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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TV HIGHLIGHTS: JsI'OIlTS: Canadian roolball, 5 p.m., Cli. 7; The Saskat- chewan noiighriders meet the Toronto Argonauts in the [irsl game of the season televised by Uie CBC. H1OV1E: Term of Trial, 6 p.m., Cli. 3: Laurence 0 River stars in a grilty British film about a schoolmaster who is accused of seducing one of his female charges. With Simone Signorcl. MOVIE: Billic, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Patty Duke, in her pre- Vallcy of the Dolls days, plays a lomboy whose exploits jeopardize her father's campaign for mayor. With Jim Backus. MOVIK: Tlie Lost Man. 8 p.m., Ch. 13: A black militant seeks help from his friends in a desperate attempt to elude the police after he lias robbed a payroll. WilJi Sidney Poifier and Joanna Shimkus MOVIE: Curse ol Hie UmliSJil, p.m., Cli. 13: A 1959 mellerdrammer about a blackclad stranger in a western town who develops a vair.piric fascination for a lady rancher. With Eric Fleming. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Pirn-American Games, 11 a.m., Cli. 7: Items covered this morning arc volleyball, gymnastics, wcighllifl- ing, swimming, diving, and track and field events. SI'liCIAL; Apollo Ili, p.m., Ch. 7 and 1J: If all goes according lo plan, Ihc three U.S. astronauts will conclude their 12-day lunar expedition with splashdown today in the Pacific. SPORTS: Duxing, S-p.m., Ch. It: Wide World of Sports covers llic heavyweight bout in Houston between Muhammad Ali and Jimmy SPORTS; Soccer, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: The New York Cosmos meet the Metros in Toronto's Varsity Stadium. SPECIAL: Gmccr is llic Next Frontier, p.m., Ch. A progress report on cancer research, specifically on genetics, chemical therapy and radio-wave therapy. Trimbles ProjranU lltttd by radio, and television itoJloni. Any wnrmtjon irt.projrom ihedub; U 'due lo lot 1-minliH by'We itoiiorii and li not Ihe reipnniibilily of the Htrdld or Trlrflbfei fire Supply. CHEC on Ihe Hour Wlhr. on Ihe Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT John Oliver ihow News Jtihn Oliver Show Rori Legge Show News, Sporfs Counlry Diqesl Hil Sound Richard Gordon Back lo the Bible fHCC-TM Hr, of Information VOILO o' Thing SATURDAY Mil-e Murry 7-.15 Til? Living 6'I'D John .1 Of) John Oliver CJOC FRIDAY NIGHT ti-fn WcrltJ fit i'ix Request Aclicn Line 5A Rob Ingram fi-UO New CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour WON. THRU SiT. Dgn Me Master Mfijcr Ncv.'S Bob Cencie Mike Murr I 00 Don Hcdm a.m. Don McMaslcr CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run Road Bani News Honin Run 5M5 livestock ReDorl World al Six Pick of Ihc Gcor Sounds Canadian B.D3 Radio Free Friday News Nalional News Morni Five a Aibiqnmenl Week Corresponrlenb Theatre Notice Board Lei Ihe People Sing Inlcr TOD Team 11-23 Sounds Like Europe Aclion Sel Wlhr., Music Pasl Wlhr., Road Report Midnignf 12 10 Sound ol SATURDAY Live Opener Part 1 Renional Wilir. 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A) Losl Man Thnutiht for D.iy 5.30 I Dream nf tloivilchod News (c.} Smill Thoutiht f( II :30 nn I.1 HO Sporl-, Roundup Sporli Diqosl f licilil o( AjiDllo '5 UndoHd 'J M Lncroisc l.m in Convrrinlion Calcinry Horse .ihn-v KftTV Grcnl Fcilfs Ctmnnol 3 (Ccibfcvisfon Ch. 9) FRIDAY 9.30 lomrilil .show (c) DiiMrtrtlly Wonkcfcs (c) Mission linposiihlc Andy Gnlfilh Slit Mnvif: Term of Trial ironside (c) News (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Chnnoel 5 (Cablevlsion Ch. 11) FRIDAY nl :.10 Nnws (C.) Nc- w Roller Drrliv (c) 5.00 Nnnnv Hit SATUHUAY I'roiosroi WfWi S..1U IlniK I) ft IK) I run Hoi 1 ink is.nn I'nrlrulijc I niniiy ?i30 MOVIBI In Search Jerry LcA'il llnro Comfi Hm Daub'o Decker- Hoi Sky Hnwks Molor Mouse (c) Hardy Poys (r) I'l.OO Ann 11.on Movip 1? 