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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta iWuSSssJ" Joan Walcrfield NTERTAINMENT E a dreaful Cascin- ation in viewing movies made (or television. A major contributor to Ihe mediocrity of the medium, the movie of the day, the week or tlie weekend, Is ground out in the film factories with a slick proficiency that denies its au- dience even Ihc hilarity of the obviously horrible. O[ course there is the occas- ional Brian's Song and next Wednesday's That Certain Sum- mer (recommended by Judith Crist, with the estimable Hal Holbrook in the cast) should be worthy ot your lime and atten- lion. M-per-ccnt of the tailor- ed for television trash mea- sures down to A Walk Into Day- light, an example culled from Tuesday past. It was back to Ihe "B" movie fealure formula of the forties; the America-the-melting-pot ol Hiinanity placed in shared jeopardy. Those svcre the days of the Bronx Irishman, the Jewish in- ellcclual, the Southern Poh-ah white trash (no blacks allow- the Ivy League college aloft in a B-29 Iwmher, below n R Pacific prowling subinar- ne or circling Ihc wagons 'afore them Injuns attack." It's 30 years later; an earth- quake bas trapped Ihe group in New York's subways hut now we have au Uncle Tom, a soul brother, a block mother who screams about her children "up Ihe lonely spinster, the brave hut doubting cop and for good measure a "junkie." Now that's progress, that's conflict, hut whatever happened to that great American anonym Kowalski who was always first to answer the roll-call? A Walk into Daylight Is wander back to the television LABOR CLUB 4 4 4 4 4 CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST, N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT In the Clubrooms BLUES" Formerly "Jerry and Ihn HILL" From this Crowsncst Upstairs j HALLOWEEN SOCIAL EVENING 4 SATURDAY, OCT. COUPLE Music by "Country Blues" Members and Invited Guests! vastcland, part of a rating umbers game played by the icUvork with everybody losing. AND SO JKIvllS: To Channel which has elected not to carry he four-hour long Max Onlnil's Mm The Sorrow ami Ihc Pity. France in Ihc forties saw the stubborn resislanco of tlic Ma- inus (often glorified by Holly- saw the bcslial shaving of the heads of Frenchwomen who took Germans as lovers (the footage moulders iu news- reel Between these two extremes and at a remove of 30 years, Ophuls has searched for (he ruth of Ihc occupation, of Prance and created an epic doc- umentary. Anlhony Eden has said (hat anyone who did not live umlci the Occupation cannot Judge the French. Tiie Ophul's film is not judgement, it is a million mir- rors to humanity. The denial of an opportunity to see it. since il is most unlikely to be leased in a. local movie house, should be questioned by all v.'ho still contest the "idiot box" appellation. BUT CHEERS: To that same Channel 7 which came up with nifty tele-political coverage on Tuesday's Comment. Host Hil MaUicson, having posed Ihe questions to local candidates Hoffman, Russell, Ilurlburt am Hancock, obviously was dying to enter Uie fray but container liimself with enthusiasm. Sel and camerawork created a feel ing of intimacy which paii inter-action dividends. show, but too short; It eoulc have gone for a lively hour. DULL: Prime Minister Tru deau's hot-line appearance on CKCN. Calls seemed so carc- ully screened, questions so in- nocuous that the Trmleau cool unruffled, ttie charm .00 plaslic. At best, a luke- warm link to the people of Al- jerta. DON'T BOOK THAT BANQUET! VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE Is pleased to announce Ihe OPENING SOON of a new addition lo their building suitable for if BANQUETS MEETINGS WEDDINGS Etc. ACCOMMODATION FOR 350 Bookings Are Now Being Accepted! (OPENING DATE DECEMBER 9th) PHONE 345-3080 FOR YOUR