Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
fritluy, August JO, THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! I'MHMY SPOUTS: National Koollwll LcaKiic. Inhibition (iainr, p.m., Cli. Jl: Cleveland Browns meet Hie Dallas Cowboys, losers lo Baltimore Colts in lust January's Super Howl. MOVIE: The Wroiiu liox, li p.m., Cli. 9: A hilarious Vic- torian farce will] an all-star British casl. Ralph Richardson, John Mills and Michael Caine star. WESTERN: Alias Smilli and Jones, 7 p.m., Cii. 13: Smith ami Jones buck everything from gentle persuasion to outright muscle in their determination to learn who's trying to ride (hem out of lawn. VARIETY: Here Ccimc the Stars, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: George Jessel is the host with Martha Rayc, comics Marty Allen, Dave Barry and Dick Patterson and singers Billy Daniels and Morgana King Lhu guests. IMOVIE: Conspiracy to Kill, 8 p.m., Cli. 13: A made- far-TV movie with Itoberl Conrad starring as a deputy dis- slricl attorney who wins a manslaughter conviction then has second thoughts about (he testimony of his own key wit- ness. William Conrad, Don Slrtmd and Steve Ilmat also star. MOVIE: Suddenly. Last .Hummer. p.m.. Cli. 7: A story probing the violent and erotic aura surrounding the mysterious rfealh of a fashionable poet. Elizabell) Tayjor, Katharine Hepburn and Montgomery Clitt star. MOVII5: Portrait ill Black, p.m., Cli. A woman and a doctor arc blackmailed after the murder of lire wom- en's invalid Imsband. Stars arc Lana Turner and Anthonv Quinn. SATL'llDAY BASEBALL: rittsliurRti Pirate's vs. Cinc-imiali Itcds, a.m., Cli. 8: Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek report the action from Cincinnati. SPOUTS: l.illlc League Cliainpioiiships, I: p.m., Cli. 13: The Canadian final in Saint Laurent, Quebec with the Lethbridge Lakeside All-Stars one of. the four competing teams. 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(t) Wovio: Runny (c) Tlio Wrnnf] Rnx (c) fl On Anhirs l-im J'JO Npwr, Ic) Irnnsido (c) Scoolicy Don News News (c) Thn Monkces tc) Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Greot Falls Channel 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11) FRIDAY SATURDAY SIX'l, link A 00 I 7'f'l i d I ry l.r M.in Alivn fi .1.00 I pis M.ikc fl U) J ,10 rhildhoorl Hi LnOianlrij Don't feel sorry for lucky Jill HOLLYWOOD fAl'l "It's difficui not to be jealous of says Jill St. John. "I am so incredibly lucky, and so many wonderful, nifty, marvel- louse things happen lo me.1' Still, Jill is discontent. She says she plans to get out of her golden rut, just "take off." Aflcr, of course, the denoue- ment of the latest wonderful, nifty, marvelous thing that has happened Lo her. She's caught James Pjond. The flame-haired actress, bet-; ter known for her enticing face j and ''irm than her emoting, has a plum role in Diamonds are Forever, which marks the re-j turn 0, Sean Connory as the sexy superspy, James Bond. Jill, as Tiffany, his first; American girl-friend, has the' distinction of being the first I Bond playmate to survive the' closing credits. "She's a very smart j says Jill of Tiffany. "She's a survivor. In some ways, she's a lot like me." What has Jill survived? Well, a difficult though profitable childhood as an actress; two brief though glamorous mar- Lance Revenllow and singer Jack Jones; and dozens of ,'aci'ous scxpot roles in for- gettable made my lines easier (o remember; they were always the same." FRIEND TO ADVISER Feeling sorry for Jill is diffi- She survives in style. There s her magnificent home on a hilltop in Beverly Hills with a view of the valley and an interior crammed with antiques. Thoie's her string of boy- friends, ranging from tilled roy- ally lo President Nixon's special adviser for national security, Henry Kissinger. Of Kissinger, she "He's a U'iend for life And there's her swinging jet-set existence, trotting about the globe when the fancy strikes. "1 lead a great she says. I'd be the last one lo bitch about it. ''I travel around, and ski in the winter and go to al! the best watering holes. The only differ- ence between me and the rest of the people at these places is Ilia. I work the rest of the yea-." "It's very difficult lo be my says Jill. "I've gotten everything in life that 1 ever wanted. I may not have been able to keep it for very long, but 1 gr'- it." Everything? Well, not quite. At 30, Jill admits she envies women with solid marriages and flocks of children. "My fondest wishes have been blesset upon someone else." Choreographer in demand IIK.ADS WOMEN'S GROUP