Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
TV highlights TUESDAY Baseball All-Star Ch. 7. The 45th All-Star Game is telecast live from Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh. CRIME Ch. 13. A tyrannical tycoon is involved in a drama mixing murder with the dis- appearance of a valuable book. George Murray Matheson. 90 min. MOVIE The Third Girl from the p.m. Ch. 11. An aging chorus dancers' life is suddenly in a romantic turmoil. Kim Tony Michael Brandon. 90 min. MOVIE Adam's Ch. 11. A brawling tale of pioneer Australia. John Beau Jane Merrow. 2 hrs. 15 min. MOVIE The pooling of 12 Ch. 7. Action-packed tale of a notorious outlaw gang of the Old West. Randolph Louise George Macready. 2 hrs. WEDNESDAY MOVIE CRIME A Degree of 1 Ch. 13. Absorbing study of guilt and responsibility in the face of ac- cidental death. Anita Han P. Hallwachs. 1967. 7 UP RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and it not the responsibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. Monday thru Friday b 50 Farm News 7 30 News. Wthr Sport 5 00 Probe 1220 6 00 World at Six 8 35 Phone Bill Show 12 00 HOur of Information 1 00 News and Grain Prices CHEC 1090 9 00 Checline 12 30 News 1 00 Gram Prices 5 00 News Wtbr Sports CJOC 1220 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 50 Local News h 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday b 00-9 00 a m Don McMaster 9 00 a m -1 00 p m Conuc s Carousel .1 00-K 00 p m Don McMaster Tuesday 7 00 As it Happens 8'00 Tuesday Night 10 10 Bundolas Pandemonium ll'O.t Rupcr.sland Rock Slide Wednesday Morning S b 05 Caljjart Eve Opener 8 00 World at Eight H 10 Eve Opener 6 00-10 00 p m Del KTng 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Mon- dav Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 9 00 World at Nine 9 13 This Country In The Summer 10 Time Signal 12 O.I Radio Noon 1 20 Summer Scene 1 55 Stock Market 2 03 Summer Scene 2 OH the Record 3.30 Hancock's Half Hour 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run 6 World at Six WIN BUV GROCERIES FOR LIFE or INCOME FOR LJFEor HEW CAR EVERY VEAR FOR UFE 750 fegfii DISHWASHERS ARE AVAILABLE DURING THE CONTEST Tuesday 5-00 O Hollywood Squares O News Password 5-25 09 Lucy 5-30 O News News O News 5 55 News 6 00 O Baseball O All Star Baseball ID News 6 30 IB Beat the Clock ID Truth or Consequences 7.00 O Happy Days ID Oscar Peterson 7.30 ID Mystery Movie. Banachek ID Movie Third Girl From the Left 8-30 O TBA 9-00 ID Marcus Welby O Hawaii Five-0 ID Marcus Welby O Emergency 10.00 O News O News ID Kojak O George Hamilton O Tonight Show Movie.' 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O Today Show Captain Kangaroo 8.00 O Plnnochio O Today In Montana ffl News O Wizard or Oz Romper Room O Gambit a Farm Facts 9.00 IB Fred Davis O Now You See It Audrey O Frontier Collection 9 30 IB University of the Air O Ed Allen O Hollywood Squares Jack Lalanne 10.00 ID Yoga O Mon Giant O Jackpot ID Young and Restless 10-30 O Mr Dress Up Search For Tomorrow O Celebrity Sweepstakes IB Pay Cards 10 55 O NBC NJWS 11-00 O Sesame Street IB Free Easy tO All My Children O Winning Streak 11.30 O As The World Turns IB Galloping Gourmet ffi Let's Make A Deal 12 09 IB Eye Bet O Days of Our Lives O Uncle Bobby Newleywed Game 12 30 ID Bewitched O Doctors O Truth or Consequences ID News 1 00 IB Movie- Degree of Murder O Movie Manhunt in the Jungle O Another World General Hospital 1.30Q Match Game One Life to Live 2.00 ID Pyramid O Tattletales 2-30 Somerset O Mike Douglas Ot Dinah's Place Our Town 3 00 0 Thirty From Another World Jeopardy What's the Good Word Edge of Night Girl In My Life Forest Ot Anything You Can Do O Joker's Wild Ot Split Second 4 30 0 Odessey O News Ot The Rookies 0 Brady Bunch Richard Dreyfuss as Duddy Kravitz now showing at the Paramount Bookings hard to get Jazz bands draw light attendance TORONTO Relatively small crowds welcomed some of the big names of the jazz world on the weekend during a two-day jazz festival at the Varsity Stadium. The elite of the jazz Dizzy Count Woody Louis Carmen McRae and many for jazz lovers during the nine- hour sessions during the after- noon and evening Saturday and Sunday. About attended each performance. Big bands are coming Woody Herman told the crowd after his performance. Answering questions from the crowd gathered at his he said there is a chance for budding musicians. Canadian performers included Moe Peter Appleyard and their groups as well as master of ceremonies Phil MacKellar. While the big led by Louis Maynard Woody Herman and Count offered some hefty some famous and not-so-famous musicians gave quieter performances. Canadian-made film success9 Ballet star A star is born in Apprenticeship of Duddy and the occasion is made more auspicious by the fact that at long last a Canadian-made movie seems about to enjoy commercial success in the U.S. and around the world. few have been able to get an American much less many The new luminary in the cinematic heavens is Richard he was the high- school graduate in who went on to college at the and his was one of several excellent per- formances blended so well into the whole picture for a superior example of ensemble acting. In the title role in he proves he's got star quality. He dominates the show. The part of Kravitz was created by Canadian novelist Mordecai Richler in his book first published in 1959. Richler himself has written the screenplay from an adapta- tion by Lionel Chetwynd. Duddy Kravitz is a kind of young Canadian version of Sammy he lives in a Jewish ghetto in Montreal and his one ambition in life is to get out of there and make something of himself. he wants to gather sufficient money to buy a tract of isolated