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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March t, 1t74 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD S Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: DONOVAN'S REEF ONE COMPLETE SHOW Saturday afternoon Matinee PARAMOUNT Short Subjects: WAY WE WERE LAST COMPLETE SHOW ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: TO KILL A CLOWN LAST COMPLETE SHOW RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects LAUGHING POLICEMAN LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9'00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN HIRES ROOT BEER RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The Lethbridge Herald or Chinook Beverages Ltd. CHEC FRIDAY 3-00 Jack Neufeld 5-00 News 7-00 Paul Tessier Roy Rennik FRIDAY NIOHT Probe 1220 5-25 Sports Market Place 5-50 Local News 6.00 World At Six Jim Parsons Show John Charles 12-30 Kevin McKenna Show SATURDAY. Buryl Clarke John Oliver 12.30 News Paul Tessier Roy Rennick CJOC SATURDAY News Jack Thys 7-30 News. Wthr, Sports Gord Whitehead News John Charles Soccer Results Sports News CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY a m. Don McMaster p m Concie's Carousel p.m. Don McMaster p.m. Del King 10-00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off on Monday Tuesday thru Friday Del King SATURDAY Don MacMaster p.m. Del King 3-00-6-00 p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores Del King 12.00 Concie's Carousel (All Night) SUNDAY a.m a m Concerts, Overtures and Encores p.m. Del King p.m. Cast Haus Hour (German Program) p.m. Del King Concerts, Overtures and Encores 12.00 Midnight Sign Off CBR FRIDAY NIGHT 6-00 World at Six As it Happens 8.03 Between Ourselves 9.00 Music West News, Sport, Wthr. 10-15 Five nights a Week 10-30 My Word 11-00 News 11.03 Major Progression SATURDAY Sounds Like Saturday 8-00 News 8-45 Notice Board 9-00 News Sounds Like Saturday Family Favorites 10.03 The Country in the Morning (Pt. 1) 10-59 Time Signal Our Native Land Native Voice of Alberta Men from the Ministry Metropolitan Opera Demand Side Win Look under Hires1" caps for free cameras or free Kodak Hawkeye Instamatic camera kits, with CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cableviwon Ch. 6) FRIDAY Hollywood Squares CJOC News Chase Mannix All In The Family M.A.S.H. Tommy Hunter Flip Wilson News P.M. Briar Report Movie: The Night They Raided Minsky's Movie: A Time for Love SATURDAY Tales of the Riverbank Uncle Bobby Jeannie Flintstones Yogi's Gang Goober and the Ghost Chasers Canadian Curling Championships Sportsweek Wrestling Spiderman Safety Roundup Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (CaMevieion Ch. 4) FRIDAY Mod Squad 5-30 Doctor In the House News 6.30 Sanford and Son 7.-00 Movie: Faraday and Co. On the Buses Sammy 10-00 FBI. News News Double Bill 1. Mystery of Drood 2. Man Made Monster SATURDAY 825 Thought for Day University of the Air Family Affair 9.30 Dastardly and Mirffley Buckshot Waterville Gang Puppet People Fantasttca 12.OO YOU Reany Can 12.30 World Figure Skating Final Munich Outdoor Sportsman Roller Derby Animal World 430 Wide World of Sports 5 30 Lei Them Uve KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (CaMevieion Ch. 9) FRIDAY 5-00 Hee Haw neatDy Raquei News Special Mannix News 930 TotrtgW SATURDAY S'OO OGF 6'00 Soooby Doo 7'00 My Favorite Maflian 730 Jeannie S'OO Speed Buggy S30 Jtoste and Pussycats 9-00 Pebbles A 8am Bam Fat Albert 10.OO Hair Bear Bunch 10.30 Sabrina 11.OO React) Out Pink Partner 12-00 Incft High 12.30 Atttems Family Emergency Plus 4 1-30 Csssldy Star Trek Jetsons Lssste 3-30 News 400 Apple'sWay 5OO Lawrence Weft 6OO Movte: ITs A Mad. Mad. Mad. World KFBB Great Fatb Channel 5 (CaMevieion Ch. 11) FRIDAY S.'OO News S 30 Truth or Consequences 6OO Brady Buncti 630 Minion Odflar Man 7-30 Odd Couple SOO Toma 900 News 930 Movie The Abominable Or Pbtbes SATURDAY 435 News 5-00 Bags Bunny Yogrs 6-00 Super Fnentfs 7.OO Lassie's Rescue Rangers 7 JO Goober and the Ghost Chasers 8-00 Brady Kids S-30 Mission: Magic 9-00 ABC Movie 10OO American Bandstand 11OO Greatest Sports Legends 1130 Golf Dorai Open 1OO Pro Bowlers Tour 2 JO Wide World Of Sports 4OO SOO Sormy and Oher TV highlights FRIDAY CBS SPECIAL REPORT: Shanghai, 7 p.m., Co. 9. Urban problems like crime and housing in a rare documentary tour through the largest city in the People's Republic of China. MOVIE THRILLER: The Abonlmable Dr. Phibes, p.m., Ch. 11. Vincent Price stars in this