3d Mnlinrr- Foolball JJO Advcnlurt rr floan Oo [JITS AiVU UU11S Liu's As llic Cole 1'ortrr said so aptly, it's "loo darn of tViiislon C'liurdiUI, may nol i well Ijy Hie costumes ljul slic lioL." Compose a sentence long- er than 30 words and the type- writer makes glad eyes at the air conditioner. Keith Midirll, who starred n the BBC's The Six Wives of Henry VIII, is lo play the con- .roversial Tudor king again in .he movie version. The same aclresscs will reportedly not )e porlraying his wives. The iix-parl series is being shown on Cable Channel II Actor Hubert Stuck (Name of the who is already suing BS for S2n million for using edited remarks by him in The ing of Hie Pentagon, has lit Universal Studios for a suit. Stack, leading ex- ponent of the Mount Kushmclj style of acling, is irate at the cancellation of a movie, The Ali.ens Univcisal in turn is suing his proposed co-star, Ca- nadian Gcnevicve linjold, for for refusing to per- t'crm. Get more fun out of life. Sue somebody Ymmg Win- ston, the new movie on the life IB to everyone's liking. It present tiie former British I prime minisler as an unpleas- ant, foul-ieinpercd, self-seek- ing, arrogant muckrsker. Di- rutlor Ititliard Attcnhoroilgli admits to being no fan of Churchill's and it apparently is vary obvious in the drama. Tlie C li r i s t i a n Science Church has introduced a bill into Congress which would leg- islate 75 years' protection on the writings or founder Mary Baker Eddy, who died in 1910. The church is primarily con- cerned with the pivotal work, Science and Health with Keys lo Ihe Scriptures, which has been published in numerous translations Deadline for this year's Canadian Student Film Festival is Aug. 25. Films will be accepted in four cat- egories: with scenario, ani matsd, documentary and ex- Shoytimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "KHite" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Siiliinhiy Short Subjects "Big Jake1' Las Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects 'Escape From the Planet ot the Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Little Big Mail" One Complete Show perimental. For registration forms write: Third Annual Ca- nadian Student Film Festival, C o n s e r v a t o i1 y of Cincina- Art. Sir George Wil- liams University, 1131) Dniiu- inond Street, Montreal 107 Nicholas Monsurril (The Cruel who once HTfl in Ottawa, has been or- (.'ered nol lo remove an n) lieritance of about from merrie England. His sec- mid mfe, a Canadian, from whom lie was divorced in wants a share of the dough for her Iwo children before the in- heritance sails off to Malta where Monsarrat now lives. John iiirsch, former artistic director ol the Stratford Festi- val in Ontario and co-founder of the Manitoba Theatre Cen- tre. was chosen best director off-Broadway Insl season for his work with the play. AC-DC Lana Turner, Sultana of (he Sweater Set and Locker Pbolo Lady lo hundreds of GIs in the Second World War, received mixed reviews for her first legitimale stage perform- ance. Appearing in the roman- (ic comedy, Forty Carats, in New York state, Miss Turner was reputed to have done very didn't put dialogue much into Ihc When CFCN Leth- bridge vievers switch on the comedy." Doris Day Show next season, j Loo lame. ''God help one critic said, "if they regard it as a biting, controversial they'll be seeing a transform- ed woman. Now entering its fourth season, the comedy se- ries originally had Miss Day as a young widow and mother of two who 'ived on a ranch. The next year, Ihc locale