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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Movie Column Burton Campaigns For Oscar Award By B01J THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) For a man who claimed he had no chance to win, Richard Burton seemed to be campaigning briskly. Burton and his wife, Elizabeth Taylor, had ventured northward from their Puc.-to Vallarla hide- away for a round of interviews. H was the largest flurry they'd had with the press in some time, and that may o.' may not have been caused bi- te candidacy for Ite best-actor Oscar because of Anne of the Thousand Days. The setting was on a Bel-Air knoij overlooking the smog Slone Canyon reser voir. This was the home ol Eliz SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE SOUTHERN STAR" in technicolor, starring George Segal, Ursula Andrcss and Orson Welles. Saturday, March 21. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "RUN WILD, RUN FREE" in technicolor, starring John Mills, Sylvin Syms and Mark Lester. Saturday, March 21. Show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "ME, NATALIE" in color, starring Patty Duke. Saturday and Sunday, March 21 and 22. Saturday show at p.m. Sunday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE SOUTHERN STAR" in technicolor, starring George Segal, Ursula Andress and Orson Welles. Saturday, March 21. Shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BHOD1E" in color, starring Maggie Smith. Academy Award nominee for best actress. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, March 21, 23 and 24. Saturday shows at and p.m. Adult. Get More Out ol lift Talti Family to a Mavis beth's mother, and il had been hosen for a chat between the Burtons and Charles Colling- vood for a CO Minutes show to 30 aired by CBS Tuesday. I'll be coming back next monlh to lose the Bur- on said. "I must keep my rec- intact. Seme people did re- search at the Academy and dis- covered that 1 hold the record [or the number of nominations tor an aclor who has never won. Six in all." During his stay here, Burlon also taped a 90-minute interview with David Frost. I wondered whether the film depression and the resistance to huge salaries for stars had af- fected the Burtons. He indicate thai they continue to get offers but arc willing to adjust to U'.e new economics: "Of course you know Eliza belh was Ihc first star to re- PHILCO COLOR TV IlifUlt RADIO I TV JAUl 302 I3lh St. N. ceive the million-dollar salary, and she remains the liiglwst aid-now she gels jlus 10 per cent of the gross. As or myself, poor fellow, I have icen unable to break the mil- ion-dollar barrier. "Our nexr picture will be Tie Defector, based on my friend Iharles Collmgwood's novel about North Vietnam; he was one of the few journalists to be allowed into the country. also will have Cregory Peck in be picture, and his normal sal- ary is "That would mean for some film company to pay in star salaries at the outset, and i don't think that's realistic. We would be willing to work at a smaller fee in return for a share of UK proceeds. "I'think that's fair. And the gamble can pay off, too. The only other tune we did it was in Taming of the Shrew, and we came off very well. Made more than we would have on salary." ANCIENT FOOD Dehydrated potatoes sus- tained people in the Andes long before the first European had tasted the tubers. BICIIAUD BURTON Never A Winner Stand Guard Two German and retain lower watchmen who blow a horn every hour of the night t< Display COALDALE (HXS) The Ixp'.orcr girls used puppets in a puppet play The Mysterious it. Cob staged for the Coaldale Senior Citizen's recently. The group also participated n a recent Sunday morning worship service at the Coaldale United Church. The girls pres- ented a play, Reconciliation in a Broken World and sang What Will 1 Do. Guitar accompanist was Miss Marilyn Blakie. Morth 51, THI LITHBHDSE HERALD 7 BEGAN' IN ENGLAND The modern game rf fennis began in. England in 1874. FAIRLY COMMON Some 237 solar eclipses occur each century. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE (-304 5lh Si. S. National Store Phono 327-7244 ROSS HOSAK, C.DJU. AMPLIFIERS MINUS ONE CLUB REGULAR DANCE POLISH HALL 13 N. Sat., March 21st 9 p.m.-l a.m. VERA SINCLAIR TRIO ORCHESTRA 327-1441 afar p.m. "Sound of the Pros" Seriet- Model L-190D 1EAD AMP Built for tha Rock Field with Io1s of Pro Smash Sound. Tone difference galore from those traiy high tones to those 10lid Garnet Ban saundi. -FEATURES- 2 Garnet 12" speak- ers with 2" alum. coili. high velocity Korni for mid range and high qency projection. 