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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 27, 1973 THE UETHBRIDGE HEXALO 8 ITV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY ..COMEDY: (Sonny and Cher, p.m., Ch. 13. Special guests this week are Tennessee Ernie Ford and Captain John Nasmyth. ADVENTURE: FBI, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Braille and chess are part of a day's work when Erskine poses as a blind chess master to smash a spy rirg. CRIME JJRAMA: Owen Marshall, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Mercy killing is the issue: Wayne Newton plays a father accused of murdering his severely retarded MOVIE MUSICAL: (Seven Brides for Seven Bribers, 11 p.m., Ch. 11. Bouncy classic about kidnapped brides on a snowbound Oregon farm in I860. ..MOVIE DRAMA: The Carpetbaggers, midnight, Ch. 13. Saga of a ruthless business tycoon turned Hollywood mogul and the many people who cross his life. ..MOVIE DRAMA: The Happening, midnight, Ch. 7. An- thony Quinn stars as an ex-Mafia hood kidnapped by thrill- seeking youngsters. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The St. Louis Car- dinals meet the Cubs at Chicago. GOLF: Canadian Oepn, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Third-round ac- tion in the Canadian Open from Richelieu Valley Golf and Country Club. ..SPECIAL: International Swimming Championships, 5 p.m., Ch. 7 Highlights of the Canadian Swimming Champ- ionships and world trials from Quebec City. RADIO and TV LISTINGS are listed by the Radio and Television Stations.'Any variation in program schedule Is due to (art-minute changes by the stations is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. if CHEC Motley McGlir and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Varvin Contemporary Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remember Sunday. Mornings. FRIDAY NIOHT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul CHEC-FM jyl News Bury! News Bury! News Sports Buryl News Buryl CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whltt, Bill Matheson; Sport _ Brent Seely Mid -Don Maclean; Farm Ranch Doug Card. Doug Jim Jim Elliot SATURDAY "loo Ballley Show World at six News Soccer Bailley Show Jack Thys COO Bruce Bowie Show News, Wthr, Sports Ntws FRIDAY WIGHT Probe 1220 MONDAY thru FRIDAY t a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster p.m. DeiI-0 p.m..10 P.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, overtures and Encores (Bob Concle) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY t noon Don McMaster Don Hedman p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS p.m. Concerts, and Encores (Bob 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, and .Encores (Bob Concle) FftlDAY NIOHT Home Run BBC Neva News World at Six fs It Happens if CBR Radio 1010 Calgary My Music fuTOJ This Country In News the Morning (Pt. 1) Major Progression Time Signal SATURDAY This Country In Sounds Like the Morning Pt. 2) Saturday News Between Ourselves News our Native Land Music West Notice Board vm saUirdav West News, Sport, Wthr. News 10-10 From the Capitals The Glums I'm Sorry I'll Nights a Week Family Read That Again The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! -Reaching over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular seuriny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook August 7th (Advertising Deadline is August CALL 32B-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CablevWon Ch. 6) FRIDAY All In the Family Wizard of Hollywood Squares Get Smart News Bob Newhatt Odd Couple W Go Again Tommy Hunter Dean Martin News (c) CJOC News 01 Fllntstones Spiderman Claire Olsen Klahanie Canadian Open Bugs Bunny Swimming Baseball Star Trek News Bear the Clock The Brady Bund) Sonny Cner Cort Million FBI SATURDAY Pinocchto CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (CaMevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY News Bodcshot Pierre Berton Musical Movie: The Outdoor Sportsman Carpetbaggers Sports Digest SATURDAY WresHing University 8f Air Survival Hawkeye Animal World Warervme Gang Wide WorM of Poppet People Sports Story Theatre News KRTV Greet Jfefc Channel 3 (Cabkmrion Ch. 9) FRIDAY Toniptt Bugs Sunny Hews SATURDAY----------------- News fcOOCGF Tefecoorji Hee Haw Amazing Chan Sen Scooby Dao AH in The Family the Didc Van Dyke Pussycats Maude FflnWonet Medical Centra Archies KKCO News Fat Alien mi-TV Great Fate Channel' 5 (Cebterrnon Ch. 11) Monkees American Bend- stand CBS Film Festival Judy Lynn Show We Came ta Win NFL Hatl or Fame Footttttl Garni SabrJna Baseball 2020 me Wortd American Adventara Newt The Wantons FRIDAY Password News News TrVtn Sunch College Ail-Star FtorteTl Game News Movie: SATURDAY News