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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta mGHLGGHTSl MY8TKIIY MOVIK: McCLiiml, p.m., Cll. 7. Deadly t'iljons crowd a routine investigation into a hc-licopter explosion Nial litcr.illy an electronics execu- tive. CRIMi; DRAMA: Tlic D.A., p.m., Cli. 1.1. A court- room scene is Hie imiln mil-action in this drama about a (Inig Tiddlci. MOVIK DIIAMA: R li.in.. til. 13. Preview of a new Fall series about an invcstigutive organization electronics jjear implantctl In Hie agents. Hugh O'P.ricm stars. (Sec today's TV MOVIE AOVENTLMK: "Tlie Kllimcers." 12 midnight, Cli. 7. An Oriental plot to ficnUlu a U.S. missile MOVIK DIIAMA: Cli. in, The slory of American prisoners in a German POW camp during World War II. SATURDAY .SI'ORT: lacrosse. 12 norm, Cli. 7. New Westminster Salmonbellics, vvinneiH, meet the1 Eastern champs in the final ol Senior "A" Lacrosse. SI'ORT: llaschall, p.m., Cli. 0. The Baltimore Orioles meet the Red Sox in Boston. SPOUT: Lacrosse, I p.m., Ch. 13. Southern Alberta Juvenile lacrosse finals from Glenrnorc Arena. SPORT: Golf, p.m., Cli. 11. Third round action in the PGA Championship, the final Big Four event of the year. SPOUT; Wide Wurlrl ol Sjmrls, p.m., Cli. 13. Box- ing, diving arid chess arc featured on today's program. Illlid iy the radio and lelevlilon itollont. Any variation In program ichedufo ti doe to Ion- minute ehongel by the ilollonf and li not the raipen- libllily of the Herald or Anglo Stereo and Photographic Centra. Joan Water field NTERTAINMENT I. YE rim PLAYERS CI.UD. com- munitv theatre in Cohim- Ohio will celebrate its soth lirtlulny next season starting n Septemher. It is one of only 3G nrm-pro- 'cssiOTiol theatre organizations in ttie U.S. which have liecn in existence half a century or nore, out of 2.M community hontrcs nationally. Tlie Players Club has owned il.s ov.-n Ihealrt! plant since 1928 mill facilities include a 252-seal proscenium llieatre and a BO. scat arena theatre, plus vorh- shops, classrooms, dressing- rooms, costume and property storage, art lobby and office complex. It has had four full- time managing directors since productions, Murray RoMsonl ring Art Carney ami Barbara mil the Coaldale Little Tlieatrc, -cthljritltfe Musical Theatre, iryau Tyson and David "university, the young- of the t e r s Theatre. of Lclhljrldgc Youth It's going to take a lot of planning but an early start could make it a most meaning- ful occasion. Till: CHRIS: A great begin- ning to the Playgoers birthday has been made by Mrs. Doris Ralcovskc in presentation of tile Chris (iibson Memorial scholarship to be awarded an- nually to a desei-ving and tal- ented member of Youth The- atre. When his active days as a its birth and the season 1 "Playgoer" over, when he IJarrie. Simon is a writer ot very funny lines and he has always been extremely fortunate in having ideal actors (at least on K'Way) to deliver them. Has it paid off? At times his annual income from royalties alone and excluding movie deals has hit the million mark! MIDDLE AGE: Receding youth, looming ogc and caught in Ihe squeeze is Barney Cash- man, The, Last of the Red Hot a man most husbands will recognize. You know the guy ricd more than 20 years bul with a roving eye for a pretty CHEC FRIDAY NIGHT Dflve Klr.g UtufDlrf FRIDAY m World at John SATURDAY Buryl will include a play from each of the decades it has been in operation from "Oh Kay" lo "The HCJIKC of Blue Leaves." While Ihe Playgoers ol Itridge does not have its ovui it should not for- gotten that the Yalcs bequest was ciost'ly tier! to the future operations of the cluh. Playgoers will he cel- cbnititig its 5011] birthday and never was there a tetter oppor- tunity, not only to offer a ban- ner theatrical season, but ln, seek out and involve "Play-] jor chi! goers" from years past who have the life-hloal of theatre in the west. And why not involve every- one in the theatrical fraternity .Iny and Fred f'ntchard of ninny "Our Town Workshop" 49SECRETS FROM A PROFESSIONAL had concluded his many years of service as treasurer to the club there was never an annual meeting that did not find Chris present, ever ready salty comment and a pair of legs the reluctan! CJOC a.m. Terry Vo-31 VVav SATURDAY CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour MOM. THRU SAT. Herfmen ;K Sign OK Radio 1010 Calgary SoM Tliii II) SATURDAY 01 Our Nallve Lan i Vnncci. 