Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Lieutenant Schuster's p.m.. Ch. 13. A policeman's widow to find out who killed him and whether he was on the take. MOVIE DRAMA "Billy 12 midnight, 7. An 18th century shipboard conflict between a naive seaman and a sadistic master-at-arms. MOVIE DRAMA: "Bridge on the River 12 mid- night, Ch. 13. A World War H drama about a battalion of British prisoners of war working on a "death railroad" in the jungles. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. t. The California An- gefe meet the Tigers at Detroit. SPORT: Hydroplane Grande Prix, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. High- lights of the International Hydroplane Regatta at Ottawa, taped July 7-6. SPORT: Wide World of Sport, p.m., Ch. 13. Auto racing and U.S.-Russia wrestling are featured. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs an listed by tht Radio and Television Stations. Any variation In program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not Bofmbility of The Lethbridge Herald. if CHEC Moriey McGill end Allan Bell Contemporary Contemporary Spoils; Leo Dow Farm News; Music Sunday Mornings. imber FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier CHEC-FM SATURDAY (lews Buryl News Buryl Clarke 7-OS Buryl Clarke News Sports Buryl Clarke Buryl Clarke CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Red Whin, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Card. FRIDAY HICMV Jim Jim Elliot Probe 1220 SATURDAY 3JOO StMBallley Show World at six tM News Soccer Stan Ballley Show Jack Thys Bruce Bowie Show News, Wthr, Sports News MONDAY thru FRIDAY t a.m.-i2 noon Don McMaster 12 p m. Dell-O t p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedtnan 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY noon Don McMester p.m. and Encores Don Hedman t p.nv4 a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS t p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-1 p.m. The Gasthaus HAur (German program) M p.m. Don Hedman p.m-12 midnight Concerts, and Encores (Bob CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Run 5.00 BBC News World at Six 4-30 As It Happens Five Nights Week This Country In My Music the Morning (Pt. 1} Major _ Progression Time SATURDA Sounds Like Saturday Between" "'ourselves Notice Board Music West News 10.00 News, Sport, Wmr. The Glums From the Capitals Family This Country In the Morning Pt. 2) News Our Native Land 1.03 Saturday West I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again Ate Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district. readers. bi-monthly. 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American 9-.X KM Power Style Funky Phantom News io.X Udsvitle FRIDAY Password 5.X News News or Consequences Brady Bunch 7.X Odd Coowt 8.00 Room 222 Boxing 3.80 British Open GOH 4 x Reasoner Report Animal World S.X UJHe People Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E TTITLER, The Last Ten Days opens with shocking impact. The audience gasps as 'that face" appears on the dark screen. Now for those last days overlapping March-April 1945 and the drama of the bunker. What follows is a conscien- tious effort to capture the bun- ker hours as compression tank, an effort that unfortunately fails to be convincing. Adolph Hitler and his terri- ble nickc in history has been well documented. Now both ci- mena and TV are "rediscov- ering Similarly Benito Mussolini. The current British Italian film has been accused of at- tempting to humanize, to dis- cover the personality mixture in the man who sought to change the face of Europe. In the interpretation of Alec Guinness is seen only the meg- lomaniac. This is not the fault of Guineess but in a surprising- ly inept script, most improb- able lines. That Guineas does rise above it is a tribute to his understanding of this bizarre character. His eyes, as he greets his generals show a truly fantastic shift from reality. There are other his performance, yet one is in- variably forced to recall the Chaplin satire of The Dicta- tor. It is an uncomfortable sit- uation for those with memories of the terrible scale of wicked- ness of two decades. What creates interest is1 the documentary film which is in- terlaced. Presented in sepia- tone, much is of recent discov- ery. Yet this is a further dis- traction from the drama hi the bunker. And who are these people who are sharing those last hours? A few names (Keitel, EL RANCHO FRONTIER DINING ROOM Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialties served daily DANCING FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY EVENINGS Entertainment for your listening ovory Sunday! ALEC HOTEL Presents PHIL LETHBRIDGE IN THE SALOON TAVERN FRIDAY and SATURDAY I LABOR I CLUB FRIDAY AND SATURDAY COUNTRY BLUES and Their Invited DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE "DAVID KAYE SHOW" Tonight thru Saturday (NO COVER CHARGE) HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Tonight thru Saturday Presents "LAURIE BARDSLEY" HOTEL COftNEK 4th AVE. and Tlh ST. S. PHONE Crete, Goebbels, Bonnann) can be recognized. But bow did they come to these last moments? What of the doctors, cooks, sentries who staff this "Twi- light of tiie Gods" world: The camera stays remote even from Eva Braun in blackface and the macabre songs of Al Jolson. Adolfo Cell registers as Krebs, despite a lack (and this is general) of Germanic feeling. Simon Ward is the very pic- ture of Aryan youth yet is lost in the shuffle. And you may have difficulty in recognizing Eric Porter (of the Forsyte Saga) as Von Griem. The women are better serv- ed. Doris Kunstmann, in spite of that dreadful final line "Adolph, I never understood evokes something of Eva Braun, especially in a head- tossing