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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta owma.li ]VOW don't be they said. "It's sentimental. The whole family cried. I've been to ECO it twice already." These were my pro viewing instructions from friends about the movie, Love Affair, which last week settled into a fairly lengUiy stay at the Paramount Cinema. Well, what's a person to do? Starring Ryan O'Neal (the Rodney Harrison of TV's Pey- ton Place scries) and All Mac- Graw, the rich beauty of C.ood- bye, Columbus, Love Affair is indeed sentimental. The story of an ill fated pair of university students, it is put together with large dollops of schmaltz and some not too successful acting. But it is also entertaining, touching and unfettered in its simplicity. More important, it takes for its mam subjects, love and death, two components of the human heart which have lately bran replaced in movies by their less poignant sidekicks, sex and violence. O'Neal is Oliver Barrett IV, a young Harvard law supcrjock bound for success despite the strictures of his rich back- ground and ovcrachieving fath- er. MacGraw is a "social zero" Radcliffe music student loaded down with brains and the "smart ass" repartee which passes for university in-talk. They court, marry, and, on the threshold of an easy life and what looks to a solid marriage, they are hit by trag- edy. The plot is so straightforward it demands sensitive acting on the part of the main pair, and they both, O'Neal particularly, come through with flying coi ors. MacGraw is a good looking j girl and at times manages just EMBASSY LOUNGE HARRY BAILEY at the ORGAN TUESDAY thru SATURDAY IMPERIAL LOUNGE Direct from the Philippines "ROSALIA PASCUAL" MONDAY thru SATURDAY PIRATES COVE CABARET Wed. Dec. 30lli and Sat. Jan, 2nd THE BAND "FITCHMORE WEST" SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS: NEW YEAR'S EVE......... CLOSED B P.M. NEW YEAR'S DAY 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. the right blend of intelligence and social shyness. But she doesn't evince the small same gestures which make O'Neal so attractive. From the movie version of Love Affair came the bifgcst first-edition bestseller in Amer- ican publishing history. Both may signal the remakes of such heart pumpers as Back Street and Magnificent Obses- sion. But then heart pumpers have been sadly absent in recent years. Producers may soon, and hopefully so, catch on to the fact that emotions and not their images in skin are what still matter to the paying public. Scrooge, a British produced musical version of Dickens' A Christinas Carol, deserves to have been belter treated by Lelhhridge movicg o e r s, espe- cially those who clamor _ for family-rated pictures. Th3 movie finishes tonight at the Paramount Theatre after a week of poor audience atten- dance. It isn't that bad a show. Starring Albert Finncy as the mean old skinflint, Scrooge is notable for its special effects and Finney's valiant if vain at- tempts to match the non sing- ing pcrtayals of Ebernezcr by Frederick March and Atetair Sims. The music written by Leslie Bricussc of Doctor Dooliltle no- ;oriety, has to be heard to be forgotten, and Alex Guinness as Marley's Ghost walks as if he'd taken instructions from a hula dancer and his hips were still chafing from the grass skirt. Still there's very little in Eng- lish literature which matches Die-ken's masterful depiction of the transformation of a man's character. Dickens was too good a story- teller lo be done in even by Guinness' quivery hips or Bri- eusse's non-music. NOTES: TV pro-ams often seem to try lo manipulate view- ers' emotions i.e. grafting con- flict on a slory where it doesn't fit. A show which challenged this criticism was a tribute last week to Joan host of CFCN's daily In Conversa- tion. Mrs. Waterfield seems to have been connected, either as employee prc-molcr, or general unpaid help, with every service club and media in town. Start- in" ini'.K'iictly with an interview wilh Dick .Mdls. the city's cul- tural affairs superintendent, the show KC-BI turned the tables on the .Mrs. t e r- fioid. About 20 representatives of city organizations turned up lo prox'iil her with roses and thank her for her work w i t h them. Also along were her hus- band, Tom, and their three chil- dren. The 30 minutes turned into a heart wanning, charm i n g show, ii was one case where the medium cut cut the gim- mickry and revealed a person, tears, speechlessness, embar- rassment and all. January is the month when all AM radio slafions must adhere to the Ca- nadian Radio Television Com- mission's demand that 30 pel cent cf music schedules be Ca- ladian content. And our greetings, a sincere expression of gratitude to our customers. NEW YEAR'S HOURS: Open New Year's Eve until a.m. Open New Year's Day 12 Noon- 12 Midnight Sat., Jan. 2nd Regular hours 7 a.m.