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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CLOTHING ORDERED President Suharto of Indone- sia has ordered naked tribal people to wear clothes by the end of 1972. PINPOINT FISH Large schools of fish will be pinpointed by satellites aiding the world-wide fight against hunger. FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIE: McMillan and Wife, p.m., Ch. 7. The McMillans try to solve a murder that finds a pro quarterback among the prime suspects. COMEDY: "The p.m., Ch. 13. A return of this series about two bumbling cops. This is the first of fi'.'e of the comedies. MOVIE DRAMA: "The High Bright 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Cyprus provides the setting for this film which dramatizes the island's struggle for independence, COMEDY: All In The Family, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. A large family argument ensues over Arhcie's hasty decision to sell the house and move to California. COMEDY: The Odd Couple, p.m., Ch. 7. Oscar and Felix conspire to break up a poker game in their apartment so they can go out with the Pigeon sisters. MOVIE BALLET: "A Midsummer Night's p.m., Ch. 1. A film version of Beorge Balanchine's lav- ish New York City Ballet production. MOVIE MYSTERY: "Strategy of 12 midnight, Ch. 13. A dying man helps a journalist uncover a UN assassi- nation plot. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 9. The Pittsburgh Pir- ates meet the Giants at San Francisco. SPORT: Rugby, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. Rugby League final in color and also International Polo. SPORT: Tennis, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. Ken Rosewall vs. John Newcombe in a match taped last summer at Toronto. ANGLO'S Joan Waterfield NTERTAINMENT tYE E rpHE view from the dentist's 1 chair may be improving as more and more members of this honored profession install television sets for the benefit of patients. As a distraction to drilling, the idea has merit, but the thought of facing Monty Hall's full set of pearlies on Let's Make A Deal is excruciating. However, the day may come when you'll consult your TV listings as you make your ap- pointment. But dentists have, for too long, been the subject of low comedy. Has there ever been a series devoted to the life and tunes of your friendly neigh- borhood dentist? The G.P., the heart, brain and lung men have had their day. Even the urologist has had his innings and veterinarians have been up to the bucolic bat. But dentists? Not since Bar- old Lloyd and Fatty Arbuckle.. And why not? Dentists are human, often handsome, have pretty nurses. Plotlines? A travelling den- tist on an old west circuit detective dentist who identifies the corpse from his bridgework and the murderer from his bite show-biz dentist who just before opening night makes the stand-in a star with a superb capping job Mission Im- possible dentist with a tape re- corder for every cavity (of Passport Photos Candid Picture Framing Photo Supplies A. E. CROSS STUDIO 326-0111 710 3rd S. Phone 328-0222 Radio TV Listings Programs ure listed by the radio and television Any variation in program schedule is due to latt- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six John. Walker Request Lint John Charles k CHEC CHEC-FM SATURDAY Buryl Clark CJOC a.m. Doug Waynt Barry ion Show News News, Sporti Jack Oliver Jack Neufeld SATURDAY News Sportt News, Wthr, Sports if CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MON. THRU SAT. Concerts (Bob Don Hedman Consie) nu Don MacMasTer Don MacMaster '-00 Sign Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Let tht International Top Sing Team Solo This Country Bringing Back the Our Native Land Future Bundola's Pande- SATURDAY monium Eye Opener Family Favorites Morning Concert Opera Timt FRIDAY NIGHT Homt Run World at Six Jake and the Kid Recorded Music The Entertainers From the Capitals Correspents rive Nights Week Notice Board CLCC News Hourly Weather Half Hour CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday Doug Gossen News .News News Dave Oberg John Malakoff Card Sears Ouane Meyers The Scent Identities Summer Time is RADIO TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see SONY at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and, fkotog-laplilc Ccntel 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" An Evening Of Dance WITH THE JOLIFFE ACADEMY SENIOR CITIZENS "Coppelta" JUNIOR STUDENTS "From The Classroom" Yates Centre-, Monday, June 5th, p.m. TICKETS AT LEISTER'S LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd 9 P.M. IN THE MOOSE HALL Music by SWING KINGS Orchestra MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS "No. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) presents "ACES HIGH" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES p.m. to a.m. FULLY LICENSED CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cabievision Ch. 6) FRIDAY The Odd Couple Capt. Scarlet Truth or News CO Tumbleweed Consequences Teleprobe 7 Stampede Wrestling 5-30 Let's Make a Deal Movie: Midsummer World of Man hri T i k i Teleprobe 7 Mystery Movie Laugh In (c) Tommy Hunter Nites Dream SATURDAY Spiderman (c) Beatle Bailey Spiderman (c) All In the Marine Boy (c) Klahanie Boxing Champion- ships International Tennis Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY' FBI Underdog Family Affair News n-3a Batman Me and tht CMmp News rl News (c) Movie: Red FlSher (c) Seat the Ctoek Strategy or Terror Sports Digest Story Theatre Wrestling The Partners SATURDAY Lacrosse Movie: The High Thought for Day Sports Bright Sun (c) Rocky and Friends News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevisien Ch. 9) FRIDAY News News (c) (c) Montana's New Constitution Night Gallery News (c) Tonight Show SATURDAY CGF Harlem Globetrotters (c) In the News (c) Hair Bear Bunch In the News Pebbles Archie the Monkees You Are There Children's Film Fest (c) Baseball Bugs Bunny Scoobey Doo Danger Is My Business News Josie and Pussycats Haw KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cabievision Ch. 11) FRIDAY Password News (c) News Movie: The Catcher Odd Couple Love American style (c) News Movie: Dracula Has Risen from the Grave SATURDAY News Jerry Lewis Road Runner Funky Phantom Jackson 5 Bewitched Lidsville (c) Curiosity Shop Jonny Quest Lancelot Link American Bandstand Roller Games Once Upon Wheel TBA Lee Trevino Golf -COO Wide Wold of Sports (c) Alias Smitlt and Jones (c) SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre Walt Disney's "KING OF THE GRIZZLIES" in technicolor. Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3. Friday shows .at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BILLY JACK" in color. Starring Tom Laughlin and Delores Taylor. Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult not suitable for children. Special Saturday afternoon matinee Saturday, June 3, at p.m. "BUCKSKIN" in color starring Barry Sullivan, Family. All seats 50c. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LOVE STORY" In Color. Starring All MacGraw, Ryan O'Neal and Ray Mlland. Friday and Saturday, June 2" and 3. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "TARZAN AND THE VALLEY OF GOLD" 111 Color. Starring Mike Henry. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 2, 3 and 4. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DIRTY HARRY" IT. Technicolor. Starring Clint East- wood. Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3. Friday shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. Special Saturday matinee Saturday, June 3 at p.m. "RUN WILD, RUN FREE" in technicolor starring John Mills, Sylvia Syms and Mark Lester. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "SCANDALOUS JOHN" In Technicolor. Starring Brian Keith and Alfonso Arau. Friday, June 2. Also Saturday matinee June 3. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. All seats Saturday 50c. course you'd lose a lot of agents when the tape self-destructs) or, for the movie of the week, Dr. Bicuspid Meets the .Caries Monster? Now there's something an imaginative pro- ducer could get his teeth into. All this, of course, is very tongue in a new gap created by a recent painless extraction for which relief much thanks. LIZA: The eyes are huge, soul-wide, the lower lip pendu- lous she's snaggle-toothed and long-legged this daughter of Judy Garland and director Tin- cente Minelli, a physical con- glomerate of her talented and famous parents. but Liza Minelli is her very own person, a star in her own right and undoubtedly THE performer of the seventies. Yes that catch in the throat, the nervous childlike giggle that were a heart-wrenching part of the charisma of Judy are there, and in her hour-long special Sunday last from the Olympia Theatre in Paris for some few brief moments it seemed we might be set to travel the "yel- low brick road" again. But only for a moment. Be- fore her French audience (and it is a notoriously phlegmatic without sets, troupes of high-energy dancers or a par- ade of costume changes, she reached out with a magnetic vitality and caught them with songs ranging from the poig- nant "God Bless the Child" to a whammy "Mammy." This is a great talent already recognized on Broadway with a Tony award (for Flora, the Red as a top night club performer and as an in- teresting, serious young actress. Some of the most attractive moments of the show were cre- ated with dancers Neil J. Schwat ('and that had to be the small tubby one) and Rob- ert Lacrosse. But it was Liza's show singing, dancing, clowning she is something to see and local audiences will have yet another chance to appraise her talent as the amoral Sally Bowles when Cabaret conies to town at the end of June. SISTER ACT: While Liza Is wowing movie audiences in Cabaret, her sister Lorna Loft, (father, producer Syd Luft) is building a very respectable ca- reer as a night club performer. A wider audience will get a look at this second daughter of the great Judy in the CBS mer series The Jerry Reed When You're Hot, You're Hot Hour. A famous parent can often shadow the theatrical am- bitions of the child, but Joan and Constance Bennett survived into stardom their father Rich' ard. Judy Garland is a beloved memory but her daughters de- serve their moment in the spot- light without the qualification of her famous name. WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO? Back in 1950 Peruvian Yina Sumac was heard for the first time in North America through her record, the Voice of Xtabay. Her voice was totally unique, ranging from a baritone growl to High C and was heard by a bemused public in opera, pop and folk songs. Now, 22 years later Miss Sumac is back and (would you believe) singing rock and very successfully, too, on an album titled Miracles. It's basic rock music, sung only in sounds, produced by Les Baxter and it's very good indeed. LAY ON SIR LANCELOT: Medieval jousting as practised by the Knights of the Round Table is still enjoyed by latter- day buffs in Britain. Now it's being promoted as a big-time attraction for arena and outdoor shows, and a pack- age of instant chivalry is being prepared for Canada. The talents of film stuntmen and circus performers will be utilized and the box office pos- sibilities seem rich. It may Dot suppisnt here in the west but it would certainly make an interesting addition at stampede time, though the thought of Tow Bews, Jimmy Gladstone, Rocky Rockabar or Harold Maodeville suiting up in armor for a tilt in the lists boggles the imagination. THEATRE CANADA: A one- hour film documentary on the 1972 edition of Theatre Canada will be seen on Channel 7 Satur- day evening at The old Dominion Drama Festival got face-lifted in 1970, got a new name, had competi- tion ruled out and was touted as the "annual national show- case of the best of Canadian Theatre." In 1971, the Playgoers were invited to bring their produc- tion of "Fings Ain't Wot they Used T'Be to the National Arts Centre, Ottawa. Lack of funds precluded any hope of the jour- ney east. This year the Medicine Hat College Drama Department took George Ryga's The Ec- stacy of Rita Joe to the festi- val in Saskatoon, and an ex- cerpt from this production will be seen on Saturday's show. The TV special will offer cov- erage of workshops and discus- sions held during the week- long "showcase." Coverage of the 1970 DDF (which showed clips of the Play- goers' entry The Hostage) and the 1972 edition of Theatre Can- ada was cluttered by meaning- less shots of buildings, cars and (believe it or not) stockyards. Let's hope this years' show will get down to the raison d'etre of the festival and show com- munity drama and its people hi action. ON STAGE: Tonight and Saturday at the Yates, Dans- kapades the annual production of Dawn's School of Dance. Around 200 pupils are involved ranging in age from 3 to 19. Monday, also at the Yates, the Jolliffe Academy of Dancing 'Evening of Dance.' Highlight will be Coppelia (choreograph- ed for young dancers) with Carol Jolliffe (Swanhilda) Kirk Jensen (Dr. Coppelius) and Mark Litchfield (Franz) and in Edmonton, the sanctuary of Grace United Church has been transformed with cherry blossoms to provide a backdrop for the production of Gilbert and Sullivan's Mikado. Music is provided by the Edmonton Youth Orchestra and Walter Kaasa directs. When will G and Kaasa directs. When will G and S return to Leihbridge? They've Pleads guilty to horse theft COCHRANE, Alta. (CP) Claver Arthur Collon, 22, of Ed- monton pleaded guilty in pro- vincial court this week to two charges, including one of horse theft. Collon, remanded to June 6 for sentencing, admitted tak- ing two horses from a ranch west of Calgary and stealing a truck from the city of Ed- monton, THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in the LOUNGE Sengs and Plane by "ROY HAYNES" in the CABARET "SHAMA" (from CALGARY) THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE if FRIDAY ALL LADIES ADMITTED FREE Friday, June 2, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE 7 TODAY'S SHOW TIMES PARAMOUNT Friday "The Godfather" One Complete Show Saturday "The Godfather" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Silent Running" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Silent Running" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "The Graduate" "Joe" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Chatos Land" Last Complete Show r.REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Saturday "Kotch" "South Of Hell Mountain" One Complete Show CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY-SOCIAL EVENING v Cover Charge Ladies Free 9 p.m. 1 a.m. 4 4 k Music By "ANYTHING GOES" SATURDAY IN THE CLUBROOMS Music By "ANYTHING GOES7' Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 COLLEGE CINEMA COL It (it MALL 32B.-b.tOO ACHES OF FREE PARKING Starts Tomorrow at and p.m. Charies Branson ADULT Jack Palance In a Michael Winner Film "Chato'sLand" Co-Starring. Richard Basehart James Whitmore ENDS TONIGHT "THE GRADUATE" and "JOE" in Color RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT THRU TUES. FyMinnc Matinee Saturday at 2 p.m. only "silent running A UNIVERSAL Matinee Saturday at p.m. only ff FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CJNEMA 4th AVI R, Rlh ST NOW SHOWING at and p.m. ADULT GREEN ACRES TONIGHT AND SAT. Gates Open at p.m. Complete Show at p.m. WALTER MAHHAU Walter Matthau in a role only he could make1 about it from the opening scene. Ho. S "South of Hell Mountain" ;