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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY SPECIAL: Summer Olympics Preview, 6 p.m., Ch. II: An Olympic-eve bonus as athletes arc poificd in Munich for the 1972 Games. There arc memorable moments tonight from past Olympics, including gold medal wins Johnny Weismuller, 1024 and 192X and Jesse Owens in 193fi. FOOTBALL: National League exhibition, 7 (i.m.. Ch. 9: WasMngton Redskins and Detroit Lions clash. FOOTBALL: Western Conference, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: B.C. Lions take on Edmonton's undefeated Eskimos in Edmonton. SPECtAL: Vietnam Hindsight, S p.m., Ch. II: Vietnam- how the United States got there In a special report focus- ing on events from January, 1961, to the summer of DOCUMENTARY: No Time for Tears. p.m., Ch. 13: A 30-minuta documentary dealing with emotionally dis- turbed children. MOVIE: TIic Night of the Generals, 1Z midnight, Cli. 7: During the Second World War, the brutal murder of a prosli- tute is traced to one of three lop-ranking Nazi generals. Peter O'Toole, Omar Sharif ami Tom Courtcnay star. SPECIAL: Olympic Games, 8 a.m., Cli. 7: Colorful cere- monies and a fanfare of trumpets herald the opening of Iho 20th Summer Olympics in Munich. Highlighted will be (he parade of more lhan athletes from 123 countries in native uniform. BASEBALL: American League. p.m., Cli. Kansas City Royals take on the New York Yankees, bat- tling for the division league. SOCCER: World Ciiji, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: Canada meets Mexico in the qualifying match for the North American zone. BASEBALL: Little League World Series, .1 p.m., Cli. II: The little guys show their stuff as 70r.e champions battle for the final berth in the playoffs. GOLF: Professional tournament pl.iy, 3 p.m., Ch. 3: Something different, a doublcheatlcr with play in the U.S. professional match play championship and the Liggett and Myers Open. A chance to see !hc pros in head-to-head match play. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings i ___ Friday, Au9uil 25, 1972 THE IETHBRIDOE HIRA1.D 7 TODAY'S SHOW TIMES Water field E NTERTAINMFNT I. YE E UNIOR BONNER Is an en- gaging movie, a funny-sad and very human essay that says very little except that in this life you win a few, you ose a few. Programs bra Idled by the radio and leleviiten llallont. Any variation In program schedule if due to lait- mlnute changes by the stations and ii not the respon- sibility of the- Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. Belting a scotcli "through the .eelh and over the Ace Bonncr Robert IVoslorO muses to his son, "If this world's all about winning, what's lor the For him winning is the con slant lest of his virility and five thousand bucks to search for his disappearing west in Aus- tralia; for Curly Bonncr it's working on liis First million with a of mobile homes on the Arizona mesa: for Junior it's staying that eight seconds atop the wildest, meanest bull the rodeo circuit before a home town crowd. Perhaps the winner in the Homier family is the moth- er (Ida I.upinn) who accepts the eternal compromise will courage and, when confronted by her husband's latest girl friend, silences sympathy with "times are changing and 1 changed them." Director Sam Pcckmpalt, in this .slighter work, returns in part to the feel of his Ride the High Country whose aging law- men could not abandon their code even when they tried. The violence seen in his The Wild Bunch and Straw dogs is unsought here but is found in the confrontation between Bon- ncr in his heat-up convertible and the ground-raking, house- wrecking constniction digger and again in the terrible mo- ment as (lie cowboy forks his ride in the rodeo chules. The hero, more im-than non-, iW (unior Bonncr Mc- iucen) is already an anachron- stn in a sport whoso partici- jants arc being developed not in the ranch but in colleges. McQueen is excellently cast and his characterization is given depth hy an early aging 'ace and a walk that bespeaks a body too often battered, bruised and broken. Robert Preston and Ida Lup- ino almost walk away with the movie but it is the measure of their fine acting that their star names and faces are perfectly sublimated to the roles of the separated parents. Other excellent performances come from Joe Don Baker Mary Murphy wife) and Sandra Nccl (Ace's And Ben Johnson as the hard' nosed but sympathetic stock contractor is so good that it is difficult to wait for his Aca demy award winning pcrfor mance in The Last Picture Show. Fcckinpah has a sure Viand in the sketching of his terrain (the small western town o' Prescott, and its people anil it should be no minor fas cination for local moviegoer: to recognize in the selling muc! that was this city in the late forties and the early fifties. