Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
8 THE LFTHBRIDCt HERALD Tueidoy, July II, 1972 (TV mGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY SPECIAL: Days Parade, p.m., C'h. 13. Tlie annual Lethbridge Exhibition parade. Commentators ma Stan Bales ar.d Pal. Cole. 60 mill. VARIETY: Good Times, p.m., Cli. 7. Selections In- clude "This is Your Life" by Catherine McKinnon and "It had to be by Jim Roberts. COMEDY: Mary Tyler Moore, p.m., Cli. 7. Some mothers will go to any lengths to get their kids in the lime- light. Like Phyllis, who preys on Mary's good nature lo get her daughler's essay published. DOCUMENTARY: Islam. p.m., 7. "Islam and the West'1 traces the Moslem influence throughout Chris- tian Eurnpn from the Dili to the 16th century. MOVIE MUSICAL: An American In Paris, p.m., Cli. It. Gene Kelly dances to Gershwin tunes in this highly- acclaimed musical made in 1051. Leslie Caron, Oscar Lev- ant. 2 lirs., 30 mill. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: A Woman of Distinction. p.m., Cli. 7. The woman dean of a college feels she has no Lime for romance. Ray Milland, Rosalind Russell. 1950, 90 min. MOVIE DI1AMA: All (he Way Home, p.m., Cli. 13. Siory of a shy seven-year-old boy whose small world Is shattered by the death of Ms father, Robert Preston, Jean Simmons. 90 min. How others view candidacy of McGovern LONDON (AP) Opinions ot George McGovern vary as much abroad as they do in the United Slates. Some see him as a saviour, others as a radical isolationist. Many say he has no chance at all to win election as United States president, while others contend that win or lose against President Nixon in November, the 49-year-old senator from South Dakota is bring I n g change to the U.S. Most opinion of the Demo- cratic challenger comes in the form of newspaper editorials; few government leaders are willing to speak out on the U.S. presidential race, at least at this stage. But one leader has. Premier Giuli Andreotti of Italy assailed McGovern in a speech to the Senate in Rome. "One thing I don't like about McGovem's Vietnam program is his promise to get out of j Vietnam Andre- I olti said. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings I She s a Pngrami Lit lilted by thi radio and televlilon notions. Any variation In program ichedulo ii due to lait- minuhi change! .by jho i patriot above all Photographic Ccnlrp, CHEC Hogcr Channon willi Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGiU Conlemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Nereid J Dm Kin? WEDNESDAY 7.00 Jar.k 5 M Buryl Clark: CJOC Jim Elli Checllr. Leo Dan Show John Oliver 3.00 Dave King TUESDAY NIGHT World al jlx John Walk-r John Chares 12.30 Terry Vogl WEDNESDAY CBC News and Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Weolher and Sports News and Grain Prices if CHEC FM if News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don MacMasler l-on5iej Concert! (Boo Don MacMas'er CBR ir Radio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY NIGHT Rupert's Lard Rock Provincial Aftal Den Hedipan a.m. Sign-Off AJ II Happens flroa Tuesday Nlgm TuSy'wght 9iip Slide WEDNESDAY Rsdio Nonn Stock Market He" Hnliriav Houoay Home Run Ne News, Sporfs, Wrfir Eye Opener From Ihe capitals This Couniry Five Nights a Wsek Time Siqna. Youth Music Naiioru World nt Six CLCC CtCC Broadcosta over Coblevision Ch. 7 Monday Ihru Friday News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Dave Oberg Malar News Malor Major News John 7 00 Carol Sears Duanf Meyerj Doug Gossen LONDON (Router! ly blonde Wendy Fisher, clad only in a bikini, showed up at the residence of British rrimc minister Heath recent- ly and offered him her hand in marriage. It is Wendy's solution lo Britain's economic problems. Her theory is that if Heath, a bachelor, had a happy mar- riage, he would be better equipped to tackle worrying affairs of state such as the present monetary difficulties. "For the benefit of my country, I willingly offer you myself in 25-year- Ue added that Ills own feel- ing is that "certain international issues take time to