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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta has brain tumor Joan Waterfield Georgia Actress Susan who won the Award for best actress in 1958 for her role in I Want to has been taken to hospital with a brain friends of the family said. Actor finally gets good film role WHOOP-UP DAYS at the NAVY and AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB LETHBRID6EUNITN0.34 JULY 20-12 NOON TO 8 P.M. DINING ROOM SPECIAL WIENERS and _ A. SAUERKRAUT 51 25 EACH............................ I Entertainment by Courtesy of St. Louis Furniture ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CANTEEN IN THE EVENING FOR MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS In a recent episode of Banacek the star was describ- ed as a combination of The Scarlet Humphrey Sherlock Holmes and the Green Hornet. Which doesn't say much for a par- ticularly banal series or the drmatic challenge to its leading actor George Pep- pard. Peppard who came to film and television with a sturdy stage reputation has been ill- served in recent years. So it's good report that in Newman's Law he has a role into which to sink his teeth and a vehicle that doesn't miss a trick to be in tune with the movie times. Offering somewhat better fiction than the overstretched truth of Serpico and Super gets off to a running start with Peppard THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Room Dave Gordon Duo Variety Men Vimy Lounge Dave Gordon Duo MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS ONLY Annual Legion Kiddies Picnic July 13-1 p.m. Research Station and his partner Roger Robinson making a narco bust and never flags to the final shoot-out. It all sounds like the mix- ture as before but director Richard Heffron steers away from artifice with his appreciation of the beauty of the Los Angeles the normalcy of frame houses and plush villas in contrast to the undertow of crime. It's a first class piece of commercial film-making transcended by top perfor- mances and finely proficient cameos Though initially Peppard's performance looks all surface it develops and has a core of iron that never wavers. There's real warmth too in the relationship with Robinson which allows that there can be affection between men without a dozen or so jokey little sequences to prove that they are And poignancy in Newman's visits to his invalid his gifts a candy bars for the batteries for a radio. The initial bust leads to the extradition of a major mafia chillingly played by Louis curves back to cops on the take and to the framing of Newman. The ac- tion at times but eventually into a stunning sequence of the shoot-out in a supermarket. And through it all Peppard is a strong presence controll- ing the film if unable to con- trol Newman's destiny. Stan- douts are Eugene Roche as Abe Vigoda as an archetypal mafia boss and Victor Cam- pos who partners Peppard in the closing sequences but in his brief appearance registers solidly. v If you are not yet weary of the honest cop caught in the squeeze situation chalk New- man's Law as one of the best of the genre. Playing the super ambitious district attorney in is Canadian actor Gordon Pinsent whose own leads off the CBC summer series of Canadian this Sunday. The film really makes it on television and should en- courage support of up-coming Canadian made The Appren- ticeship of Duddy Kravitz which has received rave reviews from the New York critics. Will of The Waltons who gives a splendid perfor- mance in Rowdyman is now part of a three-generation We make one in your size. TOYOTA COROLLA WAGON TOYOTA MARK II WAGON At a lime when huge cars don't make sense huge station wagons make even less sense What does make sense is the smaller station wagon And Toyota has one that's just your size. Your Size No. Corolla This is the wagon version of the Corolla that's made Toyota synonymous with quality and economy It's powered by a 1600 cc. 88 hp engine that posted over 25 mpg in the latest EPA gas mileage And while it's deceptively small on the out- side it's surprisingly big on the inside In unless you're crazy about lugging 4 x 8 ft. sheets of plywood everywhere you it could have all the room you need. for lots of sleeping water-ski equipment and all the stuff you take to the cottage. Your Size No. Corona To our way of thinking the all new Corona wagon meets the big car owner half way It has been re-designed and re-engineered to give you more room more power and more comfort Heavier a longer wheelbase and radial ply tires give you better handling and stability under a variety of conditions and loads And Corona's reliable 2000 cc overhead cam engine packs that extra punch you may need for the long haul. And to help you take the long haul in fully reclining front bucket power front disc brakes and a rear window defroster are standard Plus a choice of 4-speed manual transmission or the new. 3-speed bandless automatic. Your Size No. Mark II if there's such a thing as a big little this is it The Toyota Mark II It's big enough to sleep two people in the roomy cargo area It's big enough to carry all the camping gear a family of four needs and still leave room for the family And its big enough to carry a family around in style and comfort Standard comforts for include fully reclining bucket a rear window