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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta .Friday, April 13, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "The Longest 100 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A Wodd War n drama about fugitives REPEATS: Sonny and Cher, All to The Family. CRIME DRAMA: Colombo, p.m., Ch. 13. "Etude in Black" is the first repeat of the season and tells of a maestro who Mils his mistress and passes it off as suicide. MOVIE WESTERN: "Winchster 12 midnight, Ch. 7. The trail of a stolen prize rifle leads to murder and violence. MOVIE DRAMA: 12 midnight, Ch. 13. James Stewart in a sentimental tale about the Civil War. MOVIE DRAMA: "Three Into Two Won't a.m., Ch. 13. An adult study of a troubled marriage. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The Pittsburgh Pirates meet the Expos in Montreal. SPORT: Golf, 2 p.m., Ch. 11. Third round actioon in the Dinah Shore Winners Circle richest tourna- ment in women's golf. SPORT: Boxing, 3 p.m., Ch. 11. U.S.A.-PoKsh Boxing Cham- pionships live from Paterson, N.J. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, pm., Ch. 13. Final races in the Pontiac Cup skiing from Jasper, Alta., and a film or highlights of the "1972 Grand Prix circuit. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC if Morley McGili and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Warvm Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Mornings. CHEC-FM SATURDAY 4.00 News 6 05 Buryl Clarke 6.30 News Buryl Clarke 7-00 News Sunday FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier Buryl 7.30 News Sports Buryl Clarke News 8.05 Buryl Clarke CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whiff, Bill Mathescn; Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY NIOMY World at John Walker Request Line John Charles Jim Parsons Johnny Walker Soccer Results SATURDAY News 6-05 Jack Thys 7 30 News, Wthr, Sports Sports Jim Elliot News CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon t Don McMaster 12 p m. Dell-0 i p.m -10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight SATURDAY a m.-12 noon 1-2 Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Don Hedman 2 6 6 p.m.-l a m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS t Concerts, Overtures a.m.-l p.m. and Encores Concerts, (Bob Concie) and Encores CBR Radio 1010 Calgary (Bob Concie) p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) p.m. Don Hedman p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News News World at Six As !t Happens CBC Talent Ftstlval 10.00 News, Sport, Wthr. Notice Board Five Nights a Week News on Saturday My Word The Glums Malor Propressjon Family Favorites Our Nation Naflve A n, c Sounds U Saturday 1.00 News On Alberta T.B.A. Saturday Metro Opera The Next The LethbricUje Herald CHINOOK Coming Out Tuesday, April 17th Included FREE, with Your Copy of The Lethbridge Herald CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Movie: 3.00 Hollywood Squares Winchester "73 CJOC News OavW Frost Movie: The SATURDAY Longest 100 Miles Pmoccnio 00 MASH V-00 Spiderrnan AH in the Family George of the Tommy Hunter Jungle 10.00 Dean Martin Udsvillt News rc5 FlinsJone Hour u-zocjoc safety RCWXJ Uo Crossfire Expo Baseball Pitts, and Mont. Smarts Week Wrestling Claire Olson News Reel 5'03 Bugs Bunny Movie: Tammy and the Doctor Front Page Challenge 8.30 Movie: Murderer; Roar CFCN-TV lerhbridge Channel 13 (CaMevbkm Ch. 4) FRIDAY TrcK News Beat Ihe The Brady Buncl) Scrrmy ana 8.3B Movie. Colombo FSI li: 10 00 Hawtseye 1C-30 Waterville Gang -00 Puppet People News H.-39 Story Theatre Movie: Double Bill: Buckshot Friends into 2 Won't 90 Outdoor Sportsman SATURDAY Sports Digest J.-25 Throgw tor Day Sttr WnsHbn University of Air 3-30 Rolter Derby Wide World Sports News KRTV Great FaRs Channel 3 (Cablcvmon Cfc. 9) SATURDAY Bunny 11-30 satrms 1? 00 Baseball 3 00 70-30 3.30 Around World 4.00 American 30 News 5-00 The Walton 4.00 Emergency KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cabtevision Ch. 11) 35 MCE Maw 7 00 Amazing Own 7.00 Ssrrford and Son Scooby Ood 7 30 All in the Family and the e.K) Carol Burnelt Pwsycats v.DD Medical ?.00 IJ.OONews 10.00 Archies 10.30 Tonight Show 10-30 Fat Albert FRIOftY Paiswora 5 30 Nws. OJ TruTh or 7 DO BraSy Bunch 7 30 Family S DO Room 222 3D Ofld 9 00 Lcry" Styl" 31 iVh-" Abyvl n w ID 3D Mtfvte- K SATUROAT S J5 News t 3D 7 00 7 he Osmonfli 7 30 t 30 Kifls T JO ?0. 