Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, July J8, THI IIIHMIDCE HKAID _ 7 HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: Blueprint for Murder, p.m., Ch. 7. Columbo (Peler Falk) tackles his loughcst case; proving ihit an architecL murdered a tycoon who refused to back his project. 90 min. SPORTS SPECIAL: College All-Star Football, Ch. 11, p.m., Pro-bound college stars take on the champion Dallas Cowboys. VARIETY: Performers, p.m., Cli. 7. Gordie Tapp hosts young talent from Newfoundland. MOVIE COMEDY: Shoot Loud. Louder I Don'l Un- derstand, p.m., Ch. 13. An offbeat Italian comedy. A junk sculptor leads a Walter Mitty life in a run-down house. Marceiiu Mastroianni, Raquel Welsh, 2 hrs. NEWS SPECIAL: Thou Shalt Not Kill, p.m., Ch. The chilling reconstruction ot a real-life murder spree. SCIENCE FICTION MOVIE: The Illustrated Man, p.m., Ch. 11. Three bizarre tales are interwoven in this film starring Itod Steiger. 2 hrs. MOVIE DRAMA: Buuny Lake is Missing, Midnight, Ch. 7. Psychological thriller about the kidnapping of a four- year-old. Laurence Olivier. 1965. SATURDAY SPOUTS SPECIAL: Canadian Olympic Track and Field Trials, p.m., Ch. 7. Olympic berths are at stake in this meet, held July 22 and 23 in Toronto. SPORTS SPECIAL: Pro Football, p.m., Ch. 11. First network exhibition match between the Giants and The Chiefs, at Canton, Ohio. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13, To- day: horse jumping and boxing. SPORTS: World Championship Tennis, p.m., Ch. 13. Ken Hosewall of Australia challenges U.S. pro Marty Riessen in a singles ma'ch at Toronto. SPORTS: American Spmtman, p.m., Ch. 7. Ken Curtis and Milburne Stone fish in Minnesota, Patrick O'Neal stalks leopards in Kenya and Gene Kelly and Doug Saun- ders fish in Africa. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Pmgrami t.re lilted by Ihi radio and leltviilon ilationi. Any variation in program Ithedule ii la lait- minule changes by th> Dalloni and Ii not the rtipon- libiliiy of the Herald or Anglo Diitribuiori Siena and. r..in Cash describes life in prison WASHINGTON personal experiences, singer Johnny Cash and two ex-con- victs described here the grim picture of prison life which they said can he a daily routine o[ rape, assault and sometimes death. "It's a society where your life isn't worth a pack ot ciga- said Glen Sherley, a former convict who lias been aided by Cash. Harland Sanders, another ex- convict, said he once had to break a guitar over another prisoner's head when the man atlacked him with a razor. Cash, dressed in his usual all- black suit with black tie and escorted by his wile, June Car- ter, spoke before the Senate sub-committee o n national jails. Afterward, he met with' Pres- ident Nixon and told the chief executive: "I think I really opened their Cash and the two ex-convicts spoke on behalf of a measure by Senator Bill Brock (Dem. Tenn.) which would reform the federal corrections sytcm. BOARD PROPOSED A major part of the bill would establish a federal district of- fender board which would fol- low the prisoner from arrest, through Imprisonment and sub- sequent to parole. Cash, a former prisoner for brief stays in several city and county jails, said he was partic- ularly concerned about young men and first offenders. "They must be separated from the hardened he said. "I realize we may have to spend millions to build new buildings but we need to separate them." Cash, who performs regularly before prison audiences, said in the 17 years he has been in the entertainment business, he has found that only about 25 per cent really need to be in pris- on. "We've got to help those who want to be he said. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neirfeld FRIDAY NIGHV World at six John Walker Request Una John Charles CHEC CJOC .m. Terry SATURDAY News SATURDAY 4.-0 Buryl Wayne Barry NEWS Jack Thys Show SDCCCr Results Sp News, Wlhr, Sporti Newt MON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster Concert! (Bob CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Don Hedman Sign Oft Jane Fonda doubled by Thompson FREDERICTON fCP) Sir Robert Thompson, a special ad- viser to President Richard Nixon on the war in Indo-China, said here recently the United States is not bombing North VI- elnamese dikes, nor is it bomb- ing civilian targets. Sir Robert, speaking at the Jniversity o! New Brunswick, was questioned by members pi .he audience on the situation in Vietnam. Under questioning from one youth on Jane Fonda's report of rambed-out dikes, he said