be settled." SEES HANDICAP ____ The Economist, an independ- ent British weekly, writes of McGovcrn: "ID's commitments on ending the war in Vietnam and with- drawing American forces from Europe, as well as his ill-de- fined defence policies, will cause apprehension among many of America's allies. But he is no more a bogeyman than he is a messiah. That both labels have been hung around his neck by members of his own party will be a handicap, perhaps an insup- portable one." The Times, independent Bri- tish daily newspaper, says part of McGovcrn's program is "going to be more than many Democrats can swallow" in- cluding the call for "an immed- iate and complete withdrawal from Vietnam without making any stipulation about the pris- oners. "It is extraordinary that any serious political party could commit itself lo a posi- tion so politically and diplo- matically unrewarding. From Ihe point of view of winning voles let alone Irom (he point of view of the men must be a political mistake to make so large and unnecessary a concession. Mr. McGovern has said that to get the prisoners back he would rather beg than bomb. It should be possible for an American government to negotiate without resorting lo cilhcr of Ihesc extremes." In West Germany, Ihe Frank- furter Itundschau, conserva- tive, says. "McGovern is part of one of the most menacing of contem- porary phenomena: The turning of people inward on their own problems. Menacing because one cannot withdraw from the problems and bothersome tasks of international politics. They only come back more archly old Wendy said in her pro- I sometimes with ,alal con. posal letter, delivered per- sonally lo the prime minister's residence. But Heath, 56, was not at home. He taking part In a yacht race across the Eng- lish Channel. Later Wendy admitted she already had a boy-friend "but I am sure he will appre- ciate the need for this sacri- fice.'1 This Summer Take a SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All Sizes and 11" Portable TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and Pkoloplapliic Centet 419 5th SI. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL FIRST JOHANNESBURG. South Af- rica (AP) The ciLy council lias approved the opening of Jo- hannesburg's first sidewalk cafe for a trial period of one year. CJOC-TV Chonncl 7 (Cablcvision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT i C5 Truih cr Cense- 1-00 News 'O 12-00 Klondike Days Hl- 7 Litcs (c) Stampede McHales Navy jry Mcor WEDNESDAY 2S Farm if.- 05 Mr if) pi-irndlv Gifl-.f Chei Hflcne n. CO Seiame Slreel pr Tow 30 of CFCN-TV Lcthbridgo Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) TUESDAY MIGHT Family Affair Day A.CO (c) WhLco-Up Parade Beat Ihe Clock Mavie: All Ihe Homr What's, ine Goorl Edtfic'l f-'afncr fi.DO Welhy Firsl and Ten 9 30 Ian oaslei IQ in Th" PcnuaJeri fc) 55 N 11.71 All A 11-30 Pierre Berlcn David Frost WEDNESDAY (or Da, 1.3d Rupert Benr Ann'her World Fasfiion in Sewing Ynu Can Ycqa (c) Do H; Ic) Itched lily Affair KRTV Greof Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUFSDAY NIGHT fl ,1 r.nr-n'i flliin 1 r.TA-oHftr KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Mows Gami nr.v.f. Cflf.l HPWS .10 fifinfld R Dmnh'-. Plirn (c) 1-fiO S'rrrl Slorm 7 :fi I, B .IT Jitk LflLnnns Lllc lo f P tv Andre f lei i Ni KJ J S 11 r U. id.lo 11 W All fhildrnn II oral (c) .'I 00 Th Today's Showtimes PARAJIOUXT Short Subjects "War Between Men and Women" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Play it Again Sam'' Last Complete Show 9.J5 COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-I.V Closed Tonight sequence. Isolationism is im- possible." SOVIET CRITICIZES In the Soviet Union, Pravda, newspaper of the Communist party, assails McGovern for not giving concrete proposals for reducing U.S. military expendi- tures. It adds. "The party's domestic politi- ral program is also inconsis- tent. It does not go beyond some partial bourgeois re- forms." Quest France, middle-ot-the road French newspaper, says: "Nixon will face an attractive and clearly reformist political duo. If