-2 a.m. NEW WORLD RESTAURANT 329 5th STREET S. IETHBRIDGE TAKE OUT ORDERS PHONE 327-4025 I'ANVOI IN 11ED NEW YORK (AP) Pan American World Airways Inc. reported here it sustained a net loss of million or 77 cents a share for the first 11 months of this year. Thursday PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Scrooge" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Love Story" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Rio Lobo" Last Complete Show Friday PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Dirty Dingus Magee" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Love Story" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 'Eio Lobo" Last Complete Show Saturday PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Dirty Dingus Magee" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Love Story" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Rio Lobo" Last Complete Show MISSISSAUGA, (CIM Mcrlcy I ho bald is i one of about I CD leathered vic- tims of a fire (hat destroyed Wir.dinglane Mini "Ho said more attention to! Morlcy was an eaglet with a j broken 'wing whrn two Indian loggers travelled "CO miles from north of Toronto lo 1'ind Roy Ivor, the man wiio mended birds. Mr. Ivor, who founded Win- dinglanc 42 years ago, saved Mcrley's life but not his power to fly. Often, in the woods surround- ing ilr. Ivor's sheltered cottage, it was common to see Morley, with his crooked wing, hopping along at the side of the 91-year- old self-educated naturalist. But Tuesday Mr. Ivor stood j barefoot in the snow outside his blazing frame cottage, dressed only in a nightshirt with a blan- ket over his shoulders. The only other survivors of the disaster were three red-tailed hawks kept in outdoor cages. Ivor was in fair condition in hojpital, suf- fering from shock, smoke inhal- ation and frostbitten feet. BIKDS COUNTED "He paid more attention to birds than to one To- ronto birdwatcher said. "He never looked after you'd find the birds well fed and him not eating until a friend brought groceries for him." Jlr. Ivor's love for birds began at the age of 10 at MOOSL- Jaw, Sask., when he made the I first discovery in the West of j the nest and eggs of the Rich j'.rdson's merlin, or western pi- geon hawk. S'cvcn years later, bis family moved If) and in 1928 he sold the family's stone and mar- ble business lo build Winding- lane. After 40 years treating and learning about birds, Mr. Ivor wrote a hook, 1 Live Wilh Birds, (hat, put him in Ihe category of Canadian nature wriiers such as Ernest Thompson Sdon. Many of the people who had birds ministered to hy Mr. 01 often tried to help finance his operations. But the only conces- sion he made was to accept a half a ton of bird foot! doav'ec by four large companies each lie often proved iniiversity-ed' ucatcd bird exports wrong. One was the head of Cornel University's ornithology depart ment, Arthur Allen, who wrote that birds could not hear thr human voice because, it pitched loo low, Thursday, December 31, 1970 THE LETHBKIDCC HEBALD 9 Detect cholera LAGOS (Renter) Four cases of cholera, three of Ihcm fatal, have been confirmed m Nigeria, the federal health min- istry announced Tuesday night. They were Nigeria's first re- ported cases since the outbreak began in West Africa. COULD CALL BIRDS But Mr. Ivor, in his norma voice, could call to an individua bird by the name he had give it would come. government of the Sovie Union honored him for hi theory on why birds pick u ants with their beaks and hoi the insects against their feat! ers. Ivor contended that the bird used the formic acid ants re- lease as a defence to repel in sect parasites. The Upper Canada Zoologica oeiety cited him for outMnml- service to wildlife cunserva- on. Mr. Ivor's friends hope to also funds so that his worl: '.-an onlinue. "You have lo the gentle- j less of this man to feel the hock at anything violent like a I ire happening to said Dorothy Green of Port Credit. Out., editor of the quarterly] migazinc Fur and Feathers, j 'it's just so sad. PHILCQ-FORD COLOR TV RADIO TV A J 302 13ih St. N. To express ouf appreciation; for our customers b them ever better. II ppv ISew vcai' SHOWING TODAY THRU TUES, Fri and Sat Continuous From p.m r a GIVE'Eft? HELL.JOHN! Techni FAMILY I STARTS WEDNESDAY j Joan Walcrfieltl "ELVIS PRiSLiY" IN "TKATS THE WAY IT IS" IN COtOR PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SWIMM3NG SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Saturday. January 2, 1971 Public Skating Public Sleeting Sunday, January 3, Beginners Skaling Pi'blic Skating Family Skating Monday, January 4, 1971 Free Public Skaling LETHBRIDGE ARENA Saturday, January 2, 1971 Public Skaling Monday, January '1, 197] Free Public Skating CIVIC ICE CENTRE Saturday, January 2, 1971 Public Skating Sunday, January 3, 1971 Beginners Skating Public Skating Monday, January 4, 1971 Free Public Skating p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. rree rumic oM-imiy