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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 7, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 __ ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: Columbo, p.m., Cli. 7. A nephew decides lo knock on his undo with a box of explod- ing cigirs. CRIME DRAMA: "The p.m., Cli. 13. A father admits to drowning his daughter but the D.A. has trouble proving that death resulted from murder. MOVIE WESTERN: "A Man Call 8 p.m., Cli. 13. Tony Franciosa as a rootless cowhand who becomes in- volved in a range war after signing with a woman rancher. ANTHOLOGY: Norman Convin Presents, b.m., Cli. 7. Tonight's play "You Think You've Got Troubles." CRIME DRAMA, "The 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A ruthless boollegger geLs his liquor from hundreds of stills operated by honest but frightened immigrants. MOVIE DRAMA: "A Prize of 12 midnigM, Ch. 7. Three men plan to steal the payroll from an army camp where troops are massing for a large-scale overseas operation. MOVIE DRAMA; 12 midnight, Cli. 13. An adaptation o[ Puskin's novel about a peasant uprising in 18th century Russia. SATURDAY SPORT: Lacrosse, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The New Westminster Ealmonbellies meet the Vancouver Burrards in the Senior A Western final. SPORT: Baseball, [i.m., Ch. 9. Chicago Cubs meet the Reds at Cincinnati. SPORT: Golf, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Third round action In tha Canadian Open from the Cherry Hill Club in Ridgeway, Ont. ANGLO'S Radio 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 is not the respon- sibility of the Herald ar Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centra. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Ncuicld FRIDAY NIGHY World ol six John WBlker Request Line John Charles CHEC Paul Tjssltr CHEC.FM CJOC SATURDAY Bury! ClBrk Show SATURDAY News Terry Vogt Wayni Barry News Wayne Barry Soccer Rtsultl News, Wthr, Sportl WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMasier Concern (Bob CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Consie) Don Don Hedman Sign Off FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run rv. e.00 World el Six As It Happens CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Let Tna People Replacement The News _______ _. From Capitals Morning Concert Five Nights a Week Corrcspenls Notice Bnerd International Solo Team Bringing Back the Canda 105 our Naliva Land Maple Music Opera Time Flags and Ice Cream Fulure SATURDAY 3 Eye _Qpener IrJenllllei CLCC CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly _ Weather Half Hour p.m. Duane Meyers Major News Major News News Iron Doug Gossen Obsrg John Malakoff Carol Sears This Summer Take a SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All Sizes and 11" Portable TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Pholopiaphic Cent el 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6923 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Tommy Hunter Fireball XL-E Truth or The Untouchables Spldermnn Consequences News (cl Marine Boy Lei's Make a Deal Telepro'jo 7 Cant. Scarlet Teteprobo 7 Slampeda High- 11-30 Tumbleweed Movie: lights Lncrossa Short- Fuse A Prlw Golf Pertormers fr) of Arms 4-Q3 Wrestling Norman Corwin 5ATURDAT World CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY Bewitched Hogan's Heroes News' Mcvio: Tha Temper) SATURDAY Ne' Beat the Clock Story Thealra The D.A Movie: News ond FHendl Slflmpede Go Round Underdog Stampede Races Salman Red Fiiher (c) Sporfs Dinesi Movie: Halarl ic) Art Instrucllo Tennis Wide World of Sports News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) Thought for Day MAD Called Gannon stampede Break'- FBI fast 7! FRIDAY SATURDAY News CGF Telocoursn News (c) Harlem O'Hnra (c) Globelroflera (c) Movie: Hair Dear Bunch T8A BiCO Pehblcs AH in the Family Arclile Night Gallery Snbrlna News (c) Josle and Pusjycala Tonlghl Show Tha Monkces Hca Hsw KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 {Cablevision Ch. 11) You Are Thsri Children's Film Festival (c) Baseball Tennis Danger Is My Business (c) FRIDAY Password News (c) News Movie: AAilchlesi (c) Odd CoupU Love Amirlcan r-lyiff (c) Newi Kopy Kafs Movlfl; PleBSfl Don't Eat Daises SATURDAY News Jerry Lewis Roan Runner Funky Phanlom Jackson 5 Bewitched Linwllla (c) Curloslly Shop Jonny Quest Lancelot Link American Bandstand Roller Gomel TBA Amarlcan Adventure Golf Wlda World of Sporti Marty Feldman Comwy Joau Walerfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E BBIlBilliiilllSllillM 50 YEARS LATEH: AclresE Mary Astor'i career began in 1922 at the age ol 13 and her final movie, by her own choice was Hush, Hush, Sweet Char- lotte. In the thirties the revelation ot her personal diary almost wrecked that career and pro- vided a field day for the "yellow press." That