horror about a mad doctor's bizarre plan of vengeance. SPECIAL REPORT: Curling, p.m., Ch. 7. Highlights of the Canadian Curling Championships at London, Ont. MOVIE THRILLER: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Claude Rains and Heather Angel star in this horror story of a maniacal choirmaster who commits a murder for the love of a damsel. MOVIE: The Night They Raided Minsky's, a.m., Ch. 7. A tribute to the burlesque theatres of the Roaring 20s. MOVIE MYSTERY: Mystery of the White Room, a.m. Ch. 13. Bruce Cabot and Helen Mack star as suspects in an operating-room stabbing. SATURDAY SPECIAL: Dorai Eastern Open, a.m., Ch. 11. Doral- Eastern Open in third-round play. SPECIAL: Curling Championship, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The winners of today will represent Canada in the World Curling Championships. SPECIAL: World Figure Skating Championships, p.m., Ch. 13. The women's finals from Munich, West Germany. The Allied Arts Council presents ANNA WYMAN DANCE THEATRE 'Something new and interesting and very vital in dance' THURSDAY, MARCH 14th 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LETHBRIDGE Tickits NW on sail it Uislrs Adults AND GETTING All It Takes Is A Little Confidence A little confidence can do wonders for your popularity on or off the .dance floor. You'll be pleasantly surprised how your con- fidence will improve as your dancing improves in just a few fun-filled lessons at the Monte Cnsto Dance Academy MONTE CRISTO DANCE ACADEMY presents A Vary Special 10 LESSONS Only 2 Days left 329-0955 Available to New Mon.-Fri. 1-10 p.m. Sat 1-5 p.m. HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Presents Nightly for your listening pleasure RON ROWE IN THE TAVERN "WESKUCHERAN" THUBS, FBI., SAT. I AN INNS CANADA HOTEL 4th AW. and nt. SL s. watch far. aH FILM NIGHT COMiNG SOON SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PETE "N" TILLIE" in color. Starring Walter Matthau and Carol Burnett. Friday, March 8 shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILD- REN. Saturday Matinee "CHUKA" in color. Starring Rod Taylor and Ernest Borgnine. Show at p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre -BATTLE FOR PLANET OF THE APES" in color. Starring Roddy McDowell. Friday, March 8 show at p.m. FAMILY SATURDAY MATINEE show at 2--00 p.m. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BATTLE FOR PLANET OF THE APES" in color. Starring Roddy McDowell and Natalie Trundy. Saturday and Sunday. March 9 and 10. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LIVE AND LET UVE" in color. Starring Roger Moore as James Bond. Friday, March 8 shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. SATURDAY MATINEE "MUNSTER GO HOME" in Technicolor. Show at p.m. Theatre "GODSPELL" in cotor. Starring Victor Garber and Davkl HasfceN. Saturday, March 8 show at 7.-00 and 9.00 p.m. Saturday Matinee at p.m. Joan Waterfield Joan picks year's 'ten best' films In the train of the Academy nominations comes a clutch of critics with their own "ten best." It is not surprising that certain films should be common to all lists; what does surprise are the "mavericks" that reflect the very personal reactions of critics who view, probably, at least one movie per day. So, for what it's worth, here's my top ten. All were seen in a pretty normal pattern of movie-going, all were viewed not in the sterile climes of a screening room but in the local movie houses. With audiences at times restless, sometimes rapt. And that, to my mind, is the only way to see a movie. This "ten best" comes from the local screen, so the viewing year is a trifle out of joint with that conditioning any other list. Here they are then: (in order of O Lucky Man; Cries and Whispers; American Graffiti; The Emigrants; A Touch of Class; Bang the Drum Slowly; Paper Moon; Wedding in White; The Paper Chase; The Way We Were Save the Tiger. This list is as questionable as any, other. But all reached for the human experience and in the case of the top two particularly refused passivity in the audience, demanded instead that the viewer work. But a good lot for the year that leaves one still addicted and hungry for more include: Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams; Serpico; The Sting; State of Siege; Day for Night; The New Land; Mean Streets; Sleeper; Badlands; Love; Last Tango in Paris. And any of the American Film Theatre offerings. And any Canadian movie, good bad or indifferent can wait for The Excorcist, but I'll be seeing you at