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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 5, 1971 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 5 TUESDAY AIOYIIC IMiA.MA: "1'l.ynioulh AiIvcnliiiT." (i Hi. A 1052 ilnimu, featuring Spencer Tracy, which chronicles the pilgrims' slonny voyage on the Mayflower. DOCTOR DRAMA: Marcus Wclby 8 p.m., I'll. Sally Fields plays identical twins in "I Can Hardly Tell You Apart." VAItlKTY; Carol Ilnniell Show, p.m., Cll. 7. A satirical salute to the movies with Carol Claiming and Steve Lawrence as scheduled guests. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Cli. 7. A nostalgic look at Canada's heroes of the as seen by the comic hooks. DOCUMENTARY: Tuesday Niglil, 10 p.m., Cli. "Crisis: October Plus One" is a chronology of the FLQ crisis that shook Canada one year ago. ADVUM'UKE: The Persuaders, 10 p.m., Cli. 13. Terry Thonvits lends some levity and Suzy Kendall some glamor to this cloak-and-dagger episode filmed in Rome. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DR.-UIA: "flanj! 1 p.m., Cll. 7. A Los Angeles high school teacher witnesses a gangland killing in a Hollywood parking lot. MOVIE WESTERN: "Silver 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A silver prospector sets cut to avenge himself against his thieving partner. Trimbles chantfei by Ihe station! and not the reiponiibilily of tho Herald or Trimblei Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on the half hour TUESDAY NIGHT WEDNESDAY Checline Richard Gordon Jim Shearer Leo Dow ShoW Total Information 7M5 Living World Country Digest John Oliver Barry Hegland News, Sports Richard Gordon Jack Neufeld News News Stocks TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six Rob Ingram John-Walker Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot if CJOC i, News, Wearher and Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1230 News, Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices Jack Tfiys Party Line Matinee Rob Ingram World at Six it CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Bab Cencie Don Hedman 5-30 Maior News Norm Gregory Major News Major News Mike Murry McMasler CBR Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT News This Country World a! Six Orchestral Conccrtsn-cc As If Happens Sporis, News, Wthr Tuesday Night Winnipeg Concert Pro' News, Sports, W'Jhr Tahv ..u... From the Capifals WEDNESDAY Max Ferguson Five Nights a Week 6'05 Eye Opener 4-03 Home Run Prairie Recital World at 9 World ai Six Affairs Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 11th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVER MILES; FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR A BRAKE RELINE 29 GUARANTY 24 month: or milts Reline and install bonded brake linings Check wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake hose, front bearinps and seals Repack front wheel bearings LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB -magazines grind 01 resolved through boom and bust ATA ballot hassle EDMONTON (Cl'i Mur- ray Jampolsky of Edmonton, a teacher who launched a lega lly THO.MAS HOLLYWOOD (API "Kyan O'Neal Returns to Bar- I bara "Lucille, liall Cries, 'I Don't Feel Guilty Any More.'" j The wonderful world of (he movie fan magazines moves action to contest Hie Alberta Teachers' Association execu- tive elections earlier this year, has been elected to the asso- ciation's executive council. Mr. Jampolsky began legal proceedings after the ATA tlcc tions, contending that the count- ing was improperly conducted. Mr. Jampolsky, a candidate for a vice presidency, lost to Jack Layton of Innisfail and Ronald Mundcll of Sherwood Park. The application to prevent Mr. Layton and Mr. Mundell from taking office was dismiss cd, but Mr. Justice A. M. De- chene of Alberta Supreme Court urged the association to "muster as much good grace as possible and admit its mis- take, and call a new election." Subsequently, the ATA execu- tive council decided to conduct a new vote. Election of Mi Jampolsky, along with Mr. Lay- ton, was announced this week. They will take office immedi- ately. Members will vote again next spring for the vice-presidents. SET ASIDE Since 1900 about 16 million acres of forestland have been set aside for parks and wilder- ness areas, reports the Ameri- can Forest Institute. I along with such cover-lines as these. The film industry may i come close to extinction, the star system may seem all but the fan mags carry on. i "I'was ever so. Fan magazines have existed almost since the beginning of Ihe movie medium, md they have continued HONEYMOONERS Actor Yul Brynner and his bride of 11 days, Jacqueline Decroisset, a former fashion editor for Vogue Magazine in Paris, arrive at New York's Ken- nedy Airport. The couple will honeymoon for several days in New York before Brynner resumes a promotion tour for his new film scheduled io open soon. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Willard" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Bananas" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA What's the Matter with Helen" "Sherlock Holmes" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Italian Job" "W.U.S.A." One Complete Show Community TV plan plugged HALIFAX (CP) The emergence of community televi- sion stations, using cable sys- tems for distribution, will pro- vide a new medium for "peo- ple-to-people" discussion o f local issues, the Community Planning Association of Canada xvas told todav. Wally Kubiski, of the Univer- sity of Winnipeg's urban studies institute, said existing media have not offered the chance for two-way community discussion. Mr. Kubiski said' that during the setting up of Unieity, an amalgamation of existing mu- I nicipalities in the Greater Win- i nipeg area, the urban studies A representative of the Na-1 institute had taken portable tel- ticnal Film Board of Canada evision cameras out into the and two people now working in community television told dele- gates to the CPAC annual con- ference that the system permits "grass roots discussion" of mat- ters that concem people. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A f If C RADIO AND TV J w lv 302 13th ST. N. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY "PRUDENCE PAST" FRIDAY "ANYTHING GOES" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 733 13th St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! community to promote discus- sion. He said Uie community televi- sion service was the only me- dium in Winnipeg that had of- fered all 158 municipal candi- dates equal time to discuss is- sues. Later, a workshop panelist said he did not think people would watch such programs for more than two or three minutes. Maurice Villcneuve. who heads a community television group in N'ormandin, Que., said equipment for such systems should be kept to a minimum so that it can be handled by volun- teer workers. However, some professional help would be re- quired to provide polish and continuity. Dcrnlhy Hcnaut of the Na- tional Film Board told a ques- tioner mat community televi- sion could not be handled through existing television sta- tions because they would not have time for mistakes. The community could gain ex- perience from cable and then move on to television stations demanding time for dis- cussion of local problems. through IKJUIII ;imi bu.sl, rollcd- i ing the personal triumphs and tragedies of the slurs. ''We slill go along Ihe old j moralistic says .Nancy I Anderson, west coast editor for Photoplay. ''If Liz Taylor steals Debbie Reynolds' husband, she 1 gets fat and sulfers.'1 That's (he way it is in the fan mag world. In a curious sort of way, it is one of the last bas- lions of morality. Husband-: stealing, pot smoking and ba- bies out of wedlock are still con- sidered no-nos. In writing about j such activities, the magazines I make it clear they deplore them. With the Hollywood scene being what it is nowadays, the magazines don't seem to run out of things to write about. STILL I.N BUSINESS Even with the movie business in rocky shape and the number of stars at an all-time low, the fan mags go on. The three lead- j ers, Photoplay, Modem Screen, Motion P i c t u r c h e latter i founded in 1912, the first in the very much in busi- ness. So arc all of Ihc lesser magazines, and others come j and go. Circulation is not up to boom years, but sufficient for survival. Says Photoplay's Nancy An- derson: "We slick mostly to the Old Hollywood (John "Wayne, Lucille Ball, Robert Young, i Barbara .Stanwyck) or the All- American types (Mario i Thomas, Reck Hudson, Debbie i Reynolds. Shirley Jones i ''The Hollywood has pro- duced some good actors, but no appealing stars. Our readers i can't identify much with Dustin i Hoffman." Fan mag