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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Park animals thinned out Joan Water fie Id EDMONTON (CP) It will take another week for officials at Elk Island National Park to complete their job of reducing the elk, moose and deer population, Barley Webb, the park superintendent said Thursday. So far 74 of 80 moose, 65 of 135 elk and five of 30 white- tailed deer have been shot as part of a program to prevent starvation in the park, 20 miles cast of Edmonton and to prevent the possible wrecking of range land through over use, he said. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by (he Radio snd Televiton Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC FRIDAY 3 00 Jack Neufeld 5 00 News 7 00 Paul Tessier 1200 Roy Renmk SATURDAY 6 00 Buryl Clarke 12 00 John Oliver 1230 News 6 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Roy Rennick CJOC FRIDAY NIGHT 5 00 Probe 1220 525 Sports 5 40 Market Place 5 50 Local News 6 00 World At Six 6 35 Jim Parsons Show 8 00 John Charles 1230 Kevin McKenna Show SATURDAY 600 News 6 05 Jack Thys 7 30 News, Wthr. Sports 10 05 Gord Whitehead 1200 News 3 00 John Charles 5 15 Soccer Results 540 Sports 553 News CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 00-9 00 a m Don McMaster 9 00 a m -3 00 p m Concie s Carousel 3 00-6 00 p m Don McMaster 6 00-10 00 p m Del King 1000-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King SATURDAY 600 1200 Don MacMaster 1200 300 pm Del King 3 00-6 00 p m Concerts, Overtures and Encores 6 00-12 00 Del King 12 00 Concie s Carousel (All Night) SUNDAY 600 a m-10 00 am Concerts Overtures and Encores 10 00 a m -1 00 p rn Del King 1 00-2 CO p m Cast Haus Hour (German Program) 2 00-6 00 p m Del King 600-1200 Concerts, Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign off CBR FRIDAY NIGHT 6 00 World at Six 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Between Ourselves 9 00 Music West 1000 News Sport Wthr 10 15 Five nights a Week 1030 My Word 11 00 News 11 03 Major Progression SATURDAY 6 03 Sounds Like Saturday 800 News 8 45 Notice Board 900 News 910 Sounds Like Saturday 9 30 Family Favorites 1003 The Country in the Morning (Pt 1) 10 59 Time Signal 12 10 Our Native Land 1 03 Native Voice of Alberta 1 30 Men of Ministry 2 00 Metropolitan Opera 6 10 Demand Side Friday, Saturday, February 15th, 16th Friday, p.m., Saturday at p.m. LETHBRIDQE EXHIBITION PAVILION "Join the Pepsi People Living Free" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablsvislon Ch. 6) FRIDAY 5 00 Hollywood Squares 5 30 CJOC News 600 Chase 7 00 Plimpton Special- Shoot Out at Rio Lobo" 8 00 Ml In The Family 830 MASH 9 00 Tommy Hunter 1000 Cortex 11 00 News 11 20 P M 1200 Movie Any Wednesday SATURDAY a 30 Tales of the Riverbank 9 00 Uncle Bobby 930 Jeannie 1000 Flmtstones 11 00 Yogi s Gang 11 30 Goober and the Ghost Chasers 1200 Spiderman 12 30 Safety Roundup 1 00 Wrestling 200 World Cup Figure Skating 4-00 Curling Championship 5 00 Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lethbridge Chanmi 13 (Cabtevteion Ch. 4) 530 555 630 700 830 9OO 10OO 1100 1120 12-00 FRIDAY Mod Squad Doctor in the House News Santotd and Son Movie The Elevator On the Buses Ryan s Fancy Primitive Man The Dancers News News Double Sin 1 Mummy s Hand 2 The Mystery of Rogel SATURDAY 8 25 Thought lor Day 8 30 University of Ihe Air 9 00 Family Affair 9 30 Dastardly and Mufltey 10W Buckshot 1030 WatetviHe Gang 11-00 Puppet People 11 30 Fanlastica 12OO vou Fteally Can 12 30 Nuis -N Bolts N Things 1 00 Outdoor Sportsman 1 30 Sports Digest 200 Wrestling Roller Derby t-OD Aiwna! World 30 WswW 01 Sports KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cabtoviaion Ch. 9) FRIDAY 5-00 HeeHaw 6O0 Movie 3-00 Playhouse 90 The 930 News 1000 Tonight Show SATURDAY 6 00 OGF leleccmrse 6 00 Scooby Ooo 7OO My favorite Martian 730 Jeannie 800 