the movies. Dance has never had the hospitable reception it deserves in Canada. But there is real hope in the fact that the Anna Wyman Dance Theatre received a Canada Council grant in 1973 to allow the work of Anna Wyman to be entered in the International Young Choreographers' Competition in Cologne. Her work titled Here at the Eye of the Hurricane was chosen out of 20 entries from 11 countries as one of the three most outstanding paramount Next Attraction Nominated for 10 Academy Awards NEWMAN JRQBBRT ABIUTOBD ADULT A GEORGE RCYHU HIM THE ELRANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -PRESENTS- me AZTEC LOUNGE Songs and Piano Stylings by 'Jesse Jones' In WRWtvVVeai I Thursday, Friday and Saturday Kinlock' entries, and received a standing ovation when it was presented in public performance at the Cologne Opera House. a forthright unpretentious charm" a tightly knit, technically impressive company with a distinctive style" they came, they danced, they con- quered." These are some of the critical kusos. You can add your own when The Anna Wyman Dance Theatre, brought to the city by the Allied Arts Council, appears at the Yates this Thursday. CBC is holding an Alberta Festival of the performing arts and it is good to see that Lethbridge has not been neglected. Featured here Tuesday will be baritone Bernard Turgeon, accompanied by Ernesto LeJano. There is no charge for admission, a blessing when the demand on the entertainment dollar this month is considered. Tickets are obtainable at Leisters or the Bowman Arts Centre and a capacity audience might encourage CBC to offer at least two festival performances next year. For those diffident about entering community drama, an opportunity to appreciate that acting is not all in the Playgoers workshop this evening at the Bowman. Subject is set design and construction and will relate to the spring production of Breath of Spring and to the proposed fall production of The Crucible. Instructors are Cathy Evins whose set for Madwoman of Chaillot is remembered, and Ed Bayly who created the equally memorable set for The Hostage. Notes Rave reaction from locals who have viewed -Theatre Calgary's Play It Again Sam tonight and tomorrow, at the Yates, the Harlequin Players production The Fantasticks The Banff School scholarship deadline has been extended to March 31 The Irish Society's St. Patrick's concert upcoming on March 17 and a dance clinic for teachers and recreation leaders at the U of L, March 16, well-timed, following as it does the Anna Wyman Dance Theatre performance. HEALTH EXPENDITURES Expenditures by Canada's provincial governments on health and welfare during 1971-72 amounted to billion. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Con- tact Bowman Arts Centre, Weekdays 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Telephone CURRENT EVENTS Tonight and Saturday LCC Musical, Fantasticks, Yates Centre, 8 p.m. Tonight and Saturday Drama: The Dreamy Kid and The Farm, U of L Drama Studio, p.m. March 8-10 Concerts: Anne Campbell Singers, Three Hills, Consort and Coronation. March 10 Film Festival: Yates Centre, 2 and 7 p.m. March 12 CBC Concert: Bernard Turgeon, baritone, Yates Centre, p.m. March 14 Anna Weyman Dancers, Yates Centre, 8 p.m. COMING EVENTS March 17 St. Patrick's Day Concert, Yates Centre. March 18 Overture Concert, Yates Centre. March 20-23 LCI Musical, Kiss Me Kate, Yates Centre. CONTINUING EVENTS Sir Alexander Gait Museum, Monday-Friday, p.m.; Sunday 2-5 p.m. SAENGERFEST AT THE GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB SATURDAY, March 9 8 p.m. Music by "The Sunset 4" MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY LOYAL ORDER of MOOSE SOCIAL and DANCE Sat, Mar. 9 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL Music By: "SWING KINGS" MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS CHILDREN'S SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE paramount ON THE SCREEN -JOHN item muni 5 acHliMM PLUS CARTOONS DOORS OPEN ONE SHOW AT P.M. ALL SEATS THIS SHOW THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Vimy MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY ADULT Nominated for 6 Academy Awards J paramount TONITEandSAT. at p.m. SHOWING SUNDAY et p.m. e CLO he turned a man into a fool, and a game into a nightmare RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema TOHITE ind SAT. p.m. Adult, Not Suitable for Children NOWSHOWINe at p.m. ThB Lauflhin policeman When wW strike again? STARRING WALTER MATTHAU BRUCE DERN ;