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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MOVIE: She Wore a Yclow Ribbon, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1949 western concerning a cavalry unit fighting mauraudmg Indians. Stars John Wayne. DEAMA: Alias Smith and Jones, 7 p.m., Ch 13: Judy Came, formerly of Laugh-In, appears as a proper Philadel- phian who displays Lhe most unladylikelike behavior in a wild hunt for a buried payroll. SPECIAL: Apollo Preview, p.m., Ch. 9: Walter Cron- kite hosts a preview of the Apollo 15 mission, to start Mon- day. DRAMA: The Old Man Who Cried Wolf, p.m., Ch. 11: Edward G. Robinson stars in a tense drama of a mur- der witness whom no one will believe. MOVIE: A Very Special Favor, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: A popu- lar bachelor is asked to make a woman out of a girl who is nearly 30, unmarried and submerged in her work. Stars Rock Hudson and Leslie Caron. VARIETY: Here Come the Stars, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: Guests tonight are Laurence Harvey, Liberace, France Nuyen and Jim Backus. MOVIE: The Second Greyest Sex, p.m., Ch. 7: Women in Kansas in 1880 go on strike against their hus- bands. With Jeanne Grain. SATURDAY SPORTS: Baseball, a.m., Ch. 7: The Oakland Ath- letics meet the Tigers at Detroit. SPECIAL: Whoop-Up Parade, 2 p.m., Ch. 13: CFCN Lethbridge re telecasts Monday's opening event of the Lethbridge and District Exhibition and Rodeo. With co-hosts Joan Waterfied and Stan Bates. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13: Highlights of the 100-year-old Grand Circuit of Harness Ratf ing and the All-Ireland Hurling Championships. Friday, July 23, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 7 WOMEN IN LOVE is like a sermon withwout a text, he most unremitting enuncia- ion of D. 1-1. Lawrence's life- ong hymn to sex, the movie annot stop proselytizing long -T LI Trimbles Radio TV nd television statio s due Ipit-mln ,ny varialion in program seuw s ue pi-m changes by the stations and is not the responsibility ot tne Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. CHEC News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT John Oliver Show News Living World John McAllister News, Sports Richard Gordon 12-00 Hr. o! Informanon Mike Murry John Oliver FRIDAY NIGHT 6-00 World at Sl> Request Action IT CJOC 9-00 John Walker Show News, Wthr, Sports Doug Anderson Wayne Barry Show News SATURDAY Wavne Barry Ro'b" Ingrsm Show News Soocer Results CHEC FM -k News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour Maior News Major News Mike Murry a.m. Don McMaster MON THRU SAT. Don McMaster 7-30 Malor News 9-00 Bob Cencie Don Hedman CBR Radio 1010 Calgary 10-15 Five Nights a Assignment Week Correspondents 10-30 Thesire Nolice Board 11-03 Let 1he People Sing Inter Top Team 11-33 Sounds Like Action Set Wthr., Music Past Wthr., Road Report FRIDAY NIGHT Home Run Road Bans News Home Run Livestock Report Midnight World at Six SATURDAY Pick of the Goons SATURDAY 7-03 Sounds Canadian Eye Opener Radio Free Friday News National News Morning Concert Sound of Britain Part 1 1-07 Regional Wthr. Opera Ttime Saturday West Playdate Trimbles Tire Supply 327-2007 314 nth St. S. 327-2396 MICHELIN 'X' Steels Itself Against Punctures and blowouts. The inner secret of the Michelin 'X' radial': strength and resistance to dam- age from all kinds of road hat- ards is steel. A strong, flexible belt of steel bonded to rubber under the tread. Put this steel shield to work for you and your family's safety. And get up to miles and more twice the mileage of ordinary tires. Change-up to 'X'. Michelin 'X' sieel-belled radial. LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Hawaii Flve-0 Huckleberry Hem Hound (c) Telenrobe 5-30 Teleprobe 7 Movie: Second Move: She Wore a Greatest sex Yellow Ribbon vni-nenAv 8-00 Here Come ttll SATURDAY Stars Cartoon Party Tommy Hunler Beetle Bailey nough to deliver message. But it is a movie of such pro- vocative ideas, such ripe ;eauty and compelling acting, he drawbacks do not quite dis- arm the power of its author's ;enius or the integrity of the iroduction. The plot is largely episodic, moving from vignette to vig- nette in the lives of two mid- Sngland couples in the 1920s. The central figure, Rupert [Alan a school inspee- a clear-cut Whiplash Lltlle People Baseball Sports Week