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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS: TUESDAY MOVIE: A Hard Day's Night, C p.m., Ch. 7: The Beatles' first film, produced in 18C4, shows strong resemblance to old Marx brothers flicks. SPECIAL: A World of Love, p.m., Ch. 11: A star- studded salute to children around the world is hosted by Bill Cosby and Shirley MacLaine and features guests Julie Andrews, Richard Bui-ton and Harry Belafonte. DKAMA: Mrtl Squad, p.m-, Ch. 13: A rerun about an undercover policeman's attempt to help an old flame. With Canadian Margot Kidder. MOVIE: White Christmas, 8 p.m., Ch. 11: The zillionth rerun of Irving Berlin's popular 1954 amalgam of music and romance. Stars Bmg Crosby and Danny Kaye. PROFILE: Adricune Clarkson, p.m., Ch. 7: Tele- scope interviews the popular host of the CBC's Take 30 and her professor politician husband, Stephen. VARIETY: Johnny Cash, 9 p.m., Ch. 13: A Yuletide spe- cial with the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, Vince Matthews, George Gobel, Minnie Pearl and Joe Higgins. PUBAFFA1HS: Cood Times, Bad Times, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Postponed from an earlier date, Don Shebib's (Gobi' Down tiie Road) profile of the camaraderie and carnage of. war. VARIETY: Barbara McNair, 10 p.m., Ch. 13: Highlighted are classical and flamenco dances by Jose Greco. MOVIE: Ho Who Must Die, p.m., Ch. 7: A 1957 contemporary allegory, adapted from Nikos Katzantzakis' novel, Christ Recrucified. With Melma Mercouri. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: The Proper Time, 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A jealous jirl sets out to seduce her college roommate's boy friend. With Tom Laughlin. MOVIE: Mister Cory, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Tony Curtis stars as a bus boy who becomes part of the Chicago gambling world. TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six On The Ball a.m. Rob Ingram Show WEDNESDAY Jim 'Elliott News, Weather CJOC and Sports News, Weather and Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News, Weather and Sports CHEC News and Prices Jack Thys Party Line Matinee TUESDAY NIGHT Bruce fHFC PM News, Weaather Major News Dinner Showcase Farm Show WON. THUR THRUS. Back to the Bible 7-30 News, Sport, Wthr News Fifteen minutes to Voice of China Malar News The Hour Musical Interlude Woman's World Larry Donahue World Tomorrow News, Sport, WJhr John David horn Music Major News Noon Larry Dtm.inue CHEC-FM Sports, Weather The Other Side Tempo John David Horn Stock Market J. D. McAllister News, Sport, Wihr Chuck Tanner CBR if WEDNESDAY Breakfast with Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT Music Past Tempo. Midnight World at Six WEDNESDAY Supplement Eye Opener Guest Appearance Assignment Operas We Like World at Eight Tuesday Night Commentary National News Galloping Gourm From the Capitals Gerrusi! Theatre Nathan Cohen Orchestral Concert Morning Concert Matinee Nation's Business Alta. at Noon Afternoon School Broadcast Personality Afternoon Concert >t Actuality BBC News Tempo Max Ferguson SAVINGS! ACT FASTI WHILE THEY LAST! 10% Off! 6 Transistor Radios Small Appliances Color TV, with trade OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTSI CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION 4th Avc. 5th St. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) ren's Hour Greek Orthodi Choir Teleprobe 7 He Who Must D Teleprobe Movie: Movie: WEDNESDAY Hard Day's Nlghl 9-30 Mr. Dressup Red Skelton (c) Holiday Film Telescope Friendly Giant Storo Front Chez Helene Lawyers Sesame Street Tuesday Night Lee Drew's Child- Tabernacle Choii CFCN-TV leihbridge Channel 13 (Cableyision Ch. 4} Randall' and The Best of Berton Hopkirk In Conversation WEDNESDAr Movie: Proper Tii Our Town Take 30 Edge ot Night (o Galloping oourmr1 Drop In Mormon Tabernacle Choir TUESDAY NIGHT Wynne's Pad (c) Flintstones (c) KRTV Grant Folk Channel 3 NIGHT TUESDAY Hillbillies News Gunsmcko Julia Carol Burnett Mannix Hews TEA Toninhf Show WEDNESDAY Our World Agriculture Today Show (c) Today in Montana Concentration (c) Family Affair Hollywood Squares Jeopardy (c) Who, What, Where Game News Another World Somerset World Turns (c) vision Ch. 9} Our Lives (c) The Doctors (c) Another Wcrld Edge of Night fc) Gomer Pyle (c) AAike Douglas (c) Hillbillies (c) Cronklte News (c) NBC Nightly News Mayberry R.F.D. News (c) 6-30 Men from Shiloti KFBB-TV Grcar Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11} TUESDAY NIGHT News To Rome With Love (c) A World of LOVG Mary Tyler Moore Movie: White Christmas News Christmas 1970 Dick Cavett fc) WEDNESDAY News News Capt. Kangaroo Secret Storm fc) Dinah's Place (c) One Life TO Live Jack LaLanne Words and Music Sale of tho Love is a Many Century Splendored Thing Galloping Gourmet Dark Shadows Audrey General Hospital A World Apart (c) That Girl All My Children Bewitched Make a Deal Dating