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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdoy, Dcicmbor 12, 1970 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALP 7 Oliver ivailing in wings to take Parliament seat LONDON (AP) Sir Laur- ence Olivier is still waiting in the wings to take his seat in the House of Lords. The 63-year-old actor was made a peer by the Queen last June but complications liave arisen over his choice of a title. There was a previous Lord Olivier, a former governor of Jamaica, who died in 1943. He had no son to carry on the title, but left four daughters. One of them is sliil alive. When there has been a pre- vious holder of a title with the same name, the Garter King of Arms, Sir Anthony Wagner, must be satisfied that there is no possibility of a forgotten claimant turning up. The usual procedure is to consult the descendants of the previous peer. Until this is straightened IN CALGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCEI 45 Modern and Deluxe Unils Bridal Suite Free TV and lea Dial Phones in all units 0 Minutes from Shopping Stampede Grounds Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL out, Sir Laurence must wait for his peerage to be gazetted.1 Sir Laurence says he isn't fussy about his grandiose; probably Lord Oli- vier, that's all." It will still be Sir Laurence on theatre billboards. And he has said: "Sir Larry is what I prefer to be called." Program is set by liigli school COWLEY (HNS) Living- stone High School at Lund- breck have set December 19 for their annual Christinas con- cert and dance. A good pro- gram of vocal and instrumen- tal music is planned with the Livingstone School Band in at- tendance. The Grade 9 drama- tics class, under the direction of Harriet Birch, will present The Stolen Submarine while the senior High School will produce a series of skits. Peter Iwasiuk has announced :he Kinsmen and Lions awards will be made to high school, unior high and other top stu- dents. THE HERALD'S associate edi- tor, Hill Hay, editor of the weekly TV insert, and myself, have Once again taken up the heavy task of noting our pref- erences among the current TV swamp. Some of the choices are ad- mittedly pro Canadian. We both agree Walter Cronkite of CBS outweighs Canadian news announcer commentators, and neither Canadian network has come up with a public affairs show to match the American- made, A Day in the Life of the U.S. Itobert Young; Tony Franciusa. MOST PROMISING NEW STAR: Robert Foxworlh of The b'.crcfront Lawyers tied with P.C. leader Robert (who is "promising" Slanficld only in DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSAG; Certified Denta! Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lethbridge THE FABULOUS A "TONY WHITE TRIO" Will Be Appearing Nightly A At The YORK HOTEL DECEMBER 14th to DECEMBER 19th ROBERT YOUNG Also since neither of us is a full lime TV viewer, we have yet to catch all the current pro- grams, such as the critieally- disacclaimed Ps'ancy and The Young Rebels. However and notwithstanding, we have bent to our task with fervor and determination, as it were. NOTE: When two names are that he promises so much and doesn't have to deliver any- Christopher George of The Immortal. MOST PROMISING NEW FEMALE STAR: Canadian singer Anne ivl u r r a y who doesn't appeal' regularly on a series, but who makes Ameri- can proto-stars look vapid. BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA: The one who came quickest to mind was Barry Brown, who guest starred this past week as a slightly retarded boy in Mod Squau, tied with Will Geer in a Senator episode of The Bold Ones. BEST COMEDIAN: Bill Cos- by. EiEST COMEDIENNE: Lu- cille ttali; Valerie Harper of The Mary Tyler Moore Saow (I'd go along with Mr. Hay, but I'm weary of silly Lucy. Be- sides he says Miss Ball has "great gams" and I'll be dash- ed if I'm going to vote for BEST COMEDY SHOW: The Bill Cosljy Show. BEST DAYTIME PRO- GRAM: Take lid. BEST KIDS' PROGRAM: Ses- same Street. BEST NETWORK PUBLI- CITY SERVICE: After a slug- gish beginning, CTV. BIGGEST LOSS: My World and Welcome lo It." SMALLEST LOSS: Don Mes- scr. BIGGEST DISAPP 01N T- MENT IN A CONTINUING SE- RIES: UFO (The gadgets are more interesting than the peo- MOST DISAPPOINTING COMEDY SERIES: The Trou- ble With Tracy (If they took away the cue cards, Diane Ny- land would be silent-screen MOST UNDER RATED STAR: Mario Thomas of That Girl. MOST OVER RATED PER- SONALITIES': The CBC's Ton my Hunter tied