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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY MYSTERY MOVIKE: "Face of p.m., Cli. 7. The scent of perfume and a posh wake are McMillan's only hope to cut a string of jewel thefts. COMEDY: The Partners, p.m., Ch. 13. Identical twin jewel thieves keep The Partners hopping and there are a couple of sexy sisters trying to outfox their baffled pursuers. COMEDY-DRAMA: "Belter, a 8 p.m., Ch. 13. A satirical yarn with romantic twists set in a Sicilian town. COMEDY: All In The Family, p.m., Ch. 9. A repeat of Sammy Davis Jr.'s visit to the Bunkers. CRIME DRAMA: "The 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Ness dissents when a jury convicts a known crimnal on cir- cumstantial evidence and lu's disbelief leads to the recovery of Ihe loot. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Last Days of p.m. Ch. 7. MOVIU "The Curse of Ike a.m., Ch. n. Sciculisls conduct weird experiments that turn people into monsters. SATURDAY SPORT: Baseball. 12 noon, Ch. 7. The St. Louis Cards take on the Mets at New York. SI'ORT: Tennis, p.m. Ch. 13. Roy Emerson of Australia challenges Tom Okker of Holland in a singles match. WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS: p.m., Ch. 13. Gymnas- tics and motorcycle racing are featured in this week's pro- gram. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program bre listed by the radio and television stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minule changes by the stations and Is not Ihe respon- sibility of Ihe Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessier FRIDAY NICKY World aT Six John Walker Request Jo tin Charles CHEC-FfA SATURDAY Bury] Clark tV CJOC A: 30 News News, Sporli Jack Oliver Jack Neufeld SATURDAY News News, Wtfir, Sporli 5 Barry News Wayne Barry Soccer Results CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour MOW. THRU SAT. (Sob Don Hedman Don MscMasler Don MacMasIcr S19" Off CBR Radio 7010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Kerne- Run World et Six As It Happens Replacement The Entertainers News From the Capitals Correspi IQrrS Hve Nights a Week Nallca Board Lef Ihe People International Top Sing Team Solo This Country Bringfng Back the Our Native Land Fulure Bundola's Pande- SATURDAY monlum Eyo opener Family Favorites Morning Concert Opera 7Jie Scene Identities CLCC Ci.CC Broadcosis over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday Ihru Friday News Hourfy Weather Half Hour B.m. John Malakoff p.m. Major News p.m. Major Mcwa a.m. Major News p.m. Carol Sears p.m. DLranu Meyers a.m. Doug Gossen Dava Otxrg This Summer Take A SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All sizes 9" and II" Portable TV's in stock. at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Ste'ieo ana irnotofftapltic Centet 419 Slh St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY News [c> Truth or 11-20 Teteorobe 7 Days Tefeprobe 7 Pomeii Marine Boy Cc] Capt. StarJet Movie: Pompei Movie; Willy and Wreslllng Tommy Hunfer SATURDAr The Unlouchsbles Splderman Wfde Wwld of Sport News KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} FRIDAY SATURDAY Tofecourst (ct Harlem (c) Hair Bear Bunch Man cxi a Siring Air In the Family Pebbles" NigM Gallery Archie NeWS (C) O'ffl Cahrina Tonight Show The Monkees Chlfrfren's Film Fesl. Baseball Bugs Bunny Scoobey Doo Danger Is My Business (c) Nei KFBB-TV Great FRIDAY Password News {c> News Chronolog (c) Odd coupfe Love American Sly (c) Mews Kopy Josle and Pussycats HM Haw Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. Tl) Movie: Jenny Quest Boy Night put TO; 30 Lancelot Link American Bandstand Roller TBA American SATURDAY News Jerrv Lewi) Road Runner Funfcy Prianfom Jackson 5 Bewitched Lldwtlle fc> Curiosity Shop Advenlurt Golf Wide World of Sport Walk E cancellation of the CBC series All About Women scheduled for this summer has called forth a bitter letter, pub- lished in the Toronto Star, from Margo Lane, host and de- veloper of the show. Miss Lane assails a group calling themselves Christians 'ho bombarded the CBC with letters condemning the show, sight unseen, as "moral garb- "moral rot- teness." "I think you would have liked to meet these women in your living writes Miss Lane, "Even if you didn't agree with their views, (hey would have made you think and question knowledge and wisdom lie somwhcre along that road further along lies understand- ing and compassion." Fair enough, but let's look at the line-up; Xaviera Hollander, author o[ The Happy Hooker; Diana, a former transexual; Maria, a porno-movie actress; Pauline, a 68-year-old ex-mad- am; Naomi Wall, bi sexual; Kathleen Brindley, lesbian. Of course there are others; Wanda Adams, who left hus- band and family for a life of her own free choice; Ellen Peek, author of The Baby Trap; Gale Garnelt, on abortion on de- mand. White Miss Lane would deny it, what would seem to be plan- ned was a Cosmopolitan of the Air, with guests who are not only grist to that unsavoury mill but have already made the circuit of the current talk shows. In a companion letter, Larry lolway claims the press must carry part of the blame for the cancellation) having sensationalized the nature of the emale guests without u erstanding their purpose he context of the program." To that it might be retorted hat Miss Lane's