she survived Uie head- lines is a remarkable tribute to her worth as actress and woman, and this and other volatile Incidents were covered with honesty and wit in her biography My Story. Now available is her latest book A Life on Film, required reading for any movie buff. Miss Aslor is a very good writer and her book gives a picture of true professionalism, insight into the acting tech- niques of many famous play- ers from Barrymorc to Bogart and witty comment on the whole Hollywood scene. It should be an essential part of any drama-film library. MAILBAG: Thames for letters especially to my PHANTOM PHAN .and to all who wrote or called regarding Bill Fruet repb'es set for next week's column. Meanwhile, get set for big Exhibition Days, comfortable siloes, a tew bucks and a happy heart will see you through. CHRISTOPHER Isherwood's Berlin Stories begat John Van Dv'Jten's play I am a Camera, which begat a success- ful movie starring Julie Harris, which begat a smash Broad- way musical, which begat the movie musical Call ret the best I have ever seen, up there with all-time favorite ELnging in the Rain. Picture it. A silenL screen, the credits flash up, the drums be- gin their tinny riff and an ob- scene face, wicked and clown- ish, opens its rouged mouth and shrills "Willkommen." Welcome to Berlin, 1931, to the Kit Kat Klub, and to the life-style of Sally Bowles, Isher- wood's winsome and wanton heroine. And what a Sally. Liza Win- nclli is stunning Fanny Brice, Carole Lombard. Mar- lene DTetrich rolled into one great 'een-fingemailecl pack- age, pushing her hopes, dreams and pleasure past practical limits, wanting it all, breaking her heart and growing into wo- manhood with insouciant gallan- try. And thank heavens someone had the good sense to retain Joel Grey from his Broadway success without the argument that he is not a "movie name." Grey, the brilliant emcee, is chorus lo the present decadence and the future horror o! the declivity of Germany. Director Bob Fosse choreo- graphs Cabaret with passion and subtle values, intercut- ting the often hilarious yet sad, sleazy atmosphere of the Kit Kat, the bestial taint of Nazi- ism and the lyrical love story of Sally and Brian. The music is perfectly mated lo the story, ranging from the very funny "Money" to the chilling "Tomorrow Belongs To Me" sung to a mounting Seig Heil rhythm by a classically Aryan youth. And Minnelli and Grey are surrounded and supported by perfect performances from Michael York Helmut Griem, the bi-scxual baron, Marisa Berenson and Fritz Wepper, the young Jewish lovers. To be honest Cabaret is not everybody's glass of Liefrau- milch. You'll love it or you'll hate it. But quaff deeply and you will emerge with a devastating and unique movie experience. Liza Minnelli is now making a movie with director-father Vincent based on the life of Zelda, unhappy wife of Scott Fitzgerald and co-star Michael York, first seen in Zeffirelli's Taming of the Shrew has just completed England Made Me and will head for Hollywood to slar with Peter Finch and Sir John Gielgud in Los Horizons. This has been a great week for movies. The latest Jolm Wayne opus is Kipling's "If" gone western with the Duke losing his hired hands to gold fever and heading up a cattle drive with a ramuda of young'uns recruiled (willingly) Passport Photos Condld HtoUlngi.- Picture Framing Photo Supplies A. L CROSS STUDIO Phone 3JB-01M 710 3rd An. S. Phone 32B.0223 Loyal Order of Moose SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, JULY 8th 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL Music by SWING KINGS FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS "WATERLOO" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) presents "LIFE" WITH WES KUCHERAN DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE 7'P.IDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES p.m. to a.m. FULLY LICENSED from the local schoolhouse. The Cowboys, ages nine to 15, lake everything, weather, rustlers, broncs, cattle can dish out and grow to manhood on the trail. It's all quite delightful; Wayne Is his usual staunch crusty self, the kids are nat- urals, the scenery breathtaking and there's a gorgeous per- formance from ROSCM Lte Browne as the black cook-cum- philosopher. The only disappointment in a movie of very considerable charm is the bloodletting end- ing. Real is Real but the pubescent posse belong in a by- gone fantasy world that v.'ould have been served belter by a happier conclusion. WITCH SWITCH: Angela Lansbury who has played many a seamy role in her career (the slut in the Picture of Dori- an Grey won her an Oscar) is appearing here in her first mu- sical since the Harvey Girls 25 years ago. In the current Walt Disney production Bedknobs and Broomsticks she is a bumbling amateur witch required to pre- vent the Nazi invasion of Bri- tain, spirit three youngsters aboard a brass bed to