with the CTV' Harvey Kirck. BEST NATURE DOCUMEN TARY: Untamed World tie with Wild Kingdom. (Actually tliis category seems the mos consistently well BEST LOCAL SHOW: Sorry but CJLH's The Last Great In dian Battle, on its erratically BEST NEW COMEDY SE- scheduled public affairs series HIES: The Odd Couple tied ruined us for such currently running shows as In Conversa with Barefoot in tin; Park. BEST VARIETY SHOW: Tom Jones. BEST MALE VOCALIST: Tom Jones; Glen Campbell (as long as he just sings and doesn't BEST FEMALE VOCALIST: Dionnc Warwick (My choice; Mr. Hay says he can't stand the BEST DRAMATIC SERIES': Marcus Welby tied with Medi- cal Centre. (Mr. Hay's choices. Mine: Once you've seen one menlioncd, the first listing is good paternal -pcyctoanalyUc- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfctir Theatre "BARQUERO" _ In color. Starring Lee Van Cleef and John Phillip Law. Saturday, December 12, shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THEY CALL ME, MR. T1BBS" In color. Stan-ing Sidney Poitier and Martin Landau. Sidney hasn't had a day like this since "IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT." Saturday, December 12, shows at and p.m. Adult. Theatre gift books for Christmas now on sale at the box office. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "PAINT YOUR WAGON" In Technicolor. Starring Lee Marvin, Jean Seberg and Clint Eastwood. Saturday and Sunday, December 12 and 13. Show each evening et p.m. Adult. PiNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BARQUERO" In color. Starring Lee Van Cleef and John Phillip Law. Saturday, December 12, shows at and p.m. Suitable for Children. TABER Tower Theatre "MAROONED" In color. Starring Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna and David Janssen. Saturday, December 12, shows at and p.m. Family. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie Iliat cf Mr. Hay's preference; the second, mine. BEST TV PERFORMER: detective bedside m ve seen them TONY FRAN'CIOSA YOUR SUNDAY SHOWS COLLEGE CINEMA; i COLLEGE MAliViiS-aaXJ SUNDAY at p.m. only THE MOST EXCITING ADVENTURES A BOY EVER HAD! METRO-GOLDWYM-MAYER SAMUEL GOLDWYN, IR'S MARK TWAIN'S ThejWventursBof HucKieberrij B FAMILY SATURDAY AT AND P.M. SUNDAY EVENING ONLY AT P.M. Sheriff Tawcs walks the lino Ma ADULT PAK'AVISION" COIOS TONIGHT, SATURDAY eit and p.m. A VIRUS OF DOOM ENVELOPS THE EARTH! RESTRICTED ADULT ALSO SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV 302 13lh St. N. manner, IV has got every last dreary type this MOST UNIQUE SHOW: Ses- ame Street. BEST MYSTERY SERIES: Ironside; Name of the Game. MOST PROMISING NEW SE- RIES: Storefront Lawyers; Mc- Cloiid of the Four-In-One series BEST PANEL SHOW: Under Attack. BEST NATIONAL ANNOUN- CER: Lloyd Houerison (CBC) BEST LOCAL ANNOUNCER: Mike Cleaver BEST MALE INTERVIEW- ER: Pierre Bcrton (CTV) BEST FEMALE INTER- VIEWER: Adrinenc Clark son BEST SPORTS SHOW: Wide World of Sporty (CTV) BEST SPORTS COMMENTA- All McCann. BEST PUBLIC AFFAIRS SHOW: CTV's W5, with CBC's Weekend occasionally surpass- ing it. BEST DOCUMENTARY SHOW: CBC's Tuesday Night. BiEST NEWS COMMENTA- TOR: Lloyd Kobertson. BEST TV REPORTER: CBC's Ron Collister, who ag- gravates about as much as he educates. (ion, Don't Turn Me OH an Pendulum. WORST LOCAL SHOWS PICTURE BUTTE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL ST. CATHERINES SCHOOL AUDITORIUM PICTURE BUTTE P.M. ADMISSION SUPPER INCLUDED REFRESHMENTS WltL BE AVAIUBtE Tickets Limited to 100 Couples For Tickets Phone Mike Boras Piclure Bulto 732-4598 MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY) AMPLIFIERS ''Sound of the Pros" Pro Series Model L-190D LEAD AMP Built for the Rock Field with lots of Pro Smash Sound, Tone difference galore from those crazy high tones to those solid Garnet Bass sounds. -FEATURES- 2 custom Garnet 12" speak- ers with 2" alum, voice coils. high velocity horns for midrange and high fre- qeney projection. S Choice laminated cabinets Exclusive pull-out controls for extreme tonal coloring. 9 Treble boost and pull out volume controls, Pull-Out Bass Control. Tremelo and fuzztonc with neon indicators. 