show suffered and died from "overkill" by the CBC promotion department. What could be questioned is hat the series reached a costly stage of development before cancellation and who pays r that? And wliile wiling to commise- rate with Miss Lane for her bruised feelings, may it be sug- gested that she is somewhal >ld-fashioned in her approach .0 the challenges and concerns 'acing women; what might have been relevant, exciting programming in 1950 Is really juite a bore in the more en- lightened seventies. Further there is more wil and wisdom in one feisty olc 'Ma" Murray Uian in Xaviera Diana, Maria et al, more grace n Madame Vanier, more per- sonality in Charlotte Whitton more of everything in charwo- man, farmer's wife, store clerk, stockbroker, doctor, and thej are just some of the women I would like to know "all about SPENCE: In failing health while filming Guess Who's Com- ing to Dinner, his concern was hat enough of his scenes would be "in the. can" to ensure re- ease of the picture. He died 10 days after its completion. He was Spencer Bonaventure Tracy and his contribution to :he golden age of Hollywood 31m making has been cata- logued with genuine affection in Donald Deschner's The Films of Spencer Tracy. The giant size paper back offers casts, stilts, reviews and synopses of his movies from 1930s Up the Hiver to his final stint with director Stanley Kra- mer, a remarkable total of 74 full-length features. Some, in the early days, were naive in story, some box-office Failures, some truly superb, but all had the special lustre of Tracy, an actor's actor who never aspired to a definitive Othello but knew his range and within it grew better and better. The book offers a nostalgic retrospective of Tracy's work, tributes from Bosley Crowther, Dore Senary, Kramer and oth- ers, and the enchantment of re discovering some of MGM'S famous stable of supporting ac- tors; Nat Pendleton, Frank Jenks, Ned Sparks, Charley Grapewin, Warren Hymer, El Breiidel. His leading ladies were the best in the business; Jean Har- low, Luise Rainer, Marian Nixon, Bette Davis, Irene Dunne, Joan Crawford, Sylvia Sydney and, best of all, Kather- ine Hepburn. And a check of cast lists re- veals names who made it big in later years; Shirley Temple in Now I'll Tell Rita Cansino identified only as a dancer in Dante's Inferno (1935) who became Rita Hayworth; Jimmy Stewart in Murder Man Mickey Rooney, Riff- Raff Robert Milchum, 30 Seconds Over Tokyo James (Gunsmoke) Arness, The People Against O'Hara Best of all are the anecdotes that reveal this warm, vulner- able, talented man; my favor- ite liis reply to a young actor seeking deeply for motivation to come through a door, "You come in the goddam door be- cause there's no other way to come into the goddam room.'1 4 FILMNOTE: Gene Hackman, "oscared" for The French Con nection, is now working in 20th's Poseidon Adventure William Friedkin who owns five per cent of "Connection" will Poland, Finland win TV prizes PRAGUE (AP) Poland and Finland have won top prizes In' the w e e k -1 o n g International Television Festival. The Polish film Over Nine Bridges received the award for the best dramatic film and the Finnish film, Shall Farmer's Wife, took the award, for the best documentary. WASHINGTON (AP) The pandemonium in Ford's Theatre was probably unmatched since the night in 1665 when Abraham Lincoln was this was the pandemonium of gaiety, not fright. Interior Secretary and Mrs. Rogers C. B. Morton had Invited several hundred inner-city young people to see the hit show Godspell and then have hoi dogs, cupcakes and soft drinks afterward. The interior department ad- ministers Ford's Theatre, and he and his wife have taken an obvious liking to Godspell, the rock opera with music and lyr- ics by Stephen Schwartz. They have seen several per- formances, and have enter- tained the cast at lunch in the secretary's office. Torrential rains held down the attendance a bit at Wednesday SOUTHERN ALBERT THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PATTON" In color. Starring Academy Award winner George C. Scott and Karl Maiden. Friday and Saturday, June 23 and 24, Friday one show only at p.m. Adult. Special Matinee Saturday jit p.m. "HOOK, LINE AND SINKER" In color. Starring Jerry Lewis, Peter Lawford and Anne Francis. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" In color. Starring Henry Fonda. Friday and Saturday, June 23 and 24. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult Claldren unler 1C must be accompanied by an Adult. Special Matinee Saturday, June 24. Show at om "TAHZAN AND THE GREAT RIVER" In color star- ring Mike Henry. All seats 50c Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN" In color. Starring Arthur Hill and David Wayne. Friday and Saturday, June 23 and 24. Friday show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "MURPHY'S WAR" In color. Starring Peter O'Toole. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 23, 24 and 25 Fri- day show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS" In color. Starring Charlfon Heston. Friday and Saturday, June 23 and 24. Friday one show only at p.m. MatLnea Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-ln "BROTHER JOHN" In color. Starring Sidney Portier and Will Geer. Friday and Saturday, June 23 and 24. Friday show starts at p.m. Gates open 8'45 pm. Adult, TABER Tower Theatre "THE COWBOYS" In color Starnig John Wayne and the LilUe Cowboys. Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tues- day, June 23, 24, 26 and 27. Friday shows at and p.m. Adult. Special matinee Saturday, June 24 at p.m. "BATTLE IN OUTER SPACE" In color Family. All seats 50c. ol the buses assigned to bring pup- ils from predominantly black schools in the capital were bogged there was no dampening of spirits in the theatre. "I thought It was said Rufus Jones, 10, a black boy from Washington. "I loved said Lisa Hill, 10-year-old white girl from the suburbs. xmr the money back into The "xcrcist, film adaption ot the Klliam Blatly nvvel and Tune 29 the Liza Minnelli block- iiister Cabaret comes to town. ON" LOCATION: Here m the loulh the Pacific Rim Films production of Out written by Bill Fruet, who clicked with oin' Down the Road. Fruet las just completed Wedding n White on which he was both writer and director and star- ring the _ superb actor Donald Both films are due or release in October. Now will someone answer the ques- ion: Is this the same Bill who played Danny ?laygocrs" production of Niglil Must Fall a decade or so ago? In the Ring the Royal Lipizzan Stallions of Austria at the Exhibition Pavilion, June and 30; On Stage. The Polynesian Pearls, after a tour of the district, in town June 29 at the LDS Stake House; On Ihe Dance Floor Marl Kenney and His Western Gen- tleman with the oldies and goodies for the big LCI Re- union July 3. SO WHAT'S OLD: Leopold Sto- kowskl (90) conducting the London Symphony to rave re- views George Cukor (V2) directing Travels With My Aunt for MGM in Spain Rudy Vallee turning down a three-week stint at London's Playboy Club because the job would have paid peanuts (report edly a Good luck to the Ann e Camp bell Stagers as they leave on their tour of England, Wales and Europe with special goa wishes to George Stein who worked so hard on their behalf and a sad goodbye to Charles and Claire Scott, stal warts during their all too hrie stay in, this city of Playgoers and Lethbridge Musical The- atre. They're one baby and many friends the richer as the; head for Edmonton. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "French Connection" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday Short Subjects "Living Free" Last Complete Show Saturday Matinee Short Subjects "Living Free" One Complete Show Short Subjects "Welcome Home Soldier Boys" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Puppet on a Chain" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Friday and Satnrrtay "The Gang Who Couldn't Shoot Straight" "Heaveu With a Gun" One Complete Show THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in the LOUNGE Songs by "RIA" in Ihe CABARET "THE TREE" from CAtGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE FRIDAY All LADIES ADMITTED FREE BLATRMORE (CNP Bureau) St. Joseph Ihe Worker Ccun- il, Knights of Columbus, elect- d new officers recently. Tlw slate, to be installed In he fall, Includes grand knight, Crnie Fantin; past grand might, Eric Price; deputy grand knight, Milan Balog; Ji- lanclal secretary, John Al- rizatti; treasurer. John Sikora; recorder, Les Owen; warden, Jim Hobson; chancellor, Je- rome Rejman; advocate, Vern 3ecoux; lecturer, Fern Paquet- e; inner guard, Charlie Amatto; outside guard, E. He- Jenas and trustees Michael n, ArcMe Hobson and Fran- cis Catonio. Friday, Juno 23, 1972 THE IETH8RIDGE HERALD 9 Ernie Fantiii heads KC A social evening was held to mark the council's 10th anni- versary. Guests at the meeting Rev. Rev. Mike Storey and Walter Krewski. Plans were made for the parish pic- nic to be held next month. Test bone tone MADISON, Wis. (AP) tones of your bones may mean the last of your cast. Two or- thopedic surgeons at the Uni- versity of Wisconsin are using sound waves to test bone strength ar.d lessen the tuns some patients will spend In casts. Passport Photos Condid Wtddlngi Picture framing Photo Supptitt A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phom 326-0111 710 3rd 3. Home 328-OJJ2 MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM THE Presenti BONNIE JEFFERY TRIO from Winnipeg THURS. SAT. CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms 4 k Friday L Saturday "ANYTHING GOES" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS STARTS SATURDAY at and p.m. Danny, Shooter, FatbackandtheKid are carrying a deadly disease. War. RESTRICTED ADULT SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT p.m. 20lh Cenlury-Fox Presenis A MARVIN SCHWARTZ PRODUCTION WaCOME HOME, SOLDER BOYS JOE DON BAKER ALAN VINT PAUL KOSLO ELLIOTT STREET RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. "A KNOCKOUT POLICE THRILLER" COUK BY DELUXE' ELSATHE LIONESS WAS BORN FREE... NOW HER CUBS ARE LIVING SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY ONE SHOW AT P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT lUNlbHf at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE TONIGHT and SAl. at and p.m. Will keep you hanging on the edge of your seat I AIJSTAIR fi-f Pftfti PUPPET ON A CHAIN Tbcfdbrto idjrafeMrt disorganized Crime. HMEOANG1HAT COWLDNIfHOOT ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES METOOCOLOA MOM HIT NO. 2: "HEAVEN WITH A GUN" TONIGHT and SAT. GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPIETB SHOW AT 10 P.M. ;