Wrestling A Place ol Your Own Buqs Bunny Soccer rejects the calculated lust and lack of spontaneity he sees among the people of a mining town. Bearded and resembling (and representing) Lawrence, Rupert desires enduring love from both a man and woman. On both counts he is disappoint- ed. The friend with whom he seeks to form a kind of mascu- line kinship bond, Gerald (Oli- ver owner of a mining operation, prefigures techno- logical man. He introduces in- dustrial techniques at the cost of miners' income and pride. The morass of his emotions propels him into a desperate, shapeless drive for love. It Is an attribute he even in himself. cannot find, Mozart festival visions afloat OTTAWA (CP) Visions of an annual Mozart festival are afloat here after booming box office receipts greeted the Na- tional Art Centre's first home- grown and full-scale opera production. That was The Marriage of Fi- garo, which attracted nearly people. ._ Arts centre officials wonder whether Wolfgang Amadeus Mo- zart, having demonstrated he can attract tourist-season crowds, can do for Ottawa what William Shakespeare has done for Stratford, Ont., and George Bernard Shaw for Niaaara-on- thc-Lake, Ont. Mozart was one of the world's most prolific classical compos- ers, although he died at age 35 in 1791. In any event, a recording ol the NAC production of Figaro will be broadcast by the CBC in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Win- PARAMOUNT Friday Short Subjects Mans" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Le Mans" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Women in Love" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "The Horsemen" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Kiss and Kill" "Cry of the Banshee" One Complete Show nipeg and Vancouver on the CBC-AM network July 27, and on the CBC-FM network July 31. In five performances in the NAC Opera, Figaro drew paid attendance to 92.1 per cent of capacity, with a top price on seals. The cheapest seats were Because of the death of Ty- rone Guthrie, Michael Geliot of the Welsh National Opera stepped in to direct the produc- tion. Apart from that, it was vir- tually an all-Canadian cast and production. LEADS ORCHESTRA Mario centre musi- cal director, led the NAC or- chestra. Bass-baritone Claude Corbeil of Rimouski, Que., sang Figaro, Gwenlynn Uttle, Canadian Opera Company soprano from Toronto, was Susannah and so- prano Heather Thomson of Van- couver, who made her debut this year with the New York City Opera, was a regal Count- ess of Almaviva. Allan Monk of Calgary, whose career has been mainly with the San Francisco Opera, played and sang the role ot the Count. Gerald approaches the act of love as if it promised an in- stant cure for his repressions. He learns the bitter truth from the woman he chooses as the object of his erstwhile affec- tions. Gudrun {Glenda Jack- son) cannot keep her ironic eyes off life or her mind off the delights of sensuality. A wo- man of inhuman honesty and distracted desire, she has too much intelligence to kid her- self and too little kindness to settle for a live-saving compro- iise. If Gudrun comprises a pro- phecy of the "liberated" wo- man, her sister, Ursula (Jennie Linden) amounts to a home-is- everything counterpart. The school teacher who eventually marries Rupert, Ursula de- mands to hear ffie words 1 love you, My love without understanding their meaning It is enough they are said to her, like some mystical bless ing which is not enough a all. Women in Love drips with sensuality and symbolism. B> the time the extremely graphit love scenes roll around, al most all objects figs, bulls ceilings, tunnels have lus' connotations. A nude male wrestling scene although approaching homo sexuality, gives visual force t a favorite Lawrence conten lion: love may encompass phy sical affection among men. Be lieved to be the scene whic caused the Alberta censors t originally ban the movie, it 1 a vivid "celebration of the hu man body in its prime.. Women In .Love has its un satisfactory moments, some of them due to Lawrence's own ..FCN stage. The local station oesn't do much on-location rogramming. That it takes pon itself to offer two-hour hows for five days during the ah- is reason enough for con- ratulations. The coverage has uffered from bad sound and lone-too-smooth camera work. And interviews which start out 'tell us about