H. R, PuffStUT Jaetaon 5 The Osoonds SuperHtar 'Moda Srady KWS Joan Waterfield E NTERTAINMENT LYE E A.M. came west to this week. Big deal. Here was the same set, the same people, with tbe ex- ception of the tahbe-weteomed Helen Hutchmson, the same in- studio claustrophobia. If ever there oppor- tunity to be innovative this was it. Why not move out of the studio doors to interview Alber- tans in their own milieu? Why tbe deathly dull documentary footage? Why not the dharac- ters, the real people of tbe west who give it its unique flavor? Why Percy Sattzman? SaKz- man, it is true, is a personal bete-noJr. But bis interview with a member of tbe St. Lau- rent cabinet on tbe morning following the announcement of the death of the former prime minister was an atrocious lapse of reasonable good taste. Here was Saltzman wearing his tough enquiring reporter hat past his ears, posing sell-out to the Americans, N.A.T.O. as dis- aster, the conflict of interest ssue involving his interiewee. Of course history must be ex- amined, but this was tbe mo- ment for the personal memoir. Did we get it? No. Just Percy "Flashman" up to bis nausea- ting tricks. Helen Hutchinson was obvi- ously chagrined at the tactics. This last week has given her little time to show her warmth and style. Let's hope since those plastic beauties Elaine Callei and Carole Taylor have exited tbe morning show that she wffl consider becoming a perman- ent fixture. Let's hope someone wffl eventually get rid of "buDy boy." Let's hope that when Canada A.M. hits the road again, they hand over-tile show to local TV hosts to build a week-long offering that wffl give regional talent a national showcase. TOM: What might have been fatuous turns out to be fortui- tous for the moviegoer as Tom Sawyer comes to the screen again, Ibis time a movie-with- masic version of ttie Mark Twain imperishable. Tbe casting of this new edi- tion (produced by Reader's Di- gest and United Artists) is out- standing. Let it be confessed, though, there.was some trepi- dation in facing Jotany Whit- aker (Tom) test he be left with carry-over cutes from Family Affair. This is soon dispelled. Tbe youthful Whfcaker is just right and gives evidence (tbe Dis- ney Studios notwithstanding) that 'be may safely negotiate the terrible teens that have tumbled tbe careers of many a child star, Jeff East, too, is a most ef- fective Huck Finn, a role to be repeated when the sequel is released and Jodie Foster is a fine.Becky Thatcher. There's a memorable move away from type-casting which allows Warren Dates to shine as Muff Potter. And what can be said about tbe divine Celeste Holm? Here as everybody's be one of tbe joys of tbe year. She is one of a rare breed (Maggie Smith and Katberine Hepburn are included) that manages to combine grit, wit and grace. You'll not soon for- get her singing of tbe title song when young Tom is believed drowned, a moment to trea- sure in her lustrous career. And you'll love the Hannibal holiday the never in- trusive score and Charley Pride's great rendition of "Riv- er Song." Director of this delight is Don Taylor who made a career of playing nice young men in mov- ies of the forties and fifties. Now bis intelligence and taste have created a fine holiday treat. Don't miss LOVE: And Pain and Mag- gie Smith and Timothy Bot- toms almost made "The Whole Damn Thing" worthwhile. Alas, scripter Alyin Sargent, having whetted tbe palate for rare wine opted to concoct a schmaltz-shake of Love Story, Two for the Road, Time of the Cuckoo, with Tea and Sympa- thy thrown in for good mea- sure. Let it be said that tbe dis- appointment is very real for the Allen Pakula production gave promise "of being a real gem of off-beat comedy. There was so much that was totally disarm- ing. Miss Smith with her pan- ties at half-mast after a bumb- ling attack by Bottoms, with melted chocolate smeared across her very proper English posterior, or trapped in a Span- ish outhouse had a shining grace that elevated slapstick to purest comedy. No less Timo- thy Bottoms, a comparatively inexperienced actor who lifted an improbable pole to reality. CON GRATULATIONS: To the double winners of the Chris Gibson Memorial Award, Dawn McCangberty and Laur- ie Mann. Both members of Lethbridge Youth Theatre since fts inception they, earlier this year, won High School Drama Festival scholarships to the Provincial drama eera----- Currently they're handling props and costumes for the up- coming West Side Story. And to EStonwy Morgan who pick- ed up Youth Theatre's "Troup- er of the Year" trophy. This Aunt Polly, strict, exasperated and always loving, Miss Holm's return to the screen has got to KM Po Foritcy Phantom Udnffle THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Entertainment Nightly in the AZTEC LOUNGE Recording artists from Vancouver THRESHOLD1 THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ast is for the youngster who never turned down tbe "joe obs." who read in when some- one bad to miss a rehearsal, sat on "the dug up props, took lead or walk-on with the same enthusiasm. Now that's what theatre is all about. IN BANFF: Having a won- derful time in tbe musical teatre program of the School of Fine Arts, Shayy Kennedy and Kim Hall who made a hit in tbe Community College's production of You're a Good Man Charlie Brown. Both have been selected to appear in the featured musical Anne of Green Gables which will be staged July 30-31 and August 16-17. IN TOWN: Of Course, Edward Bear at the Exhibition Pavilion Saturday night. Along for the music fest will be Kathy and tbe Kool-Aid Kids and New Po- tatoes. ALEX HOTEL 322 5th ST. S. IN CONCERT "PHIL LETHBRIDGE THE WIST WINDS" TO MIDNIGHT LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT In The Clubrooms FRIDAY "MARKET PLACE" "Members and Their Invited Guests" PARAMOUNT Friday "Song of the South" Last Complete Show Family Saturday "Aristocats" "Song of the South" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Torn Sawyer" Last Complete Show Family COLLEGE CINEMA Friday Short Subjects Battle for the Planet of the Apes" 05 Las: Complete Show Family Saturday Start Subjects "Battle for the Planet of the Last Complete Show Family GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Joe KkH" "You'll Like My Mother" One Complete Show Adult The Lethbridge Hotel Presents "JIMMY ST. JAMES and THE MIDWEST EXPRESS" FROM ILLINOIS STATE ENTERTAINING NIGHTLY! SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Cowboys" Tn color. Starring John Wayne. Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28. Shows at and pjn. Adult Saturday matinee at p-m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "F1STFOL OP DYNAMITE" In color. Starring Rod Steiger and James Coburn. Friday and Saturfay, July 27 and 28. Show at pjn. each night. Adult Not Suitable For Children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BALAD OF CABLE HOGUE" Starring Jason Robards and Stella Stevens. Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28. Show at p.m. Restricted Adult Only. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE TRAIN ROBBERS" Starring John Wayne, Ann- Margaret and Rod Taylor. Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28. Shows at and pjn. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "FIG" In color. With Burt Reynolds and Raquel Welch. Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28. Adult Not Suitable' TABER Tower Theatre "THE EMIGRANTS" Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28. Shows at and pjn. Saturday matinee at p.m. This Weekend at the LEGION VIMY MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY Arflmai World UfflB People ANTI-HITLER PROJECT OF 'WAR LAWYER9 FRANKFURT (AP) Rob- at Kerapner wants to start a "little anti-Hitler wave" and fulfil on paper what he was unable to accomplish in per- son when be was United States prosecutor at the Nuernberg war crimes trials. The 73-year-old Inter- national lawyer, who fled Germany in the Ittfe, intends to bring the Nazi dictator posthumously before an imag- inary tribunal, which wifl fit within the covers of a book Kempner is writing. Featured ALL THIS WEEK at the VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE "LARRY BRONSON" TO ENTERTAIN YOU ENJOY A NIGHT OUT COME TO COALDAUJI ELRANCHO FRONTIER DINING ROOM Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialties served daily DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS Entertainment for your listening pleasure Sunday! paramount cinema Tonrte and Sat. at p.m. FAWULY college cinema NOW SHOWING at p.m. P.M. THE FINAL CHAPTER in the incredible Apes saga. CENTURY-FOX PRESENTS COLOR BY green acres drive-in i Dr.aCoBtttHwr..3g7-1100 TONITE AND SATURDAY JOE HUD Gates Optn 9 p.m. Complete Shew p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHIlDRBi HIT NO. 2 Like My Mother' Starring PATTY DUKE NOW SHOWING First Show at 7 p.m. A DOUBLE DISNEY CARTOON FUN-FEST to double-you-up with laughter! KIDS 75e ANYTIME S FAMHY Y .jf CONTINUOUS SHOWS. SAT. BOX OFFICE OPENS 1 P.M. FIRST SHOW STARTS PJd, CJOC Proudly in Person one of Canada's top groups, Capitol Recording Artist. APPEARING TODAY, JULY 27th AT THE WATIRTON DANCE PAVILION And Appearing Saturday, July 28th at the lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion SHOW Donee Combination start! both at 1040 p.m. Doets open at p.m. Advance trckets only each. Available in feth- bridge at Muridend, Uisten, and the new Franks Cafe TICKETS A1SO AVAIIABIE AT THE DOOft THURSDAY, JULY 26th Weekend Entertainment ;