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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 1973 LETHBRIDOI MtALft Major changes announced in TV program lineup TORONTO (CP) The CBC announced major changes in television program lineups for next fall and winter. Starting in October, a new half-hour public affairs show, will be -run at 10 p.m. Tuesdays. The CBC de- scribes it as "solid investigative reporting of people and places RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and it not the ftp- pontibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC if Monty MeGill and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doua Yarvln Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music Remember Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY NIGHT CHEC-FM SATURDAY i.OO News Bury! Clarke 6 3D News Buryl News Dave King Jack Weufeld Paul Tessler Buryl Clarke News 7-40 Sports Buryl Clarke News Buryl Clarke if CJOC if News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY NIGHY Jim Parsons 10.05 Jim Elliot Probe 1220 SATURDAY "-00 Show world at six NewJ Soccer Stan Ballley Shaw Jack Tnys Sports Bruce Bowie Show News. Wthr, Sports MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBob Concie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. and Encores Don Hedman p.m.-l a m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS t p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p m The Gasthaus Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 pm.-l2 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News World at Six It Happens CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Five Nights a Week 10. My Word Major Progression 10 SATURDAY Sounds Like Saturday News Between Ourselves Notice Board Music West News Sporf, Wthr. The Glums From the Capitals Family 03 Th'iS Country in the Morning (Pt. 1) Time Signal This Country In the Morning Pt. 2) 12.00 News Our Native Land Saturday West I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again Don't Miss Reading The Lethkidge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY (Included with your copy of The Herald) Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Copies-Over Readers CIOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY 10-00 Dean Martin 12.00 Fllfitstones Hollywood Squares News (c) Get Smart CJOC News News Crossfire Bob Newhart Movie. Odd Couple Unforglven Here We Go ..TIMMMT Again SATURDAY MJV.S.H. Pinocchio 8-30 All In the Family Wizard of Oz Spiderman 1.30 Claire Olsen 2-00 international Soccer Stampede Wrestling 5 00 Bugs Bunny Pucketts General Store Tommy Hunter Wimbledon Tennis Mission Impassible CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cabfevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Rcvnd Star Trek News News 12.00 Movie" Song 6-30 Beat the Clock Without End The Brady Bunch Sonny and Cher Thought fcr Day Movie: Stampede Cool Million Breakfast FBI Hawxeyc News Waiervjiie Gang Stampede-Go- Puppet People KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY Tonight Show Fat Albert News SATURDAY 11-00 Bugs Bunny News CGF Telecourse Hee Haw 7-00 Amazing Chan Sanford and Son Scooby Duo All In the Family Josie and the Mission impossible Pussycats Medical Centre Flintstones News 10.03 Archies 11-30 story Theatre 12.00 Buckshot 12-30 Musical Friends 1.30 Outdoor Sportsman sporn Digest 2-30 Wrestling world Champion- ship Tennis 4.30 Wide World of Sports 6.00 News Baseball 3.00 Wimbledon Tennis American Adventure News 5.00 The Waltons Emergency KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) FRIDAY Password News News Trutn or Consequences Brady Bunch Odd Couple Room 222 Movie: Seven Action "73 -RT.- IM CBS SATURDAY 5-S5 News 00 H. R Pufnstuf Jackson 5 7 03 The Osmonos 7.39 Superstar Movie 8-39 Brady Kids Love Thy Neighbor 9.0D Bewitched T.-OO Love. American Kid Power Style Funky Phantom JO-.OO News Udsville Film Festival Judy Lynn Show Great Roads of America Boxing 3.00 Wide world or Sports 30 Reasoner Report 5.00 Animal Worlfl 5-30 Lille People in the public eye" and says it will have a "cheeky, irrevent style." Following this at p.m. will be a new public affairs pro- gram, Some Honorable Mem- bers, featuring politics and poli- ticians in Ottawa and provincial centres. Take 30, the daytime and-feature show with Adrienne Clarkson, will switch to 10 p.m. Thursdays and will be seen in color for the first time. Every other week the show will last one hour. Every second week it will last 30 minutes starting at p.m. CBC Newsmagazine will be shown. A series of one-hour public af- fairs including the new historical series The Days Before Yesterday, will be shown Sundays at 10 p.m. They will run until January, 1974, Slipping into the 10 p.m. Sun- day slot at that time will be the Ombudsman show. This hour will also incorporate the con- sumer-minded program The Marketplace. Weekend and Dossier, listed in previous schedules, will not be sesn. CHURCH MEMBERS More than 90 per cent of Bra- zil's population is Roman Catho- lic. Joan Water field E NTERTAINMENT LYE E EFLECTIONS on a sum- mer evening. Two movies R viewed" long holi- as a bondsman as his un-ima- thousands will do just The boy could live out his life day weekend, the first in the company of some fifty others, the second in a packed cine- ma. The Emigrants returned for a four-day run here. Reaction to its initial showing offered a surprisingly negative res- ponse