power front disc power steering and multiplex radio And a six overhead cam engine to make sure that even when you're you won't be under-powered Small medium or large Your Toyota dealer has a wagon that's tailored exactly to your wagon needs. Drop by soon for a free fitting. TOYOTA See how much wagon your money can buy. the Yellow Pages for the Toyota Dealer nearest you. parlay going in the family drama Silence. His daughter Ellen Geer wrote and appears in the feature. Playing the traumatized .child is his grandson Ian Geer Flanders and listed in the credits are Tad and Raleigh relationship not A fair feast of films scheduled for local movie houses when you throw in the air promises a better than average summer. The Parralax View has Warren Beatty in a political assassination drama which zeroes in on the aquisition of social misfits who are programmed to murder and the almost inevitable govern- ment commission con- finding. Top-rated is Chinatown with an outstanding Jack Nicholson as a gumshoe on a murder manhunt in the Los Angeles of the 30s. Four stars from all reviewers for this one. Unequivocable raves too for a film that features no no violence but lots of heart. Claudine has been described as a film of contemporary urban black family life for all all audiences. The description may allow for a wince but it looks a winner on all counts. Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones star. Thunderbolt and Lightning locks like solid entertainment with Clint Eastwood out of the saddle and in to a safe- cracking heist. George Kennedy is around for solid support but the lad to watch is Jeff Bridges who seems to get better with each perfor- mance. of Mame. With Lucille Ball and Beatrice Arthur. Reviews have ranged from rave to but it will be good to see the old Hollywood gloss after a surfeit of gun and ghetto. Ballet star to perform in U.S. TORONTO Mikhail 26-year-old former star of Russia's Kirov Ballet troupe has agreed to three performances with the American Ballet Theatre in New York July August 5 and 9 before he makes his scheduled appearances with the National Ballet of Canada here next it was an- nounced here. Dina the dancer's said no earlier Canadian appearance could be arranged and Mr. Baryshnikov wants to resume dancing as soon as possible. Mr Baryshnikov's appear- ance with the American Ballet Theatre will mark the first time he has danced in public since his June 29 defection when he fled after a Bolshoi Baliet performance here. Fans pay to hear singer Australia Australia's Joan Sutherland was given an emotional home- coming at her first opera per- formance here in nine years. Dedicated fans paid up to each for her first night performance. It was 25 years ago that Miss Sutherland first sang at weddings in her home town of Sydney for a night. A bejewelled audience attended the first night at Sydney's opera house. Critics described her per- formance in Tales of Hoffman as brilliant and stunning. Miss whose appearance was greeteti with a torrent of was ac- corded a rare honor at the end of the performance. She and Richard were made honorary life members of the Australia Opera Company. She told an audience of more than and I are delighted to be back. We hope this will be only the TV highlights FRIDAY Challenging 7 Ch. 13. Films include an under water sequence when whale and man meet head-to-head and trainers teaching the whale to respond to voice command. MOVIE The Sweet 7 Ch. 9. Set in the Southern California milieu of cyclists and surfers. Tony Fran- Michael Jacqueline Bisset. 2 hrs. MOVIE Scream Pretty 8 Ch. 13. Who lives above the That's the Bette Ted Bessel. 90 min. MOVIE No Time for Ch. 11. This is about a farm boy who raises havoc in the air force. Andy Myron Nick Adams. 2 hrs. 20 min. MOVIE CRIME They Came to Rob Las 12 Ch. 7. A hijack gang fight amongst themselves as they try to break into a car filled with from Las Vegas. Gary Elke Lee J. Cobb. 2 hrs. 10 min. MOVIE COMEDY Two for the 12 Ch. 13. Bitter-sweet exploration of a couples maturing love. Audrey Albert Finney. 1 hr. 10 min. SATURDAY MOVIE Nanny and the 10 Ch. 11. The plot begins when the boys get possession of a secret microdot. 60 min. Ch. 7. The Oakland A's meet the Indians at Cleveland. Live. Roller Ch. 13. The Canadian All- Stars vs Baltimore Washington Cats. 60 min. Greatest Sports Legends. 2 Ch. 11. A profile of Jimmy one of the most colorful golfers in PGA history. MOUNTAIN DEW'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are lisled by the Rndio and ions Any van.Tlion m program schedule 19 due to l.tst minute changes hy the stations and is not tire ipspon sibility ol Beverages I imiled or The Lel'v linrlqe Herald Friday CHEC 1090 3.00 Jack Neufeld 5 00 News 7 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Rennick Friday Night 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 41 Local Nevvs 00 World at Six Saturday 6 00 Buryl 'Clarke 12 00 John Oliver 12 30 News b 00 Paul Tessier 12 00 Rov Rennick CJOC 1220 QO News 7 30 News Spori 12 00 News 5 15 Soccer Results 5 Sports 5 Si News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday 6 00-9 00 a m Dom McMaster 9.00 a m -3 00 p m Concie s Carousel 3 00-6 00 p ni Don McMaster 6 00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Ofl Monday. 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