land sur- rounding a lake and turn it into a prosperous new com- munity. To achieve this goal Duddy is willing to use and degrade anyone and everyone who can possibly be of and the path to his success is basically the familiar one in life as well as Nightly Entertainment at the PLAINSMAN HOTEL Tonight and Sat. and all Next Week GEORGE AND THE COUNTRY UCTION TtLOCK MASTERCHARGE CHARGEX 2508-2nd Ave. North See tonight's Classified Section for a more complete'listing. ACTION BY License No. 077855 Phone 327-1222 DISNEYLAND EXPO TOUR August 1.17 days as low as Includes transportation and accommodation. Tour Includes San Fran- Knotta Berry Universal urana Las Vegas. Expo 74. NORTHERN RUS TOURS Alberts Phone 327-3536 or 329-4474 Also Plnchef Creek Travel Centre fiction of the rags-to-riches protagonist who will stop at nothing unscrupulous to achieve his shabby ends. What sets the screen ver- of apart from the cliche versions of the story told so many times on film before is the penetrating characterization of the hero. also the French- Canadian of but that while well realized in the is mere And in 25-year-old Dreyfuss the moviemakers found the perfect actor for the part. To begin with he pulls off the exceedingly difficult task of making a character who is a heel not only credible but Dreyfuss knows precisely when to soft-pedal the cadishness and when to let it go full blast. He knows how to give just the right touch of softness to bring out the pathos in the character. The actor has to cry a little and laugh a lot- in doing the latter he has developed a different style to express each a laugh for another for for for etc. In this is the acting perfor- mance of the year to date. In praising the star so highly one does not wish to shortchange whose white it has some gaps in continuity that some people find startling and dis- is nonetheless a fine one of the many vir- tues of which is that the characters surrounding the hero are sketched in some too. And under Ted Kotcheff's sensitive direction interesting performances are given by the entire including especially Micheline Lanctot as the Canadian- French maid Duddy meets in a summer resort where he is a waiter and cons into giving him invaluable help with his land scheme since the owners of it are Jack Warden best role and best performance in as the Cable firm's application approved OTTAWA The Cana- dian Radio-Television Com- mission has approved an application by Glenn I. Naylor to operate a cable television service for Parksville and Qualicum B.C. Applications by Kid-Island Cable TV Ltd. and William D. Messer for the same territory were rejected in a decision released today. The CRTC said Mr. Naylor's cable firm must begin local community programming as soon as possible. The appli- cant had suggested the firm would start in its fourth year of operation or sooner if finan- cially possible. Mayor R. M. Young of who will have a substantial holding in the new must not be a member of the firm's board of directors or take part in management while he is father alternately proud and ashamed of his brash and Randy Quaid Last as a gullible epilep- tic youth whom Duddy almost completely destroys through exploiting him. has already opened in whiere it is a big hit with both reviewers and although there has been some criticism of the moviemakers for giving the title role to an American actor. The movie's so this seems a silly pre- judice. Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE MAME- 7-00 9.10 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE 9-10 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7.15 925 APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ. 7.25 9.35 LAST COMPLETE 9 25 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA SCHOOL FOR SEX 7.00 DEEP 8 30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 8'3Q RESTRICTED ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE WHITE LIGHTNING. 9'45 WICKED WICKED. 11 45 ONE COMPLETE SHOW- GATES OPEN. 9.00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN to be on CBC-TV TORONTO Mikhail the soviet dancer who defected to the west four weeks ago after appearing with the touring Bolshoi will be seen in his first public performance with the National Ballet of Canada on it was an- nounced here. The one-hour special to be shown on the English network July 26 at 9 will show the former Kirov ballet star rehearsing and dancing the role of James in three excerpts from La and in an interview with the show's Frank Rasky. Ads limited OTTAWA Student radio stations at universities may carry limited advertising the Canadian Radio- Television Commission has ruled. The CRTC said in a decision released Monday that it is concerned about the constraints advertising might exert on student radio programming. But such student-run oper- ations may carry institutional commercials TONIGHT AT THE MINERS' 733 -13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre in color. Starring Charlton Heston Geraldme Chaplin. July Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT FORT Theatre in color. July 23. Show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre CHINESE in color. Starring Bruce Lee. July 23 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower'Theatre IN YOUR in color. Starring James Coburn. July 24 shows at and p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. paramount Tonite thru Thurs. p.m. She'll coax the blues right out of your heart. MAMt FAMILY FAMILY LUCILLE BALL Si -BEATRICEARTHUR NOW SHOWING at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT 200l An Mayor Mtpnh Dr 328-63CK TONIGHT AND WED. RESTRICTED ADULT HIT No. 2 FOR MM MROOUCiS A ICW HUM EXKHWO MIOWSION WICKED 6MttOtN9p.il. One Conifett ShM MS u.