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King JacK FRIDAY NIGHT World fll su i'.vy John Rcquesl Line John Charles CHEC CJOC SATURDAY Buryl Clark SATURDAY Soccer News Spcru News. Wlhr, Sporli MUM WON. THRU SAT. SiC-O Don MacAMifcr Concerns (Bab CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Hfdm hW Sign Olf CBR Radfo T010 Calgary This Ccunlry :k Our Maljve Land Comedy and Family The Scene Opening Ceremonies and Sporr Srorcr, (.10 lilonfillcs Summer CLCC GLCC Broodcasli over Cableviiion Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Newi Hourly Weather Half Hour Carol SM.TJ. David Oborg John Malafcoff Major Nowi Doug FRIDAY NIGHT 4'03 Home Ruri World al As IT Tha Entertainers Sport, Wlhr. From lha Capitals Ffva Nlghli B Week Lef ihe Pctipra Sing Sol Bri Uc'ivs, an Off SATURDAY Eye Opener cMornlnri Conceit fliDO Correspond 9: to Karicc Board Sound ot Sfringi McDonnell's HAMBURGERS ARE 2002 3rd AVE. 5. A.M.: Once you get pa; Oiccline and Phone 11111, i you can drag yourself awa; from Leo's Trading Posl an Place, you might tr> This Country in the Morning CBR, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Helen Hutchison is hostir the show while Peter Gzows holidays and lias joined Pa Patterson as another favori woman broadcaster. Her voice is pleasantly lov Maggie Morn plummy, her position informec her attitude objective. The show these past week has been outstanding in mas and content and happily fre of an all too prevalent CB facctiousness. Have a listen also to the Sa PLAYGOERS OF LETHBRIDGE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD ON Saturday, Aug. 26, 8 p.m. PLAYGOERS ROOM BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE day Best of Week Edition oduced by Herd Johnson ormerly this corner's Com- cat A recent CBC release amuses s it reports Herb as moving ireetly from CKUA, Edmonton id while it acknowledges his orking as a newspaper re- -orter, high school English lea ner and railway section hand ignores his immediate pre- !BC involvement in beth- ridge, at The Herald and JKEC Radio. No need to say "How come promotion departments re notorious for ignoring the xwn docks, The Herald raid by CDC has jlso bagged Eva Brewslcr, Andy Russell, Uon Caldwell and ,rours truly for free-lance con- ributions to CBR's program- ming. CAN-SING: More than requests for entry forms and over entries have been re- ceived in the Hear Canada Singing song-writing competi- tion. Sponsored by the Canadian Conference of the Arts and sup- ported by Molson Canadian, the competition offers in cash grants, making it the larg- est Canadian song-wriitng com- petition ever held. Sorry closing date for entries was July 15, but let's hope that the 1 winners provide some strong musical Canadianna without be- ing too "s u per-can a-nation a 1- SPOTLIGHT: The annual general meeting of the Play- goers will be held in Uie Bow- man Arts Centre Saturday eve- ning at 8 o'clock. The club, now entering its 50th year, has plans that will require large participation so old and new members will be welcomed Tonight at the Yates the Anne Campbell Singers will offer songs, styles and souvenirs of their recent European tour Saturday the Gyro Club brings the circus to town, good fun for young and old and Monday tickets go on sale for j the .White Heather Concert' September 19. Jimmy Logan headlines with a grand group of "Scots What Hae" support- ing. And Theatre Canada, still fumbling its way from its orig- inal Dominion Drama Festival strnegth, has come up with an- other "downer." A new logo by llothman slaff artisl Simon Kut- yan with designed based on TC's initials purporting to show the moxaic structure and coast lo activity denies the strength of Canadian commun- ity theatre and would seem more suitable for tne "castrati" PARAMOUNT Kriday and Saturday Short "Last Picture Show" Last Complete Show PAKAMOUNT CINEMA Friil ay Short Subjecls "What's Up Doc' Last Complete Saturday Short Subjectb "What's Up Doc" Last Complete Shro S.'ij CINEMA I-'ridny Short Subjects "Joe Kidd" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Joe Kidd" Last Complete Show GItEEN ACRES DHIVE-1N Friday and Satnrtlay "Hired Hand" "Andromeda Strain" One Complete NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. FUN-FILLED WEEK cf eariy Italian opera. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL n the AZTEC LOUNGE Songs By WYNNE HANSON MATINEE SATURDAY AT PM "BOGUS BOOGIE BAND" THURSDAY, FRIDAY 8, SATURDAY THURSDAY t FRIDAY Everyone ArfmiUed Free of Charge The Lolhbrirfge GYRO CLUB This Summer Take A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Tripl Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and iPkoloplatiltic 419 5lh SI. S. Phono 328-6661 PERSONAUY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SEIL" CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. ond 13lh ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "LINEMEN" k Members and Invited Guests! tA, 4 4 4 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cableviiion Ch. 6) FRIDAY i.OQ Gnmer Pylc 1 Tcleprotx: 7 ir, Movie: lohmlrw Monster (r) Performer-, (r) Normfln To ID-00 11-00 NC'.vs II '10 Splrle fO'30 Marino, flay Cflpl- Sr.ird Turn I7-00 TBA VJrfi; :cd SATURDAY numrner Olympics Wftl >Mnlnq Kifl CFCN-TV Channel 13 (CnbTovision Ch, Und------ llrJO Sporti Digest Movie: Thfl Nolofioui LanclMdy Arl Inilrucfion (c) FRIDAY Family AfFair (e) News Hogan's Heroes Pierre Bcrlr.r. Newi [ci SDmmer 4-30 Ben! CTwk nnd (c> Si" of 8'DO CTL ll.JSThnuqhf foJ" Sporli Wo Time for Tears Rocky and Friendi Hcwii KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablovision Ch. 9) 11.00 Chile FRIDAY New. Hew. fc) O'Harfl (ci NFL. Pra-Seaion Fool Ml I fct News (C) TonloM Show SATURDAY Glolifflroflv..... 7-30 Hnlr Bear Burch Archie Snbrins Joile Tfifl Mor flf !c) All 1.00 Bunny SCOOtiy OOO I Hunger li A, (c) HfiAi KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY Password News (c) SATURDAY Summer Olympic News Game-. Prcvirw Jerry Lewis (TOO lulie Andrews Sp. Rrnitl Runner Love American 7.00 F-unVy PMnlo Jonny Qucit 1 Lancelot LinK American Roller TRA in P.W1 f- SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre AND THE Color. Starring Sidney Foil icr Harry Belnfonto and Cameron Mitchell. Friday and .Saturday, AuRiisL 25 and 26. Kriday shows nt and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "MANY RIVKRS TO CROSS" In Color. Starring Robert Taylor. Friday and Saiimlay, August. 2S and 26. Friday shows nt and p.m. Matinee Sal.irday ct p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BII-IjY JACK'1 In Color. .Starring Tom and Deloros Taylor. Friday ami Saturday. August 25 and 36. Friday show at p'm. suitable for children. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SOMETHINfJ DIG" In Color. Starring Dean Martin. Friday and Saturday, August 25 and 26. Friday shows at nnd p.m. Adult. TABER Sky-Vue Drive-In "TUB RAILWAY CHILDREN" In Color. Friday and Saturday, August 25 and 26. Friday Cartoon starts al p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre Special midnight preview lonighl. Angus! ii at mid- night. "NIGHT OF HARK SHADOWS" in color. Adult. CHAMPION EQUILIBRISTS DOZENS OF FEATURES Saturday, Aug. 26th at 2 and 7 p.ra- in tho GRANDSTAND LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS Tickets available cct Ihc gate? ADULTS STUDENTS 53 CHILDREN (under 12} S1.5O Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly meetings. Enjoy them more over o delicious meal "Daily luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN Supper Club Song Stylings By "HUGH SYMONS' ond "HARRV MUNKO" PHONE 71100 ADIUC IN ACRES DRIVS-IM UNCTION OF MAYOR MftGRAtrTCOUTTS HIGHWAY TONIGHT ONLY 1 Play Bingo and Win Cash Prizes This Week's JACKPOT WORTH If Won in 56 Numbers No Winner BLACKOUT FOR ON THE SCREEN "The Andromeda Strain" Fn Technicolor Dovid Wayne Arthur Hill Also "HIRED GUN" In Technicolor wilh Peler Fonda Play Bingo from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Gates open Fri. at p.m. Admission 1.00 per person up till p.m. Thereafter regular admission prices, BINGO CARDS 50c EACH CHILDREN UP TO 12 FREE COLLEGE NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. you're looking for trouble JOE KIDD. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Note: 2 Shows Sunday at p.m. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Saturday, Aug. 26th-9 p.m. FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE, WE FEATURE III 'Music by Frankly MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME Tickets For Our "BAVARIAN NIGHT' SEPT. 2nd FEATURING EKWIN'S ALPINE BAND Are On Sals Now Al 9 Modern Barbar Shop VyTI North BrldflJ Moatl Gel Your TicVati Earlyl NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. "A MASTERPIECE! It is not merely the best American movie of a rather dreary year; it is themostimpressiveworkbyayoung American director since'Citizen o. ZIMMERMAN. RESTRICTED COLUI.'BIAPKTITtLS Present A BBS PRODUCTION THE PICTURE SHOW A Film By PETER BOGDANQVICH ADULT WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS ;