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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TV HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE MYSTERY: "The Lonely 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A suspense story about a private eye probing the mur- der of a tycoon's mistress. PROGRAM REPEATS: Brady Bunch, Sonny and Cher, All In the Family, FBI. MOVIE WESTERN: "Female p.m., Ch. 13. Story of an outlaw and a group of women who join forces against a vicious gang. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Blue 12 midnight, 13. A World War I tale about a ruthless German fighter pilot dtormined to win flying honors. MOVIE DRAMA: "On The a.m., Ch. 7 A film version of Nevil Shute's novel about the aftermath of a worldwide nuclear war. MOVIE MYSTERY: "The Ch. 13. A prowler is afoot in an English village and suspicion faHs on American airmen stationed nearby. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The Chicago White Sox meet the Red Sox at Boston. SPORT: Golf, p.m., Ch. 11. Third-round play in nthe Byron Nelson Golf Qasic from Dallas. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Handi- capped youngsters show their courage and athletic abilities in the National Special Olympics taped test August in Los Angeles. Also, from Wembley, the Rugby League Cup Final. 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 Morley McGHI and Allan Bell Contemporary Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY NI6HT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier CHEC-FM SATURDAY News Buryl Clarke News Buryl News News; Doug Warvln Music We Remember Buryl Clarke News Sports Buryl Clarke M News Buryl Clarke CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Wlatheson; Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Perm and Ranch Doug Card. Jim Parsons Jim Elliot SATURDAY "loo Johnny Walker News Soccer Results Jack Thys Sports News, Wthr, Sports News FRIDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles MONDAY thro FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, overtures ana Encores (Bob Ccmcie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Den McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. and Encores Don Hedman 6 pm.-l a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 7-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NI6HT Home Run BBC News News World at Six As Happens Between Ourseves Music West From the Capitals 9: Five Nights a Week 9: My Word 9: Major Progression 10: SATURDAY 12 Sounds Like 12 Saturday 1 News On Saturday 4 News, Sport, Wthr. Notice Board 00 News on Saturday 15 The Glums 30 Family This Country 00 News 10 Our Nation :03 Saturday West 03 I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again The Letlibridfjc Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook May 1. (Advertising Deadline is April 25th) CALL 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-YV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Atovie: On Squares News SATURDAY Movie: Lonely Profession M.A.S H. All in the Family Tommy Hunter Martin News tC5 CJOC News CrosMire the Pinocchio Sciderman Georoe of Junaw Ucfevilto Flinstone Hour Newsreel Baseball Sportsweek Stampede Wrestling Clair Olsen Father Dear Father Bops Bunny Wtovie: The Thrill Of It All Front Page Challenge Movie: War and Peace (Part 21 CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cobtariston Ch. 4) FRIDAY Star TreX News Beat the Clock The Brady BimcS Sonny and Cher J.-30 Movie: Fetnalt Artillery FBI Outdoor Sportsman Sports Digest An Star Wrestling RoWer Derby vwo> World or Sjwrts News News Story Theatre Movie: Double Bill: Buckshot 1) Blue Max Musical 2) The Imperson- ator SATURDAY Thoaotit tor Day University eJ Air Mawkeye 10.30 Watcrvjlle Gang 11-90 Puppet KRTV Great Folk Channel 3 (CaMmisten Ch. 