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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thinking Day NATAL (HNS) - The Third Pack of Sparwood Brownies held a special Thinking Day program recently with their mothers. Kim Driedger told about the World Friendship Fund. As the Brownies, gave their contributions to the fund they also placed miniature, flags on the birthday cake. Tocloy's Showtime^ PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects - 7:00, 9:10 "The Sword and the Stone*' 7:80, 10:00 Last Complete Show - 9:10 Family Saturday Short Subjects - 2:20, 4:30, 6:40, 8:80 "Toe Sword and the Stone" 3:10, 5!20, 7:30, 0:40 Last Complete Show - 8:50 Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects - 7:18,0:20 "Embassy" 7:86, 10:05 Last Complete Show - 9:20 Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects - 7:00, 9:10 "Across 110th Street" 7:25, 9:35 Last Complete Show - 9:10 Restricted Adult J turn Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E flit Jlsia DURT Reynolds is an actor " who decided to sell him-setf, much m the tradition of the old-time movie* starlet. Not, it should be hastily added, via the casting director's couch. But having negotiated several TV series with reasonable success, having reached a oar* eer impasse, he Jumped it the opportunity to display his discreet physique across the centrefold of CoemopoUtan. This exposure paid off In numerous appearances in game and talk shows. At every turn of the dial Reynolds was to be found quipping coyly with in-studio audiences, exchanging desperately unfunny one - liners with Carol Burnett and Sonny and Cher. Was it worthwhile? The answer must be in the affirmative as the Reynolds beef-cake is served up in Deliverance one of the most highly-effective movies of the year. The challenge Is man against nature; from the safe suburbs to a wildly rampaging Georgia river. An opportunity to torture (he city-soft body, to prove LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, MARCH 10th - 9 p.m. MOOSE HAll Music by . . . THE VAGABONDS Members and Invited Guests Only Located across the street from the Paramount Theatres Now! Lethbridge's Newest TAKE-OUT SERVICE . Town Chef Superb BEEF DIP to GOI Tender roast beef In a big crusty hogey bun, zesty au jus gravy, crisp french fries. 1.45 INDIVIDUAL PACK Delightfully different for parties, take out lunches, and at-home dining. . 3 or more orders delivered FREE anywhere In Lethbrldge PHONE 327-6412 *he cToron ttljef SOLiTHtRIl HLBERTfl THCBTRCS MOVIES YOU LIKE BEST CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre "THE BIBLE" - In color. Starring Stephen Boyd, Ava Gardner, Peter O'Toole and Richard Harris. Friday and Saturday, March 9 arid 10. Friday one show only at 8:15 p.m. No Matinee Saturday, Family. FORT MACLEOD - Empress Theatre "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" - In color. Starring Goldie Hawn and Edward Albert. Friday and Saturday, March 8 and 10. Friday shows at 7:oo and 9:00 p.m. Adult. Special Saturday afternoon matinee, Saturday, March 10 at 2:00 p.m. "DONAVAN'S REEF" - In color. Starring John Wayne. Family. All seats 50c. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "EMBASSY" - In color. Starring Chuck Connors, Broder-ick Crawford and Richard Roundtree. Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10. Friday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult TABER - Tower Theatre "WHAT'S UP, DOC?" - In color. Starring Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal. Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10. Friday shows at 7.00 and 9.-00 p.m. Matinee Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Family. Topless Pianos are |uit the thing if you operate a Night Club and need the extra volume. In the home it Is best to keep the piano closed except when playing. This will keep the entry of dust to a minimum. All that will be needed is to be sure someone Opens the fallboard often, wipes the keys with a soft cloth and then caresses them with the fingertips to remove the cobwebs - from the mind. Sherlock Manning - Yamaha - Bell - Used Pianos and Lowrey Organs at... BAILEYS KEYBOARD ! 318 Bth ST. S. IITHBRIDOE PHONE: DAYS 327-0023 - EVENINGS 327-0013 Member Piano Tech Guild Tuning and Repairs through sweet, pain, heaving chest, rampant and triumphant maleness. But the rigors and terror of the trip into the hinterland destroys the male ego and offers only man into beast as the price of-survival. Reynolds as Lewis is an easily defined character but exceptionally bandied in counterpoint to Jon Votfht's Ed. They're the two ends of the taut string on which dengfe the other two members of the party. They are Bob (Ned Beatty) who is brutally sodomieed by idiot mountain men and Drew (Ronny Cox) who is the last to sever the link with civilisation. The confrontation of the four with their inadequate selves and the immensity of nature is stunning suspenseful moviemaking. But the real star is nature,, assaulting the eye and the senses in the magnificent photography of Vllmos Zslg-mond who, surprising enough, has not received an Academy Award nomination. Neither has writer James Dickey who may be spotted in the small role of the sheriff. Director John Boorman has picked up a nomination and Deliverance is up for the best film Oscar . . . You'll want to see it, but he prepared ... it's a shocker. � * * THE GODFATHER: Is en-other which has been by-passed in the cinematography section. Surprising in that much of the mood of that blockbuster was derived from the subtleties of the photography. The technical nominations are to long  term Oscar buffs often an indication as to how the awards will finally go. Leading the pack is the critically creamed but publicly acclaimed The Poseidon Adventure. Lining up be- THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -Presents- In the . . . AZTEC LOUNGE SONGS and ORGAN STYLINGS by "SHERRY LANE in the . . . CABARET "RUBY CAT" it Thursday and Friday Everyone admitted FREE * Saturday - $1.00 cover charge per person In the . . . FRONTIER DINING ROOM Playing for your dancing pleasure Fridays and Saturdays from 7:30 to lliSO p.m. 