he knew "quite clearly" that the dikes are not being bombed. "I doubt Jane Fonda could distinguish between an area hit by an artiUary shell five years ago and an area hit by a fating he Bid. FRIDAY NISHT Run World et Six -.30 As lr Happens :03 The Enterlalners Radio 1010 Calgery Mo This Country Bringing Beck the part (1) Our Natlvo Land Comedy Vancouve Family Favorites Opera Time Future SATURDAY :00 News, Sporl, Wlhr. Eye opener From the Capitals Morning Concert :15 Five Niahls a Week Correspents :30 Let TT1er, and there's James (Bauni) Gamer, Gracie (Stan) Field Elia Kazan Milton George One wonders if Aaron Schwatt, Leonard Slye or Di- ana Fluck would have made it if the good nomenclature had not done some wand-swirg- ing and turned them into Red Buttons, Roy Rogers and Diana Dors. And it's difficult to imagine Bemie Schwartz starring with Roger Moore in the Persuad- ers, Frederick AusterMz (Fred Astair) having a fine romance with Virginia McGrath (Ginger Rogers) or Marion Morrison, eye patch and all, big at the box office in "True Grit." It must be admitted also that Spangler Arlington Brough (Ro- bert Taylor) Isur Danielowitch (Kirk Douglas) and Maiden Sikulovich (Karl Maiden) do not come trippingly to the tongue. So you've got a nice plain name like James Stewart? Stewart Granger did but as as Equity is concerned a rose by any other name will not keep their records straight so Jimmy switched. Rip Torn swears that is his honest-to-giodness, born with name, but it is as unbelievable j as all the Hocks, Tabs and Biffs and good actor though he is, his career might have flourished with a little plainer handle. Cer- tainly E. G. Marshall has had no problems and even under the prodding of Cavett, Frost and Carson has refused to re- veal what those initials mean.. Enigmatic Guise perhaps? v AARON BRAUN: Caught In the same equity pressure is young Jim Green, formerly o[ this city. Jim is now dancing with the Contemporary Dancers of Winnipeg under the name of Aaron Braun. He will be re- membered for his appearances in the sleeping, the Boyfriend, Mother Goose and Guys and Dolls. He studied for five years at the Jolliffe Aca- demy of Dancing, later with Ruth Carse and toured many irovincial centres with the Al- icrta Ballet Company. J i m s been actor, director, stage manager and dancer and now as Aaron Braun it is to be loped Ihst his career will real- y go into orbit. Review: "Every little Crook and Nanny" could have been funny if it hadn't been so rantic. Director Cy Howard logs the audience with two gags; "There's no such thing as the Mafia" and fairly con- tant asides referring to the physical attributes of Maggie Blye. The funny bone might have jeen better tickled than crushed rat victor Mature compensates o a great extent by an enjoy- CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY Trulh cr Consequences Gomor Pylc (c) Teleprobe 7 Mystery Movie Perlormcrs (c) Norman Corwin Tommy Hunler The Unlouchablcs News re) 11.20 TLleproL-e 7 11.30 Hey Taxi Movie: Dunny Lake is Missing 5ATURDAT Fireball XL-5 Spldcrman Marine Boy Capl. Scarlet TumblewcPd Wreslling l-.co World d Man Klahanie Track and Field American Sporls- CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY FBI Family Affair (c) NCV.S Hogan's Heroes News News 10 11.35 Pierre- Borlon Bcal Iho Clock Movie: The Des- Slory Thoalra pcrale Hours Shoot Loud, SATURDAY Louder, I Don'l Though I for Day Undcrsland Rocky and Frinds Rocky and Frlneds Underdog Snorts Digest Lncrossc 3.25 Ari instruction Tennis Wide World of Sporli News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY News (c) Tonight Show SATURDAY CGF Tclccourii Hnrlom Ni News (el O'HsrA (c) Movie: 1. Din Anplp 7. My SlMcr Hnftk Globelroltcrs (c) 3. Miss Steward, Sir Hulr Dear Buncli All m the Family Pebbles Thnui Shift 11 Not Arclilo Kill 9.00 Sabrlna Josle and Pussycats The Monkccs Yen Am Them Chlldrcn'-i Film Fe.Mlvfll (c) Bnr.cbnll Dugs Dunny [c) Scoobcy Don (c) Danger Is My Duslncss (c) News Hco Hnw KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblcvision Ch. 11) FRIDAY Password News (c) News Chronolon Football All Stnr Gnmo (c) News Movie: The illustrated Man SATURDAY News Funky Plmntnr Jnckson S Curiosity Shop Jonny Quost Lancelot Link American Bnndslund Roller Doll H.ill Of Fame Foolball Gome The Hand lhat Bailor Box (c) SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT" In Melrocolor. Friday and Saturday, July 28 and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theotre "THE OMEGA MAN" In Technicolor. Starring Charlfon Koston. Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 29. Friday show al p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Jules Verm's "20.000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA" In Technicolor. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 20, 29 mid 30. Friday show at pm. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LIVING FREE" In color. Starring Bill Travcrs. Fri- day and Saturday, July 28 and 29. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "THE HONKERS" James Colbum, Slim Pickeus. To- night at and p.m. "SOLDIER BLUE" Can- dico Bergen, Peter Strauss. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, July 29, .10, 31. Special Saturday matinee p.m. The Wizard of Bagdad (in color) family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln Tonight and Saturday, July 211, 29lh "PAINT YOUR WAGON" With C'.int Eastwood nnd Lee Marvin. Car- loon starts p.m. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN" Bill Mumy In Color Ailult (not suitable for Friday, July 28IK, 7 nnd p.m. Saturday, July 25th, 7 nnd 9 p.m, Special Matinee Sal., July Mill, 2 p m. "WHO'S MINDING TI1H MINT1' Dorothy Provide. Family (in Sol., July 29, 2 p.m. All seals 50c. able self-parody. If director ird seems vr.epfc in his landling of Lynn Redgrave he s not alone. Since her smash- ng debut in "Georgy Girl lollywood has been at a loss as to how best use Miss Red grave's talents. In supporting roles John As- lin and Dora DcLuise shine as does Austin Pendleton seen recently as Frederick Larrabee in "What's Up now jus as delightful as the neuroti piano player. As with "The War Between Men and Women." the players are better than their material but Cy Howard should go back to director's school. Visits club CARMANGAY Rita May, district home econo- mist from Vulcan, was a gues at the meeting of the Littl Bow Community Club recently She brought along an inter esling display of articles sh had made and answered ques lions about household prob- lems. She gave some hand hints. Miss Maureen Close servec cotfea and cookies. KID STUFF: The day of the impled moppet is long past, ow kid actors are al m o s t rightening in their talent and ompetence. Philip Graves who lays Ganucci's son in "Every rook" is a case in point. I'll ag for future stardom Lisa jerritson, the youngster with ic bands on her teeth seen in. My World and Welcome To and soon to make her novie debut. Another youthful tunner is Pamelyn Fcrdln who ivas featured with Dennis Wea- rer in the made-for-TV movie "The Forgotten Man" and can je seen of a Saturday morning m the "Curiosity Shop." What's a wife to do? Jean Varburton was a trouper when husband Jack grew his hair and sprouted a beard to play 'evye in "Fiddler on the Roof." ror his role in the movie "Out" ilmed here recently Jack got lipped Iiigh back and sides, with Man of La Mancha ahead for Lethbridge Musical theatre Jack threalens a "pud- ding bowl" cut for his Sancho nanzo. And Delilah thought she lad problems? DOWN SOUTH: July 29, 30, 31 Sonny and Cher will be fea- tured at the Montana State Fair n Great Falls. The first three days of August will be rodeo and Ray Price and Jody Miller in the same package. A festival of Music with Chet Atkins, Bouts Randolph and Floyd Cramer will give two shows August 4 and on the Saturday and Sunday the headliner will be Red Skelton. If your teeth are watering, remember show tickeU are five and six bucks, THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB ANNUAL "SOMMERFEST" Saturday, July 29th 9 p.m. FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE, WE FEATURE "Frankly Brothers" MEMBERS AND GUESTS TICKETS FOR "BAVARIAN NIGHT" SEPT. 2nd FEATURING Erwin'i Alpine Bond Are now available ot the usual outleti Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN OUR TAVERN JonnnBync Richard Boone "HgJake" TKHMCOCii'flWMSOJ' ADULT MONTE WALSH" with IEE MARVIN GREEN ACRES Tonite and Sat. Open 9 p.m. One complete show p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT Now Showing at p.m. Barney wauled women in the worst A nd thal's Ihe way IK got them. tastofthe Red Hot Lovers' FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY AT KM. COLLEGE Tonite and Sat. ct and p.m. Special Return Engagement NEW CENSORSHIP RATING NOW CLASSIFIED ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Just a person who protects children and other living thinqs BILLY JACK TOM LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR STARTS TOMORROW Shows at and p.m. MATINEE SATURDAY ONLY AT P.M.