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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 3 D T. iYlMSlC IS Ian and the Great Speckled Bird this week play host to Dr. Music, Porter Wagoner and Dolly Par'.on, as well as Sylvia, on Tuesday, October 31 at p.m. V.'cll known names in the world of con-try and weslern, Porter Wagorer and Dolly Par- ton put together some good music. special guest Dr. Music nre familiar and popular faces on CTV. This of yoking Conadiaj] mu- sicians was created a couple of years ago for the CTV variety series "Andy Williams Presents The Ray Stevens As things turned out, the group worked well together and they've been making music ever since. British performer coaxed to return for B roadway play Sunday, October 29 S3 Thwsjht for the Day (H 4-I-I Club Time S.-.'.'l) fj Rev. Eolljcckien OJ Farm Nc'.vs 0 Ar.hie's Fun House CD of (Tf) Christopher Closcup I-Iirlcm Glo'oetrotU'es CJ This is ll-.t! Life O Kcx ilnmbnrd 65 Gospel Hcur (B Revival Fires CB Gospel Hour 9: CO 0 Kathryn Kuiilman O Ur.de Bobby rj Cap'-ain Scarlet Q Face the Nation O Make a Wish B Crossroads O Faith for Today (9) Day of Discovery C0 Day of Discovery (D Curiosity Shop (Q Oral Roberts CJ Meet the Press 0 Niven Miller CD NFL CD Horst Kcehlor Q Camera Throe (7) District 7 (13) Rural Report (8) NFL El MFL Ilex Irjmbsrd O NFL fB CFT.. Q This is the Life H Trccs-jre Island 3.-.10 O Market Place B Reach for the Top B Ca-npaign '72 C0 Garr.er Ted Armstrong Q Country Canada (0 Untamed World Q Here's Lucy No Place to Run Q Music to See ffl Wild Kingdom (Q This is Your Life Q ft (Md Couple fl) Lawrence Wclh Q Disneyland 0 Bridget Loves Dcrnic Q Ycu're E'.ccied Charlie O Mod Sqji.id 7: CO Q World o[ Disney 0) The FBI B Musicians of Bremen 0 Specials Hour Q MysLery Movie O) Jtovic: Whatever Hap- pened to Aunt Alice Q Julie AnCrcw's Show (0 Let Them Live Jlar.nlx B Sunday at Nine O MASII 10.-CO O W-5 6) Weckei'd 6 Mary Tyler Moore rjj) TEA Q Dold Ones Q News News CJ News 11: !j [J] C-IOC News O Xcws 33J Oil Report 11-30 C) Question Pci'icd Billy James Hargis Q News C8 District 7 Q Trjvcliire CB Men' Gri.'.'en B Movie: From tha Terrace By WIU.IASt CLOVER NEW YORK (AP) Alan Bates is guarding against Sag. ''Acting sometimes becomes a inserts the British performer. "It is suddenly to become aware of a static phase." The Bates early-alarm sys- tem explains why he has made only an improbable threo monlli commitment to a drama that has all the earmarks o( major triumph. His involvement with the play Bu'.iey began two summers ago. All about a man involved in ridiculous career bust-up, the sardonic comedy set critics and audiences swarm- Elites rj'jit after just seven mb-lhs r.rd went off to make a film colled IMPOSSIBLE Ob- ject. A certain amount of coaxing wooed him brick BuLIey was booked fir the United States. Tl'.e Premiere Oct. 31 at the Morosco Theatre will be his first appearance in New York since 10G5. Long lines of pre- openbjg ticket buyers have bean sturdily attesling to the show's, nord-of-mouth tion ard his magnetism. "If it turns out to be a grca! success there might be some extension of my involvement, but it would only be for a short he says'. PARTS CHANGE HANDS Like other actors in demand. Bales laments the dilemma '.hut tnriay's Ihcr.trc economics inncccs on crcnrlve freedom. "Producers alwavs want you fcr (MO years and that's a long period in which you should be doing things.'1 He finds one recent London trend en- We are Now Reedy to Serva You As a Newly Appointed Deder fc: We Also Feature A LETHBRfDGE HONDA CENTRE Cloied Monday. Open Co'ly o.m. la 5.30 p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. :o 9.00 p.m. AMPLE FREE PARK8KG 'Meal llic Press' to observe 25lli anniversary- Nov. 6, more than leadirg pubiic figures statesman, legislators, military leaders, foreign dignitaries, or other personages have ap- peared on "Meet the Pi-ess" programs on the NBC Television Netv.-ork. The scries observes its anniversary next 35 the ivorld's olc1.-! est network television program. I Usually, each guest appeared at a Lime when a national or global issue with which he was, identified was in the news, and as a result, the nation's newspa- pers. The first guest to appear in a "Meet the Press" television j interview was James A. Farley, 1 former Postmaster General and Democratic National Chairman. Since the interview witli Mr. Farley, a host of world leaders i have snt before "Meet the Press" pancLs, "Moet the Press" was the idea of Lawrence E. Spivak, producer and regular panelist 1 of the program. It first appear- ed as a radio program in Oc- tcbor, 19'15 and it became a television program in Novem- ber, 19J7. awards The Ontario Educational Communications Authority won first prize awards in different categories for Jack Nicholson and Tnic Norlh this fall, at the Hollywood Television Festival. "Having other well-known ac- tors take over parts is becom- ing rather smart there. Two have followed me in Butiey and I don't think people feel now it is necessary to create a role o( your own." He hope that sim- ilar breakdown in part posses- sivenes will spread to Broad- way. In the case of Sleuth, an- otter -British ;mport, it al- ready has, In Butloy, Simon Gray reiter- ates a theme that has been used by several other contem- porary playrights. Bates says, "such interest in a man coming apart is symptomatic of this SEC, In ear> middle age one can't take seriously the values society trgtlilion.iily imposes." i Bales has a completely open- ended plan on what follows this U.S. visit. I ''I've been reading a lot of things, but I have deliberately made no decisions. I'd like to move on to directing. I'd also like to do a classical sesson in England. Or a musical. Several have been offered but nothing felt quite he says. Several years ago, he played with the Stratford, Ont., Shake- spearean Festival. Twice that group has asked him back. "American and Canadian houses are the most exciting to work for; they show their leel- ings more than in England. But back home I don't think it's be- cause peop.'e are less apprecia.% ive. They are just more with- held." 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