r- NOTE: The Rinlis will be closed New Year's Day. PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Saturday, January 2 Public Swim. (Regular Admission} Sunday, January 3 Public Swim (Regular Admission) Family Swim (Regular Admission) Monday, January 4 NOON HOUR SWIM Fret: Public Swim............... p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. The MOOSB HALL Is Located At 1234 3rd Avenue NORTH Nor SOUTH As Appeared In Wednesday's Herald, Dec. 30th. J OTTAWA (CP) Lack of government action against broadcast cigarette commer- cials could mean a bonanza for Canadian radio and television stations after Jan. 2. That is the dale on which United States broadcasters _ will stop carrying the commercials. But authorities here say there is nothing to prevent tobacco companies buying time on Ca- nadian radio and TV outlets within range of large audiences along the border. The federal government is; planning action but the legisla- i tion has run into delays, mainly j parliamentary debate en emer- gency legislation to deal with Quebec terrorism. Although the government an- nounced Oct. 8 it planned to sponsor a bill concerning ciga- rette advertising, it has not yet been introduced in Parliament. BANNED BY CBC The publicly-owned CBC insti- tuted a ban on cigarette com- meicials on its networks. Simi- j lar action was taken hy some individual private broadcasters but not hy all CTV network sla- tions. j Health organizations say pri- vatoly they detect a lessening of interest by the federal govern- j ment in the anti-smoking cam- i paign. i An informal committee of major health organizations had been meeting federal health of- ficials to ofi'er advice and to help plan and distribute anti- smoking materials. But the committee has noi met since last April although it adjourned at that time in antici- pation of another meeting in September, to be called by fed- eral officials. In addition, publication of a collection of anti-smoking expe- riences as part a campaign en how to quit smoking has been delayed by the health de- partment. Seme 80 persons contributed essays on how they quit. The book suffered budget cuts and, for a time, the whole project was threatened. HIGH POPULATION The population of the Philip- pines is about 36 million. SHOWING TODAY Thru NEXT WEEK Fri. and Sat. Continuous From All MacBraw- Ryan O'Neal CARDSTON Mayfctir Theatre "YOURS, MINE AND OURS" In color. Starring Lucille Ball Henry Fonda and Van Johnson. Thursday. Friday and'Saturday, December 31. January 1 and 2. Thursday show at p.m. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. Matinee Saturday at p.m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre New Year's Eve Theatre Entertainment. "SUPPOSE THEY GAVE A WAR AND NOBODY CAME" In color. Starring Brian Keith, Suzanne Pleshette and Tony Curtis. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 31, January I and 2. Thursday show at p.m. Friday and Saturday shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. Special Saturday Matinee. January 2nd at p.m. "YELLOWSTONE KELLY" In color. Starring Clint' Eastwood. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinemn Theatre Walt Disney's "THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES" technicolor. Starring Kurt Russell and Ceasar Romero. Saturday, Sunday and Monday, January 2, 3 and 4. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Evening shows each night at p.m. Family. All seats 'Me. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "TO COMMIT A MURDER" In color. Starring Louis Jourdan, Scnta Berger and Kdmunrl O'Brien. Thursday, December 31. Show at p.m. Adult. Friday and Satur- day, January 1 and 2. "THE OUT-OF-TOWNKRS" In color. Starring Sandy Dennis and Jack Lommon. Shows each night at and p.m. Family. Matinee Satur- day at p.m. TABER Towsr Theatre "ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER" In color Starring Harbra Streisand and Yves Montand. Thursday, Kri'clay and S.iiurd.iy. December 31, January I and 2. Thursday and Friday at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. Get more out of life Take tho family to movio iAR'S FRIDAY, JANUARY I, 1971 SPECIAL CHINESE AND CANADIAN DINNERS Served New Year's Day Only Bring the family !o the Lotus for a delicious New Year's Dinned LOTUS TAKE-OUT ORDERS FOR HOME ENTERTAINING TAKE-OUT ORDERS OF LOTUS CHINESE OR LOTUS SUNSHINE FRIED CHICKEN SHOULD BE ORDERED EARLY FOR PROMPT SERVICE OUR LANTERN MESSAGE READS "HAPPY NEW YEAR" Free Delivery of take-out orders New Year's tve up until 3 a.m. New Year's morning Please plac9 your order early THIS IS OUR SINCERE WISH TO YOU AND YOURS FOR THE COMING YEARI Phone 'n eat 327-2397, 327-0240 102 8th Sf. S. Across from CPR Depot IN TECHNICOLOR with ALBERT FINNEY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN fWYN MAYER A Ei'irr K FRANK KENNEDY FRI. and SAT. Box off ice opens First Show p.m. Continuous Thereafter REGULAR PRICES D JMIt E