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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WtLCOMI AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Uthbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, APRIL 17, LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL HI DIDDLE are some of.the zany frlendi will appearing wwkly on a half-hour-children', color series Hf Diddle Day Saturday el .1 p.m. on channel 7. Ths puppet master is Noreen Young. Award-Winning Puppetry Series The unique puppetry of No- reon Young has been known and enjoyed by Ottawans for a number of years'. Noroen's tal- ents will be- exhibited to the rest of the nation .when the Ohio Award-winning children's series Hi Diddle Day begins 26-week run in color on the CBC-TV network Saturday, ''April IB, at 1 p.m.- over Chan- net V. The series locale is Crab- grass, a mythical Canadian community. Mrs. Diddle, the mayoress of Oabgrass, has a remodelled Victorian house in which live a number of zany characters. These puppets create family situations that are part of a child's everyday life. Entertaining films and guests are Included In each ttiow: Noreen Young was born In Ottawa. Puppets entered her lite while she waa in public school. Korean's puppets she "the rubber have been appearing on CBC .television In Ottawa since 1060. On Feb. 19 of this year Hi riddle Day won an Ohio State Award. The pro- gram had been entered in the Performing Arts and Humanl tics category." The -citation road: "A delightful, clever, en gaging and. imaginative chil dren's program. Broadcasters would do well to evaluate the standards set by this dcllshtfu half-hour when dealing with a youthful audience." Too Well Done A man-made storm create! for the Guns of Navaronc halans were. I .considered this m odd question. I said I want- ed to be nn actress. They laugh- ed at They thought it. would be too difficult and I'd give Barbara got the same reac- tion from college drama in- structor in her Junior year. 'Oh, he said, 'you'll never be an actress. You'll go through school, many and have children." 'I told him he.was said Barbara. "I left at the end of my Junior year. I; couldn't, take that negative attitude." Barbara. Anderson not only became an aotraw, but also an Emmy winner in the first year of-her tirst series. Iron- side, in which she portrays Po- licewoman Eve Whitfield, on.. the NBC Television Network. She was nominated for an Em- my again in her second "Ray (Raymond Burr) made an off-the-cuff remark that first season (hot he may not re- member but that I'll never for- said Barbara. "I was having trouble with a director. Ray took me aside and said, 'By the time you get out of this series you will have worked with enough directors and actors that nettling will throw you any more.' He doesn't know-how right he was. Since then I've made it point to be aware of what throws me and how to overcome it. remark came at crucial mo- ment for me." Barbara came to Hollywood five years ago. She still has the clipping thot gave her courngc to persevere. "I wag literally she said. "A hamburger was big thing. I wns doing a play, Now Darkness, in a dumpty theatre. Just before going to bod one night I was reading a review of various 'plays. The writer went on to say how bad the plays were. He tore ours apart. I didn't want to continue reading and was about to turn the light off when I saw my name. The reviewer gave me three paragraphs. As I read, I started tremblfrg." BARBARA. AKfDERSON kindly words'at crucial moment Barbara quoted from me- mory. The reviewer wrote: "Barbara Anderson has in- deed the equipment to be fine actress one of the best of our time. But what will hap- pen is an agent will discover her, she will be placed under contract to a studio, she will disappear and it will be our loos indeed." "I never forgot those words." said Barbara. "I had just turn- ed 21. I had been working since IS. I had done 45 plays before coming to Los Angeles. I car- ried the clipping around for long time. I have it at home now and I (till look at it once in a while. Tt wag very sary for me." It took two years for Bar- to be discovered and placed under contract to Uni- versal. But she's not worried about disappearing. "You. can be a good'actress in any medium, not just ttie she said. Barbara has no doubts as to which in more termination or talent. "A person who has tenacity will make it, even if be isn't the most talented in the world, she said, Barbara Anderson proved she has both.. DOWNTOWN 6O4-40I 3rd Avo. Phono 337-5747 NORTH LETHBRIDOE ai 324 13th Jlroot N. Phono 321-4441 OENERAl ELECTRIC DELUXE INCH ELECTRIC MOWER EARLY BIRD LAWN MOWER SALE Top of (fi. Hno will, foldcwor cnremo .wtno- .yj, h.ndl. with pu.h. slop and rtart, wh..l lob.r r Only P 74 fc CONVENIENT TERMS! Opon till p.m. Thundor friJ. Pownlown Ird Av.. S. 327-1747 L.rhkridf. 124 It. H. IM-4441 ;