1; 31 Family Opera Time Ster-e FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run World (1 Happfrii Thf Enferlojr.fr- Sport, Vi'fi r-fcm m-j Cflfillnls Five Nifjlili a ccrreiprnliC th( Peopli Bnard Mno Sound nf Mrinfli Irfenfltld CLCC x CLCC Brood coils over Cahleviiion Cli. 7 Monday thru Friday Hourly Half Hour p.m. COOK This Summer Toke A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Trip! Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stcleo ani ilc Centcl 419 5lh SI. S, Phono 328-6661 PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" Learn how to get top value when you buy meat, how to keep moat really fresh, how to fry thai don't slick, how to cook delicious vegeta- bles, how to uso bcuKoninKH, and much more! In Au- sL issue of Jteadcr'.s one nf North America's jno.st highly regarded cookw sliowfl you -10 fiharlculp ami Irick-s llinL Tiinko all tin: difference in Rencl carefully you'll been me a different cook niglit! One of 35 arLHes and fcniurcH in Roacler'a Digest. Get your copy todayl with of wisdom. His daughter docs hon- or lo his memory with this award. No hotter candidate for the first "Chris" could have been found than David Mann. David has been in all the Youth The- atre productions of "Theatre often stepping role at the last minute nd cramming so the play would "come off." He has nam- rned it up in pantomime flown, )ff a table in a wild Russian :lance in rocked the xiusc as "father" in Bye, Jlyo Birdie. And that's just in onn season! Moreover he has always willing to work backstage or "front of house" as an usher. Vow he will begin studies in the drama department of the Uni- versity of Lethbridgc. The learning process will never end, I ml supported by instinct and ntelligcnce it is a most joyful passion. SUCCESS: Undoubtedly the most spectacular success story of the Sixties was that of play- wright Neil Simon. Beginning as a TV script writer, he hit the Broadway jackpot with his first, comedy, Come Blow Your Horn. From there il was hit after hit: "Barefoot in the "The Odd Couple" now thriving as a TV s e r i c s. "Plaza "Promises, "The Last of the lied Hot Lovers" and his latest effort, "The Pris- oner of Second Avenue11 now on the great White Way and star- and somewhat innocuous lech c-r. 0 n Broadway, James Coco fir.-illy became a star as Bar ney, but true to Hollywood form he wasn't stabbed for the movli role that went to Alan Arkin Coco was more than compen sated by being signed to pla> S a n c h o Fanza to Pete O'Toole'B "Man of La Mancha. Alan Arkin scores as tfi movie Barney, bumbling hi way through sexual games wit three willing women, His spe cial comedic talents are per fectly mated to the part; th 40isn Ivolhario dreaming o "just one more time" out o wedlock. Sally Kellerman, Paula Pren and Hone Taylor give quale support in the "Quarr All-star cast first war trial .uandary" though they might ave been more believable had IKJOII less attractive, hut ic other players give solid per- ormancos. Barney may be a failure ljul ic movie succeeds happily anc; s another comedy bonus in a c m a r k a b 1 y good summer movie season, u HOMECOMING: Who needs G trombones when you've ncmbers of the Magralh-Card ton Hand toppir.g a scEEon f, riumphs with "best over-al land" in the Edmonton pa radc The .irfuy, AUEJUU 4, 1972 THE ItTHBRIDGE HERAIO 5 let Prowse names son Seth in crimes SOUTHERN ALBERTA CJOC-TV Channel 7 ICciblcvision Ch. 6} F niOAY n HiMUr 10. "0 FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre ".I. W. Til color. StarrinR Cliff Robei-lron and Goralelinc Saturday, Aug. 51tl, 7 and 9 p.m. "NlfiHTMAlU; IN WAX" Cameron Mitchell in Color. Horror Movie. Sunday, Ainj. (ill) a.m. "CLAY PIGIOON" Tolly Savaias, Color, Restricted adult. Starts Monday, Aug. 7, I stow at p.m. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS" In technicolor. With Chnrlton Jlcston, Yul Drynner, Anne Baxter, family, Saturday, Aug. Bill, p.m. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "RAILWAY CHILDREN" Saturday, August 5th, family. "RKVRNfiR OK FRANKENSTEIN" Sunday. Aug. Bill, Midnight Preview, Adult "S Wcrren Realty, Grildif! Hawn. Starts Monday, Aug. 7th, Arlull. TABER Tower Theatre "DIRTY 11AHIIY" In color. Starrinfi Clint Salurriay, Aug. S to Aug. Sho-.v.s p.m. Krstriclcrl adult. Please Note: Saturday matinee can- celled for month of August. TABER Vue "GIANT11 In color. WMi Flizahclli Tnylcr anil Rock Flurlson. Snturtlay, Aug. filli. C'jirloon .starts at p.m. 1 c.O V.'nrl'l rf tf.nn iAfUR DftY CFCN-TV Lclhbrrdgo Channel 13 (Cablcviiion Ch. 4) FRIDAY 10'M RocVy md Fflncds Family AUfllr (c> 11 :M UmJenJcq Nc'ws lo Dflrtnn 1'fXl J'.'OQ llicnlro' SATURDAY Wide 'wcwld ol Tho O.A. ThougM lor STX-J-IS Movir: f.farch unit Trlndi Newi KRTV Groat Fallt Channel 3 [Cablovislon Ch. 9) FRIDAY SATURDAY 10 10 t f C.f II (ft O'uMrrrv t (T Bf-flr fifncfi Oufti i F. Prhttic'. t V DM R l-i rmnr.tr h f. Ifl.W Tlie Wonhcfi Hcfl' KFflB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (CabTevlsion Ch. il) FRIDAY Password PJcv.l ft) IfjjCO Ncv.-i Trnvls DA SATURDAY Jerry rwK Rofjd Runner Fun' y Plv.inloi Curloslly Jenny Lantelrj Link American Hicliard Ba.scbart and Wil- liam Shatncr head an all-star cast in n dramatic reconstruc- tion of one of, if not the world's first war crimes trial, in a two and one half hour film called The Andcrsonville Trial on CBC Television Saturday, August 5, at p.m. Others in the cast include Buddy Ebscn and Jack Casaidy. Ehsen plays a country doctor who is a key witness ui the trial to determine the innocence or guilt of Capt. Henry Wirz (Rasnharn in the death of 14, 000 American Civil War prison- ers. The Andersonville Trial was directed by Academy award winning actor George C. Scott. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjecls "Now You (See Him, Now you Don't" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short "Subjects "Whafs Up Doc" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" Last Complete Stow COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects 9: IS "Duck You Sucker'1 Last Complete Slww ORT'IKN ACFIKS Klidny nntl Saturday "April Fools" Big" One Complete Show members cam lome in the small hours oi tr> norniug, but that didn't din courage their we 11-wish en Their bus was brought to EJ ha! and a.s the kids dismounter hundreds of car drivers hi their headlights. The youngsters were packc aboard trucks, their leadc Hoyfl Hunter, hi.s wife and U: t hrec cha pe rones, the Me: dames Tanner, fjtewarl an Thompson tucked into a hugg and the whole parade led by th fire eTigine, siren SLTCHJ and the headetJ for 11 local gym. Where does (he support f this huge band come from? From where comes the fi- nances for uniforms, instru- ments, travel ling expenses? From tykes like Ruby FloLchcr who got provincial ministers Dowling, Russell and Copi- thornc to back here in n walka- thon; from bake sales, chow rnein suppers, from Dads run- ning auction sales and Mums baking candy, bread, dough- mils, catering banquets. It's great old-fashioned com- munity spirit and it's alive and well and living in the Magrath- Cardston district. Bring some of il back lo the city! The Lethbridge Commu- nity Band got turned down in their request for grant to city council; the LCI band needs uniforms. Bob Hall, grand old Frank Jerry Pokarncy are doing great things with these kids, Ihe