'HARRY BAILEY' (at the keyboard) Also playing far your listening pleasure Sundays from 6 p.m. te 8 p.m. hud "Posekkm" Is Oeberet, The Godfather, Butterflies ere Free sod Lady Stags The Blues. The Hollywood Press Asso-dation's Golden Globes five the nod to Godfather, with Cabaret as runoerup. Tbi tetensv tiooel Film Iraporters annual awards nornlMuW lactate two for Michael Cataei for his cur-renOy playing Pulp ted for his Laurence ottvtar oo  starrer Sleuth. Awards are as numsrous sad ss meaningful ss the rash of international Sim festivals, sad all will be edipeed when the elaborate poQmg system of the Academy climaxes March 27.  e  FESTIVAL: It should be encouraging to writers that the winning play at the one-set festival in Banff last Weekend was an Alberta product. Theresa Krygler of Calgary's Theatre Youth Society reports that writer. Bonnie Shields rather diffidently approached their group with her script. It was a happy meeting and Theatre Youth seized MJss Shield's Crazy Alice and, with their director J. P. Eadie, Mumped first in CeJgary and then at the provincial finals.    AND MORE: Opportunities for writers. Last week's column noted the annual adult play-writing competition aponaorerl by the department of Culture, Youth and Recreation. Now to hand are brochures on the high school playwrltmg competition, with a deadline for entry of .April 16, and that for television scripts (deadline May 1). Full details are available at the Bowman Arts Centre. Now, while these competitions emanate from the drama division of C.Y. and R, the writing division of the department offers an excellent new letter that gives writers some direction for their work. There's a big, hungry market. What's needed and where has long been lacking. Now there's a real attempt to get this informeunn to you. PEOPLE: Drams teacher, director of the upcoming Oklahoma and the "Miss of Four Hits and A , . ." Lily Latter is checking Jacket designs for the group's latest disking . . . local actor Jack Warburtoe pops up Wednesday on This Land in a two-part dramatization of the life of Jerry Potts . . . Jerry Pokarney had his Siding 54, originally composed for the Malta, Mont. Ugh school band featured in the recent Tri-Ownmimity Festival of Music in Milk River . . . Steve Alexander of Tamarax Is working on the idea of a con* Friday, March 9, 1973 _ THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD - If TV star turns director cert with local groups playing their own original material.. . and from Vancouver playwright John Lauras a telegram of good wishes for the Bowman Players who took his Babel Rap to the provincial one-act festival in Banff. * e  ^OOK-1N: This is television weak; Saturday, Laurence Olivier sad OoMtaoee Cuminings in Long Day's Journey into Night (Ch. S); Tony Curtis proving he's a very good actor bdeed in The Boston Strang-ler (Ch. 13); and the three-hsakJe sopper Love Story (Ch, 7); Sunday, a re-make of Steinbeck's The Red Pony, with Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara (Ch. IS); David Jan-ssen, former Fugitive and Treasury agent piloting another possible series as a private eye in Harry O (Ch, 5); and Jack Webb, likewise with Escape (Ch. 3); Monday, a first rate study of political finagling in The Best Man with Henry Fonda and Cliff Robertson (Ch. 3) and, late night Noel Coward's superb In Which We Serve (Ch. 7); Tuesday, for drama students, at an uneartly 6 a.m.; The Stage, uses of costume and makeup in characterization, (University of the Air, Ch. 13); Wednesday, favorite actress Joan Haekett in Claw of ,'63 (Ch. S); Thursday, Carol Burnett welcomes and salutes the very special Miss Peggy Lee (Ch. 7); Friday, Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer, filmed in Ontario with Jane Wyatt as Aunt Polly. * * * And what's a ballet mistress to do? Muriel Jolliffe, preparing for Royal Academy exams, has one broken foot, two broken legs, a broken arm and mumps afflicting students. The traditional theatrical good luck greeting "break a leg" has now been outlawed in her studio. Royal Trust sponsors drama series TORONTO (CP) - Royal Trust Co. has purchased total sponsorship of the National Dream, CBC television's docu-menary-drama series based on Pierre Barton's books about the building of the CPR. In a joint announcement, the company and the CBC said the eight one-hour color films in the series are scheduled for telecast starting in March, 1974. Mr. Berton will appear as host-narrator of the series, which features William Mutt as Sir John A. Macdonald and John Colicos as William Cornelius Van Home. HOLLYWOOD (AP) - "The thing that bothers me most about television is that no one really has a free