dresser-topping pose that captures the real Eva and the style of the starlet of the thirties performances There are good from Diane Cil- ento and Barbara Jefford (Frau Goebbels) and a very special vignette from Angela Pleasance as a member of the Hitler Youth. But is one supposed to'gatfe er something from the hesita- tion in giving Bormann his cy- anide pill? Was that last cig- arette cigar supposed to be the prelude to suicide or mere- ly the relief of the addict re- leased from the oppression, not of the fuehrer but of his aver- sion to tobacco! REACTION: The United Kingdom's ABC chain of thea- tres refused to show Hitler, The Last Ten Days. Demonstrations have greeted its showing hi various cities and in West Germany a "grand opening" was scheduled for April the Fuehrer's sure- ly a new high in bad taste. However the film itself defeats the argument that it humanizes Hitler. It adds nothing to an understanding of the man or bis time. MAME: There is worth of wardrobe on Lucille Ball's back as she romps through the high fashions and low scandals of the movie ver- sion of Mame Miss Ball's wardrobe a thirty item trea- sury from Theodora Van Btm- kte goes from polka dot py- jamas to a trailing ermine coat, ted velvet pants suit to orchid organdy tea gown. Norah Rose who wfll star m the Lethbridge Musical Theatre production of Mame this fan may not have those high class threads but she is both better actress and finer singer than Lucy. Primarily noted for her concert stage work, she was a delightful addition to the Arts Council's summer production of The Boy Friend, a splendid ac- THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In flic AZTEC LOUNGE Song by "AL EARL in the CABARET THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY tress in the University Players' productions of Ulan For All Sea- The The Miser, and School For Scandal One joy oi the upcoming pro- duction is that Jean ton (as Vera, the role to be played by Bea Arthur in the movie) has finally got centre stage for her talents. Jean ap- peared with husband Jack as the singing dancing team in Showboat. Since then Jack has had the major breaks as ideal major roles presented them- selves in following productions, while Jean was to be found in a small character part of sing- ing lustily in the chorus Now watch Mrs. Warburton go! WELCOME BACK: The cof- feehouse organized by Hie Youth Exhibition Board for Whoop-Up Days. Lack of space was the problem last year, this com- ing week Y.E.B. has arranged for local talent not only to entertain but to pick up some nice prize money. Here's the line-up; Dave Moline (folksing- Jim Stuckart Bruce MacKay (folk rock group) Don Maesza (group comedy That's- Monday evening. Tuesday it's toe rock group of Stan Hartfelder. Wed- nesday; Sandra Carnine (hon- ky-tonk piano) Carla Van To! (variety act) Diana Lynne Mark Nelson (gui- tarist) John Sperling (folksing- Thursday; Vern Dor_ (Jazz combo) Carol Virtue (folk group) Collatte Gibb (folk Bob Onofrycbuck (gui- tar and vocals) and folksinger Scott Wolsey. The youngsters each have a half-hour set start- ing at p.m, each evening. Drop in, why don't you. AND: All the fun of the par- ade Monday morning. And the annual reminder don't just stood their, with (he bands. Have a special cheer too for that grand old man, Frank Hosek and his Commu- nity Band. They'll be on a float this year some of the youngsters are just too small to hack the long parade route. But as you watch just remem- j ber Mr. Hosek has been in every parade (missing only last year) since the end of the war. Not only that but he has only missed three Calgary Stampede parades since 1928. Let's hear it for Frank. Friday, July 13, 1973 THE UTKIRIDOI HMAlD Weekend show times PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Man'wbo Loved Cat Dancing" Last Complete Show Adult PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects- "Warm December" Last Complete Show Family Saturday Matinee Short Subjects "Warm December" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday aind Saturday Short Subjects- "High Plains Drifter" Last complete show Restricted Adult GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday "Butterflies are "Last of the Renegades" One Complete Adult Saturday "Carey Treatment" 9.45 "Every Crook and Nanny" One Complete Show Adult "REAL TREASURE" CAN BE YOURS Wdltt1. 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Starring Michael Caine, Trevor Howard, Curt Jurgens and Susannah York. Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. No matinee Saturday. TABER Sky Vue Drive-in "PETE TT TILLIE" In odor. Starring Carol Burnett and Walter Matthau. Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14. Friday show at pjn. Suitable for Child- ren. TABER Tower Theatre "FIVE FINGERS OF DEATH" In cokr. Friday, July IS. Shows at and 990 pjn. Adult Not Suitable for Children. No matmee'Satnrday. THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION V1MY LOUNGE-'Olnited Combo" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS KIDDIES PICNIC SAT., July 14th p.m. Research Station Grounds GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB ANNUAL SOMMERFEST Featuring: 2 BANDS FROM GERMANY Plus GIRLS DRILL TEAM FLOOR SHOW and DANCE SAT., JULY 14TH 8 P.M. EXHIBITION PAVILON Tickets ah OtD COUNTRY SAUSAGE SHOP, NORTHSIDE BAKERY, NORBRIDGE MEATS. MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS NOW SHOWING AT 760 f.NL paramount cinema ADULT NOT SUFTABIE FOR CHILDREN NOW SHOWING AT fM. FAMILY SATURDAY AT MATINEE college cinema LftM TONGHTond SATURDAY RESTRICTED ADUIT green acres drive-in TONIGHT and SATURDAY b Dr. ft Cmra Ml ADUIT BUTTERFLIES ABE FREE GOLDEHIM1 Hit Ne. 2 '1AST Of THE RENEGADES" In Color OATi OPEN 9 ONE COWnETE SHOW 9 SO P.M.