youngsters work hard to raise funds, their par- ents arc backing them. Now let's all get into the act; don't just dip for a buck, get out and start "doing." And that includes all LCI grads and every former mem- ber of the Lcthbridge Hand. Don't let it rain on their pa- rade unless it's pennies from heaven! STATEL1NE, Nov. (AP) ingei-danccr Juliette Prowse ame here to gel married, but up giving birth to a sev- n-pound 15-ouncc boy, publicist Krickson .says, Miss I'rowEc airived Tuesday nd marie arrangements with im to marry singer John Mc- Jook yt the club Wednesday, kison said, hut began having abor pains although only pregnant. She postponed the wedding and entered Harton Mcmona' lospital 2t South Lake Tahoo the was born late Wednesday, Er- ckson said. McCook, a di- vorce last monlli from hJs firsl v.'ifc, was vacationing here with whose marriage ,o choreographer Eddie James ended in divorce in November 1970. Flrickson said "if all goes well" they probably will be in a tried late Friday, HOLLYWOOD fAP) Rich- ard Zanuck and David Brown, who tj u) t Warn er Bros. last month, are joining Universal .Stud ios as pr odu ction exec u- lives. Zanuck, son of movie mogul Darryl Zanuck> was president of 20th Century Fox until 1970, and Brown was his executive vice- president for creative opera- tions. Then, both moved to War- ner Bros. Universal President Lev; Was- serman said Wednesday thai, the Zanuck-Brown production team has a long-term contract that calls for them to produce or supervise production of 20 movies over a five-year period. Winnipeg firm buys Quaker plant: (CPf Par-; risti and Hcimbrjckcr of Winnipeg has purchased the u s h e 1 elevator ot Quaker Oals Co. here. Trie plant was shut down In late June after Quaker Oats de- cided to consolidate operations In Ontario. About 125 employ- ees lost their jobs, half ot (hem later finding full-lime employ- ment cl.srjwhere. Parrish and Hpimbecker, a well-known western firm estab- in lOffl, has been con- tinuously in the grain and ter- minal business. A company spokesman, said the Saskatoon plant will be turned info one- of the most modern elevators in the area. HOBBY CATALOGUE Complete catalogue of reiln, cffecoupage, cfipit, macrame, deccupage and ell handicrafts. Send lo: MAIL ORD'R DEPT. CSAFT SHACK 10012 82 Ave. EDMONTON, Alberta Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly me el ings. Enjoy them more over a delicious mea "Datly Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN OUR TAVERN THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL CABARET "SHYLOCK" TONIGHT AND SATURDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Evcryons AdmiMcd Free of Cl-nrge LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE Saturday, Aug. 5, 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL Music by COUNTRY COUPLES MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPUTE SHOW AT P.M. TONITE and SATURDAY 1 He has a wife. She has a husband. W it h so much i n common fiave lo fall in love. Jack Lemmon and Catherine Deneuve are "The April Fools" COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF PUBLIC SWIMMING Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. 7 Swim 5 p.m. FRITZ 9 8 p.m. i 5 A 9 9 p Publit '.win! PcrMir Swim UON j p.m. 1 1? r p 5 p.m. POOu r. f. i 9 p m rt 9 r "v 9 p 9 p.m. i 7 r Swim 12-9 Swim 12-9 12-9 Swim 1-9 Swirn 12-9 NOTE: Registrations lo fill vacancies In Ihe summer swimming inslrucfion programs will taken a (lie during th 8 above For further conrocl Iho Commun.lv Services Deport nonl offitn ol 328-2341, Local 'i; ADULT M ENTERTAINMENT FAMItY ENTERTAINMENT NOW SHOWING p.m. MATINEE DAILY AT p.m. UUGHS ARE OUT'A SIGHT! VMLT NOW MX'SEE HIM, If CHNtCOLOn KIDS MATINEE 50c FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT 7 MATINEE SAT. P.M NOW SHOWING p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COIUGE NOW SHOWING p.m. AN ADVENTUROUS PAIR WHO WILL BLOW YOU APART ;