11 OOSoK) 12.W LD.S. 2.00 Tcurnpy J TO VfiOe Wddfl tH Sports Rfporit S DO Animal Wortd s 30 Lmie Pcopte iff Sonny and CheT "D Gcn- Joan Waterfield NTERTAINMENT E pOMPOSBRS have often been lauded on cinema screens, although -the stories used usually bear little resem- blance to their real lives. The Great Waltz, written, directed and produced by An- drew Stone, claims to be a factual account of the early life of Johann Strauss, Jr., and the scrappy script does take into account the jealousy of Strauss pere, Ms mother's determined partisanship, his affairs with various Viennese bon-bons, and his ultimate marriage as a mere stripling of 37. But these are just interludes between waltzes, gallops and polkas and it would indeed be the movie misanthrope who could play the wallflower and remain immune to such wel- come escapism. The screen opens wide to the gilt and crystal ba'Irooms of old, old Vienna and the fan- tasy in three-quarter time be- gins. Who can resist it, even though Horst Bucholtz (the young Strauss) grimacing wild- ly over his violin, and Mary Costa, who is very pretty, is occasionally allowed to sing and can't act her way out of a pastry box are somewhat resistable? There is Nigel Patrick play- ing Papa Johann with consid- erable panache but his recon- ciliation- with his son comes some 45 minutes into the story with the Radetzky March, and his consequent demise is a de- finite loss all around. Another good performance comes from Yvonne Mitchell as Mama, but poor Rossano Brazzi as Mrs. Strauss Jr's former lover has little to do. but look strongly tearful. Believe it or not, not a naughty word crept into the scenario, but since there is as little conviction in this as in any other verbal exchange young and old are allowed to relax into the sheer romance of music and dance. Happily, Voice of Spring, Tales from the Vienna Woods, The Blue Dan- ube (I didn' know that started off as the Benefit Waltz) and all, it is enough. CODA: The younger Strauss has appeared on the screen in the person of Esmond Knight (Waltzes from Vienna, Anton Walbrook (Viienna Waltzes, Fernand Gra- vet (The Great Waltz, and Kerwin Matthews (The Waltz King, The current extravaganza has two interest- Ing additons. Kenneth McKel- lar, a great favorite with former White Heather concert parties and usually aswirl with pipes and kilt, is heard in the linking vocal narrative and the young heir to a great British theatrical name Laurie Lupino Lane (Lupino Lane, Stanley 'Lupino, Ida Lupino) is seen as the rather neglected Josef Strauss. A further footnote- Fred Astaire, who jazz waltzed with Ginger Rogers through many a movie musical, was born (1899) the year of Strauss'- death. FANDANGO: United Artists is stepping lively with a piece- of-cakewalk promotion for their controversial Last Tango in Paris, parlaying the rave re- views of Pauune Kael (New York) and Alexander Walker (London) into a box office blast in these two major cities. How- ever, while two-stepping with the British censor who gave it an X-rating (adults over 18) "Tango's" producers are brac- ing themselves for a massive counterattack being mounted by censorship vigilantes, particul- arly the Festival of Light Group led by Malcolm Muggeridge. h body deplores the social permissiveness which they see as polluting British traditional values, most specifically the in- creasing sexual candor in films. MOVIE MOOLAH: Feature film production in Alberta in 1972 brought over million to the economy of the province, plus the added benefit of tourist promotion. The Calgary area provided part of the loca- tion for Little Big Man in 1970 and the same region had the Walt Disney Old Hacksaw com- pany in 1971, with the Gene Hackman Lee Marvin movie Prime Cut last Spring of '72 had the Canadian Him Cool Spring being shot down here in the Lethbridge Area. The Alberta government has now joined other provinces in making a determined bid to Hollywood for more production locations. Production units gen- erally pick up local actors and the non-actor often gives the greatest verity to a film while picking up nice bucks as an extra. FAMILY AFFAIR: What's born in the blood is now emerg- ing on the local stage. Thus you'll find George Mann's daughter Laurie in the LCI pro- duction of Carousel while broth- er David stars in Coaldale Little Theatre's Butterflies are Free. Young Jeannie Graham of Butterflies follows in the tradi- tion of mother Jinty with the Coaldale Group, and backstage Peggy Mallalieu is working with son Bill (seen recently in You're a Good Man Charlie Charlie Virtue, who was in the first production of Lethbridge Musical Theatre, can now enjoy daughter Carol in Carousel and Millie Robinson, also of L M.T. will see son Jim as Mr. Snow. The same production has Bill THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in the AZTEC LOUNGE BALLADS by 'CARM' Thursday and Friday Everyone admitted HtEE Saturfay cover charge per person FRONTIER DINING ROOM Ploying for your dancing pleasure Fridays and Sat- from to p.m. 'HARRY BAILEY (at the keyboard) Alto playing for year lifr- tenmg ftteosare Swndayi from 6 p.m. to p.m. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "Train Robbers" Last Complete Show Family Saturday Short Subjects "Train Robbers'' Last Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday "The Great Waltz" Ope Complete Show No Snort Subjects Family Saturday "The Great Waltz" Two Complete Shows No Short Subjects Family COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN Friday and Saturday "Kansas City One Complete Sww Actatt and Muriel Matheson's daugh- ter Pat on stage, while the Uni- versity of Lethbridge Drama Department's Juno and the Paycock featured Sandi Bal- covske, grandaughter of that grand old man of Playgoers, Shris GiDson. BROTHERS: The Alexanders who will headline the White Weather Concert here April 23. The palir have a new LP This Land is Your Land ready for the turntable. Tom and Jack are in a predictably nostalgic mood with the Mingulay Boat Song, Let's Have a Ceilidh, Dark Lochnagar and other tracks of more recent vintage like Jean, and the Jeely Piece Song. A particularly in- teresting number is their ver- sion of the title track in which Scottish names are substituted for the more usual Canadian ones. It comes over very well so let's hope they will feature it in the concert here. And turn about is fair play; Most meaningful and helpful criticism was evident in the speech arts division of the re- cently-over Kiwanis Music Festival. Jacqueline Dunckel, while no Pollyanna, succeeded in her adjudications in being firm but encouraging. Now a note from Jacquie advises that she has settled down to learn- ing her lines for Spoon River Anthology to be presented by Cascade Playhouse at the Uni- versity Theatre, April 25 as part of Festival Calgary. The Edgar Lee Master's piay is made up of vignettes of 72 with .three actors and three actresses playing all. It's a tremendous challenge and in gratitude to Miss Dunc- kel for her fine work here, let's wish it success. Being under the critical gun many times herself brought a special un- derstanding dimension to the handling of the young partici- pants in the festival. LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "LINEMEN" Members and their guests onlyl Theatre Canada festival set OTTAWA (CP) Theatre Canada, formerly the Domin- ion Drama Festival, will hold its next festival at the Arts and Culture Centre in St. J o h n' s, NfM., May 7-12, 1974. The festival will be held dur- ing the silver jubilee marking the 25th anniversary of New- foundland's entry into Confed- eration. MANY FIRES More than 700 forest P; have been recorded this year Spain. FREE Car Wash WITH GASOLINE flLLUJ 4 "Ria" is back at The Town Chef f, THIS WEEK f THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS from p.m. in the DINING ROOM Located across from The Paramount Theatre NOW OPEN: Mon., Tues., Wed. a.m. fa 8 p.m. Thurs., Fri., Sot. a.m. to 12 midnight Sundays 12 noon to 11 p.m. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE CULPEPPER CATTLE color. Star- ring Gary Grimes, Luke Askew and Bo Hopkins. Friday and April 13 and 14. Friday shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. SPECIAL SATURDAY MATTNEE "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" In Technicolor. Saturday, April 14, at p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CANCEL MY RESERVATION" In color. Starring Bob Hope and Eva Marie Saint. Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA1' In color. Winner of an Academy Award. Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14. Friday show at p.m. ADULT. SPECIAL SATURDAY AFTERXOOX MATINEE "RAGE OF THE BUCCANEERS1' In color. Starring Ricardo Montalban and Vincent Price. Saturday, April 14, sbow at p.m. FAMILY. TABER Tower Theatre "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" DJ color. Starring GokJie Hawn and Edward Albert. Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14. Friday shows at and p m. SPECIAL SATURDAY AFTERNOON "GOLIATH AND THE In color. Saturday. April 14, shew at p.m. FAMILY. Tliis Weekend at the LEGION Friday Night "BRIDGETOWN TRIO" Saturday Cabaret 'THE PHAROAHS" Vimy Lounge "STARLIGHT TRIO" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Hitti-CM loop II REAL TREASURE" CAN BE YOURS Whllt't Detector SEt TOUR IOC At DEALER HIM AlOUt THE SUPER-SENSITIVE Designed for Dad and the Kids The CO1NMASTER '4 is a Transmitter-Recsiver. light-weight for ease of handling and operation. Gold, Silver and Coppet nuggets, rings, coins, jewelry, guns. boxes and other metaUk FOR MORE INFORMATION, TOUR LOCAL DEALER ISl HILDER'S TV MUSIC 310 9th ST. S. PHONE 328-4224 paramount cinema NOW SHOWING ___ Daily at p.m. St. k 4th Aw. South. 327-5100 HELD OVER- THRU TUESDAY_____ FAMILY Once upon atime there was singingand dancing and all the world was in love! The joyful, wonderful story and music of Johann Strauss! MGM MJ ANDREW L STONE PRODUCTION PANAV1SIONS MCTROCOLOR. MATINIE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT P.M. college cinema 20lh Are. Mayor Dr.. 328-6300- NOW SHOWING AT P.M. YOU HAVEN'T SEEN ANYTHING UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN, United Artists i RESTRICTED ADULT Woody Allen's ''BfciythW you always .wanted to know about j green acres drive-in TONITE THRU SUN. THE HOTTEST THING ON WHEELS RAQUEL WELCH KANSAS cmr BOMBER 1 SECOND FEATURE 1 "A TAUT AND TIMELY HOLLYWOOD SKVUKKED CHAROON HESION YVBTE MIMIEUX Gates open p.m. One complete show p.m. paramount SJ. 8.4th Art 3Z7 5100 NOW SHOWING AT P.M. MHR5RET on the deadliest gold hunt of them all MATINEE SATURDAY P.M. THE TJRHIN ;