was moved to San Francisco. By last year, Comer Pyle, the for- mer ranch hand had dis- appeared and Miss Day was a staff secretary for a maga- zine. In 1371-72, the series will be Daughter pf Pillow T a 1 It. Somewhere along the line, the children will be dropped from sight forever and the star will b.e single, free and a staff writer on a magazine. Sic transit kids. Independent Order of Foresters Aiiwi Family Picnic 1 p.m., August 8 at Park Lake In York slate, n.ovies with X ratings (comparable to the Restricted tags in Alberta i will be banned from drive-in screens which are visible frcm nearby roads and .stmcuires A seat at the Stratford Festival theatre has been pur- chased by the Stratford foun- dation in memory of the late Toronto drama critic and broadcaster Nallutn Cohen who died in the spring Frank AIcGpc, NBC newscaster, will replace the retiring Hugh Downs in the network's Today Show, seen locally early in the morning over cable TV Director Tony Richardson (Tom Jones, Look Back in An- ger) has scanned Toronlo as a possible sile lor his filming of Margarcl Ahvooil's The Edible Woman Administrators of music fcslivals in Canada have j agreed to lower Hie bourn on The Lelhbridge based Big Chief Records has sent along three Hjjums in Ihe past while, by the Talicr I'olka Band and country singer Shirley and country and western sing- er Ron Sillilo, both of Leth- bridge. The general impression ol the records is lhat they are not up Lo snuff, not for the lough market they seek to enter. The Taber band, led by Milt Ivcrson, generates strong sentimental ties in Letbbridge and district They are one of the more capable groups. But their sound is not professional enough Tor the stern acoustic demands of mi- crophones. The 12 numbers waives, drinking songs include sour notes and melodies which get lost in the coin-papas of the accompaniment. Ron Sillilo, in 12 country and western numbers, shows a nice hard edge lo his voice and good accompaniment by his group, Tlic Outlaws. A couple of numbers are rather nice, I've Changed My Mind and the bluesy I Can'I Believe. But Sillito's voice is not ton sistent enough. He drops last words and can be hard to un- derstand. Two numbers have such soapy titles, it's no won- der (bey get into [rouble The llluc in Your Brown Eyes and Teardrops in .My Hca-l (no mean feat, [hat last Shirley Ann is Big Chief Roc ords1 best-selling soloist and I she is way ahead of Sillito in one department at least: she nholocopvine of music bv fes- L, lival participant July 30 due reeard tlre was lo mark lh? release of tile first album by the Mamas and Papas since I h c foursome broke up in mid-1908. The group, which sold six best- spelling albums before the split, joined forces again in May F o r m er Bcatle George Harrison is to acconr- pany the Br-acll Boys on a tour of the U.S. Ibis vear. CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY, AUG. 6 "ANYTHING GOES" SATURDAY, AUG. "FARROWS" Theatre Calgary is now cast ing for nexl year's season. In- terested aclorp should contact Laird Orr ;il Theatre Caigarv. 229 Blh Ave, S.W.. Calgary 2 or piione 2G2-2HG Gina Lollo- lirigitla, Italy's answer to Lana TtU'ner. plans lo make her di- rectorial debut in a filmed chil- dren's story in Mexico Va- riety reports lhat music on tape, in (lie form ol cartridges and cassellcs. has levelled off to about 30 per cent of sales. Records make up (lie remaind- er of Ihe SI billion markcl. The situation has gone against nu- merous forecasts lhat tapes would drum records inlo the ground The new U.S. TV series. All in Ihc Family, win- ner of this year's Emmy as best comedy series, has been gii'en tough criticism by Brit- ish writers. Inspired by the En- glish