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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta [TV HIGHLIGHTS; SPECIAL: U.S. Football, p.m., Cli. 11: The San Francisco 49ers meet Hie Dolphins in an exhibition game at Miami. MOVIE: Cannon, li p.m., th. 3: William Conrad and Vera Miles star in a TV pilot mystery draw about an over- weight detective who fights off small lawn heavies while trying to solve a friend's murder. SPECIAL: Pun-American (James, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Sched- uled events include cycling, swimming, diving and wrestling, football and basketball. MOVIE: Hansom for a Head Alan. 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Peter Falk and Emmy winner Lee Grant slar in a suspense drama about a cold, clever woman lawyer who murders her hus- band. MOVIE: Ucnrgy Girl, p.m., Cli. 7: The IIICC ac- claimed comedy about a homely Engisli girl wh" treads a rocky road from rags to riches. Stars Lynn Redgrave, Alan Bates. MOVIE: Man of a Thousand Faces, p.m., Ch. 13: James Cagney stars in Uic I'J57 biography of Lon Chancy, son of deafmute parenls who lo fame as one of (he silent screen's great actors. With Jane Greer. SATL'KIJAV CHILDREN: A Place, nf Your Own, Noon Cli. 7: How schools and churches help preserve the French language in non-Quebec French-Canadian communities, SPECIAL: Tennis, p.m., Ch. 7: Highlights of the Ca- naidna Open Tennis playoffs, held last week in Toronto. SPECIAL: Canadian Derby, 1 p.m., Cli. 7: The 42nd running of Uie annual race for Ibree-year-olds foaled in Can- ada, frnm Edmonton's Northland's Park. SPECIAL: Calgary Stampede, p.m., Cli. 13: Wide WorH of Sports covers highlights of the 1971 stampede and rodeo. Trimbles ore lilted by the radio and television tret) Any variation in program theduler ii due to last-mil "onj and is nof the responsibility of fbe Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on Hie Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT John Oliver Show News News, Sporls Richard Gordon Hr. of (nformdlior Mike Murry John Oliver John Oliver ihov Ron Legge Show Hit Sound CHEC-FM Voice Ol China SATURDAY The Living World John McAllister CJoc FRIDAY NIGHT John Walker Show News. Wlhr, Spn World 31 Six Doug Anderson Wayne Barry Requesl Action 19-00 News Line SATURDAY Wayne Barry Rob Ingram Show News Soccer RcsUls CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Aldfor News Major News PiOO Bob Cencie Don Hodman H Radio 1010 Calgary Five Nighls a Week Theatre FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run Road Bans News Home Run Livestock Rpporl Midniqht 6-00 World al Six Pick of thc Goons SATURDAY Sounds Canadian Eye Opener B.-03 Radio Free Friday News Nalional News Morning Conce Assignment Correspondent Notice Board Theatre Notice Board Lei Ihe People Sing Inter Top Team Sounds Like Europe Aclion Set Wlhr., Music Pasl Wlhr., Road Report Sound of Britain Parl 1 Regional Wfhr. Opera Tlimc Wes) PlaycJale Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 llfh St. S. 327-2396 ASTRO SATURN 78 Nylon Fiberglass Dual Whitewalls 2 plus 2 Fiberglass Belt AS LOW AS F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 28.92 30.37 33.09 30.37 32.09 Also available at TRIMBLES TIRE SUPPLY BIAIRMORE PHONE 562-2743 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY S.M HucHr-bsrrv H Tfileprohr; 7 Move. Yellow Kelly Nnwi ul 11-70 Tclrprcb" Movie nn Girl SATURDAY fl.lW Pin Am (c) 9 00 Carloon 5 50 Tommy Hunter (c) Beetle Bailey Hollywood Ihc Fireball XL-S Stars Llllle People Ripcord Wreslllng 13.31 Klahatiic Pflii Am Crania 1C) 3.00 Sporls, Week (c) -J-00 Canadian Derby (c) Buris Bunny Soccer CFCN-TV Lethbridgc Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Rocky and Friends (c) I Drciim al Jean 6.00 Bewilchcd (c) News (c) AliflL Smith nnc Jonos B 00 Movir: 10 00 r-B} Ncwr. :ad llTZS Thought for Kiddles on Kamera Uncle Bobby (c) 1-00 Marc's Music Shop (c) 1.30 Animal World (c) Faces (c) In Conversion SATURDAY Wide Wo Sporls Come To' Id of KRTV Great Fcilfs Channel 3 (Ccibfcvision Ch. 9) TRIDAY Tnnicihl let 10.00 DnshMly .m-l .1 :in Animnl World SATURDAY Groovie C.oolici Jclsons It) Hows fcl 7.no Dr_ Doontim Dasehnll Aiuly drillilh Show Harlom Globe- 2-OD lldl Don !c) Movie: Irolfors Bunny (c) Cannon (cl Archici I un House 3-JO News (c) S.-OO Ironside Scoobny Doo News News (c) Tho Monkces (cl Mission Impoislblo KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevlsion Ch. 11) FRIDAY SATURDAY Amr. BnntiSttncl News (c) Nnnny and Ilic Prdtcs! 