9 Choict laminated cabinet) Exclusive-pull-out (or extreme tonal coloring. Treblt boost and pull out volume controls. Pull-Out Ban Control. Trerr.elo and fuizlont with neon Peak music power WO watti. ENQUIRE ABOUT OUR REHEARSAL DEMONSTRATION NOW ON DISPLAY AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. "EVERYTHING fOR THE MUSIC LOVER'1 Paramount Theatre Building Phone 378-4080 The Playgoers of Lethbridge "THE HOSTAGE" play by BRENDAK BEHAN Award winning play Tn the recent Alberla Regional Drama Fesilvol WED. THURS, FR1. APRIL 1-2-3 P.M. Yates Memorial Centre Tickets on a! Yatti box office Starting Anarch 25th RESERVED SEATS S2.00 EACH Proceeds 1o fa taking the play to the Dominion Drama Festival in Winnipeg, May IB-23, SHowtimes iAPlTOI, THEATRE- Special Matinee Aladdin and His Lamp: Last complete From Nashville With Music 7 Guns For Lasl complete PARAMOUNT Bab acd Carol, Ted and Short Last complete PARAMOUNT CINEMA John and Short Last complete COLLEGE MLL CINEMA Special XlaUnec: Alladin and His Lamp The Girl Who Couldn't Say Short Last complete "BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR" National Board of Review "BEST ACTRESS of the year- Jane Fonda" -Hew York Fta Critics "ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST' -Saturday Review cmema RESTRICTED ADULT Sj Dosdn Mia Hoffman Fanw 5inJ01toMARY NOW SHOWING ol and 9.30 p.m. 1 NEXT ATTRACTION I I Q ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS, RICHARD GENEVIEVE BURIOK BUJOID ECHKICOLCR Lions Club of Lethbridge 13th Town Country 1000 CASH I W W PIAY-AT-HOME BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE- Tho first card wilh oil numbers toveiecf (blockoul) wil.l receive tha grand prize of In the of more thon one blackout the winner) may off" or spill 1rie prize. THE BONUS PRIZES- for the ffrst all filled down ihe "B" low, down the "0" row, top row and across the bollom row. Trie bonus prices will be awarded lo the fjrsr correct carcfi according lo I ha rotation of numbers called. In the case of tics, will be split. Bonus priza win-' ncrs wii[ have iheir cards refunded to Iricrn lo continue playing for the blackout bingo, "X" BINGO WINNER Mrs. M. Bolokoski, 712 12th Street C N. "I" BINGO WINNER MRS. KAY METZ, 909 9th Sireel North THE "H" BINGO HAS BEEN CALLED LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Nos....... Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 50 11 Games Priie Money....... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards 5Qg Each Childrtn Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the beverage room for member! and their inviltd guests IN CALGARY STAY AT ATLANTA MOTEL YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCEI 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suits Free TV end Ice Dial Phones in all unils Minutes from Shopping Stampede Grounds Moderate Rales MONDAY and TUES. BEHIND THE BAMBOO CURTAIN LIFE IS CHEAPER. LOVE IS EASIER AND THE DOLLS ARE DEADLIER CARDS ONLY EACH CH yours now and win One or more prizes HERE ARE THE NUMBERS TO DATE: N-H G-59, B-6, t7, 1-25, G-47, 0-72, G-48, B-1, G-53, 1-27, N-45, N-42, 0-71, G-56, B-2, 0-64, 1-24, 0-67, R-12, N-39, 1-19, G-S8, B-ll, B-15, 1-16, 0-6B, G-57, 0-63, N-34 1-18, 0-69, 1-26, G-55, N-38, B-4, 1-30, N-37 B-5, 0-66, 1-20, B-3, 0-74, B-8, G-51, 0-65 THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: G-50, 1-19, N-32, G-52, G-44 Additional plus oil numbers already will be published every Saturday In The lelhbrldjt Herald. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-8670 or 327-4915 immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS I DON'T WAIT Till THE IAST KNIGHT With Your INCOME TAX Avoid the last m'nulo nnh, lei BLOCK iloy ycur in- come tax dragons. We're convenient, and guarantee our accuracy. Don't put olf till tomorrow you con do foknlgnt. MATINEE DAILY AT P.M. flflNNITGH WANNA SCI1MHO 1 ANTHONY EISLEi SjHWANDiSA LEIGH Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL STARTS MONDAY WATCHERS Meeh Every Tuesday p.m. and p.m El Rancho Motel NEXT ATTRACTION RESTRICTED ADULT You never told me your brotticrtwas BLACK1 Mayor Magratn Dr. For Information Calf WAUDtSNEY "I'm takin' your wife from you, blood Mp-MOftmrifino ITS TOC3M STARTS Ton A BIRD! FRIDAY RESTRICTED ADULT I onnsnled .-..his pa dos'rc wai lo p'ovkle so TODAY thru WED. lopiess helasl.of NOMINATED FOR 4 ACADEMY AWARDS 1. BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS CANNON" 2. BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR "ELLIOTT GOULD" 3. BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY 4. BEST SCREEN PLAY the Hlobile Hot-shots CHiCKEN... out ti "THE GIRL WHO COULDN'T SAY NO" toTor VIRNI LIS1 GEORGE SEGAL efem cverythSi he abne BOBCAROL 4TED A ALICE: ELLIOTT CANNON SATURDAY -----ovmxni We gvaionlca accurnlt preparation of evtry lax If fiit any errcri that coit you any petwfly or inleteil, we will pay ptnahy ef ic fc 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 9-9 WEEKDAYS 9-5 SAT. Phone 327-3712 I NO AFTOIN7MENT NECESSAKY NEXT ATTRACTION "Goodbye Mr Chips'7 PETER OTCXXE PETUtA CLARK ;