the deep current which enabled McGovern to convulse h's party really reflects the changes in the U.S.. a tidal wave is not excluded" in Nov- ember. Says L'Humanite, French Communist paper: "The nomination of such a man by the Democratic con- vention shows how deeply American public opinion is con- scious of the necessity for a poli- tical shift." Asahi Shimbun in Japan says: "Whatever the result of the November election, McGovern has already made a great con- tribution to the United Stales by clarifying the crucial prob- lems that the U.S. now faces and has to solve. The develop- ments up to his nomination show that the U.S. has re- newed political energies to tide over the difficulties." YOUR PHILIPS DEAtER WITH SERVICE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV JACK'S RADIO AND TV 30? 13ih si. N. GULP The hoi balmy weather in Saskalchewon last her brood come rain or shine. Here she is greeted wilh week may have sent most people to their favorile beach open-moulhed enthosiasium by her offspring al the sum- I or collage to relax, but Mrs. Robin is kept busy feeding mer quarters in the Saskatoon area. Tribute to Luther King part of Banff festival BANFF (CP> A multi- media tribute to Hie memory of Martin Luther King, assassi- nated civil rights crusader, will open this year's Banff Festival of the Arts which begins Aug. 13. Produced by Canadian Nor- bert Yesak, Espying, written by Milton, H. Williams, mil in- volve students of ballet, voice- opera, drama, music, photo- graphy and theatre arts who are studying in the summer di- vision of the school of fine arts. This year's second annual week-long festival features the work of Canadian writers, sing- ers, composers, actors and dancers. In Espying Mr. Vesak dem- onstrates his mulli media ap- proach to theatre, a part of his special course at this summer's lession. He recently received interna- :ional acclaim for his ballet, The Ecstacy of Rita Joe, writ- ten by Vancouver playwright George Ryga for the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. TJsrhaps Canada's most noted playwright, Mr. Ryga will pre- miere a new play Sunrise on Sarah, commissioner for the festival's Aug. 17 program. Director Thomas Peacocke ;ays of Sunrise on Sarah, 'George Ryga applies his spe- cial poetic insight into the h.uman condition as he views it in today's terms." A musical happening called Do You Ever Lislcn, aimed at shewing audiences how lo lis- len lo and enjoy musical per- formances, will be featured at the Aug. 15 afternoon program. The musical novelty is ar- ranged by Luigi Zaninelli, com- poser in residence at the Banff centre and the University of Calgary. Al Purdy, Canadian prize- winning poet will hold a poetry reading Aug. 17, assisted by five students. The festival will also include Norbert Vesak's non narra- tive ballet, Butterflies Can't Live Here Anymore, as part of the evening of dance pro- gram Aug. 18. Man of La Mancha, the musi- cal version of Cervantes' Don Quixote, directed by Irene Prothroe from the drama de- partment of University of Bri- tish Columbia, will be featured Aug. 15 and 19. The opera Dierdre, by Cana- dian composer Healy Willan, recitals by the school of fine arts trio, youth orchestra, chamber chorus and a chil- dren's orchestral program are part of the festival's musical offerings featuring the school's summer students. A drama workshop Aug. 13 will feature selections from Shakespeare, James Reany, two original plays, scenes from comedies, a poetry reading and a number of vignettes. The festival closes with a pro- gram of Canadian films select- ed by Miroslav Malik, instruc- tor in media theatre and his- tory of cinema at the Univer- sity of Calgary, who heads the film malting, television and radio production course at the school this summer. Festival performances will be held in the centre's two theatres, the Eric Harvie theatre, and the 250- seat experimental Margaret Greenham theatre. No go for fido BRISBANE. Australia (Reu- ter) Ilitching-posls dogs have been installed on the beachfront at the Queensland resort of Mooloolaba where by- laws