the is- land of Naloombu and cavort with a terrible-tempered lion, a seagoing bear and a cigar- smoking codfish. It's quite an assignment and the results are not quite as classy as Mary Poppins. Angela Lansbury is a person- al favorite and she doesn't quite capture the delicious daffyness o[ Bewitched Aunt Clara (the late Marion Lome) but it's all good fun and there's fine sup- port for the magical meander- ings from David Tomlinson, Roddy McDowell and the very funny Bruce Forsythe. Footnote: Adults and young- sters stayed away in droves from Living Free but are hap- pily buying Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Which would ar- gue the polarization of movie tastes violence and voy- eurism on the one hand fantasy on t'other, where's the place of a charming real- ism? THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In LOUNGE Songi end Piano ttylings by "NATE STRONG" In the CABARET "THE SAINT" from CALGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY EVERYONI ADMITTED FREE if FRIDAY ALL LADIES ADMITTED FREE summer drum school OLDS TOCJmniL SCHOOL, July 30 fi Jtugost 19 for lali fains, adults md fiachen PRODUCTION-ORIENTED: Directing Speech Heading the staff of nolcd eyperls: Robert Armstrong, former speech specialist and Professor ol Drama ot the Guild Hall School of Music and Drama In England. Paddy English, outstanding director and teacher Irom B.C. Phillip Silver, onn of Canada's outstanding set ricbignnrs, msidenl at the Citadel Tnrntre in Edmonton and designer for professional open compinlei on tlit west CM it. Design Acting Creative Drama FEE, Intruding and tuition 5115.00 Please submit ipplicitlons is won u possible to avoid dninpolnIntent. [or OKnlanMnry booklft and application forms, write Division, Cultural Development, Dcpt. of Culture, Youth and Recreation, nth Floor. CN Towar, Edmonton. HJ OKI Liberia CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION Leg-hold animal traps to remain CALGARY (CP) Because of enforcement difficulties, leg- hold animal traps only be banned in Alberta as a "last says Dr. Allan War- rack, lands and forests minis- ter. The Canadian Association for Humane Trapping had present- ed a brief to the minister call- ing for the abolition of leg-hold traps where instant-kill traps could be used. Dr. Warrack agreed the leg- hold trap i-j cruel but "the question Is what to do about it." "f don't rccUy get Into the emotional side of things too he said after watching a film of animcls caught la such traps. FOUND IN WATER Nearly all species of algae are aquatic. I k CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBRuOtfS L FRIDAY and SATURDAY k "ANYTHING GOES" 4 Members and Invited Guests! 4 k Members a Today's Showtlmes PARAMOUNT Friday and Satnrday Short Subjects "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Cabaret" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Z P G" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Satnrday Short Subjects "Cowboys" Last Complete Show f.REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Gunfight" "New Leaf" One Complete Show SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATSfltff CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "LITTLE BIG Technicolor. Starring Dustin Hoffman and Canadian Indian Chief Dan George. Fri- day and Saturday, July 7 and 8. Friday shows at and p.m. Suitable for Children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre Walt Disney's "SONG OF THE Technicolor. Friday and Saturday, July 7 and 8. Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "LADY AND THE TRAMP'' In Techni- color. Friday. Saturday and Sunday, July 7, 8 and 9. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In color. The most beloved story ot all time. Friday and Saturday, July 7 and 8. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Salurday at p.m. Family. TABER Skyvue Drive-In "THE LONG color. Starring Yul Brynner and Trevor Howard. Friday and Salurday, July 7 and 8. Friday show, cartoon starts at p.m. Adult, TABER Tower Theatre "MURPHY'S color. Sinning Peter O'Toole and Sean Philips. Friday, July 7 shows at and p.m. Suitable for Children. Special Saturday afternoon matinee at p.m. "CHALLENGE FOR ROBIN color. Family. AH seats 50c. PARAMOUNT CINEMA end p.m. THE TIME IS TOMORROW AND THERE'S NO TIME LEFT Starts Tomorrew 2 shows "ZERO POPULATION GROWTH" Oliver Reed Don Gordon Diane Cilento Millen by Ma< Ekiich and Funk DeFeMla Pioduced by Thomas F. Mutgsn Kreclcd by Michael Camfnjs. Muse- Hrfge h CcJw Positively Ends Tosiite 'CABARET' IM COLOR wilh UZA MINNELl, KIDS 75c ANYTIME PARAMOUNT TODAY and SAT. al and p.m. FAMILY ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE TONITE and SAT. ot and p.m. Pictures (MEfimtltlDU HIT NO. 2 Johnny Cain Kirlc Douglai ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GRJENACRES TONITE ond SAT. Golos Open 9 p.m. Ono Complelo Show 10 p.m. ;