Gamt Newlywed Gama Movie column Brenda Vaccaro modest noiv By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) It's too early to sight a trend, but here's one actress of the "now" movies who declines to strip on the screen any more. She is Brenda Vaccaro, the darkly, beautiful Broadway- trained actress who has ap- peared opposite DusUn Hoff- man, Elliot Gould. Jon Voiglit and Michael Douglas. Her most noted performance so far was as Hie kinky doll of Midnight Cowboy who entertained Voight in a fox stole. That's all. "I've had it with the nudity said Brenda, who speaks in a rapid, persuasive style that indicates her Brooklyn-Italian background. "I've done it twice in pictures in Midnight Cowboy and once in Summertree. ''I've tried it and I don't like it. I'm just not comfortable. It's loo unnerving. Instead nf being concerned with your dialogue, you end up worrying where the sheet is your breasts is exposed." It's doubtful if Miss Vaccaro's anti-nude stand will blight her career. She is well established as a versatile performer who seems ideal cast with the anli- anyway. She was nominated for a Tony hi Cactus Flower, play- ing the role that won Goldie Hawn her Oscar. Then came How Now and whether one of anotner Tony Dow heroes of today's film market. Among her recent roles was as Elliot Gould's spouse in I Love My Wife. She is the same actress who came to Hollywood in 1901 and was told she would never make it in films. After the Hollywood rebuff, Brenda returned to the stage, which was her principal interest Movie Column Grini Christmas for film labor By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) It will be a grim Christmas for thou- sands of film studio workers caught in the worst depression in Hollywood's 60-year history. Traditionally, the end of the year has always been a slow pe- riod in movie production. But this year shooting has come al- most to a dead halt. Scarcely a lalf-dozcn feature films are being made in the studios. Nor does the situation look any brighter for 1971. Only a landful of movies have been an- nounced to start early next ?ar. No wonder Hollywood labor has been holding mass meetings and issuing dire statements. Almost the same number of I ilms has been made by U.S. aimpanies as last vs. 19 in 19C9. This year 131 were made in the U.S. against 115 in 969. JADE ONLY 70 But the major companies made only 70 films in the U.S., ompared with 86 in 19C9. The est were independents, many f them made by shoestring iroducers on tiny budgets. And an increasing number of lie major company films were made in New York and in other FOR .DAILY INSPIRATION 324581 locations throughout the U.S. That has meant less work for the Hollywood labor pool. "This has been the worst year I've ever says one vet- eran labor leader. "My mem- bers are so discouraged they're trying to find work in other in- dustries. "If this continues, Hollywood will no longer have the corps of Workers that has made it the most efficient place in the world to make pictures." This deterioration of ,the skilled labor force worries oth- ers, too. Gov. Ronald Reagan and Senator-elect John Tunney met with Hollywood workers in a recent rally to promote a production return. Both favored a 20-per-cent exemption of prof- its on American-made films. CHANCES REMOTE But the chances of Congress passing such a law to protect one state's industry seem re- mo t e. The government has never granted the film industry any special consideration. The television picture is what makes the over-all situation seem even worse. In p r e v i o u s years, Holly- wood's workers could count on employment in TV series to off- set the loss of feature produc- tion. But the television networks have been hit by economy waves, too. Earlier in television's history, the standard season was 39 seg- to be rerun during the summer months. Now no more than 26 are made a sea- son, and some shows shoot 20. lion. One night Garson Kanin and Ruth Gordon brought Brit- ish director John Schlesingcr to see the show. He sent for Brenda to try out for a role in Midnight Cowboy. "I knew about the role be- cause some of my friends had tried out for she said. "Some of my other friends had refused, because they knew the role had to be played mag string. "That held me back, too, but I decided I might as well talk to Schlesinger." She did, and was told she wasn't right for the role. Then he reconsidered and gave her the part. That prompted her moral dilemma: "My first movie! Do I want to show my breasts on the screen before I show my She had just about decided against Midnight Cowboy until she was tallied into it by her best friend, Sandy Dennis. The enormous hit of the film boomed B r e n d a' s career. Among her offers was Summer- tree, directed by Anthony New- ley and co-starring Michael Douglas, son of Kirk. She says she and Michael now share a rented house in Hollywood. Mar- riage? "Not for says Brenda. "I tried it Martin Freed, the producer. "We lived together for two years and were married for three. There was no ill feeling, but I just decided that marriage was not the right kind of life for SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "ZIG-ZAG" In color. Starring George Kennedy and Eli Waliacn. Tuesday, December 22. Show at p.m. Adult. Hieatre closed Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Dec- ember 23, 24 and 25. PINCHES CREEK Fox Theatre "THE GRASSHOPPER" In color. Starring Jacqueline Bisset, Joseph Cotton and Jim Brown. Tuesday, December 22. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "ANY GUN CAN PLAY" In color. Starring Gilbert Row- land. Tuesday, December 22. Shows at and p.m. Family. Get more ouf of life Take Ihe family to a movla PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Wednesday, December 30, 1970 Gym No. 1 Basketball and Volleyball p.m. Gym No. 2 Badminton p.m. ADAMS ICE CENTRE Thursday, December 24, 1970 Monday, December 28, 1970 Tuesday, December 29, 1970 Children's RecrearionalHockey (Free) noon LETHBRIDGE ARENA Thursday, December 24, 1970 Wednesday, December 30, 1970 Monday, December 28, 1970 Tuesday, December 29, 1970 Thursday.. December 31, 1970 Children's Recreational Hockey (Free) noon CiViC iCE CENTRE Thursday, December 24, 1970 Monday, December 28, 1970 Tuesday, December 29, 1970 Children's Recreationol Hockey (Free) noon SCHOOLS Galbraith, Lakeview, and Gilber! Paterson Tuesday, December 29, 1970 Wednesday, December 30, 1970 Recreational Basketball, Volleyball etc (Free) p.m. NOTE: Pletiso refer to the regular Public Swimming and Skating Ad on tho Entertainment Page, Each Monday, and Thursday pertaining to Free Public Skating and Swimming times for Children at tho City Recreational Facilities during the Christmas Holidays. -PUT THIM m om CHRISTMAS STOCKIHSf ARMADA Presents TOM NORTHCOTT IN CONCERT PLUS THE FLYING COLORS Wednesday, December 23rd LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION DOORS OPEN P.M. RESTRICTED 17 YEARS AND OVES A Special Invitation to all College end University Students to Attend PUBLIC BINGO LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM CANCELLED Until Thursday, January 7 8 p.m. JACKPOT 51 Nos. Serving up c iray of cheer and happiness to you and yours. We appreciate your patronage. Thanks. HOLIDAY HOURS will close Christmas Eve at p.m. And remain Closed on Dec. 25th, 26th and Re-open a.m. Men., Dee. 28th Open New Eve until a.m. Open New Year's Day 12 nodn-midnighf The Management And Staff Of The NEW WORLD RESTAURANT 329 5TH STREET S. IETHBRIDGE TAKE OUT ORDERS 327-4025 government batlulion mounted a campaign today lo root out North Vietnamese and Viet Tuesday, December 22, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD Battalion, roots out Keels PIINOM PENH (AP) A Cong forces that have cut of[ Phnom Penh's land link to tlio nation's sole decpwater port. The government of premier Lon Nol has made the reopening of Highway 4 from Phnom Penh to Kompong Som, formerly Si- hanoukville, a top priority in its war against Communist com- mand forces. The Communists have kept Uie highway closed since Nov. 20, and vital supplies are run- ning low in this capital. Gaso- line supplies are critically low. I'AKAMOl.OT Short Subjects "Looking Glass War" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Hello and Goodbye" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Pride and Prejulce" Last Complete Show YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE JACK'S and w RADIO 302 13lh St. N. Cook Books Household Management and Related Subjects: The Prairio Gardener by Harp. S.S5 New Colour Dictionary of Flowers and Plants: 2048 Colour Photos Vanderbilts New Complete Book of Etiquette. Japanese Gardens Today. Slip-cased. 18.00 plus others Canadian Mennonite Cook Book............. McCalls Needlework Treasury............... 10.95 My Secrets For Better Cooking by Benoit. 4 volumes. Cased.............................3.2.SO new Canadidna Cook Book by Benoit............. 6.95 the Gourmet. Cooking each The Time-life Foods of the World Series.....7.95 each Belter Homes and Gardens CALORIE COUNTER'S COOK BOOK..............................2.50 each Good selection of books on home repairs, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, gardening flower arranging and a great variety of craft books. Be sure and see the new Reinhold Craft Cards. Box of thirteen only 2.50 -Merry Christmas Everybody- SHOWING TONIGHT ONLY AT AND P.M. FAMILY To delight you again STARTS TOMORROW 1FYOUWEREAGHOST ADULT IN SOPHIAS HOUSE YQUWOULDHT STAY IN THE ATTIC EITHER! "GHOSTS- ITALIAN COLLEGE TECHNICOLOR WED. and THURS. At and p.m. A FRANMCH PRODUCTION CHRISTOPHER RICHARDSON PAUL MThtGirlj EASTI.MU COLOR pares SHOWING TONiGHT THRU THURSDAY v We've been peeking through the keyhole of the Riviera Jet Set. Join us. RESTRICTED ADULT CURT CRAWFORD-JURGENS GENEVIEVE GILLES tlh St H? BlOO 1 Goodbye" MATINEE AT p.m. TODAY thru THURS. EVENINGS and p.m. ;