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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tue.day, July 13, 1971 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD 5 The Music Box iTV. HIGHLIGHTSi TUESDAY SPORTS: All-Star Baseball, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: The 42nd All-Star Game, featuring players from the National and American Leagues, at Tiger Stadium in Detroit. MOVIE: What a Crazy World, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: A 1963 English musical about a young cockney and his girl friend. With Joe Brown and Susan Maugham. MOVIE: Something Wild, 7 p.m., Cli. 11: Carroll Baker stars in a 1901 drama of the mental ordeal of a rape victim. MOVIE: Bell, Book anil Candle, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: A pub- lisher moves into a flat above a curio shop run by two witches. Stars Kim Novak and James Stewart. VARIETY- Val Docnican, 9 p.m., Cli. 13: Guests tonight include Leslie Uggams, satirist Dudley Moore and the singing New Seekers. DOCUMENTARY: Australians, p.m., Ch. 7: A pro- file of Australians who now make their home in Toronto. INTERVIEW- Pierre Berton, p.m., Ch. 13: David Stewart one-time policeman, engineer apprentice and RAF officer, tells how he became an instant hypnotist. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Destiny of a Spy, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Lome Greene stars in a 1969 drama of a retired Russian agent involved in a plot to destroy a British anti-radar system. With Rachel Roberts. CHILDREN: Drop-In, p.m., Ch. 7: A lightheaded history of the Canadian West by actors Tommy Tweed and Don Harron. King of the jazz piano Judgment iappeal I'UBLISIIEIl DIES DETROIT (API Mrs. George Slocum, former owner of the Automotive News, died Friday alter a long illness. iet TORONTO (CP) From a stage setting that features dark shadows and sophistica- tion, the tuxedo-clad Oscar Peterson Trio weaves a musi- cal spell that gives a Carnegie Hall atmosphere to a dingy bar-room interior. Deep in concentration, Mr. of the all-time masters of the jazz manages to shut out the clanging of cash registers and the clinking of whisky glasses and live in a world where musical perfection is a must. Ever-smiling, the Montreal- born Mr. Peterson roams over the keyboard of a grand piano creating an exciting deluge of "instant musical creation" that is the product of his im- provisation. And bassist George Mraz and percussionist Louis Hayer provide a subdued but sympa- T LI Trimbles TV. Program, qr. by the radio and shedule! is due to insi- me -..d i! not the responsibility of the OSCAR AT THE KEYS Montreal-born Oscar Peterson, one of the all-time masters of the jazz piano, plays with bassist George Mraz during a recent appearance at a Toronto nightspot.________________________ Hefafd or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour, Weather on the half hour iSHlC Ron Legge Show News cjoc i TUESDAY NI6HT News, Weather 6-00 World at 3lx Rob Ingram phone Bill Show John Walker .O.og Wayne Barry CBC News Richard Gordon Big Country wiltl Mike Murry J-OO Richard Gordon News Slocks News and Grair Prices 1-05 Jim Elliott Party Line Matinee Rob Ingram World at Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Bob Cenci Norm Gregory Major News Major News Mike Murry Don Hedman Major News McMaster CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Sir Adrian BD 12-03 Music Past Midnight WEDNESDAY Eye Opener SIS 8'S wSfd at 8 e TUESDAY NIGHT World at Six Reilli Lectures Classically Cdn Tuesday Nigii loiso Theatre Max Ferguson Gerusst Morning Concert Matinee 12'03 Radio Noon 1-15 Afternoon Holiday Matinee 3-03 Afternoon Concert BBC News News Stockholm movie master thinking about retiring tlco "showplace" for their hand Icadcrs's talents. But it definitely doesn't hap- pen by accident. As a boss, Mr. Peterson will he the first to admit he's not an easy man to work for. "To be quite truthful, I ex- pect a lot. It's a responsibil- ity. I've had occasion to be a listener when a group was sloughing off. I don't let that happen around here. But they enjoy it. It's challenging." Mr. Peterson, 45, stys he feels no temptation to modify his style to suit popular de- mand or to play the music of today mereli' for audience ap- peal. I think because classical things have been integrated into jazz it does not make a jazz player a classical musi- cian. And by the same token if some rock 'n' roll has been integrated into jazz it doesn't make jazz rock 'n' roll." Mr. Peterson said "It's hard to say which way jazz is going. Its been an influence on people in the rock field, perhaps that is its next bust- out point. Happily the kids were influenced by jazz and blues." BOUGHT PIANO Mr. Peterson's highly disci- lined approach to jazz was instilled in him at an early age. His father, a sleeping-car porter, decided "as early as I can remember that I was going to be a musician. I was playing cornet in the family orchestra when I was five and h.s made up his mind I had talent. He went right out and bought a piano. He must have gone without things to pay for it. From that time on my sis- ter and I else." KIU.ICU BY HURRICANES Between 1900 and 1909, at least Americans were killed by hurricanes. PEACE RIVER (CP) An appeal has been launchec against a recent indgment lha' the Provincial Wildlife Act has no jurisdiction on Indian re- serves. Mr. Justice W. A. Sinclaire rulde here to uphold a judg- ment by Judge B. 0. Barker of High Prairie in a case of traf- ficking in big game against Charles Cardinal of the Sucker Creek Indian reserve. Cardina1 was arrested by a wildlife officer last fall for sell- ing moose meat. Mr. Justice Sinclaire's ruling said in effect that the onus was on a wildlife officer to determine whether the meat sold was shot off a reserve. The ruling would give Indians the right to sell meal shot on reserves. COLLEGE CINEMA