to what has been ac- claimed one of the best movies of the year. Checking with Bob Shackleford revealed that an extremely bad print had been received originally from the and he felt that, in all fairness to the film and its audience, be should bring it back to offer a better appre- ciation of the Jan Troel work. Taken solely on the literal level The Emigrants merely tells, in leisurely fashion, of the decision of a peasant and his wife, an imaginative boy, a pastor and- his small flock to move to America in the 1840's. The farmer Karl-Qskar (Max Von Sydow) could continue to till the barren soil of his native Sweden until his death (other ginative friend undoubtedly would. The pastor faces no great religious oppression. Here there are no cossacks to drive them to their journey. Yet all have them, whether they recognize it or not, the flame that has carried man up and out from the mainland of humanity. There are tragedies. A child dies bloated by the kernels in stolen porridge, a boy is dea- fened by a careless blow. There is humor in the matter of- fact description of the needs of the village whore; in as delight- ful an English lesson as that Shakespeare wrote in Henry V. (TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY COMEDY: Bob Newhart, tt.m., Ch. 7. Oomedtenne Marcia Wallace stars in tins comedy about Bcb's receptionist COMEDY: Hie Odd Couple, 7 p.m, Ch. 7. Oscar hires Felix to cover an international wrestling match and is thrown for a fall by subsequent developments. CRIME DRAMA: Cool MflHoii, p.m., Ch. 13. Keyes (James Farentino) is planning a diamond robbery to get back at the African nfler who paid for a job with a mfllion- dollar rubber cheque. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: "Song Without 12mMMgM, Ch. 13. In 1834 Sft-year-oM Franz Liszt is torn between his desire to compose and the financial rewards of concert lire. There are also two women in Ms life. MOVIE ADVENTURE: 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Two close families become involved with a savage Kiowa tribe who claim as their own the adopted daughter one the families. SATURDAY SPORT: Tennis, a.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the men's singles at Wimbledon. SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The New York Yan- kees meet the Twins at Bloomington, Minn. SPORT: Soccer Special, p.m., Ch. 7. England's famous Arsenal team meets the Canadian All-Stars in a game played in Toronto May 23. SPORT: Tennis, 3 p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the women 8 singles and the men's doubles from. Wimbledon. SPORT: Wide World of Sport, 3 p.m., Ch. 11. Auto racing and wrestling are featured. SPORT: Wide World of Sport, pjn., Ch. 13. Canadian Boxing Championships from Charlottetown, P.E.I., also high- lights of fee Players Ontario challenge series from M-assport, Ont ________. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES But what this simple story does, in the performances, in the total work, is to dig deep into race memory and to turn its very simplicity into a revel- tion. The local exhibitor is to be congratulated for his decision to offer even a few more the opportunity to see this remark- able film. BOX SCORE: And what else can the moviegoer do but keep a box score on the mass sad- ism of an appalling film called Walking Tall. The total before utter repugnancer two massive and .mass beatings, the strap- ping of a nude prostitute; one flaming, screaming car wreck; one mindless slashing, fore and aft of the hero, two shotgun blasts, one neat drilling of an eyeball, two killings with a car as weapon. The prop blood may have been sprayed by an aerosal can, the movie should have been treated by Raid. If this is law and order in Tennessee they can keep it. Perhaps this is what movie- goers want. The laughter and relish that is making the box office click would seem to in- dicate so. NEXT: Alec Guinness and Smon (Young Winston) in Hit- ler The Last Ten Days It's only thirty years since those last days in a Berlin bunker. It will be interesting to note the reaction of new gener- ations, with no memory of the dead of Dachau, Co the final drama. ON TOUR: The Sunshine Players, an OFY project that had a marked success last year with workshops and touring children's theatre. This year original and new members of the group have the benefit of the 1972 experience and their tour which includes a play for adults, the farce Trevor, win reach as far as the Drumhel- ler pententiary. The Sun- CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre THIEF WHO CAME TO DINNER" In color. Star- ring Ryan O'Neal, Jacqueline Bisset and Warren Gates. Friday and Saturday, July 6 and 7. Friday shows at and p.m. ADULT. No matinee Saturday. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "HANG 'EM HIGH" In color. Starring Clint Eastwood. Friday and Saturday, July 6 and 7. Friday show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LAWMEN" In color. Starring Burt Lancaster, Robert Ryan and Lee J. Cobb. Friday and Saturday, July 6 and 7. Friday shows at and ADULT. No mati- nee Saturday. TABER Tower Theatre "BEN HUH1' In color. Starring Charlton Heston and Stephen Boyd. Friday and Saturday, July 6 and 7. Friday show at p.m. only. Adult No matinee Saturday. Condition serious LONDON (Reuter) British actor Jack Hawkins, who under, went surgery for throat cancer in 1966, was reported in serious condition at a London hospital after another operation. "He has had an operation for hemorrhage and his condition is serious at the a hos- pital spokesman said. Hawkins, 62, has had several operations since an attempt was made by New York surgeons two months ago to restore his speaking ability with an arti- ficial voice box. They found it impossible to fit him with the instrument. The actor has been able to speak only by using his stom- ach muscles and diaphragm. Since the original cancer oper- ation seven years ago be has continued filming with his voice dubbed by another actor. shine Players win also co-op- erate with the local Youth Theatre in the annual "Chris" award night to be staged, wea- ther permitting, in front of the Bowman Arts Centre July 26. Last year's performance of theatre for children by the two groups attracted close to 300. KIDS: "The little nippers come dashing out of school for the summer vacation, but where are the movies for complained a Honolulu Star Bulletin entertainment columnist. A week later the writer noted when Battle for the Planet of the Apes opened the kids were there in droves with money for tickets and goodies at the concession. Here the story has been 'Popcorn and Poppins ending the long drought of suitable movie fare not only for chil- dren but for many adults too. Now on the horizon for local showing is the musical version of Tom Sawyer with Johnny Whitaker (of television's Fam- ily Affair) and the delightful Celeste Holme. Will it click with the kids? Well, its box office success across the country has lead, naturally enough to Huckle- berry Finn, now before the cameras and with music and lyrics by Richard and Robert Sherman, arrangements by Irwin Kostel. The Shermans and Kostel were a team for Mary Popphu, and Hostel's credits include West Ode Story and Sound of Music. Could it be that major exhi- bitors are now waking up. After all, movies are still magic to kids. Today's kids are tomor- row's adult audience. Just ask any moviegoer of. today who helped pack the popcorn pa- laces in the thirties and forties. ANIMALS: With all the fun and games attendant to the awarding of Oscars, Emmys and Tonys the annual fuss and feathers of the Patsy may have slipped by you. The Patsy is the annual award for animal in television and films. This year's top winner was moviedom's Ben, the rat. However that win, place and show whiz Secretariat need not be miffed. An offer came out Speed record TACOMA, Wash. (AP) A 100-ton test ship moving at 89 miles an hour has broken the world's speed record for large, waterborne vessels, Aerojet Co. officials say. Spokesmen said the four-en- gine, waterjet propelled craft turned in the 78-knot perform- ance in a regular test run in East Passage near here. PARAMOUNT Fridav and Saturday Short "Hitter Last Ten Days" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday "Mary Poppins" Last complete show 9.20 Family COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short "High Plains Drifter" Last complete show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Chato's Land" "Young Billy One Complete Show Adult of Las Vegas to exhibit the Triple Crown winner at one of the hotels. The offer was turn- ed down, but it must certainly be conceded that the salary, wasn't hay. LOST: Or strayed, the stage make-up kit of the Allied Arts Council. The Council is ex- tremely generous in .loaning properties, costumes and the like to performing groups and their concern is not primarily with the makeup (although it is needed for West Side Story) but for the actual large, pink, wooden box which held the sup- plies. This was made and gift- ed to the Council by the late Chris Gibson and is treasured for that reason. Any informa- tion would be welcomed at the Bowman Arts Centre, call 327- 2813. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL "THE ADAMS THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY LABOR CLUB CORNfft 2nd AVf. and 11th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday and Saturday "THE LINEMEN" "Members and Their Invited Frontier Room EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL presents "DELICIOUS SPECIALTIES You're Sure To Enjoy" CAESAR SALAD for 2 ................2.50 El RANCHO HOUSE PLATTER............3.50 A delicious combination of our Fried Chicken, Barbecued Ribs, and Spagetl, with Meat Sauce. EL RANCHO BEEF TENDERLOIN Eu 4.50 Tender cubes of Marinated Beef, Tomato, Green pepper and Mushrooms, on c skewer, served with leasoned rice. HUET OF SOLE, AIMONDINE............3.95 STEAK and LOBSTER 7.50 A 7 oz. Boneless Sirloin and an 8 or. Lobster Tail served with drawn butter. For a SPECIAL DESSERT made at your table BANANA'S FLAMBE (for 2) ............2.50 CREPE SUZETTE (for 2) ................2.50 CHERRIES JUBILEE (for 2) ..............2.50 SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU Dancing Every Saturday Evening 4 4 paramount NOW SHOWING AT "FACT OR FICTION" paramount cinema WHAMODNTHOTHES ASD IKSENT ALEC HITLER TOE LUST TEN DAYS St NOW SHOWING MOVED OVER FOR ONE MORE WEEK MATINEE DAILY AT P.M. SEE IT AGAIN AND AGAIN t with ThflT PAMHY KIDS 75c ANYTIME EVENINGS AT 7 10 9.25 P.M. college cinema NOW SHOWING AT fM. CUNTS BACK AND HE'S MAD SO HE CLEANS UP THE TOWN! RESTMCTED ADULT A COMWW PPOOUCJW green acres drive-in TONITE and SATURDAY One man atone understood the savagery ADULT CHARLES BRONSON in NIT NO 2 'YOUNG BILLY YOUNG' GATES OPIN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW f-M, ;