RESERVATION! Catering Also Available _ Phone 345-4333 The Coaldale Kinsmen New Year's Eve Frolic will be held our new bulicJing Gel your tickets now! A LAUD: From Mike Slither- nndi formerly of the Point of Interest, and post-marked (ap- propriately enough) GolspEc, Sutherland, Scot. Mike, on the first leg of a travelling spree, sounds deliphted at the oppor- tunities in Britain to pick up playing dales, lie's less satis- fied to find that records of performers such as Joni Milch- ell and Gordon Lightfoot arc listed in music stores as Aincri- cnn vocalists. A LETTEIl: From Dr. anil Mrs. lion Hickcii, this lime from London, Enfi. Dr. Hickcn, sabbatical from the music partmenl. University of Lclh- idgc and his v-ifc are raplur- sly enjoying the famous Toms." A footnote offer's the triguing "ivc'll tell you about :r adventures later good a play." DELIGHT: .That of Leth- idge Mjsical Theatre In ob- ining so quickly a replace- ient for the ailing Marion Mar- we in K. Wecltfc. Miss 'edge quickly agreed lo under- .ke the demanding role of Al- onza in the upcoming produc- on of Man of La Mancha. She as been described by Harold aldringe, artistic director of hcatre Calgary as "a perfect oil" and must be a most un- ssummg and undemanding star mce her single request of .M.T. was that they consider ccomniodaling her cat which ravels everywhere with her. [or arrival here this weekend ill be greeted with warmth and gratitude by Mancha's cast. v And we're on the sub- cct feline don't forget this at the Yates The South- Tiinster Junior Choir, The Pink amesc and the Anne Camp- xill singers vnth the Joseph Lid the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. The youngsters ire always delicious their lisciplinc should impress. Presents ANOTHER FIRST! BEGINNING THIS TUESDAY, OCT. 31st AND EVERY TUESDAY ON THE "PHONE JOAN SHOW" willi Joan WaicifirrlH nnrl Jim Elllolt AT A.M. "ASK THE DOCTOR" DR. K. ABLER, M.D. In Person CJOC. licnl Calli or 323-2125 long Distance for qualified advice on medical and health problems DR. K. ADIER, M.D. Medical Drreclor, Chinook Health Unil CROWSNEST PASS LISTENERS TUNE TO CJPR on your dial soon "Phone Joan Show'7 Won't stop election broadcast OTTAWA poll re- sults on a hour-long news spe- cial Sunday night. Tho court.1; have ruled Ihal the commission cannot act as censor, pvoliibiting certain ma terial from being screened, the spokesman saiil. But the com mission still had Hie right to take action later when tele- vision and radio stations sough licence renewals. Television and radio station! are prohibited from broad casting partisan advertisements or announcements 24 hours be- fore election day and durin; elcclion day. But factual new rcporls are permitted. Clifford Scotton. national sec relary of the Nov Democrat! Party, said Thursday he drc the matter lo the commission' attention and suggested actio before Hie hroadcasf. is unquestionably political Mr. Scotlon said. "Wtio knows the validity of October 77, 1972 THE HtRAlO 11 Stars turn backs on Hollywood Qupke strikes MILAN (AP) An earth- quake shook an unusually wide area in northern and central Italy Wednesday night, causing some- panic but no damage. Major cities that felt the tremor included Milan, Genoa and Florence. Authorities said there were no injuries. GROUP WINS SWEEP CONCORD, N.H. (AP) A group of six employees at a Manchester hospital won 000 yesterday in the New Hamp- shire Sweepstakes. AM'IIED HITCHCOCK Hitchcock in market for movie NEW YORK (fteutcr) Film director Alfred Hitchcock, who returned yesterday from a European publicity trip to boost his latest film Frenzy, said lie is in the market for material for a new film. However, he said he severely restricted the type of story he could use for a film. "People expect me to pro duce crime he said. "If 1 made a musical, they would be wondering when