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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, Octobw 31, 1974 THE LETHBHIDQE HERALD 7 Writes own autobiography Veteran actor becomes author HOLLYWOOD (NEA) For a man who's supposed to be retired, Ray Milland is ex- tremely busy. He's done six movies in the past 14 in with Roger Moore, a film he says he's very proud SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES C ARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BLAZING SADDLES" starring Mel Brooks, Harvey Korman Gene Wilder. In color. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 31, Nov. 1, 2. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "NEWMAN'S LAW" starring George Peppard. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 31, Nov. 1, 2 Thursday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre WALT DISNEY'S "HERBIE RIDES AGAIN" in color. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 31, November 1, 2. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. TABER Tower Theatre "ZANDY'S BRIDE" starring Gene Hackman and Liv Ullmsn. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 31, Nov. 1, 2. Thursday shows at and p.m. ADULT. TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY from Korea "The Seoul Family" ATTHE of. And, .perhaps even more important, he's discovered an entirely new career writing. His autobiography is out now, and "Wide-Eyed In Babylon" is probably the finest of this year's crop of movie autobiographies. He' wrote it all himself, too, and it's a gem. Now they're after him to do more writing. He will oblige them with a novel but he told me, there's string to his promise that even his publishers don't know yet. PLANS PEN NAME "I haven't told he says, with, a sly chuckle, ''but I'm planning to use a pen name. I want to see if my writing is well-received when it's judged on its own merits not just because a so-called movie star wrote it." Now that he's discovered writing, he's leading a good life in his alleged retirement. Before the discovery, he was frequently bored. He and Mai, his wife for many years, live "now in a French Riviera town called Roquefbrune, not far from Monte Carlo. He says they had vacationed there for many years but began making the place. their permanent home only recently. "I feel better he says, all that clean air, away from the smog." But the problem was what Show Times MIN 733-13thSLN. Members and Invited Guests Only Thursday, October 31 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: UP TOWN SATURDAY NIGHT: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: OUR TIME: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 'ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA fe-iShprt, Subjects: MAJESTYK: COMPLETE SHOW: FOR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN CLOSED COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming, Skating, and Museum Niv. FRITZ SICK SWIM fADULTS ONLY) p.m. PUBLIC SWIM SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) SWIM SWIM p.m. and SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) p.m. STANSIWIK SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) p.m. PUBLIC SWIM SWIM SWIM p.m. FAMILY SWIM SWIM (ADULTS ONLY] p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE 'UBLIC SKATING p.m. jmm PAUX NX Preschoolers FREE SKATING p.m. PUBLIC SKATING SKATING SKATE p.m. PUBLIC SKATE p.m. FAMILY SKATE CIVIC KE PUBLIC SKATE SKATE BEGINNER SKATE p.m. PUBLIC SKATE SM ALEXANDER SALT MUSEUM TMrtrtteM P.B. mt M p.m. tMfcSMhllttt rtq. NiiHMir p.m. PWk fell Ml Inn Mn Frwf WNh I p.B. DUE TO p.m. MVMNtT Id 1 TOUS ROOKING to do with himself. Mai is a painter, so she was well oc- cupied. Ray, however, was getting a bit bored just watching her paint, even in such a pleasant place. Some years- before he had been approached by a literary agent- to try his hand at an autobiography. He said he would but he just procrastinated, as most peo- ple do. "There I watching Mai paint, and it was driving me up the he says. "So Mai said, 'Look, you've always said you wanted to write well, now's the time, go write.' At that precise moment, the postman came to the door and the: top letter was from that literary agent saying, 'Where's the you've been.promising So he wrote words and the agent had 19 offers for the book. He sat down, then, and went to work, grinding out about 800 words a day in a non- grueiing, Riviera-like schedule of two .hours of writing every morning. UP AT 7 He still sticks to that s regimen. Every day he's up at 7, has breakfast on the terrace reading the paper (bought the night before arid saved for the He writes from 9 to 11, then has lunch. The after- noon is spent relaxing, going to Nice to buy the papers or shop. Then it's dinner and into bed early, so he can be ready for another arduous day. Nice airport is only a half-hour he says, "and from there I can go anywhere to make a movie. I'm supposed to be retired but that's just a way of avoiding a TV series, you know. Otherwise, I'll do almost anything." Soviet cellist longing to return home PARIS (AP) Soviet cellist Mstislav Rostropovich and his wife Galina, who left their Soviet homeland this year, want to go back there. "We want with all our hearts to return to our Rostropovich was quoted as saying in an interview. "I_ have a passport and a visa in order. They let me leave. I can return. "I will return when I have the firm assurance of being able to give all my art and all my talent to my people in the way I wish. I will return to the Soviet Union when I obtain total artistic liberty." FULL GOSPEL DUSINESS MEN'S FELLOWSHIP INT. ETHIOPIA-KENYA-EAST AFRICA-EDMONTON VICE PRESIDENT OF F.G.B.M.F.I. IN EDMONTON GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTOR TUTOR AND GUARDIAN Of HIS IMPERIAL: HIGHNESS PRINCE PHILIP OF ETHIOPIA in Math and Science at Alberta Vocational Centre in Edmonton GEORGE NELSON IMs Sitirtiy Hit. 2 a.i. ImWwt iwHJiii B HnOw tr am M 10 I.H. to ftur M cttnji. ALSO wnFW V wl 2 "WJSWESS HEH FOB CHRIST RAY MILLAND Opera star to keep engagement SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Despite her cancer surgery last week iii New York, a spokesman for the San Fran- cisco Opera said Beverly Sills will appear here as scheduled starting Nov. 20. Furthermore, the world renowned soprano is schedul- ed to arrive next week to begin rehearsals for The Daughter of the Regiment. She was operated on for pelvic cancer Oct. 23. CBC-TV appointment Don Baron, above, of, Winnipeg has been ap- pointed head of agricul- ture and resources for CBC-TV. Mr Baron, edit- or of Country Guide magazine and president of the Agricultural Insti- tute of. Canada, will as- sume the post Dec. 3. paramount SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY "SHAKIEST GUN IN THE WEST" STARRING DON KNOTTS PLUS CARTOONS Doors open p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. ALL SEATS 750 paramount cinema Starts Tomorrow at and p.m. Why meet taUdng dude I with rix4toie Love... can you digit? ADULTS ADULT- NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN ENDS TONIGHT: "OUR TIME" in color Pamela Sue Martin college cinema Starts Tomorrow at and p.m. ii They didn't rob the money, they stole the whole bank. ENDS TONIGHT "MR.MAJESTYK" In color ChariM Branson 111 ADULTS paramount STARTS Tomorrow Vigilante, city style jury, and executioner. EVENINGS ONLY 2 SHOWS 2 4 LAST PROGRAM OF THE SEASON FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY 2 BIG FEATURES 2 SOUNDER" in Technicolor with CICELY TYSON PLUS NEPTUNE FACTOR in TfrcHnicolor ERNEST BORGNINE WALTER PIDGEON Gates open at p.m. One complete show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT ENDS TONIGHT "UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT" HI 9TONET KM nCtt ADULTS A Paramount Retease MNO DC LAURENTIIS Presents CHARLES BRONSON in a MICHAEL WDIHEBfSm "DEATH WISH" Co starring VINCENT GABDElfIA WILLIAM BEOFIELD and HOPE LARGE ;