forbid dog-owners to take their pels on the sand. Too many .fans drive Bob away TORONTO fCP) FoUt mu- sic's Bob Dylan turned up un- announced at the Mariposa Folk Festival Sunday but was driven away by a mob of overly-enthu- siastic fans. Dylan, who had Intended to perform, was walking toward a stage set up on Toronto Island when he fans rushed at him. Security guards hustled Dylan into a cordoned-off area behind a steel fence and kept the fans away for 15 minutes until a pri- vate launch arrived to take the international star back to mainland. Dylan and Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot were among a number of well known perform- ers who showed up during the three-day event. Joni Mitchell, who rarely sings at concerts these days, had joined her friend Murray McLauchlan to sing a few songs during his performance. GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. Closed Tonight Rarely-performed Shaw higlili glits lake festival o r? SOUTHERN ALBERT, THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CHnOMK AND HOT I.KATIIKir In color. SUirrinR Willi.im Smilli. I'rlcr Brown ;nul Kathy Dminian Tncs- Wednesday. .Inly m nnd Tiicsrlay show al. p.m. Adult Sinlahlo lor Children.' FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "H.Vn-.'flf.firt" In mini- .Slm-iiiR Hod Siciprr Tiir.vln.v July in an'l Tiif.vflny p in. Adull. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DIAIIY OP A MAD IIOUSIOWIFK1' In rolnr. RtnrrinR Ilichnrrl Benjamin and Carrie Snodfirass. Tuesday, July in. Show at p.m. Hcstrieled Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THi; In Technicolor. SmrrinK Arlliur Hill and K.'ile lieid. Tucxiav, .luly 111. Shows al and p.m. By VICTOR STANTON KIAGARA-ON T1TE LAKE. Ont. (CP) The Shaw Festival inlreduced some rarely-done Sunday night with the rea- sons why it is rarely done much in evidence. The production of Getting Married, flic 23rd play by ieorpe Bernard Shaw the festi- val has presented in ils 11-year histoiy. is almost guaranteed capacity audiences throughout ils run. The play runs in repertory with Misalliance, the season's olhcr .Shaiv pby M'hich opens V.'edncsd.-iy niglil, lo Sept. 3. A festival spokesman said Sunday bolh plays already nrc "all hut sold out" for all performances. The 1372 season began June 12 with the festival's first Ameri- can play, The Royal Family by George Kaufman and Edna Fer- ber, which played tn 91-pcr-ccnt capacity for its run of 35 per- formances. Shaw himself tagged Getting M a r r i c d as "a disquisitory play.'' which is neither fish nor fowl in Ihe realm of theatre. And the Shaw Fcslival produc- tion direcled by Paxlon White- hcatl. Ilie f c s t i v a I '.s artistic [lirrclor. flid nol shape it inlo eilhr-i drnwiin'Toom comedy or farce although it has olc.nicnls ol both. KlvSKMni.KS SKMINAH II is a discourse on marriage, a Inlkathon among 12 persons that occasionally sparkles with wil hut. slill resembles a sociol- ogy seminnr. Shaw wrole the plav In re- sponse crilicisin Ihiit his plays were all lalk and liltlc arlion, creating n work o rs- emplify those characteristics to the letter. In addition to first-night rag- gedness, a set that was attrac- tive hut with poor sightlines for many in the audience and occa- sional sloppy direction that didn't counter the set's short- comings, the production was marred by some extravagant overacting and a number of stereotype performances. The production's faults are most glaring in the second half, when the wit of the author loses its humor and the aclors try lo supplement the loss by forcing laughs through contrivances. i [WEDNESDAY and FOR LAUGHTER'. MOD DOCTORS, COD PATIENTS, CUTE NURSES AND "THE CARRY ON GANG" ADULT Carr SECOND FEATURE FAMItY ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and WED AT ond P.M. JACK LEmmON-BAR8AM HAWKS fTHSUMR BETWEEN AND WOMEN" JASON ROBAftDS "It's still the same old story, a f ifjlit for love and glory.'" ATlf Adult Not Suilablt For Children MRAMOUOT CINEMA 4lh AVE ft 8lh ST 3276100 TONIGHT and WED. at and p.m. FAMILY COLLEGE Tonight thru Thuis. nl and p.m.