aren't ex- myop'a A believer in mascu- Tkelele Ike' dies alone, penniless HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ciff (Ukele Heel Edwards, who gave Jiminy Cricket his squeaky tenor voice in Walt Disney's 1940 movie classic, Pinocchio, is dead at the age of 76. Edwards, who was credited with selling over 74 million rec- lords in his lifetime, died alone, penniless and as a patient in a Hollywood nursing home. Edwards, credited with ap- pearances in 107 motion pic- tures, had a trick voice and his talents on the ukelele gave him the nickname that stuck with him through his life. During the 1920s and 1930s, he made several recordings of which four-.'une. Night, Sleepy Time Gal, I Cried for You and Toot, Toot Tootsie, Goodbye- sold nearly eight milion copies. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES line communion, he cannot con- ceive of similar relationshios among women. And while the doomed Gerald gains sym- pathy, the equally-doomed Gu- drun seems to have been born with a stiletto in her mouth. Lawrence's ideas are repeat- ed and repeated in the speeches, and the four main characters seem to have two go-rounds with that old chest- nut: What do you want out of life? Inpromotu dances of Isadora Duncan lineage and sudden ar- guments issue from peevish- ness rather than neuroses. While trifling with delineations of madness, director Ken Riis- sel cannot get to insanity's source. Not all the acting is first-rate, but it is good enough in most cases and superb in Glenda Jackson's and Alan Bates'. Women in Love does pretty well by David Herbert Law- rence, which if one judges by The Fox and the French ver- sion of Lady Chattel-ley's Lover, is doing very well in- deed. NOTES: CFCN Letlilridgc will re telecast Monday's Whoop-Up Days parade on Sat- urday at 2 p.m. on Channel 13 The program was originally scheduled for Wednesday The station completes its daily coverage of the exhibition to day at to p.m., with a repeat at tonight. Color Cove, co-hosted by Joan Water field and station manager Stan Bates, has featured some ex I cellent human-interest shots such as one of a young boj asleep on the grass near the actly grabby. But all in all Color Cove has given a good visual sense of the fair, and ndicates a feeling of commit- ment by CFCN Lethbridge to he community The Point Of Interest, regulars on the show, are sounding as good as ever, if not better If Whoop- Up Days patrons start getting he exhibition sags in the late afternoons, they might head for the pavilion. Bands and sing- ng groups have been featured ;here every day. No admission charge either. MORE: You read it here first: Mitzi, the seven-foot dol- phin featured as Flipper in the original movie eight years ago, has of a heart attack. She passed away in her trainer's arms The trainer must have arms long enough to be a traffic problem in two states at the same time. Or maybe some- one forgot to sanforize Mitzi and she died of a shrunk attack. Armstrong extolled hi death MOSCOW (AP) Soviet poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko has com- memorated the death of Jazz- man Louis Armstrong with a roem extolling him as a de- scendant from slaverj- who en- slaved the world with his art. The poem, The Trumpet of was published re- c e n 11 y in Komsomolskaya ?ravda, the newspaper of the Youth League. Armstrong, who died July 6, had never visited the Soviet Union, but his work is known to many Russians. There is a constan1. demand for his records and on the flourishing alack market an Armstrong disc sells for as much as 50 ru- at the official rate. The poem, printed in full, con- cludes: A poet and a great jazzman Are equal brothers in production. Yes, laurels of jazzman are heavy. Their trumpets, singing to the world, As if part of their own guts, And gold is only for show- Satchmo, will you get into paradise? Hardly, but if you manage it, be young again and play, Shake the realm of the an- gels. And so that those in Hell would not complain and to in- vigorate the life of sinners. Give the trumpet of Archan- gel Gabriel to Armstrong. SHIPPING GRAVEYARD TOKYO (Reuter) The mar- itime safety agency said yesterday Japanese ships went down during the last finan- cial year and 533 seamen died in the sinkings. It added that 73 per cent of the ships sank in port or within three nautical miles of the