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY News f Wi CGF TfttOTirsi i-33 Hews Amaiing Chsn TO Hee 7.30 Scooty ODD and Son Josle 7 30 A11 tn 1He Family Carol Svrnett V 00 F3intstoncs 9-00 Medical 10 DD Arctilrs 10.TO Newt 10.39 Albert TtnioM Show 11-OPBups Bunny KFBB-TV Grectt Falls Channel 5 (Cablevition Ch. 11) 10 30 Movw: The Straton Julie Anflrews Ssnditani 1J.OO CBS OtiUdren's Film Festival 1.05 TBA 1.30 Gc-lf Byrcn Wlson Toumpy j.MWifle world Sports i.X TJcaionw Rppor} DD Aniirs! World 11: Baseball SM186 70-30 Around th- World American Adventure 4.3D News Tne Wiltons Nations! GeopraoMc Haunted Wesf FRIDAY S 3D MCTVS 0? Truin or 7: TO Brai3y Bunc h 7-30 Paftrifloc Family J.OD t-.1t) Odd l-fvc Style '0.00 11.30 American SATURDAY S-SS Mews A 00 H K. t.30 Jackson S 7 00 The Osmonds 7 30 Stiperst t. 3n Brafly K'lfli 10 00 fvnlcy Pharfvrn KJ 30 tiflsville 11 00 The i 33 tittle Pfopte DO The J-crWdcJen Desert oT The Joan Waterfield NTERTAINMENT LYE Every aspect of a Jack Lem- mon performance spells suave professionalism his appear- ance, driving phrasing, person- ality, relaxation, patter, pacing. So much so that roles can now be defined as a "Jack Lent- which, of course, can be the kiss of death to an actor. It was then a great pleasure to see this most sensitive man in a movie that did not call for him to be a mere parody of himself. And this was not the only delight in Avanti, now de- parted but thoroughly enjoyed. This topnotch comedy hark- ed back to a style of fun at its zenith in the thirties, later to be capped by Peter Bogdanovieh in What's Up Doc? But this was the real thing, wacky comedy in the great Billy Wilder style that had tip- top tempo right to the final frame. It could have been titled How to Bury Dad (and Mum) with the last rites complicated by the limpid fascination of the Is- land of Ischia (it being his dad and her mum) and a happy Italian frenzy which tied red tape 3nto love knots. With a hero called Wendell Armbruster (Lemraon) and a heroine bearing the burden of Pamela Piggott (Juliet a Babbitt State Department of- ficer, J. J. Blodgett (Edward Andrews) and a hotel manager played to the MJt by Clive Re- vill, the script almost writes it- self. But the Wilder -rI.A.L. Dia- mond adaptation of the Samuel Taylor play is an outstanding example of slick comedy writ- ing warmed with the laughter created by expert players. Miss Mills is a sheer delight as the Mary Poppins popsy and stripped, sunning and swim- ming she is as sweet and cud- dly an armful as has graced the screen in a decade. Lemmon, skinny dipping in black socks, may have thicken- ed in the waist but his fleshing (no pun) of the role with subtle business is an acting lesson that youngsters like Ryan O'Neal would do well to study. Even more outstanding is Clive Revill with a broad char- acterization that never over- steps the bounds of believabil- ity and the blackmailing Bruno (Gianfranco the family Trotta in toto, the bike riding coroner, are sunny pleasures as enchanting as the coast of Ca- pri. Audience may have been lost in that the title, Avanti, may have suggested yet another painfully dubbed Italian movie. Not so, and should it return to the local screen, add this one to your must-see list. e w w MORE FUN: But this time all too labored in The Thtef Who Came to Dinner. The writ- ing isn't here, nor the players. Ryan O'Neal who has consider- able potential, loses out to a limp script and no amount of cute characters, some like Ned Beatty and Gregory Sierra, who are genuinely funny, gets this caper off the ground. A better bet is O'Neal and Streisand in What's Up Doc? being reprised on the large screen. ME JANE: Holidaying youngsters have been well served by the latest from, the Disney studios. The World's Greatest Athtete, with Jan- Michael as the youthful Tarzan on campus, is visual comedy that makes for good family fun. The element .of satire that takes the mickey out of college ath- letics will appeal to older types and the young'uns will find their usual joy in the slapstick and the frenetic pace. Appreciation: All too rarely expressed for genuine television art. Vincent the Dutchman, a film portrait of the post-impres- sionist painter was a superb addition to April 18 viewing on Channel 7. While none of Van HENDERSON LAKE GOLF CLUB CABARET DANCE Sat., April 28th, from 9 p.m. Music by "THE PORTRAIT" Members and Invited Guests Onlyl Gogh's work was shown, every frame was a