STARTS ______ TOMORROW ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN 2 Shows at and p.m. One bottle... One gold mine- One woman... (atatime) and... One more train to rob. Georee STOCKHOLM (Heuter) Swedish movie director Ing- mar Bergman, acknowledged for the last two decades as one of the medium's masters, is thinking of retiring. "I plan to go on, if God is willing and my pants hold, for another couple of years, to Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 31411 th St. S. 327-2396 CAR CARE SPECIAL OVtR MlltS? FOR SAFETY'S SAKE DRIVE IN FOR Ife BRAKE RELINE 29 .95 AUARANTEED 24 months or miles Heline and install bonded brake linings Chock wheel cylinders Check master cylinder, brake hose, front bearings and seals KepackfronlwheelbeannCT LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 {Cablevision Ch. 6) Highlights TUESDAY NIGHT Baseball Vr-SnS Fie-0 Paul Hahn (c) Wildlife Unlimited Movie: Bell, Book The Feeling (c) and Candle (c) WEDNfcSDM Hollywood and ihe Farm Facts Di59ers Chez Helene Sesame Street Luncheon Date Movie: Baron of Arizona Meet Mullett -uo t-arm Take 30 Pinnochjo and Oi CFCN-TV Lelhb TUESDAY NIGHT Wynne's Pad I Dream of Jcani Kingo Bingo News Movio: Whal a Crazy World Nashville Norlh Val Doonican Barbira AAcNan Friendly Giant Spiderman (ridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) Today's Showtimes 'Song of Norway" Last Complete Show 'ARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 'Drama of Jealousy" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Lock Up Your Daughter" "Executioners" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Whip and Flesh" "Unkissed Bride" Complete Show hont AUN1VERSALPICTURE TECHNICOLOR' I AST TIME TONIGHT "LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS" and "THE EXECUTIONER" Concession mployees omplain CALGARY (CP) The tampede board has been re- eiving complaints from some oncession workers who say leir employers are forcing lem to pay all or part of the dmission fee to the Exhibition rounds. Ed O'Connor; president of the tampede, said the complaints ould be reviewed and next ear's contracts with conces- ion operators could stipulate vorkers would not have to pay le everytime they entered ie grounds. The Calgary Labor Council also lent i'.s support to the con- ession workers and issued a tatement saying some of them vere being exploited. "It is nothing for these ex- jloited people to work 10 to 12 wurs a day with no proper rest reriods and no overtime pay after nine hours work a day or 40-houiS a week." Executive secretary W. Y. Paterson of the labor council said many persons at the grounds are not aware of the S1.55-an-hour minimum wage for persons older than 18 years and ?l.40-an-hour minimum for those younger. He also said some female workers who are on the job mtil midnight are not supplied with transportation home and some children working at the 'rounds face similar situations. make four or five films and then retire and perhaps devote myself to experiment- ing for my own personal plea- he announced in a lecally-prcduced documentary about Ir.s life and work. The 53 year old director, who has just completed his first English-language film, said he went on making mov- ies because he enjoyed it. But he has been devoting an in- creasing amount of time to the theatre. Describing himself as a rel- atively inhibited shy and timid person, he thought his desire to make monies was connected with a need for con- tact with other people. CITES REASON Bergman said probably the main reason he continued making films was because the cinema was "a fantastic me- dium with which to touch other human beings, to reach them, to either annoy them or make them happy; to make them sad or to get them to think; to get them started emotionally.' Appropriately, his latest movie is entitled The Touch. As well as two members of Bergman's own troupe of ac- tors. Max Von Sydow and Bibi Anderson, it stars American Elliot Gould, whose perform- ances in Getting Straight and M.A.S.H. have brought him a reputation as one of the finest young film actors to emerge in recent years. Bergman described The Touch as an everyday story about a middle-class house- wife, married to a senior phy- sician, who lives in an ex- tremely sheltered, small-town environment. Into her life walks a rootless pers-in, an archeologist played by Gould, and her world is turned up- side down. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE OWL AND THE PUSSY CAT" In color. Starring Barbra Streisand and George Segal. Tuesday and Wed- nesday, July 13 and 14. Tuesday show at p.m. Re- stricted Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WATERHOLE NO. 3" In color. Starring James Coburn and Carol O'Connor. Tuesday, July 13. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "TOO LATE THE HERO" In color. Starring Michael Caine and Cliff Robertson. Tuesday, July 13. Shows at and p.m. Adult, Gel more out of life Take the family to 0 movie! POSITIVELY ENDS TONIGHT "It takes up where 'Sound of Music' I William Well Cue lasazina PHONE 71100 nDIVF-IN REEN ACRES UKIVt-in JUNCTION OF MAYOR MA6RATH-COUTTSJIGHWAY Plaza suite. Through its portals pass the world's most mixed-up mortals. Matinee Thurs.-Fri. Saturday at p.n 11-00 News in Conversation Stampede Go-Round 17-30 Party Game (c) Movie: Destiny of 3 spy Famous Jury Trials Another World (c) Trouble with Tracy Man Trap Boat the Clock Wynne's Pad News (c) 11C Pierre Berton Dangerrnan In Conversation WEDNESDAY Thought for Day News University of Air 11-30 Ed Allen KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT fl'OO Family Affair Another World TUESDAY. Niton i ot Nigh, Mannix News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our World Agrlcullure Today Show (c> Game News Somerset World Turns (c) Today bllOW (Cf lu.ou wui iu i 7-00 Today In Montana Our Lives (c) Conccnlrallon (c) The Doctors (c) Hillbillies