coast- CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Coblevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY FBI Rocky and Friends News I Dream of Jcannie News Movie: Evil ol Frankenstein in Conversation SATURDAY Thought for Day Uncle Bobby show Marc's Music Shop Animal World McPherson Report Dangerman sporls Sporls Digest Wide World of sporls Bewitched (c) News (c) Alias Smith and Jones Movie: A Very Special Favor KRTV Greot Foils Channel 3 (Cablevliien Ch. 9) FRIDAY Animal World News (cl Kiddies on Kamora come Together (c) Andy L...... tAMtt: TBA SATURDAY Groovla Goollei Dr. DooNttle Harlem Globe- Griffith Show trotfers Mutfley (r.) Jetsons tc) Baseball Hot Dog (c) TEA Archies Fun Hcuss Pink Panther Ironside (c) Scooboy Doo News 9-00 News (c) The Monkees (c) News Tonight Show (c) Dastardly and Mission Impossible KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevlsion Ch. 11) News FRIDAY Mows (c) Nanny and Iha Professor Brady Bunch Partridge Family Marcus Welhv Movie: The Old Man Who Cried Well (c) Roller Derby (c) SATURDAY Newt Lancelot Link Jerry Lewis Here Come the Double Deckers Hot Whrols sky Hawks Motor Mouse (c) Hardy Boys (cl Amr. Bandstand Matinee Wide World of Sporls Low Income Calling Lei's Make a Deal Andy Wllllimv CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "AIRPORT'1 in Technicolor starring Hurt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Scberg, Jacqueline Bisset and Academy Award winner Helen Hayes. Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24. Friday shows at p.m. and p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Disney's "KING OF THE GRIZZLIES" In Techni- color. Starring Johnny Yesno. Filmed in the Canadian Rockies. Plus "SEAL ISLAND" In color. Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24. Friday shows al and p.m. Saturday at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA" In Technicolor. Starring Clint Eastwood and Shirley MacLaine. Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24. Friday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY" In color. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 23, 24 and 25. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "JAYNE EYRE" In color. Starring George C. Scott, Susannah York, Ian Bannen, Rachel Kcmpson and Jack Hawkins. Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "EASY COME, EASY GO" In color. Starring Elvis Presley. Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24. Friday show starts at dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "NO BLADE OF GRASS" In color. Starring Nigel Davenport and Jean Wallace. Friday, July 23. Shows at. and p.m. Restricted Adult. Special Matinee Saturday, July 24. Show p.m. "GODZILLA vs THE THING" In color. SOc per person. Family. Gel more out of life tru family la a moviel GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, JULY 17th 8 P.M. GERMAN CANADIAN HALL 9lh Ave. and 6th St. N. Musi.c by "DIAMOND FOUR" MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE Whoop-Up Days Entertainment to a.m. Friday, July 23-Bridgetown Trio Saturday, July Man Saturday, July 24-Upstairs-Cliffs Combo Members and Their Guests Only LOYAL ORDER of MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE Saturday, July 24th, at 9 p.m. at the Moose Hall 1234 3rd Ave. N. Admission A COUPLE Music by THE SWING KINGS FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT Tonight Saturday And Alio Appearing Nightly In Out Tavern "SUDS" formerly the Gainsborough lounge "CHARtES BIEKER Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE TONIGHT and SAT ot pnd p.m Adult-Not Suitable for Children LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG-JACK PALANCE NOW SHOWING at and p.m Academy Award Winner J Best Actress I Glenda Jackson RESTRICTED ADULT .H. LAWRENCE'S "WOMEN IN LOVE" starring ALAN BATES OLIVER REED with Eleanor Bron GLENDA JACKSON JENNIE LINDEN COLOR by Deluxe United Artists NOW SHOWING Tonight ol ond p.m. STEVE McQUEEN takes you for a drive in the country. The country is France. The drive is at 200 MPH! IE MANS 3 Shows Saturday at p.m. G.iiT.'uM DRIVE-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY I TONIGHT SATURDAY and SUNDAY 2 FIRST RUN HORROR SHOWS 2 EDGAR ALLAN POE probes new depths of TERROR} i PRICE: COLOR i GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. [SECOND FIRST RUN HORROR FEATURE ADULT KISS; KM CHRISTOPHER LEE-RICHARD GREENE SHIRLEYEATON .'COLOR ;