1st. 23 days, as low as Oiswjlind. Grand Caitjon Las Vijas. Hot. ZM. 16days Christmas Disnfyland. Pnidini Bowl Tow. Ow. 26.14 toys Christmas Dfewylnd. ftsaderu Pass Bow? Tow. Dm. 26th 11 days, as cwis Rorifla Dtsroy WorW VasWnpjon O.C., Jsn.11.24days Canada Holiday Disneyland. Palm Sjrinos. Us Vegas. Only 2 Expo Tups Let Oct 10. Nov. 1 3 Departures for Hawaii Jan., Feb., March "World3 Scv Ground' NORTHERN BUS TOURS e, 327-3538 329-4474 Also Hncher Creek Travel Centre but in the international markets. "Sure, it's ambitious, we can do it." Ambition also marked the unveiling Tuesday of the Cen- Uiur Theatre's offerings for the coming season, a program which runs the gamut from Hamlet to Frankenstein. Centaur, the only full-time professional English-language theatre company between Fredericton and Ottawa, is nearing the end of a expansion of its quarters in the former Stock Exchange Building in Od Montreal. Six plays are to be presented during the season which begins Nov. 21 with Summer by Hugh Leonard, the story of three married couples who picnic together on two occasions six years apart. Summer will be followed by L) H Lawrence's The Daugh- ler-in-law. and Norman Bethune by Rod Langley, which Centaur commissioned with the Globe Theatre in Regina. Shakespeare's Hamlet, Frankenstein by Walter Learning and Alden Nowlan. and People Are Liv- ing There by South African playwright Aphol Fugard will complete the season. As part of an extensive ex- pansion program to update the theatre's interior, Centaur is converting its current facilities into an experimental studio theatre and constructing a new mamstage theatre in an unused portion of the building. MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL-8 Ave. and 13SI. N. Saturday, Sept. 21 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by the "LONGACRES" Members and invited guests DON'T DEBATE BUT HEAR WHAT CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS REALLY BELIEVE. Come to this Christian Science lecture "PRAYER POWER" by Albert B. Crichlow, C.S. of Petit Valley, Trinidad Tuesday September p.m. Lethbridge Public Library No no obligation, but helpful. Due to our recent Remodelling Program THE ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE requires 2 Bar Men or Ladies 3 Lounge Salaries are negotiable, fringe benefits included. Experience preferred, but we are willing to train if you are willing to work. Phone 327-7219 for appointment interview SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "PAPILLON" in color. Starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman. Saturday. September 21. Show at p.m. ADULT. FORT M AC LEOD-Empress Theatre "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" in color. Starring Burt Lancaster and Susan Clark. Saturday. Sep- tember 21 Show at 8-00 p.m. SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN. "HARRY IN YOUR Starring James Coburn. Waiter Pidgeon and Tnsh Van Devere. Sunday. Monday. Tuesday. September 22. 23. 24. Sunday show at p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre "BILLY TWO HATS" starring Gregory Peck and Desi Arnaz Jr. Saturday, September 21 shows at and p.m. ADULT. "HEADS OR TAILS" Sunday. September 22 show a! p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "THE WAY WE WERE" in color. Starring Barbara Striesand and Robert Redford Saturday, September 22 shows at and 9 00 p.m. ADULT.__________ Wins big judgment Tears show in the eyes of actress Don's Day as she talks to reporters about the million awarded her in a Los Angeles Superior court judgment against her former attorney and investment counselor. In trial of her suit against Jerome Rosenthal, which lasted about six months, Miss Day contended she had lost the money through investments made by Rosenthal. New film censor former CBC man TORONTO (CP) O. J. Silverthorne, who retires Sept. 30 after 40 years as On- tario's film censor, is con- vinced his job is unnecessary. His successor, Don Sims, a soft-spoken CBC radio inter- viewer, understandably dis- agrees. "AH I'm going to say about the future is that I'm looking forward to this said the 60-year-old native of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., who is best known for his work on North- ern Ontario Roundup and the late-night Don Sims Show. "Until I've talked to the peo- ple I'll be working with, I'm telling nobody about my philosophy or anything con- nected with the job." Mr. Silverthorne often went beyond his own conscience in passing films, making Ontario the province with the least censorship in Canada. Advertisers face issue on TV ads TORONTO (CP) The Globe and Mail