picture and the vivid use of the contemporary people of Aries against Michael Cough's development into Van Gogh was as fine a piece of television as has been been here in 15 years. Who to tell? The from whom all moneys flow. May I suggest you write the Public Relations department, Shell Canada, Ltd., 505 University Avenue, Toronto. It's an opportunity to make the wasteland bloom even occasion- ally, by saying you want more. PLAYGOERS: Plans are now firm for the big festival week marking the silver jubilee of this oldest of community dra- ma groups. The week will open Sunday, May 20 with a recep- tion for past and present mem- bers of Playgoers; Monday and Tuesday the Jolliffee Academy will present the ballet Pineap- ple Poll in tandem with the Playgoers' production of Black Comedy; Wednesday Frank Featherstone will bring In his Kate Andrews High School stu- dents in an evening of plays, one of which will be a mella- dram authored by Dick Mells; Thursday the Big Band in a concert that will reprise 50 years of music; Friday and Saturday evenings, the Play- goers in Oh What a Lovely War and Saturday morning Cab- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" Starring Goldie Hawn and Edward Albert. Fri. and Sat., April 27 and 28. Shows at 7 and 9 p.m. Adult. Sat. Matinee "THE NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLEY." In color. Show at 2 p.m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "JOE KTJDD'' In color. With Clint Eastwood. Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28. Shows at 7 anl 9 p.m. Special Saturday, Matinee "ARIZONA BUSHWACKERS'1 In color with Yvonne De Carlo. Family. Show at 2 p.m. All seats 50c. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "ELVIS ON FOUR" In color. Starring Elvis Presley. Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28. Shows at 7 9 pjn. .Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE MECHANIC4' Starring Charles Bronson. Fri. and Sat, April 27 and 28. Shows at 7 and 9 p.m Adult Not Suitable For Children. Sat. Matinee "THE MISSOURI Starring Lee Marvin. Shew at p.m. All seats 50c. Torn Connors turns down CNE offer TORONTO (CP) Stompin' Tom Connors, one of Canada's leading country" and western singing stars, has turned own an offer by the Canadian Na- tional Exhibition (CNE) to per- form Aug. 17. Mr. Connors had been waiting For a decision on his proposed Labor Day appearance at the Grandstand but was invited in- stead to appear at the Band- shell Aug. 17, the CNE's Mari- time Day. "I must decline this offer as a protest of the way the Canadian entertainers are treated by the CNT and other exhibitions in Mr. Connors says. The Canadian entertainer also was angry at reports that half the CNE board of directors were unaware of Ms fast-rising fame. "It means something to every Canadian performer to appear at the CNE, but there are a lot of old fogys around who listen to only one kind of music. "In Canada, we treat our vis- itors to talent from everywhere but here." bages and Kings, theatre for children with the Lethbridge Youth Theatre. All events are at the Yates, but meantime, how these names ring a bell but where are they? Ian Hendry, Ed Hawkes, Leo Lan- caster, Susan Lancaster (the lovely young Anastasia) Fred Pysh, Brander Parsons, Jim Shaw, .Gwen .Sergeant, .Hans Winkler, Margaret Willis, Jack Ringland, Jan McKie, Susan Molnar, Gerald Morgan, Ron Calhoon. Charlie Dawson, Ve- ronica Graf, Leona Thorpe, Ele- anor Thompson, Bruce Busby, Gordon A'ppelle, Bob Best, Dfe- rek Chaimley, K a z Ayukawa. All were Playgoers and Cherie Baunton, Playgoers secretary and her lost trails team, are most anxious to contact them. Any leads can be phoned to Cherie at 328-6034 or to the Arts Council office at 327-2813. EYE SEE: The High School Drama Festival tonight and Saturday evening at the Yates (curtain time p.m., a buck takes you Sunday, the windup of the Jazz Scene sea- son at the Town Chef with mu- sicians like Nick Eucheran and Jerry Pokarney and others who have "sat in" in a final toe to toe jam session; Sati'irday, The Church of Jesus Christ, Latter- day Saints Dance Festival, Shall We Dance, at the