series, Till Death Do Us and their meaning. Combining country and gospel numbers, Ihe album, The Oth- er Me, docs not give her enough backing in inventive accompaniment and arrangc- I ments. The songs In Memo- ry ol My Dad, The Great Paint- er are gra'ingly sentimen- tal, although again Shirley Ann's concern with words j conies through. The background is Ibe cuslo- i mary rinky-tinky piano and woozy steel guitars. A couple of the inlroduclions so'jiid the same. The by-and-Iarge are uninspiring. Wilh the right kind of pro duction, I think she could be a very creditable country singer. Parl, (he show was found lo be shows.' Bolshoi Theatre leader dies MOSCOW (Renter) Yuii Faver. 81. chief conductor of the Boishoi Theatre lor 40 years; until retiring in 1963, has died after a long illness, Tass news j agency reported today Quoting an obituary in the So-1 viel parly newspaper Izvestia.: Tass said Payer was ''nol only a brilliant musician end conduc- tor, but also a consummate m a s I e r of making bjllel Members and Invited Guests SOUTHERN ALBERTA v i THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "LOVK STonV'-SI-iirriiiB Ali UlcGraw and Ryan O'Neil. In Tei'lmifolor Ailnll pnlprlainmcnl. Friday ;inri Saturday at and p.m. Special Children's Matinee Satur- day. August, "111 a I -3: (10 p.m. only. "GUNFIGHT AT CCMJnMiMCIlU Audio Murphy. In color Family. All seals lidc. MILK RIVER Simbncl Theatre "TI1I2 GOLD lingw-snappinp color. Starring Del Reeves ond Hoy Dnisky with manv special pucsl ilars. and Saturday. August WJi and 7lh al. p in. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Saturday and Sunday. August cili. Till and 81h. Pr'day show al p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre A ,MV o.lnr. .Starring Peter Sellers and Gnldie llawn. Friday nnd Saturday, August (ilh and Till al and p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "ONl'I 111 Win ED color. .Starring Jim Brown and llacquel Welch. Friday and Saturday, Aiigusl Glh and 7th. Show al dusk, TABER Tower Theatre "A MAN CAI.IJCn Ilidianl Harris. Kri- dav and .Saliirdny, li and 7 at 7-IIII and i-m n m Adult. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY and SATURDAY "THE OUTLAWS" AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 4 4 4 4 733 13th St. N. W MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! J Bring Your Family Come Along A SUNDAY MUSICAL CONCERT at Henderson Park Picnic Area SUNDAY, AUGUST 8th-2-4 p.m. Featuring "MINT JULIPS" Sponsored by: Parks and Recreation Department City of Lethbridge Friday, Au.juil 6, 1971 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD GERMAN CANADIAN CLUE REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, AUG. 7th 8 P.M. GERMAN CANADIAN HALL 9lh Ave. nnd 6lh SI. N. Music by "MOONGLOWS" MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT Tonight "JUST US" Solurday "HORSE" and appearing nighlly in our Tavern (Tonight) "HORSE" Solurdoy Night "PAUt" Lounge "JACK DAVIES" Admission {Side Entrance) 9 p.m. lo 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS FOOD AVAILABtE NOW SHOWING p.m. one fondo c'oflflkf tend MATINEE SATURDAY P.M. TONITE and SAT. al p.m. COMFORTABLY COOL FOR SUMMER John Wayne Richard Boone "Big Jake1' Adull-Not Suitable for Children COUEGE NOW SHOWING p.m. PREPARE YOURSELF FOR A NEW GENERATION OF INCREDIBLE APES! FAMILY KIDS MATINEE SOc EVENING 75c PHONE 71100 Kn-iVffV REEN ACRES DRIVE- IK JUNCTION oNlAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT and SAT. DLSTIN UTTLC BIG MAN" Chief Dan George "BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR" MARTIN BALSAM CHIEF DAN GEORGE Atfufl Nol Suitable for Children ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. ;