11 V.10 I li 1 fi ,10 Mftffus VVDjiy JO Roller Dorhy (r.l Now nncrlof I Ink .irrry l.fiwli 7-JD Nor Come ifie DoiiLili' Drc.Kcra H.OO Mnl fl 30 Sky I lawks O.no Mninr (r.l Hirdy Boys (c( Movlo: Fllctht lo ftftars (c) 00 (O Milll Alive (r) Let's AAnko rt Opfll (r) 4-M Adunnluri CT qn "front Friday, Aouuil IS, 1971 _ THt IfTHBRIDCt HERAtD 7 I W P A C Ii missions, Alberta cities, particularly at aiter- politics and art enjoy at j show parlies in the homes of least one common denomina-1 academics. lor: Ihe care and feeding of jargon. Art can be appreciated by anyone, bul what makes peo- ple uncomfortable is that lliey don't know Ihc appropriate thing to say on art occasions. This is particularly true for works utilizing the latest trends in art slyles. Baroque, rococo and Gulhic have long since been surpassed by such unintelligible terms as ''phe- nomenological" and "aesthe- ically reactionary." It's enough to send one back to comic books, Some comments are abso- lutely forbidden. Thc novice must never suggest an artist is a con-man who's trying to put one over on thc public. Another no-no is thai an artisl painls in one way because he's in- capable of doing anything else. The epitome of bad etiquette is lo make bald value judg- ments like good, bad or hor- rendous. Although I've never lound ail jargon prevalent al arl exhibi- lions al the University of Lelh- bridge, it does occur in larger Today's Showtimes Friday PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Klute" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Summer '42'1 Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Support Your Local Gunfightcr" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-iN CaiTy On In The Legion" "Funny Girl" I One Complete Show Saturday PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Klule" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Summer '42" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7-00, "Support Your Local Gimfighter" Last Complete Show GHEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Carry On In The Legion" "Funny Girl" One Complete Show The best way to get around the problem is lo subscribe lo an art magazine, then set up a personal dictionary of incom- prehensible definitions. You may not understand what on earth a painting looks like from the magazine's text, bul Uial's okay. The printed word and painling have a very nervous affiliation. The b c s I test is knowing when to drop a polysyllal ic lerrn into a conversation while looking al a painling at an ex- hibition opening. It helps a lot if you don't drop your sherry glass while you're doing so. A few terms and their ex- planations: PRIMITIVE: Used when it looks as though the artist can't paint at all, but has been re- ceived favorably. OPENESS: Good for abstract sculpture. Applied not to the piece itself but to the spaces ui between. CLOSED FORM: Any sculp- ture wilh a recognizable fronl, rear and Iwo sides. MINIMALISM: When the art- ist has obviously economized on his materials. POP: Soup cans, egg shells, bicycles, etc. OP: Pop wilh thc first "p" dropped. TABLEAU VIVANT: The art- isl has used living materials. A live for instance, he milks now and then. REALISM: When it appears to mean what it appears to mean. FUNKY: A dandy word for everything from art to clotlras and rock music. Defies inter prclalion. P 1-1 E N 0 M E NOLOGICAL: Meaningless. If you can say it, you can use it. COJVSTRUCTIVISM: If it's really obvious the artist as- sembled it himself IMPRESSIONISTIC: Applic- able ii a painting dnisn'l make sense at first glar Shouldn't be used if you're iing too close. ABSTRACT: When it's clear the painting will never make sense. BRILLIANT COLORIST: A must for today's painting. Can be applied to almost al! paint- ings Irecause all painters use colors WHITE ON WHITE: A sand-, wicb of white paint. "Brilliant colorist" should be used here with reservation. j CONCEPTUALLY: An ad- 'verb which can be filled with any verb or adjec ive. Eugges s the artist was thinking even if est idea what Uie artist was thinking or what he intended. STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY: IT the thing sticks together. JLLUSJONISTIC EX- ERCISE: A con job which didn't make it. A put-down phrase to be used in place of C 0 N T I N UfTY THROUGH DISCONTINUITY: Like the song "Alone a para- doxical phrase with flair. One other thing: find out aboul and .Picasso. Name-dropping is tricky, but these two should see