Speed Boggy S 3d Josie and Pussycats 9OT Archies 930 10-00 HJ.30 HflO 1 1I 30 12O0 12 30 1 30 2 00 230 3 00 330 4100 S OB Fal Albert Rrntstones Bafley's Comets Reach OoJ Pints Panther toCtl Htph Addams Famfly Emergency Plus Sulch Cassldy Star Trek News Country WH Parade Lawrence Welk KFBB Greet Channel 5 (CabftvMen Ch. 11) FRIDAY SOD Neifc T-ruTri or Consequences 6OO Brady SunCh 6 30 M Illton Dollar Man 7 30 Odd couple 8-00 Toma 900 News 930 MOVMJ Green Slims SATURDAY SOD Bugs Bunrry 5 30 Yogi s Gang 6 00 Super Friends 7CO Lassies Besoue Raoge-s 7 30 Goober ana ihe Gtiosi Chasers S-OD Srady Kids Mission Magic 9'00 ASCMWI9 1000 American Bandstand noweroame 12 00 Grewesn Sports legends 3230 Pro SonHers low 2 00 Wide World oT Sports 330 ftoasoner Report Star Trek 5 00 Sonny and Cher Bergman's new film 'masterpiece' TV highlights FRIDAY CRIME DRAMA: Chase, 6 p.m Ch. 7. A top football pro has been beaten by thugs but refuses to reveal why and Chase's unit seeks the reason for his silence CRIME DRAMA: Six Million Dollar Mao, p.m., Ch. 11. Steve doesn't know it but the top secret missile scientist he is guarding is really a robot substituted when the real electronics expert is kidnapped. PLIMPTON SPECIAL: "Rio 7 p.m., Ch. 7. A behind-the-scens look at Plimpton's movie debut as a bad guy in a John Wayne movie filmed in Arizona. MOVIE SUSPENSE: "The 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A1974 TV movie about thieves in a high rise office building who get separated in two different elevators during their escape The thief with the money is in the elevator which stalls between floors COMEDY: p.m., Ch. 7. A cut supply line creates a crisis as the hospital unit runs short of everything but casualties. DOCUMENTARY: Primitive Man, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. An intimate look at the life and customs of the pygmy tribes of the African Equatorial Forest MOVIE COMEDY: "Any 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A movie version of the Broadway hit about a married tycoon, his girl friend and a client. DOUBLE MOVIES: 12 midnight and a.m., Ch. 13. The first feature is "The Mummy's Hand" and the second is "The Mystery of Marie Roget." SATURDAY SPORT: Pro Figure Skating, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the championships held Dec. 22-23 in Tokyo. FAMILY: Animal World, 4 p.m., Ch. 13. Featured in this program are the animal stars of Hollywood. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Con- tact Bowman Arts Centre, Weekdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Tonight Drama: One Act Festival, Yates Centre, p.m Feb. 8-28 Japanese kimonos, Bowman Gallery, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays. Feb. 8-28 Exhibit: Japanese wood carvings, U of L Gallery. Monday-Friday 9 p.m.; Sunday 1-5 p.m. Feb. 9 Overture Concert. Three on Broadway, Yates Centre, p.m. Feb. 10 Sacred Concert: Anne Campbell Singers, Southminster Church Sanctuary, 8 p.m. Feb. 11-16 LCC winter Carnival. Feb. 12 Student Recital: Lethbridge Registered Music Teachers, St Augustine's Hall, p.m. Feb 13-15 Wilson Junior High Musical: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Yates Centre. COMING EVENTS Feb 20 U of L Concert: Katharina Wolpe, pianist, Yates Centre, 8-30 pm Feb 24 Concert: One Third Ninth, Yates Centre, 8-30 p m CONTINUING EVENTS Sir Alexander Gait Museum. Monday-Friday pm, Sunday 2-5 p.m. 0 HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Nightly for your (totaling pleasure IN THE TAVERN "Mojo Revue" Corner 4Dl Old 7th St S. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre POSEIDON ADVENTURE" in color. Starring Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine and Shelley Winters. Friday, February 8 show at and p.m. ADULT SATURDAY MATINEE, February 9. "LIVING IT UP" In technicolor. Starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis show at p.m. FAMILY FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "GIRL IN MY SOUP" In color. Starring Peter Sellers and QoMfe Hawn. Friday, Feb. 8th show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT SATURDAY MATINEE "FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE" in color. Starring Rex Allen. Show at p.m. FAMILY. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LEGEND OF NIGGER CHARLIE" in color. Starring Fred Williamson. Friday, February 8 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HARRY IN YOUR POCKET in color. Starring James Coburn, Michael Sarizan and Walter Pidgeon. Friday, Feb. 8, show at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SATURDAY MATINEE "TARZAN AND THE GREAT RIVER" FAMILY TABER Tower Theatre SATURDAY MATINEE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS" in color. Starring Elvis Presley show at p.m. FAMILY Henrik Ibsen again and again dealt in his plays with the exploitation of women, the trap of marriage, the isolation of the individual. Now, m the cinema, is to be found one of his true heirs in Ingmar Bergman. And as it is not sufficient to say merely that Ibsen wrote plays, so it is inadequate to state that Bergman makes movies. Bergman, as Ibsen does, offers the passionate centre of life, the chilled landscape of the spirit As Ibsen moved from poetic tragedy to social realism to religious search, so Bergman in Cries and Whispers reveals yet another transition in his work. And as Ibsen's contemporaries found his Hedda Gabler confusing, even repellent, so may today's audience view this Bergman work. Confused, certainly, repellent, possibly. But none will be unmoved, untouched; none where there is any reach of the soul. Bergman from the first slow sequence oppresses with the weight of time, then draws with consumate artistry, his audience into the convoluted story of three sisters and their servant. Anna (Harriett Anderson) is dying. Her terrible agony involves to the extent that the audience shudders as she stirs from the relief of sleep to another brief moment of life. Maria (Liv Ullman) and Karin (Ingrld Thalia) wait; Maria sensual, stupid yet not shallow, Karin in some strange icy hell Through the three moves Anna (Karl Sylwan) a mystical earth force who rises to each day with a prayer of thankfulness for a good sleep, the soul of her dead child, then bites cleanly into an apple while the others remain in the nightmare. And how Bergman loves and understands these actresses His gift is to allow them their beauty, permit them to be ugly Never brutalizing he moves them in equal concert, exacting incredible ensemble playing. And yet his men are ciphers, icy or impotent What does Bergman mean; what is the design of the great washes of red across the screen, the cruel self- laceration of Karin, the last moment as Anna reads from Agnes' diary of the day when the four sat in the garden "as we were in Better not to seek answers. This 'masterpiece', may be flawed by too little told, but it remains a 'masterpiece'. What remains is a shattering experience, intensely personal to the individual. What remains are wrenching impressions, the careful grace of the four women in white against red; the sprawled legs of the dead woman drawn into decency; Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short 700900 SEVENS UP 715920 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT UNKMA Short 7 15 9 15 CRIES AND WHISPERS 7 30 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 RESTRICTED ENTERTAINMENT WLLKiK INSTINCT FOR SURVIVAL 7 00 9 00 TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 700900 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -Presente- the... AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Piano Styhngs by BOBCORRELL tt in the. CABARET "NIGHT" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY. the hand of Agnes groping in limbo; the desperate