the chorus rl was going to be shot." WASHINGTON (AP) The mcrican Film Institute an- ounced n gift from lovie magnate Jack Warner lo onslvuct its new temporary icalre in the Kennedy Centre or the Pel-forming Arts. Institute director George Stc ens said the contribution will roviclG a temporary theatre lending completion of s per- manent one. Even before the temporary hcatre Is completed, with arget date of late January, the nstitute will start presenting vcekly film programs at the entre's Eisenhower Theatre on kind ays. Once Ihe temporary theatre s completed, Stevens said, il rill show a different film everj day of the year, making it museum of the motion picture art. Today's Showtimes Gay group strikes out WH1TEHORSE, Y.T. (CP) Women's lib has scored a break- hrough of sorts in the Yukon Territory. But the gay libera- tion front has struck out. Directors of the annual Yukon Sourdough Hcndez-vous in Whitchoi-se have decided lhat the festival queen chosen each year can be a Miss, Ms or Mrs., vrilh or without a family. The only females not eligible are students. Directors Iclt activi- ties connected with the sour- dough festival might interfere wilh their studies. Previously, Ihe rules were that queen contestants had lo be single and between IB and 2-1 years of age. The age restric- tions have also been eliminated. Directors vetoed, however, suggestion lhat the contest should be open lo everyone, male and female. They felt some men wouldn't want to be known as queen. 'AHAMOUNT 7riday Short Subjeds 'Slaughter Uist Complete Show Restricted Adult Saturday Short Subjects "Slaughter" One Complete Show La si Complete Stow Restricted Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Kridny anil Saturday Short "Subjects "Butterflies are Free" bast Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "American Wilderness" Three, Complete Shows Family Saturday "American Wilderness" Five Complete Shows Family GIIEKN ACRES DRIVE-IN Closed tonight JUTHERII flLKRIfi TBTRR M O V I S YOU tIKE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Wall Disney's "NOW YOU SEE HIM, NOW YOU DON'T" In Technicolor. SlnrrinR Kurt Russell, Oaseir Tiomero, .loc Flynn and Jim Barkus. Friday, October 27. Shows at and p.m. Family. Saturday. October 28 only. "AMMUCAN WILDERNESS'' In color. A True-Life Advcnlnrc From Ba.in lo Alaska. Matinee al p.m. Kvcnini; at and p.m. Undei 12 7.7C. 12 and over 1.75. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "ROMANCE OF A HOBSETHIEF" In rnlnr. stimnn Yul BminT and ICfi Wallaclp Friday and Saturday, Oclntvei- rl and Friday shnws si an'l 9do p.m Adull. Sprcirtl Snfimlay Attcrnnnn Matinee "TAflZAN CiOKS TO INDIA" In rolnr Slarrinp Jock Mahonev. Saturday. Oclotxir 28. Show si 2.00 p.m. unly. All sc.ats SOc. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre STOHY" In color. Starring Ali MncCraw anl KridHy and .Saturday, Oclohc.r :'.7 and ?n. Friday j-hows at and p.m. Adull Not Suitable I'nr Children. Special Saturday Atteinnnn Matinee. "nrCKSKlV In color. Kiiliirrl.iy, Oclolxr IK Sh'nv at 2.00 p m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED I.ADY" Tn color. Alan Funt of Candid Camera full Icnglli movie. Friday, Odolxr 27. Shows at and p.m. Kcslrictcd Adull. Knlurday. Ocloher 28 only. "AMERICAN In color. A True-Life Adventure from .-Ma.ska to Kaja! Srsuus ,it nntt p.m. ]''amiiy. By BOD THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ads Ircm the Hollywood He- poiler: "STAR'S ESTATE. An acre nl Beverly Hills an llartlord Way. Cliarminc colonial, four liniruoim, inalcl's, library, room, padillc tennis court, pool. "KASIOUS STAIl'S KS- TATE. Exquislle and niod- rm: Klnhorale master suite his anil hers baths: (ivml ProjcclioB Ihcalrc! Children's wing! rooll" These are typical offei-s in Ihc real esliiLc sections of the movie trade papers, which advertise "star's homes" at prices up to J550.000. The cas- ual reader might suspect a mass exodus of film stars, It's not that bad. Nearly ev- ery grand house in Beverly Hills has had a star owner or tenant during its history, and real cslalc salesmen under- stand, the value of being able lo say, "Lana Turner slept here." But tlic truth is lhat fewer and iewer stars are making their homes in the high-rent district of Bel Air and He'- vcvly Hills. Some can no longer afford such houses. Others simply find the film colony life no longer to Ihcir liking. LIVES IN FLORIDA Richard Boone, a Los Ange- les native, sold his Bel Air house eight years ago and moved to Hawaii. Now he is a resident ol SI. Auguslinc, Fla. He comes here only for his NBC mini-scries, Ilec Ramsey, and other acting as- sign menls. "I don't like Southern Cali- he says. "I like to get away from Hollywood and acquire a fresh approach." Hohert Redlord lives near Prove, Utah, at a winter re- sort he is developing. Like Richard Boone, Mickey Iloo- ney chooses to make his home in p'lorida. Loretta and Dick Vaji Dyke reside in Arizona, and Van Dyke perfoi-mod his television scries at a etudin near Phoenix. When not working in a film, Marlon Brando lives in Tahiti, where he plans to develop an Island as a resort and laboratory to develop food sources. Raymond Burr spends lus time away from Ironside at his now on a Fiji island. Frank Sinatra turned his back on the Los Angeles smog to retire in Palm Springs, where Red Skclton, Phil Harris and olher stars have permanent homes. Honor artist OTTAWA (CP) The post oltice has announced that an eight cent stamp, marking the NXHh anniversary of the death of Canadian artist Cornelius Kreighoff. will be issued Nov. 29. II will carry a rcproduclion of his painting, The Dlack- smith's Shop. Bcrlou is sued TRAINING SCHOOL. SASKATOON (CP) Masscy- 'erguson Industries Ltd. has chosen Saskatoon as a hasc for Is new training school for me- chanics, il was announced today. FAMILY ALASKA 4.BAJA! COLOR OTTAWA (CP) Author and i iroadcaster Pierre Berton of Toronto is being sued lor dam- ages by the Ottawa firm of In- dustrial Automation. In a writ 'iled in Ontario Supreme Court offices here, the firm aUe.ges t Mr. Berton signed a con- tract in 1971 agreeing to pur- chase one per cent of its shares al aji agreed price. It said Mr. Borton did nol follow the agree- ment. GREEN ACRES Sorry Folks CLOSED TONIGHT A TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE a genuine family OREGON JOURNAL n fflm abou1 Big Go me Trophy Hun'inj NOW SHOWING COLLEGE Adults Under 1! SI.00 WeeVdoyj 4.30, Sol. 1200, 4: Sun. 9.15 No Faisel THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Organ Slylings by "MARTA CLINE" in thu THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY Everyone AHmiMfld Frfa of DANCE PARTY AND UKRANIAN SMORAGSBORD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28th P.M. POLISH HALL 13lh ST. AD 8lh AVE. N. GOOD MUSIC Smorgasbord Serevcd to p m. PRICE PER PERSON Sponsored by Ukranion Catholic Women'1 HALLOWE'EN DANCE EAGLES HALL-13th ST. N. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th Judging of CMtumei 10 p.m. DANCING al 9 p.m. "FOUR ACES AND A FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONIY LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Social and Halloween Dance OCT. 28 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL 3rd AVENUE N. Music by 'THE COUNTRY THREE" Member! cuid Invited Guoin On'y AN IDEAL GIFT FOR ANYTIME OF THE YEAR GIVE BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS Tonite At anri p.m. MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. ONLY A FI1ANKOVICH PRODUCTION BUTTERFLIES FREE ADULT POSITIVELY LAST 1 DAYS i i 8ff- S- JWi Tonight and Sat. At rind p.m. Coming Soon PARAMOUNT THEATRE "FIDDLER ON THE ROOF" IN MAGNIFICENT TECHNICOLOR. ;