Exhibi- tion Pavilion; Thursday, Lake- view School of Dance Recital AHEAD: Tickets are now on sale for May 6, St. Albeit High School Students (sponsored ueie by Catholic Central High School) in Spellbound; May 7, Lethbridge Symphony Chorus and Orchestra and Handel's St. John's Passion; May 13, Allied Arts Council's Sunday after- noon at the Yates, with Dale Ketcheson, the Jolliffe Danc- ers and The Jazz Scene. trsJoucfri to budget properly when house heating bins vary over Iheypar. You'll find our Payment Equalization Plan (PEP! a great help. Well eJdmate and divide your annual gas consumption bins by twelve. You pay the same amount pach month. May is the monjh when regular payments normally start. Contact us now it you're interested. canaDran ujesrem natural, oos THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In the AZTEC LOUNGE BALLADS by ERNIE SANDS in the CABARET "GREAT DIVIDE" -ft Thursday and Friday Everyone admitted FREE Saturday SI.00 tcver per person in the FRONTIER DINING ROOM Playing for your dancing pleasure Fridayi and Sot- ordays from to p.m. 'HARRY BAILEY' Also ploying for your lis- tening pleasure Sundays from p.m. to 8 p.m. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects "World's Greatest Athlete" Last complete Show Family Saturday Short Subjects "World's Greatest Athlete'' Last Complete Show Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "The Sounder" Last Complete Show Family Saturday Short Subjects "The Sounder" Last Complete Shew Family COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short "Subjects "Thief Who Came to Dinner" Last Complete Show Adult ACRES DRIVE IN Friday and Saturday "Cancel My Reservation" "What's Up Doc" One Complete Show Friday, April 27, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD JJ, Winnipeg mayor won't run again WINNIPEG (CP) Mayor Stephen Juba said yesterday he definitely will not run for re-election in the next munici- pal election. Addressing the Conserva- tive Club of greater Winnipeg, Mayor Juba said he will not run again because he is convinced Premier Ed Schreyer does not intend to amend the City of Winnipeg Act to allow for pub- lic election of the mayor. Mr. Juba was first elected North gas find CALGARY (CP) Sunoco E and P Ltd. has encountered minor gas shows in a wildcat well on Linckens Island in the Arctic. The well, at feel and still drilling, is miles north of Winnipeg. Sunoco 5s operator for Gulf Canada Ltd. and Global Ma- rine Arctic Inc. mayor of Winnipeg 5n 1956, won the post in subsequent elections and was elected mayor of the unified City of Winnipeg in 1971. Kick the Habit! Smokers Dial 327-4000 For recorded help In overcoming the smoking habit. Sponsored as a public service by your friends The Adventisls "Hm XM-CaM IK, IH Ivtt ni Smtf "REAL TREASURE" CAN BE YOURS 1th White'! Detector SEE TOUR LOCAL DEALER HIM ABOUT THE SUPEft.SENSITIVE TRANSMITTER-RECEIVEH Knaftctttti bf White's Th, Wnlf, Quality Csctinlrtd Maintl ad Maul Drltclort Designed for Mom9 Dad and the Kids The COINMASTER is solid-state Transmitter-Receiver, light-weight. (or ease of handling and operation. Detects Cold. Silver and Copper nuggets, coins, jewelry, guns, strong boxes and other metals. FOR MOM INFORMATION, TOUR LOCAL DEALER IS: HILDER'S TV MUSIC 310 9th ST. S. PHONE 328-4224 V r CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday and Saturday "Phil Lethbridge" Members and their guests onlyl green acres drive-in Mqnih Dr. Coons Hwy.. 327-1100 TONITE, SAT. and SUNDAY Company "CANCEL MY RESERVATION" NO. 2 IN COLOR with BOB HOPE TONITE AND SATURDAY GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 8 P.M. THEN STARTING SUNDAY GATES OPEN AT P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 9 P.M. DUE TO DAYLIGHT SAVING TIMEI FAMILY KIDS 75c ANYTIME MATINEE DAILY P.M. paramount Ait. Savin. 327-SlOO TODAY and SAT. Evening ot 7 ond 9 p.m. CHURCH MAGAZINE VOTE OF THE YEAR FAMILY 'SOUNDER' IS A MUST." paramount cinema "SOUNDER" NOW SHOWING AT P.M. MATINEE AT 2.15 P.M. SATURDAY ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN college cinema MOO YWOA15 THETWEF WHO CAME TODAY ond SAT. AT P.M. ;