readers are able to identify with some of the newer j names, many of whom have! achieved fame through televi- sion. Each magazine conducts a monthly poll of reader interest in personalities. Leaders among the more recent stars include: Barbra Streisand, David Cas- sidy, Ryan O'Neal, Ali Mac- Graw, Peggy Lipton, Chad Ev- erett, Flip Wilson, Bobby Sher- man, Diahann Carroll and Jack Lord. Who reads the fan mags? Mil- lions of women under hair driers, of course. The average reader is a married woman of 30. She seems more interested in reading about her own sex; males arc rarely featured on I the magazine covers. J Tonight thru Thurs. At and p.m. TOP-NOTCH THRILLER" NEXT ATTRACTION Walt Disney's DUCK" Tonight and Wed. at and p.m. ADULT Not Suitable For Children i COLOR by Deluxe1 Unrmd firtists STARTS THURSDAY FAMItY Md.M 1'FIM MS PETER RSBBIT 3 r f i TALES OF iBESTRIX POTTER it. Tonight and Wednesday CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NiGHT Here Come the Canada Outcloi Truth or Brides (c) (c) Trlrproba J Movie: Plymoutn Adventure Morning News Mary Tyler Moore g.2Q Farm and Citv Carol Burnett Tntiav Y TfilPScone ic) 0, Tuesday Nile Lee Drew Show News ic) Romper Room TeleprabP 7 9.35 Mr. Dressup WEDNESDAY CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY NIGHT David Fro.t All About Paces WEDNESDAY Pierre Berton Thought for Day 55 Norlh Maple A: 15 Nev.r, (r.) Rewitchert ft.30 University of Air Beat Ihc Clock (c) Movie: House of Ffighlcs- Silver City stem Another Wond (cl Fashions in Sewing Anythinq You Can 9-15 Francais Do tici Allen (r) Dirk Van Dyke in Convert I ion Buckshot (c) F i: JO CtHJf's County (c) Nows Love Style Ic) Marcus Wei by (c) Political Ian Tyson 1 The Persuaded C Difeclici.s Live Entertainment Nightly From p.m. to 12 Midnight through Saturday, October 9th FEATURING "BILL AND MARIE BREIN" DALLAS TAVERN Fiddler 011 Roof smash hi I in London LONDON (API Fiddler on the Roof, the smash hit Jewish musical that started out as a box office dud, closed hi Lon- don after 4lz years and performances. Bookings were, sparse when the show opened in but by the time the final curtain rang down the total receipts were about million. ADULT LW FlCTUSES PROEMS A'W.HURT MICHAEL CWNE .THEITrlLIANJOB' COLOR SECOND FEATURE f PftUt NEWMAN JOANNE WOOOWftRD ANTHONY PERKINS "XfflB BX OK SL Regular opening times for this program Gates 7 p.m. Show 8 p.m. KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Crblcvision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY 5.15 Our Wnrkt SMS Agriculture li.-no News (c) Ipoay .snow (c) Ihe Doctors (c) Today in Montana Another World Concentration (c) Edui? of Night Snle of tho Cenfury Gomnr Hotlywootl Squ.irt'i Mcrv Griffin Ic) Jnopardy (c) Hillbillies Ic) Who. What, Where F-'amily Affair Game NBC Hews NfWS J-.10 NftWS Ir) Somprj.nf .VOO New. 111.30 World lurn-i (c) -V.ifl Thn KFBB-TV Greaf Falls Channel 5 (Cablovision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT 6.CO Capt. Kanqnroo Mews 5: d1 (c) Mod Squad Movie: The UM Child Mnrfus Welhy i1 (i! C.in Audrey (c) Ono LIve Giilloplnt) Gourmet Our Lives Wlinro thfi Heart Is General Hospital News (c) Throe on n Maid SCiirh lor D.llinq G.imc ToiiKirrow Girl (c) All My f hlldrrn Mdkr n Dfrtl (c) -i.CO Ncwlywed Onmo Ncwi Learn to Play CLASSICAL GUITAR with Dale Ketcheson Phone 327-7524 Now Located in the Premises of Pruegger's Accordion College Ltd. 530 5th Street Soulh i j .WEDDING BELLS Dnr- orthy AInlinc, the Oscar-win- ning actress, lias married Cliarlr.s llnslon Bell, a Dallas motel chain cxocutivp. Malone. '15, perhaps hcst knnu'n fnr lirr four years in (lie television series Peyton Pine e, married licll in Dallas. Tex. A resident of Dallas most of lier life. Miss Malone her Osear in for her performance in Writ- ten on Hie Wind. mirni ilioiilor) Complainls alwiil smoR readied a record level during the weekend will] resi- dents saying the fumes caused headaches and nausea, authori- ties in Europe's largest port said Monday. The smog regis- Iraliim department received a record lolephonc com- plaints, He gsvs tke West justice up to its rammed more down its taf. uss BURT LANCASTER ROBERT RYAN LEEJ.COBB In A MICHAEL WINNER Film "LAWMAN" For Chil CMtanlng SHEREE NORTH ROBERT.DUVALL ALBERT SAtMl J. D. CANNON JOHN WcGIVER JOSEPH WISEMAN "WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH HELEN" and 2nd Hit ;