affectionate communication between Karin and Maria, lips moving silently, only the music of Bach heard. The audience files out stunned and silent fiom Cries and Whispers, listening perhaps only to the murmurings of the forbidden parts of the spirit. Once the role of the petty princelings of Europe, the part of patron of the arts is being assumed, and rightly so by big business. Latest contribution to the flow of finances sustaining and encouraging the visual and performing arts is half a million dollars from Carling O'Keefe Breweries and the new program, the Carting Community Arts Foundation. And with canny housekeeping by the foundation's all-women board, the amount could reach the million mark Primary concern is to offer assistance in operational costs to community folk arts projects; to work in the area of the small effective grant and that's a welcome innovation. But while the charge to the foundation is the preservation of Canada's multi-cultural traditions, let it be hoped that the honesty of the art form will be preserved; 10 little girls in tap shoes doing a Dutch dance, as has been seen in folk festival groups is not folk art And perhaps "preserva- tion" is too museum a word: folk arts are not static, but grow in the proper climate Luckily now, Cartings O'Keefe is going to be a part of providing that climate. For more information contact Gary Miller in Medicine Hat, care of Carlings-O'Keefe. The One-Act Festival tonight at the Yates. And the adjudicator Or. Bryan Tyson is worth the price of admission alone. With wit and wisdom he entertains and informs the audience, offers the best of warmly constructive criticism to the participants. Tonight, Lethbridge Youth Theatre in Eliza and the Lexicon, Windy Hollow Players and Ladies of Camelot and Playgoers in The Rising of the Moon Curtain time is p.m., tickets available at the door. And a final happy note What do you do with three Snow Whites and 21 dwarfs? You present a production of four matinees (already sold out to city and district schools) and three evening performances at the Yates, that's what. As Wilson Junior High School is doing this coming week. Rewarding for you and for Barbara Walker, teacher director and her hardworking enthusiastic cast and crew will be your attendance -Pick up your tickets and have a lovely evening. Disney songs and all LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE Saturday, February 9th 9 p.m. Mooae Hall 3rd Ave. North Music BRIDGETOWN TRIO Members and Invited Guests TONIGHT REGIONAL ONE ACE FESTIVAL YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE at p.m. Adults 12.00 Students and under 16 All tickets available at tha door Sponsored By Allied Arts Council German Canadian Club REGULAR DANCE Sat. Feb. p.m. Music by Fiorina Members and Invited Only NOTE: Tht Consul will in and Sundiy. For Bock) Mcgdcburg .1 327-1005. FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE "Lightermen" MINERS 733- 13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only Feb. 14th to 20th PARAMOUNT THEATRE RESERVE SEAT Now On Sato AT LEISTERS THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Friday Cabaret "MOONGLOWS" Saturday Cabaret "MOONGLOWS" Vimy Lounge p MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS ONLY ADULT NOT SUITAtLE FOR CHILDREN paramoun NOW SHOWING THRU TUESDAY TONITE AT P.M. The dirty-tricks sqund thnt oven cops Prom ttMt producer of "Builrtt" Connection? THE SEVEN UPS "BEST DIRECTOR" "BEST "BEST ACTRESS" un YORK FILM CRITICS INGMAR BERGMAN'S CRESAND WHSPE5 COftMAtt omrnts NEW WORLD PICTURES RELEASE Four Women dre- ssed In white in a mansion painted red haunted by whispers and cries. RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema Tonita and Saturday AT Fiaily EntertiinmMt A Brwth-Tilrini Spectwli Of Wild Firy college cinema TONITE AT AND PM, SATURDAY AT 144-7 AMD CHllMEH UF T014 TIB. 11.00 -All OTHERS ;