you am reluming early next week to Ontario from wbence I came four years ago. The Herald initiated a week- ly entertainment column in 1960 by staff wriler Brandcr Parsons. Veronica Graf wrote it in 19GI, followed by Don Mac- li'.an, now of CJOC radio. Mr. Maclean produced a column for more than five years, mak- ing him the durability cham- pcer. I slarled aboul mree years aco when he lefl Ihe pa- per. Pulling out a weekly opinion piece is a lot of fun. (I also through The Group of Seven I to" undergo a nci" comes in handy, although its mention can mean you've been in loo many bank of- sitling fices. vous breakdown every seven davs. Reaction to Fronl Row Cen- LrL. and reviews on the news pages have ranged from general NOTES: Eicen Begicncnun. agrcemcnl lo somelhing ap- for close to two years execu- tive producer at CFCN Leth- bridge, leaves lor Red Deer at the end of Ihe monlh Klutc, currently al Ihe Paramounl Thealre, marks another notch in the acting career of Jane Fonda and a deep rung down for Donald Sutherland. A mys- 1 lery story wilh Uio pace of a bilious snail, it concerns the search for a missing business- man and murderer eventually for Ihc of two prostitutes. The film is a grily, unsavory examination of Ihe life of a hooker, as portrayed in first- rate style by Miss Fonda. Sulh- Today's column end of Front Row Hepburn files million damage suit agreen proaching hysteria. If readers think I was too harsh on local productions, ei- ther music or drama, they will be pleased lo hear I am not leaving Lelhbridge lotally un- seated. One woman started a tele- phone conversation wiln the encouraging words, you the nut that A review on (he ribaldry of a televised Academy Award show prompt- ed one reader to return a clip- ping anotated with the opinion Ilial my remarks were dirtier than the show. erland, as a detective, seems lo j A newspaper columnist often have a permanently unhinged has no idea of his or her in- J jaw and a case of fog on the fluencc, if any, on the public, brain. A EO-SO movie made It is something I haven'l boih- j palatable by its female slar. ered thinking about much bc- cause reviews are personal marks the opinions and no more. Nobody's Centre as 11 opinions should be taken as the lasl word. 1 always intended my re- marks to be viewed as a kind of opening shot in a discussion. People who have attacked me personally instead of deal- ing with a review have always irraled me. But nothing lias bothered me as much as those who agreed everything I said. What one hopes for is to produce an initial response to NEW YORK (AP) A S4-mil lion damage suit has been filed a" event, with which readers by KalharLie Hepburn against; may compare their own opm- Ihree firms in connection with a Pro or you don't know thoughts were. MATURE: Works which have been received favorably by critics. radio commercial for creamed herring in which she claims her vcice was imitated without per- mission. Named in Ihc suil yesterday, were Vila Food Products and the Brown and Williamson To-' bacco Co.. which market Ihe j product, and the advertising j agency of Solow-Wcxton Inc. A spokesman lor the agency said the commercial was with- drawn aflei Miss Hepburn's agent complained. He denied that an imitation of Miss Hep- Aiiyivay I've enjoyed south- ern Alberta, and Lc-thbridge. It's a fine city and one I shall miss verv much. Kloster rims for Liberals what his burn's knon'ledged lhal was the same." voice was used, bul "the delivi EDMONTON (CP) John Kloster, a school principal, will stand as the Liberal candidate for Edmonton genera, election] jhe Alberta Liberal Party an- SPIRITUAL When you don't have the ,'aijil- CITATION FOR COLUMBIA. Md. (AP) Co-: 1'arty s 13th candidate. TENSION: median Jack Benny, famous for his thrift, has been awarded a citation for 30 years of proniol- ing Lhe sale of U.S. savings bonds. MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE CABARET TONIGHT AND SATURDAY "HAPPY FEELING" IN THE TAVERN TONIGHT AND SATURDAY "COUNTRY COMFORT" LOUNGE "MARTY AND ME" Admission il.25 (Side Entrance) 9 11.m. lo 1 o.m, REFRESHMENTS FOOD AVAILABLE The El Ronclio Molor Hotel it now licensed lo serve liquor and wine in its Oulridar Tavern Jesse Adams of the treasury department's savings bonds GJ- visibn gave Hie 77-year-old co- median a miniature Liberty Bel] Wednesday and described him as the most frugal man since Benjamin Franklin. PMYtVlllGIIT OIL'S LONDON (APi Playwrig'-t Esther McCrackcn. sii. who gained success will] kindly cari- catures of English ir.icldle-class life, manners and clhics. 15 dead. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNI'TOHTER" tn color. Slarriiig Suzanne Pleshclir. Garner and Joan Blondoll. Friday and Saturday, August 13 and 14, Friday show nl p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "TELL THEM WILLIE BOY TS HERE" In color. Star- ring Robert Redford, Katharine Ross and Susan Clark. Friday. Saturday and Sunday, August 13. H and 15. Friday show al p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre YOUK LOCAL In color. .Slnrriii" James (Mimer ,iml .Suzanne Pleshcllc. Fridny and Siilurday, August and H. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturd.-iy at p.m. Family. TABER-Sky Vue Drive-ln "NEVADA SMITH" In color. Starring Sieve McQueen. Friday show starls al. p.m. Family, TABER Tower Theatre "SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL OUNFIGIITKR" In color. Starring .James Garner and .Suzanne PlMhello. Friday, Snlurday and Sunday. Augusl III, M and IS. Friday shows nl and p.m. Malincr Salurdny al pin. Family. Her besl-kiioun Wedding, ran for oi'k. Quicl more than 1 ,000 performances in London's West End during the Second World War with Miss Mc- Cracken playing three roles at different times during the four- year run of the play. Among her other plays were Living Room in 1943. No Medals fund hacked TORONTO (CP) A grant totalling over three years has been authorized by the board of governors of the Donner Canadian Foundation to help an Indian-Eskimo scholar- ship program being slarled at the University of Toronto. The unhersify announced here thc grant will cover the salary of a program administra- lor, five annual bursaries of [51.500 each for non-registered Indians to study at the school and travelling expenses for stu- dents and facully. The purpose of the program is lo attract a number of Indian and Eskimo students to the uni- versity as undergraduates and plan for their active participa- tion in mission-orienled field in- vestigations in Indian and Es- ui and Cry Liberty in 1950. kimo communities. Bring Your Family-Come Along A SUNDAY MUSICAL CONCERT HENDERSON PARK PICNIC AREA SUNDAY, AUGUST 15th p.m. FEATURING POINT OF INTEREST Sponsored by: PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Roberts mimed press secretary OTTAWA Rob- erts, 44, a former external af- fairs officer who joined Prime Minister Trudeau's press office last September, has been ap- poin'.ed press secretary lo the prime minister. He replaces Romeo LeBlanc who has resigned lo take a uni- versity post in Monclon. Hr. Roberts, a native of Cal- gary ami A 11) c r t a's Rhodes Scholar in I95f, .served in va- rious foreign postings wilh the external affairs department before joining the prime minis- ter's staff lasl September. Ky sees coup if vole rigged i SAIGON (CP) Vice-Presi- dent Nguyen C a o Ky warned today of a possible coup in I South Vietnam if the Oct. i presidcnlial election is rigged. Ky told reporters he consid- ered himself still in the run- ning for president, but added he would never mention a coup. 1 ''If you are going to pull a i coup then you do not give v press conference about Ky said. Last week the Supreme court disqualified Ky from running in the elections. NOW SHOWING p.m. s Jifc there's a OF'42 RESTRICTED ADULT MKJEEGnil jone fondo TONIGHT and Saturday I At and p.m. PHONE 71100 MM I ire in REEN ACRES JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTfS HIGHWAY TONIGHT AND SATURDAY ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! BEST ACTRESS! BAR-BRA STREISAND Gates of 8 p.m Show al p.m. yiEr-Rsy Start 'Funny GirrTechnco'or HIT 0 THE CARRY ON GANG IN 2 "Carry on in the Legion" TONIGHT and SAT. ot and p.m. LETHBRfDGE JAMES .SUZANNE GARNER PLESHETTE SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FAMILY mm imn> JOAN BIDNDELL JOHN DEHHER HENRV ,IONIS HftRIt WINDSOR rtJACK tLAH FINNEGWf Also Showing at These South Alberto MAYFAIR THEATRE CARDSTON TONIGHT and SATURDAY AUG. U and THEATRE FORT MACLEOD TONIGHT and SATURDAY AUG. 13 and 14 PABK THEATRE MAGRATH TONIGHT and SATURDAY AUG. 13 and THEATRE MILK RIVER TONIGHT and SATURDAY AUG 13 and 14 FOX THEATRE PINCHER CREEK TONIGHT and SATURDAY AUG. 13 and THEATRE RAYMOND TONIGHT and SATURDAY AUGUST 13 and 14 TOWER THEATRE TABER TONIGHT, SAT., SUNDAY AUG. 13-14-15 GREEN Hilt DRIVE IN CLARESHOLM TONIGHT, SAT, SUNDAY AUG. 1.l-H-l 5 OPERA THEATRE VULCAN TONIGHT and SATURDAY AUG. 13 and 14 CHECK LOCALLY FOR- SHOW TIMES ;