choice." Darren McGavin, TV movie star and a veteran of three series, is turning toward producing and directing his own theatrical movies. McGavin, who starred in the ABC Movie of the Week, Night Stalker, the highest rated movie for television, said: "I think it's important to remain active in television. I don't want to withdraw. Move the medium. But it's a matter of choices." He organized his own company, Tauresn Films-S.A., and recently completed his first production, Mothers Day, in Nova Scotia. Ron Howard, Bobby Darrin, Patricia Neal sad Clorls Leachmen star. Would McGavin, the star of nearly a dozen TV movies, make films for television? He replied: "As a producer working within the framework of cinema, trying to reach an audience with truths, I find television not to be the area. I don't want to be crimped." McGavin, a feisty, loud-talk ing, red-haired Scotsman from Spokane, - Wash., said he went into moviemaking-financed independently from the studios- for freedom and control. KNOWS OWN MIND "I want to do what I want un der the :conditions I want. As ah actor, director and producer. I don't know if we'll accomplish it, but that's what I want." He contends that if producers had more freedom it would improve television and the movies. "What you would have is an upsurge in creativity," he said. "What you have now is a paucity of creativity." McGavin, the lead in the series Mike Hammer, Riverboat and The Outsider, said He thinks audiences have been exposed to so much television that they already know the plot of every potential show. "It's very difficult to involve an audience today because they're so jaded by all the nonsense that has been thrown at them," he said. "I think the only reason an audience goes to something is to be touched, to be altered, to be consumed." In the current season, McGavin starred in three ABC Movies of the Week, Say Goodbye Maggie Cole, The Six Million Dollar Man and The Night Strangler, a sequel to The Night Stalker. "If an actor can remove himself from that ego necessary to be an actor, he can look to the primary responsibility to attend to the intent of the script. Some actors can work with other ac- tors, but they can't help a block working toward the reso- script because they don't have lution of the play. If it is not " SS?6.."1 ... done right it destroys the in- "Each scene is like a building tent." SILVER PLUME, Colo. (AP) . Cokx-edo opened a luo million highway tunnel through the Continental Divide today. The 1.7-mile-long bore, named for the late president Dwight D. Eisenhower, is more than 11,000 feet above sea level. It is the highest vehicular tunnel in the world and the longest fat the Untied States, says me r How to make your home safer The best way to prevent accidents around the home is to be aware of the hazards The free booklet "Home Safe Home" puts you In the know. Pick up your copy at your local Canadian Western office, or write or visit our Public Information Department in Calgary. mnimiiiiif x7l 1111111111M11 Another Public Service of canaDian ujesiern naiuraLoas ' i[ I l)'< U 1 .' \ if I 11 I' *u ,<.�<'. .. , A 1 I,. . I .,, . ..... Federal plans name change WINNIPEG (CP) - Federal Grain Ltd. has announced plans to change the name of the company to Federal Industries Ltd. Directors said the new name will be more descriptive present and future activities of the company, which sold all its elevator and grain-handling facilities to the prairie Wheat pools a year ago. The proposal is subject to shareholder ratification at a meeting March 23. Longest highway funnel opened Colorado division of highways. A key segment of Interstate 70, It will bring Denver and the east half of the state an hour closer to Salt Lake City, Utah, ana Phoenix, Ariz. The tunnel, 60 miles west of Denver, replaces 10 miles of switchbacks and hairpin turns by which the highway crossed U,992-foot-hlgh Loveland Pass. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE sat., march 10Hi - 8:30 p.m. Music by "JACK BLECH" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY (WE DARE YOU) Not to have the time of your life by engaging In our parties, trips and dance classes. Fully qualified staff of 12 to teach you any or all dances. (SPECIAL off SPECIALS) 10 LESSONS ONLY 10 DOLLARS Call - 1 p.m.-IO p.m. daily except Sat. from 11-4 p.m. F0LLGARD DANCE CLUBS 626 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 328-0548 Lethbrldge Musical Theatre ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TONIGHT FRIDAY, MARCH 9th - 8 p.m. GREEN ROOM Yates Memorial Centre f LABOR \ CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday and Saturday "COUNTRY BLUES" Members and their guests enryi THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Friday - Beaver Room "THE MOONGLOWS" Saturday - Vimy Lounge "THE MOONGLOWS" Cabaret - "CHARADES" MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY paramount cinema L 327-SIM TONITf and SAT. AT 7:15 . 9:30 P.M. paramount state** a�i SHOWING TONITE AND SATURDAY n sHKJffiS'ElOTDS forjajW family mirth and musicl WALTDISNEYS HUIIUOUS MLCMttOON FUTURE ' * children 75c anytime Saturday Continuous 1 p.m.-11:30 p.m. Doors Open at 12:15 a.m. Showing Sunday Matinee only at 2 p.m. college cinema I *s� a Meje* DC. BMM� NOW SHOWING AT 7:00-9:10 P.M. Iff you steal $300,000 from the mob. it's not robbery. If s suicide. restricted adult ANTHONY QUINN  YAPHET K0TT0 "ACROSS 110T STREET United Artwtt ;