OSLO, Norway (Renter) Olive Lanyon Farquharson. a housewife from Essex, England, was elected president of the seven-million-mcmber Associa- tion of Country Women of the World Wednesday. THE MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE Saturday, August 9 p.m. to a.m. POLISH HALL-13IH St. N. Music by THE WESTERNERS FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB "SOMMERFEST" HELP US CELEBRATE THE ZENITH OF SUMMER SAT., AUGUST p.m. AT THE CLUB HALL 6lh Streel and 9th Avenue N. Music by "THE DIAMOND FOUR" MEMBERS AND GUESTS Maul Lukas, above, winner of an finy A for lies I ;iclor in HJKi, (Iicil in ;i hospital in Tangier, Morocco, lie Restricted moi'w out of bounds CHATHAM. Out. (CP) A "restricted'1 movie was out of bounds ycsiml.iy for two Chatham parents who at- tempted Lo lake Ihcir 10- wceks-old baby in with Ihem. The parents, uho com- plained lo (he police, said the baby wakes al 30-minufe in- tervals for feeding, and they could not afford a baby sitter at home. Thcalre officials said the "r c s t r i c c d" designation means that no person under can lie admitted lo a movie, and no exceptions are made, even for infants in arms. The parents told police the problem be Laken up with provincial Treasurer W. Darcy M'-Kcmigh, MPP for Chatham-Kent. 1 WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY "FOUR HITS AND A MISS" SATURDAY "PEOPLES CHOICE" AT THE k MINERS' LIBRARY r 733 13th St. N. k MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! 4 4 Batman, Uobiu file JaMsuil for 86 million LOS ANGELES Bal- man and Robin of television liave filed a SG million lawsuit charging Lhcy were never paid j their share of profits from items merchandized i n connection with the series. Adam West, who Bat- man, and Burl Ward, who was his sidekick, filed suil in Supe- rior Court this week against Greenway Produc t i o n s, 20th Ccnlurv-Fox and the, American Broadcasting Co. The pair contend they never received the amount Ihcy were entitled lo under conlracl from ]saiH) million worlh of Bulinan toys, records, sweaters and games sold throughout the I world (CP) Canadian- born choreographer Norberl Vesak decided 'o move to Cali- fornia lo further his career jusl a couple of months before hib original dance creation The Et- sfacy of Rita Joe, won him in- ternational fame and critical acclaim. "It's he said during j an interview at the Banlf Festi-; val of the Arts this week. "Now f'm turning down all sorts ol Canadian offers 1 would have enjoyed." Although he has written a 1 number of ballots it was his Rita Joe, based on a play by Vancouver author Geoigc Ryga j and danced by the Pioyal Win- j nipeg Ballet, that fired up sold- out audiences at Ottawa's Fes- tival Canada earlier this year. Nov.' tlie production lias been signed lo four in Ihe United Slates and Australia. Vesak, a dancer, designer and dance teacher as well as choreographer this summer, taughl al the Banff School of Fine Arls and two of his dance creations were to be performed al (lie Banff festival Thursday and Friday CAN EXPERIMENT Teaching at the summer j school gives a choreographer a j chance to bo experimental and creative. Vesak said. When he is working with a professional company, there is no time for experiment, for trial and error. "The pressure is on lo pro- duce." He said the opportunity for the slaff to be creative and in-1 novativc is cnc thing that it- i tracts Ihcm to the Banff school.! ''I'll lie coming back next i year." For (he students, all of whom are performing in the festival, witn the lop faculty dancing I only in a few guest starring solo roles, the attraction is lo work with the world's lop dan- cers. So Banff attracts fop slu- denl dancers from New York. Toronto, Montreal and WLnni- j pee- STUUHNTS ATTRACT STAFF The sludenls themselves are an attraction to good teaching slaff. Vesak said. The faculty, coming from a variety of world- famoi dance companies, also provide opportunities Lo ex- change ideas and gather infor- malion. Tliis year, the tjallet division staft included Denmark's fa- mous Veia Volkova, who pre- viously laitplit yvilh London's Sadler's Wells Ballet now the Royal Ballet Milan's La Scala and Copenhagen's Royal j Danish Ballet. Eva von Gencsy. who choreo- graphed and was lo dance in a jazz ballet number at Ihe fesli- MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE CABARET TONIGHT AND SATURDAY "SNOW" IN THE TAVERN TONIGHT AND SATURDAY "SOFT AND JUICY" tOUNGE "MARTY AND ME" Admiibion S] .25 (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. lo 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS AVAILABIE The El Rancho Motor Hotel is now licensed lo serve liquor and wine in its Outrider Tavern Bring Your Family-Come Abng To ASU MUSICAL HENDERSON PARK PICNK AREA SUNDAY, AUGUST 22nd p.m. FEATURING "ALBERTANS" PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COLLEGE 'CINEMA PRE SCHOOL MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONE SHOWING P.M. AT BOTH THEATRES On I ol SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfgir Theatre ON CAMPING" In color. Starring Sidney .lames. KcniKMh Williams. Joan Sims and Terry Scott. Friday and Saturday. August 20 and 21. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Fam- ily. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre IV.ilt Disneys' "THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE1' Tn Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russell. Joe Flynn, Harry Morgan and Wally Cox. Friday and Saturday, August 20 and 21. Friday shows al and p.m. Matinee Saturday al p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LOST FUGIIT" In color. Starring Lloyd Bridges anrl Anne Francis, Friday and Saturday, August 20 and 21. t p.m. Family. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THF, COCKEYED COWBOYS OF CALICO COUNTY" In Technicolor. Starring Dan 'lloss' Blocker and Nanette Fabray. Friday. Saturday and Sunday. August 20. 21 and 22. Friday show al p.m. Family PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "A l.KAF" _ In t-ohir. Slnn-iiiR Waller Mallhaii. Klainc May and .lack Friday and Salurday, in and 31 Friday slums al and p.m. Mainieo Samrday a! p.m. Adull. TABER-Sky Vue Drive-In "Tllli OUT OF TOWNERS" In color. Starring Jack Jxmunon and Sandy Dennis. Friday and Salurday. August 20 and 21. Friday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre TOR TIIK II.iKJHKKORS1' In Toohnicnlnr. Slurring Fernando Snnclio. Agatha Flory and Loo An- Hicinz Friday and Salnrday, 2n and 21. Friday .shuns al and p.m. Milliner only Salurday al I iio p.m. Familv. DUBLIN. Ireland (Rcuterl Aclrcss Dame Syhil Thorndike. 88, was reported lo be oul of danger following a heart al- lack. COCONUT-SIZED C.EM COLOMBO (AP) A geir. as hig as a coconul has hcen found in a backyard plot near Kuruncgalii in iiurlluvc'sl Cey- lon. The btonc in ils present form eighs pniinds. II is nol yel known what lype of alone it is, bul is has been pul in a form weighs 16 pounds. It is nol Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT and Short "Subjects Jack" Last Complete Show Saturday Spi'ua! .Matinee "When Dinosaurs Hnlcd llie fourth" '2: One Compk'lc Slum1 rAliAMOUM Cl.NL.MA Friday Short'Sul) iccb "Summer of Mil" Last Complete Sliuu- Saturday Shorl Subjects 7'is. ii-ai "Summer ol '-IL'" Last CompUMe Shmv COI.I.MCI'; CIM'IMX l-'ridny illlil Siildi-clay Shorl Snhjccl.i '.Kill "Shootonl" l.asl Cnmploli1 Sallinhiy Special Mnlinrc "When Dinosaurs Ruled the F.arlh" One Coiniilclc SlKnv (illUKN AC11KS DllIMviN ;iuil Salnnlay "Odd Ciiiiplr" I'.M'i Onn I'omplelr Show Film festival al Slralfonl STRA'ITORD. Onl. iCPl An international film festival, with 19 entries from major film-makers in England, Eu- rope. Ihe United Stales, Aus- j Iralia and Canada, will be held al Hie Avon Theatre Sept. 10-19. Canadian entries include the Joey Smallwood film, The Lillle i Fellow tiom Gambo, directed by Julian Biggs as well as My Uncle Anloine, Claude Jutra's story of a boy's discovery of himself in a small Quebec town. Included among the film-mak- ers scheduled lo make personal appearances al the festival are Stanley Kramer, who will to j presenl Sept. 19 for Ihe showing i of Bless the Beats and Children. HEAVY COST Welfare frauds lor the first j five months of 1971 in New j York's Suffolk County amount- I cd lo S268.000. I Enter an age of unknown terrors, pagan worship and virgin sacrifice... RULED THE EARTH" VICIORIAVtIRl "FIRST RUN- ADMISSION 50c SPECIAL ADDED "Bottle of The Drag Racers" with "Road Runner vs Speedy Gonzales" ALL THEATRES COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED Just a person who protects children and olher living things BILLY JACK RESTRICTED ADUtr NOW SHOWING AT and P.M. RESTRICTED ADULT 2nd BIG WEEK AI and P.M. CINEMA 4th AVE ST 1276100 In cvnyonc s life there's a SUMMER OF'42 TECHNICOLOR0 Three_ fasj Runsjeainst one determined man! GREGORYPECK HALWALLIS. SHOOT OUT A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR' ADUIT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT AND SAT. 2 sliows and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT thru Monday Mi MacGraw Ryan O'Neal The Year's til p.m. GATES AT 7.30 P.M.