9 Peak music power ]70 watls. ACCESSORIES FOOT SWITCH (included) EXTRA FUSES (included) COVERS (extra) "MADE BY MUSICIANS FOR MUSICIANS" NOW ON DISPLAY AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. "EVERYTHING FOR THE MUSIC LOVER" Paramount Theatre Building Phone 328-4080 Both CFCN and CJLH far shows, tied with Our Town CJLH. BEST LOCAL NEWS: CJLH TV. NOTES: Perhaps the mos under-rated TV show is Musi To See on CJLH-TV, which this week reruns a profile of th Carl Orff method of teaching music to children. The methw relies on children's natura rhythmic abilities and, from a fairly simple beginning, nlusii of some complexity is develop- ed. The show runs Sunday a 5 p.m. on Channel 7 A no- tice from the CBC indicates thi Teen Clefs will be heard Christ mas Day at p.m. on CER As is usual with the CBC pub- licity department, they've go things turned around. This time they've noted the Lethb ridge group as coming from Calgary Please guys, there's more ou west than the stampede city. No Blade of Grass, currently at the Paramount Cinema, is apparently former actor Cor- nel Wilde's personal statement on the possibilities of world' wide devastation by pollution. It's a statement the worldwide could do without. An examination of whai could occur if a virus, pre- sumably from pollution, hi food grains, causing global starvation and its attendant problems, the movie is sur- passed in idiocy only by view- ers who stick through the 90- niinute running time. Mysterious FLQ man identified QUEBEC (CP) Justice Minister Jerome Choquette told the Quebec legislature Friday that "Pierre Seguin" was an as- sumed name used by one of the seven persons flown to Cuba after the release of kidnap hos- tage James Cross. "A police investigation re- he said, "that this indi- vidual is really Yves Langlois of jongueuil, who had been appre- hended by police during demon- strations in 1966." He said Langlois was born Oct. The justice minister's state- ment was the first indication that police had any information on the mysterious "Pierre Se- gnin" who took advantage last veck of a government offer of safe passage to Cuba in ex- change for the release of the British trade commissioner kid- napped Oct. 5. LEARN TO DANCE r Private 91 FA J Lessons L (Includes Special Prnctice Tho Easy, Fun Way MONTE CARLO 535 13th St. N. Phone 328-9332 An English architect (Nigel Davenport) and his wife (pro- ducer director Wilde's real- life wife, Jean Wallace, who acts every role as if she had a permanent migraine head- ache) fight their way from Lon- don lo the countryside and his brother's well-stocked farm. Along the way they are spec- tators or participants in a grisly catalogue of murders, rooucnss, rapes, gang wsrs and mutinies, none of them relieved by a semblance of honest feeling. Davenport is allegedly a vet- eran with strong anti killing sentiments, yet he murders and rampages with the cool of Bluebeard. Wallace and her daughter are raped in an overly-graphic scene representative of the en- tire movie: gore and violence stretched to the nth degree with no emotional context. The girl and mother make slight nudges in the direction of re- vulsion over their ordeal, but clearly Wilde's prescription for rape-sufferers is watching a couple of juicy murders. Actually, No Blade of Grass should win followers to the Women's Liberation M o v e- ment. The movie exploits every anatomical part of a wortian, and with all the lasciviousness of i De Sade writing. Cornel Wilde should be let in on the fact that pollution comes in many forms, ugly movies being one of them. TodayV Showtimes, PARAMOUNT Saturday Special Matinee "Huckleberry Finn" One Complete Show Short Subjects "No Blade of Grass" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "No Blade of Grass" One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects "Carry on in the Legion" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Special Matinee Short Subjects "Huckleberry Finn" Last Complete Show Short Subjects "I Waft the Line" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Huckleberry Finn" One Complete Show Short Subjects "I Walk the Line" One Complete Show ARMADA is COMING DEC. 23rd STARTS MONDAY Brian Ernest Suzanne Keith Borgnine Pleshelte Tom Swell-Bradford Dillman (van Dixoa-ArthurO'Connell-Don Ameche TonfCurtis STARTS MONDAY CINEMA 4th AVE Slh ST 327.5100 "THE COMPLETE MOVIE-MOVIE. TOTALLY ABSORBING ANDA-STICK- TO-THE.RIBS. OF-THE-MIND THRILLER. SHOCKING Crist, New York Magazine (ADULT) 3 Shows moiiiiuu Evening p.m. j LAST TIMES TONIGHT THE CARRY ON GANG ARE AT IT AGAIN! ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 ACRES OF FREE PARKING 2 DAYS ONLY MONDAY and TUES. With TROG and DRACULA the begins! From a million years back... Horror explodes info today! SHOWING AT P.M. ONLY OFDRAG1A WUIT sunw CHRISTOPHER LEE SHOWING AT AND P.M. ;