says the federal government is con- sidering legislative action for- bidding advertisers to deduct expenditures on United States television stations from tax- able revenue. The newspaper says a spokesman for Finance Minister John Turner said he was unaware of any discus- sion of the issue, but he added it would probably develop either in the communications department or the secretary of state department, both of which are concerned with broadcasting and cultural matters. The move was first re- quested three years ago by the Canadian Radio-Television Commission as a way of deterring Canadian adver- tisers from buying advertising time on U.S. border television stations instead of Canadian stations, the newspaper says. Choice Selection Four Custom Poses MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW1 A. E. CROSS STUDIO SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710-3rd Ave. South 328-0111 Phone "If we went any further, I think the morality squad would come to pick me he said. "I'm ashamed of some of the things I've passed.'" But he passed the films be- cause he believes people have a right to watch what they want, despite his strict Bap- tist upbringing. "My dad didn't even believe in shining his boots on Sun- day. When I got away from home I didn't want to go to church as often. So in this job I don't want to force other people into the repression I've had." Mr. Silverthorne's Baptist sensibilities were buffeted most recently by Last Tango in Paris, a movie that did for sex what Ulysses did for lan- guage. "We just closed our eyes and ears and let it go. Who am I to tell people they can't see But he only stretches so far. "The distributors know if they sent me Deep Throat, I'd throw it out and call the po- lice." The film censor's greatest problem today comes from small companies that produce explicit violence and sex. "We have not removed one inch from any film made by the major companies for three years. The film industry is happy with our work." Even theatres that special- ize in showing "garbage" are left with enough films to keep their customers without br- inging in the morality squad. "I don't think I could stay on this job if the morality squad ever walked in and seized a picture we'd passed. I'd just feel it meant we didn't know our job." His critics are many on both sides. Church officials, small-town mayors and police chiefs have attacked him for allowing dir- ty movies into their com- munities and demanded more strict government control. "But they were given a flat no. I've never had any inter- ference from anyone in or out of government in my 40 years." Nor could the board be bought by distributors looking for approval of a con- troversial movie. Show Times September 21 PARAMOUNT THEATRE CHINATOWN 7-00 S 10 LAST COMPLETE SttOW S 10 No S'icrri Subjects ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA SIXTH Subjects 7 15 S 20 NOT NOW DARLING 7 40 9 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9iOO RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA DlfiTV MATY LAZY J.ARHY 725925 LAST COMPLETE SHOW SOD ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DOTVE IN LITTLE BIG MAN SOD MAN CALLED HORSE 1040 ONE COMPLETE SHOW S 00 GATES OPEN 7 30 ADULT MOT SUITABLE CHILDREN NEEDS NO CASH STATE FOR KAOLIN Walker Cavanaugh ol San Georgia leads the United Mateo. Calif., has acquired a States in production of kaolin, collection of 270 credit cards, a fine white clay used to give all diiferent. paper products a glossy finish Note: All In-Door Theatres 2 Shows Sundays! See Time tchedulea for ahow times paramount NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Including Sunday ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN paramount mm NOT NO% 2 SHOWS 2 at and p.m. Including Sunday In the best tradition of sophisticated British comedy. RESTRICTED ADULT BILLFRASER MOnttUSIERDERRENNESBIlT JOUiSIMS BARBARA WINDSOR college cinema NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Including Sunday ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN THERE'S NOTHIIT THEY WON'T DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY TONIGHT SUNDAY Open p.m. Complete Show p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN green acres drive-in DLST1N HOffMAN UTTLE BIO MAN" f Snaviaon5 Technicolor 2 BIG FEATURES "A MAN CALLED HORSE" In Color Starring Richard Harrit green acres drive-in Them do anything for money! NO JOB TOO NMD TO KINDLE. STARTING MONDAY RESTRICTED ADULT THESE G1PLS DO EXACTLY WHAT YOU THINK THEY DO 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES GlWt Opwi p.m. Ont tfxm pjn. ;